17 Burst results for "C. J."

"c. j." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"c. j." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Does make sense with the things we have seen up until now, and also that I think the delight in Oh, wow, It's been that all along, right? Because we're just paying attention to what happened since the lights went up. Nothing else exists. Right? So one of the things that happened since the lights went up is when I mentioned something about cancer cancer, right? Yeah, TJ, said Jackie Robinson, Jackie Robinson so that that went in my brain and this is the only way you're going to get these kinds of moments, which are both surprising and obvious at the very same time is if the performers Genuinely as surprised of what just happened as the audience and the only way that can happen is if we actually don't know it. And so the not knowing is where the that's the goal, But I mean, I assume you have the usual amount of self loathing that most people have. So probably more. So, what are you afraid that you will look for this story? Between you and nothing will occur. Please don't bring up this question. Is that a constant here? Yes, absolutely. C. J says before the show begins. It is an absolute like maelstrom going on in inside me personally, But here's the truly fascinating things the way they deal with that maelstrom. All that anxiety about what's gonna happen is they tell themselves this story that this thing that they're creating. They don't actually create it. They don't Make it happen. It's already happening without,.

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"c. j." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"c. j." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Where it's going. Fine. I'm gonna be fine. Yeah, right. You're being asset to any corporation or company. How about that? Yeah, I do. It's nice. You said it was heroic. You know, like you're riding into battle for everybody. But then there comes a moment you are. You brought the banner in there, and that's pretty. That's pretty awesome. You know what if you don't stand, you know, because you'll fall for anything right? Right, right. It's right. And I know it's a softball team there. What starts? He's gonna play shortstop because he's a Don't think Manager. Suddenly, it's like there is a little bit of an exhale of like, all right. Now we know that that does make sense with the things we have seen up until now, and also that I think the delight in Wow. It's been that all a lie, right? Because we're just paying attention to what happened since the lights went up. Nothing else exists. So one of the things that happened since the lights went up is when I mentioned something about cancer cancer, right? Yeah, TJ, said Jackie Robinson, Jackie Robinson so that that went in my brain. This is the only way you're going to get these kinds of moments, which are both surprising and obvious at the very same time is if the performers are genuinely as surprised of what just happened. As the audience and the only way that can happen is if we actually don't know it. And so the not knowing is where the that's the goal, But I mean, I assume you have the usual amount of self loathing that most people have. So probably more. We still were You afraid that you will look for this story? Between you and nothing will occur. Please don't bring up this question. Is that a constant fear? Yes, absolutely. C. J says before the show begins. It is an absolute like maelstrom going on in inside me personally, But here's the truly fascinating things the way they deal with that maelstrom. All that anxiety about what's gonna happen is they tell themselves this story. This thing that they're creating. They don't actually create it. They don't Make it happen. It's already happening without.

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"c. j." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"c. j." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"CJ welcher entering the ballgame for favor. What's wrong place about five minutes game Travis has been talking about CJ's work ethic and that he deserves a chance to play surprised the earliest he's been inserted in tow. Any ball game this year. See what he could do. We can really shoot it. Give it to him for you, man. Oh, inside to see you, J. Walter, the ball's knocked loose before it arrives. That's a turnover was knocked back to the free throw line picked up off the bounce. Providence defender Back out to breathe, rotated the Duke left side of the floor inside the res down. They go inside across well, and he powers it up with a right hand bank shot. Play started in left side. Just how it is with you. This side bank it off the glass. Good for 2 21 20 Xavier with one point lead free men over the basketball left side of the force to C. J. Ruptured sheet that totem Alice E. J. Walter fires streams it right through the neck. Wow, that was beautiful. Tell that so you could do me as a freshman, He was considered one of the best three point shooters in the entire class, and that's why he was a four star recruit. He's a shot, making her at least shot maker. All he needs is time J. P with the largest lead now, 4 24 to 20 Musketeers in a man to Man defense, always moving back and forth between Duke and breathe the top of the king and anticipates massive three steel taken by Nate Johnson to CJ Wilker Fires three hits another 10. My goodness you talk about coming off the bench. Impact of the ball game. A couple walls deep, beautiful three by C. J. Walter David Lee 27 20 CJ looks at a man. That's what I do. Shoot I catch and shoot a kid doing at such a high level of fitness to play in the first half years since I centers 8 27 providence, 20. We're.

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"c. j." Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"c. j." Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Those animals, either. Yeah, um Maybe our kids just calling our bluff. What if we got he's like? Oh, I don't want that thing anywhere near me. Get away from me. Hey, so Texan right now, 3143. What strange pet. Has your kid asked for here We are. It is the battle of the sexes representing the men. His name is C. J. He was in Rancho Cucamonga. He works for a utilities company. Enjoys building remote control vehicle C. J. What's up, buddy? Good morning. Everybody morning. Representing the lady is her name is Kate. She's from like forced. She's a business operations manager. It enjoys walking her dog. Let's hear it for Kay. Let's go. Okay. Good morning. How are you? Good. Morning. Morning. Good morning. Here's that works, Kate. I'm gonna ask you stereotypical male questions. Oh, what did you see J a little song and dance yourself. There. Deal's gonna ask you it's stereotypical female questions best out of three wins still tied the end of regulation. We go to announce the tough tiebreaker question. Henry Winkler first rose to fame when he appeared as What iconic character on a TV show. Happy days. Oh, King it. I know this now. I can't even think what was his character and happy days. Come on, come on, You know that? I do know that a Oh, my God, I'm blanking Fonzie. Fonzie was the answer. Yeah, yeah. C. J fill in the blank of the name of the.

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"c. j." Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on WDRC

"Me? I'm gonna, you know, tell him that he's going to get to talk to Batman. All right. So I said to my son, you know we were watching him and I'm like, you know what? You're going to get to call Batman tonight? And so he was like, Really? And I think he was maybe seven or eight. And he called, you know I had Adam's home number and I called him. And he's and I put CJ and he's like, C. J, This is Batman. How you doing, buddy? And I don't believe you. Yeah. Oh, yeah, because he had already sent CJ. Some photos, you know, signed to him and things that C J has in his room and I have a bunch of stuff about from from him as well. So he knew I knew Batman and Yeah, it was great. He got to talk to Batman on the phone. He talks still says there was such a cool Cool moment. This is the kind of guy he was. He was just such a sweet man. Yeah, as great. All right. Well, we're listening to Big town. This is Edward Polly, starring in the chill of death. Let's go back to march 29th 1949 for the conclusion. Dismal place. This is not the sun gone down. The house is cold. Because the swamps all around the lambs side whenever I crack picks it to place if you can't stand the cold. He's safe. His rivals and enemies. Price and a gangster pays for his bring our son. And I'm not being putting his heating planted. Broken down. He's outside thinking with.

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"c. j." Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"He was fantastic this year to do a great job of kroner worth a young rookie that they have. He's a really special player. They did a good job picking up tranq Grissom. I've always been a Tommy Sam fan. I really like him a lot. So you sit there and you look at that lineup in there pretty dynamic. I am worried kind of what you were just talking about how they they might be able to advance. I just don't know how they make a run. If they don't get lament and or Clevant, you're back. That's asking a lot of the team. To be able to pull that off in the first room manager asked yesterday. Who's your started of artist? I don't know yet. That's been right now. But the offenses dynamic defense is good. And I think for Padre fans about what happens this year, you're going to get bounced. You're getting a glimpse of what should be happening over the next five years makes it absolutely they will make a run of the title. He was the night pick over on the 94, draft broadcaster for the Rangers are host on MLB radio. C J. I got to say, man, if you do a 45 minute ride and you're still thinking I've got morning me. I want to get back on that thing. I'm really impressed. You double dipping on the pellet, Honza Strong move. Well, you know what it was. There's a nice even worked out in the morning and 1919, but like an earlier like three o'clock game, it's like any mom would still plenty right. Kind of felt like crap. I need a little bit too much of the press. Possum was only knocked out 20 minutes and then I slept like a baby afterwards. So I'm like I pretended to two days off, and I don't and I don't have access to a bike right now. From where I'm gonna put on more weight eating journeys postseason Once that thing gets here, November man on back at it. I see it working season. Thank you so much. Great to have you back on the show. Appreciate you. Yeah, Great, because C. J. Nitkowski. He is so good. He is so smooth is an analyst. On. He's taking it pretty seriously. I can't stress that enough and again when I talk about the pellet on, I had my palate on long before we had any kind of relationship on the podcast of the program, So I am a disciple. I'm a believer. If you hit that thing, and I was a competitive athlete, I know how competitive he is now hard. He works if you hit that thing hard for 45 minutes, and then you get off that you think you know what I want to run that back..

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"c. j." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fresh air. Thank you for having me. Can you talk a little bit about Madam C. J. Walker's importance in American history. I can. I can tell you that Madam CJ was ah, a standard bearer in our household that my mother used to inspire my siblings. And myself, too. Strive to be the best that we could be. And so I've always known her story. But was interesting is Her legacy is known. In African American culture, but not really by the masses. And she built an empire for hair care for women of color. Black women actually and She was the first self made female. Ah Millionaire in this country. Did your mother used Madam C. J. Walker is hair products. No, I don't even know if they were still around. Then she basically we. We had nothing and Madam C. J was born, You know, humbly as well. And she was ah, woman of of Of purpose and That's what my mother used to motivate us to, to be the best that we can be to reach our potential on DH. So I've always known about her, and I've always I felt that her story was Germaine to who I am a zoo, black woman. So if she not only did hear growth products she did other here products. I think she made hair Straightener Tze on cosmetics for African American women and so like when you got to Hollywood Did you feel like that was still an issue having good hair products for black women getting good makeup on sets getting good lighting from in the movies if you have dark skin Absolutely. I remember one of the first jobs I had. Ah, I you go to set and expect to be made up and there was no makeup for me. And from then on, I always carry my own makeup. But I don't have to now, but I definitely carried my own make up two sets. And yes, it is still pervasive that women of color Have to have someone who knows howto light them. It's something that we struggle with. Within the profession met him. CJ Walker, as we heard described her as having had a Cain versus Abel relationship with her hair. Did you ever like struggle with your hair? And did that affect your Feelings about your chances of becoming an actress. No, my mother. I grew up in a household with their six girls in one boy. So my mom, I used to love to watch her. Washes style, my sister's hair. And so she taught me how to do that. I didn't have a Kate enable relationship with my hair I do now because I'm so used to other people doing it. Yeah. But I didn't back then. I want to ask you about the clothes that you were in self made. It's set in the early 19 hundreds and you start off as you know, a washerwoman who launders the clothes of white people. And you're wearing those kind of like floral patterned house dresses. I think they were called you. No telling what it's like to Dress as you dressed in those clothes. Well, if I'm going to be 100% honest, I've done a lot of period pieces, but they were in the sixties or the fifties. I've never done anything from that earlier. Actually, I didn't realize that I wouldn't like the costumes. Ah, I I don't mean the style. I mean the The fact that women had to be so covered up. I mean everything the gloves and the long skirts and the petty coats in the hats and for a person who He's claustrophobic. I didn't realize how close if the costume ings would feel, especially with corsets on and all of that. So the clothes were really constricting in a way that I did not enjoy. They were beautifully beautifully done. But I I was not a fan, and I understand brought burning. I would say. Of course, it burned and petty Kodai would burn the petticoats. Oh, I mean, it was just a ridiculous what women had to wear and the stockings in the little boots. It was a lot of clothes. Listening to the interview I recorded last March with Octavia Spencer. She's nominated for a best actress Emmy for her performance in the Netflix Limited, Serious self made. Inspired by the life of Madam C. J. Walker will hear more of the interview after a break. I'm Terry Gross, and this is fresh air. This is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with Octavia Spencer. She's nominated for a best actress Emmy for her starring role in the Netflix Limited, Siri's self made inspired by the life of Madam C. J. Walker. She won an Oscar for her performance in the help and received Oscar nominations for her performances in hidden figures in the shape of water. You grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, and Ah, can I ask what year you were born? No, I'll say 1975 around in that, okay? What were the schools like when you were going to school, and we're their books that you read? In your formative years that were very influential for you. Well, I actually was dyslexic or am dyslexic, And I had just Ah, love hate Relationship Ri with reading and it was my first grade teacher. Who actually second grade teacher who really changed my reading career because she introduced me to mysteries and The hardy boys in Encyclopedia Brown. But I was actually Encyclopedia Brown because at the end of the encyclopedia brown books, you would always have the clues. And the way she kept me engaged with the narrative. She would always say You have to pay attention to everything because you don't know what is going to be a clue. So my deductive reasoning skills were developed, um, breeding mysteries and I now have a great affinity. For mysteries, and it was because of my second grade teacher was Bradford. That's such a great story. You know, I've spoken to several actors who have dyslexia and I I was wonder like, how do you manage to memorize your lines? When you have dyslexia. Well, I'm auditory Lee inclined. And so I record all of the Other characters in the scene. I record all all of their lines and leave space for mine, and that's what I do all day walk around, I walk around and hear my own voice cues with their lines. So it's basically I was raped in front of you so that you could read them. Yeah, if if I go up on the line, Yes. I always refer back to the script Got to see. So you're walking around with the script in your hand, ready to fill in the blanks and correct yourself, if not exactly, Yeah. If it's it's lie out routine. One of the issues that you've fought for in Hollywood is equal pay for women and equal pay for black women. When did you realize that you weren't getting the same amount that white women doing the equivalent work? We're getting Oh, that was a parent from the start. I mean, you could tell you, Khun, tell What an actor gets by what they receive on the sets. No one's actually going to tell you what they make. But you can tell. I mean, we all knew because They all What happens is when a When a Ah, when they're putting together Ah, Production. They would cast the male lead of the white female lead, and then they come to you, and it's like, well, we've given out all of our dollars. So here Here's Here's the change. And that's that's usually by the time they get to you, you know that there's very little money. And I just knew that I It wasn't going to take that. You know, much longer, especially with what I've been able to achieve is an actress. And you know women that I've worked with Viola Davis, Taraji INTs and Jada Pinkett Smith. I mean, we all talk and we started talking numbers. And realize that there definitely was a PE Ah, dis avenge that women of color receiving with regard to pay on DH. You know, we shared information and we all learn howto. Speak up and say exactly what we want and dictate the terms that we need it in our negotiating process..

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"c. j." Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on WDRC

"And he's like, you know what have C J call me I'm going to, you know, tell him that he's going to get to talk to Batman. Right. So I said to my son, you know we're watching him and I'm like, you know what? You're going to get to call Batman tonight. And so he was, like, Really? And I think he was maybe seven or eight. And he called, you know I had Adam's home number and I called him. And he's and I put CJ and he's like, C. J, This is Batman. How you doing, buddy? And I don't believe you. Yeah. Oh, yeah, because he had already sent CJ. Some photos, you know, signed to him and things that C J has in his room and I have a bunch of stuff about from from him as well. So he knew I knew Batman and Ah, it was great. He got to talk to Batman on the phone. He talks still says there was such a cool Cool moment. This is the kind of guy he was. He was just such a sweet man. Yeah, as great. All right, Well, we're listening to Big town. This is Edward Polly, starring in the chill of death. Let's go back to March 29th 1949 for the conclusion. Dismal place is not at the sun's gone down. My house is cold. Because the swims all around the lambs side whenever I crack picks it to place if he can't stand the cold. Be safe. His rivals and enemies. Price and a gangster pays for his brief hour in the sun. And I'm not being ported his heating plant broken down. He's outside thinking with.

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"c. j." Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on KSFO-AM

"50 in eastbound direction between Ponderosa Road and Shingle Springs Road. We have a vehicle that caught on fire over to the shoulder and traffic is passing by in the left lane, CHP officers and the fire department handling this and you're travelling on bark so far so good. No problems to report. It just doesn't feel like summer without an ice Cold Coca Cola in your hand, stopped by your local convenience store today and grab a 20 outs bottle of Coca Cola or Coca Cola zero sugar or pick up even more delicious refreshment with a 20 ounce bottle of diet Coke, Sprite or Fanta. So no matter how you soak in that summer sun at home or on the go grab an ice Cold Coca Cola today and enjoy Section that was holy God Gosh, nobody does it better. We don't want another incident Hero. Good. Yeah, It's such a bizarre apologized for that. Alright, Go, go White people require Armstrong and get ready. No, I just walked in the room. Do I smell like hotdogs as faras? You compelled not aware of it. And I'm not that close to you. I'm not getting a percent more on that later. Live from Studio C. J. R gently lead room deep within the bowels of the Armstrong and getting communications compound And today pump up the music like this is an intervention party. Under the tutelage of our general manager, conspiracy.

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"c. j." Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"c. j." Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on KNST AM 790

"S. C. J. Evans St the owner to ease if he thinks what's happening at his restaurant illegal the short answer is no I don't I don't think it's illegal it's we're all adults congregating we wanna Congaree I contacted or a valley police they said they were monitoring and no citations were issued the officers did drive by to make sure the politically vents remain peaceful I appreciate it I mean I think at this point in time how long things going on I think that's the correct step there's more dangers more criminal activity going on there congregating for business stake in political beliefs and as you can see at the rally is over I did speak to the candidate earlier today and he told me quotes the government has no authority to tell Arizonans in local businesses what is essential and what is not a central there you go good for Danny McCarthy is right is on the same wavelength is Andy Biggs right there about I I didn't call and say we should do this a I believe it was the Tucson trump Magen beat up Nadia leads them she's great they they want to do that Danny was there they just ask if I would take part if I wanted to go said sure and you know I'll talk about it I'll be there because I'd love to see my listeners and you know support of business and it just it it grew it was great it was great I love it want to make sure any kudos to or about please again for not you know any you know being unconstitutional in all issuing citations or eating lunch so stupid kudos to O. V. P. D. for that N. N. it was peaceful despite a repeat this again some trumpeting jackal shows up at the beginning before Ellie Punnett got there and yelled F. trump started screaming stupid things trying to get food I guess it will be too long I don't know with the yelled something at the people that work there but then he just left he's leaving he said F. trump again somebody's put a bullet in his head so he said this with this guy said that was not peaceful park and nobody attacked him nobody accosted him and it shouldn't happen you know what that's we don't we don't do that the other side does the violent attacking not us not us okay so thanks very a very fair report I but I appreciate that it's hard to find a good host Allie potter over KVOA we will continue we got to get to what pelo C. said about Joe Biden and his his sex assault allegation it's not looking good for them not looking good at all no no no and we'll get to the hypocrites they hypocrites are trying to tell us how we should live because of this Chinese a virus Jimmy Kimmel also Jimmy Kimmel S..

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"c. j." Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"God knows yeah the you know what I used to do. J. When my first grandchild was born whatever she come over some. I'd spend a lot of time with just like that. Have her on my lap and Where she loved more than anything else was. We'd listen to music and we had the you know like the graphic equalizer you know on the screen you know. Go with the the music right and it was Is called firestorm or something collars and it and it was really cool and one of the ones that my favorite that I had up and we would dance like that and she. She got a beat. You know that's how they learn to give up. You know that's a you know it was. It was fun. I really enjoy B. B. I. Being grandparent we're going to be doing a lot of. I'm glad to see you guys go through this. This is fun. There knows a lot of fun and we dance almost every night. They well you know it depends. It might be beneficial t tour or not depending on how much rhythm you got. Are you been better at it for you? Messing her up. She jacked up the rest of her life or what not. I was C. J. Danson. I think I'd pay for that channel. The Go ahead the guy that you were talking about. The has had understand so so SADA's necessary in wood chips because it provides a medium for the mushroom mice helium network to grow through so having a layer Assad us and this is also going to be like a no till operation. I I will not let this ground up After I get it going because I don't want to hurt the My Celia Network. There's actually tests where they've put in radioactive isotopes Like into somewhere in the ground and then with nitrogen for example. And then you know the next day. The radioactive these isotopes are picked up to three hundred foot away. 'cause my Celia network actually moves the nitrogen to where it's needed an sickly moves it. Yes it is. It's amazing. They got these things where these trees thing inject. I Dunno if was an radioactive thing or like a die inflicted area the roots of the tree with some kind of nutrients. A tree wants to uptake and five six minutes later. Able to somehow see this whatever it is in the top of the tree. I forget the study. But it's amazing how Just like that movie Avatar. I mean it's there's a lot of truth in that even though it's fiction You know peace. There's like a lot of troops in how nature works and we just don't really understand how nature works when you have. You Know Government Crop Subsidy Program Subsidizing monocropping which is not how nature works. You can't go anywhere nature into see one you own species grow for acres so what we're doing is growing multiple species so I found a source of sawdust and wood chips from I got two neighbors that have cordwood processors so they take like big twenty five thirty foot log on long oak and maple and whatever logs and they put him on this machine and a scholar. One guy's got a sixty two inch saw blade on it. That's like almost like five foot things huge so he can cut like a when he can literally cut A almost three foot diameter log with his cordwood processor and he does a thousand cores. Accord is four foot by four foot by eight foot You know one hundred whatever. Twenty seven cubic feet and thousand quarter year. And he's got a mountain saw would is like you can just have it so I got one. Guy Has a quarter mile down the road. He's got you know not a huge mountain but he's got a bunch and I got another guy who's five miles the other direction he's got this mountain of Sawdust so to guide is five miles up the road. He's got these big dump trailers and live bottoms. And I'm telling them how I got like a one dump truck and I'm GonNa come get some Sada's from him and he's like. Why did I bring you? You know? Eighty five yards at a time. He goes make spot. Where my semis? Not Going to get you know stock and it's level and these can raise dump body not flop it over and he's like I just bring it all to you so Yeah get your sawdust off my property man. Who Am I GONNA put this? I'll tell you getting all your would. He needs a place to dump it. You go over here homes. I got place for it. Yes I got a couple of local tree. Companies that come in Just dropped me off logs randomly and I got a spot all set up for him and the guys kind of know how to do it. And you know every once in a while. There's a car in a way but but they're cool. I got A COUPLA. Our alternate sponsor to put the Log. So yeah definitely you know not having to pay for your firewood. Your logs really helps in. You know I twelve acres here and my neighbors love very friendly with as forty two acres got baby get little fussy so anyways and mom just a phone call so anyways we got We have a well easy. We have You know A good network right here. We got a good group of people and you know everybody's You know wanting to help out. But yeah the saw the bio char the wood chips. The Hey is gonNa build some really really good soil and it gives a fun. You'll bio char gives gives A good spot for microbes to grow in Sada's and bay okay. Well might have to meet me for a second..

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"c. j." Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on TechStuff

"Describing. This technology will also require us to examine a couple of other sets of standards that affected the graphics that displayed on old. Cg Systems C. J. had big limitations heck compared to graphics cards today. They seem absolutely stone-age the CJ system could support for different modes officially but clever programmers figured out ways to boost. This will get into that. There were two text the modes and too graphic modes for the CGI card. The I text mode supported four bit color and could display up to forty characters per line with twenty five lines making up the total screen space. So twenty-five like you could stack vertically or you could stack forty horizontally across the screen the Pixel aspect ratio. One to one point two. But what does that mean? Well these pixels are not perfect squares. They were actually taller than they were wide with that ratio of one for width to one point two for height this would mean that the visual resolution of the screen was more like three twenty by two forty in actuality it was three twenty by two hundred so why the three twenty by to forty well because the pixels were longer than they were wide. If you were clever with the way you create your computer graphics it would seem almost like you had stacked more pixels vertically and you could take advantage of things and make a picture that had that sort of look as if it was a resolution of three twenty by to forty however if you needed to cut things short and the ratio just wasn't working for you it would become a detriment not an asset. However if you do the math you'll see that this means every character onscreen with eight pixels dedicated to it. And here's how I did that. You just take the resolution with. That's three twenty pixels. You divide that by the number of characters that could fit on one line for merits forty characters across so three twenty divided by forty. You get eight. The same is true vertically. You can have twenty-five characters stacked from top to bottom on the screen and the vertical resolution is two hundred pixels top to bottom two hundred divided by twenty-five so each character and the adapter supported two hundred and fifty six different characters could use eight pixels for display purposes. The four bit color part also needs explaining so a bit is a single unit of computer information and we represented as either a zero or a one so that means a bit has one of two possible states. At any given time you can think of it as off or on zero or one. We have four bits for four bit color so that means we can think of having to the possible number of states per bit raised to the power of four. That's equal to sixteen so forbid color could support sixteen different colors total not all at once but total like that's the number of colors. The display could show in text mode. Programmers could choose a foreground and background color choosing from those sixteen premade colors. In addition a bit for the foreground color could be dedicated to make the character blink. So you can have blinking text in the foreground. The blinking bit. The bit responsible for that blinking. Command was re purposed for the background color. And it's served as an intensity bit instead. Intensity essentially means how dark or bright. That particular color happens to appear. The second text mode was an eighty by twenty five four. Bit Color Mode. So that meant you could fit eighty letters across in a line. Twenty five lines per screen. These letters were half as wide as the forty by twenty-five versions. Make sense right. You can fit twice as many across the screen. They must be half as wide as the forty by twenty-five the pixel ratio that this would create for a visual representation of the resolution was six forty by four eighty now in reality. Those pixels again were taller than they were wide. In fact they were notably taller than they were wide so the real resolution the true resolution with six forty by two hundred but like six forty by four eighty more programs were written in this mode because that you could fit way more taxed on a screen than you could with the forty by twenty-five mode it was less chunky but most text based programs relied on the eighty twenty five approach. If you're using a word processor or something. This was the style that you were most likely looking at that being said the resolution of taxed on a CJ machine was lower than what you would have found on the monochromatic MDA computers so there was a trade off you could have a CG IBM PC running on this eighty by twenty five text mode for a specific program. And it'd be fine. It just wouldn't be as crisp and clear as the monochromatic. Mda text specific machines onto the graphics modes. However that's what we're really interested in right. What actually made the images not just the text on these computers well the graphics mode for CJ machine had like I said two different modes to two different official modes to it was a three twenty by two hundred resolution. But the Pixel ratio was one to one point two so again. It looked more like three twenty by two forty. This mode could display up to four colors at any one time using one of two pre-selected Pallets. This is why if you ever look at old. Cgi Games they all start to look really similar. They're all using the exact same colors. Four colors the program is working under some really tight restrictions. The first Palette of colors included black green red and yellow. This was Palette Zero. The second pallet a pellet one had black Cihan Magenta and white now as you can imagine this pretty tough to create good graphics with this limited color selection now on top of that programmers could use low intensity or brightness or high intensity or brightness so that would add another variation and I've seen the same screen presented in both pallets at both levels of intensity and there are differences. Like you can get very different effect. Going from one to the other. So programs had a little bit of flexibility but not by much in both pallets. Black is color zero and color. Zero was actually customizable. You could swap it out. You could choose one of the other fifteen colors that CJ supported and use that as color zero black would no longer be used the flip side of this. Is that the new color. Would replace color zero in all of the image. So if you wanted the image to have black in it it would get replaced by whatever color you had now designated as color zero if you wanted to have green included with your white cyanogen and Magenta. Then it would mean that if you had a scene with the night sky that night skies going to be green because it would normally be black but you've designated that colored to go to green instead of black so yeah very limited however another trick. Programmers could do is leverage the way. Crt screens work. I'm going to gloss over the details but in CRT screens there is an electron gun and it paints the back of the screen with electrons. That causes fostered the glow as the phosphorus ABS electrons. But the painting is the important part. It happens at the top line. On the screen. It goes all the way across horizontally. Then it moves down a line and it does this again and it..

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"c. j." Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on TechStuff

"Describing. This technology will also require us to examine a couple of other sets of standards that affected the graphics that displayed on old. Cg Systems C. J. had big limitations heck compared to graphics cards today. They seem absolutely stone-age the CJ system could support for different modes officially but clever programmers figured out ways to boost. This will get into that. There were two text the modes and too graphic modes for the CGI card. The I text mode supported four bit color and could display up to forty characters per line with twenty five lines making up the total screen space. So twenty-five like you could stack vertically or you could stack forty horizontally across the screen the Pixel aspect ratio. One to one point two. But what does that mean? Well these pixels are not perfect squares. They were actually taller than they were wide with that ratio of one for width to one point two for height this would mean that the visual resolution of the screen was more like three twenty by two forty in actuality it was three twenty by two hundred so why the three twenty by to forty well because the pixels were longer than they were wide. If you were clever with the way you create your computer graphics it would seem almost like you had stacked more pixels vertically and you could take advantage of things and make a picture that had that sort of look as if it was a resolution of three twenty by to forty however if you needed to cut things short and the ratio just wasn't working for you it would become a detriment not an asset. However if you do the math you'll see that this means every character onscreen with eight pixels dedicated to it. And here's how I did that. You just take the resolution with. That's three twenty pixels. You divide that by the number of characters that could fit on one line for merits forty characters across so three twenty divided by forty. You get eight. The same is true vertically. You can have twenty-five characters stacked from top to bottom on the screen and the vertical resolution is two hundred pixels top to bottom two hundred divided by twenty-five so each character and the adapter supported two hundred and fifty six different characters could use eight pixels for display purposes. The four bit color part also needs explaining so a bit is a single unit of computer information and we represented as either a zero or a one so that means a bit has one of two possible states. At any given time you can think of it as off or on zero or one. We have four bits for four bit color so that means we can think of having to the possible number of states per bit raised to the power of four. That's equal to sixteen so forbid color could support sixteen different colors total not all at once but total like that's the number of colors. The display could show in text mode. Programmers could choose a foreground and background color choosing from those sixteen premade colors. In addition a bit for the foreground color could be dedicated to make the character blink. So you can have blinking text in the foreground. The blinking bit. The bit responsible for that blinking. Command was re purposed for the background color. And it's served as an intensity bit instead. Intensity essentially means how dark or bright. That particular color happens to appear. The second text mode was an eighty by twenty five four. Bit Color Mode. So that meant you could fit eighty letters across in a line. Twenty five lines per screen. These letters were half as wide as the forty by twenty-five versions. Make sense right. You can fit twice as many across the screen. They must be half as wide as the forty by twenty-five the pixel ratio that this would create for a visual representation of the resolution was six forty by four eighty now in reality. Those pixels again were taller than they were wide. In fact they were notably taller than they were wide so the real resolution the true resolution with six forty by two hundred but like six forty by four eighty more programs were written in this mode because that you could fit way more taxed on a screen than you could with the forty by twenty-five mode it was less chunky but most text based programs relied on the eighty twenty five approach. If you're using a word processor or something. This was the style that you were most likely looking at that being said the resolution of taxed on a CJ machine was lower than what you would have found on the monochromatic MDA computers so there was a trade off you could have a CG IBM PC running on this eighty by twenty five text mode for a specific program. And it'd be fine. It just wouldn't be as crisp and clear as the monochromatic. Mda text specific machines onto the graphics modes. However that's what we're really interested in right. What actually made the images not just the text on these computers well the graphics mode for CJ machine had like I said two different modes to two different official modes to it was a three twenty by two hundred resolution. But the Pixel ratio was one to one point two so again. It looked more like three twenty by two forty. This mode could display up to four colors at any one time using one of two pre-selected Pallets. This is why if you ever look at old. Cgi Games they all start to look really similar. They're all using the exact same colors. Four colors the program is working under some really tight restrictions. The first Palette of colors included black green red and yellow. This was Palette Zero. The second pallet a pellet one had black Cihan Magenta and white now as you can imagine this pretty tough to create good graphics with this limited color selection now on top of that programmers could use low intensity or brightness or high intensity or brightness so that would add another variation and I've seen the same screen presented in both pallets at both levels of intensity and there are differences. Like you can get very different effect. Going from one to the other. So programs had a little bit of flexibility but not by much in both pallets. Black is color zero and color. Zero was actually customizable. You could swap it out. You could choose one of the other fifteen colors that CJ supported and use that as color zero black would no longer be used the flip side of this. Is that the new color. Would replace color zero in all of the image. So if you wanted the image to have black in it it would get replaced by whatever color you had now designated as color zero if you wanted to have green included with your white cyanogen and Magenta. Then it would mean that if you had a scene with the night sky that night skies going to be green because it would normally be black but you've designated that colored to go to green instead of black so yeah very limited however another trick. Programmers could do is leverage the way. Crt screens work. I'm going to gloss over the details but in CRT screens there is an electron gun and it paints the back of the screen with electrons. That causes fostered the glow as the phosphorus ABS electrons. But the painting is the important part. It happens at the top line. On the screen. It goes all the way across horizontally. Then it moves down a line and it does this again and it..

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"c. j." Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"And there was panic city C. J. C. centers for disease control US break our question of when not if it couldn't be bad American shorten brace CDC urges Americans to prepare for corona virus outbreak this might be a bad the virus what are you going to do here is the substance of the story Americans should brace themselves for an outbreak of the deadly coronavirus two up in their daily lives that's a hell of all warrant Schnur twenty everybody in there you would need to be prepared for your lives to be up ended well you better be you better your life is about to be up ended do you know what that means no your life hearing up ended it means what's up is down and what's down is up including you your life is going to be up ended that's just the first paragraph let's move on to the next one it's not so much of a question of if you have this all happened in this country anymore but a question of when this will happen so the centers for disease control and prevention's Dr Nancy Meissonier reporters somebody quick find out who she donates to politically M. E. S. S. O. M. M. I. E. R. Dr Nancy CDC one of five help who she donates to next sentence we are asking the American public should prepare for the expectation that this might be bad okay how would you prepare for something that might be bad remember now there's not a corona virus shot like there is a flu shot there isn't one of those so what are you gonna do next sentence Michelle Neff a director of the CDC's national center for immunization and respiratory diseases outlined what an epidemic here could mean for schools and businesses but with a number of cases in the United States right now is fifty seven I just saw it on a map fifty seven known cases United States she said that the schools should consider plans to divide students into smaller groups or using internet based telescope like so keep the kids at home maybe don't let them go to school don't let them in the incubator now that comes up in your life it next sentence for adults businesses can replace in person meetings with video or telephone conference calls and increased teleworking options so the CDC is telling everybody right now keep your kids at home and keep yourself at home and don't go anywhere and communicate with people via face time their fifty seven cases no new cases reported cases in the United States the CDC on Monday announced I'm sorry it's fifty three I was wrong by by the CDC on Monday and also now fifty three confirmed cases of coronavirus new US including people evacuated from the diamond virus cruise ship in Japan and from the city of Hansol the fifty three cases are people who contracted the disease while not here how many of the fifty three have died it doesn't say so we'll have to just wait to anyway so the CD and now there's a market selloff the Dow was down about six hundred points now down eight hundred twenty four eight hundred and twenty five points and the drive by media is showing video clips of Donald Trump in India down playing the corona virus say we got it handled we've authorized two and a half billion dollars to get started on research and planning on this stuff Alex a czar who heads the department of health and Human Services appeared before Congress said that's what we're doing we're gotten full speed and that's what Chuck Schumer said not enough money criticize trump for not caring enough by not putting enough money at it so that's that's all I'm I'm sure a lot of people are going to be a properly concerned his night at CDC telling everybody stay home don't let your kids go to school start communicating with people on facetime or some other teleconference manner that you have that just isn't practical that just that isn't going to happen I'm back now to the the stories that I accumulated here on the panic related to Bernie Sanders the next one of my stack is by Niels damage today if the hill M. V. the headline Democrat rivals have seven days to stop Sanders rival Canada ten just a week just stop Sanders if they hope to prevent Bernie from taking the party's presidential nomination now one seven day what what is well because of super Tuesday coming up a week from today if they don't stop burning but he doesn't know how to have it happen how you stop it his current trajectory set to carry him to at least a top two finish in South Carolina on Saturday from there he looks a likely to roll through super Tuesday on March third harvesting huge numbers of delegates in California another large states it's eminently plausible that by the end of March third that night crazy Bernie will have jumped onto a delegate lead that none of his rivals can reel in especially given the likelihood that more than a half dozen other major candidates remain in the race four hundred fifteen delegates in California it's not winner take all there but if he wins most of the popular vote will get most of the delegates seven days to stop crazy Bernie so all here is the there is this nozzle French lingo there Thomas Lopes Friedman from The New York Times who believes that the United States needs to have a government more like the check comes eleven or twelve really smart people making all the decisions about everything and Friedman thinks that he should be one of the eleven or twelve because he was an Obama workshop on employment even though his expertise supposedly foreign policy so his idea is Democrats you want to defeat trump you need to form a team of rivals you know this is a take off on Abraham Lincoln's cabinet Lincoln's cabinet was composed of a bunch of people didn't like each other and some of them didn't like Lincoln and the theory was that if you have a team of rivals in there that you'll you'll eventually find the truth yeah and the and the solution to any problem because you'll you'll find a way to weed out all the all the bias so Friedman what I didn't know when I first saw the headlines know quite what this meant form a team of rivals to defeat trump if this election turns out to be just get get this by the way this is the opening sentence if this election turns out to be just between a self proclaimed socialist and an undiagnosed social path we will be in a terrible terrible places a country how do we prevent that so trump is an undiagnosed social path and crazy Bernie is a self proclaimed socialist and that's a self proclaimed communist so Thomas Looby Friedman says that's all I'm thinking about right now my short answer is the Democrats have to do something extraordinary they have to for J. national unity ticket the likes of which they have never forged before and that's true even if Democrats nominate somebody other than Sanders what would this super ticket look like well I suggest Sanders and Michael Bloomberg seems to be as most viable long term challenger to lay it out this way I want people to know that if I'm a Democrat nominee either in these will be my cabinet choices my team of rivals he said D. stealing here from Lincoln I want Amy Klobuchar's my vice president her decency experience in moderation will be greatly appreciated across America particularly the Midwest I want Bloomberg or Bernie as my secretary to treasury Sanders a secretary treasury Bernie Sanders there won't be a treasury it will be empty it won't be any money anywhere fox credible I want either Bloomberg or Bernie as my secretary of treasury our plans for addressing income inequality or actually not that far apart Bloomberg Bernie's aren't this guy's insane and if we can blend them together will be great for the country a little reassuring the markets I want Joe Biden is my secretary state Thomas he doesn't know where he is he is running for the Senate now he thinks he talked with Deng Xiao ping yesterday you want your secretary of state I guess that's to continue to cover up whatever's going on in Ukraine with hunter Biden no one in our party knows the world better or has more credibility with our allies than Joe Biden man these people have lost nobody knows nobody in our party knows the world better has more credibility with allies than Joe Biden I will ask Elizabeth Warren to serve as health and Human Services secretary no one can bring more energy and intellect to the task of expanding health care for more American than the Americans than senator Warren I want Kamilla Harris for Attorney General I want Cory Booker to become sector housing I'm what mayor Peters homeland security this guy is literally suggestion every Democrat you've ever heard of plans right now to be part of whatever administration a nominee is that's the only way to be trump and by the way folks I was not asking rhetorically let me go back through the CDC story find it here I don't remember I asked somebody to look up who does Dr Nancy Meissonier donate to well let me tell you Dr Nancy Meissonier sister our I guess brother is rod Rosenstein Dr Nancy Meissonier of the centers for disease control and prevention who's urging everybody to not go to school and stay home and teleconference all your communications Nancy messenger is it says sister is rod Rosenstein that can't be because Rosenstein's not a woman so I'm assuming it if it means brother here so there's a reason why I ask this question so you've got here the CDC urging Americans to prepare for corona virus outbreak might be bad could be bad keep your kids at all don't worry what might be bad we have fifty three cases it might be better good to stock markets plunging okay this person running this agency who does she donate to well her rather is rod Rosenstein I'm guessing let me I need to double check this because what I'm seeing here is missing a sister is roses and less Rosenstein had a sex change operation like that can't be right you about joining rush twenty four seven if you become a member that's when you can watch the program on the digital camera that's when you can 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KSFO-AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Have selected for this week you know I'm fifty nine years old but I'm still very very athletic I like play ice hockey two or three days a week you know I'm in the old P. C. J. I'm in good shape for my age I I'm in a bright I'm in good shape for my age no I keep up with the young kids everything else but it all be at fifty nine I get tired muscles get sore eight he and all that good stuff so I noticed just by taking this product for for a month we did it within a week I'm not as tired as it used to be he muscles feel good I feel like my stamina is better than a wide a just feel better than I did and I wasn't really complaining before it was funny I was starting to I feel like I was getting older now and I'm not feeling also that my feeling feeling older anymore H. Y. yeah I am but you know I feel like I'm in my forties I feel good I like I said I'll keep it up your place place play arcade games with the young like the other guys are twenty thirty years younger than me and what I you know I was able to keep up with the blade and do all that good stuff I haven't been sick early the houses been sick of me so it's very interesting good I ended up getting a cold after thanksgiving and usually it's always it always goes to my child there's never not even a usually it's just always close to my child and I end up having to go to the doctor this time I took nine of the balance of nature for two days an ex hold only cleared up I was very impressed because I have not every time I've got a cold for the past five years it goes into my chest and it didn't it cleared up right away I have to say are you know the taking the balance of nature I I've I've looked at the videos R. I. that Dr Howard yeah specially that one long three hour pre sensational what actually watch the whole thing I mean I like the science side white he you know just everything about it is is rock solid I think it's so wonderful add on yeah I have no wrinkles on my face I'm sixty years old I have also air you know I'm I'm just happy with hello yeah your product is definitely a part of it yapan really sold off the product I love it balance of nature when I first saw the commercial I I I like that might be why I had to happen welcome to our show we just heard our top success stories of the week and I want to invite anyone listening.

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"c. j." Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"c. j." Discussed on WGN Radio

"C. J. so what do you see people eating hung the train with considerable bags of chips and things like that right yeah at the party had attempted bottles of water yeah always good the board game can be found where work we find this board so it's available at transit tease dot com we are taking pre orders now pre orders to ship they start shipping on December second so the game is doing very well we're made it through now we're in our second production run will be having a third one in December so the best way right now is to reserve one online they're also available at two locations we have a store flagship store worker park and then we also have another store in Andersonville when you build a business model around utility or you know in this case the C. T. A. and and what people know about it what are some of the pitfalls we're not done with the pitfalls challenges because are you specifically going for a customer that knows it that lives it that dad rides it or is a little bit constrictive because you that's people who don't know don't care I think there was definitely balancing the perks with the pitfalls so that was where we spent a lot of time and want to make it fun and have exhilarating moments ups and downs but I do like how you do feel like you're gonna win every time you're going to beat everybody back to the loop there's something great about the system I mean anyone who rides a system and knows the system knows that Chicago is one a better system because a centrally located meaning it all spread from one place out if you're in New York City or LA that's the case LA's system is one stretch down that that's about it and the same with New York it's all over the place me a lot harder to a board game in the New York City public transit system than say the city yet yeah in fact when we were playtesting one of the games we were researching is what's called the London game then it's about the London Underground system and it is the like a much more complicated since then Chicago has and it made for a very disjointed game right a lot of Paddington hills bands like anything lanes the bus lines really helped us to use navigator cross terrain right and we have a token system so to get on the bus use a token and then to get off the bus on the train use another token so there's some strategies about collecting your tokens and using them to use create shortcuts throughout the game I love it the game can be found online you can find more information about it at transit tease dot com in studio with me tonight Tom the plants and time and Tim Gilling garden and this is of course transit tease which a great company in Chicago and continued to great work the flagship stores in wicker park right thanks for coming in thanks for talking about the game good luck with it and I think it's great and a great addition to a Chicago board came so thanks for coming in thank you.

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