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"chris berg" Discussed on WTOP
"Since the pandemic started. The last time was in October. 18th. The CDC strongly recommends that people do not travel to lessen their chance of getting or spreading cove it but people are still taking their chances. Chicago's busy O'Hare Airport also saw heavy traffic on Friday at L. A x, another huge travel hub. Half of the airline seats were sold compared to last year, when over three million people came through the airport over Thanksgiving, and that's Fox's Christina Coleman. Hoarding among those expressing concerns about Thanksgiving travel. Dr Anthony Fauci, he was on CBS's face the Nation as we get into this Thanksgiving season. You're not going to see an increase until weeks later, things lag. So what you don't want to see is another spike in cases that we get colder and colder into the December And then you start dealing with the Christmas holiday. We can really be in a very difficult situation. There have been more than 12 million confirmed cases of covert 19 in the US more than 250,000 of our friends and neighbors have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. It's 10 36. If 2020 is in rough enough, now we're being told to be ready for a bumper crop of stink bugs. This winner stink bugs have passed from Asia that began showing up in our area 10 years ago are attracted to some houses over winter, especially those near wooded areas. You know, they're called ST books for a reason. When they're excited. They produced a compound that smells very much like strong cilantro. Virginia Tech entomologist Chris Berg says researchers have found strong populations this fall. Pictures in our pheromone baited traps were much higher than they have been in recent years. Mark says Holmes hosting Stink bugs might start seeing them and living spaces in late.
"chris berg" Discussed on WTOP
"Rickets. 54 degrees and Fairfax 55 degrees in north Bethesda, and we have 53 degrees in Anacostia D. C a 12 51. How much will you be able to save for retirement in 2021? We're getting a better idea of what the New year will bring. The IR s has increased. The income ranges on IRAs that allows you to earn more money and still take advantage of the tax free Roth accounts or the tax deferred traditional IRA. As for the annual contribution limits on IRAs and employer sponsored accounts like the 401 k 403 B and 4 57 plans, the new limits for 2021 are basically the same ist. 2020 That's Clark Kendall, president and CEO of Kendall Capital, an investment management firm in Rockville. That means for 2021 workers will be able to contribute up to $6000 in an IRA, while maximum contributions to employer sponsored plans will remain at $19,500. Nick I. Nelly w T o P News As if 2020 isn't rough enough. Now we're being told to prepare for a bumper crop of stink bugs this winter. Think bugs. The past from Asia that began showing up in our area 10 years ago are attracted to some houses over winter, especially those near wooded areas. You know, they're called ST bucks for a reason. When they're excited, they produced a compound that smells very much like strong cilantro. Virginia Tech entomologist Chris Berg says. Researchers have found strong populations this fall captures in our ceremony. It. Traps were much higher than they have been in recent years. Mark says Holmes hosting Stink bugs might start seeing them and living spaces in late winter. You could certainly racking them up all motors experienced with stink.
"chris berg" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com. Jack Taylor, w T o P. Traffic and Lauren Ricketts has our forecast A few more clouds of times today and just about a 21st. And chance of a passing shower. Maybe a flurry in our western suburbs and dare I say even a snow pellet or two? That's what we call grapple. But again, highly isolated. Nick flowed down some of these Northwest winds when you're gonna be picking up to the mid morning gusting up to about 40 miles an hour today temperatures in the fifties but when she was only in the forties, now still breezy tomorrow but plenty of sun and we'll have one chosen the twenties. Tomorrow morning 30 throughout the day we keep sunshine going through, Say, Fridays we warm up storm team for meteorologists morning. It's 48 degrees in Sham. Tilly 51 in Colombia. 49 degrees in Penn Quarter brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. It's 9 41 where there is a lot of work ahead as President elect Joe Biden prepares to take office, but there are questions around what happens if President Trump doesn't conceive. Presidential transition is still on hold as President Trump's claims of voter fraud continue Karen Holt is a professor of political science at Virginia Tech, not in full formal transition mode until both the president concedes, and the director of the General Services Administration says insect that justified is the president elect. That's one more financial resource is for the transition will become available. But if President Trump does not concede electoral college votes are due by December 8th and the electoral vote on December 14th. That may be the end point of the lack of Little concession, she expects the president elect will be able to get work done in the meantime. Melissa how w. T O P news Former President Barack Obama's first presidential memoir, titled The Promised Land Hits bookstores today. In the first volume of his memoirs, Obama looks at his years in the White House from a political and personal perspective. Book takes readers from his early days in the White House, negotiating what would eventually become the affordable Care act to dealing with the financial crisis and how he experienced resentment and racist comments from fellow politicians and other Americans. Promised land also reveals Obama's thoughts on Vladimir Putin and on authorizing the mission that led to the death of Osama bin Laden. Well as if 2020 wasn't bad enough. We're now being told to get prepared for a bumper crop of stink bugs this winter stink bugs the past from Asia. The began showing up in our area 10 years ago are attracted to some houses over winter, especially those near wooded areas. They're called stink bugs for a reason. When they're excited. They produced a compound that smells very much like strong salon. Virginia Tech entomologist Chris Berg says researchers have found strong populations this fall state captures in our pheromone baited traps were much higher than they have been in recent years. Mark says Holmes hosting stink bugs might start seeing them and living spaces in late winter. You could certainly racking them up all motors experienced.
"chris berg" Discussed on WTOP
"Is out of jail on a $100,000 bond. Federal prosecutors say he bribed a former college coach to get his two sons into Harvard. Gee, Jack Zao faces a charge of conspiracy to commit federal programs. Bribery in Massachusetts. Court documents say Zell paid Peter brand more than $1.5 million. Rand was fired from the university last year. His house attorney says his client denies the accusations and says his Children were quote academic stars in high school and internationally competitive fencers who obtained admission to Harvard on their own merit. Megan Cloherty w T. O P News Police are asking for help finding a D C man involved in an assault in Edgewater, Maryland, they say. Earlier this month, Musab Abdul Ali refused to wear a face mask, got a Cold Stone creamery and argued with employees. Don't give it escalated and two employees were injured. One was taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries. Ali drove away in a silver Nissan Altima before police arrived. Another suspect has already been arrested and charged to with her involvement in the assault. Anyone with information is asked to call police as of 22. 20 wasn't enough and wasn't rough enough. Now we're being told to get ready for a bumper crop of stink bug stink bugs. The past from Asia that began showing up in our area 10 years ago are attracted to somehow This is over winter, especially those near wooded areas. You know, they're called stink bugs for a reason. When they're excited, they produced a compound that smells very much like strong cilantro. Virginia Tech entomologist Chris Berg says researchers have found strong populations.
"chris berg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The Blue Cross blue shield of Illinois big ten player profile for that here's mark Harmon. northwestern junior linebacker Chris Berg it is getting to live out a dream playing college football weigh in on the same team as his brother Joe the brothers grew up in Michigan and they both had dreams to play for Michigan state as a kid but that wasn't in the car I really didn't have any sort of look for Michigan state either coming out coach fits gave me the opportunity to walk on and I jumped on and I knew when I visited that this was home for me especially being on my brother and this was the place now hindsight. thank god everyday that I didn't get recruited by them both Bergen started their careers at northwestern as preferred walk ons recruited in a unique way that made them feel comfortable the northwestern with all my older brother when he was being workers walk on his back and. the fifteen or twenty fourteen he. visited and he's talking to us one great cats ever Justin Jackson and he was like are you on your first please I know it's on fish on try to walk on he was like all no no we don't do that here like well just cats and I think what he told me that I was like this is some I really want to be and then since then when I got here I thought that as hell truth onto the virgins dad was a football player himself it started for that nineteen eighty eight Michigan state rolls ball team father Joe passed on some advice to Chris took to heart when he got to northwestern my dad said this and I think this really holds true Thomas right before I came to college that everyone's a walk on as those who don't know is in trouble when you get here so how did Bergen rise to being a starting linebacker I don't think there's anything like spectacular extraordinary it seems so simple but I really think it is just and it's a lot easier said than done is that is coming in everything I mean every single day and working like you have everything to prove and that's how it is a walk on any player thank you for sure that when you get to college it's. your given nothing aren't everything I think that mindset and mentality coming every day that's how you get to where you want the Bergen has been piling up tackles and at five eleven even has a sack to his credit first down the stops accounts the other seven first place this Friday to toss. by Chris Burke. rific tackle by Bergen in the open field before six housekeeper get rid of the ball I never really thought of my size is a detriment I've always thought just. I try to see the pauses. what's this there's not always a fun but. in the big ten I think anybody can play any size as long as you have step dog in their minds to any of the you can go out there and dominate the guy across from the size is nothing but a just check on a piece of paper people look at Bergen will try to get a second sacked today against Michigan state is there a little extra facing the Spartans it is exciting obviously didn't play the team to grow up rooting for but the day like I said try to treat it like any other game week and we're more than thrilled with the big ten football again I think that's what gets me most excited regardless of the opponent but yeah there's a little extra there but I just can't wait for the opportunity to get to play. yes they. for going on this week. David.
"chris berg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Leeann GARRETT'S. Good morning, leeann ten morning. You said the US says it has grave concerns about enable in Hong Kong that would ease extradition of people to mainland China. Bloomberg's Karen Lee has the details. The city is now bracing for a potentially historic showdown over the proposal with new protests plan for Wednesday as lawmakers debate scores of amendments hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in the city streets this weekend, signaling reawakening of its pro democracy. Protest movement. In Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The White House says weighing most sanctions against Iran, the focus will be the financial body set up as a go between for humanitarian trade with Europe, the move for likely seven the economic lifeline that France, Germany, and the UK sought to create for Tehran. The move is still in the early planning stages. But it could exuberation divisions between Europe and the US Australian companies are clearly feel. Happy about the recent shock reelection of prime minister Scott Morrison as sentiment jumps. However, Bloomberg's crisper explains why that may be short-lived Morrison has his work. Cut out for them a separate index of business conditions slow to the lowest almost five years, reflecting a slowing economy that forced the central Bank to cut interest rates last week for the first time since two thousand sixteen and Sydney Chris Berg, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and raise funds becoming the Goto place for tech enough Rakha yoga, one of LEGO says oldest neighborhoods has been known for its bustling markets, since sprawling universities. But Bloomberg's a Ginka Ibuki explains why that is all changing in the last few years. However, aggressive movement has turned it into a top African tech hub, which has caught the attention of Google and Facebook. The Nigerian government wants to leverage that attention to attract tech investors tweets all reliant economy in Lagos Ying-chi, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news, twenty four hours a day on Erna tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol, the one hundred twenty countries. I'm I guarantee this is playing by Caroline, vice Leon morning sports, his Scotland face their biggest test of euro twenty twenty qualifying so far, when they take on the world's number one team Belgium in Brussels tonight. They started.
"chris berg" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"And he just sort of you know, soaked and kind of build over to the defensive and that was a lot of guys on the Celtics third quarter got out of hand so much. But I do think Jason Tatum has it in him. It just didn't come out this year. And the one thing Brad Stevens has repeated over and over is go back and look at all the stars in the league at twenty and what they were doing age twenty like even Kobe Bryant's age twenty season. He wasn't. He wasn't doing Kobe Bryant things yet. It's just that stuff comes in time. And we just expect it so quick because we got that glimpse. When McCain was nineteen. I think it will eventually be there. But certainly would help the Celtics they've seen in small bits and pieces this year, they need it more consistently though to sort of again be that best version of themselves in these playoffs. I don't have any questions. I just wanna say this quickly before we let you go Chris. So I went to the first game of winter game really the season where the Celtics lead the magic. They ended up losing his game. Let me tell you some Chris Berg is easily the best rest individual in the local. Or in a picture? How I was like, okay. There's this guy. And then there's everybody else looking like a dope in. So I just wanted to point that out or the national audience. We didn't know that about Chris. That's real. So the only competition it's Calabria. I mean, what are we saying? On that is absolutely true. Like, if you look around the Boston media, and I tell I tell my friends in this media group, I'm like someone's gotta step up 'cause I can't just win this by default. Right. Also, I got goofy ass hair. I talked a little funny, and I got these Lassus. And so I got a distract people with the good threads. And hopefully, it's working. You're you sound like a media guy. That's all it is Michigan. Mission. And it was up to my man jimmer if you ever run into a mind again, I forgot you guys to Atlanta. Very yes. My that's my be Well, Chris keep up the guy..
"chris berg" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"It went to Pembina. So that's about one end of the state to the other questions or comments are working. Welcome for our guests. Chris Berg from point of view here. Congressman Kelly Armstrong and. Chris. I no doubt. You didn't get all the questions you wanted to get in for congressman Armstrong last night. So now you have another shot at the at that apple another bite at that. Apple go ahead. You're next. I have two things and completely different. But one congressman said you're going to be doing it energy roundtable. I saw interesting article yesterday about Bill, titled no pack, basically wanna get rid of this OPEC cartel and a town like passed out of your committee judiciary committee should just wanted. Your take them a good idea for us to look at breaking up OPEC would that mean for the oil markets? Yeah. It's not. That's what it is that it gives the the attorney general's office to ensure that they are that they are not committing fair practices. We actually took private portion out of it. It's a good way to make sure we're dealing with it. Now, I voted for it. I think it's a good process. My concern with it with the Bill is I mean, you don't pass a Bill are not passable because you're worried about bad behavior, you pass it or don't pass it because either good or bad policy, and I think this is good policy. But I do think we have to watch and make sure it gives OPEC countries doesn't give OPEC countries. Excuse not to communicate with markets. This is doing sure that they're not. I mean that we have some more saying that we are looking at them if they're doing unfair business practices that do affect the oil market, not just in North Dakota. But all across the world. God. It's not so much breaking them up as it is ensuring that we have we have some enforcement mechanism against them. And give our give the attorney general's office and department of Justice debility to do that. Does creating more of a free market system for oil, right? Marvin enforcement ensuring that they're not willfully manipulating. Got mind is I misunderstood converse on last night. I think this is such a important thing. Because you know, Scott you, and I've talked about this. And I said, you know, everyone's talking about bringing Muller in front of a committee like that's going to be a big deal. And I said well the first question to ask Mr. Mueller. So when did, you know there is no you in and I think that happened well before the two thousand eighteen midterms last night, congressman you mentioned that they no longer we're taking anymore warrants as of September of two thousand seventeen..
"chris berg" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Elementary school middle school high school, if you're interested go to the what dash city dot K, twelve dot dot US website. And check that out without any further ado, the congressman from the great state of North Dakota Kellyanne strong Kelly. Welcome back. How are you? I'm doing great Scott. Thanks for having me. Fantastic. I know you're Fargo today. You're in Bismarck, tomorrow, we should talk about that. I also wanna Brian Chris Berg from point of view, Chris joins us Wednesdays in this live statewide on the program to weighing on the issues of the day. You could also watch him at six thirty on k x four or at nine thirty on west KOTA, FOX. And if you were watching last night, you saw Kelly I'm strong on Chris Berg shell point of view. Hi, chris. How you doing? Good morning guys. Great to be with you. So Gail has a question. We're gonna start with their Gail says I would like to take a oh. And those other clowns and drop them off in Hebron North Dakota and tell them to get back to Washington, but wait for the magic electric bus or the train to pick them up and get them home. See how see how? Well, they do. What do you think Gale's idea there Kelly? Yeah. I don't I, you know, one of the things about Representative are Cossio Cortez is as she she she has said publicly kind of got her start in politics at the at the dapple protests in North Dakota. So I think we she's been here. Once I think we can I mean, I did write her out. I love goodbye out to our daybreak brick plant. We go to a coal mine and Bulow we could take out to annoy location in western North Dakota and not just her. But a lot of people from all across the country. One of the things I think we continue to try and educate people on DC is how producing states live and work and go about our daily lives feeding and feeling the world, and I think more people from consuming district's need to understand what goes on out here. So tell us a little bit about the, you know, they call it a break. Right. It's Easter break, but you end up with a lot of work during the break about hobby spent obvious spent this right back in North Dakota. Yeah. So every time I try and schedule a day in Fargo. We ended up having a blizzard. So we we we're trying to pack a lot of stuff then we started at the border in pemanent yesterday or on Monday. We did a town hall in Hillsborough yesterday, we toured Microsoft in Fargo the sporting we saw the we went to the unseen. Which is I. Nonprofit that deals with global human trafficking. I get to go talk to a political science quiet today. NBS you doing a town hall again tonight and valley city, and then we'll head to Bismarck for the liquidity council and the we're doing an energy roundtable as well. So it it all fits going on. You know, I'm on the select committee on the quiet. So it's it's it's a good time to just keep everybody up to date on what's going on in DC. And I it's really fun to be back. It's my favorite thing to do is drive from one end of the state to the other. And by that I made yesterday or Monday morning, I left from Dickinson. It went to Pembina. So that's about one end of the state to the other questions or comments are working. Welcome for our guests. Chris Berg from point of view here. Congressman Kelly Armstrong and..
"chris berg" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Chris Berg point of view is here you can't wash them tonight because basketball's overtaken the show but back at it next week, and I'll be guest hosting forum on Wednesday night. I guess you can even watch. Eight point of view. So it'd be kinda fun. Hello, chris. How are you today? Do an outstanding can't wait to see the big game tonight and ES you taking on number one Duke. And it never know. That's why they lace them up to play the game. That's what we should just label. You'd never know you never know just leave it at that. We don't get all cocky about winning for sure. But I think they're gonna win. But you never know. You don't know. Here's a text. I want to talk about on this topic. I from a listener I wish people wouldn't be so concerned about and ESPN sports where people stop going to NDSU if they weren't winning small percentage play in comparison to those who pay for an education this way over done agriculture is the backbone of north and South Dakota. We need to praise the agronomy breakthroughs that came out of that school most won't remember this game. But they'll enjoy the jobs in healthy food. Thanks for what's on your mind. What do you say to that people? You know, too much attention is on sports as a former college athlete yourself. What do you think? We live entertainment, siding and entertainment economy. And it just sort of is what it is. I think having a great football team great athletic department at attracts different students that may never come here. The fact that if you wanna talk about what we what happens here with act to be in a national stage night against the number one team in the nation. Who might see the game tonight. And go issue never heard of them. Check them out. And they see the great football teams and the other sports, and what goes on here is from an egg perspective, we may recruit some people from down south or across the country or the world for that matter. The may have never thought of even coming here. If it wasn't for this game on another topic. You won't be on tonight. But you do have a great new podcast out. There were folks can I hear from one of the experts at all the bias of this happening everywhere. President yesterday doing a great job of saying, you know, you're you're not going to discriminate against conservatives on college campuses without risking your funding. I love the fact that did it also brought up student laws. Anyway, this is this is front and center. What is happening in the Don Trump junior presence, son? Oldest son has written an op-ed about this. And what the hill. It's you're suggesting we all read, right? Yes. Yes. So he wrote an op-ed. I mean, the hashtag is stopped the bias President Trump tweeted about earlier this week. I had a chance to interview Laura lumers. She's the one that actually started the movement started the hashtag stop the bias. She ran into Donald Trump junior at CPAC and said, hey, you know, here's a hat with the hashtag talk to your dad. And then sure enough President Trump tweets about it. And is a very serious problem James O'Keefe just released a video were an engineer from Twitter which talking about what they do to squelch conservative voices. What they do to squelch people that are part of the make America great again movement. And I want to sort of bring this to the forefront for people to realize that this is going to be an all out information war and twenty twenty. So get yourself. You know, educated understand what's happening here and realize that you're going to have to scratch, and claw. And dig to get the real news, not the fake news. And there's twenty twenty campaign. I have a clip here from Twitter engineer. There was in a conversation with one of the journalists from James o'keefe's Project Veritas, which does some incredible work. Tell us about what we're going to hear here. So this is the gentleman were he's getting spoken to you from people. So for example, if you know there was like, a Trump or love America or America, kind of comment and a tweet can you then squelched that or deleted or get rid of it? And so here's some of what he said. America. Yeah. She's a very. America. Dr. And then you. Matches. Trump. One. Sudden value. Oh.
"chris berg" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Nine thirty on. West to KOTA, FOX. Hello and good morning. Mister, Chris Berg. How are you? Good. I I liked the voice change what's going on here. I don't know. I have no control over it. But I've been called a heavy smoker. I've been called a dinosaur. I've been called about everything. So. Yeah, that's the Dow Donna stores roar. I guess I don't know. I don't know. I. Yeah. I want to read you a text from a member of the state Senate. I'm not going to tell you who this is from. But friend of mine that I texted and said, I appreciate your vote on Sunday opening. I said thanks for remaining strong on Sunday opening I wish more of your colleagues were old fashioned family values Republicans. It's what I said. And he responded, you're welcome Scott. I feel like a piece of me died like an era ended family values are so important things. Just aren't the same. I read that. And I thought I am so glad there's people in public service that think like that. And this is not the end of the world. It's not going to mean, the horrific horrible things or anything else. But it's a chapter in our history. That's now gone. And I don't think it's a good thing. I think it's a move in the right way. What do you think of of his comment, they're diving hyperbole? I mean, the fact that stores are open does not force people to go shopping that is a personal decision. I don't understand why the state legislature which a lot of them label themselves to be conservative freedom-loving Americans. Why they're afraid of more freedom for people. I don't know that the intention of the blue Lafi go back and look at the origins of it or to restrict freedom. It was to say let's keep this day as a government mandate telling a business owner and individuals what they can and cannot do on a day of the week. I mean to me, it's a total. Nanny state going to go live in an anti state. You know, there there's China if you wanna have dictate more stuff in your lives. I just don't understand why we want the government dictating those kind of thing if my family, which we want to spend time together chooses to spend those Sundays together, which we do then we have the power to make that choice. But to have a government mandate to me. What I need to be doing on a Sunday or not doing my Sunday. I just don't think that's the role of government. Do you worry about our culture? Do you worry about the decline in in our in our culture and the place we find ourselves at compared to ten twenty thirty forty fifty years ago? Do you see you see? Know a downward trend in that. Do you mean at the culture is diminishing compared to what it used to be or what are you referring to specifically? I mean, pretty much everything. I mean, just how many people go to church on Sunday. How many people? Have you know? A view that. You want to take a baby's life? Is do it? Whenever you want. You can do it after the baby's born. Even if you decide you don't want it. I mean, just you know, I mean look at polling. I think there's more. There's more people today that are pro-life. And when they started pulling the situation because now scientists so good you can see that. Hey, look, this baby can feel pain at twenty weeks. Maybe even sooner or so if you actually look at the data, I think you're going to see that more people are going to say, you know, what I don't. I don't think this abortion things that good thing. We should absolutely be doing what we can to protect these living babies the most vulnerable, and I guess, that's my point is is you know, for me. This is about an opportunity for more freedom, not less, and I'm I'm honestly knowing you surprised that you are for a nanny state government mandate. I I just I can't wrap my brain around that. Yeah. That's me Scott Hanna the nanny state the big government a lover. Yeah. You've you've characterized my views perfectly. That's pretty much insane. What you just said that because. L? Let me you want this. I well, I'm telling you the origins of the Boola the reason behind this law was to protect people from being able to work protect people from being able to have one day. And is it an old law? Yes. Is it going to mean the end of the world from from his change? No. But it is I think one more cog in that little wheel that just has a culture as we know it away people treated each other. I go through a laundry list of things just a little tougher to a little tougher to do. So. And I am proud to say Todd Mitchell can confirm this. I haven't tallied up the text, but all the calls today. Most folks agreed with the bad change, not such a good change Todd's poll. What's that at now? Tom. What's the numbers out today? We pull it up. Here is the keeps them. Nine votes hundred and thirty seven years, sixty two. No, are you happy this Sunday blue law repeal passed. So you guys win that one. But. Anyway. Conversation. But I'm us. Good all freedom freedom-loving, America's..
"chris berg" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!
"Giggling people getting here you and by the way Bradford. Crazy, rich, Asians, just let out. Tie restaurant. Asian. I am waiting for you on the street. And I'm standing on the street going. There's a possibility that this is my last night with Bradford. Pictured myself telling the story and his eulogy 'cause this is my last memory and And then then realize realize. you're going to have to tell the story in his eulogy someday. Anyway. I was so embarrassed. But it's such a bradfor- thing to do. Completely unaware of every what were we even talking about? Talking about. She's she's at the dodgers. She has to wear. It's hard thing to find that she might have to have our open heart surgery herself to following week who and the dodgers tells like don't do this don't do this no alcohol. No coffee. No caffeine. No this no sugar say no sex, though. I know that. No. I was like, oh, well, that's okay. Then we're good. We're good in this movie. We're good good because the doctor or hit sex is really boring. So don't worry about your so. Didn't know distressed onto excitement. And so she decides to tell her boyfriend on the ferris wheel. Thought this is in the car he understands everything by the. The fucking. In the Connor. The paradise. She wouldn't take she wouldn't take a drink. But then she finally tells him on the first wheel and then later half hour later. Later. You're gonna kill yourself before giggle shows up dumb. One job. John, jennifer. Jennifer, the one down I'm going to have to tell another story about how your mother 'cause we only heard the story five times at this point. Dad, obviously moved on very fast to the slutty. You're all so we're they have very loud. A dad is Clinton cliff de young who's in everything in the eighties. I wish I had it in front of me. Now, he did some great stuff. But my goodness. He was in everything and for a while there. I was confused because when I saw Christie young I thought it was Chris Berg. Who is the lead singer of sticks. Oh, wow. This guy went for mister robot. The doctor. Not the same person the same person, flamed the Gargo breaking into that the lead singer of six is not cliff. The burbs. It's the young the guy in the movie was clip theon theon dip. Bourbon. Why do you listen to this show? Pat to test lies and his stupid. I quit. I quit them out out. Flooded out the building. I like the the boy that max and Jennifer their fight in the car was about drinking. And I know that's Brian is number one fight is. I'm like shut up effing drink this with me if not on divorcing you that is our number one fight, Mike, I'm tripping it just shut we're getting listeners listeners. Mommy and daddy are only pretend fighting. I know they always fighting at some point whether on the show, but right now, they're only pretend fighting it's. Okay. And then on the first yes, it's the holy there on the ferris wheel. And she's like, I may die. And he's like, why don't you tell me earlier? I love you. We're gonna go through this together. And then she's like, yeah, that's nice. But I need to be alone. I need to mentally digest. We'll come back. Once you start some horse with me. And she's. Didn't say anything about that. I said no caffeine or off right? We can bang and snort. That's. Really? Yeah. Yeah. It was a talented guide. He overall he was. So then like five seconds later, you have slutty friends being like lemon affinity show, the saxophone and he's like all right while she's being lamb. So I'm gonna bang you. But it took like five seconds like the amount of time. It took to walk from the ferris wheel to the banjo. Because now I have two actions. Patrick, I can make out in the X Ray room or the band room now to option, but then somehow they wound up back in the house of mirrors. I don't know how that happened all these mirrors in the band room. What happened? There was a whole real missing from this movie. Bandra them because slutty girls friend is like Jenn back at the fairs. Like, oh, Jen, you're looking for max, I'll show you..
"chris berg" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Chris Berg, you're the founder of data kitchen. Welcome to software engineer daily. Thank you for having me data analysts in data engineers are often working to answer requests of higher level business people like a VP of marketing or somebody else tire up in the organization, and you often get a waterfall down of a higher level business requests like somebody at Uber might say, I want to know how many rides took place on July fourth. And then that translates into work yet at the analyst level, perhaps the data engineering level, what are the challenges in the interactions between these different layers of people? The higher level business person, the data engineer and the day, the team, two categories, the challenges. So one has in. So I have a software engineer background onto data science and background. So I'm going to kind of bounce back and forth between those perspectives. So the first challenge I think is that, like you said data. Analytics is really a kind of a search and find maybe a science. Maybe it's a random walk through. You have all these data sets and all these ways to visualize or segment or group, or run out rhythms on, and you really searching for a needle in haystack. And then trying to take that needle in his stack in institutionalize it in some some process. And so that's really the the challenges with finding and there's just a lot of great tools and methods to sift and winnow data. And so that's one challenge. And then the second is, once you have that insight, how do you actually turn that into kind of a low cost, high quality, ongoing deliverable. And so those are two from, you know, the, there's a cousin team to a software engineering team. Sometimes it's under a chief data officer achieve analytic officer had of data science, and there's there's different roles in that team like you suggested data engineers, data scientists, people who do visuals, ation. And so I think those those teams have a lot to learn from from software and saw. Software engineering, but they also have just their unique set of challenges that you know that that's something that of were trying to do as a company in like to talk about today, they are different tools that each of these different organizational players putting into practice. So at the VP of marketing level, there may be using Tableau or excel or other visualization tools. That data engineer is maybe using airflow and Redshift, and a variety of other things. Data analysts, data scientists are using different things. What's the pipeline of these different tools and how do they connect to one another hour? They sharing data between the different sections of the pipeline. Well, it's complicated, right? Because there's the person at the end of it. The person who's receiving value, maybe it's a customer on your website or maybe it's a business user. They don't care about the tool chain behind it right that they just want the insight and they want to trust that the data's right. And so you've got this diverse set of tools, and there's you. If you look at the people who do visualization, there's like fifty companies. Tableau is the most famous people who do data science. There's our pipe on and then a whole bunch of other people do it and the, you know, the fifty companies that do data engineering and ETL, and there's a complicated tool Jane out there that people use. And one of the challenges that your business customer sees. They don't see the tool Shane, and they don't see that some things are. There's always a discontinuity when you're building software building analytic, some things are easy, and some things are hard..
"chris berg" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Through TV advertising with sales in California. Historically, you might just used your gut intuition, but today we should be able to do some kind of data driven analysis and we do try to do data driven analysis. Perhaps the VP of marketing sends an Email to a business analyst within the company and asks for a historical report of marketing data. Then the business analyst can know how to present the data with a business intelligence tool. But the analyst, I needs to ask a data scientist how to make that query. The data scientists needs to ask the data engineer where to find these records in a large Hudood distributed file system cluster, and the data engineer might have just joined the company last week and might not have any idea where anything is these are the problems of data ops similarly to DevOps data ops is the recognition that a set of problems have crept into organizations over time and slowed down productivity around data. The story of the DevOps move. Moment is that old infrastructure, lack of testing and complicated monolithic back ends slowed down everyone in an old big enterprise. The slow pace of change destroys morale, and he roads trust. The DevOps movement is about revamping organizations through tooling and organizational behavior. We've covered this in lots of episodes such as in a great episode with gene, Kim, who wrote the Phoenix project when an organization wants to reinvent itself with DevOps, it often begins with testing and continuous delivery. Data ops encourages data driven organizations to begin with a similar practice of testing their data pipelines to build trust and evolve best practices. There are other similarities between data ops and DevOps such as continuous delivery and the breaking down of silos between different organizational roles. Chris Berg joins the show to talk about the data problems encountered by large companies and the practices of data ops. As well as his own company data kitchen, which builds tools to help companies move towards more productive data.
"chris berg" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
"Shows, developing just burgling out of nothing right there in front of you. It's very exciting place. I'm John MO, and it is okay and good that I am hosting this program. I deserve to host this program millions of people download our episodes, and we hear the shows had a huge positive impact on their lives, and it's okay and good that I'm here and I will not be exposed as a complete fraud. There won't be a group of uniformed government thugs showing up at my office door today, saying Mr. MO, please come with us. Your secret has been exposed. And they drag me to an interrogation room where the lead guy asks me just how long I thought I could get away with this. That's not gonna happen. None of that's going to happen or so I keep telling myself because the thing I'm describing is imposter syndrome. It's a psychological pattern where person doubts their accomplishments and fears being exposed as a fraud. I should add that many successful people. I know whom I've asked about this have some experience dealing with imposter syndrome. A lot of people I talked to say, oh yeah, that thing. If you have accomplishments and humility, it may well show up and most people can recognize it and disregard it for a lot of folks dealing with depression. However, it can seem like a much bigger deal. I think it might be because the concept of the self get so diminished these folks with depression can't hold themselves in high regard. They can't trust their identity and so they. Feel like a fraud already all the time just existing. So you put a personal or career chievements against that, and life can feel very rickety indeed, and then the imagination kicks in and then the government thugs show up. It's all about those thugs darn thugs. Now there are frauds out there in the world. Of course, we've all seen them and we're not here to talk about them today. We're gonna talk about the rest of us and by talking about the issue and laughing about our common experiences will try to take imposter syndrome power down a notch or two a while back. We asked you our listeners for your stories of confronting imposter syndrome and the creative ways you deal with it and you came through my name is Shannon, Chang, and I'm from Minneapolis. I'm a nurse and I take my job very seriously. It's the one place where things usually go well, and I feel the lease imposter on most days got nominated for Minnesota nurse of the year in my field. He thought it was nice, but figured everyone gets nominated, don't feel special. Then I was named a top five finalist. But Clini d tried to tell me what the committee did was put all of the nominees names in a hat and just pulled out five random names. I went to the wards banquet when my name was announced winner. I was sure they were just naming the fourth runner up first. Then it became obvious. I was expected to stand up and go collect my word and make a little speech. My brain did really interesting things to me at that point rather than properly embrace the moment to be proud of myself or something that intellectually I knew I deserved just dismissed the award is something really ridiculous. And despite congratulations from my manager and literally hundreds of other people, the meanest parts of my brain still diminish the award to this day. Imposter syndrome is really mean. My name is Jamie, Chris Berg, and I live in New York City with my wife and two children. I, I experienced imposter syndrome as a college student at Harvard back in nineteen eighty seven when I was a freshman and even now over thirty years later, there is still a part of me that feels I didn't deserve my spot at that precipitous university..
"chris berg" Discussed on Remso Republic
"So to explain your audience a little bit i'm i'm consulting on tom garrett's reelection did so he's one of these new wave t party conservatives the more libertarian i would say the fundamental basic he party which at its roots was the ron all movement i was at one of the very first artisan we we're literally throwing tea with ron paul stickers into the he thing but we obviously pulled them back in with our fishing skills in southern maryland but you know i'm working on tom garrett's reelection i'm consulting on ben klein's convention in the sixth district and i'm helping freight us who you featured in your film i'm helping him with his petition drive and i've also got my hands you know i worked for dave brat when he be kanter so i am in this position where it had a lot of really good connections to really deep inside a lot of these campaigns conservative campaigns here in virginia and i believe that the moment that's happening in twenty eighteen is going to be one that everyone's going to wish that they had recorded and that that is i believe that we're seeing the formulations of what could become the left's version of the tea party and that would be these believed that they're going to be a lot more a far less progressives or socialists that win primaries i think that we're going to see see it an incumbent democrat or to be knocked out tension really i think that we're going to see some people that nobody thinks lose to a democrat at beaten by very strong grassroots democrat campaign that's been energized in this moment and i think that virginia given our rich very rich history here i say our potentially some people get mad his acura maryland my dad's from chris berg so you know i'm i got virginia roots at so virginia in our history here is very very unique in it's very political because we have elections every single year out whether that's a good thing or whether or not god really hates us well if you're in the business it can be okay.
"chris berg" Discussed on Around the NFL
"That would be you could dance around the news stripping close office ugo you have a great trust me that did i was looking at the schedule if that was at the meadowlands attack how maybe get some expert and there's there's a history of the patriots doing that they did it a couple of years ago in that was why they were ongoing so i am denver they totally blew homefield advantage at the end if josh mccown is planet flat at her about that even better in foxborough yeah brice petty or even better chris berg or touchdowns in england one last thing to look forward to his jet season but i'm not obviously putting a lot of hope in that greg all right i you since were so close and now we can really picture in the match i gave my whole dream wildcard round so i'm just gonna roll through it quickly this is the best possible entertainment for the while down we got the falcons at the rams in los angeles of it that spicy we got the panthers and the saints in new orleans lob or not rjr sneakin oh this is a fun one chargers jaguar xe a a lot lot to to lie like their cuss no eventually i kinda stuck the two teams that i'm not too excited about together ravens at the chiefs just to kinda okay that's the bad game i look at the game that you know i'm not too that looks with joey bozo melba neighbors that been on the edges that is your blake bortles meltdown game larger than jiang's so that's my full weekend in its fairly really or london iraq sent this to the producers they have it on screen in front of us you nailed this that would be because because with that final match up chiefs ravens we don't want both of those moving on one and a high knocking the other interesting that it up if greg the doublescreening i was.