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Fresh update on "casa" discussed on Up Gunners NG
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"casa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Dissecting Webflow With Digital Marketing Specialist Lachlan Kirkwood
"So this episode armed joined by kirkwood luck is a digital marketing specialists based knee may in brisbane and much like may as background working across tech startups and digital agencies. He's responsible for utilizing the latest digital marketing strategies to enhance conversion outcomes. Luck also runs. Click truro platform to help digital marketers. Connect with jobs they love. I love the idea of that because there is much quake out there but it's not always loved doing so i love that idea lachlan. Welcome to the episode. Thank you very exotic jumping boom crite. Sorry laughlin has the company web flow. And we're gonna pull apart web flow from the outside from a market his point of view we look at what we love what we hate what we're curious about. We don't understand what we think to better and we're going to see if we can work basically web flow from the outside what marketing is doing it. Also a little bit about the that whole space about web design and non code and everything behind that and that movement so lachlan for those people playing along at high. Can you tell us a little bit about web. Fly before we dig into it. Yeah absolutely so. We're pretty ubiquitous right now in the tech industry. It's pretty much interrupting the whole no code. Move it on over the past couple of years and it really has been in the past twelve months that no codes taken. The wolves stolman essentially. What occurred is just tools that allow you to build products without having to actually see kurt itself. So it's almost like visual programming and this certainly being tools out there for years. Things like wordpress that it'd been able to do that full people but the tools a getting won't powerful these days or you can create user accounts and just like dynamic content across websites and being around for a very very long time. Actually it's been through many iterations. I think it was in two thousand and nine found. Start working on it. But the reason. I guess it's gotten so big is because the whole creator right now is booming especially throughout covert wherever almost starting to explore what it could be to build their own businesses and people without technical experience. More in pal emba build anything in the space of a couple of weeks and the other big reason is that the tackles better so you can scale things much better on no code these days much easier to design things with custody. Assess without even having to know how to write. Css and two boys strengths. That's what they specialize in the most. And the reason i chose web flows. Because i'm actually contracting for a company called bubble and they one of the other leaders in the no code base is actually one of our competitors is that i for years have worshipped his marketing strategy. I think what they're doing is absolutely fantastic. So i always take inspiration from one day doing and try to add a little fight onto it if bobble great so this space that i love when something like no code is invented because like you said it already existed my people already using. He said wordpress. Maybe they had weeks or squarespace. And you know he wasn't given a name and then marketers and advertising and branding type people were always brilliant at taking something and then it already existed to a certain degree and then creating a little definition around creating a movement was wet flow. Did you say they jumped onto the nike. Instead of position cells around that or would you think will instrumental of really pushing the whole non code movement hit by the found. That bubble actually didn't prefer or didn't like the cut because they thought it was like another blockchain kind of hardwood before using so they prefer visual program because that is descriptive. As to what it is way floor didn't coined the term. I think the community just started giving it that night because they wanted names for like who they would not software developers but there will so people who can build software so what you call them so they just started calling himself. No code is and where floor really saw about as an offer changes to kinda mold that identity within the industry and they started using that pretty commonly throughout debris raining. They'll using i know they have no code. Which is like yield conference the no code space which the first people to coin so yeah definitely been writing that way and trying to push that as much as they can now and even a problem. Now we're really starting to embrace the whole code movement and use that within content that we share. So let's let's get a little bit into that besides just heads completely around it so people who in one sense no code is in the fact that they they built a website on wakes card but actually the designer of code starts to feel to me like somebody who has an appreciation of code all the need for bespoke but doesn't actually code the base back end. Because when i look at web flood look at their interface. It's a bit more complex. It's not it's not week there is card. You can just go in there and you can adjust by the pixel you can change something from sixteen pixels. Seventeen pixels you can. Actually edit the actual definitions is not just drag and drop is that. Is that how carter defines themselves. It's it's more than just not cutting with no card. That's almost like a simple version. This is much more. It's a bit like being vegan. Not just about not eating animal products. It's about the movement of veganism. No code is basically the vegan so the coding world further point. Do they then shout about. I don't like vikings yes. Yes and yes absolutely on the avid note of myself. And the reason. I contract bob because i was using bubble for year and eventually ended up just out the founders and often producing more full them so i guess i fit quite nicely into the digital market out. My background in tech sought ups. I can read some strings of code. But i definitely can't write anything. Hdl's probably the furtherest. My knowledge goes to. But i certainly have an appreciation for it. I know how important it is and yet there is definitely staple learning cove to tools like web particularly bubble because bubble. You're actually writing logic. You just don't see the java script that you're writing it just visually for you. But it certainly does take quite a bit on the senate and the one of the reasons that i love web blow it so much and i'm happy to dive into the sun is just the amount of content created around education for even just like on boarding people to that product is phenomenal. I think that's one of the reasons why eighty so while you let's trump strains that so what i always do. My first love of marketing was seo. That's the first discipline i got gotten. So my depot position is eight sticker dominion and have a look and look at it and kind of guys. Sixty three thousand referring domains. Thirty five million back lanes but whatever that's worth but five hundred and ten thousand six hundred eighty seven organic monthly traffic. So i'm looking at. Nih risk worth one point six million dollars worth of sea traffic right so good start but to your point you know that half a million organic keywords. That comes from amazing content and that content that goes beyond sort of someone searching for no code web design till this is about understanding the pain points of a persona and giving first and then sort of building from matt can you. You've obviously looked more at the may what what do you feel like. They content strategy is for this particular persona so it wasn't a casa Previously in haas about the found is all web flow and when they initially started a business the actual personas that they created and it was two of them that they just laser focused on. That was all. They focused on building for and the main one was a an existing software. Developer knows how to write code. He knows how sorry they know. How to build custom websites or prox- but they just want a streamline that time so they might be a freelance that might have an agency and they can only just. I'd sell that time for money. And you know the time it takes to build a custom. Product is just much longer than it is to build it on web play with have existing templates or you can just drag and drop elements so that was one of the main problems that we're going to solve the thing you'll notice on that blog is suddenly post a low content around like the industry but then may educational content. Is things like a series where they actually educate those uses. All those personas on how to better themselves. So they've got like a blog series for building Agency oil building a website with good. Seo or even if you're building a costume e stole just how to build that still but how did you first customers how to build your attention with customers how to create a u x so that way you know your conversion rate increases so they really want that cost us to succeed and i think that's why we're succeed so
Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner
"Hi everyone. I am peter travers. This is popcorn where we tell you. What's going on at the movies. And i saw terrific movie right now called the little things. This is a movie about two cops played by of all people in washington and rami. Malek in search of someone they think is a serial killer in nineteen ninety los angeles and this guy that they focused on is played by my guest today. jared leto. Who usually gives them a run for their money in terms of letting them twist in the wind deciding whether his character is guilty is he. A serial killer is he not. I've got to tell you jared that this is one of my favorite performances of yours. It's it's like a co lassic kind of movie villain that we don't know if he's guilty of what he's accused of but we know is guilty of something definite strange character but he has humor is playful. He's all those things that make you remember character. So did you feel when you first read the script. No i said what is this. I don't wanna do this. I is was actually buy those my response. I thought you know. Maybe i should explore different territory. You know. I played a kind of than the darker side of the moon. A bit and You know. I thought maybe this wasn't the right thing to do And then after talking to john lee. Hancock and i realized that there there could be an opportunity. Here's he seemed really open. I said if we're going to do this together. I'd like to to to kind of use it as an exercise in transformation to to really try to sculpt this this this wild man albert's pharma Into something quite unlike anything. I'd done before so he seemed really game And the prospect to working with denzel washington one of my heroes and then rami malek in the mix. It was just couldn't say no. And what i love about you. Working with them is that yes albert. Your character trump really tries to drive the both of them crazy and with a kind of zen deadpan. That you have yourself you know. There's i don't want to say there's a little of you albert but there's there's some of it in. Yeah sure i've been. You know you you take parts of yourself. Other people Experiences that you've had and you kinda just build this collage you know i it with. Albert's parma was head to toe from the walk to the voice. I had different color is different knows different teeth. I had some other prosthetics different way of carrying myself and it was quite exciting to put this guy to life and to really take risk and push things right up to the edge And hopefully not crossover into absurdity But yeah he is a bit An un unwittingly unknowingly zinn. He is the voice of like maybe a soothing yoga teacher or something does. There's one i don't want to spoil any platt detests. But there's one point where they both taking you to the police station in la. It's an interrogation room and the phone rings and albert says is that for me. You know quite a quite innocent with it. It's that kind of thing that he's open to sort of any moment until he's ready to spring with something that will make denzel crazy. Sic chrissy i. there's nothing more fun than you know. antagonizing the other characters in the film and for spar he knew he uses that as a tool a likes to keep people off balance off center and humor is one of the ways that he does it and it was quite fun to show on saddened to bring all kinds of different Ideas for ad libs and improv and John lee hancock was amazing. Because you know he was the writer as well but incredibly generous with the opportunity to improvise ad-lib and he really just let me go to town. Would you haven't worked with denzel rami before right. No no no. I had an an. I didn't know them Either and i mean what was kind of fun as well as that didn't do any rehearsal like for the interrogation senior talking about that was the first scene with all three of us and the first big seen it was quite intense and intimidating Exciting there was a lot of pressure and it was explosive on sad. It was it was there. Were fireworks going off. It was really exciting to get in the ring with those guys. Everyone came prepared. I think we all knew there was an opportunity there and we all took advantage of it. Well you know all you have oscars so now. Nobody can ask you to do anything. You don't wanna do right. You just hold that thing up. You can take it with you that day. You want you could certainly a casa damage with it It is a you know. Denzel washington said the other day. You know trophies the they it's like when you're a prizefighter that the belt you won the last times not going to help me this time in the ring and Is true you know you you. It's beautiful thing to be acknowledged and winning the oscar. Was you know. An unforgettable highlight of my life and share that with my family and my friends and supporters Through my life was a really special thing. It doesn't help you when you're sitting opposite denzel washington and you've got to
Tezcatlipoca, the Aztec god of chaos
"Cosmology was based on the everlasting war between light and shadow on the side of light was the feathered serpent quetzalcoatl. The god of knowledge and on the side of shadow was his brother. The jaguar tez cattle polka sometimes associated with dark magic and discord but tense cattle. Polka is not purely an evil being in the aztec language of nahuatl. His name translates to smoking mirror. And he's often depicted alongside and obsidian mirror. Obsidian is shiny jet black form of volcanic glass and a key element of the jaguar. Mythos to the ancient aztecs. Obsidian was a mysterious almost sacred. Object warriors and kings adorned themselves in jaguar. Skin and carried obsidian blades to honor. Tez cattle polka. According to some stories shamans would gaze hours into obsidian disks as a way to gain insight into the dark corners of their psyche. The closer they got to their shadow self the closer they were to test cattle polka. The story of quetzalcoatl and says cattle pope as struggle was told in a cycle of endless creation and destruction. Over the course of five ages. Each one saw different god the role of the sun. The god in the position of the sun would ultimately be overtaken by the other god and the world's population would be destroyed and recreated stories of quetzalcoatl and tez cuddle. Polka were so influential that they affected as tech politics adorned with the same job war skin associated with tez cattle polka emperor. Montezuma the second was often seen as god in the eyes of his subjects when the spanish invaded mexico in fifteen nineteen some say that montezuma assumed spanish leader her nan. Cortez was quetzalcoatl reincarnated. This was due to the fact. That cortez was white. A color most often associated with quetzalcoatl though. This may not be true. The bloody conflict between the spanish. And the aztec would prove to be no less apocalyptic so apocalyptic that dark feline god had to lend his people a helping hand or claw. Captain fernando de la casa. Found himself alone in the jungle. He could not remember how he got there. Or why and his surroundings gave him few clues. It was so dark. The young captain could barely make out his hand in front of his face. That's when he heard it. He turned and saw an enormous jaguar. Bare its teeth. By the time he drew his sword. It was already too late. For nando woke up breathless his cod soaked with sweat for the last few days. He'd had the nightmare whenever he tried to close his eyes. The jaguar was there waiting for its prey. Only tonight it felt more real than it ever had before. He swung his legs over the side of his caught his heart. still racing. Sleep would be impossible tonight. So fernando left his quarters deciding to take a walk through the empty streets of ten. No ch teeth land.
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona dies at 60
"Are expected to pay their respects in buenos aires. Thursday as maradonas coffin lies in state at the casa rosada or pink house presidential palace. In naples where. Madonna led napoli to italian league championships in nineteen eighty-seven and nineteen ninety. Thousands of people congregated in streets and in front of the studio sao paulo to sing swap stories and mourn. He was the first power figure that united the world of football says kantor everyone regardless of their nationality wanted to see him play because of his magic. He made argentina famous around the world. He made napoli famous around the world. It's very hard for any reader to understand what he meant for. Napoli the very poor southern city in italy that no one paid attention to and suddenly this kid put napoli on the map playing soccer and rebelled against the industrial north and beat the powerhouses of milan and event events. An inter. who were the more important and powerful teams not only in italy but in the and europe especially maradona hailed from a shantytown on the outskirts of buenos aires and made his professional debut with the club. Argentinos juniors when he was fifteen. I was in the stadium for his first game. Says in reggae mail. A florida psychologist. Who grew up in buenos aires. Now that's become a myth. A million people now say they were there. But i really was. I promise mel talked to his niece in buenos aires on wednesday she said the streets were eerily silent like a cemetery during the day of madonna's death but nineteen eighty six argentina england world cup quarter-final the game in which maradona certified his legend carried particular significance for argentina following the nineteen eighty two falklands war england prevailed in the military conflict with argentina over sovereignty of the archipelago. Some three hundred miles off of argentina's southern coast maradona scoring the first goal with the hand of god and the second goal being the greatest golden history. It gave the argentinians some type or redemption against the english says kantor on the world cup stage and donna could not replicate the nineteen eighty six title while he was still brilliant at the nineteen ninety world cup. Argentina lost to west germany in the final in nineteen ninety four in the united states. He was kicked out of the tournament for testing positive. For ephedrine better donnas demons were well-documented. He struggled with drug addiction. Voracious appetites before wednesday. He dodged several near death experiences. Diego had died so many times before. Kantor it's incredible that he lived this long despite his imperfections. Maradona will be mourned. The world over champions league games had moments of silence. One coach recommended that madonna's number ten be retired throughout world soccer. The vatican announced that pope francis was keeping madonna in his prayers. Undoubtedly for me. He is the greatest player of all time says cantor. He played in an era much different than today. It was more physical game. He was butchered in every single game that he played and he excelled. He had the ball glued to his left foot. His center of gravity was so low. He was just a magician with the ball. An artist poetry in motion.
"casa" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"And then like I think that you know if you're even exposing like the type of of scripts like a lot of wallets that have been around for a while like do you WanNa use legacy or do you want to use p trapped seguin or do you wanNA use native segue? Like these are things that the user should not have to know about you know it. They should just be presented with what the? Real community consensus is for like the optimal set. Of conditions for them to just be using as a regular wallet and so. That of course. Can get tricky because different users need different things. So it's like, do you build one wallet that can do absolutely everything and then expect for the users to choose which knobs in bells and whistles they're gonNA use or you know what we've done at Casa is or saying okay, we're GONNA. Build a wall at the does one thing really well, which is. Incredibly robust. Self custody and we're going to focus on that one target and optimizing the user experience for that one thing and what does that really mean? Well, it means that we. We consciously do not add most of the bells and whistles features of the bitcoin protocol because we think that the complexity it would add the confusion. It would add would be a net detraction from our various specific targeted user experience, and this know does 'cause pushback where we have sometimes more advanced users come in and they're like, Hey, man, how do I R B F This or you know how do I? Mix My funds or whatever whatever, and we have to say look there are other tools out there if you want to do that but it is. It's just not what we consider to be in the best interest of the majority of our users, the use case that we're targeting so. It's also different because you know we are for profit company we have like I said this very specific mission. other projects maybe for profit, they may be free open source software. If it's Just a we WANNA do everything with bitcoin protocol while. You know something like electron. Electron all-everything but it's not something that I would send the a Newbie to I think we have ended up with a diverse ecosystem different pieces of software that that excel at doing different spec specific things or in some cases at being the general kitchen sink of the the bitcoin protocol type interfaces. So the. Real question is, how do we convey to newbies? What is the best tool for each task and I think that's where it can also get tricky. There are a number of different websites that have sort of matrices or filters to try to figure out you know what wallet is right for you. But I think that that's still tasks that has not been really done that well, and it can still very confusing for people. Decide you know what is the best bitcoin software for my use case? and. It is very hard. We have the issue. Ourselves in terms of on ramping different parts of different people educate as much as we can and people come to us for guidance on kind of like, Hey, where do I go for this or I'm trying to do this thing technology or? Offer Project Help me do this but while it helps me do this so on and so forth and it's hard tip. With best practices or the current best software to do something for resources I I don't really have an answer for that I, mean unfortunately, most of the time we just say go to joint base you're trying to get started and that's not pushing people in the right direction in terms of. helping the ecosystem, but I'm not sure of or else to go over time and it's almost impossible to keep up with what's going on. So like what are you do other than say by Cosmo, yeah I mean the actually one reason why we've been adding a bitcoin purchasing functionality into our wallet is so that we can bypass that simple steps where you know if you're talking to a what do you want to call them pre coin or or a new coin or whatever, and all they WANNA do they want to get there I suppose is and start playing around with it then. I think the vast majority of people will say, you know, just go to it an exchange that operates in your jurisdiction and Hook up your bank account and get going, and of course, then I suspect most people. At. least. If they're looking at bitcoin just as a simple investment, they're going to treat that exchange the same way they treat their like 401k, their brokerage account, whatever they're going to buy, and then they're just gonNA leave it there because they're going to assume that the exchange has the offers really like the same level of protections that their bank or brokerage does. You know if they don't start digging deeply into the self sovereignty aspects of this system. So that's why we have added some on ramps to the Casa Wallet so that if somebody just wants to get started very easily, they can actually make that purchase and the purchase immediately gets deposited into their own self custody, and if they WANNA start out with just like a free single signature while it on their phone that's an easy way to do that and. You know perhaps over time if they get more into it, they decide to invest more whatever then we provide a. Series of different tiers that people can upgrade to start adding hardware devices, start moving or funds into geographically distributed multi sig trying to make it as easy for people to follow what I consider to be. Sort of the natural progression of. Increasing your security to to meet the the level of of value that you're trying to protect. How's it going so far? WE'LL KHAZANAH'S What's the most common good feedback. He is good. What's the most common? You know maybe not so good new area for opportunity kind of feedback she get. I mean, we have a number of different customer profiles. Of course, you know very early on it was really. Hard core. Og bitcoin types who either were not highly technical. Or they were technical but simply did not want to spend the time you know setting up architect getting and maintaining our own system. I mean this was really borne out of my own needs where I have been working in a bit go for three years and learned a lot about private key security learned a lot about multi sag and realize that I was still spending basically a weekend every year. Refreshing, updating, maintaining redistributing my own cold-storage setup. So I, I kinda realized you know this is a real pain for me to do. I'm sure that the vast majority of people are not going to go anywhere near the links that I have you know trying to follow all of the best practices that I had learned while working in the space. There is just there's so much room for improvement there that you know I didn't want to spend that much time myself. I wanted to help people be able to achieve that same level of security without spending years in the space like I had so. This is something where it's been a a learning experience. But We learned a lot just from the first few og Bitcoin who came on. Then really. Over the past year as the bull market seemed to be warming up. We started seeing new types of customers come in either people who have only been around since around the last bubble, and now you know they're back in the black they're doing well, they're.
Security awareness: How to influence others and change behavior
"So I WANNA. Let's let's get into it then. So the main meat of your podcast and book rethinking the Human Factor Cetera. Cured awareness behavior and culture. So I kind of your inspire presentation, you know several interesting things I that organizational culture and security culture are often treated as two separate things and others work can be done in linking the two and second that improvement squareness applications comes down not to I should be doing this but I wanted to do this and is my spot to do it. So I, WANNA get into some Specific case. If you have any in mind like where where organizations were able to tie security and organization culture together effectively. And also you can. You sorta like give me some examples of where people are companies were able to move from I should do I want to. So obviously about organizations that I work with and you is that will. Company Yeah Yeah. I'm sure there's a company Kodak's. Yeah, oh. Yeah. If there is now. So where do we want to start so I think the first point you make there is about a culture. So as an industry, we talk about security cultural law. Butts. At an I think eight it's a, it's a developing a culture is is A. He's GONNA help change behavior, but also helps with. It also helps when you're site in front of you know you get. Instant and in front of a regulator. and. More often not what we reported in the media is. A toxic cope culture in relation to cyber security mass resulted in this breach. So actually focusing on culture is really important because eventually we all have a bridge and we don't want to be in that Casa vacation in front of you know, a the the judiciary in regulators the courts the Senate whatever we want to be caught up in front of the committee and then basically be. Told you go talk coach so. Very, very. The one thing that came to my own research when I studied culture in some death a look to Organiz. Ation culture will McCullough birthday. Is the I think the first point is. Establishing, embedding an organizational culture trying to influence on organizational culture. Is Very very hot. It takes a lot of time in a lot of resources applied to most organizations are already. Either very proactively or Off Still. Kicking off. So pushing through projects, which takes three years, five years, ten years, fifteen, twenty years and culture. Why would we want to try and develop a separate culture with all the cost? Nova. Heads that come with that, you take it to To the board and say, Hey, you know we've got this organization culture. We want to develop a security culture in many ways what you're sorta doing saying we want something that's different. Now something potentially very difficult that they're just gonNA. Roll their eyes at and go come on. We can't even the other. Yeah. We haven't finished this one and you want to do this. The second point is I think he's quite well recognized among security profession the. One of the challenges is that are. We won't security just to be the way things are done. We don't want it to be something special. Because make something special people after respond to it, they have to you move towards it whereas if it's just part and parcel how everything's done within this organization, the values which most important to. Dak Crates. Lot less resistance. So by CREIGHTON security culture and making separate to the organization culture but sort of his country in to do what we generally know journey one, which is for it just to be called everybody does yeah I think that's the thing is you know? Catering to to to try and descending labeled completely separate potentially these are just Not Saying coach wrong I'm just saying these are things I think about. Yeah we're doing, we're just starting to sort of understand these sort of things, a separate things, and then how to integrate them. So of course, there's going to be lexical these. Security coach. You, know it's not unheard of what people is not my concern. It's the responsibility of the security team and they T- or the set in information in it. It somebody else's responsibility. Assume as you, label it. It combines people the opportunity to say that's not my problem. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely.
"casa" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Hey everybody. Welcome to another episode of Village Global Stories I'm here today joined by a very special guest curran with Era Cran. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Eric thanks for having me. Current you're the managing partner of Casa Verde capital. What are you? GonNa do what is concert a capital, and what's the story behind it? Yeah. So Casa Verde is a venture fund that is exclusively focused on cannabis industry. You know we have a thesis that cannabis is going to be and is one of the most exciting sort of investment things of our generation and we are fully focused on investing in businesses in around the industry. We closed our our first fund in January two thousand eighteen. And have been incredibly active ever since we've invested in over twenty companies. Between ourselves and our our vehicle he put you know, well over one hundred, fifty, million dollars to work with investors. Have looked at all sorts of really dynamic opportunities in the cannabis industry. You know we're probably most well known for some of the insular opportunities what's known as sort of non plant touching businesses that support the ecosystem but aren't necessarily involved in cultivation manufacturing distribution retail. But. Now, we we are a little more broad in our. In our in our spectrum in conservative invested in anything in and around this out, I wanna get into, you know sort of market map of the space today and how you think about the different sub sectors within it but before that. When he traced the evolution, a little bit of how the spaces evolved like, what was it like to invest in the space a decade ago or or was it even? When did it sort of started? How'd you sort of characterize like the different waves or phases of this industry? Yeah. No, and we've thought about that a locks I think the space has gone through a lot of transition and development over the past couple decades. So I'd say you everything pre two thousand. What's been called? Pre Two, thousand fourteen. was in this kind of vague realm of medical canvas and in some states that was very clear in other states it was very. Is Very, much open to interpretation, for example, California where on sitting for for most of the past couple of decades was a medical state, but it was not very difficult to get a medical card to be able to purchase cannabis and therefore was kind of open season. We would get on a you could get on a Zuma conference, call like this and get your get your prescription that quickly, and then you'd be on your. Way To You know anyone that many dispensaries in purchase all sorts of products. So that was the first phase of investing. It was much under the radar not a lot of taxes was paid..
Tropical Storm Gamma makes landfall in Mexico after gaining strength
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Sloths Slowly Cavort By Day Now
"Somewhere in this forest do here there are slumps. Those slots live in Brazil's Atlantic forest. If you're a tourist watching slots isn't that exciting but if you're a scientist, well, it's also not that exciting, but there's a big upside. and. So they actually great study animal. For the wild because you can click on a daydream giles field a biologist at the university. Of Notre, Dame who studies Circadian Rhythms I mean the the ecology work that I I used to do several years back in Bolivia was was focused on bird. Conservation voted? Cola Jian. You'd see some parrots and you make some notes and then they will go on even see them again for another twenty four hours but Duffield and colleagues now collect data on the Brown throated three toed sloth in the Atlantic Forest Duffield says, the slots can stay incite or even in the same tree for nearly twenty four hours. The animals are at rest anywhere from seventy five to ninety percent of the time. But they're coping with a damaged ecosystem. The suggestion is ninety eight percents of that. Forest is being depleted a lot of human disturbance as obviously roads cutting through these areas of the forest in and it means the population of Florida Florida's depleted according to New Research published in the journal Mammalian biology by Duffield and colleagues sloths are responding to that Habitat Disturbance by altering their biological rhythms. We started to say that the the SLAW SPA try merrily day active and that's encountering chew to from some of the literature on the species that we came across before. The suggested they showed Kacem neural activity, which is kind of neither day nor night just kind of across the whole board and a few studies It was totally nocturnal behavior. So this was kind of the opposite to to what we'd expected Duffield says there are few if any studies where researchers monitored slots over a full twenty, four hour period, this study did exactly that for twenty nine days because a lot of. Literature that we reviewed that associated with slow had examined only a partial twenty, four hours, and so there was some inferences about their activity profiles. The course of the time twenty, four hour period. So there was a bit of guests would duffield believes that because predators in the Atlantic forest are extinct and Slavs don't have to compete with other species for resources, they simply taken on a daytime or diurnal schedule the the. Light Doc Sonko with primary Q. and that's Kinda surprising that an animal could be nocturnal conditions. Dino. The other organisms may come along for the slow ride from the algae that live on S- laws for to the insects that live alongside the unhurried mammals. Duffield says it's not clear if the new schedule adopted by Sloughs in the Atlantic forests also affects these creatures not something. We'd love to examine the you know the. The locally system and the Associated Wilkins Winds Sloth APPs that changes readily changed that day tonight to the teenage, the survival strategies based to on the other, and so it may will be that that change or that association daytime is supposed to nine time Casa. Morality does change some of the Yoga. Assumes that associated with it Duffield's most important piece of equipment for this research may be a comfortable chair.
"casa" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica
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"casa" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Says that the whole thing was a publicity stunt and that he'd never entered the house at all There's one last legend surrounding the Casa Mata Sita that bears repeating even though it's not quite as closely. According to some locals, the US embassy in Lima used to stand directly across from La Casa to see too many the buildings more skeptical neighbors suggest that American counterintelligence agents planted the grizzlies stories in order to dissuade enemy operatives from setting up opposite the embassy for either surveillance or terrorism whether the stories are true or not Lokossa to see to has a magnetism all its own. It's been renovated recently so it's hard to know what spirits remain. It will always loom large in its small neighborhood in Lima. A new coat of paint can't cover up the stench of.
"casa" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Should guess he's step towards the dining table. Alfonso had to pull a corpse aside to even reach a chair. But. Ferdinand redirected him. He wanted the masters seat didn't he? Afonso wanted to shake his head, but he was too frightened to do anything other than follow Ferdinand instructions he passed by his wild-eyed employer and sat down. Feeling the warm splash of blood and loose visceral against his pants. Silently pray departure Mama to help him. Deaf appeared just beyond birdman shoulder her is shown with delight. Maybe, she wasn't Paci Mama at all. She was something far more sinister. Someone was breathing against his neck. Sweat trip down from his forehead. He didn't know what to expect. Ferdinand told him to try the soup. Fossils voice caught in his throat. He wasn't sure. He could speak. let alone swallow. But Ferdinand left no room for resistance or debate. Afonso took the spoon in a trembling hand bringing the soup to his lips. The sinister. Woman Smile. Ferdinand did to. The door slammed shut on its own locking him inside. And the maids watched through the keyhole. As the master resumed his meal. The story goes that are rich Spaniard built a home on their aspen cursed ground. He was a cruel master and his servants that Mukasa Mata Sita hope to teach him a lesson by serving him a hallucinogenic drug at a dinner party. Some. Say the whole group was affected while others say just the master. Either way the outcome was horrific. The servants opened the doors to the dining room to see that the guests have been ripped to pieces. The terrified servants were either institutionalized or took their own lives depending on the teller of the tale. The Legend of the disastrous dinner party is perhaps La. Casa. Mata Sita's most famous story. It certainly appears to be the source of some of the most common reports of paranormal activity at the building from Raucous conversations to anguished cries and sudden silences that echo through the top floor. These noises are often so loud. They can be heard on the street even while the building was abandoned. The story goes that if you peek in the window, you'll wish you didn't. Visions of the Gore and debauchery still appear to prying eyes they're said to be so horrifying. That people have been institutionalized after seeing these images. Coming up a man takes a bet to stay overnight at Mukasa. But he soon discovers the dangerous cost of pride. We've all heard of Casper it's the sleep company with outrageously comfortable products at not. So outrageous prices casper has everything you need to build the bed of your dreams from award-winning mattresses, bedding, bed frames, and even a dog bed new, get all the support and cooling you need with the comforts you love with Casper's original mattress. 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It's no wonder that witnesses report disturbing yells screams and visions of grotesque Gorka when they investigate or even passed by the House. But some people just don't know how to leave well, enough alone. Sometime, in the nineteen sixties and Argentine comedian named Humberto. Bill Chaz Vera decided to take on Lokossa. Mata Sita himself he discovered that the houses history. was. No. Laughing matter. Berto was quite possibly the funniest person that ever lived nothing scared him. He was the bunker of frauds, the savior of spirits, the killer of. The dead. Well, he was still workshop ing that one. Either way he was about to make history proving what? Mukasa Mata Sita really was a fraud a story teenagers tell each other nothing more. The stories weren't exactly comedic gold bit too much blood and Gore for that. But it was a haunted house above a bank. really the quips about capitalism wrote themselves. The owner let him in the camera crew in at half past eight it caused quite the hubbub as car stopped along the main thoroughfare to watch go in he waved told them good naturedly that the park across the street would be far more interesting than what he was doing before heading inside. It was dingy and dark as he the steps. The broken French doors and engravings looked skeletal dark. The crew set up their lights they brought a generator, but there might be no need for it. The downstairs was a working business after all. Better remarked that he loved Haunted House with an electric bill the sunshine left patiently and went back to work. Back to a told him, he didn't have to feed his ego just the ghosts he was met with silence. There's a lot of silence in the following hours then the following days. It was strange considering they were at a major interchange Avenida. SPAGNA was divided street as was Avenida Dr. Salah. So Taylor Vega. It was the gateway to one Alarko data park and it's many museums the place usually bustled. But somehow climbing the stairs of La Casa Mata Sita always felt like entering a tomb even.
"casa" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Them anymore. The inquisitor stood over her with a smile. Dare Fast Rollover and spat in his face. She would never confess to fall sins just to please them. They had their show they would get nothing more from her. She would make blood rain upon the soil they set her dress on fire. Then watch herber. But trouble at La Casa Mata Sita is said to have begun when a Persian woman named der Vespas Parvenu. Was Killed by the Spanish inquisition because she was said to be a witch. According to legend she cursed the land where she died saying, no, one would be able to make a home there. When the Spanish inquisition operated on the European continent many either acts of torture and murder occurred at the shadows. Dark Dungeons concealed their cruelty to avoid criticism from any sympathetic politicians nobles. But in the new world they were bracing as they worked independently of the Spanish authorities. They conducted public torture to control the occupied Inca who had been forced to convert to Catholicism or face burning at the stake methods of intimidation and violence included the Strip Pado that practice of suspending. The air by their bound hands so their arms would dislocate. All. That is left of their vast carbonated written history is her name. The bloody history of the land she supposedly cursed remains a heavy reminder of the horrors visited upon the.
"casa" Discussed on Haunted Places
"In many ways Lokossa to see sita is more legend than a place whispers surrounded in its neighborhood, , Lima Peru and none of the stories about it entirely match they weave in and out of each other never forming a complete picture. . Various businesses operated on the first floor of the two story building near the intersection Espana and Gossip Lhasa, , de la Vega at us. . But the top floor apartment rarely manages to keep an occupant. . The each window that lines the wall is surrounded by cheery golden paint and Teal Trim. . The Place Somehow always feels dark and closed in. . Visitors find themselves assaulted by violent, , but unseen forces, , tortured cries and flying objects. . A priest to attempted to exercise the building was heard screaming before he was found dead due to an apparent heart attack. . The name itself derives from one of the legends surrounding. . Qasim to see to. . The Legend tells of Japanese immigrant by the name of much. . Sita who killed his wife and her lover after discovering them in Flagrante. . When he realized his children would never forgive him. . He killed them as well before taking his own life. . There are no historical records confirming this quadruple homicide ever occurred but allegedly, , there are property records that Saint Immigrant family did occupy the building. . At some point it is likely the name stuck due to rampant xenophobic sentiment in Peru during the first half of the twentieth century. . Japanese immigrants began coming to Peru at the end of the eighteen hundreds and their numbers grew in decades that followed. . By the nineteen forties however anti-japanese rioting and protests broke out in Lima result of long-standing xenophobia and the pressures of World War, , two. . The idea of an East Asian, , immigrant holding a property like Mukasa, , Macho Sita would stick in the minds of xenophobic Peruvians. . But the legends of dark happenings at Mukasa Mata. . Sita date back centuries before Mr Montecito set foot in south. . America. . The origin story of this haunting is actually about a very different kind of immigrations. . Dare. . VASA. . Knew they were coming for her? ? She thought that her neighbors might be more just standing here than they've been in Europe but she learned however that hatred looks the same no matter where she went. . When she was little dare Vassilios father told her that her blood, , the blood of Persians south of it dynasty was the most rare in the. . And while dare boat had been blessed with keen wit and a sharp tongue, , she was a long way from Persia and the Peruvian locals had no qualms about reminding her. . Not only did they find her form of prayer abhorrent? ? They resented the fact that she lived alone. . She didn't need anyone to provide for her when found themselves in trouble she was the one to help them out with herbs and healing hands. . She expected their protection and return, , but even they bowed to the KISTA doors. . She tried not to blame them. . Many of her neighbors could still be calm when the INCA had ruled this land and not the Spanish. . Some said, , they had seen the fires that burned the Great General Chow Gucci Mock. . They had heard that threats of Pizarro to burn their now murdered emperor at two Wolpe to. . The Spanish said they were the fires of God and like Derek boats talents, , her neighbors called it magic. . Their fastball correct them magic was a tool for evil not a way to Allah or to their God's.
La Casa Matusita
"In many ways Lokossa to see sita is more legend than a place whispers surrounded in its neighborhood, Lima Peru and none of the stories about it entirely match they weave in and out of each other never forming a complete picture. Various businesses operated on the first floor of the two story building near the intersection Espana and Gossip Lhasa, de la Vega at us. But the top floor apartment rarely manages to keep an occupant. The each window that lines the wall is surrounded by cheery golden paint and Teal Trim. The Place Somehow always feels dark and closed in. Visitors find themselves assaulted by violent, but unseen forces, tortured cries and flying objects. A priest to attempted to exercise the building was heard screaming before he was found dead due to an apparent heart attack. The name itself derives from one of the legends surrounding. Qasim to see to. The Legend tells of Japanese immigrant by the name of much. Sita who killed his wife and her lover after discovering them in Flagrante. When he realized his children would never forgive him. He killed them as well before taking his own life. There are no historical records confirming this quadruple homicide ever occurred but allegedly, there are property records that Saint Immigrant family did occupy the building. At some point it is likely the name stuck due to rampant xenophobic sentiment in Peru during the first half of the twentieth century. Japanese immigrants began coming to Peru at the end of the eighteen hundreds and their numbers grew in decades that followed. By the nineteen forties however anti-japanese rioting and protests broke out in Lima result of long-standing xenophobia and the pressures of World War, two. The idea of an East Asian, immigrant holding a property like Mukasa, Macho Sita would stick in the minds of xenophobic Peruvians. But the legends of dark happenings at Mukasa Mata. Sita date back centuries before Mr Montecito set foot in south. America. The origin story of this haunting is actually about a very different kind of immigrations. Dare. VASA. Knew they were coming for her? She thought that her neighbors might be more just standing here than they've been in Europe but she learned however that hatred looks the same no matter where she went. When she was little dare Vassilios father told her that her blood, the blood of Persians south of it dynasty was the most rare in the. And while dare boat had been blessed with keen wit and a sharp tongue, she was a long way from Persia and the Peruvian locals had no qualms about reminding her. Not only did they find her form of prayer abhorrent? They resented the fact that she lived alone. She didn't need anyone to provide for her when found themselves in trouble she was the one to help them out with herbs and healing hands. She expected their protection and return, but even they bowed to the KISTA doors. She tried not to blame them. Many of her neighbors could still be calm when the INCA had ruled this land and not the Spanish. Some said, they had seen the fires that burned the Great General Chow Gucci Mock. They had heard that threats of Pizarro to burn their now murdered emperor at two Wolpe to. The Spanish said they were the fires of God and like Derek boats talents, her neighbors called it magic. Their fastball correct them magic was a tool for evil not a way to Allah or to their God's.
Breaking Down Valve's Response to DPC
"So I wasn't sure how to approach US exactly but this may seem a little weird. We're going to read off the entire post that vowed made. We're going to split it up so that people don't get sick on my voice, of course. It's essentially read it in your normal voice or you're going to read it in your dramatic voice because if you read it a new dramatic voice, people get sick of it after one minute I what I was not planning on doing anything in my normal voice. But now that you brought it up, it would annoy people it makes me want to do it more now but regardless how you are. Valve has responded Holy Shit in valve has finally responded. To the community regarding the season that is to come. We've kind of split up between that and the Doda TV slash streaming. News. So let let's talk about the first thing which is the DPC's. So again, it's going to be a bit of a along read. We've heard a lot of the complaints re recently about the state of the DP and we agree that there's more that we should do. We want it to use this blog to walk you through what happened before what our thoughts were and what we will do going forward. Spring Twenty twenty. Once the extent of the covid nineteen pandemic became clear. We posted our plans to delay the international started pre-booking arenas for various alternative dates and countries around the world. We then began researching how to execute the international based on how different, how the different pandemic scenarios could play with the hope that we'd be able to host it as soon as possible since the spring DPC events could no longer operate anymore we started reaching out to the organizers to see what they wanted to do going forward. Some of these organizers shared their desires to run third party events to cover the period march through the end of summer. Summer Twenty twenty twenty one split this up between you and You keep going. I'll do the summer twenty, twenty, do the rest. Sorry Twenty twenty as we approached the middle of the summer, the volatility of the pandemic had grown significantly. We became very concerned about the impact it would have on future deep-sea events and the International. The global situation meant that cross regional play would be unlikely for a period of time and we have since seen scenarios globally and other competitions where teams from certain countries had to be excluded after qualifying do abrupt travel restrictions and complications. Americans can't go anywhere syndrome unless it's Ukraine Hanley while we had that was not part of the quote just to let you guys. Inter and you're. Not The competent then I would love under sprinkle in a little couple things like that just to spice it up you know but anyway. While we had already assumed that having a cry for the events was not in the cars we wanted to at least have confidence able to bring all teams together across region competition. We felt that was a very important component of how we allocate DC points for the International. We were also unsure of when the international itself would happen and given the significant lead time needed. The increase spread and the virus made harder to model out a timeframe with confidence. The potential of the season as narrative feeling to detach from the path towards the international was negative for us doing that would also necessitate a DP point decay system, which in and of itself isn't a bad thing but having to abruptly introduced decay midseason if the landscape changes has some additional downsides. Furthermore, we had also received some feedback from a couple of or that were either worried about the quality of the broadcast being lower or reluctant to want to operate GPC events in the fall altogether while neither the Cross region competition nor the relative distance to the international or absolute requirements. We felt the DPC as both the function of the international, and also as a coherent product for fans would be better served by holding off on them for. Now given that our plan was that we'd make the upcoming months open and clear for other leagues and Events to operate. Our approach historically has been to want third party tournus be able to exist outside of the international though the degree of that has been fluid over the years demands from fans and players for more structured circuits to lead to increased. Our hope was that we could both achieve a better and more coherent relationship between DC and TI. By approaching it this way as well as still along for third party events to have an impact with the overall Anders Zolt for fans still being that, there would be entertaining content to watch. In the fall. I'll give you this parrot this last section center in the you're not paying attention or you want me to read everything still you don't want them finish talking about this one I mean, do you want to break it up that way? That's fine as well as I guess, we should read the next. Okay. Moving forward. Soon. After we announced that there were not immediately proceeding that we were not immediately proceeding with GPS planned we received a lot of negative feedback from fans. We think that a lot of the points that were raised were reasonable criticisms toward us especially because we did not communicate what our intentions were and what they could expect in the future. that it doesn't say there guys. For this upcoming competitive season, there are going to be at least four third party events and leaks in the EU CIS, three in China and a few others that are still in the preliminary planning stages and are not able to commit at this time. However, there is still going to be a lot of teams, Casas organizers and fans around the world that are not going to be meaningfully served based on the current trajectory, and that is our fault for not pushing on those and supporting them enough. With that in mind, we started reaching out to many more tournament organizers to offer help and financial support in order to be able to create increased coverage globally for the remainder of the year we expect that these eventually gradually announced over the remaining season as they as soon as they are ready to communicate to fans and teams. And other feedback we got from players as well as fans was wanting more clarity in what we were thinking where the likely dates for deep-sea and tied to resume. Our look right now is that we're anticipating the start of the in the first month or two of twenty twenty one. Our hope is that by the end by the time, the first deep-sea leak concludes travel limitations will be more predictable. Spontaneous restrictions will be less likely this allowing for majors with Cross region competition happen where also operating under the assumption that the most likely outcome is for the International to happen in Stockholm in August twenty, twenty one. while. We have other countries backups. We recognize that fans would be upset if we moved to another location if the time savings
Jim Bourke IAC President Discusses What Got Him Into Acrobatic Aviation
"Eventually got you into aerobatics You know obviously, you had exposure to a bunch of different airplanes. You know you're working with airshows. Did it kind of come out of that? Well sort of did because I grew up around pilots to me everybody was a pilot everyone I looked up to as a pilot, and at that time in the seventies, there was a lot of really great aviation going on tons of aircraft new aircraft being produced. There's a lot of people buying airplanes, a lot of flights, a lot of pancake breakfasts and a lot of airshows especially small town near shows a lot of that's not around anymore. But that time we could go to an air show seemed like or. Some. Kind of a flying event seem like every week every weekend shirts we did a lot of that and it was part my dad's way making social connections. So we did a lot of that kind of thing, and in particular I remember going to the air show at off Air Force Base I grew up in in Omaha and I have a very clear memory of the Blue Angels Flying Air Force, which they did briefly at that air show I remember sitting on my dad's shoulders and watching that and watching. Some other air show performers that are well known. Now, you know looking back on, it was really very fortunate to see that show a lot of great stuff going on there. But. That really got me excited about the idea of flying an airplane in aerobatics and then my dad had us atop here for while we hit several different airplanes. The one I remember the most is a Casa what the cost of jet a Spanish fighter jet. Blue it'd did loops and rolls and things, and I was probably sixteen or something, and that really that really hit me but then I just didn't have very much money and I. Ended up working at a hobby store and getting into model airplanes. So I spent a couple of decades working very heavily in the model airplane industry still do and got involved in aerobatics and became really proficient flying. Are Sierra in at some point I just decided you know I have the money. Now I could have a real airplane and do the stuff in a real airplane boy I you know monitors hate it when I call real airplanes really airplane. Their full-scale at full-scale full-scale. Yeah. I realized I could buy a full-scale airplane and be inside the airplane, and after that, it just been a a dream and I'm I'm very involved in it ever since then. That's that's that's awesome and then how did you get involved with a with I? Did, you start starting competition aerobatics and just kind of move up from there. Well, you know my first exposure to the icy was when I lived in Dallas and at that time the icy nationals was. Basically Sherman, which is about forty five minutes or an hour north where I lived and my friends, and I would always go up there to to kind of hang out and look at the airplanes and talk to the pilots and we had them all on pedestals because we were model airplane guys you know it was a two. So exciting to walk around and see these. Lasers and and Giles, or so the hot airplanes the time, and then also the pits by planes and all the cooler planes that are out there in the nineties was a time of tremendous innovation in in Arabic airplane design. A lot of the planes were flying really came out of that sort of era, the late eighties and early nineties when a lot of. design changes were made and we will all went to monoplane was one of the biggest changes that happened to that horsepower ramped up from four cylinders to six cylinders says a lot of really interesting things going on and that's what That's what really got me. To know about the icy into to see that it was something and but still not approachable to me because of my budget at the time. But I knew it was then and I I started meeting people through RC connections over the years who had I see background including. Matt Chapman. WHO's an air show pilot or was he retired? But at the time I knew him as a mater and some other people's well that I that you met and so it never really totally left me from that experience in the early to mid ninety s didn't leave me but it just wasn't something I could do until I finally found myself in you know two, thousand, five, thousand, six and realize hey, you know I could just go do this and Been Fifteen years ago I guess that I got into it as a pilot. I have my license I. Think I got it in eighty seven within sixteen or seventeen. And? I. Had my licence but just didn't really use it for fun until I got into airbags and that's when I realized. Oh airplanes are fun really fun.
"casa" Discussed on American Idiots Abroad
"Or exactly like muster generalization apologies journey about Francie Java Bandeau Sell I've opened up an article that's. What your car says about your social class etiquette expert reveals the hidden meaning behind your wheels and you don't come off while if you drive an Audi. So goddamn for your first car. The W Polo is generally a smart choice but did you would be a posh student if you had that standard? Yes. No, you gotta you get like a forest. Or a pleasure to. Hold on under brands of Cars Audi don't hit me with them once driven by polite middle class couples called season and Roger. The moment the t t model was released. The brand in general has taken the mantle BMW's once had and are generally owned by incredibly bad and borish drivers. Seemingly the minimum speed they can do is fifty miles per hour. I live in the countryside and. where I live two types of people have a full by for a big car. You have the time that should have a full before Ashby car, which is like a farmer or someone who needs to go road often I the point of buying you're buying a car for the for the specific purpose it's been made the function the function the other type of person is the Often been always but. Often the middle class white woman with two or three kids. Maybe actually even one or a dog, they don't need a big four by four, but they live in the countryside. So, they feel like they need to have one because it's that's the aesthetic Brian. But people will of Range Rovers is they have arranged river decision, Yep revise frowned bucks the impression that they've gone out. So the country for the weekends. Doesn't massive I. Think like what we're talking about here comes to even the title of the article. is about what caused? Do about social clause within this country. Losses such massive on of our culture has been. Like his swing losses of Utah arranged robot the new you're making false statements in a way. This is delicious. Volvos driven by geography teachers and suspect individuals. Is this. which is weird because they are like amazing. 'cause they're either Norwegian Swedish because it's sweetest you have to put together yourself as well. Get it. Who doesn't. Did. I get it. I'm just like deciding whether to laugh or not. Doesn't bode well for funding. So saloons which you cool. Saddam's. Like often chauffeur 'cause. This psalm? Yes. So if you you forty fifty percent of dome, wealthy itself I e middle aged white man than you have a shiny blue one. Yeah. I've watched enough British television, which is very few shows to know that is definitely a thing and the one car stereotype that I picked up and seen. Thank you. Thank you guys so much for being on this podcast. Pleasure Never Rode Me Lover Road. Of stuff with the bank to coming out the moment which is We'll be film last year as awesome. We have one more video to come out with them So check out page, give it share to do all that stuff. Later this year, we've got lots of really cool things planned. With some interesting artists and we call to count film again. Yeah. There are some really cool ends out. People can go find it at at Casa Liverpool right on all socials. Yup Your Youtube as well. Okay CAST issues Kesse the twitter's custody which is not ever updated. On instagram. FACEBOOK is over for and Youtube is just see A. Aj can people find you I'm so glad you asked Megan because probably would have forgotten if you didn't remind me now you can find me at. Aj I forgot. The name. You at AJ Merck's official on instagram. On. Twitter. And soundcloud. Only fans YouTube. facebook oh. I mean probably like at some point. Tiktok where can we find you Meghan, thanks for asking. Back to you, Meghan. Can find me at I M. Sola, music on instagram on twitter on on. On. I'm on spotify on Apple Music I'm on all of those streaming platforms. So Freddie, which one we go out on. Give known. Choose another one from the is who find it and Rich handwritten by giving that. In the seventies it was somewhere in the seventies and it was all. Programmed in a non getty took his the violin light over guys. Spin on it and I. I the album. Amazing.
"casa" Discussed on American Idiots Abroad
"Same thing? We like freedom because we America Okay And Getting high because we were taking the high road because genocide for religious freedom again. The absence of politics in this episode is brought to you by Casa Liverpool. And we're back again. Hot why was it could highway I? Don't know. and. The listeners were googling it for you. Freeway was coined when California constructed toll-free limited access high speed highways prior to that time high speed highways were toll roads such as the Pennsylvania turnpike that opened in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty high speed. That's why it's highway. Yes. Hanan. It's. A toll for you. Make sense while they're you fucking. Way So, apparently, the etymology of motorway is motor plus way. We love to keep us. To keep us. Through you guys give us so much shit for. So true for what? I like when we have literal things. But then when you guys go literal you go. Yeah. You know keep it simple. Walk on. Motor. Side what everybody already knew what? This is. Like simplified but pavement is a different and came interesting. Adding more words pavement you pavement would be a literal type of like concrete that you put down. So you can have a parking lot and it's all pavement. So skinned my knee on the pavement. Yeah. Whereas the sidewalk is just any kind of side walkway. So That's interesting because here if you were to go down, say like maybe a more rural area and you. Had A road that didn't have a pavement. I didn't have a concrete section to walk on had a designated area to walk. The might just be like literally trodden on path weather gross has been cleared through people walking that would be like a footpath but not pavement because it hasn't been paved. But what about what about cobblestone pavements still pavement? I, think because it's been. You've paved the way. Interesting vote. We can all agree on road, right? Yes. Okay. All right. What about gasoline? The rural is Life is we have left petro diesel costs so like you wouldn't just say gasoline because then it'd be it always specialize. Yeah this is interesting. So you would go to a gas station. To get gas for your car and gas is short for gasoline. So it'd be like, Oh, I got to get gas, but we wouldn't say specifically, I gotta get diesel or I gotta get. Petrol we would. We would just we gotta get gas and we would know which one are covered, knee. It'd be kind of like if we were going to get some groceries and like Americans would just say milk like I'm just GonNa milk but. Say specifically like, I'm going to go get some one percent. It'd be like that I'm not saying that Brits do that. I'm just making a comparison. So we I would I think usually Brits would say the need to fill up or need to go to Petro Station, they wouldn't specify or get fuel. Don't often hear people say could get diesel that's not a common phrase. They sell these the petrol station, yes Oh, interesting. Say Like on his Vegas Metro but they're getting diesel diesel. Wrong the. Worst But less correct. Yeah. Sounds. Accurate. So, let's take a short break because I am sick of y'all and I need a beer. Yes, and we need some Some beats some big beats I. Only I only show up for big beats well. I've always a buffet. For. The big beat. US At this is this is Ron flown by a lovely Banco can longtime listeners of the pod will remember to can as our first guests ever on this podcast? Yes. Is a great bad. The made up of of multi instrumentalist for more corners of the globe is great at is a bit of Jazz Congo. Wrong..
"casa" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Would that be something you'd consider or high m really not interested. I see the appeal of it. You know it would be really interesting to get to know someone from. Please enter provide them. You know a nice. Home for when they're in a foreign land and I do have some friends I have a friend in Colorado who has done it Unju- times where they've had someone stay with them. But I. Just don't think I could. I could have A. Stranger. Even though of course by the time they're not a stranger. Staying in the House for that length of time, I would feel very. I don't see myself as that like private of a person, but I just feel like I would feel. Like I'm having to be a host. Time, and it's just a big responsibility to be in charge of someone else's kid to. especially a teenager. I remember the French exchange student when I was in high school and she drank. I don't know if people. She was staying with new, but she did right so. I've often thought about that, too. I see ads for it from time to time here. We are right next to the high school work next door to the. We have this little apartment downstairs so in seems like we would be the ideal setup for something like that, but i. don't think my husband or my kids whenever I've kind of tentatively mentioned that have been. Why would we do that? Are you going to? and. Then as you say, it's just like you feel like you're constantly on, and you feel responsible. Are they coming home at night? What are they doing? You know if they're in the apartment downstairs and have separate exit am I gonNa know where they just seems like? Maybe I will just withdraw into my little selfish family life. Skid! Yeah Yeah! Could take on. To stress, that'd be the same way and my my friend. Who did it in Colorado several times. They had a couple great experiences, and they had at least one not so great experience. You know where the? Two of them were just really good about Being easy to get along with and following the rules and. You know pitching it or just you know just being easy to live with and then yeah, the other one was just a little. Know, she didn't understand like when they said. You need to get yourself to school. We are here to drive you like. That was hard for her to Kinda. Grasp, so you know what you're running and. You, really rolling the dice. I think it be..
"casa" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"School stuff and museum musical instruments backpacks in the winter, coats and hats, and all that stuff so. It be like my parents just came. They came while we were gone and they. You know I had to like clear out that ransom. Just? Held with all of the last day of school. You know how kids come home on. Schooling so stop! All. Daughters Pakista full. She still has made it. Hasn't I'm sure? She says do a by September right, yeah? No one time. I did that and I found a banana that. Oh? Dear, now you. Yes the APP for perishables I recommended. Allows so. Yeah we! Do the requisite clean. Yeah, and I usually what I do though is when when someone comes to stay and then. After they leave you know. I watched the linens and then I. Just put them right back on the bed and then now. That's done until the next time. Someone comes sorry done. That's a good ideal except if it's a really long time. Did you then feel like they're kind of dusting you wash them again. No, they're covered up their. Their blankets. Do you ever have the situation where you do it, you do predictably, so you never have the question of did I. Did I just the sheets the last time? This is what we're constantly saying. You know it's been a long time. Probably whatever germs are they're dead? It's pro. For this reason, we're housing. That that might be a commentary on Dads. Okay, we'll find someplace else to stay. In your guest room dairy. Fewer people. We have a very nice theoretically. We have a very nice gift setup because we have a mother-in-law apartment downstairs where my actual mother-in-law lived for a while. And, since then we don't really use it for much, you know we have our or treadmill in the living room there and we put..
"casa" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Nicole you have a visitor sting with you right now, I do. This is a year of visitors so far. This. Is What would you get for living in Southern California? Everybody wants to come. Yeah No, we have my daughter's friend. Who is back here for her fourth summer her. And she is with us for two weeks this time. In gene comes from Canada she. From a suburb Dang hoover, so not a not extra long trip like our last house guest who came from Australia. Still an adventure. Nonetheless and Yes. She's here visiting my daughter they. Win. The, the girls have known each other than were to and so she's back here again and yeah, it was just kind of thinking. Somebody asked me the other day. You know. Having a house gas. And how do we keep them busy? What do we do? And where did they stay and it just as kind of a whole thing? I mean once you. Get into the routine of having people at Your House. It's like okay time to changes sheets. Machine just starts up. North! You know get the bedroom ready. Get the cows out to. You. This whole, just yeah, this whole thing that gets set into motion and then yeah. But the the great part is this year is that my daughter is striving so there is far less for me to do. Tell nine inning. So except to stay home and worry that. You, know I've got them on my. GPS here they're actually today. They took the metrolink down to Anaheim, because they're going to A. a bid BITCON conference convention. Yeah, and so it's for youtubers and. Video creators and whatnot so. They got on the train at seven thirty this morning and went Anaheim and so they're. They're all day and yes I'm. Keeping track of them. and. Speaking, of Anaheim, do you have to go to Disney every time? Somebody comes out well. That's a really good question. We initially we initially did that. When we first moved here and started having guests here. Yeah, we would say let's go to. Disney will take you to Disney well. Yeah, that lasted like one. Here the directions. We need the new. Part of our of our house guest repetoire is Yeah getting them to Disney and hips. I surviving Disney I, to have time without. Inside..
A Funny Byproduct Of Having To Buy Fewer Products
"About our fancy frame TV. Over the last couple of weeks on the PODCAST and I guess also on the blog. If you've seen our last couple blog post, we've been talking about how we've been pleasantly surprised that the furniture we moved down here for the most part fit very well and naturally into our new home. Yeah, it is kind of amazing to say. We showed a bunch of stuff in the. The pod I mean we did have measurements for rooms, and we did have an idea of what we're going to wear, so we weren't just like willy. Nilly putting a bunch of things in the pod, but we knew as we loaded the pod like there is going to be a margin for error I'm sure we'll get there and something won't work the way we thought it. It would because there's really nothing like being in a space and moving furniture around like you can try to do that in your head. When you're not in the space, it's really hard to land on the right. You Know Group of objects in the right. Lay Out I think anytime. We've moved houses. There's been this process where like some of your old furniture doesn't fit in. In the new house, for whatever reason like maybe it's because of the scale of the peace or the exact dimensions, or even a style, but you know you have these pieces that just don't land and work I think we expected that issue with at least some of the things that we brought down, but again we're grateful. Most everything has pretty much worked as it is. Is Yeah were even things John was like I. don't even know why we're bringing this. And then we brought it, and like played a very important role like remember. We talked about those bookcases that we're using in the kitchen and they have like so much storage. They're basically like extending our cabinets using as a pantry fought to leave those in richmond or sell them in Richmond. Richmond because I didn't think we had a place for them. And Sherry was right and the table in the kitchen. There's like a round white table that was like a game table in our old house in the bonus room and John was like I can't picture for people being able to eat here. I can't picture it fitting in the kitchen and it like probably won't live. Live there forever, but it is so good for now and if it hadn't made the POD, we'd be in trouble once again. Sherry was right so I think it's been nice because we didn't have this kind of like panic buying mode when we got here. We're like we don't have a kitchen table shot for one real quick and pretty much the only things that we have. Have had to buy at least the big furniture pieces we've had to buy have been things we knew we'd have to get because we didn't bring them with us. Like our beds like we had to get an outdoor dining table and other side note as we were packing the dining table with outdoor dining table in Richmond, and it was routed in the legs fell off. So we basically bought the same sized table. It was a different finish in a different color, and it works perfectly like I'm actually really glad that one did fall apart in Richmond. Has that one was like seven years old and disbar gone, and even informed the decision like that one was would, and it was rotten, so we got a metal and resin one. That will not, so you know some things were just dumb. Luck. Something's were strategy, but whatever it is that led us to where we are. We both kind of expected to land me like okay so now we need a rug dresser aside table six lamps five. Cheers. But you know what I'm saying I thought we'd land and have this list of like huge furniture items we needed, and it's like all we really needed. Where the things we knew we needed off the bat like beds. Yeah I, think that's the point here is that we've been grateful that we haven't had to go on like this sudden shopping spree and the other thing I wanted. Wanted to point out that was interesting. As we are shopping for one of the other items. We knew we'd have to get which has been window coverings, because as you have probably seen on instagram. We've been using packing blankets. It's very swanky at Casa Peter Sick. Let me tell you packing blankets. They disintegrate into like a black soot, and it's all over your window sills, it's. It's all over your floors, but we have started to receive some of the curtains that we bought, and it highlighted something interesting about downsizing and going to a smaller house that I think we consciously have known, but this particular purchase was like a good case study to help us quantify one of the benefits of living in a smaller space and furnishing a smaller space I think. Think things that are more obvious to everyone is like Oh to clean and less to pay to heat and cool like we said that over and over again. It's like less maintenance if I only have one bathroom I, worry less about maintaining four showers, enforcing them leaking and all that stuff, but I think this is one of those things where it's like when we say it. But it's just a thing we consciously knew, but then it was really interesting to see the actual numbers I. Actually don't know all the numbers. John is going to reveal them to me. Yeah, so I actually went back and tallied how many curtain panels and blinds we had to buy for our Richmond House, which as you probably heard? Her say is more than twice the size of the house. We are now living in Florida. So obviously had more windows to cover. Yeah, I can't wait to hear the numbers. John was like their staggering. I was staggered, so keep in mind. We didn't have curtains on every window so like not in the kitchens, bathrooms or anything like that and having a dining room, either yes, so this is not representative all the windows, so we had actually more blinds, and we had curtains, but we had twenty four curtain panels in Richmond. House K Twenty four, and I should point out. Out In recent months before we left, we were starting to like double up. Some of the curtain panels to make them look thicker right. Some have always been double in our living room. That was four panels instead of to on that big picture window in our office. We had a big picture window with four pounds instead of two. Did you just count those to? Double them because I couldn't remember what was doubled, so the twenty four number is probably closer to like thirty or thirty two. Yeah, that's what I would guess. We also have thirty blinds throughout. The houses were also. Roughly sixty two different window coverings. That Jack's yeah I mean. It was a lot I. Remember hanging those. It took us forever and I remember buying them, and it was so much money. I remember the blinds. We were like Oh. Do we need lines? Backpedal real quick and when we got home depot and saw the total. Yes, so again thirty ish curtain panels thirty blinds. Are you ready for the Florida numbers? I can't wait in Florida instead of thirty. We only need eight curtain panels, eight curtain panels versus thirty well, there's the saving instead of thirty blinds. We need five blinds. Five lines is my favorite and. And we're being very specific about these lines, guys. No one has researched blinds more than us. We will share what we pick when it arrives and we're sure we like it I. Don't want to jinx it. Hence all the packing blankets because we're taking our time and I also just for fun also looked at the number of curtain panels in blinds that. That we had to buy for the Beach House and the duplex. That's going to be like a million. A million I mean feel like we're. It's going to be close because it was three kids nine bathrooms like it was six seven, eight nine hundred ten bedrooms like it's a lot of juices well, and it was also fifty two curtain panels O and And Forty two blinds, no regrets right. We're glad we had curtains and blinds, but it sure is nice. When what did you say it's eight and five here in Florida compared to when we tally all of those previous homes that we sold eighty two curtain panels and seventy two blinds is so insane. Yes, and we ironed in hand
What is Patoshi?
"This week's episode relates to some events regarding some bitcoins that were mind very early on in bitcoins. Lifetime in fact it was so early that it was a time when there weren't that many miners besides the Toshi but before we get to the recent events let's talk about something else called Potosi which you discovered. Can you explain what Pluto she is? Yes to cry Potosi. I just would like to go back in time to to the time. I I did this search and this was two thousand and thirteen and I have been working like a year. A strengthening the security of the beacon core working with the the the quarterback trying to find vulnerabilities. And I didn't know anybody going in between those times so I I wanted to make sure that you know what happened on the first years of Bitcoin That were transparent and it was very very few information about that so I just thought that what would Sadashiv have done? I mean he would have used CAS computer to mind bitcoins. And he would HAP- kept his computer on for. You know the time it needs until the network was Maastricht and if you take a look at the very few first hours of the bitcoin network and and you say okay this might be Satochi Right. Because he just launch network. He wants everyone to join so he's running note to enable all the other people to connect but if if you take the hash rate in the very first hours of Bitcoin and you extrapolate that for the whole first year you realize that it's highly probable that Toshi collected twenty two thousand coins right and I said these. Bitcoin Talk Forum and I was heavily criticized because the and rarity of Bitcoin. A it's like kind of says at Cisco she was kind of a fully Trista Guy. He didn't want money for because money's rated with bags and bugs are related with power and we are trying to be completely new centralized system financial system so I was heavily criticised. And say say okay. Let's try to find proof of this. Let's try to find some evidence of this because for me it was something very you know what she would have done. And so I. I went to the first Version of their bitcoin. Core CISCO DID Dot Thuan and I found out there was the floor and to explain this flow. I have to explain a little bit. About the technical part of beacon combining so there is when you implement announced value. And when you run out of space when when these Knows wraps around you have to increments something else and is something else called the extra notes so the speed of this extra nuns and the speed of the nuns is related to the computer using for mining. If you are a fuss computer you get a foster increment. The extra and what I found was that the astronauts counter was not reset Atari block so it was running a counter to kept running so in a sense every block a minor produces it stamped with are kind of a real time clock that identifies the speed of his computer. So I plotted this on a very simple graph like having the x axis the block numbers and the access the extra NHS and a very very interesting pardon papa and despite perfectly separates the differ minors at a different times. Because each of these miners Casa Clear. Line a clear slope on this graph so. I said okay. This is all I mean this. This graph describes everything so I published decent my blog and I had like thirty thousand visits in a couple of days. And so I I those times The whole community was about thirty thousand people so I think that looked at graph and the other interesting discovery of this graph is that Satochi spent almost no none of discounts like spent like forty bitcoins in the whole first year Probably in time and the amount of money the the value of those because whereas of five dollars so clearly there was two discoveries. One was this pattern that I try to correlate with Sushi and the other was that this person or group of the mining Had A complete confidence in the system he had never sold. He never sold Discount after a few tries a few tries so this was kind of a shock for the market and and the price of bitcoin actually went top because of this like fifteen percent. So I think that's a very very good for the community and and showed some transparency that was missing and I call this Potosi because we don't know if xactly set Oshii we can argue we can have our guest that this was socially but really we don't really know for sure that if this minor was social and at one thing that I wanted to understand because I wasn't fully sure I understood it. From looking at the graph. It essentially looks almost like Saito or Potosi was mining faster but is that possible or simply just that those Potosi minor was renting the extra nonce more quickly between blocks or something is that what was going on. I wasn't sure exactly why the that's correct. A it turns out when I saw the graph of the same you. Did you realize that seems to be faster on any other computer and that is kind of suspicious so I try to dig deeper into this and I found that what was triggering was making these Dismounts extra knows England foster. It was that the nonce was being incremented in a shorter space. Like about one fifth of the space that any other mining minor was was using. So if you reduce the range that you Increment in the nonce. Then you will end up increment index foster so what we see in the graph East essentially a probably a normal computer and he just stand this up because other watermark in these blocks and the exist of this other watermark is in fact a confirmation that the first potter is actually something very very particular for for a very specific minor.
Building Strong Relationships
"You're listening to the Beller. And this is Flash Casa. Pdb and the top. I'm going to tackle. Today is all about building strong relationships so being honest by many of our listeners on the importance of relationships in especially in the business load as start to build what will be the next phase of my business which will be the coffee. Commun- more bet that next time but building business from Nina transitioning from the exit inside completely of coffee to my new project called the coffee. Commune WITH COFFEE. Community comes to collaborate It's been more evident to me. The importance of relationships is obviously of transition from the old business and creating the new business and tell so many people have been supportive and already WanNa be on board and the rest of it and the common denominator is relationships and so I want to tackle that today. Many listeners asking questions around the concept of relationships. What do they mean some tips and head? What build better business relationships and the importance of it? So that's what I'm gonNA tackle today in the next ten minutes in this flash cast so you know in the concept to building better business relationships within two city to me is always number one so Talk about authenticity. You want to build strong authentic relationships because anything that's not based on authenticity is going to fall over at some point in dump the concept of a relationship to me is with them. What's in it for me and what's in it for you. So it's their strong marketing term. we talk about but some the importance of a relationship is got to be beneficial outcomes for both parties any relationship that relies on beneficial for just one party is already starting on the wrong foot and would become slanted so any relationship and that's whether it's business personal professional needs to be on the level of. Witham of what's in it for me and what's in it for you and the people that operate best in this constantly not so much looking at it. What's in it for them? I they looking in what's in it for the other person and if you've working with people that are constantly working on what they can do for you. This is what they can take from you. This is a great way to measure the strength of a relationship. That's something that I do often. Is I stop looking say? Is this person more interested in taking something from me with doing something for me And I do the same for myself that I know. It's always a measure that are like doing things for people are just looking to get something from this person because when you're in a relationship where it's all about what's in it for me and what's in it for them You've got this beautiful waltz happening and balance And then from there it's the basis of it is fantasy You you know. In order to operate clearly in that space she needs to be authentic so a few little stepped on building a business. Number one is set. A positive time everything operates better when it's positively A negative so. It could be a positive turn. It's come from us. The intention of a good spice number two is know what your value proposition is. What have you got to offer that is of value what the other person got to offer. That is a venue number. Three's you've got an understand. There's going to be gained for both parties and then gain doesn't mean always financial gain can be relationships gain is any resource A deep meaningful relationship Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. But he losing gaining. You've got to remember that concept of gain is not just about money. Number four is understand humility There's GonNa be times where You know humility is going to be a basis. You've got to be humble. You've gotta be you've got to have that ability ya on your errors on your mistakes And make sure that you operating in the spice of humility Next one is make sure that embracing your own personality and this again. All of these sit under the concept of authenticity. Embrace you personality. Remember that everybody's unique. Not Everybody's saying the concept is about being the best. You can be not the best that you want somebody else for all the over eating. Somebody else wants you to pay. It's all about keeping that authentic. Good space you know so embrace your personality next one is and this is is really really strong on where people get themselves in trouble. Many your expectation you know. I always say I'm not going to promise something I can't deliver and I don't want somebody promising something that they can't deliver so it's always about managing expectation from. He could come from a place of. Okay what's the worst case scenario? This is what's the best case scenario? You know we need to make sure that we're sitting. Expectations unmanageable level. And I said people. Don't promise what you can't deliver set an expectation or understand your expectation and it's in the other party's expectation because if you do that you'll always make sure that you disappoint and making sure that obviously in leading onto the last one is always communicating. Poor communication is the common denominator of failure asset at time and time again. The things file when people don't communicate and unfortunately a lot of times what happens is when things are going wrong. Well things are in a difficult spot. People start to freeze up. They actually start to hibernate. They start to sort of pull away from that upon reflection in your own life. You'll see that Tom's things they're all start to get difficult. A lot of people stop communicating. You don't hear from them and what happens. There is actually start to wonder what's going on. How is that? We're in this space where we are right now. What do I need to do better? How can I be better? So it's quite the opposite when things go wrong where they're not going to plan then. That is the time that you have to over communicate communicate more and actually keeping people across things says they understand what's going on so is seven points to me of ahead get build a better business relationship. But you know it's very important to keep things authentic to keep things open to to sit manageable expectation but all of these seven things fall under the line of an authentic relationship and authentic relationship. Coming back to the start of it is all about understanding the wisdom. What's in it for me and what's in it for you. What can we do for each other? Not what can we take from each other the next panel WanNa touch on building a Nutri Probably a better way to say is once you built those relationships teddy. You actually nurture the relationships in your network heady and nurture those professional relationships amongst up's amongst your clients because this is important. One thing that I always do is I make sure that our congratulate people when it's needed whether it's a birthday Whether it's a promotion. Or whether they've had a win whether they've had a baby born in new pet whatever. It is the opportunity to understand builds the engagement. So let me start sorry by Mustang. The white nurture your relationship with your with your network is to build emotion engagement and great ways to build emotion engagement. One is congratulate them congratulate people. When things happen. You know again. It doesn't matter how big or small the winnings. But if there's a win then congratulate them because this starts to build engagement nicks one is being in service to somebody so one of the great ways to be in service to someone and I love doing. This is providing professional leads whether it's connecting us. Apply it to a cafe. A roast or roasted to a cafe or a Barista for job to a cafe provide leads to people. Help them build their business. I talk about helping people accelerate potential. So if you're in service to somebody you do these things you start to build emotional engagement. Which interns nurtures your relationship number? Three's the out of giving you know there's a great book bobber could the go giver and it's a fantastic book talks about giving giving can be giving time it can be something small a little flair a chocolate on the desk out of giving is also another way to emotionally connect in relationship and sometimes it's he's giving a handwritten note sending a text and emojis. Sometimes it's like I said buying them a bottle of wine to say. Thank you very often when I started my business when somebody helped me get a new client. I would take him a bottle of scotch or a bottle of wine to say. Thank you and it's not the item that met is you'll find. It's the fought in the behind it. Mix value their opinion. Make sure that you're constantly asking questions. And what they think and what they believe in what you're doing and how you're going about something again. This builds emotional engagement. This nurtures relationships show them that their opinion counts. And that U K what they have to say and other one is in the world of technology to ensure that we're meeting in person the art of what a Lotta people forgotten. I've always made sure to bury people down in email so I send a lot of videos of myself. Unfortunately I got to look at my face but it connects a lot more emotionally which nurtures my network rather than sending an email us into thirty second video with the message on in this just provides a bit of a different level of communication engagement or I try and catch up with people for coffee or a drink in person because nothing beats that face to face interaction. Another one is making sure that you stay in constant contact. Now that doesn't mean not every day every minute but it's relevant to the relationship immature you checking in with each other. You're checking making sure that you're seeing how people are going. You know that they are kyw being in service to them because again these shows k. And the number. One thing that I learned from the days is that our clients loved K. It was the number one thing that meant to them. So there's some tips. Today's been all about neutering building relationships. I hope that this helps you. Go and be the best you can be and build amazing strong bonds with people until next time you've been listening to the Bella and this is flash cards by PD
HBO Max to be available on Apple devices at launch
"If more. Tv is still a thing you need HBO. Maxwell have your apple devices covered. It honestly not occurred to me that that might not be the case but called the mock says Warner media confirmed Monday that its upcoming streaming service will be fully integrated with the TV APP on iphone ipad ipod touch and apple. Tv I'm not sure why. Hbo Max isn't simply replacing. Hbo Go and HBO now. But it's not. The new service will have approximately ten thousand hours of content according to the report while the older. Hbo APPS have somewhere around two thousand hours. The older APPs feature HBO originals and Studio Films. Hbo Max will have more cult of Mac says friends the Big Bang theory south park gossip girl the West Wing and more will be added within the first year along with over two thousand feature films including Casa Blanca to wizard of Oz. And the Lord of the Rings it'll run subscribers fifteen bucks a month when it launches on the twenty seventh of. May that's more than double what the likes of Disney plus Apple TV plus charging according to the cult
Chris Matthews retires from MSNBC after string of recent controversies
"Chris Matthews who has been at MSNBC and before that C. N. B. C. in within the NBC family for well over two decades has hosted hardball since nineteen ninety seven came on the air last night and announced he was done retiring he was the announcement cut thirty one let me start with my headline tonight I'm retiring this is the last hardball on MSNBC and obviously there's a lack of interest in politics you can tell I've loved every minute of my twenty years as host of hardball every morning I read the papers I'm going how to get to work not many people had this privilege I love working with my producers and discussions we have over how to report the news I love having this connects with you the good people who watch learn who you are thank you to you on the sidewalk grid waiting in an airport and say hello you're like me I heard from your kids and grandchildren say my dad loves or my grandmother ledger my husband watched until the end of the conversation MSNBC I decided tonight will be my last hardball so let me tell you why the younger generations out there ready to take the reins we see them in politics and the media in funding for the causes they are proving the workplace we're talking here about better standards that we grew up with fair standards a lot of it has to do with how we talk to each other compliments on a woman's appearance that some men including me one of one sitting correctly thought were okay we're never okay not Dan is certainly not today and for making such comments in the past I'm sorry so there was a piece that came out last week of a woman who said that she was harassed or made uncomfortable by sexist comments in the past from Chris Matthews that probably turned up the heat on this situation keep in mind that Matthews had been forced to apologise for a comparison he made involving Bernie Sanders and Hitler back in the Nevada caucuses when they were covering that and he also had an exchange with Elizabeth Warren that was considered by a lot of their viewers to be sexist so there is this storm brewing get said some things on there that had rankled folks there's clearly stuff going on behind the scenes and it sounds like he was being forced out over some of these allegations how new or fresh the allegations are what specifically they are we don't have that full picture but he's framing at in this segment like he made the decision to retire it kind of sounds like it might have been a coerced retirement by the sounds of it but here's his big fat well income thirty two I'm very proud of the work I've done here long before I went on television I worked for years in politics was a newspaper columnist and author I'm working on another book on continue to write and talk about politics and Cheryl and my producers and crew here in Washington and New York and my M. S. N. B. C. Collings they will continue to produce great journalism in the years ahead and for those of you have gotten in the habit of watching hardball every night I hope you're going to miss because I'm gonna miss you but remember Humphrey Bogart in casa Blanka boys have hardball so let's not say goodbye but so we meet again you know I was wondering where they may be going to shuffle him too a senior contributor or an analyst or something like that sounds like he's out right that's the understanding and look I washed hard ball a little bit when I was younger they're a competitor not even sure what time is on a young five o'clock six o'clock eastern he's on a seven shows up against Martha yeah they've they've bounced around the time a little bit but he's up against Martha I'm usually if I'm watching cable news I'm watching the story his politics don't align with mine I think he's more of an old school Liberal Democrat then one of the new hardcore left wing folks that definitely have a significant voice at that now working within that audience and I have no idea of no extra info behind the scenes aside from some texting as I mentioned back and forth the some NBC folks that I know who seemed very surprised there was some contrition and some allusions two comments that were made I just wonder is that really the whole story it seemed very abrupt so abrupt in fact this was the most bizarre part of it Matthews did his opening segment where does a monologue it's let me start and then at the end of the show he doesn't let me finish monologue he did the let me start open thank you left that was over and they have to fill the rest of the hour they had Steve Kornacki who sort of there are political data winners young guy roughly my age looking absolutely stunned sitting there kind of forced to take over the show at that point and I don't understand how this worked out logistically behind the scenes did he not know what was coming they were gonna give Matthews the final full hour of hard ball it was just all very odd here's Kornacki taking over and seeming a bit bewildered and gut punching cut thirty three that was a lot to take in just now I'm sure and I'm sure you're still absorbing that and and I am too Chris Matthews is a giant he's a legend it's been an honor for me to work with him to sit in here on occasion and I know how much you meant to him and I know my how much he made to you and I think you're gonna miss him and I know I'm going to and then he says well we've got a finish this hour so we're gonna take a break no bells and whistles and we'll be right back I mean it's just sort of I've never seen anything like that and look I am empathetic here to Steve Kornacki I remember when Shep Smith at the very end of his final show said Hey I'm don this is my last show here at fox news it's been real we were watching it on the top of the hour here in this studio that I came on in the very next segment at four oh five eastern it was reacting in real time but I wasn't nearly as close to shop at all as Steve Kornacki is to Chris Matthews I know shop a little bit professionally we hung out once or twice outside of work but that was it it's clear that Kornacki was a little bit shaken and at the end of the hour he did another farewell and tribute to Matthews where he got actually choked up it was obvious that he was emotional about what happened how it went down and it does seem like a kind of dropped out of the blue so a very significant shakeup at
Virgin Galactic reports high interest in its space flights
"Shares of Virgin Galactic falling on earnings now. Virgin Galactic is the Space Tourism Company founded by Richard Branson by space tourism. Right now. We're we're talking more space. Planes that fly tourists to sub orbital space and back and that hasn't happened yet but that's phase one and we should add virgin galactic losing loads of money but the stock has nearly tripled this year. It's been all right hasn't it? Yeah the first the first in-orbit flight they have is probably their their share price. Nice okay so when we think. What do we think about? What do we think about the business? Yeah I'm getting such a good chuckle saying stock fall on quote. Earning right like what are they reporting? There's not much to say here. The visit has hasn't proven itself out and honestly nothing that Virgin Galactic said in. This call really should move the needle for anybody who is buying urging lactic stock at this point. Because what you're doing is you're buying a belief of the future space travel. It could be five years in the future could be fifteen. We don't really know virgin. Galactic said they had eight thousand people who have expressed registrations of interest and potential commercial spaceflight. What they're doing is literally the only statistic and those and they're starting to accept. I can thousand dollar deposits for people who are it's fully refundable but for people who are looking to potentially take that space light. It's almost tesla strategy except for that. Task Casa quarter of a million dollars. Okay well speaking of a quarter of a million dollars. Let me add that since two thousand and four Virgin Galactic said that more than six hundred people have reserved flights ranging from anywhere from two hundred thousand to two hundred fifty thousand. I guess it's two hundred thousand. That's coach I guess no snack and I can't use points right no snacks. You don't WanNA price to awesome this ratio. I think that Virgin Galactic is pretty cheap. But that's literally that's that's the only metric I can think of that matters. You know at this stage in their in their growth. I mean if you you either believe in the future of space travel or you don't and eight thousand people who've signed up and you know that's that's interesting to me But otherwise I don't yeah I don't know what they would report that they don't have revenues. They don't have you know they don't they certainly don't have profits. All they have is interesting. It's the definition of speculation at this point and got some. They've got some pretty stiff competition. Right you've got Ilan Moscow over SPACEX and you've got Bas Jeff bezos blue origin. Now both of those are private. So is the name of the game here that you really want to be private or. Is there an advantage to being public? Well clearly. The advantage being public is getting your name out there. In front of a lot of people. Being the first publicly traded commercial spaceflight company has a lot of weight to go with it but the downside is is. It doesn't give you as much time to figure things out now the CEO George whiteside did say that they're focused. This year was going to be on safety revenue in his testimony. Not having flights exactly but the thing is is is blue origin or space x could potentially have a disastrous launch. And it would be bad. It would be a setback but the they continue as companies Virgin Galactic. They mess up once they will be destroyed for that the difference between them. I mean if you got Branson's backing but he doesn't have the pockets the mosque as he doesn't have the pockets that the You know that Amazon has you know so I I think that they probably are their public. For a reason. I mean companies go public so they can tap the public markets for additional equity. Which all of these will need. But they've got a. They've got a different funding strategy than the other two okay. I'm going to count you as both cautious very pessimistic cautious and I I have totally misled. Everybody listening than because I love this company. I'm so sorry I am I. I'm twenty five years old. I did a poll on the rule. Breaker investing podcast a few weeks ago and I asked them in my lifetime to somebody make. Who's making a good living? You know say more six figures but not ridiculous. Not a quarter million dollars Somebody making six figures. Will they be able to in my lifetime reasonably by vacation on into space right in every single person said yes in that room and you know what I? I'm not sure I know what to think about the stock price right now but as a company when I think about the future. I can't help but picture that it might be foolish okay. So that's a fair distinction. I mean we all get excited about the potential here but that's different than saying that you should invest in the stock right now. I think that it's speculation. I said it before if you're buying shares of Virgin Galactic. You're not doing it because you you're doing it. Based off. Some fundamentals of the company are doing it off of a belief. You're almost not buying a company. Yeah you're you're buying faith. You're you're exactly. That sounds very like you know very trippy. But it's it's true and by the way I just I actually gave credit to Amazon for. Jeff bezos is an investment in In blue origin. So I'm sorry about that. This is not a new subsidiary for For for Amazon but yet that's exactly right. I mean you know the fact that those two are also in the game in some ways gives a little more credibility to virgin galactic as a
Church Money and Economics with Phil Ferguson
"We're now joined by Phil Ferguson. From the Phil Ferguson. Show Phil welcomed at nomads born George not to day. Okay so you do a like normal. Conventional Wisdom on podcasting is to pick a niche and stick to that. Yeah I've heard that and you don't do that. F- that exact am I allowed to swear in the show? Yes you are fucking awesome. I'm just trying to get myself out of the habit with the two yards. Oh yeah good luck with that. I remember when our child was children. Now who are adults when they were very young? We have these discussions about swear words. I think we finally decided there aren't bad words. There's inappropriate usage and so if one of your friends does something that's really awful. You can tell them the fuck off but your third grade teacher. No so you have to learn those things Yeah the PODCAST. This is actually my third third podcast. I was on a friend's podcast. Called the pink atheist many years ago. And then I did one called skeptic money on air and Nice this version. I think maybe started four or five years ago. Total eight or nine years of doing all this stuff and when I started it I was like what do I want to do? I can't pick one thing in the two things that I like talking about our investments. That's my my day job and promoting a secular worldview. Is I think a lot of problems become easier to manage if we look at it from an objective reality based perspective not a theocratic. One as I said. Fuck it. I'M GONNA put those together so one of the tag lines was one third finance two-thirds atheism and by the way I am number one in that category. I like it. Well it does make sense when you consider the whole Prosperity Gospel thing and mixing finance and religion as a complete con-. You're basically doing the exact opposite right. I am but it. It's funny. I'm I'm aware and I'm bothered by the fact that there are people at hire me because I'm an atheist. There are people that hire me because I promote atheism and give to atheist secular charities and I get very similar kind of benefit as someone who might market to church people and talk in the Church language. And it's something that one must always be worried about when someone says to me. Oh Bill I can trust you because you're an atheist tump through the hand maybe trust but verify if you want. But don't don't trust me because I agree with you. Happy on the skeptic. Yeah and I know it's there and I benefit from it financially but it does kind of freak me out and just like you both probably know that you know my sharing a little bit more personal stuff. Listeners can feel more involved in part of your family then. I also have had occasions where people one one time and now someone's going to do it just for fun because I mentioned it on your show. I met a conference talking to somebody. And they say something. That's kind of tangentially related to our conversation but seemed awkwardly out of place and I must have given him a funny look and they said Oh you said that in show number one of four and I was like oh no. Don't don't don't don't hire me. Don't quote anyone to anybody. It just doesn't work. Don't know don't do it so at but I I I recently was trying to get and it still might happen. We'll see a some professional podcast going with local realtors because Boise's real estate market is exploding insanely and the realtors are all trying to figure out how to get an edge considering their six thousand of them and in you said this is where in. Boise Idaho Boise. Is that how it Boise? There is no see? It's an S. Well You keep saying it. However you want the possessive of Boise's real estate market just kind of struck me as yeah but they were kind of a big deal so one of the two are sell at one of the things I was. I was telling some of the people that actually got to meet with was. When you're doing a podcast you are speaking into basically directly in somebody's brain which creates a kind of an intimate relationship that if your wanting to professional relationship with somebody for say helping them buy a home or sell a home. Then you've already done half of the work just by having them listen to a few episodes. Your podcast absolutely true. The other thing. That really is bizarre. How blessed I am if I can say that I have a lot of clients that listened to my show and a lot of prospective clients. Come to me because they've listened to my show so I don't have to sit down with them for hours and explain my system of Ace. I have a process and I'm not doing one of those shows where I t's you can make more money without facing a risk in the market. If you just call me I'll tell you all about it. I literally give out the symbols for the investments that I use and the ratios and the percentages. And I breakdown what I do. Why do how I do it? Other financial advisers. Look at me and they'll say things to me like why would you do that? 'cause no one will ever hire you if you give it all away for free but people do hire me and maybe more people listen because it's just the fact this is what I do Sometimes I'm a little odd freaked out weird out whatever if someone calls me and says I want to hire you. Did you hear what I had in my show? I already told you how to do it. Yeah that's cool Phil and I like your system but I'm just not GonNa do it like I'm not going to work on my car. Yes there are just some things. You don't WanNA get your hands dirty with you. Don't want the personal risk so yeah just hire professional well for for a great example of a kind of a corollary on that if you look at the software industry there is a lot of insanely big business with. I work in the medical field kind of nineteen so I get to see a lot of stuff where it's insane that that piece of software. Casa million dollars a year and new software is going to be a billion dollars for a rollout. And it's just it's insane some of the stuff that that happens with that but then you look at like you'll get red hat who does. Lennox. It's free and open source. They actually sponsor a project that does exact same thing as what you can buy from them but a free and yet they got big enough to be the first billion dollar a year company in the open source world and got bought by IBM and the head of Red Hat is going to be the new president of IBM. Because if you give it away for free people there are a lot of people will still pay you for it. Because they know that it's good.
Fashion & Film
"Episode actually has been on my mind since our very first season and it combines both my passion and my career because today we talk about fashion and film and we actually thought this was a particularly fitting episode with which to launch season three seeing as it's February. WNYC which is an eventful month for fashion in film. We are currently in the midst of course of the International Fashion Week Circuit and the Ninety Second Academy Awards Air. Just this is past Sunday February ninth. Not that I've seen many of the Oscar contenders this year. But let's be honest. I mainly tune in to see what everyone is wearing. Yes exactly the same. Although I did watch rock man last night which I know I loved. You're so so on costumes. Were amazing. Customer agree on that yet and we actually got to see a couple of them in in person when we were in L. A.. Recently which was very cool but the Oscars is definitely one of fashion industries. Highlights of the year. You know. I think it's safe to say that. What celebrities as where to this star centered? Event is just as exciting as the awards. Show itself and I'm sure many of our listeners will be joining us in watching the pre show coverage where where we will get an up close and personal look at all the glamour shirt to be on display on this year's red carpets and speaking of red carpet April you and I both. It's had our very first red carpet experience last month when we attended the iheartradio podcast awards. Yes and I will have to. I have to say getting ready for that stuff. Takes a really long time. I had no idea. We're inheriting makeup literally. Our it was very fun. Yeah it it was very fun so you're going to hear a little bit more on our first fashion history mystery of the season where we talk about all things red carpet including our favorite picks from this year's red carpet and an interview with Bronwyn cosgrave. Who is the author of the book made for each other which is an in-depth behind the scenes? Look at the history the of red carpet fashion so the Academy Awards dates back all the way to the nineteen twenties but the first films are being made as far back as the eighteen ninety s so the movies being produced ladies for over one hundred and twenty years you know. I think we should probably preface this episode by saying this is only intended as an overview of very huge topic like Jain enormous topic. Yeah I mean it's so big that we've chosen to focus almost entirely on the relationship between fashion as as it relates to American Hollywood films and for the most part I mean there will be a few exceptions and even by narrowing our discussion. There are still so many fascinating winning stories and players involved with a subject that it is impossible to cover them all in one episode. And that is why we are bringing you to yes and as you said. Casas is a huge topic and there are many different angles which we could look at the intersections of fashion and film. Historically of course the most obvious one is the depiction of fashion in film and that is fashionable clothing as costume worn by characters in support of the visual narrative of any given plot and this fashionable clothing can be worn both in contemporary films. Those intended to be set within the time in which their audience are living now currently when interviewing them and also period films film set in the past so clothing and fashionable clothing at that is one of the most vital production elements in selling link any given period in history it is very central to the quote unquote look of a specific time and place and we have to give many a costume designer props further further historical accuracy over the years but April. I think you would agree that present day fashion is a pretty powerful force and even the best designers have been guilty of implementing unconsciously or not contemporary beauty and fashion aesthetics into their period costumes. So if you look at any number of the westerns from the nineteen sixties for instance instance set in the late nineteenth century. But I can't even tell you how many heating ladies in these films are costumed with bouffant hairstyles eyeliner. They're so good. You know not to mention that these electric colors of their bustle gowns so fashion in film and we're using the term film today because while the majority of the movies were talking about where filmed on film so fashion and film have been inextricably linked since the earliest days of cinema. The I motion picture films were produced at the end of the nineteenth century by the first decade of the twentieth film production had fast evolved into a mass entertainment industry tree. Hollywood obviously as we all know in Los Angeles California was epicenter and the home to over seventy studios and counting by nineteen fourteen and prior to the advent of film. Theatre was a hugely popular form of spectator entertainment. And it was thanks to this medium that that female audiences had long been accustomed to viewing their favorite theater actresses and the clothes they wore as the latest word and chic and and actresses wore high fashion on an off stage and we'll heralded as fashion icons in newspapers. Fashion Magazines and film would prove no different different with its bevy of Silverscreen starlets who would capture the admiration of millions of women audience goers all across the country so with the film industry fast on the rise in the early twentieth century. We see the debut of the first film Fan Magazines such as photo play and Motion Picture magazine. And both of these magazines presented actresses as this fashion trendsetters. And you WANNA go down a rabbit hole. You can go to media history project dot org forward slash fan magazines because they have a huge archive five of keyword searchable magazines on there. So have a blast so far but it will it will take up an entire afternoon. Photo play even had a regular column dedicated to fashion which often featured full-body photographs of actresses so as to best display their entire gowns printed in black can white though. These photographs were accompanied by text. That really detailed the gowns color and fabric for the enquiring reader actress Norma talmadge was featured so often in the fashion section in a photo play that she was even named fashion editor for a short time in nineteen twenty by emphasizing the dress and appearance of these early film stars. These he's magazines played a pivotal role in establishing film actresses as fashion icons. But you may be wondering who was dressing them today. We're all accustomed to the important role the costume designer and Costume Department and Film and Television Production. Obviously what would Miss Marvelous. Mrs Mazel be without Donna and her talented team of assistance. Cutters fitters Taylor shoppers. dyers agers the list. There are a lot the people helping out on those productions. Let's just say Oh. Yeah but actually in the earliest days of cinema. There was no such thing as a costume designer and thus no costume department dedicated educating to produce in costumes for a specific movie so according to costume designer and historian Deborah Landis in her book dressed century of Hollywood costume design. She's actually written quite extensively on the history of Hollywood design. So you're going to hear her name. Come up quite a bit so according to Deborah Producer Adolph Zuqar and director. D W Griffith were among the first to recognize the importance of and need for the professional costume designer. And this was in the nineteen ten's but we still do not see standardization cassation of the costume designer and department until the nineteen twenties so prior to this actors and actresses were largely expected to provide their own wardrobes for contemporary foams. With many I mean those who could actually afford it. I suppose many of these people work directly with their favorite fashion designers to create their specific onscreen. Looks for instance. Paul Poiret as you all know who we adore and love. He designed the period costumes for acclaimed actress. Sarah Bernhardt in the nineteen twelve French film. The loves of Queen Queen Elizabeth. It does not surprise us at all. That far was among the very first fashion designers to embrace the new medium of film as a way to extend. His influence is an advertise his brand although he would never admit it. Of course big neither would contemporary lady Lucille Duff Gordon. Who designed the gallons for the leading ladies for over twenty films between Nineteen Fourteen and nineteen twenty two starting with the perils of Pauline starring? Pearl White I love that AH film And in April nineteen eighteen vote dedicated to page spread to Lucille designs for actress Clara Campbell Young and the Nineteen nineteen eighteen film. The reason why which was written by Lucille sister the famed novelist turned screenwriter. Eleanor Glynn thanks to there's well known collaborations nations. I mean. Is it any wonder that Motion Picture magazine declared that quote motion picture actresses where the latest modes and they declared this in its September nineteen fourteen issue. The article goes on to say that quote women revel in the style of gown much better in the picture show than she can in the pages of some fashion journal but this brings up a very very interesting point April because we all know how quickly fashion can change and what was in fashion when you're designing and then shooting a film while it might have changed I by the time. The film was released six months to a year later. Case in point Lucille's designs for Clara in the reason why might have been presented by vogue as the latest fashions nineteen eighteen. But I know at least one of those designs came straight from her nineteen seventeen collections. Clair West one of the very first screen credited costume designers address address. This very issue in an interview with women's wear daily in December nineteen nineteen according to her fashionable film costumes reproduced thanks to new fashion forecasting which is fascinating. She goes on to say quote. It is particularly difficult to dress characters for the screen when one considers that the close not only must be up to date but they must be several months head of style and you know by designing for the future Claire and other costume designers designers of this time really consider themselves both costume and fashion desires case in point one month prior women's wear daily had interviewed West about the influence silence of Hollywood on fashion in an article titled Motion Pictures To Create New Fashion Center and at the time West was under a seven year contract with the picture and distribution distrubution company. lasky famous players company. Soon to be known as a name. Some of you may recognize paramount pictures quote as for the role which motion pictures plays plays and fashion resort. In Miss West opinion there is no limit West oversaw the designing and making of costumes for the entire film company. So this is no oh small order and she did this in a three story building devoted entirely to costume production just to give you an idea of the size of this costume. Department West fulltime fulltime team consisted of sixty five women including five flower makers ten designers. Numerous seamstresses to Taylor's staff hairdressers. There's a number of assistance quote in this way said West. We have the ideal conditions under which fashions should be created and created. Is the keyword right here because they were not buying you know off the rat clothing cast for both period and contemporary films. The majority of the clothes seen on the stars in Hollywood films were produced made to measure for them in
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