20 Burst results for "Beza"
Airplane Geeks Podcast
"beza" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"They say they're sticking to it, but the fuel prices have been going through the roof. So as part of getting your AOC, you have to demonstrate that you're a viable operational carrier that you will make money that you're not going to go under. So that's part of the paperwork they're supplying. And we've heard a rumor, which is that their AOC is to be released if it wasn't already last week. Now, it's a rumor. It could be like one of those things where yeah, there's just one last signature, ten years later, we're still waiting for that one last thing. We've been making reaching out to some context that we've got in the industry, one of them actually tipped me off just a couple of days ago as we record these. And this would have been over the previous weekend before this episode goes to air that he'd heard pretty strongly that the AOC had been issued to this airline. They're still playing pretty coy with a grant you've been in contact with the media people and they were actually quite enough to give us a statement. Yeah, they certainly have made. And the statement is from Tim Jordan, CEO of bonza. And we remain focused on the final stages of the regulatory process and look forward to sharing an update as soon as it's right to do so. Well, there you go. So playing a pretty striped bet there as the saying goes. But that's interesting. I mean, look, let's face it. If you got back and probably the media people at bonds will be going back. And I think, and who are these guys? And if they heard our last trick to watch. At Australia dish dot net, by the way, if you want to have a listen. We were just like, well, I know I was granted it's like, oh my goodness, really, bones are real and you must be joking. What a silly name, but that's not to say that we don't wish them well. I mean, it's providing more competition in the market. It's providing employment in the market, which is very much needed. And we wish them every success. But we are going to take, we are going to take the fun wherever we can. Because that's us. If they want to bring us along for the launch flight, we wouldn't say no. Tell him he's dreaming. That's a moment they've got three aircraft in country. 737 max 8s. They're flying around. They have a target to eventually bring in 8. Now we don't know if they'll do that. They actually had four on the register. One of those has now been taken off the register again and is currently being stored. We believe in Tucson in Arizona somewhere. So at the moment, I think the focus quite obviously for bonds is to first get that AOC, start ramping up operations. They're going to have to make a lot of money. You mentioned three aircraft back in August when we did our last dos desk here, and that's been a while. We were saying they were doing a competition to name the aircraft. Well, the competitions in and they play names are. Sheila beza and shaza. So sticking to the bogan, they are, as you said, they're really working the bogan view. So those are classic Aussie bargain names. It's to be blunt. It's awesome. This is great. We can cringe at a lock I was doing last time. Or we could relax, which is something I don't do enough, grit, just ask anybody, but we could just relax and have a bit of fun with it. We do wish them well. We'll provide an update on bonza airline as soon as it comes. Of course, if you want to book a ticket with them, you can't do it through travel agents. They are going to do it all via their app, which is another interesting way of doing things. I'll be very interested to see how that strategy goes. And if you want to find out more about bonza, you can go to fly bonza that's FLY, bonzi a dot com. And you know, I said that in American. You sure did. You know, you're always the linguist of the operation. Always the linguist. Is this where we get to drop the line about being cunning? No, grant. I don't think we'll be dropping that line. What we will do is do remind you folks, if you'd like to go back and have a listen if you're new to the show and you wonder what this segment with the strange accents is all about. All the archives or many of them anyway are at Australia disk dot net. We've actually just upgraded that website and doing a few little other bits and pieces in the background that way. Not quite ready to talk about yet, but we'll do so in the meantime. It is an Avalon here this year too in 2023, the Australian international air show. If you want to have a listen to what's going on there, you can have a listen to another podcast that we produce, which is the Australian defense magazine podcast. Grant lost edition of that. I think it was the last one anyway. He talks to Justin Giddings, who's the new boss of the Avalon air show, and he talks about some of the plans they've got coming. And it sounds like it's actually going to be a really, really great air show after a couple of COVID interrupted years. So we're really looking forward to that. That's right, mate. It was very heartbreaking to miss last year's one, which was supposed to be the ref centenary. But hey, you know, let's see what the guys can do for this one. And yeah, that was actually episode 36. So not the most recent one in the feed. But if you go to your podcast and look for ADM podcast. And you'll hear my dulcet tones throughout that entire show. Fantastic. Okay, that's everything we have for you on this week's Australia disc. Once again, we wish everybody a safe prosperous and
The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"beza" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"There's all these people holding signs up, right? Because you know when you're getting your limo or your cab or and so they have this sign and I see this sign for a kid by the name of a person Daniel beza. And I'm like, Carla, do you recognize that name? She goes, no, I don't know that name. I go, damn, this is weird. I know that name, but anyway, I'm lying in the hammock by the pool and this kid, Daniel, beza, comes up to me. He goes fast. And I go, yeah, he goes on, Daniel Baez, and I go, wow, this is too weird. He's from Costa Rica, working in a hedge fund in Amsterdam, and now I run into him in El Salvador, and they're working on solutions for Bitcoin as collateral in some pretty big in some pretty big spaces. So, you know, I'm going to be on his podcast just because I was having to camp out on a hammock because my room's not ready. But I want to shout out to well, let's start with Brandon man. You rocket kid, I like your style, and yes, we're on a mission. Shout out to the swan team, Lisa huff, beautiful daughter. Christina, you did absolutely put together top to bottom, beautiful podcast. A beautiful event and hats off 80 people or your 85 person swant team. I mean, you might have may as well had 850 because that's how good they're planning and everything was. And so on the Saturday night, I was lucky enough to go with a private dinner with Michael saylor and a few other small, a small gathering, but Mark moss was there. And Marc's comment to Michael saylor was never in the history of a bloodbath in the price of Bitcoin, has Mark seen such a positive vibe. And so I'll concur. I'm very honored to be part of that. Corey was a warrior from top to bottom. I met so many cool young sir Ulrich comes to mind. In terms of young kid that is going to change the world. So that's why I love going. Tomer, I notice you have a new profile pick with your cowboy hat on or it's I guess a crocodile Dundee hat. So you look pretty good there, brother. And just a shout out to everything you guys did. James lavish myself, Larry lepard. You know we're twice your age. And we're happy to be included. So thanks for having me. Yeah, it's super important to have you guys. Because you have perspective and wisdom. Well, I like to say that all I bring to the table is 35 years of mistakes, right? So try not to make the same mistakes I did. You got to, you got to survive your mistakes. It's easy to be a hero in a bull market, right? Everyone's a genius in a bull market. That's not where money is made, and that's not where you will have a legacy. Your legacy will be in bear markets. Your legacy is about managing risk properly, understanding position sizing, understanding that there's never just one cockroach, understanding that just when you think you can't take another gut punch, guess what's going to happen. You're going to get another gut punch because that's the way markets work. Markets move in the direction that causes the most pain to the most people. That is exactly why you need to manage risk properly. And I'm pretty pumped to be at these conferences to try and help people understand the beauty of Bitcoin is the asymmetry of the opportunity, which means, and there's Bitcoin maxis that don't agree with me, but you know, I can't help it. I'm not going to change the way I manage risk. You don't have to be all in. And that's why it's so beautiful that you can take advantage of down markets and everything. And yeah, and then yesterday, I got on a podcast in American hotel who I gave a to at the LA swan. Conference was he was on a podcast just brought it back to his former level of calling out the scams, calling out FTX bullshit. And you know it felt good. It felt good to bring to bring that our mission and our energy to trying to help change the world. And then finally, I set out to Natalie brunel's amazing frigging interview on Maria bartiromo this morning. If you people have not listened to it, I want to say people, I mean it with all the love. If you fellow plebs have not listened to Natalie, absolutely skewer the Fiat system in less than four minutes. This is prime time viewing. And it's delivered with a smile and, you know, I just sit back and I'm like, I'm happy to be on that team. She's an excellent person to speak to mainstream media about Bitcoin. She has she's always on point. She hits her freaking talking points, nails them. She's from that world, right? And because she's a colleague, she gets on their shows in like, look, there's going to be people who are like, stop simping on now. Fuck you. I'm not Simba. She's just good at what she does. Like, if you can get on those shows and do a better job than her, go right ahead. And I will applaud you as well. But if you can't shut the fuck up, she's doing awesome. Yeah, well, I think I don't think, you know, I think more people are realizing that Alex, I guess you and I have talked and joked about this. I'm very perhaps I use this. If you're lucky enough to grow up with a pitching ability to throw a 100 mph fastball, I definitely think you should go into the major leagues, okay? It's just probably a smart way for you to pursue a career. And I feel the same way about Natalie. She is able to smile and deliver a message that the world can appreciate that is not from some grumpy old man like me. It's better to hear it from a much more pleasant young lady who can say it with all the daggers, but delivered with us. You know, you know what's interesting to me about that. If you look at like, what do they call that when you have a really attractive young lady on the finance shows? They're like, they're like, you know what I'm saying? Money honey is money buddies, whatever the fuck. She's the first one. She's the first well, I don't know I'm not gonna call her a money honey or money bunny. But she's the first attractive MSM speaker who actually is like super, super smart. And knows what the fuck she's talking about, which is fantastic. Yeah, there's more. There's others, and this is why I think, you know, I don't make any, I try not to pull any punches. I mean, one of the things that I love is meeting some of the, you know, look, I'm not prejudice, I meeting some of the young black kids that I met in LA, you know? We need people of color. We need women. We need everybody that's, you know, Bitcoin is agnostic. Bitcoin's colorblind Bitcoin is perfect for everybody in the world. And all of a sudden, you know, I just think that that's what's so perfect that we need all of these different representatives because there are people out there that aren't quite as genuine as Bitcoin as. I can even the enemies, even people who hate Bitcoin is for you too. I actually said that on a podcast, I said, you know, Bitcoin. Bitcoin doesn't care. Sorry,
The Bad Crypto Podcast
"beza" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Us how quickly time has flown by. And when I spoke to my friend vezel last week, I discovered it had been almost four years since he first came on this show to discuss art on the blockchain. So we thought it was a great time to invite him back to see what's changed and what stayed the same. We get into some deep stuff about the nature of art and how NFTs are changing the game. One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small. Take them both and you end up just where you started. There, I've created derivative art with my words. And now we're going to create more art words with our friend vesa on this artsy fartsy episode number 588 of the bad crypto podcast. Who's that? Welcome to the show gang. Says the bank crypto podcast show Tom and Travis right here for me. Oh, I just farted out some art. Well, you know, some of the stuff out there. I think beza would agree that it looks like somebody just farted out art. A.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"beza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin And I made Martinez a new book by poet Amanda Gorman speaks of the quest for justice and equality Those values sparked a controversy in Europe over whether her translator should be diverse In Hungary they include translators from Europe's largest and most stigmatized minority who are working on an addition due out this spring Joanna kakis reports from Budapest Rosalia gallum bezza first discovered Amanda Gorman on YouTube One day comes we ask ourselves where can we find light in this never ending shade It was a clip of Gorman at President Biden's inauguration Reciting her now famous poem the hill we climb Among are you standing in the middle with her yellow coats and everyone else is in black the way she performs her poem you are listening to her and everything makes sense Go on pizza who's 20 years old says this poem seems to speak to her own experiences as aroma in Hungary You know when you experience his every day of your life and you just feel every word of the poem the Roma are one of Europe's largest ethnic minorities and its most marginalized They were known for years as gypsies a term gallum beza says is loaded with the racism she faced growing up in Hungary You are not enough You won't be able to have a career because you will have a children at 16 or 15 My brother his teacher told him that it doesn't really matter if he studies because he won't be able to get a good job and he will be no one in life The Roma migrated from India to Europe more than a thousand years ago More than 12 million live in Europe today and are European citizens Yet many live in impoverished to villages shut out of good schools and the job market Someone who doesn't know what it's like to be different in this kind of way it will be hard for them to understand what among them might have thought when she wrote to the poem Columbia is now one of Gorman's Hungarian translators She and three other Hungarian Roma are.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"beza" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"There folks, have you ever wanted to talk to an actual archeologist? Because I don't. But actually, that's not true. Listen, I know if you know me, you know, I love archeology. I love biblical archeology in my new book as atheism dead. A third of the book is devoted to biblical archeology. It's really exciting when you know the details when you know the stories. It's just undeniably exciting. So you can imagine, I was pretty excited when I learned that doctor Steve not lay could come into the studio why you're saying why Eric because he's an archeologist. He's a distinguished Professor of New Testament and Christian origins at niac college and he is at the center of a very, very, very exciting New Testament dig, doctor Steve, Natalie welcome. Thank you for having me here. You can tell I'm bursting with country fresh flavor over this issue. I just can't. Where do we start? Just tell my audience, the nutshell version of what you are privileged to be working on right now. I like to describe the site as the last lost city of the gospels. Most people don't realize they go to Israel, they visit there. They get off the bus. There's a sign, telling them their accessory, or mojito. They don't realize that almost all of these biblical sites got lost. They were destroyed, abandoned, forgotten. And we've been in a process for the last 150 years of rediscovery. Okay, so when you say got lost, you're saying over 2000 years, we lost track. So in the last 200 years, roughly, we have been finding the places we've read about. We've been showing that they exist that they're true. But you're telling me that the one that you're working on now is the last one. This is the one that we did not know where it was until recently. Exactly. There was an alternate site suggested about a mile and a half from where we are. They've been digging there since 1987. But it had problems. And there were a lot of hesitations people weren't willing to sign off on it being Bette, which is an important site. Apart from capernaum and the Galilee, it's the second most mentioned site in the gospels. Okay, so when you say Beth's bits say debt, for people just tuning in, why is that important? What happened there, according to the gospels that we would know about. It's the home of Peter Andrew and Phillip. So Jesus is apostles are coming from there. It's also in the region of beta where the feeding of the 5000 takes place. You also have various healings taking place there, Jesus ministry of healing. Whenever he gets into the boat to go to the other side, that is Beth Satan. That is translated. You're telling me until 5 minutes ago, we did not know where it was. Not until we started excavating. And now we know. Yes. And we're excited. It should be. You should be. This is a big deal. It is a huge deal. I thought Peter was from capernaum. No. But didn't they have a home? What's in capernaum? He anyway, we'll talk about that another time. But so you're telling me that until this dig, which leading, we didn't know. When did you know and how did you, as I have looked into this world of biblical archeology, I've found it interesting that people sometimes settle on identifying something. They're not sure, but they kind of settle on it because it's the best bet. And years pass, and then later they realized, no, no, no, it's over here. That's basically what happened with Beth site. Exactly. Again, there's often times there's various disciplines that are used to try to identify a site. Archeology is usually the last word. Let's say it comes in and confirms whether there are material remains that match the historical descriptions. And sometimes we find that places that were previously thought to be a particular location are not. And that's what happened in this occasion. And it's there were questions being raised. There were various suggestions already in the 19th century as to where it might be. One of the sites, as I mentioned, an Israeli archeologist was excavating there. But it's about a mile and a half from the Lake shore. And one of the things we know about beza is that it is a fishing village. And you don't build a fishing village, a mile and a half from the Lake. So what happened? They began digging there and they dug for 30 years. And again, there were questions raised about it. Various people raised questions. I published in 2007 in a peer reviewed journal. Challenging that site started a huge conversation and basically we were challenged if we thought it was someplace else we should excavate it. See, I love, I love the way this works. And again, it's only because I wrote my recent book that I've started to understand how this works because a big part of my book I talk about the discovery of biblical sodom, doctor Stephen Collins, Albuquerque. And it's the same thing where eminent biblical archeologists had sort of settled on a couple of other sites. And when you looked into it, you said, well, they've got some those sites have some real problems. So if you were an archeologist, you'd say, gosh, I wonder if we could ever find the real thing. And that's kind of what happened with you, right? I mean, you said that this place, yeah, it could be it, but if it's a fishing village, I mean, anybody who's walked a mile and a half recently understands, you don't build a fishing village. And now a 30 minutes away by foot on foot. As I grew up in Oklahoma, and we would say that's a long way to pull your boat..
Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"beza" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"He's only a prince of greece because his mother was some fallen habsburg. But we've had several requests on the show to cover an unusual element of prince philip's biography of which he actually became aware and when she probably enjoyed now way before we get there you know when we come over to dinner. It's clear that the attraction is mindy and that you are just sort of there as her concert. now that's true. How would you feel. How much would you chafe if if you were mindy. Jennings's concert if you were what's minis Made name Bom if you were if you were Mr boehm jennings mr mindy. Bom mr mindy bom. How long before you chafed. I think i would shave. I dunno does it come with all the not because not even because she's a woman but just to be the all. I already chafe at being your second banana when you and i go to baseball games and you throw out the first pitch and don't you just have to sit in your in your seat that you got from calling higher. Yeah but not. Because of you. I call the rock and roll higher up. Yeah but i sit and kind of go for for for them. I assume it must be difficult. And i don't and just assume that from my experience speaking to people who have been in that position mindy has a friend of ours. Who really think who has a couple of friends who wanted to confide in her about you. Know what it's like to have to What happens to your identity. When suddenly you have a spouse with some level of unexpected level of status or famer prestige yeah and mendis quite untouched by the whole thing. And she always just kind of blinks and says sympathetic things because she has never thought boy. What an ordeal. It is to have a to have an accomplished spouse but many people do we had a we had a friend We have a friend who was recently profiled in a magazine piece and Had a spouse that was quite upset that that the they're the spouses accomplishments were not recognized. That happens a lot. I have a few friends who are famous and their spouse spouse resents that they're that they're vanity project isn't held in great esteem. And you do see a lot of these vanity projects. Jerry seinfeld's wife's cookbooks. I'm sure fantastic. But and it's good that she's finally graduated from high school i did. I do remember one time at your house when you you ask somebody to pass you the catch a bottle or whatever and it took a little bit of time or somebody took took took time to get it to you and you said you know. I paid for that ketchup. Didn't feel very much like you or you were like you know what you know. One would have any ketchup. If it weren't for me. You need to be thinking about me. I'm a game show every time you add catch up to your hot dog. Let's be frank. Yeah i don't know. I don't know would that be a i feel like if it came with all the money and comfort go boating and you had to sleep on your dad's mattress there's no comfort. There's no freedom more comfort. That's very specific to prince philip. If i was if i was if i if i had married into money and i was just a trophy in america yeah. I don't know that i would mind. Yeah i'd be an odd choice. Closure right i mean why. Why are you guys still feel like if jennifer lawrence wants to marry like an older guy and have him just around to say funny. Things i'm available. It's happening in seattle. Now that melinda gates mackenzie bays also newly single in seattle. She numbers she. She fairly quickly got a re engaged to just a teacher at the kids own seattle private school. Some of my friends kids chemistry teacher. Yeah suddenly he's gonna be mr mckenzie beza captain my captain and he immediately quit. He's not he's not teaching there anymore. But i bet you he signed pre-nup our sure but i assume all the all the faculty were really. Yeah what the discussions in the break room. Were like everybody. Updating their the picture on their picture on the website right on tinder another melinda single again. There's probably a lot of that going on. Oh i guess maybe their kids are not in high school anymore. I can't remember how old the youngest is. i think. yeah so. She's gotta be hitting the bars. Maybe she likes dirac yet to know what are qualification on. Well i mean you think a trophy husband. I mean i cut a dashing figure but would you have a royal title. Like prince phillip. Would you be like the duke of ballard. The duke ballard. Please the duca ballard. Please not ballard west seattle the duke of burien yell addict period but Getting to what made prince philip a movement. We need to kind of move the lens from buckingham palace bell moral or whatever all the way across almost to the exact antipasto point on the earth's surface we head now to sunny vanuatu in the south pacific. It's in melanesia somewhat. East of new guinea near fiji st. It did not occur to me that this was an antipodes but now that you say it. Wow the the actual antipodes has to be fairly close. It's a little south of their speen in new zealand are almost precisely antipodes tip odal. I don't know if it's anti portal or an typical via the the sun never sets on the british empire. At least it didn't. The sun has continued to not set on the british empire. I believe.
"beza" Discussed on Photography Daily
"What was the time scale at this point but that was about nine years post loss. I think Fast forward to twenty fourteen and some like minded individuals that photography's Passionate out this particular photography. We launched remember my baby in the uk. The uk really needed a jet dedicated. Charity has been photograph photographing babies in that time. Had you only a few. It is hard to promote the american charity in the uk. So it didn't really. We weren't going very far. We didn't we didn't make many families so once we'd launched remember my baby we went from strength strength and we're in our seventh year. We'll turn seven Next month we've met over. Four thousand five hundred families delivered over one hundred fifty two thousand images free of charge which is just. It's amazing it fills me with took humble kind of pride. It's odd for me to be part of an organization that can facilitate the quality images that were able to deliver free of charge. When these are the only fair to graphs families are gonna get because as no first steps. And i ex school except tra in all of that is lost all of that angel- for taking classes lost and it is kind of the silver lining in my stillbirth cloud. I wouldn't be doing this if i hadn't lost my daughter a dan. How great images up. They're not once. I really want to share but the images i see coming across my monitor from volunteers are honestly. Sometimes they take my breath away but to quote artsy. Our goal is to offer a service of baby. Remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of their baby in every hospital and birth santa trust the uk so perhaps we should be very clear on what the services how. How do you help parents. What exactly is the service that you offer. How does it work things that we offer. The core service is remembrance photography so we have a network of volunteer photographers across. The uk may defended professional similar highly skilled professionals. Or you're retired. Or whatever is if they can create for their maura hospitals. Get in touch with us to let us know. The family are in need and volunteers will to the hospitals around their work and family lives to provide by quality traits. White images usually baby with family. Mom and dad sometimes siblings sometimes extended family beza provided four to six weeks later on a usb with our logo on with a hundred and not from the photographer on pace car that we make three of church so as are angel- demento reminder of a situation where they came away from hospital with empty arms and sometimes you can feel like you've denied dream. That was that really have that baby. It's like for me. It was a bit like having an experience really is a bit like i was expecting someone else you know. My baby died at birth and the made to be able to be part of an organization that captured these images but families in. This situation is just incredible. The other service that we do is editing touching about dimensioned the editing because that's a very important part of it because i understand that. See the a lot of volunteers who were fantastic idea. I would love to be part of this but don't feel ready to to photograph cannot see still offer a lot of value to the charity company. Yeah totally a lot of volunteer photographers. Photography's that we ask. If they'd like to get involved like shrek new. I'm i'm too emotional. Couldn't hold it together and we say we'll buy editing and you your you are seeing some images that could be upsetting or distressing because not all. Babies are in excellent condition. We do say blemishes and skin tests and bruising and such like it's about i'm be harrowing i can be a bit challenging bert. You're not in the room with the family. So it's a huge ask site to a person these guys to this hospital and make this family just lost their baby walk into that room with that fresh raw grief however arrested out of our comfort zone for half an hour or an hour depending along with their. we're providing images that bring an enormous comfort to that family for years because we can go back to our normal lives but this family have to live with that grief but editing images for probably pursue. Manage the editing either. Because they're booked back with weddings etc or perhaps the editing is Distressing for them if it was if it wasn't such as smooth session. It does vary the emotion in the room or if it's technically challenging such as chiba naval where we made a baby in neonatal unit for example they may have tubes and sticking-plaster them search over their face for a few images from that session if the parents would like then. The editing team will remove the tubes and medical paraphernalia that would be. Editing is just as important and in fact through lockdown when we suspended our service last year for several months the editing team continued to edit throughout. And we where we were contacted. We said to hospitals if if staff or if the families have taken images themselves either on camera or award camera or there we can edit that editing tape did did a lot of editing through the the suspension of our service mickey. I don't want to pry. But i i am going to ask if this service had been available to you when you lost your second child. Is it something you would have wanted yourself absolutely. I imagine not having miami. I just can't imagine that. I don't have my baby. I don't have the memories that i could have captured that. I have captured my other children. I don't look at the very often. But when i do i can remember the the midwife being so kind who took footprints and handprints an lock of hair and i actually took a video camera in an. I.
Julgados e Comentados
"beza" Discussed on Julgados e Comentados
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Bleeding Green Nation
"beza" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"On. The ultimate wasn't my decision. I would just ending. Today told me to come out tonight. We reacted gets. I really didn't notice it until. I play but i mean just. Nfl football next man up. I mean we all here for reason. We all practically every day. So i made his next man. We just gotta rowett. It'd be ready down. So i mean you can never get enough rope so just continue to bill. Just continue getting routes when when things happen you just have. The role. whitney started the second hand to to I would say it was just kind of just getting back into it. Like i said i mean starting off slow getting a certain amount of website practice and then just been ohio. How's feelings has gained back into door more so religious gained back into gingko myself regular quiz walked out on the deal together for three on the field together for most of the first hour. Are you guys do in terms of getting to know how to work with each other. I mean in our room. Everybody company other everybody's learning from everybody. You want an amandus in san what he does he he does. Some you ask questions about it. And i feel like our own We all respect each other to well. We know that we can go to one another about some that. We seem to be out. What was the experience like. Notice any appreciable difference between college game and what you tonight Nfl's lot slower. You come back to and things like that you got a little more. Time with colleges no huddle. Everything's so i mean it's a little slow here. The gallon more time to process things practice games. Difference there Honestly to me practice field. Like gang i mean temple's about the same Just if some go wrong you got a chance to correct. Practice go rolling. The game is no correcting congleton knicks. Play joe saying that. It's it's good to see press coverage the game right is. Are you seeing that more game then bracket situations I mean everybody's everybody's different defense place so stick to what they do tend to place place cubs gonna stick to what they do. I mean just get not getting the feel for first mortgage beza lawsuit side. I mean i know what idea wrong. I gotta focus on kitchen the ball on me and that's all it is just take him is way too early. I mean it's not necessarily. I mean those plays i gotta make..
Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"beza" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"I just think that would be better. Because it's easier to make the door through all the hassle and harm right now making a movie especially in today's of pen barrick and beza dealers nearly dying and everybody's practice lucas streaming mask on practically on which is a ironic watching a bunch of guys running on a desert mask at without mask on when. Watch into tutor probably. Oh you know how doom can repeat one. We're looking at sort of movie. I don't know. I folks i i really appreciate the sport for all that we've done with strength to be home and of course now with with a is definitely been exciting to talk about this subject. That's why i wanted to create. Its other show within the show. Because i wanted to go further. I wanted to talk about many other. Things actors writing writing low riders. But i want to talk further about that. And that's what we're able to really do a show like this ofi a lot of people listening to this especially those from the way we'll have some useful comments or some kind of take what i tried to do over here. I i mean if you feel that you could do better. I think at great. I love here with you. Have to go podcasts. Something like that. Or whatever and i listened to it. I listened to everybody stuff especially when it regards to to do. Whether i like it or not doesn't really matter. I still like to hear it. I like to know other people's zinc. And so i'd like to hear from you and i certainly like to hear anything you might have produced yourself focus. I am not ba- final or this is not the final word on june. And i don't even know if. I wanna call myself an expert on doing i mean i'm probably older and a lot of people that have known this movie. I can tell you that. I've probably ready to hold out earlier than most people have but nevertheless As much as i've had a lifetime fascination whether you're going to have a lot of people that are going to be new that they might abbott angolan episode before and..
Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"beza" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"Because it's easier to make the door through all the hassle and harm right now making a movie especially in today's of pen barrick and beza dealers nearly dying and everybody's practice lucas streaming mask on practically on which is a ironic watching a bunch of guys running on a desert mask at without mask on when watch theater probably. Oh you know how doom can repeat one when we're looking at sort of movie. I don't know. I folks. I i really appreciate the sport for all that we've done with strength to be home now with a with is definitely been exciting to talk about this subject. That's why i wanted to create. Its other show within the show. Because i wanted to go further. I wanted to talk about many other. Things actors writing writing low riders. But i want to talk further about that. And that's what we're able to really do a show like this ofi a lot of people listening to this especially those from the way. We'll have some useful comments or some kind of taken what i tried to do over here. I i mean if you feel that you could do better. I think that great. I love here with you. Have to go around podcasts. Something like that. Or whatever. And i listened to it. I listened to everybody stuff especially when it regards to to do. Whether i like it or not doesn't really matter. I still like to hear it. I like to know other people's zinc. And so i'd like to hear from you and i certainly like to hear anything you might have produced yourself focus. I am not ba- final or this is not the final word on june. And i don't even know if. I wanna call myself an expert on doing i mean i'm probably older and a lot of people that have known this movie. I can tell you that. I've probably ready to hold out earlier than most people have. But nevertheless as much as i've had a lifetime fascination whether you're going to have a lot of people that are going to be new that they might abbott angolan episode before and..
"beza" Discussed on Deeply Upsetting
"But you got like ninety like you barely like and even then the teachers like i kind of let one slide yet. You shouldn't have gotten credit for. That's low orbit. He's he he. He barely got there yet. So that's bazo doing the bare minimum. Also how long ago was it that he and his wife got divorced because this screams midlife crisis just got a divorce if you have two hundred billion dollars instead of getting a fucking convertible you you go to low orbit yep yeah In a dick rockett okay. And that's a really important thing to talk about. Is the way that that rocket looked. Did nobody cares about the appearance of it. Was that just like not a factor. Someone trying to fuck over jeff beza which i hope is the case bald man and a dick rocket is my favorite moby album. There's there's no way the engineers looked at that and didn't think. Wow that's a giant dick. No no possible way. It's got a mushroom tip. I mean it's not. It's not like a rocket as phallic shaped okay. Yeah but most aren't pointy like a fucking needle at the end. You know this. This one literally has a mushroom tip and two tiny little balls on either. Let the fuck. It's insane. I just want to know the story. I want to be in the meeting. Where they're like. Yeah looks cool. Looks masculine in a way right. Like very cool and masculine. I wonder if maybe jeff bezos knew. It looked like a dick the whole time. That was his intention and it was a test of loyalty where he was waiting to see. If anybody would mention that it looks like a dick and nobody did like finds out. He has no real friends in the world..
Mason & Ireland
"beza" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The billionaires all race to space and finishing second place with dr evil jeff bass right so. Let me ask you a question about this since you think this. Was you think it was wasteful ways. You think it was an ego trip ego trip. So do you feel like the government. Spending all that money in the sixties to go to space with the astronauts was wasteful in an ego trip You know because we actually accomplish stuff and discovered stuff. I mean there were a lot of medical advancements came from that there was a lot of positive that came from that beyond just getting to the moon. Okay so we. We invented the mri. How why couldn't those things be a byproduct of beza going to space. No well i mean they shut the space program down basically after the the columbia blew up and we don't really do anything anymore. The space shuttle program with suspended but nasa is still well-funded. We're on the moon. We're on mars right now. But they've got. We've got a rover on mars. Like little drones flying landscape and who's paying for that the federal government right. So what's the difference between the federal government and bazo student. Way what's to say that bazo says and branson's little joy rides into space can't develop things like an mri. We don't know until they go right while they're gone right they win. I'm just saying if you want to shutdown space exploration. Okay but then. You're just complaining because two billionaires did it. You're not complaining that the i'm doing it to billionaires got on an ego trip right ways. You're at a lot of money. I try the government doing. Yeah i trust nasa all the little people. She's on mars right now. Right all the people that bezos in branson hired or ex-nasa they just went and got astronauts. I mean it's the same thing. Okay let's go. let's go looks like i'm getting killed on the phones Let's go to anthony in san pedro anthony europe. Seven guys love the great love. The so thank you. Hey yeah. I do think it's a waste of money i know. Jeff bezos and warren buffett. Their responsibilities not fix the world issues and you know. They came up with their own money through their own. You know private stuff. But i think the money is a little bit wasted on and then on top of that to go back to your other point where like warren buffett is going to donate all of his money to charity. Those charities are actually set up by himself so he does not lose any of his money towards the end of his life and all technically goes back to the kids. So if you look up those terror you technically. His charity created for his kids. Okay gauge foundation as giving away fifty billion dollars all right so let me ask you this. Yeah you think what what bothers you the most about. This is the amount of extravagance right the fact that he spent five billion and the fact that so much good could be done with that okay. The most expensive stadium built before so fi was jerry world. For a billion stan. Kroenke spent five billion. Why are you criticizing stan. Kroenke for spending four billion more than jerry jones because it has got meaning beyond. It's a landmark in the city. It's a gathering place for this lab was wednesday of good. I saw michael sorry about thirty minutes late. But you guys you guys are talking about right up by my favorite things. Money and space. Michael explain to mason that it's not just a five billion dollar joy reid. We might get other things out of these trips. -display me a clearly. We're talking about this the other day and i kind of side with mace. On this and i loved space exploration. I love the the The conveniences and the technology that we've derived from the nasa space program marland. I agree with you on. I stuff but it does seem like this is just a joy rifle billionaires and that's their money and they wanna waste it that's fine but they're not doing experiments that's gonna benefit mash reynard. True right but how do we know until they go up there and they were literally there for like eight minutes and besides then space. I tweeted about this the other day. Yeah that's a really good point boy. They are not a space until you need a heat. Shield to get back to earth you. They're up the sub orbital space up in the high atmosphere but they don't need a he. Sheila come back so that's not space. Let's let's get you wanna take more calls on eight years nathan in saint louis. Hey nathan you're on seven ten. Espn hi guys. Hey down good. Okay ms so you. I'm nineteen years old. You make way more money than me. And i don't complain about you buying donuts every night. You be complaining about phase. Those who is. There's a big difference between buying donuts and five billion dollars. I also i also do other stuff. Yeah and i've also got a scholarship. I do for the national lesbian gay journalists. I got a scholarship. I do a bowling green state university to work and other stuff to call a. You're making a good point. It is his money wasted. How he how he sees fit and me. We're talking about this the other day. It is their money but they could do a lot more with the money in disclaimer. He just said he's given one hundred dollars demand jones to let him do whatever he thinks is going to help the help. The country i e. It's very michael. It's very hard for me to criticize other people what they do with their billions as long as they're good people. Yeah i mean it's not like mason called him. Dr evil nocturnal looks like doctor evil dollars. Sodas they ship. It looked like doctor. Evil like he's building some destructor raid to end. All right arlen your dollar. What did what did he spend on this Penis rocket alcohol program. Looks like this is what five billion dollars for a penis rocco. Perhaps i agree with five dollars. You know what he could've done to like up school programs for kids and put so many ended world. Hunger invented world hunger homelessness cycle. This is not fair you. I've said this many many times. You're the most generous guy friends. You give to charities. You do stuff for people in the bahamas that met you. Once twenty years ago. I mean you privately have had this guy. I think your generous sometimes but you also you klay just built that big fancy house on the beach they would be like me saying hey michael once to live two or three miles more up the hill and didn't take the that money and giving it's not for me to say make a lot of sense on that i agree with you on that. And you're right. He does and bill gates warren buffett. They give a lot to charities. And you're right. They help out. But i don't know five billion dollars just to go for eight minute ride yet. It is a very short pale. Everything and michael's right it is. He's barely in space space. You're not a space space totally agree with you. It's half space but once you get weightless doesn't that make spayed on no because you could go up very very high and then you could. You could come down a certain angle. You go weightless or no. You gotta be above the earth's atmosphere. The only way to get back is is when you coming back mason ireland and listeners. You look outside your window. There's three thousand degrees fire going outside wins because that's the kind of heat generating coming back with without that. You would burn up in a second now. I do understand going like going to mars and space exploration with nasa. We've got a rover on mars right now. Which is really cool. And we've got a little drones flying around and we've got great images coming back from there and then think someday were michael. You'll disagree with me. But i think so i think he. I think he's gonna agree there. I was just gonna ask michael mason. Thinks we're gonna probably not in our lifetime. But he thinks one day we will inhabit other planets. Do you agree. I don't agree with that. I know but crazy for me to say mase because if human race is still around a thousand years from now who knows my technologies that means they've and maybe you're right mace. Maybe by then they'll find out some kind of propulsion method. That's going to increase. Speed a zillion times to be able to get there in time. You're gonna have to cultivate enough food. You gotta carry enough fuel to travel. These tencent. Hundreds of millions of miles..
The Angry Therapist Podcast
"beza" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"Was your date night. So i bought a but sprinkler and It's a bad day. Do bay do beza pillow comfort right a day. I believe it's called and It happened because forget who who was talking to but americans. Oh i know it was. It was my girlfriend. Americans they I think that their own we. I'm i am also an american ri. Were the only people who Wipe our asses with Paper and I was about it. And it's kinda gross. You know And so i was like I wanna play with them. But sprinkler ashley wanted to see what what other people in this world due to clean their their. But and so i got a.
RNZ: The Detail
"beza" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"That set and there is there is one little proviso. I put there. There is in the legislation provision for the judges to look to make sure that children have been properly provided for and they theoretically can refuse to grant a dissolution if they feel that The children aren't properly provided for. But that's that's really turned out to be a bit of a footnote of history. It's not applied often at because the you understand that they current view of enabling the parties to make the decisions about their lives the parties to decide when they end their relationship as the dominant philosophy. So you come from work on a wednesday and your significant other is in beat with gartner doesn't mesa you have to say to the rights. I'm moving out. You have to be a part two years before you can initiate divorce proceedings. Separation runs from win. One party clearly advises the other that the that the marriages. Ivo i k. and sometimes that don't move out immediately out of the house they much either house in separate rooms. But that's the legal test and then you have to wait two years two years Longtime i think it is too long now win. This legislation came in in nineteen eighty was considered to be forward thinking and liberal. Because we were going away from a system that was a ahead ahead of component of blame and it was very tightly controlled when you couldn't couldn't get a divorce. And that was the state trying to bolster marriages. Nineteen ninety this whole new. Change one ground for divorce But there was the two year seperation period. I think it's out of date now. I think the world's moved on the rice of marriages divorces in new zealand has fluctuated wildly over the years. The marriage rights has figured out by taking the number of marriages among all eligible people over the age of sixteen. This picked and nine thousand nine hundred. seventy five. Were forty five marriages per one thousand eligible people. The divorce rate is figured in a similar y. You take all the eligible capos. The skies all the marriages in say for every one thousand marriages had many. Divorces are the using this metric the divorce rate and nineteen eighty to win the what seventeen divorces. For every one thousand married couples have been peixun troughs but in recent years divorces of held pretty steady in twenty nineteen. The rate was about eight point six which is about the same as it was in one thousand. Nine hundred seventeen nine marriages on the other hand dropped off a cliff. Nine hundred seventy nine hundred twenty nine marriages for every one thousand unmarried adults in twenty nine hundred number was lease than teen. It's a bit tricky to come up with a single number to say what proportion of marriages end in divorce but as a rough god you've got about a forty percent chance of getting divorced before you hit a quarter of a century to give them deeper. China's has a theory the way that we're living our lives now is much more likely to be a series of monogamous relationships. Rather than one that started when you were about twenty and ended death when you're a bad icy and we know that defect does move even more quickly through a series of relationships. I don't think they would be many new zealanders. Olo we all go down the aisle thinking this is it this is. This is the person. Stay with them forever. Of course we do but they they would be very few lenders. Who would say categorically marriages forever. I'm neva eva walking away from this marriage because life is complicated people a complicated end people want a different that the whole the whole things changed. I mean we. We want much more freedom. We want much more personal autonomy. We're much more conscious of time and making sure we enjoy our lives. It's a very different mentality from the fifties sixties and seventies in new zealand But for myself. I don't think oh god. The whole planets falling two birds. I actually think it's healthier. I think it's beza. I think people are happier. And in some ways i feel sorry for people who don't have the courage to say i'm not happy in my marriage. I wanna change my life. And i think there's a lot of those. I think there's a lot of ours But a lot of the people. I see the process of separation as painful and difficult End you must look after your children in that process. There's no doubt about that but so many of them. I see further down the track. Three or four or five years later they re structured their lives. They happier they're with. They may be with someone else that i are in love with. They might generally We try and separate it away. That doesn't result in world war three and they may well have a good relationship with their former spouse so i think people are happier with this more. Liberal society actually just occurred to me that there is a spike in one thousand nine hundred eighty two divorces in perhaps that is the result of this legislation. Actually i would it almost certainly is. That's probably right there because remember. The old process was awful. We'll tell you about the. The process was in the high court so it was former wigs and gowns and order to get a divorce that the main ground people relied on was adultery. And so you hit to give evidence over very You know so they used p is and what they soar and following people around absolutely horrendous really i love only because they it seems so outrageous does seems button up boots doesn't it. I didn't really want to admit this. Deep precise but i had no idea what the price but not vote spent. Apparently it's like a relic of times past but not boots being old school. Dress boots worn in victorian times. Anyway there's a petition new zealand at the moment. that's partially. Why are we talking by. Someone named ashley jones who is pushing for a change in the divorce laws. Are you.
"beza" Discussed on Operation Optimism
"I went to bay there before squally had those talks in interactions with them so anything that takes that away for me is too high price to pay. Yeah this those are priceless times. Get it back. It's it's one of the reasons why i decided to home school. Also pandemic kind of forced on felt. Because i mean it's kind of hectic like when i'm at home and on zoom calls and whatnot but then i have the opportunity to say like listen. I'm on a call right now. But when i'm done we're gonna go for right so it's like sitting in those little moments that i can that otherwise i wouldn't be having because when they get home. It's like hustle bustle getting dinner and like all these things. I want to have those little glimmer like moments throughout the day when it's not chaotic to let them know like i'm filling up your cup. I urge early to me too. So you're worth it and we just brought my daughter again for just for homes going again. It just was struggling school and she's had some bullying issues and i was like. This is ridiculous. So she's home with me again. And i'm just trying to like okay. Let's take a break and go out and push around the swing as she loves the swing and display with the dogs end. She is loving it. And i'm like beza the moments because you know this is a pivotal point going into the teenage years kinda just starts to change and become a Grow into young women. So i'm like i want to enjoy. I wanna make them memories..
Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"beza" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Jeff bezos is stepping down as chief executive of amazon to become executive chairman. Now this marks the biggest change in leadership of the tech giant since bazo 's actually started it in washington garage that would be washington state. More than twenty six years ago yesterday. Amazon said in a statement. That bezos will be succeeded as a ceo in the third quarter by. Andy jazzy. this is mr baso. Says closest lieutenant perhaps his council jerry and the longtime head of the company's booming cloud computing business now beza says fifty-seven handing over the day to day. Rain says amazon's core businesses of online retail and business computing services are booming during the covid nineteen pandemic that is of course which has shifted work and life to the internet well more than ever before company announced his changing role as it reported that revenue in the fourth quarter soared forty four percent to over one hundred and twenty five billion with a b. one hundred twenty five billion dollars surpassing one hundred billion for the first time in three months fan profit for amazon than double talk about going out on top but amazon also faces as you're aware as we've talked about at some length the biggest regular territory challenges its history with multiple federal investigations into its competitive practices and lawmakers drafting legislation. That could force amazon to actually restructure. Its business and its business model tension with regulators and lawmakers as well directly embroiled in mr bezos. Who as you are aware. It was called in to testify in front of congress. Last for the first time basis leadership of amazon made him one of the most respected yes and feared leaders in business as well as well. Astronomically wealthy is currently neck and neck with his rival rocket entrepreneur. Tesla's ceo elon. Musk is the world's wealthiest person in fact forbes list. Mr bazo says wealth at more than one hundred and ninety six billion dollars. Interestingly enough jeff bezos is move makes amazon the latest of today's tech giant's to transition leadership away from the people who started them this according to a piece by Dane on mattioli the wall street journal co founders of google. Well they step back from their management roles at the parents alphabet inc in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and both apple and.
Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
Intuit wants Credit Karma along with all the data
"Everyone wants a piece of your finances. Apple Amazon. Google even Uber are getting into Financial Services Neo banks offer all digital checking accounts and now into it maker of Turbo Tax quickbooks and meant wants to buy Credit Karma for seven billion dollars. Credit Karma offers free credit scores tax. Prep and helps people shop for credit cards and loans into it says it wants to build a personal financial assistant that uses your data to connect you to even more credit cards and loans. Here's into its CEO. Sasanka Darcy. Yeah our vision is very much an it's of course shared with Credit Karma Our vision is to put the power of choice in the consumer's pocket. We truly want them to be able to carry around a financial assistant that at any point in time they can connect a product. That's right for them and all the choices are in front of them. You know part of the challenge is if you're picking a credit card you don't know if actually is the one that's right for you with the best rate if you're picking your auto loan you're more negotiating the fee of the or the monthly payment of the car versus you getting the best rate. This is about putting choice and truly the pocket of the of the customer and letting them know what's right for them and improving their financial life. So that's that's the really the vision that separately both Credit Karma and into it having together we believe we can accelerate the by ten years. Well let's pivot to data. How valuable is that? One thing you're getting with his acquisition is of course a lot of personal data that credit card has been known for not selling. How valuable is that data? And do you expect to monetize it in the future? Whether you know let me start with our data stewardship principles that it's the customer's data not ours that we will never sell the data and the data will never be used without the customer's consent and when they can send it will only be used for their benefit as we look ahead. Doubling down on those principles collectively is important. And it's really pulling together the data for the customer so it's in their hands just as a as a practical matter. Can consumers say I may have opted into sharing my data with Credit Karma but now with into it and I would like to withdraw. Yes absolutely. It's a pretty big purchase? And we're seeing a lot of other consolidation and the rest of the tech industry is having questions asked about consolidation. Antitrust is the. Are there any concerns that here? Yes we're going to be working very closely with regulators to provide all the data that they need a thinks who the market structure and. We're actually quite confident in the outcome. Because at the end of the day regulators job is a very important one to ensure that whatever's being done is good for the end customer and the end consumer and in this case is going to fundamentally propel The choices for customers to help improve their financial health so we feel really good about just the impact this is going to have for the end customer and then how does consumer financial literacy play into all of this is that you do consumers have right now the financial literacy to play at this high level or is it part of your goal to increase that as well well one our job in Credit Karma. Does this very well today? Our job is to make things drop that simple so that really the consumer is making a choice of what's right for them in a very very transparent fashion and so making sure it's easy and seamless intuitive will always be the goal with that said part of what the two companies are separately already doing and when we bring them together it'll just simply accelerate. It is educating consumers on how to improve their credit rating because at the end of the day your credit rating drives what. You're able to get that. What interest rates and so helping them understand the utilization on credit cards helping them understand making payments on time helping them set goals around making all their payments on time. Those types of things is what teaches consumers. What they should be doing so that they can improve the health of their financial life. And that's part of what we will continue to accelerate doing beyond just connecting people to financial products is educating them so that they can ultimately improve the health of their of their life. Society Guitars is the CEO of into it. The deal is the third big fintech merger announced in the last two months. Morgan Stanley said last week. It Oh by E. Trade for thirteen billion dollars and Beza up digital payments processor plaid for five billion in
Here & Now
Jeff Bezos Pledges $10 Billion To Fight Climate Change, Planet's 'Biggest Threat'
"Jeff bezos. The world's richest man announced this week he is donating ten billion dollars of his personal fortune to fight climate change known as the basis Earth Fund which pays us announced over instagram. Yesterday it is thought to be one of the largest philanthropic gifts ever for more. Let's bring in Mike Regan senior editor at Bloomberg News. Mike Germany so bays us in the past has been criticized for not doing that much in the way of philanthropy in fact we just talked to the CEO of AIRBNB. Another billionaire and I asked him whether he thinks Beza should be giving more money to charity and apparently now he is. He's pledging eight percent of his personal wealth to fight climate change. Why this new commitment? Well all we really know about his motivation. So far is just a caption on instagram. Picture of the Earth. And it's only about one hundred and twenty five words but what he says basically is in part that climate change is the biggest threat to our planet and he says he wants to work alongside others to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting it. Now with that said I would point out that basis has come under a lot of pressure even especially from employees within Amazon itself Since when you think about it delivering all those Amazon packages obviously has a big impact on the environment. So he's heard a lot about this over the years. Well Yeah. Let's talk about that. Amazon's impact on climate Not just the carbon cost of shipping everything around and flying everything around but also all those packages all those boxes you know. Sometimes they can be recycled and sometimes they can write and even now on twitter and social media.
Honeybees Can Put Two and Two Together
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm any Snead it takes the big brain a human brain to do math, or so you might assume, but scientists have found that other animals such as chimpanzees monkeys and even pigeons can perform some addition and subtraction. Now new research shows that the honeybee with a brain the size of sesame seed can perform basic math researchers put honeybees through one hundred trials to try to train them to add and subtract. They put the bees in a y shaped maze and presented them with a certain number of either yellow or blue shapes yellow indicated the beach should subtract while blue meant they should add the be then entered the decision chamber where it was presented with a correct answer. On one side an incorrect answer on the other side if they pick the right answer they were rewarded with the sugary solution. If not they got bitter tonic. Water. The researchers also put the bees through another test trial without a reward or punishment to make sure there weren't any scent marks influencing the bees choices at first the beast picked answers at random, and you say that the ability of the base to do it in stop the chance of which is fifty percent showing us the Beza just choosing randomly. But over time the competence comes up to about eighty percent. I think sir the actions that poem quite while. Scarlet Howard, one of the study authors a post doctoral research, fellow neurobiology in cognition at Paul Batty university in France, she says the bees were even able to add and subtract correctly when presented with a number. They had never seen before the studies in the journal science advances things like this can let us know that there's a lot of complexity there and the debris in mind. Not as simplistic as we want. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Anne Sneed.