17 Burst results for "Changsha"

"changsha" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

06:55 min | 8 months ago

"changsha" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Okay came. So we've had the second half of all of the round four matches today apart from. People. On people and off Daniel Collins, on Danielle Collins are going to be playing tomorrow because of the weather. But let's let's talk about the matches that have happened and let's start with. Let's start with. Patrick Evita because we have just spoken about is. Issue now, the inherited favorite from Saleh because they're all, they're all think a significant number of fans and the people in the press people in the media who would probably say you know Patrick vetiver is is looking is looking very good and you know even though she's not been the greatest kind of clay court player in the possum using this is I know you have second appearance in quarterfinal? Ever Ah at the French. Open. Nothing first twenty twelve. A law people saying that she is now she is now the favourite I mean she came through quite easily against Jiang hsi-wei six, two, six, four, one, hour, twenty, five minutes. I mean, what do you think I mean I feel like we're on a collision course for potentially. A cannon semi final. But do you think what would you think about Kavita? What did you think she stands kind of getting into the second week of the French Open. Well. She's Lower Ziegler next and have to say that Christmas the favourite for that one given. A format grandma she's a two-time select Sim champion and Reach final last year. So I mean, yes she's not being at this stage of girls for years but Her ability is is still that and have formed today was very impressive. Hairpin wasn't really anything ever going to particularly challenge. For just managed the Powell Haredi so you. Would expect. To come through against Zeke but I think. I think, yeah that that semi that we will kind of looking with. That would be with Kenan is the maybe the Perhaps, that will be the batch for the tournament riddick given the fact that they're the only to slam champions left in it but some. Yeah, I'd like to see Kavita win another slam I think. She was quite, very strong. Thanks Day because you know the horrendous knife attack a couple of years back and I, think it was three years ago the at road and where she came back from that I almost back so. I think it'd be back in at this stage in the last eight of the tournament hair. It's it does mean a lot to her and I think if she can kind of channel that that. I I wouldn't be surprised if she went and won the tournament Joe. Yeah she's always kind of bear isn't a dangerous player which puts it all together. It's interesting because we look at. Grand Slam record she's those two titles at Wimbledon and I think that's where you know see the British public fell in love with her but we don't really associate with being able to do it on a on a clay court and you look at. How qualities in terms of you? Now, she is a very powerful hitter from the baseline and you you. You know obviously that works very well on a on across court. but yeah, I. Think into the French Open on clay cool I was just wondering. How how how is that going to work because she really sort of a loopy. Heavy for. So apply she hit like a little bit more flat but I mean, she still has even these calls. She still has kind of the. She still has the power to hit clean winners I mean she hit twenty three. Against Changsha today. And Yeah I just think I just wonder if you know she's going to be able to just kind of blow away the competition with with that sort of that sort of play wherever she can whether she can keep I know she's going to have hodder opponents if down the line with potentially. Kevin Kennon in the in the semifinals Siegelman as well is going to be you know no slouch. So. Yeah it's. It's. It's still kind of I. Think there is danger that. I think. Looking at butterball feeder before the total dating, we were thinking the. Candid. Could be the loss to seats. The law seeds left it on in the bottom half of the draw but. Hey. That's that's where and you know this French Open has been unpredictable but convertible I think has shown so far that she's been A. She's been pretty solid and lift up. I mean she's lived up to her seating so far yeah. She hasn't come through with any major dramas and I think Joe is most natural SF space or the one that we would associate with she has won a few of the Klay Premiere Events Unai she's one Madrid Tom's thing. So I think especially with indoor play she's she's she quite likes that so I think necessarily this. Is. A, really fall score is going to be perhaps a massive issue I today I mean Zeke. Men today she came through against Paulo. DOSA. In straight-sets, she's off to that first round. Of It and the drama of the double bounds she's been making swift progress through and. Some fog still to lead that game. LITERALLY WITH PEOPLE ARE PAINTING OF DOOMSDAY scenario we've kind of like. Ziegler. Zeke. But there's always going to win the French Open. How she could live for the rest of our life knowing that she double bouts did that I rattled to get rich. How she lived with. Renault in that. Scenario just yet but. Hov Today Zeke decided to during her payments medical timeout. She went over to get a nice top of noodles or something. And then she decided that with a full eating eating a box of carbs and she said she, she was kind of a bit loan call. She wants to have a a sugar rush but she didn't really found see like on an open on she wants something really substantial. So she also. Get some some up and she just sat ain't as a say I love I love how you the script or the take out via physio. Is Not the. really interesting though because it's not something. We see. If I can remember. The. Incident the. Brought to my mind. Maybe for British fans, there's been Marcus Willis. A think a few years ago. I had a can of coke and a snickers bar on shaven. It gave me kind of flashbacks of that but I've never.

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"changsha" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"changsha" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Is short for Swiss federal. Institute for four snow. Landscape Research Learn something new everyday folks. Anyway, the W. S. L. said in response to the man's death quote we have not only lost the director of our institute, also a committed scientists and above all a unique and generous person and friend. We will all miss him. It is said that the man who died is so famous that he has over fifteen thousand academic citations. He has also been pursuing climate science for about forty years now mostly in the Arctic and Antarctic. And he was also teacher at the University of Boulder, Colorado and the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. And Al Gore had to say on the matter I wish I could get Al. Gore to write in on every story I have unfortunately this is one of the rare times where we get to savor his opinion l., Gore said quote. He's reknowned. For his work as a Galileo. Old on I pronounce that incorrectly a glaciologist. and has been instrumental in the world's. Deep. Ended understanding of the climate crisis. He has been a positive influence on our campus and countless students. I'm thankful we had him here. Rest in honor. I wish I could have them comment on everything. It's just the way he phrases everything it's so brilliant. Barely. All right. Unfortunately. There is not much more to this story except for the meditation that he was. A glaciologist. Who was trying to understand the effects of climate crisis and ended up falling through ice as his final hurrah which is not funny that it happened but it's kind of funny how it happened. Okay. Next Story. A Chinese restaurant apologizes for weighing its customers. So just a little background. This restaurant in central China has a policy where they encourage diners to weigh themselves before they actually ordered their food. The policy was introduced after a national campaign against food waste. which was launched in China. As a response, the beef restaurant in the city of Changsha place to large scales at its interence in order to accommodate customers and reduce possible. Food waste. What they would do then is asked diners to enter their measurements into an APP that would then suggest menu items accordingly. They had to slogans added to their advertisement. One of them was quote be thrifty diligent promote empty plates. Another one was operation empty So they're taking this very seriously. However, the Chinese response was not all that positive. Most of it came from social media course almost couldn't have been positive. hashtags. have been viewed more than three hundred, million times on social platforms such as we go. And response. The restaurant said quote we are deeply sorry. which is kind of a weak response. One of the weaker apologies I've heard. We are deeply sorry they go on to say quote. We are deeply sorry for our interpretation of the National Clean Plate campaign. Our original intentions were to advocate stopping waste and ordering food in a healthy way. We never force customers to weigh themselves, which is both a true and funny response I'm not quite sure why everybody got so upset in the first place, they could have just gone to the restaurants competitor instead. But I guess people like outrage I like being outraged. It's fun. It's fun being angry. Especially, if it's a product of no consequence like beef. Anyways, this whole campaign started as a result of g camping the president of China's. Campaign in order to lower the waste of food san quote, it was shocking and distressing. As a result, many other restaurants in the city limits. Will now only serve a certain number of dishes to each individual diner. Implementing a system where groups have to order one dish fewer than the number of diners which doesn't make a whole lot sense. If you have six people, you should be able to order six meals. But apparently, they're only allowed to order five now. But as we have for that particular story, we are now going to move on to the last one of this segment, a Florida man as my Florida story of the week by the way. Hey Florida man floods is jail cell by repeatedly flushing the toilet. That's clever. I never would have thought of that. So this happened in Melbourne Florida. Where the man repeatedly flushed toilet in order to flood. His jail cell area, and then he proceeded to make death row towards one of the officers who eventually took him into custody. This all began with the arrest of the man he was arrested for stealing schwinn bicycle. From somebody's garage. And even though the bike was actually given back to the victim before the man was arrested, he's still pressed charges because he caught the felon on video. As well as saying quote, my family was home at the time. I can't have bicycle stolen from my front yard when my kids are watching. Ridiculous anyways. The police say that they located the man and had him taking him into custody. However, once placed in a cell, the man was accordingly quote extremely irate. Hey started on cell doors and then flushed the cell toilet repeatedly until the room flooded. Because of this, he ended up and breathe vard. Jail. He berated the officer with racial and homophobic slurs not a good thing and I don't think it'll look good for him. Trying to get out of here. All he did was still one hundred and fifty dollar bike I think he's just making it worse for himself now. And his most offensive threat of law enforcement came in the form of him saying quote you're going to be killed when this is over which he said to his arresting officer as they pulled up to the jail as a result Adams not just facing a occupied burglary grand theft charge he is also facing a threatening of a law enforcement officer charge so. He's not going unscathed for that. Which is pretty sad. He could have just kept his mouth shut and he would have been out a lot earlier than he's going to be. Now all he did was still at one hundred and fifty dollar bike, and now he's being threatened. For himself threatening law enforcement. Right, that's all we have for this. Got Dang segment stay tuned to the next one. And I'll tell you about a gut Dang Australian surfer who saved his wife by punching the shark that was attacking her. We also have one brothels reopened in Berlin, but no sex is allowed. It'll be fun. Stay tuned eventually, I'm going to give you my top ten. Assassinations in history. So stay tuned for all of that..

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"changsha" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"changsha" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Vo On twitter, the he he's regretted a whole bunch of times over the intervening years, and he wishes he'd code the main an upstream from the beginning, and so now the potential Jones Changsha. I would like to see origin changed upstream. I always have to and think to myself origin and decipher every single time I make conscious effort to actually think about what that means, and indeed the name master for the default branches sort of one of those things you. Over the other things that you have to learn when you learning, get you have to almost is just what they call. The default branch is now actual reason for its be called master, because it's not even like everything else is a copy of because it's not really not because that's the point of get. It would be nice. If I were able to about you wanted to create the thing I would like to create harnesses. All the energy from people spend more time complaining about this. They would do just fixing it until I and to some really useful use like sending us a malls thing. I'm next up in a move. Which I'm sure STU would approve of Google, has added an experimental into chrome to hide the full url from the address bar wants. The page is loaded so now just show the domain instead, and not the rest of the R. L. Path I'm a fan of this. I'll be honest with you neither. He's not just because we're old and grumpy. I think it's complicated Matt? I'm Google been trained to do this for a while when PWA's, I started to become a thing those standalone mode. the idea was this was basically for phones, and if you installed an APP if you put Baltic to your home screen and they came up with come up without address power toll, which is fine. But. They also wanted the option of hiding hiding away the URL's so you just couldn't get to them toll, but Are At least a little bit important and I don't like the idea. I personally don't the day of hiding them away as an implementation detail..

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"changsha" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"changsha" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"One of the containers for the championship and the manager eighty. How're you feeling good incest. We can't hear walton melt. I'm feeling good again. It's this weekend. Small is my home trike and this n._f._l. On car can have a chance of gain a win in the west so you've had practice so far this weekend i used to track conditions when as way <hes> it's known as slippery mail a as we we just went on slakes in free practice to do that and it was very well and it just ran a little bit and hit the deck yeah you you went down with a couple of other raiders as just the even way conditions when of course like says or even with waiters on death goal as the wash suck counter so far are for this these conditions is to call in track and they they call around here law. They'll say cost strengthening lay down rubel when the way hey just so sleepy they say this your home run that here this weekend. How much do you feel like you can get a result and close evan and of course james than in changsha shut once again rowsley. Me and james joined in the championship some hope it's overtaken this round down. Evan is a long way away at the moment is he can definitely catch him. So there's a couple more rains left what other things you looking to build upon as they season comes to an end <hes>. I'm hoping it's <hes> well. I'll never to win the championship. It's a long stretch so you're in meiji. Be seventies. I sure voice japan's for twenty twenty and beyond <hes> <hes> next year i'm going into the fray shaolin cook <hes> <hes> yeah. I'm just going through next year so we know there's a few up next year. Who are you looking to get ahead of his closest rivals and the price down cop in two hundred twenty well already out a a yes <hes> head start <hes> shaniqua this year. We've been donor so next year. I'm hoping to be the fastest of the people moving next year but we'll have to see saw. Oh homered this weekend. As anyone setbacks hello to back. Thank you tiv- friends family move sponsors yeah everyone this today. Thanks very much for the chat on a regular weekend thank you i'm here with many seventies championship leader evan belford evan. We're here this weekend. How you feel it'd be is going so far is going to be honest always in podium positions in free practice on stick to that for the rest of the weekend. There's the ones up here at wilton mel chances of rain potential as we can with a little bit way conditions so far how you feeling in both dry and wet conditions. I'm feeling good in the joy. I just think it's just look on this is going to win. The rights lost. Ryan leads went it. It was wet so the dry conditions. The track is quite grumpy and the way liberty. Where's the problem points and track for you the toconas when this heartbreaking zones in the west coast if you break into all you can i as a potential hazard for every writer on attract this weekend so you might just off the season with a bit of an injury at number one but you must have a backup and you've gone on such a run of when so far this is europe juice amazed full season. I know it's been a roy is just been really good to be on a sense of first round yeah. I've just been really consistent game points on four now some go in four in the championship a knob just to keep game podiums taking points. People are the only thing and get a good guy. Now you've got james cook on aid yoshi quickest bagging championship by this bill campbell all walker who so far this weekend has been <hes> <hes> you mean rival for april a really fuss lachman on friday and i think he's gonna make good rice so we have a good five or six of us upfront battling so what your plans for twenty twenty and beyond the staying in the metro moving off to something else next season even keep cheap b._t._c. bs. I'm going to be three and have you had any practice in the motor city bag so far he taking over social g._p. On how how much looking forward to moving into motor three next season really excited on your hopefully going to take the number number one spot what the.

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"changsha" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"changsha" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"The mandarin is basically right for versus free racist character but he's got these ten magical or scientific ethic rings. Whatever you wanna call that allow him to manipulate you know kind of like the gauntlet you know different chinese versus the goblin right orientalist orientals go. It's a you you know but <hes> you know back in that. In ironman <hes> the mandarin was was trolled as being ben kingsley <hes> <hes> and it turned out that it wasn't making lee who's an actor and the ten rings terrorist organization. I had no problem with that. Take by the way i mean it's it's better and easier than doing kind of like a long finger longer. Male kind of i don't think they had the sophistication to sort of like to bounce that quite at that time but now now apparently the do because <hes> the word is mandar. The mandarin is stepping into the role of fu manchu in this and <hes> canonical <unk> shanxi is the the son of the mandarin right <hes> but <hes> that's when battled back on marvel had the license for for food sexual yeah who yeah so if if they make him the son of an actual guy who is the mandarin you know <hes> it will be particularly fast because they also announced some other people are going to be in his right we having talked about that <hes> and <hes> and the big for me the big announcement was tony lung twenty why <hes> in unspecified role all right but you know he's not playing like random third guy from the left yeah. He's you know the role is obvious for him would be to play the mandarin. Yeah i feel like tony lung is one of the last untapped the last like great hong kong talents announced that an untapped by hollywood in some fashion right like the i like he's been in on lee movie those shot in asia okay yeah yes caution right <hes> i would say the other well. I mean a bunch of those stars from that era kind of like you know in the same boat like andy lau and jacky cheung and so forth the fourth one eight what's fucking matt damon movie <hes> great wall. There's a bunch of guys who were kind of jammed into that. Yeah you know i want. I wanna die even think about that but <hes> you know but that wasn't really a hollywood movie. It was like a chinese movie and you know frankly. I i would also let point the finger at stephen chow. Oh yeah right <hes> who you know i think would be brilliant as a director or natural both okay setting on that side at aside side. Tony lung is perhaps the the most howard put he he can slide into any roles far as i'm concerned you can do comedy comedy. He can do action. He can do thrillers. He can do romance <hes> he can do no wrong one of my favorite actors in in hong kong to ever yeah <hes> and even older as he is. He still kills it in everything he does so. I'm really looking forward to this. I don't know how how good english is you know. Even now it'll be okay it'll be it'll work <laughter> right but for him to actually play a major role in an m._c. film. Tom is mind blowing. Whoever thought of that casting the army just you nailed it. You nailed it by by that consideration the other big casting announcement for the movie it almost feels like ordinary because like shooting every film have aquafina but she's in its yes she's it but but and i'm like why not yeah yeah and then and this is just the tip of the iceberg right these three names and you know they have to fill up. The rest of that has all right so it's going to be pretty. I think it's pretty cool. All that said we still have to deal with the fact that this is sanctuary yeah right if you look at the oranges of sanctuary. It's pretty like like it's creative. Origins is pretty shallow like it was created in the wake of so the bruce lee kung fu crazy. He is basically a clone of bruce. Lee right <hes> what you have have to do now for this to work at all is to make you have to sort of divert a lot of the things that the trophy was built on ryan and then kind of like well. Here's what i would say. There's a real tension there because on the one hand you have to subvert those troops on the other if they don't if they're not true genre actually make this an actual martial arts. It's filmed right like with all the bones of it. I think that it's going to be huge disappointing masher fucking kung fu yeah right so they have to actually i think have the the beats and the chops of you know the chops of a of a kung fu movie. I wanna see training sequences. I wanna see <hes> you the same sort of like learning from a wise master and then maybe turning on an or or does he a master of revenge. Are you the mastered. It turns turns. He'll it has to be defeated by. The student or the master is killed by somebody and the student has to avenge the master. That's like if it's not that way away and then here if it is a father son thing which i think. They said they were committed to doing right that. It's gonna be a father story then. It's likely that all this is gonna take place in a family right. Shanxi learns his father and then finds out his father as villainous and has to make decisions then star wars. Okay like arguably you know. I mean doesn't learn from i mean you know darth. Vader doesn't come into his life until much later but you know the reality is like that trope of. You're not my father. You know it's like you can. You can see see where that could lead. He's yeah so i'm i'm. I'm optimistic about most of that. I feel like this can't be dumb. I mean just talent like a dozen credit is like really i have seen his. He's i filmed for ten twelve which may a totally different though <hes> this but i have confidence in that i'm not familiar too much of the the writer the writer he's also asian american yeah yeah i. I'm i'm psyched. I'm psyched yeah. It makes makes up a little bit for akira so on that note. You know props up to see who we love. You man and we're looking forward to talking to you. <hes> when you get a little leash okay before we talk about one more thing back in march not too long ago seattle actually made the the appeal to marvel to be shanxi on this podcast right. We mentioned changsha news lying. He was like hey marvel. If you look in still here and and then he did a backflip on the podcast correct in front of a live studio audience marvel has announced the fast acting. I mc you move sancti. That was quick. Being in yes yankee is that you're answering the answer this the final answer it is it is correct. Yes okay bonus who is chang cheese canonical a father who meant you. Yes dopey.

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"changsha" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Off for twelve weeks and get your job back. But you don't get paid zero no Washington state. Have that maybe a state. Yeah. Say there is a federal law that governs this, there may be more liberal policies in some states. United States standard is twelve weeks, unpaid leave state of Washington. I ask my daughter she lives in Seattle. She said twelve weeks with basic pay just minimum pay, and then after twelve weeks, I think that maybe the reason, you know, in Washington state that they have Seattle, they're like a money enging. Maternity policy. It maybe because Washington state is very high tech state, and there's a lot of let's call them in light and companies like Microsoft time foam the mother side, or the father, who are reluctant to help, you know, giving a helping hand is not really money in some of the, like the middle classes, people career women career man, I can defer is being afraid of not perform, well falling behind, and somebody replace you because, you know, the job can be cont- there. This is the fear fundamentally, especially for lawyers. You know, for these, you cannot just even I was scared of on, you know, not being able to catch up what's happening now after half a year being away. So this is the thing, this is the fear for every woman who has to go through this period of time, especially now you have to children, you know, these two child Polisena. Indeed. Thanks Malinke are is English commentator and Harvey voting senior fellow at a center for China and globalization, which talked about 'em maternity rights in UK, and Canada's Ben on religious symbol in public sectors for the first half after the break a Chinese employee fired for oak emoji replied to boss and meteor shopping festival shows China's huge potential in consumption. You're listening now are well weekly addition of today with me. Ghana. Enough today. I'm gonna and I'm joined in the studio by Harvey zoning senior fellow at a center for China and globalization. And my colleague links yard is English commentator employee has been fired from a bar. A censure China after replying to her manager was the okay emoji on instant messenger, NUP way chats, the manager of the bar in Changsha when I'm promise tackle the employees in the teams which group last week, asking her to send over so meeting documents and to issue with her response. And no Kate emoji, the manager replied usually use tax to reply to the message. If you have recieved it, don't, you know, the rules, east, this, your knowledge -ment of receipt, a few minutes, later towed of employees to contact the HR department, and sort out her resignation after the incident. The manager has sent out an official announcement to the group requesting everyone us Roger. When reply. Lying to his messages. So get a fired just by one emoji was reflection on this news is the boss overreacting or penny Harvey. I think this is really disgusting. Is there an emoji, to give somebody the middle finger? That's what I would've us because I think this is totally innocent emoji. That was used. There obviously, was no prohibition against using it until after the fact. So nobody had any warning or there were no company policies. So I think the boss must be the kind of person you'd never wanna work for because moss is arbitrary. Capricious must be his wife and children. So I wouldn't want to work for that boss or that company. And I feel for that employees, I think it's totally unfair. I do think the boss has a right to specify what's acceptable and unacceptable behavior and to publish a policy and to lay this out this clearly wasn't the case, here, my way our highway What's your take take on on this? this. I keep laughing. I said, I, I have posted the many of the Simba occasion to my boss. Never got. They got me. It's just okay. It's better. Okay, then, okay, our okay, so dry, if you type..

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"changsha" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on World News Analysis

"They have long the participatory and depression, an annot prime minister, the power is concentrated. The in the party, some commentators say in Cuba, because they know decentralisation all the power is centralized in the party people say in Cuba, puppy state, and the state is the party. Okay. So now, we have that to decentralisation of power and also competitive we first draft which was put the phone with the off a year ago when important to sentence will delete that was marching towards coming onto after of consolidation of discussion amount ordinary people and now this is still Inc. Constitution zoo sets marching toward communism. Deal remains in constitution. So this is this is also a very good the sign also the second important change in the pasta. Six months of is just about the same sex marriage. He was the first draft p it it's intended that the sim sex marriage. Could it be legal about the some people, particularly the church was opposed? The who amendments the now, you cannot we cannot find just as you to Cuba is going to pay attention to this kind of social development. And I was told the all all on. We can read it from the newspaper that probably Cuba might have public opinion survey on new referendum about the article regarding sex marriage. So you mentioned the private sector at all the economic reform measures and how about a foreign investment. And to what extent is Cuba from the reading of this new constitution opening up itself to foreing? Vestiges? We must say that Cuban open who far investment to fall for such a long time. We could say even as early as so union was disunion Cuba realize the was very important to attract foreign investment. But until now we can say I will say the government is still quite the cautious regarding the so-called inflow of foreign invest, well, like China in the I I well the government ten NB into picker some kind of cautious step we we cannot open the door. We hundred percent then off for that to come in. But when from this new constitution, we are going to see that the government will be more open or more liberal. Regarding attracting foreign investment. It's also a very fine. And other question is about outside environment. How would you evaluate the outside environment particular regional environment for Cuba to countries facing when it comes to attracting foreign investment and also dealing with relations with other countries, particularly the United States and also how about the certainties in Venezuela regarding the violence relationship to Cuba, and the US I think as US should be blamed for this kind of situation the constitution of Cuba, just time. Only the basic principle always before import is that you cannot see this kind of a ballot role relationship between Cuba, and the US or Cuba and oven. But I can see him that you you near future. At least when Trump is doing. The White House. I don't believe that we have into see big important to improve over the relationship between Cuba and the US. There will be some kind of minor changes between relationship for Cuba. And because you've now multiple crosses so Cuba want to pursue independent foreign policy to in the long run. I was a Cuba. I we can say Cuba. We more open to any increase, including US China. Russia minnesota. Secondly, I was that the Cuba will continue pursue its independent performing parts from. So it will be more in the morning that that can serve now. Changsha director of the center for lenton American studies at Shanghai University. Speaking was sui stone Akam Beijing Shanghai highest railway prepares for..

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"changsha" Discussed on Mad Influence

Mad Influence

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on Mad Influence

"Seat sounds delicious to me. Made sense to me no-one no-one went for it. Just dead. Was this is how it looks after years ten plus years later as like for many years. I blamed everyone else. And then I realized I could have made that better I could marketed that better I could present it this better. So it's been a lot of analysis of to y y fucked it up, and ultimately again, most the responsibility was on me. So I didn't know how to do it then either. So weirdly through a lot of different paths. We get to bang bar in bond bars, basically Sombor two point, oh, at least original version of it done in a completely different way. Again, because another thing that I am for sure is the moment with the most stubborn Astles you've ever met, particularly when someone tells me you can't do something or it doesn't fail account in twelve years. See I can't live with myself. Right. Like a half to scratch that each when you think about your influence. Does it bother you that when you see people copying you? I I went to John mine, I went to a restaurant in in Maui. Oh on Hawaii. It was like a fucking Chang. Copycat? It was like food created by not David Chang. They should've had it like trademarked, and it was like the plastic bottle. You know, the little Qassam sauce. It was the steam bonds, even the decor that just everything about of the box. It looked like your restaurant, and I was like Changsha beginning money for this. This does that not pissed you off for I think for a while it did. And then when I have to think about it. I have to realize I haven't really invented anything. I was just sort of change ratios repackage it a little bit differently. And how the juxtaposition of certain things come together. I think that also does it differently. Like, we say it in a different way that was ever presented before like that. I have to be humble about me. Like, you know, what fine. And then maybe I have to hope that that restaurant might evolve into something else. And maybe that's the first restaurant or like, I'm. Learning not to cash judgments Zo like immediately because I'm the new positive again. Like what I'm trying to do. Right. I realize like if I behave the way I'd behaved before it's a dark path. Right. Yeah. So I have to think about that and be like empathize. What if this person was like immigrant, and they saw some that channel that we're on. And they're like, oh, we can open up this restaurant. It's like what I'm the. I'm going to be the worst person world. If I say fuck, you you can't do that. If I hope if I believe as a person that my the world, I wanna live in is diverse full of new ideas, and like inclusive all of these things, then I have to represent those feelings too. Even though sometimes I may not want to an intruder actually was an awesome meal, and it was great. And I actually I thought well, it's not so bad. If they're a bunch of Momofuku offs all over the world. At least it'll be delicious. We had the money to do. So. But like the other thing about that in it certainly can be flattering. And I try. Not to believe anything that's positive because I feel like, you know, my head is physically big enough. I don't need it to be bigger. Is like the only thing I get sad about when I see that as I fucking hate imitation. I. I don't know who said it. But it's like it's suicide, right? Like, you only have so much time on this planet. Why would you endeavor to do something that's not your own? Ultimately, it's interesting that you say that you don't think you created anything original or or new because I was rereading the profile that Alan Richmond, dating G Q in two thousand seven, and I.

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"changsha" Discussed on DataFramed

DataFramed

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on DataFramed

"After that until it's time to jump back chat with west McKinney. So when living in the east village supporting yourself to build out the package, did you have any inkling the it would achieve the growth on was gal adoption that it has not not really. I mean, I I believed that I mean, obviously, I I had the belief that python. Ecosystem had a lot of potential in that projects like pandas were necessary to help the language and the community realized the potential like I think there was a lot of computational firepower in the non pie world and all the tooling Saipan and tools interoperability with native code. And so so I just wanted to help realize potential, but I didn't really have a sense of where go there were some other significant kind of confluence of things that happened to when you consider the development of stats models and psychic learn which brought meaningful analytical functionality to python. Like, I think if pandas, you know, really the big thing that made pandas success. Was the fact that it could read CSV files reliably, and so it became like a first port of entry for for data into python, and for kind of data cleaning and data preparation. And so if you wanted to do machine learning and psych it learn you wanted to use stats models for statistics econometrics needed to clean data. I and so using pandas was the obvious choice for that. But it yeah. It wasn't. It wasn't obvious. And you know, I created a couple of my former colleagues for make you are am Klein in Changsha to work with me on pandas, and we explored starting a company around. Nanteuil analytics in python powered by pandas, but we were focused on building out pandas an open source project kinda while we explored kind of that startup idea. Ultimately, we didn't pursue that startup. But we it was clear that by mid two thousand twelve that we'd sort of crossed the critical horizon of people being interested in python a language for data analysis, and since then you've found Soudan institutions, which have employed you in order to work on pandas. Right. I wouldn't say that outside of my time at a QR when I was building pandas kind of initially. I've never been employed directly to work on pandas. I started a company called data pad with Changsha. And so is venture backed company, and we were building a visual analytics product that was powered by pandas and other python the data paddles acquired by Cloudera at the end of twenty fourteen and so Chung, and I landed there to work on and my my role at Cloudera was to look holistically at the big data world and figure out how to forge. A better path for python and data science tools in general in the context of the big data world, that's the hoodoo PICO system and spark and kind of all the technology that which largely Java based which had been developed since two thousand six or two thousand eight and so I wasn't working on paneth's in particular at that point nice sort of had taken stock of the structural and kind of infrastructural problems that pan is had I gave a talk at the end of two thousand thirteen at pie data New York on the title of the talk was practical, medium, data analytics and python. And the subtitle of the talk was ten things. I hate about pandas. So I had this in the background this feeling that pandas was built on a fantastic platform for scientific computing, numerical computing. So if you are doing particle physics or HP see work in a national lab with a supercomputer python is really great. And that's how the ecosystem developed in the late nineties early two thousands. But first computing and big data. Analytics fact that like strings and categorical data wasn't a first class citizen in that world made things a lot harder missing data was not a first class citizen in. So there were a lot of problems that had accumulated. And so at that point by started to look beyond pandas as it was implemented than into kind of how we could build technology to advance the whole ecosystem and beyond the python world as well. So I think a through line in in this is really encapsulated by a statement you made earlier, which is you want to be a little technologies until a truly relevant doing statistics in with data. And I know is a tool builder you'll.

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"changsha" Discussed on Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler

Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler

"How do you feel about the role changing and respect like this world is a very fast paced industry, so what you're doing changes very often, but I kind of lead into that with changing things up time. Like if I'm not saying I want to change it and all that kind of emotion stew that as well as gang ago from that lives in a different country, you just going to replace people. Another guy coop Matt a month. Is named actually mad though, but not many people could deal with it changing because essentially you've just whatever has happened in my life. You've kind of been like they're almost go through that change as well. So like you've had to change your life with not my personal life, but what good. And that in itself, I think is I've had to be adaptable. All we moving to Berlin. Are we moving to LA? We're moving to New York. That stuff, but also when you're spending a lot more time now in Berlin. So I'm spending more time on my own at working by myself. So it was like getting the most out of me working independent, say no. I mean, it's really cool and to finish off this ever-growing intro, somebody got in touch recently regarding episode eighty free. I think it was slowly to the DMZ talking. As we were talking about. Test. It's really funny because I checked mines the Deums a law because there's often of like business related things that come in through that and Steffi sometimes is like, why are you checking your interests as if I'm doing some. Today, I and now she's seen the things that come through because genuine business right things that come through that now she understands it, but that's what I wanted to say. So it's really sorry if I pronounce this role, I think is you Hannah demand spout Jehanna, but I imagine it's Johanna Joanna, Giovanna Mara, she's Swedish student and she wanted to say how basically when we pass elves online, it's something we do as humans to present the best possible version of ourselves that the world can see. And we do everything to protect that image of ourselves and the way we think about those. So we have this image in our mind, the absolute pinnacle of who we are and it goes back to the evolution of the human race, supposedly, and wanting to look good to other human beings is almost linked to our survival. Anything isn't? It is actually, yes, five of the fittest isn't. It is going back to the roots. He just has really interesting. Yeah, and apparently it's the essential need to fit in with other people's. Well, that is a huge thing isn't. It was really interesting is I thank you for writing in. And I hope you guys found that interesting too because I found interesting is it was nice because we do a lot of rambling on this podcast. I'm doing it now, but it's always nice when you get some light people message in experts on these things, a lot more vested interest in it and we get to learn to. So most of the time I'm a, we just Changsha. Three actually seem some leg to stand on the issue stuff come on a no change there, but everything else is like just opinionated..

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"changsha" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on The Watch

"It's my number one. Boy, it's degree. I'm so happy. You're still doing this. I've been doing it the whole time. You haven't been listening every time. It's Alison, Herman. It's fantasy just like lemme. Tell them now publicly. I'm so grateful for their support their appearances on this podcast. Yeah, it was friend of the pod in my executive producer, Sam Esmail who mentioned to me in Albuquerque, a week ago. What a good job everyone was doing in the podcast, don't you think I said. Because I one hundred percent because you only listen to dual threat with Ryan russillo. That's kind of my dad's. You're only guy didn't consume any you want to be honest, I denied many podcasts. That's not exactly true right there was that one day where you really driving Santa Fe podcasts are incredible. I only listened to the Dave Changsha. That's true. That is it's hard to imagine a podcast more suited to my interests, but the watch seems like a soft landing for me now that I'm bad, she's good to see you what's up, man. You're back from New Mexico. Andy. If you live under watch rock for last couple of weeks has been in New Mexico shooting the pilot episode of his show briar patch with Dawson. She was there with the great Dennis hopper, the ghost. I know you tell us a little bit about the experience, so I guess I have ton of questions. I'd love to answer them. One thing I want to know is what are you gonna miss about the q. You know, you're talking to a guy who just spent forty five nights in the same hotel room. And when I say hotel room, I don't want people to think like sweet. This is not dot colleague here. This was collie. I'm in Mr. Hollywood. Like I had a big hotel room doc, Hollywood state at a pretty quaint, you know, being be, yeah, it wasn't like that either. It wasn't a very small hotel room with a balcony that I would like into a prison cell itself because it was like a balcony. But then there was like some next that why did they make six inch balconies? He was a six inch felt like sledded stone knows maybe the sun. You know, I'm gonna miss the experience. It was. It's really it was an incredible experience. Yes, a total dream and what was incredible and also disarming was you know the people who do this regularly, the people who work in production, the people who are who are in the show crew. It is a Carney life, you know, in a way that is very different from the life lives that we've lived up to this point. I mean people some production people were there for three or four months to work on the show. Some people are still they're closing the office onto the next one..

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"changsha" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"It opens up a debate about jewel nationality in Germany, and indeed how that has been viewed and not as the biggest point that he is making here Mazza will feels the, here's been wronged in terms of there being double standards because before you have plays like Miroslav closer, for example, of polish heritage as well with Lucas Podolsky. But others point is that it was never brought up about them the that they really had that or not to the same extent anyway, and the the treatment that he's received as being completely different, which to be honest, given the way all of a bear off the team manager of of of the German FA. Andy rhinehart grin deal. The German FA president have both and move towards scapegoating. Zeal since Germany got knocked out of the tournament. You would have to say the other has a point that dispose journalist on sheet Rhind Tutt. Still to come in the podcast dip lately realize that actually, there is Goethe's to be founded the most likely of places. He was the Kassir if the hole in the wall restaurant that the rest of us. Will pass the legacy of the American food critic, Jonathan gold. In recent years, China has faced a series of food and drug safety scares. Now, a scandal over forty vaccines has forced the Chinese premier to speak out Li ka Chang's at the issue had crossed a moral line demanded punishment. For those responsible parents have be taking to social media to express that anger ahead more from our Asia Pacific editor, Michael Bristow. What happened a few days ago is this particular company involved Changsha on biotechnology and the name of the company means long life. By the way it was revealed that it had produced a rabies vaccine in the process of that they'd falsified some test records if that wasn't bad enough. A few days ago, we found out that there was a separate investigation into another batch of vaccines for failure, tennis hooping cough, which again were substandard. It suggested in that particular case that they've actions just. At work. But of course, if you're a parent who's had any of these vaccines, you would has my child had something dangerous. And so parents have been taking to social media to talk about this, how the authorities responded. First of all, the parents, they're being very, very anxious saying things like, I'm never going to trust Chinese medicine. Again, econ trust, even the things that you give to your children in future. I'm going to try and buy foreign medicine instead of Chinese medicine. Of course, something like this thought is going to listen and there have listened to it in China state when media is usually very tightly control, and they tried to brush things under the carpet. And so there's something like this happens. They say, okay, we've got those responsible mallets move on. But interestingly, this has been all over the Chinese media. The main television news has been reported as even editors calling for property manasian. And I think that's why finally later on on Sunday leaker Chang, the Chinese premier's come out and said, this has crossed a more. Royal line, and we really need to get to the bottom of it and find out who's responsible. But at the same time, there are reports that social media posts have been deleted by the authority. Indeed, because a lot of them are asking the obvious question is how on earth time and time again, is China involved in these health scandals ten years ago. If we remember there was a scandal over baby formula which was poisoned several children died many, many more were made ill because of that. How is it that this company was allowed to make these vaccines found to be making them and find only a small amounts of money. We're talking about companies earning billions and billions there on the Shenzhen stock exchanges company, but only find a small amount. How is it that they allowed to carry on producing potentially dangerous vaccines? So while the thought is want to acknowledge that parents have got an issue that deleting their posts because they don't want to let this get out of hand. They're hoping that leaker Chiang's comments can put a lid on it. Michael Bristow the French president, former bodyguard, Alexander at Benalla has been charged with gang violence after he was filmed beating mayday protesters' Emmanuel Macron has been accused of being slow to respond to.

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"changsha" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"It opens up a debate about jewel nationality in Germany, and indeed how that has been viewed and not as the biggest point that he is making here Mazza will feels the, here's been wronged in terms of there being double standards because before you have plays like Miroslav closer, for example, of polish heritage as well with Lucas Podolsky. But others point is that it was never brought up about them the that they really had that or not to the same extent anyway, and the the treatment that he's received as being completely different, which to be honest, given the way all of a bear off the team manager of of of the German FA. Andy rhinehart grin deal. The German FA president have both and move towards scapegoating. Zeal since Germany got knocked out of the tournament. You would have to say the other has a point that dispose journalist on sheet Rhind Tutt. Still to come in the podcast dip lately realize that actually, there is Goethe's to be founded the most likely of places. He was the Kassir if the hole in the wall restaurant that the rest of us. Will pass the legacy of the American food critic, Jonathan gold. In recent years, China has faced a series of food and drug safety scares. Now, a scandal over forty vaccines has forced the Chinese premier to speak out Li ka Chang's at the issue had crossed a moral line demanded punishment. For those responsible parents have be taking to social media to express that anger ahead more from our Asia Pacific editor, Michael Bristow. What happened a few days ago is this particular company involved Changsha on biotechnology and the name of the company means long life. By the way it was revealed that it had produced a rabies vaccine in the process of that they'd falsified some test records if that wasn't bad enough. A few days ago, we found out that there was a separate investigation into another batch of vaccines for failure, tennis hooping cough, which again were substandard. It suggested in that particular case that they've actions just. At work. But of course, if you're a parent who's had any of these vaccines, you would has my child had something dangerous. And so parents have been taking to social media to talk about this, how the authorities responded. First of all, the parents, they're being very, very anxious saying things like, I'm never going to trust Chinese medicine. Again, econ trust, even the things that you give to your children in future. I'm going to try and buy foreign medicine instead of Chinese medicine. Of course, something like this thought is going to listen and there have listened to it in China state when media is usually very tightly control, and they tried to brush things under the carpet. And so there's something like this happens. They say, okay, we've got those responsible mallets move on. But interestingly, this has been all over the Chinese media. The main television news has been reported as even editors calling for property manasian. And I think that's why finally later on on Sunday leaker Chang, the Chinese premier's come out and said, this has crossed a more. Royal line, and we really need to get to the bottom of it and find out who's responsible. But at the same time, there are reports that social media posts have been deleted by the authority. Indeed, because a lot of them are asking the obvious question is how on earth time and time again, is China involved in these health scandals ten years ago. If we remember there was a scandal over baby formula which was poisoned several children died many, many more were made ill because of that. How is it that this company was allowed to make these vaccines found to be making them and find only a small amounts of money. We're talking about companies earning billions and billions there on the Shenzhen stock exchanges company, but only find a small amount. How is it that they allowed to carry on producing potentially dangerous vaccines? So while the thought is want to acknowledge that parents have got an issue that deleting their posts because they don't want to let this get out of hand. They're hoping that leaker Chiang's comments can put a lid on it. Michael Bristow the French president, former bodyguard, Alexander at Benalla has been charged with gang violence after he was filmed beating mayday protesters' Emmanuel Macron has been accused of being slow to respond to.

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"changsha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By excluding iraq and afghanistan from a us list of offend dez in the use of child soldiers south korea and japan have welcomed a us decision to declare north korea a state sponsor of terrorism the foreign ministry in seoul said the move would contribute to peaceful efforts to end the north's nuclear program from so paul adams reports donald trump's latest move had been expected for some time and came as no surprise in seoul the foreign ministry here said it expected the president's decision to contribute to the peaceful denuclearization of the north it would not alter the government's desire it said to try and bring north korea back to the negotiating table at the moment that seems a distant prospect being a chinese envoy returned to beijing on monday after four days in north korea there's no sign that he met the country's leader kim jong when something officials here were hoping would happen a prominent chinese his lawyer jiang chinyung has been jailed for two years on charges of colluding with antichina forces is the latest to be sentenced in a nationwide sweep against people involved in human rights work jiang chanyong represented other lawyers who were rounded up by the authorities in july 2015 a court and the central city of changsha jail name for schering people up to hate the government amnesty international called the trial a sham but francis has urged traffic police to show mercy to drivers caught breaking the rules of the road at a meeting with italian highways officers he appealed to them to show wisdom and to try to understand people's motives but the pope was also critical of the many drivers who he said transforming roads into formula one race tracks bbc news.

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"changsha" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Think of the things that were being said about mexico four years ago at this time to reactionary and by the way tournament football is a different beast altogether absolutely uh lance a druick could act dax mccarthy solve both the defensive and midfield problems by giving more cover and freeing bradley nags and bw um we've hard to cope the names be mentioned no because again fans have decided over the past two games that are midfield is in meltdown as well and we for danny williams be thought about as as that sitting midfieder is well alongside bradley um dax dax was all was good against ghana but i don't think dax convinced bruce during the gold cup yes we clearly have seen who bruce's guizar and maybe that's one of the things that we learned over this portion of qualification that be bruce needs to expand his rotten's little bit i wouldn't rule dax out danny williams would be an interesting one only because that would be coming out of nowhere and he is not played a role via the us announced now to thrust him into the premier li footballer though he had but he's having trouble getting gains at the moment is any yeah i know but he's just signed there so maybe he's going to work his way into the ah he left reading where he would seem to be very comfortable unhappy well i do not he did but he was not he did not impress me that march from what i saw them particularly in the changsha playoff now but he had a very good season i'm not going to judge inaugarated in those member maybe he is an option in there than an have we forgotten about names like class jin to may provide low lower creatively moving forward consi question flooding in there really we were so high on him a year ago at this time it all changes it all changes very quickly jared sires uh how 'bout omar gonzalez pitiful play an a not only taught just talking about the goalie gave up omer was back.

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"changsha" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Think of the things that were being said about mexico four years ago at this time to reactionary and by the way tournament football is a different beast altogether absolutely uh lance a druick could act dax mccarthy solve both the defensive and midfield problems by giving more cover and freeing bradley nags and bw um we've hard to cope the names be mentioned no because again fans have decided over the past two games that are midfield is in meltdown as well and we for danny williams be thought about as as that sitting midfieder is well alongside bradley um dax dax was all was good against ghana but i don't think dax convinced bruce during the gold cup yes we clearly have seen who bruce's guizar and maybe that's one of the things that we learned over this portion of qualification that be bruce needs to expand his rotten's little bit i wouldn't rule dax out danny williams would be an interesting one only because that would be coming out of nowhere and he is not played a role via the us announced now to thrust him into the premier li footballer though he had but he's having trouble getting gains at the moment is any yeah i know but he's just signed there so maybe he's going to work his way into the ah he left reading where he would seem to be very comfortable unhappy well i do not he did but he was not he did not impress me that march from what i saw them particularly in the changsha playoff now but he had a very good season i'm not going to judge inaugarated in those member maybe he is an option in there than an have we forgotten about names like class jin to may provide low lower creatively moving forward consi question flooding in there really we were so high on him a year ago at this time it all changes it all changes very quickly jared sires uh how 'bout omar gonzalez pitiful play an a not only taught just talking about the goalie gave up omer was back.

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"changsha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"changsha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Know we we've we've got into that topic a million times i was lenient to that and you walked right into way while because nowhere here the lowered consensus often it is followed by that number ninety seven percent right exactly and so we we've dealt with it before so many many many many times in the purpose here is not to get into the minutiae of every single topic right down will talk about it again as we have in the last couple of days but you walked into it right than the ninety seven percent has been debunked many times so the point is if you say that you have the science yet the analysis of the percentage of scientists is wrong from the very beginning then you really haven't on your home while because of you are applying critical thinking here if anyone is ask yourself forget about why we ask it why isn't there an international debate right now and i mean scientists on both sides because it's not ninety seven percent so you would have panels on both sides scientists not celebrities not politicians scientists having the debate why isn't that happening what you're doing this quoting something that someone said you're quoting an article your quoting a report it all goes back to one source of your ask yourself the bigger question why isn't the discussion being in changsha you know check your just just go to google and put in ninety seven percent of klein's climate scientists and you'll see myth you'll see debunked you'll see and you'll see people going back and forth on it but clearly it's not ninety seven percent of all scientists and or climate scientists that believe at it may be all one that answered a poll that was an extremely small number of those climate scientists right wax anthem dampened as a sample who actually answer that poll but is not ninety seven percent of climate scientists right by the way you know your people the the question itself do you believe in climate change that question is wrong that premises wrong it is the question is do you believe man is causing climate change right do you believe that the majority of the temperature difference is caused by man's import through manufacturing of global warming gases in to the atmosphere and are the predictions that had been made over and over again had they come to fruition and the answer is no they haven't.

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