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The Autosport Podcast
"baram" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Not many But when they have always yeah you can tell it registers with more more than any other car. I'm sure i'm sure it does. Yes now from a race winner to to call. That didn't actually sort of starts race in the end but perhaps one of the most fascinating cars in loaded history number. Five is the lowest eighty twin chassis cars. So you you've got to tell us how how a known winner or even a non racer. I think what you're gonna say but won't lies this car so high on your list incredibly important. My father to him represented everything that the license was about the more he felt Should be about which is innovation and freethinking minimum of regulations enrolls but it did carry inside with becoming more political Mainly because full moon was becoming more money and my father had driven the as much as anybody had because the more money Money he could spend on the cows site He was the first one to lead the the arms race in terms of money which which led to the politics but it's the fast composite monaco. Nf took to the track murphy weeks before the mclaren went to the first growing pre did take to the track box was not allowed to qualify and not really kicks off a A debate which which was tense for a few weeks and then dragged on for a few months. We've got a pile of paper fouts about four foot high of legal documents arguments that surrounded the the most controversial aspect Which was the twin chassis at. The same time is coming up with the first composite monocoque. The team had decided. The twin chassis was the way to exploit the most autographed affects the a Bam scutts which inadvertently actually played into the hands of the twin chassis concept even more but increased the potential advantage. I've more normal. Designs mocked just drag on and on about it with another crack at the british grand prix Be with a slightly modified car Airing and it was looking good than they. I really weighed in hard on the and In the end relative on the car was. And i remember my father shouting to the mechanics. Labs lance hang on the line in the pit lane fights i is. He knew that that was the last time. Three eight eight forever going to be seen. The last time and then mechanics fell fell. The cows converted one of them back to seven spec overnight but some extraordinary story and assigned chapter. Read it because i think it was. It was part of the stress that lamey anybody but look clearly. My father died young. That was kind of one of the things which which weighed him down. Poignant and and Controversial but now look at listen. Extraordinary machine From whenever we get the chance absolutely. I think can separate podcast or piece on that on that house all gonna call. I does seem a little harsh given. Some of the calls in that period were pretty. I mean you had water. Water called breaks. Which weren't mortar coordinates. Drop bags off and it had brabham with its noble. Just change the roy tarpley quite crude ways around the rules and something nice and sophistication. Clever comes along. And that's the thing that gets band but there we go i suppose. But how much potential do you think it had. Do you think it could have been a dominating. The time while with some development may be the. I think that's why the other teams really wanted to see it because having an open the cockpit to lower the right hot in kind of fifty. Quit but to make a twin chassis cal. That's pretty fundamental. So you could basically throw your existing house hawaiian on stuff together anyone's very keen on the idea that we have used in historic merger sports. But it hasn't really offered multiple advantage to say. But as i think that's spoke Developed a little bit like to sixteen in that respects happily we ran into the goodwood festival speed with don collins the longest standing customer and one of the longest running customers forget hell cain and He managed to win the shootout which was just fantastic sur- it didn't ever win a grand prix. But it did manage to win the festival of spades shootout so we got a little wind sticker added to the risk for brit. We're proud of that blanket. Well i mean that's the car from towards the end of of ground effects before it was eventually banned together and you're next on your list. Number four is the is the kind of car that made ground effects happen. The low to seventy eight which i think people forget should have won the nineteen seventy seven world champion. Hands of mario andretti had just had the team not been the victim of development davies. Going angra too often. So this is an unreliability factor. That wasn't anything to do. Voters don't think more about misfortune or the engine. So yeah why wabi. Chasing seventy eight. Seventy eight was the result of Long program of of development which kicked off the father spending one summer holiday lying on the roof of veterans spine pondering for hours and hours than in the evening writing up his his his nice About the design direction but the team should take post largest seventy two Which should carry the team for extraordinary six years at a time when the company was demanding a huge amount of time and attention on the company's resources i think he realized together with tiny rods time to get back to basics. Start with a clean cheaper sheet of paper and Really undertake research and development program to find out which way to go forward. Peter riot was possible. That program having a tiny rabbit. Vrm team realized the potential and importance of the wind tunnel in particular and his pasta. That's a pizza. Took up his idea that he had had baram originally belief of aerodynamic side pups being used wings that enormous by accident in the wind tunnel wing profile events profile under the car between the inside of the cow an track was realized as being the the holy grail of aerodynamics inasmuch as it gave a lot of downfalls branded track really elegant solution was frustrated is with electric seventy eight which was a spice a little bit.
"baram" Discussed on Brain Inspired
"As a result of that theoretical methods that led for all my results. I mean an interesting little fact. is that on seventeen. Eighty one working in sixty four years. And i never hit a brick wall and you're eighty last time we talked. I guess birth. I guess it was over a year ago. Then my birthday is on. So i know yeah. I couldn't remember how long it depends since we last spoke so flies so yeah anyway so i developed a very conservative. Theoretical method which always begins where scores were hundreds of metric psychological sats because it's on the level of cycle psychology of the idea that drives the evolution about brain slip. You wanna understand you know. The architecture that arose revolution have to start with And fortunately the literature and psychology is one of the largest in the history of science over a hundred years old. I the even rate physicists like count votes maxwell and in addition to doing physics did psychology and sometimes physiology one of the things you talked about. Last time was using those large bodies of of psychological data behavioral data and intentionally setting yourself up to have intention Different bodies of behavioral data. That don't necessarily seem like they fit together but you are trying to unify Through principal means Unify and explain how these to you. Know how these various sets of data can hang together. Whoa that is true. But what i take another way of looking at that. Is that if you are true to the to the demands in the day the and i mean the order modeling zoot than have these piles of static curves or this versus that and you have to speculate week. Imagine how would have Dynamically moment by moment in my possibly even conscious mind. And if you do that if she can't do that that's the order molly and back cam to discover principles of organization and those principles in force you into thinking about new kinds of data that you never even for you know the first thing about you. Don't wake up in the morning. Something say hey candid understand outs funds. I mean that came in through the back door came in through a study that we learn to a can recognize interdict objects advance. That a came up through my discovery that resonance or which has become the say the leading of world theory on how learn to recognize an predict objects changing world and willing to say that without embarrassment for all of the foundational apostasy of arts which is aarp through residency happen confirmed by subsequent psychological and biological data and gone on splendidly. Hundreds of. And so. I think you know talking with your towels wants yet. Life or shouldn't is has been so successful and and there. There are some fundamental reasons which are true throughout my work in this case. It's because i was able to arrive. Art in nineteen eighty. I had a very well cited psychological or article that still the leading us journals. I derived from floness baram mance and you know you may know. Einstein at the ticket moorer researching his ford experiments where he used them to help. Drug laws of general relativity soho elevator. From extreme weather experiment. Proactively enough about sonam. That she concede that there are a few simple facts minded. That are really driving. What's going on. And he had afford experiment was about a universal problem of error correction. That is as we're learning out. We honestly correct predicted ariz-. And i was able to show the experiment that adaptive resonance theory is unique ansel just using hypotheses that we all know about. You don't have to be a psychologist for them. We know them because they're ubiquitous environmental pressures that we all experience wildlife. And when number of the mac together are lucien outcome architectures like art and thinking about this comment that the thought experiment. He's had never used the word. Mind or gray right so in a sense. They are providing a universal solution to a certain importance. Facet problems in what i find. Useful autonomous adopt intelligence. You know how we're going to be understanding increasingly during the century Or connie in science and technology we already signs of it to edit to design of self. Driving cars autonomous airplanes. Why but the key point is that you know. I know you want a little about consciousness. I never tried to understand conscious just like you. Don't wake up in the morning and get undestand alzheimer's disease you don't wait come morning of consciousness what i always wanted to understand how we were and you know not the least reason being. I was always a student. That's what i did. I was learning all day signs.
"baram" Discussed on Racing Post
"It a day that you look forward to saturday new market. You're going to be there. Chris and i know. I think i have to take a kid to a party that morning. So unfortunately i cannot get to new market but i will be glued to tell initial happening. He's a great day off of reporters from new market that quite a few times and You know by the time. It comes around and cell. All over the place with james stevens. Being attendance at new america's. I'm afraid i'll i'll be the end of the country socially i'm going to a hebrew county wet baram friday night and show be watching. All the tally woke To your plan finish in jenin Northwest okay riveting stole. That will be interesting to. That's numeric on saturday and your best best of this week leads. That's the final. The final your for you on this monday Podcast james. Your best bet up the week it comes at work tomorrow. I've seriously impressed with pens. Man's chasing baby. You talked Back in another similar rice at work and to be honest. Be really surprised. Wins depends on at work. Tamara thomas of the top item. Afraid lovely. i'll find the for you as chris. Cook is revealing his best fans of the week but every river. Just kasit ridiculous. But there's a horrible messina's dream is entered on. Friday hasn't run since october last year. Who quite an interesting. I mean ten years old. She has not But yeah quite an interesting handicap chaser christian williams day. You go in the pens man for john. Johnny having broken runs in the fourth thirty at tomorrow far james stevens at work. And i'm gonna go to the nashville. Which is i think. It's the four twenty-five atlas dole on wednesday. An old buddy of mine. Who did me a favor. A couple of years ago in the fred winter you think the time has finally come to get stuck into our max again for gordon. Elliot's a. j. madison seven in the carry national. Just two seven and mark was has picked airmax on just tank off his markey's off and forty. I think there is a big handicap in this guy. I thought he ran well at galway mystical for the god we play. He ran in the blazers. I thought he ran well. He made an early mistake and lost his position but said to me he's a well handicap chaser and fourteen to one about our max i think is more than fair for mark watched. So there you go. That's your. that's your your weekly trixie. From my south chris on james. So that's it folks enjoyed across great fun. Thanks for having me david. It's a pleasure. We're delighted to have you james. Great insight mu. What's your week like this week yet. Nice nice nice and busy enough. Yeah looking forward to the weekends. No but it's almost from the weekend. So good is no harder work in reporter in the race imposed james stevens. Am i right. Crest conferences. eleven o'clock. I won't just crawl bay trying to think of what's come up with and james stevens a six stories already on the website. No sure about that. Dj very flattering true. It's true we all aspire to be james savings. So that's it folks. Thanks for listening to our monday. Post cast here. We've reviewed yakov of last weekend. We've given you a sneak peek at next weekend's action. If you enjoy these shows which. I hope you did make sure you raise.
Consider This from NPR
"baram" Discussed on Consider This from NPR
"If you've visited an urgent care recently you might have noticed a busy waiting room. The latest surge in cove in nineteen cases has more residents even those who are fully vaccinated visiting urgent care centers with cold or cova symptoms. That's according to dr elizabeth. They lost so baram. She's the medical director for med stars. Urgent care system and also serves a clinical role as physician at urgent care centers on occasion. She spoke with colleen graphic about the increase in demand at urgent care centers this summer and what that means for staff. I know at least in dc during this delta variant surge. Our hospital capacity has stayed at a level. That's maintainable but what was happening at urgent care centers during this rise in cases so You're right that this delta surge has not necessarily overwhelmed hospitals with kobe volume. The good news is that a large majority of people in our area vaccinated so there if they do get sick. They're not ending up in the yards of the hospitals but they are ending up in urgent care. And there's also a lot of other viruses going around our as v flu etcetera. And every time anyone gets a sniffle or cough understandably they wanna be evaluated because they want to know if they have. Kobe won to protect their loved. Ones to know if they need to quarantine in for their own piece of mind so those people aren't ending up in the emergency room because they're not sick enough to be there which is great news but they are ending up in our urging cares and so our volumes during this delta surge which is really our forth surge in urgent care since the pandemic started has us up to one hundred fifty percent of our typical volume even in our busiest winter months. And seeing that in. The summer is hard for us when we weren't necessarily expecting it and we have certain pockets that are seeing up to two hundred percent of their typical volume in particular southern maryland. Pg county and baltimore have been really the hardest hit urgent care locations for us during this this last surge. Wow and how does this impact the staff at these centers dealing with this on a day-to-day basis. I know that thank you. Healthcare workers was a really big thing back in the spring of twenty twenty and it's kind of died out now But i'm wondering how they're holding up and what the burn out is like. It's a really good question. It's really tough. I think out is prevalent for all of us Leadership it down to frontline front desk associates and medical assistance in frontline healthcare workers You're right that at the beginning. We were healthcare heroes. And i still think that way i address my team as healthcare heroes every day But the public in the community has has stopped that mantra a little bit and and really words. Don't go far enough at this point because when you're working day in and day out exposing yourself and potentially your family to co vid we're seeing healthcare workers give breakthrough cases of cohen. And you're working a lot more hours than you. Typically would not getting the typical summer break in volume that you might otherwise see it really wears on people so we're doing the best we can right and now looking towards the fall which were kind of already and kids are back in school. What are you as a healthcare provider anxious about or worried about so much but You know fall. Winter is typically our busiest time in urging care so with all the other viruses says that occurred during the winter months with people being inside more more likely to spread things. I worry that what we see now could snowball into a fall winter surge volume from other viruses and from the spread of kobe from both kids being together and more people being inside. I'm hopeful that when you look at other countries and their delta surges and how long they lasted and we look at our our own trends with delta and cases that may be this surge is starting to plateau or even decrease and we'll go into the winter with a new nater which could help us but my fear is these kind of go on top of each other and lead to an even bigger surge so we can't handle. Thanks for joining us for consider this. Listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm talking to wilson..
Deck The Hallmark
"baram" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"What's likely to start sentences dot know where you're going you'll get their one day a lot of fun close out sale guys. Let's get to the way what i think. There's a couple that we could pick up off the floor dust off and uses owns Pana what she got caught. I talk about the bear tracker. Because i am mayor drinker tracker at one point. The guy who who owns whoever company says he says what is this. Just a magazine. It is To what they do they're researcher. There's something it's journal a medical journal for what they have a bear tracker they do have a bear charge because they're trying to get data on bears. I knew that much well. He says this isn't that dude in charges in these movies. He's stone cold fox. Oh he's great. He just shows up in these movies and never as romantic interest. Don't crime against humanity that guy that none of the not homework actor ad from a look standpoint. Wow he got better top five. You got better name five ryan pavee. Yeah tons okay crisp la okay andrew walker. Yeah i think so you think so. You think andrew walker. I think you know what i i would put this guy right there. Gosh i haven't with the big big dude in five star vic webster. Yeah i have him with him. He is kind of a risk. Yeah yeah i. I think he is. I think he's he's not as universal as i think. Some of those things don't know he's he's pretty. He's pretty good pretty good looking. He is We have our own bear tracker here on the show. We just larry larry. Maher tracker He larry. Larry we sit you to piedmont south carolina where you said you wanted to go because you hear there's and i got this bears and some good eating I don't know what is or what that's about but if you could explain we're paying you good money I'm asking you look time about that. Understanding what talk about that if i understood about that fun standard what. I was art about what you understand all right. Nothing's right backup. We send you out to track bears because you sold us on us needing a bear tracker. We've got you one. We got one but you requested to go to piedmont because there's bears out there and good heaton. we're not paying you to go places with good eaton. That's my question layer saying. Can you say y'all y'all looking big. That is not english. Saying you know the big. Yeah no i agree with that. I'm a big guy way you go. You know everywhere i go. I'm eating. yes yes now you get on the client payers. You're not supposed to be eating. We go make he does know larry. You're fired not trace hang up. The phone larry fired. I'm here. you're not here in the studio. You are in piedmont on the line. Explain this then how. I don't know what his know either win there though. He's a good dude. what were you saying. The boss says everybody reads their watches. The bear tracker he says everyone says everyone. Kids i just and then she is absolutely certain. After the bear photo was posted to alice's absolutely seen it within a couple of hours of it being posted like like because she loves bear tracker. Yeah but the only all everyone says everyone reads bear. Tracker everywhere trackers keeping the whole operation flow is what it's paying for the lab and everything it is. It is what it seems like. I've never been more concerned about the safety of two individuals in a hallmark movie from an outdoor competency standpoint. Oh yeah he is in fact i. It's it's borderline. I get that they're trying to make her funny. It's borderline unbelievable. How bad she but she doesn't know how to use an or yeah. I'd say so. She thinks about putting the ten over the firepit. Yeah like that's another thing like you know. Everyone knows not to do that. That's just gotta poet laureate with you to help down. Oh my god. And then finally i do want to mention the bear seen. Oh can we please is this. Here's my question is seen better than the other bear. One that had aaron creko that movie. Do you remember that erin creko. There was a bear seen in that one right erin. Creko in like doers or the west one zero zero. This one's better. This better is because they're well. No there's one shot of the bear with him. That is cgi in this movie. The rest of the bear shots are just stock footage of videos of bears somewhere else. Yeah great it. But they're different like if you look at every it's a different scene could be. The bear isn't like good guy but someone fired him. No but he wouldn't know this brand larry's a bear tracker. He made it very clear. Track bears when he finds them he calls up and i want to say what he says. Got another one. That's what he says. He says he says got another one and he ran. Larry saw booby so moving. I saw one boy. It was a big boy big boy. It's a segue Say it's the same here. It's the same is the same bear. I'm not arguing that same beer. I'm larry biggies go down to the biggies. Go down there and get the big de j. Milkshake milkshake number five. Milkshake number. five not arguing. The bat better nokia he gets he combined the police and the lubega bit. Kalisa lubega just woke up from a coma they're like somebody mentioned I'm not saying different baram saying that you'll look and the stock footage of the bear. He's like right next some trees and then you look again. He's clearly a bear in a different location isn't bad it's really really bad. And so in the mueller up. It's just cgi bad. This is they've cobbled-stone together stock footage of an actual bear in different locations. And you're supposed to believe that the bears in the same location. Which is why. I would suggest to you. This is the worst bear that we've oh it's bad it's bad. I think this is the worst one. It is immensely off pudding. I really wish homework. Just give up this this stick that they occasionally throwing. It's not great. The bears hallmark give up or bringing a real bear. Show some guts leering. get you one. we're not doing it. I got a couple boys. If you don't mind she walks in. I do want to really quick since we're talking bear. Before i dive into what.
Tha Boxing Voice
"baram" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Are you on box. Recco backs iraqi. Though all right here we go. Let's see crawford last. Fort kell brook okay. Last year in november. Oh wow so. It's coming on usa. He'll be out of the ring. One full year. And sean last fall against for melleray and that was john sebastian for mandla. Oh he's been out of the rain a year and one month. oh better. get mako Hey it's even they both been out a year or we'll be out. I mean obviously crawford would be out one entire year. Imported would be out You know thirteen months. Let me excuse me. Fourteen fourteen fifteen months or so. He completed his ear in august. Where in september that's on. He's on his thirteen month. October's fourteenth november would be his fifteenth month out of the ring in a profession about that brings things slightly into perspective. But you know at this level. He made it clear on his podcast. He wanted no tune-ups. He was only up for the big fight. So i'm just excited. You know we got twelve more days whether they're fake or not This is a good sign or a sign that shows. We can possibly get this fight at the end of the day and it's a good welterweight fight. It's a good welterweight five. The needs to happen. And i mean look man. We've been doing this for so long that these are the kind of things we wanna see. Man we wanna see you know Arum by baram of top rank and see job with with al hayman be able to negotiate a fight without having to go to purse bid man so that the likelihood of this happening again can be higher you know if the probability of these sorts of you know mix and match fights between two separate promoters can continue to happen. You know I it can definitely elevate the sport Because here we got crawford porter and you know winner out of this you know. Obviously if if crawford wins report wednesday they have to deal with virgil sometime soon. If that doesn't mean that they're going to go on to unify with whatever other welterweight is available. So you know this one getting off means that the other one can get off because other one is what another entity as well. The other one is with golden boy promotions who promotes the young virgil ortiz. The welterweight that will possibly be the mandatory here in the next twelve months for this. Wbo bell He can choose to go a different route. Never know if he gets highly ranked in another sanctioning body But chairman you just would want to see this one. Get off so that we can continue to do this. You know It's the only way the sports going to grow. You know the other day just talking now out loud with other panelists and in fact there in how much we have to spend to b boxing fans. You know it's so fragmented. We got so many different apps and in streaming services and watch on showtime. No watch it on zone. There's a fight on fox in. Oh there's a fight on fight. tv you know there's independent pay per views. It's it's crazy. It really is crazy to be a boxing fan. Like the fights are all over the place man and In time like this where the sport is so fragmented they need to make these big fights like like porter and crawford you know and and wilder in fury. I'm hearing dillion. White is supposed to fight jemaine. Franklin man i don't i don't know that that's the fi- you know. Boxing is so strategic. Right like like diliah. Why is gonna fight jemaine. Franklin franklin has been out for what two years ankle covert. it's crazy man But he's a name he's offering to pay day. You won't pay day. I know that and franklin's already signed his side of the deal so he's all lynn. It's just like you know if you don't know nine about boxing. The boxing is fine man. But the minute you know you just you know you get let down. Sometimes i mean i is jemaine franklin even might ranked no. He's not no. He is not in the top fifteen of any sanctioning body but daily. Why does absolutely new middle dress. You know in the ring right behind deontay wilder and anthony joshua so. I don't know it's not like i won't watch jemaine franklin fight but i just i just i just wanted. Whoever the opponent is to have the same shot you know Franklin is legit. Been out the rain all my guys since that show box by with pile siwa in twenty nineteen october fifth. Twenty nine teen.
Tha Boxing Voice
"baram" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"V. What's going on ladies and gentlemen. We are back with another one with all the excitement in the world back like his friday when it's really only thursday officially pass hump day. It's previews and predictions day for this weekend's action which is only jake paul. I don't really know anybody else other than us. Who's going to be covering the myrtle beach mayhem. Show with big zoa alonzo butler and aida bigs storm born and obviously the tv crew callin all the action but What's going on ladies and gentlemen. Hey do me how are you. I'm goodness i'm happy to be here. I'm sure you are mario. What about ju. I'm good working do thing. Oh good to hear that. And we're all here. The whole crew is here this morning. Not solo dolo scarface. No manolas devante davis versus her orlando romero. The self proclaimed this evers probe alto doron. What's going on. This is something that talked about in the past something that i've been extremely interested in well. It looks like the wb. The wretched sanctioning body is trying to gain some sword of favor. Some sort of favor do boxing fans and they're they're allegedly getting rid of some of their world titles now a first on the scene with this breaking news was jake donovan. From boxing. Scene dot com. We're going to have j. donovan on the show at nine thirty a. m. His article is titled the wpa eliminates interim titles effective immediately. And obviously this news really ran through the community. Everyone sending everyone links and talking about it. I had an affair conversation with my good friend. Simpson lewinsky vich and samson had this particularly to say and he went on the record it while our conversation was off the record he said you can quote me on this and You know mr samson believes that all the press is happy but none of the boxing promoters are happy with the wbz eliminating belts. Neither are the fighters. So that's something that we must take into. Consideration other fighters upset that they can no longer win an interim title that they can no longer be an interim champion that they can no longer increase their pay. Because truth be told you win. A title you pay goes up. So samson says all of the press which is the media the bloggers the youtubers. Everyone would a platform. But none of the promoters are happy which are by baram heyman boxing. Llc match room all those guys they cannot be happy because obviously these promoters and managers get a percentage of the purse and that person's is greater when you have a world title on the line so again none of these promoters are happy with the wb eliminating belts now. The wpa has not said they're eliminating the a gold. It is just the interim that they're eliminating and i'm not gonna try to give you too much detail as we will have mr jake donovan. Who is the main person to break the news So according to his article the number of recognize titles in the sport is set to dramatically. Decrease there's a number of champions that have been dropped out of the wnba interim titlis position if we go to the box invoice dot com instagram. We have a list put together for you. So you don't have to look heavyweight. Donyell dubois has been dropped as an interim titles. And you know what rightfully so. How do you get your broken in your first true step up like it's everything else was developmental. This was the first time you get in there with someone that could be considered on your level where he above your level and you failed. And that's part of boxing. No knock on him failing. But how does your next fight because you beat a guy. That's coming off. A loss you become an interim title is so these are the mistakes that the wb makes. So daniel dubois has been stripped cruiserweight. Robin crash nikki. I never heard of my men. So thank god destroyed them. If you have a bell and we don't know you you didn't earn that dealt the right way. There's no way. A champion becomes a champion and hardcore bikes. Fans don't know who he is at. Middleweight chris eubank strip thankfully another dude. That doesn't deserve it. He's never been real champion. He's never won over legit world title. You know i b. Oh i love them. It's not recognized is considered the fifth the other the other greenbelt so many different phrases. So chris eubank never won a major one of the major. Four sanctioning bodies. So he's been dropped from the interim titlis standings because those belts that he wins has him believe that he's a real champion has acting sometimes obnoxious. Let's be real moving forward belto. He also has been dropped. This is a dominican and again he's been dropped. He's been job. He was supposed to fight romero. Once upon a time i think in that never happened orlando. Romero also has been drop. Chris kober also has been drought now. We're waiting for jay donovan of boxing scene. So that he can give you the exact details. But the way i understand it. The interim titlis have been dropped from the position but they have all been made mandatory challenges to the wb a regular champion so they still have a super and irregular. All the interims have just become mandatory to irregular. so i'm going to take you to the boxing voice. Rankings just to show you how we got so the title of.
Stories Philippines Podcast
"baram" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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Rock N Roll Archaeology
"baram" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Now. All the all the one thousand nine hundred six. So that's hence the. Because i mean th there is grim realism. What he's saying in a way but it is also an acceptance of baram something he just proves that keeping the summer live album point and He's very enrolling role in the band is basically part time member. You replaced wilson his job but he. He spent the next twenty years coming going. The bible very peculiar sort of way unsuccessful. Summarize wasn't he wrote. I write songs. For barry dave custody. He produced the debut album early career. With terry melcher as bruce. And terry bruce. When joel them with know this infamous story that bruce johnson and kim fowley went down to dolphins of hollywood. We've not in hollywood and saw john dolphin hip mud by one of his song royces. You wouldn't know that meeting students but he's interesting you know i mean. He was born in to enormous wealth. Of course so. That's a strange fact here in the story songs on on these two albums that we've been talking about. Some of his songs always sounded a novelist. Disney go right injury sound like they belong in somewhere else some like carlo design alongside russian sense that comes in with him. Brush david kassian. People a subset of what probes the beach. Boys were it would have this. he's very. He talks about relationships in the band. He's been trying to tell to tell. Not hundred sixty the evans. Wonderful whilst you come to listen saying so don't believe it while he's he's keeping summer live is desperate title for an album isn't it. They did a lot of absolute was huge. Huge was the endless coppola with american graffiti. Such kind erode commercial here a second clip. Dennis isn't.
Tha Boxing Voice
"baram" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Yeah considered a flat tire and boxing. I'm more interested. I ain't driving the vehicle. Boxing interesting september eleventh then ask versus victim belford yet. I don't even know victim. Belford is I'm interested more in the younger fighters like you said marquee names. I liked the Cambozola lopez. Fight like. I'm want that you. Yeah i wanna see that man. I wanted to see kamara. Why don't why don't we want it. Because they took too long to give us a man that was a mandatory like. Why are you taking so long to give me a mandatory. Do you save for housing. And you can't get into your first trial you just give up. You don't wanna know more. I mean just think about it this way. If we don't get it right now is okay. 'cause you know porter crawford would been supposed to have been is like the second time they ordered it should see. I didn't even know that that supposed to happen. When these mandatory is just weirds red flags. You know what i'm saying when they take longer to happen. It's like it's mandatory. You know this is something you got to do right so you mean that like something in the back is going wrong. I mean obviously finances. You know something that it's got to be slowing things I'm i'm also interested in the You know deontay wilder tyson. Fury fight Who else is fine. Pvc i'll know there's a big one. We got the pack. Ya'll ooh guys fury while sticking into the topic of plant and nello topic do you. Do you expect this fight because this is just like headlines. They're ordered to fi- oh they gotta bid you know do you do. You is going to happen here. Expected i just think that shampoo wants more than he can get. I mean not more than he's worth but he wants more than he can get meaning what they're gonna offer him or could afford to pay him. And i think because of that he won't get the fight because like you mentioned earlier terence crawford. He's three point five four and he's been getting that against top rank opponents stablemates and He's he's probably comfortable and dingoes into purse bid because shawn porter needs his payday for sure for sure for sure so. I'm expecting that it happens. I hope that it does. This is a good fight for the boxing community. Go fight for us as boxing fans right so i don't know happens. This is a big fight. Tough fight on track right. So i'm expecting it to happen. I'm expecting if it doesn't happen that it'd be the money but you're like i don't know but why don't you know i mean there's just two separate sizes street is like if you're gonna make happen. Why negotiate like if you bob right like this is something you don't take short. Take this is something you don't know as a casual so this puts you in a better negotiation position right. You're hypothetically by baram. Your fighter is terence crawford. Why wouldn't you make a deal with me. I'll hayman knowing that if we go to purse bid your fighter now no longer has a contract rematch. If you're not gonna negotiate before going. A purse bid the champion connects for a rematch clause. Because he's the champion if we go the mandatory route and used the rules and regulations. I don't gotta give the champion the rematch. Because i'm the mandatory challenger so to me it's like by bob. Going purrs bitty shoot himself in the foot. Now he doesn't have to because he could be ness. Whatever i believe in coffee. He's the greatest fight in the world. Since floyd mayweather and that's why don't care about rematch causes but i would say. Yeah that's what you said about loma chenge and nco beat them and you crying. The on wanna go marine match so you see how that work the zero is different serious. Con loma both fonda. Brank if puerto beats crawford he out with the belt. No rematch clause if puerto beats crawford. Crawford is out nobel no rematch nobel. No rematch. So that means his three point. Five drops tremendously tremendously. He becomes like the hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Listen listen this is the worst case. Scenario for terrence he fights he finds porter on he finds porter and loses breath. He's a free agent when nobel he added real man. He's got history. So why would i. I'm just saying it's already bad and hard to get him. A fight. imagine he loses supporter on a on a on a purse bid. So there's no mask goes now you lose your bell and you free edge because this last fight with top rank year but then he signed to pbc right. I mean do. They want to puerto beach. You why not mean. They could get nice rematch. But you'd do. They want him though. If i was. Pbc and my guy beat poured terms crawford uh and terence crawford's of value drops significantly. I think that you know not in a scheme ass way but the carrot on the stick is dead to reel him in. You know what i'm saying. I mean listen it but out on sign everybody you you right you right. He could sign him still even over laws. Look they signed. Elvis rodriguez the dominican. The top rank cut you know. Pbc santorum this another fight at a top brand cut. Pbc sign carlos adamas top-ranked cut some signs on antares crawford name is rings mobiles than those two names things more bells than those names. But i mean you know you still got al. Allow like a businessman san himself man baba dude on pay per view pricing. So so you got all that factors like yeah he great game but because this is though is news it was because he was getting the three point. Fives and the top rank world right. We call that the bob arum diet. He was just making money off that getting his nutrients offer that menu for now. The people know the people. You're saying you're saying it was. It was the opponent like if you put them in with a better point he'll do better numbers. I think that yeah better opponent opponent and a better promotion yeah. True cancel guys was a top brand. Do day cut to andy. Y- oh al resurrection. All top-ranked cut careers. Gimme indie will resurrect him. He became unified heavyweight champion of the world. Gimme gimme guga's. He became super chance to pack out. Gear who else in crawford. We want them. That's crazy. you're turning the minute. He just picked up elvis. I wanna see what they do. Whatever's rodriguez not presently rodriguez for this. I mean yeah. Because i think they cut him unjust man.
The Essential Oil Revolution
"baram" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"It can be used along with newly or rose If you have broken capillaries which can happen around the nose. The cheeks And then like for cellulite. So for that's what. I was talking about earlier for assault scrub for cellulite. Cyprus limb and juniper berry Doing salt scrubs To help at least a either prevent or at least make it look more better appearance Cypress's used in that way. So it's one of my favorite For oily skins. Okay so franken sense. It's just an amazing oil to us. just in daily skin care like to help with a that cellular regeneration soothing. Any type of irritation. Kind of Considerate protective I do have that note. Post post operative wound healing wants. Sutures are removed. And i share that. Because years ago. I had a student. She had a mole almost where i have mine And she had it removed. And it had like one suture in it. But she started using this cream with frankencense senate. And it actually healed over the suture Was not a good thing so so yeah so. I always Frankencense is really profound. I mean now. They have like you know. Self-defense dissolved in the skin in the tissue. So you know that that might be more common these days especially on the face but that was you know. Twenty five years ago so Any half distance just to kind of new to self If you are working with Anything that were. There's been surgery You may want to wait 'til Sutures do need to be removed. So frankincense is awesome. I go to with people who are having a lot of black heads issues with black. I'll put it in the cleanser all use it in a facial oil and it does seem to prevent a black kids from forming geranium Only have a few more oils to go. So a geranium pallor ghanaian asks baram. It's the rose geranium even a just a pallor goheniem species of dreamy. ms fine to Geranium is more about like it's an astringent. It's good for that oily skin useful for teenagers. Who are having a hormone related. Acne happen it can be put in creams and lotions and cleansers as well In gentle exfoliating Yeah so i would say kind of my main point of geranium would be. It's a stringent. it's it's it's kind of Yet we're there's oiliness to the skin and where that oiliness can potentially lead to a bacterial infection like with acne so Yeah two beautiful oil. But they keyword. I always think of with geraniums about balance. So if there's hormone related skin conditions geranium might be the oil that you choose simply to help with balancing out Like sieben production Specifically also go to oil for dandruff and along with tea tree and then geranium since we are heading into the summer months is the one i most commonly used in bug sprays and it also has some research supporting it as a tech repellent Adding into that kind of makes sense to me since it is such a strong smelling oil. You know like some wheels are a little more subtle uranium to me. I always kinda hits my nose really quickly as yet just the sheer strength of that. I could see that potentially being a deterrent for wound. And that's an important thing to note is it is really potent essential oil so if you are making your own facial oil you only need a few jobs of geranium because it it'll be powerfully effective and sometimes if you use too much it is it's like repelling. It can create nausea. Give you a headache or just be like i don't want to use it. 'cause it's it's too strong. Yeah so less is best with geranium moore is another one that's commonly used with the skin so it is a moore. I think of it's useful for dry skin conditions. Where there's like you know just drawing on the skin or yeah two beautiful essential oil to work with pomeroy. Another one cellular regenerative Anti inflammatory beautiful oil to work with. When there's a bacteria fungal like nail fungus or bacteria caused by acne to put it even in a cream or lotion or facial. oil palm. Russa has a lot of really beautiful uses for the skin. And then if you make your own deodorant It's one of those essential oils. We recommend To it helps because of its antimicrobial activity underarm odor so rose rosa day. Messina or rosa alba. Both have just wonderful benefit to the skin both for oily skin. Mature skin wound healing. It is preventative to wrinkles. Mostly through its antioxidant activity And then of course rose is kind of like neurology where we can also deal with any of those Emotional emotions that can arise from skin conditions. So it's just you know about compassion to support self esteem and self confidence self acceptance on so although it's an expensive essential oil It could be incredibly beneficial when people are you know again. Working on a cellular rejuvenation are just kind of want to take care of their skin. Also have that bit of heart To it as well yeah. I've heard in a role in rose compared to each other quite quite frequently. What would you highlight as. Maybe they're they're distinct differences. Like when would you use rose over Neurology and vice versa. Yeah i mean. I think they're very similar. They're both really kind of have an stringency or a to them. But i would say whichever one you have but rosie now. Roses like considered the the mother or the grandmother of essential oils. So i mean. I feel like rose has a bit more of the heart centered nece. That could really play a role in in the that emotional aspect the skin. But i mean personally. I would use them interchangeably Rarely use them together due to their cost So i would use one or the other. And yet i mean they're both stress. Relieving rose has a couple of benefits like on a cellular level helps the sal in our skin. That rose stimulates and it has to do with the collagen which collagen md last in fibers. Collagen is what alaskan is. What gives us the ability to pull our skin. Collagen is what helps the skin. Go back you know the held in place. So rose would be more indicated Up with specific to the skin with with mature skin. And this was the i think. Yeah this is the last essential oils. So yaro achilleas mila foley. It's one of my favorite essential oils. Another blue essential oil though. There's some yara that's not blue. That doesn't have comanche lean But again for these implementations dryness itchiness.
The Autosport Podcast
"baram" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"I i. I'm a little bit older than You'd see we're not and my best memories of formula one of very very hazy from seeing a couple of clips on tv in nineteen seventy three Where it was. The p one sixty was still and going on third. What was his third year at that time was and with quite an exciting driver. Line-up patchy nikki louder cleric at sonian jumping twas. The mobile liveried causes. Well say just as a kid just stood out so me and loud it was oversee exciting driver. I'm sorry my ashi so formula one for real actually being at attractive is the seventy four international trophy and those p. one sixties become the green and silva mo to liberate ones might molly memories of them as a kid with as a as a team that was responsible but as a kid. I didn't know the background. In the graham hill side of things or anything like that either over the following few years just became a bit of a laughing stock in your can remember in seventy seven Went to grow and prays with. I am with my parents. That the british in that dutch-grown pre inde- they didn't get three pre-qualifying either of them. Say say for me i was just th that peak was a little bit before my memories as as a kate If i was if i was sixty four other than fifty four. I'm probably have a very different view on them better. I mean the the p. One sixty was a was a good looking car. They all wear at that time. In my mind when i when i look and when you look at pictures from from the air engines sounded nice. I remember because it was still the v twelve and up until the last knocking the team. The engines point is that amused me as well Marcus in the pace is tiny. Said to me that you reckon there at twelve v twelve engines that he thought the team had wall he was there and he thought the body and by the time he left and he left the only nine hundred. Seventy till midway through seventy two. That was probably only one engine that didn't have a hole in the blocking and needed repairing because they didn't build a new may just patched up the old ones. Obviously that didn't help with with redundancy going forward. So yeah he had interesting things. Asya about and louis stanley who you thought was trying to push. Enzo ferrari but without pap. Certain key attributes. Enzo which helps to explain. Bail rams declined in the nineteen seventies. Which driver was found out. We louis stanley because he said the car would be quite good if you had a cosworth. Oh i'm not sure who that would be. I can't imagine pedro jo. Say that but i can imagine. Jackie oversight sicily. I can imagine inside but actually south guy was more powerful ability and working out. They needed to get more oil flow through it. He has veto wasn't bad. He said in seventy seventy one. It was probably on a par with the daffy in terms of power. He used it as he couldn't use it as a stressed member. Fdic but it was semi stress. And he said yeah kind of fitted enormously. It wasn't really big problem. So fell nineteen seventy one. It was just the right level of pow reliability. Working in the car that they could they could take on pretty much. Anyone except except jackie. Stewart in a really but i think you probably bringing in dr factor there as well you did mention there so the decline of baram. They went on a bit of a splurge strong. Get as many cars out as possible not seems to really have. What do you think they could have done. Just focused on. Maybe two or three entries time. He was funny about that as well. Because he said the hayman and pontiac basically anyone else in the team Told stanley that they didn't want to run. Five cars. you drive is but some of them are quite good health. All was was pretty quick of see nikki out academy later as a as a pedro pedro. It doesn't necessarily mean terrible but also obviously it does spread your resources all the roth in but he did say that there was one race. I think it must have been seventy two where he persuaded into. Ron three five and he said all three of them bright down any way which they might them look because they couldn't get the three calls running properly. He did say there was one race. We're having gandhi cable. And he said off. So i had enough completely forgotten what we've done to the car. What we trying because he been having the other the other full calls coming in and out of the pace and he completely lost track of each car he said in the end they had to have a dictaphone within. Wasn't tom food pad. Let's just say ganley state for the race brings next car. And then he played it back through himself to try them involved himself. What was so yeah chaotic. Really that and he said at monaco. Nineteen seventy two. I actually ran three different models of in. Because they were they ran the p one five three for the really rubbish pay drivers and then if you're really good in that you got a pd one sixty. That's what happened with marco. Because he was caught quite good and then he. He tried to dissolve when he read us. Veto wasn't gonna get updated for seventy two Southgate tried to go that radical with the p. one eighty which she said was he went to radical with it and it was a bit of a disaster but yet a monica and seventy two. They were trying to run three different models for five different drivers. Which boggles really give team. Probably the debate tenants. Well people actually working on the cows. Anyway think muslims fontaine would struggle with that tonight around three different levels. I mean if if some of the pitstops we see during of wet dry dry wet races around guy. Can you imagine the kyle's at the scenes as which ones go lottie. Tell us now. I see stars. Or george russell's that another three calls coming in a minute another interesting point that i liked about the features that john surtees is instigated this revival. But he's not there to reap the rewards. What thank god for his mind when he saw all those calls having success while he was bothering he was very much focused on his own surtees operation. You know he's tame which actually it wasn't yeah wasn't bad they never quite won a world. Champion chrome pray. But he did we non championship races and they did run towards the front on occasion. So that point all. I can't imagine john say to the person that would have been too worried about that. Moved on from one thing. The one thing to the next i mean yeah. He used to walking out for our in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Sure my certainly would have won the world championships. Always leave him. Ram at that point was small fried by comparison to go to the f. Actually just leave before you see the rewards to see such a such a cathal really is just a bizarre charge may was very much his own man. John say to. You won't on lotus when. Ill kicked off within this island because colin chapman wanted him before he wanted jim clark and he got fed up and didn't want to get involved in that he wants to do things his own. Wii quite amazing. Actually that you lost it. Florio's long as as long as he did. I think enzo ferrari probably respect. It's someone who's is firm and sure of himself as a surtees wars and oversee were these.
The Jim Brockmire Podcast
"baram" Discussed on The Jim Brockmire Podcast
"I think we might have been like a mad porsches porsche and i was making a left hand. Turn onto outpost boulevard in la off mulholland. Drive and i did. I turn in front of a car. That was coming at us for almost killed in when i was doing that same job. Rick do commend the comedian bar. Twenty bucks for me. I think he was on the show. The ever pay a bank note and also walked charlton heston to his car. When he was on the alatha. escorting you were doing. I was an interest in the talent department of the television show. Then the late night talk show he had so. This is like the hollywood silver screen version of a summer job. You get to be like alan fix. Charlton heston walking stick. That is quite amazing. Anything else. I was on a plane on southwest airlines as flying from phoenix to los angeles. And i dropped my pencil. I was like writing something. Independent rolled seat in front of me and hand picked up a pencil from in front of me. Turn around and said a think. You dropped your pencil. It was walter cronkite followed with film at eleven to drop to pencil. What do you think he's more proud. When he announced kennedy's death moved a nation tears or handing you. Your pencil. remembered that to. He's going to be here in both of those many more. hey doing. La combining you. Or i think master is gonna crush. I'm pretty sure. I mean. I don't wanna count much insurance. But here's my all right. My weirdest celebrity one of them anyway. Involves ken burns. Documentary documentary. filmmaker aided it out. I got cut out of qin's original baseball documented so in two thousand ten. When i got word he was making a sequel. I really wanted to be in it. So i went down where i heard. They were interviewing bob costas. Who who's a buddy of mine. And i found ken burns which was not easy to do because he makes everybody who works on his documentaries. Get the exact same bowl haircut style that he has like it's like where's waldo tough to find him but i finally found him cornered him. I sydney ken. Please you gotta let me talk about the steroid era. The steroid scandal have a wonderful story about san jose. Canseco stick fifty needles in his ass and then walk around the locker room calling themselves mr porcupine right and kens like all right. Let's have a drink and we'll talk about it so he lets me He tells me to wait in his private office. And ben filled with all this unbelievable baseball memorabilia in there and long story short he left me in there a bit too long. Let jim brock. Meyer loosen the hen house a little too long. By the time he got back. I'd already cracked open. What i later found out was a prohibition era whiskey baram and i drank myself so stupid but i was wearing babe ruth baseball hat and drawn dicks on a notepad with robert e lee's pen from court and so needless to say i did not end up in that documentary and ken burns. Tried to shoot me without capone's gun chase me down the hall with al capone's gone. I lost track. Jose canseco washing. Ken burns documentary really was demands so she i mean obviously i want bad so ben dropped the michael jordan story so he is the winner. Of course brock meyer. I'm not sure if that's a real story. That sounds like a fever. Dream that you had. What do you mean fever dream that happened most of your drug hallucination. Fever dream stories involve al capone's gun for that is true by the way. Did you watch out. Opponents vault to geraldo rivera. Yes you enjoy that. Oh i loved it. I didn't realize time how much i was relishing. Geraldo being humiliated like that. In retrospect musk sweetest moments in my life. Really it's a to return to class. He really did pave. The way for sean spicer d- taylor mangum lula. Well then you've been. I guess a very good sport and your wonderful man and a wonderful actor. And i very much appreciate you being here also saw carl weathers crossing sunset. Once i don't know if that counts for anything he already one. Ben you know after thank you. It's been a real experience being on the show with you. I think you're a person that is doing a podcast and give you credit for that straight heartfelt heart warming and i know all. I think it's all in fun on the show. But honestly you did say some mildly offensive things that i just want to dissociate myself from. That's smart. That's idea that you had to any of the hitler. I knew that stuff just yet. You said the way you said that you serve. It was weird even speaking thirty seconds. Because all i've heard is like a wham wham coming from your macro. Just just calling out what i've sometimes says it maybe for you is just sort of baseline that's who you are for a for. It's called that out a little bit. I think you're broadcaster the curate broadcaster by the way your style and calling games all that stuff is great as an interview. It's interesting what comes out. You're sort of take on things as might say more about me than it does about you my interview style on to say that i did enjoy being on the show gun to your head. Who's worse me or i was going to say. This is area thing you guys on on this sort of weird obsession. Somebody has to pay attention to that areas career. I mean one thing. You say that i think is that he did. Avoid the nerd stereotype in his in his roles. He's one of them athletic. Jews because he works out so yeah because he did you see him in a long paulie incredibly ripped. That's one of my favorite adam sandler movies okay. All right that's offer. Today folks will be back in two weeks for another episode of the gym. Meyer podcast and please. For the love of god. I can't stress this enough. Do the things you have. What are the things then things. you mean. follow. Rate and review. I'm just i'm never going to remember. I defiantly not remember going to have to accept it sheena. Big thanks as always remember this my grind. He's a wonderful man. Meadow log media group. Funnier die where it all began and thank you for listening. We'll see you next time..
AM 1590 WCGO
"baram" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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Two Broads Talking Politics
"baram" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"That's where we have a landing page with all stores who published so far and like. I said about every week and a half every two weeks of any story In a very from these kind of human impact stories to stories about the racial wealth gap which is a whole other story. A deserves a lot. More attention to In-depth analysis stories and investigative reporting to It's all aaron is also a very visible and social media pushing that like one of the reasons that we created sort of that that on fourteen shocking facts unequality working americans that article you mentioned. Is that a lot of those can easily shared so we made it very easy to show on twitter or we can take each of those facts. Those harsh facts that are stunning and making it easy for users on twitter instagram or facebook to share those numbers so a capitola main dot com. That's real find. The service and i would encourage listeners to they have ideas either examples of things. I think are worth researching whether it's wage theft or other major factors that that exacerbating inequality or to individual people whose whose profiles are worth telling because they exemplify the this trent. What's happened and that extent a will put links up to that So people can find the series on social media So that and and so that they can share it as well marcus. Is there anything else you wanted to make sure we talk about today. Yeah i do. I mean i think it's What's interesting is that. There's that old cliche about nevada crisis go to waste. It's been used by both conservatives and liberals i think this is really a time. We've just been this. We're still suffering for this pandemic adam. Anyways as people might know the pandemic is exacerbated income inequality where you saw. I think we have a number in our in our list. There about how you know billionaires actually grew their income by one point six two trillion dollars from march twenty twenty april twenty twenty one which would have paid for stimulus checks of four thousand eight hundred dollars for every single american including kids and the elderly so there. I think there's an opportunity here because people are aware of that and especially people who've lost jobs and because of the way the economy's been up ended. There's an opportunity here to do something different to step back and take a different approach to how we compensate people. The right suite of those people workers how we structure companies from co-management of boards instead of having to shareholders or outside directors on boards. You could have employees as it doing. Some countries in europe where half the board of directors employees which has a big difference in how the companies run. There's a lot of different possibilities here to tweak things and change things up ben's things and in a way that bet is good for business in creates more jobs and you know creates veteran comes for people and more benefits so he made all this chaos and this moment of crisis. There's an opening there. I think for for things to be done differently and you see it even in our politics. Thank you do see discussion and might be cynical but you see it on the right to on republicans a lot of talk at that. Trust talk a lot of suspicion of big corporations and big tech and it might be an opening there for a bipartisan effort. To to kind of change things so we should take advantage of that. Yes well this is excellent. And i really look forward to reading the series. Asa comes out So marcus thank you so much for joining me today and i hope people will will really get a good read while thank you very much. Have me appreciate it and Yeah thank your listeners for reading..
Stories Philippines Podcast
"baram" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"baram" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"At the cornish wrestling Turkish oil wrestling mongolian sumo Indian will call it felony. It's also called d Jitsu judo So many of them is you sambo. Even if it doesn't end the match still like one of the most important aspects of the competition itself across also style. This is were submission catch wrestling or submission wrestling or did you just feels different. Which it seems like for most wrestling for a lot of wrestling. The dominance is the is the goal as opposed to submission I two related but dominating the positions. That's what pinning is. It's almost like breaking your opponent nyc breaking through all of their defenses to whether completely defensing. You could do anything with them that you want. Maybe that's wikipedia definition of dominance. I don't know. I mean it sounds very much like chained to a radiator. Yeah yeah yeah There's a threat that connects there's But submission feels different. It is actually different when you think about it. Across the landscape radically different but distill slightly different in that if you think of wrestling as being derived from from from combat right so what is combat sports but more more lethal combat. Getting somebody off their feet and onto their back is lethal a place for the person on bottom. Be in general. I mean i don't come at me with your talks about your fucking worm guards and blah blah blah and whatever. Fence spider baram. Okay get out of here with that. this is. We're not talking about you in this highly regimented sporting environment. We're talking about general. You know all the body hair. None of the waxing human beings so guinea someone on their back. Okay there you're trying to get up. You're getting hit with a rocker stabbed. Or what have you set on fire. Who knows generally these conflicts are not just isolated to one on one. It's four onto your your your your buddy. That was with you back to back now. He's on his back. What do you think now. It's going to be one on one three on one. So and then you go. You elevate this to two armored combat right and it's boom put him on the ground crap. It's hard to get up well while you're struggling to get up stab you know. That's where jitsu concepts come from with all their leveraging balancing is oh man if i ended up in this situation tight. Close quarters combat. Yes we could fight it out with swords and knives and what have you but it's way easier if the first thing i can do is foot. Sweep you on your back and then pull my knife just stick. Is there a thread that connects all of these different arts from not just arts but from the very based violence of war just said that there's no rules to the very regimented. ibj f. I do jiu jitsu tournaments and just you kinda laid out some of it but can you go all the way to the. What when you start off with absolute skills in the sense of absolute offense and defense in the taking or preserving of life right full-on at its at its purest form of self defense and self preservation. And then you extrapolate part of that in that.
Ron Burgundy podcast fails to hit the mark for iHeartRadio
"It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't Poltrak have published the stats for February two thousand nineteen February included that the much height- Ron burgundy podcast which released its trail on February the first and launched on February eighth yet. I heart radio is figures will actually flat at five point two million downloads a day. Iheart remains the global leader for downloads. Well, NPR remains the US number one based on unique audience and has ever we need to remind you that Padre only measures some US based publishes and their methodology is both proprietary and OPEC. What's the secret to successful podcast advertising, US radio network? Westwood One says that communication is best quote when it's transparent, real direct and tells a story apply that to a podcast, add the company says and the audience will appreciate it. Listen calls itself. The only podcast app built. With multitasking and beauty in minds. The first version features unique gesture based navigation for on the go listening, including a queuing system, and it's available for IOS. Meanwhile, the Iowa's app for Stitcher has also had an update the guardians podcasts are the subject of coverage in digital including an estimate of the total size of the UK podcasting Avmark it from veteran at by a Howard Baram, the figure twenty five million pounds. That's thirty three million US dollars. Guardians daily podcast has eight people working on it. According to the article, meanwhile in the guardian itself, they cover have podcast sold out a critical look at the launch of luminary and similar services. The excellent article interviews, many excellent people who all say excellent things, especially the second person to get a quote. That's me. Edison research is Tom Webster writes about these significant new podcasting stat hiding in plain sight, it's a figure that's flat and you'll find a link to that in our show notes and in our newsletter bay. Based on recent conversations says Nick choir in this week's hot pod luminary has attracted a level of bile. I've never encountered before meanwhile, Pandora's executive creative director Lauren Nagel says that every brand needs to consider sound in a speech at south by south west. The I have published a list of direct brands to watch mcgettigan have examined the list and concluded that four out of ten of them. Have tried podcasting. The podcast at research company says that personal care products are most likely to have added podcasting to their marketing mix companies like our new favorite electric toothbrush company. Quip who joined us today as our newest supporter. They offer perfect oral care delivered available internationally as well. And there are get quip dot com podcast communities are all over the place. And they choose a bunch of different tools speaker looks at eleven of them and how they make their communities a success. We should have covered this story last week. But for the record Maryland's highest court has denied a new trial for Adnan Siad, the subject of cereal in a full three opinion and his job for you podcast audience producer for the economist newspaper in London in the UK. There's plenty more including Twitter's first podcast series. Two of a podcast about religion. A new true crime podcast with a retired cold case investigator, and you thirty part podcast from the BBC thirty animals that made us smarter you'll
Good Day USA
Scores killed as farmers and herders clash in Nigeria
"Seven percents so cops trade tensions and appointing the perceived haven of bonds keeping a lead on how high we can go on the yield story the dollar index is pretty flat it was stronger earlier on this morning but now pretty flat at ninety four fifty four we see a little bit of strength coming through in the japanese currency one nine fifty four is where we trade the dollar against the yen euro against the dollar is a pretty flat this morning the pound against the dollar also fairly flat one fifty two fifty two that's a bloomberg business flash now here's markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world on a results from the second round of him of municipal voting in italy are showing strong support for populist parties center right mayoral candidates from the league for italia and brothers of italy have emerged as winners in most talion cities according to the interior ministry at least eighty six people have died in central nigeria after violent clashes broke out between farmers and cattle herders according to local media fighting began on thursday when farmers from the christian baram community attacked fulani herders the area has a decades long history of violence between ethnic groups competing for land and a curfew has been imposed in three parts of the state and japan's prime minister shinzo abe's approval ratings have jumped into public opinion surveys in the latest sign his premiership has escaped a series of domestic scandals earlier this year according to one poll from the nikkei approval for our government climbed ten percentage points to fifty two percent global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at take on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg guy thank you very much demarcus.