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Creating AI Products That Are Easy for Non-Technical Users with Bryton Shang
"So, Brighton a wanted to talk to you about your journey of building an AI chronic for specific market. You guys are any aqua cultures face using computer vision to monitor the health and size in growth of gigantic fish farms. Very, very big important industry also not industry at least what strikes my mind as as one that's eager for AI zone sake. You know we look at financial services and They might just like the sizzle obey but I, imagine a fish farmer doesn't they just want something practical. You got to go through this journey of finding a fit for a and for hardware in a market that really just wants an outcome topless about what that journey was like, what made the idea click, and then we have to go through to build a product that would be a business. So I I. Think Certainly. A are not like we really started with the customer need and and so clearly, there was a need for being able to Count Sea lice on the fish and as well as understand way in grows. And so whether that could be solved by air not that s really allows the. Clear from Farber, tops the number of farmers than an consistently said that that was number one problem. Solving that I mean there has been companies have tried to work on it using. More traditional computer vision or via other techniques and and really the idea being that I, mean there's been technologies developed economy striving and other industries social media that have developed deep learning and other AI models that have been really successful at identifying objects in images and doing three D. reconstruction, and so for for that was inspiration for us to be able to apply similar technology to. Get. Started is a bit challenging. So of course, weakness gather training data and this is something where basically taken lots of pictures of fish from being able to annotate those images or see lies and even like determining the way to the finish this is not something you can determine from an image actually after go physically. Way Them in war and so generally challenges around the data collection aspect but. Really I. Mean I think the company it's I ended saying that it's likely companies is sort of like raisin bread like company is like, Brad. In is just like the reasons that make it special. But the end of the day we're still solving for that cornea farmer one, hundred percent I mean if you could girl billion dollar firm with not live ai more power to you, you know what? I. Mean, we just happen to have a focus on a I use cases here on the show, but we certainly don't doubt toy ai for its own sake, but it sounded like the problem was suited and so bought a being right. You're not going to be able to build software that takes a look at fish. You know the old school methods of computer vision of looking at lines or something like the the. Videos of how computer vision you storage just never going to skin the cat you gotta use them Al and the kickoff for the company which you mentioned in our previous interview was actually regulation which I found to be interesting. So there was a regulatory act in Norway and I don't know if this district place in other countries are just in Norway where they had to count the leisa certain amount on their fishy certain amount of sampling. It seemed like that was actually the catalyst almost to the business is that safe to say? I would say, so I mean, certainly, there is businesses economic incentives in the also economic driver for them to manage sea lice because something that does Chech- environmental concerns as well as food safety concerns. It is something that is intimately tied with regulation and and in this case pretty much every country that grows fish in the ocean has some form of regulation of parasites. That's that's interesting. I think obviously most of our listeners are not familiar with aquaculture space. But curious to see that this regulation there you know when I think about the sectors where we might do a little bit more coverage or certainly where we do our market research work like financial services when someone is selling a document search and discovery software very rarely saying, well, you know here's how this can tangibly improve efficiencies. People try to find these of documents for mortgages, tons of documents for insurance underwriting. There are a lot of time using the argument of, Hey, you're really gonNA get regulatory slapped if. You don't I dunno change these kind of library bore clauses now that that legality has gone away or if you don't remove client data on their requests and if you can't find all of it, that's still your problem and this is going to help you. So regulation in the fear of those consequences honestly is something that financial services vendors lean on especially when they don't have other ways of measuring our why curious to see that it's also potentially a lever to kick off a need for technological innovation your space to this is something that's me people kind of have to adapt if you will. Absolutely. One of the differences though for we're talking about kind of. Companies. In some of the challenges we through is not just the farmers understanding that it's not the not like a thermometer like you drop it in it tells you the. In Data Adler. I I'm and. How many do you buy and it just gets better over time present get worse over time but fundamentally does work differently and so there is. But that's just sort of like the challenge of the system. So to speak is that like it's it's all mechanical system it is a dynamic system. That's the challenge for Mel, across the board in these living breathing systems or somebody's got to of keep tabs on things. Now, I presume now some markets. Well aware of this plenty vendors that we've had on mean from data data robots of a Yazdi's to Lord knows how many are essentially providing folks with tools where their in house data scientists are also going to be able to use these tools to get a job done maybe detect money laundering maybe detect cancerous tumor is on patients or whatever the case may be. These are tools for in house technical folks, and maybe in house non, technical folks, there are some vendor companies try to keep as much or all love the actual data collection processing in kind of that, we call the heavy lifting of. Keeping a living breathing in else's running in house in the vendor then they're only giving the user more or less a SASS products. Now, of course, it's more complicated than that. But for the user, it's about that simple. My guess in aquaculture is the in house data science staff is rather limited at these firms. You're essentially having to do the latter company where you're giving them. Here's the hardware plug it in. Here's the dashboard you're gonNA look at it but just know Mr buyer that there's a lot going on in terms of labeling in upkeeping heavy lifting that you don't have to do that we're handling. I presume that's what you've had to to bill. That's right and I mean for us the machine learning AI component is more. It's more like a cafe thing rather than for for them they prefer. Likely it's more important for us to be off, Walter. Company delivering Wade Send House in Yemen sorta not exposing so much of like the ID. Yeah Yeah.
Computer Vision Applications for Fish Farming - with Bryton Shang of Aquabyte
"Brighton, I know we're GonNa talk about serve artifice intelligence in the future aquaculture but because this space is so nascent I'm sure most of our audience or not exactly familiar with how aquaculture operates today. Maybe you could tell us some of the tasks that folks who run these giant fish farms need to manage on a regular basis, and then we'll talk about where is it? Sounds good. Some fish farms really talking about large operation. So we have these nets in the see they come they put little fish in they feed the fish every day, and the goal is to be able to grow the fish large fish harvest and send them to your local supermarket. Every day we're talking about beating the fish keeping the fish healthy making sure that we can do the proper day to day activities make sure that they're growing the fish most efficiently. So you know we talked off microphone you mentioned things like looking at sea lice. You know obviously right now you're talking about seeding well, of course that makes sense anything. We're GonNa Harvest that's actually an animal needs to be fed in terms of the the core operations was done on a day to day week to week there's gotta be some kind of cleaning activity. There's parasite maintenance deal. There's there's the actual harvesting processors, the feeding, what are the big things that take up chunks of time here, and how do they operate today? What are some of the time consuming things that humans are doing now that might be able to do in the future. Sure. I, group it in a couple of different categories. So I is feeding. So we want to be able to feed the fish everyday, and this is understanding what's appetite of the fish how much feeding are repeating too much feeding to let all our fish growing appropriately. There's another aspect that's the fish health side. So of course, for Greg through, that's going to be consumed by humans and that's a food safety. Concerns but also from an environmental perspective, we also want to make sure that fish are healthy from welfare perspective and and so those are tasks such as making. Sure that the fish have parasites such as. Says you're talking about in this is something that's actually regulated. So other diseases both behavioral in different aspects of the fish, and that's really is just making sure that officials are healthy and fed every day. Yeah. We think about what fish health looks like I. Mean my presumption of what this would look like today maybe we can just have A. A set of cameras underwater next to feeding tanks. So we can see what they look out while they're feeding and get a sense of odor. Are they turning some color where they showing some symptoms of behavior that makes us think they're diseased or what have you or we just have humans go out and Loudini pick up a bucket full of take a look at him in the bucket we get a sample size of however many dozen a day just to get a general pulse of disease state of affairs, and then we drop them back in is that what it looks like to sort of maintain today Right. Now it's really difficult. So this will take a typical farm salmon farming Norway. We're we're talking about pens that are the size like dammit or half a football field than hundred feet deep. The has like one, hundred, two, hundred, thousand, fish so. Tactfully. Properly. Monitor that type of population is almost Impossible just because you're talking about such a large population than its main even standing on the side of a pen, you can only see maybe like five percents of what's going on. So really it's these enabling technologies like via camera that can help identify parasites on the fish or other wounds or other fish health aspects of the fish stat previously really feasible. I. Mean You'd have fish how biologists go out and sample a couple of fish, but really not specifically significant that you don't want to be handling the fish. So so this is really new applications of this. Technology to fish help. So it was done manually in some way shape or form in a for for lack of better term a bucket and scoop enough of them to get an idea you know do do enough of them have parasites to get really nervous and want to treat them with something that could be you know otherwise unhealthy or not, but not really based on robust statistical significance. In Norway, for example, it's required by law to sample every pan ten or twenty fish every week. So they're constantly going out to the pens sampling, the fish. Okay manually. So yeah I guess we can talk a little bit about where Ai fits into the mix here. You have these core activities around feeding in health. Then then you have your harvesting, where does artificial intelligence at least in the case of what you folks are developing, find its way into saving time saving money off producing efficiencies for these these gigantic fish. So. There's certainly one aspect which is where we're talking about the underwater environments, the Oceans Wrath environment than. Being Subsea how the fish are doing is is is really this new thing and we're also talking about arms. Fairly, remote reasons. So Air Burger literally in the yards are in the Shannon. Is Limited so you do WANNA have. Most of your processing happened on the camera. And and so that's where the FBI comes in where we can do a lot of the processing of the images on the camera identify things at the fish far. Yeah I mean health the fish size of the fact that you wouldn't be able to do before and it's really insights where. The state of you would be able to collect
Anger as Brazil revokes mangrove protection regulations
"Is ill and the environment. Now the government has revoked regulations that protect tropical mangroves and other fragile coastal ecosystems. Environmental groups say the removal of permanent protection zones will allow property developers to clear large areas of mangrove for tourism. To speak to Dr Raymond Ward, He's principal lecturers specializing in coastal environments at the university off Brighton. Here in England. He's worked in Brazil for 10 years studying ecosystems. Welcome to the program. First of all, what do you make of what the Brazilian government has decided to do? Well, it's not really a surprise the current federal environment minister, Hey, Carlos. Alice has been trying to do this for ever since the government came into power, but I completely agree with what you said the I mean, this is going to have a massive, substantial impact. On coastal systems, particularly on mangroves. But before before we talk about the the impact it's goingto make. Just tell us why mangroves are so important. Mangroves provide a wide range of ecosystem services. They provide protection against sea level rise. They store huge amounts of carbon much more than any other terrestrial. Ah, ecosystem. And they also provide protection from climate change related impact. Such a storm surges and they support a range of different Ah, jobs, for example, fisheries because they provide on excellent nursery habitat for commercially important fish species. So is it the case that all mangoes had been protected until now? Yeah, Mangroves have been protected in Brazil. They've been protected through the forest code, which is been a very well written Ah, legislation protecting mangroves. Another important ecosystems on that protection. Being taken away will mean what now what's going to be the direct impact and will it happen immediately? Yeah, I think immediately there will be in the near future. There will be a rapids degradation and losses of mangroves, particularly as a result, conversion tio agriculture and tourism related activities such as building hotels in the suchlike on DH That will have what kind of impact I mean, we're talking about. Structures that don't exist there at the moment, so it's just going to be a major intervention. Yes. Oh, I mean, the clearing of the mangroves means that you're no longer able to those those those mangroves will not look no longer be there to support those important fish species that will have a knock on effect on Local fisheries, particularly in the northeast of Brazil, where there's ah large man people engaged in subsistence fisheries as well as commercial fisheries. What argument do you have against those people who inside the government and others, too? Who would argue that relaxing these protection laws simply means that the coastline is being opened up for Economic activity and making that coastline viable in that way. I mean, ecosystem services means money, basically. So that's those parts of the system that offer some form of, for example, coastal protection. If you don't have the mangroves there, you have to pay for coastal protection. If you don't have the support for the fisheries, then you have to find some other economic engagement for those people that are in the coast life so obviously that there's a wide range of literature that saying that the bang grease off billion dollars Ah, ecosystem services every year If you convert those suddenly Tio two shrimp farms, for example, or hotels. You're not gonna have that same level. Of economic
Manchester United scores 100th-minute penalty to secure dramatic win over Brighton
"United get their first win of the season and it's the most dramatic of endings against Brighton who hit the woodwork five times jewel social suggested that got away with one could away it was smash and grab robbery just rub it was it was a penalty the end with the whole scenario the whole thing how bad united in for most of the game really apart from the Russian Golden Umbrians, the past from Bruno Fernandes, the rest he was really poor and Brighton was so good at times but hey, don't take your chances eventually you get punished during its. Maguire and they've not signing centreback. Marino isn't happy gab when you start talking about respect bays right on location isn't it because they dominated Newcastle and then they gave up a very controversial injury-time equaliser penalty. So the whole respect thing I he's he's he's done this before we've seen him do this before right implications when I play for big powerful clubs like say. Managed big POPPA clicks Mantis united around Madrid I get the calls but spurs are a big club but they're not respect. It's the same stupid historial statements and if you didn't like the call it the end with the handball fairplay you I understand it. As we said earlier, there's a reason why Things are being done this way. A very good solution as well. The PGA memorial can remind referees, guys you have discretion you have discretion in looking at this because there remains discretion. The only time there is no discretion is if the arm is above the head, which was which may have been the case with. Eric dire possibly because he was pushed because he's not super coordinated. But man, it's as simple as that all these people out there I'm sorry since a rank coming on all these people out there and go on about Oh, killed our game it's not your game. It's everybody's game to people who may be made. This decision are fat. But as we said earlier, a lot of people knife et fifty percent of FM is up of British home nations is your people who did this okay and you know what other people have adapted people in other sports have adapted. Ukraina. Job To it's not going to kill the game how you can kill a game after a phenomenal weekend like this is just beyond me.
Security Cameras Are Being Destroyed In Brighton Park, Chicago Gang Members Blamed
"Gang members in the Brighton Park neighborhood on the southwest side have been targeting private security cameras. One Brighton Park resident says the gang members don't want the cameras because they're interfering with their business. He spoke to CBS, too, and didn't want to be identified and no counter princes. I know what we could have their brazen, said Alderman Raymond Lopez, just like the gang members who were cutting the wires to street lights last year to put blocks in the dark, same group. And they think that they are untouchable when it comes to what they want to do in the neighborhood. The man who didn't want to be identified. Who's cameras captured the vandalism before going dark, said he's installing Mohr. Don't shut your brains open. You can see what's happening. And when you see something happen, Call 911.
"brighton" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"You and your Chelsea supporting brethren come together every week when it's safe to. Okay. It is segment three. We had a great interview with Lee Parker in the show we broke down the Brighton matches. Best is pretty much anyone. I've ever heard breakdown a match against Brighton Chris Wittingham, but the time is here. Liverpool preview time and I got level with your brother. Chris. My Body's not ready for Liverpool Chelsea this picture could've waited a little bit but here we are thrown into the deep end and questions about player availability in this match. We waited out on taping this this episode of Chelsea miked up as late as we could to see if we can get any late nuggets about Christian Pulisic availability but all there was really was this sound from Frank Lampard nothing much has changed on that front Christian Yeah Christian was trying to move this last week. He had a little bit discomfort. Companies is very strong to you know trying to, Dawson being contention Pittsburgh I would have been a big also today that's just a few steps back. So I would have to say too. So that's one. Don't have big news on a minute who say don't want to spend too much time prolific as we don't really know that he is there but this is a match against Liverpool and I was watching men in Blazers on peacock following that Brighton Match and Jurgen Klopp made me smile ear being Chelsea Fan, which is hard to do for Liverpool manager because Roger Bennett asked Jurgen klopp about Christian Pulisic performance. The last time he played Liverpool at Anfield you remember he came on as a sub completely changed the match almost single handedly made that match level and has a tremendous question of your club and I thought Chelsea fans might find this sound. Cool. So here it is courtesy of men in Blazers. Didn't stop. videogame on unbelievable the plays I knew. Sixteen very, very young and joint training on. It was like in a comic a little boy, the ball five six or players want to get it, and then in the end you see only us and one is coming out and was Christian. So I knew it will be agreeable loft work together with the Murphy state but lives.
"brighton" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"The opportunity to interview him several times and I sorta noticed towards the tail end the confidence on the field was also projecting itself in some interviews and he's getting a little bit more used to it. You've built up these relationships with these players. It's a lot of them when it comes to the media obligations when football is supposed to be their life, how much? How rigorous is just being a? Professional for a nineteen year old man very good question. I think some of them find it more comfortable than others I don't think I'm talking about when when I say that but I think a lot of credit especially with the younger players like you mentioned there certainly the ones that come through the academy a lot of credit asked to go to new off Jim Fraser in the guise behind the scenes at the academy because not only do they put the work in on the pitch, they put the work in the extracurricular stuff as well. So they have bespoke media training for these kids they have a lot of. Things that you wouldn't. You wouldn't think about how to deal with with money and and problems that they'll. They'll do with with the press and all these things that go into being a top player top professional when they make the mooted move across the road to the first team building it's already there you speak to Ruben off the cheek Cam Hudson Door Mason Mount people this they just click and they get it straight to y so full credit to them and four credits the training that's given to them behind the scenes and I think from an in house TV channel I often say to some of these boys signing the first pro contracts and further down the line. Utilize us. Yes. It's great because we are going to get great access content that sounds a little cynical. Of course bar I think we have a duty of care towards these boys as well because. If, they can't trust us who can they trust? You know I want them to be able to sit down and do an interview with US knowing full well, we're not going to throw them under the bus if they say something that maybe isn't quite right than we should be the ones say, Hey, you know what? We're not gonNA use this answer and give them a reason why and help them with. Training and the understanding, and this I think it's also the case with some of the boys that have come to the club quite young at NASA odd..
"brighton" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"Let's talk about our man of the match and we were getting pretty close to the time where we had to do this because otherwise, we would have sounded crazy here on Chelsea Mike saying this was coming, but you can see him hunting for it trying to be a little bit more aggressive in. Going for gold, we know in that boot, there is magic from Reese James. We saw a goal that you look you can't count on that goal all the time that is a special moment, and it's already a goal the year contender from reese. James and hopefully, there is stiff competition from his own teammates in that regard but this player in the attack is special special and there was Another special player at that same position, a former Chelsea player and Tariq Lamti who made it appearance in a memorable personal match from last year Lam ass for transfer. Why? Because of what you saw from Reese James he realized there wasn't a True Path to first team minutes as long as reese James lived and breathed and a special player. This is quite the weapon if he can improve. In, the offensive aspects of that came and maybe he doesn't if he can give you what he gives you in the attack with a little bit more consistency man do Chelsea had a very special weaponry shames and match experience is going to allow him to grow in that defensive area playing in a back line with Tiago Silva will help him grow and develop and if he can give. You goals on top of that maybe even he ends up in trial Arnold, territories taking free kicks from that kind of range because he's such a good striker of a ball, he's always going to get you good crosses down that right hand side and good service. But I think one of the things that we look towards last season is those individual moments of quality that got victories it. Just didn't seem like Chelsea had those in them and I think in this game getting one from Reese James is a sign that maybe you will see more of those and weeks to come and say, all right. This doesn't look Great Brighton of equalize. We need a moment and reach James gave you a moment and already has given you a goal this season candidate and Chris more excited. About what I didn't see in that match. Then when I saw this is why the whole three one victory at Brighton has me so happy because I know in my mind what Chelsea's first team should look like at least what the experts think you mean it tell me Chelsea you're going to be going up matches where it's re shames lining up on the same side as a team. And then the pace and skill on the.
As the Hubble Telescope Turns 30, What's Next for Space Telescopes?
"Has been looking at a project that set to be the successor to the Hubble Space. Telescope arguably one of the famous telescopes of all time. and. The. Hubble Space Telescope is iconic sent into space in nineteen ninety, the images Hobo sent back are amazing and captured the imagination of millions, but it is thirty years old. It's getting on a bit. So a new generation of telescopes are being clowns to attempt to fill herbals sizable bids. One of them is the Nancy Grace Roman telescope named for the first female executive of NASA. This telescope will seek to continue hobos legacy. I spoke to Dominic Bedford Program scientist for the telescope. We designed the Roman Space Telescope to be able to conduct the kind of survey that astronomers haven't been able to do with any of the sets of tools they have. Had during the past generations and that is to focus on being able to take very sharp images of wide areas of the sky with tremendous sensitivity being able to see very very distant objects and also optimized in the near infrared, which is wavelengths just slightly longer than what our eyes are sensitive to because the near wavelengths penetrate dust better. So we will allow us to see further into our own galaxy and also we'll. Be. Able to see the red shifted light from very very distant galaxies. So we've been able to see farther and so this combination of being able to see far into our own galaxy and far out into other galaxies and to be able to do this very quickly very efficiently means that we can start conducting surveys where instead of looking at a few objects, a few galaxies refused ours we can start studying monitoring and understanding. Millions even hundreds of millions of galaxies and millions of stars all the same time to be able to conduct surveys that are more demographic where we really understand the whole the entirety of these aspects of the universe all at once. That means the Nancy Grace Roman telescope is designed to be more like a wide angle lens for space instead of a Zoom Lens. But how is it going to carry out its mission? The Romans Space Telescope surveys are designed to be able to answer pressing questions both in cosmology. And in Exit Planet Science for Cosmology, we will take number of surveys of the distant universe so that we can understand the distribution of galaxies and how the universe has expanded over cosmic time from a time when the universe was only a few billion years old to the present when the universe is now thirteen point seven, billion years old. And through watching the way, the galaxies evolved how they form how they move towards an away from each other, we can infer the effects of dark matter, which is a a large unknown components of the mass of the universe and dark energy, which is a recently discovered mysterious force that appears to be pushing the universe apart and therefore pushing all the matter in the universe away from all the other matter. and. It will be able to take definitive measurements of this kind to understand the effects of these so that we might understand better the fundamental physics that drives the universe in its evolution. What about our own galaxy? What can be achieved when the telescope is pointed to the center of the Milky Way we plan on conducting where we will look at the Galactic Bulge of Milky Way, which is where most of the stars in the galaxy can be found. So we'll stare at a wide patch of our Milky Way Galaxy tracking the brightness of millions of millions of stars. Taking images every roughly fifteen minutes over of course, many many months. And we will look for the chance encounter when a star happens to pass in front of some other background star. and. When it does because of general relativity the light from the background star, we'll be focused much like a lens by the foreground star and focused on us. As the stars move slowly through the galaxy and that brightening is something that we can measure and by measuring the Brighton time, we'll be able to infer. What the the foreground star was like. If the foreground star has planets, we'll see brightening from those as well, and in fact, even if these planets have a large moons will be able to see the writing for the moons planets around those stars and by doing with millions of stars will be able to track enough plants thousands. We think of planets around other stars that we'll be. Able to make a complete demographic census, all what planetary systems are like in our own solar system we have the eight planets and that we can see essentially all planets like that around another star, maybe not mercury because it's very small enclosed in but certainly every other planet even planets like Mars we'll be able to detect around such stars be able to answer the question definitively. Our solar system common in the galaxy is it rare the galaxy or may even be unique? and. Doing this, you'll understand our own place in universe Harris or got to be the way it's.
Dallas County Reports 422 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 Deaths
"County reported 400 22 Corona virus cases on bride A. That's good bring the total above 53,000 Another 10 people passed away, Tarrant County reported a greatly decreased Daily number of Georgia and 91 new cases on Friday Thursday, the county reported 464 cases Tuesday, 805 cases. Three deaths were reported on Brighton
Dallas County Reports 422 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 Deaths
"Dallas County reported 400 22 Corona virus cases on bride A. That's good bring the total above 53,000 Another 10 people passed away, Tarrant County reported a greatly decreased Daily number of Georgia and 91 new cases on Friday Thursday, the county reported 464 cases Tuesday, 805 cases. Three deaths were reported on Brighton
The MPB Photo & Video Hall of Fame
"A full to another episode of this week in photo I am your host Frederick Van Johnson today I'm looking to be joined by Matt Barker. He runs a little company called MPP. It's cross the pond, and over on this side, we're going to be talking about some of the projects that they're working on and just sort of getting to the bottom of this hall of fame thing that he cooked up. He met welcome to the show. How's it going? On keep having me. Good evening evening here so Here The It's good to have you good to have you. So let's talk about this. So first of all, let's talk about the company. What is All. About what's the company you sort of elevator pitch for for what you guys do? Show assets pretty. Straightforward. We now the largest platform globally. For photographers, videos, filmmakers to buy sell and trade kit. So we are online and available in the whole of the US where you are in the UK and all across Europe as well. So buying anything from entry level. Salah Kit maybe one hundred bucks up words right the way through to syndicate Red Kit things of that nature. Up to the various kind of high end of things. So I think overall reprise across about six thousand different products and buying and selling lenses, bodies, etc way. Primarily within the kind of autofocus era within the digital era with bodies. But obviously that's a huge catalog of kit. And now now the biggest and the best place to be doing that really. So that's in a nutshell, our PB DOT COM. That's fantastic. Congratulations on that. So so just just to put a finer point on it. So the largest the largest player in the buy sell trade. World for photographers and videography or creative professional's doing that sort of stuff. What does that look like in terms like today right? So as we record this, it's July sixteenth twenty twenty and and obviously if you know your history people this was in the middle of the pandemic, we're currently in the middle of a global pandemic. In, what how does that affect the world of of buy sell trade? Is it a positive effect is negative or is it benign? Question I think. It's been obviously an awful time for all of us and really really challenging for business in general and. It's usually by this many businesses literally having to shot of their Dole's. I think from our points of view and it was fairly similar in the UK to the US. So in the US based in New York because you said earlier in the UK, based art in both the UK and New York went into lockdown around a similar time in March. And that stage. John Sentence for us we we weren't sure if we could remain operating tool at that time and around the balls that were being put in place and things like that, and we run a massive warehouse here in Brighton Beach Warehouse in Brooklyn and so i. I kind of concentration from us, I, guess when this thing came on was the safety of our staff primarily, it was very much a stop first customers this second approach. But I think once we got past those early weeks and got measures in place in warehouses to ensure that everyone was safe and we continue to operate. We've seen is like a really really positive thing in many ways, which is the it's been clear to me watching what's been happening on the platforms that people have been really engaging with photography actually, and we've had loads of new in new engagements and new customers coming onto the platform for the first time. Has Been recent huge growth and not. Someone said to me I guess is that during what's been everyday difficult time during a time where people have had to spend a little time indoors and? Changing the normal habits working from home excetera. I think people have found a lot of comfort and joy in their hobby and turns about passion point and to to to find. Some pleasure really at quite difficult time. So and we're certainly not a net beneficiary of this thing at all. The companies out there like Amazon's. Wouldn't ever say that that was the case walnut to be the case. But we have seen. Huge. In great engagement in a way, is clearly evident. The people have been been quite active with their hobbies. So that's been really really positive and I am going to see and like I say we're very lucky that we've been able to continue to operate to row being an online only business as we all. Say Some Fortune. I suppose dipped in that, which is you know not been the easiest thing to find a late. So yeah, it's it's. You know as as a business as well. I think because we all we've been around since two thousand eleven. So this is all on ninety. We're significant size business. Now, we're lots of people as well and again thank thankful for that because that gives us resilience and helps me I think if it had been if he had hits us when we were a much smaller company ABC's it's a lot more challenging to deal with, but we have. About one hundred people that work here. Now, not helped us in terms of resilience as well and being able. To change the way, we operate to to accommodate things at this time so. Yeah it. Definitely. Definitely a challenging. But definitely. Some positive things in there that we we can be talking about as well? Which is quite
NASA reveals how Perseverance is doing as it hurtles toward Mars
"NASA administrator Jim Brighton, Stein says shortly after it's Thursday morning lift off the Mars rover perseverance went into a safe mode. After a temperature alarm. There was also a communication glitch. We do need Tio No. Fine tune our receiving stations on the ground, but both have been resolved. If all goes well. The rover will land on Mars in February and pick up a rock samples to be retrieved in 2026. China and the United Arab Emirates also have spacecraft and route to Mars after launching last
Makeup for (the Fantasy) Tour!
"Our main feature today will be tool related now every year and Harry go through everything buying at all. You know I love to buy something for tour and we always talk about the makeup. I'm taking on, too. Because there was no tore this year dastardly Colbrad. I thought it would be fun to talk through the things that I would be taking with me the new things because now having been doing this podcast for three years and having been touring forever. It's interesting to see what does and does make it in. That's new and goes out and What stays like what remains? That's really interesting for me. Hopefully, it's GonNa be interesting you, but you think about it as I can is my travel kit, but it's my most important makeup of the whole years tool. Make up an event makeup, so it's a makeup I. Trust the most that I love the most, and I know is the most reliable so my tool. Makeup Kit is always. Big Priority for me. Slap wise, so we're going to look at what's made it into my talk. It my non existent toolkit. That will be major before that we've got loads of new news absolutely bucketloads first up. I know everyone's so excited about this launch is the fantasy skin launch? They have announced their first three items and predictably fantasy skin skincare. We starting with a cleanser. Atone annoys. I mean basic three steps God bless round of keeping it simple. Now. We're going to look at the individual items. We haven't tried these yet. We haven't got our samples yet. They will be launching at the end of this week. So by the time we've tried them. You could have tried them, but let's all stay in touch and discuss as we know, so. We start off with the total cleanser. There's no east as a cleanser, so it's a cleanser to be technical is to in one cleanser makeup remover. Just cleansers. You'd better wash your face. Morning and night y'all this I'm reading directly from INSTAGRAM? Post! This is not my. These are not my feelings. So the ingredients are Baba. Bob Babo Spa. US Jesus. Christ Lindsey rounders from Barbados, but we just cherry an ingredient with antioxidants, each cherry pat with vitamin C. than an orange, but that doesn't really tell you how much fitness is in this product, but anyway it's got vitamin C in there. It's GOT GINGKO BILOBA checking. Never say to control oil and clarify shine green tea again. Rich in antioxidants, fake, a desert, loving fruit that entire oxidants does a lot of antioxidants, and it's got quince in that era. Fruit infused minerals. I mean. I guess quences right, is it? You can get it in the supermarket in jam form. But I don't know so yeah lots of antioxidants. Some vitamin, C in here an cleanser now the one thing I want to point out because this is what you're GonNa, see throughout the range is as a lot of talk of pause. So this is it purifies pause and helps fight shine long after rinsed off I. Don't know how it's doing that I. Don't know how it lands is helping to fight shy long after your off apart from that it's removed any possible oil causing shine when you using it. But we'll see we'll find out step to the skin. Routine is the fat water, poor refining, toner and serum. Fat Water, so it's called fat water, 'cause it's thick, double see, but also I think just thick with a K. would cover it to unique textures. You can pour in Johann to apply. No cottam pads needed so I think rather than this actually being a traditional toner as we would know it. This is actually more of an. It's thick liquid that you porn. Johanna apply directly to your skin, so you don't need to use cotton pads it's it's an essence. Isn't it? Not really a toner? It's alcohol free. That's fantastic. It's a tone of Serum Combo is an essence that targets targets. Pause improves the look of. Sorts Brighton smooth and fights shine, so it's got nice in a might in. We Love Niacin more Baba's Cherry Cool, Australian, Lemon Myrtle and Hazel water interesting, which is all is is a commonly used ingredient. Some people just use which as long its own good see that here Japanese raisin tree to help detoxify. I don't know what Japanese raising tree is. It, isn't it? Isn't it a grapevine? No, it probably is. Maybe there is a tree. I'm going to Google it. I should have done this before I talked to you about it, but I just saw. These posts are set down to record. I thought it was very important news to share with you. Japanese raisin tree to help deflect. I believe you cactus flower to help hydrate and green tea and fig again Richon toxins, so man antioxidants in here which I love the only thing I don't love about this. Think, that's a tone because attorney plus serum I think they're trying to make it sound like something new, and actually just an essence a that's marketing. Sure whatever the poor refining par don't like I. 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Learning to program: The journey of Graham Cluley
"States you learned how to program by buying a magazine of local news and spending hours. Over the weekend, the bore ously type in the basic commands, and this is how I learned how to to program computers, and I loved it, and I started writing computer games for my friends. I actually began to write games which were in a way, a mixture of both. Programming and literature I got into. What's good interactive fiction will will come into the text adventure games, and after awhile I began celebrates text adventure games in those adventure games ended up on the front discs of. Magazines and I would say at the end of them. Look if you really liked the game. Why not send me five or ten quid, and all I'll help you get further in the game or something you map. And then one day. A package arrived on my doorstep from a Guy Code Allen Solomon. Played my games. And my life changed forever. I was misled. And inside the parcel, it had to check the twenty pounds, which is more than I have asked for and a copy of duct. Psalms antivirus talk it and a letter saying if you want a job, let me know. And, so I rang him up. and. I went for an interview and he gave me a job and I was his best effort. Windows program at. So few years I was writing songs, antivirus windows, but what they noticed was that I think actually I was at a particular show where we were launching the product, and I would see the sales people demonstrating my software my creation. I think they're not showing the good bits, and so I said No. You mind if I have a gun. And say they let me have a go on stage. And soon there was a bit of a crowd around as I explained and talk through my magnificent bit maps which are designed. So I think I sort of bullied my way. In time out of the programming department, so I made this great big jump. Over time I became more and more the public face of Dr. Solomon's talking to the press describing what was going on in the world of CYBERCRIME. Writing articles and generally just. do it doing tap dances effectively. And, then one sad day. The company got bought. and. Frankly I think I lost it about six weeks. After period of gardening leaf. I decided to go and join sauce vocal about half the salary, but three times the fun I wasn't involved in any of the programming US office, but I was involved in. The social media activity, and probably the primary thing of all was something which myself and criterion now co hosts a podcast with me smashing security We set up a block code naked security. At the time it was something a bit different to be honest when we launched it, there weren't many technology companies who writing every single day. About what was going on what was going on in terms of threats and trying to explain them in simple language, we were trying to explain these things in a in a way which. An intelligent child would understand because I always felt as being a problem. Where buy nerds speaking to other nerds and I. Don't think that's the solution to the cybersecurity problem I think we have to be able to communicate to everybody. Effectively I. My career now involves Brighton articles. Make Him podcasts and giving public presentations. that that's that's what I do. and. People. Thank! Goodness, interesting. I have to say Oh, how I say it and so they're asking me to keep doing that. I, wish I had gone independent sooner. Has Been An interesting new challenge and I? I wish I'd had the confidence to do that sooner. And to carve my own career is all kinds of changes because I'm basically a one man company Naum. Things like. Network. So much more important. That used to be I'm naturally quite introverted. If you've. If, I. Don't know you I'm quite quiet and shy in off high all hanging out in the kitchen or something I definitely let parties and things that he likes to be around. I'm good with the people I. Know, but I'm not good with he I time. And so I find myself events now and I push myself and say. Okay I. Don't know anybody here. Maybe, I should just go and chat to someone. Is Still. Twelve year old computer programmer inside me. It feels a little bit scared about doing that sometimes, but you know. Sometimes.
West Nile Virus Detected In Boston Mosquitoes For First Time This Year
"That's 6 46 this just into the W B Z newsroom. BOSTON public health officials say. West Nile virus has been found in mosquitoes collected from Boston's Brighton neighborhood. This is the first time this year the virus has been found in the city's limits to mosquito samples from nearby Belmont tested positive last week for West Nile. So far, there have not been any reported cases of either West Nile virus, or Tripoli. Eastern equine encephalitis Inhumans here in Massachusetts. Now in 2019 there were no human cases of West Nile and Boston. But back in 2018 7 people in Boston were diagnosed with West Nile. So again from Boston Public Health tonight. West Nile
Duncan Hamilton: This Guy Won Le Man DRUNK
"Yeah. Man I just want a baby out of the way right now in no way. At all condoning. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs or anything? Else Dude in your house. Have a good time. Stay stay off the streets. Drive in fours or Yet sure, go ahead. That being said. We all think that this is hilarious. Honestly, please do not drink and drive. Yeah, lot of senseless accidents and needless pain is caused because of it do not do it. So doing drive, we are not condoning drinking driving This is a hilarious story. We wanted to take a break from some of the heavier subjects that we've been covering recently seems like there's been a lot of deaths a lot of. Yeah we. From hells, angels, the most violent story I've ever read. Into Center, which is the most? It was both optimistic, but also heartbreaking story ever so the last two months now have been pretty taxing on the old mental health there, so we just wanted to have a little breather. Cool and we hope that you guys enjoy it. That being said Nolan Halloween jump into the story of James Drunken. Dunkin Hamilton yes, but before that. Let me just introduce welcome to pass gas everybody. You drive yeah. Yeah let me drive. I'm good. My name is known Sykes. I'm joined as always by my two co hosts and good friends James Humphrey. And Joe Ever. Fired Our baby more power maybe. Lightning. Let's get ending lightning. James Duncan House and was born on April Thirtieth nineteen twenty in Cork Ireland. At the age of six, he and his family moved to west London. Anyone who knew James or Dunkin as he would be known, would tell you how the only thing that complemented his colorful and outgoing personality was his extraordinary talent for most things he was just one of those guys, those good at everything. That's actually the case for most James's I have heard that just really good kissers playing guitar awesome at skateboarding. great drawers especially graffiti street art. Are you at the Grill? However have great grill master perfectly. Your meat game is pretty strong meat game strong although I. don't eat a lot of meat these days. Can you serve? In Surf, I can hang glider paraglider pretty much. Do all the glides I can heidrick lied. I know how to allied. Our The. Car Joke. This is a car podcast. Anyway Hamilton was sent to Brighton College at the age of thirteen. His father sent him to the Aeronautical School, which was in the next town over from where they lived. Dunkin tried to convince his parents that he needed a car, but they objected out of fear of him driving on the open road at age thirteen
Daytime Emmys: 'The Young and the Restless' wins best drama
"The young and the restless won best drama at the first virtual daytime Emmys on Friday night while taking home some additional awards and someone who's speaking out about racial injustice Ellen DeGeneres accepted the award for best entertainment talk show intend to use the next two years of my shows a platform for change to amplify the voices of black people and people of color and educate my audience Brighton James from the young and the restless won for best Supporting Actor world is fighting against racial injustice and it is our responsibility as the human race to educate ourselves to take action on Japanese Alex Trebek who was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer last year noted it was his seventh win out of thirty two nominations for best game show who can say with some degree of authority that winning it's nicer because of the coronavirus nominees presenters and hosts checked in remotely I'm Julie Walker
Lavender, Love and Pasta! twitter
"The deck of his cobblestone home with family the. The Sun is out over the horizon covered in white fluffy clouds, yet it's rays shine through and Brighton the entire day. It's bright as a baby. Blue Sky Meshes with the scenery in perfect harmony, towering mountains, filled with green trees, and other vegetation stand tall in the distance with pride at the farm, a light breeze sways these purple plants back, and forth to and fro with ease, creating a symphony of nature, true and pure echoing through the countryside. Lovely scent of these violent shoot plans travels with the wind. The traveling fragrance seems to spread a feeling of calm and love. This is a moment sure to last forever in the minds of all present. What is this lovely herb? If. You guess lavender than you're correct. LAVENDER is one of the most widely recognized plants and herbs. The world known for its stunning appearance breath taking sent. It has gained a loyal following of admirers throughout time in Shakespeare's winter's tale. He writes hot lavender men's. Marjoram, the marigold that goes to bed with the sun, and with him rises weeping. These are flowers of middle summer, and I think they're given to men of middle aged lavender, Israeli plant with an influence on cuisine, medicine, the Arts Romance and culture. With better topic for this segment. Leonardo DAVINCI's own recipe for making a fragrance is to make
What's Wrong With Arsenal?
"We start in the premier league when the government were trying to get things back to normal with regards to football winning, and they said it would lift the morale of the nation. Nation not if you're an arsenal fan, another defeat today heads a discussion Juliana wrong. Frank leboeuf and Stevie Nickel Stephen of that defeat against city. I thought Ryan Okay. You know it's a tough game since you're a good team. They're going to bounce back now against Brighton side. Who let's not forget haven't won a game this year yet. Go on to lose by two goals to one. What happened. What happened is what's been happening. Over the last. Three years. Maybe even longer you know, the The Times can do some good things I mean. pepys goal for example. Just a piece of individual brilliance, but unfortunately you only ever see it again and that kind of what asked Noah if he had to that another waffle defensive performance. I mean this team has nobody can even send danger the goal from the corners ridiculous to V one nobody nobody even notices to be one, and then, of course it's the second ball is well. It's the same old problems for us. No. Because it's the same team. It's the same players and until that changes you can expect NFL. Well the unexpected because we know what you're going to get from Oslo isn't changing. I didn't think it was going to change that much an game against Brighton and I don't see ginger much for the rest of the season of. The players they had outlet. Today should be good enough to Brighton. Yes, I think so I think. Did it well in a way that they I think doing eighty. The game and they are changes The across ball and and Ryan meets a made some good saves, but. I think we have to review the expectation that we have on the on the governor's. We keep the track on Moody Wear and not who they are, and and the club is not where it used to be, and those players were in on the field, and not the players that we used to see, and it's clear that A. Lack of consistency, there is a lack of performances defensively. It's quite a nightmare, and when you used to have fantastic players, international worldwide players at the the stadium and before Highbury, you want to see the same thing, but these are not the same players, and also is not the same the same team that he used to be and we. We saw that today where the can't keep a score. The of our time to school. Keep it and then at the end the surprise with with another another one two very good one, too, but like of. Mocking lack of course and tradition to even just drew a game against Brighton. That's welcoming, asked him apologists now to the shows Yuliana Ron Joel's. How'd you spend this? Like well like the boys of just said I think there's a there's a lack of efficiency in both books Tuesday's quite. Outstanding really when you think about the they they an I've been three ended up with the psycho. He teamed across bond in like two big chances, the first one brought by Deng and the second one stop by by Ryan and obviously has a big impact on the game. And then when you see the concede, because oftentimes right at the end is acceptable the where you can see the two goals, the first one on, said the second one by the end, which of course move really demi into one two, and and there's a lack of leadership again is quite. Quite important that team has been for years, but again you see these time, and you know what you even more when you can hear the players King, because you also game tonight like on Wednesday night and if you, if you don't put the fake nose up from the crowd, and she just listened to the players you can tell there's no. There's no leading that on the defensive said there's no one. Shall we taking one him who to mark where to go what to do, and nothing of the ship is a big problem as well. Isn't that something that? Could've addressed earliest TV is. Going right, this is what we're going to do for set pieces. This is your role. He's got to be at four in these sort of situation surely. Unfortunately down. You don't understand the mentality of your professional football. Just because you tell somebody with the and the situation doesn't mean the do when my most and that is. The first goal is a classic example because. Every single coach will will. Do set pc's against, and you will organize if they have to men. We will organize the one that will be to begin with. And then the second one will be told he has to go. So. Basically you rely on on players Dune as they're
Pennsylvania's Brighton Rehab Center Facing Federal Fines
"More than sixty two thousand dollars in fines against Brighton rehab and wellness center in Beaver County we're AT residents have died from Kobe in nineteen KDKA radio's Jody Steele reports of fines come from the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services which conducted a three day inspection of the home in the middle of may U. S. congressman Conor lamb had requested the investigation I C. M. S. official sites problems with infection control a statement from Brighton says in part we remain committed to working hand in hand with all local state and federal authorities the state has hired a temporary manager to assistant
"brighton" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"You're listening to episode three ten. And I'm your host Britney Martin. I'm now starting to report on the series of wonderful people that I got to meet and Harris. Rb FIRST UP. Is Andy Crawl Antea? Cto At coverage book an answer the public he's a Rubio's conference organizer of Brighton. Ruby and author Speaker bootstrap and swim. Dad Thanks for joining me today. Andy thanks for having me absolutely Andy. What is your developer origin? Story overseeing story Roy so I have somewhat a classical nerd background Computers as a small child and then computer science at university and then I took a job. The I thought was technical but absolutely wasn't did four years of HR and communications for a big Tech Company. And then I was getting super frustrated with that all the time I sort of kept up making websites for various stuff. And I I quit that job to re skill into the website side of things and I started out in the front end of html CSS. And I discovered I discovered David Hammer. Hanson's make good fifteen minutes video and base count and thirty seventeen all around the same time in about two thousand seven and I've been doing re be rails ever since so you kind of touched upon it but what is your specific experience with. Ruby on rails. Well it's basically my entire career for the last decade and a bit which me and my niece feel old Yeah so was experience Bill. Various things like my own stuff Currently working with a team in Brighton in the UK on Coverage Book and onto the public which are two entirely separate SAS businesses. Run by technical team of three and a wider team of nine And we have two three thousand customers and we support the more with With two three mainly two or three rails APPs and lots of other stuff around the edges of the press. Cite JEKYLL Yeah so lots and lots of Ruby on rails pretty much. Have you ever deviated from Ruby and Ruby on rails? Have you tried other technical stacks or you pretty focused on rails? Have I strayed I have played a little bit with stuff. Of course all of us have to write Java scrip- whether we want to or not mostly not depending on whether I'm maintaining my own Java scrip- from Herman years ago. Yeah pretty much. I do a lot of fun work in our team as well so we a designer on team and he does some front end But I'm more focused on the performance and technical sides of those things I recently have built a wordpress blog for us for for marketing team re platforming from medium. An idea that was an entertaining exercise in the stuff I used to do was just doing front end. I just wanted to make websites and that was always the bt of Ruby handrails for me will very much finding a thing where I could make the compete to do what I wanted and then may have nice as well so yeah I. I've done a bit but mostly I try and work on problems that ruby on rails is a good fitful so I'm not building chat clones on building super high traffic Things that twitter or facebook scale so for that world any framework in larval in. Php or genuine python is great. I just happen to like Ruby. So that's where I've landed. That's fantastic and we're so lucky to have you in our community so not only. Are you ruby developer? You are also quite the conference organizer. And I'd love to hear the origin behind Brighton. Ruby Ross. Brian wins. It starts. It starts in two thousand nine. I lived in Singapore for six. My sort of initial ruby on rails stuff was in the Singapore community. I worked for a couple of startups out there including one where I raise money and travel startup up for myself and it was about two thousand and nine and we were having Christmas Ruby. Meet up and I was sort of at that time. There were loads of sort of regional conference in the US. Singapore's on the wrong side of the world to get to the US for a conference and so in Japan had guy. I'm always so I said to the set of the around. We should definitely do a conference. Rooms I yeah and do you. Totally should do a conference and I said well should we get to come and they will. He should invite Matt's. I mean Japan's not that far away and so emailed mats and then go back to me and said he would come and so it's his fault because then had to organize fronts. I told him this parable when I saw him again. And he said you used the word fault so that was great so I run that For two or three years and and then when I go back to the UK. I moved to Brighton. Sodium or live in London anymore. I moved to Brighton and decided a quick way to meet people doing the sort of work that I would be interested in getting a job in would be to Paula. White conference organizing inverted commas expertise into having an event in Brighton. So I put on something for one hundred something people the first year and And that was seven years ago and the sort of working out right I think. Wow that's amazing. So how many years is Brighton Ruby? Being going on then so I almost two thousand and fourteen just footing. Yes he doesn't fourteen. So yeah we're we're in the seventh year of Organisation of conferences. Although things have not exactly to plan the Yes yes. So speaking of a topic that cannot be avoided due to cove in nineteen. You had to cancel the in person experience for Brighton. Ruby twenty twenty. So could you please walk me through that decision so I may not really have been paying attention very much? I woke up a couple of weeks ago having sort of open the CFP about a month ago they papers have a proportion of invited speakers so Gemini. I invite the normal speakers the of this because I've seen speak elsewhere. Who would like to get over or repeats because we'd like to have back and then open a cough papers to have people to submit their talks and get new people into the into the speaking game as as it were well into that reviewing talks was my kids were sports thing on the on the Saturday morning and I woke up in the morning afterwards and went. Oh Oh I might have to deal with this. This is this is genuinely a thing. Isn't it And this is probably beginning of March time So yeah like it was suddenly. Oh I'm going to have to deal with this. What am I going to do And that was my first sort of paralyzing thought and I should have thought about that for bit And then I got in touch with the sponsors and the speakers and said just let you know I'm aware of this. I don't know I'm doing it. Let's see what happens as we know. Speaking today stuff has happened. Lots of stuff has been cancelled if the morning. I canceled Brian. Ruby rails also counseled and apple came out with ww DC being counseled so I was in good company that Friday But yeah all I did. I had sort of I sort of knew two or three days before and I turned ticket sales off a couple of days before that whilst I should've rounded the wagons and worked out what the hell it was always going to do because I didn't want to. Just go cancel it and not have a plan. I'd like to have a plan. I run Brighton Ruby. Entirely by myself. we'll see some help on the day the venue have always been really great But yeah it's it's very much a solo effort so I needed to sort of bounce ideas off the people who I normally bounce ideas off friends of mine like Tekken and Nadia and the and the sponsors work at what what it was. I was going to do. Yeah so what I'm GonNa do is I'm I'm having a a not a conference or a alternative conference or we'd conference I am not a fan of online events. Typically particularly the kind where I ended up having to run another massive slack or where you have to be in position at a certain time. So that's great. I personally don't like that. I feel like a big part of. Brian is the in person stuff in the hallway. Tracking was obviously the talks. Great there is an element of coming together and community spirit and see. That can't happen this year so I've focused a little bit more on the content side of things so I'm going to play this with all the speakers so they're going to do versions of their talks as videos which we will then sell and There's also the swag I was going to do was a so. I'm working with my friend. Who Works Works for Book Publishing Technology Company and we all reprinting a paperback of wise pointing to Ruby which for long-term Ruby s will fill the joy and for new. Rubio's to Maitland. Go what but it was so I'd like to do with my swagger for you. I'd like to have a surprise said lost. It was like a reusable coffee cups so I said I didn't. I ordered four hundred coffee cups and this year. I'm going to get hundreds of books printed so that's fine so we're going to print a copy of this book and sit down the Post and then so the the talks will come out. The book will be posted to you and then they'll be an opportunity for people to ask questions of the speakers and then I'm GonNa do what you're doing now? Which is politely. Be Quiet even though. You probably won't jumping all the time and listen to what the speakers have to say about questions from the audience or questions that life go about that talks about them. In general so yeah. I'm going to competition with Uber. And he's sorry. No that's great. I have so many follow ups on that number one. I absolutely want to one of those books so soon as those are available. I'm definitely purchasing one. Because you're right. You're going to delight the Ruby community over that one so quite clever second. I just wanted to make it clear. So essentially you're GONNA have the speakers record their talks you'll probably review them and make sure that they're all in a similar type format and then you know audience members will be able to purchase them and be able to interact with the speakers. Yeah so I mean three me. I'm I'm a benevolent dictator when it comes to my conference so we don't have any questions or Brian Ruby. Because there's always the person who puts the hand up stands up and says this is not really a question more common really which is not really the point so we've always had the speakers hanging around if you WanNa talk about the stuff they've talked about. Please feel free and sort of replace that Pau conference experience. I'M GONNA I'm gonNA release the videos ahead of time. So they'll be released probably early June his plan right now and then we will do the podcast starting to be released in July around the time that the conference would have been otherwise so they'll be like a month for people to watch some were at their leisure the videos. And then there'll be a sort of a private podcast where I do the interviews with the people and find out you know. Expand their thoughts or get into a particular area And hopefully that will replicate some of that feeling of interaction. Now that's all an excellent idea and absolutely I want more people to compete with me because the more ruby content out there the better though. I think you've touched upon this before. But Brighton Ruby is an all about ruby correct absolutely. It's it's it's it's Brian Ruby. Say Very much does what it says on the ten But it's I think this is the thing about ruby conferences in general and suddenly the The wider community. There was a lot of what I'm looking for. Ruby.
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brighton Hey Ellen welcome your next to the ring central nice alkaline Hey thank you very much I don't know if anyone's address this point because I wasn't able start listening at the beginning of your show but a couple things I think some number of people who refuse vaccines may not be aware of one thing is that people who refuse vaccines are only safe because so many other people are vaccinated heard the herd mentality in unity right so that's one thing and the other thing and on this I speak from personal experience the winter of twenty eighteen twenty seventeen and possibly twenty sixteen I don't remember exactly I had switched certainly for two years in a row I had I got the flu one year I had the flu shot and document and got the flu anyway any of the year I hadn't but in both cases it progressed to pneumonia serious serious medical problem yep so it progression ammonia and one of the things one of my doctor said to me was you know people don't die from the flu people die from pneumonia even like the great Spanish flu pandemic in nineteen eighteen those people didn't all died because they had the flu it progressed in ammonia and accidents were killed but I think a lot of people who are refusing the vaccines aren't aware of but that's still when I think about it that's a misleading so I mean you is accurate but is misleading meaning if the flu has the potential to go to pneumonia which can kill people and I think kills more people than we realize particularly the elderly did you wanna stay away from the flow unassuming despite your mixed X. set of experiences you still take a flu shot every year I still I still do I still do but I think some people aren't aware that it's possible for the flu to progress no doubt about that in the flu in itself is a miserable experience it is it is a miserable experience and at the menu was worse no doubt about that thank you Ellen appreciate thank you let that you're survived and you are doing thank you that's good down the plane bill I know we're playing bill is going to talk with a lineup aligning you are what beautiful name you are next in the ring central US I call on the line how are you I'm good how are you doing just great what's your thought on this subject thanks to be honest with you but I do believe that people should have a choice in terms of but if they have a choice I do believe that people should there should be some sort of licensing requirements and terms and like continual education I have a son good music and it completely compromised and when we ran our doctors history it triggered back to back I don't think he was vaccine injured by any means but I think it was back each record in terms of how our time line that up so far Hammond vaccines won't really work the way that they're supposed to do because to the new system is not working the way that hope no limit let me ask for so how old is your son alone he's bad nine and ten okay are you saying that did since birth he's had a problem with we have with the efficiency of vaccines are you saying something happened subsequent into his birth that now makes compromises his system is compromised regarding that exceeds I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm not sure I put you on the spot a mask in an honest curious question I'd awaited his vaccines I'd at at the time I was a hundred and ten percent on board with vaccines I thought the people that were against vaccine for like the crazy cult kind of people however I did understand that in my research that delayed schedule made sense as he got older when he was five doing the delayed schedule wasn't at what that helping and I didn't see any adverse effect with the delayed schedule so I bottom in first appointment and they gave I think it was about four shot all at once which typically I would have done the lady but I felt like he was five and we were good unfortunately that kind of came in that we back test on the site how do you think did you made a mistake in delaying hit the onset of his inoculations his vaccinations no I don't believe I made a mistake we still did it within a required time I worked with his pediatrician on it but we just didn't do it you know like all of them at one right yeah and I'm not trying to put you on the spot here I'm just trying to understand do you feel any conscience paintings at this point to say Gee I wish I got him thanks in either earlier because it sounds to me like you're saying that the fact that the vaccinations were delayed now have has because some complications going forward I should've been more specific I he had his ad in vaccination like his one year I can have them throughout that the five year if they were to be out because you have to there are multiple one that you have to get that I don't have a record out in front of me well I don't know I'm so I know exactly I had kids if you can't get a mall one day you got to go to space them out okay so yeah you know what like he got like five in one like at three months he still had as you got what I'll whatever shy he had them at four months we went and got another shot and hello so tell me how you guys are good for you confuse me so therefore he now is five and you think that he's got a problem with the efficacy of the efficiency of vaccinations is that what you're telling me so because we delayed them his first like three years space them out I should say not to leave them the space them out I thought you know at that time because he was getting he was he seemed fine that we could do all four at one and there would be no issue that makes sense I think it does I think I think I finally got it a lot of thank you very much appreciate your call wait wait can I just say one one thing I'm going to be quite yes so I just believe that if people keep that open minded that not everyone has a new system that functioned properly the bat it's not that we're in a creepy cult because I can see how they can help others but it's just that some individuals that have genetic issues have chronic autoimmune diseases and things like that those are the those of the population the people that have a hard time with the vaccine all right here while I got it thank you a lot of pre sheet you call good night eight six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty I think I understand what she was saying I'm not exactly sure feel free to join the conversation and help me out if you or someone who is skeptical of vaccinations feel free if you or someone like me who believes in vaccinations and I do believe in vaccinations I I don't have any real medical statistical information to share with you to try to persuade you or convention I just think it's common sense if we have medical breakthroughs that in countries around the world with there are no vaccines available people died of a lot of the diseases we don't have to worry about mmhm am I being overly simplistic six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine to thirty from trying to get through dialing now got a couple of lines for the first time in the first ninety minutes of the show back on night side right after this nice site with Dan.
"brighton" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"But it was only a matter of time. Violet who was a sex worker was noticeably absent from the neighborhood where she often picked up clients and bright and police were still searching for the killer of the unidentified woman of the first trunk murder. They they thought this could be a lead. The authorities brought Tony for questioning but he adamantly denied that the dead woman in question could be violet violet. He assured them that violet had left him for a job in Paris additionally he reminded them that violet was forty two the unidentified densify woman was around. Twenty five and pregnant Tony was released and the police doggedly continued their search door to door. Investigations began. Canvassing homes individually was time intensive but they had no leads when the police knocked on the door of fifty two Kemp Street. In June there was no reply but a painter working on the blog had complained of a putrid stench wafting from the building. They forced their way in and found a black leather trunk. The trunk was covered with cloth off serving as a makeshift coffee table. However the smell was undeniably emanating from the table and the pool love unidentified liquid seeping from the trunks bottom? They opened the trunk to find the body of Violet K. The headline I got away with murder. went out to the world but man Cini died soon after and the case was never reopened. Still the confession did reignite a more general public interest in the trunk murders it added fuel brightens unfortunate nickname. The Queen of slaughtering places borsen wells created his own dramatic. Take on the crime for a radio broadcast passed in nineteen fifty one and the nineteen ninety three play trunks borrowed from the incident as well the narrative embellishments of the Brighton Trunk Trunk Martyrs. Though often bypass one sad fact the identity of the first woman whose remains were split between the two trucks expound in railway stations was never determined. Her killer was never found. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson today. In true crime is a podcast original. You can find more episodes of up today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only does spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today and true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today today in true crime on spotify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in True Crime. Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original it is executive produced by Max Cutler sound designed by Andy Weights with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Carly Madden this episode of today. In True Crime I am was written by Mackenzie more with writing. Assistance by Abigail Cannon and Maggie Admire. I'm Vanessa Richardson..
"brighton" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"An uphill battle. Welcome to today in true crime. Apar- cast original due to the graphic big nature of today's crimes listener. Discretion is advised extreme. Caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. Today we're covering the trial oil of Tony. Men Cini a twenty six year old Brighton. Man who was charged with killing his lover. Investigators found her decomposing being body in his luggage trunk which he was using as a coffee table months go back to mid morning on December tenth nineteen thirty four as Tony Men Chigney arrived at the Lewes assizes courthouse. Norman Birkett waited at the door for his client looking for a Lanky man with sunken eyes. Finally men Cheaney appeared his dark hair slicked back. The combination of the hair and downturns snarl made man. Cini appear rather smug especially usually for someone about to be tried for the gruesome incident known as the Second Brighton. Trunk murder. Tony Man Cini didn't care her he would stand by his story. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time a petty criminal with a slew of charges on his record and little little money to his name. Men Cini was lucky to have Norman Birkett backing his claims. A distinguished attorney and politician Birkett would go on to serve as an alternate British judge during the Nurenberg trials. Despite his skill burke had his work cut out for him with men Cheaney's case case. All of Brighton was already convinced that his client was guilty. The crime had become all too familiar earlier that summer and unidentified dismembered woman had been packed into two separate luggage trunks. The appearance of the trunks was ghastly and unexpected. They seemed to proliferate out of thin air in the Brighton and King's cross railway stations in June soon of nineteen thirty four now. The two crimes were indelibly linked at least in the minds of the public. The likelihood of two two different murderers with a penchant for packing their victims into trunks seemed unbelievable. But Burke it was willing to wager that he had enough of evidence to prove his client was only guilty of one thing hiding violets body that meant convincing wincing the jury that someone else killed. Her Burkett had a good idea of how to do this. He just had to prove violet. Well it was a drug user and that her drug usage had killed her. The facts did suggest that violet. Use Drugs Up. Pathologist confirmed firm that there were high levels of morphine in her body at the time of death. This was the perfect setup. Burkett argued that the steps ups of Man Chaney and Violets Forty Four Park Crescent apartment were steep enough to kill someone had she fallen while on drugs yes he admitted there was no skirting the fact that men Cini took violets dead body. Put it in a trunk and kept it in his apartment for six months. But Burke emphasized his clients rattled emotional state when he found violence body. He was overwhelmed. He panicked still. The prosecution demanded to know why man Cheney didn't call the authorities and and six months was a long time to live with a rotting body. Men Cini explained where the police are concerned. A man who's he's got convictions. Never get square deal. He simply didn't trust the authorities not to turn the case around on him so mentioned he said had he packed violets body into a trunk and then when he moved a few days later paid a handyman to help him move the trunk to bolster the idea that man Cini was simply a suspicious. Perhaps dimwitted man rather than a murderer. Birket pointed out to the the jury that the close Manfredini was wearing when he moved violet were purchased after she was dead he clearly moved her. Yes but only after she died and there was absolutely no evidence that he committed murder. Burke had hoped this evidence was enough to corroborate robbery. Men Cini story but the jury didn't look quite convinced coming up we'll see what verdict verdict the jury had in store for. Tony Manfredini today in true crime is supported by better it or help online counseling people often portray their happiest self to others. Whether it's at work or on social media we often make it appear that we have everything figured out but a lot of times. We don't I know that I don't and if you're like me it's not always easy to ask for help and find counseling. This this is where better help can help you. Better help offers. Licensed counselors who specialize in a variety of issues including depression and anxiety as well as trauma trauma anger family relationships and so many others and if finding a counselor that lives close to you has been an issue better. Help allows you to connect privately league with your counselor through text chat phone and video calls. 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Tony Men Cheney's trial the trunk murders seemed and to sink into brightens sorted past but the first trunk murder remained especially haunting though it was deemed unrelated to that of Violet K.. Hey neither that woman nor her killer were ever identified. The crime quietly crept out of public discussion. But but in nineteen seventy six. It was brought back to center stage. Tony Man Chaney was sixty eight and in ill health. He decided needed. It was time to tell his story. He sat down with British tabloid news of the world and sparing. No detail men. Men Cini described. Exactly what had happened that day in May of nineteen thirty four violent had confronted fronted. Him while he was at work at the Skylark cafe. The argument escalated and Violet accused Tony of cheating on her. She stormed armed off. Witnesses suggest she may have been drunk at the time that evening. The mood remained tense. When Tony returned home to the apartment they shared at forty four Park Crescent Violet and Tony bickered fiercely reigniting their earlier? Row Violet again demanded an explanation from Tony about whether or not he was seeing young waitress at the cafe. He fired back calling her jealous jealous. The two came to blows when violet picked up a hammer near the fireplace. She threatened Tony with it. He charged towards her her. The two struggled finally Tony. Pride the weapon out of her hands unwilling to stop their K.. Demanded the hammer back taking her words literally man Cini through it. The hammer collided with violets temple and killed her instantly. It was here. That man Cheney's account to the news of the world. Reporter began to match the story. He had told the court room forty years before he packed violets body into the luggage trunk then waited a few days until he was able to move apartments next. He hired a handyman to help him transport the trunk. The two men wield the massive case out the back of forty four park crescent to a new apartment at fifty two Kemp Street about a fifteen minute walk man Cini stowed the trunk and tried to lay low.
"brighton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Hello and welcome to food neighborhood so monocle twenty four. Am Marcus beep all various locals who love for their food entering offerings and in this series. We'd get to know these places this week. We had to Brighton that the British coastline to explore all the hidden coronary gems that the city has to offer from the finest coastal fish to the latest implants based dining. Our Guide is Monaco's Nicole's Naomi Potter since reign of the Georgian kings in the UK brightens seaside haven for busy city dwellers the coastal I was prescribed sixteenth century doctors to cure all Manza bills Asked was drinking from the local sea water which was seen to be mineral rich purifying. Fortunately in the twenty first century it's no longer invoked consume consume salty. Seawater this is by no means however left Brighton without an array of noteworthy nourishment in the Present Day today Brighton is brimming coming with vibrancy and style this unmistakable. From the moment you touched on in the city and it follows you all the way to the dining table. Marwood is a prime prime example of this vibrant culture. The place seems somewhat modest from the outside of the old fashioned unassuming exterior which is well intruding tucked in the corner and otherwise ordinary shopping street inside however the place is alive with character and vibrancy the wolves were doomed with nine thousand nine hundred memorabilia and outlandish bowed decoration. What is more? The establishment is ideal for both early birds and night-owls doubling opposite breakfast. Brunch spots An lively late night bar in the early hours stop by smashing sandwiches and award-winning coffee. That menu includes delicious Vegan to capture with a generous serving a beetroot Chutney and HAMAS if brunch cools for sweetser offerings. The cafe also does a vast array of stunning homemade cakes and biscuits. If you're calling in the evening with friends and head on down Tuesday Saturday for the late night drinks from Ma wits menu cocktails in premium Biz on on Friday. The ball has local deejays making it the perfect location for collecting together group before or after Tgif celebrations those looking to Brighton. As a form of escape from that busy urban lights will be glad to hear that. It's not only the stunning seaside. which brings you closer to nature? The city's food culture is thriving with sustainable and locally oriented restaurants and cafes among them kindling a Newbie to the Brighton. Food scene opening opening stores this year. The restaurant uses primarily plant based recipes caters to an omnivore diet it ensures that creates big flavors with smooth smooth locally oriented carbon footprint. Or if you're looking for a more casual sport after a morning shopping trip in the second hand bric-a-brac stores pop into the nearby. Pulitzer this plant based cafe serves Italian classics sons Cao experts and Vegan cooking and catering to a wide range of dodger. Needs is this eco. Friendly establishment is well worth giving a guy. Come evening time you might be inclined to visit the cities many spots for fine wine and excellent dining. If this case I have some surefire tips fee wildflower setup by the friendly Culinary Trio James Fe and rob takes pride in its extensive Sherry selection and traditional Ala carte menu. Enjoy their exceptional fish dishes in this warm welcoming restaurant deficit deficit of macro with watercress and beetroot is not PSOMAS. If small played some wine is more to your taste than head down to plateau on bothell amuse this this cozy yet. Contemporary Wyandotte takes pride in its wide selection of natural winds and offers enough food on their small plates menu to keep you fully satisfied. The establishment provides locally sourced meat and fish as well as vegetarian. Dishes from local biofilms Pat the signature of at stake in in Granada potatoes with one of that organic capital Knife Franck. And if at the end of your visit Brighton you just can't get enough plateau provides well-designed takeaway books St to.
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pot of what is today? Brighton became known as Allston because of the post office it was day for Washington Allston the great painter of the nineteenth century, but Allston Brighton are two contiguous neighborhoods now somewhat separate but equal under the auspices of Brighton of eighteen o seven, but you realize subways that adjacent to the city of Boston, especially on Kabulov avenue. It reaches all the way to the Newton border. And in that aspect today. It is a place that has every demographic every age group. It has wonderful students from various universities, both as undergraduate graduate students and a wonderful overlay of people that have called Brighton. Allston home for decades. And there's an area called LA lower Allston. Rocks was called LA rock city lower Austin because a lot of bands. That's right live there. One observation doesn't you can follow up. If you like so the. It was a cattle area even before the railroads came. And I thought maybe there's a Cadillac area because of the railroad. But no, it must have been a place that was on the trail where they would drive the cattle from somewhere else. Well, they did. And they were market days. In the surprising thing is Brighton centers today, thriving thoroughfare. It's Washington street chestnut hill avenue and market street and the name market street came from the cattle market, and what is today roughly the site of.
"brighton" Discussed on Channel 955
"Five i'm jeremy andrea and brighton requesting this one it's new logic marshmallow every day our our day rolette set a spa venereal israel they dude used to be like i don't know no no no wherever i go but now i don't know if you've been working back me to delina really good that at all our every day our they say i'll see was changing and a bunch of this mansion because she got daddy issues for days days and days but today do her with you so we go around and china live ma.
"brighton" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Smoke costs money it does and so do black trench trenchcoats yes they do so maybe there's only couple left in the collection and they can't waste on i mean you know as if he's i think that knowing vinci's probably thinking okay people are going to buy this show either way and the teas of seeing that coming in week after week whereas your no response whereas everyone knows even they don't know that undertakers come out get your big andrew and that sort of thing undertake your versus what do you think if anyone thinks that this match is not going to happen the hell is wrong with you them the the we've got some land side we got a bridge and brighton we own the brighton bridge we do we do we both don't want to buy the original celsius yeah i've lost my played to concludes a you bought the rights the brian bridge i have no idea where the brian bridge is it's it's expensive when we bought it we're basically saying listen guys from what i know and with jack slade knows which is lawsuits ninety nine percent on my part there will be seen digger and to me who's gonna win jack what do you think this is the interesting part because neither needs a win i have a theory okay hit me undertaker's should not lose it wrestlemainia every gun he the streak is done he lost brock he lost the roman yes he does not need to lose in johnston cnn right now he's about to become muster the next rock but listen we know he's got blockers he's a star he's in duke nukem in is in the new transformers sina is going to lose as he should because at this point if undertaker's going to be affective as reformer he should never lose again ever it yeah yeah he lost his match any lost his other one to the era parents to the the prodigal son of roman reigns after that he should be everybody if he's going to continue wrestling my opinion take your beat seen a in a in a mass filled with a thousand foles finishes.
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In brighton its mike in brighton how you doing mike hey how are you great i am actually right outside your window doing the lack and what you yeah ever see new driving around all i live in a wave anti i can see you now yeah how you doing pretty good now are you uh add a third party a you were hired gun i piled for french construction out to belmont uh for uh the french company great company to work iraq cou so hard at work or a habit so what is your assessment of our parking lot has a doing doing good heavy snow attracts pushing good and i ran through some why is on reader alias them down why is with them wildland really treat you went through some down wires like telephone cable why is a uh drooping down from the wet snow there are already on the ground but all right i'll ethics and we're not everything going good well thanks for keeping the parking lot looking great you got it all right take care mike in brighton whose when he says brightness in our parking lot steven tewksbury hello how you doing low guy steve hey what's up not much howarth things it took spree uh i'm a coupes berries like white out my our growth gotta to go to have it to work this morning so i just got off the phone with her as you said it's a mess some over here and met been ploughing for the city and uh facet you clean of street goran larut come back that's bar it's all slowed in again i'm excited you get some fire i think we've got a good eight inches of butter out here heavy you know it's it's wet that's like great for make them slow man that's.
"brighton" Discussed on ESPORTS
"So young and in brighton ongoing games pr so it's a huge it's a huge deal right now in the case of gambling i could see that being a a big topic of discussion is how does this look for us and i think it's just generally silly and i think that some of these companies need a mature anyway because they are these big conglomerates that are on by ten cent an activation and all these huge companies lilic they're not gonna get cut off tomorrow because somebody wrote a stories way pass that point at at this point we're not trying to raise like a startup anymore so i am thinking that there will definitely be a lot of a lot of discussion around how does this make us look because they still haven't moved past the optics of how things look for them rather than necessarily it doesn't matter anymore um so i think that's a huge discussion is like if we allow people to bed only legends or overwatch how does that make us look and some people will care more than others think some people might just be hands off like ralf we'll see um curious will they have to do after their whole crusade against illegal gambling sites ray i should give some contacts for that first i am so really quickly to summarize ed so in 2016 there is a lawsuit filed by a player against the owners of all these gambling websites and foul for being complicit in allowing these young kids to gamble on st esco skins and after that foul sent a ceaseanddesist letter to a lot of these websites telling them shut down their operation.
"brighton" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"Now brighton and after the course i went up to twenty nine in every year i have risen higher and higher this year i completed thirty eight bucks grand new record for me yeah and my wife and i are both involved with the book club where you and i met yet as so many years ago in its new location in la by the way if you're in la feel free to join our book club we we have it up on facebook alike i'm there but i'm not usually they're you processed you should join us we read good books carry salary now do you ever read by political books i really love like a political book you know i've never really told anybody this but not now the biggest fan of the political folks i say that as i just started firing and fury enjoying it already i do recommends unbelievable by katie tear i have read good political books this is a running jump between carry an eye early in our friendship rostov me like five times he told me that he didn't like political bucks an forgot each time they told me in pilots like hey you know tell me political so now i make a point to tell her that he too often as i can't books you can look as up center for enquiry los angeles skeptics book club we read lots of good books oh and i was wondering their listened to reading glasses that is a great cast on mac momma von comedy and culture of arousal remember by a rabbi ross so yes carry is it uh yes it's be carry poppy in august yes i am loving this i am loving this thing that we are discussing it is so interesting how man i know are interesting people we are great hosts okay we are funny we are attractive we are beautiful human beings i feel very affirmed but there are other good people out there making good content oh man y'all like the other shows on maximum fund exactly and i wanna know more about them well here's one eight uh.
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Be at st john's seminary in brighton i so i'm very compassionate in terms of differences but i am not compassionate in terms of illegal behavior and giving and giving a pass to those people who should be above reproach in terms of a bit a d he people in be a charge so to speak and especially uh the children and the the behavior will be ultimate sin or or the ultimate crime the a bank teller could commit why i assume it would be stealing money from the bank what would be the ultimate crime that a professional athlete could commit i guess would be throwing the the game and what were the ultimate crime that a priest curcumin i think it would be are taking advantage of children rang all that's the thing okay when aid person rose the game that's a matter of conscience okay as well but when a person molest children that's a lifelong sentence for the child and also i wanted to say as far as the funerals concern to have in my opinion the pomp and circumstance around this uh this person's um a legacy all lack of i think is is is in a way as condoning if you will manage let's see how much i think we should do we see how much in circumstance our attention to this tomorrow ideal seats it will be any event that will have a lot of pompidou acquired grave sheriff there with a few people and not be such a high about the fact that he died and we should some people say oh you should be sorrowful and and and and the perpetrate it doesn't and those who were uh violated it's only bringing up more all the angst in more of the memories which we really don't need to throw back on these people they suffered enough wilson appreciate your call thank you very much joe out of have a great night too all right the wbz box office is now open and.
"brighton" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In west brighton wins news time nine forty three of a terror to went on a deadly rampage on the west side by path is due in court today is erin katersky reports say photos sipe off his enter a plea to a 22 count indictment charges him with murder in the eight of racketeering for the deaths of eight people mainly foreign tourists on the jogging path adjacent to the hudson river it was halloween when sipe often whose back living new jersey sped down the path in a truck he had rented two hours earlier court records said he wanted to fly the isis from the truck but thought better of it so he wouldn't detract attention federal prosecutors called the attack a calculated act of terrorism inspired by numerous cases video sipe off watched on his phone call called for sipe off to get the death penalty which is technically possible on charges assuming a conviction the court appearance set for 230 this afternoon wins news time nine forty four the family of four had just returned from thanksgiving vacation and they were unloading their range rover outside their home in short hills yesterday morning when some carjackers showed up one grabbed a thirteen year old daughter and threatened to kill her got cash the families to rub trumpers girls older sister said there was no on the bench that you're not gonna make the best thing otherwise that please them until we had my sister which is what they did one carjacker drove off in a range rover another couldn't get the second range rover started so he took off in a waiting car the stolen range rover was recovered about a half an hour later in newark so far no arrests once news time nine forty five nonsense and wind sports sears marker night lease sports sponsored by office depot.
"brighton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Nyse gives you a better view of nothing i wouldn't say oh longo good to be nervous bucaram city in dunk hitting rome and i'm a little worried about wind brighton there are a longer hours no doesn't mean anything let's continue new worry the legacy of the move looking away from the unsweetened level good might be a good idea the one thing i maybe on tell you what he was carrying are could in her handbag when you get the beginning i knew he was carrying him he owns in that handbag once again there you go london the gone or something else again nothing on nearly oh i'm sorry you're move koizumi okay we don't need a gun to keep me all pointing out that you i knew how to use it you might try using your brain i'm not saying anything all i am the passenger on his room me too i never saw you'll be wall i'm sure your numbers let me be integrated kill me can you win ludi lin not really dark hello gordon i had an nicotine my new highs currently one let me region to my brother kill you my grenoble greg norman kirk lissouba's but you began will i'll be very nothing liberal about a card game wyler mona i'm away now you remember them when ob disturbing i'm sorry for another now with the gun now what you on and why would it when beijing much gordon i know well what's wrong wind driven i've never gone much more would have been dragging on illegal she was getting all the dawning might have been going mike wound up back and blood gone no no no zang's i along better already y you're getting off of knowing and then you're going onto the pera don't result my knowledge is necessarily guilty knowledge or one of the old girl out meyer who review magne read knowing is the reason i am on this moment wanted me to come out immediately a telegram it was the bragging because and dean i was it maybe he had a might with my thought in your mother was the sister you live no he di he is and you'll brother uneasy that gun i'm just being nosey during the wind up you know you're uncle has any other relatives result ally.