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"chuo" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"I don't think this summer would have been the first choice when they wrote that same thing. I ready hurricane. I'm gonna stay at them. It's a bummer. What's out correct. Correct daniel levy is a bummer. Say it didn't come out right. We've got the mystery of it. Some role pausing it. How does it work now. This is going to send route this in my newsletter out this morning. My instant reaction. I wrote the i fail. My first reaction was to fail for this human. Being harry k and yeah. I know a lot of twitter whereas oh you feel format. Who's making three hundred thousand pounds of wego wound. But this emotionally this kid been at tottenham. Since he was a child he's one he's one of our own. He loves the bloody clubby really blood he does something breaks in china then he has to leave the only home. He's ever node. Strike out for past. It's a hard emotional decision. Say tomato can then boom to find that the person that told you. Yeah are we. You've harry we're going to come in for your big time. They city kind of wanted kind of read reports that they didn't go to the level. That was mildly serious. One hundred and fifty level and he's kind of been less high and dry. And i think emotional confusion the emotional turmoil. Sure a lot of people. I have on this core. Thought they got a job. Didn't get the job This is to do that in a place of such stakes. And how did you feel they. He is a professional. We knew that about harry's harry's brown this say could to watch harry's brand is good brand he's you know he's a good person he does no harm. This has been a thome. Oil a ton of chuo for him having tape molly play the by guy loudly flexing muscles stay on vacation kind of wrestle for a leverage. Look pretty bloody awful in the eyes of the faithful who who loved them. How would you feel take the failed and they will be professional. No train hard but emotionally david. Hurricane the dog. No i mean angles. New sally's tattoos leaves. You don't the me. Juic- dog his Sixty percent mate believes that he is just a professional athlete and he is going to do what. He's done every point in his career when he's being doubted before and he will just go to stop knocking them in for fun again. That sixty percent make about thirty percent of me believes that you know this affected him in some way and you know he's not sure that the mental effect but he's just getting all the what he does. Every season seems to be a miracle. Maybe the miracle doesn't happen this season. Maybe he's just normal great football hurricane and the goals don't fly in the way they have in the past and suddenly he's value. Goes down the big loser. In that is is daniel levy actually and i guess the sort of the ten percent fear is that it's something. Just more disastrous. I guess this is the darkness that he gets injured. All you know that it just something terrible happens that just makes this like a very the difficulty Even sadder story than it is now the ticket into really up place. I've got to say. I mean you can get your middle ground than just stay fully. Understand the daniel libby position is the east twenty. Ain't now you have people who will pay real coin for a twenty eight year old. Who's on the downside. Twelve benji god. Love him without she. Very good make sleeping in terms of selling elite players. Just when they were going to decline. How much would you get for twenty nine year old particularly when us law big shiny pieces on the market season. You're allow jalan their back. Pay floating around the rinaldi someone to me. I wanna dance with somebody. Nobody wants this. Do essentially just massive instagram account. Where he's still quite good football. But no this is how much you've got to pay these guys agencies quote paul from how much you go to pay the players that's that's the cruelest bloody paw. This we should say. Harry canes agent is is brought a oh my god charlie kane. Amin thanks is another human mention of this. I'm sure we'll get to this. The questions i mean. He's found out that his brother essentially is the roger clinton of the cane. Worse is shelly is agent figuring hurried is only to be like all three baldwin brothers. Stephen billy and the other one rolled into one dole. Fis a darkness. He's gonna play football at a place. He doesn't more play and pull. The reason is caught his brother at this up so bluntly badly and having said that there are reports breaking as we green room are re- is demanded four hundred thousand pound the week from from tottenham. Say oh god charlie k. Don't worry bro. i got this this much. Sure he does. We will probably pick this up. I'm saying a law. Great questions in the In the discussion show. We're going to get these questions and do as many of them as we can because it is absolutely oh my lord. It's kicking off in there but we should talk about west time very quickly just totally just about in a final point. The daniel levy he a lot of people saying today while what genius. He's only going to be a genius. If hurricane continues to put the ball in the back of the net other than that is a massive declining asset. Okay as you mentioned a gain that took place after. Monday's was recorded only gang. That sent david moyes right where he belongs. Only to the top of the primarily table west hand four leicester city won the battle to break out of the indie charts and into the top. Foresees the irons pumps for goals past ten men less to the highlight of this one. The mikhail antonio double which made him west ham's highest goalscorer in premier league. History essentially sounds a lot more pressing issues. It's not that many goals and saw the same maddening. Wants throw the lamborghinis into a been. Shed dressed as a snowman. Celebrate with a cardboard cutout in a torrent of bubbles all hail the premier league's most joyous shakespearean character in football. We love macon's and by the way. Quit remind asta questions in the chat with a wonderful banke marsh has just said also gonna win it. All just needed a bit of carib out today to get on track. God love pinky. Never not deluded western. Can we just raise a loss to david. Moyes in every single way eighty goes into wins to start the season like a clenched fist. I mean what a wonderful i will say to watch. Mckellen tonio stealth dirty dancing official is to witness joy for life itself. You got this team and tony are suit. Check decling right for now. Yeah and si- better on improving with every gay possibly in western funds. You're listening you'll tell me what you think to me. It's the that flies the strongest westhampton. We've seen in the premier mealy era. Your kurds zuma coming blessing with his mistake. Guaranteed per match. Maybe matching half. And i couldn't be happier for david boies. Dave i mean to a failed after grinding. Your way to the top of the top job in football fail humiliatingly publicly. and then rebound from the free fall. Leonard show ensues and reassert yourself. I mean i love it. I actually look at him. And i'm like if we have a third of the perseverance and wonder that david moyes has shown when we fail because we all day then my god. I wished out. Call.
"chuo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the level on the go. You can't get to the statehouse 32 snowing on Madison Miguel. Here's what's trending at Chuo. Three. It's a shutdown Stanley or explains after talking it over with security and the legislative leadership. Governor Holcomb has announced the state government complex in downtown Indianapolis will be close to the public Tuesday and again on Wednesday, the day of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. Martin Luther King Day already has the complex closed on Monday. As you've been told, several times, there has been no credible threat to the State House, but for safety's sake. The General Assembly also has called off all scheduled activity for all of next week. Stand. Lear 93 WBC mobile news. Almost 4000 more Hoosiers have tested positive for the coronavirus, said the state Department of Health That brings the total to more than 587,000 people known to have had the virus. 41 more people died from the virus, bringing that total to more than 8900 Man has done and one of his relatives has been arrested after a shooting in Lawrence Shylock, Apollon reports Lawrence Police were called Friday at around 4 P.m. to a home on high grass drive for a man shot when they got there. The man was taken to the hospital, where he later died. Police believe the shooting began as a family dispute. One of the victim's relatives was arrested Friday night on a preliminary charge of murder. Lawrence Police are still looking in So what happened? Shailu Kabbalah 93 w y B C Mobile.
"chuo" Discussed on Unique U
"I absolutely love it. Micro is to bring smiles on the kids faces and all windows kids laura. I bet i'm able to bring joy into their parents hearts. I spread joy. Living entered a so so amazing you get so happy and inspired by his story you ask. What is it that you do predicting how are you able to stretch joy for living like. That's gene job and he answers. He is almost jumping at this point he goes. I deliver ice cream. You says i deliver ice cream to kids. It's coaching heat. It cools down and thinks immense joy. I see their faces. Light up. And i swear to imagine is the best best job in the word you say to people. Same job one ties job to higher purpose. He chooses to see what his job is able to create. Many find more connection in your current. Do not only will it. Allow you to open up doors for the future possibilities you to have something to look forward to what i would hold. That is maybe a hooligan relationship may be will as a student. Maybe you'll in your current job if you try to find a higher purpose in it. I bet that it exists. Let me talk to something. We are able to motivate ourselves to keep on going for that purpose. And that's why our connection to ourselves and our connection to our school important island skier. The pack you on drake now it helping you the future for yourself or for someone else. I hope this hogs anna hope you're able to find more time for yourself and for others and just connect with yourself because you're beautiful on the inside. Don't be afraid to discover the all have demons in the all have yeti. It's just waiting to be discovered by you. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you for sharing your time with the your super special. Ed reed here to unlock the uniqueness within year. I'm grateful that he decided to carve out time for yourself coppola at a shared with you today. Help you get closer to chill you. If the cepsa did help you can be sure to shoot some analysts. You know that my either that mission you and i share will only be achieved when we share with others. What has helped us. I hope i can help you. Even further by sharing with your hard to live intentionally and how to discover our chuo unique solves self acceptance self discovery and connecting with.
"chuo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Of like what, what exactly the niches and I had gotten really excited about second dumbly going there, just the idea of getting him in their system. And I mean, great not that Miami necessarily needs more forwards, but just getting another high ceiling guy that would been really fun for them. But. Alas Boston with the pick that Sacramento sent them or actually initially sent to Philly and then went to Boston in the market. Bolts Jason Tatum trade they took Romeo Lankford out of Indiana shuttling twenty seven percent from three which was a problem? Many blamed a thumb injury on his right hand for drilling shooting shrunk driver shows, some moments of defensive intensity, the shooting, you wanna have kind of like a long wind up, but who can create some shots in isolation. It not a guy who really fits in amazingly there. But again at this point in the draft, you're, you're just thinking of getting someone who can play. And you know he was another one of these guys logged little who was ranked a lot higher coming in and had somewhat of a disappointing freshman season. How much of that is the thumb how much of it is just, you know, he's not really that good. Who knows? But, you know, has some Brahma cheers to work with as a natural scoring instincts ball, handling that are, and then our guy, Asti Boya at fifteen to Detroit. I'm really happy about this. For a few different reasons. The biggest one being that, well the day before the draft the pistons use the basically used some of their financial flexibility by trading. John, you're for Tony Snell in the thirtieth pixel, of course, they got that draft asset as well snow. You know, he's, he's on the small side. If you if you're looking for a defensive wing, second is the right size for the type of the type of player that I thought Detroit needed to have for perimeter viability. Let's call it and you're more confident his jump shot than I am. But I think they just needed somebody in that, you know, six six eight range strong enough who could who could eventually kind of be that defensive force. And it's possible that, you know, he he's since he's so young and has been playing the in the in, in France for a couple of years is youngest guy in this draft that he's not on the same timeline as Blake Griffin. But every team needs players like that. And he's really the only guy now like him on the pistons at his size. And I think that's great. For them to have given you'll probably spend some time in Grand Rapids, next to elect, not the removing their team closer but the G league team. But yeah, I mean, this is a good job of the pistons being like, oh, we gotta chase the next year by getting who can contribute right away like that ever works. So even though we say it all the time it since this is the draft we should mention that basically like zero rookies contribute, positively to successful. It's exceedingly rare last year was really an aberration guard to some degree. You know, with guys like Landry Shamet for example, Chuo khaki torn ACL, but a favorite of the statistical translations a combo forward type of trending more towards a four really out of Auburn good, but not great athlete has some shooting ability from the college three. Is he gonna become an awesome NBA three point shooter? You know, I'm not sure about that, but displayed some rain there. He's gonna spend a tortoise shell in the tournament. I think so he he'll me. Might even miss all of this year. But that's fine. And is another athleticism. Another Kabo forward on Orlando, but they at least have guys at his position. So it's not like they'll be like, oh, really need this guy to come back and contribute this year?.
"chuo" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"They went one through seven in a certain order. So the draft really started at eight and I know you liked what New Orleans did there, I was less of a fan of it, but Jackson Hayes went eight, and that's really where the draft started to throw them curveballs, if Jackson Hayes who has high level athlticism, but his very raw winds up hitting clicking. Enzyme williamson. Does the same this draft will go down. Not an infamy, because that's a negative connotation, but it will be an all time drafter the pelicans and then Nikila Alexander Walker even further down. I think that he's got really a high-level potentially took him at seventeen I do like a lot of what's happened there in between. You know, you had Cameron Johnson going eleventh, which was the first stunner Chuo KiKi at sixteen. Another stunner. I thought Brennan clock was a mild surprise dropping as low as he did to Twenty-one grit Williams at twenty two. I can tell you that was surprising to the point where grant Williamson his camp, did not attend the draft in Brooklyn 'cause they weren't convinced he was going to be a first-round, pick, lo and behold, he goes to Boston GP. I really liked that pick. And then the other surprises. Nasiri little drop in all the way to twenty fifth areas Bazeley. Meanwhile goes twenty third. Jordan political in state at twenty eight was surprising to Kevin Puerto tuna dropping all away to thirty so that, that's many of the picks in the first round. We pan the camera just one in two. We pan Romeo Lankford to Boston at fourteen. It's nothing against the players. It's more about their styles where they're going and the other prospects that were available around them. Romeo Lankford was one of the twenty best prospects in this draft. But I just don't think his particular skill set happens to set up all that. Well with what Boston has both in this draft hall, and with his roster overall what things stand out to you, if you want to go to reddish. We can, I don't have an issue with Cam Johnson at eleven because if he wants it being this incredible shooter, three years from now, if that's the case from ital- perspective in from a production perspective. It's not going to matter, whether Phoenix Katamon eleven or if they, we've talked about this wanted to wait, hang back until sixteen seventeen eighteen gotten which they could have done, but we'll see what winds up happening. L six out to be. Beyond the obvious the mainstream talking points. Everyone's going to hear in all these other places about the top four five picks. Let's focus on the two camps real quick. I don't have much new to say about came radish, if you listen to this podcast, you know, what I think of him, I, I see the same stuff that you guys see in terms of potential like he looks great standing there when he shoots it if you just focus on his form. And don't look like whether the boggles inter not looks great. But he hasn't been great basketball players, but a great prospect. And I would not have taken him in the top ten, I'm not surprised. He went in the top ten.
"chuo" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Like, yes, not just really lazy, and my bathroom, so messy like I just don't want to go in there. Okay. But I'm not today. You might number two wash. My hair also. Does it? Yeah. You hear looks fine, my hair. Look, when my hair looks could it feels like shit. And then when my hair feels good it looks horrible totally. You know nine feels and looks today. Paris Hilton zendaya support Bella Thorne after Whoopi Goldberg's. Nude photo reports page six they left out that Doug. Cameron is also supporting her as well. Just wanted we'd sorry say that, again, I was reading the comments. Everyone's telling me I'm disgusting. I thought nobody showered like nobody watches there and we're going to rig, but like we do it. No. I don't Paris Hilton. Is in dire supporting Bella Thorne. Oh, good winning loves anti just like my Jackie note. So is dove Cameron okay? Stars are rallying around. Bella Thorne, following her war of words with Whoopi Goldberg over thorns decision to tweet out her own nude photos after Goldberg on Mondays episode of the view that celebrity should know better than to take photos of themselves. Thorn posted a sobbing video aimed at the talk show host that garnered support from a number of her famous pals, quote at zendaya. Call me today to make sure I was okay we talked a lot about this generation the one before us and how as women we shouldn't feel bad about our bodies. That sweet such, you is one of the biggest topics of this generation, but you, we still keep going somehow it's really sad. And then she has like the can't like the view she wants to China, the view I oh, she was China. The ville. Yeah. Thorne also instruments say that explicitly, nobody. She has like that. The Harrison the red thing. Thorn, also instruments series of supportive exchanges from her friends, including the c hail Madison beer, and lily rose Depp, and commented when your friends come out of the woodwork to support you all you need all you need to be brave that feels good when, when did something Braves. But like everyone supporting us so it doesn't feel as brave. You know. No totally. That's like what you experienced this week. I also just loves into Bella Thorne like being back in the saddle together. Like, are we getting up Chicago? I'm ready Margaret, I feel like if you grew up with Jacobo, and there was a show shake it up like you would've auditioned for it known about four, because I'm not a good dancer, but I definitely would have watched it. Religiously you look so glowing today. What did you do differently? Absolutely sweating. No. But like your highlight is pop. And what did you put on your head? Nothing. You really shiny like way, she's probably moisturised than the light is reflecting, but usually it doesn't because she's a lizard and she doesn't moisturizer. Oh, you did you drive or yesterday lizard, into actually drink water yesterday? But I did put on tardy Chuo this morning. It's poppin. Okay. Good Rayo thing, the showed up for class, the PA showed the fuck up for class anyways. I'm happy for Bella Thorne. Do you think she's going to get an apology? Oh, I don't know..
"chuo" Discussed on The Film Vault
"I've been barking about the obvious direction of this entire thing for last year ever since what was the one where? How he's your finger. I got a cut the got infected. All right. Is that is your is your compromise immune system making the heart? He'll could be could be a problem. All right. So moving on what's the next movie? Well, you have to movies between how to do this. I wasn't prepared to do that. Why? Because I didn't take notes or anything. Oh, I did for Dr Fanshawe deduct strengthen doctors drinks, I signed this one to you, Dr strange Benedict. Cumberbatch right. Yes will face. She's not weird looking looking Rachel mcadams Chuo tell. Title. I'm talking about. Hilts winton. As the ancient one, the seems like a role she was born to play really was part of earth that role. So the storyline, and I'm assuming most of you know, however, there's probably a number of people like me out there that avoided doctor strange because talk about silly just looking the trailer for this thing. Just turns cough so much with his stupid little Cape with the with the caller. I mean, it looks like something out of the really worst part of this. The worst part of the seventy s Brian the worst part. And that says something because the seventies mad most of all the way across so he's he's cocky arrogant surgeon, and he's he's. The best in this field, and he drives a fancy car, and he's arrogant and all that. And then he gets his come up, and he can no longer surgically use his hands his hands become fucked up in a car accident, and he's desperate and he runs into a guy. And he says, hey, how do I know you you're a patient, and you can walk now, you're playing basketball playing some hope out here and the guy's like, oh, here's where you wanna go some fucking Katmandu type place. So next thing, you know, he's desperate this dog. Doctor strange is desperate. He's a renowned surgeon. And he goes to this like ancient place where? There's like books with like roles scrolls. And then it was like a Christopher Nolan vibe going on from mines inception. Right. There's definitely. Definitely inception though. And it's all about folding of time and space and quantum physics. And then mad Mickelson shows up. And he's he's the villain which generally do much for me at all. He looked silly ended felt silly. It's fine. But the movie had its comedic moments and parts of it looked great. This ended up being what am I favor of if I had to rank all those marvel movies? This is in the top Hafer. Sure. And I like to a lot I would say top absolutely not how five but top half. Yeah. Twenty twenty one twenty two if you exclude the X men, this is through ten despite all of it's it's ridiculous. But they gotta stay true to the comic book, which I don't know the origin of doc strange. Perhaps it came out in the seventies. Who knows I don't I don't know captain marvel she I popped out ninety four although it was way before make ninety four. I could be wrong could be wrong. I don't know I female ninety four actually. Sure. Sound like so I like doctor strange I did kind of challenge the audience a little bit with some of the things that they were talking about Philip new films of these that actually had these rely so heavily on the visuals on the on the on the CGI on the facts, this one actually was semi mind blowing this is the one where it's like. Wow..
"chuo" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"So Bruce Anderson is a guy that I love for the eagles could sneak his way into date to somewhere who did the eagles meet with tell me, it was pleased on me was Bruce. Anyway, I don't know if. Brazil good chance they did. And the reality is we get to see ten to fifteen percent of the people. They meet with the scouts end player on the personnel. Executives are just in the same conference with the players constantly grabbing guys sitting down with them. Most of it is clerical work. It's not a huge signal. That's the reality. They're they're asking guys about their history their background when they were starting their injury stuff in there taking notes checking boxes on forms. So they have this data when the do final valuations. It's I saw I saw eagle scouts talking to David sills the Watterson wrote a West Virginia visit guy who talking with with scouts previously in the season. The eagles have been high on sells for while. They're getting to know him here. The senior bowl Jerry green is like outside linebacker DeAnne hybrid never kinda fit Mississippi State of talking to him. And the one thing is interesting is Titus Howard is an attack. Lot of Alabama state is good mover came in with good size. These small school offense attack was becoming developmental pieces. Really become a thing for the NFL over the last few years as office of tax. Offense of Lampley in general, I think has decreased the power five level. Then you start just kinda reaching for these athlete type body beautiful types. And you see if you can build them up into something. So Philadelphia looking offense tackles make sense, I think tied as Howard is probably earlier than they got prior in my Lada he'd be a more significant investment in the position. And actually haven't anonymous scout quote about Titus our own sourcing and the quote is quote, fixes FM Hans everything else is good. So he's got some work to do in that area. Obviously penis. Fortunately, the hands are not important when it comes to blocking never even used them once or twice a game because no problem, but you're right. They they are looking at a lot of those types of guys from the smaller schools that are just body beautiful because one of the call ups from this Ryan week was only Yudo only Yudo only Yudo he's from Ilan shrunken, call up. He's got thirty six inch arm. So what are the way in like three hundred and just massive? That's the actual wait a healthy young man healthy. Oh, man. What other tackles? Did you see that? You think that the eagles might have their ion? Oh, a lot of people like Andrei Dillard, Dalton reisner is here. There's some other guys. I think Chuma from USC your your your buddy John Leger was saying that he was having a good week. Well, ledger took that from me. So you can watch until now Chuo is a guy who I watches twenty seventeen tape had a USC coming into the season. Alright. So the do can move a little bags at Gray's, really nimbly quick feet. What are we looking at in twenty eighteen and I thought it was inconsistent twenty eighty never steps forward that were still mistakes. He's got a really long frame that doesn't sit well against a power. Russia doesn't have great Ankara doesn't have mass in the lower half. And he came in over three hundred pounds and speaking with the people that he was training with coming into the coming into the offseason that three hundred pound benchmark was huge rooms he was not playing over three hundred pounds. Right. And in the Pac twelve you can really get away with that. Because they don't pass rush with a lot of power there. A lot of the passengers on these smaller outside linebacker types. And so it made sense, right? It was planet. He's able to get over three hundred which is big for him. Like, I said a long frame usually think you can add more mass to, but you wonder where that's gonna do agility. Now that said here this. Week. You've seen him taking on more traditional rushers and framing them really nicely in locating his hands really nicely. That's been what surprised me because you didn't really see that as much on the Pac twelve tape. Now. He's dealing with a lot more five techs to gap. Ingwer slow rushing him in a different sort of approaches..
"chuo" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"He has a kick return background as a freshman. He had sixteen kick returns five hundred eighty five yards in two touchdowns as averages over thirty six yards. It would have led the FCS that year. If you qualified I think two or four more kickoff returns, whatever their limit was. So Bruce Anderson is a guy that I love for the eagles could sneak his way into data to somewhere who did the eagles meet with tell me was pleased on me was Bruce. Anyway, I don't know. That was a good chance. They did. And the reality is we get to see ten to fifteen percent of the people. They meet with the scouts end player in the personnel. Executives are just in the same conference with the players constantly grabbing guys sitting down with them. Most of it is clerical work. It's not a huge signal. That's the reality. They're asking guys about their history their background when they were starting their injury stuff and there taking notes checking boxes on forms. So they have this data when the do final valuations. It's I saw I saw eagle scouts talking to David sills the Watterson wrote a West Virginia visit guy who talking with with scouts previously in the season. The eagles have been high on sales for while. They're getting to know him here. The senior bowl Jerry green is like outside linebacker DeAnne hybrid never kinda fit Mississippi State of talking to him. And the one thing is interesting is Titus Howard off attack. Lot of Alabama state is good mover came in with good size. These small school offense tackles becoming developmental pieces has really become a thing for the NFL over the last few years as office of tax. Off its Lampley in general, I think has decreased the power five level. Then you start just kinda reaching for these athlete type body beautiful types. And you see if you can build them up into something. So Philadelphia looking offense tackles make sense, I think Titus Howard is probably earlier than they got prior. And my Lada he'd be a more significant investment in the position. And actually haven't anonymous scout quote about Titus our own sourcing and the quote is quote, fixes in Hans everything else is good. So he's got work to do in that area. Obviously. Fortunately, the hands are not important when it comes to blocking never even used them once or twice a game. There's no problem. But you're right. They they are looking at a lot of those types of guys from the smaller schools that are just body beautiful because one of the call ups from this Ryan week was only Yudo only Yudo only Yudo he's from Ilan shrugging, call up. He's got thirty six inch arm. So what are the way in like three hundred and just massive? That's the actual wait a healthy young man healthy. Oh, man. What other tackles? Did you see that? You think that the eagles might have their eye on? A lot of people like hundred Dillard Dalton reisner is here. There's some other guys I think Chuma from USC your your buddy John Leger was saying that he was having a good week. Well, ledger took that from me. So you can watch until now Chuo is a guy who watches twenty seventeen had a USC coming into the season. Alright. So the do can move a little bags at Gray's, really nimbly quick feet. What are we looking at in twenty eighteen and I thought it was inconsistent twenty eighty never steps forward that were still mistakes. He's got a really long frame that doesn't sit well against a power. Russia doesn't have great angry doesn't have mass in the lower half. And he came in over three hundred pounds and speaking with the people that he was training with coming into the coming into the offseason that three hundred pound benchmark was huge rooms he was not playing over three hundred pounds. Right. And in the Pac twelve you can really get away with that. Because they don't pass rush. A lot of power there. A lot of the passengers on these smaller outside linebacker types. And so it made sense it was playing, but he's able to get over three hundred which is big for him. I a long frame usually think you can add some more mass to, but you wonder where that's gonna do agility. Now that said here this. Week. You've seen him taking on more traditional rushers and framing them really nicely in locating his hands really nicely..
"chuo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Lows in the thirties and forty sunny, windy and a little warmer tomorrow temps, mid sixties to mid seventies right now, sixty six in Laguna beach at sixty six and test and sixty one in Tanna and sixty six in Tarzana. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. Where's the remote? They were both already changing the TV station. That's darden. That's unusual guards. Okay. Now, it's the bottom. Breaking news supreme court says public may soon know about mystery company and Muller related case. That's their version of breaking news. They chase any little thing. That story going any games on. And then they have the government shutdown clock days hours. It's too early for games even on the east coast. So I know we can turn on the game show. But on the Weather Channel, if you're really bore. No, no, put him buzzer. Watch the match game. Guess it is match. Okay. Where did the the idea is to figure out if anyone he's alive? It's on the show. That's that's the annual in go no hosting Rayburn long gone. But you know, you look at these celebrities Dawson. The contestants might be alive. All right. Oh, well, yeah. Of course, I guess the big story locally is the end of the teachers strike for the other unified school districts. Andrew mollenbeck is coming on who won Andrew who lost. What happened? Well, what happened is the teachers are apparently going to be going back to school tomorrow. So school is supposed to resume as normal tomorrow. As far as who won all the teachers say they got enough of what they wanted. You know, a lot of this was about class size. I had a chance to actually just read through the contract. It's actually not a big change. If you look at the language in there. We're talking about one student per year over the next two years of being reduced per class student reduction. Three. So over the next three years there will be four students per class drops. That's all wrong. Average though, right because some classes they were gonna leave the same and some others would get bigger reduction. So they they struck for a week and a half to get one less student in their classes. Well, they also got some additional staffing. Big part of this was nurses and librarians. They are going to have a nurse in every school five days a week. So that was a big part of this. But to get to that they had five straight days of negotiated at city hall. The mayor was there sometimes he was apparently there the whole night last night. They went for twenty one hours before they came up with this imagine beats room with Garcetti for twenty one hours. She's doing yoga I'd wanna gift basket at the end of that. Well, coming out of that. And then of course, they had the news conference in Garcetti. Here says that the contract is really more about ideals than money in the Bank. I know that you have to be fiscally responsive. But you also has the saying says sometimes have to make sure that you reach exceeds your grasp, but we look towards what we want to be not always today. But who we want to be tomorrow? Okay. So the way I'm reading this the teachers caved in. Well, still the big question this whole funding thing remember Dr been talking for weeks about this reserve fund. Of course, you know, the school district says all the money spoken for the union says, no you have a bunch of money. You're hoarding it pay up. Well, even at this deal today when they're all excited about the the contract superintendent Austin buehner says money is actually still going to be an issue or schools need smaller class sizes. Both students and teachers need more support in the form of nurses counselors, librarians and others, we support both our students and educators in schools. This has always been how do we pay for it? And that does not go away. Now that we have a contract. So he brought that up on his own the issue does not go away because the reserved a series of questions. We right. We reserve. Three years if the teachers got nothing extra. So now that's been what go ahead that's been what the school district has been contending the whole time. And so they come out with bringing you just heard say the issue. The heartbeat is fading. All right. Let's see if we can crash crash cart. I'm afraid Andrus signals. We lost. We lost him. Was he the doctors take off their surgical mask? Emergency. Could we get the paddles? He's had a long day was a very good news man for a long time here and for sorry that he's no longer with system on the table. We'll about okay. Somebody signed the death certificate you want to. Yes. Yes. I think I was the Chuo nine pm. Wait. Wait. Wait, wait. Boop. Boop. We've got a pulse we ever reservoir resurrection. Edry there. Well, kinda we'll see how long a miracle. Okay. So what whatever the last chunk of whatever you were saying started. Yeah, we're we're talking about the reserves. Right. So really the question going forward is still this. Where's the money gonna come from so junior himself posed that question today? And then when reporters had chance to ask questions we said, where's the money coming from? If you don't have it now where is it will they wouldn't give any specifics. But he did again hint at well. Maybe we'll convince them more stable matters or the county and even the brought up. I'm sure you've talked about it in the past. But this initiative it's going to be coming up next year in twelve. Dr. The teachers are jamming or signal. I don't think they want. This report is downtown is that where he is. What it's it's like twelve miles here. We're trying to he's been on the news all day. It's working hard. We just got a radio signal from outer space and beyond the solar system. The other day that we picks, but we can't get something from downtown LA. And that was a good part because that was a good part. Lot of what we've been talking about on this show is they don't have even with their reserves enough to last even more than a few years. Does this agreement continue that or is there a way they're going to be able to come up with more money? All right. Take three Andrew mollenbeck. Unlucky. From mars. Okay. Well, I will shut that down for now. Maybe we'll have mine a little later. We'll we'll see if we can't find the. I could strike a deal allegedly. They didn't get the complete pay raise they wanted. But yes, they did get smaller class size. It's not a smaller class sizes scared. I know that's not that's a face way. Ask PR. Somebody's reporting. Is that the daily news twelve hundred teachers will be hired middle and high school English and math classes will be capped at thirty nine students in grades four through six at thirty five. So you can see how how if you take all of the classes, and you average them. Yes. John it. My only reduction appointed student per class. Some classes are not getting any change thirty nine is huge. I heard they were complaining that was fifty. They were complaining fifty. I heard forty now. I don't remember. Thirty nine is one student. I stand corrected. And the thing is if there's an increase in any given year, they're going to have the students anyway because you have to you have your obligated to educate them. So yes, that's just a starting point. But again their enrollments been declining rather. I wanted to know maybe we should get him back. If we can what did they do at the charter schools because it says here they did get some controls on charter school. That's really what this union was after they want to stop those charter schools because they're peeling off the students the problem, and they're much more effective much better schools on average that too. Yeah. We can find out during the break be could send a smoke signals. And we could I understand downstairs. So maybe you can just come up. Always. From the newsroom sometimes. John and Ken KFI. And you're a thousand dollars is coming up. Mark has the news human remains have.
"chuo" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"The visit we charge fifteen dollars a month for the pills and the consultation, and how did you make any money on? So, you know, it costs us very little to prescribe birth control. And that sheep. It costs us now three dollars and thirty seven cents to provide that consultation to provide the consultation yet. So the doctor can just check off the boxes. No blood clots and get that we as easy. So an average day. They we don't tell the doctor how much time they can spend with the patient. Right. So they can spend as much time going back and forth. They can get phone if they want video. We we prepare the chart we have a team of nurses, that's reviewing it on average. That's what it works out. Great. So you might have some outliers here there, that's the average. But is there can you make a profit of fifteen bucks a month? Is there any profit in that? So you don't when you buy birth control in kind of volumes. We buy it. Does not cost a lot. Really? Yeah. Well, that's fantastic for the world that it's that affordable. Why is it one of the categories where it's not super expensive? What's a hit, you know, the history of that y birth control. So Ford Ables it has been around since the Saint say it's been around for decades and decades and. Decades every generic drug manufacturer has a good sweet of birth controls available and sort of that's where if you look at drug pricing, which is a an eft up part of the US healthcare system. If a drug is on brand that the manufacturer can dictate the price. Right. If there's one or two generic manufacturers, you usually see high pricing, but but something like birth control. That's on the roster for from every generic drug manufacturers that fill under bitty other. And they've done that over decades. Right. So that's actually good for society. Seems like it's what I wonder what the fifteen years drug stays under patents. Yeah. So depends on when the original patent was filed. But it's typically seventeen years from grant or twenty years from filing of the patent, and then you can get some some extensions but decades yet, and then after that the generic starts that's why there's so many different types of Agra on the market now for what I hear. But. All these. There's also this other company the men's company that's do a couple of minutes companies. Now they're doing pro p Shia and Viagra Chewable Viagra. They asked us to be sponsors on the show another Chewable Viagra. But they asked me like would you do Atra Chuo biogra- on the podcast? I said no to being a decade ago when they ask for them to be sponsors. And I was like I'm not gonna do facing. I'm not sure about that tubal birth control. Is that exist, really? It cost ten times as much but really tangible this tiny little Pell what about the morning after pill that is a big controversial one in right is legal in all fifty states. Yes. Because it's approved as an over the counter drug. So it's over the counter. Yes. So there so we offer plan B and another form of emergency contraceptive called Ella. So plan b works for the first seventy two hours after unprotected sex. Ella works for the first five days. So to longer for pregnancy not for TD production just to be clear for the audience. They're listening like exactly so probably somebody who's a condom if you don't wanna get a STD, but you're launching today is being invested HP, which I found out about because Michael. There was talk about Michael Douglas had his throat or throat cancer HP cervical cancers. I didn't catch the news about Mike. Michael Douglas, but everybody was talking about when I I I don't know if that's we'll check it. But HP is spreading like wildfire from what I understand is that the most human papillomavirus at some people considered STI some people don't, but but there are lots of different strains of human papilloma virus..
"chuo" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I knew that I have to do I have to find a project. Right. I think they material at the end I think now retrospect that the material the original material was was good. It was funny except I had a handle on it. I'm probably through the are not director would have been better. And I couldn't understand it could not really know. How to go night. I kept on trying to overcompensate with visuals. That's because I wanna ask you you said that up until through great expectations you were focused on. Things like my films are all going to have a green color palette and things like that. And in the grand scheme of things, that's actually not what's the reason to focus on obsess over things like that. Right. But it wasn't until great expectations, and the sort of rocky experience with that that you realize there are more important things to focus on dot. Also, I think that an important aspect here is that after my first film, and I that I landed kind of almost by accident Hollywood, I was kind of very insecure and very scare because I have to provide I need to to raise money all the time. You know, I was I was I was that. Also, a lot of creative securities and a bunch of you know, agents and executives stole now because I would al- always come and said, no, I am going to write it. I like this project this onto write it and to tubes. They wouldn't give me the project because they want to hire another writer. I never told me stop saying that your writer. You will never get a job here. Do you think that you say that you're a writer, and for many years, I became what I call it a screenplay reader writer than generating my projects and that after great speculations. I felt the frustration of Saint I end up doing some film Chuo was told me when the shook when things were we were restricted, Hugh. Come look at me and can very upset his always stores your first instinct because my first things was to say, no, right. So I at the end of that said, I I cannot keep on doing this. You know, this is not who I am. It was a good lesson is the best the businesses. I need to do stuff from my on standpoint. Right. And also enough of trying to cover yourself with form. Right. You know, it's more about the theme. So soon after that sounds like was the beginning of what we now. Call the three amigos or not. Well, yeah. The three of you all come together because there was already you and Guillermo, but now Alejandro enters the picture because. He wants you to look at a draft of a Morris peras. No he entered way before. Okay way before he called me out of the blue. I knew who he was that this guy doing commercials, and he was the voice of the DJ of this very very, very famous radio radio station. And when he called me today, I want to go to Laon chat with you. He went we cut along we've been in, touch, and he did a short film. I give my notes to the short film, and it was in a modus battles that his me the screenplay remembering that short. I said Alejandro. I this is not a success. I think you're more talented than these. I think that you have to focus more on the screenplay. He's doing that. Then he developed a modest battles. He sent it to me. It was an amazing screenplay. And then he set up to do the film and later on his send me the cost of his film. And I was I was blown away by it so much that I call Kansas. Can I? Show these two year model total as sure please. So I sent it to a year and this year, he says, the film, he calls, MRs dishes, brilliant thing. He goes on a handle and says Alejandro this Guillermo model Taurus's Ohio's taken a plane now to Mexico City prepare room and going to stay with you two or three days and going to recruit your fam-. Ricotta bunch out of that..
"chuo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Is just so. Did did not object violently to that. And say Andrew it's been number one in France and the Netherlands so it's been doing well in some parts of Europe wish it could be in here in the UK as well. Who knows it had better be quick? They'll be none of this sort of thing off tomorrow. That's true. French Malia and perhaps a bit. I it it won't be allowed all music. We'll have to sound like the kinks. No, we're actually. Number three is still leading the field for me. So I have to say es it about to be supplanted in my factions Biwati is number one in Cape Cod. I don't think so but it s Portuguese wrath group. And they have a very interesting name. I mean, I it's kind of funny, but it's cold wet bads gang. It's Cold War. Wet bad gang, wet Baid gags -actly. That's strange doesn't sound like something you would want to draw people's attention to. But they're apparently the coolest hip hop group in Portugal the moment in Cape Verde as well apparently the Soames called VA yet or they should go. Let's hear it. These. There was saying something that he's head saying something at four AM couldn't quite into to have some relationship with the name of the group. They may have told us more than anybody really wanted to know it is available things in the world the infinite resource from which he could pluck the name of your group. You would choose to associate you'll souls with that. But listen look at the top five we have Chuo to five enter their to quite good sewn that is that is historically on your so well played the record is of Cape Verde Fernando, Augusta shekel welcome back. And thank you very much for joining us. You are listening to the daily. And that is it for today's edition of the daily. It was produced by Ben Ryland under guest in much lower. Either research is definitely counties. Bill de LA Sante Christie Evans the weekend. The dishes is live from tomorrow. Which is today. The daily returns at the same time on Monday twenty two hundred London a Mullah. Thanks for listening have great weekend..
"chuo" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"And particularly like, you're saying now, you busy, but you also kind of discovering your worth exactly and that makes a huge difference. Because the kind of guy who you have to worry about that between your date on Monday and your date on Thursday. He goes off, you guess is not the guy you want to be in relationship with chess not good and one of the under things, of course, is that nobody likes a needy woman one in the matter. And when you have that feeling that something horrible happened that neediness, of course, repels data person was one of the things with the polls is that if you have to north to get her they repel Egion, but if to south together, David Peleg, each other you have to north into south so for the magnet to do its sing. And when somebody's needy. That's kind of. Pushes the other pulled away at unless you're both so needy that you, you know, forever stick together and form some crazy codependency. But usually the way it goes is push pool. And when you are busy, and when you actually know you a worth, you more apt to be was a man who actually finds that really interesting, and finds you really interesting and now without playing games, not always being available is a really good thing. It's not one of those though, I'm not available and then you sit at home in Chuo paws off because. Did you stare at the phone? You hope takes with those. It's not that. But it's the genuine having a life. Yeah. That that makes you interesting and sexually interesting. Yeah. That that's just so stressful like when you're in a relationship, and like they're like touching you and cuddling and you're like cool. And then the next second you're like sitting on a couch, and they're not in like and. Yes, so stressful designed funny the touching thing because my boyfriend, and I we touch twenty four seven like if we're together we're touching in playing. So there is like I could imagine like a d a e sensitization to retire. Yes. We're like. Yeah. Mashed in that way. So I think that's really interesting. I love that. There's you know, this things you can do early on. So that the relationship doesn't go south, and this is one of them. And where you're mindful something wrong with touching if you're actually touching for the pleasure of touching them a not touching when is just out of habit or need. But the idea is that there's milestones in a relationship. Right. That's horrible. First moment, the first time when you've been with somebody, you know, that you'd dating and then it's the first night, you're not having six, but. Oh. Movie. It is that dramatic dramatic is near like like am disgusting. It's hard to imagine that that should be. So, but it's an and a lot of men can't understand that of course, because that's just that a point where comfortable enough with you that then don't feel like the need to perform against right there wadley needs or something like that. But to a woman it's the end of the world, it really is in a certain, I'm exaggerating. But because like, we're totally of speaking for myself. I'm totally fine. If we don't, but then I start thinking, oh does he think that I don't want to and then on? Yeah. And insecurities. What's happened? Why in the exact day? It's all about the insecurities. And I can promise you as you get a bit older that passes. Yeah. Well, and that's. Sexist just like there is that. And I just haven't been in a intimate deep relationship in a while. So like, my only one is like from college. So I just remember that time when like I just thought he was like pissed because I didn't want to and his ego is hurt, and you know. To them and all the excitement, that's the bad chain-reaction feeling fine. I'll give you. Yeah. That's really so bad. I do remember like I've been with my boyfriend for a long time when we kind of transitioned out of you know, we've been living together for five and a half years of like having sex twenty four seven and just freaking out and being like so nervous. And you know, I'm not nervous..
"chuo" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Did you approve that quote? Yeah. I went back in time and let them now. So when we get stuff like this, we now we get emailed. And and they politely ask can we use a quote from your review, and sometimes there's some some funny business in there. It'll be like we said like impossibly good. But it actually said impossibly bad. Good thing. I'm not gonna play. Lipsey? That's yeah. Well, Nintendo power is not around anymore for us to sue them. Neither is I n g sixty four. So I think we should soon into the force. Let's not do that. I'm really good posters. Shallan? Yes. You on page forty four. It's a first of many appearances in this issue of superman, sixty four oh man, largely to believe to be one of the worst games of all time. Because once again, there's a centerfold in this issue, and it is superman sixty four well, the other ad is appropriate because he actually looks pretty angry in there. Yeah. Yeah. He knows. He knows what he did. So yeah, there's a whole spread on banjo. They introduced the GameBoy color. Do you know the game book came out the same month as Austrian of time well and poke him on right there just I didn't I didn't realize it what they were coming out. Let's time. That's. Oh, they're showing the reissue of the Zelda game just links awakenings awakenings. Yeah. Yeah. This is whole spread on the GameBoy color in about how it has different color modes. Right. Can change the different colors and. All right. And then they're talking about the games that are going to be on the GameBoy color like carrot crazy, which is another Bugs Bunny crazy castle game. Yeah. Okay. Shadow gate classics, which I love combat four. You're just talking about on GameBoy Geck's three D, lots of really good ones on here, Owen pitfall three D. And no, this isn't three D inside. It's called they call it pitfall three D. No, not actually three D And a preview of superman sixty-four, it's all over this issue people. If only people knew what their in store for. I like this on page. Ninety five is an ad for Sears, which just went into bankruptcy. Yeah. That thing there is a little poke Amman hand-held, and I was just looking at this up the other day because I really interested. They made two different Tom Agasi knockoffs with keeping Pika Chuo alive and healthy. And I've ever seen those I really want to see this. Did you bring it back? Got. She is still popular on page one hundred twenty two they review of time. So Nintendo power's review of time balance. They gave it a nine point five. Okay. Total average. Did they didn't say did the GM thing where they had four different five different reviewers. So check this out Auburn of time. The different of is gave it a ten nine nine nine point five in an eight one of these guys thought it was an age are they named? No, they just have initials. So you'd have to go back to protect age to protect their families comment from Mr. and MRs eight no, they don't get their own specific comments. But so they they rate the game on graphics play control game design satisfaction sound than their comments on satisfaction. They said you've got to love this game. It's not a critique that's a demand. Tina, you've gotta love this game. What did I want gun then they also can't rate games on satisfaction? That's a ridiculous. Really interesting metric, we should tell Dan. They also reviewed the GameBoy color even an eight point five, although they have nothing. Glowing things to say about it. They say developers are lining up to make games for this system. The golden age of GameBoy is at hand. All I can say that I'm stoked. Definitely one of Nintendo's greatest accomplishments GameBoy has become a man able and five. I'm sorry GameBoy has become a man, Nintendo. Power nine hundred ninety s is a play on GameBoy. So man, here's a little behind the scenes Gaiman at magazines sometimes when they need to review a game. And they just don't have time. They just have people that would really write letters to them review the game now too, which is why sometimes they don't get enough letters. Because those people are busy busy reviewing the helmet. It makes sense..
"chuo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"And I think that's again, I come back to blue velvet, but one of my favorite scenes in that film which I think is such a clever film in terms of it really drives the action. You really into this dialogue, but there's one scene where comic will down the street with Laura done. You see them on the street and then the shot is just of the trees above them passing as they talk. And then they're just quiet Woking in the dark. And that is such an amazing moment. And then you plunge back into action. These coaches in this dialogue. And for me, that's really key to activate the more complex sequences to allow the redesign. The view is debris slightly allows into almost inhabit the world more tests in respect Chuo John, how. Schooled in the lion shade in the subtleties of graphic novels, you mentioned Fukuchi me, death fish or whatever. How school people have to be in the cannon in order to get the most out of you will civically. Civically not at all. I mean, I'm a huge believer in that as well. I don't think you should have to know any of the stuff is not an academic exercise that to discuss to wallow interview. And actually it's there to give a better experience. You know, it was like, you'll see there's a lot of cut Cobain references which concentrated to fall in this the artist said like he had to get into to actually this book, but Kirkeby always say his best band was Queen and Bon Jovi because they were entertaining the audience. It's like you, you hope that what you can do is elevate the material. But for me, certainly the key thing was to actually entertain an audience, certainly seducing audience and give them some kind of pleasurable ride. And then do these other trickeries and hopefully feed into that. You mentioned the the artists, the straighter? I don't. I'm not sure on the correct labels. What's what's the preference that Michael might have? So how does that process begin then? And what's that collaboration light? Because I don't know. I guess the dynamic in a graphic novel or comic is probably different a any kind of in the sense that each of the two things, but that inextricably linked, how did it begin? You're absolutely right. It is kind of unlike. Anything else. I mean, if it works, it's like a happy Morrissey and Johnny mall situation. Certainly in this case it was, but it can be very unhappy as well, because the thing is you really are both sharing the crater responsibility. So if you're on the same page, literally excuse the pun, but it's amazing if it doesn't. It's extremely agonizing. What happened for this project for instances, I wrote the whole story and had the script and then went looking for artists finding that person was difficult and it's partly to do with a graphic novel..
"chuo" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
"So there are people in our space who are out there saying ST Wayan is away to save a ton of money to move from traditional Chuo less deterministic networks over the best effort internet a over the public internet networks to save money money money in our experience, what it really is about all of these technologies is about providing more jealousy because competitive landscape is changed. Now so much that every industry whether you manufacture headphones or you do medical data every single industry out there now is using key as competitive advantage and being able to have that Jillian your data center in your wide area. Network ties directly into that. So quick follow up to that then as well, because this is this is fascinating to me in that when we used to really do a lot more shows about SDN. And actually we did a bunch of shows in the context of, say, open stack, for instance, way back when. Is is SDN SD wins. All of these technologies are the because you mentioned automation as one of the big Apple's. Are we building them into. The existing orchestration layers like they're standing there stone products, but being or orchestrated through API calls, tell us a little bit about the architecture kind of take it. We'll maybe one level deeper as well as when it comes to implementing something that well. Sure. And this is something that for the telecommunications carriers is very different than than my life experience because it makes Aji when we went to build this global network and we knew we were going to provide Ethernet everywhere on the world, and we knew we wanted ban with on demand. There was no off the shelf software or open source software that we could use for that orchestration that OS BSS functionality. So we basically wrote our own at at the time an internal tool that over time has become open stack compatible as built in the calls, but either because we were very, very lucky or we were very, very smart at all. Argue there was a little bit of both. We built a platform where the employees and the customers and the database systems inside the company had the same API calls to make network changes the same security controls the same audit controls so that it was very easy. For example, when the iphone came on the scene to suddenly customers do self provisioning on the iphone because everything was already built on the is that we were using internally. Now today there's a flood of companies out there that are offering similar orchestration software, and we do work with some of those companies in order to use some of their services or they're being s, but we're still running our own internal ST wind controller the in controller. So I'm a little bit biased about that. Now I do go to a lot of conferences right here about a lot of the regulatory bodies that are that are somewhat fractured on certain standards that are out there for this. There's certainly a lot of commercial off the shelf software. I think some of the largest equipment manufacturers realized that they can own this base could own quite a bit more space as well. So there's a little bit of a land grab, but in the meantime, amazing what we're doing instead is we're spending our time in our cycles are lab cycles on evaluating additional NS. Okay, so that we know what's coming down the pipe next because our chairman and CEO Chris McFarland given us a very specific mandate that he wants customer to be able to go into an app and pick a network bunk Shen out of hundreds. Okay. Like the I tunes store on your iphone and literally be able to tack one of hundreds of these functions and it suddenly deployed on their network in a secure auditable and compliant way. So we're constantly looking at Nubian ass from your traditional providers like Cisco and Fortinet, but also a lot of incoming folks and then even open source tools as well because we didn't want to, sir. Certify which BS can run on the network, which ones we can put our absolutely insane service level agreement behind. If we have some that are that are that are a little bit different than most carriers and put them into the store and kind of let the the marketplace decide who's gonna lead in that space. So that's what we're spending a lot of our time on rather than thinking about, oh, s. s..