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2 Florida men allegedly used device to fish out mail, mail-in ballots
"In Florida say two people were caught stealing mail and ballots from public mailbox using a contraption to retrieve them from the box boxes. Even brown reports from Broward County, Florida police in Lighthouse Point, Florida near Fort Lauderdale SE two men were found not just with male and ballots which don't belong to them, which itself is a crime. But a homemade device the officers say they used to fish. The ballots out of a mailbox 28 year old junior Alexander Cabral and 20 year old Vladimir Cabral Cueva US are being held in lieu of bond. A lawyer for one of them insist police overcharged his client and are politicizing the incident
Boston - Bill Filed To Ban Sheriffs, Deputies From Massachusetts Polling Places
"From New Bedford's proposing an amendment to the state law that deals with the preservation of order by police said polling locations by banning sheriffs and their deputies from showing up to maintain order among voters and sign holders. That bill was filed by representative Antonio Cabral. Police in Louisville,
"cabral" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Going? Everybody I M J Scott I'm your co host for the bigger pockets business podcast and I am here once again with my lovely co host and wife Carol Scott. How's it going to daycare? I'm doing well, but more importantly. How are you birthday boy because it feel? To Be Twenty nine again well plus twenty. Hey, you don't need to tell people my age. You're right. That's okay. It is awesome I'm enjoying celebrating in the traditional cove experience at home with the family. A lot of other people out there know what I'm talking about, but yet been a great birthday. Guide! Glad you're having a great birthday because we have a great guest and that's an awesome. Spend the day. Yup, absolutely, yeah, our guest today is fantastic. His name is Eric Cabral. He's actually a friend of ours. We've we've worked together. A whole bunch over the last couple of years and I'm really excited to have won the show, so eric is well. Let's. He's all kinds of things. He's a brand expert. First and foremost, he is the founder of multiple related companies including a company called. Called on brands, which is a podcast network consisting of dozens of really great podcast podcast. You guys are probably familiar with, and he's also. The founder of a company called pod Max, which is a podcasting events company that brings together podcasters and guests to create just this amazing content ecosystem, so on this show Eric talks us all about the value of building a strong network. He talks to us about branding and his four foresees of building an amazing brand. He talks us about how if If your podcast, you're out there how you can improve your podcast, and if you want to get started starting, it started podcasting. He talks about some amazing tips for getting started as a podcast and make sure you listen to the end of the show where he tells us a really funny and amazing story about how he. I don't want to ruin it, but it's about the birth of his second daughter, definitely worth listening to at the end of the the episode anyway amazing episode with. With with Eric. If you're interested in PODCAST, if you're.
After a mixed open, UK stocks on the rise
"Kind of a mixed open and now we've got some pretty nice well fairly solid gains certainly in London the footy is up nine tenths of a percent more than fifty points right now six thousand and ten the cat Cabral is only up two tenths of one percent the dax is only a third of a percent but the ibex in Spain and the forty minute in minutes Milan Italy both at six ten seven tenths eight tenths of a percent so you're seeing some decent gains around the perimeter as well as in the
"cabral" Discussed on Your Own Magic
"Can Learn to expand or dipoto into a variety of different skills and it really is phenomenal to spend a little time. Maybe dedicate twenty minutes thirty minutes to simply just trying something new. I mean why not especially during this time so again that's skullshaver dot com for its last year of magic. I will indeed be talking more about that MED episode. Oh what a wonderful way to wrap up the introduction. I'm about to approach a waterfall Allow you to listen as I segue into the episode. Did you hear that? And now I believe it is time to let the magic begin with Dr Steven Cabral. First of all. I've actually known about you since I think it was two thousand seventeen. I was living in a while. I was listening to like I love. This guy's message wants he has to say and then about end two thousand eighteen. I realized I might have leaky gut. So guess what I did. I went to enjoy out of your podcasts. I bought some equilibrium. It was really helpful..
How to Become a Masterful Interviewer and Podcast Host With Josh and Erik From Onair Brands
"Guy so I guess we're GonNa talk about your to set this off right. I've got Eric Cabral and Josh. I've got his last name against him. There y'all work of Josh. Carry with me and these guys are the While. Eric you started on air brands. I correct than Josh joined you. Yes on brands is our media agency which started roughly two years ago. As a result of answering the question for our clients and the market How do I get a logo? How do I get a website? How do I then how to inch I in turn make all of that Worked in social media. So that's what we really did for our clients. A lot of them were real estate investors. Because I am a real estate investor and then it slowly evolved into podcast production creation Which we partner with one Luis Diaz and then there's also the aspect that morphed into podcast creation and production into podcasts events called now a new company. We created called pod. Max Yep yeah that's that's it in a nutshell and it's pretty cool because what we do is give people a platform invoice and opportunity to shine and it just you know. It's a whole abundance. Mindset it just you know. We're we're successful because you're successful. Yeah exactly and For me what I WANNA bring you both you guys on here today. I I fall is funny because twists will who were just talking about listened with. She tagged me and one of Josh's posts and she sees like I don't know this guy but he's doing some podcasting and then you should connect with them cool so I reached out to Josh. And that's how we hit it off as we cannot connected So shout out to twist for that. She's in this group but What I want to bring you guys on here for a you guys been doing podcasting. You're both you both. Have Your own shows you both successful at it and you are able to use the podcast as a platform to grow your business. Build your brand and essentially develop network developed connections with people who are essentially business partners. Jv's or just good friends. So I think you guys are doing it. Right in that aspect. The second thing is with pod Max I like you got something about the concept house like. This is amazing because I think it's something that people want. I WanNa talk about that a bit too. And kind of what that's evolved into and why and why people should lean towards of this event or lean towards events like this in the future to grow their their awareness online so To kick things off. You said YOU'RE A REAL ESTATE INVESTOR RIGHT. Eric before right still are still still You know Hopeful that This is all going to be good. Yeah you see the interest rates drop you the day I mean. Yeah that's a good thing. Go Bill Barlett shit ton of money. Yeah Yeah we've seen this happen before and it didn't boat out you know didn't work well so but yeah. Yeah Yeah. Of course. We're GONNA talk about Corona virus here and there. It's kind of everywhere. So the writing's on the wall is going to be interspersed throughout this conversation but I guess first question is you guys both are involved in podcasting lot. You know a lot of podcasters whether they're in real estate or not's what are some of the things that maybe you can give me the eighty twenty some of the things that Uc podcasters who are doing. Well what do they do differently When near maybe when they're like when they're interviewing guests or when they're on other podcasts. You guys were a lot of people who want to get on the PODCASTS What are some of the things that the best are doing differently? Maybe from the the normal the average people. Well I think what it always comes down to is Perhaps you've heard why do people tune into a show? It's for the host to embrace understand that concept. They don't show up to the guests. They don't show up for the topic or the theme they show up for the host. So what does that mean that you have to be your best? You have to become your best. You have to bring your best. That may not happen overnight. I learned this. You know really the hard way after spending forty plus years in hiding showing up not as myself seeking approval trying desperately to get anybody and everybody to like me want to hang out with me. Turns out that doesn't work nobody cares. Nobody is attracted to that so until I made the definitive decision to say I gotTa Change. All this sharp is my best. My Best ECOMMERCE best through the podcast medium. Which is why. I adore it and love it. I now attribute it to really saving my life at my business but you have to realize you have to grow yourself to show up so to answer your question directly what are the good host doing. They know that this is a crap. They know that this is a profession and they know that this is something you can improve and get better at with work and effort training and education. So you have an know that you are the kind of person on the Mike that people want to be around. And if you're not you're not but you have to work every day to evolve and grow your cells and learn about the industry so you can perfect your craft and everything that's involved with it. I love that. That's so true and it reminds me of a I want the for shows. I actually listened to which was Michael Steles our social media social media marketing or social media examiner. He's such a good interviewer. I don't care who is interviewing 'cause I know he's GonNa pull that what he needs out of them he's GonNa pull out all the good stuff right. And he's such a vicious vicious but like he knows how to control the conversation so that. I don't care who is interviewing because I know I would get something out of it because just 'cause how he shows up on every single interview so that's a great point and people listening if you want to go check out that show go to. Michael sells nurse type in that. Name S. T. E. L. Z. And your And you'll see how he interviews but that's a great point Josh. I think Sometimes people rely on the host or they rely on the topic and I know that there are not hosting guests. And I've done that in the past shirt and it's a great reminder so for you how did you change and like how did you things you did to bring more energy to kind of like reinvent who you were to improve the podcast. Well it's a very. It's a very good question. There's a very good a very specific answer to that what we're talking about because it's all about you and your persona and your personality. This is all about your likability. Do People like you. Do they want to be around you? Are you attractive in the literal sense of the word? Do you attract others to you to want to tune into Wanna. Listen to one time you either are or you aren't. The good news is that you can become so for forty. Plus years of my life I was not attracted. I REPEAT. Held people through all of my insecurities. Yes we all have it but to what degree. I was knee deep. I was depressed. I was sad. I was anxious. I was insecure. Nobody wants to be around that or should say the white people don't want to be around. The people are going to help you become your best. WanNa be around that show. I found my why it was my two adoring children that I have today made showed me that I cannot in will not spend any more time being that person so I stepped up. I took full responsibility for what was going on and I said this is on me now. I want a different outcome. I have to be a little different than my actions so I started changing. All of my bad habits. I started figuring out how to enjoy who I am and slowly but surely strip away those insecurities show up fully evaluate honestly who. I was what I was doing and who I want to be in order to attract the right people so it starts with an honest assessment of what you are doing. That is just not working. Take one non habit. At a time I had many small medium and large start removing them. If you can't figure out how to duly signed the reasons I'm your why you should and want to do it in start doing it. And seeing the result that is huge that you'd Eric The amazing and save and one thing giants look. They were forty men. He looks great for fifty seven retirement. On I'M GONNA be forty six this year which is quite absurd are the same age actually So here's here's the call. I'm sorry Eric. Although we're not your two years old in two years we're not tired. There's a time when we're only one year apart like three days of the year but anyway So Josh Amazing at really getting people to identify and craft their message and then also he's I love to go we call him the doctor internally in our team in our company because he really goes to work with his clients and he goes to work with individuals and really in a therapeutic way he he could really really get deep and help you sort of identify some of your hurdles and then maybe leverage those hurdles for your show and for your
"cabral" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune
"Girlfriend. She was very sick back. Would you consider yourself a good soccer player? I consider myself a good athlete and I can do every Lots of sports well. But I'm never gonNA be like some twenty year old run circles around me but you can control the ball. Yeah yeah that's awesome. I'm the best the best board. I'm really good tennis player. That's my best really. Yeah we never even seen me play tennis. I hurt my shoulder a couple years ago so I'm not as good as I used to be but I still good tunes played. Oh my God I loved. I used to play all men when tournaments dizzy sat. Is that a person. No I get oh I thought you said us in a league with mostly like ninety eight percent of them were men amazing. Yes that was fun very cool. Did you play in college? Where did you play? I mean a small women's College I was like division three right like you know. When my best friend played for purdue yes she was and she won like state in California or something like back to kill me but I I was. I hold my own right. I love playing some fun. I like tennis because of the skirts. And because I love my tennis courts like mom I need lesson because huntly this boy. Huntley played and he was like so hot and to this day honestly. Hotly that's right. So are you still coach? 'cause you said you moved to La. Do you start coaching. Not The Sports Star coaching tennis at Leslie went to Lizzie conferences. A student has I moved here thinking. I was like fucking tough shit. It was so hardcore coming from New York and I went to school in Indiana so I was like music. Nerd music major. Oh no so. That's why I moved to New York to pursue ultimately musical theater. Yeah I thought it was GONNA be a Broadway Star and back then. This was two thousand one. I'm aging myself. But whatever and the early two thousands television is not what it is now right. There was like ten shows on and everyone in New York at that time poop who to L. A. And Act does very serious right so I was like this you know. Tv's for the birds and did a couple things in L. A. But then I wasn't booking any like Broadway shows. I did a couple of workshops and I got close to a lot of things but the bottom line is like I have a very good voice and I'm a strong mover but I'm not like Broadway like showgirl material so I started really. I was already teaching this whole time. I was teaching. I started nannying instead of working so much and then I got into commercials. Yeah and I started looking a lot of commercials big commercials that paid me a lot of money all of us. I was like Whoa. Yeah what is this world? What does La gas that was here in New York? Sorry that was guy and then my husband who is just my boyfriend but was like I need to move to. La For work for his work because a very successful food companies are six years left the modeling industry and did food. He basically started making of model. I mean working night. He had this amazing organic granola snack. His shoots it was way ahead of its time it was like. I'm free and all nuts like all this stuff and I did really well at target and Costco and Walgreens and Walmart like across the country was like actually very successful company. And that's why we moved here because he had to start producing it in the Kelloggs factory picked it up and he was started making like amounts of this granola. Yeah and I was like okay. I guess we'll go to La because at that point. I was like maybe tinkering with TV. This was in two thousand nine and I was like. Maybe there's something there and then I moved here thinking I've already booked all these commercials like whatever I started auditioning and like no one cares. They were like you're no one yet but I did. This doesn't like no one cared so then Brett Greenstein did you ever. Have you ever been for Brenton Daniel Colin and Daniel Greenstein? Whatever they're casting. Yeah they were like you're really funny but you're messy to go to lesbian on US and learn how to clean up your jokes like how to be sharper. Basically right and I'm a nerd and so I was like what's what's this. There's a place that can teach me to be funny right and I took that class very seriously and within a year was on a show like I feel like I learned very quickly and I did my intensive in two thousand late two thousand ten and by two thousand and eleven I had booked a couples co stars very small and then a guest star and then I booked my first pilot in two thousand twelve so it was like a pretty quick tournament but like right if you look at the trajectory my life like I had already been graduated from college for ten years. It wasn't like quick to me. It seemed like forever but I had lived in La. Yeah for not that long. I DID LESLIE CALLING FOR TWO WEEKS. You all the time. I feel like she takes responsibility. Prayers Watch the funny thing is it was too structured for me. Because I'm a stand up when I get hired. They tell me to make up half my scenes right so it's like well you know we shelby toes gone through their. Andrei like a lot of standups through there to learn how to translate your stand up to yellowish yeah. Yeah for sure. Yeah but yeah. I remember having to have the meeting with her. She was like Sawsan me up and Oh yeah she's she's amazing but also the worst best and the worst and I remember when I had my meeting with her she was kind of she was like you need to lose some weight and get some layers and maybe some highlights because I was straight up. I look like a nanny like I was wearing lots. And like I was not okay like I was and I and she was also like. You're more of leading lady than you think I think got. She was like you think you're more of a character because I had come from the New York theater scene where loved dive into these scenes for weeks on end like terror. Departures gotta learn the material overnight. Make some choices and she was right. I'm not that I'm I emily. I'm more of a leading lady than I am. My character actor for sure and she was right about basically everything coming here I got some highlights start wearing jeans and a push up Raargh. Oh that's pretty much what it is. That's what I start doing. Yeah and some want you know it is what it is but you've got to look like what they see they see was one thing. Yeah you can't come in looking like something else or you're acting camp something else right. Yeah very true to who you are. And that's what people expect and that's what you book. Yeah I was kind of walking. In not the way that they saw me and that's fusing because it's a medium of images quick as they make a decision on you very quick. Oh Yeah I learned that when I was booking pilot that I sold sure right right when someone walked in the door if they were right or not go. Oh my God. I didn't realize it was so well. And that's your point. It's almost like just meet me. Don't make me say your words because you're GonNa know if you like me anyway. As eventually like onset you can get someone to say your words will cut and paste and make it work. But if you're not the person don't bother right that's kind of how I feel about pilot season in general and all of this big song and dance but now that you know the how to teach you helps you lot with auditions Arkansas. Yeah like I have a break it down. I know how to break the scene down. I also just know like what they want and I know how important the words are and I also know what's not important like I think. Sometimes people worry too much about the words and they're like in their head about like. Oh I said this is like no. It's more about are the right essence. Do you bring the right thing to the character. Do you understand what this characters going through. Understand where they came from and where they are going to in the next scene right also like his people. Don't think about now not at all and also the bottom line is whack like who knows. It's all changing. It's the wild west right now and the kind of like what you're saying you're doing your podcast. You're doing this. You're doing that. Like people are kind of doing and creating and everybody's a million things because nobody knows what the thing is. It's going to be the thing that gets people to watch your thing and how the thing even the people that have the thing cares right. How many times have we seen that? People are so obsessed with a certain thing and then a couple of years later they. Where did they go? We also fun added a college show this past weekend and they rattled off my credits. Whatever she did this Jennifer Aniston just filmed with Jennifer Garner. And she did this. Tv show this TV show. They don't care they go. What Youtube Star you worked with So it's just youtube out for the younger folks but it's my friends with like eight year olds or ten year olds and I don't know if that's the that's not called L. but like they all watch instead of even net flex or whatever they watch like these channels on Youtube. You watch their favorite people like. I don't know what they're even doing. And they are obsessive with the Youtube. People are making millions of dollars. We're just trying to work towards trying to work it out over here. Do you have an ultimate goal lake anything that you want to accomplish? You haven't I would like to remain prevalent and important in the world of television for many years. I'd like to have a very long career in television. I'd like to have a career like Julia. Louis Dreyfuss or Muskogee Day. Where like you're either on a show for a long long time or just keep going from show to show because. I love the medium of television. You're inviting people into your home. Which is a very intimate space. And I'm a nice fun person and I think I bring that to television and I'd like to keep doing that. Yeah and I think eventually I'd like to create. I've pitched before the nothing's ever sold but like I'm kind of new at that. I shouldn't say many times. I've done it three times. And now I'm in this world of animation with undone Which is this new show doing. Amazon? And I feel like that's a really interesting space where we're just kind of discovering wrote a scoping in particular so. I'm hoping to like make my way into that world also and keep creating voices because I've always loved that and this is not voicing it's actually my acting and my person and then they home runs. What's actually not at all animation interesting? But I'd like to get into that right. Yeah and I'd like to be at the place where I have my own like pod and I'm bringing people in and like meeting with writers like hashing things out and just becoming more of a creative force I think for my children and myself just in general like to them not always waiting around for someone else to hire me why creed amount content but I really just want to make money. A lot of money burned that success can say from experience your delightful per song as fortunate to be friends with. Yes so you guys are so so lovely and thank you for having me on this podcast. Where your instagram? What's your hand? My handle is honestly Cabrera. Just my name. My twitter is my same thing I think my facebook is the same but like I'm really bad at facebook them until you write a check out an instagram. Especially because she like ends two stories all day like it's like a television show truly it just keeps Jack's fully entertained we always DM back and forth. Yeah you so much. We appreciate listening. 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"cabral" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune
"Welcome to another episode of sincerely fortune. It's fortune and Jax. Yeah we're back and today is a very exciting day in the sincerely fortunate world because we have my good pal here. Orange Elite Cabrel. You said it right. You can set. It rang. We'll put the close look. Good I like that and honestly you already know. We did life in pieces together. He did for years for years. You're the you're the in the main cast and I got to pop in and torture you as your roommate. Doug some of my favorite episodes are the ones with you like. We had so much fun. It was a blast. Everyone love Dougie. I was on there for four seasons in my mind. I was in like fifty up in a lot more. I'll be on film. You were basically a cast member pressure. I loved it so much. There's been very few shows who have written for me as well as that show. Yes I agree with you. You got really good stuff on that show and they. We had like several recurring guest stars. But they really liked you and the fans really liked you and they loved dynamic. Dougie dynamic with me and Matt was very fun it was Su- meaty stuff. I guess most times when you do a guest are on a TV. Show you come in. You do a senior to you. Don't really leave much of a mark and they would give me great scenes. Oh Yeah I mean. There was a point where people were saying. Dougie should have spin off. I know like what happened. What what first of all what happened visas and also what happened to the spinoff. No totally. I've been a great show. Everyone would have watched that show. I always say this to people but you know Jackson from Michigan. And every time I go to every time I go to Michigan Litter. I could be in the most obscure town in Michigan. 'cause like her grandmother lives in a small people. Come like or like even more people come up to me out of nowhere like they come out of like bushes trash cans. Dougie the restroom. They pop out of like thin air. And Go. I love you in life in pieces crease? And I'm like what am I wasn't i. I was in Italy and people. I think they were on vacation. I don't think it was Italian. But they will be our in all over Europe really I. Yeah they were coming up to me and it frigging Italy famous out of the show. Go.
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"cabral" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"We have very little control over when people decide to upgrade now people only want to go through the pain of upgrading something when they feel motivated and the feature set is strong enough that they can start taking advantage or really make their lives easier and other ways by upgrading so it's really about kind of educating what's in the new releases so that people feel like they want to take advantage advantage of the coast effort building. You mentioned going to the database conference and presenting this paper. Tell me about the state of the art and distributed database development. What are the the newer conversations the newer algorithms. What's the the hot topic in distributed systems database design these days there's tons of great stuff right now? I really liked the a conversations around Chile plus. Not that's newer anything but those specification where you can kind of prove the behavior of your system by writing like a system suspended like that's that's been really great. We've been doing that across many features and starting to kind of play around with us in different areas in Mongo. DB and we're really really excited excited about that and there's also this concept. I think it's Peter Bayliss paper called probabilistic staleness again. I think it's it's like seven years old at this point but we're just starting to see some implementations and the wild and that's pretty exciting in like in production systems which is great it does take time to move from academia to products and it's cool to kind of track concepts over time well. That's for sure is especially. I mean it seems like a recurring recurring feature in Leslie Lamport S- inventions where you know he came out with Paxos than it took like I don't know five or ten years or something thing for it to actually be recognized by the software engineering community and then kind of the same thing happened with T. l. a. plus he invented this thing for verifying defying your distributed system and then just nobody used it for a long time and then finally somebody started using it at Amazon and then more and more or people started using it and it sounds like you're using it now you have a work the world works in a weird ways so T- La plus that's for verifying that specific distributed systems characteristics of a system work the way you think they do. Yes exactly what's an example of of how you've used that so one of the ways that were using it right now is to verify off log application Asian so that when secondaries are replicating the operation log or applaud that we're confirming that they're replicating and the way that we wrote it right the way that we expect so kind of making that more provable and kind of building out these proofs across kind of smaller components distributed system and like proving the pave savior at a granular level across the board okay last question how will Mongo. DB change in the next five years oh in so many ways days and some of those are going to be hard to predict sitting here today. What mob is GonNa look like in five years. I think that we will continue to try and solve golf problems that people are having to hack away at an application development today right so our goal is to take away all of the things that are not beneficial to having having the team work on away from the APP teams and into the system as a first class citizen. We don't want you to have to hack around targeting notes yourself. We want to build something that you can write a query and then world route to the right now. It's right like those. That's conceptually what we want to continue doing. One of the interesting things that we're looking at now is around how to minimize your P. Ninety nine like you're P ninety five latency relate and cities and make it more predictable that you don't get stuck with a bad node right L. A. Slow performing note today people do that by targeting multiple nodes owed in their application and surfacing the results from the fastest node right. This is a concept called hedge streets. We've seen this in Google Amazon. They've released. Some papers is about it. We WanNa make that a first class citizenry. We want to bring stuff like that into the serpent. That's just an idea right but it's fun right. These are fun problems uh-huh that we can bring and ultimately make make it so that developers don't have to build it themselves. Alec Abroa- thank you for.
"cabral" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"API which allows you to associate some number of operations with session and causal consistency on by default meaning that all of those operations executed within the session or now L. Causal a consistent as a guarantee if you specify the right durability and read isolation as well so we kind of try and make it intuitive in the API's islip people don't have to think super hard about it while maintaining the behavior that people love in their current applications okay so is that to say that this is essentially essentially an opt in consistency feature four sessions. Yep exactly so sessions API on by default but you have to write a session and your application okay interesting what example of an application that would want to use that session API so there are a lot of interesting the use cases for sessions the sessions basically allow you to group any number of operations and that you're doing so you can say these three rights these three we read within a session and basically they're like logically happening in sequence. That's what the API really outlines for user so people who you want causal consistency guarantees but don't know the term causal consistency you would use the session. Also sessions are what we built. Our multi document commit transactions on top of so people who are doing multi document transactions would also just leverage the sessions. API and last causal consistency to in do you have a maybe like a a higher level use case that comes to mind like an application level use case just to make tangible for the listeners yeah absolutely absolutely so for example of posting. Let's say I want to post to a review site so let's say that that I perform a right which is a new review in the system so from the application perspective accession is associated with an application and stints and really with a user an end user for that application so in that session I might I post the review which is a right and then read the new score of the new like like aggregate score of the thing. I'm reviewing so like let's say I gave it one star and there's two reviews and the other one was a three star now. The average rating has gone to two right so I might do an immediate read right after to update that average rating so any kind of sequence of events that need to happen for I'm a user's perspective could happen in quick succession within a session how security factor into implementation of causal consistency yes. Sousse so this was really the thing that we had to expand upon from what we are learning from academia and one of the things does that we found pretty early on is that if you have a malicious client that is incre nting time too far in the future at some point. It's going to overflow right like it's a let's say a sixty four bit. ENERGIZER DOT is incremental now. If someone in just does a malicious client or malicious node just increments that time by saying oh I applied a right at this time which is like the Max time minus one and overflows the system meaning that that counter can no longer be incremented while that means that no rights can happen. No modifications affiliations can happen in the system because updating logical time is on the critical path so I talked about a malicious now but this could also be amiss configuration issue right right. Let's say that I wasn't managing the system properly or made a dumb mistake well if I accidentally incremented that time. There's no going back right. There's no giving me more time time only progresses in the system so we really wanted from a security perspective to prevent people from making a mistake or maliciously updating that time such that basically the counter would overflow and then no rights would be able to happen in the system right we she didn't want that to happen and the way we did that was without sacrificing performance was signing key ranges of time and only only the primary of the partition..
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"What are some general principles that you learned about implementing and applying distributed systems when you were working on causal consistency well as you mentioned the beginning distributed systems are incredibly hard hard and most application developers don't want to spend all of their time thinking about distributed systems so it's super important into that behaviors are intuitive but the strongest consistency guarantees often are the weakest performance and the the performance characteristics are incredibly important to a lot of developers as well so it's been really tricky to manage the trade off of performance and the behavior that makes developer's life easy and that really has been something that I've learned a lot about and and continuing to evolve my understanding on as we go through and build new things I can imagine because if you're changing the engine of the airplane while it's in flight which is essentially what you're doing by changing the consistency or improving the consistency model at a low level if you impact performance at a low level that could really have some problematic downstream impacts because Mongo. DB large user base so how do you ensure that that doesn't happen. Yes so it can be very tricky because the the obvious answer like the easy answer is out of new KNOB and people can opt into it. The problem as we just talked about distributed systems are hard. No one wants to think about these problems really hard if you give them a knob knowing we'll come right. No one's going to use the KNOB so we have to kind of think about how to make these concepts accessible in a way that makes sense it's from an API perspective now with causal consistency what we did is we made it the default for any sessions that are opened in the system now. We implemented lamented the sessions. API at the exact same time we've implemented causal consistency so there wasn't pre existing users that were expecting certain behavior of sessions and are are now broken because they've gotten tax lower right. That's not how this sue worked in the system so we introduced the sessions..
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"Partition and it's completely opaque to the application. The application makes no changes. The router is the thing that's updated. As has we change the chunk locations or do a chunk migration we can dynamically change the location of these chunks as soon as you add a new chard and it will be completely. PAEKTU application right now as we're talking about the Mongo. DB cluster itself self managing the locations of different chunks of data. We can start to realize that if arrate is issued to this Mongo. DB cluster the cluster is going to need to figure out how to manage edge the consistency properties of the data. That's getting written to the database and here we can start to talk about the implementation details details of Mongo. DB's consistency so a distributed database needs to be consistent. One Way to maintain consistency see is through a clock system. Can you explain the role of a clock system in maintaining consistency. Yes absolutely so clocks are funny and distributed systems where any node at any given time may have a different notion of physical time so whether I have a machine and a MEA versus North America versus in Asia. They might all be configured to have roughly the same time but but in practicality maybe there are off by five seconds..
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"Don't forget all at once. Put a little bit of a pinch of himalayan see salton. If you want there a squeeze of lime you get some electrolytes ed rejuvenate your body flush your body with water and that's going to help as well but it also will help you stay satiated as you're beginning to change your nutrition too so i think those are great. Places says i just start and if you have any questions i'm happy to do follow up on that to fire nation this fascinating to think about but we were the middle of the food chain for tens tens of thousands of years tens of thousands of years so you need to think about that process and to me that's fascinating and it just makes so much sense when you realize how we've developed over all this time and a few things i definitely want to highlight you should be trying to get to sleep a couple of hours after sunset fire nation. Hopefully you're feeling tired of that time. Because then guess what you can arise with the sun you can wake up and you're going to get a start to the day that vitamin d that went on your face and then hydrate hydrate great hydrate. I mean if your water game is on point game changer for so many reasons detoxing all that jazz and i'm just so proud of what dr brose creating. I mean the rain barrel. Effect is the book that you need fire. Nation needs to be dog-eared underlying e._d._b.'s sharing concept's up's thoughts and everything within with your loved ones. I mean you want your loved ones to have that life extension that you're going to have by following these principles and i mean just the cherry on talk. Every single dollar is going to charity so you're essentially donating to charity by getting a book that you absolutely need this chock full knowledge that you need to win the game of life when it comes to your health your energy all of that so dots dropped so many value bombs give us the one major takeaway. You just really want fire nation to get from our entire conversation any final call to action you might have and then we'll say goodbye <music>. So one thing for me is that everything is solvable. I mean i had some of the worst. The worst diagnosed diseases out there but what i learned is that they are diseases are literally literally a collection of symptoms and we don't like to hear that but really that's what they are so once you start to not label yourself as a victim of this disease you can then work on that mindset said that will if it's simply a collection of symptoms in symptoms are caused by an underlying factor. I can figure out what that underlying factor or factors are in begin to solve all this mystery and entrepreneurs some of the best people at this because they have the desire to have the passion to figure out problems and this is why i'll tell you right now. No matter who you are you can in well you can and will become well again as long as you don't give up. That's honestly it because there's an answer to everything and and so i invite you to run the function lab with a local integrative health practitioner folks from as in dr oregon do that at equilibrium nutrition dot com we shipped labs nineteen countries entries all over the world but the fact is that this information is out there seek it out search out and begin to implement it and this if it does not work for you within the first this couple of weeks. It doesn't mean that it's not working. It just means that it needs to be tweaked and refined a little bit think about everything you do in business. It typically is not a success directly out of the gates but you're on the right track so just refined the diet refined. The supplements refined the sleep work at little by little as long as you work the <unk> the process that don't oh give up. I'm telling you right now. You will become well again. I honestly believe that so. Thank you john as well for allowing me to share this message with your community. It was truly we my pleasure and fire nation. You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with you've been hanging out with dr c. J. l. d. today so keep up the heat and if you head over to eofire.com just type cabrera c. a. b. r. a. l. in the search bar his shown us page will pop up with everything that we've been talking about today. Links to everything we've been talking about today but again final call to action the rain barrel effects. It's got to be part of your arsenal. The cabrera concepts concepts. Go check it out. Subscribe listen pick and choose the episodes that make sense to you and equilibrium nutrition dot com. That's where you can go to order these tests to get what i use every single day by the way which is d._n._s. Daily nutritional support. It's this vanilla or chocolate your choice powder that you can just gets you can consume and it's giving you so much and i don't even wanna actually get into the details because i want to go to a second here on what that includes and then and the fruits and vegetables powder as well fruit and vegetables just that combination. I just know that i'm starting my day right so i know i kind of just <hes> propped up out out of the blue but can just talk about those two products real quick and why they're so important for entrepreneurs like myself absolutely and one thing too is maybe someone listen. They never end up running. One of these functional medicine labs you can at least begin to give your body the nutrients it needs on a daily basis and that's crucial is crucial to make sure that if you're not well then you get them to help to heal if you're feeling well so that you stay healthier longer that you don't get you stay disease free so what we did was and this is after many many years in research into what we call ortho molecular medicine which is the study of vitamins and minerals and how they affect the body and simply looked at it like this is. You're not supposed to tell your body what to do. I honestly believe that to this day so if you work with an integrative health practitioner dr whatever it might be and they get you well. It's only that they put your body into <unk> position position to succeed. They had nothing to do with you. Getting while i really believe that the more i practiced the more i see this. So what i look to do is help the body get rid of the overgrowth of the toxicities and then i'd give it these nutrients that i know that it needs the b. Vitamins the vitamin c. I mean humans are one of the only creatures that do not endogenously make our our own vitamin c that means. We need to get it on a daily basis same with vitamin d unless you're getting it from the sun. You're not getting it so. I see all these people in the summertime low in vitamin vitamin d. How is that possible. They say well. It's the summertime how low in vitamin d well the low in vitamin d because they're wearing clothes. They're not actually getting anybody on their body. So what we do is we have. This thing called a foundational dacian protocol and the deal nutritional support powder that you were talking about is every vitamin mineral that your body needs also add the electrolytes for energy. The daily talks talks factors for your liver. Your liver is this organ of the right side of your rib-cage that filters all of the blood in your body every six minutes we never think about it and that's a good thing because it means it's functioning well but it needs support it needs vitamins and nutrients in what's called sulfur based amino acids the things that come from like broccoli and those things to help it do its work so we give you all of those does not a mega dose but at a normal dose so that your food can still be the source of your nutrition but this is a failsafe to make sure you're never short on these nutrients and and then also something called the daily fruit vegetable blend that you're alluding to we haven't unflavored version than we have a crisp apple version which people are loving and the reason why i'm glad that they love of it because here's why it's twenty two organic non g._m._o. Fruits and vegetables that allow people even if you are getting fruits and vegetables in to get twenty two different <unk> types and that enables you to get another couple servings of fruits and vegetables every day so you get the best of whole food nutrition organic fruits and vegetables without the sugar and then we'd get at the best of functional based medicine so this is what i came up with this in a way for someone like my parents. My parents are just not going to eat them all. They're just not they just refuse is to and it's okay. I've accepted that it may be upset for quite a number of years because i want the best for them but he said if they can just make a smoothie every day in the morning with some wild blueberries throwing a little bit of spinach if they want and you know their favorite nup note blended up and then take the daily nutritional zapata put that in there and take this daily ritual blunt lease. I know they're getting everything they need and so <hes> if it works for them. It's gonna work for both people in that you for a while. We made sure i love it and by the way crisp apple for the win. I haven't actually he told you that but i got my first one like a month ago and i'm pretty obsessed with it. I am taking a ninety day trek around the world and i actually and this is true stories. Well all fire. Nation bought a new pack back a new backpack. I went from twenty five mil leader to a forty five milliliter because and i am absolutely just adamant this is going to happen because i want to take enough daily nutritional support and fruit and vegetable powder with me to last me for those ninety days so i i literally got a new backpack because that's all we take one back back each on these worldwide treks do we do and now again ninety days and so that's the reason why i got that and it'll be packed full of those things because it's part of my every day routine fire nation for all the reasons the doctor go brawl gist shared and steven stephen. Thank you for sharing your truth. Your honesty your genius your value with fire nation today for that brother we salute you and we'll catch you on the the flip side. Thank you so much. Hey fire nation. Today's value bombs were brought to you by stephen and successful entrepreneurs the accomplished.
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"Tom slash fire once again. Ziprecruiter dot com slash fire ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire dr cabral. We are back and the end. Let's talk about reversing the process of entrepreneurial burnout breakdown for us. It's a lot like what you spoke about his urine looking to individualize a a plan for yourself and if not gonna talk about an overall macro-plan so the the best thing that you can do always for your health is to discover what is it that you're either deficient in that means you are possibly missing the precursor to neurotransmitters vitamins minerals essential essential fatty acids amino acids etc all right so all all that's great you look at all of those deficiencies and then there's also the toxicities and those would be heavy metals like aluminum. That's in your tap. Water could be chlorine in your showers. If you're not using shower our filter floride so any number of things that we can get into our body. The average person leaves the house with a hundred bean exposed to one hundred twenty six manmade chemicals just before they leave the house in the morning there over seventy seven thousand manmade chemicals the united states alone at least fifty percent of those we know cause cancer so this is not something that we have we can put our head in the sand about anymore. It's just not we have to not be afraid of it but simply no. This is what we're up against and that's why it's our the job to simply. Take back control health to look at what's going on so you know it's it's my opinion that if you can you'll run these labs and just like you said if there's anything to work on don't get upset. Don't get worried about it. Everything is fixable and we'll go and work on those things but the big thing is that the top four causes of death breath our heart attacks or cardiovascular disease strokes with high blood pressure type two diabetes blood sugar this regulation in cancer. Now all of those was really can be controlled through lifestyle. Cancer is a little bit of a wildcard right. It's just how do you know if you're exposed to pesticides and this that and the other thing but we do our best. I mean that's why we we just simply do our best and we can't worry about daily basis but you can absolutely look at your omega threes jeremiah's sixes you.
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"Hormone namely cortisol it actually starts to decrease progesterone levels but estrogen levels stay normal so even though estrogen looks normal suggestion is low and you get all of the symptoms of high estrogen without even having high estrogen so this is just a finite amount of data that it just spoke about. I didn't talk about gut lab testing it and talk title mega mega sixes people ask all the time. Do i need omega threes. I say i don't know let's run the omega six omega three tests and i tell you for sure not only if you need a or not but the exact exact dosage and type based on your body so it's an incredible form of medicine that people simply are not aware of every twelve months fire nation i take the the big five tests that dr cabral recommends and then we go over the results and then what do we do after reward results. We plan the next six months out of what supplements. I need what i need to be doing. Highland might need to adjust my diet etc and then at the six month point. I take one two maybe even three of those big five again depending on what we're keeping a closer eye on and and then we adjust tweak and we keep doing ford until i go and take the big five again at that next twelve month points because fire nation you need to keep your finger on the pulse close as you're moving forward in this world in right now at thirty nine years old i feel healthier and younger than i did at thirty five when i started working with dr brawl because of doing these things because of taking these actions and just becoming more aware of everything that we have in this world from air to water to you name it it's so important and so critical that you start now and fire nation we'll be talking about so much reversing the process of entrepreneurial burn out the one thing that that you can do every single day to improve energy hormones and mood and so much more when we get back from thanking our sponsors. We're all striving having towards different goals. Maybe your goal is to get out of debt or quit your job or take your existing business.
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"What is shaking fire nation. J. l. d. here with an audio masterclass on dissecting the underlying root causes causes of disease to drop these value bombs. I have brought my personal mentor. My personal functional medicine doctor dr steven cabral cabral. He's a board certified. Natural path functional medicine in integrative health practitioner and is the founder of the integrative health practitioner institutes in equilibrium <unk> librium nutrition fire nation today. We're gonna be talking about what causes entrepreneurial burnout. Why aren't people talking about this more. How can you test for and potentially even reverse verse the process in one thing you can do everyday fire nation to improve your energy. Your hormones your mood. You are not gonna wanna the mess this one thing and we will be dropping all these value bombs as soon as we get back on thinking our sponsors successful entrepreneurs take advantage of tools. Does that do things more efficiently. When it comes to hiring the tool to use as zip recruiter and right now you can try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash fire. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash fire ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire the one funnel away challenge from click funnels support you from i'm day one day thirty to help you get your funnel live in just thirty days joined the next one funnel away challenge for just one hundred dollars at e._e._o. Fire dot com slash funnel. That's ill fire dot com slash funnel. Dr cabrel say was up the fire nation kinney and sheer something interesting about yourself that most people don't know it's great to be here. Thank you for having me on excited for today's conversation and if if i was not a doctor of naturopathy i would be an archaeologist. It is a it's a career that i always wanted when i was a little kid and a believe it or not though i really i feel like i'm doing kind of modern day archaeology with natural medicine so i'm getting the live it out but for sure i'd be somewhere or egypt or you know looking for fossils and things like that. If i wasn't a doctor of naturopathy man i know a decent amount about you..
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"A lot of times we've been getting a lot of patients, you know. Can I take this hemp oil can I take the CBD oil in sometimes other things are put into other herbals or other supplements. So I always ask the patient. You know, what is what's included in that? Product and drug interactions is a good point. I went to a recent continuing education seminar about this and there's theoretical drug interactions. But we don't have a lot of data. So and even the information that's out there. It completely depends on like this study what the dose was or what the concentration, so it's really it's this area. We don't have a ton of information. But it's definitely up and coming, and we are getting a lot of questions about the the part. That's a bit entertaining. Or you know, there's a little bit light lightness of the year for this one is that I had a conversation while the doctors, and because the fact that we're so close Vermont and people can go over there and visit the the shops in the stores and bite, and then they come back here. And now you're having conversations about marijuana with the older generation the younger people that are telling them the perceived risks or benefits are informing them about. Which is fascinating to me. Because for years. It was always the other way around and every state has different laws in. Vermont you can go and get I'm your medical marijuana. You can buy, you know, brownies or candy or things. But here it has to look like a medica- medical form. So so yeah, again, every state's different. It gets kind of the key thing is is that this is a conversation that you can have with your doctor, and it's a safe in a good conversation. Absolutely. It stays within the doctor patient confidentiality. I know some people have questions about that. Let's move on to the other study. We're looking at here. And that's the quote starts out with people should know of medications. They're taking to treat their diabetes could lead to serious cardiovascular harm. That's what the lead author of Northwestern University study that looked into two types of insulin to drugs that are commonly prescribed to treat type two diabetes. And I know that you've done some research, Dr Cabral into type two diabetes, and that they're actually could be some medications or prescriptions that are out there that would be beneficial for heart disease patients, potentially. Yeah. This is a really hot topic. Right now, looking at kind of the overlap of cardiovascular disease and diabetes because cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in patients with type two diabetes. So it's really important to control when patients have type two diabetes. We want to make sure that their sugars are controlled. But we also want to make sure that they're risk for cut. Vasko disease is minimized. I didn't see the study until you sentence me. I thought this was really interesting. It looked at those second line anti-diabetic medication. So we know for example, the first line medication when someone gets prescribed are gets diagnosed with type two diabetes is typically something called foremen, and we know that that has cardiovascular benefits in the last couple of years. There are these new anti diabetic medications that actually have cardiovascular benefits. So we're seeing this shift right now that you know, cardiologists are our interests. Sted in starting these medications and patients, even though it's a diabetes mad, but because they have decreased they lead to decrease heart failure hospitalizations. They lead to decrease cardiovascular deaths and potentially decrease in heart attacks as well. Okay. So there was actually an interesting study to that showed. It was a small city in Connecticut, but it showed that patients the diabetes or three times more likely to see a cardiologists than actually an endocrinologist. So I thought that was kind of interesting that maybe as cardiologists if were more, you know, aware of looking at the patient's diabetes, and how how they're being treated, and if they are controlled or maybe adding some of these new medications on to help, those cardiovascular benefits, kind of interesting, this is one of the the growing areas of interest that we have at capital cardiology, diabetes, obviously because it's like you had said it's kind of a pathway into heart disease and other problems in trying to nip that. It in the bud bus. We, you know, a lot of that is lifestyle and folks are getting into type two diabetes, not because of genetic risk factors, but bad choices. It was we're trying to prevent that. And then sleep study that's another area that we're getting into all of these things that might seem like out of the realm of your heart. But it's all coming back to that central unit. That's a great point because the risk factors for type two diabetes overlap with risk factors for cardiovascular disease, hypertension, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, physical, inactivity, obesity, those are all risk factors credit vascular disease as well as diabetes. So it does it makes sense to kind of look at the whole patient. Not just wondering we're looking at the heart, and that's it and finally at the latest heart health fads supplement that we're following this year is Hawthorne. I did not know what hearth on was either. Until I read a couple articles about it. But it's basically shrub that dates back to the first century. It was reportedly I used a digitally to treat Harkin. Editions and exile. And there's been one small study about this. This is that it could help people with chronic heart failure in than they would become more active like all of their of the organic supplements are nutrition, you know, things that are out there. The real concern is always the possible interference with real heart prescriptions at your prescribed and any other interactions that could happen there. We need to be careful with some of these agents just because there's not a ton of medical evidence. You know, we have I actually use a natural database, right? Can look up all sorts of herbals and vitamins and supplements. And so when I looked at this one up because I actually haven't heard too many patients taken this yet. But when I looked at up there's a whole list from you know, it's used for the cardiovascular conditions said it also can be used for indigestion and diarrhea and tapeworm. And so that's that's typical when you look at these herbals. They can be used for a variety of things that might be because somebody took it that may be had that in. They're like, oh, well because I was on this it helped head being. Okay. Yeah. But then you also then the next place, I go is I look at what are potential side effects or adverse effects, and that's again, a huge range from mild transient affects abdominal discomfort nausea dizziness headache, migraine fatigue. And there was a a huge list. And then I look at dragging her actions, which for me, that's one of the important points. Again, not a ton of of large studies, but indications for example, Hawthorne, Ken, potentially block platelet aggregation, which means that can thin your blood, which means if you are also on a blood thinner, whether it's aspirin an anti platelet an anticoagulant taken Hawthorne with that can increase your risk of lead. There was also some information Hawthorne, Ken lower. Potentially but pressure and heart rate. So if you're on any medications that also do that you're going to get an increased risk of your blood pressure heart rate, go into low Hawthorn said they can cause of dilation. So if you're on a nitrate, which vizo dilates opens up, the arteries, you know, that's a potential interaction. So again, be careful if you're interested in taking some type of over the counter herbal call your healthcare provider. Call a pharmacist, I'm just the double check in and know what to look for. We're not saying you can't take this. But just be cautious informed. If heart health news is important to you..
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"Two thousand sixteen. Okay. Wait, wait. Wait. How am I haven't tasted that? Well, it's just been released. I am. So sorry. Yeah. It in a concrete him for. And then I aged on the lease for like fifteen months, and then I bottle it. I hold it in bottle promised the year before these are very austere dry style truckin recycling that I I think go really well. I can't wait those winds that I think is actually more expressive and and more. Food friendly than even Chardonnay, and I've made a lot of Chardonnay my career. So recently is is my new passion. So until I could get Mike to sites I grafted in planted sites in two thousand fourteen is leaving Williams volume. And I knew I wouldn't have grapes till two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen I wanted to at least get my hands wet a little bit from refilling side bought about a ten and a half from the Yakima valley on the eastern side of mount rainier in Washington. Yes. And it's just beautiful. I I'm really excited about this wine and Bob we need to take a quick break. But please don't go anywhere. Bob Cabral rockstar winemaker continues to fill our glasses right after this. Chef Jamie Gwen here. So the.
"cabral" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"After that and then a young age he knew his life would be dedicated to helping others rebalance their body and renew their health doctor cabrera has been hired by three hundred health clubs while miss clinics holistic centers training studios and by other health professionals to improve their training programs and services on this episode with dr cabrera we're going to discuss digestion immunity energy metabolism hormones mood anxiety and depression with that welcome to the show dr cabral dr steven role we go i think sometimes it's lord i battle with this going back like okay we asked the guest introduce themselves like that's going to but at this point how would you introduce yourself i mean bundling an all in to concise like who the hell are you right it is hard to fully explain because if i call myself a board certified about the doctor then people the next question is well what's the naturopathic doctor so typically i tell people that the doctor is someone that goes to school to learn about medicine but the last two years what happens is they learn about vitamins and minerals and deficiencies and talk cities and they use natural base modalities not just nutritional supplements but actual lifestyle versus going off the other route which would be pharmaceutical based so what i do is i help people with whatever it is whether it's weight loss wellness antiaging we find out what their deficiencies are and we find out what their talk cities are essentially removed those talk cities and replace the deficiencies rebalance the body and get them while again oh my god i gotta come in.
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"At least three more palestinians have been shot dead vice rarely forces on the fifth consecutive friday of protests along israel's for defied frontier with gaza palestinian sources said that more than three hundred of the people had been hospitalized suffering from gunshot wounds or the effects of teargas the largest of today's demonstrations was near khan yunus where a few protesters crossed into israel after cutting fence wise more than forty palestinians have now been killed since the weekly protests began in march abba have announced they have recorded their first new music since one thousand nine hundred eighty two a statement from the swedish group revealed the recent return to the studio had yielded two new songs at least one of which i still have faith in you will be broadcast as part of some weird hologram based virtual reality to plan fillet to this year an actual too is believed unlikely despite these scarcely imaginable fastness of the sacks of cash which would be on offer for such an enterprise and the wildlife photographer of the year competition has disqualified category winner upon learning that the anti featured image is stuffed and therefore neither wild nor life masiaka browse delicately lit picture the night rated the picked it an anti to setting about a termite mound on a reserve in brazil however it was pointed out that the creature borei startling resemblance to a taxi specimen installed at the entrance to the park mr cabral deny subterfuge and claims to have a witness who will back him up it could not be confirmed as we went to where whether or not the witness goes to another school and you wouldn't know the this is the monocle daily.
"cabral" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Kind of made it sound like maybe it is maybe it isn't so how's the crowd well as as a little white boy i tell you i now there is a lot of african american people in the feeder percentagewise 75 percent saga which i mean it was lamda series i was wondering i want to see the moving you know it is it was it was chill known was yalta me for being there it was it was very civil no were wasn't civil atlanta now they surprising think about what should know about atlanta nicknamed hot lanna opd predominantly in african american city that's you know not a big surprise so imagine what would happen if you had a soldout theater of people waiting to see black panther but black panther didn't play this actually happened in a theater friday night seven thirty p people waited in line like ari said for hours theater is packed and instead of black panther coming on the theater accidentally played fifty shades freed oh no somebody had there somebody had their cabral phone how will the movie came on and listen to the reaction hello oh people were disappointed they eventually got it fixed about fifteen minutes in but again imagine if you took your kid to that all right here we go black panther we've been waiting for this movie i love these superhero movies i got my family with me and then fifty shades for he comes on all fantastic um coming up next we will have a sports update and we've got to address fergie during the national anthem last night oh while now i don't think it was the worst rendition i've ever heard but man it wasn't good so we'll talk about that coming up here in just a moment but first let's talk about casper mattress can you imagine get into test drive a car for like a hundred days or break in a new pera jordan's for like a hundred days with casper mattress you can do that you can break in this mattress and if it's not what you're looking for you will get your money back and you can send it back for free because if you're anything like me you hate the shop yet hate to go out i don't care of its.
"cabral" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And and i think you know yesterday is probably help again he because personal cabral several here including in overtime would the chance to win it again to team that you know now good to cardinals are going to be but there were certainly vulnerable you know certainly there for taking and then forty irish he didn't do it and then obviously come back and allowed to heal the could touch down in all of that but um yeah i mean you know there's there's a lot of different ways you can say it you know growing pains or you know nobody one way or just nodded bill you know not having the ability to make big plays he'd need but obviously there's a lot of frustration and you know especially per cow sharon had so much so through the coordinator that is definitely not something that is used to very much so and you are start loo i mean this is probably going to talk about with every week there were already looking around the league who the other winless teams are the new york giants which i can't you know fathom that the la chargers and they have all weird deal going on with their own situation then the cleveland browns and just kind of it were already thinking in about the draft can you believe that i mean i know you know everybody wants to see this team improve but it's all about the quarterback it's not going to be brian heuer probably not gonna be cj battered but i mean if your couch shanahan and john lewis is that you know taken of at least one percent of your brain i would i would say per share lien probably not for john lynch it has to do it ordered his job you know and i'm not doubt that anybody wants to team to it's now i don't know elected turn kanki i mean except for you know that it create some good ponding and we can all kind of have some fun but it but you don't obviously that not with teams are are trying to do um nobody wants to lose nobody wants to go over sixteen or one in fifteen or whatever it is part of the john lewis whose job is to say i want the best thing that could possibly happened by team on the field while also preparing if it doesn't so i'm sure that while team.