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"colo" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"colo" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That's something to do with I'll be Leipzig stature as a club. They aren't as well supported as the other German teams involved in the Champions League right now. There's not as much, I think. There's a drama around them and not as much noise, but yeah, there hasn't really been much said about that handball decision. New angles break changed a few minds. Well, yeah. I mean, but you guys cleared up yesterday when Fox changed opinions change. I mean, you can only analyze it on what you saw at the time. When they were invited to the BT studio after the game, they had the same angles that we had, which wasn't that one, and everybody said the same thing. It was great in the head. And clearly, there's been another angle that wasn't put on the broadcast on the main broadcast. So yeah. And in the long run it did not, it wasn't a penalty because it had the shoulder. I mean, it's crystal clear. Let's talk about Frankfurt, then I actually, because it wasn't the best of weeks for them in terms of European football, but who wants to come up against Napoli at this moment, but lose in Randall colo mulani in that clash was not good for them when it comes to that second leg either. So do you think in any way that will impact them psychologically coming into this round? Well, Oliver glasner the coach said something which I thought was quite nice about that whole experience of how they're going to learn from it and he said that just because you fail one exam doesn't mean you're a bad student. And whilst he has also ripped into his team a bit, saying that the way that they're attacking set pieces right now is as if they want the noble Peace Prize. It's as if the general vibe is, hey, let's not lose our call after one poor performance in Europe against a team which was actually just incredibly good and Randall Columbus was also unfortunate because he played the ball first and
"colo" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"colo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For flanagan and more or whatever. Cindy Crawford, was it Cindy Crawford? I'm a big cine car. I don't know. Anyway, pretty good in the studio here. What would your macro minute have been? Were we important enough for you? For the record, I was kicked out by our bouncer slash producer, Eric colo. Kicking and screaming. I had to leave the studio. But my macro minute would have been about breath and we talked about this at the top of the 10 o'clock. This is, I think, really important story here in terms of is there a function I can look at for breath? For breath? Well, there's several tickers. What I like to do is pretty simple and just do an SPX index, so the S&P 500, and then run the imap function. I am AP. Okay. Which is, I think, just shows you what break down on a sector level. Oh, I got you. Okay, you know. You want. You want all 11 sectors in the green. We don't have that at the moment. But we did yesterday. We did on Friday. We did on Monday as well. And that was what my chart of the day was actually on Bloomberg surveillance as well. We were looking at the advanced minus decline line. So basically how many S&P 500 stocks are higher, minus how many dropped. And basically, if you look through 2020 and 2021, is this massive line up because it was a broad rally all kind of boats, rise with the rising tide or whatever the phrase is. But then in 2022, that line kind of stagnates it plateaus and that's not a good sign. You want it to be not just tech friendly, not just industrials. You want it to be every sector is thriving because the economy is growing because it's doing well. And in an environment where you're thinking, well, okay, maybe inflation has peaked, maybe the fed doesn't need to go under basis points. Okay. Calm down. Then maybe that is kind of feeding into the markets here. No, I don't think you won the pact for the listeners who aren't aware. And I made a bet on air. What was that last week? Yeah. And I said inflation, the 9.1% CPI headline reading is the highest we're going to get. If I'm wrong, I'm going to take pretty and a friend of her choice to whatever restaurant she chooses, but
"colo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hope the people of Ukraine will be able to see this as a clear manifestation that we have friends who literally stay stand by us And colo also says he and blinken had meaningful conversations about weapons sanctions And the ongoing isolation of Russia on the international scene Oil prices are rising amid the war between Russia and Ukraine But some possible good news for those worried about higher prices as well Bloomberg's Courtney duda hall explains Denise Iran has agreed to provide international atomic monitors with documents that will help resolve a contentious investigation This can pave the way for a broader nuclear agreement with world powers and a potential return of Iranian oil to global markets The International Atomic Energy Agency's board of governors is scheduled to convene its quarterly meeting to discuss the Iran probe on Monday Denise Thank you Courtney And the IAEA is now also saying it expects Iran's foreign minister to travel to Vienna Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies among the winners amid the war in Ukraine Because Ukraine has already spent more than $15 million it got in cryptocurrency donations more on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The Ukrainian government may have more to spend it thinks the donations will double the 50 million It's already received in the next few days The ministry has been buying everything from vest to food packages and night vision devices and it says almost half of the sellers have been willing to accept payment in cryptocurrency Thank you Charlie And global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the new surviving to these Pellegrini.
"colo" Discussed on Promise No Promises!
"Joy, by writer curator and educator, bad bad casavecchia. In this episode, bad weather speaks about the work of artist Alex Martinez row, with excerpts from her video, a story from circular de la rosa from 2014, as well as from becoming public among ourselves, a text written by Barbara about Alex as part of the volume shapes of knowledge. Published by monash university, Museum of Art and parameter editions in 2018. Today, I mean, in line with the subject of the symposium, I thought I would like to read from a text that I put together a couple of years ago. In relation to the work of Alex martinis roe, who is Melbourne born artist, this has been living in Berlin for many years and now relocated to Australia. And we met when she was having an exhibition at Argentina in Bozeman and then in Milan when she was doing research. She was at work on a series called to become two, which was a research into the genealogy of sexual difference theories and feminist practices. It then also became a book and a series of videos. So when I wrote to Alex to ask her, she was happy to share some of her videos. She replied with a few lines that I wanted to share with you. So this is what Alex wrote me. And I think it's quite in line with many things being said today. So I think that the difference with the artistic research practices, explores in this symposium, is that while they engage with archives and documents, they do so without treating them as objects, but rather as fragments that bring us into contact with other people and their stories. In this practice is the stories cultures and people they come from are cared for. Just as we care for the people we are committed to. The community, the last story of event, which is community of living history, one of the super groups in the library of the Milan. Say that where there is limited archival traces, they can channel the stories of women in their female genealogy in embodied ways and make them a real relationship. Time is not linear. I would like to start by sharing a fragment of to become two. Which is a story from each year colo de la rosa. My dear, I have been searching for stories to help explain the way I see our relationship. Stories from the history of the political practice of relations. It has led me to the places where the women who theorized it, still practice it..
"colo" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Vaccine Chief Kono Popular Favorite to Become Japan's Leader
"Japan's vaccine chief is looking like the favorite to become the nation's next leader Indian polls showed the outspoken cabinet minister in charge of vaccinations Tero Colo has the most popular support to become the country's next leader current prime minister Justin Heidi soon because something announcement last week that he will not seek another term has opened the way full array of candidates single spaced nose diving popularity over the government's coronavirus response fifty eight year old co no a graduate of Georgetown University and fluent in English is a rarity in Japanese politics usually dominated by elderly man he's got many fans among younger people with whom he communicates via social media I'm Charles Taylor this month
"colo" Discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew
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"colo" Discussed on True Crime Garage
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"colo" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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"colo" Discussed on The Takeaway
"It's literally becoming a weekly event. And while i haven't become numb to it it's like of course there's another mass shooting because nothing is being done about it. No change equals no change and no change is going to happen until we acknowledge the only difference between the us and other countries who don't have mass shootings is we have too many handguns and a lot. A lame reasons for why we should be able to have them. This is catherine ryan from new york city. Leeann from los angeles. How has the deluge of gun. Violence in our country affected my family. Well my pacifists teens who walked alongside their black brown an indigenous brothers and sisters blm protests. Now want guns for their own personal protection. This is not at all how any of us thought it would turn out. Well this is better than louisville kentucky calling a response to the question about gun violence Gowns are not violent people violent. I carry a firearm for violent people. I'm not afraid of inanimate objects just you have to be prepared for whatever may come. What about my freedom to work shop. Send kids to school. See a movie or even walked down. The street gun should be licensed insured and police like cars and drivers. If people want to join a well regulated militia. They can join the national guard. Thank you the oregon. Take on this is you know. I don't like the site We need to focus on how these crimes are committed and in focus on. Why these shootings that happen. And i think we get my argument of a gun control in kabul saute valid arguments. But i think young control boils down to collective punishment on an entire nation of exit few and yet in that whole argument that bigger picture of what drives another human being to kill other human beings gets overlooked and kosovo net mold and trying to take guns from people who you to get help for people is what we need to focus all time. My name is marigold from what used to be sleepy. San diego gun. Violence is getting too close. It's got to be stopped. I'm afraid i will get killed when i go outside my door. This is lee. Con zack in saint louis missouri. It makes me reflect on how different we are compared to other countries in terms of the frequency of mass shootings. We have seen the past twenty years. I am a gun owner. I own a shotgun and shoot once in a while for sport but i am in favor of universal background checks and banning assault weapons for good the military weapons. For god's sake designed kill people. The constitution does not give people the right to own military weapons. Katie from saint louis surrey. I have several years of experience working with grieving kid who have been affected by gun violence And you know. I would be surrounded with ten children. Elementary age all who have lost significant person from gun violence and it's just devastating and the kids want peace. And they want you know everyone to put down the gun. Something needs to give. I have not grown numb to the recent mass shootings. I want reasonable gun laws enacted. I want background checks to be mandatory for every single weapon. Self and i want longer waiting periods to purchase weapons enacted into law. I just want common sense to prevail. This is pam. I'm from louisville kentucky. Thank you. I'm a names. Jonathan from louisville kentucky and no gun violence is not taking emotional or physical toll on our family. We've come to realize that. It's part of american daily life every day. Now we have to do is watch our local news to see how many people were shot and killed each night and It's unfortunate but it has made us become more aware of what people do we know and we are are out and about in our surroundings and i guess it's a good thing to be a little more cautious. Hi this is. Peter calling from boynton beach florida. Yeah i think very depressing all these shootings i Can't believe conversation do anything about it. I think we should leave. Our flags..
"colo" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Approaching this terrible threat. Public health. eight is a threat to public health. And ron. I'm wondering your thoughts on what we started talking a little bit about how people react to hearing the news and yes the news media's reporting on it I'm not sure if you think if you have any thoughts on what we should or shouldn't be doing in terms of that reporting. But but the fact is it's happening and americans are probably very anxious about what should people be thinking about in terms of their own anxiety levels if they're paying attention to this feeling some sort of of way feeling like they need help and in particular those people who have either been in close proximity to one of these shootings or know someone who Was a victim of one of these shootings in terms of survivors. Like what mental health services do we need to start putting in place and is it just a question of mental health. Run it well i I do think the news news to report on it. People need to hear about it but also seconding would adams said earlier. Interpersonal violence in this country is not just mass shootings it's also shootings of domestic partners and and physical assaults and and and the whole gamut. So you're extraordinarily over your lifetime likely to have been exposed to violence either at school or in the household in this country and that has mental health effects avoidance depression in withdrawal and to to answer your question directly. What can we do. The first thing you have to realize is when there's a problem so if you're changing the things that used to give you joy if you're doing things differently if you're withdrawing if you're not fulfilling the roles that you need to fulfil during the day then it's an indication that this violence has negatively affected you so if somebody witnesses violence for example at school or witnesses shooting And then they stop going out of the house and they stop living their life. That is an indication that that you need to get some help. Some some evidence based counseling. And i say evidence base counseling Treatment is not simply talking about the weather talking about your child but the treatment is is focused on Exposing yourself to realistically safe reminders. Of the event so you might still have to go to the store. You might still have to go to places but places that are realistically say like. There's a bigger problem here in that. Why do we have to live like this. I think is what i'm hearing from. A lot of people I don't know if you ron or atom. Either one if you wanna weigh in like that but there's something that we're sort of getting used to the fact that this is happening go ahead. No we accept it. We've accepted violent communication style. We've accepted violences way. It is and it doesn't have to be that way. Seventy five percent of the population want want a better background checks and gun control. I would take it a step further. We have too much violence. In the household we have accepted domestic violence as a way of life. Now after the seventies eighties the oj simpson trial things like that we know. Domestic violence is bad but in fact domestic violence during this pandemic has exploded. Elder abuse has increased. All of these things. We're accepting so i think it's it's got to come from general putting the foot down and saying we're not going to accept violence as a communication style in school in the home and all of these places because we are an extremely violent society if you look at how many people have been physically assaulted by the time they're aged sixty five. It's a tremendous proportion of population. That's odd and so when you say why are so. Many people having psychological effects of this will because they're normal and that's the normal response to being beaten up. I think you're absolutely right. Ron and atom. I'm just curious about. I mean we talked a little bit. About what president biden's executive orders are meant to do and and to be honest. They look at the infrastructure. I look at the culture of violence in the united states that we have. I look at the the infrastructure for purchasing Guns right now. And i just don't see a clear path to getting past this violence Societal violence at least now from a legislative perspective for quite some time. It just feels like we're chipping away at a problem while people are still dying. Well i i think that's right. I mean look. Nobody is saying that anyone law anyone. Bill pending in congress is going to solve this problem. We obviously have a cultural changes that we need to To see before we're able to eliminate this violence that ron's absolutely right pervades our society but there are important legislative steps that are important policies. That can be adopted. We have policies that we know have been proven to reduce gun violence and starting with those initial steps. I think is critically important at this. At this point are there other countries that are getting it right in terms of gun. Violence virtually every other country is getting it right. And even just look north of the border in canada where there's actually compared to most other countries around the world Very high level of gun ownership whether it's rifles and shotguns for hunting or handguns but there is a much greater Regulation of gun possession of who purchases guns and the kind of training the kind of You know education that needs to be done before. They're granted a gun licence. So i think we don't have to look far to see some common sense regulation you know to drive a car in this country need licensing registration We don't have that for guns. And starting to provide training to provide meaningful oversight and regulation of gun ownership. I think is a critical first step at least towards addressing these problems. Adam skaggs is chief counsel and policy director for the giffords law center. And ron chair. No is the executive director of the trauma and resilience center and professor of psychiatry.
"colo" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Progressive dot com price and coverage match limited by state law I'm tansy vega and this is the takeaway become a phenomenon. Unique to the united states. Mass shootings who's carnage is impossible to keep track of this year alone. There've been at least one hundred fifty two mass shootings as public spaces from grocery stores to work places become increasingly dangerous. We're talking to folks who's going to help us break down the mental health effects of mass shootings and policy changes. That must take place. Ron a chair. No is the executive director of the trauma resilience center and professor of psychiatry at ut health. Houston ron welcome to the takeaway. An atom skaggs is chief counsel and policy director for giffords law center. Adam thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me ron. I'm just gonna skip the first question. I have and just be honest. Um which probably as a journalist isn't a good idea. But i don't want to leave my house right now. I spent the weekend looking. Could not keep track of the number of mass shootings. That have taken place. I call this a sickness. And i don't know how else to explain it when you look at homicide rates across the industrialized world what we call quote unquote first world countries. We blow everybody else out of the water in turns of homicide and mass violence. So i think your response is the appropriate one In terms of disgust perhaps not in terms of not wanting to leave the house but we are an extraordinarily violent country for the The first world and no one else is close to us was how do you what do you say i mean this is happening. It was happening in schools. It's happening in in grocery stores. It's happening at workplaces. Like i mean. Obviously we have to leave the house but leaving. The house has become a situation where you just don't know if you're going to return from quotidian activities will let me first. Say that statistically safin leaving the house and rationally it is a thing you can do and it's when we start changing. Our behavior based on perception is opposed to reality that it becomes a problem functional impairment so the you know i just want to put it out there. It's not. it's not dangerous to leave your house although it might be more dangerous here overall. It's not dangerous to leave your house but when you have as many violent events with as much press coverage as we have the perception that it's extraordinarily dangerous is is going to be there and and it probably should be. I mean we shouldn't accept these things if they were normal. Unfortunately the statistic you just gave. And i think we've had six since friday when you called me to be on the show six mass shootings sort of makes the the normal normal. And it's it's that's what i'm worried about. This is becoming commonplace such that. Those who are not afraid to leave their house. Don't even think twice about it. Adam are there any demographic or geographical trends in terms of where this type of violence is taking place. I think the short answer to that is unfortunately. It's taking place where we talk about these mass shootings you know. We've had more mass shootings than days this year thus far. But i think it's also when you think about gun violence in this country. It's important to note that the vast majority of deaths don't take place in these mass shootings that get so much media attention they just take place in day-to-day incidents of violence. That often don't get very much coverage you know last year. We had a pandemic that exerted a devastating toll on public health. We also saw a massive increase in gun violence and in deaths from from shoot fatal shootings so the fbi is still releasing data. It's hasn't sort of finalized the two thousand twenty data yet but we've seen the fifty largest cities in the country. We've seen in almost every single one of them. A massive increase in average about thirty five percent increase in in fatal shootings last year and then of course suicide drives a huge amount of this violence. So it's unfortunately something that affects communities of all kinds across this country. What type of affect does this type of violence or even the perception of this type of violence have on our brains. Well you know when you when you're exposed to violence In person if it's directed you or it's directed towards someone right next to you. You have a fight or flight response. You get activated you. You either need to to run away from the situation or deal with the situation. If this happens repeatedly your brain quite literally starts to burn itself out. You can only sustain such intensity for so long so coping response in your. Your prior guests was was straight on. She said you know. Some of these coping responses are are very negative could be withdrawal could be substance-abuse some way to to numb the things but the bottom line is you. Don't just get used to it now. Getting used to getting desensitized to it or two very different things when you hear it on the news. But you're not experiencing it yourself and you hear it all the time. You get these sensitized to it when you experience it in the family or firsthand which as adam said then you start to get burned out by start to get anxious. You have problems sleeping. You might have problems with your stomach. You know different people manifest in different ways but the anxiety and depression and the withdrawal Are the most common symptoms and when this happens repeatedly you don't get used to it. You get more sensitized. Adam is is. Are we seeing more political engagement around this issue because of what we're seeing on media and and the fact that for example we just had six mass shootings in a couple of days. Well look you know. I think the public has made clear. Public opinion is clear that we've had enough of this. We want action. We want our leaders whether in congress or state or local level to take action to do something about this you know gun. Violence is only increasing And the status quo is unacceptable. And i think we've seen the public make very clear. They want to see action. Adam president biden announced some executive actions to address gun violence. What do we know so far. Well i think The fact that the president and the biden harris administration has acted on this issue within the first hundred days is is a promising sign. I think it's a good start. And i think some of the actions that they have Have announced are going to be important there an important first step particularly They've announced they're going to reassess promote a rule that will address how to deal so called ghost guns or do it yourself sort of homemade guns that people can buy without background checks And that's a really serious threat to public safety. They've announced that they're going to address type of weapon that was used in the shooting in boulder. this is a basically a factory at short barreled assault weapon and they're going to address that but ultimately we need congress to act you know the house of representatives has already passed to really important pieces of gun legislation this year Extending background checks to make sure that anytime. Somebody buys a gun. They pass a background check and at the fbi has time to complete the background checks so that nobody actually acquires a gun. While the background check is still ongoing so those are really important pieces of legislation they are now in the senate and obviously there are some political challenges there But the fact that the the president and the administration have announced. They're going to do what they can do by executive action. I think he's a very important sign of the seriousness with which this administration is.
"colo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"colo" Discussed on Way Too Broad
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Cracker Barrel Cracks and Adds Alcohol
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Rabbi Avraham Grodzinsky: The Exemplar of Slabodka
"Rack Density T. was the last head of these slutty sheep in Lithuania he was the primary disciple of the altar of Slovakia, and he served as his successor when the Altair wanted found a branch of his yeshiva in Israel in Roane. He sent his primary disciple Rome to establish it. And after the she was established. They switch places. Rotherham in St went back to Slovakia too heavy Sheva in the altars place, and the altar when Israel to head the yeshiva in. Ron Robot headed these Sheva in Slovakia until World War broke out, and even led a cadre of students in the governor ghetto under ghastly conditions. With the destruction of European Jewry in the Holocaust, we have to always remember that a vibrant world. Of the Lithuanian Mercier Sheva expired with European jewellery. Of course, the great she votes were resurrected after the war. But they are a shell of their PROGENITOR HIS GLORY If you WANNA study about what the pre warship world was like. Rabbi gratuity is an exemplar of the glory and the greatness of that lost world. He was a man of unmatched nobility, even aristocracy. person of flawless sterling character, a man of unparalleled intellect. A man who also sadly lived a life replete with tragedies, suffering all manners of pain and suffering punctuated by his macabre murder by the Nazis on the twenty second day of Thomas Nineteen, forty, four, exactly seventy six years ago. As a DISCLAIMER WANNA point out the repre Ginseng tea is also my great grandfather, the father of my maternal grandmother so for me, this is especially personal and poignant. The syon of a long line of famous rabbis and scholars rub ever under aginst. He was born in Warsaw Poland in eighteen, eighty two his parents rabbi Yitzhak in high amount owed. Rigidity were legendary titans of the community in Warsaw they operated a home that was a veritable factory of Torah and kindness and hospitality to this I. wanted to share a bit about reforms, background and upbringing, but I was a little bit wary to talk about his parents and the kind of home that the operated because the stories are so fantastic so superlative that I imagined the audience will likely doubt they're autheniticity. Pledge to you, dear listener is at the stores, and I'm going to share about the garage St home in Warsaw are all documented by first party accounts his father Rabbits Hawk whom everyone called? Rebecca founded and ran a network of Sheva of Torah schools in Warsaw. He took care of young students like elementary school. He had thirteen teachers that he hired that he fundraise for that he paid for. He ran as Sheva. Sheva for high school age teams and advance the Sheva than even a Colo and advanced, tell Munich Institution for married scholars now this system it exists in most Jewish cities in the world today, but it was highly novel in Warsaw in the Nineteenth Century, and show organized fundraising for at all, and his wife actually cut for all the students every day on an average day. Their home hosted thirty guests for lunch.
NGINX Service Mesh with Alan Murphy
"Allen Murphy. Welcome to the show. Thanks Jeff thanks for having me you were with F. Five beginning back in two thousand five. This was about fifteen years ago. Described the load balancer market. When you started at the company it was all hardware. I mean it was big big iron big volume the bigger the better our customers back then were founded two camps. They were either colocation a data center. They were running their own but either way to customers who were buying a five hardware or aggregating tons of data through those boxes so we dealt with a lot of really high volume clients and then a lot of more geographically distributed technology like global s to be able to distribute traffic between multiple data centers in Colo but it was all just massive ingress single point. Traffic Win was there. This industry shift from physical load balancing infrastructure toward in augmentation of the software based load balancing. I think the big shift came. I guess the first indication that shift was coming was when Colo's and data center companies started offering more segmented in granular services companies like rex basis. Great example they did a great job. Kind of changing the market away from single point service single point entry to more virtualization distributed services. So there's definitely a movement at the data center level back then or maybe around two thousand ten two thousand nine hundred like that but the big shift. No question was cloud and it was the reliability the stability in the cost and accessibility associated with cloud. And that immediately flip the switch of conversation from hardware to software and from single point aggregate traffic management to distributed traffic management and did that causing the other downstream effects in the market like as we went from physical load balancing to software based load balancing. Sure I think it solved too big right. I should say introduced to big changes to the way companies handle their application infrastructure. One was that the more you software if you use that as a verb Maurice software the more granular. They can start managing their traffic so instead of just having his front door service that we used to call the bigger hardware aggregation point instead of having a front door service. They could start managing traffic managing that door. So that kind of that first step gate closer and closer to the APP so further down the stack. I think that was a huge downstream. Change that moving to software naval virtual leising traffic management itself enabled and then I think the second one was the change of ownership so before they were typically one or two teams that were responsible for all of the traffic management functionality because they handled it all in that shift to software in that desegregation of the application stack of the services of the traffic management brought new teams into managing traffic. And today. We're we're talking with devops. You know down in the weeds. Day to day development engineers who have to deal with traffic management so huge changes downstream and the shift to software define networking was this all managed by commodity infrastructure or. Were there still specialized types of servers that needed to be used to host the load balancing and networking infrastructure. As things. Move to the cloud? I think it came down to what type of traffic was being managed. I think commodity whether it's hardware-software commodity for your run of the mill. Http traffic can absolutely be handled by a number of different services in different form factors in different locations and environments but when we talk about very specialized traffic management or the the function of that traffic management. You start to see less and less commoditisation. So if we're talking about their application aware traffic management for what we now call. East WEST TRAFFIC SERVICE TO SERVICE. Traffic for micro services. There's still a level of awareness and understanding environment the kind of moves it out of the commodity requirement or commodity bucket. And then if we're talking about really specialized traffic for service providers for financial institutions that have kind of their own way of formatting traffic of passing traffic but also traffic reliability. I think they're still absolutely a need for specialized components whether again those are hardware-software on Prem cloud doesn't matter the the more specifically towards the application need the more will still need specialized very very fine tuned application delivery software hardware. I do want to eventually get to a discussion of modern software defined traffic networking and Specifically Service Mesh Conversation. But since you've worked in this area for for so long and you've interacted with a lot of different client basis. You just mentioned that different verticals might have different needs for the hardware. Perhaps the software that they use to manage their networking infrastructure so financial services for example. Tell me more about how different verticals might have different needs for the networking infrastructure? Sure we definitely say it again if we're talking hardware software but it's a really interesting space to kind of zero in on what those differences are talk about a couple of examples so financial fintech fencer. Those companies are very very dependent on insanely high reliability. And it makes sense right. We need low. Latency high volume transactions for things like economic trading. We need the ability to embed security controls into the application language itself. The application traffic language so Fintech. They're very focused on something like low latency high availability if you look at service provider kind of four g historic service provider also very concerned with low latency but massive massive volumes of very large types of traffic. So we're talking about over. The top providers companies like Netflix need to distribute their content over service provider network those companies that service providers are very very focused on high resiliency high availability. But for much much bigger larger traffic patterns than you'd seen Fintech for example five G. brings a whole different scope to that because now we're talking about pushing services closer to the edge containerization still that high volume but now the ability to carve out that traffic in a different way that we would in a traditional infrastructure I think healthcare is another very interesting one because security regulations government control over that data or rather government control over how that data is used in access is paramount. Way also talk a lot about remote working when we're in healthcare prior to everything that's going on today. We talk a lot about big big software components that need to reside on site but they need to communicate back to a centralized secure cloud environment. So then we're talking about regulations and how to keep data sandbox and highly secure. So it's really really interesting to these. Larger verticals do have these different traffic necessities that require either specialized components or at least very their application aware components and F. Five. Now is the owner of engine necks. And we'RE GONNA be talking somebody today. You've spent considerable time working at F. Five as well as in genetics and both of these companies are heavily used products to define the the networking infrastructure for different companies so it. Fiv historical application has been the hardware load balancer. But it's moved into a lot of different software services that are required for networking. Dns infrastructure in. Genetics has been used as an edge proxy for a long time cashing infrastructure reverse proxy ing. Load balancing. I like to understand the acquisition from your point of view when f five acquired engine X. Why did that acquisition make sense? As you mentioned I was at the genetic side when acquisition happened from the moment I was super excited. It made complete sense to me when I left at five. Had been there for about ten years as you mentioned so let's in two thousand fifteen and the F. Five culture at the time was very much focused on helping customers support their software their drive the software and it was an exciting time at five but at the same time there was also this kind of internal understanding that hardware is still an important factor absolutely drives a lot of the customer requests and we still have those verticals that we talked about like service provider in two thousand fifteen when I left him of two genetics. It was a great opportunity to focus on as you mentioned the exact opposite side of that coin which is one hundred percent software but also one hundred percent. Devops an application focused deployments so all of our customers engineers were focused on application level. Reverse proxy and embedding that reverse proxy functionality. As literally close to the APP as you can get in today. We'll talk about sidecars a few minutes in that regard but it was very much focused on software. Only get the packet to the APP and then let's figure out how to handle it soon as it gets into our environment and software space so when the acquisition happened even with that kind of four year gap between Lena Five and then rejoining it made perfect sense to me because it kind of melded. The Best of those two worlds but also filled gaps where f five is predominantly hardware. Front door service with Dr. The software engineer was virtually one hundred percent software but starting to deal with kind of higher level network in order. That things like containerized networks. Bring in so that being able to put those two together of hardware network deep history understanding software application delivery deep industry understanding. Bring those together. It just filled both gaps so eloquently so perfectly made perfect sense and I was super excited to come back into F. Five with that software mentality and win that acquisition happened. You help build out some of the strategies for integrating with cloud providers and this is an interesting strategic task to build. Because you have these these gigantic cloud infrastructure providers that are to some extent providing commodity services in. And then you have. They have their specialized services that they built as well. But there was this huge reorientation while the orientation reorientation in the Industry. That's still going on. For how companies that are not cloud providers companies that are not these gigantic infrastructure providers integrate with the cloud providers tell me about defining the strategy for F. Five to integrate with cloud providers. I can speak first to the engineer strategy in the work that we did there in my role when I first joined in. Genetics was to help design some of that from the technology perspective. So what are the where the technology roadblocks? What are the hurdles? We need to get around what we need to provide those cloud providers from the genetic space and we were very fortunate because we had such a huge market awareness and breadth of deployment at engine X. Pretty much everybody in the world is using in genetics. So that in itself was driving questions back to us of. Hey we're moving our infrastructure into aws for example or GCP. We WanNa take that same functionality of genetics into that environment so on paper it was a literal transition. You're running engineering software on PREM PICK IT UP and move wherever you want still works today and we had so many customers who follow that model but at the same time we also had customers as you mentioned who are coming to US insane. Were either trying to build more intelligence into the cloud platform. We don't want to do just lifting shift or we WANNA consume some of the tried and true in Jenex resources through a consumption based model in the cloud so we had as you'd expect a really really strong marketplace offerings and all the cloud providers to someone could purchase genetics in a consumption based model. That was fine but we also spent a tremendous amount of time working with those providers on what value can engine x. Helped bring them in today. Some of the the largest platform tools incorporate engineering a lot of people use genetics without realizing its genetics. Because we have that flexibility and
‘We must not stop living’: French mayor defends Smurf rally that drew thousands amid coronavirus fears
"Post hello French mayor defends holding Smurf rally amid corona virus outbreak the mayor of lander now Orlando no in western France is defending his decision to host a record breaking gathering of thirty five hundred people dressed as Smurfs over the weekend despite coronavirus concerns mayor Patrick leclerc says to critics we must not stop living it was the chance to say that we are alive for now some thirty five hundred people dressed as the blue cartoon characters attended the event which came a day before France banned all public gatherings larger than a thousand people in an attempt to contain the virus the post reports that the rally was slammed by international media our having Italy's la Repubblica newspaper which called it potentially a very dangerous viral bomb it's a newspaper you'll say Colo also referred to the rally as an irresponsible move could greatly increase the risk of contagion yeah but it's not everyday you
Weight loss drug Belviq pulled from market over cancer risk
"A popular weight loss drug is being recalled the FDA says bill that could raise the risk of cancer the maker disagrees saying the benefits outweigh the risk but it's still taking action to voluntarily give the drug off the market the FDA says pancreatic Colo rectal in one cancer or reported more often when using pelvic patients are told to stop taking the drug immediately and
Prisoners in Nazi concentration camps made music; now it's being discovered and performed
"How many musicians were among those imprisoned in concentration camps during World War two either there's situation they brought their music into the world through there lived a tragedy now one man is working to collect these musical score more than six million people mostly Jews died in the Holocaust the music they wrote as a temporary escape however didn't alt thanks in part to the efforts of an Italian composer and pianist French's Colo taught all he has spent the last thirty years of his life recovering and performing the music composed in concentration camps so far he has recovered eight thousand schools they will be housed in a special Citadelle being created in the south of Italy Sabina castle Franco CBS news
Physics of Gaming And The Cloud
"Roablocks. This has something called a physics engine and a physics engine essentially outlines the rules of the physics of the game. If if my character jumps how does gravity interact with that character. Is You know. Is it like the real world. Where it's you know? Nine point nate meters per second squared. Or whatever or is it is it like you and you can double jump for something you know exactly. Excellent is the physics engine. Something that is simple enough that you can keep entirely on a client device. Or is that something where it's like. You have to make a round trip up to make physics decisions so the physics engine itself is definitely something that could be kept on the device but you actually run into the networking in ownership problems. That we were just talking about right. If if you imagine a game like grand theft auto where you can be driving a car are and I can be driving a car and we crash them together right if you assume that there will be some round trip time from my client to the server and from your client to the server from my perspective rendering in real time on my device if you make a last minute adjustment right before our two cars crash rush. I'm GonNa not see that because that last minute adjustment didn't make it to my device by the time my last minute input push got sent up to the server at a new sink of of the real time. Geometry locations came back down from the server to my device. Answer you might see a different different car crash that I would see on my client so really one of the core competencies of a game engine like what we've built it. Roadblocks is how you arbitrate ownership of physics. And frankly how you do some predictive modeling of even things down to user input to try. Try to come up with the best. Guess of how these multi player. Physical interactions are actually going to work in the game space. Do you WanNa make it something. Where all physics is owned by the game server and so you know you have a completely level playing field but a lot of the input and controls than are gonNA feel super laggy because in order to see the result of an input you have to take the input on the device? S- ended up to the to the game server which is obviously some hundreds of miles away from you and in almost the best case scenario and then send that you have that determine what happened from a physics standpoint and send the results back down for rendering locally on the device this or do you want to have the no lag option where you're actually have direct control and rendering of your car or whatever it is locally on your device vice but where the reality in your game client can as a result diverge from the reality on the game server and consequently from the reality on another players local client device because all of its having to be arbitrated in sinked back out of real time from what you're seeing being rendered on your screen in in robotics. We have a really complex set of code. That basically says well if there's no other players near you obviously we can have physics owned locally ugly on your Client N. as other players in other dynamic interactions come closer and closer to you this essentially physics ownership code base kicks in and tries to determine the optimal placement of stuff either in the cloud or on your local client and which version of the world takes precedence. That's crazy I mean. This is the kind of thing I was. Why like talking to people about the gaming the gaming business do you have these guys that crazy problems the a fourteen year trajectory? What's interesting about a fourteen year? Trajectory is that takes you back to pre cloud days. There was a show we did within two it. It fairly recently and into it made this crossing the chasm on Prem to the cloud and this is pretty interesting area of debate or architectural decision making because there are many companies that have investments in Colo's or their own on prime infrastructure. And you know they get to a point where we've got the infrastructure it's useful but there's there's these cool cloud services and maybe it would be cheaper if we didn't own any infrastructure and so they have a set of very interesting decisions about should they get rid of their on MM permit for structure. Should they move to the cloud with roadblocks. I assume it's a little bit simpler because the real traction with the product didn't start until like the post cloud era but I am nonetheless. Curious are there uses of of on Prim infrastructure everything entirely cloud. No We so there's actually two aspects to that one is. You're absolutely right that when they started roadblocks the word cloud hadn't really even been coined yet in in fact if you ask the engineers who are at the company at the time we actually have our game server infrastructure internally is referred to as RC. See Roadblocks Fox compute cloud and they swear up and down that the industry had not used the word cloud before they decided to call it that internally. I don't don't know if I believe them. I wasn't here at the time. But if you believe them they think they coined the name cloud which is hilarious in terms of our current infrastructure. There's actually another aspect of it as well. Which is the operating company at our scale? We are now having to make decisions about not just whether weather or not as effective to move stuff out of our legacy on prem data center in Chicago into the cloud but also at this point our scale justifies building out our own global essentially private cloud infrastructure. So one of the big investments that we've made at the company over the last two years is is literally acquiring acquiring our own global fiber network standing up a a series of. I think we're at sixteen or seventeen edge termination pops around the world and running all of data between our own fully owns data centers in Chicago and Ashburn Virginia over our own private fiber infrastructure infrastructure to those edge termination nodes so from our perspective. Our the way we think about this is if you're a sort of full stack application engineer building service service. You shouldn't actually care what is what infrastructure that service is being hosted on there should be an abstraction layer that says hey I just need to host the service that needs to be able to serve you know X. amount of volume and and and to be able to scale at why why rate up to future volumes and then beneath that abstraction layer there's Microsoft's platform team. That doesn't actually care explicitly. Okay what your service does. They don't care if it's serving the social graph or if it's serving the in purchase functionality or whatever they agency a service that needs hosting with a specific geographic distribution of consumption and specific growth rate with individual certain signals around volume and stuff like that and their job is to place that service on the best possible infrastructure for structure whether that's public cloud infrastructure our own bare metal for cost reasons or our legacy data center. Because it's it's part of one of our like you know sort of legacy model lists that haven't been upgraded to the latest stack yet so from our perspective basically try to have a team whose sole mission in is making optimal decisions around what infrastructure is best to host individual services into abstract that away from the the work that in actual application engineer would need to do to optimize that the resultant user experience does that make sense. Yes so speaking of services. I assume that for many years roablocks had a monolithic code base. Because you know I think uh over the course of fourteen years there has been this increased promotion of the of the breaking up of monolith into domain specific services services or service oriented architecture or micro services architecture or whatever the term does your is so that probably happened. You know that. Kind of breaking up of the monolith or addendums to the monolith that probably start happening before you joined the company three three years ago. Can you just tell me the the rough picture of the architecture today. There's some central monolith and then some other services or is it. Is it like a lot of just a flat services architecture so in an interesting way this kind of goes back to a core roadblocks engineering principle which is sort of set your north star in terms of with the the way you want to solve a certain class of engineering problems and then sort of make sure that any near-term firm engineering technology choice that you make moves your stack towards that long-term Northstar so essentially is another way of saying make make sure you're doing the engineering investment necessary to avoid any sort of unnecessary technical debt. This is a core roadblocks engineering principle. Something we think about. Every day as it relates to architecture vis-a-vis like model. It said micro services we still do have a core four of Monolithic code base that powers. Some percentage of the roadblocks dub dub dub website and associated services the The reason that still exists is that it has proven capable more or less of serving the the fifty to one hundred x traffic that increase that is experienced over the last three to four years. As we've we've gone through this crazy exponential exponential growth curve varies an internal mandate today and has been for for years. Now where if you're doing significant modification to existing existing services. You should simultaneously do the work that's necessary to break them out of the monolith and stand them up. As a containerized micro service independently scalable manage dependencies et Cetera. And so that we have like internal tracking sheets that show the migration of core services out of the monolithic into these independently hosted micro services that now are significant majority of our backend infrastructure after. But there's not a abstract internal mandate that says. Hey stop all product work until the monolith is dead and basically draws back to the idea idea that when that Monolithic code base was created. Yes it was a monolith but it was also created with a ton of attention paid to scale ability. The end of future magnitude of demand concerns in. It's actually even to this day operating relatively wealth from a scale ability standpoint. The only part of it. That's actually a really major negative drain on internal resources that at our current scale of headcount in the engineering department having everybody iterating on the same model at the code base can be kind of painful at the release schedule becomes a little bit harder to manage and stuff like that and so we think. Moving microscopes actually unblocks individual teams allows them to sort of control their own destiny in terms of shipping their own services and not have to wait for the daily monolith release to get their code out into user's hands. Give me some general perspective for where you're at in in terms of assessing technical debt and resolving technical debt versus building out new
Winners and Losers of the Democratic Debate
"The Democratic Party is trying to figure out who it is during these presidential primary debates the big it's the big highlights that you see we'll go through some of them it's all the Sniping Amy Klobuchar and Liz Warren and Kamala Harris get some shots in their Liz worn the people going after Elizabeth Warren then you've got booed edge in Baidoa going after each other and that's all very interesting the central fact of the debate is that Biden is falling apart his polling is collapsing his ability to stand on stage is collapsing Bernie Sanders had a heart attack a week and a half ago he seemed much much more lucid and vibrant and energetic than Joe Biden did and to our knowledge Joe Biden hasn't had any heart attacks this was all about your and he just he was saying things that didn't make a lot of sense he was kind of losing his train of thought he was pushing different analogies together it just didn't and buyer confidence that this is the guy at one point biden was explaining his economic plans and he said he was gonna he was gonNA stop people from clipping coupons in the stock market get what I've talked about is how you get things done and the way to get things done is take a look at the tax code right now the idea we have to start rewarding work just wealth I would eliminate the capital gains tax that would raise the capital gains tax to the highest rate of thirty nine point five percent I would double it because guess what why in God's name should someone who's clipping coupons in the stock market make in fact pay a lower tax rate than someone who in fact is like I said a schoolteacher and a firefighter it's ridiculous and they pay a lower tax so none of that is true nothing he said even comes close to approaching truth to be I don't even know how you judge the truth value of the statement clipping coupons in the stock market because people do not clear up coupons in this I guess they would be really just really good frugal stockbrokers if they clipped like if there were some coupon to get a better price on some mm some portion of a company doesn't make any sense I think what he was trying to say is people gambling in the stock market that's that's a frequent analogy you hear from the left and that it's unfair the people who are gambling are paying lower tax rate than their secretaries this is aligned Warren Buffett's used this line it just isn't true it is not true at all where does it come from it's because the capital gains tax rate is lower than the income tax rate for some people actually eat for people Oh who you know if you're talking about your secretary you're talking about the you know the janitor is paying more higher tax rate than the the stockbroker or the on manager of that perhaps isn't isn't true anyway even on the income tax rate but what happens is for a lot of people work in finance they get a salary but then they get most of their money as a bonus or in when you're talking about the millionaire billionaire class they're paying capital gains on the or paying capital gains taxes on their investment income so you're not even talking about bonuses you're not talking about income you talk about money that's in the market that's investments and then the money that you make out of those investments you pay a lower tax rate even on that that is money that has already been taxed at the corporate level so even that argument is not true but y the way this gets interpreted is that billionaires are paying less money in taxes than their secretaries that is never that's not even close to true the wealthy in this country pay virtually all of the taxes the top ten percent pay the vast majority of taxes in this country top one percent pay a lion share of taxes in this country I mean the half of the country doesn't pay any taxes at all in terms of federal income taxes so this whole argument is bogus the problem with Biden is not that he's making a bogus argument everybody was up there said he wasn't even making the argument well and he was confusing his words and then here's the knockout punch they brought up Ukraine Anderson Cooper brings up Ukraine and Joe Biden incredibly lies on camera again and says he never discussed Ukraine with us President Yeah as you've said your son Hunter today gave an interview admitted that he made a mistake and showed poor judgment by serving on the board in Ukraine and did you make a mistake by letting him you're the point person on Ukraine at the time if you can answer book my son statement speaks for itself I did my job never discussed a single thing with my son about anything having to do with their crane known is indicated I have we've always kept everything separate even when my son was the attorney general of the state works we never discussed the there'd be no potential conflict okay there's a lot of confusion here first of all he says he's doubling down on a statement that he made that no one his ever suggested that Joe Biden talked with Ukraine or talked with his son about Ukraine and there's no evidence of that at all the trouble is someone has suggested that the person who suggested that was Hunter Biden in a New Yorker profile in July and he actually reiterated that statement on good morning Arca on ABC News two days ago did you and your father ever discuss you know as I said only time was after news count it wasn't a discussion in any way there's no to this no we never did what hold on hold on you say did you ever discuss Ukraine he goes no just one time there was one time we I'll shoot they told me not to say that no there's no but we didn't we wasn't even a discussion sure we said something he said something we were talking about it but that's not I wouldn't call that a discussion it was more of a discourse it was more of a Colo Que- it was next question place past next question Joe Biden even in his answer by the way he says we never talked about Ukraine even when my son was the attorney general of Delaware that's not the sun we're talking about joe his Sun Beau Biden his late son Bo Biden was the attorney general of Delaware the son who was on the Ukrainian Energy Board was Hunter Biden and hundred says he did talk about it and Hunter Biden goes on because good morning America their credit actually pushed him on it. There's an old saying you didn't talk about it then you're saying you did talk about it by the way what were you doing on the board in the first place that I hope you know what you're doing doing I said I do and that was literally the discussion why because my dad was vice president United States there's literally nothing as young man or as a full grown adult that my father in some way has not influence over as it does not serve either one of us when he said I hope you know what you're doing what did he think you were doing well he read the press reports that I joined the board of reasonable which was eight Ukrainian natural gas company and there's been a lot of misinformation Shen about me not about my dad nobody buys at but advises idea that I was unqualified to be on the board what were your qualifications to be on the border berries I was sharing with the board Amtrak for five years I was the chairman of the board of the UN World Food Program I was a lawyer for boies Schiller flexner one of the most prestigious law firms in the world didn't have any extensive knowledge about natural gas or Ukraine itself though no but I think that I had as much as anybody else that was on the board for yeah this is this is not going well for Hunter Biden because he's right he probably didn't have any less knowledge than anyone else on the board this is a crooked board that's what really anti boards are certainly an oligarch countries like Ukraine when and corrupt countries like Ukraine they say what previous experience did you have what qualified you to be on the board of this Ukrainian energy company while you're while your father was vice president as well I was on the board of Amtrak you know that other company that has a relationship to the federal government that my father famously travels on so much that they call him Amtrak Joe Yeah it was on that so what are you calling me a nepotistic for and before that I was on another board and hey look I did have one real job I worked for boies Schiller which is maybe the most famous democratic lobbying law firm in the country okay all right doesn't acquit himself very well here so biden collapses on stage in real time two ways to respond to this for the Democratic Party and for the candidates they can either remain hardline progressives or they can try to take Bernie Haddens place in the moderate lane because the moderate lane now is falling apart so there is an opening here I was wondering I thought why on Earth was the Lgbtq townhall on Friday what was the purpose of this and then it occurred to me people were tweeting about this they had that LGBTQ crazy town town all on Friday because then it allowed the Democrats to look more moderate at this debate just a week later less than a week later while we're having to discuss any of the LGBT issues in the pronouns and the genders so there was a real opening and I think the Democratic Party tried to try to make sure it looked in opening four moderate now some candidates can't take that Bernie Sanders is never going to be a moderate he went full bore leftist last night he said on the collectivist issue Parekh Salon climate change you said it's the greatest threat that the planet has ever faced this planet faces the greatest threat in its history from climate change and the green new deal that I have advocated will create up to twenty million jobs as we move away from fossil fuel energy efficiency and sustainable energy all right the weather which may or may not increase in temperatures slightly a little bit over the next century he is the greatest threat the planet has ever faced says Bernie Sanders the man who probably never heard of the Cretaceous Paleo gene mass extinction event three quarters of it wiped out he probably hasn't heard of that one so he's just it's a little historical ignorance for him that's the far left that's about as far left as you go with Bernie Sanders Baidoa Rourke so trying to play into that left Lane Betas campaign is falling apart I mean there's pretty much no reason should be at this debate anymore and so he's he's been trying to signal that he's as left as they come over the past few months this is after a career where he played himself off mostly as a moderate in Congress and so he obviously doesn't believe in anything but he felt leftism was going to bring them all the way it looks like that's not gonna work so he's one last tries going to say that we're going to undermine the second amendment he's GonNa take away all your guns go door to door take them all away how exactly are you going to force people to give up their weapons you don't even know who has those weapons look we're GonNa make sure the the priority is saving the lives of our fellow Americans I think almost everyone on this stage agrees that it's not right and as president would seek to ban the sale of fifteens and AK47's those are weapons of war they were designed to kill people effectively efficiently on a battlefield to be clear exactly how are you going to take away
What Pokémon Are You Based on Your Birthday?
"Wanna talk about this birthday. Thing that allegra found yeah i meant open the show with it and i was gonna talk about it but then we did that and now i'm going to talk about it. Allegra are you found on twitter. I did this beautiful thing from <hes> tweet tweet user great macau and it is a calendar of the year with pokemon. Come on for each day of the year birthday pokemon. It looks like it looks like this calendar only cover of condo through hoan which her jen's one controvercial yes so i already take issue in that <hes>. I'm not exactly sure how it's part i. I don't know if it's i think it might just be one through three lisa five. Maybe that's why oh yeah so. I guess whatever your birthday that make sense or response to the number of folks on a number of days. It does that mean. If i was one day earlier. It would have had a better poke him on yes. I mean yes show with your pokemon. Goal doug gold chelsea's were they as july seventeenth and that corresponds to golda now looking again <hes> and my birthday is december third. Wait july seventeenth. No year actually mirko chelsea elsie. That's horrible. I hate mirko. Oh okay so you would have been happier with mold. I just keep catching macos and pokemon. Oh come on go and i'm like your ugly little witch hat. I guess that's a little which honestly not tell you like that that picture. It's so freaking small. If i had been one day earlier i would have had hombre on which is a much all dang that <hes> my birthday this december third and that is luna tone on the calendar. I wanna luna tone so badly. I don't know how i feel about it. I don't know i mean luna tone and soul rock there the sun and the moon poke them on. They're just not cute not that. I should be acute. Poke them on. I don't know i feel like everyone wants to be at ebay lucia yes. Why wouldn't you want to be an evolution. That's like the best one fourth starter something i mean. Luna tone is is better than you know. I mean this really favors early birthdays 'cause if you have your birthdays a few months year you get a gen one pokemon and if you're like january yeah i use frequent bulbous or you blessings well. I suffered my own disappointment because i also mis read the calendar and i thought i was looted colo solo but actually i'm a long way move the worst version. Oh i was so excited and luda
Do Beaches Need Seashells?
"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand. Romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. Starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm a production indivi- heart radio. Hey brain stuff. Lauren vogel bomb here. We humans tend to enjoy the ocean so it makes sense that we'd want to take a piece as of at home with us but be warned beachside souvenir hunting can land you in prison. If you go overboard case in point early in summer of two thousand eighteen a texas access woman was fined five hundred dollars and sentenced to fifteen days in jail by a florida judge for illegally harvesting forty. Queen conch shells her key west vacation. Queen conches are marine greene's nails who live in gorgeous shells of their own making florida allows people to collect the vacant shells but it's illegal to take one. That's still occupied by alive conch. The shells of the aforementioned i mentioned texan took had living breathing molluscs in them. Florida has a vested interest in these nautical treasures on the shell loaded island of santa bell a barrier community near fort myers beach coming as a major draw for tourists and when residents noticed their precious commodities were vanishing. They took action in the late. Twentieth century local local started worrying that out of towners repelling too many shells as a conservation measure. Santa bell banned the collection of any shells with their original mollusks still living inside as well as does any sand dollars starfish and sea urchins. The ban took effect in nineteen ninety five and has since been extended throughout santa bell's home county. If you've noticed shell depletion on the beaches he visit know that it's not just a matter of light fingered vacationers organized poaching has become a serious global concern. We spoke by email with vincent instant nyman an anthropology professor at oxford brookes university in the united kingdom and a twenty fifteen study he co authored nyman documented the illegal trade of indonesia's protected shells calls the indonesian government keeps a list of molluscs that are illegal to trade or collect within the republic's jurisdiction chambered nautilus triton's trumpets and some giant clams are among the creatures ostensibly protected by law there yet poaching is rampant. Neiman's paper tells of twenty illegal shipments were intercepted by the indonesian authorities between in two thousand eight and two thousand thirteen but together these busts yielded more than forty two thousand shells a protected species valued at seven hundred thousand dollars nyman even said it's very important to note that we're not talking about individual tourists collecting a couple of shells on the beach putting them in their suitcase and bring them home. We're talking about a large scale commercial trade where the shells are collected by active fishing scuba diving cages etc and where entire sections of the ocean floor are emptied he stresses the poachers like to grab occupied shells and then destroy animals within them. He explained that when the animals are alive their shells are usually excellent condition as opposed to shells that have been discarded and washed washed up on the beach which are often damaged mosques aren't the only animals who've been hurt by the reckless over hunting of sea shells when sales nautilus and other sea animals die of natural causes other creatures like to move into their former shell homes we also spoke by email with michael kousky an ecologist at the university of florida he he said the most obvious examples are hermit crabs which use empty shells as protective armor. There are in fact many marine habitats. It's hard to find an empty shell because hermit crabs inhabit but almost all of them when there aren't enough shelters go around hermit crab populations are curbed and housing is just one service that unused shells offer some sea creatures creatures and birds eat them for mineral supplements calcium carbonate others use the sturdy shells as anchors from other mollusks barnacles and many more the harvest of these shells isn't just bad for the local ecosystem. It's also bad for the environment and ultimately for the humans who live and visit their take yoga beach a lovely slice of the iberian peninsula tesla located in sao paulo spain hot vacation destination. That's enjoyed increasing popularity wanting to know more about how this rise and human activity was affecting the ecosystem colo. The ski rolled up his sleeves and hit the scene from july of nineteen seventy eight through july of nineteen eighty-one. He and his colleagues put together monthly catalogs of all the seashell material they could find on your a beach kulakowski returned decades later for a new round of surveys beginning in two thousand eight and ending in two thousand ten. His discoveries weren't encouraging tourism data revealed field an almost three fold increase in visitation between one thousand nine hundred and twenty ten during that same period the number of seashells on your beach fell by more than sixty percent coincidence incidents probably not other beachside communities should be worried about the same kind of decline in seashells and not just for environmental reasons shells tend to break up into particles that are bigger than typical sand grains these shell fragments helped beaches fight erosion by locking up making it harder for winds waves and water currents to move shoreline shoreline sediment around if we moved to many sea shells it'll become harder for beaches to resist the forces of erosion and that it affects short side buildings roads and other infrastructure so what's the solution nyman notes in many countries. There are excellent laws in place to prevent overharvesting companies and individuals should follow the existing existing regulations and the authorities should enforce them. It is an economic crime and should be handled such he added the prosecutors. Judges must take large-scale poaching operations more seriously. Today's episode was written by mark manzini whose name i've been mispronouncing for about about two years now and it was produced by tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other multidisciplinary topics visit our home planet has works dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet.
Exact Sciences in advanced talks to buy Genomic Health for $2.8 billion
"Has learned exact sciences Corp which is developing tests for cancer and is the maker of the Colo guard colon cancer test is in advanced talks to acquire genomic health for about two point eight billion dollars this to boost its cancer testing business genomic health business also centers around cancer screenings the source says an agreement could be announced as early as this week but discussions could still be delayed or fall
Pfizer in talks to merge off-patent drugs business with Mylan
"I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters two big themes will dominate this week on Wednesday the federal reserve wraps up a two day meeting in Washington with an interest rate decision investors are expecting a quarter point rate cut to come out of that meeting also almost three months after a breakdown in trade talks Chinese and American negotiators meet again in Shanghai this week two days of talks are set to restart on Tuesday deep tensions remain and there are mixed signals from both sides Charles Henry Munch how is C. E. O. L. mail capital he says the trump administration is balancing possible recession against being seen as soft on trade we are in the pre election year we don't see Mr trump taking too much we can respond that sites he wants to avoid economic recession at any price but on the other hand is the one to do it in front of the Chinese Montero was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak also on the agenda this week earnings reports quite a lot of companies are set to report including apple master card yeah Chrysler Toyota G. E. and beyond meat representatives from Europe China and Russia nations they're still committed to the Iran nuclear deal plan to meet with Iran's representative in Vienna today to discuss how to save the accord the meeting of diplomats takes place after Iran surpassed the deal stockpile and enrichment limits has learned exact sciences Corp which is developing tests for cancer and is the maker of the Colo guard colon cancer test is in advanced talks to acquire genomic health for about two point eight billion dollars this to boost its cancer testing business genomic health business also centers around cancer screenings the source says an agreement could be announced as early as this week but discussions could still be delayed or fall apart global news twenty four hours a day on air had it checked out on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg these
Kepler homers twice more off Bauer, Twins win 6-2
"Best with eighty four percent of its roads in good condition C. Romero comma news twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on Colo news I'm Paul Jackson the Seattle storm say they are looking into allegations that all star for Natasha Howard physically threatened and abused her wife Howard's wife posted a video on Twitter in which she yelled about being threatened the storm issued a statement saying they're aware of the allegations and are in communication with the league the storm will host the York tomorrow at Wimbledon Simona Halep beats Serena Williams in straight sets to win the women's title and studies show that was the best match of my life for also on grass against her is never easy so I'm really proud of my game of the day and it's Halep second major titles four to ten forty on the home of the Huskies I'm Paul de Castro call motives if you want you to write to find the best deals around Los is here to help savings throughout the store shop cobalt two days and take advantage of great values on tools and accessories like seventy dollars off a cobalt twenty four hold Max variable speed brushless cordless impact driver now ninety nine dollars thinking of updating your back seat during our kitchen back to them with up to forty percent off select bath essentials including vanities faucets shower heads and more whatever's on your to do list do it right for less start with lows offers fell to seven seventy was so Capital One presents a thirty second audio tour of Ireland she's very German castle German castle terming castle charming castle chairman Kass you know you can actually go there when you use the Capital One venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every dollar you spend on every purchase which means you'll have plenty of miles to actually travel to Ireland the Capital One venture card what's in your wallet Capital One bank USA NA it's summer time which means it's concert season start your night out with some Bacardi cocktails before heading this weekend's concert with your crew make sure to grab a bottle of the card add some levity to four of the most refreshing drink of the summer of a party leave money we'll keep you moving all summer long live constantly street responsibly copyright twenty nineteen the card and the bad device are trademarks party and company limited the card USA incorporated gables Florida forty percent alcohol by volume five our tea with caffeine from green tea leaves it's delicious energizing incomes and three amazing flavors with zero sugar and four calories in your life with its compact size and portability it goes where you go to the campsite the hiking trail the beach without weighing you down five our tea caffeine from green tea leaves release your natural side from the makers of five hour energy for more information visit five hour energy dot com try five our tea today look for five our tea at your local circle K. store say metro by T. mobile cut the best deal and wireless and it's all for you all from me just switch quickly because metro has to lance but AT and two Samsung galaxy J. seven stock falls for free Amazon prime included that's the way while it should be only at metro the sales tax an activation fee fifty dollars plus rate plan required not older numbers currently on T. mobile network on maturing past ninety days offer subject to change
News in Brief 12 February 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. More than one billion twelve to thirty five year olds at risk irreversible, hearing loss from exposure to loud sounds such as music played on their smartphone. U N health experts said on Tuesday as they unveiled new guidelines to make listening safer. The recommendations to prevent noise induced hearing loss and related conditions such as tinnitus, which is commonly experienced as a ringing sound. In your ears include functions on personal audio devices that monitor how loud and for how long people listen to music. Here's Dr Shelly chatter from the World Health Organization or WHO, which has joined forces with the International Telecommunications Union IT you for this initiative over a billion young people are atrisk of hearing loss simply by doing what they really enjoy doing a lot which is listening regularly to music through their headphones over their devices at the moment, we don't really have. Anything other than our instinct, not really anything solid other than our instinct to Dallas. I'll be doing this, right? Or is it something which is going to lead to tinnitus and hearing loss few years down the line? Latest data shows half of all young listeners have the volume at unsafe levels through personal audio devices, including smartphones. They use continues to grow globally, a parental volume. Control option is also included in the UN recommendations to industry which participated in two years of discussions, along with experts from government, consumer bodies and civil society. Thousands of people have fled a fresh outbreak of violence in south Sudan's, Equatoria state seeking safety in neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday, some five thousand people have settled in several villages along the border near the town of Ingeborg Colo in province in northeastern DRC, according to spokesperson. Bubba bella. Most are women and children and elderly. They arrived exhausted hungry and thirsty. Among them are people suffering from malaria or other illnesses. Many have suffered from trauma after witnessing violent incidents, including on mend reportedly murdering and raping civilians and looting villages. According to reports, the violence has displaced another eight thousand people inside south Sudan near the town of the clashes started on the nineteenth of January between the army and rebel group. The National Salvation Front UNHCR says which has warned that the clashes have blocked humanitarian access to affected areas and finally forty countries have agreed draft UN guidelines on automatic breaking in cars in a move that could significantly improve road safety announced by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, you an EC the development concerns these sensors that are used on cars to detect other vehicle. Nls or pedestrians in the European Union alone. More than nine thousand five hundred people died in traffic accidents in two thousand sixteen inside urban areas. Fifty percent of the fatalities with drivers and forty percent where pedestrians you an ec- says the advanced emergency braking systems or a e S kicks in. If the driver does not react. To audible alerts applying the brakes automatically to avoid a collision or mitigate its effects. In addition to cars, the new regulation will be applicable to vans and minibuses with fewer than nine passengers once it is a doctored by the world forum for harmonization of vehicle regulations this June. The new regulation will likely enter into force in early twenty twenty Daniel Johnson UN news.
Flags: whose is best?
"Us. Very few people whether they're happy admitting it or not are entirely indifferent to the hoisting of the country's flag. For a survey of what different flags mean to the people of different nations. We consulted the riot Asli multinational stuff here at monocle. I'm the foreign editor here at Monaco. Canada's flag the maple leaf was introduced in the sixties as way to set itself apart from the Union, Jack, which was on our previous leg since. Then it's probably most notable around the world as being spotted on backpackers backpacks as this rose in the seventies. When Canadians did not want to be mistaken for Americans during the Vietnam war when they were traveling, and that's continued on through the Iraq war and even today. I'm actually betting with Trump. There's been a bump in backpack sport in Canada flex. I'm Stephanie's Kia, and though I may not sound like it. I grew up in the United States where the flag is held in sacred esteem when we were very young we were told that it was not allowed to touch the ground and friends of mine who attended senior schools at after I left had to swear allegiance to it. It's a symbol that is everywhere in public life. You'll see it in the grocery store and at the gas station. I'm Karen Miller. And I'm the culture editor at Monaco. Now unity is not an easy thing to combine Italian politics or for that matter in its citizens national identity, but it is that precious and rare feeling that the Italian flag represents and celebrates over the years. It has naturally been used by people in all signs of the political spectrum from partisans to fascists, but somehow it has managed not to become just a preserve of far-right and theorists. It remains overall a benign and relatively neutral symbol of Italy's institutions its constitution and its young Republic, not particularly incendiary symbol. And when was the last time anything to do with the Todd politics felt fairly sedate? I'm Ben violent a producer and present at monocle twenty four. Now, I've got to say that the Estonian flag has long been a fairly contentious issue. Although overwhelmingly it is seen as a positive symbol. I would say that considering that indigenous Australians aren't necessarily represented on the flag. He can lead to a bit of misunderstanding to the types of issues that indigenous people do phase now importantly indigenous people do have their own flag. And that is why the respected among the strains as well. It's often seen at sporting events and the international events as well. So it's not as if there is no representation whatsoever. But when Austria tries to pitch it's flag as one fly, the represents all stray liens one. Does get the feeling that. Actually, there are a large number of stray into might feel as though in fact, they're not represented by that one single flag. I'm page and I'm a research app. One cool twenty full, and I am from the exotic southwest suburbs of London for me the Union Jack is actually quite an aesthetic flag, very bold colors at symmetrical and very recognizable. But it's still interesting. It's not just a Colo this sort of intricacy to the pattern. In fact, it's service Leszek that I chose the Union Jack to be on my bed sheets at my in my first year of university. And I studied in Dublin this proved slightly problematic as any later that I sort of realized that the eight hundred years or so of oppression was a factor. I should have considered before the junk on my bed sheets. And I think that's why maybe people feel a little bit uncomfortable about the Union Jack of it is so closely associated with the Royal family and colonialism, and it's got that nasty hangover sense about her. I'm your lane if affair and where I'm from. A nation is divided as Belgium split between the Flemish in the north and the loons in the south the flag has hardly anything to do with patriotism. It is almost exclusively used at sporting events. When at least we're little while the nation feels United even separatists don't mind waiting the Belgian flag and the World Cup from his will be merely seen as supporting the Red Devils. This is the foreign desk on monocle twenty four I'm joined once again by two Marshall, and we wanted to close out the program by by trying to set the oh, I'm sure not at all vexed question of whose flag of all the countries in the world ease best. I've drawn up a little list of my own come up with five that I really liked for various reasons be interested to see if they overlap with yours, we have not shared notes. Maybe if we start with what what are your top five over there? Okay. To be boring. I'll have to say that it is subjective. And if you'd say what are the best flags that work? I would give you different lists giving them even example. I like the Kenyan flag because the designs crying good. But the the the shield in the middle of it is a mess, I warrior shield now the messiah only about one point five percent of the Kenyan population. If it'd been a shield who are about twenty percent poppulation that would be a serious problem. It would be a bad fly. Leg because why do they went into the mess? I nobody's really bothered is simply something. Oh, yeah. It's symbol of our nation. So it's a good flag, Mozambique. It's on my list right for bad flags. I hope I caught like, okay. Well, I think it's a bad flack because it's got an AK forty seven on it, which isn't good. I believe but also because it's so similar to the flag of from yellow which was the organization that took on joined the independence fight full moat, Mozambique. But the problem is they represented overwhelmingly woman, particularly ethnic grouping in Mozambique. And so they pretty much said right off lag is now going be the national flag. So I think that's also that's a negative flag. Right. Good flexible flex. I. That's through the good flags. I like the Japanese flag simple, but effective, and when you know, a will the sun never sets, and you know, that behind Japan there is nothing except the sea. And then that sun, which is why I love the Macedonian flag is just mad. It's on my list. Okay. The sunburst it comes from Alexander. The great that they think was Macedonian, of course, the Greek student agree. It's just so not in the grouping of European flags each their South Korea is nice. It's not on my list. But it's in the Yang light. So over there in eastern and the little things in each corner. Actually, they mean, something to the South Koreans Brazil. Yeah. Good co- bit fussy. If you wanna talk, I let's believes but. The stars on the Brazil flag are in the position. They were on the day that independence was declared in the sky, which I like an I also liked the colors. But that's where the subjective thing in how we imbue meaning to it. I like the Brazilian football team and they play in those colors. And so it's kind of more attractive was in and of itself is just blue green Italy simply because it's such a fantastic lease simple and beautiful flag that immediately says good food. Bit again, that's the reverse engineered projection things. Actually, I also had on my list. I had Pakistan's flag, which I think is is simple and beautiful until the story of the country and has become trees. Placing the little stripe down the left hand side of the flagpole side is to include all the minorities of the indeed. So I I think it's a lovely flag. The practice may not have worked out quite like the theory. But I do like to play it's important that you have there. It's like I said the American flag doesn't always live up to its idea until the factors is if it's the thirteen stripes for the thirteen colonies, and they fought for liberty against the oppressive Brits. So in the flag is the concept of liberty. And it's important to have it there. Even if you don't always live up to its value. The ones I have mostly in aversion to flags which have the map of the country on them. So that Cyprus and Kosovo I think Cambodia's is annoying because it's just being tourist attraction in the middle of Bosnia. And Kosovo both looked like they were designed by committees. Try not to upset. Anybody and I guess understand. Also, I know the man who designed the Bosnian flag so much will pass it on to. Which might your list of disagreeable, Mozambique for reasons that we've gone into ready in the K forty-seven Greenland. It's just read in top and white at the bottom. And then the circle in the middle of it, which is white at the top. It's just boring. Uganda? Uganda's is black horizontal stripes. Black yellow red followed by black yellow red. It's like you've taken the German flag in the Belgian flagging sewn them together. And in the middle is this bird. It looks like a sort of chicken, you get an Endo's. It's actually the crane which is a national vase just it's just too fussy Nigeria. Green white green. Great country. But no such a like, and then Antarctica again the same guy that designed the Bosnian flag design how to hand in designing the talk to flag two thousand and two NET simply on a blue background for neutrality. And then the shape of enter Antarctica on it. It's just the best for like in the world. But the best flag in the world. I think we have agreed is Macedonia's. No, we have. Agreed. It's yorkshire. Is there a Yorkshire flank? We'll call is what's on light blue background with the white rose of Yorkshire Brian there in the middle, which I happen to have exactly the same thing. Tattooed on my right shoulder. So officially then the best flag in the world is Yorkshire Macedonia. Running a close second for my lecture notes on social thank you for. But he's it for this episode of the foreign desk went back next week and lookout for the foreign disc spleen available every Wednesday the foreign desk is produced by Yanni Goffin and Bill Bill so edits the program. My name's Andrew Miller. Thanks very much for listening until next time. Goodbye.
Tom Brady, Khalil Mack Have Top-Selling NFL Jerseys for 2018-19 Season
"That is because the NFL just released the top selling NFL jerseys of twenty eighteen would you guys like to take a guess at the top ten obviously I gave away that Khalil max in its top ten for twenty eighteen I'm gonna say number one is Patrick Mahomes. He's number three. Okay. So saquon Barkley, he's number five. Well, that's okay. Still good, right? Hold on Colo MAC. No. He's number two. Can you? Aw. It is the beloved Baker Mayfield good one year. He's number seven in the top ten number one. Hold on. You guys are missing. The obviously are the gold. Oh, Tom Brady. Yes. Why would I mean figure? Everybody's got Tom. How many