17 Burst results for "Dufy"
"dufy" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Now with these chips right which is fine. I like i. I have a hard time thinking the extra. Gp a ton of work but like fundamentally if you stop somebody on the street and say hey. There's a new iphone what he wanted to do. What would they tell you. One more core talks very specific streets the back alleys of shenzhen. She's like what do you want. She lives right next to video. It's very weird more battery life and better cameras that's it. That's what they did and maybe more drop proof. Yeah okay that's fair. But i think we've given up on that one probably apple. We feel like we had this conversation on the camera. The camera bump has gotten bigger yet again. The camera bump will be the back of the phone. Let's just get there like. Why are we pretending pixel six is like cruising in that direction. Yeah any number of chinese phones or crews in that direction. I all these companies night that people just put cases on their phone. The camera like irrelevant to that problem. Very few people are not immediately by case these funds. Right so i think the drop proof is like connected to that as much as anything. They know that you're gonna put a case on that said i. I've got a twelve ax. I've never once thought it was slow. Yeah my old ipad pro which has processor two generations old now. Still extremely fast like i. I think the processor element to this is like the phones last a long time and apple should be committed for it every year like yep. They've got a lot of headroom for it to last a long time. What what you're down to these particular is like the cameras are better in ways that we're gonna have to test the battery. Life is longer. And the pro max has a fancier screen so we've gone through the regular thirteen. We should go through the pros real quick. And then we can really start taking in so the pro. And the pro max. Both get high refresh rate screens We assume it's lt peo- that can go from ten hearts two hundred twenty yards and there's lots of details about how that works inside apps They also get a whole new camera system but they share the camera system. This time the pro. Max doesn't get a better camera this time. Which is great We can get into all the details of all the different specs but sort of the the long. The short of it is. They've all been improved. They all taken more light. And when i say they all they actually put a lot more effort into the ultra-wide and critically the telephoto lens seems to be much improved. Which i'm really excited about Same deal more battery life for both of these phones as well and across the prologue phones and the Regular phones it does not appear. They've made any changes to the selfie camera other than making the notch smaller which i mean it's a step it's like a it's like a scoop it's like very important to to clarify smaller means here okay. It's it's smaller. Yeah it's not thinner right right. You're not getting like what is important about the notches that eats into the vertical real estate of the screen right and it looks dufy and i don't even see it anymore. But yes what is important about. The notch is like from top to bottom that whole area of the notch is like kinda useless. Right you get the clock and you're to maybe some status indicators. When most people think intuitively the notch smaller. I'm sure you believe it got thinner. You get vertical. Real estate pack. That is not the still the same height. You get more horizontal real estate and guess what they do with it. Is it nothing it seems to be. That's where the satellite connectivity. Yeah there's a big empty part of the screen waiting for satellite indicators show up it's just to be clear it's less horizontal it's less wide. Yeah okay wanna just round out the new new stuff Both the regular thirteen and the pros get two new camera tricks. There are Profiles in photos. And there's a new cinematic mode in video and that kind of there's like other than that like they're slightly thicker the screens get slightly brighter Both all four of the phones but that's kind of batteries cameras and some stuff around the edges and determining whether this is well they made. They made the phones faster and cameras better. Or oh man. They made the battery better and they made the cameras better. Like it's hard to know. Apple is saying that this was not a bombastic event talking very big game about these cameras. Yes they keep saying. It's the biggest improvement on camera. Ever which is for apple alone is a a hetty claim like apple has made massive jumps and camera performance before the iphone four for example massive. Jump over three gs like so much so that that was when people started saying the iphone can replace a camera right. Nobody said that. Yes you're right. It did continues to have a camera. The iphone four people really started saying it when they added for video people. That's a huge jump I would say the jump from the iphone. Ten s to the iphone eleven. Yeah i thought the. Fm ten s had a bad camera. Eleven had a great camera. That's a huge jump. So the iphone twelve has a spectacular camera. So if you're gonna tell me it's the big trump you've ever made like oh boy you've got the camera to perform. It is like almost impossible level to meet that claim compared to apple's claims trends. I'm very excited to play with this camera. It's got light thrown our whatever doesn't have lights rope but so light tro. If you're not the deepest possible verge nerd like new. And she's like already in it with the deep verge nerds or but letcher was a startup. They made a camera that had like four hundred lenses on the back. they had a custom file format. And then you would take a picture and then could refocus anywhere. You wanted in real time on the picture after capture cinematic video. We still have to test it and see it works but it appears like it is using multiple cameras and it's portrait mode for video yup cameras and presumably the light sensor on on the pro phones is creating a depth map so one year capturing video..
"dufy" Discussed on Mom and Dad Are Fighting
"Now need to tell you that even with all this glowing publicity this incredible launch. The segway was a flop. Remember when dean lease factory to make six thousand segues a week. A year after launch wired magazine reported that the say factory was manufacturing ten segues a week. There isn't just one reason why the segue wasn't the smash and everyone thought it was gonna be. There are many i. It was expensive way too expensive. When you could finally order a segue cost five thousand dollars. Dean had built the most elegant piece of technology possible to medical level safety standards. The thing had to separate engines attached to two separate batteries. Just in case something failed and decca didn't know it was overpriced because dean obsessed with secrecy hadn't led his marketing guys do any market research whatsoever. The segue comes to market as something that is so expensive. You know doesn't meet an an existing obvious. Mass consumer need the story of silicon valley. Its main customer base. Are these Wealthy mechanical engineering nerds who probably built radios and computers in their basements when they were kids. That kind of customer base isn't big enough to change the world that can customer base. no offense. maybe also doesn't care that much about looking cool and that was the second strike against the segue it made you look kind of silly. This fact was the inspiration for the two thousand nine hit comedy. Paul lart ball. Cop starring kevin james security guard who rides a segue everywhere decides out of traffic. Get rid scooter. Out of traffic nick. Buckeye wrote pablo with james says that they basically knew they had a movie as soon as i saw him. All cop riding a segway think they've found a way to make the most non-threatening vehicle possible which is great for a guy who's trying to maintain law and order And there's something about the motion it's It is more graceful than threatening. And you put a big man on one of those things in your halfway to comedy right there. This is not at all. What do you came in was envisioning back in two thousand dean tried to convince steven spielberg that the cops and minority report should all be writing. Segues he thought that would mail the future cops on segues instead. He got paul blurt. Do you think the pablo helped to cement. In america's mind that the segway was uncall- or was it always on cool if the idea ever was. Will you know all the cool kids are going to be riding segues You know down to the sunset strip in nightclubs. That was not a good plan to begin with. We didn't put any nails in that coffin. The history of the segue post two thousand one is basically one long dark comedy compared to the high drama its development and funding and it only got darker the same year pablo came out dean cayman finally sold segue to a british millionaire named jimmy johnson. Jimmy hesse lynn loved segues. He had big dreams for the company. But that all ended in two thousand ten when he accidentally wrote his segue off a cliff. Matt furey is that he had one wheel that was too close to the cliff and couldn't get enough traction and it didn't communicate fast enough with the other wheel and it spun them and it spun him around and took them over. The cliff is a lot of theories. The machine is is not Totally full proof. Because fools were so ingenious you know as the old saying the death of the one guy who loved segues enough to invest in segue killed by his segue seemed basically to put a cap on the story of ginger. It was too expensive. it looked dufy. It was cursed. But i think there's another reason the segue failed. It has to do with the impossible dreams. Everyone had for it when it was a mystery. It was the coolest invention in the world. Once you saw. The segue was just a scooter. It could never quite recover from that. let down. and that's why. I can't stop thinking that the say way might still had a chance but for one thing. What if we hadn't done what we did. One of kurt andersen he was one of the founders of inside dot com. The site ran dozens of stories about it and put it on the cover of the first and only issue of inside magazine. He asked me what if it had never been leaked and over hyped in the first place one of her just been a thing that came out and being came did it and that alternate history is interesting because it would have had. I think different trajectory which is to say what if a twenty five year old dumps hadn't accidentally leaked to propose who knows what would have happened because after all this time. I do think the leak had a lot to do with how little i truly understood about publishing and how little we all understood about what the internet was about to become. I never told steve. My suspicions not speaking for this podcast. I still won't know who did it. Maybe you guys knew you were kind of cagey about that. I must say if you if you did. No never let me know. Afraid would go down with the machete or something. But i was very cagey about it because it became clear to me pretty early. That's probably what had happened was my fault. I explained steve. What's we made the deal with harvard. I did what agents did next. I sent the proposal to book. Scouts worked for foreign publishers. But was play-acting. I didn't really understand the way that ecosystem works that scouts trade material back and forth. They gossip they share and wants something enters that world. It's everywhere you ask an editor to keep a proposal secret. They'll do it. You ask a scout. You're basically telling them. Please don't do the thing. That is the whole point of your job. Once upon a time it wouldn't matter if a bunch of books scouts and their friends knew about this book proposal but all of a sudden sharing leapt the bounds of the real world and went online. Ginger was one of the first moments that web one point start to turn into the internet. We know now. The all encompassing media eating real world changing internet. I was rapes internet guy. I'd even coated the html on the scale agencies. Fancy website but. I completely failed to anticipate that. I'm sure i was cagey with you. Because i felt one hundred percent responsible for all the shit that was going down. I believe that you guys knew what you were doing. And that could have happened to anybody. But i see what you're saying. And i mean you're you're naive like i was naive. And that's what happens tonight. People they get take one in the forehead. I appreciate steve going easy on me. I stopped trying to be a literary agent. Not too long after. All the segue stuff happened for a lot of reasons but in the back of my mind there is always my sneaking suspicion that it was my carelessness. That ruined everything for steve. I didn't want to do that to another author. Steve did write the book on the segue. Though it's called reinventing the wheel it's a very very good portrait of innovation and of how a promising project can go completely off the rails now in two thousand twenty one steve camper just turned in another book his fourth ones about the last. Us ambassador japan before pearl harbor. He told me he thinks it's probably his last. When i ask. Steve what lesson. He took away from the ordeal of the segue story. He surprised me. It was a bad experience at the end but it was so worth it to write the to to live through it and then to write the book right or you don't get many chances at something like i got to do. Imbed yourself with this kind of group of people. This kind of main character until that story from the inside just doesn't happen so i wish i had another.
"dufy" Discussed on Product Manager Hub (PM Hub)
"Of your team. Dufy like stakeholders are supporting you than enough accident. Some of these questions of honesty collectively as dean did helps bing a culture of openness on the bean and make sure that the health of the distribution team is really obvious for everybody. Understand so places where we see Recently said melon are being sold by lung shared goals. Because it's uncared how this particular product will developing into the larger strategic goal Winning one so the side down and spent ample make sure that we clearly articulated. Here's how the company's strategy looks for the next year. Here's why products in bargained for the district objectives at doing that. Health monitoring regularly daily helps to make sure that you know there are gaps in terms of corrective. Your teams on how you can help our justin. Yeah is a really really good points. Now when next question's actually is a is a very Interesting when in the sense that i know a lot of my listeners. We've been waiting for this. How do you wish the culture in a when it comes to distributed teams. I think you mentioned you talked about you. Don't have the office experience no water cooler in the hallway band or something like that. But how do you go about tablets in the culture menu distributed. Yeah that's a hard one. I quickly here. That should alarm because the culture is not something. That's tangible.
"dufy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You s Oh, right. That's when you need to have a plan. And you know, one thing that a financial advisor should be able to do is help you with all these things. Now you want to work with somebody who's a registered investment advisor. That means that they have a fiduciary duty to do. It's in your best interest. And that means they also been working on a fee basis. Now, if they have the term registered representative on their card that means first and foremost, they have to work on a commission basis. They may be of the Dufy base planning, but they're mostly on a commission basis, and they're not really beholden to do what's in your best interest. So You know that be the things to look for. You know where we're actually go through your what Your plan is now you may say I don't have a plan. I know you're headed someplace. So we'll tell you where you're headed. We'll tell you what issues you got. When I look at your income plan, See how you're gonna get money out of retirement. Look at that investment plan. Where should those dollars being where they allocated right now? Look at the tax ramifications along the way. I mean, one of the dumb things I think is people who are financial advisors that say they don't do any tax advice. You know, that's like a doctor says I. I can't prescribe anything. I can't ever give you any sort of medicine or treatment. It's like what you gotta be all inclusive. On Then we're gonna look at the health care issues and legacy issues. And so that's the five things income investments, taxes, health care legacy. You know, those are the things that you know we want to have you Planned for and have make sure it's all setting up and running. And then if there's some issues we're gonna tell you. Hey, this is some of things that you need to fix. So if you want to book a time just to talk to us and see if this is right for you again, you give us a call 804 54 11 84 again 800 454 11 84 Oregon Book directly online at Wealth creator radio dot com or reaching into the wealth created radio mailbag. Right now we have another question for Eric. My dad is 78 years old, and we've been talking about his financial situation and trying to get his affairs in order before anything happens to him. I'm learning how unorganized things have been until now, and it seems like every other week he's calling me about another CD he found or He's remembering some other account. How do I make sure that we're not missing anything Mom or trying to account for all of his assets? Yeah, well, I was just meet with somebody who's price said it best. She was, like, You know, your parents, He always think they've done such a great job and you think they have it all together, and then you start working with them and finding all these assets and finding all these statements and you find out things. They're quite a mess, and they're not quite as organized as you thought they were. That it is wells. Things were, you know, we all have a perspective. I mean, we're all little kids and then our parents are big people in our eyes, right? You always have that little bit there. You know, still stuck in your head. And yeah, that's what those things where you have to watch out because you know it's bad when they're still alive. But when they're passed away, boy, you know how hard it is the fine assets then so you know, you really want to talk to them ahead of this time and make sure that they have it listed out. Make sure you're helping them. If they don't want you to involve this much it gets kind of awkward, but You know, just tell him. Hey, can you just make sure everything's listed some place? Um you know, some place that's easy enough to find right. You know what? I have it in some computer file that you can't get into or know where it is, or locked up in a safe deposit box that you don't have access to, But really, you want to start listening all that it working with your parents and We've actually done some webinars and other things about training, you know, working with as adult kids of what should parents be telling the kids and what don't kid should be talking to her parents about and you know it is really critical for that communication to be open and And really make sure people know what where everything is. And that's all part of your legacy. Planning. This is part of your blueprint to worry. Less wealth, right? Exactly. Hip. Yeah, You have to make sure that their power of attorney and all of those things I've been through that with my parents, and and then both of my in laws, But here is another question for you, Eric. We're reaching into the wealth Creator radio mailbag. I'm thinking about canceling my life insurance. My husband and I have accumulated around $3 million in retirement assets and we're planning on working for another 10 years because we enjoy what we do. All of our Children are grown. We don't really have any debt with the exception of our mortgage. It just seems silly to have life insurance at this stage of the game. What do you think, Eric? Well, yeah, that's one was tough ones, and I do get that quite often depends on what type of insurance right. So if it's term insurance, where you have to keep paying on it, or else it's going to go away. Typically, those start jumping up higher and higher as you get older. Yeah, lots times. Those ones are ones that you're gonna have to cancel. But often it maybe if it's something is permanent or something's got cash value..
"dufy" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"Things up a notch. Let's let's get a little nicholas cage action fair in here. We watched to jitsu common. You've seen this guy right now. Passes over the six years ago support a visitor from a distant galaxy. Poet warrior in the scifis space. Jake is this predator. For gamers anime weaves predator for dummies. That's for sure. What the fuck is this movie. predator for work meets world combat. I think would probably be the the tagline. If you're over one at seems a little bit more more aligned. His he has predator but like the alien has got like this dufy. Look in power. Rangers suits it's. I don't know this movie. This movie is just bad and it could have been fun. Because like that that twenty-second spot. You played with nicholas cage narrating that felt more riveting than anything than i saw in jujitsu which is hundred and two minutes of just how bad martial arts and not say that. The choreography is bad. Because there's actually some decent stuff in here but just the way that everything is presented is just all wrong. It does have a really weird feeling to it now. I.
"dufy" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"About. I don't know why talking about number shape in a long pandemic with us. This is what happens. This is like this. Flies off the rails. I actually think. I have so much going on that. Like my brain turns to mush. When i actually have to talk about it because i'm like who would pick a day like we're looking at real estate in las vegas right now. I'm constantly checking the real estate to. I know i honestly don't don't like the stress of it is almost deterring me from moving and it'll just make you take. The houses are so dope in lush. You're looking at so. I just want like every time i changed my mind. I look at the houses again. I'm like nope. I gotta go back. I gotta go there So i'm doing that. And then also fostering like a bunch of cats and try to get them homes and dealing with ring. Were one of them got adopted. A one friend multi is house right before she went to like some internment camp. I went to nikki's house like ground zero or something totally misread. That train hosts store. Oh sorry it's really sad me boy. She's having by betas. Picking on jesse fucking love this bridge. Okay change a thing about nikki thousand right before that because we were going to work on some stuff first thing. She sits down and like. How's it going and she's like trying to hold back tears. Because she's i don't know if i made the right to own this new paisley. Yeah it was like. I should have sa- swayed her decision like she was going for this one kitten and the nice switched to take the other way when now i don't know i like made the wrong choice by no initially want. She wanted kalou. Which okay get ready guys fluids like a sweet sweet little girl. She's like constantly checking up on her siblings and her mom and stuff. She's very very sweet. She's very cuddly and stuff but she needs another cat and my friend is like. I don't want her to get attached to my other cat. Because i need a companion because my cat left me from roommates. I was like okay. Maybe this one over here again is. He's like super fucking chill boy anywhere you put them. He just wants to be their faces. Soak soak you. He's like so dufy looking and he looks like a stoner like so dufy and like adventurous and he has loud purrs but then after she left so she got she was like okay guinness. That's the one and then she left. And i was like to make the wrong choice because guinness kind of lakes my cats would if he actually gets attached to that cat and qaluwa wouldn't of gotten attached to catch her. It was a big long thing in my head. And i went on a walk with steve and i like cried on the walk and then just came over right after the walk and i was like. I'm fucking everything we're all. Existence is like adorable exhausting accurate way to describe the right choice like cute and then like we still have damaged. See the video later of the new mom with the category house like clearly they love each other but it helped having you over because you needed someone to be like shut up. Sounds like you made the right choice. Knows like okay. And then i went into it more neutral natural state owned when i dropped a cat off. I don't know why i can't talk and And then the key like loved it immediately. He came out of his little. Like i'm home. And then he likes snuggled her immediately. We'll do that. The universe with lead you to make the right. You don't have to worry so much. True many were s. But i don't think you should foster any more cats because you nothing is good for you to motionless actually cried with that cat left. Oh cry cry and no bitch yeah Yeah when he's going to have the hardest time. I think letting. Go of the cats because the ringworm was actually a good thing. Because then you have to prolong it. Yeah true who got a lot of cats though. The cats are out isn't worms. That's another question because from if they've only been in your house leaving my house and they're all right they did go to the vet and got like spades. So maybe something happened there. I don't know the remorse. Spores are super contagious. So i don't know how long they live but leasing kittens just always have issues other year. Older yeah my cat is just getting worse. He learned how to scale up the curtains windows from attacks from above now yeah randomly jumps on things now like i don't know and then now that it's colder. He wants to cuddle even more at night so last night. All i get in the middle of the night is just like okay get closer you off man like he just tries to get so i don't even know anymore probably a kiss right. Yeah i definitely got something nelly just to get some shots. So that's awesome because one of my cats. She recently in the last few months. She has been the most cuddly bitch ever. And as soon as casey i settle in and our beds and it's like okay time to go to sleep. We turn off the lights immediately. You hear her like john. Vanish comes in between us. And then i grabbed her. Like i manhandle her and then she likes it though and she's just like put her under the sheets and she just off like cuddling with her and then by the time. I'm about to fall asleep. It's like she tucks me or something because she's like you're sleeping okay. And she leaves does away jumped out which my voice. I thought it was a folk showed the boy. My my cat does this thing. We're like okay. Pretend the on the cat and you're like big spooning me okay. So i'm laura y'all got to watch this one. Every night Oh cute against knows. Yeah yeah so he does that. And that's how we falls fucking adorable..
"dufy" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy
"Slash art. Slash glowing rectangles. These are the top stories of the week on the sub. Read it, and I win again. Okay, this is my sub. Read it, and I don't win that often I'm not always even in the top five of my own but LG velvet desktop mode better multitasking from some gadget guide, Dufy guy in dufy hat, talking about a feature that no one really uses I mean who really cares about getting more functionality out of their phones. Right am I right. Why would you? Why would you care to get more? Bang out of your buck? This guys so off the plot. That's not what average consumers want to do. Moving, right along. Trent Marshall, Samsung, galaxy, Buds, plus first impressions, a very thoughtful, pose for Mr. Tech Rant, coming in at number two, and I love these cases Rhino Shield the Rhino Shield case collection from Jabber, Tek He I. Don't think his cases are as cool as my wiener dog. Case So so Rhino Shield has cases, and I did a video on the iphone se collection because it's also really exciting that all of these cases work on the iphone eight also, but wiener dog is the correct answer if you're looking at a Rhino Shield. I. Don't see how anyone could objectively use a different case because this one's the best. Because it's Weiner dogs wearing sweaters. I mean that's adorable anyway. Jabber Tek rounding out our top three, and run it through the rest of the subway. We've got does tech how to clean a phone using UV UV light. We've got a poetic WHIZ. This is A. Excuse me. This is a channel I've never seen before eighty-five subscribers. And taking a look at. An IPAD OS fourteen some jerk and a hat. Talking about the peak design traveled Tripod. We've got viper a the man about tack commentary on the iphone twelve. We've got tk Bay in his livestream, looking at Jami That was a really interesting video. Oh, I didn't vote this. We've got painfully honest tech. His review of the razor blade pro seventeen me band review from Isa, we have a video from android fan droid Nick Gray site, nick raise been doing terrific work over at a android rebuilding the fans Royd community. And looking at the Moto G fast. So we've got all kinds of different commentary, reviewers, critiques, and a very broad collection of products. That's the exciting thing about A sub reddit like this is just seeing. What. Star Trek, videos you know if you've ever seen junk ball, junk balls, a great channel talking about Star Trek nerdy stuff arrive power, portable laptop batteries camera conversations. It's it's always interesting to me. When I looked through my youtube feed, and I see sort of a very manicured and narrowly focused conversation about tack, and then I get to go over to my sub reddit and there's an explosion of different. Conversations different products different creators is really exciting to me. Watching this community grow 'cause. We're getting a lot more. Submissions were getting a lot more votes. Please continue participating of voting and last week. I totally failed because we broke a thousand subscribers. And I tried to set up a livestream, and that totally fell apart. I'm going to try and do a celebratory stream. This Thursday I think it's going to have to be Thursday night, Pacific, daylight time, we'll see if I can make it a earlier than that, but I'm hoping to have my schedule sort of worked out to do a live stream on Thursday, but we are currently at one thousand, thirty, six, one thousand thirty members on glowing rectangles. It's starting to pick up a little bit more steam. It's growing organically. It's not like I'm trying to boost these numbers artificially, but It's been really exciting watching the watching this start to grow in earnest. It dot com slash art slash glowing rectangles. Support your local content. Creators find new stuff to watch. Don't get so bogged down on just like. One or two channels just because they're popular and I know when you go to subscribe to Youtube. Channel Youtube is GonNa be like Oh, well, you subscribe to this channel. What the thousand subscribers! Don't you also want to follow this creator with ten million? Maybe you do, but you also I feel like you've isn't reading the room on what it is that you're doing when you subscribe to that kind of stuff. That, com slash are slowing rectangles. Go check it out. Participate share content that you WANNA see supported that you want to see. Get more attention up vote. This could be a huge shot in the arm for someone just starting out or good reinforcement for someone who might be struggling under the current Youtube Algorithm. So. Reviews, I love me some junk ball. Those.
"dufy" Discussed on Dog Save The People
"About how dogs make our lives better. My name is John Bartlett. Bartlett host Rucci Vegas went through a really tough period in her life which led her to adopting her dog pony boy. He's been a big part prefer finding her way forward including traveling with her around forty eight states in counting pudding boys also helped her become a better listener and to become more open in working with her patients as she finishes up her psychiatry residency Rucci. Welcome to dogs the people. Well how are you today. Thank you so much for having me. I'd like to begin if you don't mind talking about your friend. chloe in how she changed your life I I'd love to. I met my friend. Chloe off of live journal. I must have been back in two thousand three two thousand four. We wound up going to the same college and we were very close. Host Venturi becoming roommates over. It's only Brook University. And she had just moved back to New York because she wasn't really happy in Portland. I happen to be downtown. I asked if she she would want to meet up. We talked for a long time. She laughed a lot and then we separated for the day and a couple of days later I saw that her father had changed his profile pic trump facebook up to a flame just a candle like a morning candle assumed that it was her grandmother who had passed away but when I looked at the comments I saw that a lot of them were saying I'm so sorry about chloe. They found out that pretty much like eight to ten hours. After we had separated she had gone home and she had committed suicide. It was horrible and it was a horrible experience for everybody. She meant a lot to me. She asked that in lieu of flowers for her funeral. That donations nations be made to the Portland Humane Society where she had adopted her cat face from. I'm very sorry about that. And there's no words I mean it's just that kind of loss especially suicide. There's so much to to grapple with and so many unanswered questions and it's kind of a chapter that will never that'd be finished so it's it's it's a tough one and I'm sorry so and I imagined this affected you very deeply and so how do you feel that this. It's loss if at all lead you to the Animal Care Centers of New York City. I've always wanted a dog and a lot of people that I know. Wait for this ideal time time in their life to get a dog. I have to have a backyard and they have to be making a certain amount of money and I have to have all of these things but I didn't have any of those things I just had this tremendous. It is whole that I wanted to fill and so I figured maybe it was the time so I went to animal care controlled just to look just to look to see if there is anyone anyone there that could consider and I walked out having had signed the paperwork for pony boy. So what was it like when you first. Hello my friends met me at the shelter and I had my heart set on this dog. They Mr Mercury in a Tuxedo from the website he was wearing a tie and he and his biggest smile Out and everyone said just. Don't come home with the dog that you can't walk away about ninety five pounds and Mr Mercury wait one hundred six pounds. I was really set on Mr Mercury but my friends took me in the back to a cage and they said I think this is your dog. I think you would work really well with him. He was wearing a blue Bandana thirty six pounds at that time and he didn't do anything he just looked at me and then he jumped up and put his positive and I thought maybe this is my dog. How that's just a beautiful story? So did you take him home that day I did and and when I was signing the paperwork thinking I live in an apartment. I'M IN MED school out of the House for sixteen hours a day. What am I doing? This is a terrible idea and asked. Can I put him on. Hold and look at him mm again in the morning and in that moment Honi whose name Lake was being walked back to his cage and he jumped on this little girl who smiled and her parents mild and they looked at the little girl and they looked looked at the dog and I thought get off my sign the paper. I picked him up the next day so his name is pony boy. Yes and how did the I know where that came from but how did how did you arrive at that wonderful. You know. Often we have dreams for ourselves. Nothing works out. The way we wanted to my dream for myself was a big newfoundland dog that was going to name after soda. Pop from the outsiders. Because you'd be really outgoing and really personable and he'd be funny and Cute Dufy so the name Soda. Pop didn't fit him because he had these super soulful deep is he didn't bark wasn't super silly so I thought why don't we name him pony boy taught me how to stay gold. He stayed gold himself to after being abused he was about a year old when we got him he had been thrown out already. What was historic? Do you know we know I bet. He came into the shelter tremendously underweight. I think he was like twenty five to thirty pounds and the shelter volunteers despite all the other animals in their care and everything that they have to do they meticulously fed him every day until he was a sustainable way and only then they put him out for adoption only then was he ready. How do you feel pony boy hoped up to three? You're grieving when I first brought him home. I guess I had this expectation that I never voiced to myself that everything would be easy because I have this dog now but we went through awesome frustrating moments like he bit when I got him he jumped he still jumps but he jumped a lot more when we got him. He went through the trash nonstop but getting pony. He was very supportive and he knew what was said and he was there for me when I was sad but we also worked a lot together on training. which is something we still love to do together? It helped me kind of synthesize all the grief. I was feeling into something. Good which would cost supplementation. It took the pain and it made it better and just having someone he didn't say anything didn't need to say anything having someone who was there non-judgmental it made a difference. Almost immediately lost my husband three years ago and my the three dogs were. They were my everything they got me up in the morning. They helped me work through stuff in a way that I feel three years later later so much better and it was because of them so you were in psychiatry. Psychiatry resident sued to be graduating. And how has pony influenced Winston. Inspired your own practice your own work. It's my job to treat everybody with the exact same amount of compassion and empathy regardless of what they've done because my job is not to judge them for to hold them in some sort of contempt. My job is to provide the best care I can for everyone and make picture. They feel listened and heard. I thought I could do that before I met pony and maybe I could in some capacity pony has a lot of tolerance for a lot of bullshit he can put up with anything and anyone and the fact that he spent the first year of his life in animal cruelty case a formative time when probably brain is still developing. And he he was able to cultivate trust and love for everyone and patience and tolerance for everyone maybe not squirrels but he was able to remain compassionate. So why shouldn't i. You also mentioned that you and pony boy have been traveling. You are an avid traveler and you typically would travel internationally and and since you've got pony boy how has that changed. Tensions driving on breaks from work. It's not glamorous. It's not a van life but we go wherever we can't whenever we can so far we'll have visited about forty eight states. May that amazing and we were talking earlier so Hawaii unfortunately is not on that list. Give it to be quarantined eighteen. Yeah exactly do you have any special stories or any favorite places that you have visited. I really loved left. Idaho did not expect to love Idaho so much but I happen to be there on a great day. It was. I'd Aho Gibbs which is like the first Thursday of every month's everyone was out promoting their charities and you get ten percent off of everything and there was a lot of free food out and a lot of it was at dog level so so it was a real community effort where everyone tried to help. Keep him away from the food. He wasn't really going to go for it. He doesn't do that unless he has permission but he was really enjoying the attention. uh-huh and so a lot of people told me a lot of stories that day about themselves. I've noticed that people just feel comfortable talking to me and I think it's because of him. I think he gets gets people to open up in a way because he just is so into everyone. You Find in New York as well that having pony boy opens up a whole new opportunity of uh-huh conversations. Absolute New York is such a dog city. Everybody loves their dog. Everybody loves to talk about their dog. And I've met through the shelter through Instagram and through through just walking on the street I've met so many people and everyone is so happy to meet him and everyone's so happy to learn about him. I have met so many people on the street that I never would be four or never I might have just walked by them now. Where can we find you and door? Pony boy on social media need that prancing using dot pony boy. Okay and that's on instagram. Fantastic so RUCCI. Thank you for joining us today of such a pleasure and good luck in your next steps in your career having me. He's a great good. Thank you I was really struck by how pony boy in many ways inspired Rucci and taught her and I think it's because he taught her through his own example he probably like many of our pets sits there listens to us. They have such an open heart and that open heart. I think translates in helps to open in our own hearts and I think that having lost her best friend Rucci was in such revolt. Place and pony boy came in and really was was able to help her heal and also to help her sense of empathy grow in such a way that is gonna be so valuable to her in her field. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of dog saved the people. A podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This shows a production.
"dufy" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"We're fucking thirty five minutes into this movie. You're still meeting. People okay so Harry Osborn has arrived and he is looking like Peter Parker from midway through Spiderman three with the the Dufy fucking haircut I've ever seen in my life that the IMO toby haircut from Spiderman three and I don't know if this is supposed to be like the thing out in Europe because that's apparently where he's been for however long just who who let you look like this i Miss James Franco every goddamn minute for he goes a great Harry Osborn ed so he shows up <hes> apparently Norman Osborn is dying of like Goblin Itis tell you he he very he very quickly makes the statement he says retroviral Hyperplasia Okay Harry both of these things retroviral and Hyperplasia Asia are things they are scientific medical terms okay but can you put them together is fashion together and it's nonsense. It's not a thing you were introducing me to a half dying Norman. I am leading Norman Osborn. One of the one of the greatest villains wins in these spiderman cannon being played by a Great Act after dying in shadow one seen what the fuck movie and the whole point of his scene is to drive home the fact fact that he was a horrible horrible parenting person so that we could get all of Harry's backstory but a waste. I know yeah so norman dies. Harry is bequeathed Oscar as I guess just because you know it's how it works. I leave my company to my son. It's the last great monarchy of American life and it seems like it's the end of the day today. Whatever went on today Hus- Corp it's over everyone's going home? I guess it's the Friday because it's fucking off at like twelve thirty everybody. Everybody is in that elevator at one time. The whole floor is in that elevator at which point B._J.. Novak Tells Max Oh you can't leave yet. You have to go down to you sector macguffin because there's a power problem down there at ease like but it's my birthday. He's like well happy birthday fuck you elevator door closes. MAX GOES DOWN TO SUB LEVEL J. I guess to the Power Plant of Oz Corp which is being run by electric us. Why are there any said why is the entire electrical all grid controlled by the Oscar building? Why is that even there so he goes he sees that the problem is is like up in the scaffolding? It looks like a random coupling got undone and I mean like to the point where it looks like somebody on undid it themselves just pulled apart because this thing is literally. It's a plug and receptacle Vijay Novak. It's like nine inches long which means this thing doesn't just undo itself now so he goes climbing up he gets on the radio. Tell him one of the guys I need you to cut power to this sector because I need to do something guy on the radio. She was like fuck you. I'm leaving for the day. This is the best maintenance department is a dangerous so the thing is like I was it was like whatever man you're on your own out and so instead of getting down going terminal turning off the sector doing this l. what screw it. I'm just GONNA. I'm GonNa Balance Very Very Precariously Carrie Asleep and I'll plug this thing in and he does and nothing happens. I guess it all worked. I kinda love this little to put it back into like it's it's hook or whatever with the rest of them then he gets electrocuted for some reason for some reason and then he falls off the scaffolding holding onto the wire and falls into the tank of electric eels. It's conveniently directly beneath electric power plant getting electrocuted drowning electrocute electrocuted even worse now that he's submerged in water and all of these electric eels are shocking him and biting justify this this whole thing so stupid because don have us like okay you have Oscar Bright and in the last movie they were doing genetic Shit right there the Lizard and everything and okay so maybe they're trying to figure out how eels create electricity out of their body..
"dufy" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"There robin. Band camp feeling just pure today. Wants some goodness in the world. I think it's about time. We get some goodness in the world is a cool story out of New York about how baseball in. This guy's words saved his life. Munesh? Jan was he went to Michigan few years ago to launch a magazine it failed. He winds up going to New York where he was totally lost. And he talked about he was depressed. He was suicidal. Here's what he said. NBC New York is a phenomenal city. I love this city with all my heart. But it can be a cripplingly low may city I've dealt with severe depression in my entire life and severe anxiety and just kind of not feeling like I belong anywhere that I literally going insane. Completely lost the will to live. Oh, wow. Benny remembered something he wanted to do and it sounds kinda dufy, but he wanted to do this ever since he was about six years old. He wanted to go to every baseball stadium in America. So the why he went to a Mets game. I started feeling a little bit better. So he decided I think it was in twenty thirteen to make that dream come true. So he he's done with it now. But he said it did wonders for them stealing alive again. And that was dealing connected again. It was the greatest feeling I've ever had in my tire life when I walk into a ballpark. I'm a baseball fan. And we're all baseball fans. It connects old young gay straight black white red hair. Blue hair tall skinny.
"dufy" Discussed on DirtCast
"I went into work still drunk, but I never drank at work. I can point to many scenes where I'm just gone dead behind the eyes. Well, I'm gonna look for that. Because I up into three movies. I've been like gushing about how much I loved any rat. Really kills it. Yeah. So this is like later on probably five six probably where this was like hanging comes at you fast. Yeah. But now he doesn't drink anymore. Yeah. What do you think of the movie so far? Josh, I think fantastic. We just watched a couple of days ago. We watched three we're do like little watch along MP threes relook play it, and you can sort of just talk about movies. It's talk about how much we love megani. Golan Dame Maggie Smith what a tragedy. What a treasure gosh. Those movies in general is just out of control good every actor who plays like a secondary tertiary character is just going so hard fantastic. We just got to the first director change, which is really cool like something's kind of reimagined between two and three. Yeah. And it's all krone. Yeah. Forgot about that. I had not seen the movies. And I was pleasantly surprised at how into them. I am. Yes. Like this is like a delightful raw fan. I'm down. I'm down to delightfully Rahm. Yeah. It is in kinda cute to like, watch them. Learn to act as the various it's even though it's like you guys should have done this in private. But what you're doing love it. Yes. I felt like Dan Radcliffe started out pretty good. And then becomes a pretty comes much better. And then her mining in the first movie is sort of like thinking about what an actor would do in doing it. Yeah. And then hopefully as the movies go on show like start to actually act and same. You can sick, you know, whatever, and Rupert Grint is sort of similar, but he has sort of a dufy columnist character. So it works east work for me. I love it. When you're up a slugs, I was dying. This facial Vanessa kid is doing coughing CGI slugs. It was. He's got a very expressive. Does I stepped out when he wanted to bully me a child used to tell me that I had Grint mouth that. Really office..
"dufy" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I'm not joking zero is ir. Smith. Can we stop with its Philadelphia thing? Listen, this is why I loved the Sixers acquiring Jimmy Butler. He's a real player. He's a real asset. Do you understand in the NBA? It took Anthony Davis. What five years to win a playoff series or six Anthony Davis Janas took four years to kind of like round his game off? There's three hundred seventy division one basketball programs on average go look in the last fifteen years. Two players come out. A college and can play first year last year. Donovan Mitchell, Utah Jason Tatum. Boston rookies, you're like, oh, they'll do compla- right now. The rest of them are emotionally ready aren't physically ready are never physically. Good and our bus and get hurt or emotionally like Marquel? Foltz not big enough for the room. Can we stop with these dufy nicknames the process, you know, what it was? There was this kind of analytic guy in the media love stories, and they love analytics because most media members are nerds, and they weren't athletes. And so they liked the slide ruler of sports. It makes them feel. I kind of belong I'm smarter than all these guys. Charles Barkley doesn't like he doesn't like analytics, but Charles Barkley, you know, is one of the greatest players of all time could actually play the game. So the media loves analytics, and I like manna Lennox little bit of analytics mostly I like watching men play at the high level NFL baseball, MLS, NFL, whatever it is. I'm not anti analytics. But I'm pro Manley. Jimmy Butler is van in a man who joylin be demand. He's a grown, man. And Ben Simmons is young six ten guardsman. Stop with all this process stuff..
"dufy" Discussed on DLC
"It's as if spider-man's been doing this a long time. He's been doing this for years, and there's a lot of back story and how they convey. That is really cool. Like he's constantly referencing things that happened in the past and and stuff that happens off screen at happened. You know, as backstory, you know, he's fought some of these villains before he's Hadra relationship with 'em in the past. Like there's stuff that is loaded and you can do that with Spiderman character because we know so much about it. All makes sense. It'll works. And there are a lot of quiet moments in sweet moments. I mean, so much is done right, and just the writing of this game, it's a beautifully written game. It's beautifully performed game. It really, I think, you know, God of War, I think pushed narrative forward in its own way. But again, it was this redemption tale. It was this sort of dark likeable protagonist, it was this grizzled hardened person kind of finding his heart Curio a kid who's heart on his sleeve, the whole time. It's just trying to do good and make make the world better place us don't see that in video games. You really don't. Now I do need to talk one of the gripes that I have the game, though is I have a few gripes, what am I groups is one of the major of. Impetus is I've, as I've outlined with the reward system with the currency system is the unlocked new costumes, and there's nothing I love more than costume in my superheroes. I was very excited and I was buying costumes. As soon as I had Ford him you on lock costumes as you move through the game, and there are twenty five thirty costumes in the game, all Spiderman. And I would say the first fifteen. I wouldn't just say I counted the first fifteen are dufy do fee, very frustrating. They all they all have cool powers. So the cool thing about this game is that a suit comes with a an ability that it gives you an ability or your focus ability that you build up focused by getting combos and then you can unleash that focus ability and very, very smartly. They realized that you need to be able to decouple the power with the look of the suit. So you. Unlock new suit that comes the power, but then you can keep that power and use a different suit. So you can look, however you want with any power you want, which thank you. Thank you. Thank you for doing that because I would have hated playing this game one of those dufy costumes from the beginning. But I did like some of the powers that they gave me. I stuck with the original costume. You don't start the game at the original costing the by it, but I bought the original costumes. The classic Spiderman costume, and I played the ninety percent of the game with it because I just wanna see all the cut scenes with classic Spidey. You know, you get some really cool costumes toward the end and some ones that you recognize from other versions of Spiderman. But boy, it takes a long time for those to open up and most of the you learn earn at the beginning of the game. I really do fee really, really not cool. So that's one of the Christmas. The other one is there are a lot for a game that is open world and seamless as this game as there are a lot of loading screens. And I know. I'm spoiled because there are a lot of games that just mask the loading screens got awarded. Did that was loading in in just masked it really, really well, but it has an effect on my experience of playing that game. And I wish that I sit and watch so many loading screens in Spiderman. It has more than I would like..
"dufy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Oh speaking of which is hard time about beat notre dame last year and they had to offense allowing gordon for in the top ten but isn't he notre dame guy day he's dummy football head to tv station sure just just go go there there not anymore paul they're not anymore you why because alabama and calls an sec okay that's why and he i mean you saw george did we went up around the house put more people in their frigging stadium than they could put in there and i it he's hell bent over that that's that's why you'll never stand i mean i i know that espn was bought out by disney put this like your your producer like frigging dufy as mickey mouse i'm happy they were hold on what about the guys that are there today randy and john i'll over i'm talking about john i don't know about any of that well john and kubiak knows anything anything to say as a mickey mouse and fine i'm not goofy right job will take shower i'm a he history darrell stone stones today mike snow says why isn't that where it would have some guys from this north big t and if it and pulls the number dating your your hate and on the sec i'm sure you've got acc fatigue that's understand there no hey darryl allow me to explain since i had a pretty big role in the hiring of both john and cuba.
"dufy" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"Where all of justin's responses things just become deep grunts one half centuries of just like no no no no no in them we'll be like we'll get some feedback we will we'll get some one stars from folks like to horny too old all right and then we'll hit a point where it's like that's the right age but maybe still little to horny so then you'll be like our walk back now i'm sixty and i'm just kinda horny and people like i miss it a little bit though out split the okay so there's a you're saying there's an exact age an exact horny nece yeah the x y access where they meet that's what we're looking for thank you yes yes yeah i'll work on it i feel like that should be in private more than in a public sort of forum like this is that fair to say yeah i wonder also the editor malla g of the word sex pot where the medieval times people like a lead boating a big pot of sex yikes where people getting in it to do six or they do insects to the pot fill it up with some good feeling wax they could just sort of make their own and explore the wax all of the above right and some of our low if you know what i mean so i'm still me but older and sexier ya travis you are what's going on with you you know i was a comedian on a stick in the mud not have any fine but i thought what if i instead okay got in the direction of maybe i'm actually just a little dufy and maybe also aware wolf cleanshaven travis maybe you take a turn being the youngest one and then all get replace by bam marge era.
"dufy" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Choice great well i just realized something i think i can't remember today tape those all back to back and the talking heads yeah we're going to have to put up with that all season only we'll see next episode i also like that going into this room i dunno this'll be a recurring thing but since the you know the previous queens were there we had you know derek barry on the sound and kimchi on the lights bob sweeping the stage again harboring the monet comparison jigs von soon with again the dufy est face ever mugging to the camera while she's operating that big ass camera which i loved let's take this time to talk about our guest judge for this episode the much height christina aguilera who makes a very unconventional entrance she comes in after the runway route asides to quote unquote bring back faira mon but as soon as she turns away from her profile everyone goes gaga ironically enough for christina aguilera liana what'd you think about christina's reveal here and how she was a guest judge overall airman got some work done yeah i thought it was fun i thought it was a different way to bring into guest judge and you sort of get that wow factor from the girls it was very reminiscent of the lady gaga because what was lady gaga fake drag name does ronnie running running yes so i don't think it wasn't as fun as that because i thought that that lady gaga up it was better but you know it was entertaining and i liked her as a judge i think she has a lot of experience obviously on the voice being a judge so she gave gee gave solid comments but it wasn't sort of an dragway was a little generic but it was really fun and really crazy that christina aguilera was a judge on the show it's a lot her comments were lodging eric i was not here for her as a guest judge i mean they might as well have had a paper doll there she she gave me nothing she was just all about being positive to the queen's whereas at least gaga had some critical comments for them in honestly could evaluate some of the things that weren't exactly right about some of the looks.
"dufy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I was fine the first thing the second i was so much for some this is a good run like can you believe they let me go come and be on the show the second time so i make it past if i'm the third person voted out a winner all around like i was like that like if i out last two other people that's so major yeah i have a baseball player story that i think is just funny so i join rocker nope no i like in my youth i was really good friends with jeeter right common noise and i spent a lot of time with him and we we became really good friends and he's saying him we're not friends anymore but we used to be and he was like i got the perfect guy from you know like some anymore i don't do so in the case of we hung out for years so when we were i moved to new york and he's like i've got a guy for you i'm bringing him out like blind date sil arod no no no i'll tell you i hope you'll know this so he goes i got this guy for you i am going to set you up with him because you're from florida at the time he like he played on the marlins he was like this is your dude like he's your wheelhouse he's a tall dufy looking white guy like this is your dude and i was like yes he brings them out and we hit it off and he goes i'd like to like i'd like to get i'd like to leave you tickets for my game tomorrow because we're playing the yankees and i think you you know i'd love to have you there i'm sorry there are playing the mets because they weren't playing the keys this is one of the reasons they didn't go so i go home that night and he says to me he goes i'm not playing tomorrow but i'd love to have you at the game then we can have dinner afterwards and i was like i was in my head i was like fucker like i'm gonna almana date someone's dozen fuck in play.