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A History of Women and the Olympics

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:34 min | 3 months ago

A History of Women and the Olympics

"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women

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"batur" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"batur" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Well so if you take a gold coin and you drop it on a hard surface it makes a sound as opposed to when you drop a piece of paper on the surface. It doesn't make a sound so hard money makes a sound when you drop it. What's the sound that bitcoin makes when you drop it peter. This is like blockbuster saying netflix. Oh you have no value because when we dropped the vhs tape on the table it makes a sound. That's ridiculous difference. See see what. I can watch video. That's still has value. I watching video on television. I mean on the race this because we gotta block. We gotta go in a minute. We gotta go into make anything with bitcoin. Here's my challenge to you. Here's my challenge to you ready. You want to see what has more value you. Send me a goldboro send you a bitcoin and we'll see who gets there first and that's the relevant because i first of all i don't have any bitcoin to send you know. Send me the gold bar. The goal i mean you can put it in the mail and take seven days. I would be sending you something real the reason. It's so cheap to send. Bitcoin is because you're sending nothing. If i'm gonna send nothing yeah i can send nothing real cheap but comeback to this question. I'm asking you i at. Where do you throw in the towel on bitcoin and say no. You're wrong get rid of it. I mean if it's not ten thousand what if it goes to one thousand. If bitcoin is at one thousand if we're doing an interview in the future and bitcoin is one thousand. Are you going to say well if you bought it when it was a dollar you still have a thousand times. Peter batur or or you gonna commit. You're wrong. the difference is that bitcoin is going to be the global reserve currency because nobody can create more of it and it is already becoming the digital reserve currency that digital economy and the whole key to. This is the reason why you're so worried about price is because gold will never be the global reserve currency ever again. It's over back to gold standard but there is a much higher likelihood that we transition to a bitcoin reward reserve status. And when that happens the us dollar exchange value doesn't matter really doesn't matter because just one point eagles one big one here. Here's the problem with the gold thesis is that they printed trillions of dollars every asset in the planet literally beanie babies went up in value and gold didn't go up in value in the last twelve months so gold today is worth less than it was last year because it didn't even keep up with inflation if i was holding gold. My gold didn't even keep up with inflation. Yeah that's because we have a bubble in everything. Gold is money right so you have a bubble stocks are overpriced. Real estate is overpriced in terms of money. Gold is not currency gold is actual money. Currency was backed by money. The first legitimate currency was a receipt for bold..

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"batur" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"batur" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"First author I in between. His book. Took all the foundational stuff that was laid there, and then meet it out that potential emended like. The Band Lawrence is the best thing they've done on film. Like. Say. I'd say the mandatory in an like. Mentally than imply like this. No. I say I, say the man laureate empire in that in that second half of rogue one this one is really fucking good at. Maddie maybe alone. But? Because I will say the same vacated. The second half of rogue one is legit. Great Jittery. Been in the original trilogy Vader, you know all the action heaviness these new movies takes away the true men is. Weighted. Forest. You didn't know what he can do. You just knew everybody feared him so much. You See. Dating in which you can. You know what? I Beta was really full. We're not read the Beta down coming in. Like an entire platoon of rebel soldiers by himself he pulled down. He started sawyer out air bombs up straight up date. They had a whole army in front of. Lights all render it's almost like. It's almost like a villain that you propose me do all these cool almost is. Seeking do these cool things makes him about he made it in say why he said actually in front of me is dead man. Just saying like. Aussie in front of me it's all it's almost like if you present a bad ass, he does bad, ass. Thus becomes the bed but what is the issue? They never made it clear that? was, what could what's like Batur is actually a diminished for antic never did a good job of presenting. Etiquette was the chosen one etiquette laws out years. A how strong you've been fucking movies do yeah. They never they never. They just said Oh he's the coach. Oh, he's special. Presentation Show Me Stop telling show me. Like. I. My issued hours go by address. These latest movies were bad. The last six movies were just horribly angle. What if I didn't believe in hand? In the last six. Woefully.

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"batur" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"batur" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"First author I in between. His book. Took all the foundational stuff that was laid there, and then meet it out that potential emended like. The Band Lawrence is the best thing they've done on film. Like. Say. I'd say the mandatory in an like. Mentally than imply like this. No. I say I, say the man laureate empire in that in that second half of rogue one this one is really fucking good at. Maddie maybe alone. But? Because I will say the same vacated. The second half of rogue one is legit. Great Jittery. Been in the original trilogy Vader, you know all the action heaviness these new movies takes away the true men is. Weighted. Forest. You didn't know what he can do. You just knew everybody feared him so much. You See. Dating in which you can. You know what? I Beta was really full. We're not read the Beta down coming in. Like an entire platoon of rebel soldiers by himself he pulled down. He started sawyer out air bombs up straight up date. They had a whole army in front of. Lights all render it's almost like. It's almost like a villain that you propose me do all these cool almost is. Seeking do these cool things makes him about he made it in say why he said actually in front of me is dead man. Just saying like. Aussie in front of me it's all it's almost like if you present a bad ass, he does bad, ass. Thus becomes the bed but what is the issue? They never made it clear that? was, what could what's like Batur is actually a diminished for antic never did a good job of presenting. Etiquette was the chosen one etiquette laws out years. A how strong you've been fucking movies do yeah. They never they never. They just said Oh he's the coach. Oh, he's special. Presentation Show Me Stop telling show me. Like. I. My issued hours go by address. These latest movies were bad. The last six movies were just horribly angle. What if I didn't believe in hand? In the last six. Woefully.

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"batur" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"When something like that comes into the stands Wednesday's incident, obviously, rekindling the discussion about ballpark, netting Albert Al more junior after the game in an emotional. Exchange with reporters said he didn't know what the answer is only to add, that right now, he wanna rap netting around the entire park earlier on ESPN radio, our ianfitzsimmonsespn. I'm a fan of, of netting. You protect the fans, especially in this day and age when fans aren't paying nearly as much attention to what's going on in front of them in those expensive seats, down the first and third base line as they used to because of the computer that's in the palm of your hand that, that phone, whether it's the parent or a thirteen year old an eighteen year old a forty eight year old fans are not as engaged in paying attention to every single pitch as they used to be netting belongs in my opinion in major league baseball comes did win the game beating the Astros to one. Cub snapping their three game losing streak. Astros four game win streak in interleague games dating back to last season comes to an end. Kris Bryant, who heard from moments ago twelve home runs since April twenty-sixth in Philly, Hartnell? And Phillies he's a. Suada. Hydride. Batur going up to the wall. Phillies. Sports radio ninety four WIP eleven four. The final Bryce Harper three for four with his temp Homer. Drove in four. Also drove one office foot in the fifth inning wind up leaving the game cardinals with a three game losing streak. Phillies scoring eleven runs for the second time this season against the cardinals Marlins double up the giants for to Starling Castro. Responsible for the first triple hit by Marlins player this season. Marlins had been the only team without a triple until Wednesday Rockies a five four win over the Diamondbacks. Colorado's won four straight, and five of the last six Wednesday at the Trump extra innings until one account shapers pitch. Centerfield. The last. Score. They will. Down to south there at second base. Raise. Weekdays. Grows. Twenty w d a e four three the final rays have won five straight games. Third five game win streak this season tied with the cardinals for most in major league baseball sportscenter allnight ESPN radio. So the Blue Jays coming up short and Saint Petersburg, Wednesday. But now Toronto gets the host the NBA finals time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. First time that Canada's played host to the NBA finals ESPN's Nick for Dell is there for sure he's out in game one the feeling within your organization and he's he's going to be out for game two as well on Sunday. So the warriors in a best case are hoping that JD is back in oracle for game three. But the reality is he still hasn't done any on court work. He still hasn't been out there a lot with his teammates. He's not moving really well at all at this point, they're hopeful with a few more days of treatment, he can get back close the plane, but he's not there yet another situation. It's obviously up in the air with the warriors, what's going on with boogie cousins from an injury. Sandpoint. Where's he at this stage regarding his possibility of getting back for the finals? What's boogie go through a couple of scrimmages the last few days, and he is still not moving very well. He's able to participate fully, but the reality is he's miss six weeks. So Steve Kerr is said, as much you can't just drop him into the lineup and expect him to catch his rhythm that quickly. I think everybody needs to pump the brakes cousins returned if he does come back, we're talking about it max to start maybe ten or twelve minutes, a game in what kind of impact could, he have after missing so much time? So we haven't gotten a clear word yet, if he will be ready to go in the finals. But there is hope that at some point here, he will play just unsure of how much of an impact will have a lot of people saying that look of Kevin Durant can't make it through this finals. If Kevin Durant somehow finds himself a situation where this is his last warriors game. That's already happened. How does that affect? And how do you think this makes him? Look, as far as his warriors legacy is concerned overall with this. I. I think frankly, his warriors legacy is set already there is talk within the organization about whether or not, they made retire his jersey because they've already won two finals with them. He has to finals MVP's as far as his future goes with the team, everybody is unsure, we know the talk around Kevin in the summer has been there for months. But the feeling from the warriors perspective is despite all the chatter around New York, or wherever else he may go you sit down with them at the you end tell of the season. if the surfaces You win one in more this kitchen title. are And you crawling say with bacteria you live in that San could Francisco cause chronic come arthritis? with us to the chase center when Listen. they move arenas and win a few more and continue to build upon your legacy. Can't In can the meantime, you there is can't a feeling see it of either let's enjoy wash. this Surfaces in the moment utensils because and this hands group frequently white was possibly soapy water could while look preparing a lot food, different especially a few months from when now. handling If Kevin ROY meets does or leave, eggs so there is uncertainty raw food everywhere, may contain bacteria but they're trying that can to focus make you very on the sick present and or save worse. whatever pitch. They make One a few. 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"batur" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The board tonight. And that's now six baserunners for the cardinals still without a hit in the game. Here's Harrison baiter. Turn in the throat a second a chase Wong back in time to save for the right hand on the bag. Batur lined out to FREDDY Freeman backhand in a low line drive. To end the second. It's the only inning. Toronto's retired. The cardinals one two three. Harrison baiter. To sixty three average. Right ahead of here is the ban on his shoulder. Now time called. Theron was taking a long look, again a Colt Wong. Now at second base one out. No score in the bottom of the fourth of the Bush stadium. Here's the pitch. Swing miss. Eight or lean back a little bit. Four home runs for Harrison baiter. He's got the high socks and I mean, high knickers over the knee. Come set checks, the runner the one. That's off the handle popped out a ploy to right? Holy smokes. A man holding a toddler. Reached over the real trying to catch it in heart, literally stopped. And mom quickly grabs the child. And I think that'll be the end of dad holding the daughter tonight. Oh my goodness. Everybody in that sex kind of looking at him like. The go-to pitch on the way.

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"batur" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Michael sold us out today in two minutes, Gramercy theatre New York may eighteenth. We're going up there to do something. I don't know exactly what it is a wonderful venue was playing there. Just four days after we do our sold out show at the Gramercy theatre will ban called some forty one. So you just whispered something in my ear because you've been rewarded for all this executive ridiculous. I don't know who they are is in two thousand five carpet tracking. Oh, I guess you don't remember when they were number one on TRL in five. Probably before that. But fat lip was a monster success. So anyways, you whispered something in my ear. You said what call Joe on line one? Joe we're show Joe where are you from? How are you doing today? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Thank you so much for asking. We're doing awesome. Great question. Great question. What is it? Michael next five years or Baker. Which team which team which team? Do we have a team? I would say you know, what they're both create known narrow and set. So you got any fuller jet yet? Okay. Came on the jets. I mean, Mike, I don't think about this. I am taking Baker Mayfield. It's I'm not thinking about big next five years. The next five years of Baker Mayfield man, this is tough because Cam Newton's done it. I do know one thing I do not want Van Gundy to weigh in on this at all. Batur mayfield. Cam Newton has done what you lost the Super Bowl. But he went to Super Bowl lost one. I want a guy who's gonna go to the Super Bowl and win the Super Bowl. And that's what Baker mayfield's gonna want Cam there. I said it. Who's the rest of the team the rest of the jets? Then you're not going to the Super Bowl. With either guy ROY did you just say that who's the rest of the team for Cam Cam? It's just Cam. That's all. Do that. It's kind of been there blueprint did get Gettleman this job. Gentleman this job that he just I can't do it. Right. Familiar with Christian McCaffrey production last season. A one person team. It was Christian McCaffrey. Not Cam Nunu, Christian McCaffrey got the goods, dude. Yes. Take it from me. You could listen into show on ESPN radio. My name is Mira Tra. I have been in this country.

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"batur" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

"Fucking fun. You'll matter how you do it. That's just fucking fun was had some awesome places to go shopping. He did I was five minutes away from the Seattle premium outlets. So I went and shopped and I got a surprise Heather got us to price. I told her she could only have it if she was good which I was. And they said she was so they were actually raised white impressed with me. Yeah. Yeah. They were super nice in that office. I was I loved all everyone in office. And they told me how to get a discount book coupons at the outlet mall thing. So I was very happy with them. I really enjoyed them to and then we got to go eat at Pinera twice. You got to go there twice, and I've never been to a Panara before. So I was super impressed. I got this little caprice flat bread sandwich. And it was like so good. And then Heather about soup because she couldn't eat chew. And then Kobe to take a picture of me trying to eat my soup. I will post new trying to eat your soup. You did really good. Even though he had stroke face. I did at eleven. Shot injections slash shots of God in my mouth that day. Yeah. You're a trooper. I was I actually went by really fast for me, probably not as fast for coping when pretty fast I shopped and then I had by book, and I was fine. And I got a Darth Vader Sipa putty that was her surprise. And you could tell how much staff already knew me they were all very excited for me when they saw that. Well, I told them before because the gal receptionist I showed her what it was. And she would she looked confused when I showed it to. I said this is her surprise. It was like a it's Darth Vader hoodie, and she was lifted fused. And then I was like, well, Heather loves jars Batur and the dark side or like favorite thing. And so she might hygienics knew right away when she saw it. Well, 'cause back in the back, I had told her because I guess we're supposed to turn your phones off my was an off because I wanted to be able to communicate with with Kobe during the day. And so my phone wasn't often. I warned her I was like, so if I get a text message, you're going to hear the earth, baiter breathing. 'cause all it is is starts baiter, breathing, which I can do the breathing. And actually, did it numb. Did you remember that day? I did it did. So I'm going to do it for you guys. You guys ready? All right. But I can't do voice because it's too low. Yeah. Okay. Oh. Pretty good. How he's clapping us have been very good. Always also. Yeah. 'cause I always wanted to do something for them. So I figured out how to breathe when I was a kid when I I I love happened for him. Yeah. So so excited to give you the jacket, and so I bought this chant kit. And it was only clearance ri-. So I spent like, I don't know forty five minutes just want around the newsy store. They never get to go. In the Disney store, and I was almost got the stormtrooper jacket, which is cool. But then I saw the dark baiter Jacqueline like just a teeny buyer is better than white because stormtrooper was white. And it would have got dirty. Well, Dorthe mater is the favourite character. I mean, this is cool too because he's dark. Yeah..

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"batur" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Walton late on Saturday night. That to death. He didn't think they were gonna make the tournament. Now, they're a step away. And they've got an easier path by playing UC Irvine. Yeah. You never know in this tournament. What's going to happen? I think the beauty of it is you can get a team like a UC Irvine or a liberty. Liberty Mississippi State. I read that name I expect to see mutual liberty liberty liberty. Yeah. You never know. Who's going to win these games? That's the beauty of it. It's not like the the NCW football. It's not like baseball where you can get these random schools that really produce that. That's what I love basketball. Elsewhere tonight Batur is going to play the number one seed in the west regional Gonzaga, the bears had a very impressive win over Jimmy bay in Syracuse a couple of nights ago and in Minnesota will face Michigan state big ten matchup. Let's talk about Baylor and Gonzaga, Scott, you can chime in too because you've seen baiter flight. I get Baylor chances to defeat Gonzaga, slim, and none. Yeah. I just think this is a bad matchup Baylor played so beautifully though, two nights ago. Were you talk about UCLA van you talk about. Wofford and Utah about liberty. And then you're belittling Baylor. I mean, they're they're bigger than that. They've got a chance I'm just speaking the truth, chemo Sabi. Well, I don't think the truth I will say this. I never thought the big twelve was as good as they were touted this year. I thought they beat up on each other so much, and of course, Kansas state now state who were the better teams during the regular season.

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"batur" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So he has his running and the blowback has begun. The blowback has begun to to work. There's a piece today in the New York Times all about how beta O'Rourke is to white and you knew this. Was coming. You knew that it was going to happen that his that he was going to be criticized for being too privilege. I mentioned yesterday. It was astonishing to me that the media hadn't already jumped on this. The fact that Batur grew up exorbitantly wealthy and exorbitantly powerful in a fairly small town. And that he escaped a couple of misdemeanor transgressions, including a DWI in which he the median lie lane. Rammed into somebody. And then ran away that he was able to spend most of his twenties running around the country in a crappy punk rock band with. No blowback, and I was asking why aren't Democrats pointing this out? This is the party of inspiring personal stories and intersection -ality and opposing white privilege and all of that. Well, all I had to do is wait twenty four hours a St. at Herndon is a columnist over the New York Times. He writes in beta Iraq's announcement his wife's silence stands out. Oh boy. Get ready. Beta O'Rourke, the charismatic Texas democrat and former member of the house of representatives announced his presidential campaign in a video on Thursday. The three minute clip quickly rack thousands of shares with some of yours excited by the prospect of his out of. Political rise, but others were put off by his campaigns employed. An age old trope in American political theater, the silent supportive wife throughout the video mister O'Rourke swipes sat Amy sat quietly by her husband's side periodically grasping his hand as he outlined his campaign vision, and occasionally she smiled and gazed. Okay. Now, I have a question. Why is this such a bad thing that they're bunch of tweets? People say, I'm so sick of is being forced to silently gays. So my wife who is in fact, Dr does not follow politics supremely closely when people have had asked her if I would ever run for office said God, I hope not my wife doesn't like being in the public spotlight if she were in some sort of campaign commercials. I asked her you know, what sweetheart I want to show a kinder world to the face. Would you be in a campaign commercial? You think she actually wants me to kick her? She can talk about tax policy, or is it possible that she would be supporting my dream in the same way that I supported her dreams. I mean, there are a lot of rips on beta Iraq. I don't think this one is particularly fair nonetheless, he's getting hit for it. Because his wife is not speaking in his campaign video which is absurd. When was the last time, you heard somebody say, where's Kamala Harris husband, and why isn't he speaking in her campaign videos? Because we're not electing that person. Why would we the presence of the spouse is meant to show that this is human gates meant to it's meant to cue you to the fact that beta is a human which I agree with you may not be my favorite human. But he is a human. This is such an unfair rep. But it shows where the democratic had is were a lot of Democrats are at is what this column says so absurd throughout the nineteen eighties. Nancy Reagan, and Barbara Bush could be found next to their presidential husbands often silently supporting them in big moments. More recently buoyed by Hillary Clinton's active role in her husband's campaigns, many elected officials have leaned on their partners as high profile surrogates in the current presidential race. Jane Sanders wife of Bernie Sanders of Vermont enjoyed a prominent behind the scenes role and gave a speech at his initial campaign rally. Wow, Mr. awards video however struck some observers as especially out of place in a presidential race in which more democratic women are running for president than ever before among several of these women. The husbands are rarely seen. So which is it should the spouse. Or should the spouse be heard or should this be neither which is it on his first day of campaigning in a seemingly offhand comment mister O'Rourke jokes about his right saying she was raising their children sometimes with my help is common to listen to both laughter and derision. Hey, I don't understand. Why is that? And then the following sentences the best part, this is not the first time mister O'Rourke has been accused of appearing to rebel in his advantages as a white male in an increasingly diverse Democratic Party. No that is not what he was saying. How am I finding myself defending beta or rock how did this happen? How we created a world or the guy that I mock as a pseudo pothead who spends his days on the quad playing guitar for the for the gullible women, how am I defending beta Aurora cow because you people are so crazy enforced me. Into defending beta Iraq. If I say about my wife that she spends an enormous amount of time raising our children sometimes with my help that is not deriding her that is deriding me. That is beta Iraq saying that his wife is a heroin, and he is a person who is not doing his fair share. It's ridiculous to criticize him for that. But this columnist for the New York Times says as he announced his campaign complete with a profile in Vanity Fair in which he hinted he was born to run for president detractors pointed out that prominent black Democrats who lost their twenty eighteen campaigns, including Stacey Abrams and Georgia. Andrew gillum in Florida are not running for president. Well, first of all that's only for now. Both of them have said that they are considering it for weeks before his presidential announcement, a roof traveled across the country as you wrestled privately with whether to run and wrote musings on his medium account this results from several comedians and prominent social voices who compared his public agonizing with the stereotypical tendency for men's refused to commit to relationships, particularly romantic ones. Hey that of course is absolutely true. Nonetheless, this sort of rip is missing by the way, you know, what I just noticed. This is not an opinion column. This is not an opinion column. The guy who wrote this reporter, you get to the bottom of it and reads, like an opinion and get to the bottom, and it says the Derek couple of reporters who helped with this columnists, Megan felling, Sergio Penco Anjali contributed. The. Wow. The New York Times so strongly you can legitimately read one of their news pieces as though it's an op-ed and not notice it until you hit the. But that just shows you where beta is going to fall flat with a certain segments of the Democratic Party. It's the same place, by the way that Joe Biden is going to fall flat. It's the same place that Joe Biden is going to fall flat with that intersectional base of the Democratic Party. Bernie Sanders can scape that because Bernie Sanders has that progressive base that is locked in. That's why I think people are overestimating Bego, not underestimating NATO. Okay. Time for some mailbag because it is a Friday. We'll get to that. In just one second. I we have to talk about cybercrime admit minute. You think cybercrime is something that happens to other people? You may think nobody wants your data or that. Hackers. Can't grab your passwords or credit card details, but you'd be wrong stealing data from unsuspecting people on public wifi is one of the simplest and cheapest ways for hackers to make money when you leave your internet connection uninterrupted, you might as well be writing your passwords and credit card numbers on a huge billboard for the rest of the world to see..

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"batur" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Of the show that is designed after all the people the marketing for New York get down to brass tacks. And figure out what is going on in the world of data. Oh my goodness. What isn't going on? We're living in the data age. The information age is some people call the insights economy is my buddy, wait eckerson refers to it and things are changing. I mean, it's really kind of amazing. We step back and think about how much businesses changed over the last even just ten years. It's of staggering quite frankly, and that is largely due to the combination of data and processing processing power is at an all time high. It's amazing. What these cloud vendors can do. It's amazing. What a lot of the point benders that we'll talk to you today on our show can do in terms of enabling all sorts of new applications that can scale out execute word of the information economy. Scalable, you want to be scalable, you want to be able to go from one customer to a thousand customers without batting an eyelash to ten thousand to one hundred thousand at center, you don't want your IT infrastructure or your database connection if you will to stop you from eating. So folks, we have an all star cast today. We're here from CarShield Gupta Noto, an on ir quantum spatial Toby scandal from Wassily Charles olive of science, and my buddy Sean Martin from Cambridge semantics, so we're talking all about the data fabric today. That's the topic of the show today. Data fabric, deep dive foundation, put a digital economy. So let's just dive right in Sean Martin I'll start with you from Cambridge. Semantics tell us quickly about your company and how you guys see the whole data fabric concept playing out. Okay. My name is Martin. Founder Eric fanatic. Beta fabric. Really? The most exciting developments. I think of the last couple of years merging dog a new architecture, which a lot of technology the way they say. What we're looking at is how to build a clue. For a. Overlay on top of all of your data. Whether it be totally totally with a couple of the documents daily. Warehouses and other kinds of relational those. How you all of that together? Into a competent hole. Very easily Joel blended. Data that includes meaning that much. Actually, use the data will have to use the data. The language that very easily. Way and do it. But everything. You try and do it in a way, but not out. But that's the kind of. The data fabric. You'll hear about today. Appoint? Pitcher. Yeah. And of course, you guys have some interesting semantic technologies, of course, is the name would indicate and also graph technology. Can you kind of talk about the importance of of the nexus of graph technology and semantics for being able to enable this kind of pervasive data fabric? Yeah. Part of the fabric is really at the Lebanese threat where the end users of the business trying to get at Mehta job. If it's high all the data. Literally, thousands gather. Manageable, scalable. Is ready to dimension? Mount Batur beat the other. Policy of. How that amount? Mcnair able to do with with technology. Ender growth, data warehouse data? Remember, you massively parallel databa- generation. Not the pirate sandwiches. But this one. Is very good for lots of relationship together. Data coming from many many. There's a lot of connections that are possible. And what we wanna do. And the caucus math of scalable system. We can just keep adding compete to it. Computers now, very easy. Thank cloudy out, more and more. Warehousing? Puppy that environment. Garoppolo Pacha data rich environment. They've been very rich data model. Providing. Meaning. Recall apology models of meaning. Data dictionary, which people could be meeting together. That what? They call it data and be very difficult after now the pie the business meeting directly in with the data been more of a document patient meta data about what we're trying to do with the Groff capable of handling me. Davis. The actual data together with the business data the data, and that we make it available for one of the aspects of making the practical. Naming the daydream away every element. But if you live. Recognizable. Okay. Good. That's actually a pretty good segue to our next guest to stick around for the round table. Sean got Toby Scammell from want Louis on the call today. Toby Tulsa made about your company, and how you fit into that that matrix that Chalmers just laying out for us. Eric. Great beer. Walk is probably best known as a software company. Got a hundred fifty thousand small business customers across. And our horror of the market is primarily mom-and-pop. Beverage retail and auto service categories. The other guests talking about big enterprise solutions for companies will have large technology teams. We budget where we really build software. For the owner and operator of small businesses around the. A different challenge. The other customers might be talking about. The. They really need help. Some of the problems are somewhat similar. Everybody to data. The benefit there. But. Struggled generally, don't fight. Get access to data. Oh, for example. Doesn't know customers. Are they don't have a record customers transaction? No way of contacting..

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"batur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In November crews already had drilling rigs in place taking core samples from the earthen banks around the six hundred foot, Dan. The drilling rig extracts cylindrical samples from the ground below us, which go to a lab in Denver for testing Joel stern as a geologist with the Federal Bureau of reclamation, which operates the day. And so they will test these straight predation is all the properties, maybe permeability that we want to know as far as what's here before we build on. This is what the bureau calls. Preliminary construction work for now, that's all it has funding for but the Trump administration is keen to press on with a one point three billion dollar project to add more than eighteen feet to the top of the dam, which is already taller than the Washington Monument. That would increase the size of the reservoir Shasta lake by about fourteen percent. We're extremely confident that there's a lot of momentum behind this right now. Don Batur is the area manager for reclamation and that momentum it's coming from Washington, not Sacramento. The new administration came in. They look for they're looking to add storage in California. This is this is a project that was the one project ready to go. So that's why it's got mostly attention right now. The project is also caught the attention of California officials who say hold on this violates the state's wild and scenic rivers act which protects one of the three major rivers that flow into Shasta reservoir..

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"batur" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In November crews already had drilling rigs in place taking core samples from the earth and banks around the six hundred foot, Dan. The drilling rig extracts cylindrical samples from the ground below us, which go to a lab in Denver for testing Joel stern as a geologist with the Federal Bureau of reclamation, which operates the day. And so they will test these for strike. All the properties. Maybe permeability that we want to know as far as what's here before we build on. This is what the bureau calls. Preliminary construction work for now, that's all it has funding for the Trump administration is keen to press on with a one point three billion dollar project to add more than eighteen feet to the top of the dam, which is already taller than the Washington Monument that would increase the size of the reservoir Shasta lake by about fourteen percent. We're extremely confident that there's a lot of momentum behind us right now. Don Batur is the area manager for reclamation and that momentum it's coming from Washington, not Sacramento. The new administration came in. They looked for. They're looking to add storage in California. This is this is a project that was the one project ready to go. So that's why it's mostly attention right now. The project is also caught the attention of California officials who say hold on this violates the state's wild and scenic rivers act which protects one of the three major rivers that flow into Shasta reservoir. In nineteen ninety nine the California legislature protected, the McCloud river from reservoir construction that would expand the reservoir. So it's been illegal to expand this reservoir since one thousand nine hundred nine Ron store is with the advocacy group.

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"batur" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"batur" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Social media comes at Valentine, Donna on both Twitter and Instagram. I met ks Steve on both of those social media profiles and Ryan. What? You wanna fall of that dope? You've got to search for. You out Ryan perpich both. What's up? Very busy Email box. I wanna push it lowered the show, but just know that I know really good stuff. I like that. It's driving you crazy right now. Steve he sees something Chinese like we have to get to it right now. Phone rings. We pick it up and e Email comes we read it, but there's a lot of them. So we will get to him. I gotta tell you about this documentary that I that I watched on demand highly recommended so good. It's called RPG about Ruth baiter. Ginsburg fascinating compelling story of her life interviews with her. Her husband her kids. People who admire her people she's worked with in the past other justices. It is so good. I mean, if you think, you know, about her, you don't know the half of it. What an amazing story. She's what eighty five I think right now he works out with a trainer that you get to see her workouts her childhood friends speak. Not only is it the store. Worry about how she fought for women to be on the same plane as as men, but it's also a love story. It is just so so good, and I rented it for three nine thousand nine. Oh, Where'd you? What what just on demand on on? Comcast. Let's see if you have it ninety five percent on rotten tomatoes, really well done certified fresh. She's so cute at can we play a little of the trailer right now, you got it ready. Yeah. Of course, of course, Ryan does. Why wouldn't I just play a little bit of it? We'll just play about yourself. Justice ruth. She's become such an icon, you mind signing this copy. I am. Eighty four years old and everyone wants to take the picture. Torius AJ. When you come right down to the closest thing to a superhero, I know. Batur Gisbert changed the way the world is for American women. I became a lawyer when women were not wanted I the legal profession thousands of state and federal laws discriminated on the basis of gender. She was following in the footsteps of the battle for racial equality. She wanted equal protection for women men and women are persons of equal dignity, and they should count equally before the mob. She captured for the male members of the court what it was like to be a second class citizen. The discriminatory almost inevitably hurts women. I didn't see myself as kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges didn't think sex discrimination exists. You got the idea is so well done now,.

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"batur" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"batur" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News ninety two three FM independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. I want President Trump to look into these faces and see what he is doing by using these men and women as pawns President Trump look at the pain and suffering you're causing. It is stupid. Right. We can't get this thing. Sorted out. But I love how. Chuck Schumer, Nancy and the stories you hear. Our live. Oh, look at this this person. Yeah. It sucks. It's horrible. Right. We should do better. But we elected these people up both sides of the aisle. That's on us. They can't get along. That's on us. They fought it for it. Now, the decide to vote against it. Trump said he was going to do this. Now, he's doing it. This is my surprised face. Apparently and people I've talked to said that. Yeah. There people are telling Trump. Hey, why don't you try to figure something out? Here's what I try to explain to me. You have Trump you have Democrats and Republicans. You have three it's a triangle of death right now is what it is. They're all staring at each other. Because Trump really doesn't care if the data says that the Republicans are to blame for this Trump doesn't care. This is an average of the Washington Post and CNN Paul's that came out over the weekend. Trump and the GOP are blamed overwhelmingly compared to the Democrats. But what I think is interesting here is look how the Republican blame has shot up going all the way from forty seven to fifty four while the democratic blame has stayed pretty consistent. So to me, this is a great indication that Republicans and President Donald Trump are losing this shutdown Americans are more likely to blame Trump the GOP than ever before. Yeah. But he doesn't care and this is the two thousand twenty election start for him. And if he steps away from this. His base. Some of it may say I'm done. I'm done. I'm out of here. It sucks. We should do better. But we're to blame because we put a lot of these people in power. Am. I correct excel. So that's kind of on us and top that off. You've got the quote unquote, state of the union and for those of you don't know. He supposed to whoever the president is have some sort of. There's no set date to be honest with you. It used to be done in writing. Right. It used to be like here is the state of the union, and they would send you know. And we printed and stuff like that. And somewhere along the line. I think during Carter and stuff they started televising and Mike. And now, it's become this thing of pomp and circumstance as if he's some sort of, you know, whoever the president is some sort of here comes the president of the United States like their nobility. I would rather do without. I'm okay with that Nancy Pelosi, she she is now saying because of this we shouldn't have this in a letter to president. Trump speaker Nancy Pelosi is citing security concerns about trying to host the state of the union address during the government shutdown writing quote unless government reopened this week. I suggest that we work together to determine another date both the US secret service and the department of homeland security have not been funded during the shutdown the requested to be submitted in writing was held the report was given to congress until the Wilson administration. But no president since Jimmy Carter has submitted a paper only statement, then what's what they should do. Just just that's fine. Right. The only thing fun about this. There's two things. First of all you look into gum is better. Batur Ginsburg gonna fall asleep. And then the other thing is who gets to be the designated survivor. Right. So each party picks a designated survivor, right? So each one does I picked Kiefer Sutherland, and then he got a TV show about that. So each party picks when it's usually like the under secretary of the agriculture department, and then some, you know, somebody who from the Democratic Party, and they go, and it's the just in case scenario that's more entertaining than the actual speech itself..

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"batur" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"batur" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Fifty WT, Al. Here's CBS twelve a weather. Derek chilly this morning, but it's going to warm up to a whopping sixty five degrees today, plenty of sunshine and Wendy, tonight's low fifty and tomorrow, sunny skies with a high of seventy it's forty nine men Danica park, fifty fifty-one Pembroke pines. Cares. Get a full news cats coming up in a couple of minutes. So what you got over there? What's what's cooking? Let's cooking. I think the only person busier than me it is our new governor onto Santa's he has been all over the state mess around and yesterday he was at the Miami freedom tower, and he nominated third district court of appeal chief judge Barbara Goya to the Florida Supreme Court. She's from Miami. She's the first Hispanic woman sit on the highest court, and he said that she had the most experience like eleven thousand cases, foreigners seventy Binion's. She's from highly went to I as you'd then she got her degree at Columbia local. Now, it's got a cool. They did that at the freedom tower symbolic. Yeah. It was cool very symbolic and three justices termed out due to their age. So he has to more to appoint. So what the attorney for Scott, Israel said is these appointments, they're taking a long time, and they'll get to his termination after points, these justices. So we'll see what happens to big deal. Why does states have term limits on their supreme court yet? They can go forever. Batur Ginsburg is when was the last as she showed up again. Yeah. No. That's the first time. She has shut up on they she's really really sick. And no one sane. Absolutely. See what happens that more coming up? Thank you so much. Karen, see in a couple of minutes, these Florida morning show. And well, the president has not yet arrived on the southern border. But all of the media has NBC is there. Peter Alexander, apparently mcallen, Texas today. President Trump will get a briefing on border security from some of those who work along this border here the area that he's visiting is slated to get twenty five miles of new border wall that was funded last year. Is the reporters in the anchors are writing their notes. Now, Jen how we're gonna tear this apart already have even heard the speech. Yeah. Okay. We shall see. It'd be nice to see the what the wall looks like. It just he said it just got changed to steal originally was going to be cement. So since this wall was already built is it. People don't realize how much is already built how much how many miles Obama built. Right. That was all approved are the concrete ones. You always see those. There's a lot of wall. They're absolutely still a lot of space. So going to be the same everywhere. A lot of this a lot of the border is you know, it's it's in water. I mean, that's going to be monitored differently. Of course, some of it's going to be electric, right? So I got a white picket fence that's going up. Yeah. It's it's yeah. It's not like you're HOA fence. Gotta be gotta be approved same color. Same height. Same material. It's not going to be like that. So we shall see. What happens? I think he's going to go, and you're going to hear more statistics today about how the illegal migration has probably been stems since they put up that wall in the area. He's going to write and that'll be another statistic. He throws out. But what we want to hear from we want to hear from the border agents their personal stories every time, they do it. Remember, they they took over and Trump in the there were like four bald guys who were border experts. They were in the White House briefing room in the shutdown. That was great that they told their stories why it's so important what they go through day. That was whenever they do that resonates with beat. It's like you want to find out how a company works go to the trenches and talk to the people in the factories that make this stuff don't talk to the CEO of the company came up through the factory. But which usually isn't the case. But I mean, you go talk to the workers they'll tell you exactly what's going on. So you're right. I think if you hear a border agent say, hey, you know, what last week I was shot at fifty times that that will instantly change. Millions of people's minds. Yeah. God really shot at now. It's like with with the situation with with police officers across the country know, how it was open. It's been open season on them for how long now, and and the the whole mindset of America how it changed for. Let's protect our police officers. And so I think if you hear from a border agent who's going to tell you, hey, I get shot at people throw rocks at me, you know, I haven't been home because I'm working overtime because you know, a thousand people came across this area last week. Deny that they work there. They would know they see it every day, then I gotta lie. So listen not that we wanted to plan. This just saying what would sell this case better than if the president's up there is on some part of the wall, and he's speaking and then in the middle of it somebody tries to run across the border. I just say drugs like there's one now it's like a guys try to trust because they come over and packs, they usually come over by when I was in San Diego. I think the biggest thing that shocked me where the signs on the highways it, oh, it was a like a like a a woman's bathroom. It's got the little head in the triangle and the legs it had one of those. But like with three other little ones next to it. And I asked if I asked to after seeing like eight of them, I asked my brother on what are these signs way allies? Oh, he goes illegal aliens running across the highway was like what he goes. Yeah. He goes it happens all the time. Wow. Say cheese, then in that case, you know, they should talk to residents of mcallen, Texas. You're right residents up. It's probably going to be one of the. That like that woman that was said she came home one day, and there was a whole at her kitchen table. Hello, we're here. Okay. So the question is what is in your wallet? You know, those commercials. Samuel L Jackson does. Yes, they're all over the place. Let's Jennifer garner doesn't as well. Yeah. I really like her Samuel L Jackson for those commercials alone. Makes a minimum of ten million dollars a year you kidding? And million dollars on leave. Eight figures. Wow, hen million. Wow. Isn't that scary? Even that kind of money for just doing a commercial. Hey, good for him. Good for him. I give you credit. You know, he's worth they say he's worth like billions and billions of dollars. Of course. He's still a Capital One commercials. You'd think they'd give them a free care credit card. I always wondered that probably never sees his money teams of accountants. Do you're probably right. You're probably right. That is shocking. I would never think that an actor would make that much from commercial work. But then you start thinking about even bigger companies credit card companies are really big. But what what about you know, some of these racers that that do beer commercials it where these singers that do beer commercials. I'm thinking, what are they getting paid by Miller? Budweiser whoever it is that they're endorsing soccer players. You know, they're not getting that from the club in most cases international endorsements. But I was shocked that you know, in greater they're cute commercials. I I understand that. But ten billion dollars a year. You're talking about real money. What kind of money what kind of settlement? Would you get? You're getting divorced from the richest man on the planet. Jeff Bezos is getting divorced but the stories about her. Well, yeah. Well, but she's it's he's not going to be the richest man in the world anymore. Tell you that right now, she is we're gonna have to pay for Amazon prime rates. One seventeen this year. It's going to go up to one fifty next year. I will pay the price of that one border talk coming up next here..

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"batur" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"batur" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Crap. Cats. Eric bringing CAD Audio's our cat video. Let's talk about cats. Right. We'll talk cats. Because of the president realizes that they won't give him anything. Then what what you might as well start campaigning for twenty twenty now because you're not going to agree what they're gonna agree on infrastructure. Yes. There's nothing there as president going to agree to give them is any legislation. Go to move through. President is the president going to signal signals support because look part of his look you, and I looked at this differently than a for example, the Ann Coulter demographic that says he doesn't get it. We don't vote for him. Again. I would still vote for this president over any democrat. So the there you've got the Ann Coulter. If we don't get the wall, we've heard from a couple of people if the wall isn't there, that's what he promised at Mexico's and pay for it. You've got the hardliners had say they're not going to vote for him. Again on it. And it still will be viewed probably as disappointment to many Republicans out there. Now, we said if all of a sudden next week. Batur Ginsburg comes out and says, well, I'm going to step down from the supreme court. This is forgotten. No news can wipe out the disappointment of of old news like that. But if that doesn't happen, and there's no indication that that would happen. I would just use that as an example, right? Is the president going to agree to give the Democrats what they want on healthcare. No. Well, I think about the next spending Bill. Let's imagine that they everything he signed the spending Bill, and it's an subject. September right through September. Then what about the next spending Bill? All right. While he might ask for the wall again or money for the wall, again, he's not going to get it is he gonna shut the government down. Okay. Maybe. But then what after that we'll have to reopen the government. They're not going to give them money for the wall. So, but even you take the wall out of it. My question with the spending Bill. You know, I mean when we get to it at the end of the fiscal year. Imagine they reopened the government got funded through the fiscal year. There's going to be a number of items that the Democrats are gonna pile on. Oh, yeah..

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"batur" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"batur" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"If you don't correct fixing it corrected. He's going to send me a letter and say, hey, Mr. call, the landlord gimmicks us. Yeah. And it seems like I I guess I can kind of understand that one. If you have a plumbing issue from your particular property, and it's affecting others. Okay. I can kind of wrap my head around that one. But if you have a public sidewalk that just happens to be in front of my house and save the tree was caused by a tree that the city planted. Right. I can conceivably be responsible for the damage of that sidewalk that makes zero sense me. And some of the cities here in San Diego County are actually giving tax incentives for landlords to repair the front of the property, and I never really thought too far about like other than aesthetics, but the truth is the lawsuit is probably a big driving. And that being said, Justin. There are people in your profession who quite a bit of money. You know, looking for this stuff. I mean that gentleman had a ruptured spine. She can't work again. I mean, that's that's. Pretty legitimate injury. But at the same time, we're talking about something that is not a very common thing. This is this is an extreme situation. And never once have. I tripped on the street and PB because I used to live nearby. I've never thought I should really go after that homeowner. I was going to happen is that is there are they going to go after the homeowner. They just to stick with the city because the city has the Deepak, but the city could try and indemnify embracing in the homeowner right saying that their responsibility. Because if that's what the law says, if that's what the case may be then, you know, what the city is going to say, hey, we're off the hook here. This is in our property, it might be public land. But if that's what the law says, and you can legally you after the homeowner, and you have to take us off this lawsuit. That's crazy to me. I don't I don't get that personally. But. What we have to go to our next break again. So we are with Jason yards from golden west property management. My name is attorney Justin Isaac filling in for breadwinner of we're going to go over to Jim Sharpe. With the news. Stocks soared on Wall Street today. Erasing the plugs that took place a day earlier this after a string of encouraging developments that relieved investors who had been worried about the US economy. The Dow Jones closed over or rather up seven hundred points today, the terrorists behind the two thousand attack on the USS Cole is believed to have been killed in an airstrike in Yemen. A US administration official says Djamil Donnie was an al-qaeda operative who the US believes helped orchestrate the attack on the Cole that killed seventeen. American sailors. One of the new house freshmen has come under fire after using some profane language in a statement. She made last night about President Trump, Michigan congresswoman Rashida tallied. Batur profane remarks of while vowing to impeach President Trump it has drawn almost no support and plenty of pushback from members of her own party..

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