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"cuanto" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Remember when i said that. We'll steve cohen tweet. Something negative about the team. When are going well. Yeah well for the first time. He has done so just now two minutes ago. The owner of the mets has tweeted out this quote. It's hard to understand how professional hitters can be this unproductive the best teams have a more disciplined approach the slugging and opie numbers. Don't lie while i'll tell you this. The starting pitcher for the giants last night again blanket out on his name logan. What's his last name. Persson he hano yum one of their higher walk ratio pitchers. So you would think. Be a little selective bright. I'm pretty sure. He only thrown fifty pitches through five innings so unproductive impatient bad approach. Call it what you want. They're in a bad way right now. And it's almost as if they have no clue and i can't believe that they're not giving scouting reports. I'd i don't buy that. They have to. But i don't i don't get it. I mean this has been a stretch. G like i have never seen in terms of just nothing. There's nothing to it they. They don't score guys gone get on base and they literally like hunger games. They're dead out there and get never come around to score. They get stranded every inning. They never get a clutch hit. They can't drive a guy in from third and your pitchers out there all by himself. It used to be the call. You got the grommed will now. That's becoming the norm. All i got the answer. You fire the head coach. All wait a second. They did that already with chili davis earlier on the season and they brought in hugh cuanto balls brand he now is the guy who was on the hot seat in quantum balls..
"cuanto" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
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"cuanto" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
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"cuanto" Discussed on WordPress Semanal
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"cuanto" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Be a dream life. Good Being A. Short is hosted by me. Justin long it is co hosted and produced by you. Christian law and who else Mega Monaco but a senior producer, and that is l.. Me's land audio. Engineer is Joe in Rica's and their two executive producers, one marshal, Louis and or non Lopez for a company called wondering great job at changing things up. We to keep it fresh for the kids. On ballers! I didn't tell you this. Or I can just WANNA. See you picture. Out I worked. There like it's Regarding, Cuanto or Cuanto. I'll give you a hint. He's a rat. He's in a rapper group. They're very popular. He That sounds like a breakfast Taco. Their group sounds a breakfast Taco. NEGUS! He's one of the migos. He's Amigo and I was like. You know he was a day. Somebody told me. He's in Migo and they're like he's in migos. They were very. New Amiga says the practice talk. They called me guests to. Now then they're migos, the migos. There the migos..
"cuanto" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism
"I am a believer and I grew up in a Catholic home and I did have Christian ninety so I feel like I've always been unexposed to the idea of giving a lot of yourself for something that you believe in right so for me. That's why feel like I'm always passionate about what I do because I I know at the end of the day even if I'm struggling like an I don't even know where to like. Get the energy to continue like I know there's a purpose behind this so even it might seem artificial to someone right. Who might not be a believer understand but just for me? The idea that there's something better that's GonNa come in right. There's GONNA be some type both hope that. What really helps me do the work that I do specifically with immigrants or migrants supported and I see it a lot Andy Cuanto. Because that's where I work. There's a lot of people that intended to good. But at the end of the daily try to exploit the migrant or the not so at the other day. Hey we're trying to do good. We produce all of these ideas of gaining something from someone else. The most vulnerable always are at risk. So I feel like a lot of people who are trying to do. Work like communitarian migrant aid help they have ideal fight. We're going to do it through their church but at the end of the day they're exploiting this image of immigrant so for me. It's just the idea that we have to check ourselves all the time and see overworking ethically. Because if you're a believer right he wouldn't to do the same Some so many great thoughts So I just ended up. I am a believer as well grew up deeply entrenched in the church Yes I definitely believe that God has ordained we need to to be on this path of Working with the most marginalized groups to be at the forefront to be empowered to tell their own stories to understand that they're intellectuals in their own right and spreading this idea of equity and love and Co Collaboration Shen and this Community idea of sharing stakes right. So if we all have stakes in in these issues whether or not Uh like like June said your family were peasants right. I don't know I'm pretty sure. Failing probably represents to bliss say they were kings and Queens right. That doesn't mean being that my family is has any more power or is superior to yours or yours. Liz Right The fact that we may have different social locations may have had different means economically socially whatever we still are all human beings and so this idea of thinking about each other on a humanistic level. Um We're all equal in a certain sense as we are have equal claim to this land to this earth as people That idea of shared humanity. I guess what I'm trying to Zeh shared humanity. God was preaching is what Jesus Christ was preaching when he came down Lay down his life for us and for our sins And so yeah. I think this is idea that we all have. We have to see how if one of us is suffering. We're all suffering Indian dan right so whereas I believe that as a humanist right as someone who's in the humanities in the art someone who wants to ensure that we all do do see that we are all interconnected Just like Christ tot that's ideal it'll take many many years to get there but that is my hope Baz believer and as a practitioner historian As a storyteller so hopefully Yeah my practice. And my beliefs will intermarry in a way that Yeah the honors people regardless of faith regardless of beliefs or backgrounds. But that does honour all of us as humans on this planet in this journey of life. Together.
"cuanto" Discussed on KTRH
"Jones industrial average were down in price. The Dow led lower by shares of apple Goldman Sachs as well as Boeing not very many places to hide. In fact, ten out of eleven stock. Sectors were down today utilities, the only stock sector in the green. And of course, markets down after China hit back with some additional tariffs. This time sixty billion dollars worth of US exports to China looks like we'll be they'll be charging about twenty five percent on that sixty billion and exports. Scott. It's just my opinion. But it looks like much. Today's market action was what I call momentum. Surfers those are computer programs that trade an entire index. The Dow and the S and P five hundred traded in lockstep today oil down sixty two cents. Gold was up fourteen dollars, forty cents an ounce, and Scott is we like to say on a day like today for those that want to log onto their account tonight to see how much the damage was. It's okay to look just don't stare. Excellent advice, Katie rich, man, Pat chin well bond has been reduced for the man charged in the disappearance of four year old me Davis down from a million dollars to just forty five grand dairy invents was expected to be in court today. Community activists Cuanto LX was there alongside the family of Molina's birth father, the main thing right now that all of us want to know, Liz, what did he do believe surveillance video shows Vince and Malia walking to the apartment vents is then shown leaving without the girl but holding. A laundry basket and a garbage bag prosecutors announce they've uncovered an immigration scheme here in Houston. The US attorney says there have been dozens of arrests the scheme involved, the creation of sham marriages to obtain legal immigration status. Organizers would charge fifty grand to arrange a fake marriage even providing a wedding photo album to make it look. Legit breitbart. Spot price told Katie rich. It's just one of many loopholes people take advantage of once again, exploit loopholes in the broken immigration system. So congress has got a lot of work to do, you know, certainly the most pressing priorities the border, but it's good to see that. These other issues are being highlighted as well prosecutors say a hundred men charged fifty are in custody Katie rate, soussan three oh four. Actress Felicity Huffman, cried and held her hands in front of her face while pleading guilty for her role in the college admission scandal, a Boston judge accepted the plea and prosecutors are recommending she get four months in prison and a twenty thousand dollar fine. But the judge has the. Final say Huffman admitted to paying fifteen grand to rig her daughters SAT test, she agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit bail front last month. Nearly two out of every three millennials living paycheck to paycheck the information coming in a new survey from Charles Schwab survey found only thirty eight percent of people ages twenty three to thirty eight Phil financially..
"cuanto" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"The leftist. You're is hot or cold homework. It is magnificent. You will enjoy it. You will live it. You will love it. So go get one of those and make your life better right now. Also, make sure that you give us a follow a YouTube or itunes and leave us a review. We always appreciate it. We're the largest fastest growing conservative podcast and radio show in the nation. Meanwhile, here's the update from Venezuela. So the the dictator Venezuela nNcholas Maduro is still in power. The protests continue apace in Venezuela. Venezuela's Cuanto is remaining defiant after a failed attempt to oust Madero Madero has appeared in public with soldiers these soldiers, some of them are Venezuelan soldiers and some of them apparently are from Cuba, according to BBC and show of defiance against his opponents. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro appeared flanked by soldiers at an army base in Caracas on Thursday Madera called on the armed forces to oppose any coup plotter as clashes between opposition supporters and pro government forces continued opposition leader on Widodo tried on Wednesday to spark a military defection enforcement zero from office, quite oh has urged public employees to strike to undermine the government. Madero praised. The army's loyalty on Thursday since he's paying them off. And they're running over civilians in trucks calling on the military to unite in defense of the constitution a constitution that he is over in. Personally. He says, no one dare touch. Our sacred ground or bring war to Venezuela. He what he's trying to do is draw the west into actual military conflict. So that he can then claim imperialism is what is causing this as opposed to an uprising by the Venezuelan people who turns out are not all that fun of eating dog in January white or declared himself Venezuela's interim leader he has the support of more than fifty countries, including the United States, the U K and most of Latin America, the reason that people are unhappy with with Madero because they were unhappy with chevelle increasingly because socialism is a giant fail. Venezuela is one of the most oil rich nations on earth. The average Venezuelan adult has lost twenty four pounds over the course of the visa regime on Wednesday, both pro and anti government supporters hoped administrations in Caracas that were initially peaceful their reports of gunfire in the city. A local NGO said that one Twenty-seven-year-old had been shot dead during a rally in the opposition stronghold develops Mira. At least forty six people were injured in clashes between opposition supporters and the security forces. White oh posted video on Tuesday, showing him with the number of men in military uniform saying that he had the support of the military that obviously has not materialized as of yet. And thus we have what is affecting a stalemate, according to the Washington Post. The United States was presented a plan by white. Oh, as to what exactly was going to happen here. There's a strong suggestion that Nicolas Maduro might peacefully fly to Havana on Monday, the plan started to fall apart because majora had gotten wind of it. And one white responded by rushing ahead with his plan. Anyway, at dawn, he released that video after day of bloody protests, the government was still intact. The Trump administration blamed Russia and Cuba for keeping him in place and in discouraging high level defections..
"cuanto" Discussed on The Moth
"By the wonderful, Julian Clancy and hosted by coma Regan. And that program is actually where we found. Our next storyteller. Clare Nevin here's Claire live from the Dublin story slam. So three years ago. I went to stumble to visit a friend of mine, I was living in Cyprus at the time. So it's very short flight. Just broken off. What is boyfriend, and he was really down the dome Cuanto over we'd go I was actually around take my mind off things, and I went, and we have great first day went around and seeing seeing sites the mosques, the market the grand bazaar up so beautiful and that nice. He said, look, I really just needs to get my mind off this break off. I love to go out. It's maze. Embar one of his stumbles because gay bars, it's taxing square. It's must've it's brilliant at school. So I said, okay. So we went and sort of sure enough he met someone and they were done somewhat each other. And I still kale go and sit down here with their on. Hope you just forget me go off and leave me in the middle of his stumble. I was having a text conversation over Google translate with someone from Lebanon going back before between Arabic and English. And so anyway, the guy who my friends have been done some Kim back, and he said, well, you looking for your friend. He's over here. So he brought me over and we went home and that was fine. And the next day, we're having dinner and his phone rang. And it was it was Mustafa from the night before he said, it was very nice to meet you. Do you want to go was and see you stumble? And I said, okay, you'd think goes, you know, what to take your mind off things. Let's go unfortunate. Yeah. Please go it could be fun. So we got in went anyway to where we're meant to pick be picked up. So we got into car, and there was somebody. We didn't know in the car, and we were driving along. And I remember thank can hope we're going where to say we're going on it could see taxing square, and we were going for a drink intact taxing square, and I was reassured by seeing the science, and suddenly we weren't going towards Taxila square anymore. The taken a right on the started winding up the cycle little alleyway cobblestones Midland where Noah lamps like awesome in Istanbul. I said, okay. Case a bit strange. And then the park the car, and he said, I'll just going to let my friend. I was here. And then we keep going and I remember looking behind me like the alarm bells were ringing, and I could see all just pitch dark. I could see the cigarette books. You know, when it's in the dark, and you can just see the person inhales like, Nope. And I could see a bunch of these lights going off with cigarette butts. I said all folk I've Argyle here until I went to get and then all converge on the car, and they leaped in an extra minute. I could here. Soc. Right. So. By Fordham got in. And I asked my boss or child like what do you translate? Let me know what they were saying on those saying does he deserved to die because he was gay. I'd served to die because I was friend guilty by association, and there was a lot of our grow..
"cuanto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Work Cuanto Pia. Hamas also known as DJ spooky. And in addition to doing Cuanto Pierre he's written based on Antarctic weather patterns. He's remixed DWI Griffith's film birth of a nation, and he currently scores Jeremy scales intercepted political podcast talk a little bit about that. In terms of working on on intercepted. How do you approach scoring political podcast podcast are the new everything? They it's incredible how they've absorbed almost all aspects of media. They kind of like between radio YouTube channels, and like this idea of sort of media on demand, anywhere anytime. So I wanted to figure out music that would work for giving Jeremy's, I think a pretty brilliant thinker about the way, politics and surveillance and other kinds of issues because his coverage of the Iraq war. I thought was really important his book dirty wars, which was also a documentary that was really incredible. So I've scored films. I've also worked with we had people like Martin Scorsese back. A film project did recently on the history of African American cinema. And for me, a movie is kind of like a open palette like you can always come up with these different textures to paint in sound how you would highlight a scene, but so are podcast, and I put as much detail attention to detail and to podcasts as to a film score. And Jeremy's always got some pretty intense, topics. On the intercept. You know, these days, it's it's a seems like it's a never ending parade of wild things happening. So. Not have foreseen are predicted. Yeah. So how do you make music for the age of ever ever present shock? Yeah. Well, we've got some calls coming in. And I wanna start with Danny in San Francisco. Hi, danny. Hey, how's it going? Great. I I was I just bought an MP from tied the other day, and you can download these expansion packs, and I believe DJ spooky had made one. And that I downloaded it maybe getting the name wrong. But in it was him. I'd already made a song with it. I just think it's really interesting that someone New York can create you know, these samples that you can put on the internet. And then I'm over here in San Francisco and having just bought the machine like, but the samples into the computer use the computer with the like analog machines that have and then create a song with it would you did great. And so I just wanted to comment about that Danny thanks that's part of the appeal for you, isn't it popular? And for those who are out there who don't know the empty is a legendary old school hip hop device. Amusing. After I note of the internet was called the IMP. So it stands for internet message processor, and that was by Dr Leonard Kline rock at UCLA. And again, he's there's a very famous film that Verna Herzog did called lo and behold about the history of the internet where he goes to the room where the first internet hub was so they empty is kind of like that for hypothesis. I. You tap on a kind of a series of small pads and make a beat. But yeah, I mean, I make elements that I actually will put online as open source material that people can sample. I'm a firm believer and free music, free culture. But you know, there's there's different ways to approach that. And I'm very respectful of people like Lawrence Lessig up at Harvard who's been doing a series of things about share shareware culture. So when the gentleman who just called I was talking about. I was like probably maybe point one percent of the audience will. Oh. But that was cool to hear that. And. Yeah, the material that is generated for the concert is all done with software. That's more current. So I use. We did data analytics and how much data's going through the internet. We looked at the beginning. And literally was the internet was just two hubs between certain section of California in nineteen sixty nine. And it could barely carry any messages at all. And it kept crashing. So they had to figure out how to compress information to fit in these cables, and you've got to imagine like mathematicians engineers, scientists all of them had to work on that. So twenty nine hundred also the thirtieth anniversary of the web, which is different than the internet. So maybe that could be riffle in for tell me how it's different and why we don't usually make that distinction. Okay. Magin if you have a house, and you have the structure of the house the bones. The beams the. Bits and pieces that make up the structure, that's the internet. The web is all the stuff that would go over the the kind of architecture of it. So, sir. Tim burners Lee was at Cernan, Switzerland, which is a quantum physics research area. And he needed to be able to come up with a way to compress a large amount of information to share between scientists when they're working on their experiments, and so he he made up what you call hypertext markup language HTML. Yes. Which of course, he's made websites but back then it was meant to be sharing and being able to exchange academic papers quickly amusingly enough. If if you say that the internet's fifty years old people are shocked like what the internet hasn't been at that. Then if you save the web is thirty then that even takes some even into a different space as well. So fifty years ago hundred sixty nine was you had some summer of love, you know, which is a wild scene here. California's far as I've heard we also have people landing on the moon. We had Woodstock we had. Had all sorts of wild stuff happening. Meanwhile, these scientists and major figures here in California. Working garages and working into small quirky spaces and academic. Forums to come up with this. This incredible innovation the internet, and that's what I'm celebrated. Well, as I listen to you. I you are filled with so much information in history about the internet, and I feel compelled to ask how you came up with the name DJ spooky. Sorry. What you're sharing in terms of your knowledge of the internet. Okay. Well, I went to bowdoin college in Maine, both my parents were sort of professors. My father was dean of Howard university's law school. In the late sixties, and my mother, Rosemary Reed Miller was a historian of design, and she's written books about the history of women's fashion. One was called threads of time five hundred years of women designers. So both parents were big inspirations for my thinking about political, activism and music. I did one degree in philosophy and the other degree in French literature. All totally useless. But but I d- Jiang was a side hobby that kinda took over. So, you know, it's still fun to add information music, and to me music isn't music. It's information. So spooky was an apt. Name spooky was kind of like when you press play. And there's nobody there, but all this information floating around. So I just it was a sense of humor. And I never in my wildest imagination and thought I would. Jiang this. I've been detained globally for the last twenty years. I can't believe time is flying into the nineties until now. Nine hundred ninety seven. Was my first album came out, and I've just been gone ever since. Oh, well, let's hear from more listeners Sandra in San Francisco. Hi, sandra. Oh, hello. I just wondered how you chose what to sample off of the internet archive in this competition, and I'll take my Ossoff. Yeah. Thanks and just reminded quickly with the internet archive Brewster Kahle who is also another San Francisco kind of amazing figure here. He started the internet archive is a way of preserving the internet over the years, and they came up with a material called the way back machine, which documents the entire as we know it, and it's got I think millions of billions of pages, and they have a whole bunch of supercomputer centers where they've got pretty much every page ever made. And they are one of the backers of the projects that we've been using their material and going through it kind of lyrically so to speak and also will you work with Hewlett foundation, which is associated with Hewlett Packard. So. And you ever Buena center is sponsoring the concert. So but internet archive has so much information that we were like it's not about one specific. Web page RJ pag or MP three or any file that you could imagine. But the guest off the overall sheer volume of data, and we're gonna have a conversation about that at Katherine Clark gallery on Saturday after the concert about playing with the world of big numbers making music out of huge amounts of data. So internet archive loved their stuff, and they're very committed to open source and freeware as well. Yes. So Morgan asks will DJ spooky sonic, celebrating be recorded. So people who don't live in San Francisco inexperienced. Yeah. It's going to be an album, and we're probably going to circle back to a couple of other versions of it. Because it's of course, is the internet. Why not have remixes mixes and mashups in? So the first version is gonna be you ever win a center and there's going to be other versions that are going to go to museums galleries, and so on celebrating a kind of a year long celebration of fifty years of the internet. So yes, there will be an album, and it's really a celebration. Meaning that you you see it as an incredibly positive thing. That's yeah. I mean the internet. I mean, if you really think about it our society, accelerated once people were able to compare exchange and really have a more robust conversation. And that's what democracy is about the way in the internet is a perfect and eerily uncanny reflection of the of the sort of chaotic entropy that our society kind of has its underbelly because there's the dark side to which is that people will abuse anything, and you could you could have the cleanest most interesting thing and somebody will find a way to mess it up and do some crazy stuff with it. It feels like you're reminding us of the best can be in human hands. Henry Rian Santa Clara, join us. Thank you. You are brilliant. I've been listening to your stuff for years, brilliant, brilliant. Thank you. And I just wanted to throw it a random tidbit that number logic space, 0 and information are somewhat the categories that you can discover in math as explained by really record information is the one that has a little different quality next. And Celeste wants to know, what do you think of electronic music composed by a robot? That's that's kind of the next couple of steps here. I mean artificial intelligence, I think is going to be a tool not to be feared, but to be useful as a kind of a way of enhancing creativity. And I just want to say thanks to everybody's been calling in. It's really heartwarming to be here. These are somewhat dark cynical times. And I would say music is the anti wall. It's the open space, and is that what you hope people get out of the show today year, and that we all kind of can compare and contrast information, but yeah, the gentleman who just called about math. That's a universal language to and math has no walls. DJ spooky Paul Miller. Thanks for joining us this morning. Show Cuanto Pia premieres at your Buena.
"cuanto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"William votes were inspired the first bestselling environmental book. Silence spring by Rachel Carson. Here's Carson can anyone believe it is possible to lay down such a barrage of poisons on the surface of the earth without making it unfit for all life and books like the population bomb, Al Gore's first book earth in the balance limits to growth, all these great environmental classics, all stem directly from his work. And so that's why I picked him. William vote was born in one thousand nine hundred two on Long Island New York back when it was largely bucolic, and then it was just engulfed by suburbanization. So he tried to find each other. He ends up in a Brooklyn slum his plucked from that and goes to one of the schools, they have in New York where the deserving poor given special education becomes the first college graduate in his family with a degree in French literature and a degree in French literature was probably as useful. In career building. Then as it is now, and he turned to ornithology he was a passionate bird watcher. That's I should mention that he had polio as well. And he went all over the place, despite finding great difficulty walking and having canes and braces and having to be hauled around and so forth gutsy guy and through a whole series of unlikely circumstances, he ends up becoming a kind of official ornithologist of the Peruvian government, these Cuanto islands, which are these islands off the coast of Peru, and these islands have had seabirds roosting on them for Melania pa- millennia and the seabirds do what they do which is to eat fish nearby in excrete, huge quantities of bird poop. I'm allowed to say. That on your are. Absolutely. You guys are just hang looser. Very pro poop. Yup. Yup. Yup. And this in the eighteen fifties became the origin of today's hugely important fertilizer industry. These vast heaps of bird poop that were on these islands off the coast of Peru, and they became very very important to the Peruvian government to maintain the supply of poopie needed to maintain the supply of birds in the nineteen thirties. The spy birds started declining, and they brought him in as he said to augment the increment of excrement, and he spent three years there. And he actually did a kind of a remarkable piece of of ecological science a foundational piece, which is he realized that there is an oscillation of the current theory. It's called in so today ill, Nino, LA, Nina, and he argued the when the warm water came in when the El Nino face came in the anchovies excuse me, which were the fish birds eight on these islands swam far out into the Pacific to avoid the warm water. Like, cold water and the birds couldn't reach them, and this recurring phenomena put a cap on the number of birds that you could have on these islands, and you could not augment the increments of excrement that nature set these bounds. And if he did increase the bird supply just mean, the things were temporarily things would be worse when the next anaemia Kamien. And this is his powerful insight for him. This is the way nature worked any he put it together. And then he made two big steps in which I think her enormously important one is that he said this kind of phenomenon which is called a carrying capacity means only so much can be produced because of these natural limits could be stretched like taffy to cover the entire world. The world can be thought of as a single environment with a single carrying capacity and the second is that we're exceeding it or we're about to exceed it in that's going to bring us into trouble. William. Vote predicted specifically personally he predicted famine which as you right hasn't come true. So in the nineteen forties. The global famine death rate was about seven hundred eighty five people per one hundred thousands of call eight hundred per one hundred thousand it's now three per hundred thousand so let me ask you this as a prophet. Do you need to be right? Or is it enough to sound the alarm because obviously on on that dimension, at least of prediction of famine and population wipe out he would vote was wildly wrong. Now, I think there are two response to the first is, okay, you're right. It didn't happen. But it will happen. Eventually. We just got the timing wrong. And the second response which to my way of thinking. At least is is more nuanced is you're right. We didn't get that. Right. But a lot of the other things they predicted. We did get right. And that is true. Nitrogen pushes a huge issue. I mean about forty percent of the fertilizer that's been used didn't get absorbed by plants and got either went up in the year where it interferes with the ozone layer, not a good idea or becomes nitrous oxides closer to the ground in the air, which is 'cause all kinds of health problems or even worse. It goes into the streams which goes into the rivers, which goes into the ocean causes these enormous blooms of algae and other aquatic plants these die. They fall down to the bottom microorganisms. Consume them. It's sort of an orgy of breakfast and they metabolize so quickly. They suck all the oxygen out of the year. And you get these huge dead zones in coastal areas around the world, and you can go on and on all that stuff. You know, if you pointed.
"cuanto" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?
"So he's he's playing like demon dark souls clone with a fast near who gets super into it the beginning of an obsession. Yes. Yeah. He he is getting into deep which is kind of weird because he's like a humans kill demons, and then he's a human killing demons, so fun parallel. And yeah, they start drinking a capsule quadruple apparently was cursed with alcohol 'cause early on it's established that dragons can sometimes give into their impulses and that will lead to their downfall. And that is a reference to cancel Cuanto who drank curse beer and was killed or hurt something. Yeah. Exactly. Not Tarim says she used to be a goddess when she wasn't just like some dragon like she was fucking way up there Shufro powerful. But yeah, this thing knocked down somehow. So they all get drunk, and yet she rants about made some more as you do when you're drunk. Yeah. And butler's. Yeah. And that sorta where we end up. Yeah. It was very sudden the ending. I was just like, wow, lots happening. And then it was over. Oh, all right. The gang's all here, and that's that's what they needed to establish a fun party. This is the bulk of cast they're still like maybe one or two other characters, but this is most of them. So we got introduced pretty early. Yeah. Yeah. So how'd you? Are we there yet? I don't know if we're there if we're. How long is it? This is about like twelve seasons or oh. Oh, no. It's a valley, twelve episodes. I believe there's a second season coming out because there is still a mango ongoing. So, but I don't know it's not out yet. Like, we says still newish show. So only once he's now that I'm not the one we care about. But having not seen it. And also having it be so short I'd probably finish it like if I'm just sitting there and being like, what should what should I do? Maybe I'll watch an episode. I will say kinda thing as a little teaser. There is a dodgeball pursued that they bring on all the other traits. Foreign just fucking kill all out. Yeah. Like, I was definitely enjoying. It's it's a fun lighthearted thing of. Yeah. A fish out of water dragons in the human world. I I think it I was getting a little tired of it after three episodes of like, oh, yeah. You don't understand human culture? We got it. We've seen the show a million times. So yeah, it was definitely fun. It was definitely cute. And they were definitely building up to have like deeper connections because we're starting to see that Toru like had some like traumatic stuff happened in the dragon world and doesn't want that to continue and actually taking care of each other and all that fun style. But yeah. Based on the first two episodes, the pattern of like one dragon shows up doesn't know have human culture works has to get top second. Another dragon shows up doesn't know how the human guessing to taught. And now, we have two more drunken show up who don't know how works and I assume an episode four they need to get taught. Like, I I get the formula. I have seen it before. So I don't think enough was brought to it for it to be like innovative in interesting enough to really grab my attention for the whole series. But I definitely enjoyed the these episodes. So I will say I may not continue. But I did like what we watch. So far another new one I won't keep watching. But I did like it. I enjoyed it for what I saw. This are charters getting wildly out of proportion. Kaput hundred. No. But it was it was a good time. It wasn't a hard. No. Yes. It was. It was reluctant now. I will say we do get another dragon character later we see her in the opening sequence. She's with the singular horn coming over for head kind of a fish tale. So yeah, that goes through the whole of new dragged gotta teach them how the world so. Yeah. It's you saw the basic formula not much. No more giants get introduced after that. But that's the whole cast. But it is, you know, basically fish out of water for the most part of like how how our world works versus how this world works. We find out that the nutrients alight? Good dragon..
"cuanto" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Funds, and so it's always been about managing those uncertainties and the stat arb- shop Cuanto gave me some more insight into how portfolios could be managed in a very risk risk controlled way. Right. That's what you wanna you wanna take risk. You don't want to avoid risk Howard marks the risk of ordinance strategies or return of waiting strategy, but you want to manage those risks. So that's been key for me in my learning about hedge funds, and then how I manage hedge fund portfolios after she you have a setup where you've got to leading finance profs and the. Early years of quantitative hedge fund investing, but we don't really know about quantum today. Yeah. So what happened Cuanto is about the same as they were call it about a five hundred million dollar hedge fund, not small not large, but to grow you need to change. And so we were already turning that portfolio over about seven times a year. It happened to be a higher frequency trading back then was high frequency today. It's not very high frequency, but we noticed that as we grew. We had more slippage in the portfolio, we're impacting markets. And so I'll fo was decreasing and so the happy medium was they had kind of maxed out their size. I think there are a lot of funds like that. And you can make that trade off as a fund sometimes can I grow and still give the returns that I've had in the past or to the next step after there. So the next step was Morgan Stanley. I was fortunate again in the spirit of luck to find someone who actually understood my background Jack coats who was the CIO at Morgan Stanley's alternative investment partners group in west contract. Jack was the CIO at or and had come over with that lift out Morgan Stanley. And he had an aerospace engineering background believe it or not. And so I came to join him and help him build that business. It was the early stages of the o- CIO expansion. And so we were looking to help institutional clients do what Jack had done at warehouse her which was incredible. Jack started at the warehouse or pension fund in one thousand nine hundred five the same year that Dave swinson started at yell to totally totally different strategies though warehouse or was a synthetic sixty forty. Portfolio using derivatives right in a pension plan mind you in one thousand nine hundred five so synthetic.
"cuanto" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"This was in the early two thousands. We had a long short equity. Hedge fund the memory for me is being in the boardroom at net flicks before net. Flicks was Netflix. It was really so early. They had a red envelope company and having that experience and seeing that company being built from the inside and being able to interact with management was I opening for me. What was it like in those years sitting inside a hedge fund, very very different? It didn't feel institutionalized. At that point felt like wasn't even a hedge fund. It was just an investment firm. And we were doing what we did as strategy consultants which was to look industries and look at companies and pick winners and pick losers is pretty clear to us that at some point net. Flicks was going to if not kill blockbuster seriously hurt blockbuster. So all right, there, you see a nice pair trade. And you know, it wasn't clear at that point was Amazon had not even entered the business yet, we're threatening to enter if I don't know if you remember they actually had a DVD delivery system before they were streaming, and it was Reed Hastings who had the vision to stream content which you could see things converging, and it's reality today. But back in two thousand and three, you know, it was pretty tough to see where broadband had to go, and obviously mobile devices have changed all that as well. It was not as institutionalized where we were just picking winners and losers, and how long did you say? So that was a year and the story there is we? We had a market neutral fund that had equity like volatility, and so no one was really ready for the downs that came along with some of the ups, so we shut that down. And I went to work at another hedge fund called Cuanto a quantitative market neutral fund, which one of the other partners had strategy capital was also the chairman of that. And brought me over to be a PM and help them grow that business, very very different strategy, and then strategy capital was fundamental equity and Cuanto was stat arb-. I really got my risk degree there. Cuanto was first and foremost risk management firms. So it was sort of a better Barra was headed by the former head of finance at Stanford, Paul flutter and Terri Marsh who was former head of finance at Berkeley, great DNA. They're great finance knowledge there. And so that was the risk model. And then the hedge fund was built around that which was really interesting that was for me that fit right? This idea of uncertainty management, which I had through my studies of turbulence in my PHD program and then business uncertainty in management through management consulting experience and now hedge.
"cuanto" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Coco co-production. That's right. All the best minds. And you know, what happens when so many cooks get involved nothing. But goodness, it really is going to be the best thing you've ever heard. And this is pure unadulterated cone in this. Is you doing just what you wanna do me doing what I gots to do? You're not in control of this total control. I am I won't have that. I won't have that from you. You were compelled to do it. I will not seen force it. I will not be badgered by some hotel EBay who. I barely know. We've been here. Just a few hours together a little bit. But anyway, it's it's available. I'm told it you swipe up on the device. You can download it immediately. It's wherever you get podcasts. Currently. Yes, I don't know where that is. That's a lot of people get them on the tunes. A lot of people give them on their podcast app. Spotify Stitcher something called for avenue. There's another thing called sham. Damn they're just making just. Syllabus gourmet whole gourmet hall is one. Later, if you get the freighter apps Reiter yet. Diagonal fray that's three as and four. Lots s- quantum on squad. Shalam? You can get it on. Yeah. Very good. November January think black and decker tools best tool or they they really are going out of business because that's where used to get them. Lifetime Garin trust me. They will survive Sears black and decker tools, and I'm not saying that because I'm being paid by black index. No, of course, not no I'm saying it because I would like to be played by black. We're they be paying people. Yeah. You're right. You're good car. Lamborghinis. A good cook. Other high end luxury items. Do you want to be a fine cost for sure I think sort of really good fine lambskin gloves to protect Irish skin. Yeah. I like name brand Ota. We're not. We're seeing other. So mommy on her deathbed said you can't. Jodi, do you guys want to plug something here on Cuanto house, or whatever? Mania and we wanna plug three them three. What? Great podcast tree. Friends talk to each other about everything. I know this is my side podcast. I'm on your plan. Show you're on it. Yeah. The least popular member here. The extra. Learn lap kiss and the unpopular guy. The other two can have fun together. Sad to me that when you said I wanna plug freedom. I thought you meant the freedom and dignity of all human beings. Three. Getting in the way. The number. Oh, you're hard to understand. I'm sorry. Sorry. But with dumb, I should also mention that the hosts of three are in this week's mister miracle issue twelve drawn into the background of that. So. Prudence? What would you like I'd like to plug Mormonism yourself? Sorry. I can't do that. Okay. Then if you're not gonna do that check out my dead wife, the robot car on Stitcher premium. Oh, and I have a couple of plugs. I wanna plug peacocks blast is coming up to Semper fifteenth at the theater at the ace hotel..
"cuanto" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"Pm dot com. Yeah, Cuanto pian is a Boston based company believe and really cool concept. Yeah. So they basically give you these tools to create automated trading Botts and you can back test them. You can run them real time via interactive brokers. And what they do is sort of like an outsource hedge fund where they look at really, really good strategies that people make and the allocate some capital capital to those strategies. And if you made that strategy, you get a percentage of that capital of any profits. So Cuanto Pena is like a nice place where we have no relation them at all. But I think it's a really cool website. Where you can basically create strategies back, test them trade them real time, which as I'm sure you would attest to Luke is a lot different than the back test own. There's so many strategies I made on their religious dominated in the back test, and then you start it and your leg doesn't quite work out. Yeah, but that's cool resource. Yeah, it's very easy to data fit. I mean, I, it's, it's a seam thing with with any strategy. It's like you look at at twenty seventeen you say, okay, when when alter this cheap based on bitcoin dominance, I should have all end alz what happens? Six months from then and alter at that thing and you all in alternate doesn't work. It's like live testing is is very different variables, change markets, markets change. You can't look at one data sentence. That's what worked in that has to work now going forward. So it's it's a, it's a nice metric. It's helpful, but back tests aren't gonna give you the full story. Yeah, I think butts are more alluring. During a bear Mark too, because it's harder to trade a bear market, and you're taking the emotions out of the equation with the bought, which is really what you have to do during a bear market and chop. It's like during a bull market, you know, you can. We've experienced that you throw a dart at aboard vaults and doesn't really matter which when it lands on you're gonna get a twenty times at twenty five times thirty times a matter. I mean, you're gonna make a lot of money, but going on the way down. That's that's actually hard, you know. And so I think that's where like a bought or an automated strategy really shines. Luke, what's your take on the last killer? And I kind of talked about the whole bit Phoenix tether relationship. How that that all went down, what's your, what's your take on that topic, though? Man, I'm hesitant to even said, I've, I've seen, I don't know the full story on this, so I don't speak out of context. I've seen a few Email inboxes get absolutely destroyed for forgotten bad talking to other on whether on whether it's on the news. I'm sure he knows how they're publicly. I, I'm using my real face my real name so show Mertz if I say anything, you don't like whoever is never. But I really don't buy into into too much the tether conspiracies either way. I think there's an interesting point that who brought this up, Travis cling so I'm brought up that now there's a lot of a lot of money that will benefit from tether, looking like it's systematically more risky than it is or from tether, failing and money going into other stable coins. So like I don't know, my whole thing has always been like if you were going to create an asset or creative, whatever you wanna call it, that is like built scam people and Bill to pump bitcoin and built to do all these things that you don't want people to see you doing. I'm not sure I would do that with with the blockchain. All right. Like, I'm not sure I would do that and let everyone see what I'm doing like everyone can see when tethers are printed or throw transferred, seems like the murked inefficient and honestly. Stupid way to to try to skim people Live, live. like if you're going to do that, do it with with dollars, do it with actual money, laundry. It's harder to do that on the blockchain. But you know, who knows? Maybe maybe they are insolvent..
"cuanto" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"You said you came from a sounds like a more traditional hedge fund where you were working on machine learning when maybe at the time not many other people were. You mentioned Cuanto paean some, you know two sigma. You've mentioned some of the names in the in the quote world. I'd just be curious to get your take on where you think that world is in relation to some of the topics that we've discussed. So how many of the big players are actively using machine learning. Techniques versus the kind of old traditional way of thinking about quantum? Yeah, I think there's definitely machine learning is not as well used as people might think by the big funds they might have teams that are sort of doing machine learning, but probably none of this stuff's actually in production. And I think places like renaissance don't use machine learning from what I know from some of the people who work there. That's just not what they do. So. And one of the reasons for that is that they just kind of have an edge if they have a really good data edge and suppose they've been just collecting stock manga data long before anyone else and actually storing in databases long before everyone else, data edges, so big that they need lovling edge to be very big. Sort of counterintuitive, like the brand of Renaissance's. It's not like we have the best data. That's not what I saying. They just like where this modest people, but maybe they just have the best data. That's why I asked the question earlier ballot. If you had a pie chart of the ports of the data you have versus the, I guess it's the informational versus analytical or modeling edge that everyone always talks about which is more important. It's, you know, it's interesting that maybe places with all these PHD's maybe it's a data advantage, not not a modeling, one really interesting. What else is exciting to you in in the the hedge fund world? It's interesting to hear all of these very crypto like philosophies applied to a very old school unchanging model. So are you encouraged by that overlap? Are there? Are you frustrated by it in any interesting ways? You know, Masumi your your setup with prime brokers just like everybody else and you're in the same. You have the same legal teams has every other headliner hedge fund. I'm just curious your take on the intersection of those two worlds and surprising react. You might have had to them. I think one of the interesting things about the crypto. When you're designing something in crypto, you're really thinking about what's the best thing you're not thinking about making money. And this couldn't be more true of say, someone like metallic who when you're thinking about designing proof of stake or something like that. Like the lost thing on your mind is is like money. It's just like, how could you get the system to work and then all these different actors to behave in a certain helpful way. And I don't think anybody has thought about the hedge fund industry with that lens. So I'm trying to be the batali of hedge funds and basically look at the stock market and say, well, if you're an alien coming to earth and you're like, well, clearly capital allocation is super important problem capital. You need all the money to go to the right places. Otherwise society won't move forward and technologies won't be created. And so this is like a really important thing and the way that the humans have set this up as well. Let's have a huge. We'd zero-sum esque game where this just like all these smart people from the top universities, joining hedge funds that are identical to other hedge funds in every single way, except that the friends that one there at this one and they all buying the same data. None of them. Sharing any knowledge about what's going on. The seems like shelling point doesn't seem like a super Nash equilibrium this. Probably some technologies we can use to make all this much, much better q., describe a selling point, just not to take it for granted. Something that is a is an quill Librium under the public definition in front of me, but simulate isn't equillibrium, but but is is kind of like a local local optimum or something like it could be way better..