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Texas Lieutenant Governor Knocks Portland as 'Dumpster Fire'

Pat Gray Unleashed

00:52 sec | Last month

Texas Lieutenant Governor Knocks Portland as 'Dumpster Fire'

"Portland. Mayor ted wheeler said. The city council will vote on the measure aimed banning future procurement of goods and services from kansas city. Employees business travel to the state of texas. Wow what have how. Heart wrenching be. I love dan. patrick Within ten governor bent dan patrick's Statement about borland yeah. There are a dumpster fire so this is why we love our so great. He said it's comical that portland mayor ted wheeler is worried about texas when his city defended the police and he had asked citizens to take back the city. Texas is solidly pro-life texans support law enforcement. Meanwhile portland is a dumpster. Fire in texas is thriving.

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Which Walt Disney World Rides Are Better at Night

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

02:43 min | 3 months ago

Which Walt Disney World Rides Are Better at Night

"Going to talk about. What are the best rides to ride at night in each park and a long time ago. I think we did an episode on disney after dark. But this time we're going to focus in on rides and i would thank important. There's certain things well. There's some other stuff. That's cool at night like world showcase and you know some areas with cool mood lighting like tomorrowland's pretty cool at night minus the speed with yesterday land but there are certain rides that really shine at night much more so than others. So we're going to dive into that. We will go park by park like we'd like to go i think. Do you have a park. you'd like to start with magic kingdom. Of course the classics also has some of the most i would say has the most rides. Yeah it also because you know me. I actually made a list class so and it does have the most rides. I think are extra special at night. Let's start with you. Why don't you tell me what would be your first ride. That add magic kingdom that you think i think we're saying is different and or better at night. No one ever tells me anything. So i don't really have a list but i like more off the top of your head. I like tomorrowland at night. Because it's more not spacey. But just i don't know it's it's cooler at night. I like the people mover at night. Tomorrowland transit authority. I think that's really fun to do at night. Why do you think it's fun to do at night versus the day okay. Do you like it better at night. Yes why because we'll i just like the night better in general but i on. It's like darker upside and so you almost get to see more of borland as it's cooler because you can see more when it's not so light and blinding and you're just kind of high and annoyed. I would actually agree. That tomorrowland itself is better at nice way better at night in the day. It's not bad it's it's sort of unawed land in the day it doesn't come together as well as the other lands do in terms of a sort of theme look and feel it's all concrete it's a bit scattered. It's got a bunch of random neon signs even stitches. Great escape sorta still sitting there but at night when the sort of neon and spay slate stuff. We consider future. Like you know when you see movies. That's it does look better night. There's the new tomorrowland entrance sign. So yeah i would agree.

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"borland" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

04:23 min | 5 months ago

"borland" Discussed on The Authority Project

"Ash borland in. We are talking about visibility in so many different ways so many different lights angles but he will show you why it's important and how you can get it done. I grilled them. Pretty good to get you guys some good content in. I think you need to hear what he has to say. Really incredible so. Don't miss this one right. just don't do it all right. You want to hear this one for sure all right. Are you ready already. Let's call all right. Listen jim boys and girls. We are back with another one. It is the authority projects here. And i'm here my good friend here ash bullen and he says he is going to help us show. Why visibility is more important than ability. Is that right ash us. Exactly right brian. That's exactly right. People do not realize that is super important. Okay well we shall see. We shall say on this episode of the authority project. All right ladies and gentlemen boys and girls. He's is in tune your ears. It's that time again. We are live with another episode of the authority project. It's the video. Podcast streamed on facebook. Youtube twitter and periscope where we talked to digital marketers coaches and creators of all kinds on how they built authority their field. You could mimic their success developing authority building your audience and attracting clients to your own business now without further ado. Let's bring to the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold. We're here when another one is asked boiling on virtual stage with me. Today we're talking about visibility being more important than ability. How you doing today ash very good. Very good indeed thank you. I'm glad to have you here. This is going to be an incredible topic here. Because i've been hearing a lot about this in this. Been conflicting things about this topic. So let's first before we dive in. Please tell people who you are personally professionally. Yes sure muslims poland professionally at first of all. I'm brian coach. I help people established that credibility online mostly experts coaches consultants. Freelance says i'll let mr bush that credibility on and position themselves as.

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The Benefits of Working With a Credit Union

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

01:58 min | 7 months ago

The Benefits of Working With a Credit Union

"Let me welcome our wonderful guests from bmi federal credit union. Sarah borland is the vice president of business and community development for bmi. And also with us. As nancy sullivan graph. Who's their financial education manager. So thank you both for joining us. Thank you happy to be here. Thank you well sarah. Let's i discussed the differences between credit unions and other financial institutions. It's always pros and cons. We're here basically with this episode to make sure you shop nowhere you're banking And and we gotta make decisions on where to park. Your money provide the listeners with some advantages of working with the credit. Union absolutely brat. Well i think you know. It's important that credit unions are viewed as a sound financial institution. Just like banks are Were just different in some ways and you know one way. Mainly we're different is that we're not for profit financial cooperatives We're still federally insured. Were insured by um entity the ncua We have member owners so we don't have with their not called clients. They're not called customers. They're called they're called members because they own us. They own the financial cooperative We generally have lower rates on loans. We have higher yield on savings products. Because we don't have shareholders to pay We have you know. Typically lower fees We like to focus a lot on providing personal service at credit union. So making sure that we are giving since they are members They are getting the personal attention they deserve and that they are getting on that one on one care that's unique to their situation But i think the most important thing that is important no matter your financial sitution is just to make sure that you are Have that financial stability that you have that guidance. And you feel like you have that support no matter who you're with

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"borland" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"borland" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Cecile Albert Borland rolling out the vaccine quickly and efficiently will be a huge logistical effort, though, but there is a plan FDA authorization sets in motion the shipment of nearly three million doses of the five year vaccine to more than 600 locations around the country UPS and FedEx handled the delivery under the watchful eye of the U. S marshals. Once the vaccine is in transit, the CDC will decide how to allocate the vaccines limited supply. The first delivery should arrive Monday when vaccinations could potentially start Health workers are up first, followed by the elderly. It'll probably be April before people outside those populations can get a shot. Aaron Contar SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK, a big blow to President Trump the Supreme Court, rejecting his latest election challenge the nation's highest court, denying a long shot effort backed by President Trump, 18, state attorneys general and more than 100, House Republicans to take up the case to overturn the results of the election. The court, including the three justices appointed by President Trump, rejecting a lawsuit filed by the attorney general of Texas. That lawsuit aimed to invalidate the election results in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia. All states. President Trump Lost CC's Elizabeth Scholesy, the reported companion of the late Jeffrey Epstein is expected to go to court in the coming days, hoping to be free before Christmas. Multiple reports say Dylan Maxwell will propose a nearly $30 million package to try and get out of a Brooklyn New York, lockup on bail. You're listening to ABC News to 77 CvN WTMJ memoir from the Ethics Wealth Management studio. This is he was radio wtmj. She's more precious than diamonds more valuable than gold, and you'll love her for time. And eternity. She deserves to know that don't you think? Definitely the time and eternity Diamond pendant is made from inner woman rings that represent time and eternity now and forever. What about the diamond? The diamond represents the woman he loves. And as it connects the chain behind her neck, he whispers in your ear now and forever. My world revolves around you. Oh, I need one of these now tell her how much they are right? Just $85. That's unbelievable. Now look at this one That's got to be $2000. It has a big 40 point diamond and honor of this being Kessler's 40th year and business 40 point. What does that mean 40% of one carrot, But it's not $2000. It's just $540 Welcome to Kessler's find the counselors nearest you or shop online at Kessler's diamonds dot com. From the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Rusty Mellberg. We are under a WTMJ fleet Farm storm team alert as the first snowstorm of the season is impacting Southeast Wisconsin Storm Team four. Meteorologist Ryan Goddard says the lakeshore counties will see less accumulation due to the winds coming off the lake about an inch and a half in Milwaukee, maybe about three inches out towards Brooke Field. And in that 3 to 5 across a huge swath of southeastern Wisconsin. All but Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties are under a winter and weather advisory until 6 p.m. Saturday Lakeshore Flood Advisory along the lake Michigan Shore line today for high waves and possible shoreline erosion. The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office is reminding people to take it easy on the roads for this first snowstorm of the season. Tips they recommend people follow includes slowing down for conditions increasing following distances between vehicles. And being prepared to stop at a moments notice. President Trump State Court lawsuit challenging the presidential election results will have its day in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court today. Justice is agreeing to hear arguments after a Circuit court judge ruled against the Trump campaign's challenge Friday to over 200,000 ballots, and Dana Milwaukee counties. Attorney General Josh called tells CNN he expects no changes to take place very confident that the court will uphold the decision that the lower court mate On that the electors in Wisconsin will move forward as they've been certified. The hearing will begin at noon and investigation continues into Thursday night's officer involved shooting in Wauwatosa police say A 35 year old woman was in stable condition after she was shot near Underwood and Harmony officers were called to the area. After receiving word she randomly attacked another woman with a stick. A 23 year old officer with nine months experience arrived and the suspect reportedly came at her with a wooden post, forcing the officer to shoot. Morning continues for the Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot who died after his F 16 jet crashed in Upper Michigan Tuesday. Governor Evers has ordered flags fly at half staff for weeks, starting today to honor captain Derwood Hawk Jones in a joint statement Jones, his wife, Renee and Wisconsin adage in general Paul Knapp says everyone with the National Guard are close knit family and is in memory. His honor in a.

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Head of FDA Advisory Panel Predicts Approval for Pfizer's Vaccine

America's First News

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Head of FDA Advisory Panel Predicts Approval for Pfizer's Vaccine

"6 minutes past the hour. And new this morning President elect a Joe Biden laying out a three point plan to combat the Corona virus pandemic, Biden said on Tuesday. He wants to have it least 100 million Americans vaccinated. In his initial 100 days in office, saying he thinks his administration can get rid of any doubts surrounding the Corona virus. Vaccine. Visor Chief Executive Albert Borland says he understands concerns around the speed at which pharmaceutical companies have produced vaccines, but he insists no corners have been

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"borland" Discussed on VCR Podcast

VCR Podcast

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"borland" Discussed on VCR Podcast

"I probably wouldn't notice on youtube other frame rate. I don't really noticed a significant because that's the thing to everybody. Pretends like sixty frames is going to be this automatic. Better thing like well. If you really want to. Just the absolute best looking thing. You can play as long as you started and thirty and never switch. You'll never notice the difference. If you've always been a console gamer. If you're a pc gamer. That's used to six. Then you kinda noticed some things but it's not even visual. it just feels different lick. It feels like when i'm pressing a button. It's not doing it the way normally it does it for me because it even sixty friends with people don't know is that Inputs are also connected to frame rate. So when you press a button and you're only going at say you're going at ten frames a second when you press that button. It doesn't happen as quickly as you normally would. That's why people normally do first person shooters in like a hundred and twenty frames per second but at a really low graphic quality because it's about the speed of everything happening Which apparently if you play games in one hundred and twenty frames per second it just ruins games for you because you can never play a console again unless the newer ones Which is moving. I never are as i know. There are some games that xbox shooting hundred and twenty four. There shouldn't for halos both player to be one hundred twenty five now doing it. Borderlines three is getting an update. That's going to be a lot of Than with us. They're using the exact same. It's just the same down right. It's just your screen and how quickly information is going from your processor. The key to the screen. That's what that's what the. Ssd will help a lot. Because even borderlands three got an update for his five xbox series x and it has a hundred and twenty frames per second mode and surprisingly enough. It has no. It doesn't have that mode. I don't think on series s or does it but it's just a really low resolution. I can't remember but either way. Ps five you can play borland's three at one hundred and twenty frames per second it. Just boop sit down to ten eighty p instead of four k which i mean you know pick your poison. What do you want. Do you want it to feel really quick and smooth or do you want it to look like super pretty..

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Pfizer submits vaccine for emergency use authorization

Phil's Gang

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Pfizer submits vaccine for emergency use authorization

"Pfizer CEO Albert Borland says the company has asked the Food and Drug Administration to approve it's covet 19 vaccine for emergency use. It is with great pride and joy. And even a little relief. That can say that our request for emergency use authorization. For our covered 19 vaccine is now in the FDA expands full approval of a vaccine will like they take several more months, and the vaccine makers are not expected to complete that step until spring or summer.

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Michigan's Wayne County certifies election results after first failing

Stephanie Miller

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Michigan's Wayne County certifies election results after first failing

"Benson says the vote proves the election was secure. The 44 to 0 vote by the Wayne County Board of Canvassers to certify the elections for all of Wayne County, including Detroit really underscores the fact that there were no irregularities. There was no widespread fraud found in Michigan found in Wayne County. Wing County Board of Canvassers unanimously voted to certify the results hours after failing to do so to Republican members of the board initially voted against certification on grounds that there were differences in absentee ballots. Head advisor says they're ready to seek emergency authorization for their covert vaccine. CEO Albert Borland says the

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"There was nothing out there for me to go to So that's that's pretty straightforward but really the other one was look you're getting paid to live your your now on payroll you benefits like you're getting paid to live your white why would you just pull the plug leaves? Especially when you got nowhere to go to, you've got a roof over your head. You've got kids are taken care of, and now I'm starting to as we lived here longer longer I was seeing my wife and my kids just really come alive they love and being on the ranch. they were becoming bolder and braver and the animals and there had taken up. Horses and animals Amir getting involved in four. H. and they're going to a little little one room schoolhouse with your twenty kids grades K to eight literally in one school house. Now told a little house on the prairie Kinda deal my kids would ride their horses to school. It was really a a lifestyle that was really good for my family and so I thought man what an asset would be if if for my own selfish. Intentions in desires. Got Pulled the plug on this place just in just laughed in in did something else in. So something that sorta dawned on me through that season is is make sure you know why you're doing what you're doing but also understand that there's a time in season for everything under the heavens in in your Wi will change as your season changes is your seasons change. Scott's good as you move to the next chapter in the book, you might want to consider visiting your Y and understanding that, hey, maybe we need a new way to make sure that we make this. The next best chapter we talk about nailing your y and in doing that when Iran sixty three marathons across the country while I was. It was pretty easy to be remembered why we were doing what we're doing on a daily basis in in even though you would think that Oh you're living in working with your kids on a ranch like isn't that aren't.

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"So so the next day my wife drove on our and forty five minutes outside the bay area into Boone Ville to go see the six, hundred, sixty acre or Callo ranch that apparently was. Sort of in the hands of an of an under qualified unqualified. Not, trustworthy individual. Who let this place really go I mean bad in bad ways Michelle. Came down. To. This survey, the scene and she came back. Deer in the headlights kind of response. When asked her what she saw and she said I don't really even know it's crazy. There's or says everywhere and. I couldn't get a look at all of them, but they don't look at underway I. Think some of them are injured like just it was a it was a bad scene. So then I said well, I'll go take a look at it. I'll check it out and so then I came down and and so is the CFO of the company was the guy that was trying to recruit us for this deal. He said look in there there's a house here he showed me the house guests can live here there's utilities or the fuel tank if you guys eat you'll. To get to town the basically on the bare essentials are here outside of that nobody can know you're here doing this. This is sort of an undercover deal and I just need you here on the ground I need people I know and trust that I can communicate with because clearly, this place has been let go for far too long. Would you please? Would you just move in for some period time just to take care of these forces you know back to another purpose driven effort add the purpose was I don't have a place for my family in two weeks. I'm I can't make rent and I'M GONNA. Be Evicted. This place comes with the house. So we reluctantly said we said, yes, we were pretty scared. We know three young kids really young kids and living in the bay area in your friends and family kids were part of a bunch of. Bunch of playgroups and we had Michelle's folks living nearby. We had the in laws. We had the hospital we had all of your services nearby was comfortable, very cozy, and here were moving out to Hillbilly Paradise and. No cellphone reception I mean no. No stores for forty five minutes. Nobody knows us. We don't know anybody nobody would know if we went missing. Sure. Perfect place to raise a family. And against UvA apparently I. I. have a way of saying yes. To things that really caused people around me to tell me that I'm I'm. A nutjob. So again, I was told.

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"Really early on right, you can see him where it's so much easier to poke holes in your mission. And your effort when the purpose is an afterthought. So, this goes all the way back to maybe the beginning of your question which. Which is, where did you go next in the in the answers I went to the purpose and I let the purpose determine the effort. And it was the sixty three and sixty three. That's just what the that's what the families decided. Right says, Hey, we want. We put a call out to all the families and said if you want the tour to come through your town and you want. To do cross country deal, we want to support as many families as we can if you want us to come to your community if you want to run for your son or daughter, let's get you on the map like let's get a pin on the map. Let's start building out a route right in and as we were looking at some of the the key spots are already some families that already had some some of their own events that they wanted to try to do that year and so is perfect. Hey, we're already going to be in some of these locations. But as we started building it out, we got to, I think we've got to Detroit like. I'm not going all the way to Detroit and then stopping you can't do that. So the only the only piece that I threw there was as I said, we gotta go coast to coast like at least let's just make sure coast-to-coast. That's a noble effort in will pick up even more families. and. So we started at Disneyland in Anaheim Labor Day weekend, and then were able the calendar workout and this is why went coast to coast. 'CAUSE WE ended up in New York for the New York City Marathon. That's so cool. So that's how they came up with sixty three and we met families all along the way in. So. We drove just to give you an idea. We drove over fifteen thousand miles back and forth and was like who did this route for you? Is it a drunken sailor like what's going on? I'm seeing I'm seeing the map and I'm seeing route. You're going down to Texas and then back to Colorado and up to the Great Lakes and then down to Florida and then back up the whole eastern seaboard, we even went into Montreal Canada. we we covered a lot of ground, but I'll tell you steve when you get out of the RV and it's Day thirty, five ish whatever it's a fog right and you you are taught in retired at in. And you get out of the RV and you're wondering if you got another day in you. And you swing open that door and there's a mom standing there with her son or daughter in a wheelchair. and Mom's got tears coming down her eyes and her son Senator. Daughter. The wheelchair there is just arms out like big smile on their face a hug me. Shoot. I got another day. I can do this one more time. But, that's where you've got like your purpose. You've got an nail down why you're doing what you're doing in not just nail it down once but you've got to figure out how do you remind yourself and your team and that was the thing to our teen was with us. They would see an experienced the same thing and we we had a team of folks that never really did anything together before we were essentially. The the first time I've ever seen are the team we assembled did an expedition was Running to that we did. So we had the film couple we had a my family. So my wife and I and my little kids are three and a half and one and a half were in the RV..

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"Well, I, put him in jogging stroller. So I I had. A three wheel Bob Revolution stroller that I put probably a couple thousand miles on that thing with with my kids is pretty ridiculous but it was it was all I knew that was the way I could go right as if I brought my kids in so. We had to do this twenty mile run and I said no problema meet you down there I gotta bring the kids what you're gonna run with your kids. I don't problem I got this. So Jim out on this run, and we're running his pace which was no big deal for me with with two kids I'm running with the kids and we're chatting. Jim just keeps looking. This, is crazy. How your machine like how are you doing this? No problem and I said Oh I just this I've been training. You said, you're not be so cool if I could run a marathon one day with my daughter Catherine. And I said Oh yeah, I'd love to put her in. You know let's get a stroll on all. Put Her in the stroller and I'll run with her and we could race together. And I I said we'll. Do it the next day with different kid and the would have free to hit the next day by the end of our run. We came up with this crazy wild idea that we would put together a cross country running tour. So it'd be a were not a point to point run, but we would go on a tour. The same way that a a band would go on a concert tour we would have. We would have locations picked out ahead of time and we would try to map out route a route that would include as many kids. Families. That were that were representing the Children's project. As we could and we would try to get L. A. New York, and we try. We try to pick up as many families as we could, and so we boldly courageously dreamed up what became.

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"I went round of Fifty K. and finish top three in the fifty K.. I mean I was. I was literally just trying to hurt myself and At the end of the six weeks I was going to Chicago Marathon my goal at the end of the six weeks. So my goal wasn't now it became a point of I. WanNa break myself to now my goal was as going through the six weeks feeling stronger and fitter faster. My goal was not a PR my marathon at the end of this six week relentless running quest. and. You can believe how many guys in my network told me I was I was in idiots reckless wire you risking your running correct. Why you doing this to yourself? What are you have to prove after prove the myself what I'm actually capable of doing. It's really not me physically, and this is where in a later we get into the it's more. So mentally what are. What are we able to believe about ourselves and about the possibilities? Of Our of our talents and skills, and so I got to Chicago and I was feeling like a million bucks and I had a couple of buddies there and took off and I decided I was Gonna I was Gonna hit the three hour mark in my best marathon at that time was I think three, oh four. Three Oh five still pretty. Pretty decent I was pretty fast. But I still wanted to wanted to crush my my pr and I got out there and Iran three hours and fifty seven seconds and what does that what does that per mile? Then it's about a six forty seven. Sears renting for twenty six miles. After purposely trying to destroy my body or what I was trying to do is..

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"And so I thought well I guess if you want to get fit jog so I put on not a pair of running shoes a pair of whatever sort of quote unquote tennis shoes running shoes I had. And I decided I'd go for a three mile jog and I barely made it. Hurts so bad. But. I just I had this conviction that I needed to to change things around. So I literally I WANNA say it was probably the next day I went to work and I started eating Turkey lettuce sandwiches, drinking lots of water in not eating the Burgers in drinking the milk shakes. So I I literally drew a line in the sand and said I WANNA start jogging. I want to start eating better. I need to not be fat granted. Not Tell me I'm fat. So I ran I, ran three miles last year with my brother in law for the first time in a really really long time and I felt like you know, my my face was falling off. You know my it was awful. It was so painful. So. You're taking me back. Back there a little bit but and that was just I, instead of my grandma or grandma and my wife actually was like you. You're not gonNA actually go running with with my brother are you and I was like what you can't do it. So I felt a little. Little pride welling up in MEA. I made it but I almost died it was it was awful but So the progression in that first pain-filled run. To what running became in your life, you know walk us through that because there's a lot there. Yeah, there is a lot there in its. To. Not to not get into the nitty gritty details, but but basically, just high level. For me and I have talked to some number folks can relate to this and maybe you can, while Steve but. If you. If you stick with it, it starts to be less painful. And more manageable, and then you're a bit more motivated to go out and run. But having a goal right we know this in life in business that having a goal attaining a goal. In in sometimes having goals with. Inigo right. So if my initial goal was standing in front of that Mirror, picking up my shirt looking at myself saying I gotta go back to rise like this. This isn't healthy. This isn't acceptable. That that's that's a pretty tough goal. There's a long journey who knows how long it could take. There's not a lot of metrics there You could say physically, it looks I look better. You could measure the way we know that measuring wait isn't helpful because muscle's heavier than fats you shouldn't the scale is a metric. Some people can measure their waistline right? There's a lot of different things but I think. I. Think One goal that that folks love. Way, to, set a goal is one where you can actually accomplish some event writes. This is where. Anytime it's it's physical fitness related. If there's some sort of event doesn't have to be a competition, right but some sort of Matt how WANNA run my first five K. I wanna be able to hike this mountain I wanna to be able to. Out of Paddle Kayak across a leg, whatever it might be right. But you're getting to a place where we got a goal so So I had a goal of just being able to mind was honesty I WANNA be around three miles in feel really good I wanNA actually my three mile run in not dread it and not have it sack not have cramps inside stitches in I wanNA..

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"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"Simon Synnex books start with why was published in two thousand nine. It has never been a New York Times bestseller though. The books message has impacted tens of thousands of businesses and the momentum seems to only be building. But it's not a bestseller. That wasn't the why behind writing it. There Twenty six point, two miles in a marathon. That is a long way to run. Most of US would ask why would somebody run that far? There are one, thousand, six, hundred, and fifty miles in sixty three marathons. That's a long way to drive. Even my buddy forrest gump would question the sanity of someone attempting bat distance. Welcome to the impact of leadership podcast. Will we believe that no-one no-one no-one just into excellent I'm your host sheer, and in this episode, we're going to get into the mind of an ultra marathoner also happens to be the owner of the dude ranch in the bay area of California. Timberland. Is the guest today he has a story that touches on mental toughness, a growing family extreme feats failure success being broke being famous. And then starting all over. You'll hear the why throughout this conversation and identify with much of Tim's journey. So let's drop in as TIM is working a regular job and a comment that only a loving grandma would make. A couple of years out of high school I found myself living in working at an applebee's restaurant in the kitchen full-time. working eighty ninety hours a week at the restaurant and not getting out much. Eating. Lots of Applebee's meals not moving at all I was losing my my high school physics. I was a swimmer in high school and was was pretty fit and active, but then moved into different lifestyle. It's somewhat embarrassing but I think a lot of people could relate to this because I think a lot of folks have grandma's that are unfiltered in just tell you how it is. Role. I heard that's it. So. One day grandma's visiting. She looks me she says, Tim. You're really fat. What happened Gosh Yeah. You're probably right in what happened was. Was Hundreds of fried. Mozzarella sticks double. Bacon. Cheeseburgers at Applebee's in not moving. So I I actually found a picture from high school when I was a swimmer and I'll never forget Steve standing in front of the Mirror in holding this in the nineties rights. So probably a polaroid. Picture and picking up my shirt and looking at the Mir at the picture myself. Holy. Lord what happened what happened? How did this get away from me in? What do I? How do I go back? So that was that was the beginning was honestly that was sparked an my folks were always. I guess you could call them fitness joggers. They'd run two or three days a week to three or four miles just.

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COVID-19 vaccine latest flashpoint in White House campaign

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 vaccine latest flashpoint in White House campaign

"President trump is insisting a coronavirus vaccine could be available before the November election leading to fears he'll pressure federal regulators to approve one before it's proven safe and effective this morning the president said his administration is doing a great job with the pandemic whether it's ventilators or whether it's vaccines which you'll be seeing very soon which is raising concerns about political influence in vaccine development White House chief of staff mark meadows says the president is not pressuring regulators lots of rhetoric backs it up but the facts do not nine drug makers have taken the extraordinary step of signing a joint pledge not to cut corners and developing a vaccine including Pfizer CEO Albert Borland tells NBC's today show the companies will not be rushed they were less than that with science Sager made Donnie Washington

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"borland" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Mile Ofem Valentine in the morning. We're asking for your least impressive name job, and I am surprised at all of the texts and the comments and Facebook messages we're getting on this, Monica said. I met Al Borland from home improvement at Universal CityWalk. Richard, That's a good one. That was the guy the the black beard. Um He was like partner, right? Yeah. Family feud for a while. Oh, he's the best. Julian said. I do background acting all the time. And one time Rob Lowe accidentally elbowed me in the chest during a scene and that's her least impressive danger. Pretty big Rob Lowe's pretty baby. Great Britain says. I know Holck, Logan's daughter, Brooke. Billy said. I met Jeremy Piven at the doctor's office. And then Lawrence said Kato Kaelin's daughter went to my high school. I think Brooke Hogan might be one of the top contenders here for this. Hey, now, wait a minute. You would, said David Hasselhoff, Who's um David House office daughters his deserve a couple daughters. One of them. I've gone back and forth with on Twitter quite a bit over years. What is her name? And she like was doing music and stuff for a while. No escapes and remember her name, but she Would be up there, too. Thie. Now I feel bad saying it, You know, I mean, Putting people on the D list. It's not. It's not bad is to see. You know, at the Tom Cruise level. That's all you know. Not everybody would know your name. Supposed to be? Oh, yeah, yeah. Supposed to be funny, Good, good line.

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Testing Voice Apps - Emerson Sklar, Bespoken

The Voice Tech Podcast

06:19 min | 1 year ago

Testing Voice Apps - Emerson Sklar, Bespoken

"Began my career working for the army research lab than the Army Intelligence and Security Command doing tests automation for big data analytics. Applications that they had so we had solutions or deployed all over the world had limited time and there are mission critical applications needed. Make sure that they worked in the hands of people that are being deployed and implemented at that time this was about a dozen years ago implemented number of open source automation tools and then one project that we worked on us the Borland Esti optimization suite and some people may remember Borel and from the good old days of software development there the founders of turbo seeing Turbo Pascal. Okay have some great automation tools there so I implemented a suite of their products for one project I was working on and then actually went and joined bespoke in helping companies all over the world implement those same types of tools within their organizations testing worked at Borland for about four years and then joined a company called applause. Who is another big name in the voice space? So applause is the leader of a crowdsource testing and so they have a well-defined voice. Practice that I found and kind of organized air that leverages people all over the world to do some manual testing and then that experience and interaction familiarization with the voice world is what led me to spoken excellent excellent had the long storied career in automated testing. All right well this specific into what does the spokane do. Then could you. Can you sum up the value proposition for the audience? Sure so at at a high level we are the leaders of voice automation with the only company that is recognized in space by both Amazon and Google. We have a suite of products that can be utilized by people across the voice development life cycle regardless of their technical or non technical expertise to help optimize the voice experiences. Our conversation experiences that they're developing the way that we do that is we have virtual devices so you can think of them. Kind of like software implementations of the same physical Smart Speaker clients that you might have sitting in front of you today and we simply interfaces to write scripts once automatically have them executed in the cloud against these virtual devices essentially exactly the same way that if an actual human federal person were were speaking to one of these but then much more reliably repeatedly and quickly captured responses analyze them and provide you some feedback based on. I say okay. So it's not like mobile testing where you see these these racks of mobile phones right right and we've had people that ask us about that you know there's there's some something's just from a tech perspective that make that unfeasible in in the voice base means simply having even if you could find a facility large enough to hold the hundred thousand devices that Alexis now support it on the nature of this work nature of audio being fundamental to. It means that you can't have them all chattering away at the same time. And so that that's a really nice. Thing of having these cloud implementations of these voice assistance that it enables you to bypass the the cost the effort of trying to maintain all these devices but also makes it much much faster than you're trying to kind of a one to one basis speak to an individual device conducted at scale conducting across multiple locales multiple languages. Indeed on that point of testing for different devices does not mean that. You're testing for the one pill. Lxi for example or you simulating the conditions of each of those devices in a in a virtual setting. It can be both so we we have. I'm sure we'll talk about it later. We have some interesting work. We do with Mercedes so you can imagine the acoustic environments of. Somebody's speaking to an assistant in an automobile whether they're stationary. The car is on or off with driving down the road that introduces some unique Christie interference. We have others that one of the platforms. We support beyond smart speakers Beyond just voice. Assistance is like idee are and so the characteristics of a mobile phone speaker and mobile phone microphone or very different from these frankly much fancier smart speakers that we have so it's actually very easy to overlay sort of that pure audio as you described it with some of this other type of data other other interference additional people speaking in the background music playing in any of those types of things that might be relevant to your experience super easy to overlay that so that you really do get a perspective not just of does your application that's deployed on one of these platforms work. But how well does IT WORK IN THE REAL WORLD TYPE SCENARIO? I say so. You're actually providing ODIA HAS INPUT. You're not simply providing coal to an API with the text. Is that correct exactly? So kind of the way it works is that we take the scripts that you might right and scripts can be in a really simple gammel syntax. Somebody who's not a developer can write it and it looks very much similar to the sort of the manual test case that they might right today. We actually take that taxed converted to audio using either Amazon poly or Google Cloud. Text to speech where we can use recorded audio if your company that happens to have some recorded audio tape. Senate to the voice platform and really from that point on the exact same interaction that a real human being would have it so we we send it. The Voice Platform Voice Platform. Does whatever kind of analysis? It's GONNA do. Naturally it sends back a response. We actually then translate that response back to text and we captured that whole payload that would come back as well and then do some really rich analysis in comparison based on what comes back from I say so when the response comes by getting as audio and then you have to use another speech. Attacks Algorithm to decipher just getting the tax responds Franzen. Well we do everything that comes back in the payload so on Alexa for example. Let's say you have a multi-modal skill has a card with some kind of display. We get back all that display information so it's very easy to with one hundred percent. Accuracy compare against the texts. That comes back or an image that comes back or a a url that has to a stream for most skills for most of these interactions. You're not getting actual transcript of the audio itself. You just get that that audio file and so we do translate it back with a speech to taxed tool currently reason Google speech tax which I think is a little more accurate than Amazon speech text capability and then comparing the expected results based based on

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"borland" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"So enjoy my podcasts Some here at Kennedy Borland today is March Nineteenth Twenty twenty which is relevant because things are changing very fast the last week or so. And so we're in the midst of the social distancing and quarantining and everything and so. Can you just tell the listeners? A little bit about yourself. Yeah so I'm small business owner. I own dead center vintage along with three other people We just opened on February. I twenty twenty so now a month and a half later were were out of business for now So yeah I'm also student which say I was employed by Wichita say and I'm currently Not Working and our campuses shuts down so I'm just kind of hanging at home now. And that's about it there Dead Center Benadryl. You guys have reopened day now. Everything's very tentative move. What is your plan right now so we were supposed to re-open The twenty third. But that's we. I mean we all know that that's not gonNA happen though You know we will probably open when we have returned to a sense of normalcy in our community but for now. We're just trying to figure out how to adjust to this new normal though. We don't have a reopened date as of now you guys have any online stuff or is it all in store. Yeah so we actually do have an online store and we add new stuff to every Friday but we will most likely adding new stuff to it. Way More frequently now that We are our only source of income will now be through the online store jer. And we'll definitely do kind of a full blown podcast with you or you and your co owners at some point But can you just talk a little bit more about dead center vintage right now? And then we'll get into the website. Yeah so dead. Center vintages of vintage shop Our mission is Louie focused on sorry about that focus bow on about like sustainability an escort consumerism so through secondhand shopping basically That's one of the most ethical ways shop Just because you're not directly buying for places employing people in sweatshops You're also like not wasting clothing and textile so It's kind of promoting not mindset of secondhand shopping and We are it's carefully like dead center curated vintage so it's not like going into a thrift shop and just like you know buying like an old. Ymca T-shirt Mike. Twenty seventeen and stuff like basically we buy clothing by the pound and Open like like we put it out on the floor. So we buy in bulk so that Or like from private buyers wrinkle that have had private collections. So basically were curing this kind of style for you. So if there's like a certain style you're trying to achieve but you don't have the time to like you know shop online or I don't know if you if you WANNA thrift. We try to stay away from thrift ING Just so we can leave resources for people but I buying by the pound Yeah we're kind of curated. This set style for customers Algal. Yeah Yeah So. It's definitely a unique thing to wichita. So yeah hope you guys can kick it off strong when everything goes back to normal. Where are you guys located at? We're located As six twenty six Douglas Street. So we're basically right in like old town. Sketti works district. What what other buildings are right there. Just for reference for people So we're pretty close to light barley corns eighty steps compressor place Barry Jackal. That's awesome So what's your website? We can pitch quicker social media for that. Yeah it's just dead center vintage or all across the board yet also makes it easy so why we're talking. We're in the middle of the kind of the Cova nineteen Quarantine crony virus stuff and you started a resource Which I think I saw. It was icy shopsmall dot com kind of. Yes to ICT RESPONSE DOT COM. Now you just talk about a little bit about that. What inspired that and go from there. Yeah so It was inspired by a website that I saw after South by southwest in Austin got cancelled because that is like for servers entertainment industry basically like anyone Austin. That's like the big busiest like weekend in the most financially profited like they get the most profit or into the city during that time into their local economy. So I remember when it happened. When created a website called I lost my Gig Dot Com and it was just a list of people that lost their gig from south by South West and they actually had a breakdown of how much like they lost. A lot of people were saying that they like six months of their total income of the year comes from the weekend south by southwest though When all these businesses you know I was in a small business group with a lot of other small businesses when we had to talk about the possibility of closing. I remembered South by South West because we had made the decision to close pretty early on We knew on Friday that we were going to close on Monday so We had made the announcement a little earlier than A couple of businesses. We were kind of all on the same page but during that time that we knew we are closing. I decided that it'd be really cool to make an ICT shopsmall website about how you can support local businesses that are going to suffer from a loss of income during the virus. So Yeah Yeah. That's really nowhere came from how besides just going to the website and a. Lotta people could go from there just vocally. How can people support small business at this time by still kind of keeping their distance stained safe yeah So which is very unique our our community? In a way that We did not have to be mandated to shutdown before we made the decision sat for a lot of us is something that was best for protecting our community So a lot of places so retail shops especially have online shopping platforms. That they do. They're just launched or have previously existed And then there's a lot of places that now you can do drive through You know Liquor stores as morning so you know places like CSV Norton's etc are offering you know kind of these resources of Dr Like drive through curbside pickup same with Baristas and coffee shops Leslie Coffee Company in Reverie or doing takeout only And this is really important. Tipping Industries like. There's a lot of times like I am guilty of this when feeling. Really Lazy. I'll go on like grub in order food yeah And I'm this is like my guilty pleasure. I love you donald's but now like keeping an open. Mind the like okay. If I'm going to get on Grub husband order food like let's get it from a local business and like Donald yet. Mcdonald's will be okay but like we have these businesses that have had to basically furlough that like thirty employees that are locally owned and operated in these people are out of income for however The reality is the harsh reality is is like we can either sugarcoat this and be like. Oh on a couple of weeks. We'll be open. The reality is this is probably GONNA be a reality for us for months and even when we do open. It's going to be something that we have to deal with for. Maybe years down the line so Supporting small business like literally. Just calling your favorite places being like. How can I support you? And if you're like looking for a book to Bundle Down with like go to strange tides instead of like Walmart or like order book from a watermark or eight stay books because like chances are those are the businesses that are at risk of having shut their doors right at the end of all this also. I think there's some really good action will tips. People can take now. Can Businesses get signed up for the website? Okay so if you go to. Ict shopsmall DOT COM or ICT. Response DOT COM There's a support small businesses tab in all you have to do is fill contact forum of your name your e. Mail in how we can best support you during this time. And how your business has been affected It's kind of a hard job for us because we're getting these emails from like dozens of businesses. That just feel so hopeless but I think the website is a really good resource for them to feel seen even if you don't have the financial Like you're not a financial place where you can support these businesses Yeah definitely like I encourage every small businesses to get signed up on our website Because we'd love to plan some future events and we're GONNA work with the mayor to plan of an event where which floods Z. Small businesses on their online shops. Absolutely cool Kim. Thank you very much I know is pretty quick but I just wanted to get the message out. Yes a really cool project and like I said. We'll definitely get you guys on did center vintage for full podcast one of these Probably when things are kicking back off again. Yeah I will do everything I can to promote this O. Ict SHOPSMALL DOT COM. I see response dot com and you guys just dead center vintage DOT COM or social media so awesome. It really appreciate it. They say after. Say Thank you. Thank you for listening to this episode of the which I've podcast few enjoyed. Please share it with a friend and leave a review on whatever podcasts Piper Medias and putting all the podcast on Youtube now as well and we'll start doing video podcasts for some episodes of the future said a witch life podcast on Youtube and subscribe to. If you want to support the podcast. Head over to our patriarch page through the list..

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"borland" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"borland" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"And that you're GonNa love it dollar baseball fan. Take that take that I can say. Get your money. She just said and then he went and see by this stuff should with the wool mart right next to my house so I was just like let me. I had to get medicine for my daughter. You know she had the stomach virus. Red's pick something up and then I'm walking down the aisles. And I'm like Oh well let me get that cream and I was talking about. I liked it to walk away from that but my back was hurting at the time over there too icy hot and get you some green. Who is the same one dollars over one thing you with all fifteen nine? Nine plus tax city listened to the Borland we're green degrade alcohol's ninety nine dollars sake. What anybody saying that this. She's now I see how the dollar soon jake. That's good about some right. Leaning says he saw six ninety nine. That is well. I last for long time to a little bit of the type of on the immediately valley version. How should they? Let's chat rule on this whole flying before we leave list. So you and I will go back and forth. 'cause I'M GONNA go first with the God. Bless you ready. Okay God bless bless God bless God Chart. I wanted to shine to one of our chapel numbers. You Stop the God blows. I know we'll get back to.

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Love it or hate it, the Epic Games Store is raking in the cash

Giant Bombcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Love it or hate it, the Epic Games Store is raking in the cash

"EPA Games. They have a store. Perhaps you've heard of it Anybody Oh yeah they keep giving me free games. Yeah they sure do in fact they're going to keep doing trade these games. It's more V box. What are we doing? I guess for all of this year as well as just last year when you continue doing that okay making money they put out a they put out a big infographics this morning. And I guess Tim Sweeney's about they're doing interviews and stuff they're basically disclosing a bunch of figures about the epic store The most salient ones are they claim. One hundred And eight million customers on the game store okay and seems like how many they had like at the launch of the stores from Fort Collins. I should find it in the story. Okay so yeah. They're saying now they have three hundred million total epic accounts gotTa okay across all platforms forms. So presumably the rest of those people wind four-night. That's a fucking lot on phones and stuff right now but consoles one hundred eight million. They're finding customers on the APP store as anybody who has ever taken part in a transaction on the store they still even if it's a free game downloaded a free game once on the epoch store. They're counting you as a customer. So that's kind of fuzzy number. People that are in that are now all to buy a game. Yeah so that they can market to say hey phoenix point or whatever right but they do say that. The store has generated six hundred eighty million dollars so far by giving we game spit spent by people crazy money. They have brought in revenue very different for them. I'm curious about the pure profit and then surprisingly they broke out the number of off the amount of money that was spent on their games which is two hundred and fifty one million of that six eighty. What's the mood? More than half of the revenue in the first year is is is spent on epic games impressive team. What was the big so fortnight but wasn't as Borland Serie and no I mean it's exclusive on the on the okay? Okay now but that would that would fall under third party PC games that's really weird. That's like do. They have does advocate of anything besides fortnight that anybody would spend money on at this point probably not. There's that other mobile game to that Obama. PC thinks okay presumably most of the shadow complex. Because I think is not free anymore. Probably most of this junk is four night revenue. But that's a quarter of a billion dollars. The Third Party Games James. I made have made on the store for the amount of games on there. That looking at per game still not say. That's probably pretty good. They they're not a zillion and games on they they say and of course they. Would they say that all these numbers are like well ahead of their projections for where this thing would be so. They seem pretty pretty pleased. They put out a list of the most popular. They didn't like rank them or giving numbers but Besides fortnight most popular games on the store our World War Z.. Satisfactory three dauntless entitled juice game which I guess sold over a million copies saw cable from those across platforms. Yeah I'm sure but cable from panic was up there on twitter saying they passed a million

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Love it or hate it, the Epic Games Store is raking in the cash

Giant Bombcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Love it or hate it, the Epic Games Store is raking in the cash

"EPA Games. They have a store. Perhaps you've heard of it Anybody Oh yeah they keep giving me free games. Yeah they sure do in fact they're going to keep doing trade these games. It's more V box. What are we doing? I guess for all of this year as well as just last year when you continue doing that okay making money they put out a they put out a big infographics this morning. And I guess Tim Sweeney's about they're doing interviews and stuff they're basically disclosing a bunch of figures about the epic store The most salient ones are they claim. One hundred And eight million customers on the game store okay and seems like how many they had like at the launch of the stores from Fort Collins. I should find it in the story. Okay so yeah. They're saying now they have three hundred million total epic accounts gotTa okay across all platforms forms. So presumably the rest of those people wind four-night. That's a fucking lot on phones and stuff right now but consoles one hundred eight million. They're finding customers on the APP store as anybody who has ever taken part in a transaction on the store they still even if it's a free game downloaded a free game once on the epoch store. They're counting you as a customer. So that's kind of fuzzy number. People that are in that are now all to buy a game. Yeah so that they can market to say hey phoenix point or whatever right but they do say that. The store has generated six hundred eighty million dollars so far by giving we game spit spent by people crazy money. They have brought in revenue very different for them. I'm curious about the pure profit and then surprisingly they broke out the number of off the amount of money that was spent on their games which is two hundred and fifty one million of that six eighty. What's the mood? More than half of the revenue in the first year is is is spent on epic games impressive team. What was the big so fortnight but wasn't as Borland Serie and no I mean it's exclusive on the on the okay? Okay now but that would that would fall under third party PC games that's really weird. That's like do. They have does advocate of anything besides fortnight that anybody would spend money on at this point probably not. There's that other mobile game to that Obama. PC thinks okay presumably most of the shadow complex. Because I think is not free anymore. Probably most of this junk is four night revenue. But that's a quarter of a billion dollars. The Third Party Games James. I made have made on the store for the amount of games on there. That looking at per game still not say. That's probably pretty good. They they're not a zillion and games on they they say and of course they. Would they say that all these numbers are like well ahead of their projections for where this thing would be so. They seem pretty pretty pleased. They put out a list of the most popular. They didn't like rank them or giving numbers but Besides fortnight most popular games on the store our World War Z.. Satisfactory three dauntless entitled juice game which I guess sold over a million copies saw cable from those across platforms. Yeah I'm sure but cable from panic was up there on twitter saying they passed a million

Borderlands 3’s anniversary celebration kicks off with in-game drops

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Borderlands 3’s anniversary celebration kicks off with in-game drops

"And then borderlands announced its tenth anniversary celebration in ten years ago. Borland's one came out starting today for the through the next five weeks. There's going to be all sorts of events happening happening in borderlands three right now. They've launched boss week. this basically until October eighth you can go play and bosses have increased chance of dropping a unique legendary the item we choose going to be a rare spun hunt week three is going to be show me. The Iridium we four is GONNA be mayhem on twitch in week. Five is going to be spooky surprise. You want US Bougie so he surprised so hoping for something that breaks the game because that's more fun for me. What were you can just one hit. Kill everything yeah I want gone on just like this is unfairly powerful and that's hilarious

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'Borderlands 3' voice actor turned down role because Gearbox ‘wouldn’t go union’

Kinda Funny Games Daily

07:05 min | 2 years ago

'Borderlands 3' voice actor turned down role because Gearbox ‘wouldn’t go union’

"One on the report why Troy Baker isn't in borderlands three this is Kirk Kirk mckean over vg twenty four seven. If you remember we're of course do this whole Brouhaha for months. Now Randy Pitchford was asked on twitter. Hey is going to be reese. Randy said no troy turned down in Troy. I didn't turn it down. You guys said No. There's been back and forth. It's been ugly here's Kirk at VGA twenty four seven. We recently got a chance to talk to Baker during a fan event for wrestler replay. Let's play series the actor host alongside the other Troy Baker Nolan north. I love that during our chat he was openly disappointed that he didn't get a chance to play reese again in Borderlands Orlands three quote so they came to me and they were like do you want to do this. Baker explained which I said absolutely and then they made it impossible for me to do the role. It had nothing to do with money money. It had nothing to do. It had nothing to do with money. It had nothing to do with money. They just simply would not go about doing it the way that we needed to be done so then it it was like I never said no gosh I I worry Detroit. No he was talking to a reporter. It sounds like he's had a retro replay thing with Guinness just sitting there talking we we asked Baker to clarify what he meant by this scheduling conflicts or something else quote no it was simply a matter that they wouldn't go union. He replied and I can't do a non union union GIG without getting too deep into the weeds of that we had long conversations about this. We always knew going into it that this was going to be the thing they're gonNa take these characters and put them from put them from the tales from the series from telltale into Borland's proper. I've been waiting for this call. They were like do you want to do this and I said yes. They never they never because they would never move from that position. I'm not mad is invariably a complicated different. I'm sorry it's invariably a completely different different character but it's still sings stings fuck. It's hard to read quotes that are like just talking yeah. When it's a prepared quote we all go this garbage quote or a written word in general but when Choi's they're they're doubling up sentences over jabbing now the fun little kind of funny thing that we can do that but I want? I was going to bring in Chad's question because I think there's interesting. relation dossier Chad wrote in to Patriot dot com slash Kinda Funny Games says morning folks with the reveal this morning that Baker as a sack after member couldn't minute reprise his role of reese in Borland's three because gearbox wouldn't go union. Do you think this is something we'll see more of. Do you think this now becoming such a high profile story will before the hands of publishers to allow voice actors to unionize. I also wonder how often this happens. Considering it took one of if not the most popular voice actors sorry known to to make a headline that said I love the solitary solidarity intrigue continues to demonstrate that he is one of the kindest humans lot also. Let Your Voice Actors Union is Randy what the fuck cheers so yes. I already know where you're going with. This is an interesting story. If you all remember we hear kind of funny didn't animated series called kind of funny the animated series in episode one principal Christopher Walken it was played by Donna Troy Baker and the idea of course is that that'd be reoccurring character throughout throughout the entire run of the animated series well on top of that he was going to play two characters. He was gonNA play the principal. He was also gonNA play Troy who was like the Guy Oh I do. Remember who was a character in the show that just doesn't ever have voice yeah and the reason he doesn't have a voice is he's a Wendy's boyfriend. I remember that yeah I'd beef with Troy and we we we did a he pulled favor. I totally which is a gal do fucking voice view. He ended up getting kind of in trouble for it. It was more of a slap on the wrist. If you can't be doing that Shit so dr like hey we want to do the whole like series a kind of social. Whatever the hell it was at that point we had to go through his people and he didn't want to be that way he was he's like dude? I want to do this. Let's make it work but us us especially back then be the people we were. We got maybe two steps into that process and we're oh man it's complicated and it's going to require not too much money but the way that the money had to go was too complicated for what we were set up for gearbox they can handle that shape this and nothing that's of course the argument to be made here right is that kind of funny in the spare bedroom at the kitchen table and nick riding on these scripts was not the same as gearbox however there's a lot of different stuff going on here. Remember that when the David eddings lawsuit stuff was happening right and he was saying he that when he got replaced as claptrap this is a similar thing right that he left left in some he he worked at gearbox did the voice of claptrap and didn't get paid extra because of it. That's not the payment thing. I don't know anything about that other than what eddings has talked about publicly but that's still seems to be the case with how they do the voices in general right after the troy thing happened. I wondered if it was this based on what had happened with us. We obviously we had never had that kind of sag work a conversation before because we never did something like that before so it'd been so much time between borderlands two boroughs three I wondered after this happened with Troy was a union thing and then on top of that. I wonder how that would affect one actually burch who of course tiny team in the game is in the game. It is actually on the economy com slash wrong if I'm wrong about that doing tiny Tina's voice like I was wondering how she got around it because that's the other thing within the union ship makes everything so complicated. No longer on unions do a lot of great. I'm good. I'm not saying they're bad but I know like when I go and do the Lego Games because I'm not union. I have to do Taft Hartley Agreement. That's something weird like I. There's like paperwork on top of paperwork that is like we're bringing this person in because he s voice because of x y and Z yeah and so you know it's this weird thing of also talking to an extent here but for a long time not forever a longtime telltale didn't use SAG after voice actors obviously towards the end the change we're talking about in the borderland right here troy's in that obviously laurabeets in that all that but I remember and I'd have to go look at it now. There's there's something different about the credits where if you look through the credits of a telltale game where they use both union and non union they get credited in different ways interesting. There's so many intricate streak. I can't even talk to complications to use voice sag person or a a union voice actress nonunion voice actor that I I do wonder what this means for. How gearbox does it? You know I think chat ask in general I don't think so because I don't think this is something that happens often in many ways we've talked about. I think it is automatic. I'd imagine this happening all the time. I mean if it happened to us. I'm sure it's happening all over the place that you just don't hear about it because most people don't have podcast that years later the randomly telling the story sure you know but I think were going just different uh-huh directions with this one I'm saying I wonder how much this happens in terms of AAA Games. That's what I'm

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"borland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"borland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I'm John rather the patriots have released receiver Antonio brown just eleven days after signing the former all pro yes gives Mike Reese reports that brown's text messages the woman who accused him of sexual misconduct reviewed by some of the organization across the line the NFL released a statement saying they're investigating multiple allegations against brown college football two games in the top twenty five including number ten you got this for you as a first down instead of the top thirty one yard line they spread the field. the work is to through the call on ESPN radio man think three touchdown passes for the Trojans after starting quarterback he be slow this left the game after suffering a possible concussion or just the second play from scrimmage in U. S. C. H. tenth grade you tell a story to twenty three twenty three forty state over airforce forty denied feed a baseball scoreboard the Braves play the giants six to nothing as of Lana winters their second straight NL east title nationals over the Borland sixty four Washington has a one game lead on Milwaukee for the top in a wild card rumors of one eight of him no problem iris can one the final Astros make it six in a row at six four were over the age of clothes Brea with two home runs in his one five zero the Phillies five two..

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Classic Game Remakes

Game Scoop!

09:27 min | 2 years ago

Classic Game Remakes

"You can't talk about the goose game yet right. Oh when does this go up tomorrow. tomorrow okay yeah use game. Did you beat it yard. Ty WHO's game of the year come on just be just be gop why they're clearly entitled game of the year what you're going to confuse everybody buddy hoping here about Borland's three and now you're about untitled goose games and it's it's pretty much the only medal your solid game. I've ever played. They explain you don't you don't put a radio to sprinkle it or break it that way. You can sneak past the guy. It's a it's a metal. Is it a stealth. What is it called Stealth Espionage Action Stealth espionage. It's it's their boxes the problem to solve things so speaking of the radio. There's like this radio. You have to sneak past the Gardner Guy Right at the beginning of the game and I it's sitting on so when you pick it up it makes like music and he goes out of con- costs for that and he gets you right yeah and then and then so what I did was he puts it on top of a cooler antidrug the cooler all the way to where it needs to go and Thomas. Okay okay listen. I watched this and it was funny when it happened but this is a boring story wrap it up no no. I didn't really quite often to wait for people to hear this but this amazing off but the radio and Birket I'm just saying there's multiple ways solve this game. Is it game Goosey goosing game. Are you kidding me. Something see something. I'm excited for the sequel uncensored goose game. Yeah Yeah every time he hong to goose to honk for TV is this is it level base. What are you doing things is where it's like. Hey do all this stuff and something you 'cause. We'll open up a new area so you have him his thumb and he like falls from the hammer yeah yeah he goes like hit his his telling the boring story. I'm just jokin those are great before I one acknowledged to honk for. TV was a really good job at Damon. Thank you thank you and mark your story. Was it was okay. We'll so it's like dark. It was a six point. Oh it's like dark souls you do stop dumpling and then it opens up a new area and then it's like a Metro Vania dark souls metal gear salt lead. This Games got law headline goose game of the year druce like all of these other teams. It's entirely not like winter game. Yeah exactly AH that's from two thousand and eleven so we don't talk about borderlands now all right. Let's use game like borderlands three now. There's no blue unless yes you can a sandwich. There's yeah total luke because you drag everything back to the picnic. It's true yeah but you don't have any inventory space. Just like in borderlands game of the year also like so is on Telugu out tomorrow tomorrow. It's the twentieth tomorrow so toward the daily. You're listening to this. It's out it's out and it only takes an hour and a half to be over short. You can beat it almost forty times this weekend. Please should have been longer or is that the right amount of time to be. It's like me when you beat the game. They're still like stuff you you can do but you've ruled. The credits just like control weakness talk about okay. Okay wait to your borderlands point. Yes the inventory sucks. I assume that you can level up from there. You can increase your Marcus's munitions perfect pretty early inventory because you could do that in one and two and whatnot a lot of the systems feel pretty antiquated in a Lotta ways like everybody keeps saying it's just borderlands again and we've been playing more than any of us I think so. I think I'm agreeing with you. You're saying that it's it's a little a bit better. I think it's like lance too but I think it's better in every single way and that makes it better every single way every funnier. Maybe the writing an the map is broken as say broken. Well I just I. It's difficult to see what levels are unlike a different. Oh I thought they did a a better job at that. Because now you can rotate the map yeah I think I think you mean like when you when he said away point. It's really hard to find out where that actually which unlike which Alex should be taken if the if it splits off and your waypoints here and you're like oh I'm going to it and you're like Oh and yet open your mapping. I also the way back around can can we just say if you're playing with another player. The driver should not also be the navigator because you have to stop driving. pull up your mouth figure out which direction you need to stop the car before before yes. This is the person who's in the back on the governor should be the one to look at the matter author map and look at the map all the way you should do exactly yeah if needed. I totally the baggage around this and she she could see my TV and I would just opened my map and I'm like look and she could just see her through the screen cheating totally. That's the whole point. Is that what it was. It's called an in a perfect arc when you're looking at my screwing banking. Look there's a whole gamut of this game called screen cheat or something like that. Where you don't don't see the other person on the map shooter you don't see the other person so you have to screen peak to see where they are to be able to shoot them. Mario Kart Saddle node cheat or do you not it's. It's so that you can see you can line up a shot. What would somebody driving screen so you do. Do Eh for some people it's part of the experience for some people to be back. There is like these elaborate cardboard setups done off the the television like Oh. I've done that like playing halo like putting up the blanket and like one of your friends is under the blankets. That's great what's up with the pets in borderlands. One class has a pet flack nets the class that I chose with because I heard it was good for solo players playing by myself and yet you can sit out. The pets too technical for you and the first pet is a dog. Yeah modest has come a monster dog. It's a scam. You know what's really sad though I think they changed. The deaths down sounds for the skaggs. The sound really really sad yeah exactly. It sounds like a dog river. Your your pet is whatever you pick so you pick the dog. I didn't know how to choice. Let's guilty characters. You can pick what skill you get one point right at the start on the fly to so you picked that what's his name meet meet it she older. I forget his name now. That's the Jabber boy anyways. You could change it on the fly. What's what are the what are the other options as Iraq took a spider and yeah and then there's Iraq grew hanged dinosaur Mosser things. I think I'll stick with the dog was I. There's the flying. It's like a pterodactyl thin. The rack sounds good. Thank you very active but one of them is like a little like Jabber guy and he has a gun jabber and the more Islam inspire not the spider is like a little looks like this Guy Jabber. What do you mean Jabber. Keep saying. This aren't thinking isn't that in anyway. He has a gun and then you can make where he has a shotgun so he's a little pet walks around the shotgun. That's awesome. It's awesome. I'm playing playing as Mara. I don't really like her. She's fine. I'm playing MOS-. She has a robot. Yay Mas is I think the MOS flag actually the community favorites from what I've seen. I've seen the search volume to back that up. It's ask it. It's fun. I'm having a good time but it does feel very samey like it's. It's a little bit like they. They spent seven years. I guess they didn't spend the entire seven years but it's been seventy years. Berlin to if you had told me this was a new expansion for Borland's Orleans to I would have believed you gear gearbox made preschool right yeah so said Eddie. You knew it'd be however many years since I think it's a different team Eamon Australia that made sure if it was like spin offer from another team or not yeah it was. It's their fallen Vegas. It's fun other Games. They're able to reinvent themselves. Listen in new in new sequels in in additions but this just feels like more Portland switch. It's fun yeah. I enjoy it. I love the guns and I love that. I feel like every time I go back to sanctuary to like do all my inventory management. I feel like I'm going back out of the world as a slightly different character. You're always leveling up. You're always getting getting better guns. I've a shotgun right now. Every time I shoot them it just blows them away it so far like the blows them away literally blow them away and then when you reload it becomes a grenade than's flashes and says shoot me as it's going to and then you get another one in the shoot it. It's awesome cool like that. It's it's really fun. I like it a uh-huh Fisher

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What's the Buzz on Alcohol in Space?

BrainStuff

06:27 min | 2 years ago

What's the Buzz on Alcohol in Space?

"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks Nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm production. INDIVI- heart radio. Hey Brain Steph Lauryn bo-bottle here in September of two thousand eighteen. A new breakthrough in space technology was uncorked uncorked especially designed bottle that will make it possible to drink champagne in the microgravity environment of space. The bottle contains two chambers one for the Champagne and the other for valve that uses the carbon dioxide in the champagne to eject foamy little alcohol spheres which can then be scooped into long stemmed glasses for sipping and once inside the mouth the spheres turn back hawala into liquid champagne this space champagne as the agency France Press reported is envisioned as an Amenity for space tourists who someday maybe taking pleasure trips with private spaceflight operators. If future recreational astronauts astronauts do get the chance to savor some of the bubbly it won't be the first time that alcohol has been consumed in space the practice goes back to the early days of the Soviet space program when the USSR's doctors reportedly said cosmonauts into orbit with rations of Cognac one former cosmonaut told NBC News. We used it to stimulate our immune system and on the whole to keep our organizations intone later on cosmonauts were given a liquor containing Ginseng a root. That's a traditional herbal remedy for improving energy and concentration NASA in contrast generally has prohibited astronauts from drinking not just in space but also within sixteen hours of a space launch but the agency has wavered from its teetotalling stance at times. They're reportedly was a plan for example to allow the Apollo eight crew to drink a small mall ration of Brandy to go with their Christmas meal of Dehydrated Bacon Cubes in Turkey gravy stuffing but commander Frank Borman decided that they should forego the alcohol on the Apollo Eleven trip to the moon in nineteen sixty nine astronaut Buzz Aldrin did open a small plastic container of wine it was almost certainly the first food or drink consumed during the trip but it was so that he a Presbyterian church elder could take communion according to NBC News as former NASA food fellow burs Charles T borland and in Gregory elva detail in their book the Astronauts Cookbook Tales Recipes and more nothing considered providing astronauts on the Skylab mission in the nineteen seventies with Sherry packaged inflexible plastic pouches with built in drinking tubes but the idea was nixed for fear of negative publicity and because apparently the beverage although perfectly perfectly palatable on the ground fill the cabin with an intensely nauseating smell on a test flight that approximated low gravity with freefall in nineteen eighty-five five and that's our report titled Living Loft Human Requirements for extended spaceflight contemplated the pros and cons of drinking on space flights and in future settlements on the moon or other planets it noted it is unlikely that alcohol is a social beverage will find its way into space at least until relatively large and stable settlements are established published alcohol as a recreational drug may be keenly missed by space travelers since there is evidence that alcohol plays an important social role in exotic environments generally though today's space travelers have to wait until they get back to earth before they have a drink because alcohols chemical volatility that is its tendency to vaporize brise astronauts aren't allowed to have it on the International Space Station. We spoke by email with Daniel g hyo a spokesman at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He said that this ban is due to quote the negative effects that alcohol can have on the water recovery system which draws in water from a number of sources including cabin condensation patia the bed applies not just beverages but to any sort of product containing alcohol such as aftershave or a mouthwash. There's another tricky issue about drinking in space ace. Not much is known about the effect of alcohol consumption on the human body in these space environment which already is known to alter everything from the immune system to hand eye coordination and no official studies have been done so we really don't know whether the space environment would intensify the intoxicating effect of alcohol or how an orbital hangover would compare to to one that results from a bender on earth a while. We don't have much science on alcohol and space for what it's worth. There has been research on the effects of alcohol consumption at high altitudes on earth in nineteen eighty eight study for example. Some male subjects drink a quantity of one hundred per vodka adjusted to their weight for one hundred and seventy five. I Pat Man. That's about seventy nine kilos. It was about four shots and then they spent the day simulated twelve thousand five hundred foot elevation environment. That's about thirty eight hundred meters. They were then compared to other subjects who didn't drink and or who stayed at sea level the drinkers experienced impaired performance on a battery of tasks with older subjects performing worse than younger ones but there wasn't a significant difference between drinkers at high altitudes and those who stayed on the ground although not much alcohol has been consumed in space researchers are studying the creation of it on the ISS Scotch Maker Art Beg said samples of Booze and would up to study how whiskey might aged differently in space and Budweiser's sent along batches of barley seeds a scientific effort to understand the effects of microgravity on beer ingredients. Today's episode was written by Patrick J tiger and produced by Tyler claim to learn more about the history and science of Space Food and and beverages check out the episode of my other podcasts saver called ground control to Major Nam. Bringing stuff is a production eye radio's. How stuff works for more on this month of other tipsy topics picks visit our home planet has networks dot Com and from podcastone. My heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to your favorite shows today's Day's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase. Your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet.

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"borland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"borland" Discussed on KCRW

"You have to do something that's Chris Borland a former NFL linebacker who grew up in Dayton we reached out to the Cincinnati archdiocese for comment on Borland's letter and we were told that the archbishop has read it but hasn't yet sent Borland a formal response you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news this week prisoners at the cook county jail in Chicago participated in the first international chess tournament for inmates online they competed against teams from Russia Brazil Armenia Belarus Italy and England and they learn their moves from instructor Mikhail corretamente is with us to talk about the tournament and the jails chess program to be killed thanks for coming on the program thank you good afternoon could you tell us why chess why do you think they should learn it why do you like to teach it to them well I think for this population chess is very important it's too it's not just a game of chess is to teach them life skills they should try to make decision based not just on that opinion but they need to calculate what that point news will go they need to actually take time to saying that need to rush and it gives them a chance to win and the when they win the game of chess I can feel I'm is a winner I do that and I do that by myself that is the biggest message and the tournament we just completed that gives them also in that but you need to you to be part of the big world and even that and the prison today well the one that that will be out and they know that they can be connected with any country around the world this program at the cook county jail is actually several years old is that right it is correct we started on April first two thousand twelve and now we have daily classes for about ten to twenty kind of thirty inmates every week over the years you've been teaching chess at the cook county jail is there one particular inmate that stands out to you or that you remember because of how he or she interacted with chess well I remember many of them I have a good memory every time in the class given them an option yoga is not then the kindergarten class you all adults and I'm giving you the opportunity to long what's people discover play inches for fifteen hundred of heroes and that's your choice to take it on not to attack and I will will still them does a customer this is with people discovered this a good move to do with you have to really try and the other one inmate he was in the program probably full close to be a year and one day he came to the class then tell me you know looks like you're right I tried few times to lose a custom move and that's really works for me in honor of his miracles this group of people that really need to try and win the times she works they stopped billion in the southwest the tournament this week what was the outcome how did your team do well with satisfied with finished fifth but we won three matches we had one time much we had the tide was a minion team and that is a big deal for us I had the class yesterday off to a complete to the children into the one in the matter you know what I just lose one game and I lost and I feel so bad and I told him now you should be proud of yourselves if you were selected the view will lead to the very shows two minutes now I've been down before is just the hope to have more children of like this in the future and the message we get him from other countries since was very positive she congratulations on the project and on the tournament this week thank you so much Mikhail Kremen teaches chess at the cook county jail.

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"borland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"borland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You have to do something that's Chris Borland a former NFL linebacker who grew up in Dayton we reached out to the Cincinnati archdiocese for comment on Borland's letter and we were told that the archbishop has read it but hasn't yet sent Borland a formal response you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news from KQED news I'm Tiffany cam high one of California's oldest and continually operated road houses re opened yesterday under new management the alpine in known to locals as sobs is in Portola valley and construction was still being done ahead of the big reveal cuties right tomorrow checked it out when it first opened in eighteen fifty two hasn't the tablet that as it was then known through flocks of Mexican California's looking for cheap booze in warm conversation later Anglos descended including Stanford students much to the dismay of the university's first president who described it as unusually vile even for road house and a disgrace to San Mateo county casual place that we can see you can sit around and talk for as long as you want not be dressed up Laurie hunter one of the current group of owners agrees the peninsula has grown wealthy over the years but she has no intention of ruining this modest establishments rude charmed by trying to make it fancy even though they did have to bring the kitchen and other things up to code so we ended up having to redo all the appliances on everything it about where the foods prepared and where the fear lives what you do you see is pretty similar to what you don't see is really different they kept the drunken wood carvings and photos from previous owners as well as photos from neighborhood regulars who then stomping injuring the remodel to make sure it doesn't mess with the spirit of the place I'm Mitchell my row KQED news more online at KQED news dot org I'm Tiffany Kim hi support comes from personal capital introducing a new high yield account personal capital cash FDIC insured but I think it's time now for perspective that's our daily listener commentaries series Peter enters quickly became rather good it is chosen hobby but if you wanted to approach perfection he had to abandon some old comfortable habits here's his perspective I started baking about ten years ago delicious cakes and cookies were plentiful after some practice but I yearn for something unique something I was known for then at a friend's house for dinner she unveiled her home baked sourdough bread and I was smitten soda bread is so quintessentially San Francisco it involves strange microscopic creatures called starter it has a cloak of mystery surrounding it I wanted in I got the recipe and after some practice was baking a few of the week most of which went to great for friends and family recently I grabbed a low from a sourdough peddler on Embarcadero this okay crest struck me with all the crime was airy my bread lacked both I needed this new bread in my life no pun intended abandoning my familiar memorize recipe for something new was intimidating but I was determined I long for that delicious crushed to emerge from my oven after some Hemming and hawing I started looking for a new recipe in earnest I felt guilty like I'd taken a bread mistress during my research at the library I found a book by a bohemian sourdough Baker in San Francisco his lows look perfect they appeared to be what I was looking for but the recipe meant I'd have to abandon almost everything I knew about sourdough and start over a sudden wave of self doubt washed over me I doubted my ability to pull off such elegant fair Jerry risk everything for delicious bread I finally set aside some time to try it I thought unprepared invulnerable guess what the bread was amazing the cross was a deep crackling brown the crime was practically perfect in every way the new recipe was far superior to my original I realized I'd been circumventing critical sourdough practices for years to save time and hassle I settled for mediocre until that fateful San Francisco trip precipitated my bread epiphany mild but wasn't bad without it I couldn't appreciate the superiority of the new but I was ready for a new love I'm excited for my new bride.

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"borland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"borland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Borderlands 3's trailer is a disappointment

Giant Bombcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Borderlands 3's trailer is a disappointment

"Three they announced it we could finally answer. The question is borderlands three the new half life three by saying. It is not. God. Yeah. We did that though, they sure didn't spend a lot of time actually answering any question. It was like they might as well. The trailer is fine panel. No we were in the car o. So we were driving from New York. Boston meow, Abby how much the panel were you able to follow in the car every time? I turned it on. It was just Randy pitch for doing magic. And and then I would turn it off for a while. And then turn it back on and he would still be just kind of like sweaty doing magic. And I was like did something break. And you know, it's everything break broke later. Oh, yes. So then they got the then I turned it on is that we're actually getting into the trailer and started playing, and I was like, well, this is my connection must be shitty. Rent a car, and then and then I looked saga. Oh, no. Apparently, they just didn't play the trailer. They've been having this problem as they've been playing previous trailers because they announced like was it bolstering switch something else remastered. Yeah. Mastered starter there's like a four K texture early kind of quality pack coming out for him. They didn't really is running other videos in the panel prior to Borland's three, and we're getting progressively worse than heritable frame rate and stuttering problems. Yeah, they got to the big finale started playing the borderlands three trailer. Same thing was happening. They killed it. He came and tried to fill. Yeah. Magic. No magic left. No MP's. They apparently couldn't resolve the problem. And then just elected to run the entire reveal trailer with the problem. And then a rerun like five or ten minutes later, they got it fixed. And they're like, here's the trailer again. Now, it's smooth. That trailer looked like an like an adult swim bumper like it was just like here's an occasional word on screen. Yeah. And it's just like back to the exact same styles. They swim stuff. Yes. But you know, weird dialogue with fewer kind of thing. Yeah. Like, but like enemies, we got it. But like no dialogue from the characters. So like, no real story set up or you could you could frame by frame it and glean little bits of information about it. But like they said like for a game that has been obviously in development for quite some time now and not much of a secret. And they've acknowledged multiple times that they were in fact, working on it for this to be like they're quote unquote announcement. Yeah. To be like, so info light just seems dumb

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South Lake Tahoes measure to ban vacation rentals squeaks to victory

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

04:55 min | 3 years ago

South Lake Tahoes measure to ban vacation rentals squeaks to victory

"A ballot measure to ban all AK shin home rentals in south lake tahoe's, residential neighborhoods after three years and reduce their occupancy. Limits almost immediately has passed by a margin of fifty eight votes. The elder auto county elections department announced Tuesday, the city council plans to meet Monday to accept the final results of the November election. Ten days later measure t will take affect said, Chris fury. A spokesman for the city any voter can demand and pay for a recount, but that doesn't seem to be in the works despite the measures thin majority of fifty point four two percent. We've talked about a recount, but I don't believe we're going to ask for one said Jerry Williams, president of these sustainable community alliance. A group of home and business owners who opposed measure t where disappointed in the outcome. But. Remained committed to working with city leaders in protecting jobs and tourism, the measure can only be overturned or modified by another vote. Williams said his group has not discussed of subsequent ballot measure, and he's not heard if anyone is planning a lawsuit to challenge measure t the measure applies to homes rented for thirty days or less outside the city's tourist core. The core generally runs along highway fifty from ski run boulevard to state line. There are about fourteen hundred short term rentals outside the core. And only four hundred inside the voters have spoken, and we respect that fury said don't we think we can do is wait for the fiscal shoe to drop that has been our concern all along what it will do monetarily to the city of south Lake Tahoe. The city estimated that it could lose up to four million dollars a year in tourist taxes and other fees. A group of residents called Tahoe neighborhoods group gathered enough signatures to place the measure on the ballot although homes in the city have been rented to. Locations for decades their numbers have increased with the growth of rental sites such as Airbnb and VR -bio measure t opponents said tourists don't belong in neighborhoods zoned as residential. They say visitors disturb their peace and make it harder. For fulltime residents to find housing, are you go. The city limited vacation home rentals to fourteen hundred outside the tourist core and imposed stiff rules and fines aimed at cracking down on loud parties parking problems and late night. Hot tub us opponents of measure tease said these were working, but many neighbors were still unhappy. Our mission was to get this in front of the voters. We felt the broader community hadn't been listened to said Peggy Borland a member of the neighborhood group. Their victory is a caution for our community and all communities. She said a similar ballot measure in Pacific grove near Monterey passed with fifty seven point five percent of the vote that measure will prohibit short term rentals in residential areas outside the coastal zone and face out existing. Ones within eighteen months. The California coastal commission plans and regulates land and water use along the state's shoreline, excluding the San Francisco Bay in partnership with local governments the commission opposes blanket vacation rental bands along the coast and is found them inconsistent with the state coastal act because they unduly limit public recreational access opportunities. It said in a December twenty sixteen letter to coastal communities in del mar a south of San Diego, the city council adopted an ordinance that would limit short term rentals in residential areas to twenty eight days per year with a minimum stay of seven days the commission refused to certify the ordinance proposing. Instead a minimum stay of three days for up to one hundred days per year. The city council has taken legal action challenging the Commission's authority some states have taken stronger steps to limit local authority on short term rentals. Arizona Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Tennessee, and Wisconsin have enacted legislation prohibiting short term. Rental bands. The national council of state legislature said in a report in south Lake Tahoe. The fourteen hundred homeowners with existing vacation home permits in non-core neighborhoods can continue to operate them for three years those permits cannot be transferred to anyone including a new owner wants measure t takes effect the city can issue. No new permits outside the core. After December thirty first twenty twenty one anyone still operating a bake ation home rental outside the core will have to stop although they could rent it for more than thirty days. At a time measure t also reduces occupancy limits on short term rentals outside the core. Effective December twentieth. The current limit two people per bedroom, plus four per home will shrink to two per bedroom. Period. And no home can have more than twelve occupants fury said the city will issue permits that reflect the new occupancy limits by January seventh, but that it will enforce them the same way we did before the city response only when it gets a complaint the. Will give affected owners until January seventh to bring their ads and property signs into compliance with the new limits.

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South Lake Tahoe, Pacific Grove measures to limit vacation rentals winning

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South Lake Tahoe, Pacific Grove measures to limit vacation rentals winning

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. South Lake Tahoe Pacific grove measures to limit vacation rentals winning by Kathleen Pender from business to California. Tourist towns could be on the verge of banning vacation home rentals in residential neighborhoods. Valid measures to face how short term rentals are narrowly ahead in south Lake Tahoe and wellhead in Pacific grove both cities have seen a surge and Bakke shin rentals since the advent of do it yourself rental sites such as VR B O dot com and Airbnb those preliminary results stand in stark contrast to a similar measure in the resort community of Palm Springs which lost by a wide margin in June. In Pacific grove on the Monterey peninsula. Fifty eight point two percent of five thousand two hundred thirty three votes. Counted were in favor of measure m which would ban short term rentals of less than thirty days in residential areas outside the coastal zone and face out existing ones within eighteen months in south Lake Tahoe a measure to shutdown short term rentals outside the tourist core area. After three years is leading with fifty one point two percent of four thousand five hundred seventy seven votes cast that narrow one hundred thirteen vote margin could change when all vote by mail ballots. Are counted Eldorado county has up to thirty days to certify the election. The grassroots group that gathered enough signatures to place measure t on the ballot hasn't claimed victory. It's still pretty promising at this point said Peggy Borland a leader with Tahoe neighborhoods group almost fourteen hundred of south lake tahoe's, roughly eighteen hundred licensed vacation rentals are outside the. Tourist core measure Tepe passes, those fourteen hundred rentals could continue operating through twenty twenty one. But if they're sold or go out of business that permit could not go to someone else like it can now after three years any that remained could no longer operate short term rentals, although they could rant for more than thirty days at a time. One provisions of the measure would take effect ten days after results are certified and accepted by the city. It would reduce occupancy limits on short term rentals in residential areas. That could impact some existing reservations, although the south Lake Tahoe city attorney said last week that some enforcement discretion will have to be used in December south Lake Tahoe. Capped short term rentals in residential neighborhoods at fourteen hundred and implemented regulations and steep fines aimed at curbing noise and parking complaints. Borland said her group started an initiative campaign after failing to reach a compromise. With city council that would have said a lower cap on vacation rentals and required a minimum distance between. Lean them most vacation home couldn't vote on the measure because their primary residence is elsewhere. Although vacation homeowners could argue the measure would deprive them Bright's. They had when they purchased the property Boylan said those of us that bought our houses in residential neighborhoods. Have had the rules changed on us. I didn't buy my house in nineteen seventy five to be living next to a motel all three city council. Members who were up for reelection, including mayor, Wendy, David opposed measure, t and all three appear to have lost David said, she was saddened by the outcome and believed her loss was one of the unfortunate fallouts of measure t the three apparent winners. Also opposed measure t but were part of the council that set the rules and camps that supporters found inadequate David said, she knew the vote would be close because most people understood both sides of the issue. But once they got into the voting booth it probably came down to whether they felt short term rentals were disrupting their lives or crucial to their livelihoods. We are hopeful. That a compromise can be reached said Jerry Bendel general manager forced suites resort and director of the south Lake Tahoe launching association, which opposed measure t if the measure passes any changes would need voter approval. However, it's possible that the city could reach a compromise through zoning perhaps by expanding the tourist core area. He said asked what other tours towns could learn from this Bendall said every towns dynamic is a little bit different. They need to understand how short term rentals affect everything from housing shortages to tourism. And try your best to be proactive and come up with a balance before it comes to a vote that maybe nobody wanted. He said the lodging association of post measure, even though it could benefit some members who own hotels and motels because it couldn't predict the impact on tax revenues the economy and recreation center that's supposed to be funded with a tax on vacation rentals. Those are wildcards. We don't know what's going to happen. Bendall said adding that the mountain towns still welcomes. Tourists opponents of measure t raised three hundred sixty five thousand dollars compared with less than two thousand dollars by proponents.

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