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Fresh update on "dmitri" discussed on DaveMan
"Click on that. It'll take you right to the Brave Man Inc donation Page and Good luck and thank you on behalf of Dmitri Stanley. All right, let's move on to beer number three. Angelo, what do we got here? This is our Russian Imperial stout a beer that we first brood 25 years ago. This beer is benched number 2199 21 99. When I was telling my wife that, she said she loves this beer and said, Bring it home. Those There are numbers. Because we were married on 9 1919 92. So 21 99 contains all the components of that day, So it's a special number to her. And that happens to be tomorrow. So, Yeah. Happy anniversary to my lovely wife, Kathy. Tomorrow. Congratulations on. Yeah. Outstanding. Very good to hear this spear is ah! It's so drinkable. And we have a fan who lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When he comes to Columbus, he brings his own keg and has me fill it and he takes that is hard core twice a year because he likes to have this beer on tap of his house. And this beer is also the beer that we put into bourbon barrels to make are much sought after Bourbon Meyer Buckeye Stout, and I have two bourbon barrels that are about ready to be moved into kegs. So look for a bourbon Meyer Buckeye Stout at Farley's this fall, and there are bars and tap rooms and growler shops all over the city that air just pounding in our wholesale manager for that beer, So I'm getting pressure to put it into kegs and look for it soon. Maybe that'll happen to coincide with the Big 10 opener. Perhaps yet. We always try to have that beer on tap when the Buckeyes air playing, so we'll definitely make a concerted effort to make it happen before Then And once again, you know if you're looking for a dinner option tonight, head on downtown and stopped by bar lease and Angela just tell us about some of the you know the options at the kitchen. There is. It's still the same full menu that you've had in the past that you had to kind of trim that down a little bit when when we were open, only for carry out. We really pared down the menu so that we had to keep inventory at a minimum and throw away as little as possible. But we just a couple weeks ago expanded the menu to include some new items, and and we kept some old favorites. We have a few specials, daily specials that are just great deals on Mondays. You can get a burger with a side. And a pint of beer for $10. Wow, That's what I feel, and it also includes The super weird, Impossible burger, which is actually pretty good, But it's so weird how much it's like meat, and that's that's an expensive vegetarian. Patty s O N E burger. Well, that is a plant based patty A and it Like I said, it's weird. It's like you wouldn't know that it wasn't meat. I don't know if I ever a vegetarian. I'd be skeptical on Tuesdays. We have taco Tuesday they the beer battered fish tacos are 2 75 each and then the traditional beef tacos or $2 each. And on Wednesdays as we've had, for maybe decades, we have 75 Cent. Bartley's famous grilled wings that when we were shut down, I helped a lot in the kitchen. And I learned how to make all the different sauces for the wings and and cook the wings and I've always been a fan. But I gained a new appreciation for Burley's wings after seeing what goes into those sauces and the care that goes into cooking. About those delicious sauerkraut ball. Those air still moving, like crazy and we have We have those, of course. Well, I I like to tell this story because the first time I had you in Um I don't remember when it was. I think it was It was, like, late winter early spring if and it was in a cleanse about Yeah, and you showed up on your bike. He rode your bike here. You had all your rain gear on And ah, match at the door and you came in and you had a backpack on and I was astounded when you pulled out. I don't know. Three or four growlers of beer out of your backpack. You pulled out some of those smoked wings. You pulled out the sauerkraut balls. You were a self contained commando party unit, which was really nice. And I'm not big on sauerkraut. But man, those sauerkraut balls are something else. I can't endorse them enough. So maybe Get some of that that bar Lee's over the weekend. So alright, we'll jump into a quick break and then get back here for the final segment of the six Pack news radio 6 10 w TV and football.
"dmitri" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson
"Welcome to creative innovators with G Johnson Yep that's me and I am excited to bring to you great people from all over the world who are making changes, breaking things and remaking them around various creative industry. So bring us your great innovators and we'll bring them to you here in the creative innovators podcast. Dmitri said thought about creating a new music technology leadership conference last year and shares with us how a fire right next to it was going to have it made him rethink on a dime hard create a live conference. He has stepped up now with music tectonics and his other work to create entire virtual thought leadership areas remotely in our work from home environment. He works lots of great music technology companies in shares, how they are thinking about music live streaming, expanding new releases, and thinking about digital access. He shares other tidbits on companies that are doing intriguing things in our current listened from home era. Enjoyed this conversation with Dimitri. tectonics.
'Unprecedented' challenges to safe, secure 2020 vote
"Question of election security. We go to Dmitri Alperovitch Thie, co founder and former chief technology officer of Crowdstrike a cyber technology company. Good morning to you, Dimitri. I know you have your own shop now. I want to ask you since you watch this closely. What? Is the area of concern for you. In election 2020 Well, My biggest concern is cyber security expert is, Of course, the hack ability of our election systems both from the influence side as well as from the voting perspective, and I can tell you from my experience that voting is the hardest thing to secure When it comes to cyber security. It is literally the hardest from out there and the only way we know how to do it well and safely by using paper, whether it be mail in ballots or whether it be voting in person without paper record that could be produced by the machine or the paper record paper ballot, which you can mark up. Those of the safest ways and the other way, of course, is to drop it off something that's not getting much attention. Right now. With all the focus on mail in ballots is that all placing should have drop off boxes. By the curb side that people can drive by walked by and drop off them at the ballot without using mail. In my surprise people that a cybersecurity expert says that that is the best option is to go old school go paper, but it is that paper route that the president has raised this week and saying that Greatly concerns him, he said. The biggest risk we have is mail in ballots, universe or universal mail in ballots, and he claimed foreign Entities could interfere. He rattled off. Russia, China, Iran, North Korea with mail in ballots. What do you make of that statement? Well, paper cannot be hacked. However, there is a legitimate concerns about logistics. I'm not so much concerned about for Nancy's interfering in the paper process, but we do need to make sure that states are prepared to take in the huge number of mail in ballots that will come in. They will be able to do the signature verification that is necessary to make sure that there is no fraud. It can't be done. Five states have been doing it for years now, like Oregon, Colorado and others. But others have not. And we need to make sure they're ready. And they're preparing now versus the day before the election. You talk to people in the government Now, why wasn't there a strategy to do what you just laid out? Well, I think way haven't been preparing for this, and a lot of people were assuming that the disease will go away in a few months. Of course, it's still here and now a lot of people are concerned about voting in person and me to make sure they have an opportunity to do so safely. Right. But there wasn't a federal strategy to have the states do what you just said they should have been doing for the past four years. Well, this is hard to do because of course, the federal government is not in charge of elections. The individual states on Stephen Municipalities are in charge of them, so it's really up to the states to do this well. New Jersey just declared that they will go all mail in voting in November, and that's a good thing. But other states need to ramp up their capabilities. When you said that you were concerned about election infrastructure, the US intelligence community has warned. That adversaries or try to access tryingto access candidate's private communications and election infrastructure at the state and the federal level, the national security advisor to the president on this program last Sunday, and he said, Russia and China are doing this going fishing, essentially on websites and the like. He's been criticized for mixing apples and oranges. I'm wondering what evidence you have seen. As to what Russia and China are actually doing. Margaret. This is very important. There are different ways to interfere in our elections. And what we have seen in the past is, of course, the Russians in 2016 hacking into campaigns hacking to political organizations, and I'm leaking out information to the public for Wikileaks and other channels. We have not seen that obviously this year, and that's a good sign. But of course, we still have a few months to go. But then there is the influence operations that they're conducting. A number of countries are doing that now. China, Iran as well as Russia, and not just around elections, really continuous on social media through official Media channels and even government statements. But the third thing that concerns me personally is really attacks on the infrastructure itself. Voter database says voting Talyn's systems vote reporting systems those air very, very vulnerable to hacking, and we need to be doing more to protect them. I no see. So the federal Cyber Security Agency is doing a lot and those systems right now, but Mornings be done very quickly. Is there anything people at home can do to make sure their vote death counted? Absolutely two things one everyone can participate. Not Justus, a voter. But also volunteer election workers are often volunteers, so reach out to county election officials ask if you can help. They're going to eat a lot of help this year because of the challenging situations we have, But most importantly, be patient. This may be the first modern election we have where we may not know who the president is the night of the election or the day after it may take days for us to actually count all the votes. And understand who has won, so buckle up. It may be a long right.
The History Of Jazz in Classical Music
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. RHAPSODY in blue. The name that IRA Gershwin suggested to his brother. George is perfect for a piece of classical music. That uses Jazz George. Gershwin wrote a lot of classical music that uses jazz. Jazz the word blue refers to changing some of the notes of musical scale to blur the lines between major. And Minor. George Gershwin wasn't the only classical composer to put jazz his music. He wasn't even the first. French composer Darius Milhaud Love Jazz. He used different kinds of in different pieces. Neo wrote leboeuf's your Twat French. For the Hawks on the roof under the influence of a trip to Brazil then he studied American jazz and started using it to a lot of European composers were intrigued by American jazz, Maurice rebel, but composer who wouldn't let Gershwin study with him because he didn't want to corrupt, his music wrote a piano concerto. That sounded a lot like Gershwin. Russian composers got into the to when the Soviet Union held an official competition to raise the level of jazz in the country. Dmitri Shostakovich wrote his first jazz. After they organized an official. Soviet state jazz orchestra. Shostakovich wrote another jazz suite Russian composer eager. Stravinsky love jazz to his Ebony. Concerto is for clarinet and jazz band. Stravinsky wrote it for Woody Herman and his thundering herd. The clarinet soloist on that recording is Benny. Goodman and American musician, who back and forth between popular and classical music, just like George Gershwin another American. Who did that was Leonard Bernstein. This is from his ballet fancy free. In addition to classical composers who put jazz into their music, there are jazz composers who wrote for the Symphony Orchestra one of the greatest jazz musicians ever was Edward Kennedy Ellington better known as Duke.
4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding
"Whether! You have a team of one which is just you and you're making your first hire war? You're hiring your fiftieth employee. Having a system in place allows you to scale the hiring process so that when somebody joins your team, there are part of your team in the ramped up. The understand exactly what they have to do had to do it. WHO TO ASK FOR HELP WITH ZERO CONFUSION? This is going to allow you to get the most out of your hires to save you money to keep turnover down and of course produce. Produce better results for your business, so let's get started with tip number one and this one is pretty fun and simple, and it's just called a welcome pack. You want to set up your new hire for success. You want to make sure you give them something to give them a good impression, a big part of a new Harpoon will is that few welcome. They feel motivated, and it just kind of reconfirms their decision to say yes to working for Your Business and a welcome back is very simple, one of the things that. That we did in our welcome back is put together a welcome video, which is a montage of welcomes from our team members, and this is simple. You can easily do this. You just ask your current team members. Even if there's just you to shoot a quick ten second welcome as literally just saying Hey, I'm so and so I do this in the company. Welcome to the teams. Great to have you and we've put together a montage so that when a new hire gets hired, we can send him an email with a welcome. Welcome video from the whole team and it makes them feel like. Wow, this is awesome. Get to me all these people soon and I'm going to be part of this awesome team. The second thing you could do is send them some Swag Cinema Company t-shirt accompany Mug something physical in the mail, which is really really fun. One another tip that I learned from Wistaria, which is a really great idea is to send them. A Gift Card can be fifty dollars one hundred dollars. Whatever it is, you can send them a gift card. To have dinner on you to celebrate their new job with their family, this is so memorable for a new hire that they will feel so lucky to be part of Your Business, so a welcome pack is a great way to get them started on the right foot. They're like hey. Awesome I got the swagger. Got This cool gift I got this welcome video. This place is great tip number two a company ham book now. A lot of people do not write accompany handbook because they really feel like. Hey, this is a lot of work. Work it's GonNa take me forever to put it together. And that holds them back from actually having a handbook while a couple of years ago I got to know the founder of Git lab at a conference Dmitri was speaking on stage. Any shared a with the crowd. Hey, we have something called a team Hamburg. One of the first things he said is that they'll call a company him. Call a-team handbook, because this can be edited and revised by the team. It's a working document. Don't see it as something that's set in stone. And I love this idea because this allows you just to get started and to have something in place sooner than later. Even if you're handbooks only four five pages long, that's okay it can grow. It can be edited. You can add to it later on, and our handbook is literally a handbook written in Google docs and people with a woman or engine email will have access to that dock and they can edit it. They can add comments. And then we can improve that as a team, but putting together a team ham book is Super Helpful for new heart is when they first joined. They WanNa know about some simple things like how was a company founded You know who does. What like an organizational char? How do I request leave? What about If I need to call in sick? Who Do I speak to WHO's my own media supervisor? Whence payday who to speak to you if there's. There's an issue with my pay things like that. This is more like hr, and like a guidebook of how to really do well. We also have things in our handbook talking about our company culture about what's acceptable. What's not acceptable in our team? As well as some advice on how to succeed especially in our team, because we run a remote company and everybody's working from home and we get some advice when it comes to that as well so putting. Putting together, a handbook is a great investment again. Just get started with. It caught a team handbook. Make it clear to everybody. This is a collaborative effort. And when new hires join, they have something to read before they start their first day, so we send the handbook when they probably give notice to their other job, and they have a chance to review before their first day of work speaking of first day that leads me to tip number three. Three one of the best things that we've done is that when somebody joins us, we give them a full week of training, and this is outlined to them on outline the first week, so they understand that this is what they're gonNa do every single day. It's very comforting for a new hire to have a plan to see what's going to happen the first few days as they get to know people there timid, they're shy. They're worried about doing well. So by giving them a day to day plan for the first week allows them to focus on getting to know their colleagues do a good job and just feel comfortable in this new company we literally just create Trello Board for each department for new hires and in that trial board They have tasks to do every single day for the first week. Week it could be an orientation. Meeting could be some training. They have to do to learn about the product or service. If there know an engineer had set up their local environment so they can be able to start developing the point of this first week. Orientation is just to give them a clear cut plan. Okay, because later on, they're going to be. Be Autonomous they're going to be working on projects. You know we have very Thomas teams because we are a remote team in this is the way we work. Everybody has ownership over what they have to do. But that first week needs to be as prescriptive as possible just so they feel. They have some structure once they pass their first week. They're kind of like. Like comfortable now, and they can take on projects and manage their own time. and you kind of got out of the way the understand the company the values what they have to do, which means if the show up for setting up their counter setting up, you know their environment all that kind of stuff
"dmitri" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Cherry white segments okay will be with us this time so there's there's no time it was nice to take resplendent in Cody Franson out for a spin in out for a spin I drove it into a ocean fun fact Traktor Chelyabinsk captain is Dmitri Kalinin the team pilot is going to be trickling in on a signing up to play with forty year old Dmitri Kalinin instead of the savers yeah I like going in actually are you sure yes you know I did I'd like to leave a mark what are the numbers I don't know I like a guy that like it seems fans don't like not as a rule but that often seems to happen and I think a wrist line as a guy the fans of you know tended to like a lot and we're certainly had my share of arguments about him that Tom I don't know maybe they're not as prevalent but we're having fewer arguments or conversations about everybody in sports and we put in a quote normal year I think so I don't know that's for sure yeah maybe January until they play anyway but that's a lot of time to make a trip yeah I mean you'd love stuff right you'd love stuff they could trade with the other nine what was the term qualifying teams all lord I don't know yep the other six teams that didn't make it they can trade with not playoffs but whatever they are yeah I can't think of another player in my life who I have felt like I've been stuck with like this guy I just you know if if a player does it perform usually the teams recognize it and address it right is that usually what happens is sports you know he J. manual please for a while and the bills eventually in like year to even get to a point where likely yeah can't do it sorry can't do it this guy has a sway some power over over players over the organization over the lead I don't know it just feels permanent okay I'll go get some air I need it right your tell you can't see bulldog I'm on the floor literally right now the Michael isa Florida's I dragged it about halfway through that I felt the ground I appreciate lady didn't even notice but it felt so so seamless talent yeah just felt natural things are slowly getting back to normal I guess I guess all right much open the bulldog here this is WGR want to talk to show open the bulldog caller Texas now at seven one six.
Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature
"Highly one. Welcome to crisper cuts. I'm super excited about today's episode because today via celebrities on our show yesterday said I goodwin Elliott Kirschner their producers of the human nature. Movie for those of you. Who Don't know what this movie is about. It basically covers jody of crispell onto joining us today on. This show is given Holden head of science at San Diego. So this is GonNa be a great episode all adjoining Menu Today on the Chris Cast so as me as well food we get started. Can you just introduce yourself and give your background before you became producers of this movie? My name is Sara Goodwin producer at Pfizer. My background action is in Science. I teach the UCS and the I turned into a science communicator. Joining and leading an organization about project called I biology which has an initiative area cocoa butter collaborates at produced. This felt and so that's how I got. Involved Elliott leaks elected project to it which is great blog. Si- thank you. I'm Elliot Kirschner. So I came to this project after many years working in news and documentary film back shake round side poverty the scientists but I really sort of more general reporting but it was always interested in telling the stories of science while find ways those little bobble and interesting ways that could challenge conventional wisdom's sites. Could be and so. We were looking for a topic to really make a big film to just tell an important story in ways that we would be different end. Hopefully engage audiences in new ways. And so I've secret spurs such huge story touches almost every aspect of the biomedical sciences but also exchanging meaning Dmitri society all that so when we decided on this topic we really washed and built a team of filmmakers and scientists together to make a documentary. That sounds great. So basically you kind of briefly mentioned how the idea of doing a film on crisper about but still there seems to be a lot that needs to be figured out. Even you know what basic topic you're going far. So can you tell us a little bit about behind the scenes of how you decided you know right right makes off researchers and patients and how the story would flow and not just make it like a scientific presentation but more like a movie by itself that we knew going in we want it to be so and we know it to be a story that would appeal to a general audience so that was the directive from the very beginning. We didn't WANNA make quote unquote educational video. We also wanted to make something that felt cinematic. I mean there's a wonderful rich history. A science explainer television that kind of stuff that people any think tank stock entries the short length of one hour television affair with a heavy raider voice. That kind of thing as well. That wanted to do something that would play on a big screen. That would make the decision. We didn't want it narrator. We wanted to let the scientists speak for themselves. Who wanted to film this with a cinematic spoke? Mind musical score all that we WANNA make a film so that was sort of the original directive that we give to ourselves once we got there. The question was okay. What is a science film there if you go to sundance or we premiered at South by southwest or the major some festivals. It's not like there's a lot of science programming a lot of science documentary and so we sort of had a lot of leeway. What is modern science stone-built look like but that's when the decision making came in about what the style would be. But as for the substance we also knew we wanted to work with the very beginning to sort of develop a story line or story lines that were true to the Science. Not only the facts of the science but the ethos of science idea. What is scientific discovery? How how did serendipity and the search for knowledge or basic research play into the story and then what are. These are more broader societal issues so those are all pieces together but I think one of the key things early on we had a meeting at woods hole. Report the film team. And we brought in George Church George Staley Jennifer Dowd Or All your own rights leaders in this field and we just had the two days of brainstorming about what they thought the story was and where they thought the scientists building and that really sort of helped direct the editorial in obviously Sarah being trained scientists being on this very beginning really helped shape bet as iterative throughout the process and this this film many many different forms over the course of its production as we try to tease out what science metric would be. And I'd say one thing that was really. It's worked to us from the beginning to make sure we told the story of the discovery of crisper and turning crisper to technology which is a story. That's off the told when crisper is talked about because it's actually a fascinating basic science research story of we really wanted to show. Elliot said you know how the process of sites works. How knowledge is created. And so as a scientist you know is able to really go back to the literature. I read you know as much primary literature as I could around the crisper discovery. And he's together as best they could also used reviews that were out there. This summit really helped a lot but it really helped us kind of have a deep understanding of the steps that it took to really understand what crisper was and decide who we wanted to interview might actually ended up interviewing or people than even made it into the cell because they were hardest story. But you know at the end of the day we wanted to have a film that was around ninety minutes of you. Just can't include everything that you want to. And so that was interesting viewpoint. Make us a kind of behind the scenes. Look when we were editing as to what should be in on should be out especially for me coming more from the science side of things which dirt's look really vital to have Sarah's voice project I think that was one of the real unique elements that we we built into the production framework in that throughout the discussion of who'd interview with talk about what's the balanced bill. There was constant discussion between still making team and science group that were just challenging our own assumptions pushing in different ways and I think that dynamic process really led to its own that is it relates that scientists in a way that it's not just about what we say on exerts absolutely right. We tried to all the Discovery Story. But just the way the scientists are allowed to speak the decisions made about what to include what not to include. I mean this was really dictated throughout by I think very nuanced understanding of how science works and I think that that hopefully shines through that when scientists watch at the dotted understand world and. I think that that is is really important to try to convey in film the impression of Palestine Science work as well as the actual facts over trying to convey right. Yeah absolutely does shine through. I love the myself so they can thank you. I just wanted to ask you guys. So I'm sorry. You mentioned some of the people that you interviewed for the film curious. Do you have any particular anecdotes funny or like most surprising moments came out through so making process in the interviews. People talk about a great question. I mean I'd say the first thing that comes to mind is actually what a treat it was to be Cisco he goes. Who's early crisper researcher at the University Valid? Kante got to go to Spain and meet him and be in his lab and he showed us a lot of Israeli shells. Found THE REPEATS. A very special time to be serving. Someone who usually isn't spoken about when Christopher is talked about but in general like say what was a real treat for me as a scientist is a lot of the people he's interviewed. I L about their science at baby. Give a research talk. But I've never really got to hear them talk about kind of the more ethical. Societal implications of the crisper work and Atta did most interviewing I think did a wonderful job really probing people trying to get you know. They're on his thoughts on something as science discovery. That is really going to have an impact in so many different ways throughout the world to end the scientists were really wonderful in be sharing their thoughts with us. I think you know included a lot of that on. I think makes a lot richer because it shows how scientists are people to beat other families. They have a lot of thoughts about how science works and technology is used and it was really nice to be able to hear a lot of that and then of course you know getting these really wonderful. I mean so make it of course offered was a key researcher for comment DNA. Which is the topic we cut off. But you were going to go much forgotten. Just cut it Due to time and really trying to make the story as clear as possible but he's just just a wonderful person and getting to meet him was just a really special
"dmitri" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com here is Dmitri sodas we are glad you're with us new tonight starting Monday when you shop in Montgomery County you will be required to wear a mask or another type of face covering that goes for people in grocery stores drug stores in the big box stores the health order also requires that the stores keep all people properly socially distance mass or not advise for kids younger than two in Montgomery County and in DC the next time you run out for groceries you will need to wear a protective mask that starting now mayor Muriel Bowser announced a new executive order today we want everybody who has to go out to be wearing a mask and we want all of our residents to when they have to go into a store to do any sensual activity which is by food to wear a mask other new rules for district supermarkets include one way I'll send a requirement that customers bag their own groceries if they're able police in the National Guard will inspect stores and enforce the rules store workers will not be required to wear masks but they will be screened to ensure they're healthy bows are also says DC will soon have a hotline for delivering groceries to people who can't leave home here in northwest Washington we have a five mile an hour wind right now from the north west of the gusts have been really strong this afternoon and evening and they've been no screaming across the region gusts of fifty miles an hour several trees have fallen across the area one fallen tree cause drama in Kensington today we're a trapped a man in his home he was rescued and he's all right let's get the story from WTOP's Meghan Clark area with my camera county fire says some seventy five rescue personnel at the house in Kensington after a large tree fell into the house on Parkwood Dr he says a family of six was home at the time when the tree crashed through the back of the house hitting the homeowner on the second floor hearing says the man's family his wife and four kids got out unharmed the technical rescue team was working to stabilize the house to try and get him out from where they said he was pinned under the tree trunk yet somehow he has minor injuries if at all again the man is okay after he was pulled from out of the second story of his house after a tree came crashing down on top of them Meghan clarity WTOP news where there are crazy wins there are usually also power outages right now dominion energy says almost five thousand customers around mostly in Fairfax county and some in Loudon Arlington and **** your counties across the river in Montgomery County more than five hundred pepco customers are out BG has more than six thousand outages in Anna Rundle and prince George's counties WTOP's tail stays on top of these outages until everybody is back on a member of Fairfax county fire department has tested positive for covert nineteen he's got mild symptoms and we're told he's recovering he hasn't been to work since starting to feel sick more than three weeks ago seventeen members of the department currently are quarantined in unrelated cases meanwhile fire chief John Butler says paramedics and firefighters are wearing an increased level of personal protective gear when they respond to nine one one calls involving virus patient this includes gowns masks eye protection gloves and face shields do not be alarmed this is added protection which.
"If there's ever a time when all of us need a little comfort it's now and you know what's giving me the most comfort this week. Andrea what's that? It's the realization that we live around a lot of amazingly kind generous people. So let's start off by sharing what's been happening in our communities were. We're watching neighbors step up and support each other in all sorts of ways. We have such a range of different kinds of things that people are willing to provide their neighbors In addition to money in housing and things like that things like delivery or child care or some people are artists in saved like they're willing to do online video chat sessions doing our. That's Jerry Medina. She's one of the founders of a local mutual aid group that's a grassroots network of people offering and requesting help so these groups are mostly organizing online but there are also posting flyers texting calling neighbors to let them know how they can get help and these mutual aid groups are popping up all over the country with people willing to buy groceries for each other to take care of each other's pets to entertain kids while parents are working. Some people have even open their homes to total strangers. Who need a place to stay? And we've heard a lot about that here in Boston because we've got so many college students and so many of them have had to leave their dorms and they've got nowhere to stay within not even our. I think that we saw this person. I'm staff often offer this to the student. That's why I think this is such a powerful way of practicing community. It's like Ben the nicest thing to observe during this entire time you know have seen local businesses stepping up to. It's a really trying time for anyone in the restaurant industry but Dmitri Murphy who owns Daddy Jonesboro nearby. Somerville is really stepping up. Even though they've had to close for the time being a couple of our staff are still working and they're doing so because they're delivering food to families in need. When I saw that we weren't going to be go bring kids to school. I was like wow restaurants have food and we are going to need to get it somewhere and these kids aren't going to school in Somerville. Maybe we can turn the need of the restaurants and all of our restaurants into a way to help the community and of course they're individuals who are just helping on their own like has saroj. She's a school principal living in Milton Massachusetts. So I do have a friend. Who is mean compromise? His bodily agreed to take an offer signed. GonNa do some shopping for her. Today cooks the meals and drop those off. Put up a post on her facebook page. She said she was willing to help anyone who needed food pickups or even cooking. She also said she was willing to take care of the of working parents. I think there is the capacity to love in Cairns showed kindness. I hope that there is more communication around folks that can check in with their neighbors. Like if you know that you have a neighbor who lives by themselves to knock on their door. Maybe wear masks leaving. No even just say you need something. Call me
Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?
"Kids. Concerto comes from two Italian words with sort of meanings first concerto means in agreement or together like the word concert. You go to a concert to hear people playing together but the Italian word contract. Tari has to do with struggling. And a concerto also has to do with one or more solo instruments doing friendly battle in concert with a larger group. Italian COMPOSER GIUSEPPE. Torelli gets most of the credit for developing the instrumental concerto. In the late sixteen hundreds an Italian who lived a bit later on Tonio Vivaldi wrote Zillions of Concerto will actually only five hundred or so. But it seems like Zillions Vivaldi's most famous set of concertos named for the four seasons the earliest concertos were written for violins. But you can have a concerto for any instrument. Here's one that you'll have nipple Makoma road for trumpet. One for cello by front-seat high one for Tuba by Refund Williams who in the late twentieth century Scottish composer James Macmillan wrote a concerto called vinnie Emmanuel for percussionist. Evelyn Glenn you can also have a concerto with more than one Solo Instrument Wolfgang Gone Medina's Mozart wrote this one for flute and Harp Dmitri Shostakovich wrote a wonderful concerto for piano and trumpet the end of the peace sense just like music for a silent movie. Let's because when he was young Shostakovich had a job playing piano for silent movies in box day composers also wrote something called the Concerto Grosso which does not mean. A concerto with slimy stuff. Losing out of it grow is Italian for great. Instead of just one or two soloists. A Concerto Grosso has a whole group of soloists. A smaller group pitted against a larger group. George Frederic Handel. Who lived at the same time as Bach wrote quite a few Concerto Grossi? That's the official plural of Concerto Grosso. a lot of Bach's Brandenburg concertos fall into the Concerto Grosso category in the Brandenburg Concerto. Number two the small group consists of Trumpet Flute Oboe Violin and the big group is made up of string instruments.
Gioachino Rossini: Famous Finales
"Finale is the English pronunciation of an Italian word that spelled F. I N. A. L. E. It means the end of something. You've probably heard the expression ram finale. Hello Finale is don't come much grander than the end of Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony unless of course you add singers to the end of symphony the way. Beethoven did and his nine not all composers. Were that emphatic. About Ending Symphony frontiers of Haydn wrote one of the quietest symphony finales ever. In Haydn's Farewell Symphony. The players leave the stage one by one at the end. There are only two violinists left. Here's a finale that Dmitri Shostakovich had some real fun with at the end of Shostakovich's piano concerto number one which is really a concerto for piano and trumpet. It sounds like the two instruments are in a race to the finish. Not all finale. Come at the very end of the peace when you go to a play. Something big usually happens right before intermission so that you can't wait to come back and see how it all turns out that happens in operas to some of the best finales are in the middle like the end of act. Two of Mozart's four act opera. The marriage of Figaro at the beginning of this finale two characters the count and Countess who are married tweet other are having an argument then the Countess's maids is Emma joins into help. The Countess do battle with her husband. One of the wonderful things about this. Finale is that you can always tell who's fighting with whom characters who agree with each other saying together. The finale has gone from duet to people singing to a trio. Three people singing then the guy says Anna wants to marry shows up. He's the one who's marriage. The opera is about Figaro's it's now a quartet four singers and the argument is three against one. The count is the one grumbling while the other three gang up on him but wait. There's more the V to arrive making quintet of singers is someone on the counts side. Antonio the Gardener God. Figaro manages to explain away. What's bothering on Tonio. So he leaves but then three characters on the count side show up. And by the end of the Finale Mozart has taken what started out as a duet and turned it into a Septet seven singers four against three
"dmitri" Discussed on WTOP
"Dmitri so while thousands of people were heavily armed there was absolutely no violence of yesterday's gun rights rally in Richmond but new tonight federal prosecutors say three accused white nationalists arrested on gun charges had planned an attack during that Richmond rally as WTOP is Meghan quality reports all three suspects are members of a violent extremist group called the base during their months of planning for what federal prosecutors call a targeted act of violence three suspected white nationalists spoke openly about their plans for the January twentieth gun rights rally in Richmond in a motion for a judge to detain Brian Lumley will bill bro and Patrick Matthews federal prosecutors quoted the men from videos and surveillance caption of them in their apartment and at a Maryland gun range discussing ambush attacks on unsuspecting civilians and police officers quote we can't let Virginia go to waste we just can't Matthews is alleged to have said after comparing the violent twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville to what he hoped for Richmond Meghan clarity WTOP news social media was a buzz by video of a former NBA player who'd been handcuffed after a brutal fight now prince George's county police officers arrested for recording the cell phone video of delante west there was a fight between two men and oxen hill Monday morning and there's a video posted of a brutal beat down a second video shows one of the men delante west shirtless in hand cuffs seated on a curb prince George's county police chief thanks to win ski says the officer who took that video was not wonder internal investigation the individual who we believed to be responsible or saying that video is suspended to launch a west was a standout player I'm gonna Roosevelt high school in greenbelt the distrustful videos have sparked nationwide concern Stravinsky says the entire matter is under investigation and the officer who cell phone video wound up on the web mail violated department rules of evidence Dickey only on WTOP news you could be sitting in more back ups on the Chesapeake Bay bridge next month that's when cashless tolling on Thursdays and Fridays and starting in February everyone crossing the Chesapeake Bay bridge will go back to either cash or EZ pass at all times the Maryland Transportation Authority says the change allows crews to accelerate the work that's intended to start cashless tolling full time in the summer of twenty twenty so for now some tolls are being removed to widen the lane through the plaza and that's apart from a separate project the two year re decking plan it's already under way transportation officials say they will monitor the effect of the work on traffic flow they remind drivers to take it easy okay lane signals and speed limits on the bridge Kate Ryan WTOP news you will want to be especially careful about your speed soon when you drive in Arlington the County Board is expected to pass a new rule Saturday that'll mean a two hundred dollar fine.
Third-period penalty kills help Capitals beat Lightning
"Dmitri Orlov snapped a one all tie with six oh three to go in the third period and Braden Holtby may twenty six saves as the capitals beat the lightning three one Radko Gudas gave the capsule one nothing lead for forty into the second period but in the third Nikita Kucherov tied the game with just twelve for the year the capital's then had to kill off a five on three power play and shortly thereafter or loss gave the caps the lead for good with the win the capital swept the three game season series from the lightning Greg heist Washington
News in Brief 23 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations at the UN's key climate action summit in New York on Monday. UN weather experts warned of a glaring and growing gap between agreed targets to tackle global warming and the reality today according to a new report from the world's leading climate science organizations and the planet is on track to post the warmest five year average temperatures on record in addition sea ice melt is increasing along with the number of deadly heat heatwaves as well as rising greenhouse gas emissions according to the United in science report coordinated by WMO FA- Japanese heatwave in July twenty eighteen eighteen when more than one hundred people died would have been almost impossible without human influence to the Syria conflict now and UN chief Antonio Gutierrez. This has announced that the country's government and opposition representatives have made progress on the formation of a constitutional committee to help bring an end to more than eight years the fighting speaking to journalists in New York on Monday Mister Gutierrez said the committee which is to represent all sides in the conflict would meet in the coming weeks in line with Security Council resolutions are strongly believed that the launch of the CD unknowns and constitutional committee cannon must be the beginning ginning of the political path out of the treasury towards the solution in line with resolution twenty to fifty four that meets the legitimate aspirations all seasons and these based on a strong commitment to the country's sovereignty independence unity and territorial integrity consultations is will be facilitated by United Nations Geneva and led by the UN special envoy for Syria Gareth paddison Mister Gutierrez said before urging all parties to the conflict flicked to support the constitutional committee by concrete actions to build trust and confidence and finally to International Sign Language Day which is celebrated braided on the twenty third of September in his message to mark the day UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez said that signing was critical in many ways for the more than seventeen not million people around the world it provides access to information and services and helped realize people's human rights he insisted echoing that message passage at an event to mark the day at United Nations Geneva Dmitri Rebrov from the Committee on the rights of people with disabilities explained how important being able to communicate indicate through signing is for him. Mr Rebrov's comments voiced by interpreter Beatrice Francois. My first language is really sign language without sign language which I couldn't communicate in family there were some gesturing and all that but I grew up in sign language and now as an adult involved in a lot of their focus is Asian within rush shine and and worldwide war with the World Federation of when we think about communication we have to remember it is a human right because it's a way to access everything. According to the World World Federation of the deaf more than eighty percent of deaf people live in developing countries collectively they use more than three hundred different sign languages Deanne Penn U. N. News.
The fraying transatlantic alliance
"Hello and welcome to this edition of weld weekly from the financial times. I am answer venture Johnny the world news editor and this week, we're looking at transatlantic relations as the Trump administration appears to turn its back on its traditional European allies in a sign of Washington's shifting allegiances, the US president on Monday, welcomed Hungary's, illiberal leader, Victoria, Alban to the White House days, after his secretary of state abruptly cancelled a meeting with Germany's Angela Merkel joining me on the line from Washington DC is Dmitri, Sevastopol, oh, the F, Washington bureau chief and from Belene guy. Chaz on our between VERA chief my first question goes to you Dimitri. Donald Trump was fool of praises for Victoria ban on Monday. He congratulated him for his quote block up against refugees from Syria, and he's work to protect the Christian communities. Can you give us a bit of details and explain why this visit is so important and telling we'll, I think one of the things that we've learned about Donald Trump over the last two years. This is one of the things that many Europeans have concerns about is, he seems to want to solve up to leaders who are far -tarian strongmen, you know, very hard line. You know, there's a long list, whether it's early on in Turkey or on in Hungary Kim Jong on North Korea, who Donald Trump said he fell in love with or Vladimir Putin in Russia Trump when he meets these leaders at least publicly doesn't criticize them for some of the things that they're doing their own countries to threaten democracy on the other hand, he seems willing to criticize Anglo Myrtle, or Theresa May or president McConnell, France. So there's a kind of cost me come seems to like something to these strong, tough solitary leaders. And yet, he at the same time he seems to be dismissing some of the concern. Means pushing away, European allies of America who have helped maintain the kind of peace across the trans Atlantic now for seventy years. As you said, the relationship has fuss deteriorated since Donald Trump kimchi office. The US needs key. European is have diverge on a number of issues. Can you list them for us? I mean, it's really wide from climate change trade, Iran. Well, I mean, from the very beginning, it's a long list, one of the things that President Trump today early in his presence. He was he withdrew the US from the Paris climate accords which sent ripples across Europe and the rest of the world later on in his tenure, he withdrew America from the around nuclear deal that America and some of its European allies had signed with Tehran in twenty fifteen on that has led to convert more bellicose stomps on Iran. He also has been incredibly critical of NATO now in criticizing NATO. He's not the first president, President Obama and President Bush frequently said that NATO allies needed to pay more for their defense. I remember travelling to your puts on rump sell the Robert Gates and they were constantly sending this message of Europeans. But Donald Trump has done it in a much more aggressive way. And I think one of the most heading examples was last summer in Brussels out of NATO summit, he was very critical. Angela Merkel both in public meetings and in private meetings and he's shocked many of the leaders who were in the -tendance. So I mean, there are other issues there as well to do with hallway and five G telecom networks and other things. But I think there's some of the main ones that have really created a false lines in the transit onto relationship guy intending to, you know, defense. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo cancelled a meeting with medical less tweak invoking rising tensions in the Middle East. What was the reaction in betting? I think those zoo Hora that it was seen very much as a snub, it was supposed to be his first trip to Berlin, since he became secretary of state, and it was very hotly awaited. And he just didn't turn up. And I think there was shock that he then went on to Britain. And even so they all Tricia Canterbury. So, you know, even just in Welby was more important to him as a priority. Angela Merkel those real dismay, lots of Coventry in the German press, basically saying that the US German relationship is now, basically in TATA's on, what are we going to do about this, this feeling of crisis really in a relationship, which has been one of the main pillars of Germany's post-war identity really for seventy years now. Why do you think that Mr. Trump targeted Gemini, in particular among its European on is what's your assessment of that? Well, they're personal reasons as well as political reasons. The chemistry between Angela Merkel and Donald Trump has never really worked. You know, she really comes across as associate professor, and he's like the naughty boy who didn't do his homework, he doesn't like being lectured, and Michael does have a tendency to lecture, one of the first thing she did when he was elected president. She sent him a message saying will look forward to working with you, but very much on the basis of our shed values of respect for human rights, and democracy, and so on that was perceived. As a real slight to Donald Trump. Basically a smackdown saying you're going to have to behave need didn't take Hymie to that. But there are other aspects. It's not just the chemistry America is very antagonist very exercise by Germany's failure to meet its commitment, which gave in two thousand fourteen to spend two percent of its GDP on defense. It's nowhere near that target and in fact recently published its budget estimates for the coming years, and it looks like it's actually going to go down as a percentage of GDP is spending on the military. So that was seen as a real red rag to Donald Trump's bull. And he's also, I mean, there's a very famous interview he did with playboy magazine from the ninety s where he complained about how many German cars that were on Fifth Avenue in New York, and he's had Macedo and BMW in his science for many, many years. So it didn't surprise the Germans a tool that he started talking about imposing. Import tariffs on European cars, and he's been complaining for longtime about the size of the German, current account surplus, which, of course, a lot of Germany's allies in Europe of also join attention to over the years. What do you think all the far reaching consequences for Germany? What are the Germans, what kind of lesson? They're drink from this facility longer term. Do you think there's a realization that Germany, and Europe must be more independent from a defense point of view, or, you know, foreign policy point of view? What is your sense? Absolutely. I was at a conference, whether we're talking about this and one speaker said Germany's success is built on three elements integration with the EU the transatlantic security guarantee on Germany's access to open Mockus worldwide and Trump threatens all of those three things. So there's a sense, here that there's, it's kind of existential threat posed by Trump's America first ideology tool. All those things that have made Germany, such a huge success over the last few decades. So that definitely is a feeling that they have to respond in some way. I mean it's very tentative at the moment, though, I mean, for example, that talking about developing much more of a kind of foreign policy. Competence in the EU and more of a sort of independent defense posture, and, you know, maybe getting rid of unanimity, and you decisions on foreign policy, so that they can have more qualified majority voting not come thing, but it's all relative tentative. And even when they do talk about building up their defense capabilities that gets them in hot water with the Americans. We wrote the story saying, how America was criticizing the latest initiatives for military cooperation between EU countries, the Pescara the permanent structured cooperation initiative, and EDF the European defence fund because they feel that it's not really compatible with NATO that it produces. Much duplication and diversion of scarce defense resources and it sets up a necessary competition between NATO in the EU. And so the sense of frustration in Europe over this is light. You tell us we need to do more far defense, and then we try and do it you complain. So the relationship has Radi scrunchy at the moment as we can see on the number of different fronts. Exactly. So they have this quantity move from the US. Do you want to jump in Dmitri? It's true that every time Europe speaks about more independence on the security from the US gets angry and gets a letter warning. But on the other hand, you know, you get a sense that the US is kind of retreating from Europe. What's your interpretation? Well stuffing element of Donald Trump getting a little bit of taste of his own medicine, sometimes when the European say that they want to their own defense capabilities. But I think it's also important to stress that this issue between the US and Europe on defense spending it really isn't just Donald Trump issue. And he is the one who is addressing it in a much more assertive, much more aggressive on some people would say overly aggressive way. But it's something that has stretched back now for more than a decade in the US the US than constantly saying to the European countries, particularly Germany because it is the biggest economy in Europe that they need to spend more. So I think it's an issue that's not going to go away, even if Donald Trump loses the election in twenty twenty I think a democratic president will be much friendlier to traditional US allies and I was just in New Hampshire on the campaign trail with Cory Booker and Beethoven, Joe Biden on all of them were talking about the need to rebuild on to strengthen American alliances with Europe. But notwithstanding that I still think. Whoever's president after twenty twenty is still going to put pressure on Europe to spend more money on defense, and if Germany and some of the other countries who haven't miss this two percent target haven't reached it, then I think you're still going to have tensions on that issue just to go back to one thing that guy said, I really do think the car issue is critical. I mean Donald Trump has how the being his bonnet about cars for a long time at the end of this week. He's going to potentially decide whether to put tariffs on imports of European cars. So this really is something that's a trade relationship is something that really gets him. And also when he was in Europe last year. Another thing that he criticized glimmer pool for is the Nord Stream two pipeline that will bring Russian gas into Europe and Donald Trump and some of his team are saying you want us to spend money to defend you against Russia, and yet, you're buying Russian gas on the other hand, the European say, hold on a second. You're the president who has criticized by the Putin, for orchestrating a campaign to interfere in the American elections. So there's a lot of things crossing the Atlantic and. It's very hard to see how any of this gets any better while Donald Trump is in office tensions, are escalating in the Middle East over Iran, with rising threat of war, and some echoes of cheese than three when the US in some European countries disagreed, on whether to war with Iraq. Dictates us Adam Hussain to meet you what all the broader security ramifications of this poor transatlantic relations. Are we entering a new testing phase? Well, the big question that's emerged in the last few days in Washington is are we returning to the early years of the Bush administration where it appears that there was a constant drum beat among Iran hawks for the US to take military action against Iran. Now, we know that on both in the national security advisor has asked the Pentagon to dust off its war plan for Iran. Not the caveat there is at the Pentagon has funds for everything, and there periodically dusting them off. But when a story comes out that they're dusting them off, Iran at a time when Mike Pompeo secretary of state. John Bolton and others are being very aggressive in the rhetoric towards around it raises questions as to whether the US is contemplating taking most reaction, and I think, not something that would be a huge divide across the transatlantic. I mean as much tension as two walls, when George W Bush invaded Iraq. You remember relations then between George W Bush Gertrude or Germany were extra very odd because since the war in Germany. But I think we would see something that will be exponentially worse. If the US did take any kind of military action in Iran. So people are watching very closely right now to see whether this is just on both in on the hawks making bellicose noises. Just too scary round or whether there's actually something fundamentally happening behind the scenes. My thanks to Dmitri and guy that was really fascinating. And that's it for this week till next week goodbye.
"dmitri" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And when it comes to starting a business. He says build a team around yourself of people who are a lot smarter than you. And then he adds if you're the smartest guy in the room. It's probably. The wrong way to do it. Dmitri? Welcome to the program. Thank you for having. Absolutely fascinating subject that you work in talk to us a little bit to lay the groundwork for our time together. What types of business transactions are activities is Oxford partners currently engaged in what types of deals. Do you see? So Oxford has three difference investment models that we follow. So the first model would be private project, which classified individualized deals where it's a single asset. Whether it's a value at retail center that we're fixing up and then selling or ground up construction that's in a single LLC where we put in a certain amount of funds, and then we raise funds from investors. We also have fun structure where we currently have a twenty five million dollar fund that we place that's more of an institutionalized model where an investor invest in a specific type of project, and then we place those fun specifically giving a certain perferred return. And then we also do asset management where. There. We we have a lot of assets that we currently own and we're the ones who actually manage those assets and manage all the property managers of those excellent blogs, it doesn't a nutshell. Excellent. That's perfect and are most of your well what sectors? Are you involved is office resident wouldn't be residential perhaps unless it's multifamily. But I'll just ask the question for you. What's what types of assets are you involved with in each case? So we do we we're across several different asset classes earlier in the cycle. We were doing a lot more multi-family. Now, we're not touching any multifamily because it's just the bottom asset class. Sure, we've been focusing on value add and ground up development in the retail space. We've also done a lot of industrial land in Vegas market because that particular sector has been doing very well. And then we're also doing for our fun structure, a hospitality to medical hospitality conversion model inter stand. What we're doing with? That is actually extremely interesting essentially combining real estate and healthcare with converting non-performing or poorly performing hotels into things like rehabs assisted living, senior care memory care, post-surgery treatment facilities, things of that nature. That sounds like a brilliant re allocation of those resources, I mean, if you think hotels and hospitality, the structure of those or the infrastructure, and the structure just seems perfect for what you're doing. Absolutely. Yeah. I've to share audiences really. We're entrepreneurs small business owners were mid stage mid-size businesses, he has some ideas about equity capital formation that I'd like you to share like the top to four or four or so minutes, we've got left together. You have said that when it comes to equity, make sure your investors get paid before you do and.
U.S. Officials Plan To End Sanction Waivers On Iranian Oil
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society, Washington DC, you've worked hard to grow your wealth. Make sure you're working with a wealth manager who has grown with you work with a CF HR holder. Learn more at the right question dot org. The US State Department is expected to tighten the screws on Iran's oil industry today and in doing so the US government is also going to be putting pressure on some of its own allies like Turkey and Japan, those countries and a few others have been given waivers from sanctions to continue buying Iranian. Oil. Those waivers are expected to end joining us to talk about it is Dimitri Sevastopol. Oh, he is the Washington bureau chief for the financial times he's been reporting on this. Good morning wanting to have it. So these are waivers to sanctions that are expected to be taken away. Can you just step back and remind is what these sanctions were in the first place. Sure. Well, the US sanctions on Iran for a long time. But when the Obama administration signed a deal with Iran in two thousand fifteen the landmark Yvonne new. Nuclear deal with the other permanent. Members of the national said the United Nations Security council, they essentially arranged for waivers. So that sanctions that were in place before would not be enforced. Not when Donald Trump pulled out of Iran nuclear deal in may of two thousand eighteen he's signaled that he was going to snap back on those sanctions that had been wait for a long time. In connection with that. The US have been trying for a long time to get its allies and some apart of countries to reduce the reports of Iranian oil. Anyway, then leading up to November when the broad sanctions on Iran were put back on last year. The administration said it was going to make sure that it's always partners reduced oil imports me around two zero. However, when it got close to the point it actually did give a set of eight waivers to the countries that you mentioned and said, it would give them more time one hundred and eighty days to start trying to reduce their imports on their reliance on Iran. Some of those countries, Greece, Italy and Taiwan actually got their imports. I think pretty much down to zero but the others China, India Japan, South Korea and Turkey still have a way to go. So basically, what's happening? This morning is secretary of state Mike Pompeo is going to say on may second waivers will no longer exist. And do you will face the potential of US sanctions if you import Iranian oil, and as the expectation that this could have a big affect on. On Iran, and is always the the goal in tough moves like this to try and change the behavior of the regime what it's definitely going to have a greater impact on the Iranian economy, which is already suffering very hard under existing sanctions. So it's going to have more of an effect there on one of the other questions, obviously is whether it's going to impact or prices in the global market and to what extent could do that. I mean, could we see, you know, a big spike in gas prices over the summer well a year ago? The Trump administration justified giving the waivers it said this an oil markets are very tight right now if we put squeeze on it could be bad for the US economy. Well, oil prices are reasonably high right now as well. They hit a high of seventy four dollars in Asia trading over nice, which is not far from where they wear your go. What the administration here is counting on is that Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates will actually step in and provide output to make up for the shortfall from cutting Iranian. But whether it can do that or not will obviously be. The test. They say I talked to an official last night who said that they've arranged us. But you know, these things come full through. So I think that's going to be the real test and briefly why now is administration doing this? Now. Oh, well, they say that they're logic. They say is that it's not conducive to do this. Because oil prices aren't as tight as they wear year ago. But the number of people who would who would doubt that I think it's also partly that. It's just a gradual push to keep ramping up the rhetoric on Iran to try and change the behavior of the regime in Tehran. Dmitri says stuff a low is the Washington bureau chief for the financial times joining us this morning, thanks for your time to meet you. Thank you.
Why Game of Thrones is the first and last of its kind
"Today with a recording of a language that no human civilization ever spoke yet. Most of you are going to understand some of them as Bruce Dadis cost out. She finally that negate Dianetics Jen Massimo entered Gary Arlen and bolero Kohana Godich, son. The card is. See if you want to get a handle on why we're spending a Friday talking about a TV show. Remind yourself that game of thrones created a language that people who snickered at dragons in highschool can speak. The show's final season debuts this Sunday night at nine PM. And that in itself has significant in a world where we're used to media being delivered on demand to each of us whenever we find the time to watch him on one hand game of thrones has been the first of its kind a blockbuster fantasy epic adapted not to film, but to television that broke the mold for these stories and brought adult fantasy to a very lucrative global audience. It has changed that industry and on the other hand, it has also the last of a species the television event that the world watches and talks about together, and that doesn't really happen anymore in that sense. Emma, thrones is a dinosaur and the industry has changed around it. So what happened eight years ago when this show debuted that? Made this possible. Why did it happen with this story? What will be left behind in the world of television. When it's over. How has it changed? Both the stories that we tell and the mediums that we used to tell them. Oh, and who's going to end up on the damn iron thrown. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And there's only one war that the great wall. And it is. Andrei Dmitri's is a writer for various publications. He's one of our favorite guests here on the big story knows a little something about game of thrones. Why did game of thrones of all shows changed so much? I think your frame of reference if you happened to be ten generally into the fantasy genre your frame of reference was most likely the Lord of the rings, or Harry Potter and regards to the fact that both Lord of the rings, and Harry Potter had very wide fan bases and people really loved it enjoyed both movies. And maybe people less enjoyed the Lord of the rings books because let's be honest. They were pretty dry. There was at least an understanding that this was not necessarily meant with an adult audience in mind. Dickey ruling did not write the Harry Potter books for a Dulce. They were very clearly kids books Gerald token, even though you could say that it was you know, a very mature high fantasy series. It was also written with young people in mind. A game of thrones comes from that the post nineteen seventies dungeons and dragons Jonah where this these are very mature stories, the it it involves mature themes. Blood and guts and sword and sorcery and all that stuff for a cult audience written for an audience of twenty-something guys that would get together around somebody's kitchen table on a Saturday afternoon and drink beer and play a role playing game. Like, that's sort of the the culture that it's bonds out of. So I think that people were looking for a more mature fantasy product to you know, to to just watch and enjoy and game of thrones really really hit that Mark people when they were describing the show early on weren't talking about a game of thrones and reference to other fantasy series. There were talking about how different game of thrones was from other fantasy series that they'd ever heard of to the extent that they were saying things like, you know, this is the sopranos with sorts or this is the wire, but with magic my partner hates fantasy stories and hates magic and dragons and stuff, and I knew that this was going to be something different. When I essentially told her, look, I know you don't have to watch this with me. But this is an adaptation of a book I love so I'm going to. It down and watch it. Anyway, you're welcome to join me or not and she joined me for the first step aside and has watched every single episode multiple times. And that's when it became clear that this was something else. The fact that people will spend time re watching them, and it's not just happening in the run up to the last season every season that comes out I see people on social media, and I know people that will simply rewatch the entire series. Just so that they can be caught up. It's I mean, it is a very complicated story with a lot of moving parts and a lot of different characters. But I don't think they would actually do that. If they didn't really really really enjoy the show, and I think it's so enjoyable like the idea, so the fact that you would watch five or six different seasons just to prepare yourself for the upcoming season. That's I can't think of another toward the sun. Then when did it become clear that this was going to be the defining television show of this era? I think it was probably around the red wedding in the third season. My king has married and I owe my new Queen wedding. Give.
City Council settles excessive force lawsuit of ex-cop
"And south. Me and the city council today also did approve that twenty five thousand dollars settlement and an excessive force lawsuit against former Oklahoma City police officer, Daniel Holtz claw, the plaintiff Dmitri Campbell alleged in her lawsuit. That back in two thousand thirteen holds club pushed her and hit her face against a brick wall. While he was on duty holds claw was convicted in two thousand fifteen for numerous sex crimes
Court lifts ban on Minnesota boys joining school dance teams
"Of bigotry. A federal appeals court says to Minnesota boys must be allowed to compete on their high schools dance teams use Dmitri Maui from Roseville Zachary Greenwald of Hopkins wanted to try out for their schools dance teams. But the Minnesota state high school leagues bylaws say the teams are for girls only a federal judge denied the boys request for an injunction to allow them on of those teams, but the appeals court reversing
Budding Yeast Produce Cannabis Compounds
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata the compounds THC CBD are known as avenue it's because they come from cannabis Hake a marijuana. Now. Biologists have taken the genes that produce cabinets in we'd and plug them into yeast for several reasons the first is cost J keys Ling is a synthetic biologist UC Berkeley who has previously programmed yeast to cheaply produce anti malarial drugs. He says yeast could conceivably produce cabinets for about four hundred dollars a kilogram. That's compared to the forty thousand dollars a kilo price tag when using synthetic chemistry other benefits exist to her about hundred different that bachelor Kerr in cannabis, but it's been really hard to research on those because there's not much available. They are produced in such minute quantities. In the cannabis that you'd have to cure FAI, huge amounts of cannabis just to give a small quantity of them to Kiessling says. You can even make cabinets that don't exist in nature at all by feeding the yeast certain fatty acids, the resulting cabinets which are chemically similar but not identical to garden variety. THC CBD have little appendages. The scientists can do chemistry on we could Patchett antibody to it and get it to circle occasion in human body based on the antibody. We should also put a tail on it that would allow it to be put into a patch. So you if you cross the skin and be used like the nicotine patches, we could also put another drug on it. So you'd have dual action therapy. And this is something that kinda came out of the research that we didn't expect the research is in the journal nature. Kiessling his already founded a new company called Dmitri to study these yeast produce medicines. But there are also more mundane things you could do with this technology. Many people, for example are already enthusiasts of the fermented beverages. Yeast produce a certain segment of them may also be fans of. Avenue. It's with this technology Kiessling says you could produce THC or CBD beer, which would give a new meaning to this bud's for you. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm christopher. Shore. Here's. You know, there's no one.
Russian state TV lists Moscow's 'nuclear targets' in US
"Russian state television has listed a number of US military facilities that Moscow water target in the event of a nuclear strike, Stephen Russia analysts don't cover to the collapse off the Soviet Union for the BBC welcome to the program. So first of all, Stephen Katina. Explain us a bit what kind of a television broken. Are we talking about over here? Well, it's title is news of the week. I think what's more relevant is the journalist who presented ZIM ankle Dmitri Kissiliov. Now Dimitri in the nine hundred ninety s was one of that breed of very exciting Russian journalists who was taking advantage of the the throwing off the Soviet shackles and an trying investigative journalism and new stories and and journalists mutt. So much. An no flood of bad journalism. There's an awful lot of outrageous journalism, but there's a lot of very exciting journalism in the nineteen nineties. But unfortunately, Dmitri it's decided that you know, he should be on the side of of leading mccutchen. And he is now become just the most outrageous spokesperson for horrific stories. Having a go at the west he wants talked about last year's don't about turning that that if the Americans got tough, we could turn America into radioactive ash that was on the same program, ROY. So the latest one is there. No, he's been listing. These US military facilities that Moscow was targeting the events of nuclear strike. What have we learned? What are those targets?
"dmitri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Forty five forty four over number two Michigan just seven oh seven to play. It's hard to see where this game goes. There's been so many changes in tone and trends, so far if you look at any moment one team could opposite and have the biggest lead of the game in the double digits. Would we haven't seen? Yeah. I mean, I think most surprising Michigan struggling for the free to line that that's Burt them task is not a great shooter shoot right about his average. But I think this huge stretch out of a timeout Wisconsin probably gonna run with Colin AT L. And after the timeout play some you specifically are looking for a mismatch to exploit, and if you can get yourself, we have a three point lead because points have been so hard to come by you feel like it mom, it's surmountable but in the close to insurmountable category. If you can get a stop to get another bucket. Neither team has led by more than five tonight. Rebours inbounds to Dmitri trice, Wisconsin across the timeline to the basket to our at Kobe king. Ethan happened Brad Davis and the rest of progressed ours. Davison screener role at the point Davison brief double team after the switch. Now back rolling on the bounce pass to happen. The couple dribbles back to Kobe. King open look. Three freshman lacrosse, Wisconsin badgers up four against the number two team of the country. The undefeated wolverines. Trailing by four was six and a half to play on the road poll with the dribble. Driving with the life back out to testing hand off to Paul. He'll fire a bad three in dream bake off the iron and the rebound, Wisconsin. A bucket here. Gives them their largest lead up the game with sixteen seconds or six minutes and sixteen seconds to go to take that shot. No kidding. Dietrich trice open for three he missed it. Rebound weakside Rebours he'll bounce it back out of the left side. The Brad Davis. Six minutes in under to play in this one of four point badger lead. The wolverines of Michigan. Driving into the paint. Double team comes from Jordan. Drool, maybe unnecessary testy. Head pushed hap-. Behind the backboard, he was pretty dark spot. But then the less the foul is called time out of the court. It's Wisconsin forty-eight Michigan forty four. You're listening to compass media networks, this is NCAA basketball..
Young Russian Musicians Struggle Under Government Scrutiny
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast back in the days of the Soviet Union. The government tried to control everything from the way. Young people dressed to the kind of music. They listen to well now generation is coming of age that was born after the collapse of the communist system. Young Russians are rebelling against the rules and regulations of the Putin regime through rap music. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim from Moscow at the end of November Dmitri Kuznetsov a twenty five year old rapper known as husky made headlines when thirty stopped him from performing the southern Russian city of Krasnodar. Husky jumped onto a parked car outside the club and started rapping with fans before being hauled off by policemen. It has latest track poem about the motherland. He raps about the hardships in his gritty hometown eastern Siberia. The book. With McCain skis arrests set up a wave of protests by Russian musicians, but also sparked even more concert bands across the country. The 'electronic music duo ice peak who jokingly call their work audiovisual terror or detained by police at the Novosibirsk train station causing them to miss a scheduled gig their troubles began after they posted a macabre video on YouTube called death. No more. Gutty than me. Yes. Martha sad. I see video lead singer and a C Chris Lynn described setting herself on fire in front of the Russian government building. And things that are blood is pure than the purest drugs on us Puccio obsessionally could heap. It's a descriptive video. We're not revealing anything new in it. We're just saying out loud, the things that people would like to say, but they're afraid to describe the state of mind of a person of our generation who really has nothing to look forward to and can't expect any changes Christly and our partner nNcholas Kristof are both in their mid twenties. Coastal says that young people who may not have cared about politics before are now paying attention because their music is being targeted and what connects young people everywhere he says is the internet systems, Moses due to them. Slow shoots, everyone watches YouTube. Listen to the same American rappers and follows the same TV show that we have a lot in. Common with people our age around the world, I'm more like some guy my age in Mexico than my neighbor, who's two generations older Costello might as well be. Speaking about President Putin who sixty six years old the uproar over the band concerts was so loud, it even reached Putin's attention during a meeting with cultural figures mope approaches than than to get the said rap Brisson three pillars sex, drugs and protests. He said simply banning concerts would be counterproductive, but added that the government's job is to lead and guide youth culture. It wasn't long before a video appeared on YouTube sampling Putin's words into a wrap of zone. Yes. Six. Six. Gil in a meal. Ch- Inca says young people in Russia's large cities are already culturally oriented toward western Europe and follow global trends. When you call my three two. Melting because his communication between the government and young people is broken down because they live in two parallel worlds. She says the authorities are still molded by the Soviet impulse to regulate but that their attempts are bound to fail since Russia's youth cultures diverse and very hard to control Nikolai custody of the group ice peak can confirm that moving his throat on the some dude of discipline says even though half the concerts were canceled on their last tour. They returned home with new inspiration their fans, he says really want to make a change for the better in Russia. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. That. With on the McGill. The.
What is the Peter principle?
"You you ever ever felt felt like like everyone everyone in in the the world world was was completely completely incompetent incompetent at at their their jobs? jobs? He He to to break break it it to to you. you. But But this this might. might. Actually, Actually, be be the the case. case. That's That's according according to to the the Peter Peter principle principle your your favorite favorite principle. principle. You You may may not not have have heard heard of of this this kind kind of of cynical cynical and and kind kind of of funny, funny, but but kind kind of of logically logically make make sense sense it it does. does. So So the the Peter Peter principle principle is is simple, simple, and and it's it's also also the the name name of of one one thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred sixty sixty eight eight book book by by educational educational scholar. scholar. Dr Dr Laurence Laurence j j Peter Peter the the Peter Peter principle principle says says that that in in a a hierarchy hierarchy like like a a government government or or a a corporation corporation every every employee employee tends tends to to rise rise to to the the level level of of his his or or her her incompetence. incompetence. Here's Here's a a different different way. way. Dr Dr Peter Peter put put it it rather rather than than the the cream cream rising rising to to the the top top the the cream cream rises rises until until it it sours. sours. It It makes makes sense. sense. If If you're you're good good at at your your job. job. You'll You'll be be promoted promoted if if you're you're not not good good at at your your job, job, you you won't won't people people are are rarely rarely demoted demoted regardless regardless of of their their job job performance. performance. This This means means that that an an employee employee will will keep keep getting getting promoted promoted until until they they reach reach a a position position they're they're not not fit fit to to do. do. Well, Well, since since they they do do poorly poorly in in that that position. position. They They don't don't get get promoted promoted to to a a higher higher one. one. So So they're they're stuck stuck being being incompetent incompetent at at their their job. job. This This principle principle may may sound sound tongue tongue in in cheek, cheek, but but it it has has sinister sinister implications implications in in the the real real world world from from transit transit delays. delays. Internet Internet outages outages to to oil oil spills spills and and rocket rocket explosions. explosions. How How many many of of the the world's world's errors errors come come down down to to people people rising rising to to the the level level of of their their incompetence incompetence companies companies have have come come up up with with a a couple couple strategies strategies to to come come out? out? This This some some have have adopted adopted an an up up or or out out strategy strategy where where they they periodically periodically kind kind of of cleanse cleanse their their company company of of people people that that aren't aren't advancing advancing up up who who so so there's there's some some ways ways to to deal deal with with this. this. But But I I don't don't think think it'll it'll ever ever have have a a perfect perfect solution. solution. It It kind kind of of seems seems like like it's it's just just the the nature nature of of things, things, unfortunately. unfortunately. Yeah. Yeah. Before Before we we get get to to our our last last story. story. 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Well, Well, that's that's because because there there is is one one team team population population of of FOX's FOX's on on earth. earth. And And today, today, we we have have the the story story of of the the Russian Russian geneticists geneticists who who made made it it happen. happen. Although Although there's there's one one question question this this story story won't won't answer. answer. Ashley Ashley is is it. it. What What does does the the FOX FOX say say darn darn it? it? While While you you got got me me Dmitri Dmitri K K beleive beleive was was a a Russian Russian geneticist geneticist who who wanted wanted to to treat treat the the evolutionary evolutionary pathway pathway of of domesticated domesticated animals animals by by trying trying to to domesticate domesticate some some FOX's FOX's specifically specifically silver silver black. black. Fox's Fox's he he and and his his intern intern traveled traveled around around to to different different FOX FOX farms farms where where FOX's FOX's were were being being bred bred for for their their for for and and they they took took away. away. Fox's Fox's that that showed showed one one key key trait. trait. Friendliness Friendliness around around ten ten percent percent of of the the FOX FOX is is in in these these cages cages had had a a week week wild wild response. response. Meaning Meaning they they were were docile docile around around people. people. They They ended ended up up with with about about one one hundred hundred thirty thirty FOX's FOX's for for the the first first generation generation of of friendly. friendly. Fox's Fox's and and when when they they had had cubs cubs the the team team hand hand fed fed and and pet pet the the little little foxes foxes for for a a strictly strictly measured measured period period of of time. time. The The friendliest friendliest of of the the FOX's FOX's went went onto onto breed breed the the next next generation generation and and so so on on and and so so on on by by the the fourth fourth generation generation of of friendly, friendly, FOX FOX litters. litters. The The researchers researchers started started noticing noticing dramatic dramatic changes. changes. Fox's Fox's were were wagging wagging their their tails tails eagerly eagerly looking looking for for human human contact. contact. And And licking licking the the scientists scientists like like puppies. puppies. And And as as the the generations generations of of foxes foxes were were getting getting fend fend Lear Lear and and more more dog dog like like they they were were changing changing physically physically to to not not only only did did they they start start making making different different vocalisations vocalisations than than wild wild foxes. foxes. These These FOX's FOX's also also developed developed a a more more delicate delicate appearance appearance with with fob fob ears. ears. Why Why didn't didn't heads heads shorter shorter legs legs and and Kearlier Kearlier tails? tails? In In other other words, words, these these foxes foxes were were just just getting getting cuter. cuter. The The team team had had successfully successfully created created a a genetically genetically distinct distinct population population of of FOX's FOX's which which remains remains the the only only one one in in the the world. world. And And with with intensive intensive selective. selective. Beating Beating the the team team had had compressed compressed a a thousands thousands of of years years process. process. And And just just a a few few decades decades that that taught taught us us quite quite a a lesson lesson in in evolution. evolution. Remember Remember selection selection is is only only based based on on tame tame ability. ability. But But the the FOX's FOX's changed changed in in their their physiology, physiology, anatomy anatomy and and behavior. behavior. Oh, Oh, and and if if you you wanna wanna FOX FOX the the friendly, friendly, FOX FOX operation operation is is still still up up and and running running you you can can import import one one of of these these FOX's FOX's through through an an agency agency in in Florida Florida for for a a cool cool eight eight thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred dollars dollars give give or or take. take. 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"dmitri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"With you? I've seen that these baseball things. Thankfully, Dmitri quit baseball. Sorry. But I love baseball. But unless you're really into it. It's brutal. If you're just kind of there so dementia now, I don't like it. I'm like, oh, that's too bad. Thank god. James a baseball game for like a nine year old. That goes on. It seems like it goes on for twelve hours. It's a seven inning. Only seven innings your lucky and porta maters. Always in right field. He's like he was like catching butterflies. He was down on the ground looking at blowing. Now, we and knaves having fun. But I'm like, okay Dmitri. You're in a game. Just wasn't his thing. You don't like it. But some parents are screaming at their kids when they're not screaming at the empire's. What do you made? He's safe. Well, what do they want some of them video? And then try to try to bring a slow MO video as proof. I'm not kidding you. I've seen that before. Yeah. Slow the video down at that point. They should just be told to go back to the car. I don't know why this is the. I don't think I don't know about taking the kids out of the competition. Santa Fe public schools dropped its attempt to get tough on out of control parents and fan behavior at school sporting events that had be that had been a. Proposed solution, and they rejected that. It doesn't seem fair to punish the kid. Just because the parents are freaks. But now, I think people are desperate on the word about the worried about preserving the love of the game for everybody else. And also. In some cases, are worried about the safety.
"dmitri" Discussed on The MMA Beat
"What a mess. This has become. I don't see anything like that at the moment. Because at the end of the UC had to be an agreement for the strata happen as well as the Mitri Johnston all the parties involved. So I don't see this opening the possibility of video bad things coming in. And even if if for example, in from sporting sampling goes in there, and he's not the guy that we thought he was he's, you know, he's not the best fighter which I don't think that'll happen. But just goes in there and doesn't have great performances, and then they let go one of the best. We still had to find that out. Right and either either wait still gonna speak volumes on how good the division is in the right? So either way I just think this is a win win. I don't see any possible negative effects coming from this. I don't see any real downside to it. Because like any said worst case scenario Ben ash from comes in and stinks up to join. But. Maybe maybe then you can say all right? That was that was a law. We're talking about before where they lost the trade. But I don't think the US have to take that hit because they really weren't. They really weren't in the Dmitri's Johnson business anymore in the flyway. They weren't they may they may not have the flyweight division business anymore. So they're willing to take someone who they really had. No use for in a practical sense of these. They felt that way. I disagree and should offer someone who has upside. And that upside didn't hurt anything. That's okay because they should. But they think it's kind of a spare part, which is really a horrible way to describe one of the best fighters of all time. That's what they're doing. Yeah. Just seems to me like a creative. Perfect storm. Honestly, you had two guys that just made sense. This may open the door in the end for discussions like this. But right now, it's it's the first time. So you look at it. You think like, hey, man. It's it's a perfect storm for these guys to swap places and do this. And that's all it is. I can't foresee how. Would be detrimental. But I could foresee this being the precedent where now other guys might want this some point. But we'll see how that plays out right now, though, I can't think of any negatives who will be the first fighter to demand free. How neat neat has not done this? I don't wanna stop that that he hasn't by the way. I demand free. What made before we were like, oh, I feel so bad for Dmitri. I'm like well. It'd be in a perfect world. He would be in the biggest promotion making the biggest dollars. But the perfect world is not the one we live in a perfect world. I'd be doing some interesting things, right? This. But the point being is souther world we live in. I think he's a great fit for that organization. And I think been asking a great fit. I do not think is a good fit for the UFC that isn't to say that if they can't find a way to get along. They can't do business together they have undercut each other. They cannot get along. If you're sitting on the shelf for two years in your twenties and thirties, bro..
"dmitri" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"That's cool. And then also also be back, not just issues, but if they have any ideas for improvements, or you know, let's say they have, they know of a community that wants to get involved for next time. They definitely pulses. They're interesting. What about the raw data like Dmitri's team took this and came up with what I said was really beautiful result, but you know, it is an interpretation of the data, some somewhat right, exactly. Can people do their own interpreting? Yeah, absolutely. So along with the report, we also shared the role date in CC format. Okay. Cool. Yeah, that's you can't find that off the link off at survey results. If you go by the link to the reports down in the bottom of the page, you can find the link. Yeah, I won't link to directly because you have a couple of things like, please consider this as you look at the state about people read that verse. But yeah, nice. Yeah. Unfortunately, last year we didn't provide a python scripts which people can use to like Butch trap their their analysis with this row data. Yeah, that was a suggestion after our talk, so. Right. So maybe Jupiter notebook that does the analysis or something. Yeah, that'd be really sweet to have. All right. So you're doing this again. Airing at the we're planning on much big enough Tober. Okay. Yeah. So this is a politically out really soon. See people should have some time to get ready and prepare for its arrival, but sometime in October, do you actually have a date when you're letting out or just general timeframe? We are going to start at the survey in the beginning of Tober. We don't have an exact date, but stay tuned for the beginning of Tober. All right, cool. And I'll try to spread the word again to the listeners when that happens. Yeah. All right. Well, I think we probably should leave it there. We've covered a lot of stuff, and I, I really think this is a great service y'all are doing for the community, and I'm like, you've I think the trends are going to be as relevant as the actual numbers. Yeah, I am very happy that it's getting some momentum in interest in. Thank you so much. Very biting us to talk about. Absolutely. So final call to action people. Maybe people could spread spread the word. Like when you hear that the survey's out, tell everyone you. Encourage them, drop it in your internal companies, slack channel, things like that, right? Yeah, exactly. We encourage everyone to take part in this survey and promote it to ever social media exactly particular to your user group. Yep, that's a good idea. Take it to the group. Pretty cool. All right. You Dmitri. It's been great to have you on the show. Thanks for doing this project and share with everyone. Thank you and thank you for having us. Michael, you bet by my sight. This has been another episode of talk python to me. Our guest on this episode have been even allow SCA.
"dmitri" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"I've seen this before. There's a little bit of a mental edge to as good as Dmitri at least I felt it already. I'm not walking in there. Going to surprise me. He can have a little bit more single, lose attitude. So you talking about the technical adjustments he's made and they've been big. There's also been mental side of, hey, I've been in there before. I felt the power of Dimitris Johnson. Surprise this time. Also Dimitrius Johnson. It hasn't happened as much recently, but he's been put down before and by that, I mean, just knocked down, not knocked out, and I think I was, you know, I'm going to be a little aloof here and people are gonna call me crazy, but I'm actually picking the upset this week, but I will say this if I'm wrong, which is a great chance I will be because I'm going against arguably one of the goats of the sport. The one thing I'll tell you, I still think there'll be a sequence where at least who does have that moment where he does use that power and and put Dmitri's Johnson down and they may to meet his Johnson is able to come back. But I I, that's how bad I really feel like the champion is going to be tested. Now Jimmy, on your end is it has just become too great is, is it hard to go against a guy like Dimitrius Johnson, or or or what do you think do you is what stands out the most about the hudo and why he could pull off the upset on Saturday? Well, to me it wasn't. Remember how he just flung into the ground in there. I, you know, mighty mouse able to get his butterfly and push off your back to a lot of people were impressed with house who took Dmitri Johnson down. I think it'd be the takedown frustrate little, slow him down a little bit momentum out of them. He might have a much better shot. Is he the grace of all time right now, you could certainly argue that what we haven't seen, especially when twenty five were they need a lot of speed. We haven't really seen DJ slowdown yet. We haven't seen that little thing all maybe the next is going to have something on still looks very quick, very accurate at one twenty five. You know, the lead up to Cody Garbrandt t. j. dillashaw obviously, was that rivalry, you know, they used to be teammates and the snake, the trader this that, but do you remember close to fight week that video came out and it showed when they were training could Garbrandt you know, hadn't had put down TJ dillashaw and now that's gone and t. j. dillashaw actually has a video that more people have seen that wasn't in training. And so therefore, you know, I think Cody Garbrandt just he's gonna have a lot quieter of a week, then he usually did. But what I want to know from you Jimmy is how much will do you think that can affect the fighter? Like Cody Garbrandt that KO and not being able to to have that that moment, you know whether it was in the training room or whatever. He felt like he was son in him. You know what I mean? Like I got you and you know it and now he doesn't have any of that. Do you think it's gonna take a lot to overcome that mentally and still be able to convince the other guy? I'm taking you out on Saturday. Well, the thing that I think will be the big mental at your first off when it comes to sparring training also dropped in sparring an excellent. So out in sparring, anyone who's been in gym for an extended amount of time sparring his sparring, you know, you let it go with the today. Sometimes I've dropped guys because they were working on a certain technique. They hadn't quite mastered yet. I've been dropped myself because I just wasn't, you know, do you know? I thought I'd spend that day, you know, trying to work on my southpaw stance work my kids to work on them and not that good at you get caught and get clipped and if somebody takes video of that all so and so got dropped, you never know what somebody's working on his sparring. So sparring always have to take with a grain of salt..
"dmitri" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Rashes from home so we're we're trying to get him get him back here dmitri convincing out those guys as well i'm guessing they've got some unique to come in for us i'm guessing they also if you wanna really listenable this is wonderful to listen in the car special in chicago traffic were between between serenity now and homicide on her in the familiar on a good friend of the show she was in here also a supporter of ours and one of our sponsors sandy ski her her band cop to the house from the from the third sunday string band we're trying to work out the we're trying to work out the logistics to get the band in here what if you like some some great sort of hometown country folk this is a really funds we need to get around we haven't had abandoned hearing ally in a while we haven't it's been it's been a little while it's fine when this place is packed with indeed in the meantime we're talking with with nick sans whose z producing artistic director at remmy bump oh rummy bump of theater and are you guys are you guys still out of we are moving this year we up to this point we've been performing out of the greenhouse okay and we are moving on lincoln avenue moving to quit so we stand on the twelve twenty nine so it'll be a great little theatre and i've been working with jeremy wexler from for many years we've chatted about possibly working there so the opportunity came a wonderful so we're really looking forward to it is now going to be at home to full size theaters that's going to be that's going to be a little theatrical powerhouse eight is shattered globe and aboutface witness elves are going to be the real sort of residence law that's terrific that's terrific and it just sort of i think we're all gonna find ways of working together in new ways to get which i'm very excited about and you've got the am right at know a couple of blocks away absolutely really is in colorado laredo now it is part of the belmont theatre district absolutely and check out the bama theatre district because not only not only do they talk about feeder they talk about restaurants in.
"dmitri" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The wgn forecast here's dmitri is on every we'll see cooler conditions come our way the next few days but without a chance for rain we're mostly cloudy tonight a light breeze off the lake at five to ten miles per hour the overnight low temperature down to sixty two we're mostly cloudy on thursday with scattered showers and possibly thunderstorms the high reached about seventy six tomorrow night showers and storms will be likely we're back to about sixty two during the overnight on friday will be cloudy with showers likely it'll be cool for this time of the year the high temperature only seventy friday is the first full day of summer in typical highs would be in the low eighties on saturday we'll see sunshine returning it'll be mild and pleasant that high temperature reaches seventy six and for sunday where partly cloudy slight chance for showers there about a thirty percent chance we reached nearly eighty i'm wgn meteorologist dimitrius ivory it is seventy three degrees at o'hare midway seventythree tinley park seventythree it's sixty five degrees along chicago's lakefront winds are north east eleven miles an hour barometer is falling and the lake michigan water temperature sixty seven degrees i'm judy pilot in the wgn newsroom ready to join the conversation whenever a story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn what that means don't you yes you do that means you're congress seven to ninety one seventy two hundred you win the family fourpack of tickets to the sox take on the twins whose day june twenty six seven.
"dmitri" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Prairie medicine doctor wo woman whatever category singer stephen dmitri giorgio george michael's now so that's a good guess steven tyler now andrew originally no pig winslett here he got sam smith here's your clue has train stephen dmitri georgia became who is now yussef islam that cat if he doesn't start writing those peaceful at the you know when he converted or why he converted to islam i mean he's you know he's a muslim is born a muslim but he embraced his faith he was bodysurfing or it he's out in the surf of the malibu yeah at i think lou adler house and am records and he got taken under by a wave and undertow and he he he swore that he lived feeding drown that he would dedicate his life to allah allah and that's that's what he did make good unindo equip the whole pop music thing and and became a devout muslim don't you know that you can didn't he know that you can just say that and then i'm good to have once i got myself phone never mind guys out of women ever thought i keep doing what up dude i guess nobody told him about i have one more if you wash your category late singer and actress francis gum judy garland has no place like job dog thank you francis gum that's the name of my flaws i use that's the kind of philosophy say francis gum all right thank you jennifer that was steve dolls news quiz with jennifer keiper the real name was gene is cat stephen ross swabs mushroom question it's actually called the sports machine the has born that way i did not know no need to change that david worked out perfectly the cavs and mess that sure for batra politics will get it all in about twenty minutes from now jose kid todd on the bump let's go over to the ghana gone over to the stadium is a girl for the cubs at a jail cabinet don cherry brings his wives homemade salmon cheese and mayo sandwich jeez oh it's all he'll eat for lunch barely likes it when the savage soaks into the bread by guidance baker b one of the most interesting things to badgen flow that is.
"dmitri" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Steve came thanks listen to mr cool sister cool spin hello everyone my name is dmitri gigiri i am one of the founding partners and number of the atlas elite entertain the team.
"dmitri" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Wunderlist to nola geiger mild secrecy glycine dmitri guytou which i now you're such a genuine that gets he gets in the letter is a genetic identity nauseum that though midway deadline to john that is going to end knowing that the a glad known as he gives he gets you can seem to be to guide the to the zoo left the at the genetic message and owner jim their own beverages young joe lucky and recoilless almost left a sober that nothing oca they most justin look with local he still grassy lucky dose of against sabbath aegis of grace that god is a sea of the republic wriggle pierre got that go jac jasenica decade link acted debbie eanet only rupatini the i'm actually it but age up with a fitted sheet that it's on economic governance disick edge up with a thirty one loyola de gaulle double at atlanta what other salida he via said the there medals gummy bear so we samick antileather mac in this is on recess louisa hacking these etc these days you though commit pointed then lawfully michael moore took this legal under total fizzle jiggle before they sold up and some won't not immune rejoin as yet modest no ligonha january knowledge of him that he will be that ankle good that any madda portas who had to seek as he gets in the mid to gain the gather engines zangari's of as a disaster gets again generated let's let's add yet ascendancy just as low as he gets in his own didn't give yellow beduins mitigate the item went john that the assertion from i know you had the a glad they must seek as he gets he gets you in the ricci caveat are.
"dmitri" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Wunderlist to nola geiger mild secrecy glycine dmitri guytou which i now you're such a genuine that gets he gets in the letter is a genetic identity nauseum that though midway deadline to john that is going to end knowing that the a glad known as he gives he gets you can seem to be to guide the to the zoo left the at the genetic message and owner jim their own beverages young joe lucky and recoilless almost left a sober that nothing oca they most justin look with local he still grassy lucky dose of against sabbath aegis of grace that god is a sea of the republic wriggle pierre got that go jac jasenica decade link acted debbie eanet only rupatini the i'm actually it but age up with a fitted sheet that it's on economic governance disick edge up with a thirty one loyola de gaulle double at atlanta what other salida he via said the there medals gummy bear so we samick antileather mac in this is on recess louisa hacking these etc these days you though came commit pointed then lawfully michael moore took this legal under total fizzle jiggle before they sold up and some were not immune rejoin as yet modest no ligonha january knowledge of him that he will be that ankle good that any madda portas who had to seek as he gets in the mid to gain the gather engines zangari's of as a disaster gets again generated let's let's add yet ascendancy just as low as he gets in his own didn't give yellow beduins mitigate the item went john that the assertion from i know you had the a glad they must seek as he gets he gets you in the ricci caveat are.
"dmitri" Discussed on KGO 810
"Play such a role now you will know and i know that moscow has long called for the two sides whole to go she asians aimed at reducing tensions over the nuclear and missile programmes a of north korea so i want to ask you a question the kremlin spokesman dmitri paskov says russia's readiness to clear the way for deescalation is obvious should we accept the offer should we allow russia to mediate on this question yang just thinking uh remember the russia japanese war back at the turn of the 20th century who negotiated that peace which really was a war over the korean peninsula the united states the treaty of portsmouth that's why teddy roosevelt other nobel prize first american president to get nobel prize should we let russia do v mediation by the way of the foreign minister of russia mr lavrov a told rex tillerson are centred said on tuesday that washington's aggressive rhetoric and beefing up of its military presence in the region has heightened tensions on the korean peninsula and listen to this and was unacceptable the necessity of the fastest move to the negotiating process from the language of sanctions was underscored that's what the foreign ministry of russia is saying in a statement so two questions in this this hour a half hour one do you feel that it would be constructive for the united states to accept russia's offer to mediate between north korean the united states questioned number one number two prince harry yunos getting married a to megan markel an honor of you heard this but prince harry wants to invite former president barack obama and former first lady michelle obama their winning which will be in may you ready for this karen ridi you listening carefully because you asked me about this karen and i'm going to give you the answer when carried asked the question we all leap to attention government officials in the united kingdom are worried that such a move might anger donald trump might offend the current president of the united states this is report released yesterday by the sun it claims of a thirty fear a 33yearold royal and his wife to be hoped to invite the obamas but week we there's more they work planning to invite donald trump four on.