30 Burst results for "BIC"

State of Texas Under Winter Storm Warning

Raul Campos

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

State of Texas Under Winter Storm Warning

"Of Texas is under a winter storm warning. Texas Tech Public media's Casey Ellingson reports, temperatures are nearing historic lows. Le Bic is seeing its coldest temperatures and decades with highs in the single digits and windshield values as low as negative 14. The coldest temperature ever recorded in the area was negative. 17 1933. The winter storm moved into the area overnight with loving and the surrounding areas anticipating 3 to 5 inches of snow and heavy winds throughout the day. The National Weather Service issued multiple weather warnings for the region and is asking residents to avoid outdoor activities as much as possible. Hazardous conditions are expected to last through Monday afternoon. I'm Casey Ellingson in Le Bic,

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Chicago White Sox clinch winning season, plus current playoff field

GSMC Baseball Podcast

03:13 min | 6 months ago

Chicago White Sox clinch winning season, plus current playoff field

"Turn your head because I certainly did over the past couple of days maybe I got washed up at a bit of college football, the NFL return and but I didn't realize the Chicago White Sox. We're now in first place in the American league central after going eight and two in their last ten games they are. Let's see a game up on the Minnesota twins who have figured things out and are now in second place in that. Leaves the Cleveland Indians losers of six straight all the way down to third place at twenty and twenty one and four and a half games out. So so the Indians have gone from first place in the division arguably the team to beat in the American League two. Now, a wildcard team outside of the top two in the division and four and a half games out just that quickly I mean, don't you know six in a row and when the white sox are winning four that's at least. Four Games in the last four days and with a deficit of four and a half, it's gone from a half a game to four and a half year. By the time Friday rolled around you have the Detroit Tigers at twenty and twenty six, and then the Kansas City royals at twenty and twenty eight. Neither of them are atrocious baseball teams, which honestly is a bit better than I had anticipated for both of them but neither of them are going to be infecting the playoff picture with their presence. Where do we go here? The Chicago White SOx thirty and sixteen winners of four, straight eight and two in their last ten they swept the Tigers this past weekend. Let's take a look at their scheduled down the stretch here. See who they have coming up. They have four with the Minnesota twins who I just spoke about being a game back. So this'll be a fantastic series between the white. SOX and the twins it'll be in Minnesota Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday some fantastic pitching matchups in those. Then they travel to Cincinnati to Cleveland and retell her for return home ver-. CHICAGO. So the white sox tough schedule down the stretch with clubs over five hundred and then the reds mixed in there. So we'll see if they can continue to play quality baseball they continue to be led by Jose Abreu. He's crushing the Baseball fifteen home runs. Forty eight RB is Tim Anderson is currently your Major League leader. In batting average, he'd be your batting champion at three, sixty two. If he qualifies in Thirty six games, one, hundred, fifty, two are bats I think he has just qualified fine when it comes to that statistic on the pitching side of things Lucas g Alito. Continues to pitch well, Dallas Kaikal not a lot of people talking about it but six in two two, one, nine era talk about a successful year Then you got mad foster coming out of the bullpen with a one three, one era so Chicago a well rounded team they were my surprise bic in the American league at least they got the memo because. My Cincinnati reds on the other side will get to them but they still haven't figured things out sell but hey, one or two in regards to surprise picks. So the summer I'll take that absolutely. Did I think they'd be a first place team I didn't think the white sox will be a first place team but I certainly thought they were good enough to. Make the wild card and make the playoffs. Now we're talking standard one, sixty, two, five teams but yeah, certainly a pleasant surprise on the south side of the windy city.

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"bic" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

06:26 min | 6 months ago

"bic" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Quality podcasts as I can't seem to squeeze it enough audio absorption time. Thanks for the killer content. Hey everybody you could find bruce on twitter at Bwi Rossa at Bwi R. Essay. Thank you for the shout Bruce. No, we aren't slowing down why? Because we have another great conversation for everyone this week about custom and specialty assistance in fact, AG voice qualifies for especially in category. So maybe we need to get you bruce back on the podcast at some point. But today we're talking about fire Fox voice. You know the Firefox Browser for Mozilla, did you know they quietly rolled out a voice assistant feature? January well, you do now but don't go looking for it. We'll discuss the reason for that with today's guests in picking. Came to my attention because of a lengthy blog post, he wrote August about what he learned by building voice assistant over the previous year was really interesting was a comprehensive list and one thing I really liked about it was that he was coming up voice for a fresh perspective. He hadn't built Ivy air systems for decades. He didn't have five lexuses published. You didn't have a custom assistant for healthcare. He dove into Missoula experimental project as he had with other technologies and not only on Fox voice. Did he learn a lot but he's able to catalogue really broad scope of observations relating to technology user experience applications and context as this new. Interface, and some of those observations are things that maybe you've heard before maybe you agree with but they're some that I think are a little bit different than we normally hear and the day-to-day conversation about voice. So Ian I talk about all these topics in warp. We also discussed what Zilla is doing around voice and its recent actions on that front. There's a little debate between us about one I multiple assistance some things we agree on some we don't, but it was all good stuff open ended discussion from someone at build a assistant in recently walked away. It's all fresh perspective that I thought would really be fun to bring to the table. Spent ten years of Zella, a software developer engineering manager, and Research Engineer. Before that, he spent several years as senior programmer at open planning project here in degrees in computer science and mathematics at College. Next up takeaways from a year building a specialty voice assistant let's get started. Ian Bickering. Welcome to the voice by PODCAST I. So. Thanks so much for taking some time to talk today was great that I actually you were referred originally to me by someone on twitter because you written this blog post about your experience at Fire Fox, voice and all the things you. You'd learn sort of being in the voice industry and I liked it for a couple of reasons. First of all was comprehensive So you have lots of comments about what you've learned over the last year or so working voice fire, Fox? Implementing the browser. And the other thing that I liked about it was you you had the fresh perspective. Because I do find, there's a lot of people who've been in the industry for few years and they sort of. Explain away the little knits associated with the industry because it just like Oh that's understood I don't need talk about that and you pretty much laid it all on the line and say, Hey, this is wrong. This is ray this challenging this. And so I I really like that. So I thought it was a really thoughtful exercise but then I I was you gave it some more consideration and as thought how great of an opportunity for people to look a little bit more about this process. The Fire Fox went through with voice and bring it to the browser and then Moselle more broadly. Obviously saying, this is something important. You know the voice base has done some work there. So I thought we could talk about that today. All, right. Well, why don't we start in with a little bit on your background? So you worked at Fire Fox for a number of years your your software engineer by training. Once you talk a little bit about how you came to to work at Moselle. Some of the work that you've done that you did there and some of the work you've done your your technical background. Yet. So I'm I kind of came in as an open source developer very active. On an open source, which is how I got involved with Mozilla. Well. have been there for ten years now until recently started out in muzzle labs worked on A variety of things but cleberation tools kind of real time collaboration my favorite. Favorite thing that came out of that that time Mazzola was closed down I I wandered in the wilderness and muzzle for Awhile and working at. The test pilot program for. For a while as well, which was making experimental Futures Fire Fox. To. Try things out and get in front of people and see how people react That was also closed down and then I joined emerging technologies in the voice program specifically on the consumer. Voice Products Team. And that that team is focused around making use of these technologies that there were also happening at at Mozilla. As as products right figure out ways, put them in front of users and and get something out of them. And what time frame was that that you started on the voice team. About a year year and a month ago I suppose. Okay. So just over a year ago, what appeal to you about voice you'd work obviously in a bunch of different technologies but hadn't worked specifically in this space. Yeah and I really enjoy thinking about interfaces Thinking about new ways for for people to interact with computers and with each other I, guess. Douglas. Engelbert. Engelbert Pan That that kind of you know tools of pot idea and voice is. A new area There's kind of. A an ongoing challenge has always been like if you WanNa make something. Some new way of using a computer how how can you actually get like use it? How can this actually change things? And there's more than one way to think about a big one is..

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Speed-Round Sunday: The Fidget Spinners of Our Day

Parenting Roundabout

05:55 min | 6 months ago

Speed-Round Sunday: The Fidget Spinners of Our Day

"Of course since I have twelve year old I have a fidget spinner in my life right now have. Will more than one because. We found one in the store which immediately had to buy the one that we ordered online has not yet arrived so. If that's GONNA show up. So it got us all thinking though this this crazy about what was the fidget spinner in our day when you were. And you needed to. Entertain Yourself. During School? What did you do Terry? Should, say I'm playing with the pen right now. doodling. Just spinning it around in my hand wondering how far I can push down the top for it makes noise. Yup I always used to I. One of my Go-to fidgets was like you know the old those clear bic pens with a little blue piece in the end. In you would then. Claw the claw the blue peace out the back and put it back in and out, and then you would play with the little blue piece and. It's possible I might have chewed on the little piece and. Put it back in, and then once he pulled it out, then it's it's got that it's kind of up on the edges and play with it and a whole bunch of different ways that was big deal in office also then going ahead and taking the entire big pan apart and you know playing with little to. I. Wonder How many? How many of those pens actually get written with? Just there are they just a little kid to take apart and put back together. PAPERCLIPS are good for that test. I've I fidget with paperclips when I was. In school, you would fidget with the spiral. Out Pushing it back in until it got to the point of no return. You know there was always doodling but also like a race when you get like a colored spiral notebook and then you race designs into the camera. That was a fidget thing young and. You, eat A. we've discussed on this this podcast before that y'all are sadly ignorant of what a peachy folder is but she has offered huge opportunities to color in things. So and to make dialogue picture era pictures and they had young people doing wholesome things and you could make them say things that were not property. Read. The rich tapestry for fidgeting is saying people do Olsen being. Football. Commentary yes. Yes, Lord. Coloring skills this is this is. How Children of my era? Themselves kids back before there were computers and smartphones and fidget spinners. We blew designs on peachy voters. Around the Campfire Kidd? Virgin? Give any other ones Nicole that you remember doing? Yeah. I would pick off the paint yellow paint on. Be a new to pencil. The, first or were you able to just scratch it off with fingernail? I could scratch off my fingernail head start down where the lead one. But the not and get a splinter. Hr Chevrolet take apart the eraser eraser out and push back in no on that but I did take my big pink erased hard i. don't even remember the name of it. Now I remember those per name. The per. And I dig holes yes. With my pen. Oh. Yes. Or Harvard with your scissors indeed. Yes that sounds. So word mentally I think the one of the best was the. Peeling the glue off the. The. Yes Yup. Yes they're. Eyeing it. If we really wanted to be rebellious in like risk big-time. Precautions we would. Car The inside of our. Home. And then once it's carved, then you right in it with Ingram Pencil People can us if you've gotTA listen? Kits they carved actually on top of their kids. Yes. That's why that was brave. And then lots of dry. Did you ever do that one kilroy was Yeah Redo Lots of drawing vast flowers, iced draw flowers. Of various sorts. I think and I liked plumbing writing writing. Oh bubble writing an notes to your classmates to right? Yeah Eight. And doodling instead of together and then hoping nobody ever asks. Throughout the entire.

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Designing Alexa Skills in Canada with Ben Fisher of MagicCo

Alexa in Canada

09:07 min | 1 year ago

Designing Alexa Skills in Canada with Ben Fisher of MagicCo

"You know. I'm I'm Ben Fisher and I I'm a CTO A lot of startups here in New York work. That's the attitude here in New York The technical capacity and Also did kind of the start up. Send building products but Started Magic Oh As a place for a lot of the Disaffected advertising community and technical people to To gather to do cool stuff for brands And we kind of have focused in the last four years on voice You know and it's really amazing to see you know the community and how things are how things are developing in the global nature of these devices and stuff like that. So Yeah that's that's kind of who I am. I we. You know the company's in Dumbo you know has some distributed people and I live in Dumbo as well And we're glad to be talking to you so amazing and so the the company said you've been doing voice for about four years. Is that how old the company is or the company date back prior to that now? It's the company's always four years old. It's interesting 'cause there's you know. Even two thousand sixteen early two thousand seventeen. There was interest even in Canada. You know around Alexa Google Tons of tons of interest But no one ever did anything and no one really every clunk all we had was just kind of an informative call. No-one no-one took the action. You know it was pretty bad back then but People were interested in in. You know some people who are leading edge you know some companies like Obama and stuff like that. I mean they. They were prepared to do something. It's interesting how it's become a part of our lives now Where it goes from interest actually doing something right right. And so when did you? When did you think you saw that shift when when people in Canada were started? We're becoming more when that happened from being interested to talking action. How long ago do you think that was roughly well in the? Us and people get stuff did stuff in two thousand seventeen in the US. We we started getting. Us You know serious. Reuse projects around that time ended up two thousand seventeen than two dozen eighteen. It really started picking up. And that's when we started developing a real business around this in Canada for US. At least it was really late. Two thousand eighteen that people started signing onto signing onto projects and and all over the place. So what I don't WanNa say signing on but You know th they were they were considering purchasing right. And maybe that took a little longer but That's really when we started seeing at least. Yeah that that doesn't doesn't totally surprise me because just just given the history of the fact that like Alexa and the voice technology big companies have really been in the states for about two years or so longer than Canada than that. That seems to make sense so Yeah no that's great. And so you've had a lot of experience now in terms of developing these voice applications our actions or skills. Whatever you WANNA call them depending on the platform. Can you give us just some examples of things that you've worked on? I in the states maybe just to Kinda give us an idea. The breath of the stuff. You worked on a number of talk more about some of the Canadian stuff. Oh yes sure I mean. Now we work on you know different Business models that we call them right. Some of them are running. Omni channel campaigns for brands whether using Alexa as a as a as a distribution mechanism Other companies are using it. As a you know something that's a little bit more of a product per se not really meant to be part of a campaign only and You know our client list ranges from hospital for Special Surgery Here in New York to Try Bond Yogurt to illy coffee to energy empowered companies like national grid the Air Force as a client. Now I mean there's a we work a lot of different industries. Energy Financial Services. Consumer product could healthcare. You know we have a pretty list of clients and that's one of the things we really liked here. We tell people that they like travelling like travelling and meeting different cultures because all these different organizations are very different right. I mean totally different. Some are more loose than bic. Pen Right is actually Client to you know. That's very different than like Chess S. So I mean you have to like learning about people's problems and what who their customer is and how to help them so Yeah we're pretty diverse. That's great that's great and and our and you said you're on the Omni channel Sir you're covering essentially all the major Companies or platforms. That are out there. Yep Yeah we cover You Know Samsung Alexa Google beyond that we also go into the into the TEX category What that means. Is You know chat. Bots that are connected to these voice assistance you know Kinda Kinda coexisting And we're on twelve different platforms. Something on the chat world Including China and put it we chat. So that's Kinda that's kind of an interesting because we started as a voice thing but a lot of people saw the connections there and we just kind of built that capability and have some cool technology. Additional stuff. Coming out actually. That's that's A piece of Chat Technology that that's kind of advanced. I can't really talk about it right now. But it's so so. All of our systems are becoming more integrated and and somebody really application from from just voiced other places. That's great that's great. Yeah yeah so I'm curious now. Let's let's let's talk a little bit more about Canada and I think this is a unique at this stage. Because they're they're not a lot of agencies that are really focusing on the Canadian market per se. Like like you guys are so maybe you can talk a little bit about. How did you break into the Canadian market with this and And then you know an example of something that you're doing in Canada with the skills and that sort of thing. I'd love to hear a little about that sure. So we find candidates to be a pretty robust market. I mean you know when you add up Google home. You add up the demographic makeup of Canada And the Alexa. You know who what's going on there. I mean the numbers are sure you know about this but the growth curve essentially at Canada right actually outpaces the US growth curve in terms of you know how fast Alexa Google home are being adopted. So there's a lot of Potential. There's a lot of installed devices also interesting. Is You know you have the Quebec market? That takes French. And you know everybody else's English or created English if that's I don't think I don't know if Canadian English is actually setting in terms of language but it's a set of determines location settings right But but yeah I mean It's pretty robust. The real kicker was you know working with Reebok on their global campaign when we were launching Canada and some of the some of the regulatory things around some of the more highly regulated industries wherein So I mentioned we're in financial services we're in healthcare. We're an energy and power. You know those are highly regulated industries. So when you're deploying a skill in the US for Canada there's there's actually legal differences that one has to be aware of and it's interesting because the most of this certification teams that Alexa and and google sort of Amazon and Google are also aware of those. And so you know. I was surprised that that I thought it was a little bit more closer. In terms of regulations specifically around sweepstakes right in the case of Reebok and and what kind of disclosures you have to give to that sweepstakes that's one case and there's a lot of other privacy at at and other considerations especially in banking And healthcare which are two areas that we are working on in Canada their version of HIP I think there's there's some there's some overlap with some language NAFTA but that recently changed to the US Mexico trade deal so there's a lot of regulatory considerations and highly regulated industries. And that was that was one thing that the big deal right. I mean because they won't let you deploy it could take months or something. So that's that's a blocker but feature wise you know there's some I think some features that aren't available in Canada that are available the US. But it's funny because all what we found out through data analytics and we're tracking. Who's we are giving people the option to be tracked to to to learn about who these people are so our clients can better serve them. They change where they're located right but people say they're in the US a lot of time. Ten to twelve percent of the of the Reebok. Sneaker dropped were where people actually in Canada who's who said there in the US. You know that kind of threw things off right so we had to do manual verification of of WHO? These people are aware that whether addresses actually were we were caught off guard by that and Yeah I don't I don't know exactly why I mean I guess you know. I guess it isn't a feature feed but like I can t I can speak to that but I know that there are a lot of that will really address to the to the United States just to get access to the in the US skills because we just don't have some of the actors in and some of the

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An in Depth Look at Gate.Io Cryptocurrency Exchange With CMO Marie Tatibouet

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:56 min | 1 year ago

An in Depth Look at Gate.Io Cryptocurrency Exchange With CMO Marie Tatibouet

"Nice to meet you traitor Cobb and I everybody gate is one of the oldest crypto currency exchanges. We've been around since two thousand thirteen and we will be hitting three million users by the end of this year so closet. Where's that we have clients from everywhere in the world but When we first started out we mostly Chinese exchange however Two years ago we expanded internationally translated lots of languages and we now have op a lot of international desserts while three million users that's That's the excitement going on two thousand thirteen. Of course that's like five decades space moves so quickly. What are you guys doing at the moment? That's what do you see onto bill that exchange. Let's make it more user. Friendly Bradley was off more products targets. What what are you guys doing to to connect the next three? Got It so when we first started out. We're really focused list of back in that day. It was mostly retail traders. Since then we've had a lot of institutional investors coming and more higher end traders. Come in when I I sorted out We really focus on providing a great user experience so for example we're able to Ten thousand transactions per second so you know so typically we only process a thousand Ten thousand banks will process or algorithm is thought powerful Were experience is seamless. We have two million on her up. So we really focused on having that seamless experience and then about a year and a half ago we started adding in all all of the new features like margin trading margin lending derivatives trading investment plans and. It's been proven really really popular with all of our users. The newest thing that we launched in that's been incredibly popular has been our hoddle Hold right eight and And earn and with this functionality. You're able to take your funds and either stadium so typically when you state coins you you have to run a special programme. But on our exchange you can just simply Input it with that functionality. And you get a return directly from that or you can walk your points for a set amount of time and you're able to earn up to thirty percent annual returns per year. So this is that what you're getting thirty four your module driving. We've got a lot of liquidity we've been around for a really long time plus yes and Besides from that we also have a very advanced. VIP system so you get like discounts on fees and stuff like that and so so that keeps all the liquidity providers interested To make sure that you know they support us for the two hundred plus cryptocurrencies owner owner. So I tried I love you. Get the mortgage. I can get the better as long to go with it. Leverage slippy dental. It's very very much so warlick's offering module trading on and what level of modulators orders right So for more than trading we offer two hundred so that's quite strong in on all of the margin trading it is unclear to we do not handle anything we just take a fee of but It actually means that if you do more lending You can earn up to to seventy three percent annual returns per year. That's not all the time. Jose depends obviously when there's a origin bitcoin people want to typically want to borrow USD t to To Buy Bitcoin and then they return it. And and did you can make a Lotta money actually from just doing margin lending. Wow that's pretty special. So what are you guys do in the way of helping other tribal base it looks obviously respected. Elected is Mike Walker's lost to US exclusively volatilities inside we educate people we teach them how to try. What are you guys doing to do so help it become educated on so on our one of our trading platforms for perpetual contracts? We actually have a task last night so I think really important because when you do a perpetual contracts your I mean it's it's very high risk right so oh you want to make sure that you know what you're doing so we really encourage anybody who's not like a professional professional trader to I. Try everything out. Yeah and you're able to you know type things out. We all come out with like educational videos and stuff like that and we're always looking to pair up with like influencers to To kind of show how you can use as the platform in general we've seen users find the platform easy to use And everything can be automated for placing orders and stuff like that so Yeah I think traders find the platform really great invited if I raised in order to stop close links to older as well as well. Well I I if I get triggered tried to stop and think sleeping. Yes ourself accountable. Important function for sure will realize how long Obviously you're doing something right. Where are you based out? All remaining speaking with a little bit is as we do. It's just interesting to see where the action set up the show. Whereabouts really sort of? I guess exchanged friendly out there. So we have offices in Korea and Canada in Malta in Singapore and in China and and we serve Are Three million users in over thirty countries around the world so Be Close for while to a a certain countries where we've reopened up because you know we've taken precautions when it comes to regulation So in general. We're taking if you look at southeast. Asia is one of our big biggest markets. I think in general this market street. We're always looking to do new partnerships and and explorer Newton's work in the states with another traded in the US to access do next. Is there a way around rather than because of too hot too hot books four. US Traders Margin trading is closed unfortunately But it as soon as regulation comes up we will definitely Be adding that feature. I know it's one of the most popular features it's wild to because in the the US trade revenues of anything really look shares bonds commodities. I let us leverage and a great deal of leverage. Why would we see this space to acids assist me? Anything different markets market. I just I understand whether to shut that down. Everything else has gone so melting Rainsy Saga Dick Yasu research on God. So what would you and exciting things coming up for so get the Myo is a centralized wise exchange but we are going to be launching or new blockchain at the end of this year. That will also be fuelling or decentralized exchange so one of the common misconceptions exceptions that we see in the industry is that people feel like centralized exchanges are trying to keep their funds and that can be further from the truth because any eh quality exchange would rather you keep your funds in your own wallet because actually it provides us with more risk in more liability so we always he's encouraged users to keep Funds Safe and so our blockchain the real innovation is that there's going to be standard wallet. Let so you know the typical wallet just like you see when you keep your bic. BTC You know any other cryptocurrency but we're also creating a vault account account revolt wallet and in this Wallet you're going to be able to revoke transactions transactions unless you sort of slow going but he's like cozy issues when people buy something and it's like how do we get around that. Okay okay so a very very great question We obviously recommend that when you trade a revolt account you trade to your standard account from the standard janitor count you will then trade with other people is we'll be written in the tax. Id Revoke -able transaction So people will know that this transaction can be revoked. Vote but why is this important of the Volta Count is important because you can keep your funds safe if hackers come in and steal your funds uh-huh or if you are a little forgetful and you forget your private key as long as you've signed up with a gate chain and put a password and stuff like that you're going to be able to revoke those transactions. You're going to be able to retrieve those so we are solving a huge industry problem. Well that's really exciting. I mean and everything else. We've spoken pretty cool. That's really really exciting to give us That safety that feeling of confidence around there are digital asset amateur. Able it really takes away. 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BIC cuts sales view as US lighter market fails to ignite

Weekdays featuring Bloomberg Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

BIC cuts sales view as US lighter market fails to ignite

"And what about to the French can be be I see medically cut their outlook for the year yes that's right so they are now seeing their sales to be about flat to like falling about two percent than previously seen a slight growth I'm sorry we have to keep in mind that this company they they make watches and pans and raises and basically in the world of millennials which smartphones and he's a great so like keeps this with beads inside they products really catering for that his mother well in a mall isn't

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WNBA Final Series Game 5

Around the Rim

10:03 min | 1 year ago

WNBA Final Series Game 5

"Fans we've got a great show for you a lot to talk about Lot to talk about including this amazing Wnba finals series that we're getting right ahead to a game five that's right I haven't heard day five between the Washington mystics in the Connecticut Spun will take place Thursday eight PM. ESPN two series has shifted back to Washington each team has one on each other's home court so that really has it been a factor we'll talk about that we're also going to talk about the drama in La a lot going on there so recent comments by the NBA Players Association I don't know if she CEO President one of those Michelle Roberts has sparked a lot of conversation we'll get into that and I'm yeah whatever else we've talked about well first of all DEB I just want to ask you because we covered allow last podcast you weren't here you didn't even get to number one address your Vegas team that you picked to win the championship and why they're not here you're in all the drama with Liz us you didn't even get to comment on that would you care. Is there anything you want to address from the semi finals the Erica shot like you just totally have been absent I really have let's see I for one I still oh dear dinner for her shot and keeping alive just long enough to make it past y'all teams you tell picked the beginning of the season so at the end of the day really taking her to dinner Garretta when you're in Chicago let me know I got you love the list trash talk that you know it's really exciting really being what would the weight room thing do for us you were on the other team like Oh yeah I it was a I think it was poor timing however I live for stuff like that so I've had I was thoroughly enjoying the comments because I am the Queen's trash talking so I enjoyed it I don't think it was the property the time that that fire DC up to be honest Yeah I I don't think it was the right time for it but I mean I like the trash talking I mean I I'm pretty sure didn't Natasha Clouds Day she guarantees the wind Thursday I'm here for all of his arms well let me just say this real quick like honestly not tweeted this yesterday this is just a little prayer by listening we're going to get into the hardcore seven-minute but this trash talkers the thing has started to get a little bit I tweeted this because I think I heard Jasmine Thomas in what was it Oh yes the game the presser after game four she was like you know people were thinking we're GonNa roll over like basically responding to a question about the get to the championship and I'm like who still saying stuff about Connecticut like I am all for the disrespect campaign because I think it's fueled their players is fire them up uh I'm just speaking of someone who would played on the other team like I'm a little bit over like Courtney Williams saying I get any shot I want to like if I'm your teammate I'm like dude food chill with that because the game three she actually didn't get every shot she wanted to you know what I mean like you gotTa be real careful about the trash-talk stuff because you said you can fire team up I think Connecticut completely fired up about things that people were saying July like please resurrected if that's we do but I don't think anyone has really questioned in being a championship contender in at least the last month and a half now the way they've done it yes I mean did I think La was win again yeah but I just don't know there's just so much I don't know about that now the role player comment that came out was definitely ember that was not in July and when you look at the national coverage if you will about who decidedly was supposed to win aw nobody picked Connecticut I know here espn all of our analysts who decided to make a prediction predicted that it would be Washington so I don't think the deal would that's that's very listen that's still very relevant that people pick Washington because we have a game by like that you have won anything yet you know what I'm saying like I don't know I don't think I picked La to make it. I Don I bic La to make it past Connecticut so but no but they didn't know that Ah I mean I think as a player as a as a player I think that you don't say that out loud you may say it on the court and you may talk to you you know like the teams but saying it you know in the media is always smart 'cause they just give you know like fuel to the other team I think you have to be smart with your trash talking but as a fan I'm enjoying it so much more exciting so I'm I'm here for it I just feel bad that jasmine had to arrest that at this point like they've already won two games in the finals or going to a game five she's still talking about people thinking that they were GonNa roll over like I seen that but I get what you're saying about the role players commentary go which okay that's fine but they've been doing a lot more out here than that it's brilliant it's entertaining I just get worried we're people start doing too much happened because I know what that does the other team you know what I mean like Liz campaigns now knows what that does to the other team like you just need to you need to stay humble because it was dying to Rasi they had to shut Courtney Williams down two years in a row because she got a little bit out of pocket and I love Corny I've covered her since her US days I think she is great for the game I'm loving all the coverage of her and her dad is like dream dad right like he is down he is like supporters aw I'm all here for this to be real careful in this league honey because people never forgets no and you're gonna hear about it later so they better back then yeah you sure will and with that let's talk about let's go into our first quarter so we can talk about something and I'm Connecticut WanNa forget this quarter An- that is game three they wanNA forget that because they latorre L- game three on on Sun a Sunday so just like a quick recap on that so that we can get into what was a phenomenal game for Connecticut Lost Ninety four eighty one on Sunday they look like a very different team I'm just the game before John Clo- Jones had a stellar performance thirty two and eighteen but Sunday came around the MVP returned for one. Washington didn't really look I thought she looked stiff personally didn't think that she moved very well but it Kinda didn't matter she still finished with thirteen points six board she's still played twenty six minutes and whether you've got her for ten percent or one hundred percent you still got a garter you still got to worry about her she's still going to impact Act anybody that is going to have to face her so with that Connecticut was looking at a losing home court or had lost court advantage heading in to gain four they were down in the series two one but last night was a tale of two teams they started the game out firing on cylinders I mean they put together quite a first half performance on they led by as much as eighteen points they were up fifty six to forty at the half and so four we go into the second half of of how that game turned out I'm right after the halftime I'm sorry right before Halftime me Williams actually stopped for a moment to chat with our Holly Rowe and she spoke a little bit about why her team was so energized etiquette game five Thursday Courtney Williams doing her best to make that happen holly according to your defensive commitment is completely different tonight why did you change what did I tell you gotTa Win I you know I was a little bit off last game all back against the wall can't take no plays off you already got more is confidence and guess what she has the game back it up 'cause she doesn't need a screen she don't need anybody step up and do anything for her she could go get shots what she wants them now I thought we were talking about three looks like we're talking about gay four now yeah we're not gonNA spend too much time on game three that's because one we are limited on our time on this podcast right now and number two because Connecticut Connecticut Fan so we're moving fast at eight Dave I'll let you start which you think I thought in game force initially I mean Connecticut had great energy and you clearly saw that this was a deciding game and they do that and that's how they came out and they came out ready and but I also felt like DC they didn't look like themselves in the first half they're known for moving the ball really well in and getting good shots making the right pass and it felt like in the first half they were playing hon of one on one and not moving like they do in making extra passes and it showed because they weren't getting shot and when you're playing a team Connecticut who's great in transition you have to be able to put the ball in the basket and slow them down so I felt like you know Connecticut was able to really do what they wanted to do in the first half but then being a vet- team DC came back out in the second half and just knew what they have to do in turn the tables and we're able to

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Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:20 min | 1 year ago

Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?

"In addressing inequality quality it seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who wants observed that there is is always a well known solution to every human problem needs plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances the seizure of land without compensating the owners. We should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country. It is here and it is here to stay. It is going to happen land. Land ownership has been a persistent issue in post-apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat this by lament is rare opportunity unity to redress on this past wrongs to allow the natives who have lost so much to reclaim the dignity. <MUSIC> BIC by kitching our land back no law shall. We be treated as life in our own land. Never Ramaphosa's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants and land and and that has has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords for obvious understandable reasons these these measures will go over well with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Obama poses his African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party not who nearly doubled the parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malima who might be charitably described as uncompromising uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land. You'll say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation yet yourself party or Lord Boorda's in Africa what is being proposed by President Obama poses panel is significantly less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution and the government may expropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this his clothes and or concocting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they is also a growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede. beat expropriation of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually the clinching argument in matters of politics. Although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation factor less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given see see policy will actually work and where expropriation nation of land is concerned. The are some discouraging precedents and if you WANNA the inroad of what you want to do today most infamously in the early years of the twenty th century Zimbabwe's then President Robert Mugabe ordered the seizure of white-owned farms and they're transferred to black ownership good have looked at what happened in Zimbabwe. Remember signor Robert Mugabe went down the same road was he also did in so doing was effectively <unk> demolish. Zimbabwe's agricultural infrastructure femme production plummeted by two thirds in less than a decade and Zimbabwe's economy collapsed alongside to the point where the country had to abandon its hyper inflation stricken currency in two thousand nine. Zimbabwe issued a one hundred trillion dollar banknote note which wouldn't buy a phosphate. They're actually doing the opposite non Zimbabwe. 'cause they realize the folly of their ways. South Africa is not Zimbabwe's and Cyril Ramaphosa Hosa is not Robert Mugabe but the <hes> some similarities many years after the end of white minority rule things remain extremely tough for many among long South Africa's black majority the unemployment rate in South Africa is a staggering scandalous twenty seven point six percent even higher among youth who. Who are increasingly drawn to the E. F F and South Africa is as Zimbabwe was an apparently attornal one party Democracy Ramaphosa a post has big problems and the means always tempting of making big gestures in response. If this Kevin was serious about restitution and redistribution we would speed up the hundreds of thousands of land claims that tremaine unprocessed in South Africa that is what it serious party would do if it was kid about land performer land redistribution the trouble is that property rights matter they are along with free and fair elections a free press judicial independence and the rule of law one of the crucial differences between functional society and a shambles property rights are also in this specific instance crucial to the foreign investment which South Africa urgently requires. Nobody is going to buy something if they're not sure they will be allowed to keep it and in fact we have said to those who are investing in no country that they shouldn't have no fear that the land property is going to be expropriated while the proposals of the presidential panel panel commendably constrained they will prompt concerns about these slipperiness of this particular slope they are of the ways to redress economic imbalance and historical injustice. The President Ramaphosa will be wearily aware that they are often more complex and long term than understandably impatient poor people would prefer he could of course set a personal example his own farm. The in Taba Neo near state in Malaga Province is reckoned at five thousand one hundred Hector's plenty to go around for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Moolah

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President Trump, President And Bill discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

01:15 min | 2 years ago

President Trump, President And Bill discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"Is in trouble. Democrats are pitching President Trump on big and bold infrastructure Bill. Washington Post top democrat leaders set aside of brewing showdown over presidential oversight Monday and pitch. President Trump on a big and bold infrastructure. Bill ahead of a White House meeting today saying their significant majorities on both sides to act Wall Street Journal house. Democrats Trump gear up for battle over subpoena. True. But also, Wall Street Journal Democrats pushed for expansive infrastructure package. They want to spend those dollars the president does too. I hope they spend it at the BIC level of government in America. There are three thousand three hundred counties roughly in America or perish. Louisiana give the money to counties, and let them spend the money. Don't let the crazy congressional critters or administrative agency spend the money doing infrastructure to do an infrastructure endowment of every county in America. Just give them all one hundred per capita, whatever thousand one hundred dollars per person, tell them that they can Bank it and use the interest one time infrastructure down at funding across the United States. An idea in my book The Fourth Way, it's one that we pushed and pursued an Orange County when was on a commission for seventeen years. They're establishing dumb and then do your programs. That's the way to do

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Social media, elections and fake news: India edition

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Social media, elections and fake news: India edition

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by portfolio books publisher of an economists walks into a brothel by Alison Schrager, a legal brothel isn't where you'd expect to find an economist. But Allison traeger isn't your typical communist in her new book Schrager interviews, some of the world's most interesting risk-takers from sex workers to big wave surfers to bring real world applications to risk assessment. After all wall streeters aren't the only ones taking risks every day and economists walks into a brothel is available wherever books are sold. Social media elections and bake news. The India edition from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for me. What? India holds national elections next week. And as we get ready to head to the polls, they're being targeted with false and misleading information. The platform of choice is what's up the messaging service owned by Facebook? That allows users to send encrypted messages to other individuals groups of people or forward messages they've received according to a survey by Microsoft, sixty four percent of all Indian say they've encountered fake news. So the role of what's app in the election is the subject of this week's quality assurance where we take a closer. Look at a story that's been in the news Kinjo Petiot ag- has been following this story for our partner at the BBC. She talked to us about how you BIC witness WhatsApp is in India v have out a friend of rinse groups on what Fabu have a colleague group on bought fab it few everything and also largely due share news and information if Bill and a lot of that does end up to be fake can communicate ample of an incidence of fake. News spreading over what's up. Give Feek news it on polishing what they've said how the left about things. And how the cried about things how they laughed about things. I'll give you an example, a recent examples you knew in India Pakistan tensions were high recently after the attack in Alabama. You know, one politicians pitcher was a writer in India. And it was shown that visiting the the last writer for soldier and over there. He's laughing, and you know, it was literally a doctor image. It was basically being spread to show that look this politician from this particular party was laughing about this. So this is really right or do you really think we should vote for him or the party? What does Facebook and what's up doing to try and stop the spread of fake news? Yes. So recently Facebook as actually pulled out a lot of political thing that either the these are the groups and accounts that are involved in inappropriate behavior. Now, it's not very clear what the mean by that. So they've blocked those accounts they have block. Accounts. And what tap has. Also started a helpline to verify fake news with lever in Indians or using WhatsApp can share pitchers we'd use of it what fab and ask whether vivere authentic. Yeah. And messages on what's app are encrypted which actually makes this harder for governments and the company to trace or crackdown on yet. Absolutely. But if all so the unique selling proposition for what's up for consumer. What if use of because you know, you those really want privacy to their conversations that people to their to their called and to kind of message that they exchanging if what type does agree to remove encryption that basically means that they are compromising on, you know, the the kind of privacy they are giving to it few. And then use those might not be happy with what? So this is. This is really going to be sticky point the gunman. Indian government has been pressurising what's up to to to make information more. Accessible to the gunmen to see who's Hussein what? And who's doing what on WhatsApp, but I don't think going to be that easy for what fab to agree to that. And for the for the government to get to do that. Because they've they will be both of them will be criticized. Do you think that the spread of fake news on what's app could actually influence the Indian election over cannot on that for sure, but we have already seen in the last year how the kind of information that is shared on what the have influence on people social behavior lynching of people on the streets of after the spread of rumors of child kidnapper have have led to people being killed? So that if that is a good indicator that information that is shared and shared widely on what fab can change people's behavior and people stinking Kinjo penny walk with the BBC that tip line. Cantrell mentioned. It might not be the real time feedback tool. It initially appeared to be BuzzFeed reported this week that it wasn't getting timely responses to the. Techs and links it submitted to test the hotline in response proto an Indian startup that's partnered with WhatsApp on the service clarified. It's actually a research project, it'll mostly gather data and won't be able to respond to every submission. It receives it shouldn't be relied upon to combat political. Rumors in the run-up to India's election. And now for some related links before India, there was Brazil, the Washington Post. Chronicle spread of fake news on what's app in Brazil's presidential elections. This fall, we've got linked to that coverage on our website and last month Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg came out with a long piece about the future of social media. He thinks it'll revolve around private interactions similar to what's up a digital living room to complement Facebook's digital public square. And if he's right he said, the switch to private communications will make it even harder for companies to spot and stop fake news. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN.

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What Can Earth's Deserts Teach Us About Martian Life?

BrainStuff

06:38 min | 2 years ago

What Can Earth's Deserts Teach Us About Martian Life?

"Hey brain stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery, Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here when it comes to searching for microbes on Mars, sending robotic Rover to the most arid environment on earth is a fine place to start as described in a study recently published in the journal frontiers in microbiology a team of researchers explored the extreme environment of Chile's Atacama desert. They wanted to develop strategies that future robotic explorers could use to seek out the hiding places of Marchin microbes in two thousand twenty both NASA and the European Space Agency will launch their first life hunting Rovers to the red planet. The Mars twenty twenty and Exo Mars Rover missions respectively. So mission managers will need to know where to look the other comma desert is about as extreme as it gets for life to eke out an existence not only is the region bone-dry. The core of the desert doesn't get any rainfall for decades at a time, but because of its elevation it also receives high levels of damaging all tra-, violet radiation. Plus, the soil is extremely salty these. Factors should make the Atacama desert toxic for life. But according to team leader Stephane pointing a professor at Yale and u s college in Singapore, some of the bacteria just below the surface quote survive right at the limit of bid ability, and this is very good news for the prospect of finding microbes on Mars pointing team deployed an autonomous Rover mounted drill and sampling device in the Atacama desert to see if it could extract soil samples containing microbes down to a depth of eighty centimeters. That's a little over two and a half feet as a comparison samples were also dug up by hand through DNA sequencing, the researchers found that the bacterial life in the samples from both methods were similar confirming that these hardy bacteria exist, and the autonomous extraction method was successful this test run Shore's up hope that if similarly hardy microbes also thrived just below the Martian surface, a robot could find them, however, finding microbial bio signatures on Mars could be very challenging for remotely operated. Mars rover. The researchers found that the subsurface. Population of bacteria were extremely patchy correlating with increased salt levels that restricted the availability of water appointing put it this way, the patchy nature of the colonization just the Rover would be faced with a needle in haystack scenario in the search for Martian bacteria. Previous studies have described the BIC witness population of relatively unremarkable photosynthetic bacteria. The populate the surface of the desert in Chile, these microorganisms that get their energy from sunlight things start to get a lot more interesting and indeed more alien just below the surface pointing said we saw that with increasing depth that the bacterial community became dominated by 'Bacterial that can thrive in extremely salty and alkaline soils. They in turn were replaced adepts down to eighty centimeters by a single specific group of bacteria that survive by metabolising methane. These specialized microbes have been found before in deep mineshafts and other subterranean environments, but they've never been seen beneath the surface of an arid desert pointing said the communities of bacteria that we discovered were remarkably lacking in complexity and this likely reflects the extreme stress under which they develop. Finding highly specialized microbes that can thrive in the extremely dry salty and alkaline Mars lake soils in the comma desert suggest methane utilizing bacteria could also thrive on the red planet. Elevated levels of methane have been observed on Mars by various spacecraft over the years most recently measures made by Nasr's curiosity Rover, and that's a big deal, unearth, biological and geological processes generate methane and intern microbes can metabolize methane for energy. The discovery of methane in the Martian atmosphere. Could mean there's some kind of active biology going on under ground to confirm this. We need microbe seeking missions that will drill below the surface. And now we have a strategy to track them down should microbial life on Mars. It would undoubtedly be the most significant scientific discovery in human history. But in the proud human tradition of naming new things, what would we call our newly discovered? Marsh neighbors, would we just copy the system of how we name life honor pointing said the way we assign Latin names too. S real bacteria is based on their evolutionary relationship tweets other. And we measure that using their genetic code the naming of Martian bacteria would require a completely new set of Latin names at the highest level if Martian bacteria were a completely separate nary lineage that is they evolved from a different common ancestor to earth bacteria in a second Genesis event. Granted if we find the genetic code of Mars life to be similar to earth life. It could be that life was transferred from earth to Mars in the ancient past via a massive impact a mechanism known as panspermia. But if we find a truly novel genetic code that emerged on Mars, the implications for understanding of life would be profound pointing said if we find truly native Marsh and bacteria, I would love to name one and call it. Planeta desert him superstars, which translates in Latin to survivor on the desert planet. Today's episode was written by Ian, O'Neill and produced by Tyler claim for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other hearty, topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. Hey brain stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery Minnie's Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"bic" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Now back to at the racist with Steve BIC on Sirius XM radio. We're back at the reasons. Trying to rabbi would form and who's probably probably actually how much media just say might be doing some media. But. It's not exactly it's not like the today show's calling. I don't think. Oh, okay. You got of course, he's going to be on. How could he how could he not know the match series the mid Atlantic? Thoroughbred championships back and the announcement dropping this morning and Alan form. And of course, presiding over it, and coordinating all the efforts of all the worst Mun groups that are involved in the five racetracks that will host big special match series days. Allen happy that you're back. Happy match comes back a second year in a row after it being reignited and some nice new wrinkles. Yeah. Good morning. Steve thanks for having me on very excited. As I said in the press release. It's it's a monstrous undertaking to get five tracks. Horsemen's organism Asians readers all to come together to try to put a series together the coordinates races, and you know, finding there and I level 's and getting the phone this money and coordinating with management to the marketing it, it's an enormous undertaking. But it's never ceases to amaze me, and I can't overstate enough..

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"bic" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Some of it, very, yeah. Very you look and sometimes you'd be our remember unlike to like, zippo lighters, and I used to collect zippo lighters. Then I started seeing these some of the WWF ones in some were licensed, but the big thing was the BIC lighters that they had done this thing. I remember bringing that Vinson's attention. There was BIC and cricket. So there were bootleg way out there BIC was selling WWF stuff. And then have Dale with. Oh, I don't know. Which one was I don't know if it was bicker. If it was cricket. But one of them was. And so slap in stone calls face on shit and silence. And nobody's getting paid. Yeah. Well, I don't know. That's what nobody knew. But I remember bringing up Vince Scott hot because he didn't want to have his stuff on lighters. Damn people smoke. What the hell? I don't wanna. I don't wanna be contributing to that. So that is kind of I don't know if that was the cat stew. But we found out why are we on like two different lighters. Then we found out that, you know, some of those weren't weren't licensed directly through us, and the sub licenses and it was crazy. I mean, it was a it was a crazy time. I'm sure it was crazy for your legal department to cease and desist city over there. Oh, God all over the place. And also we hid developed a a security department for the bootleg side of things, which is which was crazy. They used to have these sting operations that would rival the biggest drug kingpins in the world the way that they would swoop in in catch some of the counterfeiters at the arena's mad. They would they would have people positioned for four blocks all around the arena, and they would wait until these bootleggers would come. And when they would start setting their people up, they let them all get up the swoop in, and they get as much of their merchandises that can it was an international operation on the bootleg side. Let's talk a little bit about Steve Austin. You're boy ran would do an interview with Mike Mooney him from the Charleston post and courier and the subject to Steve Austin, and he would describe heaping vents Steve Austin is very very smart has characters very seldom outsmarted and outmaneuvered. And Tara say that's pretty much the way he is in life. He has been died fraud and laid the side, and I like people like that because he's paid dues. I believe in paying dues. I'll pay dues every day, my son, and my daughter who fourth generation, I make sure they pay more news than anybody else in the company ever did. So lots talk about here for him to reference. The fact that stone call seldom outsmart in real life either. Trouble in paradise here. No, I don't think. So just think it was way events kind of blurring that line. Adding reality and fantasy altogether. He's still going to keep you keep that facade of stone cold Steve Austin out there Austin, what would often say in his book that he could have been easier to deal with time sometimes creative come to him. And he would say this sucks, but he wouldn't say why don't we do this? Instead, it would just be this sucks that some of that starting ninety eight ordered it even predate that. You know from day one. I think Steve actually I'll go back to the very first meeting where we didn't come to an agreement where Steve side he didn't want to come to the WWF and went back to WCW. Steve would tell us it sucked and from day one with the ringmaster in some of the different things that we had done with him. Stephen always been outspoken the issue that I've always had with Steve. And or any other talent, it's great to say, it sucks, you being alternative right show show me better way to do it. And if there's a if your way is better ship man will do it. Who cares? But I think I was just east personality. And there was there were times when things were good that he would it was always really funny. He would get the scripts and walked by go. Yeah. I Fook doing any of this shit crumble up. Scraper throw throw it away tear it up and then storm into Vince is office, and he invents would work it out..

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Trump rallies for Cindy Hyde-Smith in Mississippi

Marketplace

03:49 min | 2 years ago

Trump rallies for Cindy Hyde-Smith in Mississippi

"To Lawrence county academy and later on send her daughter to Brookhaven academy which opened the same year as Lawrence county academy you right that at a certain point in Mississippi. The state even created a kind of school voucher program to help white parents send their kids to the schools of their choice. Given all that. Is it all that surprising where Hyde Smith went to school, isn't it actually pretty common for the region? Oh, yeah. It's very common and these all white private schools. They they still exist in a lot of them are still all white or nearly all white and some of them still even football angel seed mascots carrying confederate flags so it's common. And it's something that I knew about growing up. I knew the academy in my town in Columbia, and I knew the white parents in the town who sent their kids. There are a lot of them. I heard them say, you know, I send my kids there because I don't want them to go to school with black heads. So this this is a non thing here. But it just kinda goes a long way towards explaining this culture of white supremacy in which people like Cindy, Hyde Smith up where it's so your BIC witness that a phrase like her public hanging statement could insurance her lexicon. What has been the response to your piece? I mean, do you get the sense that this is controversial among the traditionally Republican voters that Mike Espy would have to win over to win the race. A lot of people have expressed a lot of shocker this. But. Most of them are either younger or they are people who are not from Mississippi and Serrano smiliar with this. They're having some people have said, well, you know, what does it matter because you know, this was her parents decision not her decision, which is true. But there is the point that she did send her daughter later on to Brookhaven academy, which is a school that has nearly four hundred students and as of two thousand fifteen twenty sixteen only had one black student, despite the fact that Brookhaven is fifty five percent black. So that legacy continues at the end of the day even as this race drags on. Do you get the sense at her bid is actually in jeopardy? I can't say for sure, but the fact that President Trump will have come down here for the third time since October, and the fact that they are sending him to rallies here today. The fact that so much money as flooded at the last minute this race is definitely unusual in Mississippi to have that question even lingering over a Republican USA candidate,

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"bic" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bic" Discussed on WLAC

"Don't be drinking. The high fructose corn syrup and all the things that are making us fat, BIC, and whatever. But. Healthy and turn your life around. Now. I think Doug, that's that's just a great point. I'm glad you called in to share that. Because so many people sometimes get on the fence, and they don't know who to listen to and who to believe in in our physicians that we have I mean, we're all trained a certain way, you do you do a lot of extra training in natural based care and making better food choices better lifestyle choices all the way round. It's just not taught in medical school. And I know I didn't learn it. And so the reality is there's a lot of extra training that has to happen. And then once you get into your specialty you get so focused in that area. And there's so many hours in the day. And then you get a family people. Just don't have time to study the extra to go into more than natural based care. And so, yeah, I mean, I'm glad that your mom with that route. And it sounds like she's doing great. That is fantastic. To hear that story. And I know that encourage someone else to and the body is amazing camera generate even function very well. If you give it to write raw materials to do that. So the answers are out there and really comes down to prevention. It comes down not ever letting your body gets to the point where things can break down at that level too. And that's the only learning ahead of time. A lot of people don't learn and they have to learn during the process. I'm sure like she did. But she jumped in and said, you know, what I'm going to. I'm going to beat this regardless. I'm gonna make the best choices. I can that. I know to do. And then look where she is today. She's thriving in the midst of having wiffle procedures and having the pancreas removed. Just it's just incredible. That's a great story. And you're right. It is about taking responsibility for your health and for your life and not relying on other people to get wisdom from your doctor for those that are trained more than the average person and understanding that doing your own research and being responsible for your own health and not relying. When everybody else to do it, you can get guidance. But at the end of the day, it's going to be up to your choices..

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"bic" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bic" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

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"bic" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"bic" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I love that. That is just really great. Uncle BIC. Do you have any experience with TV's with bluetooth? A client who wants to listen to his bluetooth set. He uses with his phone. They're pretty good jaybird. Uncle Beck. I don't know quite what that means, but I, I have no interest in listening to music on TV. Sound system. Sorry. TV sound systems are pretty awful generally, and so they might have bluetooth that you could play music from your phone, but it doesn't interest me and therefore I don't have any experience with it. All right. T one thousand is asking if I have any word from Hollywood about the avatar sequels. I don't have any official word. I do know that they've been delayed and delayed and delayed. Sorry about that. And they continue to be delayed and I, I don't know. I, I really don't. I do know somebody who works at FOX works for James Cameron, and I've been meaning to call her and ask her what she knows. But whatever she told me it would probably not be I would not be able to share. To me when we were, I saw brought in the XBox for this TV so we could HDR movies. I went through all my movies and almost all of the Blu Ray movies are four k. but not HDR. There are still a dearth of HDR maybe the morale. Yeah, I'm afraid so, and not only that dish network just announced that the channel epochs EP I is making available a bunch of free four k movies. And I wrote back and I said, oh, great. What HD our format do they use? Oh, well, they're not in HDR. Isn't that sad? It is. That's another thing on this. They only do. They don't do Dolby vision. What is no, they do h ten, I think. No, no projector does Dolby vision except the ones in the Dobie cinemas. The professional ones? No. Projector does they all do only HDR temp? Yeah, he said something about he gets technical reason. It was difficult to do. Yeah. Yeah, very difficult to do. Scott. We're going to take you off the big screen. Say hi to Robert for me, I will salute. Thank you. Well, hey, hey, how are you today? Leo LaPorte here, the tech I? Oh, yeah. Oh yeah. Time talk high tech computers. The internet, own feeder digital photography. We've got smartphones. We've got smart watches. We got anything augmented reality thing with chip in, and.

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"bic" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"One twenty yeah let's try that try to see how that that they're putting the calculator yeah i have a computer program hell you on the older day on the days when people did the took my two hours to draw a chart but luckily we have modern technology yeah somebody that suffered hardships in the past i'm just going to clock out and leave you here with big at go over lax is for a little bit well would but interesting is a lot of a lot of what i say gps is gonna find a big cat because you guys were born so close together okay so you could skip the skip the parts overlap just give me my gimme my unique set of skills should i buy bic should you buy bitcoin i would say for big cat i'd say for sure do it yup for pf e i would say not a good idea for you right now gambler and may say he'll gambler and me i like it all right so what else do you see on my sign so for you again you're you're a rebel right in your rebellious your ability snus is gonna come out through your speech right you have a son in the third house which is about communication you have a big mouth and you know what your trump says and you're not afraid to you're not afraid to speak your mind so for you again you aquarius your moon is in the sign of tourists versus about like i said it's about resources but it's about complicity it's about calming down it's about the need for safety and security so a moon in taurus to be happy you know they have to have basic simple things good food good water things right and when taurus is going well they're nice to be around because they've al you.

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"bic" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"One twenty yeah let's try that try to see how that that they're putting the calculator yeah i have a computer program hell you on the older day on the days when people did the took my two hours to draw a chart but luckily we have modern technology yeah somebody that suffered hardships in the past i'm just going to clock out and leave you here with big at go over lax is for a little bit well would but interesting is a lot of a lot of what i say gps is gonna find a big cat because you guys were born so close together okay so you could skip the skip the parts overlap just give me my gimme my unique set of skills should i buy bic should you buy bitcoin i would say for big cat i'd say for sure do it yup for pf e i would say not a good idea for you right now gambler and may say he'll gambler and me i like it all right so what else do you see on my sign so for you again you're you're a rebel right in your rebellious your ability snus is gonna come out through your speech right you have a son in the third house which is about communication you have a big mouth and you know what your trump says and you're not afraid to you're not afraid to speak your mind so for you again you aquarius your moon is in the sign of tourists versus about like i said it's about resources but it's about complicity it's about calming down it's about the need for safety and security so a moon in taurus to be happy you know they have to have basic simple things good food good water things right and when taurus is going well they're nice to be around because they've al you.

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"bic" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Okay so they were led on a on a how long chase hour and a half hour and a half chased by a bowl of able they were chasing a bowl that had escaped trailer the ended up in the okina bic river when we did so our first day of shooting on the movie wild hogs the first day was the scene where john travolta goes over and slaps able we're in that scene and then he goes crazy and then it like flips him up in the air on the bullpen right we're standing on the fence martin like up on i don't know who it flips out there whatever so they have to have like three or four bulls just there because he might swap one out if one's not working and they have all the bull handlers so this is the scene with like bunch of crew a bunch of animal handlers and everything on meds right and we hate we pull up to the area of where the all the trailers are and we see a bull running loose it's it has gotten out of its pen now this is our very first mini in our crime we're already nervous because like you're doing scenes with all these people and we pull up in the car and there's a bullring lose and he took he went into he like bomb ran into the side of a trailer like he was going to go shit like with a both like rammed into it and then went on that was like one of the scariest things i've ever seen is like yeah raw power yes i can understand how your life you're like nobody can control this that's how people feel about rex.

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"bic" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Rocket

"That's great i also wanna see them admit that usb see is not as she bic witness as maybe we believed it would be it's it's doing better but it's very hard to find usb you know see to like certain device cables in two thousand eighteen i wanna see them put it least one usb two port in the mac book pro and lastly i wanna see apple really consider doing a surface studio like mac book is something we can draw the screen like you came with the surface christina you have one there's a valid work point to having that like you know as an option for how you're going to interface with the machine maybe the main model maybe make it a very premium or one off model i don't care but especially as mac os getting closer and closer to iowa i just think that's something they need to open themselves onto yeah i would agree with that and i would say speaking of the macbook model without the touch bar i i agree with you unless they can lower the price significantly and kind of rebranded as like a new macbook air then i it's fine but i'm with you because i think right now it's so expensive and you're not getting enough power you're you're really not for how much it costs this episode of rocket is brought to you by slack slack is a collaboration hub that lets you organize your team's work in easily searchable channels you can use slack for projects interest.

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"bic" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Ladies and gentlemen i'd like to welcome kristen bic yeah my pleasure and i will say my pleasure brother you know there's a lot of things we're going to get into in terms of you know all things related to to your story to you know the issues that that face our country in a multitude of of different directions into me you know one of the things that that i'm excited to bring this to light is is really the the conversation i wanna take a minute before we get into the book and into canada story which is the conversation no different or similarly to the one that i had with with knicker ving regarding race was that you know there's a lot of elements of of an uncomfortable in this country as it relates to the lgbtq community a lot of things that people don't understand and i'll be the first to admit you know there's a lot of things i don't fuck and understand and one of the things that i really enjoyed about the discussion i had with neck here recently was you know having having the the ability to to have kind of a brotherhood or or an ancestry in terms of professional career that are very similar is it gives us an opportunity to to have that bridge right out of the gate before we go down the road of kind of uncomfortable conversation or the ability to to ask questions and talk about things that that frankly don't get fucking talked about and and you know to me it dry you know i'm love to get your take two we started already i mean you start saying borough rather and i want to audience there as it is to to rest assured tat me member other we're gonna talk like brothers and that's fine.

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2019 Toyota RAV4 is the NY Auto Show's biggest debut

News, Traffic and Weather

01:07 min | 3 years ago

2019 Toyota RAV4 is the NY Auto Show's biggest debut

"To the fast lane our auto expert with nick miles continues we'll come back to our two of our auto expert so a couple of things i wanted to talk about just getting off the back of the new york international auto show there was a lot of surprises a lot of very cool stuff revealed wanna talk about several of the vehicles that will be hitting dealers very soon i will brandie new four from toyota that whole segment has been doing so well one of the issues with that segment is that toyota's wrath full was one of the oldest bic was in the segment they've done some special editions of the vehicle which is just didn't seem to be cutting the mustard against a lot of the competition and finally a brand new route four off they've been doing concepts for i don't know like the last year year and a half some very cool concepts good to see that also the corolla hatchback ryan's a corolla boy right well i have to stand on my tiptoes.

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"bic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I am bic pentameter so i don't think he really thinks about it like that but you get where i'm going so he was at it was sunday night i heart whatever music awards and it was in california and his new stuff has been like having trouble so he decided that he would try to bite trump's ankles i guess and so he constantly like for months he was saying trying to get trump's attention and trump is really generous in giving attention on twitter particularly to people who just don't deserve it and then he blows them up and i think eminem was banking on that i think that it was probably labels okay i think when he was sitting down with his record label and they were talking about marketing his album and they were like well look slim i mean you know it's been awhile since you had a new album and you know the music landscape has changed and there he's like yeah but i got a great marketing plan and they're like what slim what's your marketing plan i'm going to get into a twitter war we're donald trump and i'm sure they looked at him and blinked for a minute like it was a south park sketch or something he's like no really i'm just going to pick a twitter fight with donald trump and that was his whole marketing plan for his album because i didn't really see any other marketing beyond that and i'm i like music like a music person so that didn't work because trump never tweeted him back he never said anything to him he never acknowledged him i've never seen that before it was actually kind of funny because that's what they were counting on so he went from that to now so now he's decided well what can i do because remember like all of the crap that he got in the past for his lyrics being racist and homophobic and homophobic and anti woman and everything and then i remember when he performed daito and he was on stage with for crying out loud wind that elton john thank you might thank you brain when he was on stage with elton john and i actually do i have data elton john and he's hysterical news brilliant and but he was trying to like pay penance for it or something well now i guess.

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"bic" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Says you know that this is alive that's not the case and he said some along the lines where it you know there's too much running now for them so there's a lot of growth opportunities within their economy that they see coming from crypto is already happening from crypto any strips of why would they want to hurt up in all of this is going to be a great area for them and in other economy to grow into so you know that was one thing is like we have no intention on harming that because we want to grow as a nation saw it's funny ages to echo on that it's already starting to happen slowly yeah absolutes like the internet start off as some some fringe technology communication not networks between you know saifur pongsan nerds are wet not next thing you know it's the backbone of our society if we didn't have the internet today or are you know everything would probably collapse rahid now eggs here or while a back then when the internet was new people were said what do we need the internet for do they're doing the same thing that they're doing now with crypt a woulda we need bic rodman or wherever yobs you know what are we going to use a for its and then when the email k email came out of her own was saying the same thing 200 tell who need him off or rea postoffice hustle what would you give someone new entering the space right now what one piece of advice would you give i did good piece of advice i would give them as as be patient um you know like i said before learning it learn who you are as a traitor.

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"bic" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Dude Soup

"There's an institution right at is holding the money for you and is reinvesting it into various types of things thus an interest rate can exist german have i don't typically see the benefits of that it's more of we're gonna we're gonna charge you to take money out of your own account so it's it's interesting that you say that that's one of the reasons why i'm pretty sure bic was invented it because you don't have to worry about those services to me your money is and that's what i'm saying the theory of cryptocurrency interests may because now the ideas your monies in the cloud bray it you basically have never sign you it is protected with this sort of math essentially that cannot be hacked yet is our as we now um you know bergen to the point where people are going to still your you know biometrics still your money but either way that that's what appeal to me was this sort of idea of like almost simplifying and going back to a cash system but in the modern age so now we are no longer at the behest of credit card companies and credit unions and all these things that it's your money is your money that that's that that to me is what this seems to be the whole thing about still z i feel like you're still gonna run into the issue of the fact that the money has to be transferred a server has to click on somewhere who are going to pay someone's gonna pay for that and it's not going to be someone out of the kindness of their heart for it so did like yes credit card companies suck and yes bank companies suck but the initial idea behind them and the fees that they charged are valid they make sense it's it's part of their business model ukaine theoretically right now keep all the money you ever get in a mattress in your bed.

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"bic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bic" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A bath robe poor bath robes are really getting a bap out of this whole harb fine dean charlie rose sexual scandal era uh that robes aren't bad and they do not a bad man make their comfortable but they can be used in a very bad were are you a bathrobe guy do you have a bathroom at home of never i i would say i i have not owned a bathrobes since i was about seven years old i think the you would really enjoy a bath robe like a nice bic bathrobe to curl up there was one in the hotel at i stated recently yeah want to narrow head yeah but and then use it well that's because everyone uses those and their gross you also get my own i would like what you're on because you know you like those waited blankets i think that you would enjoy like a thick bathrobe waited it could be another heavy some of them are heavy gayle king and neuro jardel went on the cbs this morning show and they did so without obvious charlie rose and talked about the what had happened to the night before let newburg claire there is no it gross bagged you want me to get my own i would like you to get your on because you know you like those waited blankets and i think that utah joy like a thick bathrobe is it waited it could other heavy some of our murphy gayle king and nora o'donnell went on the cbs this morning and they did so without obviously charlie rose and talked about the what had happened before route ruble very clear there is no excuse for this alleged people there it is systematic and pervasive and i've been doing a lot of listening and i'm going to continue to do that this i know is true women cannot achieve equality in the workplace or in society until there is a reckoning i am not okay after reading that article in the post it was deeply disturbing troubling and painful for me to read that said i think we have to make this matter to women manila's spoken up the women who have not abdur afraid i'm hoping that now they will take the step to speak out too i don't know where i mean charlie rose was approach was the tmz that had him on tape and they are asking him about what what are.

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"bic" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"bic" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Fourteen pound selo that's bic pens at such a big child they actually had to sit in the husband out to buy different closed because he wouldn't fit in not had diapers good fit him at the hospital yes i think more to it if you think that speak someone come out with a driver's license that somebody close to the guinness book of world records nineteen fifty five in italy a young lad was born at twenty two pounds twenty two pound so this yes so that that culinary twenty two pounds aid ounces i kid one right on maury show maury has that affect ministries i guess it's so the all right we've done i believe so i could so we will take a break we'll come back with old guy radio i'm tony corner drew listening to the tony kornheiser show life insurance do you have it if you don't why not it's too expensive it's a hassle i didn't have life insurance for a long time and i got life insurance within the last six or seven years because i just sort of found out i probably wouldn't live forever i mean i assumed i would live forever for a long time but now i realise i wanna i wanna make sure that everybody widely behind tass stuff if you don't have life insurance what would financially happen if something happened to the primary earner i wasn't the primary earner i was the only earner okay not primary only life insurance is a good idea to protect the ones around you but where do you go for the best prices on the best policy with the best service.

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"bic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"bic" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Let the way here let me think globally it was natural winds no sulphite slow spontaneous from the station they focus only on natural winds from the former austrohungarian impasse we're talking czech slovak austrianhungarian nothing italianslovenian lines and is just a small place again it's a distribution points to distribute distribution many of the best restaurants in in town and but you can come hey i have wine they also have organized tastings of winds with the actual winemakers hi there it's okay go what would you recommend me having here we have turned the chill wind and okay you come from all types jacob a big so it's great chance to represent do some some wind from czech republic taste or enshrine only enter you it now i've never had a is it from oranges sure it's a it's oranges which are moderated into i know i'm joking it's a white wine may occur with wine soda processes that on the beginning of white one thirty do yeah i like this wind sorry i felt like this one you know you change your mind didn't went to have some now you'll get it few young could winemakers were now variable berth for example one of them it's melanin steroids he's almost a superstar in the world so let's cheers chat is this you're telling me that because his buyer is located so close to that too room they can afford together right would recall me in view tumor brando sometimes they could wind from had the undergoes should exist so bust up by the police they could wind to pull down and they only to that sometimes people from the one vago t that the morning these they went on spring up beyond the reforms some new energy into them after the busy nights the day before the done a fight the affair bic corporation this is such a small the world here is a tough yang roughly is that this is uh thank you for taking me to cuddly men and i'm so happy that have seen no less you few too much now.

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