20 Burst results for "Bache"
"bache" Discussed on JuvoHub - Property Management Podcast
"Bring. This has been a well. I know we've just scratched the surface. You probably could sit here. Talk hours and hours about this. About where the know this what you do for for your for your customers source rape to have you with us today. Just to give a snippet of the customer services and and the the the details that are that are with that so thank you so so much on behalf of market i in the audience for for being with us today before you go a tip like you talked about a lot of things today but i you know. I love hearing. Like what is your go-to atip. Which served you well as an educator as a person like what's what's what's your guiding thoughts any anything to sure. Only god's you have to have fun. Don't do anything you don't joy because you'll never be good at it right so just have fun. Listen i'll our vision is same mission but backwards so it's fun through learning and learning learning through fun facet. We have fun through learning and we're learning through fun. How amazing that. That's so always have fun with brilliant. I love that really brian. You guys say awesome. That sounds weird to me. I never say want pretty awesome totally awesome. You'll roll. I wish maybe so. How can people connect audrey like. Would you prefer again on your website and social channels that we can connect with you on the audience on lincoln to my name actually to the moon. You can go to the website which is Life why hyphen experience dot com. And you can reach me audra. Livewire performance come. We aren't so every email very friendly. I believe bad practice. What you preach right now. Yes absolutely no team. How's it or not so the naughty mouse just the good ones but those those are rubbish rubbish. Yes not the trask bache. Well done very good english. Speak english when you come over and also an englishman easily win coverage over my wife. That's right come on chaps. we'll take care of you youthful you. Thank you again episode. Fifteen ladies and gentlemen thank you so much for being here. Thank you thank you to our fantastic co hosts. Who's been steering the conversation they marked how from how great concepts and thank you to our sponsor today higginbotham. Hr services you can check them out. Show notes before you honor. Thank you everybody wonderful..
"bache" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast
"Dancing and a number of other top contenders head. To head that day you mentioned belvoir bache ran a terrific race beating the boys in the in the turf sprint I just don't know that she did enough through the course of the year and she did she had a good. If you've been read second at Sprint over in Dubai but I think the multiple grade one wins for Kafka and especially winning the championship race and I don't think it's insignificant when horses shipped to a place where they've never raised before and win a championship. Race Council Lot When you're in this specific case of Kafi going out to Santa Anita. She'd never raised their before. Della Phoenix racing on her home track and she still be Bella. Fina who's a top class sprinter so I think Kaffee wins? This division is low now going on to the next vision bricks and mortar. It's been one of the horses that I've been on the entire year. I said with respectable his with the the male turf wars and the Horse of the year thing which we'll get to horse of the year and a couple of minutes but I've said he really checks. All the boxes undefeated Breeders Cup champion. Not really much else. The only thing that I could find knock him for and this would be a super alternate pick but it would be. He didn't run between the Arlington million in the Breeders Cup turf but like I mentioned that's a very insignificant nitpick. Do you think there's a chance he wins this this mail clips award unanimously. I don't know who else you could possibly vote for here So I would. I would think so and I would question anybody who didn't put him on top five grade one races He ranted.
"bache" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And it was not a strike. Two into. Gorriak on dang. To in to pitch on the way. Swing a fly ball along feline slicing toward the corner on the run chasing down as he can't get address for a basic, pending third is panic. He'll make it in there to second base with a double Stephen vote. Wrong way double by vote. Just a few feet fare along Winker who was playing way off the line for him could not catch up to to it and vote hit the change of the change and it was down. And he went after it almost as if he was geared up for the change out. Winker could not catch up to that. Fly also vote with his second hit. And hit comes on gory of the catcher out to the mound. Barnhart visit with Casteel. Gordon has struck out and flied the shuttle, right? He is to. Reg, four giants nothing here in the last of the fifth. Bache it could cut that Cincinnati lead in half. Feel kind of bunched up towards now we right field moves further over towards the line. The pitch swing tapper out toward them. Steal off the mound to get it. Turns pros I in time for the out and that first pitch slider. Doria chase kit and dribbled it about halfway out to the mound. And that's the final out of the two men left for the giants to the six Barnhart sends Allen fato Vincent.
"bache" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Agreed. Gotta make sure it's stress tested building. The portfolio is hard which so many landmines along the way is definitely an art and a science to building a portfolio that will achieve your objectives. Without all the sleepless nights are ruined vacations or pulling your hair out. The key is to learn how to do it like the big guys two billion dollar money managers, the huge mutual funds. They have a very systematic and structured approach to building a portfolio that makes money when the market rises. But also is protected when the market goes down. So if you're retired or close to it you need certainty. So today, we're going to be talking about how to build the right portfolio for you. And how you can scientifically build a portfolio like the big guys. And of course to help me with this my number one to my right? Miss Jennifer, perria, you doing they're doing great Keith. And you know, it's interesting. I learned something from you every week. I think our listeners do that's what we appreciate about this show. I'm particularly interested in today's show because you're right. It is kind of like rocket science. I mean, there is an art form to what you do for people. Keith. It is and it's been a train money manager. And that's and unfortunately, many of the guys in my profession. They're not really they gather assets for the brokerage firms or they put in passive mutual funds. I was actually trained in the mid ninety s by at the time was Prudential Bache, and they were training individual advisors to be money managers and over the years of become a registered investment advisor and a fiduciary and trained as a money manager. And again, the planning I don't wanna pooh-poohed planning because you've got to tell you money what to do or it doesn't do anything or does the wrong thing. But really putting the portfolio together it is rocket science and people say, oh, it's not rocket science. It's easy. No. It isn't. It's the people who make money today. It's so systematic disciplined it is so structured measuring their monitor monitor risk and reward. Got to make sure that your approach it correctly and put your plan in place. We're going to be doing something very unique here on today's show really digging into the five science metrics to building that's successful portfolio. But I I know you do you have a very special offer today for our listeners. Right. Absolutely. I'm glad you brought it up. It is for a free advanced portfolio analysis. It also comes with a forward-looking tax strategy analysis, very very important stuff. And really very unique to Keith. It is I it's unique because it's it's not for everybody. It's designed for people in retirement or close to retirement somebody who has a nest egg and who want to protect it, but still want to see it grow. So what exactly goes into this free advanced analysis Keith well, first of all to teach you how you can pay less taxes in retirement with a forward-looking investment tax strategy plots. It's an advanced analysis of your portfolio will we're look at your nest egg and make sure you're properly using the scientific metrics we've been talking about. So you're getting the best returns, but with the least risk possible. And of course after fees, and I'll comes down after fees. Jen, I found that most people want an actively managed portfolio, let's don't tactical, but what most people have is a passive management approach known as buying hold or really buying hope. And you don't want to have a portfolio. This is why we can only do this free advanced portfolio and tax strategy analysis for the first ten callers on today's show because there's so much involved. So if you are retired or getting close to learn how to protect your nest egg and pay less taxes in retirement..
a16z Podcast: All About Synthetic Biology
"This episode general partner on the bio fund VJ punday, and I talk all about the field of synthetic biology with Jim Collins, professor of bioengineering at MIT and one of the pioneers of the discipline of synthetic biology. We talk about what engineering and designing biology really looks like when instead of engineering electrons, your engineering toggle switches for genes, including the scientific story behind the creation of that very first Jean toggle on and off switch. We also talk about the disciplinary differences and synergies between how biologists and engineers see the world what the engineering and design principles techniques or approaches that work best when applied to science how that looks different. When building a company in the space and thinking about for example, platforms versus products, and even how it's changing education in the field all the way down to middle school. So let's start at the very beginning. How did the field I begin to emerge? What's the sort of founding story behind Syn bio, you know, the very beginning. Really? Was the island of misfit toys, if you go back to the hundred ninety s the dominant story was genome effort, and what's interesting is the biomedical engineers did not play a major role in the genome effort in biomedical engineering departments the curriculum the research interests, more or less stopped at the tissue level and was only beginning to get interested in the cellular level in the late nineties. However as the genome effort was really picking up speed and beginning to produce these parts lists for different organisms. The leaders of the genome every began turning to the engineers and increasingly to physicist to figure out help them figure out how these parts put together. Can you explain what the missing information specifically? So the sequencing would lead you to the ability to annotate genome to identify coding regions identified the genes identify promoters. But couldn't really give you information about dental on networks that were making up these living cells, and what way with jeans. Proteins yarn a elements interconnected and leading to the interesting biology disease, biology, the notion even of network was not dominant or even prominent within Malacca biology. You said one thing that really struck me reduce said, it was not necessarily biologists. Computer, science physics you. Then had this effort to really try to pull the physician the engineers into molecular biology, and why them I think because we deal with complexity well to get after what became systems biology was the recognition that you needed to embrace complexity before the network, what was the predominant kind of idea you had really the fixation on the actions of single protein single jeans, and at the level of kind of integrating those you had pathways and you began to see efforts primarily out of Stanford beginning to use mathematical modeling that opened up the doors for folks like me to do basically systems biology, could you reverse engineer these networks, and let's actually explain what you mean by that reverse engineering large-scale now because that's. Not a concept that's native to Zonta box. It's an engineering. So it's a strong, electrical engineering kinds of the notion is that you have a system that's interconnected or wire together. And so the ample the could relate to many listeners would be the wiring system or the wiring setup of your house say you buy a new house, and you've got a circuit breaker box down in the basement. And let's say it's not labeled by the previous owners, just like my house, my so what do you do you go down? And you flip the different switches on or off. And you discover what they connect you. She a beginning to reverse engineer. The circuitry of your house, you then through additional experiments that you running the microwave same time with that. In fact, oh, those two circuits are actually interconnect even further that's not represented by that. And you begin to infer the underlying structure of the wiring diagram of your house. But our first response was to run away from that promise fast as we could because there were insufficient data to do in the late nineties. We just had microwaves appear technology that is no longer in vogue. But. Would allow you to survey thousands of genes and their expression states simultaneously with another given. So these are incredibly expensive, and when I got pulled in their only seven publicly available data sets. So the idea you could reverse engineer large-scale network is ludicrous, and what were those types of data that we're lacking. So there was largely expression data's in those days. It was really micro Ray. So we even though the technology used appear we didn't have those data sets. We didn't have a wetland. We didn't have the capability. And so we began to think about could you put together molecular parts in a network instead take a tinker as approach to molecular biology. So the depressions the output was the like how were you perturbing it them? Well, so on on. That's how we had no perturbation, right? Perturbation would be the going to kick the system where you're going to stimulate the system. Switch flip the light switch. Let's say you have your radio on and your kitchen upstairs volume on you're gonna run down says you're gonna flip the switch one by one until you hit the volume go off that's a pretty Bache to your circuit that allows you to map out the circuit. We introduced tech. Seeks to do that. But even before we get there we stumbled into what became synthetic biology. We said, okay. Could we instead of figuring out how these large-scale networks wired together, we put them together ourselves could we do it with intent? So could we design circuits with desired architecture and a desired function, and that's the key difference right in this entire approach that you're designing exactly we are. We are really doing biology by design in some cases, we're taking natural parts and putting them in noon, different ways. And other cases, we're building new parts, and then putting those together in new or even established architectures we spent about nine months thinking about what we wanted to build and we arrived at building genetic toggle switch and this was motivated by electrical engineering, where toggle switches, which are also called flip flops are as latches a very simple memory elements memory, which is can be flipped between zero one in the binary state or on off by a transient electrical signal. Toggle switches are at the heart of digital member. And we cycle through many different schematics and circuit diagrams and arrived at one that was basically mutually inhibitory network where we have two genes that are set up. So the always want to be on. But they're arranged to the trying to shut each other off. And we showed mathematically and computational that you should be able to have it as a by stable system, it either ones exists in state aging one is on gene two's off or state Beijing to his own gene one off and he principal. You should be will flip it between those states by translate delivering a chemical or environment. They would shut off your currently active, gene allowing the gene had been kept off by that active. Gene allowed to come on. Now would produce enough protein that would shut off the Gina had been on in. You can you stems and you flip from state to state of state means like electrical engineering except not electrons. It's now a wet circuit. But in this case, we actually did mathematical modeling computation, and now the next segue was I reached out to Eric is instead who was a program officer at the offset neighbor search who is run. Being a gene circuit modeling program. And I tell them what we're doing. I more or less called him once a month for every over six months, it could you give us money to try to build this in a lab, and he kept putting off putting off and I basically warm down. I said, you know, I think this could be really big, but we need to be able to build this and I'd like to see party program. And was the reason why wasn't clearly I mean clearly having an on off switch like that seems incredibly powerful. Why was it not immediately? Just because it seems so hard to do we had talked to about six or seven very serious molecular biologist who told us this couldn't happen. This couldn't work. They said for it to work. You're going to have to have a very tight off state to very tight off states. That's going to be impossible. You're gonna have to introduce a very large plasma the it's going to put a burden on the cell, the cells not going to like this foreign element the joke was they usually Patterson I hesitate boy stick to engineering because biology is really complicated. I mean, those do sound like reasonable concern. I had heard incredibly talented graduate student Tim Gardner who was a mechanical engineering train student at Princeton. Tim, presented our modeling. This is a famous in our meeting where he was more or less shouted off the stage by some very serious Mike about is including future Nobel prize winner who said it was impossible. This could not work part. Tim who was green and Michael biology had been a mechanical engineer who had designed autonomous helicopters to fly around. Princeton didn't know anything about you presented this engineering concert. Nonetheless in nine months, he had a functioning by stable toggle switch that the same time. We were doing this, Michael Ila woods and STAN Liebler who were to physicists sitting in. Both the physics department at Princeton and the micro biology department at Princeton, we're taking a remarkably similar approach to synthetic genes. Circuits completely independent of us. An ambulance toss in that we worked in e-coli with three different repress or proteins using dynamical modeling they worked in E coli with the same three repressive? Proteins using dynamic modeling and instead of screening a toggle switch that consisted of two genes. Trying to shut each other off they created what they call. Presa later a ring oscillators simile motivated by electronics, electrical engineering. They consisted of three genes in series. Eight tries to shoot a BB to showed up C C tries to show. Hey, those same parts just different same different circuit. They submitted to nature. We submit our nature. They end up being published at the launch the turn of the century in January late January in nature back to back the next week, the headed aditorial said, oh, you know, physicists beginning to move into Mike about it and says you should look back at those two papers because there's something interesting going the raising point about how everyone on the biology side thought this was impossible almost like the biologist some of them have an immune response against engineering. That's a great way to put a that seems to continue even today. It is when I have many, many, close, friends and colleagues who biologists. But I think within different academic disciplines as often too much tribalism. So the very common critique that we get to they're not biologist or they're not chemists or they don't know basic biology. Don't know basic emission, I yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I don't think it's fair though. And I think that these problems really combine if municipal reproach and different perspectives. So we don't know the detail at the level that the biologists do
"bache" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Greek sleep priding logic, new quick, stick bright in your logic. I gotta teach my fucking kid to talk like that. Hello daddy. I'd love to have some cereal or would you like Cheerios of Lebron's. PBS? Give me fruit. Loops I'd like to put them in my mouth. And I just them have them traveled on my office store in my belly for three and a half to four hours and then sit on the toilet and rocket them out of Seoul. Duddy? I only like beige food what's up with kids only like I like to and potatoes. If you put something green on my plate, I'll smeared in your face or deck the walls with it. Lead everything Bache, I'll put it in my mouth, and it will travel down my itself, I guess and the restored self into my Billy for three and a half to four hours and then. I was sitting on the toilet in rocket beige shit out of my asshole. Why do you listen to this podcast? You know, why am I like this no dense though, bro? News duty. You know, got a call this episode news duty for sure news duty. Do you ever think you'd think waking up this morning, you'd write down news duty ever do that? I do that all the time. Then when I woke up today, I'd be saying news duty alas news duty. Did you see the or Kelly thing? Did you see the are Kelly? Our kelly. In. Ethiopia? I mean, I first of all first of all I sent this to the group chat. And he goes like this and Mike my opener who like thinks about birds a lot flying probably because he's fucking. There are. Is. He goes arts fake and Matt because he's just a fucking naysayer. And it's not fake. And if you know anything about it doesn't look like the lyrics are matching up with his mouth. But you gotta understand they were filming it in a fucking arena. So they got the reverse in the fucking time delay and all the shit. And you got to understand you gotta know our Kelly, you gotta be smarter than that. And know about what our Kelly would do. And this is right in line with what he would do if you haven't heard this. I'm going to play it for you. Now are Kelly's a bad guy. Obviously he pisses on fourteen year olds nothing worse. Nothing worse. Okay. But this guy if he wasn't a bad guy and an actual good guy. This would be the most Ila song of all time because it's Essa basic and just says what he wants. That's the thing. I like about our Embi. It's the thing about our Kelly songs to until I realized he pissed on twelve year olds is that it was. So just like I'm in the car next to park. And you'd be like, it doesn't mean anything. That's just what it is. He's literally there. So this is what he sings to people in Ethiopia, say leader. Okay. First of all things you haven't heard this. Wow. I've get rid of has not heard this. Oh, dude. You're gonna love this, bro. Have you heard this? I showed it to. Do you have your passport? He's any of you. Girl, would you like to come back with rob too?.
"bache" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"You you mentioned in the film that you came back, and you saw the press coverage, and there was a big disparity between what you had witnessed and what you were seeing in magazines publications here, and that's Birgit ago to go back. Why do you think there was such a disparity between what you were experiencing and seeing their documented with your camera, and what was being seen in the American or Canadian? Yeah. I think that even in the internet age watching things unfold, and and saying, hey, this attack happened, this leader was assassinated, and then getting that back to us or busy with all our stuff like, you know, say you're in California, and I'm in Washington. And maybe that's maybe the example. But I'm worried about my may or your read about your mayor, and you've got your life in California. I got my life in DC. And by the time that that filled information, I'm reporting on filters back to you through all those very relevant daily life things that are pertinent to you personally by the time that picture forms. What's actually happening can take some time with a war, you add more complex layers. So basically with a war there inaccessible places. So I mean, I say, you know, when we go to like two thousand eight arrack the idea of a group that. In some ways people now perceive as more diabolical than I'll. Maeda, you know. More absurd in sort of its application of terror than kite seems incomprehensible. But look what I mean like in described as doomsday cult. And I think it's that you know, there were people who are talking about. They didn't know they're going to be called ISIS or what they were gonna look like or what they were going to do. But there are people talking about that that I knew that we're going to end up turning into a group like that they were talking about it. And I just think it takes time for the events to turn into an actual reality. And I find that the disparity between watching things unfold and envisioning them when you're in the moment covering it. And then it forming into Faxon ideas back home in people's minds in their daily life somewhere else where it's a complete different reality are usually you're too apart. You know? So like, I'm like in Afghanistan two thousand six I'm like. Wow. Wow. Taliban al-qaeda are really back here. Like, they're really, you know, so. Much for going ghanistan and trying to capture bin Laden and throwing out the Taliban. They've come back and people only really understood back home. What was really going on to the war from two those in two thousand eight by two thousand eight there's something else kind of unraveling because there's just so much information especially with online like just my God had unsubscribe for by thirty different Email. Subscriptions recently because I just I started finding myself deleting my emails everyday because we have time to read them. I usually in the morning spend, I mean all of us. Do you go on Twitter go through everybody got a little thing? I do every morning will session. I read the Washington Post courts, some some random Twitter stuff, depending on what the headline is. And then there's not even time for me to read about say hockey. I love hockey is not Bree time any mart. But what did you hope to do when you kept returning back that you felt like you hadn't. Seeded doing in the the first around. Well, I don't think I really knew I kept turning while. I was returning. Hey, this is I feel really emotional covering this war and all along it was getting that wisdom. I think my father was trying to impart on me, but couldn't troll these share that trauma from the war. I realize later on I realized that while I was making the film because Jennifer Bache wall who's phenomenal filmmaker was my mentor, and she kept pushing me like why did you keep going back?.
Explainer 144: Whos burning the Gvle goat?
"The. Christmas traditions. If detached from the festive context are weird drooping tinsel over pine trees, sending cards to people we otherwise never speak to wearing stupid hats removed from paper hand-grenades eating mince pies. Which absolutely nobody likes these all just seen like normal behaviors. Because we've been doing them so long. Accordingly. We must allow for the possibility that centuries hints, nobody will question why we commemorating the birth of the son of God by building an enormous goat out of straw. And then setting fire to it. Should such ritual become established. We would be indebted to yesterday. A medium-sized port on the Bosnian coast of Sweden at the beginning of advent in nineteen sixty six possibly because those long winter evenings don't fill themselves the locals determined to celebrate the impending Noel by erecting in his main square an immense representation of the traditional Swedish you goat thirteen meters. Tall weighing three tons constructed from straw. Ironically. Given what was to follow the first one was built by EVA's? Firefighters. On December thirty first nineteen sixty six someone burned down. This initially seemed regrettable aberration. The nineteen sixty seven and nineteen sixty eight year Lagos past the festive season unmolested, but the nineteen sixty nine goat was burned down again on December thirty first at which point it seems to have been understood that open season had been declared. No yearly goat would survive again until nineteen Eighty-one most of those which perished in the interim were burned although nineteen seventy three's was stolen an enterprise as impressive in its logistics as its futility nineteen seventy six's was knocked down with a car Volvo fittingly and nineteen seventy eight was kicked to pieces. This last isn't especially intriguing chapter in Lagos mythology it being no small ask to manually dismantle a, hey ruminant. The size of three story building one imagines posse of desperate arsonists, suddenly realizing that the one who was supposed to bring a lighter has forgotten. Surveying. You had one job. The go-to became famous and therefore vulnerable in nineteen seventy nine. It was burned down before. It was completely built they replacement met the same fate efforts were made to protect the goat. Nineteen eighty five's was surrounded by a two meter high metal fence and guarded by the fourteenth infantry regiment of the Swedish army it was burned down. Anyway, nor did advances in fireproofing treatments. Help much. Most goats continued to be consumed by blazes in the late nineteen eighty s British bookmakers started offering odds on its survival. The online age inevitably has taken to the goat like fire to straw. The goat has Twitter and Instagram feeds and webcam some more recent attacks have therefore been characterized by the performance of attention seeking that defines air era. But it is the paradox off tradition that endures by adapting subtly to the times in two thousand and phony Ned wills dressed as Santa Claus and gingerbread man assailed the goat with flaming arrows in two thousand and ten was the target of ace, sadly unconsummated plot to kidnap it with a helicopter. All of which has been a boon for yellow Connie Bache in which might otherwise have struggled for purchase on the global imagination. It is in this way in a quivalent of those remote European villages clearly populated by enterprising folk, which the Virgin Mary has historically preferred to visit an which now have their own international airports. Utilize website offers an array of caprine merchandise, including themed tea towels beanies and earrings the associated tourist trade is such that local hoteliers and restaurateurs worry that an early burning dent takings as we go to two thousand eighteen goat still stands but form is no guide to its fate last year's survived. But two thousand sixteen was burned down the day. It was inaugurated high school students hastily assembled a small replica, which someone ran over. Monocle twenty four. I'm andrew.
"bache" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"But like the summer we have to work on a couple of things. He's down. He's bringing them back east Priscilla Tate more, and we get along like our team is it's a team that they kind of have each other's way. They want each guy to be great mental mind. He's great tonight or great the next night. They don't care as long as we can keep that. Then we're going to continue to be good. How good could your young point guard? Bache? I said before the year is going to be a star. But I don't know what a star means anymore. But he's going to be that, you know, and he's just going to keep getting better. I think it sizes. Underrated every night. I think every night guard faces in for the first time they realize there's some. People are six six, and then there's some people six six he's long let it. You good. Yeah. Okay. So just quickly before we go to to the rest of the west look back on that team that you had those teams with three obviously, Dion dre and Blake. What what was the key reason it never took off did take off? I mean, we over the last four or five years we were second or third in the league in wins. What we didn't do is win. It. We have some goals in our way. The number one is going state. You know, people forget where the last team to beat going state. No, we beat them then lost Oklahoma. Who was very good. You know? I don't think that group needs to apologize. They were really good. We didn't win it just like Oklahoma didn't win. It would harden and Westbrook and Durant. So just a tough winning heart. You know, I've won one title of lost one in the finals and the game seven which I'll never forget. But what you realize the I thought that I realize what we wanted in two thousand remember sitting in my office thinking winning a title is hard. I mean, it's just hard to do. And I thought obviously, we didn't have great chemistry. It wasn't broken. But we didn't have great chemistry and one thing I've learned is you better have chemistry. If you're going to win it because you're going to get tested and bad. Things are going to happen. Doing the players. You're gonna have to be able to get through it. And we just did you said something very interesting. Skip ask you about this team. And you say these guys like play each other. And they don't care who's successful night in think that was a problem with the oh team. Yeah. I don't know. I would say probably, but. But you know, I don't think about it much. I just thought that the end of the day from a coaching standpoint, we wouldn't get enough. We had those three guys we wouldn't deep enough either. We're never deep enough. You know, part of that was my job. I was trying. I was the GM for a couple of those years trying to bring in talent. Honestly, just couldn't do it. You know, we we are cast strapped. Have any? Making do with minimum contracts. And you think about the guys from Darren collison, we sign a bunch of them, but they left one year because they look great with our group. So that was our biggest issue and where we are. Now is we are cash healthy we have a lot of money, and that's a great position to be in. But more importantly, a great position to be in with these guys. Right guys..
"bache" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Kaku I'm just saying that from my whole life, I thought farts push it out and then Dr drew came by, and and he said it was, what did he say neither? Yeah. He was like, oh, no. Bache don't put their respective of one. And now this guy saying it's both. So it's like blowing my mind. It's like when you find out that light is both wave and particle, you know what I'm saying? No, I know what you're saying. Exciting stuff. Well, I guess I did think that. Shits push the farts out, you know, I thought that farts pushed the shit out. My thought. My mom was right about that. 'cause she would always well for those. We don't know. My mother would say whenever I'd fart and I'm the guy for she'd be like be grateful for the farts because farts Bush this shit out. We doubt the farts. There is no shit. Well, in a way, and she's right. Our guest is here. Should we go get him? Yeah, yeah. And there's some really important stuff I want to get to. I mean. I'm serious really important. No, this is good. Like really important. Yeah. Okay. All right. We'll be right back. Gene. Do we are back, we're doing, we'll mic check. Okay. Whereas you sound different there, Tom, that's you. That's the guy that can't stop coming down. He said his dad's funerals, one hundred times back in the news. No, you would not believe the south I was prepping today, and what happened was our producer thought we were recording tomorrow. We also use says, we have folder of all these files of things to play. So he messed me. He's like, I fucked up. I'm sorry. So I'm like pulling stuff on my own and it's not the same. It's like, you know, it's usually organized and I just hit a button and it plays some going through emails. And I see this thing about this. This is probably like the episode that I would say at least early on best to find our shows. We did a huge segment on this guy when you're on your knees at your problems. Funeral. Casket, and you're saying the by him, and then we have nine orgasms right there by your whole family is standing behind species. Never one have another orgasms long as you live. Why not just keep on. And it was like a documentary thing. They did on this time who has this condition where he just comes all day every day and it's ruined his life. But he organized, but he, he doesn't come, doesn't come right every, but but he's ability. He's like, can't go like my kid's soccer games. I'm like, oh, and then. Orgasm, and he's got all the time he feels it was horrible..
"bache" Discussed on Science Friday
"How do you bring more you say you thank us for paying attention to this and we think this is something we should be doing. As a matter of fact, how do you bring more attention to people talking about, hey, you wanna each gotta have soil, you know? Yeah, I think you know if everyone who's listening today goes out and tells three of their friends about the imperative of soil and that we're losing soil at a rate, much faster that we can form it or that it's naturally formed. Go tell your friends raising awareness about that. You know the the base of people who live in rural areas and who are farming, you know, every survey that comes up ten to show that those numbers are declining, which I don't necessarily think is a good thing because we need to have our urban food eaters. We all sit down to eat three times a day, really thinking about how they can support all of those things. And you know, I. I appreciate the organic debate organic versus conventional. I don't know that I appreciate it. I think it's much more nuanced than that. I think there's a lot of other ways that we can support producers trying to. I think a lot about just getting continuous cover of the soil. So doing things like having more cover crops, more perennial crops agroforestry, which is getting trees into landscape. So what are what are more of those things that we can do? So it's we've got move kind of beyond just organic as one option, but I think that consumers being more aware and thinking about how they can support food producers in soil conservation because we do all need to eat three times a day. Let me learn anything from their home garden plot about any of this Andrea or Kristen, I mean, is that help thing to do is become gardens you more aware? I, I would say so. I mean, I think gardening is a lot of fun. It's really humbling to it's not easy to have to grow your own food. So. If you're thinking about, you know, ways that you can use less tillage in your own garden or do things like mulching to keep weeds down or conserve moisture. I mean, I think you know, those are principles that farmers who grow crops on a larger scale or thinking about as well. So I think it's a humbling experience and they can learn some of the basics of soil management in that way too. We've talked about the w- the water I'm next time we talk, they, we're gonna talk about the wildfires happening out west and how they affect the soil and the soil stricter. We've run out of time about that. But certainly an interesting topic to talk about also like to thank my guest, Andrea, Andrea Bache agricultural scientists that the university of Nebraska Lincoln, Kristen Angeles microbiologist in -versity of Massachusetts and Amherst. After the break, imagine being a plant, you're minding your own business, and then someone takes a bite out of you turns out the plants, don't just sit there and let it happen. We'll tell you what, how. How they feel well, hear stay with us. We'll come back after the break. This is science Friday. I am. I replied, oh, it's not easy being green. I'm talking about plants, you're dependent done very specific environmental conditions. It can't relocate and search of water and all. Yeah, everybody wants to eat you. What's emotionless organism to do well, if you're a plant, you do have some options. You can slow your growth to consume fewer resources. You can develop a deeper root system to get.
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"bache" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"How do we first Thesselonians honor in holiness? How controller by honor holiness? How do I help you do that? How do you help media that was at victories? The next question that popped into my head was, is it a deal breaker? If you aren't on the exact same page, I don't think it is. There are. There's a lot of nuance when it comes to boundaries. Everyone I think has different convictions about it. Everyone has different experiences. Everyone has different. Just there's a lot that goes into feel about this in scripture isn't exact. Exactly clear about what is like. Some people decided that, you know, I think that sexual immorality is making out like, so they don't wanna do that. There's just a little bit of gray area. And so I think that in that if you if your conviction is I don't want to do anything like any thing body wise until we're married and and your boyfriend is like, I don't wanna do anything like to me, I don't feel like it's, you know, we're we're compromising holiness or honor if we stay above the belt or something like that. Right. I think that you can like talk about that and you can talk about finding a place that's comfortable like finding a place that finding common ground there, so I just don't want don't want. I think it's a conversation are you too. But I do think that probably the more conservative person gets the lead the they probably get to. And here's a deal because the person. Less conservative right? Bache should still be. So you want someone committed to you committed to relationship, they're going to. They should want a sacrifice to keep your round. Yes. And like there was a guy on the new years ago. Okay. Not a believer in really, you know, we're great friends, but really pursued me like really wanted to date me whatever I would tell time we cannot date even just let's go base level. You're used to having sex. And I don't have sex like in he was like, Hannah know who's like in his late twenties. He's like had enough sex like I can date. You don't have to have sex, you know, he didn't know the Lord on, so it was going to happen, but but let's say he had known the word. Let's like he would have in this pathetic situation deferred to me. You know, even though he thought sex was totally permissible because he wanted to date me Bula should with me an honor you and honor me. He's going to go with like what I want now, probably too often the reverse happens. And then you gotta ask yourself, like, does this guy really care about me if you're the one that's like, you know, I mean, maybe you don't wanna kiss until your wedding day act. I will tell you I walked away from dating relationship when I learned that was one guy's thing because I thought I love that eleven. That's like the, you know your your thing, but like that's not me. So did we break up just because of that that one example? No, it was a. It was a illustration of like a lot of things right. Like we were not on the same page on a lot of things. 'cause yeah, I mean, are you committed to this person or not? And probably the conservative person should flee guess. And so if you are, if you have these convictions in you want to like, you know, you're like, I just, I don't want to go further making outdoor married. And your boyfriend is putting pressure on you like that is just like you're talking about with a guy who didn't wanna do any any anything like that is. A sign of bigger thing. Like if he's putting physical pressure on you, if he's not, he's not honoring you. That is the whole thing. It's self control. It's controlling our bodies, and it's it's honor and holiness and like him, not choosing to respect your boundaries or make the sacrifices neces- necessary to respect your boundaries. That isn't dick of a bigger thing. And I know that it's so easy to wanna say like, well, but he's really great, and I really wanna keep him around, but I'm telling you that is not the only place where that that lack of honor is going to show up in your relationship and hate that. And really your relationship. Like I had guys walk away from me when they found out that they like I was going to have sex with that..
"bache" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Bility's for instance dear internet we appreciate your bache it's the company said on monday but after they i hob news came out one twitter user said your marketing team needs to be fired asep and another person corrected them a sam there's no sign yet whether the change will be permanent or just a flash in the pancake i guess to promote hamburgers i hop is moving its menu a little closer to applebee's grill in bar the chain is also owned by dying brands just like i hop bye adding burgers i hop or i hob clearly wants to boost its business in the midday early evening outside of its usual strength in the morning last month i hop said that nearly half of its customers come in for breakfast bill chapel npr i thought it was going to be the national house of breakfast thought they would do one of those things where you like try to expand you know what i mean we're like yeah yeah we got pancakes but we also got this other stuff so i thought it was going to be the international house bribes and it turns into as a house of burgers and i have to say for every who saying how stupid this is a and how they gave up the whole brand me and give up the whole branding taken down all autumn damn signs they still going to be like you know it didn't that i have to say and gabe i ask you this would you have paid any attention to the fact i have seldom burgers and having the way it did i was the impression that they're already selling burgers just yeah but would you ever thought about like thought about you know i might want to take all those burgers 'cause i gotta say i have burgers cooking them with all with the good meat and stuff like that like i feel like i had been made aware of something they are trying that i wouldn't have paid attention to otherwise we've seems like it's the point.
"bache" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"Well there you go right there yup she's in it to win it she's in it to win it that girl wow okay okay so yeah tangent there let's let's do two up what do you got going this week well my both have to do with with houses you know as i am as i am shifting into this remodel the first is i just got a new door and so i got a new door handle and it is a key lous entry door handle and i am so in love with it i will never turn back really yes because then my kids don't have to carry keys wait how does it work is it like it has a code yeah it's a pushbutton code it's it's from chalet may be the worst business name ever schley yet it sounds like shouldn't something having to do with men in ball sweat any bache leg you're welcome schley it's the sense smart deadbolt and so yet you just enter code so you can give the code it's so great because you can change the code when you need to so i gave it to my housekeepers if i have a babysitter coming i have certain neighbors who know the code and i just i am the person always losing keys yeah and with four kids going in and out of the house so i am in love with this thing and i have to say it's really not hard to change it out on a regular door if you're interested that is like a game changer oh my gosh i lost her in fact i put one now i put one on the front door i put one on the side door and i put one on the door going into the garage so we're just completely healed on his house oh that is gonna save you so much time in stress i nephew jer a good one good one kristen and then another thing.
"bache" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"My one got a his dad bought him a car for graduation and the license plate was three head actually as far as it gets cool was pretty sweet i like that i designed for like ask cap and stuff like that as a production company just to write songs and publish stuff and it much like my old band name recipes was cosby sweater and i don't remember why change it but i did just say it was here speed do you know how do you have them now i don't have one now mike loves julia love be the outcast hooty who followed by actually will say my husband left me yeah exactly thank you conflict here actually in call now the water inside sipping tea i mean everything's checking out right to keep a really insert to this question my husband and i so i've mentioned before he works as nanometer he is currently directing on the show big mouth on netflix they're good everybody should go and watch it but we are at that oh exciting time and being married where we are filing our taxes together season's over i know we got an extension bache and so we are actually incorporating and kind of having to form a production company as a result okay and and and so it's probably going to be what was our hashtag at our wedding which is red deutz forever ratchets forever man it was our way of basically saying we wanted to be married to each other before we had the nerve to say it.
"bache" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"And what was wrong in the picture i just presented which would have been compared to goofs in gallen from the highlights magazines that you always found the dentist office back them goof is first of all would never have taken a tip from his brother who had taken a tip from his tennis partner who worked by the way for the aforementioned bache papa would later learned had no idea what national video was or did are you can find out more in google now than you could find from jack the broker them nestle video made picture tubes and the old days when you got a problem with your television it was usually because to inside the blown the technology left national video behind and went bankrupt and closed doors about five years after pop bought but it been going straight down since about five days after pop i purchase the stock he averaged down too many times tell but i know there was many silent meal because of that day's decline in national video stock there were hosted stocks have chosen from back than nine hundred sixties most weren't that good according to the average but there were dividends to be had and in retrospect what we needed more than anything else was income maybe idea picking stocks because they were going up with the idea of buying stocks in companies and was more suited the door throw at least that bought the hot ones when retrospect they made sense because many were defense contractors we were just beginning linden johnson's build up of the vietnam war efforts it wasn't a lot of fun but in retrospect you know what i learned the most about stocks from two three m boardgames acquirer and a fabulous game called stocks and bonds my father so games for three m back then and acquire was all about mergers and acquisitions and stocks and bonds was a fantastic game about accumulating wealth food risky or conservative stocks these days we have whole fantasy leagues of stocks little taught you more than the board game and it could hold up to this day now let's go back in time and i think and think about what i could have done i when you were bored or grow you play with toys.
"bache" Discussed on Around the Rim
"We knew somebody was going to get lucky right all of a sudden you throw basically a lottery pick level player you know into into the draft in so somebody's going to drop right right and so i really started for fred williams because what she can do in her size i think we forgot that you know we were once comparing her to kevin durant her her role was a little bit different in connecticut but her face up game with her size at six six six five it's just it's limitless so her and also obviously liz cam bache coming back as major for dallas so those pieces and you know that wasn't through the draft but gosh for williams has a complete team in russia that i really think is strong and just to piggyback something that you said regarding kelsey to the fact that she's coming from ohio and we mentioned you know players bringing their own fans from ohio to indiana i think that's important for a rookie important player to be able to have that support and i have no doubt that she's going to have that in indiana a lot of those high state fans are gonna become brand new indiana fever fans and and travel well to see her and see her play yeah no doubt and the fever also got very fortunate getting victoria vivians i'm on that washington was going to snag her up they went with aerial atkins who's been having a fantastic camp and seems to be all that and more for my tibo in terms of pick there but yeah i think i think everybody pretty much what they needed glad you brought up aerial atkins because i was just going to ask you which pick do you think surprised you the most because to me that was the pig that i that i was surprised by i love her defensive presence i love her ability to shoot the three but i'm just i wasn't sure that i would have picked aerial atkins at number seven considering who was still left on the board i mean there was still keen nurse on the board there was still victoria vivian is on the board so i think that he went the right route by picking a guard but i was surprised that area went is high as she did considering who was still left who do you think surprised.
"bache" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"This some like let's go to red lobster i love that i can put his orgasms or thing that everyone should have and it makes me so sad how many of our most sexual and you don't have work yeah if you don't want to get them but like then they have that for you my friend you know my my hesitations and my whole feelings around masturbation entirely stem from the fact that i was raised to believe matt masturbation was a sin sin in the eyes of jehovah god a sin and i remember i learned of god wouldn't want you to masturbate i don't know but yeah no so i remember asking my dad wants why as masturbation a sin because i was like totally on board with like you know fornication meaning sex before marriage was a sin i get that adultery sin god it gayness ooh the worst sin gay bad i get it but like masturbating why and i was even masturbating at the time i was curious and i was like why is master bache innocent if it doesn't hurt anybody and his answer was good i can't wait to hear this that people masturbate to impure thoughts and thinking impure thoughts is more likely to lead you to impure actions yeah is so fucked a hat that is so fucked i'm sorry i know his offended by the fucked i know any god there was an example he gave which is like if he finds someone sexually attractive and would masturbate if he masturbated thinking about them he'd be more likely to pursue having sex with that person and if he was in a marriage then that would be adultery both sounds to me like waiting responsibility.
"bache" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"And just twenty one years old they started working for prudential bache commodities and you know when from their eventually started my own shop and developed some interesting programmes for commodity spread trading and things like that here i am now you know it's just reminded me uh we do the episode with a agreed numismatists uh vince simmons we still got to go down the long beach and am going to make my first investment in rare coins so that's that's another episode in another another conversation but okay so we we've done about fifty bug as episodes in we've had a lot of chats with you know some trim vars and managed futures in what than most people when they think of the word cta which is commodity trading adviser the thing of trend falling but why don't you know for our listeners just to get on the same page what are we talk a little bit about your trading style you know because because a lot of people may just associate managed futures with with one investment style but that's not really the case what what are we get get into distorting talk a little bit about your framework for investing how you think about markets in in what you know your your particular investment stars share so you know people guiding trend follwing all free because you know one thing blow up on things go crazy trend powers make money in it sort at like the opposite a stock investors stock investors lose money when things go crazy in blow up and and you know cpas trend followers they make money so there's not a lot of alpha generation it's basically you know the assumption that things are going to trend to and that's how they make money but there's not that much alpha in that strategy um there some but not alive so we looked at the term structure of commodities.