32 Burst results for "Danton"

"danton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"danton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"State and the way that he had the patience. And then all of a sudden, he's like, wait, wait, wait, wait. Who is this guy? Why is he leading the league? Ricky in a year. He's like, where did he come from? He's a good running back. That's where he came from. But I heard this today on the broadcast Blake. As far as his patience, doesn't he remind you of Le'Veon bell? When you watch him run, just the patients, the hopping around and then see the whole boom, go. Le'Veon bell. To me, Le'Veon had such an ability to like, when he was at his prime. Oh, man. He could stand still. Yeah. He literally would stand still sometimes. Not move. That's what they teach all right. Move your feet. You've got to move your feet to go somewhere. You know what I'm saying? Keep your feet moving. Keep your feet driving. Did I lay beyond bell? Look, I'll just stand back here and wait for y'all to just run past me. You know what I'm saying? He was in his prime. He was special. He was there. He was really dead. He was special. He was really, really. There I remember. I remember laughing out loud with Mark. Then Tony, right? Mark danton. No, Mark d'antonio, Mark dantonio. I get that wrong every time Mark day Antonio, who's a head coach at Michigan state at the time. Little brother. He was, I was reading in the newspaper. It shows how long ago this was. I was reading in a newspaper. And he was shocked. He said it was, quote, shocked that Le'Veon bell was going to forgo his senior season and go to the NFL. First of all, this is they lost 5 games this year. What are you talking about? Of course he's going to go to the selfish. Of course he's going to go to the league. I'm not coming back out. If I could leave and I know I'm an NFL guy, I'm not coming back after 5 losses. I'm not coming back after 5 losses. If my son of Cameron goes to college and he's a junior, he'll only go dad. What should I do? Okay, do you want to lose four or 5 games again next year? Do you want to go to the NFL and get paid by a bad team to probably lose 8 or 9? And then get better from there. You make the choice on, but I wouldn't go back after 5 losses. That's my game, bro I'm just a little bit. You mean to tell me I could play a football over here for free. I could play football over here and get paid. Yeah. And look the dream. All these guys have this dream of what not all, but most of these guys out here, their dream is to go to NFL. You don't ever hear such a such turn down the NFL or turn down the combine inviter. No, man, if I get invited to the combat, I'm going if I get invited to complain NFL, I'm going. You find out that you hear very, very rarely. There was the one guy from Florida state who went off to be some type of just talking about Myron role. Yeah, there you go. Doctorate third, but his nuclear physicists are stories a little interesting. If I would implore you to do a little research on it because while he did essentially eschew the NFL to go be a rose scholar and doctor, he did want to play football as well. It seems as if it's a weird thing. I don't like guys who are smart playing football, but anyway, I got to get out of here. We'll come back on dumb football. I guess so, bro but we'll get into the uncle VJ's corner coming up next. Vijay, everybody's excited to hear who the vanilla brother of the week will be coming up next box for Saturday. Are you ready? Are you ready? Your college football season is flying by. Oh my goodness, touchdown, touchdown

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"danton" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"danton" Discussed on The One You Feed

"One you feed dot net slash join. You got another one minute, two minutes? Sure. If you promise me to send me a reading list about the French Revolution because it seems like you've read more than I have. I primarily listen to a podcast, are you familiar with the revolutions podcast? Yes, but I haven't heard their series yet on the French Revolution. It's like 40 hours. It's more than you really need to know, but once I started, I couldn't stop. I also read a novel. So I love fiction, but I read a novel by a woman named Hilary mantel. She wrote wolf hall, about Thomas Cromwell, and Louis the 8th, but she also wrote about robespierre de Mulan and danton from the perspective of their family. So it's historical fiction, but it's kind of from their families. It's a fascinating book. Oh, that sounds so good. I think you'd love it. All right, so this is my last question. You sort of alluded to it there, but you say that you think that humanity is maturing. I'd love to explore that a little bit. Some people vehemently disagree with that. I actually think I'm on your side. I think we actually are maturing as long as we're alive as a species long enough to continue it, which is a little worrisome with climate change, but talk to me about why you think we're maturing. I think a lot of that is due to this emerging healing generation. I think there are just a lot of people who are basically exhausted by suffering, exhausted by dissatisfaction. And not only are they individually exhausted by it, but they're also seeing that being miserable is going out of style. Like, you know, wellness has become this really popular thing. And it's more acceptable to go meditate to go see a therapist. You know, if you need a psychiatrist to go get a psychiatrist and get, you know, whatever it is that you need that's going to help you take steps forward in your life. Positive steps forward. And I think out of that, there's going to be more people who are not only going to change the way that they behave on the individual level, but it's going to affect their work. It's going to affect the institutions that they're a part of. It's going to affect who they vote for. It's going to just affect the way that they see the world, and they're going to allow their compassion to become more expansive. Because I really believe that if your self love is real, it has to open a door to unconditional love to all beings. Because the two are just so deeply intertwined.

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Heinen's goal ignites late surge, Penguins top Rangers 7-4

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Heinen's goal ignites late surge, Penguins top Rangers 7-4

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Crosby scores, gets support, Penguins beat Hurricanes 4-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Crosby scores, gets support, Penguins beat Hurricanes 4-2

"Tristan Jarry turned back forty one shots and the penguins beat the hurricanes for the first time in three tries this season for detail we had two really close games with them before and I think we want to make this one count I think this was kind of our last crack at them and we don't want to lose a third one term I think it meant a lot to us because we might play them in the playoffs is to have that great game and play a full sixty minutes role players Brian Boyle Danton Heinen and Zach Aston Reese provided goals with Aston Reese and Sidney Crosby getting empty netters cross the reached the twenty goal mark for the fourteenth time Carolina lost in regulation for just the second time in twelve games and he runs have finished with nineteen saves for the canes who lead the metropolitan division by six points over the pants I'm Jeanne fairy

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Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Malkin has goal, 2 assists as Penguins beat Lightning 5-1

"Evgeni Malkin had a goal and two assists for the penguins in a five one something in the lightning Sidney Crosby Danton Heinen Brock McGinn a J. cancel also scored as Pittsburgh won for the eighth time in its last nine road games Tristan Jarry stopped twenty shots for the pens Andrei vasilevskiy made thirty five saves and peer Edward Bellemare scored for the lightning who had a five game winning streak snapped Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper was given a game misconduct for arguing with officials with fifty three point seven seconds remaining in the second period I'm Dave Ferrie

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"danton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 10 months ago

"danton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Caroline Hyde in Boise And the headquarters of micron and I want to continue our ongoing conversation We've actually been having it for about four hours now about supply chain issues The chip crunch One welcome Joanne feeny She's a partner advises capital management for another show in a portfolio manager of course Also joined by Bloomberg's Ian king who covers all things chips for us has helped educate me as to what is necessary to potentially look through what is right now A supply chain headache that doesn't seem to be changing any time soon In talk to us first and foremost about why some thought 2022 would be the time that prices would fall off that we'd actually start to see maybe a rightsizing as supply demand but it doesn't seem to be happening quite yet Yeah I mean it really does depend who you speak to and which sector you're talking about A lot of the industry said second half of 2022 things begin to get better But then we're hearing a lot of talk about people saying well perhaps we don't get back to balance in certain products until 2023 A lot of that has to do with who you are and what you're asking for And I think a lot of people will point to the automotive industry as being the biggest victims because frankly they were late to realize that they had a problem and they were late and they had to join sort of the end of the queue to get what they needed Jovan you'll take as an investor about the boom bust cycle because right now we're hearing this cool not only from the administration looking to see government putting billions 50 billion to work to incentivize companies to build supply here in the United States but already people looking at what's going to come on tap by 2023 Are we going to see a sudden flood of supply Are we once again going to back and go back into the boom bust cycle of previous Yeah great question Caroline And hello and IE and nice to see you again Clearly we are still at a point where demand is far out stripping supply And that's simply because it takes a long time to build these fats This middle of this year we're going to have more fats come online So we'll start to see the supply that is needed But yeah it looks like the real influx of supply as those fabs ramp up isn't going to be until 2023 Whether that leads to a bust I think at this point it's pretty unlikely If you look at how many cars are being produced relative to the pandemic we're still well below that number And then add to that the fact that content per car has risen And then you take that and you spread it around the rest of the economy whether it's in households and the amount of chips there medical equipment factory automation the use of robotics I mean there's just such a big increase in content But I think it's going to take actually quite a long time for supply to catch up to demand And so I don't anticipate a bust anytime soon The subsidy from the U.S. government could complicate matters because that means that the industry is going to be bigger than they would be if left to their own devices And that does mean over capacity at some point but it's going to take a number of years before we get to that And this is of course the overcapacity that many know and understand and the companies desperately try to fine tune and avoid But from your perspective with the government incentives that are being talked of will you see a shift towards at least more supply being grown in the United States where we see less risk to supply chains going forward as we've had in the past Well I mean that is the argument being made by executives who essentially want government to help subsidize their expansion plans It makes complete sense that you would ring that bell and get the attention of politicians get them behind that But when you actually look at the amount of money being deployed and whether that will ultimately have the kind of impact that the politicians are hoping for it remains to be seen I mean just compare the numbers right 52 billion from the U.S. over 5 years versus 40 billion being budgeted by TSMC alone this year That gives you an example of really how little the national governments are deploying in terms of capital and really tells you that they probably don't understand the long-term sort of requirements and commitments they're in a needed Joanne to that point the investment decision you therefore make is it do you want to be investing in companies that are maybe taking on short term incentives but longer term less economic sense than producing out of Asia It is exactly right It's not going to be a big incremental addition and moreover The subsidies to the companies to build these fabs means that they're depreciation costs would be lower than other ones So they'll have a little bit of a buffer And probably even more importantly is how the industry has changed over the last decade or so The chips are used now in a much wider variety of locations And so it tends to be less cyclical than it was primarily PCs and servers So that helps to smooth out some of the cyclical problems that we run into in the past with this industry And even beyond that just think about again that rise in content that's coming I don't think the U.S. subsidy is really going to add all that much Again on the margin yeah we'll probably get a extra capacity to be in the U.S. but that's also not going to eliminate the risk of shortages Look what happened this time around It was the auto sector that chose to cancel their orders because they thought demand for cars was going to go away at the beginning of a pandemic That led to their shortage problem They couldn't get back in line fast enough And so you know and the big shock of how behavior changes as a COVID that really increased the demand for everything with chips in it Those shocks can happen no matter what the government does but having a bit more reliance on U.S. factors at least will limit our exposure potentially to some political risk set around Well said I 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Sidney Crosby scores 499th, Penguins rally past Bruins 4-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Sidney Crosby scores 499th, Penguins rally past Bruins 4-2

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Sidney Crosby records 2 assists, Penguins beat Capitals 4-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Sidney Crosby records 2 assists, Penguins beat Capitals 4-2

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"danton" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

"I mean, cell phone you can actually afraid it. So, I mean. That is so with the logistics that goes on right now. I don't even know how to container works, you know, with a shipment. So I would say that. Yeah. Maybe a year or so. And they're all probably stuck right off the LA bay right now. Yeah. And I think that by the time you by the time they start shipping, Intel will still be at 14 nanometer. Well, you know what, speaking of the processor once again, specifically, this is a question that I thought of while you were presenting, I wanted to ask it during the thing, but it's okay. We have you here. So the pentatonic 2000 with all of these high end specifications that it supports. The thing is not all TVs really support that just in case of their hardware. So it might be a 60 hertz panel, for example, or it might be not even a four K panel. Do you have other processors? Or is it just this one that then gets downscaled based upon what the OEM provides? Do you have other, let's say mid tier pentatonics that are out there in the wild or going to be out there in the wild? So today's depend on 2000 is the first member of the family of the pentatonic families. But going forward, we see that actually, we see this increase in CPU performance pervasive all across the entire next generation of TV associates. We do not understand how a software developer actually to motivate a software developer to develop software, they don't want to optimize the software across the entire course range of the TV. Because they want to run one software running on four K 60, four K one 20. Same CPU performance, same graphics performance. So we have to make that drive. I think now it's like 65 70% of the market. We need to make that move to give the platform for the software developers to actually enjoy the platform with scalable performance without a deal with all this cost optimization. And of course, it means a lot of the technologies that Alfred introduced with the pentatonic 2000 whether it's the picture quality enhancements, the AI technologies. We will be migrating those down to different tiers of products. Video pipeline might be a four K video pipeline, not an 8 K video pipeline or a CPU GPU performance might scale whatever. But the idea is yes that we already ship products in all of these tiers. We will, of course, be introducing new products later. Got it. Okay, yeah. That was my question. Because whether or not the one 2000 is going to be in everything, and it just is up to the Ohio. It's really a flagship. This is really a flagship. This will be on the high end, the highest entity. Perfect. Listen, I'm glad here's the thing. I'm glad it will be because the TV in my bedroom is 5 K it's a $5000 television. And I have, all right, it disconnects from Wi-Fi all the time. It's just that. If I'm going to pay that amount of money for a television, I want that thing to talk to me. I wanted to make my coffee. I wanted to treat me nicely. AI technology will only get us so far so good. Here's the thing. I mean, the fact that you're the fact that all this horsepower will enable AI capabilities from how I'm assuming that because of how AI can improve photography on a phone today, I assume that that's also going to play a major role in picture quality for the television, correct? Absolutely. Okay. Because for me, it's that. So I guess it's not just the horsepower. You also have the AI engine and the G picture quality improvements, noise reduction, super scaling, all that kind of. So we use AI in many different fashions, picture quality one. We use AI in audio, how many times you go to a TV to listen to news and all of a sudden, somebody advertise cars, and the volume just go pick out. Oh my God. So we can use AI to detect that and also balance the audio volume, for example. For the audio impair, I mean, people that, you know, in certain age, they can not actually listen to a dialog and an Aussie environment. We can actually sort out call voice dialog operations and actually danton customize the background audio so that you can actually hear the dialog. There are a lot of technology that we use AI to explore, but we haven't deployed, but you can see that there's a lot of stuff to come, searching. Basically, to search contents, and only just limit by Netflix or CSP OTTs, but also linear TVs, right? And also contents related to a particular topics, including YouTube user generated contents. So make search of contents more useful. More easy to use. It's all about making a TV useful to you. Personalized to you. You would say that pentatonic would enable much better smart TVs than what we know. Instead of just considering the typical smart TV that we know we could say that this will enable super smart TVs pretty much. Like you have all the power. I think that, first of all,.

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"danton" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Like there was that one game where they basically just feel their HL team and be the leaf 7 one. And if anything like that's almost more entertaining, because I'm just like, man, this is like the only organization that can pull shit like this off where just like they have Rodriguez's scoring a bunch of goals and danton hyneman and they're just lighting it up and you're like, what is going on? I think we just haven't seen it enough for us. We get this year, right? He's only been alive for a couple of games. He's clearly working his way back into game form. So we'll see. I'm willing to bump them up more once Crosby's at full health and molk and eventually comes back and they actually have a full lineup. But you're right, for right now, it's like only maybe for the defensive purists and guys who just like people who were really love four checks, maybe maybe out of payments can be higher, but for us, I think it's fair to have in this low. 20 6 is next on my list, I believe. I have the New York islanders. 26. Skip a few? Well I've already done a bunch of my low ones. I guess I have 27. I have $2700 Blackhawks. So I actually should we should do them for us. I don't even know what to say about this. It feels gross watching them and so I have to admit I haven't watched much Chicago Blackhawks hockey this season. As a result, especially over the past couple of weeks, they've obviously been playing better since their coaching change. And DBD, but yeah, it seems like the on ice product is kind of doing a deep dive on it right now just seems a bit ridiculous. Yeah, yeah, I feel that, I mean, I have at 28. I have the senators. They're rebuilding team. I'll give them credit for that. They've got some nice young pieces that I'm interested in and seeing how that develops. And I think that they can be an entertaining team on any given night. But I just don't have I think they don't have the poll really to prioritize them over some of these other rebuilding teams that are making more traction. So they're in there. I will say Matt Murray watching him is an adventure, any night. So I do, I might, I might give them a few extra watchability points, Matt Murray's a net just for the sake of seeing what might happen with him between the pipes. So they're there, and then if you want to catch up at 27, I have the Columbus blue jackets. I think that blue jackets have some of my least favorite uniforms in the league, not crazy about their entire branding. They lose some intrigue without Patrick Lin a in the lineup. And I have like I have a general curiosity as to what they are right now and where they are, but beyond that, I don't think that there are all that crazy exciting to watch. I have them at 25 and I've actually enjoyed watching them play this year. They're actually kind of sneaky fun. It's kind of a ragtag group of veterans and young players and you're heading into the year. I had no idea what to expect..

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Comeback Cats: Florida, down 2 late, rallies to top Pens 5-4

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Comeback Cats: Florida, down 2 late, rallies to top Pens 5-4

"The Panthers raced a late two goal deficit and defeated the penguins five four on Carter Haiti's gold ninety seven seconds into overtime the pens were up four two until Aaron Ekblad scored the late two goals to extend the game for he also finished with two goals and Sergei Bobrovsky made forty three saves for Florida including a breakaway stop in O. T. the Panthers have won their last eight season opening home games Jeff Carter got his four hundredth career goal for Pittsburgh and Danton Heinen scored for the second straight game Evan Rodrigues also tallied for the pens but was stopped in O. T. I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Jarry has 26 saves, Penguins beat Lightning 6-2 in opener

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Jarry has 26 saves, Penguins beat Lightning 6-2 in opener

"Tristen Jori stopped twenty six shots to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a six two win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning in the season opener Tuesday night in Tampa a Pittsburgh club without their captain Sidney Crosby controlled play for much of the game the penguin struck twice early in the second period Danton Heinen opened the scoring Brian Boyle at the second for Pittsburgh Dominik seem on we get the eventual game winner midway through the third that's really get there when the when the first one and having it was it was emotional big big game and yeah really really happy that we we made it Anthony cerulean Alex killorn finally got Tampa Bay on the board teddy blooper Evan Rodriguez and Bryan rust each got empty netters for Pittsburgh Baltimore so Cano Tampa

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"danton" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

Latino Rebels Radio

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio

"Usa and center for immigration studies. Which is you know. They created all these name. They were very smart right. They create these names that sound very like center for immigration. Studies like this bunch of academics. That are trying to look at this holistically. When in fact it is white nationalist propaganda but that specific example hossan of trump like they literally. That was the message. That was the immigration message right. Yeah it was a wishlist. It was their wish list. And it was turned into policy by guys like stephen miller. I ask yourself the question. Trump doesn't know immigration. He didn't know what tps did for him but he doesn't know it. Stephen miller didn't either besides a brief introduction while he was working in the office of jeff sess jeff sessions and before trump became president right. Who was it that was telling him where the buttons were press and where the levers to pull to transform the immigration system into a deportation machine was danton organization. They've had these policies locked and loaded for the last forty years. There hasn't been a change. You take someone like jeff sessions. You take someone. People need to look at the heritage foundation. Which at the time you know one one another clear example..

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"danton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"There's a lot of mechanics a lot of choreography. In fact yeah i kind of do. It's sort of a fussy It's sort of like you know. And it was a little bit of martin. Short like his little dances. And you know somewhere in the spectrum of fossey and like a peewee herman Sounds indeed overwhelming with sexual it. It is undeniably It's like a. it's like a visual aphrodisiac. When you have a bunch of mar-a-lago guests and employees looking your way a hypnotized and radha sized. I think yes exactly. Yeah they're either radically aided paralyzed by terror and pure sexual To the latian you know. And what what's the Kind of biblical. Who does the dance. sexy danton angie hypnotizing people. I'm not sure it is. I never well in russian and like a couple of pages never read the bible insider. No but yeah oh sure you know either. This picture anciently from ancient times doing sexy dance for the king Wow well that's you. That's me and that. Yeah and that's the energy. I bring When i why did you why did you get there. Why did you go there. You not trump supporters fires. I remember absolutely not unless that bright..

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"danton" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"I'm sean convey. Danton parties were huge. Hookups were huge. Everyone just seemed to be doing everything with each other and yet i always kind of felt like i wasn't doing it right. There are certain ideas that send the media into a panic. One of them is hookup. Culture college students are quote unquote hooking up. Cook up hook up hook hookup culture where people can just be sitting in a cafe and find someone to hook up with you. Buying this kids are more sexual than ever. It might seem that hookups rampant in college but students are actually not having more sex than their parents did a generation ago. Something has changed though not in what students do or what they don't do but in how they think hookups are decided they not about finding any sort of romantic connection and suggesting that it should be or that one is doing it for that reason is tantamount to breaking a social role in hookup culture. This casual sex on the one hand and emotional intimacy on the other. Never to sean meet so when you know you hook up with someone that you actually really liked and you really wanted to be with them and then they don't text you back and so it's over. A students taught college in september in the united states. Many are returning to import classes sleeping in dorms going to parties all after a pandemic year of virtual learning staying at home social isolation. How does that affect the way they interact. Make friends and even hook up today. We bring you an episode from 2017 about how hookup culture affects young people at the end will update you on how that culture has changed.

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"danton" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

"It is so wonderful and now slowly bringing pumps to get in front of your heart. I'm very grateful for this moment. Be grateful for your practice. Be grateful for this place and also be grateful for the and his beautiful teachings the same time makers stone diminish to practice dismayed At least ten minutes may be you may all the living beings be will be happy be peaceful slowly new. let's start our danton practice Page number four. Let's turn together does Bugaboo to hottle some Some boot does Nominal does goober to throw some some does Normal does By gerber tokyo auto. Some some does But done sada on gut Me dumb munson.

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"danton" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast

WHOA That's Good Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast

"Know. I think getting into this fight. It felt very overwhelming. Because forty point three million people. How am i going to make a danton that you know. What am i going to do to save. Forty point three million people. That's a lot of people but what makes it. I don't want to say worthwhile. But what keeps us going is knowing that even just one life is worth fighting for and so. That's kind of what we're doing right now. And and that's just a very significant way of how i think god turned a really big trial into a very great triumph for his glory. Absolutely and yeah. I love that so much. Thank you for sharing i. Just there's so much in that story. That i was thinking of as you were telling it and i love mr rogers and have you ever heard. He says that whenever he was kid he was scared. He's been a lotta time with a lot of fears when he was a kid and he said his mom always said look for the helpers and i love that as you share that story you you don't just tell the part you tell the story of the girl that helps that roll down her window and let you in the car and i think that's so powerful and how that inspired you to do what you're doing now How you know also thinking about this. That was a traumatic experience. And i think a lot of in this room. I'm sure have gone through experiences. That are traumatic. That might lead us to like live in arte rather than go. Do what you do right now. Say okay well. I'm not going to be in cities anymore. I'm going to drop by myself anymore. And to live in a play that place of fear or the what if or what could have happened. How did you kind of come to the other side of that and now you mentioned counseling. What what brought you to the other side of that fear corey..

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"danton" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast

Scary Spirits Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast

"Yeah but he's always had bad breath but all the other things kinda trip that's brother for you. They tell sam. That michael is a vampire and corey. Feldman tells him to get a good sharp stick and drive it right through his heart. Sam says he can't do that and they offered to come over and do a forum. He's his brother. Yeah he's gonna have a hard time doing that next. We see michael danton on the ceiling. Yes he's on. The ceiling was room and he's struggling to get downs. Yeah he floats up to the ceiling. Unawares it wakes him up when he hits the ceiling and then he tries to fly out the window trying to get out the window. I think he's trying to which would seem to me to be very risky. If you're full of helium and you're gonna flow. Why would you go out to. I don't know then mom calls and she's talking to sam and she wants to know what all the noise is. She says it's not michael is it. We see michael flaying outside. The sam's room right by sands with something barely staying in the adults. Don't pay any attention to him. Fine all right. We probably need to explain that so when you had a landline back in the day you could just pick up another phone and be able to speak with whoever was on the line took up another phone in the house anywhere in the house. Yes you had three phones in your house than three people could be on the phone at the same time talking in the that silly three way calling us picked up the damn phone so yeah all your siblings could pick up quietly. Pick up the phone. Conversations had siblings right. I did well or your mom. Your mom or dad. Dad would do that most lom but anyway. That's another antique thing then. Sam tells his mom to come home. Michael is gonna kill me which again. Not so uncommon with siblings. Of course mom is calling from her dinner..

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"danton" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"To win this is chaining too hard. We're in hell. That is amazing. His kick was too hard. He was too good in this match. The rainy leaned into him by the way. Watch this again just. He kicked him hard by the way we played this. Whole thing pat judo. I've never taken a moment check. John data danton stone. Is there a rule that you can't kick them is there a hardness intensity kick rule his. I'm sorry yes you can kick them in the head but you have to kick him in the head softly. Alright you can punch him in the stomach but you can't knock the wind out of them. They removed that guy on a stretcher with an oxygen mask again on. My gosh you can kick in the leg. But you can't leave a bruise. But that's that's a tough sport right there. How do you how sport you gotta be. They removed the gold medal from that guy and gave it to the other guy because he kicked him too. Hard an unchecked attack again. Iranian dude was leaning into him. I don't understand the rules at all. And what we just saw there was was the the full gamut of my experience. Judo so obviously have no idea what i'm talking about. But what a stupid sport if you can kick sherard. Maybe somebody can clarify that for us. Is there a rule that you can't kick hard. Yeah that match with a clip is about five minutes long and it was just a. I mean they were dancing around and stuff. I mean. it's pretty energetic. So it's entertaining but it's ultimately stupid if you can be disqualified for kicking someone too hard off. Wow we're in the wrong world man wrong dimension. It's a lot like the nfl thing with the quarterbacks you tackled him to heart You landed on him. Okay yeah. I wrap my arms around him like you're supposed to do when i tackled him. Where am i supposed to land. Well you're supposed to set him on one of the hundred mattresses. We have available to you on rider yards here. I gotta bring it with me. Yes and lineup with the mattress on my best then. I have to flip it around. And put it behind the quarterback as i'm tackling correct and if the quarterback head is hanging off even the slightest off of the mattress Hit the showers get out. Yeah the fifty yard penalty now and you. You're disqualified from the from ever playing again. Wait i never get to play football again. If the quarterbacks head doesn't land like perfectly on the mattress yes yes well. That's sucks and in judo. You can't kick people to art now. If you kick them too soft he will get the point But if you you have to kick them too hard you know that's like that's like the papa bear then there's The momma bear where you could come to soft and you don't get the point you have to kick him lake the baby bear. Just right you have to kick him just right three points. Maybe they're kick read never seen or heard such thing in my life. Wow okay let me tell you what keeps you. Got a million reasons to be stressed out these days right Stressing out about your male pattern. Baldness your receding hairline. That doesn't have to be one of the things you're stressed out about. The good news is keeps can help you keeps offers. The same doctor recommended generic Fda approved hair loss treatment. But they are the generic versions. So you don't pay even half as much as with the brand names. It's a great deal and you're also gonna love the fact that you don't have to go anywhere to do to do this. You just do it online you you just answer a few questions. Post a few pictures of your hair. Then a licensed doctor goes over all the info and will recommend the right hair loss treatment for and you can check in with the mini time. Anytime they're.

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"danton" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Is about to bite you. We're evolutionary prepared to even certain ways just as dogs are different than dogs and they don't necessarily like like the chest to chest contact like he's talking about right or like i contact in the same way or you know. We're we're so attuned to verbal communication and much less as to body language. Apparently that puts us it a disadvantage of talking with dogs and then with us how much time we spend teaching everyone. I contact super important. You've got to look at everyone in the i. If you're like oh. I assume my skills as someone who works maybe autistic individuals working on. I contact her. I assume the dogs will be the same right. Tgi contact it's very important. I give you teach your dog at the or you're just constantly looking at a dog in the they're going to eventually get upset especially dog. Who doesn't know you or a dog who's coming to your baby and my dogs very aggressive. Let me teach it. I contact let me look at him straight in the i let him know who's boss. That's where you're going to find problems. Because the dog doesn't think of eye contact we think of eye contact the sign of respect or communication. So in in the. I wanna say that you know like this kind of hub is not you know the arms around the neck of is not welcome in dogs. Dogs do in their own way like my dog when she wants. Unlike backs braches rates will sit yourself in there and she'll put her head right underneath my neck and i'm like sitting there. She's like. This is what i want but only wants it right like hiking. Maneuver her into that into that position. So it's like on her terms right by in there her whole body stiffens right. She tries to back away but on her terms. She'll go in for a good. But not like i don't put my arms rock that i just give them especially when you wanna her hug your drugs you stay right in the face and like stick your hand like right towards your mouth like do up here at my one of my one of my favorite sentences in chapter is the if humans are a bit slow about refining individuals signals that dogs and we're down right and dance the ones we generate ourselves right. Yeah and that's just next to things like eye contact even in other primates eye contact is like aggressive in the way that it is only for humans that eye contact is mike danton chimps but generally in the animal kingdom especially mammals and primates. Even eye contact is not a signal and re being social in one evening. Social with our dogs engage in really strong. And that's a signal that a dog has to learn to tolerate for us. We're like they're gonna get you consistently say oh i don't look at my dog like 'cause they don't are comfortable with it but there's hundreds of people out there that are gonna make eye contact with the dog on so like it's very very very important and it's one of those places where you know like as a society. We talked about dog sharing our spaces safely. That's where a lot of the problems come from. Is that people not only engaging lot of random behavior that adult might not be comfortable with but then the way that they were strong to the dog walking out. taint aggressive or problematic and This is like this is exactly that kind of thing where the as behavior is this is what we have to work on whether it's ourselves or Like what we are doing. Our jobs involves a lot of self regulation and changing and also meeting other people to do it too. Yeah thanks so much for listening to our special preview of the other end of the leash book club. Remember if you want to hear the full to our discussion. Just go to patriarch dot com slash inside track to subscribe at our premium ten dollar level to get access to the whole thing plus to earn to see for listening. We'll be back with another episode. Non book club episode Later in the week but until then responding by.

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"danton" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Support for this podcast comes from facebook. The world of skateboarding is changing with more skaters than ever coming together on social platforms to do amazing. New things. Like in ghana. Where joshua oh danton created ghana's first skate crew on what's at then teamed up with sandia lebeau on instagram and expanded it from a small community inspired by skaters abroad to a culture that now inspire skaters and fashion east is all over the world and return. We changed the game when we find each other to learn. More about joshua zandi story visit facebook dot com slash. Change the game. You're both pretty. I don't know dapper gentleman. It's hot in the host city right now. What's your soup. Game gonna look like you will not be thinks it no suits. We will bring a probably a couple a sport coat and a couple of collared shirts and a tie just in case. There's some sort of a news situation so that we're covered. But craig and i were just talking about this morning. We're basically than i do polo shirts because it is pretty grim out there whether it was and i sweat profusely in studio which is air conditioned me outside and ninety five degree. That's that's that's not pretty no one wants to. They don't want to see that but they wanna see the opening ceremony that's her. What are some of your favorite parts. But he looking forward to. Well you know i. It's it's kind of an odd experience in that you know we. We don't actually get a lot of times to watch the opening ceremony in a sense Because we're there. Although the last olympics we haven't been and in fact a lot of traveling but It really is fascinating to see The cultural importance of the opening ceremony. Because it it really does a country its chance to put its best foot forward and to represent present to people what they feel they are who they are as a country as a people as a culture and again the high bar from a technical standpoint is still the beijing opening ceremony But you know from an emotional standpoint. Again i would. I would give you the atlanta olympics. I would also say the london olympics was was a very emotional theatrical experience. Remember the london opening. what was they had. There was like it went from the industrial went from colonial to industrial revolution to from farming to it was. It was really pretty pretty amazing. And by the way The queen jumping out of an airplane And the whole james bond thing was pretty amazing. I remember that now. How good you forget right. We're going to see something unforgettable. Probably every night and every day of the olympics. Thanks so much for seven by guys appreciate it. Are you gonna just pretend like it's not gonna let me let me find out what's going. This never happens. That's part of the games. You never know what's going to happen. I guess thank you for stopping by greg al. What is happening is history and we're here to bring it to you every single day from the unforgettable and now open twenty twenty tokyo olympic games. No nation has won more medals at the summer olympics than the united states barbaric. If you like. What you heard from allen craig give the today show podcast. Listen followed the podium now on apple podcasts and wherever you're listening to get automatic downloads for more of the tokyo olympics tune into the networks of nbc. And watch it all unfold. This podcast is presented by not track from hyphen..

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"danton" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Who knows So okay does that. Get you out to la. Being impress agent will what we did. There was a danton walker. And a louis oboe at ulta wind chill atlanta lions. There were dorothy feel gallon and we wrote you. Know what we hope Witticisms our clients. Must hi kitty carlisle. Gifted wrote this. And dorothy gallon printed it that kitty carlisle gifted moss hart with a pocket flask measured to its hip weli slept. I see i see so. That was a press agent. Then was right. It's like writing tweets. Yes that's what you're doing. And they were printed by the columnists i mentioned. That was my job. Okay was is that is that a publicist. Is that what you are a press agent. as a publicist. I came out to california to be a publicist and Ed simmons who wanted to be a comedy writer and youtube became a writing team at where i went to a movie one night. We were baking and we play together when they came home from movies at ten thirty so i said we can sell us. There was a place called the bar music not far away and they used to remember her name. She played the piano jokes and we sold it there for forty dollars. Begun twenty dollars was about a third of what i made selling door to door here. So so you're kind press agent kind of door to door salesman okay. So that's that's the beginning is the Your wives go out to a movie and you decide to write something and then you sell it and bam. You're writing from our lewis and then We've ruined something. Pedantic thomas man..

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"danton" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

Joseyphina's World

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on Joseyphina's World

"I do. You are a sweet person marfa. In every sense of the word. I enjoyed every moment we spent together. If not that. I've committed to sue. I'm sure you'd be the one. I'd have gone down four. I'm sorry you had to find out this way. I hope you don't feel used in any way. I think we can both agree that we enjoyed each other. And you did leave. Danton my visa card. Let's call it a pothole. Shall we go if this makes you feel any better. I almost loved you. I liked you a lot an almost south for you for a dude like me that sing a lot in case you throw the phone in a fit of rage. I'll get you a new one choice. Sorry for any heart inconveniences caused. What a jerk. She was tempted to throw the phone against the wall but she restrained herself. What did you think of her. She was angry and her but upon thinking back on their fast paced affair over the past weeks she now recognized the signs anytime she wanted to bring up the subject of commitment he would brush aside and say carpe diem. Let's stay in the moment and enjoy ourselves shall we. He'd say a slight warning bell had wrong but she ignored it. Thinking it was just some negative spirit trying to steal this near perfect man from her image courtesy nappy. What was wrong with her. All that guy's only played with her jumped ship. Was she not good enough. She tried playing the no sleeping together in this relationship thing before and it backfired on her and now she was playing on the other side of the field and the results. Were not any better. Maybe it wasn't for her. Maybe true love wasn't even true after all just some facade. Couples put up online for people like her to get envious about for nothing. Never again martha told herself. She pictured herself shutting down her heart in emotions with a padlock and throwing the key into the dam and dusted with each passing month. Her spifer love motivated tweets grew and she spewed your low for relationships at every such unlucky statement that showed up on her feet. Soon per following numbers started dropping. Someone called her toxic before blocking her. She didn't expect the word to hit her that hard..

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"danton" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"danton" Discussed on The Daily Beans

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Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley

"Today's podcast. I'm joined by property g. managing director simon presley as a mock analysts. Simon has correctly focused number the big trends in the property market that others didn't quite peak including the recent post covid boom summons also a three time. Australian buys agent of the win and rei hall of fame inductee and a qualified property investment advisor simon. Welcome to the shar hoy same. Thank you very much for having me back. We were just talking. It's about a year to the day that you and i had a webinar with none other than douglas driscoll of stop. Hot is where we were talking about. Exactly that like what. The market was gonna j. covid and i think at the time there was a lot of daming blame top reports all the banks of saying that everything was going to fall off a cliff and you got on the webinar and said no. It's not going to do any of those things idea. Remember back to that time your prediction. Don't forget sam because it was a huge a few months that's been criticized anymore than that period of time in my loss every single banking stroller and probably ninety. Five percent of australia's economists said not just the downturn. According to most of it was going to be the biggest downturn in the history of their country. And i said the complaint long district of the danton. But i said it's going to be a boom in a bloody big one and everyone called me an idiot but anyway here we are today and you were right. That must give you just a little bit of joy to say. Well hang on a second like oh wasn't as crazy as you thought i was. Yeah look what it is but we don't expect to be different but almost always what we forecast is the opposite to whatever that can change this is saying at the time in the back in two thousand and four we. Todd is what was going to be the best before capital city and and people often us. We didn't said that large parts of racial strife would have perform all that capital cities and that happened paypal criticizes for that and then we said that we're gonna come with a pretty big boom so on the criticism as lhasa salaciously.

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Birding with Dr Meredith Williams

PODSHIP EARTH

09:33 min | 2 years ago

Birding with Dr Meredith Williams

"Berta. Volt from more than one. Hundred and fifty million years ago and then explosively diversified culminating in more than ten thousand species distributed worldwide. Today are human. Relationship to beds is complex to seen as spirit messengers of the gods and at the same time. We took the wild red jungle fowl. From india and selectively bred into domesticated chickens the now farmed in cages feathers have been used for thousands of years and indigenous headpieces and at the same time but has like parrots and parakeets a kept as pets bird poop called guana was used as the first fertilize of modern agriculture. And charles darwin study of galapagos finches was to the formulation of evolution. Buds are all around us. We are closer to bed than any other wild animals birds. I literally and figuratively are canaries in the coal mine. Their wellbeing is our wellbeing threats to buds range from habitat loss including logging climate change industrial farming with pesticides invasive species and even cats. These will had a devastating impact on the bird populations of the us and canada. Which in just the last fifty years have declined by. Three billion birds danton insane. Thirty percent of all birds gone. Three billion pez of wings have vanished ever across our continent from sea to shining sea. Luckily birds have strong allies in their corner. There an estimated sixty million active bird watches in the us alone and with the pandemic shutting down so much of our country. We have flocking to bird watching like never before everything from bird feeders. To binoculars have been in short supply and this year the birding app e bird collected more sightings in a single day the was admitted during the first two and a half years of the apps existence. I must admit coming late to the bird-watching pardee. But thanks to dr meredith williams. That's about to change. I'm lucky enough to work with meredith every day in her role. Running one of the most important and complex agencies in california governor. The department of toxic substance control. Dr williams received two undergraduate degree from yale and a doctorate in physics from north carolina. State university meredith then worked and silicon valley fortune. Five hundred companies in the technology consumer product and chemical sectors meredith left the private sector to follow her passion for wetlands and birds and led the san francisco estuary institute as we'll hear. Meredith journey is about so much more than her resume. Meredith nine meet apt get ready for my maiden watching invention merit so we're about to go hopefully bed watching what. What do we need to bring with us while like what. What's what's in the bird watching backpack almost nothing. Which is great binoculars. Of course are your starting point. So i hope you have some inaugurals. I know you were looking for some recently. You gave me some good advice. But i get any but we all kind of professional but what just like you would have an extra pair. Do thought so. It's in the office but we could stop on the way out of town. Not of that sound. No we should. We should yeah. You just kind of out now. Okay okay so you got the binoculars. How do you if you're starting out. It's surprising how good have gotten very affordable these days so i mean it's still a lot to invest but ask a bird watcher. They might have an extra pair. That's the first place you might wanna try like them. What do you well. first of. All there are lots of different kinds of birdwatchers in terms of some people. Want to count every burden get really long list. And they track every single birthday they see. It's about the numbers of the that very unique bird and they chase vagrant birds that fly in unusually and they're rushing off to see that bird so there those kind of bird watchers I'm a bird watcher. Just watch one bird for a long time. I liked bird behavior. just i'm just fascinated by them. And i think they're beautiful so i could just end up watching one bird for for quite a while you can just take it. In at whatever level you want in terms of the variety birds that you could see and how you would just experience them and enjoy them. So and i think the only way to find that out is to bert. Watch a little and see what grabs you What you do sounds really peaceful. The first thing that sounds the first thing sounds more. Like in england as a whole breed of people go train spotters and i always kind of identified them with bird watchers. Like it's really about. How many things. You've you've been able to capture and less about the bird the thing that you'll doing just sounds like being a peaceful will watching another animal even the people who are energized. That way unless they're doing a big day which would be a day when they map it out to see as many birds as they can. In a single day they're not necessarily rushing around even they are going to have moments of really enjoying a bird and even somebody like me chased around golden gate park looking for a rare warbler. That's very rarely in san francisco. There's an amiability amongst birdwatchers is really camaraderie. People are so nice. There's always somebody better in terms of being a better bird watcher. Meaning they either can identify birds better or you know they just have a lot of experience for the a little bit about. The ecology and people are so happy to share their information. That it's really wonderful. That's one of the things i like about it. And it tends to be every now and then you get into group and there'll be somebody who's a little loud but by and large the the folks are really kind of it's easy to get in a groove with with birdwatchers and settled and gopher along stroll and see some great birds. But what's there everywhere that it's a it's a big i mean like it huge movement and it's growing apparently it's one of the fastest growing outdoor activities. There is it's it is just kind of crazy places where i been going for ten years and cues to be just me and five or six friends maybe and now parking lot and i think the pandemic has made it even more so where a lot of people. That's how they wanna get outdoors or they've they've just kind of discovering it because they know it is one of the only ways to be outdoors so i think it's going to continue to grow which i think is great because then more people are connected to the natural world which obviously makes them care about it more. How did you get into meredith like what. What was your journey into bed watching. I mean i liked birds always in the yard growing up in ohio. You know the robbins and the blue jays. There was a hill in town. And i used to ride my bike up in the hill early in the morning and i would always see birdwatchers and i said when i'm old air quotes. I'm going to bird watch. And i kind of that seed was planted but i didn't really bird-watching until my three say in my thirties. I started volunteering for the san francisco. Bay national wildlife refuges. That you know are on the perimeter of the bay. You know them well getting restored a lot of them Back to title harsh. And i when i volunteered i would be doing everything from pulling out. Invasive plants to building shells but there are always birds around and i just became more and more and more fascinated with the birds invested in binoculars and just started creeping in. You join the audubon society and suddenly you're getting news about different outings and the next thing you know you're you're pretty far in foreign now. I'm foreign. I'm not pretty far and have taken a couple bird vacations. Which i think says that. I'm pretty far in. But what do those entail. The longest trip i took was to go to brazil to the pantanal. Which is a very large wetland like the mecca of bud watching their many mecca. It is a mecca over the course of two weeks. We just went out every morning. We get up before sunrise. Be moving by six o'clock at the latest. Usually more like five thirty and we went to a place that's called the parrot crater a giant sinkhole. And it's all a lot of parents live down in the sinkhole. And so you look down. A new parrots lying around in a simple it was tremendous and we ended up seen two hundred different species of birds there along with some giant giant eaters river otter is and it was quite a trip but the birds were spectacular.

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Ritchie traded to Boston Bruins by Ducks for Heinen

Jay Talking

00:10 sec | 3 years ago

Ritchie traded to Boston Bruins by Ducks for Heinen

"Bruins back in action tonight hosting the flames ruins and ducks in a trade Bruins acquiring forward Nick Ritchie from the ducks in exchange for forward Danton Heinen

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Lewis Hamilton on How His Formula 1 Career Led Him to Collaborate With Tommy Hilfiger

The Business of Fashion Podcast

11:39 min | 3 years ago

Lewis Hamilton on How His Formula 1 Career Led Him to Collaborate With Tommy Hilfiger

"Welcome to inside fashion at this week. We're sitting down with a race car driver Lewis. Hamilton is a six time Formula One champion but he has also started collaborating with Tommy Hilfiger. I sat down with Louis the day before. The collection was launched at London fashion week to get his backstory to learn how he became one of the most successful Formula One drivers in history and the approach he used in his collaboration with Tommy who made a very special appearance towards the end of our conversation to talk a little bit about what he saw. So here's Lewis Hamilton. With special appearance from Tommy Hilfiger inside Fashion Lewis. Hamilton how are you? I'm great value. I'm good thanks for having me tomorrow. Big Day it is has been a huge build-up as so much work has gone into to have in the show here in London. Which is really important for me to have and You know I get to be involved in so many of the elements in for example. Choose London as the launch of the two thousand Twenty Spring Collection Spring Summer collection and bring wanting to really highlight the fact that I am British. Yeah even though I'm working with US brand and you know see. Tommy you see a lot of the American flag everywhere and I wanted to remember that. A collaborative Both and also there's just some so much culture here and style and great autism so it was very important me to bring you cool before we go in depth on the collection. I wanted to go further back. Because you know the hard work didn't start with this collection and it goes back many many years to bring you to the position where you can even contemplate doing something like this absolutely so. I never interviewed a race car driver before so educate me and little. How how. How does someone become a race car driver? How does that even happen So I mean we kind of stumbled across it in the sense that so I started racing when I was eight K. My parents with us to live with my dad on the weekends. My Dad was you know this kind of Awkward Guys I. What do I do this little kitten? You know like a lot. Dads are and the thing that I loved loved. 'cause so as left car is crazy about cars as a little boys are in yeah and So that tons of toy cars. I used to Had A little radio control car and the actual like the initial point was I was full and our next door neighbor from the one bedroom. Flat that we lived in in Hatfield He built models of boats and he had built this radio control car. He was driving in cocking on the road and he came over and join. Do you WanNa go and I was like yes about two and I remember driving this thing and I was really good remote control car. Everybody was really quick. Yeah 'cause a big one that believe for thousands four year old able to control this little car with a joystick controllers and so then he bought me one and we started racing four hours racing against people of our age. Who's young establish Over ten years and and I remember to watch the racetrack. You stand on the podium to look down upon it and to to go with the Kind of defense to the over. I had to stand on like three D. A. K. cases and racing. These guys who you know. Spend their hard earned in to raise these. Cause and unbeaten imagine how angry these look. These guys were Still four yards five years beaten. Us Am anyways my dad than was like Hayes head to Akron Coordination's clearly very great and I think he was talking to someone. That's why didn't try to go when I was five. I went to Spain with my dad and we came across a go kart track and that was the first time I drove a car and again that was natural so I thought my dad bought me one from an old newspaper. The back pages was V fifth hand yet villain by like five. Six families really bent and crooked and rusty and stuff. My Dad resprayed woods Stuff like diy still like being Hewlett was and then we entered some races and we one from the one the fresh race. And I loved it. Some I if you do you keep working out at school will do whatever. I can't keep racing. We WanNa First Championship when I was ten and the rest is history silent. Us Thirteen by full monty. Youngest EVER TO BE SUCCESSFUL. Is that one day. We Start Recruiting People. That time right but now they do so. I was the youngest ever to be signed. And also you know. This sport never been diverse. Yeah was gonNA say because you didn't come from like a privileged background. It's a very expensive sport. It really is. So what was that like for you? It was? It was really for me as a kid I was. I was having fun in A. Yeah we go to school in my weekend. I'm going to my friend's house devastated by Rhonda Right and I loved it so much am but my dad was really hot for my family. My Dad remortgaged had to remortgage house. God knows how many times He had four jobs at one stage in the early stages which sounds crazy because there was no future plan for us you know but it was just hoping that we love doing but it was getting more and more expensive How can I? How can I make money to pay for the tires this weekend? How can I keep the call going? Nowhere weekends wells like aside to do a race number desert. I'm I'm sorry. I've done the money this weekend. So He's been the the one of the most infamous stepmom. She's coming to a new relationship as a kid there and she gave up her life. Saving and belief and the commitment was just. It's so special to the real story is not the success that I've had that that people from working in a working class families can really relate to dance. Who Don't know what to do with his. You see people out there today. Support naked on the side of football pitches the same the same thing and there's not a lot of Jarvis data have that background so as the Honda to a lot of people to relate to. But that's the one. I'm trying to make sure that people know because we came from nothing you can do it with a lot of hard work and of course you've got to have fortune on the way in the sense of meat if I didn't meet the boss of the four one team a win of signed and without that signing I would have made it because we would add money. Have you seen cool runnings? Yeah Yeah of course. You know my favorite that took place in Calgary. Yes I grew up in. Calgary did yes. I was there for Olympic no way where the Jamaican bobsled team shown. Yeah Wow and I got two weeks off of school does those. I was in the opening ceremonies. Actually no way so I spent the whole and we were obsessed with that to make him pops team no way. Yeah the the W tops. 'cause I was I was like I don't know in one thousand nine seventy five thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I was thirteen years old but yeah I remember that team. Why Cool runnings? I'm just remember watching cool. Runnings Is My favorite movie and causes. So just the most relatable story that had as a kid so I always relate a lot my life to that movie casino. They arrive this rust bucket at the top of the hill. For the first time they put out and everyone everyone goes quiet and I always relate to light me. My Dad arriving you know would race track the race rapid he would say with trump's because of you know what we have these great close the 'cause shoved Shoved in the back of the boot of vodka and we be picking up on the floor and it looks doesn't look good and A lot of people looking us like what they doing here. You know because again. It wasn't a diverse group. Is it always been a white dominated sport however there was in in the early stages there are there were some other families are trying but they would have they run out of money but So a lot of that you know we just did our talking on the track as they did in the Post said they kept. They didn't win over the nitty. Did they narrowly people's Hopkins? Yeah they did. But you've you've gone on and you become you know without exaggeration. A living legend in your field six F one titles the first one at the age of twenty three youngest ever at the time. What what did you learn about achieving success at such a young age at such an elite level? What does it take? Yes you had some lock. You had clearly got a gift incredibly supportive home environment but at the end then again it comes down to your dedication and and then the focus on what you wanted. Yeah talk to me a little bit about that. It was really difficult out. Search the journey. I think people generally seem to own see the tip of the iceberg. Don't know if you've ever seen an iceberg unknown. How big is beneath the huge? Yeah and there's a picture I found that shows you the success one sees this little bit on the top underneath his world however is so you know. I'm people tune in today and see someone that's one times in the championships and 'em probably not fully aware of how it's taken me years Windows Eight. Danton pro to those twenty two and when I got two phone one so the build up to it. It's just not prepared. You prepare to race. Don't get any preparation tons of media training. You don't get prepare repression tons of what you know. No-one said this is what's going to happen when people start seeing on TV. And that because that's a real shock to the system and Am working no this when you work with a big station when his thousand people behind you working to make your decisions out on the track impact every single one of those you know so if you're selfish Choices and you make mistakes and crash. Everyone feels it. Sure there was a it was a lot of pressure but And again being that we came in every conversation so you the first year the first back from one driver. This never been here again. No diversity in it's only me my dad really people of Color in the in in this which is quite felt alone. A little bit in that sense But it was a great platform for us to do something great and

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AI in Legal

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:05 min | 3 years ago

AI in Legal

"Hello welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen Walsh and I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. So what are they professions nations. That has been around forever at least as long as there have been laws. have been lawyers and you know regardless of what we might think about lawyers in the legal profession. It's part of what allows us as a society to operate under the rule of law. Right the thing about the legal profession is that it's dominated by ED humans and paper documents and of course any if you've been listening to our colleague Linda Today podcast. You know that when there's a lot of humans and a lot of paper there. There is a role for artificial intelligence. Oh there is so we want to spend some time today talking about how a I is changing augmenting the legal profession so as rod mentioned mentioned. You know there's a lot of paper that's involved with any legal case and you know people are looking for ways to make this more efficient to save on costs costs but also to save on time because it's a lot to go through all these documents you know laws can change and get updated and new case litigation can come out that that makes the interpretation of the law different and people need to stay on top of all of this and without technology it makes it very very difficult so when you think of the Law Profession Asian and of course there are so many different aspects of course there's the reams and reams of contracts contracts between businesses contracts between employees and then you have personal contracts financial contracts Lexi of insurance contracts. These are all legal documents right. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of them you know just our routine just send you a contract you sign it now. You're signed up for on my credit card. You know you've agreed to the terms of this insurance agreement you've bought a product from. Here's a proposal. Sign it right you know or could be those sorts of things that are maybe arguments commits in front of the court trial proceedings. That could be you know depositions. That could be discovery of documents especially if large cases and the thing about all these lawyers are not necessarily the lowest cost of profession. Right I mean for a good reason you know good lawyers spent a Lotta time going to law school. They have to basically certify themselves in the case of the bar and they have to continue to presents itself. They're very professional society. But a lot of these activities are not don't really require the experience of law school. It requires like okay. I need to go to this document and redact all these things go through this document and find all these clauses or like look through my millions of contracts and find the six contracts that reference. This thing right. That's supposedly the world of paralegals in junior law professionals and that's the area where artificial intelligence may take a real. Yeah and according to the law technology today they're saying that over one hundred thousand legal roles will be automated by AI systems by twenty thirty six. So that's a lot of roles that can be automated by automation and buy more intelligent automation as well. So of course you know we talk talk about our seven patterns a lot here at Kaga and something we refer to a lot in our. CPI training as well. So if you're interested in applying these things to your own industry you should basically look at the methodology and some of our training the long story short we have recognition patterns. We have as conversational systems. We have autonomous systems. We have hyper personalization and we have goal. Driven Systems have patterns and anomalies for finding anomalies. And we have predictive analytics and every single one of those patterns is actually applicable to the legal profession we have in the recognition recognition pattern the ability to scan through say video or images. Find something we have even within documents that it's able to identify what's on the page all right quickly. He classified documents for example right. And that's something. We actually see quite a bit one of our trainees. One of our classes talked about the fact that they are in the public defenders office and they have a need to basically just classified documents or categorize them really based on whether or not they should retain those documents some documents chain for several months or one year or seven years or they can be you know gotten rid of right away so an example that he gave was if somebody goes. I have cake in the break room. That email can be you you know discarded right away. It has nothing to do with anything but if it's a legal document like a will or something else that may need to be retained for seven years. Well is it really really a good use of time to have a lawyer who costs a lot of money. Be going through these emails being like. Oh this is about the K.. Goes is about someone's retirement party or can you have a system go and automatically automatically do that and then the ones that they're not sure of flag for human to review which will dramatically decrease the amount of time that humans are doing right looking through these documents. That's just just that one pattern recognition pattern or maybe even the conversational patterns. We'll get into in just a moment but you can look another pan. The autonomous pattern autonomous legal. What does that mean well? There's a lot of things. First and foremost you know The whole managing the legal professions. You can think of legal practice management. They're starting to use. Ai Systems to automatically track hours that are spent Danton different cases automatically spot patterns in the work hours and basically helped make lawyers more efficient and of course hopefully at the end of the day make better for their clients that they're not spending two hours hours on something you know of course and billing to our rate which I can guarantee you cheap and instead spending thirty minutes on something or fifteen or maybe just completely automated at all. Maybe it's hard just say you know of the legal. Profession starts using more of so called robotic process automation tools and process automation tools. Charge the time that that bought is working on something who knows the paper at a minimum hopefully cheaper but basically yeah legal bought has worked on it but it but this is part of the patterns and anomalies pattern as well spotting adding the mistakes looking at anomalies as to as to how the lawyers are performing their time so that way they can basically solve any invoicing mistakes timing issues shoes and the client has better visibility into what's happening there right because one thing that we talk about very frequently on this podcast is how fast computers can just go and turn through documents at a much faster rate than humans and also. They never tire. They never get fatigued. They can run twenty four seven so you know how more how much more proficient could be loft practices be especially if they're working on very large cases if they can have an autonomous system. Go through these documents and be able to catch things things you know. This could speed up months of discovery and months of legal time exactly so we are also seeing this idea of the conversational. Oh legal assistant right that way. A lot of people have have routine legal questions especially around things like you know their financial planning to legal planning the will or maybe even in aspects of the other things like you know trying to get a lawyer's opinion on aspects of divorce or of contract matters or of dealing with your neighbors or something you know you know there's lots of different applications and you don't need to spend you know an hour or two of a lawyer's rhyme answering these things so we're seeing. The idea of the frequently asked is questions. Yes making its way into the conversational legal robots yes. I'm feel like back in the day. You know. Sometimes little newspapers would have you could write in. And then yeah they they would say oh. This is my complaint with a neighbor. How do I do this or my trash isn't getting collected or you know little legal legal issues in a lawyer would go and write weekly pick a few and do that and I feel like now instead of that where the lawyer goes and picks two or three and writes about it now the majority of things can be answered and in real time just about so? Oh how do they go about doing this. And how do they make it cost efficient because to have an actual lawyer sitting behind this chat Bot and answering questions as they come in might not be a good use of time. I'm for that lawyer. But that doesn't mean that the firms till can't offer that service so we've started to see more intelligent. Ai Enabled Chat bots where they're doing more more than just answering an FAQ very general FAQ's that people can find on their site. They're starting to give. I don't know if it's exactly legal advice. But it's legal suggestions gestures and saying well look here or we've seen this in other cases or you know this is. This is something that you can look into

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Sante Kimes: Mother, Murderer, and Criminal Mastermind

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:21 min | 3 years ago

Sante Kimes: Mother, Murderer, and Criminal Mastermind

"Is is the story of the original helicopter mother sean take times and her son kenny holy shit i'm about to tell you a story that i got an jay did the research urge for me i got sources from vanity fair article from two thousand by a writer named susanna andrews called sean times mother murderer and criminal masterminds as well as wikipedia murder pedia and sean taes LA times obituary i also last night watched this made for TV movie like mother like son the a strange story of sean kennedy times it's on youtube it's so good at starring mary tyler moore sean times she's amazing she play they like the quintessential like this is the type of person we're talking about like the quintessential mary tyler moore she like out of the box she's out of the box this is not the mary the MTA AMU thought you know she's a she's a schemer and con artist and a weirdly sexual with everybody and it's very uncomfortable to watch our hero mary tyler moore be the key such a villain expressed jean stapleton is in it who if you if you aren't familiar is a great actress she was is it all in the family i stephen yes that's how she's very well know but she is a an amazing actress when you when you see her in another part you're like oh my god she's so good very different and then and gabriel olds plays kenny times and i think he is from a soap opera but he is great so anyway and that made for TV movie was based on the book the mother the sun and the socialite socialite by adrian hill so there's lots of things if the story interests you get down and dirty details in lots of ways so let me let me get into it we will start with a woman irene silverman so irene she's a retired ballerina she was in the new york city ballet accompany member but she was also an elite socialite and she lived with her husband multimillionaire mortgage broker sam silverman in an extravagant seven million dollar townhouse on east sixty fifth street in manhattan seven million seven million in the seventies oh my god yeah and so so she is an extrovert she throws parties all the time she's she's a true social fun yeah right having money she's always entertaining guests has tons of friends canopies everywhere pays can pay an canopy it's even that can the pay can i pay existence so when her husband sam passes away in one thousand nine hundred eighty irene decides that she's going to take their humongous townhouse and and turn it into like an apartment building into basically luxury apartments so on average the rents of these individual apartments go for about six thousand dollars hours a month which in today's money would be seventeen thousand five hundred dollars or an apartment for an apartment in on east sixty sixty fifth street manhattan all right write nana's so her tenants are very impressive and include such luminaries luminaries as the marquis and marchioness of northampton you know i'm reading a phonetic spelling of both of those martian of north hampton danton marcia marcia s north hampton not a martian take me to your leader day-lewis and chaka khan i would together together we don't start gossip but yes they were deeply in love with those with that cast list i'd i pay up to eighteen thousand dollars a month to live there he managed to get a camera installed so i can watch your go downstairs to get your mail and their chaka khan like hey girl what's up you know like thank you wanna go out partying let's party so okay we're going to skip ahead about twenty years after she's established he's beautiful luxury apartments now irene is eighty two years sold on june fourteenth nineteen ninety eight a young businessman from palm beach named manny garren arrives at irene's home asking if he can rent one of his apartments he is traditionally good looking like lou diamond phillips special something you know everybody has different tastes we talk talk about people being good looking at beautiful time but who knows what people like you don't get a fucking say in it that's right traditionally good-looking means if someone drew a picture that's what a good looking person look like right look hugh grant traditionally good luck traditionally good-looking right but there's lots of people who are good looking dapper eh anyhow self esteem he's good looking traditionally well-spoken very friendly very charming i'm very smooth he tells iran he was referred by a mutual friend she recognizes the name oh you know it's all great or the marchioness from it's a yeah it's the marchioness us or the marquess unfortunately manny doesn't have any ID on him can't remember his social security number and the only he doesn't have any other references but he promises he's going to get them to irene the next day and then he gives her six grand in cash for his first month's rent so ordinarily irene there's actually very careful about stuff like this but because they have mutual friend and because he's paying in cash and probably because he's traditionally good-looking incredibly charming she allows him to move in the day of day of fact that okay everyone will and also well ninety eight early days of the internet yeah that's ten and eighty two year old woman wouldn't real absolutely it was all there at our fingertips okay so over the course of the next three weeks manny goes from being a charming suave a businessman type to a creepy weirdo he never turns over the proper ID or references he will not allow irene's maids into the unit to clean which goes along with your six thousand dollar rent ready yeah kind of like hotel he always hides his face from the security camera in irene's lobby show very acorn shell and he always has strange guests in his apartment and including an older woman who seems to be there all the time john chaka khan shocker gone she would shock would never go down she knows creeps when she sees him right now in the mary tyler moore movie that i watched watched she tells when the maid comes she tells her that she is manny's assistant and is very rude to the man so she doesn't make any friends so so basically after the first week irene decide she's gonna ask manny to leave she's like you had your you had your month enough of this he flatly refuses flabby creepy can you imagine that traditionally handsome i am flatly refusing something then you're just like well i guess this is the new reality yeah because the the hawk doesn't want to right well here's what irene does 'cause she didn't take any shit she cuts off his phone line thinking that's going to get him out of there and she begins eviction shen proceedings so she's immediately kicking yourself for being nice yeah which is what happened always a mistake so on the evening of saturday july fourth nineteen ninety eight i arena has friends over 'cause it's fourth of july and they also have noticed manny's strange behavior she irene explains the whole situation and her friends are very concerned and they say you know like do you need help what he wants to do she says that she can handle it they know she's tough as his nails so you know everybody feels okay about it the next morning july fifth nineteen ninety eight irene asks one of her maids if she would run some errands for her and when the made gets back from running those errands she can't find irena anywhere in the house from the made immediately contact irene's business manager who then decides to contact like the police and when the police searched the home they don't find any signs of disturbance there's no blood inside the struggled indicate that there was violence or or an incident of any kind so they start questioning irene's friends and the tenants but manny garin is nowhere to be found and when they run a name check on on that one new mysterious tenant the name manny garin is fake so suddenly the mystery tenant is now possible suspect in iran's disappearance it just so happens that on that same night july fifth a mother and son by the name of sean taylor and kenneth times are arrested in front of the manhattan hilton holton for stealing a lincoln towncar from a dealership in cedar city utah wow yes they finally tracked them down and they get arrested so when a detective who was on the scene for the silverman case sees the story of the crimes arrest on the news he sees kenneth and says that looks looks exactly like the description of manny garin and handsome hey that guy's traditionally handsome in a way that bores me but that but then i also immediately immediately trust for reasons i can't explain so he puts it together that they are one in the same person so on july seventh nineteen ninety eight the NYPD have shontayne kenneth times properly identified and in custody and that's when they discovered that the mother and son are being tracked by the FBI as suspects for a slew of crimes across across the nation including arson fraud and murder okay so now we'll go back we'll talk a little bit about sean times she was born sandra louise sing in oklahoma city on july twenty fourth nineteen thirty four she grows up in nevada with her parents mary van horn and mahendra promising and there's almost nothing known about her childhood factually they believe that her birth certificate was forged forged so her exact origins and even date of birth are they're not sure creepy about it and the funny thing is is mary tyler moore playing sean take himes all she talks about how much she hates getting older and aging it's it's pretty funny so it would make sense that the first thing she does erase her birth sir

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Rockets' Morey addresses Paul, Harden tension

Golic & Wingo

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Rockets' Morey addresses Paul, Harden tension

"There's an article on ESPN dot com. From Ken McMahon talking about the tension between the Houston Rockets and specifically some between James harden. Chris Paul, how Chris wants to play now James wants to play apparently are two separate dynamics. We had Daryl Morey the gentleman into the rockets on, and he addressed the article he addressed the tension between the two of them and where the rockets go forward. Now in a vacuum, where looks like the warriors are not going to be that team because of injuries that will be the one we'll pencil and automatically to represent the west in the NBA finals for six straight year here was Daryl Morey on our show earlier this morning, we have to high level competitors. Kristen James who their only goal in life at this point, it's the win. The title is accomplished, everything else. They're both going to be first of all. So all, you know, basically all too competitive superstars at that level. There's gonna be. Times when they're extremely competitive extremely focused on. You know how do we get to that next level? And when we don't there's going to be frustration and we're I'm frustrated top players frustrated, Mike, danton frustrated, we want to take the last step and be the champion. And I think it's good that there's I think it's good that there's tension in the sense that we

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Mark Twain: great novelist,  horrible investor

The Indicator from Planet Money

10:11 min | 4 years ago

Mark Twain: great novelist,  horrible investor

"Twain also invested a lot of money throughout his life though, and he is the first person who's big investment mistake Michael told us about, and actually in the case of twain, it was more than one he made every mistake in the. He was addicted to entrepreneurs. He would fall for anything. He would back any idea. He dabbled in stocks and silver mines, and gold mines. And he just everything he touched, went south twin was like an early version of a venture capitalist. He invested his money in a bunch of new kind of faddish ideas except he was terrible at it. He put his money into milk powder, extract railroad stocks a startup insurance company. They were all disasters and the one big idea that he chose not to put his money into you that he passed up when you had a chance. Alexander Graham Bell telephone, oh, which would have made twain a fortune between biggest mistake. Michael says, might have been throwing a lot of money at this big typesetting business, and it had to do with this machine. The twain hoped would be used by newspapers and publishing companies and twin kept investing more and more and more money in this typesetting business, even as its loss. Were just piling up on his biggest mistake was that he didn't know when to say no moss. I'm not going to continue to fund this really bad investment. Why do you think he could not walk away a, he was human and we all have our our flaws and limitations, and there's something called revenge trading where if you lose money in a stock, you want to win it back the same way and he just could not control himself. And I think that a an underlying theme in this book is that discipline and self awareness is a lot more important to determine your long success than just ro IQ, revenge. Tradings like the worst sequel to a movie ever. Trading revenge, trading revenge of the trader. Poor Mark Twain. Yeah, twain ended up losing an amount of money on that typesetting investment that would be the equivalent today of millions of dollars, but not knowing one to cut. Your losses is actually not the only lesson that we should take away from the story of Mark Twain's terrible investment record. There's another lesson which is at you can be amazing world class at this one thing. Just like Mark Twain obviously was at writing and still be terrible, horrible hopeless at another completely different walk of life like investing or that you can be really bad at investing and still be a really wonderful human being a light in the world gift to the country, all those things. And just I like that change the perspective. Very nice, right. And just like just maybe just, you know, put it in index funds, just put it in index funds next up the oracle from Omaha himself. Warren Buffett's buffet

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