22 Burst results for "Dan Lewis"

"dan lewis" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Let's see our last figure of the paper ready to go there but even as these firms is big manufacturing firms were shutting down manufacturing establishments. They were opening non-manufacturing establishments. In fact they their nonmanufacturing employment grew more than their decline in manufacturing employment and so what does tell us their stories about this their stories about furniture manufacturers who shifted from making the furniture in the united states where. It's pretty high. Costs are labor's pretty expensive. Compared to places like china to making it in china but then focusing on the design and the distribution and the retailing of those goods so we start to have a shift right of what. Us firms are doing towards more knowledge intensive activities. Think about apple. It really interesting question is. Would we have iphones today if china had not joined the wto. And if we had to make the iphone in the united states it would have been thousands and thousands of dollars. It's hurt to think that consumers would have bought it as widely as they did. And so you know that. American idea that american design was able to be brought to the market in part. Thanks to the cheap labor in china. And so when you think about that yes. There are some people who lost jobs in certain sectors but it allowed the same. Us firms to expand in other sectors and to the extent that they're expanding in our d. and innovation and knowledge creation. That's actually what we think is one of the most important ingredients for growth late yesterday the distribution effects as you say Ebeid so so the follow from a policy perspective is have been losers in this process as the flums shift delusive a different arrangement. The skills that they need in the employees are different and we agreed to something similar now so we have robotics artificial intelligence going on and he is sort of a similar situation. Read even the service sector employees. That fulham's cap today may not be needed in the future They may be many replace. What a few. I dunno a experts day. Dan lewis and so on since country about this from a policy perspective optimize. This i mean..

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Ball & Buds

Ball & Buds

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Ball & Buds

"You boys back. Oh your boys back issue. Main man cluber d always in the place to be. And if you don't believe me you can ask your mommy anyways. Man we we in houston. Wait a minute. It's quite hold on stop happen. It's still quite cereal. Gone just beat the snot in outclass their louis the black bass you know. You're gotta demand is light on his feet. he's in and out. he's he picking pop you know. He's he's taking with shots to use. This man came out the houston's own slim thug with still tipping off owes rafting volvos. Okay you ties fo- fo- you add that another fo- fo- and then at ten that's eight. That's how many strikes landed on derek. Lewis yeah listen. Cool mother fucking only what eight eight strikes at their lose land on him ninety eight to eight. Think about that. It's quiet in here. Everybody's quite i looked over at Slim thug can you say to me the bow. How allows i looked over trade through gangs known to me. I looked at michael watts. He make me hot. he didn't say nothing. Oh yeah zero. Gone dan lewis. He is the interim you'll see him. Now he does have a date with his old teammate sparring partner francis and gone to the youth each when he decides he wants to fight in that Film fast nine. The when they fight is going to be interesting because francis and god who same style like derek lewis but not as depending on his power. He's more light on his feet. Dan lewis. I mean i like. Everybody loves him. He has power knock you out. It could be rocco by you. Go to sleep. But they're lewis. He might be the modern day tank. Abbott and that's with no disrespect. You know he when he fought in korea daniel. He knew what he had to do. Okay i'm like stand with this. I'm russell he can't russell. you know. Restroom down there's some routes you know That i think you choked him out. I believe you know. So lewis. His bread and butter is our right hand. If you can neutralize him clearly doesn't check leg kicks here having his way with his leg. It's like he has an adapted to embrace the whole. Ma mixed martial arts. You know what i'm saying. You can't just be a a knockout ours without knowing how to take down or know how to check a kick off saying he'd do a couple of wild kicks guy. But i mean. This was giving a fakes. Giving her mom switch stances. he didn't know what to do. You know. I've never seen somebody. Six four or two hundred forty pounds just lied on his feet like that. He's hop in and out to your leg out. Popout say kicking could stomach pop out which he's very fast for his eyes so that lewis had had no answers for them. You know what i'm saying. I mean where's their lose. Go to go from here. Back to draw boy. The thing about him is that he'll by somebody and knock them out and get right back in title contention so he's not completely he's not done. He's not gonna just false face to earth but until he learns to adapt his game. He's not going to get to that next. Level as champion status. it'll be a crowd favourite. You know what i'm saying. One hit acquitted rocco by you know somebody's With nate robson conor mcgregor and everyone else section off forgotten. he's on their. You know slumber party. You'll be all that sexual sleeping.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"We're getting together and brainstorming. What do people want to hear in this. That in itself is not a place that i was onto a problem with it and now i just don't understand because to me like now that's the most. I don't know why that's not the most important part to you. But that's how it works. I mean that's how bring up instilling. I don't i'm not particularly shawna's like i listen to any music because i just want feel something from somebody always like the best writers drew's never moved me as much vibe to never moved me as much outfits movies much just is there a good song in there. Yeah i've had this recently pop radio whatever you can find listen to it. Everything sounds really good on the song recording really good. I love it out vocal everything. Everything's working but there's just not feeling anything in song is just incredibly okay. What was the process for you on this last album butch walker co-produced with you or produced the record or reproduce. Yeah how was that experience. And what was your like. Did you pull any songs or pieces of songs that were from a while back or was it sort of like okay. I'm gonna go in and make a new album in such a matter of time. And i'm just gonna right i'm gonna write onto. I'm going to write a new album or was it. Drawing from older ideas it had been kind of tucked away. I tend to most writing when there's a record or others. You know purpose. Her deadline that they're going to get recorded them where to hear them. I don't really have a home studio. I mean i can make the most primitive demos you can imagine. But that's all i need. Those are basically just voice memos because on imagine going to the studio so you keep track of everything however you can do that on paper or you know small. Dan lewis how you can do that. But probably like yourself i..

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Team Never Quit

Team Never Quit

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Team Never Quit

"I've always kind of connected with music. But that was the first time that i felt overwhelmed by it and i understood the power of not just music but truly community. That was what i was chasing when i went to school for music education. It wasn't to become a performer. I wanted to become a music educator. I wanted to give people the ability to have that feeling. They were part of something. They were part of a team. They were part of making something beautiful and allowing them to be a part of the conversation and so my aspirations to become a music teacher was everything and then i went to school for vocal music education. During my senior year. I started having a lot of surgeries in during my freshman year of college. I continued having a lot of surgeries. Because i was born with. Eds it's a connective tissue disorder. Ehlers dan lewis syndrome. And so i have very poor ligaments and nerves and really any of that stuff just break and fall apart and i fell apart and my body had adverse reactions to the medications for surgery. Isn't my body fahd itself and lost. I guess and for the life of me. I can't seem to explain how joyful i am now versus. How broken was before you know. I think that we find ourselves fascinated by this idea. That s- i've lost everything and how sad it must be that. I sing the way that i sing but can't enjoy the music that i make but in reality i'm living my life in. This is a moment that happened in this part of my story. Part of who. I am and i have found more. Love more compassion more of an identity and more acceptance of myself having gone through this hardship than i ever would have if i had not so. I'm thrilled to be able to work hard and wake up in the morning. I'm thrilled to be who i am. This.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Can't even remember. Where will we go and we were going to like thirty place and the the days all blend kansas city. We were going to kansas city. So i was like okay. Well we're we're traveling girlfriend. And i air traveling with the little cat and so we were like you know. Put them in his bag and he can just like you know. We'll just go. What does go and so we get in there. And i just didn't give it a second thought because he's in a bag like i don't know he's not gonna hide louis arch. We did by we. I mean me. Because i did not think it through and we get there and were like of course like it's a national monument like i was just like it was one of those moments where like i'm generally a pretty smart person was goddamn idiot like i just like. What were you thinking. It's a national monument. it's federal their security is security. But like when. I stopped by lincoln's birthplace. It was also like a national park. Federal property like no security. There was nothing and that. That's a log cabin. This is a structure. I'd say i'd say St louis arch is more of a national monument. In the sense of like the mon- yuen's we've covered before as opposed to lead in places like all right. Yeah here's here's the outline of a cabin in the woods. Yes lincoln was born somewhere around here. Oh my god so exactly so anyways. So we're like we wait or and we see this woman. She's carrying like a tiny little yappy dog and the dog to its credit is not yapping. But it's one of those tiny happy dog. Yeah and she's like kissing in holding it like is not in a bag and we wait. Wait for security to tell her whether or not she's allowed to like take this dog up and they let her through whatever. And so we go up or trying to get through ourselves. And the guys are. There's like these three security guys emulate. You would have thought that we brought like weapons of yeah uniform. You're carrying weapons because my girlfriend took the cat out of the bag to go through security and so then the cat was like with a bucket do here and we tried to carry them through their like no man no matter you know you can't come through he. There's no cats up here anyway. So i ruined her trip to the movie with by just assuming that a cat could go up into a federal monument. The fuck was insane. I'm zane stupid. And then and then your cap booked plane ticket to new york. Oh yeah made. Its way onto yankee field. And he would here. I'm outta here. I didn't want to go to the arch anywhere. I'm going to a baseball game yet. Silly love it. Cats are the theme today cats the today and but also just like selfishly. Like i wanna talk about the gateway art because it was super cool. Have you ever been short. no. I'm dan lewis hours so cool and honestly like a super cool steady highly. Recommend if you're gonna do like a dare to trip. But i was like i wanna talk about the arch because it was even just like seeing outside of it was super cool. Yeah yeah so. This is my selfish episode to talk about al. My turn you deserve it. You're you're in a bunker right now. Agreeing episodes happen. My disembodied vase is just. I love it. I love lizzie has to look at. Should i do this. sharon sources. Absolutely tell.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on The Property Voice

"Genuinely curious you satisfactory feeling at the end of the project says Rich come on. Why do we do this as a very good question. And sometimes i do out. Dave find myself looking at what i'm doing and think one someone Get sign being an ex engineer. Myself You know how career has been about problem solving. And i think being improperly edu quickly learn that you have to become a problem solver. Because they're all kinds of things. That are weiss friday. And you just have to deal with them. One time fix a problem. Move onto the next thing fix a problem. Move on you. You know as matt damon set in the film martian. If you solve enough problems you complete what you've been tasked to achieve you want to try and achieve so Y- there is a great deal of satisfaction. I think that once you've completed some something and ultimately you're looking to create a home for someone with leave iranian air or whether you actually choose to sell it That's absolutely why we're doing this. And take of pride in the properties that i have maintained into a good standard and and and having very happy tendency of been with me for many many years on the ones that iran town and I get great did associates faction from that stuff. Come on what do you do it. It's dan lewis day. We're always going to face. Challenges doesn't take pro Anywhere to be honest..

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"And i don't like them but do you. Yeah i think that's a that's that's a that's an interesting. I'd love to know the facts behind that whether he was involved whether he wasn't involved whether he was in a meeting when he whether he went to beaverton there wherever they had the designed meaning or new york and whether he actually saw the prototypes there's the litigation surrounding that it's probably gonna be out yet not yet it just just dropped and then there is the other story. You're speaking of the trademark in the indians it. It's crazy that in this day and age where everyone has a computer on their phone that they don't just google stuff in before you get the hats and with the logo. Exactly the point that marks associate dan lewis you. I'm a big fan of on. Twitter has been has been highlighting and he's basically been championed the roller derby league that holds the name. Basically saying get your money like these people screwed up. They didn't do their job. Get your bags on like it's you. They're gonna make a lot of money on this and they are. I smile upon the face of everyone. Who watches sean. Hannity right now. When they hear this kind kind of stars it they just fucking love it at. This is right up there with the defunding. Police mayor getting mugged in the park. They just they love the city part about it for someone like me. That's amazing is like you had the time and the thought and the forethought to hire tom. Hanks voice your video announcing this much. Did you pay him that. You are now going to have to pay through the nose. Because no one google and also drew carey wasn't available. I mean said was. What's tom hanks have to deal with. Cleveland was a question. All right let me hit Better help here at marks blowing up. I'll hit better help over here and we'll we'll keep the train row or rolling. Reasonable doubt is sponsored by better help online therapy as we see the light at the end.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"We found the dog that she likes and his name is sam. Elliot how cool is that. Sh and congratulations. Oliver mcrae in july augustus as graduate and move on in swim class. Oliver goes from guppy. Goldfish and july goes from catfish to stingray. That's all take a minute and pop top to those two boys. All right the happened this week. What what's that. i'm just kidding one. More time for the man who provided the bottom for the rest in peace dusty hill. Dan lewis uh-huh can never get too much z. Top i got a message from my niece and her fiance over the weekend before dusty had died and i am officiating their wedding next month and so between my wife and my niece and her husband. They've been bouncing ideas around behind. You know the weddings gonna be at our house so they were. You know who the music is to be. What songs are gonna play in. It and i had not seen the message until last night after we did our dusty hill tribute. I was catching up on message. That was behind on and their first dance at their wedding is going to be hot. Blue and righteous buzzy z. Top which they had chosen just before dusty had died. And i thought wow what uncanny timing and if you give that song a lesson it's a deep cut you may not have heard it before..

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"dan lewis" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on 1A

"Celebrate holidays the same or anything. There wasn't any mental health clinics or anything around us. That we knew to the go-to or were like yeah. Let's go here As far as just people will just groups anything reaching out for the funeral costs and everything. I wasn't too many groups around that time or at least in our area doing that work. Which is why we began doing our work. My mother and her group With parents they do Therapy for their parents. They have circles what ages come and talk and we did the same big We just became a family For people affected by gun violence and we became outlet that people need driven. And what was it like. Growing up in roseland. How would you describe the community Roseland i will say was a a mixed bag on Going throughout the day and just going through the community you know you see a happy happy. She lockable communicating. You see some of the same businesses have been around for years. The mob pops went to as a child. Dial goto as a child You see a lot of love and everything but also you have you know. The constant gunshots. the police sirens that you hear all day every day. You wake up on You you wanna have the kids of playing here. Kids last year by year screams in pain and Up rosalie you know. You just had to be a only your attention Always had to be a watchful of anything can happen because it's happy right now at the basketball court but you never know someone may come by in and shoot it up because they're looking for someone so you know you just had to always be prepared for anything no matter what time of the day was driven when you think about the psychological toll of the every day ness of gun violence. How do you think it's it's impacted in shaped you. I know as a child losing my cousin. Dan lewis my brother More people on the way. I knew more people getting shot as a up. I didn't expects of me that i didn't expect to make its eighteen. I'm not gonna leiden. I didn't think about my life on the lowest cresskill idea what you're gonna do you know at the high school which you doing. I didn't think that far. Because all i knew really growing up was does i a lot of people. Don't make it that far. My brother he died at as eight so from a psychological I just i. I was more so hopeless. I'll say at that. Why was more a hopeless ecorse. Got for the people in my corner family braids. My church family lot of other people. They tried to show me the other aspects of life that things are bigger than chicago That i will live as eighteen. I will be able to create some sort of change ally. We spoke with. Sam havilland a longtime counselor with denver public schools about the psychological toll on children who are exposed to repeat gun violence. They continued complexity of building. Trauma increases the likelihood of the severity of symptoms from a psychological standpoint. And the the harder it is for us to unpack the many beliefs that a child has created based off of their experience A child at that age is developmentally speaking very psycho centric. Meaning that they are the reason for what happens to them and belief systems set in that Are further complicated. Because then they they act out in ways to try to either recover or repeat so that they are in control of it looking for trevan mentioned a lack of resources when he and his family were recovering. How accessible is mental health support in chicago so mental health support is accessible depending on where you are in the city when we look at areas. That are disproportionately impacted by gun violence particularly on the south side of chicago and the west side. There are very few mental health resources for people that they can easily access and that they can afford and so you have all of this trauma that people are trying to process but very few professional resources for them to do so. Yeah.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"His birth was delayed because the doctor to laid he can eat. Wait forty five minutes to come out. Sure absolutely when this lights up and vibrates we have an area for him so just bring it up to the hosts dan lewis. You're back in my uncle. I'm the hospitals kicker. My uncle was pushed back in because the doctor wasn't there yet. Oh my god. He's always been a little slow. Oh my god mcewen rejecting nature on that level now. You don't get to play earth bouncer at the door of the vagina. Sorry we're at capacity can come back come back tomorrow. I don't think the called the door of the vagina. No door lou. Walls was so the birth was delay because the doctor would not come to the house unless it was wired electricity. Okay so they quit again arranged for the house to be wired for lectures you go. Yeah wow okay fine. We'll remodel. i really like. There's an arm saying i love the doctors. I'm going smoking room. Some strobe lights. I was told there'd be billiards. Fred i get to the birth diller's a billion day but please software was born art here. I mean it's just little grand. That's it really asked for a number of bird so we're just going to have the baby milk in the fridge and things that nature maybe some pastries we don't have pastries now. We have kitchens yellow. I'd love to see a white before we did this. I just at least the cabin. The baby's coming like we can see the cabinets white duty swatches. I know i know. Okay okay. I mean it's fine. It's just there's no party sub or anything. No so. I should have come having had your doctor that i'm aware you've got some good stuff. I like that. There's electricity now. it's just you know. I'm going to get very hungry and i just didn't know whether to okay. That's fine and you're no way on the cabinets we haven't even built we can't we have we have you ever been. Have you ever done a kitchen remodel. it takes forever. It's not a doctor. Nine hundred.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Not to be confused with terry or or hawse now the other player that i think might make some sense for the rams. That's free agent. This is just me spitballing. Do not add a levy on bell. Just because. I'm mentioning him but twenty nine years old experience running in zone scheme offenses Definitely has experience playing three downs. Maybe they give him a call. I think he's probably the best free agent out there. That could be the plan. B the darrell. Henderson's plan a everyone else. That's free agency you as as a complete type of running back you know you're talking about passing. Downs guys like duke. John senator dan lewis. You're talking about early down guys. Like adrian peterson. Todd gurley right. I think levian offers of more compelling package than any of those running backs would for la all right so for more analysis on this including dynasty. Talk on camakers. Check out the bonus pod from yesterday as we've mentioned our fourth annual draft supporting saint jude will be on september. First last year we auctioned off fantasy football experiences. Like zoom calls with our experts. We did some custom smacktalk videos. Those were fun. You could play in leagues with us guest appearances on the podcast vichy. Got something awesome for you. Scott fish is generously offering up spots to play against us in next year. Scott fishbowl so these are all things that are going to be up for auction and all of its gonna benefit saint jude. But if you have any ideas of what you'd like to see to bid auctioned off to incentivize donations.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"We have the award again. Her name was lizzie. Mcguire lisbon oh no no. That's not the name that's the wrong. I'm thinking lizzy mcguire. The white meats now lizzie. Montgomery it okay. So now we have. I mean we got so black dress. We can celebrate in a month or prior like different something liberating a lot of people so lindsay Nothing about last name. Don't so i am a half what it means. I'm having that half american. My banned from nigeria. My mom's from dan lewis they made houston however the last nine building is so. It's not my..

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Short one okay. L. takada mbia lack casa. The johann strauss celebratory review in la predecessor. Think what they usually you advocacy desk it out goners. They must remove sales. You matsushita. i mucci more serious in vienna. They till dental museum quadir in a mock all throwing bush opposed to llamas illiberal road in a broadcast capacity in interest in gabriel initial moselle. It was a podcast. Completer eat push postal tambien mosul. Deputy khuda coming to you. Have loose overall in. Phoenix is the movie columnist because shares colloquial ever gay men of the supported ibuprofen. Bilbao libra with to kill bodies values. The pajamas the russo's move sales by these are. They left that case fantastic usa. He pushable a maters politician. Belly's not name. Water sodas but up with this shares pro reveal focus on might interest centers. Applegate is over tosi kamal. The you mean gun. Dan lewis quadros into this embrace more sales out.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Fun Time Moms

Fun Time Moms

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Fun Time Moms

"That's that's that's what's his name off aboard. Yeah but i am. You know from the streets now launch. And it's it's nice nuts dot com. I'm really proud of that. And i think that had it not been for the pandemic. I probably wouldn't have set out to do what i've done. And this very short amount of time. So i'm very proud of that so i guess a done some good in some ways you know kind of lit fire which leash about this but again fire like under my. Booties so so. I will say that Said t before. But i will say that. Very proud of your. I guess i don't wanna say new belief in yourself but let your adjusted at it. Like you've always had a voice that creative you've always had great ideas you you you know but i'm just really proud of like this willingness to just like jump out there and not capable people think because as much as like don't give a fought in some sense we're very critical who is self aware of like how other people will receive certain things and wanting a us is truly been growth moment and during this pandemic time is like you just like jumping out there. This is like look looking back on. We don't live last anybody else. Yeah at the end of the day. It's for us. It's for our household is for business and if you are not a part of that like why do i put so much emphasis on would because guess what doing some wild and she. I just had this conversation earlier. Today was getting my hair people alley this world livingston wild as lies with the fuck baywatch so a do with the fuck you want like because guess what. We're going to have something to say whether you can give them a million defend by a million fucking dollars. Free and clear assam shitting. Write some shit to say okay saw and we've all been to a black welden and a black flag could be wonderful and the bitch. But that's the hammond was a little dry. This got again. That new and next question next question is least favorite holiday. Well god's love all big holiday my rally would be. Christopher columbus christopher columbus day there's no point habit of christopher columbus day all he did was come and steel lane and spread disease. Kill off the whole population of funnies. Today ashraful wanna ask us assignment. They had a Across puzzle in indians was on there. And i almost got my blackburn on the black camby. Kisha almost stuck down sent her teacher a message. Like what the fuck is indians on. Here i'm not happy about it right knows. 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I have a very large vocabulary but curse words right in there so fuck is very funk fuck versus how i have a whole book on how you use you can use it as a positive and negative you say.

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]]Securing Public Pensions

After The Fact

05:44 min | 1 year ago

]]Securing Public Pensions

"The first star emission disturbing members can be police officers. They came preschool employees and state employees. And what we do is we. We make sure that they have a retirement benefit at the time that they're ready to stop actively working in calpers over the last four years has been making very difficult decisions about the appropriate funding of these pension plans for the future. We'll trust i'm dan. Lewis can this is after the fact and that was marcy frost. She leads the california public employees retirement system. Calpers is the nation's largest public pension system with a global investment portfolio of around four hundred twenty billion dollars that's a figure larger than the gdp of countries like norway singapore and the difficult decisions. Marcie mentions affect the retirement benefits for nearly two million public employees retirees and their families is a challenge facing many states across the country as they look at the best ways to fund their public pension systems. And that's something. Greg menace works on at pugh helping states develop solutions to close the funding gap between what state pension plans odor their public employees. And the money. That's being put aside to pay that bill up. Hugh analysis in two thousand eighteen found that funding gap in the states totaled one point two four trillion dollars. That's with a t and that's the data point for our episode. It's a number. Experts see growing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic amid those daunting numbers states like pennsylvania and california have discovered innovative ways to ensure pension systems. Keep their promises to retirees. Most people are familiar with 401k. Plans and over sixty million americans saved through retirement primarily through those kinda plans in the public sector. It's different where most of the state and local workers participate in what are called defined benefit plans by and large this distinction where in the public sector benefits are paid for through a fixed payment in retirement And the money is managed by the state and today there's about four trillion dollars in public assets. Invested in stocks bonds alternative investments is the main differences between that. Most people save for retirement. The all of us have to be concerned about our retirement. All of us need to plan ahead. Why should all of us care about the public. Employees pension system a well funded pension system in the public sector. can literally cost billions billions of dollars less every year from the state or local budget as compared to one. That's severely underfunded. The short answer is that in a well-funded system the state or local government is setting aside money each and every year while people are working to pay for their benefits when they retire and as it turns out by doing that it ends up that compounded investment earnings and up paying for the majority of the benefit. I'm in contrast they severely underfunded system. Where the money hasn't been set aside while people are in their working years. They lose out. On all kinds of compounded investment earnings and as a result the majority of the cost comes out of the state for state or local budget. I'm just to provide some examples. We look at pension. Plans in states. Like tennessee and south dakota and wisconsin all of which are close to being fully funded. It sounds like if states are planning their investments properly in a smart way. The earnings made by those investments can pay for the costs to maintain the fund. What happens with states. That aren't fully funded if you look at states like kentucky illinois new jersey all of which have less than fifty percent of the assets set aside that budgetary cost is closer to fifteen percent of revenue on average so that means no state somewhere between one and ten in one in five tax dollars going to pensions that adds up to about a ten billion dollars of additional cost across those three states alone. And so i think this is important from the public's perspective not only because of the impact that can have on state and local budgets and in turn the resources that are available for public services but also because having a well-funded system helps to prevent reductions in workforce or cuts in benefits that you need to attract skilled public workforce to be very specific. That means there's less money to buy police cars or paved roads or any other public service. That taxpayer dollars fund right. I mean and that's that's a big deal. I mean the government is always looking to contain costs whether it's healthcare or other issues this is. This is a big ticket item for a lot of states. That's absolutely right. And as i mentioned before. I think for a larger state and city the difference between having a well-funded system in an underfunded system comes out billions of dollars every year so everything from investments in education and infrastructure to healthcare ends up being strained in the budget each and every year it almost sounds like innovation is sort of old school ideas of like. Just you know figuring out what the bills are going to be a mixture. You got the money to pay for them you know. I think that that's right. And there are two ways in particular where i think innovation plays a role you to first off it has to do with how plans and pension systems planned for uncertainty and some of the states that i just mentioned tennessee. Wisconsin in south dakota very clear predefined rules about how to adjust cost if there's a downturn or investments underperform. This includes building margin of safety into assumptions essentially setting aside a rainy day fund within the pensions system and then also adjustments to worker benefits. That are clearly understood by everybody and so from that perspective i think innovation goes back to looking at the policies and practices that these states have been following for

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Machine Learning Carbon Capture with Diego Saez-Gil

Software Engineering Daily

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Machine Learning Carbon Capture with Diego Saez-Gil

"Welcome to the show thank you. Jeffrey excited to hear your pajama. Pyjama is a company that helps with carbon offsetting. Can you explain. Carbon-offsetting is sure. This is an idea that was invented at the united nations in the kyoto agreement which was a predecessor to the famous paris agreement. And the idea. Is that as we move away from fossil fuels or as a way to incentivize the move away from fossil fuels we need to make looters companies in countries to compensate for the carbon emissions. They're putting in the atmosphere that are causing climate change right so there is a system by which then projects that either reduce emissions or removed governor from the fear can receive carbon credits equivalent to the amount of car on this project. Effectively reducing or removing. And then these companies can purchase those car on create certificates and use them to compensate their emissions and in doing so the benefit. You want side now. They have an economic incentive to do away from posted fields so that they don't have to be spending money on compensating for those emissions and secondly that money goes to fund very important projects such us renewable energy and lowercase forest restoration conservation as you know forest remove carbon from dan lewis fear as trees grow. And you know thanks to framework if you have a piece of land in which you can plant trees or conserve an existing forests that otherwise would be cut down. You can get paid current credits to continue doing that work. So that is a framework and these frankly has existed for many years but unfortunately until today there wasn't a lot of technology a the software powering the certification and exchange of the concrete industrial. We decided to focus. On what kind of technology could be useful in the workflow of managing carbon offsets. Yes so the first part is violating monitoring. How much carbon is being sequester by forest into that we use remote sensing data in machine learning algorithms that basically aim to predict. How much carbon is there on a forest in particular for example one of the models that we built train on a combination of satellite data coming from nasa lanza data with lied are they coming from companies that collect that data from airplanes. And it's basically at three dimensional cloud of points that gives you the shape of the structure of the forest and then we have ground truth. That is coming from four services from around the world that send people to the field to count trees and sure trace with dates and know exactly how much carbon each of the streets have you know so then we run deep learning algorithms convolution new neural networks to train on the day dan the nba to predict how much car when they're in a forest just using satellite. That is one of the parts of the stock that were building being able to replicate the tests that are needed to validate how much carbon is being sequestered by a forest.

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"dan lewis" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"dan lewis" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Very cool we're rolling up. Welcome to joan browse podcasts it's a joey wellington. We've got your water in the house high. And we've got a good friend of as bridget mushroom how you doing good. How are you could thank you. Thanks for joining us. This is your. You haven't been on a podcast before is that right. I have not very exciting. Are you nervous like a little bit. Just i told very fast so you get needs. Let me dan lewis. That's okay that's okay. Well yeah i mean. We're going to get into it in your heater talk. So this is the perfect platform for you to take that as i said cast very natural speaking already thank you. I do talk a lot so it might just be a natural extension. could.

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State Budgets and COVID-19

After The Fact

08:30 min | 2 years ago

State Budgets and COVID-19

"Seventy five billion dollars. When was the last time you thought that might not be enough money for well? Almost anything for the Pew Charitable Trusts. I'm Dan Lewis Duke. And this is after the fact. We hope this finds you safe and healthy. That's seventy five billion dollars. Is Our data point for this episode. And it's the combined. Total of money states had set aside this year for a rainy day in order to protect critical services for the public like healthcare and aid education in case of a downturn. Of course this is more than a rainy day. The Corona virus is more like a daily show and it's lasting for months and it's taken most of the last decade since the end of the great recession for states to save that money and stabiliser economies the federal stimulus package. Congress passed at the end of March tops. Two hundred billion dollars helped to states and localities and that includes one hundred fifty billion dollar Corona Virus Relief Fund. But will it be enough for more? We turn to Josh Goodman a senior officer on Pews State Fiscal Health Team on how covert nineteen is affecting. The state's Josh Goodman joins us. He's a senior officer on choose state fiscal health team. Josh we hope this finds you well and your family doing okay. Yeah definitely thank you so much for having me on. We're talking of course about the importance of of state budgets. Let's remind listeners. Just why they're important. What happens at the State Level State? Governments are just central to the lives of every single American primarily. What States Fund is Education Healthcare Transportation and public safety? And so if you're someone that drives on State Highway Sates are paying for that road if you or your family are on Medicaid states or contributing to that funding if you send your children to public schools that's dependent on state funding in additionally everyone that pays taxes when you go buy almost anything and pay the sales tax on it when you have personal income taxes withheld from your paycheck. That's linked to state decisions. And so if state governments aren't healthy if their budgets are struggling that means they'll have less money to provide all of those critical services it also means that Your taxes may be going up in a variety of different ways beyond that state governments are also important for the national economy. One thing that economists saw coming out of the great recession is that even as the federal government was making efforts to stimulate the economy states were delaying our economic recovery because they were raising taxes or cutting spending either of which take money out of the. Us economy states played this role of Limiting the recovery slowing down and so having healthy state budgets matters for all of us. We're going to talk about what all of this means for the states And their budgets which are gonNA have a huge impact economic impact. The data point for our episode is seventy five billion dollars. Which sounds like a lot of money because that's what the states is sort of stockpiled as of the end of this past fiscal year disorder. Get ready for tough times. Josh today anticipate tough times? This tough I don't think anyone anticipated a situation quite like this states always do need to plan for difficult budget situations one way. That states are different than the federal government is. They have generally constitutional requirements that forbid them from engaging in deficit spending and so states really do have to balance their budgets each year each two years and one way they do that knowing that the money they bring in in in good time will be a lot more than it is in bad times. Is they build up these reserves and so By saving in the rainy day funds as they're known states can have money to get them through tougher times but even states that have done a really good job saving. Didn't expect something to happen. This quickly and this dramatically that would affect their budgets. Josh breakdown were state. Revenue Comes from and why volatility poses such an issue for state budgets. State governments get most of their tax dollars from personal income taxes and sales taxes. And so we have. People are spending less money in the economy. Sales tax revenue will decline. If people are working fewer hours if there were layoffs then personal income taxes will also go down. States have pretty limited options to deal with those problems. They really depend heavily on their reserves to get them through these difficult times at bet also. They rely on the federal government during the great recession. The federal government offered substantial aid states states really need a lot of help but they're also making difficult choices for themselves as their budget situations deteriorate and for some context here. Congress and the president of created a two point two trillion dollar stimulus package for the nation. How much of that is is targeted towards state and local governments? One of the biggest parts of that for state governments is a new one hundred fifty billion dollar fund. That's designed to help states pay for their responses to Corona virus and all. The public health costs that go along with that and in addition to that money though there's a variety of other funding streams said are intended to help both state governments and local governments. One thing Congress has done for example is increase. The amount of money that the federal government is paying for Medicaid Medicaid is jointly funded by the federal government and states and so to help states out to get through these difficult budget times. Congress IS INCREASING. What the federal government will pay. You know we're coming out of the aftermath of the great recession was an it offered. I'm sure a lot of lessons to state policy makers on how to how to deal with calamities. What are some of those lessons right? We saw lots of sort of short term thinking during the great recession. Some of that was due to the degree of the crisis. That state's really didn't have great options but states were doing things like saying our education payment. What we're giving the school districts on June the thirtieth if we just push on into the next fiscal year which begins July. The first that saves us a lot of money this year but of course. Then that's more you have to have next year and so it's those kinds of decisions that if states are really desperate they turn to. But they don't ultimately solve the underlying problem and so saving money in good times to use in bad times is one of those key steps. So what does it? It's been doing since the great recession to prepare for the next downturn one concept that came out of the great recession was idea of stress. Testing state budgets in the idea of a stress test is just sort of to analyze different scenarios of you know if the economy declines by this mound if personal drops by this amount of unemployment goes up by this amount those kinds of things. What does that mean for our budget? And it's something that some states have begun to embrace in really use it to drive their decisions and of course that's also going to vary state by state right each state. Scott their own economy based on the natural resources for example. It could be a huge part of their state's economy or the businesses that are located there. So there's no one size fits all we see a lot of variation in the volatility from state to state which is linked to the state's economy as well as their tax structure. And that's really where stress testing can be such a useful approach. What states are doing is customizing their stress tests to their own budgets and circumstances and so you know if you have an economy that's really linked to the price of oil. You're going to want to assess well if oil is thirty dollars. A barrel versus forty five dollars a barrel versus fifty dollars a barrel. What does that mean for our budget in? Do we have enough savings if oil prices are depressed to make it through those times until we would expect to see. See Things bounced back. Every state has a different level of volatility in its revenue structure in every state is maybe more sensitive as well to spending pressures that might occur during a downturn something like Medicaid which is a means tested program if people are earning less money more people qualified for Medicaid and that costs state governments more money so states really ought to be thinking about tax revenue. They bring in as well as the spending side. What are going to be spending pressures during a challenging times

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Ethiopian crash: Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded

This Morning Weekend

02:24 min | 4 years ago

Ethiopian crash: Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded

"Talk this week about the plane that crashed in Ethiopia last weekend killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board was the second deadly crash of a Boeing seven thirty-seven max plane, just five months after several countries took action the FAA ordered the immediate grounding of all Boeing seven thirty-seven, Maxine max nine aircraft in the US this week this country one of the last to make the call following the latest crash for more. Here's ABC news, senior transportation correspondent David curly. Right after take off the captain reporting problems. The New York Times reporting the controller saw the Boeing seven three seven maxi tilting up and down moving unusually fast. And then minutes later panic. A person familiar with the air traffic communications says as the jet accelerated beyond its safety limits. The captain then asked to return to the airport in a panicky voice the plane disappearing from radar three minutes later killing all one hundred fifty seven on board. New data led the FAA to order a temporary. Grounding of all seven three seven max is in the US leaving hundreds of flights canceled. The concern is that the crash is related to the lion. Aircrash less than five months ago with the current fleet of three hundred seventy jets grounded Boeing is stopping delivery of all maxes, but we'll continue building its fastest-selling jetliner with nearly five thousand on order. New details about the aftermath of that. First crash. One seven three seven pilot coming forward, citing a tense meeting between Boeing executives and other pilots last November claiming they were left in the dark about a new automated safety feature in this brand new jet after the lion air tragedy. We learned that. There was equipment on our aircraft that we were not aware of it wasn't even on our books. So what do those on the planes actually, think about the planes that have been involved in those two deadly crashes in the past six months? Uneasy actually, I fly southwest a lot. I thought that they should've got her job at notifying people had just arrived in Phoenix on a Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight when she heard that the planes had been put out of service here in the US. Lisa Hendricks was flying through the Oakland airport. She thinks maybe the FAA went too far. I know that they've had two planes have crashed so far, but there's so many that been operational that I'm not sure it's really as big of an issue as some people are making it sound like it is. And Dan Lewis also in Oakland says he trusts the FAA they

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Rick Pitino's new book is out

Rush Limbaugh

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

Rick Pitino's new book is out

"Eight four we've been talking about the Rick Pitino book, which comes out today. And there are a lot places. The courier has written the ten takeaways from Rick Pitino, and there are other places that are that are writing about it. I think Patino is a really interesting guy. I think he always has something to say that to me is worth listening to. But I don't expect any great revelations. He didn't do anything wrong. College basketball has has problems. He's had a great career. He's very fortunate to have dealt with some wonderful people and things sort of spun out of control, and he. Yeah. He hired the wrong people. That was his only mistake. His mistake was he believed in people too much. I think that's kind of what we're going to get

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