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Hands on with Samsung's Galaxy S21
"Apple. Recent iphone successes. We talked about yesterday. I guess samsung is pretty worried. Mike and not so much. I'm an iphone user. You know the company bought me an iphone. It was the first three g iphone. Maybe the original iphone for work. So i've become an iphone user. But i've been playing with a pair of new samsung galaxy. S twenty one models. The last few days and i think there's a lot of cool features that'll drive sales and upgrades a new galaxy. Count so know. One thing that a lot of folks were happy to hear about. Is that the entry prices for these. New phones are two hundred dollars. Cheaper compared to the previous models the other interesting part that i'm still boggled by his the s twenty one ultra which is the higher end version of samsung's new smartphones has five cameras. It's incredible when you look at it. It's sleep beautiful device. But it's like you've almost got it's like a giant domino because you've got these dots on the back the deuce some crazy things. So there's there's one camera for the front and this four on the back and there's a telephoto that's made up of to zoom lenses you go up to one hundred zoom now. What i got to do with that which was pretty cool. Is i use it outside and took pictures of the moon. You could actually get the surfaces of the moon so it's like you could see the tranquility or whatever those places are on a moon so it's the best moon photo i've ever taken in my life so if you like to take moon pictures you know. That's exactly the model. You're gonna want now. All the models have beautiful displays and they're smart so what that means is refresh rate varies depending on what you're doing on the screen. So when you scroll through apps refresh rate increases so it looks extra smooth. So that's really cool. It feels like things are moving fast. The twenty one in the twenty one plus or hd displays while the s twenty one ultra is equivalent to four k quality. All the phones have an improved portrait mode that lets you add blur studio light in another effects Another cool feature is something called directors view which shows multiple angles. While you shoot video and then let you as you shooting you choose the one you prefer so can change. Whatever you're shooting and then it'll start recording that mode and within that you can also opt for what sam calls a flogger mode which records a selfie point of view at the same time as you record what's happening in front of you which could be cool for when people like online influencers then if you have you know if you have kids or patching love to take pictures of them of course if you have them you do There's an eight k video mode let you shoot a video clip and then when you're done grabbing individual image for hi rez photo. Sometimes you can't get your kid to pose right so you just shoot like five or six seconds of video and then you could pull the image out of that Dogs and cats. you know. Same thing they don't always pose really well so another returning feature from the previous linus. Something called single. Take that captures ten seconds of imagery. You like same picture something and asked me to move around slightly to get slightly different angles. Then when it's done you can go back and choose the best best pictures or short video clips and when you're done so the improvements and all these features and more. I think samsung won't likely lose ground in the smartphone. Wars this
Harvest Rock Church loses bid to end COVID-19 restrictions
"Going ahead ahead with with their their plans plans for for indoor indoor services services over over the the holidays. holidays. That's That's despite despite covert covert restrictions restrictions and and losing losing several several several several rounds rounds rounds rounds in in in in court. court. court. court. Harvest Harvest Harvest Harvest Rock Rock Rock Rock Church Church Church Church had had had had asked asked asked asked for for for for an an an an injunction injunction injunction injunction from from from from the the the the ninth ninth ninth ninth Circuit Circuit Circuit Circuit to to to to allow allow allow allow them them them them to to to to legally legally legally legally hold hold hold hold indoor indoor indoor indoor services services services services but but but but didn't didn't didn't didn't get get get get it. it. it. it. Matt Matt Matt Matt Staver, Staver, Staver, Staver, with with with with Liberty Liberty Liberty Liberty counsel counsel counsel counsel representing representing representing representing the the church church tells tells connects. connects. This This is is essentially essentially discrimination discrimination because because churches churches are are being being treated treated differently differently than than businesses businesses in in terms terms of of in in person person gathering gathering because because California California Has Has a a lot lot of of exceptions exceptions under under Governor Governor Newsome's Newsome's blueprint blueprint to to allow allow ah ah lot lot of of different different kinds kinds of of congregating congregating gatherings gatherings except except in in places places of of worship. worship. And And so so the the discrimination discrimination has has actually actually become become even even more more clear, clear, more more acute. acute. As As time time has has gone gone on, on, Saver Saver says says the the church church will will keep keep fighting fighting and and keep keep appealing appealing and and keep keep holding holding indoor indoor services services even even as as the the coronavirus coronavirus search search grows grows too too frightening frightening proportions. proportions. Rob Rob Archer Archer Kay Kay Next in 70 deuce radio, almost 40,000
Officials approve 2nd COVID-19 vaccine by Moderna
"Pharmaceutical company. Moderna joins Visor in leading the charge to vaccinate Americans against Cove it 19 correspondent Elise Preston. FDA has given the green light to a second Corona virus vaccine for emergency use This one Deuce by Madonna. The Madonna vaccine was 94% effective at trials and does not require the ultra cold storage that visors vaccine does. Federal officials say nearly six million doses could be shipped across the country as soon as next week. FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn transparency around our review of Madonna of the Madonna Cove in 19 vaccine Should assure the public that this vaccine met the FDA is rigorous standards for quality safety and efficacy. This as the Visor vaccine continues making the rounds in Washington, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell were vaccinated. President elect Joe Biden and his wife will receive their shots on
Reclaiming Black Culture in 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'
"Played by chadwick. Boseman as the young trumpet player levy colman domingo cutler michael potts as slow drag and glenn termine as toledo. We also meet mas young lover. Desi may play by taylor page and her nephew sylvester played by deuce on brown. I want to just dive right in joel. You said you were very excited to talk about this coming what you thought. Oh my gosh linda. I loved it like it's hard to put into words how much i enjoyed it. And all of the reasons but chadwick boseman this be his final performance. Jeff estates think recently denzel washington in an interview said that like he didn't lose anything we lost him this idea that he gave everything he had to give while he was here. This for me is probably his magnum opus. His great work his his final statement. To wasn't he left us a lot of really great. If you look at all the roles he's chose in the last like three to four years. All of them are about conclusions and about wrapping things up. This one is so much more about like the hurt and pain. You have to just go through as a black person just to exist in this country and it's profound and gorgeous and the way we'll shoots this. I struggle a lot with theater to film translations. Because it's like theater it's so meant to be experienced in person and sometimes dial it doesn't quite work and particularly when they're monologue like you have a hard time like this doesn't feel real because it's not it's theater if you don't have to live in same kind of rules that film often does but when we'll takes his camera at a high angle as chadwick boseman is giving this like very revealing monologue. You're able to stay in it because you're sort of. It feels almost more in his head. It's more conversations having with and it captures. I think what is so hard to translate between these two mediums. And i love it and then on top of all that colman. Domingo like if you're making a movie just put colman domingo you cast anyone else in any other will ever a silent killer in everything that he does. And it's so profound. I love his in bad movies. I love his work in great. I love coleman doing and here he just continues that check and then they leave is crowns. It all off by just being great and showing up and her vocal performance away. She drinks coke. Makes you wanna die. It's a seven. I love performances. I like live live for like actors being able to nestle into character and create something that is so alive and vivid. No one in the cast isn't doing that. It's nearly a perfect soga. Yeah stephen thompson. What did you think. I love this movie. Too i think the central performances by chadwick boseman and by viola davis are so beautifully done. I do think there are a lot of parallels to be drawn between this film and fences which one viola davis and oscar that has also adapted from an august wilson. Play and both films are really so centered on the performances. They are really showcases for actors more than there necessarily like show willie directed big epochs. There are focused on the performances. I think that theatre film translation does trip them both up a little bit. Where they're so focused on the performances. They don't flow as naturally as they might. This there are points in this film. That felt a little bit stagey to me. But at the same time those performances are glorious. As joel said that chadwick boseman performance is is titanic. I mean it is a oscar clip e speech -i big performance. I think we cannot underestimate. How great this viola davis performance is. It is a quieter performance. She's doing so much work with just like kind of heavy eyelid. Look at a character will just is just searing. She is fantastic film and like joel said colman. Domingo is great. Glenn is great as toledo. I loved this film and as you would expect it just weaves music in beautifully. Yeah all right. I asia. Let's go to you next to you.
What Science Has Learned About the Coronavirus One Year On
"It's a really important moment to look back at our very different reality just twelve months ago. In december twenty nineteen the first infections were just emerging inside of china sars. Covy two didn't have a name yet and no one could imagine the global effects that the virus would have on us all but it was also clear that this novel coronavirus lit a fire underneath the seat of science so my question is how far has our scientific understanding about the biology and the behavior of the virus. Come since then yeah. We have learned some really critical things. About how the virus works and also importantly about how our immune system responds to it and how. This virus sars cope chew. Essentially causes our immune system to misfire in cases of severe covid nineteen and miss misfiring really centers on the very early immune responses that. Our body mounts. These are called innate immune responses this innate immunity is a part of our body that really uses sensors that detect pieces of pathogens. Like the co two virus that are not from our own body in once. These factors are sensors detect these viral bits. They sound out an immediate alarm system. That operates through molecules called cytokines and interferons. These are important for activating those later. Immune responses like t cells and antibodies. That we hear about and what we think is that. It's likely that people who sound this innate immune alarm early upon exposure to the virus and induced early in high levels of that interferon alarm system. Go onto pretty rapidly and effectively clear the virus so these might be the individuals with a symptomatic or moderate or mild disease however what scientists have learned. Is that people who go on to develop severe covid. Do so. Probably because in them. The virus causes a misfiring of that. Immune response so like the wrong sets of immune cells may be brought in and they might not deuce that early interferon alarm system. Quick clear strongly in they can't control the viral load. The virus amplifies to really high levels in their body so their body responds to this continued presence of the virus basically by increasing production of factors. That are involved in inflammation. This is an over exuberant inflammation or inflammatory response. And that's what leads to the lung tissue damage which is really a hallmark of code pathology. So what we've discovered. Scientists over the past year is that there are biomarkers. That can give clues about who ultimately goes on to get severe disease. Scientists have also discovered genetic. Differences are mutations that some people have in those innate immune genes that can contribute to poor initial control of the virus. I think that this understanding that there are essentially two phases of covid nineteen disease that initial phase that's dominated by viral amplification in a second phase that in severe cases is dominated by a misfiring of the immune response is really important is important because it ill. At they're two types of therapies. That are probably needed. Depending on the phase of the disease so drugs that charge it the virus directly to stop its replication is would be things like remdesivir that we've heard a lot about in the news or maybe treating with things like recombinant interferon. This is Something that's used to treat other chronic viral infections. Those types of therapies are probably only going to be effective at stopping nets first phase of the disease but are not going to be very effective If they're given during that second phase because it's then it's not the virus but the immune system that's driving illness so conversely drugs that damp a net over exuberant inflammatory response and decks. Methadone is one of those. These might be dangerous. If given during that first phase when you really want a rapid and robust immune response but could be helpful at dampening the damage that's caused by the immune system at later stages one of the key parts of understanding the virus itself. How find it is scientifically really about timing right. Exactly timing is really key to figure out how your body responds very early and later and you know the timing and dose of the virus that you might receive understanding how that timing or the kinetics of infection response are essential and we've made a lot of progress on that over the last year
'God's Love We Deliver' sends thousands of Thanksgiving meals to the sick, homebound, and needy in New York
"Back this this year year is is feeding feeding New New York's York's hungry hungry for for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Scores Scores of of volunteers volunteers are are busy busy this this morning. morning. It's It's God's God's love. love. We We deliver deliver packaging packaging thousands thousands of of holiday holiday meals meals for for people people in in need need citywide. citywide. I've been delivering a lot more meals from their SoHo headquarters since the pandemic arrived is 10 10 wins Deuce Bang Glenn Schuck reports in the last week alone. 3000 New York City families reached out to God's love asking if they, too, could get something delivered for Thanksgiving head chef Daniel Metzger tells me they wouldn't want to be doing anything else. This isn't just my my job. job. This This is is my my life. life. You You know, know, this this is is my my passion. passion. I I would would rather rather be be doing doing nothing nothing else else in in this this entire entire world. world. What's What's your your message message to to the the New New Yorkers Yorkers today today who who are are really really Home Home and and lonely and upset and I'm in there with you. I'm nervous. I don't know what's gonna what's going to go on. But just know that communities come together during times like this now, with holiday music, playing dozens of volunteers working all night, socially distance, preparing turkey, yams and stuffing and pumpkin soup. One of them is Natalie, she says, especially during the pandemic thing feels like home. It's honestly it's so rewarding, and it's wonderful to think I kind of think about it in the way that we're all very lonely, but we're all lonely together. You know, we're all going through this together. And somehow that makes me feel a little bit better. When you leave here. You certainly are inspired by the level of compassion. Realize we're going going to to get get through through this this pandemic. pandemic. Gunshot Gunshot 10 10 10 10 wins wins
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Were incredibly beautiful but a bridge Hawthorne dot co say see. Oh my god jacob rate you're absolutely right authoring dot co. It's in there like that for specific need that reason i still said calm and like they messed up. They got the growing up in my internet. Fail or did it. Work failed a couple of times for me but travel more than anyone's ever listened to that song as you can tell at that sound a lot like when seeing the timing of aj w t.j. Aurigny was just jim. If only i had said co All right we have time for one. More voice mail. I picked it. I'm very proud of it travis. Can you hit play. And finally on this last segment of the john kass one more voice. But before we do that this podcast is also brought to you by simply safe. I feel i may have signed myself up or something last week. so bring the hammer down ashley. How am i telling people about. Simply safe. Creeds higher song i start a new until i just try to think how it starts and i We're gonna try it. Does he do it not yet. It'd be israel we're not you can improve your home stop it. I will not be long stopped now. We should have had the hawthorne rita what it sounded federal. If you know you know shout as this is our second podcast of the week which we said was supposed to be the john kass. I wanted you to know. The john actually told and read in its entirety in august smell. Maybe so happy shadow to john shouted to the john cast really offer. No question answer which is good because we have to go That is it for this week. Second edition of sports little bonus content for you in your feeds with your best friend. Ashley shot up to drafting freshly n. Hawthorne.
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Came unplugged and this is why. Listen to this podcast. This is why you love it. You exactly what to say. He said pizza deuces. He uses when he said. Can you bring. Myrtle and dan aren't actually sorry. Go ahead that was done We're where we were where we wear wherever the blah blah blah lunch meat. Yeah okay so much meat. Jason goes home. She said she goes on a one on one. Date with brendan who they bonded. 'cause he was wearing a turtleneck when he first met her. And he's like i'm gonna turtleneck If you're making fun of yourself why did you wear it. Also rest in the most piece to jay in his turtlenecks. So they're one on one day is like riding horses around the hotel grounds. And there's an extended bit with chris harrison where he keeps popping up like offer them like lemonade like ice cream. In like nearly trump me please include me. Let me tell you need. It was really not great and then they go to a pool. Because there's nothing else to do your hotel But they actually like when they had dinner. It was really cute. They both bond. They both got married at a young age and have been divorced mainly very genuine and real connection like talking about that and like the feelings that have come with it and like the shame that's associated with it and like the fear of not finding somebody else was like. Oh they are. They haven't act. I believe in this relationship more than ever believed in. Dale travis fitted surprise you brian. The season has been like very dislike. Not a part of the show really was yeah now olson. There's like this like he came out of nowhere like cool ivan. I was like. Who are you like. We're really getting to know these people. Now which is really likes them. Yeah it's she's infinitely better. She really likes him. She's like oh he's everything Also this is horrible. In the middle of the episode were forced to check in with and nail again. It was so bad it was so bad and they like chris harrison. Just questions. i grew up. We promise we promise they're in love. Love is real love. He's like he's where you guys where you guys honestly and they're they keep saying no at one point he's like so what comes next and like you can tell deals about god. Oh my god. That's exactly what she say. Dale was like about. Dale was talking and he was about to be like well. You know we. And she's like babies babies maybe landau. I'm upset that we shouldn't be watching this. It's bad yeah. He vocalized what he's feeling and he needs to do that. Really really soon for the sake of a lot potentially a lot of people. Yeah she does not give him a chance to speak. So yes we'll save. The will save last night's episode for next week and that was your bachelorette update Did it we did it. We gotta go Yeah we do have to go. Because i'm about to have to sing and someone's about to be live on the radio. What's wrong. pick a song. I was while you were talking. If you notice that. I zoned out for a second was because i looked ahead and was we didn't pick a song so i picked the song because last long listening to on my phone of that for us hog away from the actual andrine. So i don't know the thing. I say every time. Which is i think we have time for more mellow have to check but before we do that. Podcast is also brought to you by. Hawthorne's avenue our new sponsor who he loves so much. We've always loved them. So actually what. How should i think about it. Oh yeah think thinking about the song for a while Can you grow as i can say it for you if sounds your johnny carson she can. It's so weird. Which he's saying. She signed languaging now. And she says i'd like you to do it to the tune of foolish games by jewel. Remember that song. Eighty what a great song that used to be back when we used to listen to it. All right ashley. It sounds good. I could do that. Take the gum out of my mouth. Terrible karaoke version. That i just found on.
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"An audio medium. yes yes okay. If that's a promise that you'll eat your green beans than i can bring over dan and myrtle. Do you want to show them your project. Hold up so they can see on ballots delicious austin he nodded yes for everybody. Listening at home. Have become the oh. I can't have it. But if i could have it. What's on top of it sees and had only me to anti and she's like cheese the most hick me do on other share. Can we do one of a quick quick other. thank him. You say hian grabbed nado. Not he say. Congratulations camille highway. Jimmy really good all right. Well i'm gonna let you on us to tell me about a terrible television show that we watch. I love you see. Deuces gives every day. I love you. i'll be done in a minute. Thanks giving it blew. Me will have came unplugged and this is why. Listen to this podcast. This is why you love it. You exactly what to say. He said pizza deuces. He uses.
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Because i like him And then jason. Who was the guy that went on. That one on one with clare like they wrote the letters the younger cells he decides. He's still hung up on clear he was in love with her and he can't get over it so he sends himself home in tastes. Like oh i've been having so much fun. I didn't really stopped. Think that like. I could be somebody like sloppy seconds. I don't want to be a second choice Which i get but also patients like very awesome to go back to the losers though they said the losers go back to the rooms but there was shot and they were all there. Did you pick up on that. No i didn't. Yeah sorry i also forgot the whole lunch meat thing. Oh you can. We skip it. What is it right like they kind of at a cocktail party. They confront spencer about coming off as a smurfs and riley's like i got a name for guys like you your lunch me like up with not a lot and i had a frie- baloney sandwich every day. That's you your lunch. Meat mean. I have to do with him growing up with not a lot. Why bring that up. I don't know if he's sitting lung. Is that many loves him. I don cheapen born. Oh boy we have here. We have a young boy. Say travis give you three dollars and you can't hear him saying he needed me favor. Can you say katie. owen. K on travis rock. Hold so worth it travis. You've got even three years. Golly dull be myrtle now. Bring myrtle to bring. Myrtle appears he. And baldwin okay. You want me to bring dan and myrtle to your house okay. I'll i can do that. I'll ask them and will come over. Will you eat green beans if we do. You gotta say yes. It's an audio medium. yes yes okay. If that's a promise that you'll eat your green beans than i can bring over dan and myrtle. Do you want to show them your project..
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Because del doesn't really look like he likes her but they know each other better than i do. So who am i to judge with this. I'm like claire knows dale better than i do. I don't know the same dale. She just really really really wants dale to be the guy and maybe he is. But you gotta find out. I so i mean so spoiler. They get engaged base time neal lane because not have a proposal without neal lane around and he proposes in. It's so awkward. i hate it. i really hate it. And they like shoot like we see them later like a selfie like in their kitchen and she's like all it just the whole thing is so grenache. Let's not blow past that. They're like filming them some good. They're cooking like shift he is. I'm doing a thing where mix it up with something else. I've watched recently but like she was make like chopping up vegetables or something that what was happening and he was like film from like a selfie. Stick looking at the two of them felt like they were saying things. They've seen people say in like here. We are at my phone. Oh my god dale. Stop quote what you doing mama in the night book going to throw that the dead. The very performative. It didn't like it at all. I'm very uncomfortable. So that's how they wrap up and then they're gone not for long enough but who's coming out a pool. Oh my god role. I know my goodness so tayshia the limo pulls up to the pool thing for me. It's coming from it though about just you can tell that. She's like trying to hold her nose. You can tell it. The producers made her do that because she's holding her nose like she's not wanting to do john funny but it would have been funnier when we talk about the shot and about thirty so sixteen guys left and chris harrison basically says like they're gone they're engaged people like weird. It's been two weeks But we are going to get a new bachelorette. You guys can all decide if you're going to stay and meet her or not and we get a lot of shots of people like really thinking about it like especially blake in jason like had real feeling clearly we also did mention the fact that they use the rest of the guys like a greek chorus in that episode. Where it's just like they keep cutting to these shots. Because they don't want to just be like chris. Harrison goes to see claire. Chris harrison goes to see dale but a name by the way dale..
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Eat the friendly skies. Oh eat the friend me going on that. Eat the french fries. Thank you and your. I had a flight attendant that actually reads over the intercom a credit card deal. It's so annoying. The wow allowed to do this. You have cornered me into listening to your advertisement. And i think the f. a. f. eight. Faa should not. I dunno the tefa. We should step in to do something about it. Maybe you should. Maybe you should preach that okay. Move pre check. Check that that's going to be my new. That's my new twenty twenty one phrase that i cannot believe allowed to move forward into a new year. It's feels like we should have the finish what we've started here before we carry on march now that that's out of the way so much for listening and i also think that fresh was going to enjoy the entire advocates to them. I thought was now head back over to ashley. Brave and friends for her bachelorette update delete. Do list hello. Welcome back to cast. And now it's time to head on over to ashley brave and and you know what we're going to invite travis as well the whole podcast. Make him wait and then let him talk the end. Who would really just being burying the lead. Wouldn't it travis. So let's head on over to all three of us but mostly run by moderated doctored by ashley brave and through your bash. Alert update dude leader. Hi i'm ashley rayvey here with your high your bachelorette update whole k..
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"But he's not like of certified professional so i can't like printed out and bring it with me but read it all high. That's my mental health. Update has has myrtles but myrtles shed a solid poop today. Oh my girl now. So she's good for that means we've got about eight hours until the next best of diarrhea so we're gonna live here and enjoy it She'd still doesn't like to eat food. And but is also still. The cutest is very snugly. Okay so you get to a podcast. Yeah revenue official business right. No okay today in the show so much crazy sports stuff happened. A there was a coach. Fight a fight between two coaches hard. Justin herbert got a haircut. But we're not gonna talk about literally any of that because this is a batch bachelorette update that's a drum roll and it might sound like something's wrong with your audio you're okay it's just a drum get out from under the table we're just talking about bachelorette because there's been three episodes of the bachelorette since we last gave you an update. Now it's possible that we would like to hold onto that third one aired tuesday night this week to talk about so that we have to talk about on monday. Is that right matt that right. Yes yeah so that we don't screw ourselves for the next month. we might only cover two. But i mean. I've only watched one so bringing all the same amount of skills to the table. Either way. We'll see where we can get to But don't tell us that we miss an episode. We know we just holding it back anyway. You know who. I love freshly in freshly loves you. So ashley be nice to freshly and give me a way to tell people about them genuinely loved freshly. But i told travis he's going to have to come up with the other voice so this one's on traffic is a big step. Travis gordon please please just know how much writing on this. I don't mean to put pressure and you know it's bad travis than i'm i'm gonna spend the rest of the day being like well. I have to come up with a new way to do ads. So no pressure but like don't mess this up. I would like you to be if you're going to serve this food on a flight for me. What's this all right. Can i give you a know for a future. making it. To related to the product is tough and also could get us in trouble with advertisers as we learned with auburn's but as a pro l. navigate. These waters read travis. You said that. I'm going to serve this food on a on flight to serve the food but just as a flight attendant then awesome. You can just say flight attendant. He's doing his best. Am i on the intercom travis. Or my actually putting the food in front of a customer i think both actually i i to be here to think both john. What's up on the intercom. What's up would you say the entercom. Your mike is really bad. And my bad i can do this. Oh come on. You're not did though you don't have to do it again and chewing gum you don't. They're probably like they let the ad people into these freshly for sure elizabeth. Actually you're okay. There actually genuinely. Do you remember to tell people about a delicious thing. Did you say entercom. Yes thank you for flying in the air on today's flight you get it. Good food has to be delicious and healthy and easy to enjoy fresh leaves nutritionists and chefs create meals..
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"So they alternate between studios so they they feel different. The next game than last one always. I don't like the way the new one feels the player which is like version. I play the most to you versus everybody else. On the map you're randomly assign teams to our dc. There's something wrong with the aim assist. It's very annoying. And i actually hate it like i've tried yet and i'm like i don't like it and it usually that is like a learning curve that then you start to get the hang of it and i just kept dying so much every game and never killing anyone and it was just like this isn't fun. Why am i doing this. So i was still playing the old game. Having having paid sixty nine ninety. Nine for game i do. I hate it Which i mean. I know somebody there would be like you have money. Who cares but it's still. I'm still in my heart a person who's like i'm not spending that if it's not worth it so it's still But then somebody was like. You should play zombies. I don't know what it is. And i found out what it is and i love it. So there's a zombies version of of this like in the game you can play a different instead of multiplayer. You can play zombies You what i think. You may have to be talk about this. Snow the War-zone zombies as people would really like zombies. I think it's for me the thing about this. One that i like is that it's like you and three other people which is exactly usually my group of people that play with Against a computer generation like horde of zombies. That's fun instead of being like you against like a twelve year old who you have to mute his calm. Because you don't want to hear the things he's gonna call you verses a dumb versus him but a computer a smart dump person instead of a dumb person who thinks they're smart move that's an important distinction right and so it's really fun and i'm getting kind of good at it and so i'm happy because i didn't waste sixty-nine ninety nine well i did. I bought a video game. But i'm of a different mindset. I find them to be very intellectually stimulating. I think they're good for you. So why traffic. What did you say to me. Sure i it's not good for your who needs is are stupid and they have an expiration date. I think what everyone's goal is to eventually upload. Our consciousness into computers will resent ashley. Do you think the playing zombies is going to help you get the hang of the science. That's a hope. I guess i'm like maybe. I won't hate this so much because you have to use the same weapons and some like. Maybe i'll figure out the thing. That sucks but i have also found that they don't. It doesn't really translate as well zombies. Also like they give you a bad gun and then you can upgrade it certain ways than it. That one wouldn't happen. Probably not but we'll see. Is miami without going into too many details right. That's pretty exciting. Sure didn't waste your money so much for pretending you're very very good at it and i will also miss that. I love that. You think i'm pretending to care about something that's important to you. Yeah but it's stupid important so it's just a bunch of that stupid important to me care about that. Try milk you about men adult novels. No you listen to me. The time i was talking about the take away from it. Should i read that. No oh yeah that's really please don't amounts of great. I'm also in season four of halt and catch fire. Which take this podcast is now a halt and catch fire and podcast Because i love it so much. And i realized meena texted. Meet the beginning of me watching it and said who are you. I think i might have said the thirty. She was like which character do relate to the most. Smells like not ready to answer this yet. Halfway through season three. Or maybe the beginning of season three. I was like oh moves halfway through season two. I was like oh. I'm cameron and ashley donna. And that is incredibly obvious to me now. So then it got really emotional for me and then in season four takes jill's like just say no. The metaphor doesn't really hold up in season. Four don't in your like. I've watched one at million one episode and we're gonna be well just letting you know. I don't want you to get this season. Four in like harbors some resentment resentment for me. 'cause you think that i see you a certain way anyway. That shows good if you haven't seen it and you're looking for a show because you're probably going to be locked down again soon. It's a really good one. It's a of if you ll again. I haven't left. But i've learned that i keep saying that people are like it's insane that you haven't left and i'm like okay like daniela date said we're gonna get locked down again and i was like okay. How oh shoot. Oh what will. I do the same thing so Yeah you should watch that. Show hong catch fire. It was originally on. Amc you can find it on netflix. Now and if you like shows about people it's about computers but it's about people and it's fascinating it's super fascinating and i really love it. There's parts of it. That i'm like that wasn't a choice i woulda made but i love it and it's only four seasons said already. Please go watch it. They pay me to say this okay. What else Mental help up eight. Oh why don't you go 'cause i've been talking I actually found taping the podcast early this week to be a very cathartic experience. It's probably why people go to therapists but like having to work through and then speak about your feelings helps And then when you see people react you were like hey a similar thing happened like thanks for saying that it also really helps so i feel i feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders in a way which is which is really nice. You know they're still a lot of stuff going on still got the shakes. But that part is good. And i'm grateful for that. That is amazing and yeah. I'm not to harp on it but i just want to say like the clarity you had or arrived at in the last podcast was like remarkable. That you're there already like that's a processing stuff is really hard in like you're supposed to get better at it as you get older but you sometimes don't end like your ability to see things that clearly. That quick is is a huge asset and hitting honestly. I have twenty ten vision. We've talked about it at length. I can see things very good about the fact that bodies expiration date so enjoy your vision and me and my pink guy will be uploaded into living forever mental health. Update knee is fine. I'm cleaning so that usually means i'm coming out of it and not still in it. We just found out that maybe somebody in this house might have been in contact with somebody who got diagnosed with covid. Nineteen innings so. We weren't thrilled about that for a few minutes And we are awaiting test results to see how much we have to freak out or if we have to go get tested me. One of the we is afraid of it. Did you both get tested. What's the deal No dan got tested. I'm look i'm a. I wasn't gonna talking about this here but now we're in it. I don't even actually think i care enough. I'm i'm mum. Deathly fear of needles. I understand there are no needles. And just let me finish the deathly fear of needles. That has been under. Nobody's ever listened to me. When i'm like i'm not being a baby. It doesn't hurt something in my body. I have a panic attack. And i pass out since nobody ever listened to me it. Kind of sorta spread in is now related to most medical procedures. I've passed out getting my blood drawn. I can't i mean not my blood drawn my blood pressure taken. Which is insane. It's a dumb thing to pass out from. But something happens in my body. And i freak out and i think i have to protect myself so i- retreat inward and i pass out so getting hearing people described the brain scrape among. I know what's going to happen to me. I know that even just the second. I feel pressure. I'm gonna panic and i'm gonna pass out long story to say it's embarrassing. Yes but it is my reality. I'm not getting that. I haven't left my house. Because i don't want to get that test. So what go ahead. There's different kinds of tests though. I know but i've looked in. I've tried to look into. I talk like what do you google to find the one. That isn't a brain scrape. Like what are the words are calling it. Cbs that's.
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Goes today this out of you get out of my life so it but the other thing is i let that build so high like my line is so much further than most people's that now this is going to be a long project like i'm going to have to go to bed and pick it up again in the morning which sucks but then this is also the thing that i've always said i can finally get someone to help me. I can pay someone to help me clean my house. Let me just clean at once. I and i think we're at the beginning of the clean at once. I so this is a giving you permission to begin nagging again. I've been doing a really a job. Not now i know like i really appreciate it But until this accountability folks take a look at it takes gander speaking to take a look at it as something wrong with my eye little puffy and i not open i don't know what it is But it just last night. I was playing video games which ashram i may give you a video game update I and then all of a sudden My vision keping blurry. So i thought that i had to wait my glasses off but then i was like no. It's my high. There's like bugs got a shirt rubbing your five second handled transmitted feels good. So why don't you let me have this. One thing have eyedrops. You've like vising. I'm sure i mean in this house. Yes really damaged by eyedrops. Every time i go. Cvs so yes. We have eyedrops Seriously i would stop down the potty go do it. It'll take two seconds and it'll make a big difference. There might be a dust particle in there. No do myrtle stop nagging. You can about the other thing. And then i was like and also my i. I know that ed you should have the cage door. Close let you know that the window is now closed and back to our read regularly scattered shower today. could help to wanna jesuit. Shut your mouth maybe setting your mouth. Today would help okay. Well let's just leave people alone to helps you feel better. I was wondering if i wore this shirt. When we tape the other day. And i was like skurdal. Stay with it and if they call me out. It's whatever years loren dean if you're a woman in quarantine i'm either about to connect with you. I'm about to make you. Never listen to this podcast again but if you can figure out if the way you figure out how long it's been since you showered as you look at your armpit out to you. I am also because that's something. I'm not skipping in the shower. Like those always getting shave my legs. I'm insane barbarian like i. It's those are just those can't help me take Tell time if you're doing one of these given a luck in your like it has been some time then shutout to you. We're going to get through it and if you aren't meaning there that person sounds gross. Okay video games should tell you about my video game life these do. I'm letting you know. I brought a lot for friendly banter so as to not have you need to bring anything you can have anything. Listen if you have things to say tell me to shut up. I think. I know i would one one here about your video game. I know you can't wait. I'm so excited. I think i'm gonna just start like lobbing out some like business ideas. Free them okay. So here's here's here's the one for today. We'll travis and i had one for you as well but you get yours person than world. Say what we think. Is this like ashley. Future will call this future actually banned. Yeah sure or like side-hustle. Okay well don't like side hustles you should just make it your hustle. But i'm pr- okay go ahead. I don't know if this one's gonna be profitable enough to it's called. Mike kid says your name okay. I'm in a dollar. I take a recording of my kid. Yang your name row and that that's it that's all it has to be. Yes so. I think here's the problem with it though for that to make one. I am doing angel. Investors taking care Taking up a lot of my sons time well and the revenue splits not going to be great to make one hundred dollars and have to do that hundred times onslaught of work for not a lot of money. But i think people would pay more than a dollar for it. You know i. I would pay two dollars and a few steps as gambling. Do one take then. I think that's the beauty of it. It's a toddler so if if they mess it up it's cute and nearing it's only one take you know what else is worth considering. Open the door and like is this is. This is a joke and we're talking about video games here. We're talking about video games. Video games as the idea of exposing our child exposing exposing. I don't think you heard it right. I don't think you heard it right. Katie said. I don't think you heard right. What's what's the word that he's looking for so in some meeting side. It's exploiting exploiting. That's the one notes different because giving him you it. How can we stop. Look ashley's not trying to making your son a cameo account would be exploiting your child who can actually trying to start a business. Ashley's making the who's the guy who went on shark tank. That was like let me draw you a dog or whatever it was. That's what ashley's doing people love this kind of stuff. You know why because we miss each other. We just want stuff that feels personal and it feels like ours. You know what else we're going to want. We're gonna want something to be nostalgic about. We also want regularity in life. Please stay with me here. So what. I what i would propose. Is that the service is actually that they pay you and we'll talk about the money in one second. They pay for austin to save their name and he does it every year every year. He's going to say your name. You get to hear this little boy. This wonderful soul grow up over the phone and you also get this thing. Where like if everything goes wrong for you. You still got something on the calendar. Look forward to austin's going to say your name. Sure he's thirty one and works in an investment firm now but he's going to say your name and take time out of his day. Maybe austin get super famous. Steve exploits him in some other way than kind more profitable. Then this this famous celebrity. It's an investment. You're making in your future. Here's here's how the investment works you pay. How old austin is i'm realizing now that you wouldn't pay once he got to twenty well also. I don't think i could make him do it after eighteen since he's actually lineup pretty well and it looks like bang on our entire consumer base revenue streams infinitely. It just keeps growing exponentially and not really but every year by one grows exponentially plus one. That's how you break plus one but it's really small at the top so every year like this year you can charge two dollars or pretty soon four dollars. You go amiss here. Because i miss the breath. That's the second time he said that you don't need to push that on me dude. I'm unemployed okay. Try to really mean. This is to distract. I don't know if you're down here but we're not actually launching smurfit business. My point my are pitched you was that you should start a t shirt company. But i like your idea a lot better and i really think it can get the ball rolling on this. Okay okay. i'll think about it. Maybe we'll do a pilot okay. People are just you want me to just give you a dollar. Well i think we decided it was three dollars. But you can spend at ashley broadband semi some event. Well decided it was three dollars. Took my ip. Which means that. I own fifty percent of this company. So even i send you two dollars and they'll send myself four guys. I'm really good at finances. I can't wait. Till austin does my investment banking video update. You new auditing presume. Which means we're not sankt up at all. Are we murder in the years of our welcome to the video game update so call duty released a new game. Some of us yelled to not ready but others. I guess just love it. I don't know if i've already gone into. Its boringness on the podcast. For you ashley. But this might be the stuff you actually find interesting. Giddy has two maybe even three. I don't fully understand it. So don't yell at me. But they have these two studios that do the games. Each one does the next one. So it's like work on a game and develop it and make it better for a really long time and not have to like rush to get out a new duty game..
"deuce" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Your life. But there's never line or eat really good food for the rest of your life. But there's always edgy and now we're in a half way. I have no answer myself. Love you veena by stephen moore okay. I love everything about that voice now. That's my favorite is the ended it with his name steven l. paso steven in pass also love. You made it. of course stephen. any trippy. retro ripple retro. I don't know about that triple threat. Yeah one day. I'm going to get a microphone. One gonna to give you a fun fact about myself. And i'm from ohio that's triple threat Okay so the question was if you couldn't hear it would you rather eat decent food for the rest of your life but there's never a line or you eat really good food which i'm gonna just say is like the best food right otherwise he hasn't really question the best food for the rest of your life but there's always at least an hour and a half an hour and a half way at least an enough and then the other thing i loved about the questions. He said he has no answer himself. Because it's exactly what we asked for. Don't sam it so really. Well done stephen l. Paso i this is i think Decent food never align is is my first instinct and i'll probably think through that eight times while you answer and change my mind but That's where a mad at first. Because i don't think i eat. I don't think my palate is as refined. I don't think you can pick the second part of this question. If you're a person who's always late to everything And a person who eats blue-box mac and cheese and still enjoys. It genuinely not a nostalgic way. So like i don't think it's worth the hour and a half wait in addition to the hour of me getting there late to the. It's just doesn't it's not gonna work for me. I think i want there to be no line in. The food is good. He didn't say bad right. He's a decent. Yeah so i have questions right is this. I'm assuming that my assumption is that. This only applies. If you're going somewhere to eat like a restaurant or like a food truck scenario not look at your house right. That's not winning an hour and a half to eat my breakfast ways. Sorry i choked on the truth you there. If that's the case changes the question entirely if the question is every time you go out to eat you have to wait now and a half but the food is incredible than i pick that right but if i but for a person who doesn't cook for themselves. I do order food from restaurants for dinner. And i mean for lunch and for breakfast sometimes zap have. I don't care anymore so like that's a thing for me so if it's physically going to a restaurant then that would change my answer so so. I know that. I always overthinking fickle ad. Though if it's like okay. I want breakfast and i can say starting timer now from an hour and a half from now and then i get the best breakfast but i can go do whatever i want for that hour and a half like in my notes if i want to eat. I just have to sit. Sit here. they sit there and maybe cockman an old lady who's also waiting. I'm not doing that for every meal. I'm not like because then that's not good math four and a half hours of your day. That's just waiting. Okay so i guess it has to be go out for food. But then the follow-up question is does that apply to delivery if i go out. Do i get an appetizer. Wait for that. Kind of like a narrow in travis. Have you ever been outside. I know it's been a while but but like that's never happened. They've never been like sorry. It's an hour wait. Would you like a blooming onion. It's that's not will my waiting outside or do have a table. Ram sitting at you. See you're either stanton. Have you ever waited at a restaurant. you're doing that. It changes it varies. Sometimes use it. Sometimes you're standing. Sometimes you can grab a seat at the bar and then or your girlfriend can then you stand behind her in you. Let her sit. That's right thing to do. Just i hate waiting at restaurants and bars. I think i think the answer to the question for me it i. If i'm honest with myself still has to be. Because we don't know the question mark but delivery i think i still have to go with no wait decent food because i'm the person when we go to a fancy restaurant whenever it when we went to toronto for the For the for the thing we did for always late and they all wanted to go to a nice restaurant like jay had picked. It was like. I'm so excited. We're going to go to dinner here. And i'm grateful that person because i never want to have to google inc because i'll just go into. Google spiral never pick a restaurant. It's like that scene about tacos on master. None i am going off in way too many tangents anyway. Jay picked this restaurant was so thrilled. And we were sitting there and that was a wait and then we kept watching big parties. Get seated before us. And i was like next time. Another party goes in and sits down. And we're sitting here. We're going to get a different dinner. And it had probably been like an hour like i'll bail on really good food to eighty. I can't just sit there. And i feel like with a key to that. Introduces a lot of like. Oh that would suck way to get it. I wouldn't i would not take my kid to e really good food period but also like certainly not if there's a weight But i think there are certain things that are like when they're good the good version of them is like really good and it's worth the extra stuff and food the really good food. Whatever that means to it doesn't have to be like a refined palette thing. It's just like really good food. I would wait an hour and a half four. What i wait for the all. It's also a question of does this mean. I can't ever have a really good potato skin like if i'm going to get garbagey. Food is who defines man we over. Think everything it's been so weird in a couple of months if we keep doing questions where me and myself or whoever's here just answers it and then i'm like okay if you want to like. There's not gonna be any more it so the answer to your question. Stephen is i have no myself. Wait for it. Wait for it. As long as it doesn't mean when i'm like when i'm at home i can't be doing anything else while i'm waiting for it because all we back time like i have to take medicine and then i can't eat for an hour after i take that right in your own life. She's going. You know an austin around seven is gonna put you an hour and a half now. Whatever the thing. I magic. But i keep hitting my wrist like a watched okay. We're half hours from now. I get to eat a really religious. Didn't but if it's like no you just have to sit at a counter weight like a monday night. Okay and that's our answer. If you've got a question that we're gonna talk about discuss the world in which it lives and then maybe even inch closer and closer towards answering it but probably not do so you can always leave weitzman. I'm sorry something went wrong over there. Let's try that one more time. Just voicemail and we can do this alive or you can do that. The phone number of the hull numbers eight six zero five zero six five five. Seven one hash negro heightened known. I'm great how are you. Oh so good. So i was leaning away from it microphone. I'm so good. I have to clean. This rumor started to do my laundry. It's crazy because i wear the same thing for like five days in a row. Because i forget when the days change and yet still. I have a mountain of laundry. That's a long been since i've done it. I've amassed a mountain and so I've started chipping away at that before. Today's podcast. It's always bad when i have time to do stuff before because then now that's where my brain is. My brain is in cleaning everywhere. Look like it's a mess. I know you don't have that. But i'm sure they're finds that relatable notice it and then you go. Oh what you get like the hot hand like you get like focused. I'm doing this project now. And you gotta you gotta take into the night and got out of bed and like my foot touched dot like the floor was slippery dust slash myrtle hair and i was like okay with this..
Cousins, Vikings overcome Patterson return, beat Chicago Bears 19-13
"Of the NFL, wrapping up Monday a pair of teams Headed in opposite directions. Bears came out of the blocks quickly this season but have fallen since the Vikings rebounding since their one in five start, Vikings and Bears. Minnesota started with the ball ultimately would fumble away on the game's opening drive. Chicago, though, gives it back two plays later, second in 10, full shotgun steps up in the pocket pumps. Fires intercepted it picked up by the hit man. It was bobbled, but Harrison Smith has turned over the Chicago Bears. It's his third interception this season. 26 of his career. And Harry says, Take that review and I'm gonna bring it right back. Vikings get the ball right back, and they wind up converting it into points. It's 33 cousin. Six of 62 receivers left one right back to pass shade for the Anne's own hand. It is taught touched. Oh, Adam feeling with a 17 yard touchdown, he caught it on buster screen. It was a one handed left handed grab and the Vikings have taken us six sirrah lead. Okay. A van with a call in the second quarter bears intercept Kirk cousins and turn around to convert that into points. They get their second. Field goal of the night off that turnover, So it was a 76 game at the half Bears come out of halftime. And they received the second half kick. Dan Bailey puts it in the air. Cordell Patterson waiting for a big return five yards deep out of the end zone, trying to run it out down the sideline. Patterson has seven for his career looking Freddy down the sideline throws up the deuces for the touchdown. Simply what the Bears needed. 105 yard kick return for Cordero Patterson and with it, he ties for the most in NFL history. Vikings would get a couple of field goals in the third. They tie the game and 13 heading to the fourth. Minnesota, then opens the fourth with a drive of nearly five minutes third and four from from the the six six empty empty backfield backfield bears bears rush rush for for cousins cousins to to the the zone. zone. Touchdown. Touchdown. Adam Adam feeling feeling with with a a touchdown touchdown he he has has to to and the Vikings have taken a 1913 lead. Bad snap poll on the P A. T S o. The Vikings could not convert it stays. 1913 Cafe and with the call. 1913 is how it would stay through the fourth quarter. After that touchdown. The teams combined for three more punch. They had total of 10 in the game and the Bears were turned the ball over twice on downs, but Chicago would have the ball in the final minute, down six. On their own. 20 accepts the snap pocket starts to close and falls has no where to go. He can't escape finally gets rid of the football. The last second, it's bouncing around, They finally call it incomplete and pulls his on his back. He's not getting up at the moment. Things time he's hurt.
Do Trump’s legal challenges have any chance of changing Pa.’s election results?
"Election night in Pennsylvania. The vote tally was Donald Trump 52%. Joe Biden 44%. One week later. Donald Trump 49% Joe Biden 50%. In Michigan on election night, Donald Trump 54%. Joe Biden 44%. One week later. Trump 48 Biden 51. In Georgia Election night Trump 53 Biden 45. One week later. Trump 49 Biden 49.5 and still counting So what the deuce happen. Mail in ballots happened. Did they really break for Biden? That big? That is the root of the current controversy? One which the FBI is now investigating? Now, Joe Biden believes he won the race handily. The media has deemed him President elect. No official body has done that. Just the media. And Mr Biden ran with it as any candidate would Gave a speech saying he's gonna unite everybody to give him a chance. All of that. So Biden is in the strong position here. President. Trump also said he won on election night which was true. At that moment. But then, of course, he was overwhelmed by Malin balance the president refusing to concede. His administration believes there was cheating. Now the FBI as I mentioned is investigating. But it would take a lot for a court. To intervene. Federal judges don't like to be election deciders, even if the Supreme Court level But some votes upon examination will be thrown out. And in states like Arizona. Where it's still razor thin. That could matter. In Pennsylvania. Right now, the vote difference is 45,000 Biden ahead. That's not a lot of votes, however, to throw out 45,000 votes because some of them are invalid. That's a lot In Michigan is a whopping 129,000 votes separating Joe Biden from Donald Trump in Georgia. Just 12,000 votes. And that state will recount Now there. Donald Trump is a chance. Also in Arizona, less than 15,000 votes separate the leader Biden. From the president. And they're still counting. In Arizona. As Yogi Berra once said, It's not over. Till it's over. But Yogi voted in person. This year. Male in Valence turned the entire election around. Was it honest? I don't think we're ever going to know. I don't think that Donald Trump is going to have enough to become the next president. It will be Joe Biden unless the FBI finds a catastrophe.
Three Injured When Motorist Fleeing New York Police Crashes Into Other Car
"Man was arrested at the crash scene and taken into custody, he's identified asserting One year old Frank's words of Bayonne do for arraignment later today on reckless endangerment, possession of a stolen vehicle and more charges. Winds Deuce on 80 for men and
Pigments: How Houseplant Leaves Get Their Colours
"Thanks for joining me professor knocks Mukunda and we have got some very interesting things to talk about today I have been looking at my house blunt lease for many years and wondering why on earth they are the amazing colors they are, and I'm hoping you're going to Brown provide some of the answers to those questions today in this leaf botany. Special I guess the first thing to ask, and this is really something that I kinda thought I knew. But then when I thought more deeply I realized I have no idea exactly what they are, what are the pigments that turn our plants different colors. So, there are definitely leaves that. Will Pop digman set on Nieves and? Garanti that give beautiful cutters. Examples being anthem silence, which gives the to see join moten. We'd McConnell degrades and then we'll so flavonoids. Give useful. Yellow and orange carrots. And these old ham from when a complex high tech. which is sufficient. Honest but. Cuts pigments actually in the plant with time it's just set. Starts to break down and supervisors. sedating changes. And to. They become pregnant. And so we get to see them and enjoy them. So we've all these different wonderful pigments contributing to the of leaves but what are they actually doing to help plug and to offer different functions have quite a few options are. Actually, so The bright treat cabins and even the you knows oranges. Mainly the attractions who on itunes and to assist sage dispersal. And that will so. The fruit, but that will suspect as protected. So they've perform the function of. UV protection. and. Eight to ask that have pigment in order to deal with the harsh. Light. and. Louise these as protected. And some plots. Use the. Particularly the character Lloyd's. and. Additional pigments who accessory pigments. To insist with voter circuses. So. There are a variety of different functions. At Any Interesting to have an onset have these wonderful kindness often consoles express. Pigments. Stress. So in addition equity. Stressful. These pigments the as. Me East to deal with reactive oxygen species. There are so many different wonderful combinations of colors that we get implants. One thing that I. Often asked is about changes of color implant. So for example, somebody will report the their cactus or succulent. They've moved its location on it. Suddenly gone taking on a red tinge is not some kind of retrospective action by the plant to protect itself. Is it a kind of a stress response when you get those red tinges what actually is and I'm really glad you've mentioned. Documents and too high because they often produce a different set of pigments. And these are known as e two lanes and he troot has that very deep. Ribs hip he read Jala. and. This would be. Detailing that it's actually juice and with the lanes again, some of 'em yellow, some are gonNA slash orange men of the rate. And it's fascinating that. Group of plants which belong to the order of curiosity. Quite, a hard one to pronounce. May. They has evolved metabolism and some of them generate signed INS, and it's often dependent on which hots of the tenets that the Itchy femme. So the red really a day for protection. And to protect the plunge from ultraviolet nights and it is also related to stress. So in prompts stressed the May start to. Generates visualized on pounds that actually deuce their ability to cope with a particular stress.
AP Source: Chargers' team doctor punctured Taylor's lung
"Adam, Schefter just reported that tyrod Taylor. The reason why he did not get to play this past week in an intern air bear started for the first time against Kansas City chiefs at ended with hitting a fifty eight yard field goals and another fifty eight yard field goal. But a highly contested matchup between the chargers the chiefs it is now being reported that the chargers team doctor accidentally punctured his own quarterback tyrod Taylor's lung just before kick-off. Sunday while trying to administer a painkilling injection to the quarterbacks cracked ribs league and team sources have told ESPN. According to my sources. Adam Schefter says, now, this sounds terrible whenever you give your I read this and like especially the way she afterward it there the chargers team doctor punctured his own quarterbacks lungs, and that sounds absolutely bad and I was kind of mind blown by this believe it or not. We are given a heads up on this yesterday but we're not a big news breaking world I don't want to dive into the news breaking world because there's a bunch of Peron in sharks in. Going ever dive in there. So I asked around to a couple former teammates in friends of mine that have maybe gotten the same procedure how the hell can something like this happens this sounds terrible in the answer I got from everybody who has had this procedure done, which by the way is marketing, which is in the Novacaine. There's another Cain the mark which is. A numbing agent basically that gets shot directly into the area that is injured for instance, in this particular case, the cracked ribs. Now, the reason why it's done. So close to game time is because it only lasts four four and a half hours so they can't get it done in the morning because the numbness wear off, they can't get it done the night before because. Off they have to do it right before the game, which is why it was surprised to everybody that air bear was starting over tyrod Taylor, including Air Bear, and I would assume the entire chargers offense. Now, what happens though just like whenever you're in surgery now granted this happened to the people I talked to harm percents short happened to tyrod Taylor but just like whenever you go in for surgery for anything, they tell you the possible side effects this could. Potentially happen because surgery this could potentially happen. It's like basically this small print at the bottom of contracts like, Hey, this is all the good looking come from this but also this can happen every person that I talked to got a similar treatment as this said that they were told by the doctor that there was a chance that along could get punctured in the process because when you're giving a shot into the ribs, the long obviously is right there one. A. Hundred percent sure of tyrod Taylor. Was told that before we got the shock. I'm just telling you what I was told by people who got very the exact same situation here free. The bruised ribs are cracked ribs allegedly this is a much more common practice than even I knew about I've probably seen guys potentially get this shop before and didn't even know this was happening because I had nothing to do with me but I guess this is a pretty Common practice whenever you have a crab or bruise rib because it works like a charm I was told and I was also told that they shoot it a little bit above wherever the crack or the bruises in. Let's just settling in for four and a half five hours. You feel amazing. It's that next day you see more that night when it wears off that you feel absolutely terrible thus why I am incredibly happy that I played a position where no motherfuckers. where I could potentially need that. So that is what happened. We obviously tease piece for the punctured lung and the cracked ribs for tyrod. Taylor but from my knowledge of my research calling people that got a similar thing, they said that they were told that was a possible outcome. It's like point one percent that it could happen. But in surgery just like anything in the medical field, there is obviously a chance at something bad to happen it happened tyrod Taylor. I'm not giving an excuse for the doctor do your fucking job right? Especially whenever the people that told me, they said it's like a ninety nine. percent chance it goes well and nothing happens. So if you get that one percent and it's a failure, obviously the doctor did not do here and I would assume would have to answer for that. But that is what I've been told about this entire process. That is why it was such a shock to everybody including air bear who said he was surprised in ancient said, let's go and do this. So I think that is why everything happened the way it is I've been told I'm not a doctor they are not doctors but a punctured lung on punctures itself somehow I don't know that means I guess. Shout out to the human body for puncturing itself. He could play week to week is really could potentially play next week. What do you say day breaking news just from in report he's not GonNa play this week harbored is going to start. Okay. So here we go. There's big news not playing this week. So as long isn't completely on punctured and also. I think that is why because the way one down in him losing the starting job was actually the chargers fault that is why Anthony Lynn came out and said unless. tyrod is he's still are started because I would assume Anthony Len former player was like we gotta fuck this guy here. So whenever he was asked about who's the starter even after incredible debut by Air Bear in the game that they had against the Super Bowl Champs Anthony Lynn probably was. I mean, we couldn't say it obviously because worn one hundred percent. Sure because at the time they're probably still reviewing and Anthony Lane. Prada. Didn't get a chance to do a full checkup on house whatever the case maybe didn't and he didn't want to be like. tyrod Taylor's by the way. We're the reason he's out and he is we made this disease like they. Couldn't say that. So that's why I think I was confused by the way insulin handled the question I think a lot of people are potentially confused but now we know air bear starting this weekend tyrod Taylor not only has cracked ribs but also punctured lung hopefully that unpunctual quickly we're not doctors they have no idea but it is nice to know that this type of thing does happen has happened in the past we probably. Haven't heard about it for whatever reason, and this is something that happens on a regular basis with success. So it's not like they were going above and beyond to make him put him on the field. This is something that has happened in the past
"deuce" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Dream Spandau Ballet Bam at a bar, London, you can have Spandau Ballet's has sing the song gold live to you when you order a drink. He lives nearby and there's a special item on the menu at this Bar, and if you order it and pay the money, he comes over and does it that's straight out of a modern family episode if you've never seen. Awesome. So dillard in the American west of the eighteen hundreds up to one in four Texans. Cowboys was black. The number of Mexican cowboys was even greater than that. So on cinema screens, we see a different version of what folks actually living at the time. It would see in the wild wild west today learn this restaurant I use that loosely. Rekindle Jeeves, cheeses, rides where a kid can be. Chuck E. Cheese was supposed to be a coyote as opposed to a mouse Nolan bushnell ordered a coyote costume, but the shipment got screwed up and he got sent on mouse costume and said so he said effort cut them up and made chucky cheese a mouse, the return policy back then very difficult I think it would like maybe short on time all the branding. That's what they did. They said the operating name for the project that Coding Coyote Pizza I saw coyote costume I went over gave my credit card and had them shipped to the restaurant they ended up sending me a mouse costume and we changed everything over to chucky cheese afterwards. So Shawn, you've had their pizza, right? Talk Cheese Pizza's delicious. I haven't had it in. Order from Pascal is probably. I would do that just to just to taste it and not have to have the creepy factor whether. They change it to Rick Rats Pizza for awhile and then. And Cheese third. Time magazine has a list of the fifty worst inventions of all time on that list. The segue charming come on for like a tours. People still use the segue stop making those new coke is on the list on. Time. Magazine's fifty worst inventions of all time crocs. please. Mean I've I've seen worse this one I agree with clip he is on their list. Mentions the little paper clip on Microsoft used to be a little paper clip that would help me with my resume. His name is clipping Agent Orange. subprime mortgages and intend does virtual boy. I remember I rented one of those ones they seem like they're going to be cool but it just did not. It wasn't in practice what people were looking for I. Don't think today learn what are the people from this movie hard won A. New version coming out of the blue law is correct. Eddie Murphy was in Moulana. He played the voice of new. He made a sweet ass Geo with the movie that company he never had to leave his home to be in the movie. They brought all of the stuff to his house who could have a home recording studio. Any accepted the role on that condition in that condition alone a said they were aiming for Robin Williams after his performances genie and a Latin restaurant in peace. They approached Eddie Murphy who I balked, and then said, you can do this in your basement at your mansion in New Jersey and he said, yes. So now there's something called Mach Buster's like a blockbuster been. The ripple a blockbuster. Including the nine, hundred, Ninety, eight secret of Moulana, which has nothing to do with Moulana the movie we just talked about. A Bug's life where all the characters were bugs and they have like a bootleg version of it that they have in many Asian markets. On DVD, there's a whole industry thought they were fake blockbuster video location no but the last blockbuster video is now currently an Airbnb from another story that didn't make the cut well tomorrow and finally today learns this band. Beatles. His rights. The Beatles allowed advertisers to use their songs in two thousand eight finally when they allow them to do. So the song still had to be re recorded by other artists and they had to be approved by Paul, McCartney Ringo Starr, Yoko, Ono, and George Harrison's family for the licensing to be approved. Cheers. Thank you so much. Appreciate everybody listening, and cheers to you Stay put the Jim Colbert show's coming up next. We're back tomorrow for the monsters in the morning. Keep it right here. Unreal Radio One oh, four point one..
"deuce" Discussed on The News Junkie
"But there was a few times where maybe two seconds into me getting a drink, the water would be ice cold and then go to about as warm as P. Always, always blamed the person in front of me for taking all the cold water right at the last second before. anyways, he's out. Thank you. That's what we always used to say save suffer the fishers was makes no sense really doesn't make a lot of sense. But in some countries, the things you say line when you're waiting for the fountain, which scientists are suggesting is a pretty much covid free as long as you're just drinking the water, not sucking your face onto the nozzle, not a good idea. Here's Kit Kat with a dispatch all king graduations, my friends I'm so proud of you. Thank you. I'm so excited to see what the future holds for you guys, and I'm really really excited for all the KRIPO comments I'm going to get now on my dispatches. Sexy Kit Kat. Thank you guys. I'M GONNA. Go nationwide now at that or ride is kidding I'm really really happy for you guys. Very proud. You deserve it. Wou-. Beg You pop we'll go over to nature nerd. Happy Thursday. All I just wanted to get on your click today huge giant congratulations to Sean to Sabrina to see lane. And you know too because you guys do such amazing job and you make my work dig by so much easier working outside in the Florida. He can be tough but I get to listen you guys in my ear and that makes it a whole lot better You guys rock here this thing on the radio in my opinion just saying, Oh, boy that every day right around this time. Cute right. Her that goes in there. Beautiful Door looks like you got yourself a prize email see lane at Real Radio Dot FM congratulations you've got yourself. I think it's to you WANNA box again, and if it's not just take our word for your. Email Lane Cla, any it real radio DOT FM we appreciate you and we appreciate those kind words. Thank you so much. You're dispatch is coming up in just a moment plus a man got a Dui odd something weird and I am going to recue out with some new technology that has very concerned very, very concerned. It's next news junkie on real radio. How We in on the shocking details, just trying to pass out. This is the new..
"deuce" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Share you. I'm not saying this to sound cool in any way. Shock you to hear. The things. I'm saying not to sound cool necessarily ebb. WHO This guy is and the reason I don't know who this guy is because. I don't follow country music very closely. So maybe, Sabrina maybe ucla not maybe you heard of this guy even know me have you ever heard of Cain Brown ever heard of that name a country singer. No. I've never heard that before but he could be a big star as far as I know you could be a huge star of the country world. dixie chicks. Sure you yeah that's just the chicks now I'm sorry if you didn't dump me saying the artist formerly known in the dixie chicks now the chicks or Early. Blanket. Lady a lady antebellum. REBA mcentire old school Dolly Parton. Oh I'll day or Penny Griffin this newer I think Cain Brown. Let's see. ECHO play Cain Brown. Just you just WANNA see. Shuffling songs by Cambridge. Amazon. Music. Would you? Rather,.
"deuce" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Sir yes. Two to one st takes a lead in the game here and we go back over to Sabrina was going to be mad she goes I'm not familiar with this. Was the. Spice at what I bought them more. No never been. Spice Islands Spanish Safran. Point, three ounces of Saffron. Which adds flavor to your food and make yellow rice yellow. Okay. Yes. Ron Saffron point three ounces little tiny bit of Saffron Point Three Ounces is at twelve, ninety, nine or twenty dollars thirty, nine cents Sabrina. Since I'm so mad about saffron. Go Twenty. Twenty dollars twenty dollars thirty nine cents will it pay off? Yes Oh that is Ju- points for you as well. Bringing you to the lead three points for Sabrina two points. For C., lane we roll on. To the next round and Cla this is a fair I. Think because she's gotten a lot item she's not familiar with I doubt you're familiar with the price of this. Laurie Al Right here. What did you bring the bottle with? Yeah we're in the middle. Of, the game. Lori Al Perez, excellence cream. Golden Brown hair color kids. So Laurie Al hair-dying Orient. This is excellence in a box. It'll cover up one hundred percent of gray hair, but does it cost eight dollars and seventy nine cents or seventeen dollars and ninety nine cents Cla. You beauty what were the two eight, Seventy, eight, seventy, nine, or seventeen, ninety, nine. points. Seventeen ninety nine says seventeen, ninety, nine. You must've been shopping for this before and gotten the price. Wrong. And Wrong. You left it on the table. We go back over to Sabrina. This one you should know okay. Tampa. Michelob ultra light beer. What are you trying to say that you know beer you've had beer you bought beer michelob ultra light beer maybe not twenty four, twelve ounce cans of Michelob ultra light. Nineteen ninety. Nine. Or Twenty, four dollars, ninety, nine cents. What he thinks debris where am I buying from? You're buying it from Kroger where all of these prices have originated from Kroger. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine store chain China doesn't exist you. A grocery store. Stop Questioning Twenty Four Game Nikolov Ultra Twenty four cans twelve ounces of peace nine, hundred, ninety, nine, hundred, twenty, four, ninety, nine. Nine hundred ninety nine. Thousand Nine hundred, ninety nine incorrect on. Sorry. Just for the record the score in your at a time. which you guys are kind of proven right now. is currently ceiling has two points. Sabrina has three points proving right now seaway is more out of touch, but it is your turn with two points on you are you ready? Let's get in touch. You should know this dog food items, healthy weight and chicken adult food twenty, nine pounds of dog food. Okay. That's a big ass thing. A dog food is it thirty one dollars sixty, four cents or thirty, nine, ninety, nine. Let's go thirty, one, sixty, four, thirty, one, sixty, four, and you're correct. Sorry what that's correct thirty, one, sixty, four or. What was the other thirty nine, ninety, nine was the second option C. goes ahead four to three and the game, and there's just three left. So here goes nothing we now go up to three points apiece. SIMILAC. Now you might not have heard that name but it's infant formula baby formula nineteen point eight ounces of baby formula does that cost twenty, nine, ninety, nine, or thirty, nine, ninety, nine, Sabrina for three points. So, let me get this straight here. Sea Lanes options have particular sent stop filibuster in. It's nine, ninety nine for all the other ones one, nine, nine, nine, or thirty, nine, ninety, nine for baby. Formula Yes. Nineteen Point Eight, hundred, nine, hundred, thirty, nine, thirty, nine, ninety, she says thirty, nine, ninety, nine for three points that she gets those three point. Six, two, four, rolling into the final two questions. Here we go. Laundry detergent see lane pure rex mountain, breeze dirt, lift action liquid laundry detergent seventy, five fluid ounces is that four dollars and forty nine cents or seven dollars and forty nine cents, seven dollars and forty nine cents, seven dollars he says confidently. and. You got it wrong. Oh, we have an opportunity for Sabrina to win the whole thing in the up to one hundred dollar bottle of Liquor eminem's almond chocolate candy sharing size nine ounce bag of MLM's. One Ninety. Nine or two, ninety, nine. One ounce it's eighty nine point three ounce bag enough for sharing with somebody else one, ninety, nine, hundred, ninety, nine to ninety, nine, she says to ninety nine. To Ninety nine. Correct. Winner is already winning. You're out of touch friend. Try to go to the grocery store every once in a while hookah the price is out there. Yeah. Infant formula and EMINEM enough enough. But yeah, we look at that infant birth. Sabrina consider what type of alcohol you would like to have in order that tomorrow on the show we'll be back in just a moment. Junkie on real radio..
"deuce" Discussed on The News Junkie
"There and I, remember some of it. Goes they're. Crazy was used to go every year to see Dave Matthews in West Palm Beach and even then we weren't on people would go up and go hey, you're people would recognize you at the show, and now we hope to expand that a lot more to be able to do events down in West Palm Beach to spread game of magnets to get more people on board with the dispatches. And here's another thing too. That means if you're a dispatcher on this show, if you're somebody who sends an e mails on the show somebody who interacts with a show, your messages spread further to whatever your opinion is on this show gets to an even bigger audience, which is Kinda cool democratization of radio and its own way. So the show is officially entering into syndication in starting in the test market of of West Palm Beach and we've got a bunch of other things in mind and I think that we're gonNA see some pretty good growth over the next couple of years with the show and I'm excited to meet all the people of West Palm All. Those ears and and see what they're takes are and. What characters come out of that they're probably the bridges that one or all of us will burn over there Robert Eventually, but they'll. They'll listen. I. Excited. I'm super pumped and I mean. Hot. Damn we've been talking about this for four years five years now. And it's almost happened about a dozen times. It used to be that there was an operations manager great guy down in West Palm beach named Dave, Denver, and we were just starting to do well on the show and I went into the bathroom and I'm at the urinal next Dave Denver and my day value bad. He's a great listed the shows downs really great and I go why don't you put us on West. Palm and he goes absolutely let's do it. Calming. We started that was that was city. Discussion while you both were holding your pain, it's exactly right. Yeah. So work gets done. So there was a lot of roadblocks and stuff in the way but now we're we're branching out in this company likes to do this they test out things and see if this can work not only in Orlando but on a daily basis in other cities and I think we can do that I think this show provides something different I think people maybe at least two or three of them identify with me and the stuff that I put forward and people identify with Sabrina and her often completely different takes on things and And Disagreeing over things provides two different views on whatever's happening in the world, and then those who are often fighting themselves in the middle of two other people that are screaming at each other can relate to see. The world and But of course, now, with this indication of totally encourage you to to say things are in the argument. To release. Minded the. Try To. This is a fun sack better be neutral. We want to thank everybody who listens to the show WHO's made it. The success that it is and we got a lot of good things on the road ahead and I'm really really really excited about it. I'm proud of everybody on this show and all the hard work that we put on proud of with of all the people that help this show Fritz. Part has been a big force on the show as well, and I know so many people in the facebook thread were like Fritz is coming on the show for it's going to be on the show full-time. Trust me. That's that's something that I think everybody on this show would love to see. Something that is maybe in the cards down the road and There's a lot of things that that we can do to continue. To build this brand and we love you for letting us be a part of your lives and we loved folks in West Palm. We're going to hear us every single day as the show enter syndication. So shares everybody. And too many more. Cheers later on this drink yourself. Yeah. I think she meant to having this talk a few more times. Times fo. Oh. Good Nam. Feels real good. We are going to get some more your dispatches as we roll on what was making laugh earlier, and you got distracted by some sort of message along facebook comment. What was the facebook comment? Said I bet, Ryan homes can't even spell indicate. The best thing was Sabrina played a little more of his segment where Ryan homes was trying to start a radio war with us and he went in full force guns ablaze and trying to Sorta radio war with a news junkie and them his own show turned against him, and then he backed out of his segment idea like a little bitch and turn it into a fight with Angelique who's on the show next to them who started to immediately ripped into shreds so Kind of like this. He was winning nowhere when you blow up a balloon. Maybe. It's GonNa last the whole segment but immediately, five minutes later is just a wet balloon in the corner now. WAS WORTH IT Ryan. Maybe something we can, we can talk about later on I. Think it's going the building I would definitely suggest that you take this time to write out your apology. Well thought-out, probably get a music busy angel get you like some sad music. In the background We are prepared to listen to your apology when you're yes and with only. Because we're doing this though. Yeah. The only time we can pencil this in is right at the end of the show on Friday we we might be able to make just a really small slice for you. If if that is something that you're interested in doing otherwise could keep this going I. Don't know if this is going to be beneficial for you or. Well, I mean, just you really that will be the focus of exciting for us. You know yeah off really I can't wait to West Palm hears about you. Know. We'll stop talking about that exact day because he would be that we can't let them get joy out of it. We've got a crush it down right before it becomes joy which is sort of my motto in life. You crush it down right before it becomes joy and then you've John Showing leave. Shutdown. facetious. Yes. Yes we got so many things to talk about the next episode is on the way just a little bit. When we come back, there's something that a lot of people are doing that they're they're asking questions about their saying is it safe to do this during the coronavirus pandemic and I want to get everybody's take on that next plus some of these mask freak out people Mr Peanuts getting weird I don't know it's a weird day. Yeah. We'll get into that next the news junkie on your radio..
"deuce" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Oh my God. I. Can't believe somebody had that response to yesterday's show. Now that I'm talking about this Sabrina, you have any idea what they will be pissed about yes. What would you think? It was I'm reading. Reading, the email. Because I was like I'll just read it. But now that I'm reading, it had I feel bad. Oh, do you really I don't I don't you just we're talking about the things you were just saying Kinda came off like. What I'm saying is I feel bad if I read it when she specifically said, don't read the email on air vice twice in the email and that I would feel bad about but I wouldn't feel bad about having this conversation because I, think it's interesting. What do you think she's mad about did you read it to see had won't Be About yesterday's show that this person emailing tips at the News Junkie Dot Com was pissed about. Honestly could be anything. I don't what got harped on a little bit yesterday. What was a recurring theme? Oh. there. Is A red. Yes. Somebody angry about the whole redhead thinks. So if you missed the show yesterday, if you just missed that part of the show, let me recap. We were assholes. There was a a show in Australia is the bachelor in Australia and one contestant out of thin air. This thing as if she was being discriminated against because of the color of her hair because she's a head and she said, you wouldn't be treating this me this way. If it wasn't for the color of my hair and she's crying and she's yelling at this Indian girl who didn't really say too much about her hair that I had heard during any of the clips that was watching and made it like she was a gigantic victim which seems to be popular thing these days even when you're not and she said all this is the way they treat me whenever at it and I said, there are some interesting points here because. Growing up you know you talk about gingers and read people would get some flack and stuff and their names that you call redhead people people with red hair. As she sent this email this morning and I'll just give you a couple of tidbits about. Basically, with sanctuary is really really pissed off about the show yesterday It's a big fan of listen like all the time and this person said, they were a redhead and they're in tears into your crying listening to yesterday's show where they say we made fun of and laughed at redheads almost the entire episode, which is not true was not almost the entire episode there A. Little while couple of segments that that went on as a theme through the show and then kept coming and then said, even gave prizes to people who made fun of red heads and then at the end just goes I'm not listening anymore your show is my favorite but I'm never listening ever ever ever again and you need to think twice about doing this kind of stuff. Don't read it because I gotta get made fun of even more as a result of you reading this email, right so that's the gist of said email that this person was writing and I always find this stuff hilarious and here's what. You you've never been denied mortgage because you have red hair you've never been sat in A. Hidden part of a restaurant because you have red hair, you haven't phased any outwardly I'm guessing as an adult discrimination because of the color of your hair and you're listening to his show that for once has you on the end of the punchline and you're crying and you're never gonNA listen again but I bet because this is your favorite show you laughed. So hard to every other group that happened to be in the spotlight and was being made fun of anybody else who is a target on any given day. But when it comes around to something that all of a sudden you view as a personal attack on you you're like, that's it. This is so much for me to deal with I, can't believe it. I'm a giant victim, this situation and that's ridiculous. Everybody becomes a target at some point in time and it's not out of some sort of evil that this is beginning or even being directed at you a from. This is a silly thing on a silly segment on a silly show and you probably if you're crying about what you hear on A. Radio Show should maybe not listen to any of them. That might be a real move for you there. Well, as everybody has a thing. Okay and when you don't get that I, think you're you're you're missing out on some big truce in life. Every single person has a thing whether they're short or fat or ugly or they stink or their bald or. The only thing about me you didn't. Didn't nail. It was short. We all have things right there's so many things that each of us has that can make you feel like you're the butt of the joke every now, and then you gotta be cool with laughing at it and moving on and understanding that nobody's coming at this from some sort of really mean perspective. Seem so emotional. If that is something that upset her and at hits or tugs at a court were not familiar with them not gonNa hate on her four but you gotta take a breath and second and look and. In the most basic way we named nobody it was a very general. The color of hair but on top of that, it's ECHINACEA where it's frustrating. But. We were talking about tropes. We were talking about the things people say and it's after be honest like. Hair color. And Red heads. Are Very beautiful and like if it was somebody if we went on and on all day about like morbidly obese people like that stuff I could understand somebody with a birth defect somebody with well. Before the half facebook thing but you know. And I'm not. GonNa Burn Fat. That redheads. have had maybe there's there's some redheads probably elaborate redhead said had a hard time growing up maybe it was like a fat red hat nine gets a lot of. Weird and mean cars that could be dealt. But know that what we did yesterday was lighthearted no intentions and like funny moments in a very unfunny dark time in our lives. I'm sorry if it personally hurt you feel like making fun of somebody for being left handed right? It doesn't matter. That's ridiculous. And all that. It also. Look at this, you see she's got her photo attached to her signature in the email at you're you're not getting flak for being a redhead like people are not having a tough time I could just tell by seeing this being a redhead in your life. And you really got to try to get some thicker skin. It reminds me of chef from South Park when Isaac Hayes was on South Park and they all these episodes where they made fun of every different religion and all kinds of different people out there because it's funny to do it and dive into that world and no, it's actually coming from a lighthearted place. So we can laugh our way through this miserable existence especially. In Twenty Twentieth Sabrina was mentioning but then when scientology became the target on south, Park Isaac Hayes said I'm not doing it. I quit I don't want to be a part.
Santa Anita Weekend Stakes Preview
"Budget stakes. Nita will start in re number four bobby the desert code named after the two thousand eight turf, Sprint winner I believe we just kept turf sprint winner down the hill. I believe it was two thousand and eight five and a half wrongs. Maybe, it was oh seven, not sure five and a half furlongs. No more hill We feel the six. And it's unfortunate I wish they were still running down the hill, but now we get five and a half furlongs on them were conventional turf course, and there's plenty of speed as you may expect in this race number, one Phantom boss number five party town both the speed of the speed plane, and simply I think number. Four rookie mistake is better than this field. She's been in the money. All four tries on the senator turf course to. To wins two thirds. She's learned how to sit a little bit off the pace and come with a bit of a run. Six furlongs looked like it was a little too far for her last time out five and a half furlongs. I think it's a right between the eyes or hit. It's m right between the eyes and I think rookie mistake at five to two is a horse that I would single if I'm playing horizontal wagers. Bobby Newman, perhaps saying. She because the number two, she's so special on the boys. She beat them last time in an entry level allowance optional claimer where it appears. She was in for the tag. She'd runs through conditions. She was in for the tag. Nobody claimed her now. She's two to one morning line favorite. Boys in the desert coat. She is a perfect two for two at five and a half promos. Don't let the distance marker in the region form full you. They clump in the five furlongs in the five and a half. She's a perfect two for two at five and a half furlongs Peter. Miller That's landed the deuce to Philly against the boy she so special race four goes at the desert
'The Last Dance:' Debate over Michael Jordan's trash talking on 1997-98 Chicago Bulls
"More discussion this morning. Of course about the last dance the legacy of Michael Jordan and his Chicago Bulls teams of the nineteen nineties and whether or not the way Jordan governed that group demanded of them held them accountable. Some might say bullied them was fair. Michael Wilbon who covered Jordan Bulls and knows Jordan about as well as anyone in the media. This side of a moderate shod. Join Max Steven A. And discussed the question was Michael Jordan. Too tough on his teammates. What were your thoughts when you heard. What Charles Barkley had to say about Michael Jordan In regards to his treatment of his teammates. Well look everybody's gotTa take on. Michael and how? Ruffy was teammates. Select Selective Prosecution. Was the words he used select. Prosecution said look everybody had a different leadership style. Reason part of the reason for this documentary reasoning exists is because Michael decided okay. I'm going to be able to sort of control the conversation in terms of why I did what I did and how I did it. I it comes out and says hey you know you've had this conversation with them. He wasn't trying to adopt anybody else's leadership style. He was going to do this his way. And when it worked then you had to. You heard him during. I thought the most effective part of the last dance department made me reach for a notebook and put my reporter hat back on his when Michael Said you know. Winning has a price. And if you don't want to buy into the mentality. I am using here. Get out it's GONNA be. It's GonNa be hell for you. I think was the phrase. And so you see all those teams that you see will produc- Winnington and those guys say at the time that we did it. Seem like he crossed the line. Yes as went on. Did we think he was a great teammate? Yes this is not look you can have whatever take you. WanNa have on it and I understand Charleston's take because it was different but nobody else in their time as much I mean magic and Kareem on the way in but it worked and so I even sit. There does interesting mom watching in real time I have not. I did not watch all the episodes of advanced like most people in our business. I wanted to watch in real time with my son. Who's a twelve year old basketball player and his eyes so big? When Michael says certain things to his teammates we are watching the unedited version The watch the PG rated version of the DEUCE and he's like. Wow Dad he has to do that with his teammates. And I'm like I don't know if he had to but it worked they won and that's the bottom line right. There is the quote that tells you at all they won in Jordan's way worked. Max made a great point during the you know there was no Celtics Lakers rivalry. There wasn't because Jordan he was Roy Jones. He was so good. There were no equals. No rivals
Paul Ehrlich - Uncensored on Earth Day 50th Anniversary
"This is the growth busters. Podcast about sustainable living. We are deep into overshoot. So we're busy trying to save the planet. If we succeed with your help maybe there'll be something left for the next generation and the one after that. Sometimes we talk about simple things we can all do in our daily lives to shrink our footprint. Sometimes we dig into deep heavy duty subjects like it's been fifty years since the first Earth Day. What the happened. I'm Dave Gardner. One of your guides on this journey to sustainability and I'm Eric Areas Co host and Co producer of the growth busters podcast for cutting edge information about our cultures unsustainable love affair with growth. And what we can do about it. Visit GROWTH BUSTERS DOT ORG. The special day episode is really extra special because we are joined by. Stanford biologist. Dr Paul Ehrlich the man who launched me on this path of planet saving. But before we talk to Paul. I have a couple of quick bits of News Erica. We also want to do a quick follow up on her last episode forty to the silver lining of Kobe induced recession with Brian. Check Executive Director of the Center for the advancement of the steady state economy. We discussed how reduced economic activity like we're having now during. The Corona virus lockdown is actually a step in the right direction for preservation of her life. Supporting Ecosystems will since we published that episode. Erica to interesting. Commentaries have been published. That are quite relevant. Maybe even read it. We should talk about briefly but try to keep this pretty quick. Because we know everybody's waiting to hear from Dr Paul Erlich. There's one that I hesitate to even mention. I really hate to give it any oxygen. It was called. Beware the left's De Growth Movement and it was written by Stephen Moore. He's got a syndicated column which is a tragedy in itself green and that name may ring a bell to you. Stephen Moore was floated for a while as potential fed position. Donald Trump wanted Stephen Moore but the guy just looked qualifications and eventually they had to pull his name basically works for these think. Tanks that are propaganda machines for growth pushers and growth profiteers. So this piece. Beware the Left de Growth Movement by Stephen Moore. We just want Issue a warning about I guess and you know what I remember. Erica evening that I I read that. I sent you an email with a link to that and boy. I got your attention. If you know growl when I get mad and this article definitely deserved a few girls from me. I found it hilarious. How Stephen Moore? Who is supposed to be? You know sort of a big deal out there in his area. I thought it was really funny that he refers to the growth movement as sort of this chic fad as if environmental protection which is the quintessential of the De Growth Movement. Somehow became fashionable. Sure let's go ahead and talk about how sexy climate changes and all the catastrophe that's happening because of the climate change. Let's go ahead and talk about how sexy that as people started carrying about the planet a longtime ago when it became apparent that there's an everybody else's health and social wellbeing are actually dependent on the planet's ability to support kind of water is all about in fact because that was kind of the peak of environmental care little. Did people know back in nineteen seventy that. It was peeking. They thought it was just beginning and we should talk about that a little bit so we will include Lincoln the show notes to this piece of garbage. And if you do go and read it be sure to scroll down and read the notes because there are some good notes in effect. Brian Check. Who was our guest on the last episode about the silver lining of the coveted induced recession? Rebrand check wrote a comment to that piece that made a very good rebuttal and it didn't take him long because the truth is this thing is just full of unsubstantiated generalizations. Wouldn't you say Erica? But there's hope because we got the antidote and shortly after sent you the link to that I sent you a link to this really amazing and wonderful essay that we cannot recommend to highly. We're GONNA definitely put the link in the show notes and all whatever I can do to star in highlight it and bring it to your attention will and we have to sell it because it's I don't know it takes a little while to read a little bit a time. Rating that myself. It's titled the end of Economic Growth by going to butcher those SAR Mitijda sub Ramadan survey on an Subramanian. Somebody awesome somebody. I'm GonNa Start Worshiping so a shout out to you. Sobre Mista and forgiveness for butchering your name. But boy we love you in your work and this is actually going to be in the May print issue of mcleans which is a big magazine in Canada but they posted at mcleans dot ca on April fifteenth. And we will put a link in the show notes so online. It's called the end of the economic growth and imprint. The headline is the death of growth. I think we've kind of already obscene. That disasters have a way of slowing climate. Change not to mention slowing down economy and when we also start to see oil prices decline and suddenly there's no more funds available to invest in all these green technologies that all of our techno enthusiasts friends have been raving about. What do we do what we left with? Is Technology still going to save? The world is at saving the world right. Now it's kind of a really scary time that I hope. More people are starting to question whether that is going to be the fix for everything going forward and another positive thing. I took from. This article was just hope for the future where people begin to see how one person's or even just a group of people's misfortune collective misfortune affects all of us economically health wise a now more than ever those most vulnerable to climate and deuce catastrophe while this might seem like it's such a faraway problem and that doesn't directly affect us. I hope that we're starting to see that it really does. It really does. And it's only a matter of time before it does directly affect us. I think what excites me? Most about this is. This is a really Almost like a little mini course for for people with short attention span. Or if you don't have the time or you can't find a good semester long college course in real economics that understands that the economy is a subset of the Environment. This is a good primer. She talks about polar limits to growth Vaclav smell than I think. One of the most important things in here is this notion. And apparently more and more economists and other smart people are starting to talk about the fact that you know what comic growth is slowing down. And maybe that's just a normal part of the process. Maybe that's a sign of a a mature economy. In fact a she mentions a book called fully grown. Why stagnant economy is a sign of success. Imagine that I mean this is blasphemy to somebody like Stephen Moore. But this is intelligent. This isn't full of unsubstantiated generalizations. This is a really good piece. That's required reading. So if you're a little bit new to the idea that pursuit of robust economic growth is a suicide mission. This'll be a good primer for you if you've been following along with what we've been talking about for years now and this isn't a new idea to you. This is something you can share with somebody who might be rational enough and open minded enough that you can say that's what I'm talking about.
Stores Start to Reopen in Germany After Coronavirus Lockdown
"Germany first where the health minister said on Friday that the virus was under control the country has re opened small shops call dealerships and bicycle stores in a tentative easing of the coronavirus lockdown imposed needy a month ago the authorities there say they have flattened the curve of new infections and they had got the spread on the control while stumbling correspondent Jenny hill well the German public think of this latest move broadly speaking the public have I've been saying in public surveys that they actually considered the meltdown measures to be ready rather appropriate and the government is taking this is cautiously as they possibly can and this is a regional difference each of the sixteen German states takes a different view on how and when it's implementing the relaxation of these measures so it is a bit of a mixed picture it's worth noting though that at the same time as the measures all being relaxed the government has is saying that it's up to its testing capacity that capacity is now something like seven hundred and thirty thousand tests a week is also focusing on so called contact tracing making sure that for every infected person the potential chains of infection all kept on top of the people are identified and then isolated on the government is now strongly recommending that people with a small six when they go into shops or use public transport in fact some states here now making Amanda tree is it your view is it possible to even assess this the the general public all as cautious as the chancellor is that it's unlikely that this very slow small easing off the lockdown might resulting in people just thinking oh well this is the beginning of us going back to before coronavirus I think it's really hard to generalize I'm you know you can point to some of these surveys and polls which have suggested that the public have largely been behind the government on this and you know you can look at miss my I have tons of Merkel's approval ratings which are very high that's perhaps an indication unobtrusively when you go out and about you see some people flouting the rules it's my experience that you see the vast majority actually being ready rather Kathlyn and sticking to them and again I can only point back to polls which is suggested that you know the vast majority of people here have been extremely concerned about the risk to their own health and to what that might do to the country's health service and when it comes to the way in which Germany is attempting to mitigate the risks because any easing of a lockdown carries risks with it beyond testing what else contact tracing is really important I've just actually being this morning speaking to somebody from one of the by then health agencies he's responsible for making sure that every time someone is infected that they can contact everyone with him this individual might have come into contact before they then began to show symptoms you can imagine the challenge that that poses on the using medical students such as volunteers to start ringing people up to try to tell them that they may have been infected that's a big job and there are several apps and in development at the moment none of them are ready and it could be at least a month before anything is actually ready to go it was a correspondent Jenny hill speaking to me a short time ago before we came on and I spoke to doctor who's a young since he is president of the German into disciplinary association of critical care and emergency medicine what was his view of this tentative easing of the lockdown I think it was very corrects to do the measures up to date on the other hand we see at the moment we have enough capacity in Germany in the hospitals and ambulatory system to cover the actual situations and we think that him to go on like this like the German government now does it it's seems correct but we will have a very close look to the infectious situation in the next days and weeks so we can immediately switch back and we would images switch back to deuce that Cohen time as it was before how long for a small you think Germany has done so particularly well as compared with other European countries and even the United States there's a good question is easily answered a thing in Germany and I I was I was I also the people in Australia they have the same phenomenon that the inspectors raises quite similar and the death rate is quite similar very low compound to all the European countries I think both health systems I have a lot of hospital beds and we enjoyed many have really a lot also I assume beds per hundred thousand capital at the moment we have an intensive registry of from the German into a cessation of intensive commencing at this day we have nearly thirty thousand I see beds available and twelve thousand I see but it's free at the moment this is one point the other point is that our ambulatory system in Germany that means the GPS they did a lot of testing in the beginning nearly fifty five percent of all testing falls off calls to well done by the general practitioners so a one of the possible infected persons and proven and section where putting choir intends very early in the cause of the disease so these people couldn't infect other people's I think that's very important measure to do a lot of testings very early in the beginning and but that was well done in Austria and that was very good on and and South Korea let's talk in in a little more detail about the testing you point out how important testing walls just outlawing forest the thinking the rational early on in Germany for the importance of testing at the moment do about three in the four hundred to five hundred thousand tests per week and they did it very early in the beginning if you have a person with symptoms which may lead to point at south coast to infection all right you have a person who had close contact about ten to fifteen minutes face to face contact to person proven with proven saas cough to infection than these that person's community all the tests and they were put in quarantine and this moment that's a very important measures to do testing and we will do testing the people when we go on testing the people now we don't stop with it how would you assess the the the leadership in all of this many people have commented on the chancellor Angela Merkel leading from the front with real confidence do you attribute to the success in Germany to the way in which she has handled the crisis this is really one of the cornerstones also the manager and chancellor Angela Merkel's she didn't just stop with her leadership in the beginning first it was the health minister Jens Spahn who it did a very good job until now he did a lot of communication and he managed a lot of very important measures over the time and then chancellor to overtake the leadership and the moment when we saw that the disease is spreading through the country she was very calm confident in what you said and she was very cautious I think that was quite good and she didn't serve talk in in a way people do not understand she said we do this and we will manage it and I think she did a really good job and when you look to Great Britain when I when I remember that your prime minister went into the hospital is and and shake hand with covered nineteen patients I think that's that doesn't is a good example of hold political leaders should demonstrate what is sauce cough to infection does ask off to infections quite infectious and in the end your prominence ended up with the confidant and
A mine vanishes, a court rules, and Alberta vs. Ottawa gets nastier
"There's no way to solve an energy issue in Canada right now without making some part of this country very very angry and now that the price of oil no longer guarantees a huge payoff in return for that anger. Companies are wondering if it's even worth attempting new projects tech resources announcing it's what's wrong. Its application for the frontier project. This comes just hours. After the Alberta government announced it struck a deal with to northern Alberta first nations. Of course you also can't just walk away from an energy project in Canada today without some people also getting very very angry but at least they won't be angry you. There is absolutely no doubt that this decision was taken in large part because of regulatory uncertainty and endless delays created by the national government by now. No one should be shocked to learn that. There's a lot of resentment of the federal government in Alberta. It's always been this way. It feels like it's getting worse and this time. Alberta probably has a point whatever side of the debate over climate policy versus energy policy. You might said on. It's clear that there's no big framework when it comes to approving or denying energy projects like the one tech has walked away from these projects seem right now to be handled on a case by case basis in Canada. Really continue to do business that way and if it does how will companies like tech choose which projects they push or wet and what comes home for the province of Alberta without a mine. They were counting on for thousands of jobs. Are we reaching a tipping point in the ever? Frayed relationship between the province and Canada's capital or at least the government currently sets there. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story Jason Marcus off the Albert correspondent for Maclean's and also occasionally for US I Jason. Hello. Why don't you start for Ontarians and East coasters? Maybe everybody who hasn't had quite so much of an economic stake in this by just Sketching out what is tech resources. And what was I? Guess the Frontier Project Tech Resources Everybody should remember is actually not an oil company using its well companies who develop oil sands but this is actually a mining company. Their specialty is coal mines other mineral mines. They had dabbled a bit in oil sands being junior partner in one project and on this one they were trying to propose this one. All on its own This would have been an oil sands mine up quite far north of Fort mcmurray the most remote from the actual city of Fort mcmurray North East Alberta and this was one of the big classic mining projects where they basically dig up the muck the oil sands muck and refine it into `bitumen and keep refining it and keep refining until it eventually becomes oil. That's the classic oil says project. A lot of it has projects that had been developed in the last Five six years have been smaller projects where they just shoot a bunch of Stephen Chemicals and minerals into the oil sands well and dig it up. Those are smaller projects. This is going to be a big mega project. Two hundred and sixty thousand barrels a day at full completion twenty point six billion dollars of to construct this project of course though it was very hypothetical because what they needed to develop a beggar project was around seventy seventy five dollars barrel oil right now. We're at fifty. We habit around fifty four quite a long time and they needed pipeline. You know ones are coming. But it's not clear that there wouldn't necessarily be capacity if Trans Mountain and other projects don't come to be and they needed another partner to get this done big oil sands company or oil player to help them develop and finance this project and over the last five years we've been talking about companies leaving the oil sands. Nobody WANTS TO INVEST. Because it's high risk no intense carbon footprint Very controversial projects. So it was always very unlikely that this project might have ever been built. We were always debating hypothetical emissions hypothetical jobs but in Alberta of course people are very excited by those hypothetical jobs right but what killed it. Finally this week. Oh a few things. Different things killed it. I would be The decision pointed had Facing staring in the face Cabinet was supposed to It's deadline was this week whether it would approve the project reject the project. Or maybe give it some kind of deferral or delay and that's the cabinet in Ottawa. That's the at the Federal Cabinet Justin Trudeau's cabinet and for many reports a lot of cabinet ministers and certainly backbench. Mp's very split on this project. There was a lot of opposition a lot of these. Mp's are from you know. None of them are from Alberta. They're all from other provinces mostly in the east and those are places where there are not tantalized by this prospect of Seven thousand potential oil sands jobs. They think more about the the natural disturbance in an area that's actually in a bison range Very close to a UNESCO World Heritage Site National Park the Wood Buffalo National Park up on the border with North West territories and they would have seen this potential for four point one megatonnes of carbon emissions in the future Per year as we're looking to whoever deuce our carbon emissions normally and this is what tech and this is what other governments were used to This approval process cabinet decision. Making process was pretty much a rubber stamp if the technical review and the federal and provincial panels say this projects okay with conditions. That's what the federal government said liberal and Conservative in the past. They all approved it. That's why we have so many oil sands projects and a whole bunch more that are approved but not built yet. It's different times are shifting. The public public attention is shifting. Investor mood is shifting and so it's quite natural that a liberal government would shift with those times and have be hesitant on whether to approve this or not with this hesitation. Clearly tech thought. Maybe we're not going to get this. Maybe our lease is going to have a big fat rubber no stamp on it instead of a rubber stamping. Yes go ahead. So they decided rather than risk losing this project they pulled it. So what would be the rationale behind that as opposed to just letting the process play one way or another? I mean there are a couple theories out there. One is that a company wants to save face. It wasn't one all of its good intentions. All of its Its efforts to project a good project with good environmental credentials. All of its support for first nations in the region. They don't want all that to be faced with rejection. That's kind of a corporates much That basically what you do is not good enough for the federal government even though this is the defacto defacto message like that still. That's that's the reason you want to put this over. Check this out on your own terms. You want to be able to say what you say rather than Ottawa. Having its say on you another possible Rationale for this is that what are the reports that there is that they were feeling they were feeling that this was going to be delayed and they've sunk so much money into this more than a billion dollars into this planning and consultation process thus far project is valued at basically nothing in the markets according to a good global mail report haunt from their mining reporter and they just want to cut their losses another theory and this is one that I are partially hold. Is that what they had? Right now wasn't oil sands lease. They had a piece of land up in Northeast. Alberta with a proposed mine on it if they had approved mine on it approved mine project on this land. It's worth a bit where he can sell it to likely to find somebody else to take it forward. If this mining comedy didn't want to take this forward if they have rejected mine on it. This land is good for Bison and nature and not much else if they have if they have a hold withdrawn agreement on this proposal on this land. There's still the potential for somebody. Maybe someday in the future under some different government or some of their different perspective with a different proposal maybe with different terms to pick this up again so it could potentially salvage value in this lease. Although I would suggest that it's probably pretty nil at this point so I know you said that in Alberta it's kind of been a hypothetical For a longtime but there were at least a lot of hypothetical jobs in revenue there. So how has Albert or maybe just the leaders in Alberta because I don't WanNa pay the whole province With the brush but how is the Alberta government been taking the news the Alberta government like much you know is very aligned with a lot of the investor community in Alberta oil sands sector and a lot of the populace in oil producing regions like Fort mcmurray? And at least it was the idea that the there could be jobs in the future oil sands rests on two separate separate entities. I mean the whole soil says boo was to its operations actually producing oil sands and growth expanding oil sands and actually the big. The big source of jobs are in constructing these oil sands project and developing these oil sands projects and for years and years and years the big growth for Murray was not the people who actually mind. The product is people who build those minds and build those giant well sites and build the camps and all according structure around those the big boom ended because nobody was putting forward more projects to keep expanding back in two thousand eighteen Ford hills mine Which is the closest mine up to this? Where Tech was going. It opened a big mine owned by SUNCORP now. She partially owned by Tech Resources. It was called at the time in two thousand eighteen. Probably the last big oil sands mine. And that's because no other company was putting them forward except for tech resources. Big Long Shot Project. I may never be built. But but there was excitement in the oil sands community and in the government and in the sector because the potential the idea that another mind could be built is a jobs. Bonanza and sort of jobs bonanza we were used to Albert at developed this province as the screaming Beeman economic superpower. But that we haven't had so the idea that there could be another big mine on the books for when oil prices potentially rose again and it was approved the green light from Ottawa despite all our climate talk That was exciting. The that that the potential is snuffed. Out is a major disappointment here in. Alberta. Who are they blaming? For that disappointment because one thing. I will note is that this wasn't killed by Ottawa. Or was it almost killed by Ottawa? A even if they didn't rubber stamp it it was almost killed by Ottawa. That was the sense you know largely Ottawa. Ottawa was the decision maker in this point and if tech was very confident that this was going to get an approval they would have just Let that happen and would have been fine and Alberta would have been generally mall pleased that this was at least a in our project that could go forward right you know and do people here think Oughta killed it. Of course they do. This is the resource sector in government and Jason Kenny and Justin Trudeau. You know they are predisposed to blaming and directing scorn almost entirely Justin Trudeau for something and in this opportunity. They have a lot of. They have a lot of evidence that argues in their favor that had their Bandai conservative government or had there been a more classical government that just rubberstamps projects and doesn't really take into account all the cumulative impacts of Oil Sands Development and climate liability and climate risk. The this project would have
High-Dimensional Robust Statistics with Ilias Diakonikolas
"I'm really looking forward to diving into our discussion before we do. I love to hear a little bit about your background. Your primary research interests are in algorithms and machine learning and If the paper that we're going to discuss this time around distribution independent pack learning of half spaces with mosser noise Which one they outstanding paper award at Europe's it's any Your work is quite theoretical in nature Tell us a little about your background and how you came to working on this type of work right so I grew up in Greece. So and Bis where I did my Undergrad. I moved to Columbia University. For Grad School. My Grad school was In topic cold the theoretical computer science algorithms person and something the process. I realized that the best way to cover impact in the world if you're doing theoretical algorithm research used to actually work on algorithm questions the come from. Mossy learn against that this. Why why is that? Why is that the best place I mean? Maybe yeah maybe the phrasing is not really a good place because this is where this you know our listeners would all agree but I'm curious your thoughts thoughts so I actually started doing this before. It was popular because really I could really see that maybe not all of the theoretical algorithm but one looks some of them could be used in practice and you could see the sort of practical improvements in data analysis tasks so but like in I used to like doing a theoretical griffin. Chris just for the sake of doing it but sort of like after my fingers might the I started good ovulating towards ethical questions that if solved would actually have a product. The galleon bucked described for us. Broadly your research interests and focus so that we have a little bit of the context out of which this paper comes so I come interest within the algorithms in learning so this particular nerves paper. belongs High level which is called the high dimensional Obama's. Learning the idea. Here is that historically every machine learning algorithm needs to make some assumptions assumptions about the model where the data comes from so in some sense very roughly speaking every algorithm could could be viewed as a data fitting methods. You're trying to feed the data to model now. The issues that this assumption about the data coming from a model of a given type is very crucial so and typically do not want your algorithm to overfeed to this assumption in the says that in this assumption is that exactly through but if it's approximately through you want your algorithm to still work and unfortunately entire dimensional sailings. We realized about five years ago. This actually not the case even a very tiny deviation from the assume model could make the rub the machine learning algorithm very fragile so we in decided that okay we need to rectify his developed methodology to have robust learning algorithms for high dimensional problems. And so when you talk about high dimensional problems and perturbations are you thinking about things like the adversarial examples types of problems that we are familiar with where you've got an image high dimensional and you apply some some noise to it so that's a great question I was. I was expecting this question exactly to to throw a difference so these types of recital examples also some type of robustness the question type of buses but somewhat difference. Learn the one I'd like to discuss in particular in the certain adversary robust setting. What you have is if you train you train your network on some images right and then you perturb those images. In a way that's imperceptible to humans and see how the how the model learn performs. We have learned. That's actually under Boston. We need to do something to make it. Robust so the participations in the recital bus setting take place up test time so you train with a bunch of clean data and then you want to test on a set of corrupted data so the sending over Bosnia least with respect to this line of work is something that's called tests diamox. What you actually train on corrupting data. These two are related. So these two notions of Obama's isolated but they're also quite a bit different and you said they're called test time adapts. Yeah but the data is perturbed in training. So this is a cold time. Docs got what I'm GonNa talk about the It's called trading diamondbacks. Okay right so let me give you an example like the most basic example of that. I expect anyone could could understand with just a little bit of bug so if I give you samples like ID samples from public distribution. Like Goshen. And I ask you to find the expectation that mean value offer with distribution whatever samples. Come from let's say in in one dimension than what would you do to find the main value? Yeah you'd some them and divide by the number of samples you have. Yeah that's what that's about sir. Gold sort of empirical mean and we know that it works right. Unfortunately though if one of the summers they give you is not drawn from the distribution that you are strongly it was. It's out liar. Then the average doesn't work anymore was the betrayal far from the tool mean. It's not going to convert through mean even if you take infantryman samples. So what are we doing this case so for the one dimensional saving is known for like I duNno? Essential in statistics. So he still taking the average. You're taking staffing with the skull. The median. Okay. So we know that the media is robust to outliers and it's optimally robust for one dimensional problems right. Lie merging a generalization with this problem too high dimensions so now observing one dimensional points. You're observing high dimensional points every observation that you have is high dimensional. Let's say the dimensions and you want to do the same thing. You want to actually compute the expected value of the corresponding distribution now in the case of polling data. You will do exactly the same thing that you did. In the one dimensional case you would sam all the samples and the divide by the number of the samples so this is the umbilical meaning high dimensions and in the case of clean. Data it works. Now the difficulty is actually generalizing this dimensional and be mean when you actually have. Let's say ten percent of your of your samples being arbitrary. I would liars in this case. Unfortunately there is not an easy solution as taking the media meeting because the media in a high dimensional scenario isn't wall defined or because of the number of outliers you have. Let's these are great questions. So there are many ways to define north of a medium high dimensions for example. One thing that you could do is look at their coordinate individually and calculating the median. Coordinate and giving the dancer unfortunately this is not gonNa work they gonNA work is because you have many dimensions and in some sense. The noise can accumulate across dimensions. So if you let's say even a one percent of outliers then the answer you're going to get at. The end is going to be very large. In the worst case would actually depends on. Who would actually scale with the number of dimensions? And this is something that you can avoid. We know that you can avoid that if you look at like information theoretic bounds. But we didn't know how avoided with the computational efficient algorithm with a method that you can actually ran all right so what we did for years ago with a number of great golfers is we developed the first methods that is actually robust for estimating tied immeasurable distribution to constant number of outliers. So even if you have. 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Drummer Joey Kramer is suing his band Aerosmith
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