29 Burst results for "Edina"

"edina" Discussed on Rare with Flair

Rare with Flair

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"edina" Discussed on Rare with Flair

"Here's the thing i'm basic. And i'm i know i'm basically and people people who don't like things just because they're popular actually bother me to a very deep degree so i'm not going to be a hipster and not you because i know sometimes i don't i i don't mean that i don't mean that you don't like no i can't stand you. I know i actually really love you. Like frozen frozen. I'm talking about those people who like purposely hate frozen just because it's popular listen else's bay. She looks like she has album. She's the only princess with magical powers and she's single. Which i like but also she's like i love her she's like bruting and self hating and the person because it's like when do we ever get that from prince of lake. She just not that. I think self loathing is a good thing. I think like it's real awesome. I'm obsessed and adina menzel and edina obvious. Yeah i actually so it's not. It's not favorite character but she walked past very briefly As i was waiting for the fireworks leaving or something and it was kind of mind-blowing. So i've always been like i've always wanted to see like the disney villains in in like dressed up as cast members like in the park. Because it's really really rare that you will see And the only come out before like halloween or like something special like that. It's really you know. I've seen pretty.

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"edina" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"edina" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"Of romanian men. That are difficult just in general and like to not follow rules and want to like their rules set by themselves and was just a little bit more of that this time This is not a like. I am not trying to make a generalization of all people like everywhere. Has this like we have these types of people in england as well but what i have noticed is on planes. This seems to be one. And i'm not entirely sure why i don't get it but you know like we have someone that wouldn't put a seatbelt on so we can land thing. I don't know it didn't make any sense. Came in for a landing and they aborted the landing and to suck around again. I don't know what was going on with that. Honestly but that was just like a thing that happened to us. That's just like a fun store. Fun example of the type of thing that i'm talking about that's and i would just say so. I can be resolved. Edina one hundred percent agrees with me on this right. So i get the trying. Please absolution on my generalization. So but what i will say so. The flight was fine for me. It was more anxious to me on the plane. Like it kind of went. Exactly as i expected by and large most people Had the mosques on and you know i believe the airlines when they say that the filtration like in the s systems on a plane travel right. Believe that because the plan was freezing. It's like they were pumping through that thing and at some point. You kinda just have to trust. I feel we're going to do this. We had to have some level of trust. So i'm just gonna choose to trust the airline and take them face value one thing. I will say. I was genuinely incredibly surprised. The mosque wearing 'romania mania especially on public transport vossler bet at in england That's awesome wasn't expecting it. Neither of us were but Like shops and stuff. Like i can't remember really seeing anybody. That wasn't observing the rules there and my understanding is it wasn't until quite recently much more strict and they reduced it like. I think they would do if you outside. You had to wear masks so come. The expectation was that like people war wearing them in the places. They were told to wear them so they wouldn't have to do that again. So that was like a bit more obedience from it. That way The trip itself was really nice I enjoy we're in bucharest. I enjoyed bucharest very much. It is especially these days becoming much more like any type of modern european city and what it has available to you. Yeah i feel like over the years of analog you've been you've been saying that repeal in a good way i don't zagged is vastly changed over like the five or six years i've been visiting right in. What is like the so much great coffee and like now. There's like a bunch of ice cream shops. Which is like wasn't a thing the last time we went. It's it's it's really interesting to watch it change. We were staying in like a hilton hotel. The umbrella renovated and it was really nice So you know. I i like being the much much more now because i get the creature comforts. I want if i'm on there like quote unquote vacation. Sure this definitely felt more like traveling than vacation. Tell me more. That makes 'cause we didn't really. I mean the the point of it was not to go to have a holiday was to go and see family and friends like reunite with people right. That was the goal trip so we were quite busy. In a way the at internet. I would not be if we were on vacation. I gotcha like going here. Seeing this person going here saying this person in this like that's not really how we take vacations with much more lazy with it But it was a great break. The it is the first time i've had away from work since january twenty. I have not been any days of really. You know like. I've been things where maybe like. I did a thing on the day then. I work the next day like you and it was also like you know so. I was still kind of available stood. Did some work stuff. But this is like the closest. I've had a vacation since which was great But the the trip in general was a great success. You know in that. We got to see so many people one thing that we did was because it was so travel with so messed up. We didn't tell anyone we were coming accepting mom because i said to the the the plans that we didn't wanna get anybody's hopes up right. Yeah that makes. It seemed like it was going to be so difficult for us to do. It didn't want anybody change or make plans shirt. we would then have to cancel. I suggested to edina that she needed to tell her mom because mom would never forgive us because she would not be able to get ready all of the things that she would be like food wise and stuff so we told it in his mouth but didn't tell anybody else and it was eating his brother's birthday. Oh that's fantastic. So we just arrived as party. He must have lost. His mind was so good so like we knock on the door and he opens the door and like he has an initial shock face and then like a second one which was fantastic. Because i he just saw me like he just looked directly at me almost like what and then sir and it was and he just lost his mind. It was really amazing. And here's the thing that i will say i'm a human being. All of my care and precautions went immediately out of the window of reuniting loved ones. I don't. I'm sure that maybe there's a lot of people who have experienced this..

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Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

Made By Women

02:02 min | 9 months ago

Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

"Big data is one of the biggest game changers in modern life. It's transformed business. Politics science and just about every facet of society and duino done is a pioneer in the field in nineteen eighty nine. She co founded a data. Science company called done humby the revolutionized the realm of retail and consumer packaged goods the groundbreaking loyalty program. That done humby created helped. It's klein tesco. Become one of the world's largest retailer's for her groundbreaking work at was awarded in. Ob one of the british empire's highest honors. After selling humby edina went on to become the chair of star-count a data science consultancy between his journey is a fascinating one. I hope you enjoy my conversation with the dna co founder of done humby and chair of star-count between thanks so much for joining us in two lighted to be here with you. Well we are very excited about this conversation in particular for lots of reasons much about your career to date has been about big data which we love to talk about it. Then of course getting into what you're doing with the female lead but to start big data has had a huge impact and continues to have a huge impact on contemporary life. And you've really been a pioneer in this field in one thousand nine hundred nine. You founded a global data science company which created the first mass loyalty program and changed the way people shop and now you're the chair of data marketing company stark out. What drew you to this field. And why is data science so important to our everyday lives will thank you. I mean yes. It's a great question. I i have to say i. I was lucky and my job. I i study joker fe and no one who studies geography ever face. They got a have an amazing career. Following that i've enjoyed it. I didn't think i was going to step into a role where spatial analysis was important. And actually i did

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"edina" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"edina" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Because somebody gave you a book. In. Toad you. Go. So here goes my thing was science. So I. Speaks about science a lot. About. It a whole lot right Only thing about science and that's why I say earlier this. Hold on hold on okay. I don't agree with scientists, per se science means to know our food. Be Bna or something like that, you're seeing it from a knowledge based studied spree perspective right on where somebody took time to understand that philosophy Edina, break it down and to create a book so. With dinosaurs this is correlated back to dinosaurs though. It was science period I don't even religions not even in my in my psyche. So like if we bring it up, you are that is for the general listener I only I am not a religious person I gotta go her how episode I don't think any of the four of us are but what I was trying to say about science and as far as the dinosaurs go I don't science steal somebody in the world we live in people trying to their narratives right now people want things to support their narrative facts confirmation bias confirmations thing. Like where like all right I don't understand what the fuck happened when these things were around I don't understand that like I don't. What I also know that like the narrative is being painted might not be accurate because is is set to fit an agenda right and I think WanNa kill was saying like about not agreeing with scientists that. The people who are setting agendas I don't agree with and they said an agenda that doesn't necessarily isn't it meant to empower me or to give me the truth as meant to. Empower the the the status quo status quo, and do exactly the opposite and that power from stripped power from you know take away the real truth. I still believe dinosaurs resist though and I was like I. Just have a hard time..

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"edina" Discussed on V103

V103

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"edina" Discussed on V103

"Where I was good. I'm on this way. That's the way was he was good on a binge. Edina is the chip that was kicking to you has fun on a Rondo. Give it see if maybe he was just another ISS. Busy initials. What about that horse and carriage? You never could imagine, haven't you? Baby. Hiring can be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. One CEO Ali needed to hire for a multifaceted.

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Haka and cultural appropriation

Native America Calling

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Haka and cultural appropriation

"The Haka is a part of Mari Culture. It's a type of movement that involves the whole body invoice New Zealand's rugby team. The all blacks performed a version of it at competitions around the globe here they are performing it in Japan during a match last year's Rugby World Cup. Many team members are Maury. What you'll hear is they're stomping their hands beating on their chests entice. On how. It's impressive to watch a Haka. Traditionally, it's not for entertainment. It's ceremonial has deep roots in multiculture. Of course, some people don't understand that and mimic anyway. A handful of Brazilian companies use the Haka in their corporate retreats. The Non Murray owner of Hakka training said he learned hawk. By watching videos of the all blacks rugby team. Another company huck Brazil performed the Haka at a Ted talks event such displays. Displays are drawing criticism from Murray people, and they're calling it cultural appropriation. We'll get more and what Hawk is and represents today. We are going to start off in new. Zealand joining us today by skype from Christ Church in South Island is cut Edina. Tell you to, and he is a cultural adviser, and he is Maori. Welcome to native America calling cut of please feel free to further. Introduce Yourself. He, he he he. He made keenum on Athena. Royal Amiga Kotel Kartal Teen Aquileia Lhasa. Choir here Julio or Tiki nor Knighthood Huda. Moon. Killer. Angry to have you here and so we say Haka in before we go any further. How do you like to describe it? A DESCRIBE IT AS A. Traditional ceremony that was formed traditionally by. Warriors before going to war. A Sierra Monitor trump. Please the. He of. War TOMATO INA. was also a former cy cop. The warriors before battle. at performed in. The different areas such as funerals as a way to express emotions. And it was also used as a way to. Win Strangers, come visit. It was a white make sure they were friendly. visit hasn't not enemies. That in probably pre colonization, the has changed a little bit and Would we do use it for? Entertainment purposes now. But the also that buried deep spiritual connection in traditional values associated with the Hutto. In when you're teaching, young people or young people are taught about this in a traditional sense What are they told what is happening because you're using your breath, you're using your body. You're using your your own personal sound What is taught to young people about why you do this in what it is, you're actually giving. So I think this probably two different forms of teaching now this the form of Hakka where you taught to try and intimidate the the opposition and Chevy Hafeez. Scary became. The. The the the other way where some people are taught. For entertainment purposes for competitions against other. Maori people. but as ways. To Euro has taught. That is very serious It's a very serious epsom is. you must take everything seriously you have to. Respect the the different deities that are involved. You You can't make fun of the hacker. You've got to respect your sisters who? Pass on the knowledge of the hookup. And at different tribes have different roles. whereas brought up, you can only do the hacker. With be a fate. And you hit Utah To. Slap you chased You're McCain. Make as much noise as you possibly came. In, so what does it translate to hookup? So these. Years. Does the Hukou as? Some people call it a pretty bored aunts were. A Warrior's dance, but then it depends on. The HAKKA! This is quite a few different Hukou. Hukou has its own unique. meaning. The I think the mice. Common Hacker around the world seems to be the one the all blacks. The. New Zealand rugby team. Comedy. So they'd say. was dedicated to. A woman, who headed, Chafe and a in the ground and a criminal put. And it expresses have the chief. was fearing death. And how? He didn't he had the sense of being of life again and in hell wants the live. The criminal was removed. He saw the the lady setting on top any saw the light. So this multiple different meanings different hugger. In so when you see it being performed by non-indigenous people, what are you witnessing? More often than not I see. non-indigenous people who think that it's funny. They they mock at culture by doing it. why see? Recently an in London. a lot of Kiwis are over there doing the Haka when the drunk which is quite offensive. It's. I'd say total lack of understanding. Tuttle of respect to air eight sisters in God's into a customs.

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After 500,000 deaths, worst of pandemic is "yet to come"

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

After 500,000 deaths, worst of pandemic is "yet to come"

"The head of the World Health. Organization says the pandemic is accelerating and warns the worst is yet to come director general Dr Ted Ross Edina. MN Gabriel's said. The outbreak is still in the early stages. He added. Many countries have made progress in the fight against it six months after it was notified of the virus you organization recorded ten million cases and half a million deaths worldwide.

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"edina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"They'll center in Edina get early bird pricing now through March twenty ninth you can do that by signing up for my talks team loaded my talk when I was seven one dot com keyword race your five Eyewitness News weather forecast cloudy windy thirty seven today light possibility of snow as well partly cloudy twenty three tonight sunny forty two tomorrow right now it's thirty six and cloudy the my talk studios this is all right don't act like we are going to give you thirty seconds to answer five pop culture questions we do it every day twelve thirty I'm a calling to Bradley show my talk one of seven one streaming live at my talk auto seven one dot com everything entertainment Kelly Lindstrom Bradley trainer this is your thirty second pop culture challenge today we've gotten alley on the line and what is not only playing for Nelly Nelly bow valley is playing far one of these a pair of runners engagement movie passes to see the film ever in theaters now Hey now you're ready to play the thirty second pop culture challenge fabulous the timer shall begin upon my answering error asking of the first question here we go Zac Efron Zac Effron was a star in what Disney musical frenchies what character did Jason Priestley play on Beverly hills nine oh two one I'll yeah Shaquille o'neal played what sport which former friends cast member currently stars on the sitcom man with a plan what band sings the song goodbye world what he was so sad for all of us because hello he did not name them all correct however there will be an opportunity to play again tomorrow because we do it every day twelve thirty on the calling them.

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"edina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In Edina and get you can get in on the early bird pricing now through let's see March twenty ninth it looks like sign up for my talks Timo J. at my talk one of seven one dot com it is a race all right and we got a lot of mail thieves hanging so much so again we apologize that it's taken us a long time the spam filters went crazy they got really possessive and they made all of you sit there for a while let's see here and we got a grab bag I mean we can just but can we start with the most recent yes the bottom you go from homeless us she says Hey guys I'm so glad that you just happened to turn on to the subject of the queen would approve LOL she's talking about the OCD intrusive thoughts hi she suffered greatly from this when she was younger at such a terrible thing to have to go through I'm older now and I still get the occasional thought usually involves violence but I know that's not me I and I allow the thought to float away so very freeing yeah yeah really yeah when you can get to a point where you just have some skills and some ways to react to it yet so that it doesn't like have you stop down in like kind of paralyzed in fear it's it is really free and that's a good way thanks for the email for shipping on art now look a lot of these are going to be kind of void of contacts or contacts from days ago I got this one all of this from confessions yesterday when I was a kid I never heard molasses in manure used in the same yeah did we say that I think we did we are well the vernacular there was another one though that had to do with the on being buried we were talking about dumb things he thought as a kid all of a dumb things you believed as an adult Jesse emailed us Jen roads in Japan guys don't be silly Japan's roads are either named or numbered I lived there for several months I know I had said that in the things that make you go huh the streets in Japan or have no names that's what my source for things that's why it's so rich right now hear this from Diana for hanging things I struggle with hanging things in art work stuff like that C. forty pictures paintings with the two things on the side which are the most difficult ones to hang straight to hang straight yes right okay yes tell me did a picture hanging kit okay with the wire and run a wire between the triangle things and then you can just put the one male woke in the middle okay but will the nail because they're usually towards the top will the nail then show through I know of the I bet pictures would be able to have that whatever amount of wire you you need it so that it didn't yeah we were not called off now okay all right that's a good idea I have one of those really I do a man okay anything else you would like to talk among here are a robot Hey Donna warning my friend had a dog in a room with a king that night the dog had a an accident in the room but no now track through it and the accident was all through her living room I remember getting my email by the way get marks we do have a suggestion on the college of pop culture knowledge now you've actually suggested this before and now you're getting some listeners who are check in with you the lifeline I'm this is from Hannah yes so what she's saying is the person who calls in can be a lifeline if they voted on the person they pick they can pick one answer to change yeah okay so if someone called in and during the college pop culture knowledge instead I go with Donna Donna would give her three answers and then afterward R. Reiner pick up the phone and say alright Hannah you're the lifeline to want to change any of those answers you can change one answer if you want to or add an answer because you didn't get it or whatever it might be that I like that idea that's in that's a nice way and it's different it's different and it also I think it would help to level the playing field a little bit yes Steve this is double or nothing thing maybe we can't do that because I'm gonna always present I'm gonna always double down and you're gonna only really huge gap widening gap because I am is sometimes a little quicker with the trigger on the audio stuff it's true no I mean it's true I don't know that's a really good idea we may have to put it past our boss now we go to dun dun says your show chemistry with someone who told us how about our chemistry sector recently I heard that promo about you should not have a chemistry totally wrong in my opinion your show is great I love listening to all three of you together I think you all bring different perspective and have a lot of fun a lot of Lasky becoming makes my morning fun mom thanks done here's one from Brian our buddy regarding Ryan Ryan on Ryan Ryan needs to be fired for real well rushing your teeth in the morning is a requirement do not to prevent cavities but because you work with other humans well I have a very high tech a mouthwash that takes care of that to you to animals don't rush before bed so I don't see all these animosities coming towards me Ryan sleeping all that bacteria in your I actually think you got it right I I've I've I'm swayed now from an impression here I want to do it at the end of the night I know that ideally I'll do it twice Hey this is from Jessica subject brushing teeth dentists daughter here brush minimum morning and night and if you don't have time and apple is a good substitute at least that's what I always told all right thank you guys appreciated we're gonna play the millennial X. games when we come back so we need some lifeline we need a millennial and Gen X. are on the line six five one six four one one oh.

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Mainframes: Timesharing

Command Line Heroes

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Mainframes: Timesharing

"You can't tell g story without telling Dartmouth College Story. Dartmouth was really the Institution Matt. Handed time sharing to Ge as both use of those computers and as a way of doing business dartmouth at a very young mathematics department in the late fifty s and early nineteen sixties and several of the faculty including John. Kennedy and Thomas Kurtz had experienced in computing and saw computing as a way to attract really bright math and science students to the college by Nineteen. Sixty two you. They were ready to propose time sharing to the National Science Foundation to get funding to actually build a campus wide and eventually New England Wide Computing Network. That was efficient for the user. They really thought that computing would be a necessary skill for their students in the coming decades. And they saw time sharing as the form of computing that would enable all of their students to gain computing experience and that was revolutionary. That was something that was really not done anywhere else. At the time even at a place like mit which also implemented time sharing or Carnegie Mellon the users were primarily the scientists and engineers whereas at Dartmouth which was a liberal arts college. The users were nearly all of the student bodies have regardless of area of study or previous experience. When Kennedy and Kurtz who were the math professor's leading this project review proposals and really it was the two twenty five in combination with the data net. Thirty that. They saw the way to implement time sharing. They knew the two twenty five would quickly be upgraded. There were already plans for the two thirty five but it was really that combination of the Dana Net. Thirty which could be used to sort of stop the clocks so to speak and enable communications between users and the mainframe to twenty five or to thirty five that the Dartmouth people sort of latched onto in the early nineteen sixty s mainframe. Computers are so expensive that G. E. TO twenty-five computer cost about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Actually as delegation from DARTMOUTH WENT TO G in Phoenix hoping to create a partnership with G. E. saying we the faculty and students. Dr Will Create this time sharing system for you if you give us a two twenty five an Edina net thirty for free. Ge declined that offer but they did give the college a substantial discount. I believe it was a sixty percent discount on the machines. General Electric delivered the two twenty five and the data at thirty two dartmouth in March of nineteen sixty four and two undergraduate students acquired responsibility for actually programming and implementing time sharing using those two computers. Their names were John. Itchy and Michael Bush so Jon. Hagey acquired responsibility for the two twenty five and Michael. Bush had programming ownership on the demon at thirty so they had to figure out how to make their respective machines communicate with each other and they took ownership of those responsibilities in not the machines were known as McGee and Bush and the young men were known as two twenty five and thirty. The two of them took this terribly. Personally it wasn't John's machine and Mike's Machine it was John and Mike who were not responding and they would stand at opposite ends of the room and yell at each other at the top of their voices so I think that's the soul of that machine as these two college students who are so immersed in their enthusiasm for making time sharing work that they become the machines and their personal efforts actually enable literally hundreds of thousands of not millions of other students to access competing in the nineteen sixty s via basic time sharing once it was implemented and New Hampshire those students. Some of them actually went to explain what they had done to the GE engineers and very soon after that GE started marketing time sharing as best and a feature of its computers. Ge sells off. Its ME frame. Business in one thousand nine hundred seventy but it retains its time sharing business for at least another decade well into the nineteen eighties and continues to provide time sharing service to individuals and businesses around the world Over the course of several

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"edina" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on AP News

"Listening to the eight Pete digital news network president trump's claiming credit for a strong economy as the AP's Edina who reports the economy's slowing but trump's is the US is enjoying a boom the likes of which we've never seen before the president told the economic club of New York his administration delivered on promises and exceeded expectations by a very wide margin claiming creation of seven million jobs we beat predictions by more than three times the highest estimate that I saw during the campaign the actual numbers show job creation was closer to six million the president says part of the turnaround was to get rid of what he called disastrous trade deal in short the failed political class sold out American workers sold out American prosperity and sold out the American dream the president also said the economy could be even stronger without the influence of the federal reserve I'm a Donahue Katy Perry will perform before and after the women's twenty twenty World Cup cricket final on international women's day organizer say they hope it'll set a world record for attendance Perry will perform March eighth at the Melbourne cricket ground in what's being billed as the biggest women's cricket match ever the international cricket council says local organizers want to break the world record of ninety thousand one hundred eighty five for a crowd at a women's sporting event set in nineteen ninety nine at the FIFA World Cup final in Pasadena California in a statement that she is all about celebrating a quality and the achievements of women the army is using a popular Chinese owned a social media app as part of its recruitment efforts and as the peas Mike roster reports one senator is now questioning the moon Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer has sent a letter to army secretary Ryan McCarthy voicing his concerns about the army's use of the China old apt tick tock the army's using the tick tock platform in its recruiting efforts Schumer has also asked the US intelligence community to assess national security risks posed by Chinese owned content platforms operating in the United States an official who spoke on condition of anonymity says the inter agency committee on foreign investment in the United States has opened a preliminary review of tick tock owner bite dances acquisition of the app musical dot L. Y. Mike Rossio Washington I read a Foley with an ABC news minute president trump says he's not watching the impeachment hearings busy to watch it it's a witch hunt it's a hoax Democrats say the hearings prove the president abused his power Republicans say the two career diplomats who testified yesterday had at best second hand accounts of president trump's phone call with Ukraine's president which is at the heart of the impeachment investigation what's next when the public impeachment hearings continue tomorrow house lawmakers will hear from a review of all of it the US ambassador to Ukraine who was ousted back in may it president trump's direction in a closed door deposition last month she said there was a concerted campaign against her as trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani push for probes of political opponents Matt small Washington they're setting new cold records in the Deep South it was below freezing as far south as the Gulf coast yesterday police are investigating whether some of the nine student deaths this semester at USC may have been drug overdoses I'm ready to fall les AP digital.

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How To Get Enough Iodine On A Dairy Free Diet

Healthy Eating For Kids

04:59 min | 2 years ago

How To Get Enough Iodine On A Dairy Free Diet

"Lovely interns actually turned this blog post around around for me on Dean quite a while back some so sorry that I have a be able to release it sooner but if you are interested in you know reading through some of the points that we all go to talk about in today's episode you might be at the gym or walking the dog in which case just make make sure you click on the link to view the blog post or just hop over to my website and you'll be able to navigate onto the block and you should find and this this episode rid not as a blog post for you so the reason why iodine is so important is although although on their freedom alliance you would be worried about your child's calcium intake on Edina is another mineral that really shouldn't be forgotten about and it's important to note that your body cannot produce it on its own so it is a mineral that needs to be consumed it plays a really important role in making some of the chiral home on so thyroxine and Triaud Tyron I can't say but it's basically t not three Cairo it says the only south of the body which had absorbed iodine and these cells than combine id in an amino acid so very basic protein molecule if you like called Tirmizi to make the tyrod hormones and and it's the tirades shop to make tile home it's really important that children get enough to help make those hormones add had essentially tire homes helps the body use energy stay warm is is used by major organs in the body such as the brain brain heart muscles and just make sure that all of their organs work as they should so it's really important hormone in metabolism in making sure that children grow but also in their cognitive function so in many ways we really need to think about our on Kadena intake from pregnancy and particularly if you are pregnant and following a Vegan diet but also a dairy free diet yourself then you really need to make sure that you are getting adequate dean unfortunately up to eight third of the population are not getting enough iodine especially the families I see living in the Middle East some parts of Asia New Zealand and Europe because we know that the levels of Artie in the soil is naturally low and that's why it's really important to be aware of that if you are planning a pregnancy iron deficiency in developing baby has has been linked with neurological disorders adhd and even a lower IQ so it's no wonder that it is suddenly a very very hot topic the reason why I'm focusing around pregnancy is because when a mother a pregnant mom has low iden- status it can have long lasting effects for children so we know that children could have lower lower cognitive language and mortar schools at eighteen months and three years they could have impaired working memory at four years he is low reading accuracy and comprehension at nine years and also lowered verbal at eight years that might all sound fraud the very very grim however Irene deficiency is easily reversible so let's talk about how we can make sure that our children get enough iden- in the UK children are generally getting enough in their diet however this does mainly Ainley come from cow's milk so there is some evidence our mild iden- deficiency in school aged girls but if your child is around say Eh four to ten they usually drinking enough milk which would give them the iodine that they need but the navigate a bit older and they start to drop their evening Merg or perhaps it's having mergen this cereals that sort of thing that they can become borderline deficient and obviously the charges following a dairy free died then there is some pressure to make sure that alternative plundering and other dairy free foods off well fortified with iodine so how much iden- due to an actually

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"edina" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

Commercial Real Estate News Hour

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour

"One. There's a ton of data that exists at you know any level of the commercial real estate universe universe including here at a y <hes>. The reality is across most of the industry still <hes>. There's there's not a full recognition of the value that data yeah <hes> you know as someone who who comes from a background <hes> within <hes> research looks and kind of taking that research and and kind of driving <hes> discussion with clients around <hes> forming strategies to me. It's a passion of mine. <hes> and technology is a passionate mind to i recognize him soon. As my team that you can't have functional technology without substantial data platform excellence and so are passionate the team is is really to to track data at the most micro level possible <hes> so you know part of what we do in commercial real estate universe <hes> we are stewards of any city that we sit in and he said that we live in and you see that we working and it's really our job to kind of collect as much information and data yeah possible around that city whether that's how the micro basis <hes> in terms of what we do at a proper level asset level at a space level at a ten level the ownership level at the development level <hes> etcetera or whether it be at a macro basis whether that's from <hes> supply chain logistics or whether it's you know talent demographics affects whether it's transportation infrastructure. We're really providing the framework <hes> i from an educational perspective and then second <hes> from <hes> <hes> really an execution perspective of harnessing the power of all of that micro and macro data in one centralized place and then using using that <hes> power that data to really fuel kinda different tools for different parts of the commercials state sector so give me an example what when you say you're looking at data at a micro level in town ernest city. What kinds of data are you looking at. And how are you analyzing it. In a way that makes is it useful to the firm and its clients. We have <hes> people advising. Our clients have been very micro base level. That's a space level an asset level. It's at a transaction action. Level data around the country is just not career with a button but it's the bubbling up city data and if you think about what bubbles up city data it's essentially data we'll below that kind of level at the city whether if you look at a property <hes> perspective and you look at something like a vacant theory for the u._s. We can t rate from the u._s. Start eddie space level so this level accompany and that's really <hes> what are kind of philosophy <hes> is is to really start at that micro grow based level <hes> and capture as much information as possible <hes> that's proprietary from from our perspective getting out going out there turing with third party providers but enhancing that third party provider information <hes> but also kind of looking at physical built environment and looking at the city's in a lens like a local person. Would i think <hes> an opportunity <hes> for a firm like ours is that we helped shape and build cities and and we have a ton of institutional knowledge <hes> as well as experience in terms of how we look at cities through our lens and i think it's really important as you're building rolling edina framework that you don't always take data as a science but you also look at it as an art and so <hes> really kind of combining saying that together and if we can do that effectively in terms of combining that micro and macro and kind of putting in our own lens then we can develop these folks strategies for each one of the clients nine we have at this.

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"edina" Discussed on Data Crunch

Data Crunch

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on Data Crunch

"He has very interesting insights into how today's supply chain is evolving muslims rambler. I'm a professor at santa clara university city as well as edina science leader at sea robinson which is the largest logistics marketplace in north america. I've been working with topics in supply chain the lead data science even before those call signs for the past fifteen years i got my p._h._d. Not briefings research and supply chain from u._c._l._a. and and <hes> i've been working on these problems both for companies as well as within the academic context have been working on research problems and more recently. There's been a lot of excitement in this base and and that's where my involvement with woodstock ups at as well as larger companies has gone up and i came into the c. h. Robinson ford as a consequence of aquisition so i was more of a startup that was working on last mile logistics and how to how to improve that got it. That's awesome in the space that you're in is really interesting. Could you give the audience just contextualized the problem. Set your focused on so i think one of the major things that has changed in logistics. Mystics is the growth of e commerce that also personal mobility. I mean if you think about uber logistics as lodger concept that covers both would deep elizabeth's products products and what's really happened is the availability of real time data has had a significant consequences on how able to predict as villas optimize hobby move things and that's then also raise the bar in terms of customer expectations. We expect to get a get a ride. The go somewhere within the within five minutes of expect to get a product within a day and those expectations have been set by companies would in the case of mobility in the case of products. It's it's amazon and having set the stage. Everyone's now trying to be competitive with them. Which means that in the products face suddenly all ecommerce companies. He's as villas companies that weren't mater are trying to achieve that same end goal which is how do i get products. Do consumers quickly at the same time. I am not spend too much money right. That's the core problem now. Doing that is hard. It's become easier simply because we have real time access to data in terms of location and as well as you know where products are at an even point but it is a hard problem to solve some of the intricacy and routing and pricing and interplay there. Can we dive got into a little bit of those details absolutely so i think a droning problems having around was in stance predictions menard and decor trade-offs. Everyone is the battle of complex routes are more expensive. That's the cost side. Customers are willing to pay for.

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"edina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"edina" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"edina" Discussed on WTVN

"Minister Justin Trudeau speaking in Hamilton Canada says the NAFTA trade deal replacement would never get ratified until President Trump lifted the punishing import taxes now that we've had a full lift on these tariffs. We are going to work with the United States on timing for ratification, Canada and Mexico promising to monitor foreign steel companies trying to influence prices Andy Field, ABC news, Ohio could soon have a new lethal injection system within weeks. The governor says he expects to present the method to a federal judge that will be different than the previous protocol that had been blocked by judge halting, several planned executions for several months, the blood alcohol level of a female driver who hit and killed a family of three on interstate seventy five in Dayton back in March was well over the legal limit at the time of the crash. Police say Abby Michaels. He's accused of driving northbound in the southbound lanes of ice five before crashing into the into the Thomson, family vehicle. Edina hospital is offering a lucrative sign on bonus to new employees to help with a nurses shortage, anyone hired to work with the helps health system will receive five thousand dollars. They're hosting to job. Fairs one on may twenty first the other on may twenty second at there. Circle Ville and chillicothe e campuses. WTVN sports, guys adding to his lead. In the second round of the PGA championship the defending champ is ten under through eight Tommy Fleetwood, four back at six under through ten Jordan speed at five under heading into Saturday. This PGA tour update brought to you by Wesley communities in NHL news. John Davidson has resigned as president of hockey ops for the Columbus blue jackets. In a statement JD says he'd only leave Columbus for the New York Rangers the team, he played professionally for Davidson will serve in the same position with New York to baseball the clippers play the Mets Indians battle the Orioles and the reds host the Los Angeles Dodgers. More sports in twenty minutes. Eric Reaser, NewsRadio six ten WTVN, I'm Alison Wyant. We'll see some scattered rain showers tonight. Mostly cloudy with a low around sixty currently it is seventy five degrees. The Home Depot is hiring near you for sales.

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"edina" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"edina" Discussed on KTRH

"About civility. We talk about that all the time. Interesting guy on Fox News name was Arthur Brooks. He was giving a little well he's written a book on the topic for one thing on how to cope with turbulent times. How do deal with a feeling the society is kinda falling apart all around you? Here's the Brooks. It's a real problem. It's kind of an every man for himself feeling right now, you know, people don't treat each other with such as civility either civilities a terrible standard. There's a lack of solidarity brotherly love in this country. And and and the worst part about our bread is when we're talking about politics for which each other with contempt is that we were utterly worthless. Is that we don't we don't actually convince anybody we can't persuade anybody. And so we lose arguments, and we're actually this book love, your enemies. I show that you're unhappier actually when you treat other people with contempt. So we have happiness crisis of persuasion crisis. And and we're gonna we're helping you're not helping our country. You go. That's a pretty that's pretty good synopsis of what's going on six twenty five. Now, you're a NewsRadio seven forty. I drove my Jeep Grand Cherokee in this morning. To the rodeo. It's why is done leather. It's it's got navigation got all stuff I wanted because I called the folks Edina and say, this is what I would like can you get that in at the price that works for me. And they went to work, you're not they they got the car for me. They they brought one out to the house. So I could test drive it make sure I liked it. And then when it was time to go ahead and purchase it. I did everything online. They delivered right to the house. No dealer. Lot to go through no tire kicking involved you long as you know, what it is you want and what he did you want? They can get it for you. Right now DNA was also lowering interest.

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"edina" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"edina" Discussed on KTRH

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Why Are Suburbs So Unwalkable?

BrainStuff

06:19 min | 3 years ago

Why Are Suburbs So Unwalkable?

"This is April. Pam cassidy? We're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season we travel throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spore the history of a whole host of topics from plus ice, Bashar the clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm Lauren Vogel bomb, and if you've ever driven through the sprawl of an American suburb, you note, the streets twist and turn even in the absence of hills. Rarely are they set up like a grid. Take one wrong turn and you could end up looping around a cul de sac forever. It can feel like, but how did these winding streets become so ubiquitous with the suburbs. The answer lies in the days following the industrial revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, though, the period led to all of the modern technologies and food ways. We currently enjoy at the time it seriously worsened living conditions for many city dwellers we spoke with Paul night and architectural and urban designer here in Atlanta and the executive director of the Douglas, the Allen institute for the study of cities he said at any time before the early twentieth century, you really did not want to live in the cities, especially after the industrial revolution in places like London and New York, they were filthy. They were truly. Dangerous along came British urban planner Ebonics or Howard in eighteen ninety eight. He published the book tomorrow, a peaceful path to social reform, which was reissued in nineteen to as garden cities of tomorrow night said of the book, one of the ideas that came out of ebony users work was this idea of living in the country and then working in the city. So that you could get the best of both worlds. Sound familiar, thus what we know today as the suburbs were born around the turn of the twentieth century, but their early success depended on streetcars which allowed many people to travel to their jobs in the cities and Henry Ford automating the assembly line and introducing the model t car really helped the suburbs. Boom. But the biggest move to suburbia came after World War Two ended in nineteen Forty-five. Millions of American GI's returned from war with housing benefits, and the suburbs became the place to be for US families. So what does all this have to do with the curving streets? We know today while many big cities during the industrial revolution had terrible living conditions for the working class. They did have something desirable. The grid network. A look at New York City planners laid out the streets in a right angle rectangular formation as opposed to this spoken wheel layouts of cities like Paris. And that's no accident. A grid network is officially and it promotes walkability the typical suburban St. network spurned this layout in favor of wide roads with sweeping curves. One reason why was to make the suburbs appear closer to nature and to Ebenezer Howard's idea of living in the country. Night said the reason that people are wanting to leave the city is that idea of a return to nature and to provide a yard for their children and to get out of the unsafe environment of the city. It's just this bucolic idea if you want to promote this idea of nature and natural topography, the new can't have this rigid gridiron on your landscape. You've got to curve the streets in order to allow people to experience the curve, linear nature of nature. Another reason for winding streets stems from that giver of suburban life, the car the grid network is built around the idea of people walking from place to place, but the suburbs rely on cars and curved streets allow carts to travel faster than the grid network, which has constant stops at intersections, but curving streets have cost. They are less walkable precisely because they make four longer rose with fewer intersections the road network. Also has fewer streets than a grid pattern, which means less street frontage and therefore less space for retail offices and other mixed use developments having less walkable streets with less development forces people to drive more often that leads to another cost of curved streets. More car accidents urban driving can feel chaotic because of the increase in walkers and bikers, but it also creates slower speeds, and therefore fewer fatal accidents data from the US census bureau backs this up in twenty fifteen about nineteen percent of the US population lived in rural areas. But real tallies accounted for forty nine percent of all traffic fatalities. The US continues to become more suburban is. So it's unlikely that these winding streets will go away anytime soon night says infill building the development of spare land and otherwise largely settled areas provides opportunities to change the face of these neighborhoods. The challenge to achieving the grid network in the suburbs is both political and legal though, right now, most suburbs require developers to clear hurdles in order to make a pedestrian friendly grid pattern while those who create car Centric cul de sac. Subdivisions are on easy street night said the law is not in walkability favor. Today. 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Desalination Could Cause Ecological Sea Change

60-Second Science

02:33 min | 3 years ago

Desalination Could Cause Ecological Sea Change

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Winter storms have Wallops California this year and snowpack is piling up. But just a few years back. The state was wrung dry by a record breaking drought and more dry. Spell's will surely come. I think everybody agrees that we need more water resources Edina Peyton an oceanographer at the university of California Santa Cruz. She points out that her home country. Israel wants face the same problem real had border issues for ever and ever, and they don't have water problems anymore because they converted pretty much ninety percent of water use to diesel ination ocean. Desalination hasn't enjoyed as much traction in California due to its cost and because of concerns that the plants would damage coastal ecosystems. Both win the sea water sucked in and win. Leftover super salty Brian's are released now writing in the journal water Peyton inner team have. Fest. The environmental impact of the nation's largest plant the Carlsbad deceleration plan north of San Diego. Here's the good news scuba dives revealed that the communities of starfish snails seek you comers and other creatures that live on the sandy ocean. Bottom offshore have not budged since the plant opened in twenty fifteen but the bad news, the plume of salty runoff stayed intact. Much farther out than models predicted rather than easily blending with closer seawater. When you have a pool of salty water that doesn't make it prevents oxygen from penetrating which can cause lower oxygen levels close to the bottom. And obviously all the organisms that need box. Dejan are not going to be happy. You can systems offshore from the Carlsbad plant where are ready disturbed by cooling water discharge from a power plant at the same site. She says which could explain why the marine life was unfazed. But it more pristine sites, especially those rich in biodiversity like kelp forests assault. T- plume might do. More harm, the states already planning more ocean desalination projects up and down the coast and Peyton says her lesson is this there's tons of water in the ocean, and we can use it. We just have to do it responsibly. First step updating our models of how salty wastewater behaves offshore to ensure that our thirst for drinking water doesn't cause an ecological CJ. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"edina" Discussed on Cortex

Cortex

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"edina" Discussed on Cortex

"I can read you seven of my daddy questions are the same as they were before. I didn't want to pry and ask for all of them. But if you're willing to go through all of them are very happy to hear them see because they started as questions, and then they kind of changed to prompt. Anyway. So I'm figuring to like kind of make that the final ten of move into just making them like seven words, but be creative advance new ideas generate revenue make colleagues feel valued do good for Edina engage with my audience and improve my health. So I think I can turn these into seven words, bright, right creativity. Some stucco ready. But. So confident and fell. I haven't done I could do it. I just need to think that creativity cont think of one number two yet. But like, you just have revenue, you know. Yeah. Whatever I can come up with seven words or leave me alone. Just haven't done it yet. It's fine. It's fine. You'll have charity industry. There's plenty of his of was there's a whole dictionary I can pick. But so my thinking is just to just make that a little bit more simple. But to actually match something else that I've done. So I have changed the way. The I kind of school myself for these things from a system of one to five two zero two one. So I was having to give myself a school every day like what is a school full for generate revenue. Like, what does that mean? Right. Like, what is a five? What is it to right? Like it was pointless to me like ended up becoming a frustration. I've always. Added that to what does that mean? Like, what is it? What is it to basically, it was even zero three or five that was all I was giving my very good for everything everyday. So I had like a maximum score five points each day. So I've changed it to I say zero to one, but I'm using a notebook this a grid, and I do three things able leave the grid blank. I call a half of it are color all of it. And that is Eva zero point five or one. So I kind of now I will go through and I will color in the grids as should for each question. And then I write down the number seven. I just add up there and do it out seven and what I've noticed is. I feel better about it. Because I get closer to seven more than I got close to thirty five. Right. And this is not like, my whole point of this might my idea for my daily themes is not to be punishing myself. Like, this is something that I've been exciting to to realize where I'm like man like I only got twenty today league. That's not what I'm trying to get out of this like I'm not trying to like really stringently grade myself. It's more about having a contribution tools. Each of these things every day is what I want to achieve in my day doesn't much better way to think about it has progress been made in this category. And the idea of giving myself a four or five is like a punishment. Like silly to me end. It is the over precise rating system. Yeah. But people ask you to rate a thing from one to ten well the score is meaningless. You know, it's it's frustrating. And like, I always find those things frustrating because you just you know, it's inconsistent. Whereas doing the thing where you can fill in a full box or half box is much more humanly understandable like I did nothing. I did something or had. I had an amazing day in this in this category. And I'll get his. To give you an example revenue. Revenues a good is a really easy one for me to for me to give an example. So I haven't called in didn't do anything an Email. Anybody didn't sign any contracts? I didn't do anything. If I've if I've done something where I've like I've contacted some people or replied to some emails on working on a deal, that's like Hof. But if I've actually made some money for my company today, I'm going to call it that whole thing in and there's something else that I've noticed I've given myself credit for watch. I didn't before if I'm sending invoices that is part of the revenue process. Like I have to actually send the invoices. Right. But I wasn't grading myself in that before like that didn't count..

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"edina" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"edina" Discussed on The Big 98

"Go ahead frozen. The same person that's colors of the wind. Do you know what movie that is coca hana's? Yeah. That's the same person. What do you mean? So that's not Edina. Said it sounded like her. That's me off. I never saw poke honest ready. Yes, you have to get the next four riders. John saying this. In the movie L Jonah in the movie. I've never seen. Thanks. Right. You're still in it ready. Yes. Name this one. You don't. Where should I put my? Would I'm more. You say the hung. Running. Coco. Hello. Ready for the next one. Disney movie is this. Discard. Chapter. Okay. No one year that name means go ahead. Beauty and the beast..

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"edina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"edina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"This is the stellian spotlight presented by red brand fence. Faded kingdom. Wolford? A little montage of the Adena stallions and some of their top performances as they were on the race track. Boy, so many memorable moments and so many memorable moments in the Breeders Cup Classic with those stallions, including the likes of go sapper Muccio macho man and learned the list goes on and on. And then you throw in the likes of point of entry and awesome again and macho Uno shaman ghost to is. Now there this is a a stallion roster that doesn't take a backseat to anybody. And to help us preview that this morning on our stallion spotlight presented by red brand fence. We welcome it Cardi and Ken Wilkins from Edina Dermott. We're going to start with you here, by the way. Good morning. Thank you guys for coming in studio. L? Let's see if we can get the microphone turned on will be set to go give it one more shot. Thank you very much. All right. And you got to Lee. We'll get this working and we'll get a chance to visit with these gentlemen here momentarily. But Judy think about this daddy in roster and they've been so good for so long. It's the history of Dina springs in the success that they have had in this business, really unparalleled. Yes, so many top horses, and they've been you know, amongst the best breeders in the country year after year. So it's a it's a tremendous operation. They always have an excellent crew and. You can't say anything other than great things about him. It's it's it's amazing. How how it's developed over the years and gotten bigger and bigger and bigger. I remember when it when I got going in and now, it's massive. Yeah. No doubt about it. Frank Strack has done amazing job. His vision has become a reality. And if you've never been to Adena springs in Paris, you really missing out you go in there. And it is so gorgeous. It is like is like driving into. I don't know. What would you call it like a Disney World type of thing? Right. Because it's so spectacular. Right. Describe it. Yeah. I think that's good. I mean for me it's better than Disneyland. I think it's great. But you know, I go back a long ways, I go back to the days when Frank strana cat turquoise and black colors, which probably no. But yeah, let's try one more time give it one more shot. Let's see if that microphones working now. That will get you microphone at work. I think so try one more time. Try and see if this is working update. It's it's better. Is it working Lee? We good you try this on we're gonna try and other microphone for German Cardi here. We'll see if that one works live radio. You gotta love it guys. Give it a shot. Yeah. There we go. That one's about does that one better Lee, we get that one. Pretty good. Try to welcome to the program. Going back and forth there. Yeah. Sounds good. There we go. We've got one working one of them will work we have four in the studio. So you and I have one each juden. We knew one of the other two has to work. We talked about the history just a moment ago and the the history with Frank and everything he's established has just been remarkable taco bit about that success in the DNA philosophy. What what makes a Dina so good?.

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"edina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"edina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"This is the stellian spotlight presented by red brand fence. Faded kingdom. Wolford? A little montage of the Adena stallions and some of their top performances as they were on the race track. Boy, so many memorable moments and so many memorable moments in the Breeders Cup Classic with those stallions, including the likes of go sapper Muccio macho man and learned the list goes on and on. And then you throw in the likes of point of entry and awesome again and macho Uno shaman ghost to is. Now there this is a a stallion roster that doesn't take a backseat to anybody. And to help us preview that this morning on our stallion spotlight presented by red brand fence. We welcome it Cardi and Ken Wilkins from Edina Dermott. We're going to start with you here, by the way. Good morning. Thank you guys for coming in studio. L? Let's see if we can get the microphone turned on will be set to go give it one more shot. Thank you very much. All right. And you got to Lee. We'll get this working and we'll get a chance to visit with these gentlemen here momentarily. But Judy think about this daddy in roster and they've been so good for so long. It's the history of Dina springs in the success that they have had in this business, really unparalleled. Yes, so many top horses, and they've been you know, amongst the best breeders in the country year after year. So it's a it's a tremendous operation. They always have an excellent crew and. You can't say anything other than great things about him. It's it's it's amazing. How how it's developed over the years and gotten bigger and bigger and bigger. I remember when it when I got going in and now, it's massive. Yeah. No doubt about it. Frank Strack has done amazing job. His vision has become a reality. And if you've never been to Adena springs in Paris, you really missing out you go in there. And it is so gorgeous. It is like is like driving into. I don't know. What would you call it like a Disney World type of thing? Right. Because it's so spectacular. Right. Describe it. Yeah. I think that's good. I mean for me it's better than Disneyland. I think it's great. But you know, I go back a long ways, I go back to the days when Frank strana cat turquoise and black colors, which probably no. But yeah, let's try one more time give it one more shot. Let's see if that microphones working now. That will get you microphone at work. I think so try one more time. Try and see if this is working update. It's it's better. Is it working Lee? We good you try this on we're gonna try and other microphone for German Cardi here. We'll see if that one works live radio. You gotta love it guys. Give it a shot. Yeah. There we go. That one's about does that one better Lee, we get that one. Pretty good. Try to welcome to the program. Going back and forth there. Yeah. Sounds good. There we go. We've got one working one of them will work we have four in the studio. So you and I have one each juden. We knew one of the other two has to work. We talked about the history just a moment ago and the the history with Frank and everything he's established has just been remarkable taco bit about that success in the DNA philosophy. What what makes a Dina so good?.

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6 children dead in virus outbreak at New Jersey facility

KDWN Programming

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

6 children dead in virus outbreak at New Jersey facility

"Deaths a severe viral outbreak at a New Jersey medical rehabilitation center for children who left six dead and twelve others sick. Now there have been eighteen cases of the Edina virus at the center for nursing and rehabilitation in Haskell that strain is usually associated with acute respiratory illness. According to the centers for disease control, the six deaths happened this month. The facility was instructed not to admit new patients until that outbreak ends the health department said the number of new

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2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

The Drift

04:34 min | 3 years ago

2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

"And detroit red wings fans if you hadn't heard already the nhl draft is taking place this weekend and boy did the red wings hit a home run with their first pick of the first round philip zidane a remember that name detroit red wings fans he is going to be a supreme player for the detroit red wings in here is what the scouting report says on him courtesy of elite prospects dot com phillips edina is a dynamic offensive forward that plays a complete game a deft and agile skater he exhibits explosive mobility both up and down the ice in all three zones he proactively looks to create problems for the opposition his awareness is indicative of his high level of hockey sense and he knows how to make plays and scoring chances materialize has a goal scorers toolbox complete with the individual pucks skills that one comes to expect from today's elite offensive players the accurate release on his shot is note worthy and as a defining aspect of his offensive capabilities defensively sound he disrupts lanes and pressures the opposition to make hasty decisions so to me the sounds exactly like what the legendary steve is herman was during his austrian career with the detroit red wings mainly since scotty bowman became head coach of the detroit red wings in nineteen ninetythree remember that is herman was a one way player for the first about ten years of his career being mainly an offensive force and then when scotty bowman came along he became steve is urban that is a two way player playing both offense and defense so phillips in dina is way ahead of the curve here the light the red wings got great value with this pick because dina was projected to go as late as number three in this draft he was expected to be gone by the time the red wings picked in the first round so hats off to ken holland the detroit red wings general manager for making this pick a heck of a pick there and then at number thirty in the first round the detroit red wings selected a center joseph oh in here is what elite prospects dot com had to say about him there is so much to like about joe volcano he's a hard nose workhorse that makes the players around him better the fleetfooted center is unselfish and will primarily look to play at make a play at top speed however when the chance arises to put it in the pot himself he well capitalize he sees the ice well in his rarely caught out of position is defensive game has refined in he actively pursues puck control transition transition transitioning to offense is natural smooth and quick all in all a well rounded to wait forward that skates well and can be the catalyst team needs to turn a game in its favor once again i love that phrasing there the two way forward that's what the detroit red wings made a name for themselves during their nineteen ninety s heyday and through the two thousands as being stanley cup contenders having players who play both offense and defense in vallejo eventually when he gets to the detroit red wings more than likely that's about three years away traditionally with players who are chosen outside of the top ten in the national hockey league draft he's going to make a huge impact if he eventually does make it to the redwings and i truly believe he will in about three years he's going to be a fine player to watch and it will be fun to see him possibly play with his fellow teammate phillips and dina and then the red wings in the second round chose a defenseman the red wings truly needed help on defense they've been really chorus on defense the last couple of seasons in missing the playoffs and they chose jared mic isaac and here's what the hockey writers dot com had to say about mr isaac mcisaac is a smooth skating two way defensemen he focuses on keeping his end clean first and foremost before adding to the offense of play effortless skater with agility imbalance along flawless stride his cuts in transitions are fluid incredible hockey sense thinks the game at a very high level and makes great decisions with the puck on his stick that is the type of defensemen the red wings truly have been missing since the retirement of nncholas lidstrom back in two thousand twelve well pastor rick he will be taking away here in.

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Scrap imports drop in China

Marketplace All-in-One

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Scrap imports drop in China

"A lot of the trade stories we've been doing lately all of them now that i think about it have been about two broad slices of the trade economy commodities steel and aluminum most commonly and tariffs and finished products being either imported or exported everything from hogs to washing machines here with then a post consumer trade story last year the united states exported china more than five and a half billion dollars worth of shredded steel corrugated cardboard and beverage containers other scrap as well then numbers been coming down as china has started trying to get better quality less polluting scrap but now beijing has affectively shutdown scrap imports from the united states altogether edina rene adler does government relations for the institute of scrap recycling industries welcome to the program thank you thank you for having a just a a have some baseline here what kind of scrap are we talking about what the chinese now.

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Kanye West tones down Trump praise after Kim Kardashian calls

Tim Conway Jr

02:31 min | 4 years ago

Kanye West tones down Trump praise after Kim Kardashian calls

"The sunken place when he's being himself which is very expressive dad that's too much liner now here's another one from kim kardashian west she's i guess she's having to conversation yeah i was just gonna say a couple of threads going on here and it's hard to keep them all sorted out it is it's very difficult i'm trying to do this for everybody here another one from kim kardashian west now when he spoke now when he spoke out about trump most people including myself have very different feelings and opinions about this but this is his opinion h i s all caps his but this is opinion now he's supposed to do this okay yes yes yellow this is yelling so anyway they have very different feelings opinions about this but this is opinion i believe in people being able to have their own opinions even if they differ from mine he never said he agrees with his politics another one wow kim kardashian again will never run in the race of popular opinion and we know that and that's why we love him and respect him and in a few years when someone else says the exact same thing they aren't labeled this way and you will praise them konya in years years ahead of his time and then one more mental health is no joke and the meeting needs to stop spitting out so casually bottom line you kanye west and kim kardashian wow just you're you're done with that aren't there goes the tweets all relied on kfi ben what's up comedian patton oswald is praising his late wife for her work in pursuit of the golden state killer michelle mcnamara had made it her mission to find the man responsible for at least twelve murders and fifty rapes throughout california in the seventies and eighties she died last year tops today's the edina match led them to arrest seventy two year old former cop joseph de ngelo a relative of an elderly mother and daughter found dead in their home in whittier says the women may have been killed by eating toxic vegetable they grew in their garden the relative says the woman cooked a stew with what they thought was spinach but it may have been tree tobacco which can be fatal if eaten mama's ninety five daughter seventysix the bodies were found monday night weather in a.

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Trump signs proclamation sending National Guard to Mexican border

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Trump signs proclamation sending National Guard to Mexican border

"Center our top stories this half hour delta the latest atlanta based company to deal with the data breach the airline says the company that runs its online chat service was hacked between september and october of last year delta announcing the breach rather quickly a move wsb's clark howard applauds hats off to delta for so quickly alerting the public and it will take a while to figure out what risks actually are fully out there delta says it's launching a website this afternoon to deal with the incident they say payment information it's what's at risk the man accused of shooting his stepfather to death in loganville on easter sunday is picked up in new york city gwinnett authorities say shaun edwards tuggle was arrested late tuesday by metro north transit police president trump signing a proclamation to send national guard troops to the us mexico border wsb political analyst bill crane says the border is not under attack in any anyway though there's nothing basically different at our border yesterday then today or tomorrow and our border is actually about three thousand miles long meanwhile the mexican foreign ministry says us homeland security secretary kristen nielsen telling mexico's top diplomat that the national guard troops being deployed will not carry arms or carry out any migrations or customs control activities the fox theatres highly anticipated marquee club com complete with multiple bars and a moroccan style lounge along with rooftop views well it's set to open its doors to the public next month fox cedar co edina irwin says this type of revamp is major wanted to the largest revitalization that we've done here at the fox probably since nineteen twenty nine since its grand opening ribbon cutting a set for may teeth wsb news time one thirty one traffic and weather next you love to know what's going on and you depend on wsb for the complete five pm updates on local news traffic news from.

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