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"diop" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast
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Does Mount Diablo Have the Biggest View in the World?
"Okay so we set out to learn if Mount. Diablo is in fact numeral dose on the list of places on Earth where you can see the most land reporter Assault Asana takes a winding road to find out. The mystery of the view from Mount. Diablo is a romantic one steeped in local legend to find out. If it's true I drove to the source itself. Six hundred feet arrive at your destination from the base of the mountain. It takes me about an hour to get to the top. Well took so long. Mount Diablo sits on the eastern edge of the Bay area in Contra Costa County. But you can see. It's double peak pyramid from most spots around the bay at three thousand eight hundred forty nine feet. The mountains view is second to none. Well it's second to one. Maybe we'll find out so the view and you come up. Here is really amazing. How it compares. To Kilimanjaro is up for debate. But I'm kind of partial to the view here from Mount Diablo and I think most people would come pretty amazed by what the view looks like my tour guide today is Sharon Peterson. Mount Diablo state parks interpreter. Which she says means her job is to tell the story of the park. Sharon takes me to the summit's viewing deck. She says the clear day. You can see forty of California's fifty eight counties from here as little as one percent of some of those counties but still this is where we walk out into the wind. I she points West so you can see the Golden Gate Bridge today. You could see both towers with the naked eye and if I give you the binoculars you can probably for sure. She whips them out and there. It is the Golden Gate Bridge Sixty miles away two towers peaking over round top in the Berkeley Hills. That's really really cool. Then we turned north and you can see the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers forming the Delta South. It's a sweeping view of the Diablo range and livermore pleasanton and finally east or through the haze we catch a glimpse of the snow-speckled Sierra rising above the Central Valley over a hundred miles away. And I heard that you can also see Yosemite from here on a clear day you can and with binoculars you can see Sentinel Dome. There is a rumor that you can see half dumb but it's actually blocked by one of the land features in between seeing it for myself. The site is so magnificent so magical that feels like. I'm looking down at a watercolor. The only thing that compares is the view from a plane. Maybe it's possible. The Myth is true. It's absolutely not true. The Mount Diablo has the largest view in the world. Except for Mount Kilimanjaro. Seth Adams is the land conservation director at Save Mount Diablo and he spent a lot of time myth. Busting the Kilimanjaro claim. I never quite believed it. It just didn't have the ring of truth to me because it's a small mountain and common sense would tell you the taller. The mountain the bigger view but considering the myth has been repeated hundreds of times. He says it makes sense. People would believe it. Seth trace the infatuation with Diablo back to the eighteen fifties and sixties when scientists like Hosea Whitney first geologically surveyed the mountain. That's Jose Whitney of Mount Whitney the tallest mountain in the Sierra Nevada. Jose Whitney road. It is believed that there are few if any points on the earth's surface from which so extensive and area maybe seen as from Mount Diablo the whole area thus spread out can hardly be less than forty thousand square. Miles the legend snowballed from there repeated over and over for decades through the end of world. War Two a time when people really start experiencing parks and mountains. Recreationally and Mount. Diablo became a Goto tourist spot. The Kilimanjaro Claims Circulated and travel guides and hiking maps by railroad companies and Auto Associations Even Contra Costa County described it as quote the world's greatest view more territory visible than from any point in the world but as visitors flocked to Diablo for the views entrepreneur side. Chance to make a buck. More than half of Mount Diablo was locked up. Successively by two big real estate land speculators both of them printed brochures by the thousands that includes the claimed amount of having the largest boasting that claim was a smart business. Move for one developer. In nineteen seventeen he had a dream of building. Thousands of homes on Diablo's western flank and those amazing views helped push his agenda forward. Eventually the developer went bankrupt and the deal flopped. But it was too late. The brochures had done their work. Oh you can definitely credit the brochures for spreading the misinformation. But it's just too good acclaim the largest few in the world right and understand that California was a promoter's dream which brings us to another promoter the entrepreneur Walter p frick who hired a publicist to help him spread the rumor. The Mount Diablo had the greatest view on earth especially as he built an eight foot beacon tower known as the eye of Diablo but frick was working with engineers from the standard oil company and they were skeptical. Someone for the first time said come on biggest view in the entire world so after that the nineteen twenty eight standard oil bulletin added a footnote to their brochure except for a point in Africa. Clearly being Mount Kilimanjaro. From their the legend shifted from Mount Diablo having the largest few in the world to the second largest it went on like this until nineteen ninety four when it was officially debunked by an engineer slash mountaineer. Who did the math? His name was Edward Earl but he went by the nickname. Seven point three eight nine zero five six zero nine nine math joke. She said I don't believe this. And so what I'M GONNA do is. I'm going to find the problem. And I'm going to calculate view sheds for lots of other mountains and see how they compare view. Shed is the area visible from a specific vantage point including land or water. Now Remember Whitney speculated Diablo's view shed was about forty thousand square miles but according to earls calculations it's actually between thirteen and twenty one thousand. That might still sound like a lot but from other Taller Mountains. You can see more than three times as much and even for a total non mathematician like me. It kind of makes sense. Mount Kilimanjaro is five times the size of Mount Diablo so diop blow couldn't possibly have a comparable view shed even if it is an isolated peak.
"diop" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Mary data about filming Filming Atlantic's listen for their spoiler filled conversation. Thank you for inviting me to do this. I saw linked to the film yesterday. And then that's even better of course to sit on a big screen. It's incredible one of the pleasures of this is the way it moves from being having the feel of a documentary than you moves into this realm of the uncanny it goes from the natural to the supernatural and it seems so beautifully balanced between the two. And can you talk about how you struck that balance. How you got that tone but convergence The from the very beginning The contents and in the form of the of the shown were one one. One one one thing and only one and only thing After I shot Atlantics the short the short film in Two thousand nine where I feel md.. A young man Sharing me and his two friends his crossing his Odyssey from Senegal to Spain. I was very stroke by the interaction between the way scene was telling his true own on story which was really what he went through. But he depicted with such lyrical and epic and Mythical dimension and this is what I was actually trying to capture from from from his story I wanted to light The mythical real dimension of this journey of this crossing the exist ensure an internal dimension of it and I guess that what I it didn't the feature. I was already looking for looking for that while I was a recording with my media the camera. Sorry sorry savings the hero of my of the of the short crossing and I think it's has also to do with the way stories. He's legends are are are told also in in Africa in Senegal and and so after the shorts I I knew that I was going to debate a more a feature film to to the same period when I say per Yoda Taco bell all the the moment when so many young people left The coast of the Gal for for Spain for Better Future with a lot disappearing in the sea I wanted to dedicate a feature to to that situation and I think that it was immediately for me to his evidently going to be a ghost film. Because it's exactly how I've experienced and and you know all the observations and the The Way I was besides the the story of Hindu he's he. He lamented Sakkhanthit way that he told himself. Yeah the way. They Dole himself but also my relationship relationship with the ocean at that time the fact that I knew living in the neighborhood I was living at the time in the car at my aunt's place that so many young own people while I was there coulda potentially a lemon left. Leave leave like right away. Take a boat disappear and you wouldn't see them the next day I think all these these these variants of of being there of witnessing. That's which made me new had to be a ghost film and also it's a lost generation. It's a it's a it's a and and so I thought the fantasy is wrong was the best way to make exists this youth being but also being absents dance you know the omnipresence of the offense and so the starting-point was pretty strong about the fantasy approach but as soon as as a as much as I was approaching two two shooting into an too and also while I was writing I mean it was all about rooting. The story in its social economical political realities and that was very important as I knew really wanted wanted to film to to go very far into fantasy and to draw I even more needed to routes that spur very grounded to three percents in reality. Because it's about reality. Let's go story and it's a love story and as you point run out your notes. It's the story of.
"diop" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Hello and thanks for tuning in to another episode. The directors got a podcast by the directors guild of America catering. Today's top director sharing behind the the scene stories of the latest films and insights into the craft of directing. Please take the second. Subscribe to our show. Wherever you podcasts? In this episode director Matia takes us behind the scenes of her film. Atlantic's WCHS set in the outskirts of car on Senegal's Atlantic coast. The film tells the story of a young woman who has a love with a construction worker but has already promised to another man after the construction worker is lost at sea and the devastated woman prepares to go through with her original wedding. Strange things begin to happen. That makes word plans. Atlantic's was screened as part of the DJ's Global Cinema series which aims to spotlight landmark foreign films for DJ members and guests are presenting ending screenings of contemporary classic and independent films as well as conversations with their directors misty up made history as the first black woman ever to compete in the canned film festival. Atlantic's was nominated for the poem door and took home the grand jury prize. The film garnered Ms Diop a DJ award nomination Russian for Outstanding Brooke Trivial Chief. -ment of a first time feature film director and Senegal's Official Academy Awards entry for best international feature her other correct to`real credits include the documentary feature a thousand suns the documentary short Atlantique and the short films Snow Cannon it can be at Phnom and Liberian boy following global cinema series screening of the film at the Dj Theater in New York. Ms Diop spoke with director. Michael L..
Nature's 'Brita Filter' Is Dying And Nobody Knows Why
"We take certain parts of the natural world for granted right trees cleaning the air worms enriching soil bees pollinating crops but increasingly eating late. These natural systems that we rely on our failing. They're under attack from Climate Change Human Development and disease impairs Nathan. Rod Has the story of one critical all species. That's dying and the team racing to find out. Why slip into your waiters and slosh out into the knee? Deep waters of the clinch rip and South West Virginia agent the clinched lows at the feet of the age rounded southern Appalachian Mountain slowly descending towards Tennessee. It's water is sharp cold engine engine clear which is good because what we're looking for lives on the rock crusted river bottom on long and it's just a matter of like how long does a until we we see. Something died very recently. That is Jordan Richard A biologist with the US fish and Wildlife Service and. It doesn't take him long to find what he does is not one to see that one leads the peasants. Shell is just laying there even say it's not buried too. That's what should be buried in. But he pulls a palm sized object from the water. Not that's dead. Richard is holding a freshwater Mussel Less edible diversion of its saltwater. Cousin that lines river bottoms across the country cleaning water and providing habitat to other species. It show is Gold Brown and glistening but the milky white muscle inside is turning a gray brown at its edges the color of decay. Biologists Rose Apple log brings over another muscle in similar condition. That smell alley. Yeah it's real real bad. So that's been dead maybe couple days tier two they find another dead muscle and another by the time I stopped at five and then more after that it standing mid river a bit later Richard Lifts his gaze from the water and looks upstream seemingly nothing in particular expecting. It's not a good way which I'm pretty used to. I'm pretty used to like coming out of your thing. I'm going to see just getting completely the bomb with the muscles but the US Fish and Wildlife Service estimates mates that hundreds of thousands of freshwater mussels have perished since the day off was I noticed in two thousand sixteen. Biologists and fishermen were finding finding fresh dead muscles week after week after week and not just here unexplained freshwater Mussel die-offs have since been documented in Oregon Washington Jason Wisconsin and Michigan. There's even been one in Spain and says a major concern for the future and for the future health of freshwater. Emily Blevins is a conservation. Biologist with Desert See Society for Invertebrate Conservation a nonprofit that focuses on some of the world's more let's say under loved critters and people belong to get quite as excited about but lack backbones unfortunately but many of those species are critically important to the natural world take freshwater mussels their filter feeders that remove algae sediment and heavy metals from passing water. There's research that's shown they can remove pharmaceuticals from the water and pesticides songs and flame retardants and remove E. coli from the water so think of them as nature's equivalent to Britta filter cleaning the water. We drink while also so providing suitable habitat to countless other species. The problem is freshwater. Mussels are also one of the most imperilled species on the planet dozens of muscle types have already gone extinct in north. America wiped out by Water Pollution Human Development and habitat loss. The current die off is just one more threat widespread and fast moving. And it's 'cause Richard The biologist says that's the challenge it could be a million things but because of limited time hi and resources we've had pick and choose what we think is the most likely things and start running them down and it takes years worth of effort a team at the University of Wisconsin. That's working with Richard and blevins has detected a virus and a bacteria that are statistically associated with the die off but they're not willing to call either the culprit it just yet climate change stressing ecosystems and threatening species around the world but it does not seem to be the driver here so with the clock. Ticking and cause is unknown. The team in Virginia has something of a contingency plan. A hatchery. Nursery more or less per freshwater mussels is one of our live live in screamed so pheasant. Shell is in here. That's the one that really dial Tim Lane is a muscle recovery coordinator with the Virginia Department of game and Inland Fisheries. He's walking through. What's essentially along shit mind with? PVC pipes trump's and dozens of shallow black buckets half filled with sand. These buckets are home to a WHO's who of endangered mussels species in here. Come away come. Show not to be confused with the endangered Cumberland monkey-face keep pace nearby over here. We have golden shell over here fifty. That's more than probably a wild that we haven't put out there. This facility ability is a last line of defense for some freshwater mussels species lane another. Biologists are reproducing them here and then keeping them safe until they're mature enough to to be brought back into the wild when the recent diop's started on the clinch they brought a bunch of pheasants shells here from an unaffected part of the river. The muscles could be used as a baseline a healthy sample to us as they search for the Diop's 'cause but in a worst case. Scenario with diaw continues unabated. They could also be used as stock going to stand idly by washing away. We're GONNA do the best we can. To help them produce progeny. So the species isn't going through inside the hatcheries attorney's office away from the troughs pumps lane and Richard say they know muscles aren't as photogenic as a rhinoceros or as easy to communicate as the plight apply to the polar bear but Richard says freshwater mussels and many other lesser known species are like the foundation of a house that everything lives in is not awesome to care about the foundation of your house. You could renovate your kitchen but if that foundation is crumbling and you ignore it by the time you notice a problem because you fall through the floor. It's too late to do anything about it. And everything else falls through to eighth unwrought N._P._R.. News adding in
The Best Movies of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival
"The Cannes film festival wrapped up this past weekend. The awards are out and the reviews are in and Tonio Bandera won best actor for Pedro Malda Vars pain and glory, the first award given to a black female director, went to Mattie, Diop for her film, Atlantiques, and one of the most talked about films, Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood failed to win a single prize. We connected with Elissa, Wilkinson over Skype to get her take. She's a film reporter at FOX that Palmdale winner, which is the top prize at Cannes was Bong, Jun, Ho's parasite long is known for making films that are very much about class warfare. And this one is especially about that. It's kind of a literal is metaphor about class warfare in Korea. There was a film called back route from Brazil, and that one's about poor people into village being targeted by wealthy people. For sport. And they're trying to fight them off. There was a film called Atlantic's, which was the first film actually from a black woman to be in the main competition at Cannes, and that one's really about young Africans who are fighting back against a wealthy developer, whose not paying them for their work. So it was really a festival full of films about vulnerable people trying to figure out ways that they could gain
"diop" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Maybe it's a sip. Dial. I think it was what happened. I think there was a split Diop's. The split Di Di Di up and listen in that scenario. Let's say you're in the theater, and you're like I am fairly confident that it's being projected at the wrong aspect ratio. I kinda game out on my head. 'cause I caught it real early. Right. When the movie starting right? I was like just to stipulate the movie has started. Everybody's watching the I walk in after the trailers. I generally do not wanna see. But you see what I'm saying though. Like if you are going to be that guy like they're going to have to tear up some rugs to restart the whole. Yep. I'm sitting. I'm sir sitting in the middle of my road. So if I was to leave what would be the procedure. If I wanted to sort of remedy, the situation definitely grumble and make huffing noises. I could've gotten up made everyone stand up, which they would've they would have been really upset. The sound of standing. And then I would have gone out to the manager. I would have been to someone I can't speak to a manager. And they would say, yes, I'm missing the movie and waiting for the manager. He comes out measures like what's wrong. And I'm like, I think the movies being projected at the wrong aspect ratio. Then he's probably gonna come into the theater and squint at the screen and either disagree with me. And tell me I'm crazy or say, I'm really sorry. It is. And then what's he gonna do? He's probably gonna offer me a refund for the film. But like, he's not gonna fix it. The stop the movie and fix it and restart it. And even if they did probably the whole theater would be fucking furious because I interrupted their movie experience. Actually, that's why I say, yes. No, there's no like good way. So I just sat there like a cock? And I watched it at the wrong aspect ratio. But I answered of eager to go back and see it again. I can't believe I'm saying this. But like, I really I really enjoyed the movie and there I was like so much going on. I'm not spoiling liked it. That's not a specific. You like something is not a spoiler. I liked it. And there was so much going on and. Was it was such a it was it was such a busy, and and cool film? I'm I'm wanna see it again. I kept no one is more. I'm so disappointed myself. But I really liked it. I've already seen it twice. And I had no one of those. I think this is probably a good thing. But it's one of those films when you see it it almost like immediately calls out to like I wanna see that again like role that again. I I want a good feeling just such. It was I- matchy started keeping a tally in theater of how many times I teared up. I didn't know I had. No, yeah. I'm actually really excited to talk about some like just the whole every like this in game of thrones. Give crying and not in the third act. The wait. What were you crying in parts that weren't the third act?.
"diop" Discussed on WTVN
"As well, I did the was fortunate enough to do the public address announcing. It was great fantastic. Downtown was alive. I have a niece that goes to Tennessee lives in Knoxville. So she was here and Saturday, we my family, and I took her out to eastern just to hang out because you know, that that was the off day for Tennessee. And we had dinner at the melting. Pod. And that was great and everything, but the activity at Easton between seeing several light high schools that were in the state final four that were there, North Carolina shirts. Tennessee shirts, people hanging out and just. Visiting and checking out east said it was great. I mean, it was a very very good weekend for Columbus. And it was it was wonderful. And you think about where this I've been here. My freshman year in college nineteen eighty three and I always think back to what this city was. Then what it is now and just the sports angle of it. It's it's tremendous and the growth is outstanding. I guess the next step in terms of the men's tournament. Now, I know the NC double a women's tournament. We had the final four last year, which was also a knockout home run. But from a men's tournament standpoint, I wonder if there's a way we get a regional final. We've got the first and second rounds or in the regular rotation will be fun to have a regional final in guys cutting down. The nets riot going into the final four, but we'll see if that happens. But it was it was a great weekend and a great season, by the way for the basketball buckeyes, which came to. It's unfortunate conclusion last night with the loss to Houston. But if you told me going into the season, especially the day before the season, remember, Mike Potter who was supposed to be a significant factor on this team transferred. Few told me going into the year. Yeah, they're going to win twenty games would've first round NCWA tournament game. But then they're gonna lose in the second round Ida signed up for that in the second. Because I didn't know that this team going into the season with everything that it lost keta Bates Diop, Jay, Sean Tait, Cam Williams, even Andrew dockage. And then the Michael Potter transferring a bunch of new players are they going to be able to be very good. I I didn't know. Now, we got spoiled by the twelve one start and thought, wow, they're going to be great. But in hindsight looking at the season as a whole great job. I Chris open of the guys.
"diop" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Things like PBS provision Diop's are giving people the right Petri instance with the credit management that it does. That's very Voss base. So out argue that we've built systems over the last decade that address many of these placement than scaling challenges, which we then bring into the class contain aside the differences. The units of work are different. The biggest difference between easy two and the container world at least is an easy to orchestration is done at the auto scaling level. So at the machine level while on the container. Inside it's much more application life cycle oriented with Dawson bogged since services. So I think you actually have richer semantics which make it a slightly less complex problem in many ways, except they're doing it at a much faster rate. But I would argue the systems that we've built a tanks that have been built as we've learned how to grow easy do scale it, and we bring those lessons do things like fog at Lambda. And obviously we let new lessons along the way which will bring in that includes building new back in technologies. The back in data store that ECS uses was because the fall of the lessons we learned, scaling, easy do and what we needed to manage that. That's a good example of where we learn. And as many other systems said, Vive bid over the years or rebuilt because he had to dig easy to from where it falls twelve years ago to where it is today at back in data stories. That's something that manages the locks on these different container instances in make sure that these things are not over provisioned in. Prevents noisy neighbor, problems, things like that. It's it's basically a bit astounded that that monitor all transactions in a system. In the case of CS, it's all their transactions in a region across all the clusters and Cadenas adopts. That'd be managed and gives us a very good inside and do the heat heat of the system AVI doing the right thing in terms of giving customers ride quality of service and allows us to do interesting things in making show that we can keep scaling a while limiting impact. If something bad happens. I think that lasting is probably the thing be focused on most. How do we make sure that'd be minimized the impact off something going wrong in the system which does, and many ways of the baby designed back ends are heavily influenced by that learning over the years. What's an example of how that lesson was learned of minimizing damage to something going wrong during the process of scheduling and provisioning infrastructure? So you'll be better availability zones. For reason, you should be able to withstand in Zona failure. So we both very hard to make services zone independent. But I think since then we've gone one step further in trying to figure out, can we make things even smaller and smaller units that allow us to be nimble, get scale by limiting blast radius. I think I'd read meant we might talk a little more about what you're doing here, but essentially it boils down to how do we minimize the impact of CEOs abyss API degrading on how do we keep it do less than availabilities own even or maybe just a handful of clusters, and that's kind of what focused on this might be out of your purview, but issued design constraint to have to think through how do we. Architect these systems so that a system wide and AWS wide failure correlated failure between availability zones, for example, is avoided. Is that a design constraint from your point of view? So from a customer's confident all his time point from your standpoint. So from AWS when you're architecture and these kinds of systems, do you have to think, okay, we cannot have correlated failures of the ACS scheduling infrastructure between different availabilities zones because the world relies on AWS absolutely go the other kinds of things we think about a lot and we keep learning new lesson, got bigger on things that'd be can get better on..
"diop" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Blizzard Khan and already trying to read the tea leaves and figure out what the major announcements are going to be dropped at this year's show. Interestingly the schedule seems to imply that there will indeed be major Diablo announcements of some kind. What do you think we're getting? Yeah. So basically this all stems from the schedule that released so immediately following the opening keynote, right? There is a large panel call what's the future of Diablo? There is a secondary Diablo panel. The following day called the world of Diablo. This has. Has the rumor mill running roughshod now we've known for a while there's been one or two major Diablo projects in the works and the one that we already got announced is not one of those too, right? Makes me think that gentleman we are impossibly looking down the barrel. A DR blow announcement DASS what it is. Blow 'em, Emma. That's what I think. It is totally agree. And I think Diablo three did well enough and and disrupted enough about the game. And the way it was originally designed to make them go. Okay. I think it's time. Now, my hope for it is that it's gonna regress the graphics a little bit backwards to that like darker art style that I remember from Diablo two. Sure, that's what I'm hoping. I'm gonna go a little bit off the cuff here. I do think that you guys that are on the right track with the memo, but I don't think it's going to be an insane vein of of a true m world of warcraft or gilmore's or e cell really think we're going to be looking more at what a lot of these companies have sort of been working on the way that followed seventy six is being presented or the way that cyberpunk twenty seventy seven is being presented, whereas it's sort of like a limited and then MO experience. But when you play you'll play with maybe four to eight to twelve people that you one time in the Diablo world and. Go on missions. That was already Diop blow. Wasn't that was? Wasn't that only up to four people though? No, you could grow up. I don't think it's going to be isometric down.
"diop" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"I was like, this looks really good and looks very interesting, but all of the people are going to wanna watch this show or that can now are the people that grew up with team titans and teen titans go. And so they're going to be really excited about a show and then it's going to be so totally different than it might be off putting them when the first thing you hear Robin say is f- Batman, but you know the rest of the word. It's just kind of sets it right. They're like, oh, you know what? I'm I don't think I need to watch this and watching it. So remember when the first images were leaked and we're all like, that's not what star fires gonna look like. She's not gonna look like a corner prostitute. Oh, wait. She is. Oh that. Well, have you ever read the comic. Coach kinda does. It's one thing to have it be here costume, but that's not her costume. I'm hoping. No, I have never read comic star fire in it, but still I. This, I'm so is talking to a lot of people about this. Everyone's like, I don't know if I'm gonna sign up for this service. That showed us very good. And then there's another trailer that made me go, oh, wait, no, that's why I'm signing up for the service. Yes. I mean school. There's a so hang on. Let me talk for just a second about. About titans. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I'm the one. I'm the one with editing editing. So you talk to yourself and then edited in right now? I'm kidding. Yep. Yep. So no. But here's, here's the thing I I was reading tweet from one of the producers back when those things leaked and it said she is on the run in one and she's she's trying to go incognito. Obviously she's going to wear a purple dress. Maybe she wants to be labeled as a woman of the night. You also have to remember, she's not from this planet, so maybe she doesn't get. Maybe that's the first thing she saw like, oh, women dressed like this, these people that are walking around the street. This is what I'll dress the and this is, and this is why I believe that you have to just let it be its own thing and not. You have to be like, this is not star fire. This is its own thing because she does turn orange while she's using powers. She, they showed that in the trailer. Yeah. Beast boy looked good. So be these wide, a live action would be, but beast boy's white in this boy only goes green while he's transforming. And I'm sorry if anybody can say that they have a problem with whitewash Diop being star fire and not being orange, but they're completely fine with beast. Boy, not being grain. That's just racist right there. I'm gonna. I'm gonna say I'm gonna get called out on it. I'm sure because I've been in a car for eight hours today and eight hours or twelve hours yesterday stone has a lot of driving, but I don't get the argument if somebody can give me a valid argument. I all I just want to be. I do not get the argument saying the anti op needs to be orange, but we're okay letting be green if you believe that beats mornings to be green and anti up needs to be orange. That's fine. That means you're focusing on the comic and like. I said, let let's be be its own thing. But if you are saying that Anna Diop needs to be orange and beast is okay being white? I don't. I don't get it. Now, if you're saying you think Anna Diop up, looks like a terrible. Costume design. Okay. I can live with that because that's completely opinion. And I might agree with it from what I've seen so far. But, but at any argument about the orange skin is going to get under my skin, that being said, Robin looks spot on and he has awesome. That's where they threw all their ego, put all of their costume budget..
"diop" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Good one in scottsdale right was there a good scottsdale zell yeah well i don't remember four to five that's seems i would have guessed higher think i think the helping the my way to we had a couple of rally calls the sale i was at the time is that when you when it like into the ebbs and flows of the tide where young too many rally cars and people can't get monkey condemn just like agree p yeah do you find it's funny it's like when when the first car hits that milestone you know it's the first going to go for a million the next year there's like ten goings knock it right oh my god yeah so what what what hit a milestone this year that's going to bring all the boys to the yard next year he wouldn't have was there a new record for anything this year the could be ninetynine modified comes one thousand nine have i was yeah the dolton this year now didn't see thing my friend my friends haggerty are all like diablo's it's all about early diop belo's right now deblaze that initially because they would driven yeah driven calm and it's one of those calls if you ignore it and leave it all drive it it's gonna go wrong so you go on a good one that's modified we've guns and rockets and so funny dave i tally to list of comes through this guy was like this crazy meathead who had this dr blow roads thirty put tribal graphics on it and trysts at straight pipes it was hysterical when lamborghini.
Understanding the US-China Trade Relationship
"Reforms nonetheless so from that point of view if you were going to recommend to the president what needed to be done four or five years ago you would have probably suggested either china becomes a robust democracy within three years which of course is very unlikely or that you significantly re centralized power and of course that's exactly what president she has spent his first term doing and we have to see if it's been sufficient to allow them to implement the reforms that is michael pettis will dr pepper mongering to the diop pm group is with me michael pesticides saying they're essentially paper with this rising china could be in his view heading for japan style stagnation within the next ten years i mean what do you come from on this ogled well of course that is china's purpose in pursuing the belt and road initiative which is all about expanding chinese economy to be global economy rather than nat nation based bottom line is why does it have to be binary we can have a successful united states and a successful china and i would say actually that underpins what's happening between trump and g g has a vision of what he calls a community of common destiny what he sees as a world in which these two countries are basically going to set the new rules of the game so he's using the the moment that we happen to have a president who wants to cut deals on anything that's the way he thinks to create a kind of new global order and i suspect they may succeed thank you very much indeed that's it for this edition of business daily we're going to hear more about sanctions perhaps later in the day for now from me at butler see them on the now on the bbc world service on history program witness with me alex last in this pontiff austin tinari series on the first world war we use archive recordings to tell the story of the nineteen eighteen spring offensive germany's last great gamble to win the war we hoped for victory and peace when your what was going to happen over as opposed to do to play susie lines into the port of split it on me and brought great for boating to all others we knew there we were facing the biggest lie lives the battle which might wipe us all out in march nineteen eighteen gemin trees prepared to launch a massive offensive on.
"diop" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Offense of tactic to throw the diop but no i mean you saw there were a lot of people worried after the combine but he did what he didn't college which was electrified breakup big runs you get used fantastically in the passing game and i think the offense gets better he's back he's the workhorse and i i don't believe this is projecting a new workload for him it's merely projecting health pretty comfy at number nine but when the question for cook is what what is the receiving game look like because last year in his three and a half games he had you know eleven receptions on sixteen targets in the first three games jerick mckinnon took ten targets jerry is not there latavius murray is the current back and let savings murray did not get targets in the in the minnesota's passing game so as down mccook all the sun soak up everything they had planned from kenan last year right not everything but it's it's certainly sounds like a bump up all right all right number ten shady you're still in the top ten number ten overall leshan mccoy last year he was his pretty darn good two hundred eighty seven carries eleven hundred thirty eight yards six touchdowns caught fifty nine passes for four hundred forty eight yards in two touchdowns on seventy seven targets into the years the rb seven we've got him at ten right now this is a product of liking other teams in situations and players more than what we like in buffalo no not for me.
NBA G League player Zeke Upshaw dies after collapsing during game and more in today's sports update
"Sons one zero to ninety four a sad no g league player zeke up shaw's died after collapsing on the court during a game for grand rapids on saturday up show is just twenty six years old college basketball michael boorda juniors one and done at missouri even though he only played in three games because of a back injury big ten player of the year k debates diop is living ohio state eerily ucla aaron holiday also leaving school a year early nfl news and consumer reportedly as a one year deal with the rams with fourteen million dollars nhl the golden knights eventually clinching a playoff spot not bad for an expansion glove and their first year they beat the avalanche four to one coyotes over the lightning by the score of four to one tampa's leader has just two points on the bruins of the top spot in the east hurricanes beat the senators by that same four one score panthers blank the islanders three nothing the sabers snap the maple leafs thirteen game home winning streak final score three two two canadians over the red wings four to same score capitals beat.
"diop" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"With dan dick jason bonetti here in boise and another great game at this site gonzaga eighty two ohio state seventy four one zero three to go the buckeyes called their final timeout and it comes down to god sega and sack norville junior basically willing is team as a freshman to this lead there he doesn't play like a freshman espera ser up eleven and a half weathering the storm early ohio state on a big run it doesn't look good we're gonna gazette norville steps up in big big play after big way he's on the bench right now with the core personal fouls ohio state has the ball off the steel on the inbound pass the gonzaga turnover the buckeyes will inbound it sideline left at of the buckeye bench andrei resin too key it in the buckeyes in starlet bates diop tries to get open he cannot it goes to dockage instead of the leftwing one minutes ago off to the top the foul line leads in right hander no he volleyed the rebound to zag and a foul called on jackson who tried to block it out of the arms of perkins and could not do it two free throws coming for god's zag fifty three point six to eight cj jackson's cons zagging guards have been chipping at each other throughout the second half trying perkins comes down with the rebound jackson foul and josh few actual words were sent as you said for the fifth time in this game so perkins the guy who cut down the net in the west coast conference title game his first i recall the day is good.
Sports Center Update March 16th 2018
"Go ahead three with twenty one to go zags a winner sixty eight sixty four bulldogs gay back at twelve point second half lead and trail by two with under to go josh perkins on the feelings of his team pull it out late i'm almost still on hi i'm occur shaking still sweating but i mean i'm just about i'm here with these guys and these coaches staff says my first tournament but we're focused on this one and like i said i'm just glad i'm here with these guys my brothers ohio state tied with the lumberjacks are south dakota state again late around forever it goes williams to back to the goal against top thirteen to two spits it out per williamson spell any berry williams absolute bullseye as he got to give the buckeyes pud three point lead and maybe four with one thirty five to go was a four point play westwood one nc two a radio network cam williams the tiebreaking four point play with about a minute and a half to go hit three free throws to follow keita bates diop at twenty four points dozen rebounds is the buckeyes get to the finish line i eighty one to seventy three diablo leftwing wanted an entry instead he gets the foul line at guilt this alexander tanakh pay slide is true always rained all day for their sixty five fifty nine kentucky and kevin dots out bob mckillop one fifty five to go kevin knox twenty five number five seed kentucky advances to the second round south regional getting past davidson seventy eight seventy three evansville what's up with a texas tech behind the bench he snorts his head asking for more noise the lone star state battle goals to texas tech goal horn sounds the tober texas tech seventy stephen f austin sixty texas tech will move on to the second round of the ncaa tournament the habit thurdsay texas tech surviving stephen f austin keenan evans nineteen twenty three after halftime and a ten point win those calls from westwood one ncwa radio network arizona bulled over while the heavyweights role kansas duke ondeck you're listening to sportscenter allnight on espn radio hit another crossover it's on the way that rated threes.
"diop" Discussed on TechStuff
"Diop doors remember the units that tell us how much the lens bins light and because it lacks a negative sign it means it's a plus type of lens which means this is a prescription that is meant to correct for hyper opium or farsightedness the next number minus one point five zero refers to a celinda ical lens these lenses would look kind of like a pipe cut linked wise and they fit within the overall glasses or contact lens and they correct for astigmatism and the axis of the lens matches the abnormality of the cornea so that mine is one point five zero tells us it's a minus lens at one point five oh doctors actually it's not quite that simple but i'll get to that in a little bit the third number one twenty seven is the orientation of that cylindrical lens tells us the celinda goal lens is oriented at one hundred twenty seven degrees the fourth number two point zero zero zero is a bifocals segment at plus two diapers and it's always going to be positive for bifocals if you don't need bifocals you wouldn't have a number like this trailing at the end of your prescription let's more you might see the letters od or s on the prescription so what the heck do those mean od means oculus dexter and os is oculus sinister that is latin for right eye and left eye so dexter and sinister mean right and left so if you happen to be lefthanded like me your of a sinister persuasion insert evil laugh here.
"diop" Discussed on Dollar Saving Divas
"The corners of the base boards that the vacuum cleaner doesn't always pick up so i get like i get a wet wash cloth like diop absolutely because the water will keep the we'll get pick up the pet here and you can just wipe everything down with a just like a damp squeegee or damp wash cloth over your furniture in in the base boards pick up all that stuff then i assume you just than throw vote will wash cloth away yet because i wouldn't want to keep that well you've and old socks are good for that to okay you have held unit yes or holy has been underwear the now that looks to skip thrown away any pay this no recycling us okay well we we're talking about this kind of steps you how at those dust bunnies like under the sofa under your it's kind of like being in the in the west in the desert with the dusty has rolling around well i think they there's something called an ox set listen to this name oxo good grips micro fiber extendable duster too high tech i now you can get it at bath and beyond for 15 bucks though and then you don't have to move your furniture you just play keno cutter you just yes underneath that has a good but subtler thing call last kidneys the like the swiss earthy asfa tiger tiger others are good tail yeah i think that that's that's good okay this one i definitely will do because i'm always using you know how you get your lampshades get dust on any oh my lord so they say you can use a lent roller on fabric on fat interested idea i think that's a great idea at war a paintbrush.
"diop" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"It was also olympics night so it's going up against abc olympics you know that the the big curling stuff is going on it pulls viewers away so this is a big game big rating day for north carolina but they talked about they will host a purdue game and i'm thinking they're going to talk about you know candidates diop making an amazing shot at the in the fact that isaac haas had a chance maybe to win the game at the end gave it a good effort at least yes you know carson edwards has the twenty eight point performance plays great at other attacked by any of these things and you know they talked about instead mark geddes i don't even know if you saw this they talked about your boy a d ak andrew dockage the son of dan dockage and they talked about him making hustle plays you know when he tipped the ball back out to the 3point line for another possession that talk about that they talk about jay bilas makes a joke that you know we know dockage gets all his town from his mom you know everyone chuckles ever last and to me i was jaylen because we should be talking about what you're talking about which is chris holdman could be coach of the year k base diop has now the best small forward thirdly in the country and that's an a group that includes miles bridges mekelle bird is all these other guys kevin knocks whoever it is but a name out there uh and know that suffers discuss oh made me sad for you that they had this moment they had this old age and then give it to you so daca checks into the game and he has just an absolutely horrendous turnovers star and i've said before the lake i i eggs like andrew dockage disagree kid everybody on the team in the in the program has nothing migrating to say battle and as a player like he knows exactly how good he is doesn't try to do anything he did he you know not trying to do anything you can't do phenomenal phenomenal seas an outrage dockage tonight i can't your for him enough he checks into the game though and like the very first time he touches.
"diop" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"That's what i do mark titus i hit one out of 12 of these every single time and i should add the one where a base diop pendame penned a shot on the glass in a stolen yes that that's call it we're just touch we're speaking i know we're speaking to a very niche audience of people who actually watch the game and care enough to remember what have put that that play will stick with me the rest of the year i've never seen anything like that that was a that was like ohio state i i'll slowly talking myself in ohio state been able to make the tournament and that was the game that would have done a form now they're not get 'cause like bestcase scenario ohio state finishes third in the big ten i don't think the big ten is getting three teams in and insists her it's crazy the big is that bed um i'm i'm joking only of the uh that's the best case scenario frau state worst case is they're going to discount of when a handful games that little finished middle of the pack of the big ten have forgettable year and that's probably was gonna end up happening um so if they could have got that winning is caroline we've been very excited did you get my jontay jersey all i wanted was a jewish on tape jersey on now in order to get it i work it out i realized i had it i was so excited to uh go first of all i was sitting court side not to break again um and there was that open opensea right next to me and i should have been your seat and everyone knew it we talked about going on this road trip you can come in the end and so i was so excited to after house they one go back in the locker room get j shanties jersey do something about the play on words with the tate in the tate i had this all planned out and the one thing i forgot is that north carolina's better at basketball and a half the is in that kind of ruin my plan will give we talk about you courtside and what it meant for.
"diop" Discussed on Connected
"There's a toggle to disable showing the location icon for the poll see some location stuff and the reasoning is it's our staff we know what we're doing there's no need to showed the icon so if you can disable that and i think andrew is right and we mentioned these few weeks ago if you know what you're doing there should be an option in the location setting for an individual app to say disable the location bar basically i on what i'm doing a you don't need to occupy the top section of my user interface every single time diop is fired up in the background because i know so just show me the location i can in the serbs bara and that's okay defaults should be this should be optout so the location bar should be shown by default i think that's the right thing to do especially for users operating from ias ten to eleven but i agree there should be a toggle to these able to of gonna say that logic of app you can have switched a ton of apple services because apple knows what they're doing that is so perfectly floored on so many levels for me because i don't know what did right like realistically apple have as much potential to track me any of a company and news that date of whatever they want to use it for like i know that we believe them we feel the apple is a is a competent it doesn't do this stuff but priorities change right and i really don't like the idea that like oh we can be given that toggle because all apple a coughed or us but not for others because all those companies the gist that just evil companies rather i really don't like that like we should i think it should be possible that it should be a part of the settings and locations things to be able to sable anything including apples system location services of whatever added up a wants to try it with you can't is able them individually but it's just you can also the disabled a bar.
"diop" Discussed on Connected
"Wasted a couple of hours trying to do the restore trying to restore from the backup nothing worked and i was upset but you know this stuff happens any had anything he may be appreciate the new setup experience of ioc eleven which is something that i won outright about extensively in my review in a few months are you know the fact that you can set up us device more quickly despite tapin within other iris eleven device so for example to put back my eickhout information and my apple id for diop store all i had to and a bunch of other settings all i had to do was to tap my phone on the ipad any would transfer settings quickly and also there's a second component to do this are slimmer set up experience which is the express settings um option busy to new screened the comes up during set up and it's apple telling you hey were taking care of these basic settings for you if you're okay with it just hit continue otherwise you can explore each setting individually so they're basically coal arm like bundling what used to be a bunch of separate screens using sat up into one recommended by apple of flow that it's much easier icu not stuff like sharing bark reports and all that kind of nonsense which was like a screen per morning let me see because i think i have my screen shots archived in devon think seriously review bitter because having set up a couple in you devices a couple of times recently it was frustrating to have to keeping like yes and needs to apple yes and is to develop yet so express sightings includes find my phone or find my ipad with a activator lock automatically turned on.