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"chri" Discussed on Thrive Bites
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"chri" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What sectors and types of businesses Have you most excited? Well, you know, there's always a collection of revolutions that air sort of underway within tech and you know, you hear about what's getting disrupted today and what's in in mid disruption and what's in early disruption. Um, So despite the fact that Netflix Has been added Now for many, many years, we're still kind of in maybe the middle innings of streaming and the fact that cable companies are still in business and still pushing the old business model is evidence that There's more to come. You know, the, uh, the old saying is, history doesn't repeat, but it runs. What I would say is today, Roque Ooh rhymes with Netflix. Roque, Who was that company that when I talked about it 34 years ago, I got a blank stare. And today, more and more people recognize the name and kind of understand what they do, and they fit that pattern of the company that fights with no one wants to be Everybody's partner. On. It gets themselves in the middle of that trend, it kind of Find their their nish within that ecosystem. And so I'm excited about the move to The on demand dreaming and I'm excited about road crews position on what Bill I'm really, really big wave. That's one example. Another great example, I think is when we look at ease, ease electric vehicles, one of the things that you have to dig a little bit to get This appreciation is the voltage and the current requirement for electric vehicles. Are different. And that requires, uh, different different materials technology. And so a lot of the Maura efficient Uh, Elektronik. They're not built on silicon, but they're built on Silicon Carbide. And it just happens that there's this company that's been struggling since a kid you're not the late 19 eighties. It's called Creek and based in North Carolina, and they have been struggling their way. Down this really difficult learning curve of how do you work with this exotic material? And they have Finally found themselves in the exact right place at the exact right time. Because power Elektronik made with Silicon Carbide perform much better and give you better electric vehicles. You don't need to decide if you want to buy a Tesla or you want to buy Lucid motors. Or you wanna buy neo, You want to get exposure? This trend you come by Chri. And we have, and that's one of those. Stocks is performed really well, but still has a fairly modest market cap, and there was plenty of head room. And we're really excited about that. I recall Cree is one of the big innovators in l e D lights on 20 years ago is this the same company came up with the led on a chip or or something like that? Absolutely right. So this falls into the category of a solution in search of a problem. What Cree developed with the ability to work with Silicon Carbide, and they struggled for years to try to figure out what the end market We're Silicon Carbide really? Really taste And they thought it was led for a while. Then what they found was that you didn't have to make the perfect led. Using Silicon Carbide, you could make a cheaper led using other technologies and other materials. And you could do it in China, and so never mind all that and that was really daunting Challenge for them to get through that, but they did quite interesting. So are all these changes that are coming slow interpretive changes or are some of these more revolutionary than evolution. I think that it's somebody once called a successful started company, an overnight success 10 years in the making, uh, this thing off and if you think about how long we have cell phone before, one day, you look around and notice that everybody had a cell phone. Um You know for me? That was Ah, gosh, you know, in the early 19 eighties, when I was a college student, Nobody had a cell phone by the end of the eighties. Anybody in sales had a cell phone, but that was about it. But by the end of the nineties, it seemed like everybody had a cell phone. But all they were doing on their cell phones talking so you can see the big, big important changes. They take years to unfold. But when you look back at it You can't believe Just just how different things were, You know, from one decade to the next, so obviously evey czar, a longstanding trend that has nothing to do with the pandemic. But you've mentioned some things that seem to be a little pandemic related, obviously streaming being one of them. What about things like distance learning and remote work? Are these pandemic trends or or do they have legs or they Gonna continue. Once things start getting back to normal. I think those those examples are both trends that were happening already. But Pandemic accelerated them. One of things that happened here is that Our daily lives have been so disrupted that Almost anything is on the table. We're willing to rethink things and we're willing to go try new things. And so that's Overcoming the inertia. Inertia is really That's really tough. You've got something that's not broke. Why fix it on And you know that's really true with education. Um, unfortunately, the state of education Is such that you've got people who have through no fault of their own are great Advocates of supporting education. And find themselves being defenders of the status quo. And so I guess. One of that one great commentary I heard about a company. One time is a good guy said this is a great company. They just forgot to evolve. I would look at our educational system and say they kind of look like they forgot to evolve. And this Pandemic Now is maybe maybe going to give them the necessary kick in the pants to hurry up and evolve and figure out how to make it better. I mean, my old alma mater, UC Berkeley. They've got students living on campus are living off campus close by, but doing distance learning from their apartment. Rather than moving back to their parents out. That's a little odd. It's clearly a workaround on, I think. That's causing a lot of people to ask some very good questions and figure out what's the better way to do this. And how are we just getting stuck in our old ways of doing things or Why not, Huh? Makes a lot of sense. Last pandemic related question, so casinos are closed. Sports gambling seems to have old but disappeared and a lot of people. Replacing it with trading. What do you think? The whole Robin Hood Tic tac reddit community actively day trading for lack of Ah, better word is this Anything significant within.
"chri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of clinical studies that just may unlock the key to helping you get stronger and healthier at any age. Now, Doctor Knee. 11 is a chiropractor, a nutritionist, spokesperson and a longtime adviser for purity products. After 11 Welcome back to the show. Oh, it's great to be here with you today pad and we have a very exciting topic to cover today Pack. They were talking about strength and power and how to get it back. Even if you're in your 50 60 seventies eighties, So if you want to feel better if you want to feel stronger, this is some very important information We're going to cover today. Now This is an exciting topic. Talk to me about this important message today. What molecule are we talking about, and how it's impacting the lives of people. Who followed the science right what we're talking about a new supplement. It's called ever strong, and it features an exciting molecule cold Creating now, pat. A lot of our listeners may have heard of creating. I know you've used creating right, but for those that don't know about creating. It's mainly used in the Olympic circles. Professional athletes, bodybuilders college high school athletes because it does something extraordinary. And what I'm about to tell you is proven by hundreds and hundreds of human studies. So here's what creates Team does for us. It helps us to get stronger. More powerful helps put muscle mass on the body, and it helps protect us from losing muscle tissue. As we get older. We know that's a big part of age. And not only that, pat great for the brain great for memory, and it helps promote bone strength as well. So an amazing molecule that everybody needs to know about. Can you share some of the science and tell us why you're calling, creating one of the best kept secrets to healthy aging? Sure pad. What we need to understand with Chri team is that it's a natural molecule to the body..
"chri" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"To seeing or Overthrown make haste to save the poor remaining crew. And give this useless copes along to these week. old hands. Suffice to stop my breath at least pitying foes will aid my death to take my spoils and leave my bear as for my sepulcher. Let heaven take care. Tis long. Since i for my celestial wife lou by the gods of drought lingering life since every hour and moment i expire blasted from heaven by choose avenging fire this oft repeated. He stood fixed to die myself. My wife my son. My family treat pray beg and raise the door for chri. What will he still persist on death resolve and in his ruined all his house involve he still persists his reasons to maintain our prayers. Are tears are loud. Laments are vain urged despair again. I go to try the fate of arms resolved in fight to die. What hope remains but what my death must give. Can i without so dear. A father live you turn it. Prudence word baseness call could such upward from such parent fall if fortune please and so the gods were dane that nothing should have ruined. Troy remain and you conspire with fortune. To be slain. The way to death is wide. The approaches near for soon relentless purists will appear wreaking with premiums blood. The red shoes slew the sun in human in the father's view and then the sire himself to the dire alter drew. Oh smother give me back to fate. Your gift was undesired and came too late. Did you for this on. Happy me convey through foes and fires to see my house. Apprai- shall i my father. Wife and will touring in blood. Each other's arms enfold haste gird my sword though spent overcome tis the lost summons to receive our doom here the fate and a call now on revenge the food shall see my fall restore me to the yet unfinished fight. My death is wanting to conclude the night on once again. My glittering sword. I will while the other hand sustains by weighty shield and four or five rush to seek the abundant field i went but said crews stopped my way and crossed the threshold in my passage lay embraced my knees and when i would have gone. Showed me my feeble sire and tender son. If death be your design at least such she takes us along to share your destiny if any farther hopes in arms remain this place these pledges of your love maintain to whom do you expose your father's life your sons and mind your now forgotten wife. While does she fills the house with clamorous cries are hearing is diverted by our is for. Why lie held my son in the short space between star kisses at our last embrace strange to relate from young euless head alignment flame arose which spread around his browse and on his temples. Fed amazed with running water. We prepare to quench the sacred fire and slick his hair but holden casey's versed in omens reared his hands to heaven and this request preferred if any vowels almighty jove can bend thi- will if piety can prayers commend confirmed the cloud presage which towered please to send scarce. Had he said win on our left..
"chri" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"To the Howie Carr Show 844 540 to 40 to the polls are still open and George, if you're listening to us and the Peach Chri ST Please, please, For God's sake, get out and vote. Hurt that she thinks she thinks the Republicans are gonna pull it out. I hope he's right knock on wood. We're talking about illegal aliens, and they had the suspected border invasion. That's on its way as they can't. I didn't fight then. Everything free in America. By the way once enough Biden fighting well, the Harris administration requiring negative covert tests 72 hours in advance of the border invasion. No, that's only for American citizens. Come on. All right. I just want to read about one thing. I mentioned this briefly in my column on Sunday. But this is this the kind of stuff that's going on with I mean, it's going on with American citizens, but it's it's even more infuriating when it goes on with the illegal aliens. Six. This is from the U. S attorney's office in Boston. Look few weeks ago. Six individuals charged with federal identity fraud crimes. Six individuals were charged this week with their misuse of stolen identities to obtain official identification documents and other government benefits that would be welfare. Of the six defendants charged. The true identities of four remain unknown. They can't figure out who these people are. This is an increasing problem. It'll be a bigger problem when Joe Biden tells the U. S attorney's to not even try to figure it out. According to charging documents. These individuals use Social Security numbers, another identify IRS to obtain, for example, Massachusetts driver's licenses or identification cards or mass health benefits. That's Medicaid. That's Free health care. Some of the stolen identities were also used to obtain pandemic unemployment assistance P way under the Coronas virus, aid relief and economics. Economic security fact cares so they were getting the pandemic relief. Brazilian national illegally regarding residing in Fall River was charged with theft of government funds. He submitted a fraudulent application for P way benefits using another person's name and social security numbers. Dominican National illegally residing in Lawrence, Stop me if you've heard that one before, was charged with aggravated identity theft and false representation of a social security number..
"chri" Discussed on G&Q Review
"How i. Maybe this is why. Then i mean another reason didn't maybe they didn't have a genus. American video game franchise made a movie about it and then only released in jeopardy on the wikipedia to it. Says he gained the rights to a movie from chri tech purportedly before the game was released so he he's got have some connections like before before the game even came out he had the rights. And that you just of up. Far cry i came out in two thousand four. Yeah key this guy lives a weird life. I'd have a beer with them. As long as you didn't figure out we may have criticized his films a little bit box you. He's like donald trump of like movies. Man he's a trip. Ra quinn what time is it. It is time for the q. Patented reviewer we decide whether the true rating farcry is over or under the imdb rating. And we are sitting at actually. Oh my god. I'm not not pair this time. Far cry three point. One three point one team thousand boats germany release. Probably just a lot of people don't know about this film and that's why they had a famous german actor. Yeah it's the whole thing in english. I don't know how how widespread your is going to be in germany. If you're movies in english. And it's i mean i'm sure they're watching american films with subtitles but i Three point with one. Yeah what's grant gonna say he's thinking he's racking his brain. I'll i'll go under but hold it's just a tad. Oh that's is now a good fam- i wouldn't watch it again. I wouldn't tell me wanna watch it. I wasn't entered the only thing that was Entertained to me was applaud. That they didn't really get into an intel intel. You like how they created these people. What happened to them.
"chri" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"In the early hours, , of Sunday, , June twenty, , six, , two, , thousand eleven, , James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. . He had locked his case inside his car. . It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven , year old African American man wasn't prepared for. . Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. . Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. . Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. . Craig's orange, , Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, , Mississippi. . Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, , the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. . A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. . The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. . Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. . Too, , young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. . He asked the pair. . If they had a coat hanger, , he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. . The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. . Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. . The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. . Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. . The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. . He called cry a racist slur and yoed. . Get away from white truck. . Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. . The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. . The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. . Craig. . Afterwards. . He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. . As the JAPE. . Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. . What Pale? ? In response, , the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. . What. . Pale. .
The James Craig Anderson Case
"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.
"chri" Discussed on WTOP
"Made his first appearance on video since returning to the White House after his three day stay at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center wasn't feeling so hot. In a tape Twitter message. The president praised the experimental Regeneron antibody cocktail used to treat his Corona virus. They gave me Regeneron. And it was like unbelievable. I felt good immediately. I want to get for you what I got, and I'm going to make it free. You're not going to pay for President. Trump returned to the Oval Office Wednesday for briefings. His doctors released a memo stating that labs are now showing detectable levels of antibodies, also that he's been symptom free for the past 24 hours, and his vitals continue to be stable that CBS News correspondent Deborah Al Faran Also today. A top White House security official is gravely ill with covert 19 and has been hospitalized since September, according to four people familiar with his condition. Ah White House spokesman declined to comment on Chri Bailey, a career federal employee who's in charge of the White House Security office, which handles credentialing for access to White House and it works closely with the secret Service on security measures throughout the compounds. Bloomberg News reports. Bailey became sick before the September 26 Rose Garden event who announced Amy Cockney Barrett as the president's Supreme Court nominee. That event has been connected to more than a dozen cases of the virus. Still ahead. We will talk to political about last night's debate and this morning's developments about the next presidential debate. It's 8 37..
"chri" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Three or four The Brewers look to improve on their playoff position. Great has all the details in sports. 15 mask makers are stepping up their efforts to keep people safe. Amid rising Cove in numbers is an extended mask, mandate and rising cases. Rebel converting is prepared to make masks for the long haul. I don't see the reasoning to continue to give away the disposable masks, so if we need to, we will give away Reusable masks. One of my Chri Shack has been a key player in mask up M k eep during another 2.5 million masks. And right now we have about 120,000 of those masses left to make, and he knows even more is needed. Whatever we do, we're gonna be working and fighting color in Sock fell Tony back double T. M J knew amid the pandemic their new concerns about the return of Legionnaire's disease, which has been recently linked to do that to deaths. In Sheboygan County. UW Madison is doctor now see a softer tells Wisconsin's morning news that water's sitting and pipes while buildings are empty is a good breeding ground water that is in the pipe not sterile, and so there's going to be a certain amount of bacteria in it. And other types of organisms most of the time, they don't cause any issues. With the exception. Ofthe Legion. Alice says Legionnaire's disease can present as a flu like illness that lasts about 72 hours. The other's a type of pneumonia, which can cause people to become quite Anil and require medical attention coming up a new name for iconic brand of rice in Johnny's time three years ago, at a time when more and Maurizio is like our political system is broken. Representative Jesse.
"chri" Discussed on WSB-AM
"WSB Atlanta's news and talk Before the show starts every weekday morning for the couple hours before 9 A.m. I go back and forth my producer Jared Yamamoto, send messages. I don't talk to anybody in the morning. I send messages back and forth by phone. And I realised is innocuous. I I wanted a piece of audio. He's like, Yeah, I got that. But I realized that came back as an eye message. I still don't know the difference between the text. And an eye message. I don't understand why Why does sometimes how come sometimes when you text me from the same people I get. It is a text and then other times I get it as an I'm it And I understand that you have to It's apple to apple products. But how come sometimes it shows up as a text. I don't understand that. You know the difference between a to write the text message is green and the eye messages blue. That's how it be nothing. I didn't say I couldn't recognize which was which As I don't understand why Sometimes it comes through is a normal text, and then other times it comes through as an eye message. That's why I understand you with anybody. No, I don't know Well. Let Jack well says tell you knowledge off the top of my head, which is here right now, in front of you by the by virtue of the The interwebs. I Yup. And it's right here on the top of my head in my message, you know about that. You know that? Well, I felt I messages. I know that if somebody is sending me an eye message, that means they have an apple product They're sending it from it can't be sent from someplace else. I just don't understand why everything from Jarod I don't think shows up is an eye message, but some things do. Really? I don't think so. It's weird to me. Is it all? Or maybe on our his messages? Air also hungover? Yes, they turn green. If they're green, I'm hungover. That's what Well, then that's why I'm always getting my messages because you're always hung over again. Pia, I'm going on 10 hours sleep. I think I'm doing pretty well actually read one of your co host the great Randy Oh Chri. Oh, Crais Sari had a Ah had her birthday party. And all I know from this is that you guys went up to some cabin and autumn. You must have posted this because your millennial and nothing could happen without it being documented. So could you believe this? They say Happy birthday and a birthday party. Could you believe that? I've got a post this This is crazy. No one's ever seen anything like this before. And I've said it before this Jerry Della Moto is thie. Only person I've ever met in my life who has a worse singing voice than me? I think you gotta play. It threw your phone into the microphone. But I think you know, people get it. Go ahead..
"chri" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Together on the tens. I'm fabulous double j dot com Comfortable Night Tonight Partly cloudy with a low of 62 tomorrows. Gorgeous, sunny, beautiful high of 78 Friday Sunny, high 78 Saturday sunny high of 81. Sunday, maybe some scattered storms the hive 79 80 at 3 42 Bad line is it looks like this patch of Domino's pizza got birds calling all Karen's was a domino's promotion. That played off the recent Karen's mean that we all know in love right? It got back last, so they dropped the ad. Basically, Karen's if you're not aware, is an insult aimed at an alleged, self entitled woman who is always asking to speak to the manager or complaining about something you're doing or telling you to get out of their neighborhood or Not to wear a mask or something silly like them. So I have to say for all the carrots out there, I've been thinking about you. It has to be the real Karen's The social media care with the nice Karen's, Because if you have the name Karen Big side That's got to be difficult having that name now. Well, there they were trying to Domino's is trying to like, give Karen's of promotions like they basically wanted to bail. OK, we'll give you a free pizza all the nights. Karen the parents, and it fell through this happen in New Zealand. So now they're not doing the ad. So you actually have to show up like with your idea. You couldn't show up with your social media video that went viral, like, Look, I'm here to free me that actually cause I had a nickel for every time somebody said w don't know. Okay, so interesting. Okay, so Debbie Downer, Karen One of the other ones have there been other names that have been hit hard? Maybe John like John is used for everything. Come on, let's go. The job's John John Doe. What about Katrina? Hurricane Katrina on Peeping Toms have a thing anymore. You would think that that would aid off is one that you don't know You're here in casual conversation, keeping Tom like the name Tom. Really tell me by that? I don't tell me what? What, your Tom and you like the bird Watch. Seriously, Here's a good one. Alexa. Yeah, that's true. I feel bad for like a 17 year old out there named Alexa because she just she had to go through middle school and high school. Just deal with it. Like so what's the capital of Colorado? There? Any Judas is walking around anyone named Judas? Oh, man was that his parents didn't does. I know Judah's? Yeah, you know, one. Well, I've don't know them personally, but I know them so A question I have Eric goes. Our most people familiar with this Karen thing. I have to separate what's common knowledge and what's like social media knowledge. Good point, Can you We often think that everyone is on social media and following this closely, and they're not on their affection, like 90% of people in the world are not on Twitter. And of the all the people who are on Twitter. 10% of them tweet all this stuff so so if you could just look up Karen, like on the Internet, you'll find out what we're talking about. But you're right neck. That's a mean people. Don't you have a great aunt Karen and she posted on Facebook a couple weeks ago, and she said, Man, I really used to like my dad. So the only other one we came up. Really? That matters. Is that Debbie election, John Really, job's Got to be more out there. I said Richard or the short version of it. Oh, yeah. They're still Richard's out there. My dad's name's Richard. He goes by Richard Manny and under the age of 30 that goes by Shorten probably after the whole boy Chri Chri incident for yesterday. I'm not sure what I got to get the sports can we say Greg for W T M J contest rules visit W T m j dot com slash contest. Hi I'm Rick Adelman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks they think or low in price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risk they're taking. What? You're holding Steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too. With covert on the scene, you might need Maurin cash than before. Maybe you need to reduce your market risk is well, Are you sure your portfolio is Covad Ready?.
"chri" Discussed on X96
"These people who assume she's the smartest in the room on and a lot of that is because usually she wass And she's got this sort of very flinty personality and very ah, her arrogance and her hubris sometimes get the better for in the situation's really, really the instinctually calls it is that the director margins atrophy Who is Really, really interesting director and she her first movie was Ah, the animated Persepolis, which was based on her graphic novel about growing up in around Um She's got a great visual style to and she Intercuts frequently with Scenes of what the curies discoveries about radio activity and so on. Have meant in life, and sometimes that's going to Cleveland, where they're doing. Ah, this radical new process of radiation therapy for cancer. It's Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Clinic. Don't do not mess with the Cleveland Clinic. And then other instances, it's going to erosion. Or Chernobyl. In Ah, and seeing that, like the DD The downside. Very, very definitely. The downside of discovered radio activity. Um, the deleted the lead actress's Rosamund Pike. Do you know the girl she plays. She plays Merry chri, and she's just She's great. She's really good. So on DH she gets she gets downright so radioactive that 3.5 stars also radioactive. There's a bunch of stuff opening. And where can we go and see all the reviews for all of these things that are opening this weekend? Do you have them at your sighting? They have them all on moviecricket dot net. A whole bunch of them, Um, bad, bad French kiddie movie. Ah Art photographer Documentary and and a compilation of shorts from the Senate Festival. So you can pretend what it's like to actually go to a film. That would be nice would be nice. All right, Shawn. Thank you very much. Stay safe. Stay well, best to your family. Hope everybody's okay. Great. Thank you very much. Cash on means everybody. Gina, do you have traffic?.
"chri" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Could be described as a punditry sites cliffhanger. Jacuzzi, any spacecraft to visited Nick June at its lift, lots of unanswered questions. That's wake. It takes the ice giant, one hundred and sixty five earth years to complete a single orbit around the sun, and the images taken by voyage to Beth Neptune at its biggest minute, Triton were absolutely stunning as well as be incredibly puzzling. Triton revealed massive Jack, plumes of icy material erupting from Chri. Chri volcanoes on its surface these plumes rose straight up into the sky until they reached high-altitude wins, which Herod the clouds across the landscape, and as material rains outta these clouds. They leave dock streets across the Fresno surface. Also the images showed that Triton's icy landscapes really young, and it's been surfaced over, and over again would fresh material, but it's not smooth like the Ice Moods enceladus. Instead Pat of it looks more like the service of a cantaloupe, and that raises the question exactly. What material is it on the surface? And where did it come from more basically? How couldn't ancient moon six times further away from the Sunday Jupiter? Still be active today. Is there something in Triton's interior that still woman have to drive this activity, or is it simply gravitational tidal hating from friction generated as Triton or its net June. Trying to untangle these mysteries Nassar a looking at a new mission, its discovery program to study the distant worlds of Neptune and Triton, cold trident after three prompt spe carried by Neptune, the agent room and got the see. The proposed mission is one of four now being considered. Depending on the budget battle up to two missions will eventually be selected next year for a planned launch lead decade aid, investigating Triton, and how it's changed over, time will give scientists a better understanding of how the solar system's evolved..
"chri" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"Last one started This Week Excellent. Actually just so. Everybody knows a couple of weeks when people listen to. This might not be true but The cost of advertising just went down actually So I I'm evolved. Some things where I'm aware of FACEBOOK AD costs and those types of things. It's actually cheaper right now than it was two weeks ago. A lot of people pulled back not knowing how they if they could advertise right now. So that's so that's a good thing but so where are you? Advertising in order drive awareness and do this learning as Google. Facebook somewhere else yet to makes both Mostly focusing defense got and are you in Multiple countries with vortex and three percent. Yeah they both multiple countries They're all multiple. Languages is wrong so vortexes in Portuguese Spanish and English and they present challenges in Brazilian Portuguese in English is all okay great. Yeah that's that's that's not okay so that that's going to lead to lots of things for us to talk about that all right so just. I mentioned this advertising since you brought this up. You just started this week. Do you think it's helping We but I like. I said we were doing this less obliged for the team like we want the immediate return or whatever but more we in a way we always do a little bit just to kinda learn the markets and see. What kind of stuff works? What are the best channels I mean the desert if I mean my my background or my background is a mobile games that much more line of sight that markets like in this market like. It's a little bit less easy to kind of connect the dots and I think. That's why we're doing some some experience trying to figure it out literally. A line of sight market is so So the vortex has been out for a little over a year. I think is that correct? Yeah Tober Eighteen okay so you're and a half almost if is. Is this the first time? You've done advertising proactive pay promotion. Nobody did we. Did eliminated launch We did a little bit more like sometime last year. Like I said we always do some like evernote than just kinda again. It's just kind of phone data About the the immediate return Marge's trying to like gauge market learn. Yeah so what? Have you learned? I mean this is great that you're talking about this because everyone asks me about this and there's not a lot of people have done. Even advertising for learning in the space and so a lot of people are trying to figure it out most people that I've talked to if said that they haven't had success with advertising. At least that depends on how they define success so there but what have you learned while again the the obvious stuff like the you know the on Alexa connections much harder to make 'cause you like it doesn't matter how much advertise people do need to going frontal advice in speak thin invocation Resin Google we can actually do a link that people can click. That might open their sister phone. So I think that there is a so we have definitely like more like in the conversions. Like easier to recognize than Newsham. Okay so so you do have better performance on Google for your ads on then when you're trying to drive people to Amazon yes I think just be but again in practice. I can't tell if that's true but I just WanNa Frithjof That must be true right because I assume even though people are get our senior like our impression like they. I'm not sure how many of them remember to go back in front advice in state of things right but you'd see left right You'll see left and you'll see enter in terms of like new sessions new trials and you'll also see Mobile versus versus Smart Speaker. So between those two you should be able to. I would guess figure it out. Yeah I think that the sources is not that easy so also we. We do get delivered traffic cone both games so I think it it. There's all the volume that we get normally like usually out performs the the ads the volume from the end. So it's it's hard telling general. Sorry this is great. So so your Ganic traffic. What he thinks driving that. It's a good question. I think For the floor in particular. I think that game hate something in that game was also the reason why we decided to invest in a company so we both mean increase the founder like we were really excited voice so we did that game for ourselves as like. Do you WanNa bet the farm on this like. Is this going to be doing the next five years or live or whatever right so we like so we. We work on the game Contractors and stuff in the released it and we re good like launch reviews even to this date we get a lot of people on social media on on our email in our own channels like reaching back to US asking for content or asking for tips. Or I'm stuck in this part what can I do? There's a lot of TV in that game. So I don't know if he went to a place where you're the algorithm just keeps there because there's so many like we do have thousands of reviews which is not that Like he's like our auto games like not get that kind of volume of reviews. Didn't particularly now like an I. B I think the we we did get a lot of stuff from it It's hard to say but I think part of it is that into percents. Obviously it's more connected Show that game. We do a lot more social step sewing elite actress of the series like she does like some posts about it like she knew her her voice in the game so the two different source of people And is definitely more like fans of the show. I think that there's two connecting nuts. So we get right that area that makes sense so What we probably should do is tell the listeners if they're not familiar with the tax what that's all about so let's start with that one because obviously these are different types of games and I've tried the vortex I think it's actually quite well designed. I love your graphics as well put it on the I played it on the smart display. But why don't you let people know what it is in in? Why don't you start to say you increase? When you're thinking about this thinking about sort of getting started what did you. How did you decide that that was the way you wanted to go with this? I may be some other options. And then what the process was bringing to market. Yeah I mean actually the game is very connected with this because like we when we started like we I mean games games are like a technology thing right so they need to to exist in but they don't they never need detective amazing the tone of things. Sometimes people say oh. I can't do this because not gonNA wait for amazing in in reality are a lot of the stuffing games smoking mirrors so they just need to be good enough and that's kind of the approach we had like we get the stuff that you know you could do this speakers in beginning -tations that we didn't necessarily like but we. What can we do work with this right? So a lot of the design of the game was based on that so it was based on. Okay like we're not gonNA want to story but you know we played all the other categories of are out there and they were mostly like Super Branchy. Taxing rights get here. Do you WANNA go right. I'll do my best and like we wanted to avoid that so we we. We settled kate. How avoid that? So that was Kinda like one of the pillars of we kinda used and then the second was like Kate. WanNa be the story but we split vice is actually quite good. I think we can use them but I mean they're not good enough that you would like for anybody for some period of time right so I think one sentence babies fine but if you listen to them a lot than you would realize they're the they're not actual people so let's make a game of robots and that was the thing and then the third thing I was like. How do we make a game? Where speaking is what you do and instead of you actually doing the thing yourself for like taking an action like you would just speak so like how we how would that. How how can we come up with a game? That is part of it. So that's kind of more or less the elements that we use to make the During this colonists ship in you wake up from Chri freeze but the process like fails in the middle and you can't actually move But the the whole shape is empty. sort of mystery to solve a lot of colonies there but they also appear. You're less humid ship and the like against like people could go like in in in the shipyard the roads and they don't remember what happened either but you know you can kind of talk to them and did they help you figure out what happened. So that more or less how we increase the game. There's also threats fire aliens all sorts of things yet. Which which again you can do anything about. Because you're frozen so you've got to work with the robots like so they will like Saved Your Bacon so but you started. You started from the beginning saying hey I want to do a story based game not one of these. Quick interactions that people are doing sort of daily questions and trivia these other types of things that are very common on the platform yet. So I think I think what we drive. The other thing that tried to do in I think in that sense like my experience. helps 'cause. I'm being a bit in the beginning beginning of mobile at the beginning of facebook so I've seen Kennedy's new platforms come in take over the world like And I think there's a lot of similarities with voice it's distinct tech wise. Maybe not good. It's not really meant for games. Games are thinking on top of it Etc whatever. It is a new platform. Like this like usually the first wave of games are reported so it's basic things that used to work in the best. So that's why can't I guess you can see like cuisine you know even the net classic like choose your own adventure kind of thing. They fly ball because basically can be transcribed immediately voice in the kind of worked right. That's fine that has used but that's not you know again if I tried to make a mobile example There were a lot of games in the beginning of the IPHONE Tetris which is used to be the biggest the most popular game Morgan before the iphone writes in like some other Games but rated the game Remembers the beginning. Super Super Popular was the first game that may touch replenishable like angry. Birds right like re-explore. Everybody uses it and I think that that's kind of what we're looking for. Is like okay voice like the can work for these things but what was good for we. We did have this Theory when we started at Okay Voice Corporation. That's a natural user voice. So let's make a conversational game so that's kind of like why we went into this because we didn't want we didn't. WanNa use voice for just commands or just like barking things we wanted to or when you're doing it so that was kind of like another element decision to go with a game. Ray Talk to characters. Yeah I've I've talked about this about essentially what we have with a lot of the things that are going on in the platforms is the ski morphism phase which is where we're just really borrowing old ideas and read were repurposing them for the limitations of this platform and so. I see a lot of that. But you've mentioned this idea of choose your own adventure games but I I get the impression that you don't think of the vortex as your adventure game. Is that correct? Yeah we try to make it I mean some extent it is like we tried to make it feel more open So it is a game where you can make choices in kind of like affects. How things were but we really tried to make it feel more open and not just like you know the the kind of Grinchey experience that most of those games are so not having played it enough. Maybe I haven't experienced that but like you tell me how that works so I understand like in the beginning. There's only a few things you can do. Because there's only a few things you're aware of right and there's certain types of things that in the sequence you have to do I in order to allow the story to develop a little bit. I soon once you get further into this and I don't know how many hours you could play this But at some point you're several hours into it and you could actually come back and do something that that you didn't do.
"chri" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Democrat the Democrats thank you chri pick not they'll Baba a Biden but I'm a Democrat okay we hold these truths to be self evident that all men and women are created you know by the thing you know we'll reserve either all dollars in the issue in China now we have an issue with his brother and sister and everybody in the in the Byton mob family is is cashing in on Jo Ellan PR no idea whatsoever I don't believe that either so they can ignore these things all they want but they're coming to fruition Ron Johnson's doing investigation Ukraine's doing an investigation and I tell you it's probably going to expand out into China and other areas before it's all done the mob in the media is not going to that Biden's foreign policy disaster which is the Iranian deal that's only one of disaster even Democrats have pointed out he's been on the wrong side of history of every major foreign policy issue we've ever faced throughout his career and I mitigated disaster for the country their failed economic policies will compare the trump record yes even of the stock market has an adjustment because of fear and paranoia over a conflict with the oil over oil with Soviet Union off well yeah with Putin's Russia of more accurately and with the Saudis driving down the cost of a barrel of oil that that's all going to work itself out corona is going to work itself out they they want you to ignore it thirteen million more Americans on food stamps a million more poverty lowest labor participation rate since the seventies I'm not going to let them do that that's my job they're going to they're not gonna have that Biden and how many millions of Americans lost their doctors lost their health plans and how everyone is paying on average nearly twenty percent more because obamacare was a disaster or that thirty seven percent of the population of this country has only one Biden bomb off exchange possibility yes on purpose the mob is going to ignore Obama and Biden's handling of H. one N. one what twelve thirteen fourteen thousand Americans died and they never put a travel ban a fact they never quarantine anybody and people died remember the hype no because it wasn't there because this is a state run media this is what they do they protect those people that they like and in this case they hate Donald Trump above all else and so they go to circle the wagons because they are nothing but state run TV I will say this the Sanders campaign I'll get to those later they're now questioning Biden's stamina what is Joe Biden not want to stand toe to toe apparently they're reporting numerous places I have not confirmed it myself but I am telling you what's being reported by others but anyway Sanders team raised an alarm in a call that took place Friday with fake news CNN about a debate that they're going to have with the Democratic National Committee political reported this weekend and Joe Biden's team apparently wants to sit down not stand toe to toe with Bernie Sanders I guess they think there's some advantage in that for him to do that sort of thing I don't know why but anyway so there was a another story that I solved one crime where at a St Louis rally Joe Biden shocked observers by speaking for a sparse seven minutes thanks seven minutes that's about all the time they feel come to okay that's long enough all right let's get out here what do you say allying dog face ponies that made our way to get this stuff and what you might say well Hannity you're being particularly harsh well we've identified now a hundred and sixty four specific gaps here's how when we get back or but the bottom of the half hour after the news I'll play just the last two weeks that goes on over two minutes of of these Biden gaffes brain farts I don't know what you want to call it anything you want to call it but it seems to be increasing in the incidents are increasing as now the pace of the campaign increases while another words that he doesn't have the stamina strength the mental focus the ability and toughness to get through this thing without somebody propping him up and if you say well they would what if it was Donald Trump well they did it to Ronald Reagan all sorts of questions after the first debate with Walter Mondale in nineteen eighty four I'll play V. also leave the line that says one forty nine states for regular was one line I will not let my opponent's youth and inexperience be a factor in this campaign the end of it even even Mondale no it was hilarious the VA you watch the video Mondale's cracking up because it was such a great life will play that coming up soon as well I will get to the the corona virus madness hysteria I will give you truth facts hopefully useful to use you can protect yourself and family by the way this unlike H. one N. one is impacting older people not young people and we'll tell you about the cruise ship that is about to dock in the media is like following its every inch two thousand three hundred sixty Bucks you want to lose that amount of money two thousand three hundred sixty Bucks because according to the FBI that is the average.
Carrie Underwood gets surprise win for Best Female Country Artist at the American Music Awards
"Carrie underwood wins country album. For Chri I pretty She has won this category six times and she also while she was on stage was found out that she was a female country artist. She was wearing the way they did that. They're like Oh congrats by the way you want other onto. Why did that happen? Oh it was so maybe you know how like they always have. They have some categories that they don't but it was just interesting that it was done in that way hi She was in this purple sequined dress. That was kind of a symmetrical really interesting. Carrie underwood is one of those. Where whether they're not you like what she's wearing you know she's GonNa Shine? She has a beautiful and award. Shows is just where she shines. I Dunno I thought she just yeah she had that crazy accident like like last two years. You'll ask she tripped and fallon like had to get so many stitches in her face. She does look a little different but like she's just great she's hold onto
"chri" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware
"The low profile CPU cooler. How did that work out? You you basically said it's a worthy substitute for the stock cooler was the performance better than the stock cooler or merely similar to. Yeah. It's it's better of the sad thing is that they're my favorite low-profile, cooler which in this. There's different subsets of low profile. There's like the seventy eight millimeter staf, the fifty fifty eight fifty nine and then this is at forty seven millimeters, which just so happens to be the exact height of an Intel stock cooler, so if you're comparing Intel stock cooler replacements, the best one that I had personally tested was from CHRI rig, which is there see seven. And of course, I find out that the c seven is impossible to find their zero results on PC part picker anything I can find on Amazon's like, outrageously inflated, you know, hundred dollar listings for what was I think thirty nine dollars parted when by reviewed it back in two thousand sixteen so SilverStone released fairly recently this product, which is there are gone series. A R eleven same forty seven millimeter height, it's using a ninety two millimeter fan, and it is kind of like in design. It's kind of like. Taking that hyper to twelve Yvo in squishing it down for his millimeters because you have the four direct heat pipes. Just like Ryan the hyper to twelve and I thought that was kind of a novel thing if four heat pipes in forty seven millimeter cooler in actual practice. It could use a little bit of milling. You could be flatter. You're not going to get absolutely perfect contact with all four heaps must using a lot of thermal paste. And I guess it's like samples specific how flattered is. So I think that kind of impaired its ability to cool because it ended up not beating out the Cryer rig. But it doesn't really matter. If you can't get the trial rate is significantly better than Intel solution league, Intel stock cooler can technically cool a core. I seven if you're only concern is not hitting the t junction hundred see temperature. I could run by a. Which I did hit, of course with my core. I seven seventy seven hundred k which was hottest core. I seven I've ever tested until the nine hundred k. Using a reasonable like a rational low-profile, CPU, cooler or CPU choice, which is I I just threw a core. I three eighty one hundred which is a quad core basically replaced the seventh. Jan core. I five is named.
"chri" Discussed on WJR 760
"Welcome back. Rush limbaugh. Your guiding light. During all the is the confusion. Wayang? Distortion the corruption perversion, and yes, even the good times your way back to the phones. Oxford Ohio this Bill. Glad you waited, sir. Hello. Thank you. Mr. Limbaugh Giga Ditto from the United States navy retired F fourteen Tomcat community. I will get to me way way way way. Did you fly the fourteen? No, I was a maintaining that worked on the radar and weapons delivery systems. That's impressive. That really is. I'm I'm glad you're I thank you for calling. How are you doing? I am doing better than I deserve. That's true for all of us. Probably. They get to my point. Mr. Shirley said he doesn't do doing. He doesn't do analogies. But I wanted to provide one for you. Maybe you can. Confirm or deny it. The movie heartbreak ridge with Clint Eastwood gunnery sergeant highway. He was in charge the recon platoon, and in my opinion. Gunnery sergeant highway is Trump or company gunnery sergeant highway and re competition is the Republicans. They didn't have they did not have a leader. And now Trump is leader. And he's dragging them to victory kicking and screaming. Pardon me, a little bit nervous. Why are you nervous you work on f fourteen Tomcat radars for CHRI guided nobody else could do that. Well, a lot of high school graduates can do it. Anyways. When I look at the Republican party. You look at the so called leadership. You look at McConnell, not a leader bainer, not a leader Brian McCarthy. Bush forty one Bush forty three none of them were leaders. The most recent leader we can name the Republican party would either be Reagan or Gingrich. Period. Right. And look part and parcel of Wichita leader is somebody that standing up to and trying to defeat the opposition. That's essentially, we that's what we've not had exactly and the Republican party kinda like kinda wanders around the woods trying to figure out what they should do. And all they see is the media. And they see the accolades at the Democrats get from the media. So they they change they have a they have a they have a conflict between their convictions. And their desire to be well. In your analogy with the with the heartbreak ridge. There's no question here that that Trump is is a leader both elected in natural. And you're right. I mean, there haven't been a whole lot of these.