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"ed buried" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

08:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"ed buried" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Was something that was very important to their which is fine but the only thing that makes you include. That is how this may cause you. I'm telling you can go find jack easterby videos that are out there. Have been preaching all this crap and they're they're cringe-worthy to be honest with you but you can hear it. Sounds like any of those people like jolo josephine or any of that. That are selling you bag goods. They're easy it's easy for people to buy into because high energy and it's and it's joy it's it's about positivity and all that crap and i'm not trying to down on that but like when you listen to it i think you sit back and have a have a functioning brain you can hear through it. We'll listen obviously count. Mcnair was easy to get to and that families. When you sell that bag of good if you are like you said it's it's one thing to the church and that's okay everybody's got up but that can't be listen while they're trying to have a feel good feeling in the building with that it. They've turned people. Because it's one thing to to to that. Be part of your life. But as brian said he'd been a pamphlet on somebody else may not be part of their life. That's not being inclusive. Right matter of fact you turn people away. Make them non make an organization noninclusive if they feel uncomfortable because they don't pay the same way you do. Maybe that's what we need. We need somebody of a different faith. That's getting comfortable inside that office to come out and there's a scandal about just say that when they walk in there because somebody's don't start any religion hindu muslim names of religions for any of the nfl. Norman i mean any religion hovis whitney religion that you would take offense. Jackie should be preaching of the lord. Please stand up and go to. Si with the story he can preach it. You don't want that scandal. Come to us for the store scandal. Get him out preach it but you can preach it and he can live on. But i can't force you and make you feel uncomfortable building because you don't pray the same way i do. I just and you can't hire based on whitchurch ago to i at least i. I don't think you can get when we go to break. But you know what i feel like when i look in cal- when when i see cal talking to people when i say i almost feel you know when you stare to somebody and like a little dazed and confused and they're they're seeing you but they're not hearing you. Yeah you're wondering if that person is paying attention. But they're looking at you but they're not really looking at you they don't comprehend. Yeah right. that's no. That's the way i feel. I feel like when you're in it. Hey by the way. Jack may peterson is out. Hey we're gonna trade watson you cool with that. It gives them a big. Yeah sounds great to me. Hey david kelly you ever heard of him. No but you like him. Sure okay. Cool one of our guys. Great him cal. Guarantee you on november fifteenth on thanksgiving day had never heard of david kelly his life brian. Yeah that's nothing against david kelly. Nope sure did. What cow designed me an xs and os to walk. I want jackson cal to do against lie board. yes. I want to whiteboard session with them to prove to me what you know football wise. I wanna talk coverage. I wanna talk coach's responsibility. I wanna talk at all. Yeah that's gonna last about about a minute thirty and it'll be meet. Tm them up. And by the time. I get to two minutes. The session will be over. Not a good thing sportstalk. Seven ninety sean salisbury show. What is a good thing as soda at home program soda weight loss. See first of all if you've got an ego look better in your clothes. Here's the only negative about soda deliver eighty percent. That's not negative of your of your great nutrition at tastes delicious. I love the cereal one of my favorites among everything else. Twenty percents on you all this good food you can get and they teach you to eat right and deliver it to your home. And you have a nutritionist. She talked to. We can step on the scale and be accountable. Accountabilities important part not a diet not there's no magic pill this is a weight loss program. But here's the bad part about it. Is you have to go buy new clothes. What a bummer. Right your genes. Your your two sizes. Now you're smaller size of your jeans or falling off your ass. Guess what that's a good problem to have because it means you're healthier more productive means you got more energy you know feeling you had surgery decided to drop weight booming. Legs feel better. Same thing here. I'm telling you go to weight. Loss dot com and click on the nationwide tab in the upper left hand corner. It's making a huge impact on a lot of people for a lot of different reasons. Whatever your reason is it will work. It is the best. I got friends all over here. Losing weight i'm down. Forty plus pounds in the maintenance phase. They care it's not a magical pill it's a weight loss program and it'll change your life for the better soda. Weight loss dot com stands for state of the art sorta weight loss dot com french. This is the sean salisbury. Show very you guys. Know who. Larry flint is right. You've heard of him. Mc don't look. Don't google now tyler. Don't google don't say no. I know who it is right. Do you mc. The name sounds familiar. But i'll top my head. I'm i'm not sure to be honest with well. He passed away so recipes addresses soul dymally. It's crazy it's crazy Like ginger gilligan's islands eighty seventy only surviving member gilligan's island. You saw that right. I didn't like that show. Didn't know i just i never liked it. What do you do. do you think you'd date. I read had ginger or marianne the schoolgirl. Look i'm i'm i mean i know it's it may be surprised i don't like white women don't like white lab actually found this out about him last week. He likes white girls. I've never. I've never a white girl. You mean like like just like that's not hispanic or black. Yeah just just a pure all but man we all have our what were attracted to pay for it. He's not a fan of the white minority year. Not as your girl black or her mom is hispanic but her dad's black so she looks like she's black people but she is next. Okay so you just see why the moon's not for you. It's never been my cup of tea against them so neither one of them ginger or marianne not just not my style okay. I'll take both on like. Oh whoa hor oprah for you. Not going for oprah i mean she got great been within story by twenty feet of over before i was on a ski lift. You think abuse it now during our coffee on her porch. And she's waving oprah listen. I love me some oprah blessed you talking about a smart businesswoman. Well she's she's made a dollar a day. Yeah so you're more. I'm more i'm more of a one woman man. I got my one woman. They'd gone what you say. You'll take ginger. Ed buried both tyler. Blow asu after we gave them hell for like eight. And we're done. What are you gonna do the rest of the time. Tell me love them. He just put eight seconds on you. You like dacia bull you give eight seconds you pop off the board. You're done dude you. I mean you were held for eight seconds. Now i know you bring in a freight seconds but you start apologize around second three. I'm sorry so so you tyler. I can't do that to buy l. a. happening here started it. You said i'll take both. I'll take ball. He's not gonna take one all right. You don't wanna leave anybody out. I feel you. Sharon caring yes. It is okay. Larry flint is.

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"ed buried" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"ed buried" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"Simple. If you if anyone listening this is tried anything with a general purpose, surface optimize for consumers be Siri. It could be google. Times Alexa Cortana. Usually those things really. Are Not optimized all for specific industrial use case yen. Okay, the second thing is. I'd observe what has happened. Ed Buried very successfully in the healthcare sector. So the quick kind of analogy there is whistling somewhat. Similar idea, but again the healthcare sector just one company alone called nuance. Brilliant job kind of from a distance think last I understood they've about five hundred thousand. Users that are doctors, nurses, health practitioners doing this thing you're talking about to invoice capture against healthcare records, so the big benefit to them is a reduction in this this overwhelming painful. recordkeeping piece so critical mandatory yet 'cause it's a major. Of Major source of overwhelming and burn out for physicians and other people in health care. And the second thing is frankly they're taking their eyes off the patient. So, just literally at a personal human level for us to talk and communicate is so critical if someone's hurting and. Wants to be fully understood. Typically no one tells us. They want to see the doctor typing on computer for five minutes left. So that was kind of a little bit about the pain. We've seen some other industries healthcare also logistics. was. GonNa Vocal, act I think it's now part of Honeywell. That that used voice for the same thing hands free information capture while they do their job so. Role models, and said Hey, this be done in the global food sector. and. You said a couple of things there that really caught my attention so first of all you mentioned nuance right, and you have this super specific domain and I think this is really important here. Is that you know like of like to White? You're building and I'd like for you to speak to this this idea that you're creating lexicon of all the different types of vocabulary jargon all the different things that these types of all the different types of. Agriculture, workers would be using so I know that we used when we were talking beforehand. Use the example of you know if I'm working. In Saint Louis for example. We have a grocer here named gearbox If I'm the buyer I might be I, might refer to mold on a strawberry as a gray mold, whereas the you know the actual buyer grower for Driscoll's. WHO's supplying that refers to it by its actual SORTA like Latin medical name so, can you? But but but the beauty of this is that regardless of the to your system sort of it allows for those two to be captured and in it understands that there is a similar IRA. Affiliation between the two so links to it knows that you're basically capturing that same data point and I think this is really critical to understand about kind of the biggest challenge to this whole thing is you've got to both create a system? That's much more deep like you mentioned. Like Alexa for example, while it's extremely wide, doesn't really go very deep in terms of the lexicon in such. So can you speak a little bit about this fact? In this notion that what you're building is extremely. You know from a vertical standpoint. It goes really. Specific to the particular domain that you're building for. Sure so only build on the Stereo. You just mentioned so. It's by the way uber fantastic grocer. And they're in Saint. Louis Say there are working with a fruit supplier like the example you mentioned. In that particular case, a lay person could be PHARMACOPOEIA. Consumer could be person to inspection in the store would see something say it was a little bit of mold on a strawberry that had been there for days. It's called grey mold. But the same name is Bo. Try to scenario that would be the term just as you mentioned there that say the promised or the plant breeders, a further up the the the stream breeding new future varieties would actually us? We actually recognize boats. Those terms can rectify him because their synonyms of each other, but that's really really important your point because basically. The food production system and the way we speak in language you use is highly highly fragmented. There hasn't been a standardization effort around language that we know broadly like there has been saying healthcare. and. That's one of the things we're pioneering. That's why we are so. Interested to work with you know great ecosystems regions networks. They're really really deep in plant, science and or animal health, the case of the Kansas City animal health. Corridor And things like that because are the deep experts that we empower to do their jobs better, and so to break it down at a very functional level. You might read the Popular Press and say Oh. Just use a superficial intelligencing. That's really neat. But all you need is a truck. As you well know very very very large amount of data, and needs to be consistent on the running joke from silicon on show was hot, dog or not hot dog. And and US training on that, and then it knows what to do. Well, that's great, and we leverage that as a component. However, we then have. We didn't Mary with a super specific demand like case examples trumpers. In addition to that things often still perfect, we designed the entire system with what's called the human So user always has power to correct. Verify Jack on the spot in the moment, and that's the magical combination of of things that pulls altogether that we get to high nineties or been hundred percent source verified accuracy with him, so that's pretty magical because to us in our. To our users because for sixty years, speech records never been that good. Well I mean I. think that's a big you know if you kind of look back on the last like four or five years like why this new sudden emergence of these types of technologies I think so much of it comes down to the advancements in NLP and so you know just like the accuracy of the way in which these things can detect what you're saying, and so that makes sense to me but I think another big facet of this that I. WanNa ask you about. probably what has been the biggest barrier today you know going back to what I said earlier. You know a lot of these different agriculture professionals are they've sort of been using You know we might think of him. As like archaic methods, but big reason behind that is because so many of them. Don't have Internet connection and so I wanted to speak a little bit about AAC. Can you give us a sense of what that big picture looks like? In terms of how many actually have Internet access and then? Then I would love to hear you. Speak a little bit about you know what you're enabling with the edge for current day, and how you can use the edge to alleviate some of these things, but even broader had mentioned some really cool things that were going on particularly around spacex and some of the conversations. You've had them so.

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"ed buried" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

Future Ear Radio

06:04 min | 7 months ago

"ed buried" Discussed on Future Ear Radio

"Fascinating space because it seems, everyone is interested in voice. Everyone's willing to try and trial. It <hes> but <hes> we. We really here's got sparked. So about five years ago <hes> many people might remember that. Google did a public competition. For. Smart Glasses and they primarily aimed at you. Know vast majority that at the consumer market. But when I saw the device first floor in about it as a possible successor, initially compliment, but possible successor to the smartphone itself. I was really intrigued. At could be A. Very useful very practical everyday hands on tool to help people collect a saying for example in any industrial use case. And I just knew that intuitively because of Mine Akron grown up on the farm, families still farms in total like my a father brother GonNA cousins farm about ten thousand acres in western Missouri. <hes> uncles Nance also have an portrait of a forty thousand apple trees. Really Groping really neat, fascinating, rich diverse environment for for agricultural. <hes> work in the short versions observe was her hands on intense job, so when hands free tool came along I was interested tried out, so the specific origin story was. Through my name in the ring. In a you know Google did a public competition said. What would you do if you had this device? And I said well, if I had glass I would help. Farmers Growers Connect with consumers and show how their food is grown in a safe and environmentally responsible way so effectively the type of communications platform. To allow the world of agriculture to connect with the world of consumers, which usually has a lot of. Differences are GonNa Misunderstandings and the simple version is I was I was fortunate I was selected. <hes> and <hes> went through the list of the eight thousand people selected, and only five even mentioned the word agriculture. Got, this, device that has intriguing possibility, it's tested and so I actually I got the device in Los, Angeles I fully can say Missouri, and I went and test it with farmers the next day, so the first place in the world, smart glasses retested in the in the food production sector, anyway at least to general purpose, you know mass device. On Google's device was in western cooler bar. That's so cool, yeah! I think that's super interesting and you mentioned something there. You know hands busy labor intensive like that's where I think that. This is where it really caught. My attention is this. Is this notion that you know you think about that type of job? If you're a grower, you're a farmer <hes> more times than not I would imagine that you are doing things that are really. Really preoccupying yourself, but I think that as I've learned a little bit about your product, <hes> it really allows for them to continue to do the job that they're doing, but also sort of take care of a lot of different <hes> like almost like clerical work right like this is what I did today. These were the amount of bushels of apples that I picked. The right s you know kind of going like one by one <hes> and you can do this all on the go and and I. Just think that's so interesting, because clearly as you know, I would imagine that would the type of feedback that you've gotten is like this is a really positive thing because it allows me to do my job just way more efficiently than I had been doing it can. Can you speak a little bit to that idea of like how this tool serves that type of professional? Assure so a couple of examples quicken in that you know toying with the device on my whole goal was to put that. SMART glasses in a lot of people's hands, which I I got to meet with about eight hundred people over the course of a year <hes> <hes> people were from. Slightly more than twenty different countries got very diverse input and Dave. Two things came out loud and clear was. Screaming need for hands free device. NC exactly what you said was people already with a hands on job, sometimes a full professional job, not just if you will caller, but all of them have an escalating need to capture information as they're doing their job and they don't WanNa stop work doesn't sound like a big deal. Many people saying office, but this this stops ten twenty or thirty percent of their day by today's recordkeeping, which is really not frankly they're usually. They're talented their passion. But the the second thing that came out in their search was the voice recognition absolutely sucked. So these people have specialized dedicated jobs there. People could veterinarians a plant scientists agronomist. Machinery inspectors repair support in a very specific jobs. Basically, they have a very specific vocabulary or dictionary or lexicon. If you will a things they need to do the reports and pretty simple. If you if anyone listening this is tried anything with a general purpose, surface <unk> optimize for consumers <hes> be Siri. It could be google. Times Alexa Cortana. Usually those things really. Are Not optimized all for specific industrial use case yen. Okay, <hes>, the second thing is. I'd observe what has happened. Ed Buried very successfully in the healthcare sector. So the quick kind of analogy there is whistling <hes> somewhat. Similar idea, but again the healthcare sector just one company alone called nuance. Brilliant job kind of from a distance think last I understood they've about five hundred thousand. Users that are doctors, nurses, health practitioners doing this thing you're talking about to invoice capture against healthcare records, so the big benefit to them is a reduction in this this overwhelming painful. recordkeeping piece so critical mandatory yet 'cause it's a major. Of Major source of overwhelming and burn out for physicians and other people in health care. And the second thing is frankly they're taking their eyes off the patient.

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Bruce Rasa - AgVoice: Voice Tech for the Farm

Future Ear Radio

06:04 min | 7 months ago

Bruce Rasa - AgVoice: Voice Tech for the Farm

"Fascinating space because it seems, everyone is interested in voice. Everyone's willing to try and trial. It but we. We really here's got sparked. So about five years ago many people might remember that. Google did a public competition. For. Smart Glasses and they primarily aimed at you. Know vast majority that at the consumer market. But when I saw the device first floor in about it as a possible successor, initially compliment, but possible successor to the smartphone itself. I was really intrigued. At could be A. Very useful very practical everyday hands on tool to help people collect a saying for example in any industrial use case. And I just knew that intuitively because of Mine Akron grown up on the farm, families still farms in total like my a father brother GonNA cousins farm about ten thousand acres in western Missouri. uncles Nance also have an portrait of a forty thousand apple trees. Really Groping really neat, fascinating, rich diverse environment for for agricultural. work in the short versions observe was her hands on intense job, so when hands free tool came along I was interested tried out, so the specific origin story was. Through my name in the ring. In a you know Google did a public competition said. What would you do if you had this device? And I said well, if I had glass I would help. Farmers Growers Connect with consumers and show how their food is grown in a safe and environmentally responsible way so effectively the type of communications platform. To allow the world of agriculture to connect with the world of consumers, which usually has a lot of. Differences are GonNa Misunderstandings and the simple version is I was I was fortunate I was selected. and went through the list of the eight thousand people selected, and only five even mentioned the word agriculture. Got, this, device that has intriguing possibility, it's tested and so I actually I got the device in Los, Angeles I fully can say Missouri, and I went and test it with farmers the next day, so the first place in the world, smart glasses retested in the in the food production sector, anyway at least to general purpose, you know mass device. On Google's device was in western cooler bar. That's so cool, yeah! I think that's super interesting and you mentioned something there. You know hands busy labor intensive like that's where I think that. This is where it really caught. My attention is this. Is this notion that you know you think about that type of job? If you're a grower, you're a farmer more times than not I would imagine that you are doing things that are really. Really preoccupying yourself, but I think that as I've learned a little bit about your product, it really allows for them to continue to do the job that they're doing, but also sort of take care of a lot of different like almost like clerical work right like this is what I did today. These were the amount of bushels of apples that I picked. The right s you know kind of going like one by one and you can do this all on the go and and I. Just think that's so interesting, because clearly as you know, I would imagine that would the type of feedback that you've gotten is like this is a really positive thing because it allows me to do my job just way more efficiently than I had been doing it can. Can you speak a little bit to that idea of like how this tool serves that type of professional? Assure so a couple of examples quicken in that you know toying with the device on my whole goal was to put that. SMART glasses in a lot of people's hands, which I I got to meet with about eight hundred people over the course of a year people were from. Slightly more than twenty different countries got very diverse input and Dave. Two things came out loud and clear was. Screaming need for hands free device. NC exactly what you said was people already with a hands on job, sometimes a full professional job, not just if you will caller, but all of them have an escalating need to capture information as they're doing their job and they don't WanNa stop work doesn't sound like a big deal. Many people saying office, but this this stops ten twenty or thirty percent of their day by today's recordkeeping, which is really not frankly they're usually. They're talented their passion. But the the second thing that came out in their search was the voice recognition absolutely sucked. So these people have specialized dedicated jobs there. People could veterinarians a plant scientists agronomist. Machinery inspectors repair support in a very specific jobs. Basically, they have a very specific vocabulary or dictionary or lexicon. If you will a things they need to do the reports and pretty simple. If you if anyone listening this is tried anything with a general purpose, surface optimize for consumers be Siri. It could be google. Times Alexa Cortana. Usually those things really. Are Not optimized all for specific industrial use case yen. Okay, the second thing is. I'd observe what has happened. Ed Buried very successfully in the healthcare sector. So the quick kind of analogy there is whistling somewhat. Similar idea, but again the healthcare sector just one company alone called nuance. Brilliant job kind of from a distance think last I understood they've about five hundred thousand. Users that are doctors, nurses, health practitioners doing this thing you're talking about to invoice capture against healthcare records, so the big benefit to them is a reduction in this this overwhelming painful. recordkeeping piece so critical mandatory yet 'cause it's a major. Of Major source of overwhelming and burn out for physicians and other people in health care. And the second thing is frankly they're taking their eyes off the patient.

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"ed buried" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

09:26 min | 9 months ago

"ed buried" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Feels like there's sort of this through line that I'm catching between these records. I mean if I have an incredible Saxon pair on the road with me. Jody Minerva. Who's been with me for like eight years now my guide and he's Kinda shot at. Thanks you really. He's the one we like you just know is going to be shelled throughout the plus life there everything but we eleven do those facts on stage and something had happened him. I don't know what it is that lakes. He's literally on his back spinning Lexi. How coming transform people into like their their full crazy intense outs. It seems like giving people a lot of permission to stretch beyond their own emotional comfort. He truly fins on his back. You need to see and I do need to see that Christly ACA. Yeah you would never expect it. I like hearing about the genesis of this song because now I can almost read like dual meaning into it. It's want you in my room in the sense of like that romantic relationship but hearing you keep talking about the room where you and Jack made the song as this place of like freedom in possibility makes me think that this is like a song about a safe space for creativity. Something like I want you in my room so we can make music together. Yeah exactly I think I think the music video kind of bizarre to was very important to me. The band was a part of it. And so we actually have demise like different furniture playing like the backbone is the plants life tavern is like. I think he's a chair with arms playing his guitar and it was funny on the shoot because I had asked him to come join it. Toughest about three hours into sitting in his chair was like couldn't anyone and so we knew it had to be you been hot. Let a great celebration of collaboration dedicated is is a wonderful record. And we really enjoy it. Her your instructions. I been listening to it while cleaning my house recently because now my home a lot and making a lot of but you have a new record arriving and we want to talk about that right. After the break one of the things that's helping me stay centered right now is exercising and listening to music exercising might be a generous description of leisurely walking a miniature poodle while listening to Caroline. Pull the check but it definitely counts as something and when. I'm exercising on my feet. I'm wearing the tree dasher. From Albert's it's the world's first performance running shoe made from premium natural materials. I'm immediately skeptical of hearing the words running shoe but I have a pair running shoes and every time I wear them. My wife gives me the most alarming looks But the tree dashers from all birds. Don't even listen like raised eyebrow. They look good. They are super comfortable. And there's sustainably made with ECO friendly materials like certified to fiber Merino Wool. They have cane derived souls. That's sends a never thought. I would say I really love that. I had the opportunity to. They're also good for you know actual old exercise as well. If you're into that with the new all birds tree Dasher feel confident knowing that you can run hard and tread light on the planet. Find your pair at all. Birds DOT COM. Hey It's Charlie and I want to talk to you about our friends over at New York magazine. Nate and I both read a lot of New York magazine. That's N Y MAG DOT COM home to the BI weekly print magazine and the Award Winning Publications Vulture Music Culture coverage the cut Intelligencer Rub Street and the strategist. You'll find guards on what to Stream. Watch and read right now and how to shop the Internet smartly all in one place when you sign up for digital subscription you. Get your first month free. That's four weeks to read as much as you want including the best of albums and movies of twenty twenty so far and in-depth interviews with some of our favorite musicians such as thunder cat Angel Olsen. And you can start your free trial today. And why MAG dot com slash upon pop. That's NY MAG dot com slash on Palm You have a brand new release. Yes well I mean I had a reputation with my label into I think at this point. It's kind of common knowledge that I'm a bit of an overrated. Would he be well? I write all the time even when the projects right now already like. Just it's very therapeutic to me. It's my greatest joy so it's not just like this is my job. It's like something that I am very passionate about so I picked. The truth is by the time emotion was ready. I had two hundred sounds to select from in same with dedicated so why my publisher says store. Songs made sheets like a chipmunk but it was really hard to select because there was a lot of different places that experimented with. It wasn't enough me just to share the wine. I like. It always kind of knew that I wanted to be. A two album was really fun to that with motion to the site said when I don Sabam Link. Would it be weird? Released like a fifty song. Welk's get where we'll start with. We'll start with seventeen and we'll get to the rest later so and it kind of funds to do it on the one year anniversary kind of making traditional Batman books. You're not alone in that. The Songwriter Irving Berlin had what he called his trunk songs which was a literally a trunk filled with hundreds of songs that had never been published and occasionally he would pull one out and it became like. God Bless America. Asong that sad in trunk for thirty years and then he was like. Let's try this Eric then it almost became the national anthem. I have an entire. I call them like albums Ed buried in my backyard. Like ENTIRE ALBUM DISCUSSES SWEAT. That was really fun to make. Though I really change like my friends and family groping me select the ones but courier good example of that that was never been a voice A cartoon in there like to have any tunes. Medical One's very like the adjective could work so so say you have hundred songs buried in your backyard. How do you choose which ones go on the album? I go a little crazy. That's sort of when I do turn to my friends and my family. We have like. He's listening parties at my house. Riders feed everyone and give them Mike copious amounts of wind hope that they will have opinions about it if they want to and I am very passionately opinionated friends who are generous enough to give me the time at age like listen through not all two hundred time but like a couple times a couple and and and then they all send in their votes to me like my bandmates. Do my manager Dizin them Mike. My girlfriend Alex I mean she sounds me notes in the night and so immature starts to the at least I think like a common sixty eight. They're all kind of resonating with people and that really helps me. And then I kind of just pick the rest myself. They're my favorites and fill in the blanks of like what's missing from the album. And I take the quake seriously as like being a whole body of work that I really. I don't know that I really WANNA get right. So if there's like alright the songs for energy level and if they're any fives what's a to where we put the one and then I also like rate the songs on subject matter Magog Eighty follow. Were like what with was interesting. And then I'll kind of look for all the different color. Coding involves boarded. Yeah like When you're trying to catch a serial killer or something. You're like connecting play computer mind actually. It's embarrassing do. They have them out about my house and forget them favor having somebody come over beforehand. There are a lot of songs that we could talk about on. Besides what we wanted to select one. That was personal favourite and actually happened to continue this window metaphor. You have the second truck off of your besides of dedicated is called window.

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"ed buried" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

10:22 min | 11 months ago

"ed buried" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"People Stevens advocates for a racial group are trying to betray the problem within that one bearable kind of outlook because they're trying to direct some sort of social support care concern for those people and certainly we should be dry all those things. I think for people who are at risk for people who do fall ill people who are in danger of dying For people who don't have social support people don't have economic or it's but I don't think we should be drawing those lines based on a social fiction like race when when you know to go back to raise craft. This is not a racial characteristic. Racial and it's not characteristic. It struck me when I when I saw that. This narrative was starting to emerge. And it's something that I hadn't even thought to myself this. This is the way this will manifest itself. Oftentimes even just sort of see it. Being telegraphed but I didn't I didn't see it and it might be because I've just so caught up in the whole thing in there is so much that we don't understand about the corona virus Kovin pandemic and we're actively trying to figure it out. You'll read piece after piece in various publications from learned scholars. And you can remember sort of careening from from week to week here where we didn't initially no if it was moving human-to-human we didn't know about the a symptom contagion. That was happening. We still have serious questions about just. What percentage of the population has actually walking around with this thing and we're actively trying to out what epidemiological risk factors are most significant. And we do know some things. We do know that age tends to be a pretty strong determinate earlier. This week I saw some reporting about obesity being something that was highly correlated with hospitalization related to this but the fact that race has been injected into the conversation and the fact that so many people. Almost I don't know I don't want to go to motive necessarily but it sort of feel like there was almost a sense of relief. This is this is somehow familiar again. There is a way that we can engage with this story. That is almost like from the time before Kovin dominated so much of our attention but rather than being you know this familiar handhold that helps us. Wrap our hands around this situation and understand it better. In at a minimum we end up. Having really protracted conversations about the broader universe problems related to race and healthcare disparities. Because it simply isn't obvious how the Cova did race angle actually does help us wrap our hands around the pandemic and arrive at solutions on one of the things that I saw that stood out to me. Was this story that I saw published From ap about the New York subway system and how abysmally it's been run in the midst of the pandemic and the story. Ed Buried in it the fact that forty one. Mta WORKERS HAD SUCCUMB TO KOBE. Which is really pretty startling. Shocking data point and as I've watched it's become even more clear that the city simply is not doing anything merely significant enough in terms of making certain. The train cars are clean. I think sometime around like either Sunday or Monday reported that it takes about seventy two hours for them to clean the entire fleet of trains. And it hasn't been so far as I can tell a national conversation that a city that overwhelmingly depends on mass transit where people still have to use this both to get to work and in some cases to access groceries and other things that these train cars are either not being cleaned often enough have become essentially homes for the homeless or are all too frequently still very crowded because of the inefficient way. They're being operated like all of that is happening. And the principle thing that's been discussed all over the media landscape amongst politicians in the news conferences with the president of the United States and various governors and mayors is whether or not there's a racial disparity related to the corona virus. Or what's driving the racial disparity and that just seems so wildly out of phase to me and so potentially dangerous. I wanted to pick up on one thing. He said which was that. You almost felt as if people felt relief when race angle emerged on the corona virus. And I understand what you mean when you say that because I think there there are a lot of people who have forgotten if they ever knew how to fight for justice in a way. That isn't racialist what I mean by that is for for most of American history. There was a powerful conceptual language of colorblind. For lack of a better word justice universal justice away to satisfy the part of yourself. That deeply wants to fight for a better world without race being an important concept. You know if you were fighting racism it was. It wasn't because of any kind of provincial concern with any one race or the other but just a general concern for human beings as such a desire for no one to experience bias but there is I think I think in the past few decades you know more so in the past few years there are many people whose whole education in fighting for justice has been so deeply submerged in in the notion of Racial Justice. That we it's almost like as a country. We've lost a second language that we haven't used in a long time so I do think there was a little bit of a sigh of relief from people who who felt like they wouldn't also would know to say or think about the crisis if if there was no racial angle and then another thing I wanted to say I think there are two different arguments being made one is one is more nuanced in one is is less nuanced in therefore Easier to argue against the less nuanced. One is of course that racism. How causally important here. So that's why we need to focus on it. I think barring some kind of genetic evidence that hasn't come to light. I'm not sure I don't think that's I don't think it's going to come out that current That black skin is highly correlated with the gene. That makes you ten times more likely to dive covert. That could be true. But I don't think that's that's going to be the case you know. I think in France where you're literally not allowed to collect racial data at all. I don't think that's going to be a public policy liability for them. I don't think there will be a single additional death because they have that policy whereas for example we can see the the the racial data. And that's the perfect way to cut through confusion like a nice on this issue but then there's the more nuanced argument. Which is that. Okay sure it's not that black people. Disproportionately have some gene or Hispanics have some gene that make them more likely. But it's two hundred fifty years of Structural Racism Slavery and Jim Crow and redlining Have left black people in poverty and a relative to whites and more Stressed and therefore more likely to suffer from all of these comber biddies like as mine obesity. And because those those were policies that America perpetrated you know in some sense? That's the reason because those those policies were man-made or the virus it's a it's an act of God but vast man made and so America put black people in that situation and that's why they're dying of it more than white people and isn't that a reason why it's valid to focus on race so that's that's like the more new version of the argument. I'm curious what what you think of that argument. I'm alien comfortable with talking about groups of people as if it's just one person right like it's like a flat image lake. There is an ex group that X. Group is in a certain scenario all all members of that group in that scenario. I mean I mean first of all the majority of Americans don't even have this disease right like the ones who are suffering are the ones who have it or wants who will get it soon. So it's difficult to really talk about these collected groups in that you know they're they're a Sony. People are healthy or fortunate. Right now I'll give you an example. There is actually I. There's some genetic reasons as it's not. It's not purely social construction but there's genetic reasons why South Asians tend to be more prone to heart disease. I read about this for a long time We have better diets. I'll take on the world but we still more prone to this So he didn't get didn't look out gene pool But then if someone were to say South Asians have at worst or you know stop as are underprivileged or so on so forth. I think that's what I am but I don't have heart disease right. Like maybe in some kind of group that you can create. I'm also in other groups Improv comedy along improvisor. I Play Guitar I. I'm a journalist. I didn't many groups that you can make but the actual cause of social concerning compassion. I think would be somebody who has our disease right and I just don't have it too speaking of Bo. Who we all go to this summer. Dream will be in the group they will be African American or they will be something is being described. Many of them won't be many people who are African. American will never be at risk of this like a young healthy person. It works from home as health insurance so.

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"ed buried" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"ed buried" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"I know that you can't really judge this thing until they get everybody back, but they did have random back last night. But still no Soto still Notre Turner still no Ryan Zimmerman, you know, but they the. It's early but it's getting late at swiftly. It's early. I mean that saying again, it's getting later -ly. Yeah. It's getting later. So they're seven games under five hundred. You know, the last time they were seven games under five hundred. I don't two thousand eleven that was before this stretch of when they were actually good. And here's where we're at right now. Yeah, you can't entirely they're not healthy. That's obviously a problem. But the situation that even when they're healthy unless you you expect them to be the best team in baseball. They're still going to finish around or below five hundred. David Scone field. ESPN senior baseball writer wrote a story after the game last night, titled real or not the nationals are in trouble. And so as Dave Martinez, and he goes on to know to talk about a couple of things, including basically putting dusty Baker and Dave Martinez. His record side by side. You know, this was a we don't wanna pay him. We don't think he's good enough. We we haven't gotten through in the postseason move in. Now, you got a guy that can't even get him close to the postseason. And by the way last night when they lost. You know, you gotta Harper hitting a grand slam in Harper's not is not putting up big numbers. So far, I think that might be coming soon. But whatever the nets are in trouble and they finish up this series in Milwaukee today with an afternoon game. And I think it's heloc sin who's pitching. Yes. And then they get four games against the dodgers. Fortunately for them. Guess they don't have to face Kershaw right now. A based on the schedule because was looking at that last night there today, right? He must pitch today. So they won't have to face Clayton Kershaw in that series NBA playoffs last night. I did watch. I watched all the Toronto game or till got completely out of control. I loved it. I that's my team right now in this postseason now before the postseason started. I picked them to represent the east in the NBA finals, and you know, watching Milwaukee dismantled Boston, you know, that that'll be a hell of a series. I don't know how many people will be interested in it and their series with Bill Adelphia's not over yet. They're just up three to two they won last night by thirty six at one point. They were up by more than forty in a game. By the way last night. We're Leonard who was brilliant in every aspect of the game. But last night was the first night where he started off cold. He could not get a shot to go down still at time. I think he had thirteen points, ten rebounds, something like that. And he finished with twenty one points, thirteen rebounds and facilitated very well last night, the key for the raptors was that Kyle Lowry played so aggressively right from the jump. I loved the way he played. And he played desperate on both ends of the floor. He knocked down some shots. And he finished with nineteen points, five six rebounds and played really good defensively. Sometimes matched up against Butler. Now, they switch a lot defensively. But a lot of times he was matched up against Butler. So Toronto routes Philly in game five in a game five in which Joel Embiid had five points at halftime and finished with thirteen points and six rebounds. Once again, looking very sick. And apparently had respiratory issues last night that before that I don't know if it was stomach or or cold or whatever, but he's on the floor. But man does he play the I'm sick card. Really? Well, he's you know, hangdog in it throughout on the bench. He's got his Ed buried in his towel. I mean, it is quite the watch to see Joel Embiid. Sick and out on the basketball floor. I mean, this guy is a guy you can tell he's a guy that would call in sick to work ten times..

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"ed buried" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ed buried" Discussed on About Last Night

"Brother was gunned down about a week ago in speaking a gun downer's fastball slider is out in other business not a bad move after you don't even get into your safety school the much about the brother blinded numerous colleges did not get the the grinds jayme it he is now gone and so is the yankee and so is the inning gold gained a dangerous drug never done it have done a we brownie a time a tried to fuck inflatable kid pools my stepdad's barbecue anyway here's computer up to that way it's a two and one count back at a lee fifty five years old the of says ed buried a thorough rose bother you staggeringly hit hill on a daily basis in the basement with young yang rats good your give you feel good about that one well they he ito buterere actually the feds his father says if it wasn't for him he'd never nodded with an open stats because if you're gonna catch a rat you gotta do will do its any way areas these strikes extra eggs out again never had a rude about rory what was comedy like in greenville south carolina let's take a step back with me if you will army wasn't when i started the was in but when you were kiddo what made you laugh or were you just like on your own think i was just a class clown anything on certain things on tv i care more specifically like what i was into i mean i think we probably all went through the same snl phase at the same time but i don't really i don't i don't know why you didn't see anything that made you go full i want to do that i think it's always it's as you as a kid want to i mean honest when and i i was such a class clown and i had a friend who asked if i would ever do if out ever try to be on sarah live and i was like like that sounds awesome because i remember like that phase were snl is like at its peak in the least amount opinion and i was like like yeah that seems like doughty fucking awesome and he was like yeah a lot of he's like would you ever do stand up comedy because a lot of standup comedian's right on snl and young become i think he was like that specific someone.

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"ed buried" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

KMJNow Radio

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"ed buried" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

"Ed buried mission path that is coming up at seven thirty eighth seven twenty now fresno's morning news continues here's matt odds not thank you tony a fifteen year old fresno unified stooges arrested in the latest case of threats posted on social media we get the details from kmj's ruth michaels a fifteen year old roosevelt high school student was arrested over the weekend for telling another student via social media the eighty would have clowns attack the school years fresno police lieutenant joke on that it related to the all england threat but will clay owns a use a scare people is the nets facebook lester chat room and deep threat than other student roosevelt he told be the victim but he had a quick layup indifference or the high school marriage they're going to shoot the school gomez adds the suspect also threatened excelled a victim spam like the victim reported it that night and also told the roosevelt student resource officer about it monday morning they juvenile suspect was booked into fresno county juvenile haul for a felony town of making a terrorist threat and intimidating no witness ruth michaels kmj news north valley moore said police a string of threats maybe a social media against her said city schools are not credible were said some star says the school sent out an automated message to parents around four pm monday awarding pham to general threats made on facebook we're said police have posted not contain enough information to identify the source the score resource officers and put on hold been put on alert just as a precaution alright let's give you some better news of seven twenty two and i sure hope my wife is listening issues on her way to school this morning and it's the story for all of you who can not good enough pumpkin flavored everything tony listen to this during a halloween make donald japan well be offering french fries covered in pulkkinen and shot but sauce fast food chain came up with a halloween choco potato two markets forty fifth anniversary in japan.

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