27 Burst results for "Byles"

"byles" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"byles" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"A couple of romance novel. Yeah and i do appreciate. They had one black dude. At least so because i was getting some races vibes. He's probably on a black dude. Let white people say the word around them. I hope not no. I mean listen. We in the military make some concessions. Sometimes right about this one. What dog over that. Chilling this son of a bitch just totally gave up our dare dare who sarath sandwiches family now. So he tells both the guy who came back with the dead body of turner to give darryl some. Here's horse or whatever the fuck they eat you know he did. He walked him malls with his dead brother on his in miles. Now our i'm guessing that was what two people that attacked them in an attack. Florida mall and he was the one who who had a knife thrown into his back by maggie and in drop to smoke bombs when they came together when they came to the body. The dead body was gone. And i'm assuming that dead body was turner the heck take a knife to the bag. Kerry turner own his back with a knife his forbes tade byles back to base because bird..

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Discussion Simone Biles Mental Health Challenges After Winning Bronze on Beam

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:46 min | 10 months ago

Discussion Simone Biles Mental Health Challenges After Winning Bronze on Beam

"So i just wanna start with a very basic question to both of you. Simone biles yes has won the bronze-medal in the balance beam which is actually an even greater triumph for her. Now considering how the past week had gone for her but professor carter friend zeke. When biles. I made that announcement of withdrawing from the team competition. I just was wondering what was your first reaction. How did you feel about that. What did you think was going on. My initial reaction was of concern. And while i don't know byles you know hearing that For any athlete they withdrew Were removed from lineup. Or remove themselves made me think that she had perhaps encourage some sort of physical injury in the qualifying rounds or because of the pandemic perhaps contracted cobra as we've seen many of some of our athletes not only from the us but other countries succumb to that Then when she continued to share that she would not be competing in those events she qualified for and that it was not due to anything. Physical in real concern began to overcome me and initial thoughts of mental health issues to pass sixteen months with those respective sort of restrictive parameters The combination of postponement of the olympic games wondering what it must mean to be in the spotlight to as i reviewed all her sponsorship ads but as well reflecting on what she may be navigating in the aftermath of the sexual abuse case that she was part of so things became of greater concern and really just just hoping and wishing her well through that process over the next few days

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Simone Biles Wins Bronze on Beam

Get Up!

01:13 min | 10 months ago

Simone Biles Wins Bronze on Beam

"Simone biles and a triumphant return to the olympics. This morning files one bronze-medal on the balance beam in her first competition since she withdrew from the women's team final last week citing concerns for dental and physical safety byles displayed a slightly altered and less difficult routine than the one she performed during qualifying but she was solid and finished third. I'm pretty happy. I wasn't expecting to medal. I came out here in. Just try to do a good beam set to bring the topic of mental health. I think it should be talked about a lot more especially with athletes. Because i know some of us are going through the same things and we're always told to push through it but we're all a little bit older now. We could kind of speak for ourselves but at the end of the day we're not just entertainment where humans and their things going on behind the scenes that were also trying to juggle with as well on top of sports. Talk for simone biles. It's her seventh career olympic medal. That tie shannon miller for the most by an american in gymnastics is just the latest a long list of career accomplishment. She's the first woman to win five all around world championship. Titles again simone. Biles back on the beam today and taking the

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"byles" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:53 min | 10 months ago

"byles" Discussed on No Agenda

"If you want to play tonight. Sloan byles pulling out to more gymnastics finals. The vault and uneven bars the superstar posting than deleting these practice videos from tokyo instagram bowling hard on her back revealing she still suffering from what gymnasts called the twisties she wrote literally cannot tell up from down. It's the craziest feeling ever not having an inch of control over your body now michaela skinner who plays four in qualifying moving into byles spot in the vault tweeting. Doing this for us. Simone biles right your thoughts. I think I think it's great that she's there to cheer on her roommates..

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"byles" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"byles" Discussed on Nightline

"What she elected to do. Stater byles writing on instagram. Today the outpouring love and support. I've received has made me realize i'm more than my accomplishments and gymnastics which i never truly believed before the gymnasts known as the goat the greatest of all time redefining. What a true winner looks like what to. You defines a champion. Most people define champions as those who win. Medals champions are people who can go to bed at night and know that they gave everything they had regardless of the outcome. Simone's a champion. Because she was brave enough to stand up and say i'm not safe. I'm not in a good space and with that simple yet. Bold declaration byles is teaching this generation of athletes new skills. I think she's talking about that. They need to your voice when it's needed and not to be scared of your voice because your voice is the most powerful thing can use tool. You can use it whenever you need to. And i think that's one of her strengths. She taught the world and up next. The college gymnasts working.

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"byles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:41 min | 10 months ago

"byles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So i have a painting. I didn't even know the olympics were happening. Of course this is twenty twenty one. So why are the olympics happening anyway. Apparently they're the twenty twenty olympics in japan now this time they are in japan but in olympic champion byles is her name simone biles. Actually she's not going to defend her. Olympic title the american gymnastics superstar. And it's worth pointing out here that she evidently is the greatest of all time in her sports. Yes that's what i have heard. She's in a league of her own. I don't know anything about gymnastics. But from what i've gathered he's amazing. She's very Very unique when she performs her performances are very Very fluid and she doesn't make any mistakes and she is probably the top of the pack and she's broken record after record. She is amazing. She is certainly a trailblazer in the world. Monastics what she withdrew from thursday's all around competition to focus on her mental wellbeing. Usa gymnastics said in a statement on wednesday the twenty four year old opting to not compete and this has made a lot of people very unhappy especially conservative people..

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"byles" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

04:59 min | 11 months ago

"byles" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Something lasting something drug-free I guess it was just the way of love me coping with grece. Yeah kazaa might my second relationship. My husband at the time did struggle with addiction. And i thought that that was something that i could help with which has nothing to do with me whatsoever. I learned that and realized that that was that was that was off of that relationship when it was time. For me to move on gotcha so so for the most these relationships you're meeting them out of prison and then one way or another they will find a way back. Or how does it work this a little bit of details to so because of my first inmate relationship that was in the free world we met on normal conditions with our you know he always talked about how it bothered him that his family never wrote him. People never visited him so that was also another part. Making process was to try to think that. Maybe there's somebody out there that would lead to correspond with somebody. So i felt like i was doing something nice for somebody else than trying to just be european taller. Whatever to support in do something that would think that he would have wanted me to do if that makes sense. So maybe there's somebody out. There feels very misguided even though like my life is altogether. Maybe i can try. Just listen to somebody else to none of our lives together. I'll tell you that much. Yeah did you make doug was doug before. He went to prison right now in prison. That's right how did that happen. That's why i said i. I had no idea that there was even a pen pal website. So that was my time. Trolling through that It was called writer prisoner dot com inmates combatants though southbound near to try to get correspondence Honestly it's pretty interesting some of these people's byles at on they're just looking for. Hey how are you wanna talk to someone intel mother crappy day or were. They wish that they would rather be. So whatever was long story. short scrolling through the profiles. Now this is kinda cute so that's just kind of what i did but under the preconditions that it was only friendship. That was the first thing that i said. This is a friendship a where you at where you had what are you. What are you trying to do with yemeni goals. Do you wanna go to school do you to you know how were you turn to improve yourself. Type thing in. That was the basis of our conversation with me being me just hockey being totally casual. You know two weeks later. It's like oh. I think i love you. Know like wait 'til now that like you got you're in your twenties. You needed experiment with other women. Charter saying like bill. That part of your life in before you thank you want to settle down this likely..

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"byles" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"byles" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Atheist bank kicked them out for no reason. They froze all accounts and they sent him a really mean letter explaining how he sucks person so the bank doesn't want his business anymore completely. Frozen out i bet. That's the whole story moving on this wonderful bank. And how do i count gun. I really wanna know so. Apparently nikki analyzed the banking sector and found out that everyone is giving money to kill babies in the entire sector so he decided to finally get some christian people into the american banking game and just like any good businessman. He found a slice of the economy that was not being served according to the website for the new bank. They did three entire weeks of research on the salt and and they found exactly zero banks that were forcing people to give birth against their will. So there you go niche discovered. My guys i've met the founder and it seems like this business might cost you arm and a leg and if you feel a little down you wanna quick laugh. You definitely need to check out their website. It's ridiculous the top of the landing page for pro-life bank dot com says noah built an ark to save lives. We're building a bank to do. The same and the rest is basically tinder byles for nick and his partner. Betsy men not at all.

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"byles" Discussed on Sportify

Sportify

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"byles" Discussed on Sportify

"Like said teammates byles. Her best events was involved at a fourteen nine worst event which again all of these scores are still safe. I will let you know nazis worship. That was floor. Thirteen point five five still.

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Stop and Shop's Scamboni with Soda prices

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Stop and Shop's Scamboni with Soda prices

"Charges soda prices like stop and shop. Maybe giving great prices on on grapes. Maybe their price on cold cuts are good. Yeah they're sorta prices right on the fucking world okay you. Thomas isn't a skim bony. Got a yellow sale little yellow tag sale sign right. It says sweet tea four five dollars price right to twenty five. Yeah i would say so right. It's like two or three fifty at the quick quick mott's at seven elevens and the quickies. Whatever this always like three for five to five seventy five h dot twenty five four five. That's great read the fine print. now sometimes. The fine print says only four for deals per person right. So you only by twenty. Sometimes it says must spend you know ten dollars in like you go to target. They'll sell like you get ten dollars off. If you spend ten dollars on men's grooming products right Here's what i gotta buy to save the fifty cents on the fucking sue pure leaf tea for five dollars. Fine print when you buy four pepsi two liter bottles now. Who's drinking four liter bottle toledo byles pepsi if they wanna ice tea. I don't see the correlation there now or pure leaf eighteen point five ounce bottles or rockstar. Sixteen ounce cans all made by pepsico. Probably i'm assuming that purely is made by pepsi. I guarantee without even looking at it is. That's why they gonna by rockstar rockstar. Drinks i just want to buy some fucking bottles of purely feist daughter. Nope not two liter bottles of pepsi. I don't want at stop and shop. Two dollars and fifty cents a bottle prices or whatever it is ridiculous prices for soda. Yeah i got by rockstar rockstar rockstar.

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LinkedIn Lead Generation with Sonda Eunus

Solopreneur Success

08:59 min | 1 year ago

LinkedIn Lead Generation with Sonda Eunus

"Let's talk a little bit about how you help your clients you know you. You've actually started out there. And you kind of made that transition from management solutions into marking sessions. Because obviously everyone listening to this podcast. If you're a business or you know you have to make money and blue. Is you have a hobby. Not of business. How did you begin. Changing from here. With management to helping with bringing in revenue. Because that's that's key you can influence revenue in a business. You're going to have a sound impact. So that transition happened for you so it was actually about you know finding a way to provide tangible intangible services right so instead of saying hey let me come in and consult with you and show you how to become more efficient and house. Make more money in the long run. It's more about. Hey you're gonna bring it on and you're gonna you know in one month and up with a brand new website and your social media's going to be up in your platforms they're going to be optimized in your group. My business account is optimized. You know and i mean we trust me just. We get started in one month but even when we sign on clients we tell them. Hey you gotta give us at least three months for you to really start. Seeing all of these efforts picking up right and that's just digital marketing. Just how it works because we can sell you the world but it's not. I'm dependent on us. You know what i mean would search engine optimization for example we can be doing everything we can for the package that we sold you but if somebody if your competitor is spending five or ten times more on odds van for those same keywords than they already have an advantage but again but that's where everything kind of comes together as a package and that's where you really want to figure out okay. Let's say you wanna do the online presence package. We will get you through this journey where you're going to end up with an amazing website that converts you're going to end up with great social media platform ages with followers were hosting for you every single day. Wise the day right. It's relevant content branded content. It speaks with your audience. We are hosting in groups for engaging feeble. you know we're creating back links for were zooming search engine optimization both on the website as well as off the website ongoing words doing online review management. So you're seeing that you're getting more reviews. More five star reviews. You're getting feedback. i'm you're seeing. Your email is the rowing. You're seeing that your cost per click for your ads is going down and now you're getting more results from the same ad budget or even lower than what you had right so when you're able to show them those tangible results then that's really the best way that you can then sell services and because you already have these people that are telling about youths through their friends and their colleagues right and i'm lucky enough to be in a community where our small business community is very very involved and everyone knows each other really really well. I'm so it's kind of like you. Start picking up speed then it snowballs right because it's all about word of mouth and that's really what i preach Yes we're marketing agency. And yes. we focus on digital marketing but networking is my big thing. Because it's all about connections right whether those connections are live connections or whether those connections that you're forming on link then ride or on facebook or on the digital World as well so it's really just all about connections that yeah that's kind of how we were able to start know seeing a lot more success by able to show those angelo results and people were like okay. I see what these guys got from you. So how do i get in you. Know right and ukraine talk about a few different approaches. You search engine optimization. Which as you mentioned you expect overnight success story i mean you can make tangible differences quickly it seo but it is a marathon not a sprint and matter of a snowball effect in the more you work. As more success you'll see in cambridge You're gonna invest more. You might get a faster response if you do it. Well and i can take some testing before you get there. It's just nature of the game it to any kind of advertising. that's test when it comes to advertising. You tested those at work you you you try something else and shot you. You have data experience but made the promise to getting kind of dig into your brain a little bit of. How are you getting your clients. These days because i understand you're doing a lot of that to lengthen and a lot of people saying i would love to learn how to use link and tap into that huge resource of business professionals. How do i get started in their opener. On question absolutely i will go into lengthen like to say that at this point we are not doing lengthened generation For ourselves just because the referrals are coming in so quickly that i am just working on keeping up with the referral. So i'm not a place. That is an amazing place to be Ring thin is definitely a huge wade sues. Dr generating leads. It does take a little bit of time. But especially when you're just starting out It's an incredibly affordable and effective way to get leads on something before you heard. Yes out you know i love. Is you said there about referrals because you you talked about. Making connections and connections you real word their relationships because you're not going to get a referral from somebody you haven't built that no like entrust actor was so clearly you're doing the once you make connections. There's a little bit more than say he. I have five thousand connects linked. Then nobody cares. I have five thousand people. I'm actually communicating with you like me. They responded engage. That's a whole different ballgame. And so i just want to make that assessment there because if you're getting all referrals that's it shows the power of getting started and then making that transition so he's pointed out before we dive into lengthened side of things. I think for here what you wish you had in front of you to get you down to past. Before he hit the fully referred type business. You have now. Yeah and you know what we did with lincoln. As far as lead generation we were before covid using a lot or selling event vendor booths as well as event sponsorships. So as i mentioned we are in event marketing company and a well marketing agency that specializes in event marketing at this point so we hosted over fifty different types of events and twenty nineteen and a lot of those were exposed with different types of vendor booths and sponsors and so that was something where we constantly needed new people and we were constantly doing lead generation. Rival lengthened was amazing for that. And i actually developed training that i was teaching team on how to do this on my so basically it all starts with. Let's say you are brand new. Let's say you don't even have a lincoln account get right used by setting it up right you start by putting in as much information as you possibly can make sure that your bio looks good. Make sure that your bio highlights your skills your experience as well as your passions right if you don't have much experience but a lot of the people that are on my team are very young you know i have a great relationship with our local college and so i get a lot of insurance and then after three months i hired them right by i get them and they do not have a lot of experiences. We work on writing their byles together. It's really about while okay. Maybe you don't have much to talk about yet. But what are you passionate about. Would you truly enjoy doing right. Would you see yourself during so things like really matter as well because at the end of the day you want to tell people who you are as a person not necessarily just list your resume. That's not what the really wanna see right. And then of course in your experience yes you will put whatever positions mad and yes the more experience you have the better ride but at the same time it's still about personality still about is kind of like a cover letter right when you're applying for a job a lot of employers myself included. I care more about the cover letter. Then the resume itself because it's not as much about the experience that you have as it is about the attitude that you have and the mindset that you have and from. You went hiring if i can see that you have a good attitude and that i can train you than i don't care. It could never work in this industry or gun. What i'm hiring to you. Because i can sell that you will be able to do it with the right training. So that's kind of how you want to set up your length and you want to bring that out there. You want to be warm and genuine. Be yourself and then of course you also want to have a very professional. Had sean right. If it's not a professional headshot please get one or at least say a very clean image of yourself. You know. Just right about here right. Like short was shoulders above. Do not good something where you know. You're holding your baby or something like that. It's just it's not the platform you know what i mean. There's i'm gonna play. This is something where people are coming to see you as a professional. So you want to eat

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As COVID-19 Vaccines Ship, One Company Brings Innovation to the Vials

The Bio Report

05:33 min | 1 year ago

As COVID-19 Vaccines Ship, One Company Brings Innovation to the Vials

"Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for glass. The company lost a line of specialty byles for biological drugs and vaccines at the end of april. You had already entered the pharmaceutical space but efforts to target the vaccine market. Were new to what extent this come response to the covid nineteen pandemic. Well yeah before. Before the summer we were targeting Drugs known as biologics. And i think all of us have Have no somebody who biologic drug Whether it be humira or and brow or or whole variety of other drugs that are on the market for a variety of different ailments and diseases So we were. We're in the midst of of Supplying and again ramping up capacity for our customers and we have many in the space but certainly the covid Pandemic really changed things for us. In in a very big way. I we could not of of A ramped up so quickly without does this massive demand and That's really been the motivation for hiring a an additional two hundred fifty additional folks since Since summer adding on the oldest additional capacity we bought additional buildings here in auburn alabama. Where we're headquartered in order to to handle this and um we've got contracts with maderna's well as other companies to supply these files this The serious endemic wins With how significant is the need. And what's the opportunity for the company. Oh it's astronomical obviously it's This was a bit of a blessing in disguise for us As a as primary patching company for pharmaceutical products. Obviously we really appreciate The ability to play a a really significant role in addressing this This pandemic in as you indicated we do that but by supplying primary containers whether the vial or syringe to to historian administer the vaccine and It is really propelled our business in a big big way. I mean i don't think we could certainly didn't have had no plans of this happening Nobody could foresee it last year at this at the same time and Our whole focus right now is addressing this short term need and And at the same time we're obviously managing all those other customers for For variety of other ailments With with baligian drugs but this is our primary focus certainly in the next six months to twelve months. This is our primary focus to deliver on this. Are there problems or limitations with traditional glasser plastic containers.

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The price of rare plants

On The Ledge

06:08 min | 1 year ago

The price of rare plants

"Right. Now it's time to talk about rare plants and when this turned into a ranch, I wanted to be a reasoned argument but I hope that this will give you pause for thought about what's happening in the house blunt world right now, I guess I got really alarmed about plant prices. When applaud the I've been lusting after suddenly went up in price. As many of you know through the podcast I've been looking for a piece of Panteli sensation, a cultivar of tons of area. Correctly Justina As been moved to the dressier genus, the snake plant, I've been looking for. Peace or a plant of this particular offer longtime. Now, for some reason, while they're common in the US, they just aren't that common here in the UK and I haven't found a shop selling them I think couple of people found a plot shop in Poland selling them, but I still do not have one of these plants. So I. Put an Ebay search save out there. So that anytime anyone put one of these plants on Ebay. I. Would know a few months ago the last cutting that I had been watching the last pup that I've been watching when I think he has for about twenty five pounds and I missed out on time because I thought that's a bit expensive. Anyway another pop came up from the same seller I think very recently about two or three weeks ago. I was Kinda getting excited because the price was still quite low are and all watching the countdown and the price was still about ten pounds and I thought. The chance here? How much did it go for? It went for it went for about eighty seven pounds. For a tiny stick of a snake blunt. Thanks to the listeners by the way who offered to send me a piece of their bench Elson session from the US very kind of you. But I don't think it's a good idea given plant health and spread of diseases to be importing individual plants from the US plus. Don't think it's worth it for the air. BYLES. Of course, there are other house plants that are going for much much more. The headline in The New York Post recently was some sucker in New Zealand just spent five thousand dollars on a house plant. There was a variegated rafic for a test drive perma with variation, the basically split relief in half between the regular caller and sort of golden yellow. and. That plot went for eight thousand, one hundred fifty New Zealand dollars on the site trade me nuts about five thousand. Dollars in other words, a lot of money and there is a track record for plants on this trade me site going for a lot. There was a Hoya I think it was a Hoya compactor with the reverse fair Gatien the way for six and a half thousand New Zealand dollars. A before POPs a couple of months before I'm, and of course, we all know about the variegated monster at unsown. With those little holy leaves marked with cream the have also gone for some really interested. High prices recently, this has been building for a while. Now, this trend towards rare or Unicorn House Plaza cost a lot of money but I think that lockdown has exacerbated this desire for plants as lots of people who want to. Live and up their Home Office of got into the House plant thing during lockdown adjust desperate for these very, very rare loans. And I think we've really got to take the long view about this in that planck. Crazies are really nothing you. My first thought is back to the fern craze in the mid eighteen hundreds I wasn't there I'm not quite that old over my children would probably beg to differ. So in the mid eighteen hundreds around the world. There was a firm fever that really took of people and lots of women in particular were going out and bought an ising and looking for funds in the wild and buying. Funds from nursery such as the famous and now defunct lodges of London with the huge glasshouses, and these were really desirable things to own back. Then the talent teradata mania was coined by Sir Charles Kingsley and he wrote your daughter's perhaps I've been seized with the prevailing Tareyton mania and are collecting bind funds with wards cases where into keep them for it's you have to pay and wrangling over unpronounceable names of species which seemed to be different in each new book that they buy till the territory mania seems to you somewhat of a ball. So that might be familiar. Scenario of of wrangling over the names and buying the special equipment, the wards cases, which is just the original server terrariums plots in. So that is an illustration of the fact, this is not a new a new thing. Plunk raises a bit around forever I mean even Coleus those cheapest chips plants that you can buy very very easily are certainly not subject to a premium. These days were at one point something, very new, exciting and expensive. If you check out Dr Catherine, Horwitz Book Potted Histories, you'll find out that a dozen new coleus hybrids sold at auction by the RHS's one, hundred, sixty, eight when for three, hundred, ninety pounds. How much three hundred ninety pounds is worth today about thirty thousand pounds so As I say it's not new and equally even further back in history chilly fever and sixteen thirties same time citrus trees also massive status symbol mainly because you needed an orangerie to keep them in. So. Wild prices for applauds are nothing new

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Simone Biles Makes 'Vogue' Cover Debut

Ringer Dish

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Simone Biles Makes 'Vogue' Cover Debut

"Move on. Let's talk next. About Simone biles on the cover of Vogue. this is the August issue I believe crowd, yes, correct, and it was timed up for the Olympics which did not happen as you probably are not going to happen as you're likely aware. Yes, I wanted to talk to you about this just for a couple reasons. I was like pretty moved by the story and I just WanNa say so that their profile was written by Abby Aguirre. Who I believe is the same writer who the world, and also we gave a bit of a hard time to you. Because Riana surprised her with her interview a few months back, and we weren't super prepared for. She wasn't super prepared for it, and there was a little pushback there I she was prepared for this and I. This is A. I found like a moving piece. And some of it is the timing there. The reporting begins in March, and it is before lockdown has started for covid nineteen, and before the Olympics have been canceled, and so she's watching Simone biles. Who is the greatest gymnast of all time like? Asked process the this like major personal setback that Olympics what she's been training for. You know Simone biles twenty three years old, and which is on the older side for gymnasts, which is mad Jim. That brass unforgiving. An unforgiving sport in a lot of ways and so having the Olympics post be postponed a year. In addition to you know the training schedule because it her level. There's a level of optimization that we can't even begin to understand but. That has serious consequences for her and her ability to compete, so she's wrestling with all of that. And on top of that if I If you've been following gymnastics at all, then you are aware of just the absolutely horrific crimes committed by Larry Nassar, the former USA gymnastics doctor, who is now serving up to one hundred seventy five years for the sexual abuse, gymnasts and Simone. BYLES has spoken out about being survivor of his abuse and continues to be just a incredibly outspoken. Advocate she isn't an advocate, but she is really trying to hold USA gymnastics accountable, because it is obviously like a much larger problem in organization, and she is doing that while at the same time trying to be the world's top gymnasts. Yeah, it's like so unfair that she has to hold them accountable while also being the best like, can't she just be the best i? It's like it's like yeah, and there is and the. The piece does a great job of putting about all in context, but there is one line which is Simone. Biles is explaining her reaction to the postponement of the Olympics, and she talks about it for all of the athletic and physical and reasons that I just described, but she also goes another year of dealing with USA gymnastics I don't know if I can do it, and because of everything that she's been through and I. was really moved by that and by the whole story, and I mean she's obviously just inspirational and tremendous success. So I. Recommend reading it I think it is exciting that she is on the cover of vogue, because vogue as we know has historically I'm not been representative especially of. A black people and it's pages, and certainly behind the pages as well and so it's great to see on the cover. There has been kind of a side conversation about the photographs. Were taken by any bits and quite frankly are just not great. They are not the standard that they should be for someone on the cover of Ogan ally. The problem is because it does not appear that they are. Let for a black woman they. Don't have the technology and this is a continuing. This has been a long problem in TV and movies, which is just that? Many of the photographers and camera, people and lighting technicians just have not learned how to light for people of Color. And? It's a long term problem, but I think. You know if you're gonNA put smiles on. The cover faded out. Learn like earn it doesn't it doesn't matter just learn how to do figure something out and. You know there's there's another question of. Should any of yeah as I say like? The photographer look I understand she's famous, and like maybe in some ways that gives the story some attention that maybe it wouldn't get but like how about putting some literally putting Simone biles in the best possible. Yes, exactly exactly and if you're going to have an elite, do it then. Make sure. She learned how to do it.

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"byles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"byles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Reject governance the president apparently it's adjusted injecting disinfected as a treatment for coronavirus Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer today announcing that she's extending the stay at home order in her state the order I signed today requires that everyone wear a covering over their nose and mouth like a homemade mask or scarf or bandana or handkerchief when they're in an enclosed public space the number of U. S. deaths from covert nineteen now over fifty thousand Dave Packer ABC news dreaming is on the rise and many of us are having vivid and troubling dreams during this pandemic more on that from Suzanne do all this is now so prevalent that it actually has its own name it's called the corona endemic dreams Norton healthcare sleep specialist Dr David Winslow says there's been a forty percent increase in dreams and nightmares right now people are really more about yes what can put those nightmares to rest so we can rest Dr Winslow says is a good night time sleep routine some people advocated meditation before sleep gentle stretching you need to sort of wind down also he says avoid TV or computer screens right before bed time Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. Saturday Night Live is going to put together another virtual show a second episode of SNL at home is being planned for tomorrow with cast members doing their skits from their homes and the French really miss big Donald people have been lining up at the country's fifteen hundred McDonald's restaurants after they re opened today they were closed during lockdowns because of the pandemic one person posted on social media it was a three hour wait to get the chicken McNuggets he wanted your next news update in thirty minutes on Paul Byles news radio eight forty WHAS live from the I heart media purple tower of power it's the Terry Meiners show well if you heard that the try fest is gone now that's louder than life and Bourbon and beyond and hometown rising thing hometown rising runs first and then it was louder than the the order item around September and life gone so worl said really no one terribly shocked about it it's just the time table that makes everybody start peeping at like Churchill Downs going.

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"byles" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"byles" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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The Power Of Words

Photography Radio

09:25 min | 2 years ago

The Power Of Words

"Hi everybody it's Karen Hutton. And this is the Wu. It's a little show that I do. That's all about out photography inspiration life and that beautiful blendi place where they all play together today. You WanNa talk about something that I feel. Feel really strongly about for a bunch of reasons. I'm calling this show this episode the power of words. I wrote an article for landscape photography. Griffey magazine Awhile back that we called the second most important skill you need is a photographer and you know what that is writing. Because is most every photographer I know is either an engaged amateur and enthusiastic hobbyist and emerging professional or full blown professional in every case they write emails social posts texts subject lines. Descriptions proposals resumes blog. Post articles talks byles Artist statements on my God. The list is long and of course. It's all dependent upon where you are on the continuum right. You're not necessarily going to do all of those things. But that you might. My point is if you're gonNA share your ideas and your vision. It means writing in about a thousand different ways. But here's what got got me going on this whole line of thinking. I often see photographer. Say I want my photo to stand on its own. I don't want to sully it with words. I WANNA leave it up to the reviewer to decide what they think what they feel about their piece of work and I get it. You want people to see your work arrive at their own conclusions and have their own thoughts. It's and feelings definitely fair enough. But here's the thing in order to even get someone to start your work long enough to come to their own conclusions. Have thoughts about about your work. You got to invite him in and unfortunately social media has made it so. It's not always enough just to have your image out there floating through a stream somewhere you have have to. Kinda create a world. You gotta blow in your audience's era little you now. It's about connection. It's about communication and invitation. People people love to be invited included in the inner circle and everyone responds to things a little differently. Some people are more verbal. Some people are more visual. Some people like booth and then not to mention if you're a professional artist not talking about it just isn't an option and one of the things I mean by talking about it is actually actually verbally talking about it. Like if somebody says will what do you do. And what's it all about and what's your vision behind your work. It's not that easy to talk about when it's your own work. If you notice that so writing about it helps you work out your elevator speech. You're dialogue what it is. You're going to say so that you don't ramble on and on and on and bore your people to death right so writing helps with that too. So here's a for instance. I just spend a day recently an entire day visiting galleries in New York City and a day day in New York City Galleries. It's not nearly enough but I sure did enjoy it and it also confirmed what I already knew. The written word was at least least as important as the art itself. In some cases it did a complimentary job in like say the description. The next question a lot of people ask. Which is you know? What is it printed on was done. What's the name but then their stuff about the artist because if you like the art and you WanNa know something about the artist. Who is this person. Where did this has come from. What is their vision. I'm having my own thoughts and feelings here. But what is. There's it's like a conversation that you set up it pretty much all happens in your viewers head Ed. But it's a conversation that you're taking part in by giving them a certain amount of information all of which requires writing. I gotta be honest. It added to it. Didn't detract attract from my desire to connect with the work. And even though I was there on my own reconnaissance gathering my own information for my own purposes there were actually actually a few pieces that I loved enough and then I bonded with the artist. I loved the vision. I loved what they're doing and I was like you know what if I were here to buy art. I'd buy this in a heartbeat and it was the combination of the words and the work and the whole presentation. Now I'll be the first to admit finding the right words isn't always easy Eh. But it is an exercise that can help your viewers understand you and your art better and in new ways. I mean like I said before I find it helps me understand understand my own work better because the right words make me see it in a whole different way and then I start believing in myself and the work even more. I'll be honest. I spent timing authorities to find those right words and synonyms and Antonyms. And when you know when you find the right words just packed with the right meaning it makes you go. Yeah that's it and it's the most awesome feeling. Nowadays we live in connection economy. We live in a connection society. Where having it and not having it have tremendous repercussions. So why would you waste an opportunity especially in photography where the competition is so tremendous to connect not just by I showing the work of your vision. You know the photograph but the words that resonate with it too because I am talking about a residence here. It's almost like setting up a little resonance field field. That attracts your perfect. Audience Your Lover's of you to your world and the image is part of it where somebody sees it as part of the things you say about. It is part of it. It's a package. It's world that you're creating and people will come to their own conclusion. No matter what whether you provide words or not But the more participation you have in that conclusion the better and the more irresistible invitations. You give out through your work in the words and everything nothing else. The longer they'll hang out in your world and the more likely it is they'll bond with it's just human nature. Here's another thing about this engaging with Art Or anything else for that matter but art is a huge one on multiple levels. So that means you know visual emotional. Mental Verbal tactile. You know whatever all these different senses. The more you engage people on all those multiple levels it activates more parts of the brain and then a single level of engagement. That may seem like a big dud to you but with all the research they're doing on brain function and brain activity these days. This this is an important one for an artist to know. They're talking about art to help. Activate rains in the health and wellness industry in healing traumatic injury and brain injury. Art Plays plays a big role and it isn't just visual. Because people need their words to and words do help carry it forth. I mean anything if you're a professional final photographer if you WANNA be a professional photographer or do anything with your work. Besides stare at it on your computer screen words are going to help carry it forward again. I said this this before but social posts emails descriptions texts artist's statement BIOS. I just had to say it again. You you gotta write it or hire somebody to and even if you hire. Here's somebody to write it. They're gonNA ask you for the descriptors for enough information so that they can write it and there you go again you gotTa have some words even if you hire somebody else the writing you gotta give them enough the story in words to write about it so there's really no escaping this. Here's another thing. I have a lot of things about this. You don't don't have a glass head. We cannot read your mind. Sure will come to our conclusions about your work without descriptions or without saying anything but one of the conclusions we might just just come to is. He don't really care if we care or not. And that's not such a good conclusion. It's like controlling the message. It's controlling the presentation. It's leaving no oh door unopened no stone unturned in your outreach. In your bonding potential with your audience. I'm not taking anything away from from the social stream. You still have plenty of time to grab. Somebody's attention without words. As our image goes flying by them. You will not be deprived of that opportunity. Trust me but give us all a reason to stay. Even if your photo grabs our attention give us a reason to stay and interact with it and think about it and internalize isn't gonna Ha. I never thought of that. Wow that's how they see ha. That is so cool. Tell us you care. Tell us you value our time and tell tell us. Your Y. that's huge. Everybody loves that and tell US words. Expression doesn't come in one flavor and understanding saying doesn't all happen on one level. You are a multifaceted interesting visionary. Tell us what you believe with all your heart and why it matters. Let us be bold over with y you create in the first place because that's the story will remember the one you tell us in about a thousand different ways in your descriptions ends in your BIOS in your artist statement and all that stuff. That's why we'll buy your work. Yes we love the work. Yes we want to have it around us. But it's the rest that fills it in tankers it in our heart and our soul and in our minds then we by the work as a reminder of the power of you because we want you in our lives and he gotTa have words to do that just another little way to think about words and I hope you enjoyed it and hope. Ponder it a little bit.

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Simone Biles tweets 'don't talk to me' after brother's arrest in triple homicide

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Simone Biles tweets 'don't talk to me' after brother's arrest in triple homicide

"The brother of the world's best gymnasts facing murder murder charges twenty four year old army specialist heaven biles thomas seen in a photo on twitter with younger sister and olympian simone biles has been charged with murder and other offenses in a triple homicide at a new year's eve airbnb party in cleveland byles directly commented on her brother's

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"byles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Doing that we, we've. Generated resistance to the disease. This was amazing. Banana news RJ to line three was a clear winner. Some the other genetic modifications did well to three of the other lines had relatively high levels resistance way. There was twenty percent less plants author infected Dade which was to us critical outcome. Rarely do you get that sort of percentage success in the Celtic things? They tell me a pretty excited about that. And there was something else to be excited about the other really important thing we found was that the Jane be put in this is Jane. None unle occasion, these vol bananas. But it also Kazin. Kevin, which it just doesn't Blick very well. Unsanitary actually really, really important because there's a new technology known as gene, editing. It's different attain modifications, gene, editing. Its way we can go into the DNA and just tweet Jane already. They're such very, very close to some natural prices way. Now starting to, to figure out how we can tweak the Jane in Kevin dish. To make them resistant. But that actually adding any new James toll this type of gene, editing is made possible by something known as crisper, which is I'm sure, you know stands for clustered regularly space short pound dramatic repeats. We spoke with one of Christopher's inventors, the biochemist. Jennifer Dowden back in two thousand seventeen for an episode called evolution accelerated at its core. The crisper gene, editing technology is, is now giving human beings, the opportunity to change the course of evolution and human beings have been affecting evolution for a long time. Right. But now there's a technology that allows very specific changes to be made to DNA that gives us a new level of control. Crisper is terrific. And so, yes, we are using crisper at the moment. So this would seem to be super amazing. Banana news. There are. Potentially two ways to save the Kevin dish from Panama disease by using crisper to tweak its genetic code or by. Introducing new resistant genes from other bananas. Either way, the banana industry must be thrilled by the solutions that James Dale is proposing right? We asked Andrew byles, former CEO of bananas and pineapples at Chiquita dream stale. He is working on laurel GM approach. That, of course, is not so acceptable societally, son. Some people will say, yes, I don't mind you think about, if occasion, others will say they do indeed, a sizable fraction of consumers in the US, and especially in Europe, considered genetically modified, crops to be risky despite assurances to the contrary from scientists, like James stale. And I think that's way we filed we really haven't got the message across this one of the most incredibly highly regulated technologies in the world. So the sorts of things have we got through to demonstrate safeties amazing. The objection to GMO crops is also curious in light of the fact that traditional plant breeding without which many, many fewer of us would be alive is itself. A form of genetic modification, Jennifer Dowden. Again, I think it's important for, for people to appreciate that for. First of all, that humans have been modifying plants for a long time, you know, genetically, and for literally thousands of years. Exactly. Thank goodness. And you realize, well, I'm glad there's plant breeding, but, you know, the way that that's been done. Traditionally is to use chemicals or even radiation to introduce genetic changes into seeds, and then plant breeders will select for, for plants that have traits that they want the opportunity here with gene, editing. In plants is to be able to make changes precisely not to drag along traits that you don't want, really the difference between what we're doing and conventional breeding. He should I move fastened..

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"byles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was amazing. Banana news RJ to line three with a clear winner. Some the other genetic modifications did well to three of the other lines had relatively high levels resistance way. There was twenty percent less plants author infected Dade which was to us Nic critical outcome. Rarely he get that sort of percentage succession, the so two things they tell me a pretty excited about that. And there was something else to be excited about the other really important thing we found was that the Jane will be put in this G I, Jane none unle occasion, these wall bananas. But it does how Kazin Kevin dish. It just doesn't work very well. Unsanitary actually really, really important because there's a new technology known as gene, editing. It's different attained modifications, gene, editing is we can go into the DNA and just tweet genes that are already there, such very, very close to some natural processes. And so that's why we now starting to, to figure out how we can tweak the Jane in Kevin dish. To make them resistant. But that actually adding any new James toll this type of gene, editing is made possible by something known as crisper, which is I'm sure, you know, stands for clustered regularly spaced short Powell dramatic repeats. We spoke with one of Christopher's inventors, the biochemist. Jennifer Dowden back in two thousand seventeen for an episode called evolution accelerated at its core. The crisper gene, editing technology is, is now giving human beings, the opportunity to change the course of evolution and human beings have been affecting evolution for a long time. Right. But now there's a technology that allows very specific changes to be made to DNA that gives us a new level of control. Crisper is terrific. And so, yes, we are using crisper the moment. So this would seem to be super amazing. Banana news. There are. Potentially two ways to save the cabin dish from Panama disease by using crisper to tweak its genetic code or by. Introducing new resistant genes from other bananas. Either way, the banana industry must be thrilled by the solutions that James Dale is proposing. Right. We asked Andrew byles, former CEO of bananas and pineapples at Chiquita dreams Dale, he is working on moral GM approach of that, of course, is not so acceptable societally. So some people will say, I don't mind genetic modification of those will say they do indeed, a sizable fraction of consumers in the US, and especially in Europe, considered genetically modified crops to be risky despite assurances to the contrary from scientists, like James style. And I think that's way we filed we really haven't got the message across. This is one of the most incredibly highly regulated technologies in the world. So the sorts of things have we got through to demonstrate safeties amazing. The objection to GMO crops is also curious in light of the fact that traditional plant breeding without which many, many fewer of us would be alive is itself a form of genetic modification, Jennifer Dowden. Again, I think it's important for, for people to appreciate that, first of all, humans have been modifying plants for on time, genetically, and for this literally thousands of years. Exactly. Thank goodness. And you realize, well, I'm glad there's plant breeding, but, you know, the way that that's been done. Traditionally is to use chemicals or even radiation to introduce genetic changes into seeds, and then plant breeders will select for, for plants that have traits that they want the opportunity here with gene, editing in plants is to be able to make changes. Precisely not to drag along traits that you don't want, really the difference between what we're doing an end conventional breeding he should I move fastened.

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"byles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They can make. Today. No one company comes close to dominating the international banana tree, like United fruit once did the three biggest banana companies dole Del Monte, and Chiquita United successor they share around forty percent of global export market. So there's more competition than there, used to be which columnists will tell you help keep prices down. But there's an even more powerful explanation for why bananas are so cheap standardization. So the advantage of having the communist is that it is really a monoculture that you can actually grow it consistently. Indra byles again, formerly of tequila. You know, is going to take a two nine months to come to fruition. And you know how that banana is going to function when it's transported refrigerated cargo. You know how it's going to be form in the rifling rooms in the country, vista nation, anew know how it's going to be form and hold up on the retail show. And it's not just that nearly every banana grown for export is cabbage. It's every Kevin dish banana, is genetically the same as the next Kevin dish. From a business perspective, that's ideal the ultimate in quality control from an agricultural perspective. However, there's no diversity. So there's you each plant is the same each has the same resistance to disease spreads. As you'll recall, the grow Michel banana was wiped out years ago by Panama disease or technically FU cerium wilt, it's caused by a fungus that infects the plants roots, and eventually kills the whole plant and leaves the soil, unfit for future banana growth, the strain of Panama disease that killed off the grow Michel was known as TR one or tropical race one. Now there's a strain called TR four that's tacking, the cabin dish, so indeed, it's fallen victim to almost the same disease as the grow show. So what we see is false thought. Apparently in Indonesia, spread for the fans, it's devastated crops, there as farmers moved the become bell to all to me. In the banana industry is very worried.

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"byles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thousand discover it byles limitations apply government for new card members only learn more discover dot com slash travel next update at six twenty k._o._a. newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather stations hey good morning partly cloudy today kim rule out a gusty late day thunderstorm type storm therese's lot more wind than rain but the bigger story today is going to be the heat high temperatures near ninety degrees if we hit ninety it'll be the first time this year in fact first time since last september we would have been that hot tonight will drop down to fifty nine clearing skies tomorrow mostly sunny even hotter high ninety three and then we could hit ninety five degrees on friday under sunny skies definitely heatwave on the way ninety two on saturday with an isolated chance for thunderstorm better chance for late day thunderstorms coming up on sunday with highs in the eighties from c._b._s. forum terry on k._o._a. newsradio eight fifty a._m. and ninety four one f._m. fifty five right now in partly cloudy in denver dow on colorado's morning news the first democratic debate kicking off tonight it's a two night affair ten candidates taking the stage each night it's a tough challenge for it the crowded field and the prospect of not making the next debate looming large wall street journal reporter kent thomas talked about that issue with jennifer kushinka on this morning with gordon deal stages this crowded is it even possible the score points or get a point across that can be one of the biggest tests for these candidates especially the ones Aren't as well known. our debates so you might get ten minutes total if you're lucky so for the candidates who are at one percent in really registering with people they're going to have to make a decision on whether they get a great sound by going after president trump that's something that's very popular in the democratic party if they make the decision to take a risk and attempt to contrast themselves with one of the front runners it certainly something we could see on the second night when joe biden will be debating or speaking with ken thomas of the wall street journal is it make or break time for anyone who isn't named joe biden.

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"byles" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"You can save that t- bad and byles. Into bio season. Sable. Of course in bios. Why didn't I think of that? I was focused on windows. You're right if he goes into setup there. There will be almost certainly a way to disable that track pet. Of course. What was I thinking? Thank you. Yeah. No problem. I mean Texas last year, but I lived in California, and I was maybe seventy times that year I would go to use him eighty one day we were camping and I got up early in the morning got into Merced river to take a picture. Oh, down down in what? Wallman. Yeah. And the last that was supposed to be studied wasn't my cell in. Oh, no. So that was the one d Mark that was just the one. Oh man. That's an expensive camera to get wet. It is weather proof to survive. Well, yeah. And did bad weather proof doesn't mean waterproof, of course. No. Yeah. After I fell in. I got a picture, and it was all the there was able to clean it up in post. Okay. Okay. That then it just was working and Senate felon. I got I took pictures that you, somebody no problem. So I got back Senate to Canada, and they wanted to fix it for eighteen hundred dollars. Well, okay, what do I wanna do? Eighteen hundred dollars fixes or EV another two grand or three Graham. Whatever was Mark, too. Yeah. The Mark two's, like fifty five hundred bucks. So, yeah, yeah, they give me for the lands. And the camera I got thirty six hundred dollars. Nice. So they Mark one. Are you a professional photographer? No. That's a pretty pretty fancy kid. For amateur. That's nice. That's a state of the art camera there. I've been retired for almost ten years now and I travel all around. I love that camera. Yeah. Me too. So I'm chairman the sentinel knocking to go into any water or anything, but I like to have a backup camera. Kinda do I have the one five Mark three. Okay. And then I have to one, and then I have the one d Mark free. So the nice the advantage of all of this is that the lens is the canon lenses that you use work on all three bodies, right? Yeah. Now I like I like full frame. Though. I just keep the cameras I have, or it'll cost me eighteen hundred dollars to fix the fix the one d and what's wrong with what's wrong with it? Oh for. Via autofocus just quit working. Probably. I mean that sounds like an electronic failure, although there is a censor, but I would bet it's that some circuit board got fried. And you know. Yeah. You're lenses are your investment, your classes, your investment. And if you really love that camera. I'm they marked two is better in many ways Akash. I'd I would fix it. If it were me, I would fix it. Okay. But, but it's you know it's your money, but I think it's worth fixing. It's that's a pro grade. Very high grade camera. The Mark to has additional features depends, how serious you are. You have a pretty good set there. See my problem is I have gas. You say yes, if like oh, yeah. I know how that is. Yes stance. Gas stands for gear acquisitions cinder. All if you ask me, I will say, well, you buy a new one by other new one by three more new ones. Get more and have you ever tried to Sony, or Nikon? I know you don't have to be rich to have gas. It's just it's, it's just a bad habit. It's just a bad habit. And then, so you're asking the wrong guy because I would say, well, yeah, you want the new one but fifty five hundred bucks. Oh, well then get it. So this is just a backup. Yeah. If you already got the new one don't you don't need the old one fixed. No not. How do I get rid of it? You could sell it on EBay probably for thousand bucks..

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"byles" Discussed on X96

X96

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on X96

"Like with another prisoner like prisoner to prisoner low love a prisoner dot com, which calls itself a pen pal service with a mission to give inmates a sense of hopefulness by connecting them to people in the outside world. Well, there was a local news station the checked in their profiles for at least eight inmates in Georgia and sixteen in Tennessee listed on the website. They list they include pictures byles likes dislikes, and what the inmate serving time for and their date of release. Joe Smith is the executive yet. Joe smith. The executive director of prison prevention ministries of Chattanooga, your organization serves inmates by offering hope to prevent them from returning to prison once they are released their mission is to invest in the lives of inmates by providing bible based life skills seminars. And institutions all of us have a fundamental need to have other people in our lives. A lot of these inmates have been burned so many they burn so many bridges with friends and family members. He cautions people looking to form a new relationship though with someone behind bars who've they've never met. It's a little bit concerning more for the person probably on the outside though. He said these people will probably get out of prison one day, you should be prepared for that. If you form it's a dating app for. It's essentially and love a prisoner dot com. Boehner candidate number two. Coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three, listen that hand was a menace before he changed its name to Donald all right? Boehner candidate number three for round one. Right after.

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"byles" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

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"byles" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"byles" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ride there for a couple of byles also onto ninety moisture very tough ride long delays for your societas with this crash as you're making your way eastbound on route two ninety right by Shrewsbury street in Worcester out of the last bike a pretty decent ride for you from their getting through Worcester. Four ninety five then some slow moving traffic at route nine little bit slow again as you coming down past route one twenty eight up north on route three that looks good coming by four ninety five but problems on the Lowell connector with a crash as you're coming down by that's on the eastbound side on the on the outbound side reported crash on route three also looking at some slow moving traffic now one twenty eight southbound before route to a crash there took a call from the BBC phone force on that. When the traffic's already. Now back to route three. All right. Let's get downtown. Now above that is Kristen Eck, and she is in the mapra insurance copter. Well will start with the Tobin bridge on the inbound side that's backed down the Chelsea side. Just starting to back toward the us curves. At this fight Gerard ninety three southbound you could make it down to around Roosevelt circle. That's where the hang ups began for that section heading down toward the lower deck Sadler tunnel. Let's call it about half way back to the airport railway, despite Chris ACA, the pray insurance copter crash one twenty eight southbound as you make you way, down by route one twenty nine next update is at seven thirteen WBZ's traffic on the threes. It's amazing. What the value of a used vehicle has on a human life, consider donating your vehicle to the Salvation Army. They'll pick it up at no charge and give you an IRS approved received your generosity provides new direction for.

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Simone Biles, Gold Medal And Simone discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Simone Biles, Gold Medal And Simone discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"Biles vaulter her way into the history books after winning her fourth all around medal at the world. Four. Simone is the definition of America strong doing something. No other female gymnasts has done before. Winning her fourth all around world gymnastics title at the international championships still underway in Doha, she's competing at worlds with a kidney stone that sent her to a Middle East emergency room earlier in the competition doctors weren't able to help but she's still left smiling. She is so unmatched that on her way to gold. She fell twice and still beat her closest competitor by one of her largest margin of victory. This was a demoralizing year for USA gymnastics with the sexual abuse scandal of their team doctor who's now serving time byles not only won the all around, but the US team won a gold medal to and it's largely thanks to Simone biles who

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