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Sofya Kovalevskaya: The First Major Russian Female Mathematician
"Was the first woman to get a modern doctorate in mathematics. She was the second of three children an born into a family of wealthy Russian aristocrats. Her father was in artillery general in the Russian army so the family had to move a lot when she was young but when she was around six years old. The family settled at an estate near Russia's border with Lithuania. They're Kovalskaya learned under her English. Governess an Polish tutor. She was good at an enjoyed writing. And even though too much intellectual stimulation it was deemed unhealthy for girls. At the time she read. Ed Books that were in her family's library in fact she said that her father had a quote strong prejudice against learned women and when she was caught with books exc. He punished her still. She continued her studies in though she wasn't the best at math. Initially Sophia had a lot of scholars and mathematicians in her family lineage. By the time she was fifteen she had garnered more interest and proficiency in mathematics. She began taking lessons from a mathematician at the enable school in Saint Petersburg but even though she clearly had a talent for mathematics she could not continue her education in Russia since women were not allowed to attend in higher education institutions. Sophia was able to attend lectures by academics. But she wanted to go to school abroad something. Her father did not support but she needed to get permission to study abroad from her father or a husband so she decided to pursue her goal by getting married to a man named Vladimir Sciutto a paleontology student at the University of Moscow. The agreement was that the marriage was a platonic one. They married in eighteen sixty eight in the next year. They moved to Heidelberg Germany. There Vladimir studied geology in Sofia took math classes at the university her professors had been students of the mathematician. Carl T. Buyer Strauss. So Sophia traveled to Berlin to study with him herself. Her husband stayed behind the university. versity their forbade women from attending fire stresses former lectures but vire Strauss agreed to teach her privately and he did so for the next few years. Kovalevsky ended up writing three doctoral dissertations Envir- stress submitted her work to the University of getting the dissertation on the theory theory of partial differential equations which expanded on ideas I posed by mathematician Augustin. Louis who she is considered the most important of the dissertations so she got her doctorate degree in eighteen seventy four but she still had trouble getting a teaching position so she went back to Russia to live with her husband. They had a child in for a while. They put aside their academic work but Vladimir died by suicide. Eighteen eighty three and soon Kovalevsky began Dan working as a lecturer in mathematics in Stockholm. She taught about inverse functions elliptical integral 's billion functions and. She also wrote more papers. Some of which won her awards she earned a lifetime professorship at the University of stock home and she was the first female mathematician to hold a chair the European university and her later years Kovalevsky pursued a career in writing authoring a play novels. She died of the flu complicated. Okay bye-bye Monja in one thousand nine hundred one.
"dan working" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"I don't buy the supply of all those weapons at the Russians guys them especially when we'll go out and it was you know after has gone for months and even years with the locals involved. It was Johnny's in American Fair Enough and attend to extent on that so again. It was kind of like being a devil's advocate in mind. Tiny position but it shows how hard it is to really simplify things because things are usually complex complex rather than simple out they especially that sort of major conflicts is a number of factors apply. Quite turn talk to for anybody to find a country that's need to fade with magic power and I've come out better oft indeed. Let's think of one country. That's well I think pretty good example. Could what what about an example. John Japan Yeah. I didn't think of that Eh. Because also Japan it was a it was an extremely patriarchal society. It still is quite a lot of if things got changed I remember listening to a podcast on late. Night live where one of the interpreters working for the US was a woman in. She was managed as an interpreter to get done to change a lot of the inheritance laws and other things The only thing I've had Japan that was that occupied by magic power offer much wall whereas these other countries like you know the careers and what's another good game on several or all of the South American countries. They went you. Nigel war thing occupied with I just got into feed with yeah but True and ultimately could say Jim and he was a success story after begging to feed on themselves. Yes yeah very good I well. That's a good picture. You've painted of of of Labor Party from your point of view. You'd never been in a number of a political party before will go into meetings such until now. I've been interested in a long time. I try and talk politics. So let's onto people very interested Usually I want arguments but people I was. I was always interested in. Say What it was about. So I'm going to stick around for Law Thing Institute Saliva Party if I may ask because I don't think the live of priority goes potty suddenly noticed eldest five left as I think that needs to be but then I don't think that can be too far left because they are An majorities in Santa into some way. That's watch is alive body because that they've got a real estate Possibility of getting into government Live from part of that then at least I have my little saying which direction going. I think that's travels argument to isn't it yet. Nine was not to join a party. Good evening sample. You wasting your time. Yeah even the policies mart ivory will be better. Your you'd be better off you know party. That's actually getting into pan. Dan Working working from within Mizzou. I thought the Democrats on and maybe even the grains where an option at one stage but but they just seem to once I get into some sort of a position of power or control of power to adapt to the bigger picture. You know what I made like to kid. They Policy Galley especially the grinds with a visit. The cabin tax originally that it just vied for visit Tony how it's one knows it's too bad that I think That had the attack nine tax or was it wrong. I I can't remember but the Greens effectively threw it out the window didn't they could have gotten up in some football. Get something up. I don't seem to be out of the shack a sidewalk while the highway. And so so you're driving a lot in New South Wales at the moment correct Yeah drive heavy vehicles for a major company. The Orange one eight any experiences with the Bush vase of night and now. I'm finally local lumber on my in my wife Do a small pit transport as well where we get At West Nusa false. But we haven't been for a while I walk out this morning. He defied the Meson. Me Back Tank is west of us out this morning could naven up knowing this morning and you couldn't even say the ask Carson straight this. Even in downtown Sydney. The smoke was pretty incredible this morning. It's it's caught on the why that's Nor the Blue Mountains comes around Sydney Ball. So I fall is to the northwest to insignia. affectively in the Blue Mountains SORTA thing or in the mountains side but it's over a close to save the. It's like from the harbour bridge the fall it would only be fifty guys in her as Christ loss. Sydney sort of surrounded by lots and lots of wild forest. Isn't it. Yeah definitely Rajon well. Let's a good story. Good luck with have that motion proceeds let us know if you can get in the ear of member and and actually something happens as a result or you get an interesting Fade Beg Stein touch and good on yet for skyping. In that worked at the end of the day I think goes up by answering machine instead of doing it the other way before. I think he didn't have any good. I'm good on you for joining a political party and getting involved. If anybody else doesn't let us know oh I'm toning the chat room said he's local ellen. P meeting near him broke into a fistfight in chicken. Shot Ah they met in the lead up to the election ave waiting for good argument with somebody. I haven't had a really good argument yet so very good classified at the time. I mentioned this to put up. The there was a an Alderman nixed me I think the regular trash edge Callahan was caught a frontage the that that he told me that some nonreligious people more likely to secure religious people WPRO really disagreeing with him on that one. No I love being persecuted. All right right. Well that's good John. Thank you for for skyping in keeping touch if anything interesting happens and declaring that success. Thanks for that thanks. Oh boy I see guy interesting. Yeah so that was good. Let me just transition out of that back to that screen. I mean I can't say technology worked again eventually. I'm all done I you becoming a Mazda. Good sign and isn't it great to have people people who listened to the podcast to actually really getting involved in politics on a personal level. I really would like to see more people joining political parties of of whatever stripe just get involved and thrash out with each other. Yeah southern just sitting on the sidelines until about it so it's good to have feedback and conversations with ud lease numbs. It's keeps it fresh for us in fun so well I want to thank the patrons so let me quickly think well. Let's see we coming up to the end of two thousand nine hundred not too far away. Move Man and Let's do these by years. Why back in two thousand and sixteen? Sean the engine will only patron in two thousand seventeen had cried John. Lane and Wino- Jahmai Ellison and Steve by the way land in a sentence of voicemail but will white for Scott next week for that one. Sorry how long's the podcast been going there before. And it was i July ally four and bs ago four and then how long since I've become a regular because it seems like threes ago it couldn't is it three St thing. I reckon that regular for this seventy ninety I thought how long has it been a couple of years at at least a couple. At least we should look thoroughly enjoyed In two thousand eighteen had tiny caitland Jimmy spud. That was kind brahmin match. Robbie Rod Palais medicament Dominic. Liam dive squeaky wheel Daniel Harry Pita and Captain Doomsday and this year we've had wheat watch. Andy Murray Melinda Atom Professor Doctor Dentist Willow Glen Craig Matthew Alexander. Pull Tom Tarik Emil Kim. Donnie Darko Clinton and Gavin and the non-patrons Dean. CAIN was the beneficiary Mr Anderson Korean man. David Beverly and in but a few interesting sort of emails in the last few weeks of a mixed bag people complaining that we're like some of the episodes but we were talking of the Towfiq chiller committing logical fallacies was accused me of Stroman and and he was very specific about the instant that he's climbing. And what see was all explain why. It's not a stormy. Some people have sent criticism which was very general. And and if you've got to criticize be specific about what we actually said than you specifically reckon was the problem Rahvam and general laws. You can actually deal. Yes so if you have a criticism please Mike it very specific where we send. This always said that and that was we disagreed with for whatever ever reason and if you think we're doing a marvelous job and send us some feedback till the fall stirs up because some people say the opposite. So it's nice to have ego's stroked a little bit. That would be good right well trough man next week I think skull back. Okay we look forward to. Yeah thank you dear listener for tuning signing off. We'll talk to you next week. Thanks everyone for listening by now. A matter of scourging bulletins has been brought to my attention..
The Special Delivery Podcast with Craig Williams Discuss Becoming a Horse Racer
"I primarily Victorian todd is it really important for you to Roy pre ships in Victoria is this guy now is involved in it then it's it's not just me it's more tame we'll have around me and I'm really lucky that network Sasha from my family and then goes out to the people for me or we'll me and so as a goal that was one thing that we really wanted to focus on because we didn't have any commitments outside of commitments in Australia. Now appearances not fixed up for jockeys in other in other countries lock at ease in Australia the worst case scenario does happen and it will doing what we do so we sat down Ted discussion for what we do for the law seven months of the season and and we we talk the championship and nine when we won the year before it was also brought up that the holder old Tom Holders Roy into the holds and live and so be amazing as a goal for us to sit as attained and we we said that goal so three premiership so equal Roy and then I play go policy while that's a lot my wife says it racy we'll go great competition and it's twelve months work and everything needs to wrought Siro but it is it is a great call and I love doing what I'm doing and and it's all understand that you just mentioned that with insurance and broadening and so forth are other precincts around the world becomes a question Mark picked up a contract gone rod for Godolphin someone sees a game would you yes they had the biggest in the world and dioxide in England you'll have a very similar to what we try so we are very lucky to ride mistrial and now with the especially with the the honey war that's going on with financially one of the world's ladies in horse racing jurisdictions it's fantastic finish writing jockey so with the plate of the ladies pretty I'm on developing the product of New South Wales rising and more be Victoria or against the New South Wales when you look at it from a from an solder looking in but it's not it clear cut what about opportunities in Sydney with the prize money increase if you ever thought about going up to Sydney and becoming jokey we actually had a making my wife and Leisa and Guy Waterhouse and Robinhood House had a meeting just would have been probably maybe ten years ago and and she fled the idea of May coming up and enrolling as part of her team we've heard jockey natural it's on and we discussed it and we have four children mewa and I and we just felt that was going to be a major shift up there and always also stealing between going and spending time into taking up contracts in Japan it was one thing that we didn't go ahead and do and and Dino Radja wrong but I'm happy being I'm a father a husband and Jockeying Victoria and there's plenty of opportunities here Viktoria but opportunities for you as a young Fella didn't come easy in particular touchdown you were born in Britain arising gang file ellen trying to ulcers your mother as a daughter of an ant standing champion China intake harrison so you grew up around it and now you very welding crab boy has jurisdiction might but things were not easy in terms of guiding Lawson says an apprentice jockey can the in-law this little net giancarlos had two brothers dining jason and five for them train horses and I always wanted sabet my father I always wanted to be a jockey and are at school writing stories that would be at that time it was called is it's called houses and pray stable jockey and then we'd win Cox plight smell when cops call them slips and at the same time we went to school we've never light I harrison who's my cousin and he brought the similar so he was he was worried if the coming so it was great whoo did hating certain races and and we write stories that will have families all children ride horses and ponies and and we used to fuck up they the bathrooms that it'll mirrors and think one and I didn't realize then we thought it was finding eight until we become jockeys and realize someone is fun and Games it's a hell of chocolates having having look whites and we've found it wasn't much fun neighbor did start out and I was quite heavy I was fifty kilos went on winning to the initial trial period can get to get a three months period and was fifteen I think I lost fifty fifty days of age What's the president to on as an apprentice to buy knock you back to Mike my father had a very good case and put forward to to the panel stewards who who's done and it was that the OCE Bay headquarters in South Melbourne and John repack end and he just say well if it's three months period he's still going through much trial period he still going to start school so if he doesn't make it to be what he dreams he's hopes and dreams of going to be shattered but if he doesn't maybe we can taping industry maybe he can be Ferriera Conroy track work something he doesn't have to necessarily have to be Asaki if he's white doesn't come down so you only trial period let's say let's monitoring whiten please give him a go down the drain that are going to be shouted if it doesn't if it doesn't turn it right to him and he put through good case and the rest is history but I'm very fortunate that I listened and most importantly beware in if I didn't have the support my parents and my brothers like amazing upbringing advising loft because I've had what support structure the whole time so of course in life you have good and bad times and you have to have a network around you and I was lucky I was born to that network so you leave school when you fifty you're selling them as an apprentice for three month test saving and bring Your White Dan work in the environment of the stable and the need to to reach of your father did you lose that why did you had a guy for that the three months was quite tough where you're on Dodd's yes so my father he was previously jockey and he said I want my son doing what I had to do in back then comparing it to what we know now they didn't we didn't have the education at disposal and and we're lucky because PAT highland son Tom Samdhong and we're all doing apprenticeships together and it was actually Marine Pat Highland that put my my mother and father onto eighty at one of the hospitals that does nutrition so then we went and saw this this lady and we I was in learning nutrition pretty condoling sorry I don't think I've really had I'm not sure but but they put me on to things that I had assault wasn't that strict so I was actually perfect for me being a young person and at that age you get told by speaks volume by a lot of things so it was great that we so had options to work around it wasn't that you had to do this and that the only thing was I was going doing a growing phases while we're both my brothers went through as well so I would say I had muscles that was that wobbly muscle cold fat anyway I was Pretty Pretty Pudgy so I I did have to lose and and then I had to drive because I wanted to do it on a lot my cousin I want to be my father and and that really drives me then we sought out a nutritionist? They don't want to partition and then true that we went onto a sportsman allegation who ended up being tyranny who is now head of the Victorian Institute of Sport so my parents put me onto the papal from eight to learn about what we needed to be obligated do and and then luckily body allowed me to to stay light and and now he won the top jockeys destroy that can ride lot it's a fascinating combination of managing growing as a young person young men working seven days a week every second Sunday off as an apprentice becker we're in the nineties and to be losing white but tells the bet natural ability where you're a natural as a kid was quite tough for you to guide opportunity to rotting rices and winners now wasn't I wasn't a natural a lot a lot hoses fast and but the natural and no mine never was but I always had to work hard and anyway that's probably what's being more strongly drink is just working hard and I love strategizing always loved the planning and the tactics and and but most importantly doubt the support I had the best thing I had even as a master my father he's turned out to be one of the lady mosses of apprentices as well look grain -taining in Sydney my follows the signing Victoria with everyone that went under and he's guidance fulltime it turned out to be the champion Raja's group one winning Rod he's very proud of that he does remind me that often but always very lucky osborne as every time I rode a race we were analyzing everything that we were doing and and still had that
Tokyo's Prime Minister of Pizza
"Amy amy welcome back to Milk Street. Thank you Chris good to be back so this is a story about neopolitan pizza in Tokyo Tokyo and so. Where does that story start. This story begins with a really cool character named soon culkeen Uma Sisu who is unlike anybody I've ever met before. He's this fifty nine sixty year old Japanese guy who doesn't look anywhere near his age probably because he's also into his rock music and he describes himself as ninety percent musician ten percent pizza master but actually chilly. If you talk to people in Tokyo he is the Prime Minister of Pizza in Tokyo. This guy single handedly brought Neapolitan oaten pizza specifically this thin crusted bubbly on the outside and very soft on the inside style of pizza to Tokyo. No one else else was making neopolitan pizza time management in my new book humidity sticking you how you hold on what I first started this pizza the restaurant twenty four years ago back then pizzas for Japanese people how this image of very thick abundant cheese a lot of festivals a lot of ingredients and the two pizzas. I'm serving today in the very beginning was met with a lot of confused looks Japanese. People didn't know that there there are pizzas that had more awesome awesome cheese so he goes to Naples to find an apprenticeship in what happens well he goes around he knocks on doors the wars of pizzerias and pizza makers all throughout Naples and no one will take him in as an apprentice. What does she put in a wha- MOCATTA new going when I went to Naples for the first time twenty five years ago this is nine hundred ninety five or talking about there were barely any Japanese people Naples so so most Italian restaurants back then we're very apprehensive to taking Japanese apprentices because there just weren't used to working with Japanese people and they thought that Japanese people couldn't Dan work with pizza so he came up with a brilliant training strategy for himself one that I would like to adopt if I were to become a pizza maker Jimmy Garoppolo economist Peter saw the muscle. I stayed in Naples for one year but I did not learn how to make pizza. I eight pizza for one year. He decided that the best way to learn how to make pizza was to eat pizza every single day for a year and that's that's what he did. I read that but I don't understand it. How did he managed to be tourist essentially eating the pizza and going back to Japan and learning how to make it in exactly the same method well. I think there are a few different ways that he did that. I mean first of all we've all. Bob Into pizzerias where you can see the pizza making going on so you can see the job being thrown how it's being tossed you can see the preparation you can time time even when the pizza goes in the oven and when it comes out so I imagine he did a lot of this just by observing and I think he tried to to stay as close to the real thing as possible and part of that too is being able to pick up the subtleties so one of the things that everyone who tries his pizza reports. It's back about is the fact that there's a little and they can tasted. Also you can see him do it. There's a little pinch of salt that he puts in the dough after it goes in the oven and if that little bit of Saltiness is there it makes it very morrish it means you want more and more and more and if that little bit of Saltiness is missing missing somehow the pizza is just lacking so he picked up on a lot of subtleties and he also readily admits he didn't come back and immediately open seren con Juvenile Pizzas Kuneva on ninety dollars yeah good junior. It took me a a very long time to correct
"dan working" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"Ninety nine if you if you so choose the support this podcast link and you can threaten threaten the senate voice matt message button so <hes> if you could do that we'd appreciate your support on you could also to soil <hes> give it a rating our view on itin if you wanted to do that ron twitter empty bowl show people show pretty much just serious stuff just episodes but you know if you want to know when a new one is out. It's a great thing to follow. Let you find something there. <hes> dan's work at serial asleep dot net is essential essential companion to <hes> to this program and should not be missed by any fans of cereal facing any sneak previews thing people come up forward to <hes>. I'm i'm working on finishing off the new kellogg's cereals that i got so i'm gonna tackle the strawberry crunch crave as well as the birthday cake fruit loops next sounds great. I'm looking forward to it. <hes> folks we'll be back with you again soon but until then take care of yourself and for dan bear money michelle some macro i it's always don't forget forget to drink the milk i was at that time. They try something new. The primal instinct wasn't they're just not ready <music>..
"dan working" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Back. It's conservative thought not just talk the Dan O'Donnell show. Had a great time last night with my family. Saint Patrick's Day is also my nieces birthday. Yes. There is an Donald born on Saint Patrick's Day. This is the most Irish girl, you could ever imagine with, of course, blonde hair, not red hair. So we all went out for her birthday. And my aunt told me an a Larrea story about her older sister. My other niece when she was about five or six year or two ago, they all live sort of by where we broadcast from by our station on the west side of Milwaukee county. It's almost on the border between the walkie county and Waukesha county, and you can see the radio towers, obviously from a long ways away and every time they would drive by and they would be near the radio towers, my sister-in-law would point and say girls, look, that's where Dan works. That's uncle Dan's work, right there. They point to the giant town. Towers so one day they were driving and they pull up right past our building. And my sister in law says girls, look, that's where uncle Dan works. You see it and my niece looks up to the very top of the tower. And she says, so he just climbs up there. I mean, she's not wrong. She has been told for months that. That's where Dan works. You just could you see me just kind of climbing up producer? Dave. All right. I'm not afraid of heights. But as tall as those radio towers, are I am deathly afraid of falling to my death from those towers. I just thought it was the cutest most innocent questions. So we just up there. He doesn't have like a platform or anything. Yup. That's uncle Dan, just kind of climbing up with a Bullhorn just shouting to the city attention everybody. Attention. The show's about to start. Just Larrea so happy birthday happy belated birthday to my niece. Just turned five. She's the one who's in the car, and she will actually ask mom. Can we put on Dan? Whereas my own daughter who is almost exactly the same age. He turns five in June. My wife will have the show out in the car. And I want to listen to songs I don't wanna listen to daddy well Gracie. Guess what you get to listen to Dave Spano, the president and CEO of addicts wealth management who joins me each and every week as we know the difference between financial advisers, and we know the difference between what's happening with GM and some of the rumors that were hearing Dave good morning. What's going on here? Good morning. First of all. It's good news at your wife listens to you on the I've been on the air for a long time. That's one up on me. I bring up and I say, you know, I said something about about you today. Just Blake stare flakes there. There was no chance. She was listening. Oh my gosh. That's funny. That's funny. So what's what's going on with GM here because well, yeah, this weekend president will had a. A tweet storm. And there was a there was a bit of a riff between General Motors who is announcing that they're going to continue to close their plant particularly in Ohio in in. They're running at thirty percent of capacity in that plant. They say they need to be at eighty percent capacity for it to be profitable. Well, of course, that's right in the the heart of where the president needs to get some votes, which is both Michigan and Ohio in. So that is what we call headline risk. We know you take a look at the numbers of General Motors in the stock is trading at a price to earnings ratio of six is paid a four percent dividend. It we look at those numbers and say do these two stories align because what's really happening is there's been a change in demand changing demand of what people want and they want the more profitable, more popular SUV's. And this is something that we're seeing not just with respect to General Motors. But across the automotive industry changing consumer demand. Band is really altering fundamentally how cars are produced not only produce. But you know, you can take that theory and put it across all kinds of headline risk. Because of course, you know, the first thing I wanted to do is see how General Motors was gonna trade this morning after they you know, they were getting spanked around. But it's the same thing with Boeing. Of course, you Boeing is is gone from a significant performer this year, it's down it's down about seventy dollars. But still up twenty percent a year to date. I mean is it a crisis? You know is the seven thirty seven being grounded. How long is this going to be grounded? That's what we call headline risk, Dan. And then you have to take that step back and say, all right? Let's take a look at the math. Because all of this is is is a matter of how the stock is going to trade is going gonna affect your mutual funds is going to affect how you retire all of that goes into the soup. And that's why you.
Why are people so anti-Russia?
"What is it about Russia that continues to wind everyone up so much? What do you think why will the Anga the alarms? Rick the ruthless draw twice light a great power with a vassal of nuclear weapons will for five years. Now, certainly since the outbreak of the Ukraine standoff, February twenty four hop ventilating pundits and politicians on left. Dan, wrought have been warning the bear is on the prow. And that led me Putin is destroying democracy all across the globe as a result, and many of you have heard me say this all too often on this show and elsewhere the Russia fobs have spread exaggerations about the Putin fresh which fuelled hatred and sewed misunderstanding. My next guest today agrees. There is he argues nothing peculiar pathological. In Russia's behavior. It is simply protecting legitimate security interests in the Baltics its near abroad and the Middle East, and it's objectives. Limited. Steven Cohen is professor emeritus in Russian studies from in while you in Princeton, and he's the author of the wall with Russia from Putin and Ukraine to Trump and Russia gate. That's just out stave. Welcome back to between the lines. Thank you. Tom grand to be with you. Now, you'll critics all too often denounce you as a Russian apologised in a Putin. Stooge? What are they continued to impugn you'll motives when you have decades of what many people argue is rigorous intellectual experience in this field. Well, it's become about me in the last five years as you say all this slurring of me, but it's a more general problem. Generally, speaking, anybody who has a public platform in the United States today, and they're not very many of us and very few public platforms available anymore who tried to take? Let's call it a balanced or objective. More storks view of Russia, particularly American Russian relations are being slurred. How do we explain this? Well, Russia has always been talk sake in America. I did a calculation the other day, and I was surprised myself to discover that one hundred years of American Russian relations there have been seventy five years Cold War out of the hundred. So that's a subject where thinking about maybe not today, but this is not unusual. But I think what makes it so severe today is it has to do with Putin the Russian leader since two thousand and in a word, I put it like this. There was. The expectation among American political media -letes when the Soviet Union ended Russia would become a subordinate partner of the United States in world affairs, and it looked for a decade or less in the nineteen ninety s like that might be the case because then Russian President Yeltsin was weak needy and President Clinton took advantage of him in a kind of soft way that made it sound like a friendship, but the resentment was building in Russia. The resentment produced Putin could have been much worse. And I think it's the reaction to Putin primarily the sense that the American media political elites were wrong when they thought that after the end of the Soviet Union, the United States alone would determine world affairs when Russia reemerged on the world stage. It was a shock. A bitter disappointment and much of that continues to influence American thanking today about Russia. And about people's touches me who say this is not a bad thing when need to deal with it. And there are a lot of good possibilities. But we're not taking those possible. Well, of course, you like many realists such as George Kennan, the intellectual architect of the containment doctrine and not hang forty seven in the non hundred nineties you both among others oppose Naito expansion. But remember Steve at the time. Many Republicans end Democrats believed strongly that the expansion of the Atlantic alliance. Eastwood's was a benign move. Well, tom. I mean, if I find out where you live, and I come over to your house with my home as my buddies. They're all carrying. I doubt that calms. Go to say, Steve, why are you? So benign. It's preposterous.
"dan working" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Well, this is gonna take probably thirty thirty five million dollars rebuilt. It's going to be fast tracked because his grandfathered in a lot of different EPA and all these other federal relation. So we're ready to once the capitals in place for ready to mobilize. And hopefully have a Dan working for everybody within two to three years. Wait, Wayne Harding is our guest. He's the CEO of two rivers water, go to rivers. Two rivers water dot com. But it's the number two rivers water dot com. Is this something that you can duplicate in other parts of the country because obviously globally because if you can figure it out there. I'm sure you can figure elsewhere as much you have proof proof of concept. Correct. Absolutely. So we think that yes, we mentioned before waters really there's water out there. But it's really being mismanaged. You read the economist magazine and they have about the same stance. So there's we're we're just maybe in our little microcosm. But once we become successful that we have the right joint venture partners. We definitely can expand through Colorado, but throughout the world helping manage water properly. Obviously, that's your that. That makes you different than any other companies sort of in your space is is is are you guys strategically located in Colorado is just based on could could you have done this at you've been based in Austin, Texas or something like that. Or do you sort of have to be in that sort of a space to to get that proof of concept to start? I think maybe it's serendipity a little bit that we started in Colorado. We were looking for the next big thing in two thousand nine two thousand ten we thought water is going to be where it's at and Colorado is pretty unique. And here's a little trivia question for you to use next. Cocktail party. We always all right. All right. So what is the only state in the continental United States? It has only major rivers running out and nothing running net. Tele collorado. Yup. United States because Alaska and Hawaii qualified for that too. Yeah. They're out they're out of acquaintances. So we have what forty some high peaks fourteen thousand feet above. We have all the rivers running out. And so this is a great place to really start manage the water. If you're in Austin, Texas. Kind of that opportunity are fifteen hundred square mile basin. Sorry, let me just finish star. Fifteen hundred square mile basin is a natural tunnel right down. The Arkansas river we go from fourteen thousand feet all the way down to four thousand five hundred feet. It's like whoosh. We just need a captured we need to manage. And that's and that's what they're doing raft ride. Hey, by the way, Jim what else is in Colorado. I do you know what else is income freight? I do legalized cannabis. That's right. There's a there's a s- water is important. There is a next. Hey, wait. I want to get you back on the air with us because obviously we're out of time today. But if you go to their website, go to two rivers, water dot com, just scroll down just about half of the pace. You see water on one side. And you see a thing called grow on the other sirocco, providing state of the art infrastructure four here, we go. Are there? Promise you'll come back here with our Wayne promise will come back on the air with us again. Because I think it'd be fantastic for you to spend some time with us. I think I think with respect to I think with respect to what you guys are doing. I don't think we were at a cast actually talk.
"dan working" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"You could have a live microphone in your house. It may not be sending the to day Amazon now. Right, right. And I, but to the larger point. Would you buy? Are we at the point now where you should think twice about buying any piece of sophisticated electronics used your phone, your computer. Yeah, I don't. Unless you know, you can do a complete wipe, but even then there could be some hardware thing that right in you're not aware of what does that mean? If someone's able to get in and monkey with the firmware, or you know, whatever. How do you know? How do you know you don't, you know, it's actually really interesting point. I think I think I have a little screenplay coming up about that. That'll that's good. Yes, react react, Amazon echos. I think we can definitely do something with that because if it's that easy to basically throw in a sim card and have key loggers and voice recorders on it, that's kind of fun. I like that. Deep thoughts for the day. Yeah. Yeah, I do. Wanna do a quick shout out to Dan tent. Ler was one of the great security guys out there. We got to hang out with him a bit at fireside. And so one of his talked, you didn't have his slides for the talk, which was kind of a bummer. But his talk was really fun. So we had some videos that I think I think Dave you sent me is I video? Yeah, I think like hundred fifteen bat shit, crazy things you can put on the internet, right? He's a great speaker in a really cool guy, so we'll have his Twitter linked up in the show notes, but definitely check out Dan's work, especially a show Dan work his. Yeah, it means stuff. Yeah. And the fact that you can basically, you know, fire up an Amazon instance in scan the entire internet on one port in about eight minutes for like a few bucks is pretty cool. Yeah, and Asli terrifying. Unbelievably terrifying. Guess the entire force base in in a few minutes that's nuts so, but he did get me. I'm going to go by the the show Dan, like you know, business package, which is forty, five dollars and gives you basically everything in the world with with notifications, and I cannot wait to play with show this is going to be this is going to be so much fun. All right. Well, we'll wait to get your report on that. As soon as I find my own camera on show Dan, you'll you guys will be the first to know. Of course, of course. That's amazing. All it comes full circle, doesn't it? It comes. All right. Gentlemen when that's what I have this week. I'm happy to have you guys back. Nice to talk to you again in. I'll talk to you next time. Ups and do. Well, we were talking about Amazon earlier and how they can do no wrong in the basically just continue to print money. Well, they're gonna sell, full-size Christmas trees, starting November ship direct to your door, ten days after being cut down. That's crazy. Live, Christmas trees, live Christmas trees, showing up at your door. Now I mitt that super convenient, but don't ruin the holidays..
"dan working" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And i'm just so ask however oakwood uh far ballack church uh leaving the judge who i understand really yes she wanted to go from a shadow of uh par show but also come i understand that was after we have just passed away and we all ship was up in the air and who was uh talked a woody johnson or even james ball and my by the team and i guess uh from where they spent bell cheques you i had a pretty good relationship robert kraft you'd go work for them then work for new jobs a bola fair rob listen i think it's a variety of different factors my friend i appreciate the call is always est ownership and the passing away on has played a role but i think more importantly bill bella check after coaching for years on the par cells with the giants dan working again with par cells with no went on for a year than the last couple of years with any archie said you now bill is still these looming factor within the organization and he's one of these guys that says am i stan in my coach in what am i doing it was jekyll and hyde offer plus and he wanted to forge his own pat ainu at bill parcells and that relationship in oil and was over and done with between craft and poor sales the bridge had not been burned the opportunity was there and sure enough bella check want a new way to earn an even as your family have they met the best decision he probably ever made in his professional career eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six it's time to welcome off pal jeff body in queens simple ball time without giovanni word too jerry jerry what's going on.
"dan working" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"In our lives both in professional and personal parts of our existence to phnom informed the competent you have to work through those challenges some things you can change some things you can't change you just have to be smart enough to deal with interested in there with your mom taught you sherry leaflets william are you told us earlier your mom tatiana about integrity how did she show you integrity interesting one one circumstance so someone over that paid us in in at a restaurant never couple of pennies there were leftover she made sure that the person got the money back and i said mom is just a couple of panties and she said now it's sits liam it's the the act more than the the amount that is important brian uh committee you you you said that you became a mechanical engineer you want the united states military academy uob became a few artillery officer offering technical things radio when did you first realize you had strum a tactical mind and how did that first manifest it started in elementary school i've enjoyed mathematics in high school i i enjoyed mathematics i who studied history but as a dovetailed through through the ages in my life five than working with numbers and math uh in just about every walk of my life military quincy rose two two which rank i was a major you're a major so he would you over from your military career that helps you run the business a lot of things that happened throughout my life flogged leadership is really important in in life it just doesn't apply to business but also on personal experiences and you had to be honest honest with all the people an honest with yourself the that's assessed the foundation for how you will interact with other people in common theme here that that resonate than its leadership obviously how young were you the first time you found yourself in a position of leadership probably when i was a cubs scale in a little group the dan working with the other guys in dan in things that.
"dan working" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"In our lives both in professional and personal parts of our existence to phnom formula commpany you have to work through those challenges some things you can change some things you can't change you just have to be smart enough to deal with interested in there with your mom taught you sherry what he quit william out he told us earlier your mom tatiana about integrity how did she show you integrity interesting one one circumstance so some one over the paid us in in at a restaurant never couple of pennies there were leftover she made sure that the person got the money back and i said mom is just a couple of pennies and she said now it's chips liam it's the the act more than the amount that is important bryant asked me to you you you said that you became a mechanical engineer you in the united states military kaddoumi uob became a few artillery off solving technical things you when did you first realize you had strum a tactical mind and how did that first manifest itself it started in elementary school i enjoyed mathematics in high school i i enjoyed mathematics eyles who studied history but as a dovetailed through through the ages in my life five working with numbers and math slow in just about every walk of my life military grand you rose to two which ranked i was a major you're a major so would you carry over from your military career that helps you run the business a lot of things that happened throughout my life club leadership is really important in in life it just doesn't apply to business but also on personal experiences and you have to be honest honest with other people and honest with yourself the that sets the foundation for how you will interact with other people in a common theme here that that resonates in its leadership obviously how young where you the first time you found yourself in a position of leadership promptly when i was the cubs scout in a little group the dan working with the other guys in.
"dan working" Discussed on This American Life
"But freddie in an attempt to help out gives bob exactly what he wants his first internet lead he tells bob go on back get dan dan works and the internet office so these words go get dan that's the signal for taking over an internet lane freddie raises his eyebrows at bob and now this had slowly like you got that bob misunderstands the q he gets to and from the internet office who comes up to the death to greet the customers and hand them off to bob who was suddenly disappeared no one knows where he went so freddie gives the customers to another salesmen a bewildered freddie comes over the dan pop king over there get your whatever come back when he got was wanted western busy come one he kept the effect retired told you i now i can't come right back by box up minutes later don't like to get daily come back in the takeover sale a clip dan doubts wanted to get him that's what the m does he comes in he gets the sale and then he gives a good a salesman so that no man he got the grizz yeah exactly three caught up i would it's hard to watch someone with a lot of experience berate someone with much less experience for not knowing matter there is a line from the movie glengarry glen rice you never open your mouth tino the shot is when you don't another shot it's not like you don't want another shot.
"dan working" Discussed on KELO
"The number to call the niger fillets six seven three three seven hundred we are at one of those days when you've died a lot of people have some people in both the dinah can't believe that came out of an accident alive earthquake tornado cat new catastrophes stop in had it been suffering so monthly wonder how they die or how they can digest it it's just a part of live right but now scientists are saying that you may be fully aware of your own death at least for a little while so call it an indy call it what you will but man people of his thinking about the possibility of being aware that i have died and then having you just amelie go away is uh is is feeling of helplessness i suppose go to jake in texas hijacked you're on ground zero no you're on ground zero go ahead yes hey kirk i am not a buddy after i presume iron i die outlook in a car could and and it happened on friday night and people that it may uh laguardia light ally talk about ten o'clock and they ran stop sign who have of them were killed in a car and the only thing i remember is having an expense dan work on new uh and then tom and my mom in orient nervous and medical center in my uncle to a doctor's and so i remember seeing them and my mom's cutting in.
"dan working" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Talk radio and mm do you he's with welcome back in his frankly voyager and we're waiting on deandre narra because he is the number one new york times best selling author of the blues zones and the blues zones of happiness is his new book lessons from the world's happiest people and i love dan's work japan is the founder of of blues owns which is an organization that helps americans live longer healthier happier lives in his his first book was on longevity in it led to his um twenty o five national geographic cover story the secrets of longlife m three national bestsellers the blues zones thrive in the blue zone solutions and so his work has just been a great a great opportunity for all of us to understand this centenarians in white people live longer what is it about sardinia what is it about oh can now a what is it about loma linda what is.
"dan working" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"In new mexico on a couple of others kate and also took part in helping director benchmark and standards for new mexico even i'll as far as the climate change goes i think i i tend to agree with the gentlemen who called previous mike hall our trickle away guard native his career quicko al gore and arrests have years it for moneymaking in politics power whatever and as far as creation versus revolutionary introduced a bill the legislature eighteen years ago holding in panic dan working in schools that uh allowance tunes to uh to share their own opinions and to ask ourselves regarding inflexible the wind will alqiri evolution likewise we don't censored education were supposed to i encourage art certain air in critical thinking noble in this sense you were teacher let me ask you this question because uh christopher risk oust he got a couple of phone calls from people specifically on the issue of creationism uh that they're public schools we can't be teaching religion in our public schools get can you have that discussion in your classroom mm without turning into a conversation of religion in a public outrage him either theory is a theory which includes speak bang evolution creation intelligent design and like again like i shared work to foster a critical ankle and knock you serve your insurance james let the make up their own meiring based on our information now in back we have a scientist los alamos candy affairs we have one mobile gear for the legislature in class and this is what we try to do is encourage critical thinking and good decisionmaking all right so what the weight the the way the secretary in the permanent and the department of public education is dealing with this issue in terms of not trying to exclude anything but include as much as you want you you appreciate that you as a teacher you you're a you appreciate that perspective oca absolutely absolutely we need to present to all and goals of the topic adding curry show intelligent decisionmaking okay is all about a belinda thank you uh thank you very much reform.
"dan working" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I want to clarify is that you actually suffered two uh head injuries in quick succession because he was slept down as you described pulled up and slept down again on a different side of the head this is something we sometimes you feel thomas secondary impacts syndrome sis which is far far worse than one alone or two in a very different timeframe from each other okay let's go to your process of trying to recover what it what were you thinking like a day to off to the incident did you think you going to be okay yeah uh so i spent pretty much miss the night in hospital obviously uh then released me i didn't have any broken bones by miracle they said by because the mere fact of possibly how it hit me in house off the ground was at the time and the shape that i was in its spared me from certain damage there are more concerned about the internal damage softtissue arise uh i hid went back into work that morning believe it or not i had a a mission that only i could have done on the computer sign of the house and i had to get it done so i trudged dan i bled through my shirt dan work i again the kind of fog in out on they sent me home early obviously and i'm biting my tongue knocks two rebuke you because you and i have discussed this topic in the past is going to keep quiet go there i uh i worked through most of the day i only here like i can only remember voices it was just the fog i worked in apparently i got my job done and it was successful because everyone was happy ah in the field but uh i am the try having to take a week off just as kind of recover carr's things can slowly starting to fall apart with me but i didn't think that it was going to linger i thought it just got my bell wrong as you would hear out in the eye out in athletic laws and that kind of stuff so uh it was probably about two months later after just slow decline gene of one simple method or another growing after this after that annan's about two months i just.
"dan working" Discussed on WCTC
"Infield plays a doubleplay deaf justin trap holding on miller at second who now back off a bit japan from the stretch the one one swung on admit alk tipped that's it gets a piece of it as the ball slowly roles to the backstop and account now wanted to employ japan would love to get a strike out here strikeout or groundball either one he'll take it koga less be awaits on deck in less p is threeforthree today with an rbi at a pair of doubles a very dangerous batter awaits on deck so it should dan working against sitting here with the tying run at second base in a one one ballgame bottom of the seventh inning banned from the belts and he'll spin around and stared millard back toward second no went to speak of ideal fueled conditions again we had a game time temperature seventy seven degrees down here in texas so we don't have to deal with that texas eat we did for the first five games of this series but plenty of pressure on rodney chabanne right here the one to slider she as mrs inside i'll chabanne dried zoo full benson there he wasn't biting out a breaking ball they're just missed inside an account runs even the you into but you don't wanna walk benson balking benson were put the winning run in scoring position for the hot hitting coca less be awaiting on deck so chabanne intently focused here on benson a two thirty nine better entering this ball game five ulm runs twenty seven rbi now adam died he asked for time it's granted by the homeplate umpire reggie litigants dented as five runsbattedin already in this series but again he went over five last night at a piece it in the first pair groundout since that point somerset with lava ground ball once again chabanne comes set the 22 swing at a strikefree huge strike out there for roddy chabanne and other skaters are down to their final out japan's simply overpowers joe benson right their kids them down swigging might a tip that ball into adam done he's glove either way we now have to away here in the bottom of the sudden it's the last out with which to work for sugarland and up to the plate will come koga less be gillespie again he is threeforthree today a pair of doubles both of them have gone opposite field also had an rbi single in.
"dan working" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe
"Go daddy initially was thinking about rolling efsa together with go dirty marketing but it seems to be slow growing sle standing on its own and they've kept it as is a strong and fund brand so of course the sale give you an opportunity to pursue other things explore other things and i think that is one of the things that brought you to teacup analytics what is teacup analytics sure absolutely well having worked with small businesses for about eight or nine years with mad mimi i heard so much for them about them wanting to understand their audience on their website how many people coming and i thought well accurately simplify google analytics i felt that i had a knack for simplifying data and i both teacup analytics to to simplify the website data for a small business now when i i i think you mentioned to me teacup analytics but then i also heard about teacup from the folks over at e casal and i think dan might have been telling me about and i thought wall case all dean's working on at dan's working on it what's the relationship going on between the levitt and dandy ksm you give them your dan i'm sure luke a teacup was built in hawaii by the team at i keizo and i initially well we've made some changes since then but the the brain of all our our data processing one thing we do that's really specialist qualitative.
"dan working" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"To marin wherever else i've bump into down in newport so basically americana go down there with my gizmo hopefully records proper i was just about to say i i think of big stumbling block here mike be technical difficulties you may or may not ensue i you know i'm pretty good at that stuff even though i don't tell anyone and i've had this recorder for a while see now you're jinx inaugurnat ono now because i checked it today and i tried to do some troubleshooting just to make should be okay gusting testing a little bit of that vernon meanwhile you are on no i did not but i don't think i can't i don't even think there's one in bern is obviously alleged allegeant but in terms of impersonations or impressions i dunno i think he's just pretty straightforward it sounds like a madman or a royal musburger type situation or a marburg also again i look back on but here's the thing that i don't know with burn is the i don't know if he's doing this thing and then to the airport and then heading back to denver colorado springs i think he's based out of so i am thinking this is all going to happen tomorrow i am hopeful that that is the case because just talking to me even dan your came in and go one courses great novel walking into one today i hear dancer you can have vern he was he was gonna wa again it sits golf guy gov that's true guy in your can the rest of the country clubbers by god they don't need the seattle spilled are not saying that they need support i asked you and your aren't you don't need the blueprint burns come i should've asked dan yorke and i know that sounds i work here and dan works here could have easily done zone horses idiot.
"dan working" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"So yeah you know he he did it he did it out of eleven a passion for the business what about some backyard wrestling heavy discussed with fence milan will what what it sound like events but lam was giving some sort of advice about backyard wrestling got dan working on a trampoline i don't get it hey i think everybody guys doing stupid shift the didn't know what they were doing the immediate phil like it's just goss having fun or trying to express themselves or did you take offense like they were making a mockery the business no it wasn't about making a mockery of the business it was simply about people doing things that they work trained to do that were dangerous thinking with the mindset will wrestling spe this is all fake we do this we're not going to get hurt i say so just take that as a the seriousness of the danger lightly right in doing and doing things that could paralyse amon and even kill in the past ponca said that the c m in sam park stands for different things chicago made chick bag nick cookie monster crooked moon salt chuck mosley charles montgomery charles manson and more and more and more uh what did you understand the c m to stand for nc in pong well from his own mouth he told me that it was check magnet and he was given that name because the tag team and it just stuck in aegis never change it after all those years and it was that simple uh there's lots of room aren't any window out there on the internet that.