23 Burst results for "Bischel"

How to Choose a Safe Seat for Your Baby to Eat with High Chair Designer Kirsti Vandraas

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

07:07 min | 9 months ago

How to Choose a Safe Seat for Your Baby to Eat with High Chair Designer Kirsti Vandraas

"Today. We're talking about the seat in which your baby learns how to eat. That's right highchairs. And when it comes to hide your design there is no one more well known for icon design in this space than peter obstacle of norway. Peter offset designed the trip trap highchair in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. When he looked around for a chair that allowed his son to sit in a natural way at the grownups table and because nonesuch chair existed he designed what is now known as the iconic trip chair basically so he could include his son in as he says life round the table. So many of you may have this chair that trip trap or recognize it. It's sometimes like to a ladder so the trip trap is a wooden chair with an adjustable seat and adjustable footplate and grows with your child so the company that peter designed it for which is called. Shutt- is headquartered in norway. And they've actually sold more than twelve million trip trap as so it is one of the. Most globally recognized chairs. Personally i love this chair. I have in us seven of the trip traps around the table for my seven children. They've really been fabulous investment wonderful. Especially if you have a smaller space where you're feeding your baby or babies or if you're feeding multiples it's wonderful because it has a much smaller footprints like not one of those highchairs. It's gonna take up your kitchen. So while peter fix trip trap was designed and launched in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when his son was little forty years later in twenty thirteen obstacle launched. Another chair called the nomi and this was really his realization of his vision for designing the next generation highchair one. That's dedicated to his grandchildren. So peter obstacles now eighty one at the time of this recording. He continues to work every day. And cures deep vandross is a physiotherapist and an ergonomic who works very closely with peter. In fact she's worked with peter object for the last thirteen years. So kirsty is going to be on the podcast today. Sharing peter's vision and philosophy about the chairs that he originally designed for his child and his grandchildren. Now that millions of families of used around the world. So if you have a trip trap or a nomi- or if you're in the market for a highchair that will continue to serve your family and your child long after these initial stages of starting solids. I think you're really going to enjoy this interview. Because the scandinavian design principles and the philosophies held by peter and explained today by st are so very different from what we may have in mind when we go to select a seat for our baby to learn how to eat so today on the podcast. Kirstin i are going to be talking about the difference in american and european safety standards. Why norwegian families do not actually strap their babies of their toddlers into the degree or the extent that americans may think is necessary. This is going to be very eye opening for a lot of you certainly was for me as kind of a control freak. Mom we'll be chatting about why the trip trap and the nomi were designed with the very obvious absence of trey and what that means. and then. How the adjustable foot rest is probably the most important safety and design component missing from most highchairs today. So i hope you enjoy this interview with cure. Steve andros from the peter obsta company. Kirsty thank you so much for joining us. I am so excited to have the opportunity to interview you. It's catching get now. If you can. Would you tell us a little bit about your background. And how you know the whole life story maybe. How did you get into product design. And then how did you come to. Work with. Peter ops vic. Oh it's a long story. I am a physiotherapist anais. I started working in our major hospital here in in ostler with people with back and neck problems you know. People came into the hospital more or less paralyzed with pain and never thought they would be able to come up and walk again and with a treatment lots of guidance we build them up again and they went home and they were fine and had a lotta for knowledge with how to behave to avoid back and neck problems then. I saw that it was difficult for them. To use to knowledge they had when they went back to back. So i sold our institution equivalent to osha would been interesting place to work to see if i was able to get other people to create positive working environments where you could work but still keep your health so i spent ten years in our show in charge of ergonomics and then i started sinking. What about getting into detail. The totality because their via opium much more than chair tables but share and tables reports on the totality and. I wanted to see if we could make chairs in such way that you didn't talk to have problems with your body after sitting. Who working so. I started working ritual. Company that developed sitting solution for the working person unlock was contested. Interesting period thomas there for six teen years and then i met peter ops week. One of a number of designers. We used not process another lost twelve years. We're solely read. Peter and peter's sir designs promoting them talking about taking part in the product development. So that was a long story. But you know the background and How i ended up here. And you're still actively working with peter. Is that correct. Yes yes wonderful. Can you tell us a little bit about the history of the design of the trip trap and then the nomi highchairs and especially with regard to promoting freedom and fellowship. The trick drop chair was developed in the beginning of the seventies piotre just had his son wounding sixty nine will sitting on an ordinary highchair s. You know the high chair has been around for for generations. you know egypt. They use highchair. the hunt. Chance in their mini is an pizza hut his son sitting in hijab but then when he reached a year and a half you know he didn't really need to sit with the sort of support all around his waist. He was looking for other chairs that he could place his son around the table together with the rest of the company that did not exist so he had to make his own amber trip chapels but one then in nineteen seventy two and i think he did something very clever back then because he did not make it to fit into what you call the design of the seventies he had the distinct bischel feature in the seventies and the result is that the chair still look quite Modern had he designed it giving it the visual design of what the kitchen look like. Back in nineteen seventy two. It would have been outdated very old looking chair today.

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New Jobless Claims Fall Below 1 Million — With A Caveat

Lewis and Logan

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

New Jobless Claims Fall Below 1 Million — With A Caveat

"Labor Department announced that the number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits dipped below one million for the first time in three weeks, but the jobs market still faces a long road to recovery. The Labor Department reported. 881,000 Americans filed a new claims for unemployment benefits last week that was lower than economists had expected. The improvement was thanks in part to an adjustment and how the government calculates the weekly data. The number of people filing continuing claims for regular state unemployment benefits also dropped, but the jobs market is still in the midst of an unprecedented crisis. The Labor Department says, adding in claims from programmes like the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program puts the total number of Americans receiving jobless benefits. At 29 million. Eliza Bischel

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"bischel" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"bischel" Discussed on KOMO

"Investigation, but that this process will vindicate them and a source connected to Liberty University telling me this investigation was launched due to an increasing demand from board members and donors. Falwell's again telling me they have nothing to hide A B C's Keira Phillips. Mother in Georgia had her baby stolen out of his stroller at gunpoint. And as ABC is Derek Dennis reports, police say it was all planned. Hard to imagine what the mother went through her baby. Matteo, just a year old stolen at gunpoint is she pushed him in a stroller, the level of pure evil someone that would tear a child from his mother's arms shambling. Assistant police chief Mike Beller says it was a married couple Mainer and Kristen Valero Zuniga, who kidnapped the boy planning to raise the child as their own. Own, even as the mother fought back, and now she took his gun and tried to shoot him with the couple arrested after police tracked them and little Matteo down. Hours later, though they had dressed. The boy's A girl is the disguise. Derek Dennis, ABC NEWS president. Trump is in Kenosha, Wisconsin today as protests continue following the police shooting of Jacob Blake last week. Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is dismissing calls to defund the police. ABC is Elizabeth Chills, the reports McConnell echoing President Trump's calls for lined order and not mincing words, when asked by reporters today what he thinks of efforts to take money away from law enforcement. But those who do advocate that I think it's absolutely not in the Senate majority leader questioning the idea that moving money from police funding into other community services would be effective, the assumption that will produce a more peaceful Charity. I doubt it. Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill failed to reach an agreement on police reform. Earlier this summer. Eliza Bischel, the ABC News Washington Come on his time, 1 14. We checked traffic.

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U.S. new-home sales surge in July to highest level since 2006

John Williams

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. new-home sales surge in July to highest level since 2006

"Well, great news for the housing market sales of new homes jumping last month to the highest level since December 2006. According to new government data, July sales of new single family homes rising nearly 14% from the month before that was way above. Economists expectations. The housing market showing signs of a strong rebound after the initial shock from the Corona virus pandemic record low interest rates, helping fuel demand. Among Homebuyers. Eliza Bischel Z, ABC NEWS Washington

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"bischel" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven

Yeah, She's Driven

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"bischel" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven

"Reason, so if you are symptomatic than that's a reason to do it just like if you broke your arm, but then let's say two years from now. You were another accident. You go get a CD skin you not. You would not get a scam right. He would do that. Broken arm is not the right example, but my point is you get a scam? Because, you would want to see what's happening because you're symptomatic. So. But we do have so much like Nope I. WanNa See Improvement Because I've been doing everything I need to do, and that's fine. I JUST WANNA make sure I. Don't end up with a dementia or Alzheimer's, but some point and I know that Shalini was showing her skin, saying that she was heading in that direction, and she was a health check, and is l.. Check right, so I think like that part. Part knowing that you can do things to prevent that you know in your brain. Showing Signs is really powerful to, and there are so many things people do that. They don't know our Harvard Brandon just learning just getting the information. Sometimes, it's a matter of literally nutrition. It's like and I don't mean just knew their vitamin D is low, or this is like a simple stop where they need to take Bischel. Times, it's just you need to get the nutrients up in your body. You improve that part of your life well, unfortunately, the advice out there so random depending on who though to that unless this is why I think your network is your net worth, and when you have friends and were connected, it's like you can call each other and successful. Powerful people hang out in the same circles. Other circles of people who don't know vetted if they're veterans, not somebody asked us their area that you can go in Canada to go get a scan. O'hare we actually I? Near Vancouver. There's one group that we actually. My husband holds a training for doctors transient. When people onboard, there is a hostile somewhere near Vancouver and I'd have to get the name of it. Maybe I'll pass that onto you help. Your gone couvert. That does it awesome so. I don't think we can get your new book out yet. When does it come out January fifth? Bali Elections A. Little Bit I will here's the deal will promote your book incentive. In Our community when it comes out where people find you if they want to connect with you or no more so either instagram I'm always. I'm always on pages. INSTAGRAM facebook also tenant human dot com awesome. CAST. That's what my husband and I are like frequently, yeah! The PODCAST! What is the main workers way? It's brain warriors. Way podcast rain. Warriors Way podcast awesome. Thanks, China, you are amazing. Read a little longer than we normally do, but you are so. So much love and knowledge in you. We really appreciate having you. Blast thank you so much. I hope you enjoy this episode of Copy Sham the driven podcasts, so here's the deal you love this episode. It would totally thrill me if I could correspond with you on Instagram Page live over there probably right now. Streaming live close to live over there live all the time in podcast is not live, so please screen shot episodes to that I know that people like this episode I four votes, and then go posted on instagram and tag me at Sham Death, sumpter shambolic at Shamba. Sumpter all right talk to sue..

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"bischel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"bischel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

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Architecting the Netlify Dashboard with React and Redux

Full Stack Radio

13:37 min | 2 years ago

Architecting the Netlify Dashboard with React and Redux

"It's my pleasure to be speaking with bill men. Who is the ceo of netto fi. How's it going that go it. Thanks for having me. Yum really excited to talk to you because <hes> nettle fi is sort of my go-to kind of example application. When i wanna just kinda see he what i what i feel like how good and app can actually feel to use on the internet your core product now as creating an incredible sort of hosting and deployment experience for people building all sorts of modern websites but i think something that haven't seen anyone i'm talking about at least in detail sort of the national atla fi dashboard and web app itself because it's it's. It's truly an amazing experience. It's probably my favorite app that i interact with on a daily basis so so if it's all good with you thought it'd be really interesting to sort of do a deep dive into sort of how it all works and how you guys have made it as excellent an experience as it is absolutely and thanks so much for the for the kind words <unk> truly encouraging <unk> in specific from for the team. That's sexually put in a lot of work of building out the u._i. And application absolutely so. I guess maybe the best place to start as far as sir. I have been told by the people that i spoke to win. Sort of trying to arrange this conversation. You were the one who initially broke ground on the doc sort of web application in my right and thinking that yes a yes that's true so defy originally the <unk> with me and chris might my co-founder building the initial version from from scratch so in the very the very first early britishers was spit balloon which was like in a similar tool in the same space space right for for deploying front end. It didn't have the c. i. C. d. component in so annoyed a and originally went went bootstrap that it's it's started out as <unk> guests <unk> application and and and becca in the the you i was actually built in the traditional rails approach where where whether you i was part of the application so i'm reading it and i felt that really like sort of can keep running running into the constraints of said so when we started in italy fi the rail said location became a pure a._p._i. For just doing the crud operations regions in the in the u i separated that i interested in into a <unk> application that was deployed with neatly fight right so at that point we we started really bootstrapping nibley fight to built in italy in disrespecting the angular wendy's rates so the so the very first in the very first ration- of of neatly iran with an angular <unk> running on netflix talking to <unk> c._p._i. A one of the fun like one of fun quirks of <unk> because we have the immutable deploy history so i can actually still go back could end the log into there really <unk> angula version with a with a bootstrap based you i think the front end and it will selectively selectively worked for the basic since gift a._p._i. Compatibility since since then but then after we raised our offers grace of offers round of funding instead of building the team we started the plans to react to take from from angular to react aiden eight that was also at the time win win angular sort of committed suicide by by launching a stuff couldn't actually use at the time but that was completely different at nothing to do with angular wine and left england in real estate and so on in a <hes> so so so we decided to to to move to to react to nose sort of the time when i when i went into the initial sort of architecture chiller work on like how did we want to build that reactivation because obviously react this notice s opinion needed assume s angular giller one was back in the time or is some of the frameworks out today right leg especially in nearly they say it was sort of more like this is a component lear four for for your views essentially right it gives you a virtual domain so unin this some good idea around at flux architecture and so on this not really really prescribed <unk> how should really build it so so i spent quite a while ago tourniquet looking into like how can we how can we built this in in in in the best way an informed app. We settled on an on an approach with in that's based on redux. A of course react react route are <unk> in respectfully for the views in started out liking with pretty clear separation seperation like trying to separate the this idea of separating containers from pure presentational components. There's something we started like being increased strict about initially in so the idea here. Is that that if you can take the actual u._i. In trinite into to pure components that doesn't depend on any like on any connection to a statement <unk> anything like that right like joe components take some props and the thing then it becomes much easier to sort of isolate those in work under <unk> in isolation and in the beginning we just did it by sort of isolating it ourselves later on we we have one of our developers introduced storybook and end today where we really like fairly religious uses of of story book we even have public public storybooks so so if you're curious about <unk> components you can go true story dutton <unk> dot com and you'll actually see the full the full set of components for fronted awesome and that became to a two to a development workflow wear once we worked with-without practice signers in in they had suggested a new component development would always start in storybook essentially <unk> than starting starting to hook everything up to a b._i. Rethink which stopped by isolating those display components since eight i go kay. Let's let's build out these visual components in in in a story book. Let's make sure that that story doesn't just contain the good pass but also the aristide's and the and the failures in the states dates in the end all end loading stage. There's nothing i can. I can talk a little bit later but but basically we we've really started isolating those those presentational components in in building them on their own and then having like the contain components being being the ones that contain any like mockup or anything like that but would just i connect to the stores intially dispatch ovens mixture sure that that the up it appoint one of our out availability than than introduce sort of the distinction between pages containers. There's end your presentational components. Three sort of when you get out could base you'll need. You'll you'll know that if you're looking for like the top lil deploy peach. You should look in the in the peaches folder in you. You will find that one that that's what will be hooked up to the router in that's what will determined sort of the top level what what gets loaded and so on in that page will <unk> composed of containers that gets the right data data from the stole and then on day and composed said of joe presentational components that that show sued the the actual view got it so <hes>. Do you mind explaining a little bit more about this concept of a container component. Is that a term that you guys just use to describe that or is not a sort of well established name for like a pattern in react so i've i've. I've seen the like it's it's. It's not it's. I can't take credit for that. In invention in we've seen it around some thirty <unk> like was probably quite used around like the early days of free of a reduction so enraged in the the idea sort of the idea became just finding naming convention to distinguish between tween thinks that i actually bischel you. I components rate in really saying the visual you. I should just be at a tree that from from the top sort of takes some props and renders a version of the u._i. Right and if you change any of those props you will re render with the ritual dome and that sort of all just pure like not connected to a._p._i.'s or acing operations or anything like that so if you keep that part of the the the tree like never connected to the reebok store never never using like react context and stuff like that then it becomes very easy to reason about and it becomes very easy to rate that you ipod in isolation in next rated becomes very easy to feed a set of props and see. How does it behave. How how does it look like right now. In this another part of the that's really the the state management policy at that sort of like if you if you imagine the epp ed ed an abstract state tree right like where you talk to any of the i get some data you keep it in in in memory you send some update you remark somewhere that something is loading you get baked in so in rate like that sort of the whole operations of your application rate like that's the stuff. That's actually doing things loading loading things from our e._p._a. Is that's telling the guy that a new site should be created and so on right in our goal with the separation from containers in components was to keep that whole part of the application that actually that that's that's about doing things and loading things in managing estate complete is separate from the u._i. It's like the actual like how does finks look black right so something i would. Maybe be helpful to help. People sort of understand stand how you use this approach and you know if if at any point where it's sort of like mixing up timelines or something or things have changed in different ways please as pointed out to me but maybe it'd be interesting to talk about just like an example of a simple piece of the nullify <hes> u._i. And talk about what sort the pieces are there so i think like an obvious place to start for for me anyways as just like that main sites list page you land on after you log into your netla fi account i'm so this is like a piece of the app that of course it has to get this list of sites from somewhere and then has to display this list and then i'm guessing probably each row in this list is maybe a separate component as well so is there like a container for every presentation component or is a container. Just wrap up. Maybe a group of presentational components. How would what would this piece of the app sort of look like using this approach to separating the stateful components from just like the pure presentational components components yeah so so one of the fun things is that if if you go to story <unk> dot com they will be a a story. That's cold. Insights in that story has an index which is the index rates so under that you'll find all of the presentational stuff right that doesn't it depend on on on our e._p._a. Anything like that and you'll see that this like an initial state called loading which is when we are showing that index end and we don't have half any data yet this is part of this important pattern right of always trying to get some element that that looks visually like what you're going to see. He once once thinks load in front of the usa right because it gives said feeling of off responsiveness rate like something something something showed up. It's ultra one of the the things that that in my mind like this is this is one of the things that you can do much better when you when you don't try to do something like in aisamul gap or something like that right because by by just getting an application shall into the browser from a c._d._n. Really fast and then getting these kind of floating components in front of the usa do get like very instant experience right then. You'll see that this different stories like story with one side. How how does this speech loop lag with. Cyril sites show sean right <unk> example of feeding different in different props down to down to these this presentational component in his tree. Now now on the data loading side of things will have a sort of master component that we call peach so we'll have like in in our pages directory will have a site speech in that that peach if like now. I'm looking at the code for that. It's sort of it.

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Bill, Mississippi And Texas discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Bill, Mississippi And Texas discussed on Guys We F****d

"You might have heard the New York Times in an article. There was a failed Texas Bill last week that would have made the death penalty possible in abortion cases. So that's a fun twist could use to that Kong. This person's time. Yeah. And like, so obviously, it's great that it failed. But the fact that it's even it was even like brought up and taken seriously enough that there's articles about it. And that there was fear about it actually being passed is scary. So Bill considered by members of the Texas house of representatives last week would have criminalized abortions and opens up the possibility for women and physicians to receive the death penalty, the legislation appeared to have no chance of progressing after the Republican chairman of the committee that heard testimony about the Bill cleared. His opposition. The Bill would have allowed women who obtained an abortion or doctors who performed one to be charged with assault or criminal homicide. The latter of which is punishable by death in Texas. It would have allowed no exceptions for abortions in cases of rape. Or when the health of the mother is at risk despite the bills apparent failure. It was a stark example of the kind of proposed abortion bans that challenge. Federal jude. Bischel precedent that are under consideration in states legislatures across the country. So that's part one, which is real fun. And then a lot of you have been talking about or pointing out the fetal heartbeat bills. That are being passed kind of everywhere. If you're confused about what that is. If you've heard people talking about it. It's just a form of proposed abortion legislation in the US that makes abortions illegal as soon as the fetus's heartbeat can be detective detected because they're arguing that is soon as you hear human heartbeat. That's enough to indicate that it's a human being at cetera at sub DRA. Obviously. No one's listening to that. With animals. That's a personal thing that I'm just gonna put their we're just we just kill everyone and everything and then so that was pending in Ohio and Ohio. Did unfortunately pass the heartbeat Bill, which means that it could be like six weeks into a pregnancy that you can detect a heartbeat. And a lot of women don't even know that they are pregnant by then, of course, Kentucky and Mississippi have already adopted similar laws, and there's a Georgia Bill. That's a waiting being passed. And it's probably going to be passed like next month the Mississippi law takes effect in July. So if you're in Mississippi, you know, this is things to be I guess if you're planning and working. Yeah. If you're planning an abortion, you'd better get

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"bischel" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Can you top it with something can you stir something in can you bake in different shape? So can we elevate this dish? And also is there something for the food. Scientists to talk about at the end of it. So there's a lot of conversations about that. And someone who has a food background like me can really kind of give a lot of insight. I think the dish will work, and I think the stitch won't work for the show that's sort of the pre production stuff. So how much your day is like involved in pre production? Versus actually being onset. Would you say while I'm on set almost every day? But I'm often also doing pre production for other things while up you're doing you're juggling. Both so asking you're on your phone while the shoots going. Yes. So you're thinking about one show while you're also watching the monitor for another. I'm thinking about the show. I'm on that day the show. I'm getting ready to do the next day. And then the show I'm doing like a week from tomorrow. So when you are when you're doing the next day show is that like coordinating your army people like go, do the groceries or what I'm texting my suspend who's at whole foods about which short ribs to buy or, you know, where we're gonna find curry leaves or any kind of specialty ingredients Zaccur leave seem to be very much on your mind, necessarily, find them. Am I gonna piney could be curry leaves Kalou stance? Yes. Yeah. I've I've had them rotten my fridge. 'cause I like I got to Memphis. It's like I'm gonna use. This did not happen to not make that rice dish. So you're you're literally coordinating people out in the field out shopping. How much your life is just thinking about shopping or other people shopping a lot. This shopping's a big part. You know, you have to have the food there or else you can't make anything. What have you learned about shopping in New York having to coordinate that every day? I love freshdirect. I have to say, that's that's the great insight. Changed my life. I mean, the schlep is food silence. Always talk about the schlep Bischel up. It's like there's so much to carry. You know, that you're going all over town this place for this that place for that carrying on the subway or an attack see to be able to have something delivered makes life so much easier. And then also Amazon find those ingredients that I don't feel like going to flushing queens to get this particular thing, even though it would be really fun in most production is the food styles the one who's also tasked with getting all the stuff is that how it can always works its role, whether you're hired for cookbook, shoot or a magazine shoot or a video shoot. I would say ninety nine percent of the time the food stylist is shopping for. The ingredients bringing them and then either cooking them onset or setting someone else up to cook those ingredients, and then kind of working on the beauties so for cookbooks, you're taking that person's recipe, and you're making it happen unless there styling their own buck, which does happen..

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"bischel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tonight. I am asking you to defend our very dangerous southern border out of love and devotion to our fellow citizens and to our country. No issue better illustrates divide between America's working class and America's political less than illegal immigration wealthy politicians and donors push for open borders while living their lives behind walls and gates and guards. Meanwhile, working class Americans are left to pay the price for mass illegal immigration, reduce jobs, lower wages, overburdened, schools, hospitals that are so crowded you can't get in increased crime and a depleted social safety net. Tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate. It is actually very cruel. One in three women is sexually assaulted on the long journey north smugglers use migrant children as human pawns to exploit our laws and gain access to our country. Human traffickers, and sex traffickers, take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the United States and to sell them into prostitution and modern day slavery. Tens of thousands of innocent Americans are killed by lethal drugs that cross our border and flood into our cities, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton all. The savage gang MS thirteen now operates in at least twenty different American states, and they almost all come through our southern border just yesterday and MS thirteen gang member was taken into custody for a fatal shooting on a subway platform in New York City. We are removing these gang members by the thousands. But until we secure our border. They're going to keep streaming right back in. Year after year, countless Americans are murdered by criminal illegal aliens. I've gotten to know, many, wonderful angel moms and dads and families. No one should ever have to suffer the horrible heartache that. They have had to endure. Here tonight is Deborah Bischel just three weeks ago Deborah's parents Gerald and share were burglarized and shot to death in their Reno Nevada home by an illegal alien. They were in their eighties. Survived by four children, eleven grandchildren and twenty great, grandchildren. Also here tonight are Gerald and Sharon's granddaughter have and great granddaughter, Madison. Debra had their Madison. Please stand. Few can understand your pain. Thank you. And thank you for being here. Thank you very much. I will never forget. And I will fight for the memory of Gerald and share that you'd never happened again. Not one more American life should be lost because our nation failed to control it's very dangerous border in the last two years our brave ice officers made two hundred and sixty six thousand arrests of criminal alley. Including those charged or convicted of nearly one hundred thousand assaults thirty thousand sex crimes. And four thousand killings or murders. We are joined tonight by one of those law enforcement heroes ice special agent, Elvin Hernandez when Elvin..

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"bischel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Meanwhile, working class Americans are left to pay the price for mass illegal immigration, reduce jobs, lower wages, overburdened, schools, hospitals that are so crowded you can't get in increased crime and they depleted social safety net. Tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate. It is actually very cruel. One in three women is sexually assaulted on the long journey north smugglers use migrant children as pawns to exploit our laws and gain access to our country. Human traffickers, and sex traffickers, take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the United States and to sell them into prostitution and modern day slavery. Tens of thousands of innocent Americans are killed by lethal drugs that cross our border and flood into our cities, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton all. The savage gang MS thirteen now operates in at least twenty different American states, and they almost all come through our southern border. Just yesterday an MS thirteen gang member was taken into custody for a fatal shooting on a subway platform in New York City. We are removing these gang members by the thousands. But until we secure our border. They're going to keep streaming right back in. Year after year capitalists, Americans are murdered by criminal illegal aliens. I've gotten to know, many, wonderful angel moms and dads and families. No one should ever have to suffer the horrible heartache that. They have had to endure. Here tonight is Deborah Bischel just three weeks ago Deborah's parents Gerald and share were burglarized and shot to death in their Reno Nevada home by an illegal alien. They were in their eighties ender survived by four children, eleven grandchildren and twenty great, grandchildren. Also here tonight. Are Gerald and Sharon's granddaughter had and great granddaughter, Madison. Debra Heather, Madison. Please stand. Few can understand your pain. Thank you. And thank you for being here. Thank you very much. I.

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"bischel" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Working class Americans are left to pay the price for mass illegal immigration, reduce jobs, lower wages, overburdened, schools, hospitals that are so crowded you can't get in increased crime and a depleted social safety net. Tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate. It is actually very cruel. One in three women is sexually assaulted on the long journey north smugglers use migrant children as human pawns to exploit our laws and gain access to our country. Human traffickers, and sex traffickers, take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the United States and to sell them into prostitution and modern day slavery. Tens of thousands of innocent Americans are killed by lethal drugs that cross our border and flood into our cities, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton all. The savage gang MS thirteen now operates in at least twenty different American states, and they almost all come through our southern border just yesterday and MS thirteen gang member was taken into custody for a fatal shooting on a subway platform in New York City. We are removing these gang members by the thousands. But until we secure our border. They're going to keep streaming right back in. Year after year. Capless Americans are murdered by criminal illegal aliens. I've gotten to know, many, wonderful angel moms and dads and families. No one should ever have to suffer the horrible heartache that. They have had to endure. Here tonight is Deborah Bischel just three weeks ago Deborah's parents Gerald and share were burglarized and shot to death in their Reno Nevada home. By an illegal alien. They were in their eighties ender survived by four children, eleven grandchildren and twenty great, grandchildren. Also here tonight are Gerald and Sharon's granddaughter have and great granddaughter, Madison. To Deborah Heather, Madison. Please stand. Few can understand your pain. Thank you. And thank you for being here. Thank you.

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"bischel" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Meanwhile, working class Americans are left to pay the price for mass illegal immigration, reduce jobs, lower wages, overburdened, schools, hospitals that are so crowded you can't get in increased crime and a depleted social safety net. Tolerance for illegal immigration is not compassionate. It is actually very cruel. One in three women is sexually assaulted on the long journey north smugglers use migrant children as human pawns to exploit our laws and gain access to our country. Human traffickers, and sex traffickers, take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the United States and to sell them into prostitution and modern day slavery. Tens of thousands of innocent Americans are killed by lethal drugs that cross our border and flood into our cities, including meth heroin cocaine and all. The savage gang MS thirteen now operates in at least twenty different American states, and they almost all come through our southern border just yesterday and MS thirteen gang member was taken into custody for a fatal shooting on a subway platform in New York City. We are removing these gang members by the thousands. But until we secure our border. They're going to keep streaming right back in. Year after year, countless Americans are murdered by criminal illegal aliens. I've gotten to know, many, wonderful angel moms and dads and families. No one should ever have to suffer the horrible heartache that. They have had to endure. Here tonight is Deborah Bischel just three weeks ago, Deborah's parents, Gerald and share. Were burglarized and shot to death in their Reno Nevada home. By an illegal alien. They were in their eighties. Ender survived by four children, eleven grandchildren and twenty great, grandchildren. Also here tonight are Gerald and Sharon's granddaughter have and great granddaughter, Madison. To Debra Heather, Madison. Please stand few can understand your pain. Thank you. And thank you for being here. Thank.

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"bischel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Bid for counting bid architecture, or whatever you have the one or two cases where you have such a good personal relationship with the commissioning agent of the client that they enjoy coming to you. And that's an absolute truth. Who knows no doubt about it? A lot of the advertising people have benefited immensely from having attractive societies that they built an everyday normal to them. But a guy no matter how wealthy and how how powerful or a woman coming from. Komo's would be coming from a much more organized in the wake constricted circumstances physically. And their day out was to have absolute day of the feast day said to feast for the advertising agency and so- pentagram you co founded in nineteen seventy two and. As an industrial designer as one way of thinking about your work is as a problem solver is it sometimes hard when a client comes in with a particular idea about something, and you say, well, actually, it doesn't work like that. And they say, oh, it needs these stripes. It needs this this from finals on the top it needs this finishing it needs to be this color, and you say well now, it doesn't how do you manage those kind of situations? Do is have the the end user in mind observer of commercial kind of relationships, what do you sometimes insist a product would be better in a certain very perceptive question. I have to say, let's the success or failure in my view of the Bischel relationship between contributor designer in this case or another one who's not part and parcel of the facilities inside the firm. But the designer has the liberty to choose themselves which part of this process, they think is which importance an I've always believed in pretty much successfully all. Gude that if you start with the consumer and learn more and more about the actual circumstances in which the the whatever it is is going to be used. Then you've got some pretty good foundations to fall back upon when becomes a matter of taste on the way through they'll be different arguments about the color and this stuff now, but ultimately has to stand up to being better than the commonplace simply because you've just inexorably focused on the consumers part in it. But I wonder what it means to you to have so many products out there in the world that you have participated in created brought to fruition when you see when you see a train pull up anything. I had the dimensions of this one very well, or, you know, he jumped in a London taxi, or you know, you pay for parking and a meter. He got a warm fuzzy feeling onto you think damage, you know, that was the wrong finish. Well, you feel more the lessons being messed around on the way think about the structure of commerce and decision making..

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"bischel" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Of freestyle and again during why people news disrupting the program where I'm trying to find the song on Spotify. Now, see like even find name as five moving are slow this even register register. I'm sure she's oh damn it. Didn't dust it wrong. What I say allies name was Sanders. Painter last night. Taylor or she just go out Taylor, Lauren. That's why I think unless there's another white woman. I can't tell them apart. You knew this guy to be a whole another white woman. What they started saying was name. Don't remember that while doing this? I don't even care. I'm out object. I don't care Megan Markle pregnant, y'all. That's right. She walking around with a gut fullest swirly seed is that how we doing? 'cause even getting through to see but all her being prayed, she been getting her Royal cakes drop the palatial smithereens out. I don't know what the. Know enough about these tyres lonely detaches. But yeah, the pregnant is our put the pictures on the lows, it's taking forever the pregnant that is a suspect was blooming today. She arrived for an entertainment theme of Bischel engagement. Behold tea cakes chapter tea biscuits. Definitely right. I know I'll try to go some alliterate action in there. But I couldn't think any type of my scones being top those cone slithering. So yeah. But that the suspects yet dissect smithereens there you go. She got her Canadian cakes as suspects Mitterand's. There we go I just need a little time. I didn't need a couple of seconds. I knew I was going to get there the digital stuff sex brushed off the controversies around the her father's publicly for attention. Yeah. The Whiteside family are like come on. What are we doing? Is. This cannot be. Okay. All right. Get your folks. Because I know they got other white people does not her sister. And her dad they can reign them in. It'd be like, no. 'cause see the black family. It got it together. They out there. Like what you not going to rush. You know, mama the rest of them. You don't even. Yeah. You not fitting in. I don't know her what her maiden name was or whatever. But they like you not been embarrassed to Jacksons, I know that much because you know, she got some cousins, they know some June bug. If you don't sit down and get away from teams, the you won't get to come Sunday. Then I know that much. No, you ain't going to the palace only me pregnant, Mark. Megan thirty seven appears carefree she chatted with residence and took part in the sing along. It brands worth house south west London, which is home, which is home to former active in veterans of the entertainment industry, the appearance which is announced last week comes a day after her estranged husband Thomas, Marco begged, his duchess daughter to contact him. Strange part of this are begged as duchess daughter to contact him. During a televised interview on good morning Britain wasn't a hostage. Making a direct appeal to the Queen to intervene. He said I've been ghosted. I'm not sure why it's happening. I love my daughter. Very much nicer y'all show. John whole entire is right before she got married. I wish you were reach out semi attacks. Anything that has to be a place for me on my father. I will can tell a business however, any concern thing for for mega smiled. She arrived for the engagement. The former actress dressed in a eight hundred thirty four pound dress by LA label Brock collection.

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"bischel" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"I other than the fact that I was looking at the through the camera, but other than that, see I, this is the, they've, you know, there's a lot of people that have loyalty and I get it, but they have really kinda thrown the gauntlet down and are giving them a run for their money. And a lot of the reviews that I've seen from a lot of people I respect say this is actually better than the Degi maverick air right now. So the couple of times I've tried to fly chorus little play, you know, little drown, not a professional drown. It was really hard for me to balance in debt. You know, keep it steady up in the air. And so I just assumed I needed tomorrow, expensive one and a lot of practice time. But I'd be scared to get a more expensive one because I wouldn't wanna crash and break. I would. Be willing to bet you that if we were to, if you use this drone and I gave you know instruction or anything, just put it in your hands. You could probably figure it out within a few minutes because only so many things that can do you know up down right left for manic is a big home button on it. So you press that and it just comes right back to where you are that you could figure it out pretty quick. There's not a lot of things you can do with it. Okay. Oheka do you have a pick? And it can be anything tip a suggestion website. You love a product destination that work to. Motherhood. That's what does occasional. Have any children. I don't know a travel tip. Well, you know what? Very on brand for me and my one bag travel is to try not to check a bag. It's specially if you are doing some sort of connecting plate of so many so much time is wasted waiting for bags. So I just avoid checking a bag whenever I can. And that is basically my my tip my my biggest travel tip. And other than that, I mean, I, I don't know. I don't know. I heard you talking about drones, I own a drone, but it's so difficult to take it places these days that I basically never use it because every country has drone laws instituted prohibiting drone use. And so, yeah, that's truly annoying. But list somewhere. There is a website. I don't know how Bischel it is, but if you type in, can I bring a drone to fill in the blank with whichever country those this? This is Joan website that comes up all the time. Amended has kind of a collated information from various countries. But most of the time when I'm traveling, I don't bring your own because it's just a pain in the butt. And also the laws change all the time. And I've heard of people getting their Jones confiscated at the airport. So just like it's not worth the risk, Jen. I got something for you. I don't know if you know when Neil pull it, he's a travel blogger. He's been blogging real long time. He has the blog FOX nomad Turkish in he has. He is a couple apps come out within one of his most recent one is called drone mate, and it basically gives you what the rules are for wherever you happen to be at the time. So we'll tell you what the restrictions are. Yeah, and it's a real lightweight app. It's it's only a few megabytes and I don't even think you need to be online to to get the information. So drone mate in the app store..

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"bischel" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"About police having Bischel recognition technology. When we get back from this quick break, I want you to tell me why you're not selling into police and the police state when we get back on this week earners. This week I have spent have at least ten hours cleaning up legal messes at startups. I'm investing in one case, the founders didn't have vesting schedules and one of the founders left the company said, now this forty percent of the company is owned by founder who doesn't even work there and only work there for six months. In other cases, people use the wrong corporate structure. They were LLC's which then prevents them from ever getting venture capital other cases, they were registered in a foreign country and couldn't get investors in America. In other cases, they didn't even have nondisclosures and non solicitation. So an employee left one of my startups and took three people with them because they didn't have a non solicitation. All of these legal errors would have easily been caught by my friend, Scott Walker at the Walker corporate law group. They are batik law firm, and you've heard me talk about the Walker corporate law group here on this was many times. Well, they are focused on entrepreneurs and startups. Only this is what they do at Walker corporate law and they encouraged fixed thieves. In other words, they tell you what they're gonna charge you for a service. So you don't have to sit there with that anxiety waiting to open that PDF and seeing some huge belt. Nope, in no upfront, what it's going to cost to do those mergers and acquisitions, licensing agreements, start your company, employee stock option plans, terms of service privacy.

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"bischel" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Did he get that look that. Trip? Yes, Corey. Restless. Right. All right. I'm glad you like, do we want to dissolve. So. You'd think that sunkissed skin. Picture, we go have DIGI mouse fanning us. All right. We go together, man. All right. I'm going to see if this see if this thing is working with Twitter. I wanna make sure that this is something that we can do this at the spur of the moment tonight. And right when I guy you can see mile old Moore, I'm work this thing. Pulled a gun on you, and I'm like, this is how you do it. I'm not really enough winter. But let me see here. Oh, we will. My man is right. We will be doing the cruise on twenty nine thousand nine. That's what my man the ruthless one does. And so yes, we had a meeting last week went well. Gotta make a call and everything should be good. I must say we're getting anything over here on Twitter. See if this thing works like it should let me see because I do not. Let me see tweets, what is this amino? He's going to get the ad. Okay. Yeah, I'm gonna do some stuff on me. No, to. Yes, so I'll get to and see how this is over here. It looks like the chat has some competition now. I mean, now you're interfering with the Twitter's and you got the the, what do you call it? Yeah, man. Yeah. So NB some west side story shit in here and amino got their Chet up in near too, so. But I did tell you guys that before we get into what we take one drop of foolishness around here that we are going to let you guys decide what story we do. I tonight someone going over to me, no. Now there's the poll right there. We're gonna go ahead and get into the poll. Let's see here. Bischel foolish Monday topics go in and see what what people are thinking here and. Now, out of all the things that we have boxer walks out of match the snoot challenge, package thieves caught suicide prevented via beer, and Paul, flirt fire from security. People know about the box of that walks out of the match. All right. Y'all ass Ford. And that's what we going to do. Let's go ahead and get. We have the permission of the of the folks at then community to proceed and they have told us what they would like us to start with and we're gonna talk about this box here that walked out on his boxing match. Let me let me pull this. His his music thing. Everybody was talking about Logan Pauling KFC. Yeah, j. l. of elemental p. The Logan Paul fight that happened on Saturday and a lot of people as they rightfully should would just trashing his bullshit because that's exactly what it was bullshit to amateurs in. They're putting on the weakest boxing match. Now I will tell you they got more technique than me, but they went head gear. You know, it's pretty safe. Ain't isn't that I, it was. It was. It was it was dull, but. At least they fought it. As the point of a boxing match is to box, I guess, right. That's what you train for. That's what everybody gets the vent ready for. Man said, nah, nah, not today. Kirk card is Harper card is Harper was going up against and let me turn the dairy. Curtis Harper was going up against this guy. Irish. Somebody called Khandan wonder, say, might as well be Black Panther. Got this Olympia. And in here guy name a Java. Sound like sound like outside, like a Black Panther village? Not say. Don't his mind, but this guy, he's an Olympian. I guess he's a champion in. His challenger. Curtis hopper, Curtis hopper got in there and he was about to fight, and then that Bill ring. That's all right. I'm going to go home. I'll be, I'll be at home watching fight. Like the gag. Just walked out as a heavyweight matchup on going to let you know when that man fights f Chuck, but do not blink his professional bonds for them have been done in the first round. So he wants to bring an end that do hurt that description for those had been done in the first round that guy like, oh, shit, one. Nobody told me that. Fuck that. Just that just changes everything. Typing him up to did hear all. Yeah, he's a dangerous fighter. Everyone get ready. Oh no, the other dog glimpse of him. Oh, okay. He walked debts to opponents..

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"bischel" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I think the one visual image for me that always gets me is I think it's the judge when he reaches in grabs Blanchard's buttocks because now we reintroduced Blanchard is not dead. He's actually alive and he is one of two sacrificial lambs for the the shunting and he reaches down and grabs a buttock and his fingers just slide right into that flesh. It's such a simple thing, but it just, oh, it's just gets me every single time. I see it because it's just. It's so smooth the way that it happens. It's Gooby. The phone were to describe it as gooky lead that red lighting is like, because he it happened in one of the shots. It just switches to that red lighting. There's no real justification for it, but it just adds so much to the atmosphere that entire sequence. Yeah, I think between the red lauding and the Google, it kind of hides affected all that light x. really textured luck human skin. And so it kind of gives it a reality the Imad not have had otherwise, because you think all year the using this stuff out of his skin and said, the skin suddenly loses texture, and all of those wonderful screaming mad, George Bischel fix are enhanced by that lauding end the goo. And we talked about screaming mad George way way long ago on the projection booths when we didn't episode on freaked, and you can really see those freaked looks in this as well. Like that whole idea of like Rick. In the way that his face looks, or you know the troll and these kind of things you can see that kind of viscera also going on with this. And yeah, it's like it's, it's like the, you're talking about the the using of stuff and it's like sweat mixed with just snot or or mucous. It just feels like every sort of of fluid that a body can produce a subtly on these people and just the way that it is just dripping off of them. And this is where really like, you know, I I kind of sliding on the judge Carter character earlier, but he comes to the fore in this whole sequence, and this is where he shines. I mean, this actor doesn't seem to have any fear when it comes to just going balls out with this almost literally, but him it is his stupid boxer shorts and stuff and his cigar in his undershirt. I mean, it's just the perfect look for him as he's just enjoying this is. Idea in the way that all of these people are falling upon Blanchard and then just starting to morph into him. Oh, it. It works so well, if this is one place with people in society, undress for dinner, no. I told the extras we scream at George being interviewed new mentioned that he was really influenced for this movie by Salvador Dali would. And you can definitely say that you've got that convalesce tizzy of the skin and skin being re purposed and and moved and all that kind of thing. And I think it works really, really well at its creatively the why he kind of twists and turns and changes. Human bodies is genius. Yeah, and it. So it goes so far and the visuals are so bizarre and surreal that it's it's not even like, I can't even imagine trying to submit this movie to the MPAA because it's not core. It's it's it's beyond. I think it was discarded John waters movie critic once that it was beyond pornography that it's like that's kind of like this or it's like it's.

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"bischel" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Right so we've decided not to build a specialized just bischel engine from the ground up but actually on top of spark which means it has its own overheads the question is how fast can it can make given the constraints so they're solving the same problem but they have two different they're they don't tell this i think that's the way i think about it okay data layout we've done shows on column near versus rogue based data stores what what kinds of data layout can you use to optimize for geospatial queries yeah that's a good question so do especially quote is not any different than a lot of other big data analytics cloudy so be benefit from columbia data leila's will so in fact i there's still a lot of my love people who use magellan actually use perky for example and other columnist data formats it traditionally it does happen that geospatial data formats of not being colomer which has been a problem because it's hard to efficiently this data ferments but once you get it into magellan can actually put it has a format so that's kind of what suggest to a lot of people as now the other interesting thing about deal specialists often want to the nice thing about databases they have the d things indices state in the indexes make it easy for defense only the blocks of redress for you when you have something like a spark sequel spock sequel doesn't actually have indices what it does is it actually has the ability to push filters down to your data set so something like parque which actually has commented all these cullum formats have commented on them so you can actually use the culminate meta data to say you know this particular file contains a max latitude of some some number in militarism number so my point cannot have any relation to the study because mike points lead it too long it was different it doesn't blame the trench right so i can use the comedy to actually prune the files and say i don't have to actually look at this volatile i know that make what he is not.

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"bischel" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Right so we've decided not to build a specialized just bischel engine from the ground up but actually on top of spark which means it has its own overheads the question is how fast can it can make given the constraints so they're solving the same problem but they have two different they're they don't tell this i think that's the way i think about it okay data layout we've done shows on column near versus rogue based data stores what what kinds of data layout can you use to optimize for geospatial queries yeah that's a good question so do especially quote is not any different than a lot of other big data analytics cloudy so be benefit from columbia data leila's will so in fact i there's still a lot of my love people who use magellan actually use perky for example and other columnist data formats it traditionally it does happen that geospatial data formats of not being colomer which has been a problem because it's hard to efficiently this data ferments but once you get it into magellan can actually put it has a format so that's kind of what suggest to a lot of people as now the other interesting thing about deal specialists often want to the nice thing about databases they have the d things indices state in the indexes make it easy for defense only the blocks of redress for you when you have something like a spark sequel spock sequel doesn't actually have indices what it does is it actually has the ability to push filters down to your data set so something like parque which actually has commented all these cullum formats have commented on them so you can actually use the culminate meta data to say you know this particular file contains a max latitude of some some number in militarism number so my point cannot have any relation to the study because mike points lead it too long it was different it doesn't blame the trench right so i can use the comedy to actually prune the files and say i don't have to actually look at this volatile i know that make what he is not.

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Changes to Medicare, Social Security Less Likely Without Paul Ryan

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Changes to Medicare, Social Security Less Likely Without Paul Ryan

"This is minute briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Syrian, government gains more control. The Syrian government is closer taking full control of a rebel enclave near the capital just days after an alleged chemical weapons attack. There sparked international outrage and calls for a retaliatory strike against the Assad regime. Thousands of residents and rebels are leaving Duma following the suspected attack which killed dozens of people. Many of them women and children in sick and hundreds more. The Wall Street Journal's political team says, when house speaker, Paul, Ryan leaves Congress, Republican party will lose its most influential advocate for changes to social security, Medicare and Medicaid as budget committee, chairman of vice presidential running mate to Mitt Romney in two thousand twelve ways and means chairman and finally house speaker, Ryan had pressed for curbs and federal spending on the three programs. These retirement and health care programs are popular with voters, but their costs are rising faster and the funds to pay for them. And the number of Americans claiming new unemployment benefits has never been so low for so long and. Bischel jobless claims, which is a signal for layoffs across the US decreased by nine thousand to a seasonally adjusted two hundred and thirty three thousand and the week ended April seventh. This means that claims have now held below three hundred thousand from one hundred and sixty two consecutive weeks cemented the longest streak for weekly records dating back to nineteen sixty seven for more on these and other stories checkout wsj.com I'm Jay are Whalen reporting from the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street Journal invites you to attend our first ever future. Everything festival taking place may eighth through the tenth in New York City to learn more and buy tickets. Visit us at F E festival dot WSJ dot com. Get a special offer of one hundred dollars off on tickets. Using promo code F O E F one hundred.

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"bischel" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"bischel" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Random pieces so he done a motorcycle out bitten put him in that any down this long black cape nick drew that honour in and they found a gas masks world war one in the quoted on in than they added a nazi knows the cia stress and so they took photos short jorge and he's like yes i like that direction keep going that way what is it about maoist costumes you think in star wars that made him so iconic while his work on other historic films like berry london or the charge of life for good moods that really demanded his attention to store detail they kind of went unnoticed by so many moviegoers i think it's because they were creating something completely new historical films those cautioned your replicating something that already existed with star wars you're creating something that's never theoretically existed but you're pulling on archetypes from our current dash in history you know watching a movie it's not jumping at euro and bothering you what they're wearing in fact it makes sense as like bischel shoes if you would that data is evil by is out that so they took they are inspired by all these historical references and then they mix match sammarai russian kostic medieval ben you name it they pull it all together match it up shake it changed it up and then put it into a booby that is you know no one had really seino's we'll be like that before lava fronts the director of our calls for the lucas museum of narrative are telling us about the lake costume designer for star wars john malo thanks so much for your time lula i am very welcome with a pleasure for two days this week every dish served at a new pop up restaurant in toronto was prepared by cooks who are hiv positive the idea was born by joanne simon's ceo of casey house canada's only hospital dedicated to people living with hiv aids also with us is maluba hobben yama one of the chefs of welcome to you both good to have you thanks for having a great to be here thank you so joann this is a unique idea why did you can save us.

world war jorge berry london director toronto joanne simon ceo cia bischel lucas museum of narrative john malo hiv casey house canada two days