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"badran" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__
"On and hair have debt jason and concentrate the metrics hudson There the distribution of features distributions of stargate. Or if i have. Sarah today didn't have during the drank at make sure that model continued continuous threats in the same environment. Mr same end abundancy badran's continuous the model. It's have beck or beck is the delay so began to relate the airstrikes bar in this case. taste And from this month the Metric to are antion basically across on this performance. Unless casus is your based and healthy but will you can get the chose data Purpose small delay than definitely needs to recreate muslim. Cr to make sure that model doesn't tend to for example. Our estimate or underestimate our targets. Believe this is for the most important things and of course they ask for a case. There are some statistics of metrics that are relevant this case for for example if you're talking about healthcare or social services again madeira thinks like quality by events were to offer some specific or low underrepresented minutes. Because well it's very important and again gonna just a nice model star general to make sure that the account to own needs for for our audience our main and needs to specifically focus on anomalous d-actually and l. class especially when it's critical charvis against example sent some objects to menu review. You cannot guaranteed high-quality of our model for these objects or made it sound on Some metrics rated to buy Nations thing said this so yeah for some of city definitely can add a logistics deputies have some mic approach and i start thinking about terrorists And if it's not that critical than maybe limit ourselves through service house Quality data. Jason if sheriff is more critical than at mar martin depending on the case another interesting aspect of monitoring for machine learning models. Is that especially if you're using them. For predictive purposes there's a measure of subjectivity and built in potential for error whereas with calculating the amount of memory used by a web service. It's very objective. There's no question about what the number is going to actually mean. And so. I'm wondering how you actually account for determining what the air rate is for a prediction. That might not have happened yet. Yeah it's very nice question honestly. Dispense defied in our trash thresholds and sensitivity. Dancing studies have a lot of defaults on our two right so for example a one can run the report without specifying any metrics Dishonest well so the best way to remind all this judge halls east to analyze historical data and tried to connect the model year. We stay Across for example if you or predict something you spent orioles like. Who's this amount of money. Is if our predicting this month of mine and to try to make sure that you penalized your model or maybe it's you send sentinel on the east it's really makes sense till i believe disconnection between the business and model ours is very important. It's not always easy to Grades connection Together manager. And they discuss how actually the fear but decisions are made on top of models out with until how actually it's the whole quality metrics then. I'm benefits s. Killers have started day so again. Simulating sweden similarites hires lower in this. And she how intense on the rats and decided on detroit's debate heiligendamm your point of bringing in the business users to determining what some of these thresholds are also introduces another point of divergence from traditional server monitoring where that was largely the domain of the operations people or maybe developers and the business users might only care about the the time that it takes for a page to load whereas with machine learning. There is a lot of business. Logic and specifics to organizations needs and wants that goes into the creation of that model in the whole reason that the models being deployed. So i'm wondering how that influences the types of metrics that you are collecting the ways you present that and to some of the overall design and accessibility of the tool that you're building for being able to monitor these models in production at his defense fit in the metrics you just measure advantage Design how to a great by us. Well for all statistical deaths near window for glacial Sensitivity extra tests. Right different this since for from temple. anya merrick. distributions comparison writes all. I want to the nest into historical data analysis a lot because well it's free right. I mean if you made some mistakes are come up the unsuitable in orlando or central time. Busy again hours. Try another abel's parameters entry greeted until your city is outside. So i think that's the importance of historical deities beat underestimated and even wrote the block. decides on the mentoring settings on top of the historical data on how a suggested decorate east. Trust unwise your historical data select all day. Events or issues are moments where you'll want to get alarmed rights so just a label iran's as the dangerous potentially or just interest and then great the mentoring in a way that for all these events you would get the alarm and so those sunken quite restart from. Data is the very nice to apply. State what is your during schema. Make it maybe more streak or less streak ends to check if it suits because if you are monitoring does not catch the thinks that you would like to gauge on historical data. Sandra happened in production. So this is the nice way how again make sure that we do. Not our laws. Our engineers Wrong alarms and the to gauge rhythm. Important things so i'm beneath. The human should be tested on historical data when it comes to different kinds of magic in business metrics on genetic rights anti Again there i suggest to be Make sure that you have something like the rules are of how they're going to react on each alarm or each. Is right and really hit. Grade metrics Only four things that we are all how to gold lease or how to react like this and then you mentioned a little bit some of the types of error that might occur. But i'm wondering what are some of the kind of failure modes for a model where with web application you can see. Is it upper as it down as it returning a five or three air or two hundred but with a model it might not be so clean cut where it might be returning a response and it might be within the bounds and maybe occasionally. It's returning outside of the arab bounds. The of defined as your thresholds. And i'm just wondering if you can enumerate some of the types of failure modes and how they manifest and how you can identify them to be able to know when to take some.
"badran" Discussed on The Media Show
"It's obviously important factor for you to. Yes i think. If i'm makes a really good point of leveling up the media industry as well as and waiter society i think cam does something. It's always kind of slightly up to the media is the. There's a sense that you have to go to london to make it an hopefully projects like this and like national world on the other projects. We've discussed the chew that we're opening up opportunities across across the country for more badran's and not just people who can afford to spend some time in london internship so really trying to open that up across the uk opening up as well for job opportunities wherever you are in the uk. You would argue absolutely. Yeah i think you've seen you probably not recently across at regional media industry. So many vacancies just allow movement. And i think that is really healthy. It's really healthy. To flat channel five the companies are being a little bit bolder no as publishers as of the pandemic and that does create new opportunities. And i think one of the things. We've launched speak on the apprentice program An air days but really looking forward to bring in new people through food industry training and m people bedrooms again may not be as well represented in the past. So am i think there's a lot more opportunities and it's not perfect over gang lawn. You mentioned your relationship with google. A little bit earlier on to some social media might be seen as a potential rival a problem for some of the work that you're doing But you don't see it that way. A knock and the first thing is to differentiate when we talk about silicon valley's differentiate between search engines and social media platforms. So when we let me look like letting lots of people talk about the argument. Google facebook of kind of eating our lunch in terms of appetizing. But that that that arguments a decade old now i think as an industry he's pick ourselves up and get past that so.
"badran" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Underscore on twitter. You can also follow us on twitter at gmc underscore baseball. Give quick shoutout to gmc for allowing us to do this. Podcast for y'all today and we have some interesting news. If i do say so myself. I mean like some really good interesting news if your reds fan that is and that's the reds even in the wild card race. I wasn't sure that they were going to do it already. But they have they are tied right now with the fundraise for that second wildcard spot for very long time. It looked like anybody was gonna catch him but the reds have absolutely been on a roll and thanks to sonny gray they have pulled even in this wild card race so scanning sunan grace pitching line for the reds against the marlins this past friday it would definitely appear at first glance like it was an easy night for him. He only gave up one. Hit over seven scoreless innings and had four baserunners all evening and during a five to three victory at great american ballpark. David bell said maybe as good as he's been all year glove toss the night before tied the badran's for second air for the second national league wildcard spot. Excuse me the david. Bell is is complimenting his pitcher because they had tied them he was incomplete. Command david bell said gray was aggressive with first-pitch strikes thrown thrown to twenty of his twenty five batters faced. He was very efficient as well. Healing needed twenty. Six pitches to through three perfect innings. He only needed twenty six pitches right like i said to throw his first three perfect innings which is amazing he also retired the first ten batters he faced but gray did had to dig deep during one bumpy inning. Escape a bases-loaded jam that could have changed the outcome of the entire game. In the top of the fourth thinning gray put a curve ball on the back burner for that start and leaned on his other pitches right here or in. His last start really included a lot of slider action that he shelved for most of his recent starts and as he continued to work on it against miami he threw sliders twenty one times according to stack cast. He got twelve swings and eight. Mrs that slider was definitely is friend in that fourth inning quote sunny in the best way. Possible you don't know what you're going to get from one day to the next when it comes to pitching as far as what kind of breaking ball he's gonna have tucker barnhart said tonight. There was a clear effort to throw a little bit more of a true slider early. It trying to introduce some we contact. You did a great job and it's been truly awesome as assistant any took a quick two to nothing lead in the first inning. Lead on a nicholas gas us. Rbi single and a kyle. Farm sacrifice fly sonny gray was shoving against the marlins hitters and had it not been for gestures and homes. Line drive single to right field with one in the fourth grade. Minor flirted closer to a no hitter. Things nearly went sideways though when he walked the next two batters and he buckled down and got brian anderson to hit a first pitch cutter to center field. Which isn't home with tag up and prepare to bolt home but other naked and threw a perfect strike to the plate. Enforce the runner to hold up and three bitch sequence of grace struck out lewis brinson with an eighty one mile. An hour slider to escape the jam but it was the pitch to anderson. That gray was most pleased with quote. That's kind of like a newish pitch. Something i've been working on through it with conviction and i got a shallow pop fly gray said and then the brinson that i think i was back to the old slider after that one quote. It's definitely definitely gave me a little kick. Because let's call a spate of spayed those type of innings and those were the type of things that happened me the last two three outings where it's just kind of gone haywire. It's been the fourth inning fifth inning. It's just kind of gotten away from me from their great finish. The game by retiring eleven of his last two a batteries only a catcher's interference call against tucker barnhart with two outs in the sixth inning. Putting another man on base he finished with two walks five strikeouts while throwing eighty seven pitches before david bell went to the bullpen quote. Just kind of based on where he's been where he is the game. Seven innings is an outstanding start. Bill said we have a long way to go. We wanna keep them strong and able to build off that start from here. Gray hasn't reached seven innings. Each previous six starts since july seventh with two into record any seven. Twenty two era in those games. He definitely needed a night. Like friday and gray said it meant something to go back out there and have a pretty clean seventh with the potential to maybe go out there next time and this time getting myself ready to go out there for the eighth inning gray said am. I satisfied absolutely not. Cincinnati routes lead to five in the fifth inning. Thanks to tyler. Neko when drive to right center field for sixteen run of the season which was a solo shot against elis anandas and the marlins pitcher plunked next battered. Kostya knows quickly or quickly. Afterwards joey votto would hit a two run home run right centerfield and that was the fourth time in a row that joey votto has homerun or hit a home. Run after nicholas. Casino has been hit by a pitch. So any broadcasters out there The best way apparently to avoid getting cast janos to at least by kosti is to hope he gets hit by a pitch and watched. Joey votto do it in the next at-bat but though said i don't really know what to make of it. I don't wanna make too big a deal of it. It's a close. It's close team. Guys are really close. I think it's a great way to respond. It's vodkas twenty eighth home. Run of the season overall and his major league leading seventeenth and thirty three game in the.
"badran" Discussed on Kacper Majdan
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"badran" Discussed on The NBA Show
"I would kind of use an exhibit tin on this guy Santio dhamma was pretty. Prominent santiago. adama was a pretty prominent international prospect. A couple years ago was really on the radar For some reason he decided to go to loyola. Maryland loyola maryland. Because i think he had a connection there. But you turn it on and you watch him in the league that he's playing in he shoots an incredibly easy ball for for six eleven guy. He moves pretty well. For how big is. He's a gamble. But i mean he's the type of player. I wish she had gone to a high major program. Because i just wanted to see it but Really interesting player santiao dhamma. Go go check him out. He could shoot it. He's fun. i mean he complex for sure. He has skill if he's not an nba player. He's going to be a high level guy overseas for sure. There's no doubt about that. My bargain bin dvd. Which is the tyler you came up with for. This category is a guy. That i don't have on my top seventy and i had him in consideration on my big for the top. Seventy and that's chandler badran kind of a jumbo-size guard. Six seven out of winthrop played two seasons there this past year average. Twelve points. Seven rebounds seven assists the evan turner stat line badran. He shoots thirty seven percent from three onto attempts per game. Sixty nine percent from the line but his shot is freaking ugly man. It's a gross looking jump shot and he. I saw a quote from him a couple of years ago. Catch this kyle. Okay where he says. He's a righty. Buddies shoots lefty because he thought it was cool. That's that's what he did growing up creative but he's a natural. Righty and i think much like a certain all nba player. I think he is better touch with his right hand. He looks more comfortable with his right hand around the rim. He looks more comfortable passing right hand. I'm just saying chandler badran shoots with the wrong hand. And if chandler badran's switches hands. I would undoubtedly have ranked in my top seventy because his playmaking ability is outstanding. Dude i've had people from teams that have worked out. Say yeah this guy he can passes all over the court at a high level even compared to some of the best passers in this class but the shooting is bad. And with that. Said i'd love to take a crack adam two-way or an exhibit. Ten like you said a summer league tryout opportuni and say hey chandler switch chance and you can be an nba player for ten years. That's what i tell him. And maybe it works out. Maybe it works out. Chandler audran keep remember that name if he switches hands. I his defensive points per possession are pretty solid point six eight. I mean that's pretty. He's got good size. I wonder Yeah i mean that's that's a that's a good one you wanna move onto. Oh my bargain bin. yes you're gonna. I was big on the bargain. Like software like the games at walmart. You go in there. They'd be like in the little jewel case he might find like age of empires. Or you know. Grand theft auto. You never knew what you're gonna find this. Kfc has ominous set. You up for this because you had a pretty funny exchange about this. The the other day My bargain bin. Dvd is a fella from belgium a six foot tin guard from belgium. And this guy is like if you had locked if you locked a six ten belgium kid in a room for five years. And he only watched lamelo ball. Highlights you would end up with friends. Vijay berg aka pmp aka poor. Man's poku kevin. What are your thoughts. On bloomberg he just tweets much he just tweets too much. That's it suites too much for a second round pick. Who's who's days away from being drafted. Why are you responding to mock drafts and big boards and tweets of those mad. I just think it's a little bit too much for a second round. Pick to be doing that and like to bring this back to acting as gm's if gm bolting him down my board and say i don. I want my second round. Picks not to be online. Don't you think. I was pitching this barrier. In mahoney jocks though i mean. Don't you think we're knocking him a little bit for things that we praise coca for. Because polka was pretty similar. We watch him and i mean it was comedy at times account. He's he one. Hundred percent is like off the charts erratic like he but he's a very colorful obviously has good feel like he's he has a lot of that experimental sort of dna in his bask in his basketball identity. You know but he's a big time like a project drafted him you would have. It'd be the g. league. It'd be we're going to work on your shoddy. As like pronounced drift in his jump shot he makes horrible passes but he's very fluid for a guy that big. Yes six ten he can move. And i think you're you call them. Poor man's poku. Yes for manto. Could i think i'm gonna add that Cop in the draft guy. That's a good cop. Because all i have a sasha vizanco off and right now who my friend. Tom western home. A celtics writer said today like who. That's helpful so we need to change that name to somebody more familiar a name from the thirteen or fourteen draft who'd never panned out poor man's poku. I like it kyle. I'm into that. This is i was doing this. This is a fun. Little mock draft exercise. Hope everybody enjoyed listening on green room. I'm curious who's who are your set around sleepers lettuce now. If you're listening live on green room let us know in our twitter respond on twitter less though who your sleepers are who you.
"badran" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Thanks for switching us on this monday morning. Here dave rickards. Emily swat mcguire. And the chang's off the dnc radio show. What about you. did you have a movie. When you're a kid that traumatize you well like you said Scary movies tend to so for me. It was it. Mike donat i only remember them being scared of gutters and falls in the clara belle. Or whatever it's called clowns name clara belle. Anyways office closed couldn't get a single letter right. There's a cloud the lives in the sewer and a freaky out. No doubt yeah. And i remember being terrified of that movie and not being able to sleep for days for boyer was jaws and a ruined his surfing career and sarah any movie for you. It didn't scare me. But it traumatized. I think i've told you before the movie dumb but washer. When i was at all just as soon as that song starts i tear up. Its ruin me. Papa wasn't at the jazz singer for you. Wait what is talking. There's sound coming from the movies. Very confused at all. Very confusing indeed paralyze. How did you know So here's what people are saying on our facebook. Page joshua's watership down. Seems like such a fun kid movie but it freaked him out. I don't know why that would freak anybody on that movie. Talking animals like rabbits talk or something like that. I don't know that could have been the upsetting thing. Elizabeth says the exorcist. Naturally you know messed up movie But as listener brad. Who has the most intrigued. Here with the fox and the hound. What is it about the fox and hound. That would traumatize someone so much. Do you remember this movie. Really vaguely does anyone have the synopsis of the fox. And the hound go ahead. So you have Todd the folks. Todd yes todd. Dan you know like every other disney movie. What was the house name. Craig was hot yet. Todd with vauxhall. I remember name are well. We'll look it up for you while you tell the widow tweet or copper copper. I'm looking at. They're like babies and their friends all not yet because you hear Copper's owner you know chasing seem chasing amami fox in the baby. Fox's in the near big gunshot in the mommy fox never comes back naturally. There's a mother who gets killed blown away. This is in the early disney movies. Were all mothers killed now. We don't kill the mothers. We just make them thick eye. So i would imagine that that whole opening scene would be what what ruined brad. Because it's so sad horrible and then yes later the puppy copper in this little fogs dogs. Todd they badran's and copper tries to save todd. Hunter strained get him. That's gotta be that has to be copper hate. I mean they start out being friends when they're little boys But then they grow into adulthood and they realize hey wait a minute turns out where sworn enemies. I'm a hound your fox. I'm supposed to gang up on you and hunt you down todd. Yeah he tries to be tough guy a little bit star running for your life tie get you. He says this is the same. Brad who says after the dukes of hazzard incident. The all remember the dukes of hazzard incident. Oh this is very upsetting. This is the same brad who was invited over to his very first sleep with all the guys all the fellas i think they were about seven or eight years old something like that and they were invited over the cool guys house and brad was invited over and they were gonna like Make popcorn hang out. The living room watched the dukes of hazard and the mother of the cool guy who was throwing the party noticed. That brad was very unhappy. He was very upset. He was lingering in the corner. She went to ask them. What's wrong and he said. Mommy says i'm not allowed to want to hazard So what you do in a situation like this. You kick the kid out of the house. They can is send them home. Kick him out. He's a reject he's going to ruin. Everyone's fun nope instead. Mother of the cool kit announced to all the kids. Little bradley is not allowed. Watch dukes of hazzard so none of us will lock dukes of hazzard. Brad couldn't get over the rules. That are put down for him and so he ended ruining the party. And never getting invited to another sleepover again. And he said it wasn't until i moved and changed schools that anyone wanted to hang out with me so we took our neighbor kid who was my age and we both went to see fox.
NCAA Tournament East Preview
"Welcome to coincide with greenberg dockage in the south bracket where the number one seed is. Bela number two seaters iowa states. Let's get right into it. John gallagher wild and i like john gallagher. Head coach at hartford neighborhood. Man the neighborhood who here west hartford the neighborhood as the ultimate philly guy. John gallagher is the ultimate dilly guy. I've already got the text from. I've spoken is tipped off banquet a year ago. The dude is certifiably insane in a good way. What he no one is going to enjoy the ncaa tournament more than it. So as soon as they won they immediately went to indianapolis and starts to quarantine and have experienced john. Enjoy it. we're gonna say nice things about you. You're a good guy. And ballard dance so nokes no trepidation about baylor's performance against oklahoma state. Oklahoma states really good people are losing their mind. What at at baylor games. They're playing in the big twelve. They're not planning west coast conference. You're playing in the big twelve. You're planning against other teams that have good players. You're gonna lose games all right. The next game is interesting. Opening round games wisconsin. Why i think he's just not right against north carolina who depending on the day is not right. I mean real simple carolina. You can take care of the ball. Are you gonna make your shot if you take care of the ball and at least get shots up. Then you have an advantage. Except that as we know wisconsin wisconsin's analytics over. Like if you just look at their analytics you would think they'd win every game. They don't give up second shots that will turn it over. They get pretty good shots but they don't play winning basketball. I know that sounds weird. But there's something not right. I think carolina find a way to win that game except the carolina. Jecklin hide reminds of this game. Would you like i like carolina. And this and i look whatever's happened to nate rivers whether it's kobe whether it's whatever it just hasn't been good. I expected more out of him. They don't run their stop nearly as well as they didn't pass they rely too much on one. And frankly they're not a one on one team. And you know what would those big garrison brooks bay. Come and all and bacon's and everybody else you can get into wisconsin. Guards make them drivers into traffic. I think this is a pretty good match up for north carolina. I just think they're better. And i think they're going to win the basketball game and i think they're going to win it fairly big. So if you wanna bet on a game this probably going to have tyke spread. That's gonna move it out a little bit. I think this is the game i think. North carolina wins by double digits. All right to winter is the sexy upset. eco nova plant without conquests. Be justin moore play the other day but wasn't good. They started the set a little bit. You know this is. This is a winter key. May play really fast. I've got a low post lower burns at play him about fifty minutes game. he's really productive. Obviously they got a very good camera. Badran the big six seven kind of point guard because they run the show through a tuck this about. They're extremely aggressive. Pat kelsey really likeable dude. Winter months play fast was gonna try to get into half court who you like. Well i i agree with everything you said. I think winter got a hell of a team. But if this was any other organization other than j j rights organization i would say the winthrop's gonna win the basketball game but you still have robinson hurl. You still have samuels. And if healthy justin moore. You've got three guys. You've got the best three guys on the court. And that always bodes. Well now the point guard situation okay. It is what it is. We all know that point guards at villanova stuff are important. It is the sexy. Pick the five twelve upset all that kind of stuff. But i'm not betting against jay wright and his organisation they just seem to overcome things that need to be overcome when they need to be overcome. I great i agree all right. So now this is an interesting north texas by gurus helmi north texas guards. The crap you absolutely flat can guard you an elite defensive team. They put great pressure notable they then eyeball reversal on play. Two man game with javon Handle it let the point guard and that they are really really good solid defensive team. They turn people over there really aggressive. But you've seen teams like that. Purdue doesn't beat themselves. You pretty has probably i i do. I think this is going to be right down to the wire south because what. I've talked to people today actually. Starting last night couple guys. I was surprised. North texas beat western kentucky. Not because i knew anything about no taxes. But because i saw western kentucky for three games and and they're really good athletic on the wing. Strong tough. I think what you said about the all of the defense bits. Dramatically bad against purdue get up into. They're not the quickest. Get shot team jay nineties really the only one that can i think this is going to be. I'm going to bet against purdue because i think produce offensive analytics put them in the top ten. But nobody's really pressured purdue nobody's really got into them and under wings. Don't take this game for granted. North texas is going to cover whatever the point spread is pretty wins. It the end. Are you got another big time. Texas tech utah state and utah state. Pounds that thing in pain name is cadence a big physical that play a four round. One run actually pretty good motion and so pretty good actions to me. The kid just being an interesting precedent. Don't shoot it as well as they happen to pass but they really defend the top five rebounding They're a very good offensive antiques. Keta against texas tech doesn't have a legitimate big tonight. I mean or cassette said
"badran" Discussed on Podcast Onion
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"badran" Discussed on WTOP
"6 50. Most people don't realize the world's first nuclear reactor used to generate electricity was and is still on the grounds of Fort Belvoir, but not for long. This now deactivated nuclear power plant was online from 1957 to 1973. When it was shut down. The army couldn't just walk away. They removed all the fuel rods. All the nuclear fuel and all the remaining residual liquid radioactive waste. Brenda Barber of the Army Corps of Engineers says components from the reactor were stored in a huge concrete and steel lead lined container but are still radioactive. Now the Army Corps will safely dismantle the reactor removal of all the impacted radiological building components and all the radioactive contaminated soils at Fort Belvoir, Neil or consisting W. T O Penis. And you can see photos from Neil's tura. W GOP dot com Lots of schools in the area about to begin virtual classes, stuff on parents and Children. This's a time like no other in terms of the stressors that we're facing are Brabazon is director of the D. C. Department of Behavioral health, she says. The district has set up a 24 hour hotline for parents in DC to speak with social workers or counselors for help in dealing with all that comes with the pandemic, including virtual learning for their Children, and if they'd rather speak With their ministers. We have reached out and are working with the pastoral community, providing information and support to individuals who are impacted through covert 19. Badran says. Fear of asking for help cannot get in the way of reaching out for support to build resiliency is a parent, sandy coz l W T O P News. Meanwhile, some parents have found new ways to remind the kids to make their beds and unload the dishwasher. There are a couple of ways to accomplish that. Yes, you can program. Smart appliances, for instance, notifying the kids when the dishes are clean, The Wall Street Journal says the maker of Bosch anther Madore appliances launched some moors up. It's an app that does just that don't have fancy appliances. One really smart Mom tells the journal When she comes home from grocery shopping, she commands elected to announce that she needs help echo dots and the kids, bedrooms and the Facebook portal in the kitchen. Blair her commands and that's perfect because the kids can't talk back to Alexa. Sure, Apsara. Okay, say parents except when the kids have lost their phone privileges. Joan Jones w T o p News of the Kentucky Derby Days away, the racing industry now worried about a looming labour shortage, the horse racing world has major concerns about the Trump administration squeeze on immigration. That's because a large part of the sport relies on an immigrant workforce to feed and care for horses, as well as the nation's racetracks. President Trump's visa ban through the end of the year, and the pandemic could really give the sport a run for its money..
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"Keep chance of rain around on Tuesday is one of those days in the low eighties. Some storms in four meteorologist Lauren Records right now. 75 degrees in Washington. Brought to you by new look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. 10 20 India today reported the biggest single day jump in Corona virus infections that any nation has seen amid the pandemic. Reuters reports. India's nearly 79,000 cases exceeds the roughly 77,000 recorded in the U. S on July. 16th, the world's second most populous nation, is with 3.5 million cases. The third hardest hit by the pandemic following the U. S and Brazil, But its daily tallies have exceeded those of the other two countries For almost two weeks. Many area schools are about to begin virtual classes. That could be tough on parents as well as Children. This is a time like no other in terms of the stressors that we're facing. Barbara Baz Ron is director of the D. C Department of behavioral health, she says the district has set up a 24 hour hotline for parents in DC to speak with social workers or counselors for help in dealing with all that comes with the pandemic, including virtual learning for their Children, and if they'd rather speak with their ministers. We have reached out and are working with the pastoral community. Providing information and support to individuals who are impacted through covert 19. Badran says Fear of asking for help cannot get in the way of reaching out for support to build resiliency is a parent, sandy coz l W T O P News. Meanwhile, virtual.
"badran" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Am I am the came out and you know the the blessed banishing ritual you know. Yeah that's what it reminds me for a man. Yeah that's right great thought well less merge those together you know and and there was younger there as well Jansher Within the formula as well and it was good now interesting and but sorry I geometry you and just in the middle of talking about that coming in May ask you within the ritual which qleyle book they First I examination of the carlisle rituals from his manual. The Free Nights Mackenzie It was a very very popular book in the Nineteenth Century and early twentieth. Essentially find it in in most masonic libraries and before you're not to Greta. Legit England printed the official emulation ritual. I think he was nineteen sixty nine that the carlisle book was one of the books that most freemasons us because the cuff rituals. Well not only that. Had you know loads of rituals in that low to high high degrees some some some that can be found in in Delays owes writer seven degrees for example the Scottish right as well you know. assurance disagrees relag raising nice. It's a real mix real classic. Mix that degrees never before been been disclosed so am Adult straightens and became follow on both from the loss right so Israeli and he was with the same publisher against Louis. Masan with with Lewis Masonic. Right crazy great David. Well thank you so much for your company in this hour was great to talk talk to you and looking forward to this new book. I make sure that my people here will no wind. It'll come out and I'd like to finish off with a sentence which is on the back cover of your of your loss to rites and rituals and put that into a last question for you me or state of whatever you want to make out of it and it says the book will also take a look at the last rites rituals along West lost symbolism that vanished after the Union of the ancients that Badran's eighteenth thirteen. So sometimes you get to feeling that by making too many compromises masonry compromises. I say compromise is not not being nice to each other but compromises you maybe lose sometimes depths and quality. I'm not sure if I'm right but what would you. What would be your take on that? Yeah yeah definitely I think with the the a union you know those. There was this compromise between the ancients moderns a big example of that would be the way how Lee the English Royal Arch for example. Yeah I'm with the sold out as on additional degree of full degree really the meldons wins. Only sorry as I completion of the Fed a little continuation of the story. You know I'm I'm with with the Union in eighteen thirteen. The Royal Arts really became A bit of a casualty in in compromise `promise because I mean I've on on a member of the Royal Arch and it's completely different in the third degree. You know. Two completely separate story is part of the same story. But it kind of seems into the future you know absolutely The solvents temples destroyed. And you know he's about to be rebuilt the second temple you know so so so. There's actually a gap in store and all these rituals that go to the book you know all the rituals filling that story you know so what the book was. I was doing the money. With a freemason that was Available for these freemasons that wanted to fill in the gaps. I'm quite quite all on. Officially you know they they they could do these little rituals You know now the the words daring to the to the The main powers that they really you know right. I'm right so they could fill in these stories in filling the gaps and and completely misunderstood. So yeah you know with with with a compromise demise Light Light. They the Union that they were symbols that fell by the wayside. The Christian elements For example would take him out of the original one side. Yeah and So these these comments that people tonight you know from from your for example you know they come over here and they say how different the English relation rich which released from other rituals but with all all things have two sides. Of course. That's right that's right. Yeah definitely well once again. Thank you so much really really enjoyed our talk and thank you and into l.. Good luck with all your ventures upcoming ventures. Let's hope to be back one day here on thermes. Thank you to for today and Indem goodbye to you in the North East North West of England. Yes yes thank you very much for the village in. I'm over in Vienna next week actually boots and only briefly. Okay okay great thank you thank you. They do so we'll Z.. The city Louis say it I own God in that dwells assert song from David Harrison's album Cold walking on water with and by David who was also our interview today. I hope you did get some insight into masonry today but also got OUGHTA interested enough to learn more. For example by David spoke sent his talks you can also find him on Youtube and also this misinformation. I shall give you on my show notes on the website. So don't miss out on that. which brings this episode two of season four or to an end we will be back next week with another interesting talk? That episode will be called the entire magical world and will feature American author of Esoteric Nonfiction Books. aromatherapist and Tarot reader and much more. Judy cut alleged yes. She's a specialist in many fields of Gio cult especially which craft spell casting etc.. I'm sure you're going to enjoy joy for today. I would like to thank you for having been with us. 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Manny Machado, Padres And Orioles discussed on After Hours With Amy Lawrence
"Manny machado five and a half years in baltimore left via free agency returned last night but the badran's and got cheered definitely different and you know who's different a great experience you know it's a bittersweet come back home there are lots of the community myself and my wife we did a lot for this ball club and you know for that for the fancier we're shows love you knows that for seven years while we're while is here so you know nice nice to hear them again shadow homer the padres beat the orioles eight to three the orioles are four and eighteen in june the tigers are four and sixteen in june loss of texas
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"Here's the one two hunter hits it in the air to left field. Curry Al going back. This one is up out another homerun Badran's had not gone back to back in twenty nineteen. Now they have done it twice this afternoon. And they tied the franchise record with their six home. Run of the game calls on ninety seven three the fan. But the Padres not done yet three to Myers. He swings and hits one in the air to straight away center Davis, going back. Back Davis, looking up this, what is gone at a new franchise record as Meyer sent it out to the second level center field for the first time ever. The Padres have seven home runs in a game will Myers hunter Renfro each hit two home runs Austin hedges a grand slam Patras set a team record with seven homers. They clever the Blue Jays, nineteen to four Toronto city goes fifth straight win to move to four games. Over five hundred Toronto's fourth straight loss. Red size going up against the Astros, Houston, Boston starter David price through just fifteen pitches before he had to leave in the first with flu like symptoms who bullpen game for Boston. They ended up using six pitchers. Red Sox tattoo game at three that I thought Christian Vasquez to run single, but the Astros would answer that. After route. I. As he asked have their third walk off win of the season. And they take the first two series of Boston Gabi e seven ninety AM Carlos grail walks out for the Astros, four three win over the Red Sox used to goes for the fourth of the three games sweep on Sunday with race. Justin Burland around the mound. Astras also had to play store. George Springer on the injured list with a strained answering Springer leaves.
"badran" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"This time, you know, I'm kind of old hat. I know we have quite a few people. Those quiet if few be I'm just getting signed up for the workshop in Sarasota, which is wins day may fifteenth. Let me make sure I get the dates, right? I get dates screw he sometimes the Sarasota workshop at Wednesday may the fifteenth Wednesday may the fifteenth then of course, I'm billable Tuesday Wednesday Thursday with Paul yes. And the rest of my team to meet with you in person. And by then we will have a new safe-money portfolio to unveil. So you want to be sure and reserve a spot those spots. I know they're pretty full, but you can still call eight five five six eleven best that we call that the grouper and stone crabs tour, the Texas stock was brisket and Pinot beans. Okay. Groupers stone crabs and of course, Atlanta's going to be the Badran's versus the Braves. That's the. The theme of that trip. And that's the next Tuesday and Wednesday if you like to meet with me during the day at the Omni hotel in downtown Atlanta. Okay. Let's get back to the Intel story I and TC no Intel's important stock Intel is a member of the Dow a component of the SNP five hundred and a component of the NASDAQ. So a big horsemen out there. It's not one of my biggest holdings. It's a small holding that I am in the growth and income portfolio over the last ten years until has been a market beater over the last ten years over the last five years over the last three years over the last one year Intel currently gets a performance grade of a minus where Intel falls short is current value. Relation that. I have not put any new money into Intel for quite sometime. Maybe with this poll back, I'll reassess my my five year target price. But right now, I show into with fifty two percent upside potential from valuation point of view, I like eighty percent of site potential and that includes the dividend yield of two point seven percent. So I find Intel the not be very good value right now. I consider until the just be a hold right now. We'll see maybe this poll back is graded a buying opportunity. But I don't have enough information yet to make that call and of course, Intel's family cousins half cousins second cousins, the microns the videos of the world AMD, sometimes Intel's bad news, AMD's, good news. But AMD is also down one point three percent. This morning Micron is down two point nine percent and video all the usual suspects and video is down five point four percent on the Intel news, okay next. Let's go to Starbucks. The pride one of the great stocks in the Seattle area along with them on. Yeah. I mean that Seattle Starbucks Amazon com. Osco some great great companies up there. Now, I haven't been up to the north west for quite sometime. It's been about fifteen months. Maybe when I was in Tacoma and in Bellevue, and I gotta get I'm trying to do that trip around either the Padres or salmon. Okay. One of the other because I love I like salmon fishing steel visiting and we don't have salmon here in Charleston when my neighbor yesterday, he was jumping up and down Bill Bill come over here. I said what do you gone over there? And I went over there out on his dog. He had about a nine ten pound redfish that he got on a an artificial swim bait, and he's got a holding tank and his dock you put it right down on the holding tank. He says if you want to clean, it you can have it for dinner. Well, I had already planned in. He's going to have to clean it. But those are good eaten blackened redfish. Ilya. And but the funny thing is about that redfish. I said, hey, look, you know, he's got another line that broke off in there with a hook in his mouth, and it was my hook. I guess I lost them the other day these over to Tom's dock and he got him. All right. That's all that works. Okay. Let's let's look at Starbucks. Starbucks beats by three cents. Starbucks a big big company ninety four billion dollars Howard Schultz. I don't know. I haven't seen him lately. But I know that he is far as I know he's still got his hat in the ring for independent run an independent run. He's been quietly. I haven't heard much from Howard Schultz. I gotta say that when I do hear him talk. He makes a lot of sense. He's certainly been a very successful businessman, creating a giant. I mean talk about. One of the brands you talked about Nike and you talk about apple and Starbucks is right up there with one of the great brands of all time twenty nine thousand three hundred twenty four coffee shops worldwide, offering beverages food items and whole being coffees. I don't know that he can go half a mile without running into to Starbucks. You'd be hard pressed. I mean, I go into the supermarket, right? Harris teeter inside the super bargain. Okay. Where can we put another Starbucks? Maybe in my living room. I know Starbucks beats by three cents Shaya vestments. The stock is down a little bit. Starbucks has also been a vest stocks. Now. No question about it. You know, it's not folger's anymore member. Wake up to folger's in your Cup or whatever that Starbucks in your Cup. Ten year performance of Starbucks. Thirty three percent per year. You know, Starbucks is a dividend payer now one point nine percent one point nine percent of the dividend yield you throw that into the capital appreciation, and it's delivered thirty three percent per year. Over the last ten years market thirteen percent. It's had a little struggle though, recently they've had some flat growth, but the still Starbucks currently ranked number two hundred and fifty one out of five thousand and eighty six stocks and my best stocks now database. It's not a stock that I currently own. I have a little problem the valuation seventy four percent upside potential, I like eighty or more, but. If I owned the stock certainly wouldn't sell it. I certainly wouldn't be disappointed by this earnings announcement that they made the two big oil stocks in a what not fan of big energy stocks. Exxon is down to pursue point six percent today. The problem with Chevron and Exxon is they're very inconsistent because of the based on the price of the commodity that they that they dispense and Chevron has also down three quarters of one percent. Big members of the indexes, but not a stock that I owned neither one of those big oil stocks do I own I've got kind of a sleeper. A real sleeper, Paul. Best start with my feature star. I'm not telling you you're going to have to wait until the finals. But.
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"Make the playoffs. That's logs as rollers nip the reds four three message. The Marlins six to five the parades Martin right down at city feel twins trim. The royals five four in ten innings Diamondbacks. Founded the Badran's eight five Tigers stopped the Yankees three one Rangers ripped the Astros. Six four raised the Rockies for nothing. Blake Snell's at it again dodgers trip. The giants six five and the Orioles data the Blue Jays to one for their fourth straight win matching their longest winning streak of last year when they won just forty seven games all season long. Oh, and by the way, if you're getting ready to watch the American alliance of American football this weekend not going to happen league owner Tom Dunton suspended operations yesterday two weeks before the completion of their inaugural season. That's Wednesday, Robert Dole. We've taken a vote in the studio and control room and you're cut off from caffeine for the rest of the day. I can't get the extra foam. You can have the phone not the coffee. Okay. Just the phone twenty one and a half minutes past the hour now on first light still to come online shopping makes history that and more head because first lights coming right back. I'm John Simmons manager of agriculture for Tabasco brand pepper sauce. My family's made Tabasco sauce for one hundred and fifty years. What am I working for? I'm working to stay true. Our family recipe at ADP. We're designing a better way to work to that as you well. can achieve I so butylene what you're working a for highly flammable HR talent colorless time gas benefits that can cause and payroll a petroleum informed like by odor. data and If designed it hailed for people. it can Learn cause more dizziness at designed or unconsciousness that ADP dot com. sheriff Gonzales ADP asking Americans always designing to keep the victims for people..
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"badran" Discussed on KGO 810
"And its wisdom has called. Messaging war, Israel and Iran messaging each other in Syria, and they're using ballistic missiles, and the threat of worse to do it, Malcolm a very good evening to you. And to you this is the war of the north. This is what we've been talking about for as you pointed out for a long time and warning about an and been given advance notice that this situation was escalating, and one of those who has most closely watched this is Tony Badran, right? We welcome have Tony Metron research fellow at the foundation for the defense of democracy. He can span Lebanon and Syria. But right now, I want to speak to this war of messaging. Tony are good evening to you. Iran is testing Israel at the same time Israel is operating under rules of engagement that are probably not that are probably not something it can keep up. What is it? Time line as you watch this. What is it time line? What are your concerns about an explosion? How soon could it be good evening? Tony good evening. John, Malcolm, great to be back with you. I think that there is a sense of what happened over the last few days, why not different in terms of the phenomenon that we've been witnessing for the last few years of, you know, the Iranian bringing in missiles into Syria and building up infrastructure and the Israelis hitting those those missiles and and infrastructures so that that was the same. But what we saw now is the first attempt, for instance, the first it was the first Israeli strike in broad daylight. And it's followed a quite an open endorsement by Israel that this is what they're going to do now. So they backed up their very public statements with direct action. They did. Did so regardless of Russian objection, but at the same time, you saw a new development also on the part of the Iranians is that. Now, they they were able to fire a surface to surface missile from Syria over, of course, it was it was successfully intercepted. But if you look back at the previous Iranian responses, the last one in may, for instance, where they tried to fire some grad rockets that pretty much all failed to even enter into Israeli territory. This time. There was an upgrade both in the quality of of the weapons and the and the ability to penetrate Isreaeli airspace at least before being intercepted. So it's still a failure. By all means on the Iranian side of things, but it is an uptick from what we had seen in the past. So what do you think triggered the strike at this time? You know, there's a lot of talk that Salih money. The oakwoods leader was just an hour's drive away from Israel's border the day before within the forty kilometer buffer zone that the Israeli American Russian agreement barred and intelligence shows that he was he was there just one day before. So is there a connection between his visit does Sulamani indeed feel pressure to prove to the his overlords in Tehran that he's in fact, getting some result for the heavy cost and price that they are paying which some say is is not being. Adequately reported even to the leadership of that's subject to to speculation. But what's not subject speculation is what has been happening on the ground? So what is the pressures on the Iranians that they would launch a strike to clearly was not meant to do a lot of damage. It was aimed at Mount Hermon where they were skiers many skiers from Israel. And and what will this mean for any escalation in the region? I mean, if true that the paper, the equating newspaper where this news of a presence in the Golan was reported is one that usually carries Israeli leaks. So it's so it's this is something that Israel wanted to put out obviously now is it that they wanted to put this out precisely to embarrass the Russians that they are not basically keeping their side of whatever understanding, especially when the Russians complain, and they have been complaining that Israeli you shouldn't. Be striking Damascus airport, and and so on and this strike came a few days after those Russian complaints. So the Israelis basically say, well, not only are you not keeping your end of the bargain. But all of a sudden, we're seeing an influx of you Iran in material and capability from within the territory that you were supposed to be monitoring. So maybe that was the purpose of the leak aside from also underscoring that all Iranian activity in Syria, including the life of the senior commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards puts forth are under Israel's watchful eye. They have intelligence dominance as well as as a sort of air dominance to be able to do their operations, regardless of Russia, regardless of Russian systems, in fact that they've destroyed in the second after the secondary strike. After the first attack on the airport that they hit. Assets Russian supplied Syrian air defenses and not just the old ones. Including the s eight twenty two the Sears. So these are these are, you know, more modern or newer Russian system. So it's an embarrassment to the hit the essay twos. Threes, the SE seventeens. But but would you find the wording of the Russian warning where they talked about arbitrary attacks not blanket somewhat cautionary? Yeah. I mean. Yes. But it's also it was it was only the spokesperson. It was in the in the context of a of a of a presser wasn't really a strongly worded statement by a senior official. I think the Russians, you know, look this rating still want to be in conflict with Russia is Syria by all means. But but what they've shown is that they could very easily. Or not easily nostalgia. But they could bypass bullet to what degree do you think that the Iranian actions are affected by the fact that the s three hundred defense system will come on line some say February some say March, it's clearly not operational. So when people ask why they didn't fire it it's because not capable yet. A firing it. But do you think that that will will have a qualitative change in terms of their actions? No, I mean, look this these new batches of three hundred aren't yet operational, but there are other ones that are older systems. No, I mean, even the s four hundred rushing s four hundred is operational. But it's it's not the I think I in fact, the wording of the Russian statement about three hundred is itself indicative, I think after the strike of of Russia's reticence in this regard. I don't think the s three hundred is going to deter Israel from striking. I think Israel has ways to bypass it. But it's an it's it's it is we're talking about messaging. It's it's not. Just a message to the Iranians. It's also a message to the Russians that that Israel's freedom of activity in Syria is not going to charity. I come back to my original concern, this is an escalation drama. Where's it going? How soon kinetics PLO? What's your concern? What's your date? I I don't have a date. But there's something that people need to understand about escalation and loss of control. You don't just lose control. You don't fumble your way into a war? Right. I mean, you have to make a decision to go to a war and for now Israelis have made their decision that they are fine with this war between wars as they call it a degrading, and and preventing Iran from establishing a certain threshold of capability in Syria. But also in Lebanon. That's the other issue now in Lebanon. This is the other unspoken aspect of things in this thing is happening in Syria their stuff, that's also. Happening in Lebanon. So the issue of when Israel is going to take a decision to take decisive action has to do with when it feels that it's war of prevention interior to prevent things from reaching that particular threshold will have been declared a failure or that threshold would have been cough. But it's going to be a decision. It's not going to be some sort of a stumbling into a massive war. Withdrawing the foundation for the defensive democracy. The war in the north..
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