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Ex CS:GO Source 2 Developer opens up on “toxic” culture of Valve employees

The Center Ring esports podcast

03:40 min | 6 months ago

Ex CS:GO Source 2 Developer opens up on “toxic” culture of Valve employees

"And this is in regards to see us go source to nonetheless now source to is as mythical beast that we've heard about for years that one day it will be out one day it will be released and we'll be able to enjoy it. No one really knows what it is but we all know. We'll see it like when you see you'll know it but no one really knows i can't even if you ask people what source too is they'll be like well it's it's like a ui change. Oh no it's a whole graphics. Update no no. It's it's this. it's all new servers. It's all we'll get one hundred twenty four tick- and that's the bob league. No one really knows what this is but an ex go develop our dev. I should say. Richard geld trick is how i'm going to say his name. He he Spoke out over the week on his tweets and said that the development of source to for ceus go is one of the most toxic work cultures at valve or in general that he has ever been a part of first off he started off right right off the bat that source to has been in development for ten years. That sounds about right since they've been working on half life three. Roughly didn't see us go. Just celebrate what it's old oldest see us go. Cs just celebrated its twentieth year. Yeah it's like six seven years old maybe around there so how source to in development half the lifespan of counterstrike. Who knows all i know is riots and blizzard or back. They're saying thank god. thank god. we're not alone like you're doing some stuff to we knew no word perfect so i just know that. That's probably the excitement coming from the other side of the aisle. Riots say like please be a sexual assault salt charge please. Because that's the thing to see. All he said was it was super toxic. A lot of outside deb's don't even wanna work with alvin more because of just how toxic it was But he never went into he never he just gave you like a taste. He didn't give you the dish. It was all just appetizers. He never said exactly what made it toxic. And everyone's like all right. I just saying it headset to care why it just did it just did i wouldn't recommend it. Yeah i get a one star on glassdoor or something. Now i mean. Yeah i mean okay again. Thanks you know shirt. Like i need information for it two or either what this could lead to other people may be coming out and speaking on it giving detail their stories or whatever but and until there's more info just do we care. Do we care. I mean i guess it depends on what the issue sure if gave in was like putting dog leashes on his employees. I guess that's a different story than just. Did he yell at you. Did he hurt you feelings right site. Did he read. I you or was it worse. Is it your job to wipe off his his ass sweat from his workout ball. He sits on instead of a chair. Like was that your your turn to clean it one day or like what. What is the deal here like. Talk the word. Toxic has turned into a all of just a situation. You thought they were meaning. So i don't know i need. I need dietz. I need the defeats to really know. If i should be grabbing my torch in pitchfork on valve right now yeah like move this to the story section. We just need more Right like right now. Just somebody complaining about his job.

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"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760

"With Kevin Dietz filling in for Paul. Good morning. It is 606 on this Tuesday morning. It is November the 17th a little dusting of snow to deal with today. Not too bad. Mostly just come out with hitting your windshield wipers and pushing away but a little reminder that winter is here and around the corner. The round table is assembled this morning, and we're all here and happy to be here. Right? Dave Readers and Fran Thomas. Good morning, Dave. Morning, Kevin. How are you? I'm doing great. Dana Clark. Happy Tuesday. It's almost hump day. Almost real one day away. One dead letter. I was there. Decatur's following the news for a stick. Aria. Good morning. Good morning to you that snow doesn't make you guys think of Ah, your holiday decorations. Is it a little too early? Can you can decorate outside, but not inside the data? How does holiday decorating work at his work on the calendar? Doesn't work on the weather doesn't work on your mood. Yeah, it's a good one. It usually works on the calendar. Yeah. Usually wait until after Thanksgiving. Maybe that weekend to start I have like a three step process. I don't do it all in one day, a kind of stretch it out, like, bring some out a little at a time. And then by usually early December, we go get her tree. Get a real tree each year, So try to get that like early December. You know, you have to make it last. Can't get it too early. It'll dry out and have needles everywhere. And then I wait probably to the last possible minute to do outside which that should be first by itself. Finally, I got to do outside. So that's my little process. We start talking about Christmas decorations before Halloween, and usually I'm talking about the outside because I want to get the lights on.

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"dietz" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"dietz" Discussed on The Playbook

"Budgetary steps that need to take place that happened at the drop of a dime literally and you're talking about you'll hundreds of millions of dollars of marketing budget that may be earmarked for large group gatherings. Sign it. And other things that are non existent. What do you see as the? Most common use of those fond right now you know reinvestment, stabilization or savings you'll are they looking with which way you said the majority looking to utilize it. Yes, Oh, I'm GonNa give you the famous answer that my business professor told me would be true in all situations it defense, right and it depends on industry. Frankly, at this point, there is a vast difference between the travel, hospitality, industry and retail, and from every industry, therefore and you know I think. let's let's take a look at some of the industries that had actually pivoted in a good way right so. Yes, they had to withdraw from the current. In fact, they'd rip apart all of their campaigns that they'd work for six months on because they were completely tone deaf in in Kobe hit and then all the social unrest I mean. If you're in brand marketing today, you never ever in your life been forced to invent reinvent in real time as much as we have in the last few months, so all that funding where it was applied has gotten pulled and redirected, and people have noticed that even without putting a lot into big. Ask Budgets. Islams are saying the right things if they're they're. They're doing the right. Things are investing in actually the long-term brand reputation by addressing the short term needs. They may not get the immediate revenue impact, but they're going to be set up better for the longer. Versus, not responding at all is going to kill her long term trajectory. In you have such exposure and awareness to so many different situations that you know someone has over exposed opportunities and experiences when they're smart enough to say I. Don't know what I don't know or he'd been. It depends. That's does me that they're getting so much data inputted. mentorship obviously has played a huge role in your career, and now that you've elevated your own career, you're in the same nuance of I, not only mentor so many different people as a strategic advisor and other things. Where in which is obvious much-needed?.

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Inside Washington's Name Change

ESPN Daily

06:21 min | 11 months ago

Inside Washington's Name Change

"John How's it? Goin'? It's been a little bit busy. You might be having the busiest off season well, always busy right now to all the deck Prescott stuff, but but you pretty busy. It was on? July six and a couple of things happen. I told my wife said. I'm about to work in eighteen hours a day on July six. NFL. Opposite in what is going on, and it turns out. That was actually probably a pretty good day in hindsight. John covers the Washington DC based NFL TEAM FOR ESPN Since. We are talking about names I. Do feel it's necessary to point out your John Crime I- Amina climbs two different names not. Although I will say had some relatives. Years back did like genealogy, and at one point, it was kind real in Europe, so we could be related I. Just want to put that out there well. I do get mistaken for you. Know I think there's a similarity so. So back to the name at hand. John The Washington football team announced on Monday after much speculation many reports that they will be retiring their nickname and logo after completing review that began on July third. This has been a conversation for a very very long time, but the team's principal owner Daniel. Snyder has been on the record. Saying the team would never in all caps literally change its name, and then here we so before we get to why this happened. And what's GonNa Happen Next? I just want to ask you as a beat reporter. Did you ever think this day would come? Well. Let me let me step back from that pre. George Floyd, no, because in the past. We've had a deal with this topic many times over the years especially in the last seven. I think the rise of social media has kept it alive, but during that time the plan the strategy here for the reds for Washington was to write off the storm. Just weather the storm. Go go to reservations connect with native Americans and do something like that then when you saw the social unrest this year. You started to seep in your head like they're gonNA. Come after them again and I'll tell you when it really really thought they work to be about. Run at this time was. There was a stretch it about a week where George Preston Marshall, who original owner of the of Washington? And he named the team, and he moved the team from Boston, to Washington will statue was outside their old stadium are k. well. They removed the statue, not the team, but a company in DC that owns that land, so you tweet that out and I'd say. Say Ninety percent of the mentions after that on twitter, where about what about the what about the name? What about the name? The next day team says they're going to retire bobby? Mitchell's number only retired one of the number in their franchise history, so they tweet that out and I wrote a story. Put out there. What about the? What about the name? I've. There's just becoming way too much of everything. They did route this. If they put out a statement about George Floyd about black lives matter, it would always come back to their team name. It was to a level that I hadn't seen before. It does seem though at least from the outside that the true catalysts the thing that pushed this over the edge was the teams naming sponsor Fedex and Fedex asiyo. WHO's a minority owner coming out on the record against the name? Yes and I'm going to back up a couple of weeks before that because there some parallel timelines that led to I think this occurrence and one of which was Dan Snyder had reached out I was told by multiple that he had reached out to the League a few weeks before that, and had already started to engage in conversations with the NFL, Roger Goodell about a possible name change along that same time there's the group of eighty seven shareholders and investors were combined six hundred twenty billion dollars in the lead by investor advocacy groups, so they're the ones who targeted Fedex Habsi company Nike Bank of America. It wanders sponsors. If you don't sever your ties here, you know. That's what they want to sever their ties, and so that's what they're pushing. When Fed, ex came out with the statement. That's when when people I've talked to said. That's when they knew it was over. I WANNA to talk about those groups. All of the activists who've been working tirelessly on this for years, but I thought it might be helpful to break down why the name exists in the first place. Where does it come from? The name when it first. Started I guess or was mentioned throughout history was about refer to the color skin and there is. I've got her who worked for the Smithsonian magazine, went back and researched it and found that it was way that native Americans would refer to other to differentiate themselves from. Whites or blacks or whomever else was here, so they referred themselves the redskins than it seemed to segue into a negative connotation, which you know, you'd see posters or read about posters, offering rewards for bringing fifty dollars for bringing the scalp, redskin or bringing Redskin, in which meant the scalp, so it certainly segue into something. That was a negative connotation. So how did it come to be the name of this particular NFL franchise? That's a great question, so we go back to nineteen thirty two and for anybody listening I was not covering the team at that time so nineteen who? Shared a stadium with baseball's Boston braves, so they were called. The Boston braves the following year. They moved to Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox, so the story that that no his come about from that is that they wanted some sort of. Alliteration with the Red Sox, and so they went with the Redskins, but they also had a coach Lone Star Dietz and several native American players on the roster, George Preston Marshall said he was naming it basically in part because they had a native American coach. Now there's controversy over long star deeds whether he was actually native American up, but that was the given explanation at that time.

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11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

Trivia With Budds

05:53 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

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About 40 percent of U.S. adults are obese, government survey finds

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

About 40 percent of U.S. adults are obese, government survey finds

"More than forty percent of American adults are obese according to new government survey as AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it's not one of the nation's leading health problems about forty two percent of Americans are severely overweight and nearly one in ten is severely obese obesity expert Dr William Dietz at George Washington University says many of these people will face diseases like diabetes heart disease and cancer and doctors will be overwhelmed he blames the government in part for not pushing more for healthy eating and more physical activity like walking hi Jackie

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Existing-home sales dip in January as tight supplies limit opportunities for buyers in U.S.

Mark Levin

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Existing-home sales dip in January as tight supplies limit opportunities for buyers in U.S.

"It turns out that in January existing home sales across America compared to December but the latest existing home sales report from the national association of realtors shows strong gains year over year so let's talk about the latest numbers and what they mean with Lawrence June the chief economist at the national association of real tors Lawrence welcome to real estate today thank you actually on the show so Lawrence in January the first month of the new year and the new decade existing home sales dipped one point three percent compared to the last month of two thousand nineteen what's happening here well I am not concerned with there's a slight decline because December figures were very strong January's figure of five one or six yeah and if we can hold at this level for the remainder of the year home sales will be up three percent in twenty twenty so I would take this number but we are still lacking an inventory the sales even though it's slightly Clariant no man and very solid interesting and once of course over the years in the many times we've talked you've always told me that housing statistics never take a straight line in one direction or the other they're up one month down another one month and down another is that what we're seeing here so you there's very little fluctuation but overall we saw the second half of twenty nineteen with a strong finish and twenty twenty I would characterize it that they're very good start it is up ten percent higher compared to January of twenty nineteen but of course we have much lower mortgage rates compared to one year ago that is helping consumer confidence remained very high stock market remained very strong so you have to be very positive economic backdrop to push up on shelves interesting and Lawrence as you mentioned earlier we need more homes for people to buy but just last week here on the show we had Robert Dietz the chief economist of the national association of home builders as a guest and he says even though they will not hit demand this year they're getting much closer what do you think what would be the home building activity is actually back up to normal one point five million how to expose here so that was what was reported in December and January and if this level can hold we are talking about more inventory available for consumers later in the year yeah very confident because one constraining factor for home cell growth has been just lack of inventory inventory level twenty point one month supply in January yes No remained very tight and that is why prices are rising at seven percent compared to one year before but the home building industry appears to have turned a corner and all for the better interesting warrants when you look at the three things that really affect homebuyers the most two of them are looking better as you said inventory is improving there are expected to be more homes for sale this year and as we know interest rates are really low and that really helps buyers and that leaves the biggest challenge remaining which is price appreciation your call logs and much faster than people's income growth but the loan mortgage rates three point five mortgage rates early if you're ready which is signaling that generate self what again the staff but the February and March we may see an upturn in sales but that inventory is critical it's best long as we have more choices available for consumers we will begin to how your own self interesting and Lawrence very quickly around the country did all the parts of America dip or were some pop and some down well one major regions or comparably higher compared to one year before seven percent higher in the note eight percent in the last eight percent in the west and twelve percent into your portable sound we chat bot batters compared to one year ago but once a month there's little Qualicum achieved but I can characterize the market has been very cost based all four regions Tom would be better in twenty twenty percent twenty nineteen she wants I'm delighted to hear that you're looking at the new numbers with home sales and you're optimistic about the rest of the year like the corn on a month to month but overall I would say this is a very good start to

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"dietz" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"dietz" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

"In. How does that affect you? When you go out to run Romance La Perceptions really off so Black might not. They don't know Kelly one of our first rate first real race. We ran a fifty k. arm-in-arm never end up on here. Hold on here so you wake up in the hospital your girlfriends there and you don't even know she's your girlfriend and she's never really run before shoot. Ran A little bit from local races like five case but now she's out with you for a fifty so when I got back on my feet again. Started running walking shoes there. Her family were there with me every day. On a trail is a completely different. Landscape is not flat and you had to really be able to see so where you're going so we went out a couple trails that I think I kicked every rock and roll back on every stump like so Kelly is with you when the whole time whole arm you're running track or that. How did she come through? The day killed the beast. See as tough as nails and she's stubborn just like me. The longest had run was probably eight miles before this fifty k. We signed up for. I had no idea about a pace or anything. We're just going and at this point in time. His is if he couldn't go over so we just had to lock arms and keep going to step up left right and it was affecting him back because he was coming down. You couldn't see and I think the fourth lab was one mentally. I was like oh I don't know if I can do this. I don't know if I can finish this but we're not. You can't say that because he's still going and we ended up coming around when we finish it was just the most emotional thing in the world because everybody was there in. That's what I like about the whole trail communities. Everybody was so supportive. I mean to people were shirts. Were we're like? Do you want to run another lap with someone else? Run WITH YOU. If I was watching this a movie screen. What would I be seeing and hearing most today more meat? I'd get frustrated with myself because not performing. Well I think it should be. I was just down on myself. I think that whole run. These people are past that. We've never touched before. I'm just I'm competitive and it was hard. How can you be competitive after? You've just had a brain tumor rims wjr. What does that tell you about approaching any illness where there are certain laws laid out yet to this guy do that? I'd never happened to be. War broke hands on this random stuff from fighting and bikes. But like I was never really ever taken out like that. I'm not a stationary person. I've built that we refuse to be that way. I'm hard nose so I just didn't. Oh my friends at the same old same tally. When I get to those darker moments I dig for negative eighty. That's kind of what I feed off of. You know people doubting me you know things that has happened to me throughout my life and when I get in those moments I run harder. I get emotional roller coaster. I'm happy and pissed and going through it all I'm going to all the motions especially on long runs and races and training days. You know being out there for hours and hours on your own your minds all over the place so you get into those dark zones you get into those areas where most people never tap and I think that's what kind of feels me and keeps me motivated to keep going. Kyle feeds on suffering. What I mean by that is you're in a in a race and a most of us. Normal mortals are getting towards the end of the race. We put a lot of effort. We're struggling and he fuels on. Us sniffs it smells that that suffering that people doing he gets stronger on it like other people. He sees other people like shift back year. That gives him an extra gear. He'll try to like. Tell me to motivate myself. Think of something that just angers you are just think of the worst possible thing in like no like absolutely not like. I'm looking over to this guy to distract myself like I'm thinking about happy but he just is someone who. He's just very emotional. The small things are what he remembers like the tiny little things like he just Hicks awful things out of his life in just works against them and just digs harder than anyone I've ever seen. But that's Kyle. Since his injury call has worked returned to the trail running fighting as people have showed them through every step and every mile journey in front of him will be a challenge because more than US two adversity. He's built for now. Is Kelly still running with you arm-in-arm so like I adapted pretty well at my surroundings alone now? Okay then. Let's let's go back to Colorado where you're running with Kelly this last August. What was it that came to you to decide to get down on me? Oh man everything that she's done man she made me love it right off the bat much as I have no idea who she is it. Was there like there was something between us. Choose the best like she's been by my side anything I need. I can't drive anymore so she takes me to work every day. Picks me up takes me. My doctor's appointments. She's phenomenal with my daughter. They get along the pick on me all the time so. What's it like that day when you decide? This is today so I'd planned for a little bit now and I'm secretly got the rain. 'cause no she does all of our bills and everything anyway. And as I secretly got this ring especially made for and running up the day before the Trans Rockies and over running way farther than we should have that day a mountainside in Buena Vista and unlike hold on running. We'll keep going looking for a spot with a nice landscaped in the background. Can you see very well? Yeah I could see I can make yourself been in the area before okay so the area and has a running up mountainside spot. I'm like under armour. Wants us to do some media obligations whatever they want to do it for you like what I said. I don't want to talk on camera. Phone up she's scolding pissed off. The she has. This is right. I don't to do this and like her answer a question then give him a little spiel. Got Down on the Adam story us. And how did she react jumped on me though? She said she first day. And and how long after that was when you can start to run alone sharing that moment with their showing your what I used to do and like explaining it to our the way like going over mountain peaks and so it's like it's the best and like getting on top of the mountain like sharing that view with her everyone. That was pretty cool so being able to propose at the top of the mountain. Does that feel like you won the battle that you've been through the a sense? Yeah like I still got a lot of ground to cover before this everything. I did loan. We'll find myself a trained by myself did race about never had crew people crew or come out and pays me praises. And now it's like I have a crew for a lifetime. I founded done that a little bit earlier in my life. I don't know a much of a changed my attitude but I'm not without them. I think everyone needs to team. He can't be a loner forever. Much less still love. That mentality can't east. I can't so you know my team is the best. No my family. My friend's daughter. You guys them everyone that's involved in my life. It's my team so I have a good support system. With Adam unstoppable..

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"dietz" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"dietz" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

"I use my family. Has My recovery. My feel right now just getting back to where I was no for them. I feel like I should be more selfish into it for myself but I feel like everything I do anymore for them. I don't think anything's easy. Like from the do I'm GonNa do it full and hard as I possibly can't especially on long runs and races and along training days. I don't want things to be easy. I don't want things given to me. I want to work for it. I don't think enough people do that. Welcome to the new podcast. The only way through a collaboration between under armour and IHEART radio episode three Kyle Dis suffer progress. Some people have a fire that Burns inside. It goes beyond trained beyond sport. It's intangible is the thing that tells you to get back up after you've been knocked down the thing that tells you to keep moving forward when you've got nothing left in the tank former. Mma fighter ultra runner. Cow Deeds has a burning desire to be challenged and to endure it pushes him through steep inclines of mud and hard rock through ultramarathons span. Hundreds of miles. An ultra is the ultimate test of stamina strength and determination. Because when you're sixty miles in with sixty miles to go you got to search for something greater than yourself to push toward the finish line for how is the thing that keeps him prime for the battles that you can't train for it would even be the thing that pushes through the toughest fight of his life. Call sat down with cow and share his story. Here's cow so tell us what got you into trail running my buddy. His wife was do this race. Us telling me about of before I knew what they were like. She's going to run this thirty mile race and I started laughing. Thirty MOTHER'S IMPOSSIBLE. So look the way that he was signed up for fifty miners. I WanNa do with me. I was like sure he'd failed on it a couple of times before you get me two miles thirty. Go do your own thing. Where is this race taking place Wisconsin? He knew everything every ends and outs of running. But I was a better athlete than he was. So we get the mouth thirty. I look over at him. And he's like you can go so me and my Buddy Flynn's just took off and it was until the last five miles because started cramping up to really know how to hydrate right or funny story a running leg just because like seized up on my hamstring and I fell. Look at the back of my leg. And it looks like there's softball. There's just this giant non I'm like grabbing six thousand six hundred like look get up and I'm like right good walk like ten feet and he said look again. They finished pretty well so that let me here. Running for me was always disciplined like advocaat weight. Keep my during to fight or whatever. It was never fun. Never ever fun so doing this triathlon. Stop by ticks me to the trails. Whatever knows like this rulings where it's at. This is what I want to do the minute you got out on the trail in this is it. This is what I was really born to do. Yeah it was just like an instant. Love love at first sight of feelings. Doing this is awesome. What what is it about it just being able to see? Hr sounds the fresh air. Lead the change in son. It's hard to explain if you don't do it. We use seeing life in a different way in a sense. Yeah just kind of like. Why haven't I done the sooner a group plant in the woods? Run around it was like a sense of installed. You can back to me. It was like man like a kid amount here running being the hell. I want of trivial. Like no one's GonNa tell you what to do out there the moment you just scribe was fantastic. And it's your first moment is. Is there best moment that you can recall on trails as you're moving forward? It was a failed attempt but I went to Dominika couple years back and I was running the white to Kabui trail so trail. They say it's one hundred fifteen miles. Like how long do you think it will take you? Maybe twenty four hours and get it done so we fly into saint. Martin is the most mountainous island I've ever seen in my life so they give us the map and we're looking Togo ups and opened up and down up and down. The Ghoul fifty miles was like yeah. We think they don't know so. We started the tiny little cap. That's also island in almost like a little bridge and we run up into the jungle. I've Never Jong before I don't really care for jungles but I'm like what kind of wildlife do I need to be worried about the snakes spiders? There's nothing on the island that's poisonous. Okay that's really good to know can kill me like think there might be some stuff other guy so we start and it's so hot. It's like sweating brutal. It's literally brutal and I had no idea what time it was and I didn't know how much time had gone by just wasn't looking to watch. I was just trying to get done. How long was erasing total wasn't race? We're trying to set the fastest known time on the trip. And it'd be the first ones to do it so me. Go on comes nighttime crunch crunch crunch tournament headlamp and as far as I can see out. Just crabs were running on top of crabs like you don't see the ground because it's this giant crabs. Let's only only way to run on top of disgusting. I'd been running for exactly like twenty four twenty five hours straight my last few miles Iran. Thirty MINUTE MILES. So dense it would. That's very slow. I only made it fifty five miles in thirty seven thousand feet elevation gain this insane but it was amazing trip. Just watching your face tell that I can tell how much you loved. Even the worst moments of it was what year more or less did you start running trails. Shoot out going on maybe eight or nine years now. I actually have quite a bit of memory loss injury but a I don't know the Zach date when I really started shortly. Okay so you have no memory from the time that the symptoms are approaching. So when I don't act on rear whatever people like Harry Your Right God. Migraine always had them. I know how to deal with them. So that was the drugs is what is going on. Not acting like himself. I would be at work and I would leave or I just went. Show up to work. That's not me on day. I was at work. I didn't know what I was doing. Didn't know how to do my job. What was the job I was on the computer? I didn't know how to type in all the stuff I didn't know. My Co workers names. Everything was just shutting down. I remember that was in the bathroom. Didn't know how to go to the bathroom. Say He became reclusive. What about you girlfriend? It's at this point things go blank. Kyle only remembers this period because of his friends and family of told them they've helped them fill in the gaps caused dad fred the daughter his friend. Nathan and his girlfriend. Kelly will guide us through just like they did for Kyle. We'd only been together probably six months before things had started to kind of flip rich not to my friends like what's going on. I'll just play needs to be reliable and then wasn't the last couple of months when I was getting these calls calls from friends calls from his boss. You need to check on Kylie goes. He's always here early and he didn't show up thing more towards the end he's taught like coming round Markazi A lot of things and then it was just. He was very manic where he would not work out at all. You just wasn't around a lot to track down. We went for then we get to spot and I really had to relieve myself so I took off came back and I didn't didn't seem eventually work my back down the car and all the cars were gone. A you were going to go to the doctor right. Did you do that and I was telling her when I was going the hospital but it really wasn't girl got checked out just in my head annoyed. You saying that Tim but like I was like. I don't know if you're a con artist or what was happening because when I met you you were this person and then like everything stopped. Sure call Dr and he goes. We haven't seen Kyle seven years and then my dad like the hospital right now he tell you this we seen something we really don't like you have a brain tumor. Compared their brain my tumors so big it was pressing my personality. I think Saturday or Sunday and I was in my room and my grandma called me and she told me about it. He's got no feeling like if you're telling me your dog ran over it'd be nothing to me. That's been one of the hardest things for me. I feel like I was a piece of shit people. He's super apologetic to all of his friends thinking he let us down and I. I didn't go knock on his door to see if he's okay. So what kind of friend of mine people understand? It's like kills me. Chills me thinking.

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Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen

Ruby on Rails Podcast

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Ruby Autoformatter! with Penelope Phippen

"Been all. What is your developer? Origin Story That's a great question I guess I got started when I was a kid my birth. My parents have computer or computer adjacent jobs and I was sort of always fascinated so I started programming when I was I was very career young. I think I wrote my first Java program when I was age. Twelve and one of the things does mean is I've been using eclipse for more than half of my life which is always Funny to me but really it came from a instinct to sort of Tanka to really understand how computers walked. And that's that's sort of carrying me through My entire life really like what are the things is that I find myself like messing around with software in my hubby time. As much as you when I'm walking and that has been a really consistent throughout my life And so you're like where I am today. Like is really a product of having been fascinated by computers in my entire life and having sort of manipulated and what with them for a really really long time. I think you're so lucky because I got introduced to computers when I was in high school. My parents encouraged me to take computer science classes and so I felt it was lucky Dietz. Who get that experience early on but for you to know so early on that you enjoyed it and wanted to make a career of it is just something that I feel is still kind of rare in our industry free? Yeah it's I I don't know I find that most of the people I talk to you. like found owned computer science like much much later in their life so like even high school is sort of like relatively early rights are like I know some folks who didn't really look at programming at all until like the second or third. He is of the undergraduate degrees even like later in life career switched switched from a different profession through boot Camp Lasalle teaching or whatever it might be And so yeah like I like. Excuse me I in a sense. Consider myself to be very lucky that I like sort of have developed technical superpowers superpower's just from having been able to do it from a very very early age. That's great well. Our SPEC is a very love framework in the Ruby Community of course and so I would absolutely love to hear how you got involved. Yeah that's A. That's a great question. I'm so I got involved through aspect actually while I was studying full my computer. Science degree Sawyer Iowa's like alongside my degree like teaching myself ruby learning how to build rails applications because Like the community. Not at that time was sort of like just beginning to really exploited out onto the internet like I remember being Sawyer so fascinated by all of the conference Tokes That will sort of coming out of the community. And like the learning and teaching and sort of like niceness that was associated with that And so one day while I was working on rails APP and writing tests with us back doc I encountered a bug and I like looked into the source code of us back and what how how to fix it and sent a poor request request but along the way I was finding lots and lots of places in the SPEC Code base that could like we're meetable to factoring And so I spent maybe like a good six to eight weeks of my life just as a college student. I had loads of free time. I'm like just refer factoring The tunnels of aspect and I ended up sending them so many. Poor quests that essentially they will like. Hey we're going to give you a commitment because these greats and we would like we would like for you to keep doing this and stop bugging us like please please just merge these yourself And so I ended up basically just joining the cool team through like share application an off Wanting to make it better. So where did you gain that experience that you were able to look at the arse back out source code and be able to pinpoint pinpoint the possible re factories that you could do. Did you gain that from school or did you have other open source. Experience Neither I oh this is this is like this is a somewhat difficult question to you on Sir. But essentially essentially just sort of like an aesthetic for wanting to remove jeff location or things that were proving hot to change And so like actually back back at that point in time aspect had Code climate mounted in all of Repos and basically just sort of took it upon myself to just stop moving the code climate grades of the entire base like upwards towards those as really sort of using the insights code climate was providing To find those places and then sort of just thinking about house collapse things together or create new abstractions or whatever it might be right and like at the time Really Oh code. Climate was doing thing was running the flag and flame gems like rubies solo spaces and those just spot sort of like joop located Covered all oil like curd. That is extremely complex so like I was like. Oh yeah this. Totally is a three hundred line function with Grizzly two nested. If statements we can probably make that like like less nested and shorter rate and so like really it was it was an application of stuff I had being directly taught Through those aforementioned sort of like Ruby conference talks I had been watching so there was this like very sort of tight. feedback cycle between the things. I was learning and getting to apply them That was like a very unique experience. I think that was really interesting. I think that's great because even though that happened to you in college I mean we're GonNa get into Ruby format. It just seems to be a pattern throughout your career so aside from the sixty eight weeks that you contributed during your university time What contributions are you most proud of with our SPEC so basically I think perhaps the most interesting thing that happened to us? Back in my tenure I guess there are two things so one is when I joined the aspect team aspect was still on major Russian to And now it's on major three and I did a lot of the work along with the other team members at the time to actually like like deliver that and so I was sort of on the front lines of implementing some of the new keywords and doing method clean Alpina. Actually a big part of it was just deprecating code in a way that didn't break people's test suites which is what we use. The major version for so like aspect has a very strict adherence to semantic brushing and gut. Like when it is people's test suites you like literally cannot break them right like like breaking someone's suite would be like a sort of horrifying thing for aspect to do and so part of it. Frankly just what that people couldn't really detect to make sure that moving from two to three was a seamless as possible in terms. uh-huh of tangible stuff. People have actually probably seen I managed the sort of like rails compatibility of aspect through reversion five and up to version six point zero including implement implementing the compatibility for rail system test which replaced placed feature specs. Basically wholesale and like the system tasks are just like way better than feature specs F. O. were And so like I'm really proud of that one because it sort of took a standardized piece of work that was done by the rails team and specifically I lean you should tell and Sort of integrated with AAs back and that was a lot of fun because like it was done very collaboratively. It wasn't it just sort of me. In a lab that one was like reaching out to folks who have applications like test prototypes and see what upgrading onto those might look like and whether or not there are bugs and that sort of thing but yeah so like broadly. Speaking most of my tenure on our SPEC was either a fixing bugs in aspect all SPEC mocks or maintaining aspect rails through Russians five and up

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Islamic State leader leaves a legacy of terror

All Things Considered

11:02 min | 1 year ago

Islamic State leader leaves a legacy of terror

"This is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Michelle Martin we're gonna begin this hour with that major announcement today from president trump in the morning press conference at the White House the president announced that the leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al Baghdadi had been eliminated that was trumps work only Daddy was one of the world's most wanted figures he was killed and his Syrian safe house by US commander rate we can have several conversations about this about who al Baghdadi was and what this means for the region we're going to start with NPR's Daniel Estrin in Beirut and national security correspondent Greg my re here in our studios in Washington DC and Greg I'm going to start with you let's first start with the details the timeline of the operation president trump gave a vivid cinematic description of what happened here he said eight American helicopters went into this small village they land they don't go into the front of this compound they blast through the walls the interest they track down al Baghdadi and the president says that how Baghdadi has a suicide vest and three kids with them he detonates this killing himself killing the kids no American casualties except for a military dog I think the number of people have been struck by the level of detail that the the president you know offer here including descriptions of what he claims were up and down his last moments did that strike you as a person is cover these issues for sometime was it unusual for that kind of announcement beyond unusual actually quite remarkable I mean this would all fall into the category of classified top secret information for him to just come out and riff and take questions on this providing this this granular level of detail was quite striking and then his defense secretary came on it was mark espera was much more tight lipped about the whole operation today I let me turn to you what's been the reaction in the region I mean you're in Lebanon at the moment and but if you've been following this throughout the region including in Syria what's been the reaction there we've been hearing a whole mix every action from inside Syria we spoke with the researcher in the city of Rucka he's been researching ISIS crimes in the city when isis was there and he says this is a moment of celebration you know trump gave a list of the victims of ISIS you mentioned American journalists humanitarian aid workers killed Christians killed disease killed but actually most of isis is victims were Muslims and just in Syria alone approximately six thousand civilians were killed by ISIS so Syrians civilians I feel very strongly about this man but there is a lot of skepticism this researcher the Syrian man we spoke with thought the US had its own interests in killing Baghdadi he said the US wants to grab Syrian oil which we heard trump's speak about we're also hearing from many Syrians who are skeptical that apple buckle but Daddy actually died they've heard several times before in the past that he had died turned out to be fake news they say we haven't seen the pictures how do we know for sure and we also reached a few Syrians in in live but the city where I'll Doug Daddy was reportedly given safe haven and was targeted living there seems very careful with their words or didn't want to speak at all and they could be scared of retribution from ISIS so Daniel the president thanked many countries in his announcement starting with Russia and Turkey then including Syria and Iraq the Syrian Kurds as well but in that order and that was striking to a number of people what about that I mean does that show that the Kurds are still important players in fighting the extremist threat despite president trump's decision to back away from well it's a very interesting to hear how the the STF the Kurdish led forces in Syria have been speaking about what happened today first of all their top commander said that they had been tracking Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is movements and location for the last five months that they were part of the intelligence cooperation in planning for the US to nab about Daddy but that that operation was delayed by a month because of the recent Turkish offensive after we heard that about Daddy was killed they praise the operation they said it was a joint Curtis U. S. operation just days ago though we heard from the top commander they were very upset with Donald Trump for withdrawing US troops and leaving them exposed to a Turkish offensive what Greg this comes at a time when a standard just point out the president's pulling US troops out of Syria putting a stop to what he has called endless wars it is there a contradiction in US policy then between wanting to destroy ISIS and other terror groups overseas but still wanting to bring US forces home I mean is there a contradiction US policy a fundamental contradiction that's existed throughout the the president's time in office we're going to hit all of these groups whether it's ISIS of the Taliban or al Qaeda but it's time to bring Americans home and the president seem not bothered by this contradiction today he said we we carried out a very successful operation in Syria and yes we're still bringing the troops home he seem to see it as as so you see we can do both while critics are already saying no you can't this was an operation that required a special operators in the US working with Kurds and you want to leave an area of the intelligence goes cold very quickly so you you can't really have it both ways you can stay and fight or you can leave but hard to do both before we let each of you go I do want to hear from each of you on this what is the strategic significance of the death of opportunity right the death of al Baghdadi does not end ISIS we've learned that time and again when the leaders of terrorists groups are killed however you should also look at the number of things that have happened in the past couple of years ISIS has lost its territory it's lost its revenue streams it no longer has recruits flowing in and now they've lost a very important leader this group is not dead they still have lots of fighters out there but they are in no way organized the way that they were so they've been greatly weakened but they still exist Daniel what about you it's true that ISIS isn't dead it exists in many different permutations and groups across the region and finally the city it live is a place where we're hearing many ISIS operatives fled to that area after the fall of the ISIS territorial caliphate and the question is will they be able to regroup there that was and personally scar Spahn Daniel Estrin in Beirut and national security correspondent quick Myrick here in our studios in Washington DC thank you both so much for talking to us my pleasure thanks we're going to turn now to someone whose life was directly affected by Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and the rise of ISIS James Foley was an American journalist covering the civil war in Syria in two thousand twelve he was captured in northern Syria by ISIS and held captive for nearly two years then in two thousand fourteen he was killed in a gruesome manner beheaded in what would become something of a signature of the Islamic state he was the first American to be killed by ISIS in his honor and name his mother I am fully created the James W. fully legacy foundation which advocates for the safe return of American hostages abroad and protection of journalists and she's with us now from her home via Skype thankfully thank you so much for speaking with us today my pleasure we shop how are you reacting to today's events well we're very grateful my shall we have to be I am very grateful to president trump our intelligence community and the military for fall waiting and finding al Baghdadi and stopping him our he obviously wanted to continue to regroup and continue his reign of terror so it is a blow to isis and I'm very grateful we had there US troops in country to make that happen ask you though today what does this does this bring up anything for you I mean I know what you know the word closure is so controversial people think it's some people think it's ridiculous some people think it it actually kind of capture something or says something does the death of this person who who because your son's death does this bring anything for you does it and anything for you does that term what what is it bring up for you well it protects others from whatever he was planning to do start money the thing that would bring me the most solace is does ISIS fighters who have been captured I would like them to be brought to trial and the federal criminal court here in the U. apps I'm grateful that two alleged Jack hottest Cody and I'll shake our impact in US custody and I'm hoping they'll be brought to trial but there are thousands of others and I feel it's very important that the international community hold them responsible by bringing them to trial and if convicted put away for the rest of their lives how do you hope the elder Jerry might be captured alive so that he could face trial yes he would have been able to answer so many questions but it appears he detonated himself he didn't want that to happen so he wanted to be a martyr for his because I'm sure so obviously that would have been the past the more we can take into custody and bring to trial the better however as you can see from there and present is that it's hard to find the will to bring them to trial and there's a lot of blocks in that regard but I feel that is necessary to actually stop terrorism is to bring these folks who inflicted such terror to try and hold them accountable for their horrific Dietz we let you go how does this how does the work of the fully foundation proceed does the does al Baghdadi is death affect the work of the foundation in anyway well anytime we can capture people who are from loading hostage taking which he surely wise that is a win he wives using human victims to inflict yes terror on the country and the citizens in that area so yes of course that's a help I would just or that our administration might give a higher priority to innocent Americans when they first taken hostage to maybe hopefully prevent some of that horrific crime so but I I certainly applaud today's victory and it is a victory for the free world was stand for Lee she's the president and founder of the James to be fully legacy foundation she's the mother of the slain US journalist James Foley who was killed by ISIS in two thousand fourteen she was with us today via Skype painfully thank you so much for talking with us thank you so much for

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"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"dietz" Discussed on WJR 760

"Special guest host Kevin Dietz you're listening to we came as Romans one year ago this week the world lost a talented singer copper phone front man of Michigan band we came as Romans tragically passed away in an accidental overdose he was just twenty eight years old how is described by all knew him as a good natured man with a big heart friends and family Mrs Ellis smiles sincerely concern for others and his impressive musical talent join us on the line now is Isabel Pavan Kyle sister is about thanks for joining us thank you for having me you know the at the time of your brother's death the family put out a statement that said the opposite of addiction is connection and I know that the entire family wanted Kyle to be remembered by helping other artists other musicians who are struggling with addiction can you tell us some of the things that have happened in the past year because I know so many incredible things have been happening absolutely yeah so last year after everything took place my family and I and we just didn't think you know having having a funeral for my brother would stop there we we knew that he was gonna live on and we knew that people were going to pinch intellect and your men look to him for all the different things that he created over time so my Daddy he thought about you know what can we move forward with from here and that's when we were contacted by live nation about you know doing something further back where we started when are the tribute show that we did for my brother as well as you know creating the foundation the cobblestone foundation where we're going to help people who may be struggling with addiction or are struggling with any form of mental health issues because we have been made aware of that being something that happens with people in the music industry so we just decided that there were more things you know Kyle released a song with John lies on the day of the funeral there it was frequency and art the day of the funeral is actually national overdosed awareness day so that was something that you know kept him alive at night on the year anniversary year arm just around that time he also had a star come out with cheese all called Ali that respected by Jeff keeping it alive which is like really really amazing tell me about that amazing day at the Fillmore here in town here in Detroit the the there's so much love in that room that day comes we are just blown away yeah that that day was more than we could've ever have ever dream job the amount of people you know eating hundred people showed up and all in support of Carlisle all of these different artists who had worked with tiles with looked up your tile it was it was incredible and you could feel the energy in the room was it wasn't just for the music it was for Highlander was also for change because a lot of people have connected to with losing someone in this manner and felt that you know we all need to come together we all need to make a change and that's something that we tried to point on it you know be there for the people that need it even if you don't if even if they don't think that they need help or something or need someone to check in on them you know it's always important to make sure you tell the people that you love that you love them and and it was very prevalent that people in that room all one eight you spread change spread awareness and also yeah keep house you're alive your brother was becoming a huge star at the time of his death but you know I'm kind of as a goofy brother tough a total total bit about Kyle Pologne yeah see is definitely the best way to explain it to you when he was in a room is definitely the funniest person on the rails up here Hammond has one liners were something that where you now always the the tip of the joke the most clever thing you could come up where she well she wasn't the cleanest of people he was a typical four way it was it was honestly just great having the opportunity to watch my brother just grow up together watching that you know go to second of fighting and bickering to them laughing and being able to you know put each other at that but that their jokes but I'll I'll never slapped when when we were at my parents house in college he was also there I would hear him paper thank you the wallstreet making music online and then it just leaving and popery and waking up and going back to playing making more music he he never stopped you always had ideas going on in creating different things I think I was looking at this video and from one of my dad Christmas parties for his work and they're playing some random Bruno Mars song Kyle the way he's dancing is how he would have produced the music and where he would have made changes and all that stuff music was always on his mind it.

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David Dietz, Peter Navarro And Congress discussed on Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular

Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

David Dietz, Peter Navarro And Congress discussed on Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular

"Records on Wall Street as the Dow Jones industrial average notched its first record since October while the S. and P. five hundred index climbed for a fifth day extending its high another record their nasdaq also a record Wall Street though looking ahead to Friday morning's jobs report David Dietz as president and founder of point few financial services based on the fact that we saw very little increase in jobless claims and the data this morning AT P. figures came up with about a hundred thirty five thousand jobs but they're usually low by about thirty to thirty five thousand we think we're going to have about a increase in jobs about a hundred and fifty to one sixty which would be a nice rebound from may's about seventy six thousand increase White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says Dow thirty thousand is coming if the fed lowers rates in Congress approves president trump's new U. S.

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"dietz" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Hey, all the Dietz on the beef all your friends eat. Yeah. Money off that that show with dieting probably after episode two. I would assume you stop doing it after upset to just give up hoping. Then I'll make a season. Oh is that? Right. Yeah. Season. One MetLife comes after him for the one point five. The MetLife massacre probably gonna have to dump this thing off punk gas. After today. Anyways, we're going to be filed a fucking loss. Conor you signed for that though. It is a hundred percent Connors name on the that last piece paper that you told me to send a filler whatever it was it is it's all three of us because I wasn't actually it's you technically hold on. Just tell me who the names me Jose Perez. And that is whatever the lady is her name is so MAC V Anka's, not use my use my g mail Email because you gotta stay away. She doesn't have to know who who I work for now for sure, but but in my name is legally panic this business is not legally involved to this RV at all. What's the only thing that this business is legally involved with Al, hey, we're gonna find out if hold billionaires eat is real thing because this is gonna hit you're gonna have to bear. You're gonna have to bail out Southie. Connor out of a situation potentially here because he's cosigner on this. Reggie Miller dot com. That lady man, she didn't want to give you the Jews home. I got she looked at us. Lease take care of it. Okay. On the complete opposite end of the spectrum more, Pittsburgh Steeler drama. It's still doesn't end somehow James Connor left bell had a magical moment on by the way. Let bell released a minute. New rap video music video any actually tweeted the question is this fire flame or garbage basket question? Mark in the internet responded in a very negative manner. Lot of garbage basket answers, including other NFL players bell. Did not appreciate he basically said, yo you real one would've just texted me, if you're real friend..

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"dietz" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on Are You Real

"Music. You can stream it on apple play any of the Spotify Pandora platforms. That are available. You can find it there. She's Amit whatever you wanna do. It's available. To get a hold of me. Probably the best thing to do be to go to either my Instagram or Facebook, Instagram at Matt a date DIA T Z Facebook is Matt Dietz find me there and PM me. Private message me and big lead to do some songwriting with people or come out and do some worship or whatever love to do that. So heavy fun. I could just give out your phone number on worldwide web. Right. Like right now, just give numbers. Let's love it. All right. Matt why don't we in on just the last piece apart in advisory give our audience? Connect with God today. Don't way don't put it off find space that you know, I talked about the secret place find a place where you can get away from all of the distractions everything that's going on and yet alone. There's no pressure to perform. There's no pressure to read your bible just permission instead of pressure. Get into a permission of experiencing God for who. He is. And allow him to open up your senses. Every one of your senses to trust him to allow yourself to love him. Let him love you the way the created you to be loved love it, man. Love it love it, man. Thank you so much for taking the time coming on and sharing your experiences, especially with your group process of songwriting and all that massive honor. You just make you so much for taking the time to do that. Thanks brother research, you love you man to hold on just a.

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"dietz" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I mean, John for, I don't want to do like the Terry Dietz power ranking of which live one loved ones Trump other ones. But I mean, I feel like you let Tom his wife above letting John see her friend, you know, no offense to to John's friend Negi. I think her Dave as and she was she was a lot of fun as well, but I feel like maybe I'm speaking at both sides of my mouth here because he did deprive analysts of seeing her husband, but I feel like of all the loved ones. I feel like you're like John hung out with your friend. I think you're okay to sort of sit this one out and that you can explain to John as well. If he said he seem more upset at missing out on the bride and are missing out on a Frenchie themes really understand about the Bri. I got to see the bribe finally. But yeah, I think. He can explain it to that might. That might be one of the reasons that she was so happy to turn a blind eye as to why would pick those people. If they're not meant to be his final three. Like early van, I can really get away with this is such a tough spot to pick people. You know, in a loved one's challenge, emotions running high, and he seemed to get away with it. Although I will say that I really dislike when they let them pick a Geordie such a cop out, they let a majority to ensue at camp and be angry at you rather than having the majority of people on the reward with you and making them happy, especially because the reward I didn't realize they were going to be whisked away to the Filipino barbecue. But Nope, they all went back to camp together and then they said, bye and then walks like what like thirty paces away from the cab to eat this delicious barbecue. So the got to hear like them laughing and smacking their lips, which made things assumingly harder for the two of them. We talk a bit about this family visit, like I love visits. I'm so excited when they're on the show. Some of the international versions haven't had them Zealand didn't have it. I'm a Sokha family visits like ice stalled. Lifetime after winning immunity. Lutely love it. And then until Tom says something like my heart dropped out of the bottom of my undependable..

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"dietz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Do all these things oh yeah he was he loved to project those things out about some of the others on the list ken henderson we had him on the show recently a switch hitter nicety out for like you came up as well twenty year old in the big leagues you know when i came up first and seventy one you know he was the he was the starting left fielder at the time now with williams center and bobby and right you know that was the year in nineteen seventy one went to went to the playoffs and the division and it was a big part was because of know of the contribution that can make like you said he was a switch hitter that he just made everything look easy always carried himself with dignity on a grace out there that both on and off the field and he helped me tremendously again you know i was a twenty year old cocky brash kid and he settled me down i don't see many catches on the list who catches in heck they're all beat up dick dietz and josh gibson worthy the catchers in seventy one and what a pair what a pair yeah i can't really talk about the escapades of those two guys but on the air you know when you talk about gamers and guys that just played and played hard both of those guys that was their character they complimented themselves so well dictates one of those names of giant's history being hit by drysdale and of course not being awarded first base with the basis loaded during the scoreless streak harry wendelstedt said he didn't get out of the way i mean come on you've been in the game over forty years now when the ever see that get called you know and i think i saw that on tv on dvd you or something that was a dodger giants series and i haven't seen it called sense you know and i think there's been more of the guys that actually lean into the pitch i mean ron hunt was infamous for trying to get hit with the ball would move into it and be awarded first base so terrible call terrible a couple of pitchers one is on the.

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"dietz" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

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"dietz" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Dietz this week seeking tennessee in those general sixty the next day that seeds may dini representing and those working in a patient's equis williamson and to test jameel moi acquis what is a must bring you in on this at at this as a as a loss in the last naval manifesta about nationalizing renationalising various organisations about this is one of the world's wages seeds to me at people working behind bars in prison and for veges has a we've seen things oklahoma v wrong in american prisons in their services zeeks me this is something that is abc's his return by the state when you're talking about people being supervised death freedom that is something that should be done by all your offices of the state notes private individuals apoe upper of big paid by private firms absolutely right and lo what we've said in the manifesto also wants a mixed economy with your teeth as well for the private sector in certain areas and i think the state should be empowered to enable the provice sake to to succeed but in certain key areas of public service and this is walling particular and he's failing x is a direct consequence of an ideological obsession from this government and frankly something which is pervaded governments of different complexions new labour also get a sore entirely well i agree but then he boy into the whole kind of neoliberal agenda but he has failed not just in his country's felt around the world and what we should be doing it seems to me is bringing these things back in house because the really important point for me is when you look in a public services being delivered by the provice when the private sectors involved understandably their first priority indeed that first legal obligation is the interests of the company to return a profit and public services should be in my view about delivering public.

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"dietz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To automate bathing and dressing someone in their home for instance but robert dietz says even in a job as handson as construction change is coming bringing new robots and other kinds of equipment scale in high density projects to allow workers to be more productive and as it gets harder to find workers not all businesses are having to limit their growth julia klein is ceo of c h briggs of building supply company with two hundred employees in reading pennsylvania she says in the past year she's raised salaries about two and a half percent even more for positions in short supply light commercial truck drivers we now that we need to come out of the gate with our very best offer because good candidates will leave you before we even get the man the door for even a small increase in hourly pay klein's focusing her management team on retaining talent she says so far she hasn't had to turn business away but her people are working harder multitasking and doing some scrambling which is what the us economy as a whole could do as labour markets get tighter and companies have to meet demand and keep their customer satisfy i mitchell hartland for marketplace oh yeah yeah coming up if you don't you on a public utility this handle this payment service the future of fed coin or not but first let's do the numbers the dow jones industrial average rose one hundred fifty two point six tenths percent breaking twenty five thousand for the first time it closed at twenty five thousand seventy five the nasdaq lifted twelve points one ted percent to finish at seventy seventy seven and the sp 500 went up ten points fourtenths percent ended twenty seven twenty three as we told you up top auto sales fell for 2017 but december number still beat expectations ford shares accelerated one and seventenths.

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"dietz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For texas saying as the dietz defense shuffles in it out from the sideline hedrich rogers the receiver comes off for texas billionaire trivia on williams the running back at the slot laugher this third down at seven from the wake forest forty five yard line three tend to go here this first gortat tired of fourteen shark of craigslist that rose over the bed on that is complete to kristen kirk but there is a flag on the way your report another generally on texas billionaire that is their fourth heavily here in this first quarter really having a lot of issues we talked about this week tours defense slippery a lotta tackles for lost this year a lot of sacks from their group up four duke led by do catch of four and that time disowned blitz getting some pressure up the middle and this anm off its of wine a lot of shuffling this year a lot of injuries a lot of poor play that have led the bodies at different places sutherland the junior out of flour amount taxes typically at right tackle target lift guard today and he gets charged with the flag three third doubted set of sheets for their own 35yardline of that pass from nick struggle is incomplete down the beer sidelined attended for damien ramle perhaps of this communication there that was twenty five yards down the field of doubt forthcoming for texas say an avid drive at started with such a provice penalties the gate and now to say that forced upon a fourth at seventeen drive killing penalties and we talked about it with the offense of line jim turner the offensive line coach what's crosstrading training players so that they could slotted anywhere that time you saw maybe some of the direct opposite that lack of continuity position wise making it difficult always communicate to advance looks at out of seven twenty one yard drive for texas senator jesse bates off the clock collect that one at what he calls for the fair cats and wait four sets up shop at their own what the yard line after the thirty four yards apart from the agonies shane for puka we're gonna tied at fourteen.

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"dietz" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on Are You Real

"Welcome to our you real finding the authentic you the podcast that focuses on christians that are active in everyday life join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith and how it helps them reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same and now get ready to roar with your host the voice of manifestation john fuller they were our nation john fuller here coming at you live from amil rillo texas and i am excited as you know we are starting the ru real platform bringing on multiple guess starting in january in one of the shows that it's going to be launched is one of my best friends musician builder he's multitalented he's got lots of skills but he's doing a show called ru real creative we're going to be talking about the arts and entertainment mountain and getting in mostly to music and will be bringing on musicians and other stuff talking about music so i'm really excited about that i don't want to babble on any longer so matt dietz my friend you ready i am ready mapra do this thing all right let's do it so mad why don't you tell us this is funny now that i think about it actually if people go accu were episode number one when we launched almost a year and a half ago so that's been a wild man the very first episode it has been on a minute for sure it's been a minute so i don't wanna recap everything but matt why don't you tell us just a little bit about yourself and then what you're shows gonna be about code you know for me i am anarchistic background grew up in the arts my dad was in music my entire life growing up in so you know used to travel and to are all over the country and being around that as a kid growing up in it and just being in a hole where entertainment tunnel with king it was just constantly entertain constantly music constantly something artistic going on and you know life had a real foundation of the arts so just background was it let me into a place places just really appreciating the arts appreciating music especially but all forms of.

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"dietz" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Local well and i pay my play every pain all that gig noticed away question the door here each on the dietz you out of it in my the main while the maiming what you're doing here ninety two woulda a hammi anyway well act young were i always held right there in black cars and and i don't know if you all know this but i used to raise cars rule wildman win mm lorde i'll quit with bad it book bipolar we thought removed he'll be yamakawa warba block but grow that we could go debt that robert mccarthy ekg play a role in their rose that the god of around the time all the time moulin out yet great though now whether with yes or no new fighting back you'll be key could buy levi jet painless than oh no it made me new real old school would ainu real old wounds in general original ganked a you know how the yacht their own me i we o o g o old gene i could buy york roc arriving allcock while the up oh by the meguid though the direct our way admiral walking have wished yana what little deep anywhere with you you'd better off from batty um then i would have any problem with the young trump could have been have also found a bad tests i had shown that with denim son and ibca getting round right fulltime zero y'all been so nice to be preparing for war of everything over there on that pullout and that's brokaw after fire the ball magi i'm up you got coming in there on the line in vegas is growing up over there uh no i think we have a lot of fun over there in a more in a mother may you come about if some sometime to what you leave let you don't illegal aliens done by you leave and you just getting your call and you just take off on the main uni tunnel buddy bonn you just take off on the may soon.

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"dietz" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Local well and i pay my play every pain all that gig noticed away question the door here each on the dietz you out of it in my the main while the maiming what you're doing here ninety two woulda a hammi anyway well act young were i always held right there in black cars and and i don't know if you all know this but i used to raise cars rule wildman win mm lorde i'll quit with bad it book bipolar we thought removed he'll be yamakawa warba block but grow that we could go debt that robert mccarthy ekg play a role in their rose that the god of around the time all the time moulin out yet great though now whether with yes or no new fighting back you'll be key could buy levi jet painless than oh no it made me new real old school would ainu real old wounds in general original ganked a you know how the yacht their own me i we o o g o old gene i could buy york roc arriving allcock while the up oh by the meguid though the direct our way admiral walking have wished yana what little deep anywhere with you you'd better off from batty um then i would have any problem with the young trump could have been have also found a bad tests i had shown that with denim son and ibca getting round right fulltime zero y'all been so nice to be preparing for war of everything over there on that pullout and that's brokaw after fire the ball magi i'm up you got coming in there on the line in vegas is growing up over there uh no i think we have a lot of fun over there in a more in a mother may you come about if some sometime to what you leave let you don't illegal aliens done by you leave and you just getting your call and you just take off on the main uni tunnel buddy bonn you just take off on the may soon.

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"dietz" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dietz" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Or eight hundred four six zero zero seven seventy uh if you're just joining us there is a movement out there or at least uh experts who contend that it's a good idea the people who uh report on mass shootings do not use the name do not use of the body count any information like that that would lead the killer to maybe get the attention or the glorification that he is seeking doctor park dietz is a leading forensic psychologist and here's his idea cnn and our other media if you john watch for propagate more mass murderers don't start the story with sirens blaring don't have photographs the killer don't make this 247 coverage do everything you can not to make the body count the lead story gdp to localize this story to the affected community and make it as boring as possible in every other mark all right so he is contending that there should be no sensationalized coverage what is sensationalized a lotta people believe who is sensationalized just uh the person's name and putting their photo on tv what's for you would you like to just see the name or hear the name and.

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