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What's the best mic for podcasting?
"To, kick off his answer to the Cuny Wednesday question. What is the best Mike for podcasting? WanNa start by saying that I've done a ton of research on this topic. I've done a incredible amount of experimentation We've recorded over sixteen hundred episodes of this podcast and every single time record an episode. We try so many different things to improve the quality of the audio of the sound of the edit to continually be professional and compete with professional podcasts. So I'm not going to geek out on giving you all these different types of microphones you can buy on. Ana, give you the summation of what I've learned over the years. Will you really need to know what I would tell somebody if they're getting started with a podcast? Actually going to start somewhere completely different somewhere. The whole thing to do with microphones because you can have a state of the art microphone that costs five hundred dollars plus but it will do you. No. Good. If you're space is awful if we're you record is not a good space as conducive to recording, it doesn't matter what you're going to use to record for example, very court my podcast with a great quality Mike but There's construction going on there's noises dog barking I'm in a room with high. Ceilings and no installation that record is going to sound straight trash. Okay. It doesn't matter that you have a great Mike because your environment is horrible. Good news is that you can easily manager environment and make sure that wherever you record, it's actually conducive to agree recording. So one of the things I highly recommend is your cord either in a walk in closet or closet, the has shelving the bare minimum have your mic on a shelf in a closet and you record into that shelving into the closet. Because your voice is being projected towards the mayank into the closet, and because the shelving is kind of. Confined like into a box, your voice is not going to be bouncing around a lot across the room. It's going to be confined to the closet. This is sort of creating a makeshift soundproofing or sound booth. This is going sound a whole lot better than you just having your Mike at your desk in a big room. The next level up is to actually record in a sound proofing box. This is an actual Foam box has soundproofing that you place your mic inside. And you place that box into a closet or a shelf, and this really makes everything sound like studio quality. It's incredible and your listeners just using a portable soundproof box that you can buy Amazon it's about two hundred dollars, but it's actually worth more than the actual Mike it's actually going to improve the quality of your audio more than the actual. Mike. Itself I actually. Just. Looked it up on Amazon and the one I was thinking of a travel on, which is two hundred dollars. There's actually an alternative one that is in portable, but it's only thirty six bucks. It's called the choice studio sound recording, vocal booth thirty, six dollars. It's basically a box me out of foam where you can place your mic inside and talk right into it. That is going to make a tremendous difference. Now, let's talk about Mike's There are whole much of mine because I can go through but I'm GonNa give you two mikes. One that I would say is absolutely amazing for the price and you can actually use for all your podcasting with that soundproofing for as long as you like, and the second one is going to be if you insist on buying something expensive, this is the one I recommend. So the first one is the Audio Technica eighteen or twenty, one, hundred, it retails for about one hundred bucks on Amazon it's a be an xl are Mike, which is great. That means if it's used. To your computer and record using your recording software right on your computer or they're using quicktime or Daswani, or garage band or whatever using record your audio. Now I mentioned ex- LAR-. It also does acceler excellent actual cable that needs to go into a sound or quarter like a Zumra quarter if you don't own talking about then this is kind of technical and you may want to Google that but if you're interested in recording on your Laptop than you have to get a Mike, this be compatible which is this one, the audio tape, a tr twenty, one, hundred. This is why I think is one of the best Mike's you can buy period for podcasting for a webinars for calls. It's fantastic. It's really really an amazing quality Mike. It's on intellectual mish means that when you speak into the mic picks up your voice and it does its best of not picking up. Anything that's around in the room. So even if somebody's shouting across the hallway, if you're in a different room, it won't pick up
Chicago Bulls officially hire Donovan as next head coach
"We had some big news that broke in the NBA on Tuesday afternoon after we went off air and that is one of the most desirable head coaching jobs in the League of the Chicago Bulls with their young talent. With a new front office scale, they found their head coach. It was an experienced veteran who won sixty percent of his games over the five years. He was the head coach of Oklahoma City, and that is billy Donovan scall- getting head coach of the bowls on Tuesday afternoon scale. What was your reaction when you heard the news that billy dee is going to be the headman for the bolts and I don't. Think about all that I have I'm not good with that type of stuff and I don't WanNa see here and B. M. B. S. The people I don't know what makes a good coach a certain situation I don't know what he did it Oklahoma City where when you had Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook and Katie left in it. It's just it's just a lot of variable. I know this year they were great day overachieved and he was great for. Them but I do know they also turn the keys over to cruise pause at went. But so I wish him the best I I don't I don't know what's which is even the benchmark look like for Success in Chicago I'm not even sure what I i. if I understand that I'm not even sure I understand their roster of if how good they can possibly be like a lot of guys under team. So I'd be lying if I told you all man. Shares he's going to do so good I don't I don't know any of those things. We'll see he did win sixty plus percent of his games out of the four hundred koshen. Okay. See he had an eighteen and twenty three record in the playoffs as team went to the Western Conference finals in year one when he had Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook of what they did not win a series after that any inherits a very young but my opinion relatively talented young team in Chicago So kudos to billy dee in the front office Chicago for a after a long exhaustive process finally getting their guy scale. Here's some of the other candidates that were interviewed by according to Marc Spears also according to my sources in the front. Office as well. Are they talked to Stephen Silas Jamal. Moseley Dan Craig Kenny Atkinson Gironde Collins Yodok David Vander Pool West Junior Darvin Ham and Chris Fleming who is there assistance assistant so they had a pretty long exhaustive search I. Think the search pivoted when Billy Donovan became available. That was something that was maybe unforeseen, and now he's going to get a chance where they knew front office to lead the Bulls and try to get them back into the playoffs. Gal. On because Chicago has been the second worst team in the NBA Ed only the New York Knicks in terms of the record over the last three years.
Does Growing Almonds Really Waste Too Much Water?
"Friend recently related to me a conversation that she'd had with her Barista, a well-known coffee chain. The BARISTA's convicted that she always bristles when her customers order almond milk for their la tastes because she said growing almonds waste so much water. You may have heard similar things about almonds and their negative impact on the environment. For example, maybe you've heard that it takes a gallon of water to produce a single almond and perhaps like my friends Brisa. You've even been avoiding almonds or almond milk out of concern about their water usage but as is so often the case there's a little more to this story. It's true that almonds are a very water intensive crop but not really more. So then most nuts if we were all to switch to pistachio milk or walnut milk and prompting farmers to start growing more of those nuts instead of growing so many almonds, we'd still be using about the same amount of water. According to data published in the June twenty eighteen issue of the journal Science, the Non Dairy alternatives that have the lowest water footprint are soy and oat milk but not milk's still use significantly less water to produce then cow's milk and in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, almond milk may actually be one of the better choices because these trap so much co two in their leaves more so than other crops but getting back to water issues, the reasons that almond uses such a large share of California's water supply is that they make up such a large share of. His cultural economy. The growing conditions in California are perfect for almonds plus almonds are really high value. Crop farmers earn far more per acre growing almonds than they can growing other crops and demand for almonds has also skyrocketed in the last two decades in part due to a sustained campaign by industry groups to promote the health benefits of almonds. Commodity Groups that support almond growers have spent millions of dollars funding research into almonds, effects on cholesterol, appetite, blood, sugar, body weight, and so forth all in an effort to convince consumers that almonds are super healthy food and it worked although our consumption of other nuts estate relatively steady our intake of alms has. Over the last half century in addition to eating more almonds were also buying more almond butter, topping our salads with almonds baking with almond flour, and ironically even though almond milk doesn't really contain the same benefits as all men's it is also perceived as being very healthy and for consumers who want to avoid both dairy, and so the almond milk has long been the go-to
How will the Philadelphia Eagles get back on track
"All. Right time. Now for the weekly awards in case you're unfamiliar will explain them to you. This seem straightforward. Doesn't it on the Lam that'd be the Philadelphia Eagles Starting Owen to Mike, mentioned earlier nineteen and eighteen. Since they won a super bowl, they got the bengals coming to town Bettag must-win. You gotTa beat the Bengals Yeah I mean. Look at the Eagles back to the wall and you go back and look at you know where they are and what they're doing and how and where their talent bases and what kind of off season they had I mean remember now this Philadelphia Team. Going into next year and they can get rid of a bunch of players going into next year they're like eighty, five, fifty, million above the cap if the cap stays exactly the same. So now they are they not very good. Are they going to be good? You know they got to get rid of some of these guys and some of these young players that there's counting on the good players just haven't come through forum as of yet. So we'll see how it works out but right now I'm a you lose that home game. I mean this town's this town's about ready to explode I mean just come watch. Daily News. Whatever they call that show eagles post game. That's all you need to
Yemen: Escalation in fighting must stop 'before it's too late
"All those fighting in Yemen must find the courage to bring an end to the bloodshed there and offer people a future where peace is sustainable. That's the message on Monday from veteran United Nations negotiator Martin, graduates, special envoy Yemen who has said that it's time to reflect on five years of war that are ravaged. killed thousands and left millions suffering his appeal on the twenty first of September. The International Day of peace also coincides with prisoner release talks that began last Friday in Switzerland. They are part of a deal agreed in Sweden in two thousand eighteen between the Yemen government based in Aden and the mainly Hutu opposition which controls the capital Sonner, some fifteen thousand prisoners and detainees are the object of that deal reported nine hundred. Government loyalists and some six hundred who tease out to be freed as part of these discussions in a tweet welcoming the talks co managed by the UN and the Red Cross Mr Griffiths urged the parties to conclude discussions released detainees swiftly and bring relief to thousands of Yemeni families. The special envoy warned that the coronavirus pandemic is pushing the limits of suffering in Yemen even further after repeating the UN's call for A. Global ceasefire two Yemenis especially those Yemenis in civil society and women and youth groups I salute you all on your courage and your persistence please continue to advocate for a future of equal citizenship rule of law and accountable governance for your country a future of sustainable peace and to the warring parties I say this on this day. I, hope you reflect and find the courage to take the first step towards giving the. People of Yemen the peace they need and deserve according to the UN. World Health. Organization who Yemen has the world's highest death rate positive case of Corona, virus with nearly six hundred deaths from around two thousand confirmed cases.
Unlock Your Untapped Human Potential By Changing How You Breathe With Dan Brule
"Our guest today is the one and only Dan Brulee Denver is a modern day teacher healer and world renowned pioneer in the art and science of breath work. He is one of the creators of breath therapy and he was among the original group of internationally certified rebours. He's a master of Yoga and she gone Janis, medical breathing exercises, and he leaves the worldwide spiritual breathing movement, the coaches trains, and certifies professional Brett workers, and since nineteen seventy, he has traveled to sixty seven countries and a strained more than two hundred and fifty thousand people to use the a bread and breathing for personal growth, professional development, peak performance, self healing, and spiritual awakening, and by the way. Tony Robbins wrote a forward for Danville is books. So you can imagine the die of content, the type of information and wisdom that we're going to get in today's episode, and by the way in case you didn't know this is the third appearance of Dan. Daniela on our forecast and the last time we connected was some wouldn't thousand and eighteen sedan super excited to have you on our show. How's it going? Wow. Wonderful. As I said, if things are going any better I'd have to be twins. Almost feel a little bit guilty during the shut down during this corona craziness Farrah's it's been just it's amazing unplanned unexpected opportunity to to really pause to really stop to dig in and it's resulted in a lot of creative juices flowing and guy been busier than ever. And meanwhile, so many people in the world are really suffering and really struggling and so my heart goes out to people So you know what we we do, what we can we make the best of every situation and sometimes something that we think is something really negative turns out to be a blessing, the gift, and this that that's what's happening for us loosen our corner of the world's around this whole crazy shutdown thing. Absolutely I think it's been hard time for a lot of people around the world especially in terms of divisiveness, your people, both sides, and there's a lot of. Anxiety stress as well. But I think your services and your support are even more needed right now as you very. Profoundly, teach people how to breathe correctly and properly and well. So I think it's a very opportune moment validity to. For this interview I was hoping to start from very beginning. Maybe tell us where did you grow up and what was life as a kid for? Well, you know I was the kid who in the school yard was organizing all the breath holding competitions. You know I can remember we we play with hyperventilating and then like squeezy. Almost pass out and you know just. Playing with the plane with the graph I since I was raised in new Bedford Massachusetts Which is where Moby Dick you know there's a whaling capital of the world. Catholic school who? factory Industry Town Garment Factory Textile Mills the cushion it river was right next to. US some very old American Indian tradition in that part of the world. And So the energy is really beautiful in the forest and long the ocean there. but yeah I. turned onto the breath as a little Catholic boy in kindergarten hearing about how God breathed into the nostrils of man the breath of life and man became a living soul and I don't know it just hearing that as a little Feiger kid. I Dunno lit something in me and And just been a missionary for the breath ever since and every job I've ever had and. has kept taking me back to the breath in one way or another until it's the only thing I've really done now for the last forty years is is been a missionary for the breath. So and it's you know forty fifty years ago I felt like a voice crying out in the desert. Breathing what's that breathing a? and. So now it's great that the science is caught up and can now we have understanding on my some of the ancient yoga practices and guys practices and why they work and and what's what's involved in them and So I love that science and spirit meet and the breath is is exactly a perfect place or science and spirituality could meet.
How Can I Install an Irrigation System Without Damaging Tree Roots?
"Says. I'd like to put an irrigation system in for my lawn. How. Close can I put the lines to existing mature trees without damaging the roots? Well Mark. That's a tough one to answer. Let me just start with the fact that if what he's speaking of mature trees that has been in the ground where they are for three years and or more, the chances are the roots reach out at least as far as the width of the canopy of the tree. Now I have seen. Irrigation put in where the lines have gone way way way too close to the trunk and it makes almost a major kill in the root zone because they have to dig down deep enough to get the lines properly buried so to speak. That's big danger. Now, if if we look at a tree trunk and the crown of the tree reaches out fifteen eighteen feet on any given side, if they stay out ten feet away from the trunk. They're gonNA be cutting some routes without any question however. The odds are they will only be, let's just say dampening the plants growth to a certain small degree. Kill factor probably goes away when you have a tree with a canopy that widen you get closer than ten feet from the trunk. Then you start to get into the big breaks routes you get into a physical matter of holding themselves in the ground you get into the root growth and so on. So if I may On Doug's question. stay. It's hard without knowing exactly what speaking up but try to stay out as far from the trunk as you can in all cases. Now, sometimes you go, for example, between trees of of the. Size that are stated. So you put the line equidistant from the two trees. You know you're cutting roots of both but probably not so very many you run the main line between the trees then you run the spurs off. Or the feeder lines, whatever you WANNA call them you run those off and you think now of compass points, you think of a wagon wheel whichever with tree trunk being the hub, and then the spokes being the major routes if you can get out away and then run a line in a long with I'll call nearly parallel to the roots. Then you're not cutting so many that are important and you can put sprinkler heads and so on and a little closer but the best answer for Doug is to try to get somebody to come out and take a look at the place in terms of tree considerations and other plants, and then go with era. Gate.
The Future Of The Affordable Care Act In A Supreme Court Without Ginsburg
"The fight over who will replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be fierce because supreme. Court decisions are so high stakes among the highest decisions on health care and abortion, and this morning we're GonNa talk about both starting with healthcare the quarterback in session on October fifth several state attorneys. General are challenging the affordable care act they want it thrown? Tens of millions of people would lose Medicaid benefits and more than one hundred million people would lose protections for pre existing conditions. So very high stakes duly rovner of Kaiser, health news is with us now. Good Morning Julie. Good morning where do things stand with the affordable care act? Well, things are tenuous Congressman 2017 failed to repeal and replace law but it did eliminate the penalty for not having insurance as part of its big year end tax bill just a couple of months. Later, a group of Republican attorneys general and governor sued they said that without the penalty, the law was now unconstitutional. That's because the law would they say was only upheld by the Supreme Court in two thousand twelve because the penalty was a constitutional exercise of Congress's taxing power. So no tax no affordable care act. Now, most legal experts didn't think a lot of this case including. Some scholars who had argued to strike crippled the law in cases that went to the court in two, thousand twelve, and again in two thousand fifteen. But a federal judge in Texas bought the argument in late twenty eighteen and in two thousand, nine, thousand, nine, hundred appeals court panel in New Orleans agreed although it's case back to the lower court to see if the whole really had to go democratic attorneys general who are now defending the law because the trump administration is not we're worried about leaving the helpful in limbo for as long as that would take, which could be years they asked the Supreme Court to step in right away the court. But. It didn't agree to decided before the election. Okay. So without Justice Ginsburg, what the possibilities for how the court might decide this case? Well, there are several if they're still eight justices, it could be afforded four tie that would mean that the lower court ruling would stand, but it might just apply in that circuit. So Texas Louisiana. Mississippi or the court could ask that the case be re argued when there's a ninth justice, the court could also decide that the. Individual Mandate the requirement for people to have insurance even though with no penalty is unconstitutional, but the rest of law might be able to survive It's worth mentioning that even limited decision could strike down protections for pre existing conditions a very popular because those are considered tightly linked to the mandate or the court could strike down the entire law which seems unlikely with only eight justices but you never know and possible of president trump manages to fill the seat right away. What happens if the Supreme Court does strike down the entire law? Well, the word most health experts I've talked about this is chaos not only could more than twenty million Americans immediately lose insurance coverage popular provision like letting young adults stay on their parent's health plan guaranteeing coverage of pre existing conditions expanded prescription drug, and preventive benefits for. Seniors. On Medicare would all be eliminated it would also impact healthcare providers, hospitals, and insurers and doctors who's the way they are bill in are paid is intimately tied in to the law. So the court hearing the case in November, but we likely won't get a decision until next year anyway. So if Joe Biden is elected, could he drop the case? No because it's actually not the administration's case it's the Republican attorneys general but a Democratic Congress under Democratic president could make the case mood they could put the penalty back at a dollar they could eliminate the rest of the language about the mandate. Or they could pass a bill saying the change in two thousand seventeen was not intended to impact the rest of the law. All of those however would be big fights on their own. Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News thanks Julie.
'Hard, Dirty Job': Cities Struggle To Clear Garbage Glut In Stay-At-Home World
"This is certainly true at my house. American staying home during the pandemic or eating more at home doing more at home ordering more deliveries that arrive in boxes at home and some cities are struggling to keep up with the trash NPR's Scott horsely reports. It's not like garbage collector yogi military's spying on the people whose trashy picks up, but he can't help notice some changes along his residential route in northeastern Ohio. Tell you about. The biggest thing is everybody at home from work and home from school more people means more trash. CEESAY. That dimitrius target has also felt the weight of extra trash along his route in Alfa Reta Georgia, tart us to pick up seventeen or eighteen tonnes each day. Now it's more like twenty two tonnes the cans over field we gotta get clean love some time when they hit the ground tart one of those semi automated trash trucks, but he can't always stay. Arm's length away from the garbage. He worries some of the extra trash he's handling carry traces of the coronavirus scary I hate it. I have to get out and stuff that I see after. That's the biggest. Fear my job is. Take home. Nationwide residential trash volumes spiked as much as twenty five percent during the spring lockdown since then it's dropped a bit, but it's still well above pre pandemic levels. Garbage collectors that means longer workdays and more trips to the dump. Some sanitation workers have gotten sick or had to quarantine. Baltimore's faced a severe shortage of trash collectors acting public works director Matthew Bark says, it's not easy to find replacements. It is just a hard dirty job. It is quite common for someone to walk off the job within a day or two because they just don't realize. How hard the work is there is less garbage these days at vacant office buildings and Hotels Guard says the commercial trash trucks that typically empty those dumpsters are not easily reassigned to residential neighborhoods. We actually use a specially designed trash truck that can fit in the narrow alleys. The contractors don't have that Baltimore temporarily halted curbside recycling this month. So short handed crews can concentrate on trash pickup. Nashville is also making adjustments. Assistant Public Works Director Sharon. Smith says that city will start collecting trash five days a week. Instead of four it'll be shorter days shorter route and much more manageable. Particularly, if the changes we've seen with people working from home continues on into the future trash collection is overwhelmed garbage piles up in the street drawing rats, flies than lots of complaints from residents, Ohio. Garbage Collector Yogi Miller says, nobody wants that they don't realize how much they need until something happens where their trash doesn't get picked up. That's what people want. They want to put it out in the morning and when. They come home in the afternoon and they wanted to be gone. There may be a silver lining to this garbage Glut David. Biedermann who heads the Solid Waste Association of North America says it has led to newfound appreciation for some frontline workers who were often invisible in the past could as garbage day in my neighborhood and mine neighbor has a sign on her garbage and thanking the sanitation workers dimitrius Tar has seen similar signs on his route in Georgia along with a child. Thank you. Note drawn in Crayon they say, Hey, you know we really appreciate it I mean the sanitation, the world stop we stopped. Scott horsely NPR news Washington.
With a New Sleep-Aid Drink, Pepsi Tackles Coronasomnia
"Americans are getting far less sleep than we ever have. We were already a nation of insomniacs before covid nineteen created so much chaos. Now, apparently, even fewer of us are getting enough shut eye. So help is coming from a highly unusual source pepsico. That's right. One of the nation's biggest caffeine purveyors now wants to help us get to sleep last week. Pepsi introduced a new bedtime drink intended to provide some. Relief called drift. Well, it's a blackberry lavender drank contains two chemicals said to be relaxing magnesium and an amino acid called L. CNN. Pepsi will begin selling drift well online at the end of the year and in stores and twenty, twenty one but you better start saving your pennies now. So called functional drinks, those containing vitamins, minerals, proteins, and other supplements cost a lot more than your average soda when drift well hits the market, a ten pack of the seven and a half ounce cans will set you back eighteen bucks. Pepsi says it began developing drift well, last year after an employee up the idea during an internal pitch competition no reports on whether that employees can't sleep. So drift well predates the corona virus, but it's release is well-timed with what sleep specialists now say is an epidemic of insomnia. The draft accompanying the pandemic is so widespread that some specialists are calling pandemic do sleeplessness Coronas Omnia the Washington. Post reports insomnia has long been a plague on our lives prior to the pandemic ten to fifteen percent of Americans suffered from chronic insomnia according to the. Post that's the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep at least three nights a week for three months or more well now, those numbers are even higher although studies aren't yet conclusive on just how much higher they are but consider this prescriptions for sleep AIDS jumped fifteen percent from mid February to mid March according to data from express scripts reported by the Post and of course, his problem surge. So to do the markets for solutions, the market for sleep AIDS, is currently worth a billion dollars in growing quickly according to data provided by Pepsi. And why shouldn't the soda giant get a piece of that? Indeed as we've reported here before Pepsi has been diversifying for many years forging a healthier and more profitable path forward soda consumption declines as CNN noted in twenty-six. Pepsi Acquired Kabukicho Maker Kavita two years. Later it bought Health Warrior, a maker of plant based energy bars, and it has added protein powders to some of its line of gatorade energy drinks. Not, to be outdone, rival coke is also bought a combined shoemaker. It's lines of bottled water and sparkling waters are doing well to cocoa also has acquired honest tea and it has long been the owner of Zico, a brand of coconut water but so far coke products can only keep you awake not help you slumber depending on how well drift well does though a sleep inducing beverage from coke probably won't be far behind in back the need for a sleep aid soda. Might just be keeping. The are indeed people coke. Up at, night.
Khan Academy: Sal Khan
"Most of the products and services we've talked about on the show have been innovative or disruptive in some way. But some of them and you've heard me say this before have fundamentally changed the way we live I mean lift AIRBNB starbucks. Shop Affi-. wayfair. These brands have transformed the way that many of us shop and travel and work. But every now, and then a founder comes along that seems to want to do something even more ambitious, even more transformative like remember. Pat. Brown, he founded impossible foods to create meet out of plants meet. So meet like that even the most die-hard carnivores would want to eat it. Pat Wants to put a stop to meet production period because of the damage, it's doing to the planet and essentially and I don't think I'm overstating this. He set out from day one to change the world. But still. Pat Brown stands to make a lot of money from his company same with most of the founders who've been on this show and I don't think any of them are motivated primarily to make money but it is part of the story they make a product or offer service, sell it to you and me, and they also get rich perfectly fine. But what about someone who makes a product or offers a service that is equally transformational maybe even more so but makes it one hundred percent free To do that, you have to make personal sacrifices starting by earning a lot less money. which is just part of what makes Sal Khan. So incredibly remarkable. Over the past twelve years, he's built Khan Academy into a powerhouse, a massive online learning platform that offers free tutorials to anyone anywhere. And from the very beginning South sided, his academy would be a nonprofit that it should never be tempted to compromise on its values. But before he launched Khan, Academy Sal didn't anticipate any of this. He was just trying to help a younger cousin with her sixth grade math lessons at the time he was working for a hedge fund. But from those early days of doing one on one to toils sal gradually built a platform that offers hundreds of classes in dozens of languages. Nearly thirty million people use Khan Academy. Every month to learn math science arts even sat prep all four free and Khan. Academy has inspired the launch of many other online learning platforms, but many of them are for profit operations that charge money. But we'll get to all that moment first. Let's back up just a little bit sal Khan grew up in metairie Louisiana his mom was from India and his dad was from Bangladesh and the marriage ended when sal was pretty young. My parents. Had issues and so they separated when I was probably about eighteen months old two years old and then I had really never seen my father and I saw once four an evening when I was thirteen and then he passed away the next year so it was really might. mother who raised us as as a single mother. While was there a community of South Asian families in imagery? Growing up. Yeah my you know when my parents separated. We actually live with my young at the time they were in their twenty s, and so they all were kind of like father figures and almost like older siblings to to me as well and and a lot of ways they were not your stereotypical you know. Just come to the US study. Get a job save money kind of prudent immigrant story they were. They were much more embracing of New Orleans. Culture. And I would say they're the most new ORLEAN South Asians. You will ever find it in your life. I had a very colorful childhood. You know late night parties, people, singing, and dancing. For me it felt like a I remember my third birthday that my uncles got a belly dancer. I still remember Habiba you know So it was definitely a different type of childhood, but it was a in some ways a really rich one. So what did your mom do for a living? The first job that I remember her having she she was the person who takes the change out of the vending machine at the at the local hospital actually the hospital where I was born and she took me to work a couple of times 'cause she didn't have childcare and I thought at the time I remember watching her do that. I think it was like the coolest job on earth because you have the key that you can open up the vending machine and like quarters just pour out of it. So she did that for a little bit and then essentially was a cashier at a series of convenience stores is kind of doing you know one minimum wage job after another and then I was in high school she had remarried her my Stepdad at the time were able to. Kind of cobble together to get a a small convenience store in. Your book you write. Louisiana was as close to South Asia as the United States could get. It's spicy food. Giant cockroaches in the corrupt government which is both funny but somewhat true true. I guess right I mean. You grew up at a time when. Like David Duke was the. The representative in steel her. The part of Mary where we had our store, it was called seminole convenience store on Seminole Avenue, and it's called a parliamentary called on that was kind of the heart of David Dukes base. So to speak I remember in a right outside of our our store across the street was the largest David Duke for president signing I've ever seen and so it was A. You know the the folks who lived in the neighborhood who were frankly know Super David Duke supporters in some ways it was lucky. This is pre nine eleven They didn't really know what to make of my family at at the time We've had a few conversations I remember with people the store where they they openly told us that they were trying to decide whether we were white or the N. word to you know we were confusing them but you know growing up I was the only Brown kid in in the classroom. But I never felt in school at all like folks were in any way biased or racist against me. If anything I have to give the the school system to Jefferson parish school system, a lot of credit you know I think a lot of what I am today is because they gave me opportunities there were teachers that believed in me. I had a really good friend circle So so I have no. You, know I I don't feel like it was a a tough childhood.
Interview with George Varanakis of The Portrait Masters
"Welcome back to another episode I am your host Frederick Ben Johnson today. Once again on the hot seat, I have my good friend. Mr George Very. You may have heard his name in the industry. He's he's got or had fingers in all corners of the photography industry that didn't come out right but. Just. Men involved with everything photography. If you don't know his name, you probably have been to an event that he's been. Behind. Trains on. All that stuff. So George here talk about. What are we talking about the Porch Masters Live? This is your last greatest you like you just like attempting really hard projects and. Hitting home runs apparently. So this one was obviously. Cova head and we had our original conference which was going to be in Phoenix Arizona September ninth through the twelfth we had to make a big decision and it was okay. Do we just not do anything this year or do we try to do our virtual conference if you will I don't really love the virtual name I was like call it digital conference that's just me but yeah. We made that decision and moved back our dates a little bit. So we are September first of the twenty third three days we've got so much content some amazing content. We're doing things a little bit differently than I think what a lot of lot of the. Virtual trade show conferences. You'll see out there in the photo industry or just overall We went out this a little bit differently in that we prerecorded everything and not like prerecord Webcam or zoom kinda thing we prerecorded like shootouts and we had people at our studio We had people at Peter Hurley Studio in New York shooting, and so we've got these amazing shootout through Canon Sony and pro photo. We've got keynote speakers like a tab of the coffee from her famous Bravo show. She is one of our keynotes and she's just incredible Her brother show was Tabitha takes over. We've got mark seller. WHO's one of the most amazing photographers on the planet. You he's done countless numbers of covers for Cube, fair the role I think he's got he's done over one hundred rolling stone cover so I'm really excited of our lineup and we're GONNA do this in a really fun way. It's GonNa be really fun over the three days that we're doing this. We've got kind of a trade show section. We've got a content section. We're GONNA be giving away a ton of stuff and that sue it Nikki closer will be live here in the studio Kinda just introducing a all the classes sue out was just decided a couple of minutes ago. WHO's GonNa do for closing keynote keynote live so we're so most of it is prerecorded, we will have live host, but the content that's come out of this is off the charts I'm really excited. In you when you say you're talking about sue brice. Right, yes? Yes right. These Subaru you should put it in front of her name. Yeah. you WANNA have you set the stage on just a portrait masters for the folks that may not have heard about the conference? What what so Thank you for inviting me to the last one I was I was there in Arizona. Last. Yeah. It was. It was that's the word. It was a blast. Folks that may not have heard of the conference described what what this sort of you know the the soul of the conference is intended to be win it's real versus now when. Virtual or digital doesn't it seem like that was ten years ago. Does right. It's I feel twenty years older I, know. Like as my hair. So the Portrait Masters Conference, it's really a boutique conference in that we have only we cap it at five hundred people We have only nine speakers, one stage, one room. There's no breakout classes we really tried to simplify it and we wanted to give people inexperienced that they never forget. So we added so many different things to this conference that you won't see at other places. For example, we put shooting days in the. Trade show. So some of which are sponsored can have a couple of shooting base Pro Photo will have a couple of shooting bays and basically, and we do a bunch of our own. So basically, it's a model backdrop lighting and you just go and shoot and people went absolutely crazy fort when we when we launched it at it, really we kind of created like a Disneyland photographers almost where you could go in. You could talk to the vendors you could shoot, you could touch. You could feel kind of the things that we love about trade shows. Right you have that opportunity to to touch feel products but also like you could read a camera camera body from any of the vendors, the camera houses and Kinda go around the show and and shoot the networking part of it, which this is one that suit came up with but a red ribbon for someone that hadn't been there to our conference. Before if you're wearing a red ribbon, it was to show everybody else. Hey, come say hi and their brand new they don't know anybody and it was. Just, it ended up being such an incredible experience for people because you go to a trade show, you thought the Portrait Masters amazing show that you wanted to go to it's it's an expensive ticket it's eighteen hundred dollars, but it includes all your your meals, and some other things that we we do. But for the Red Ribbon, it's just amazing 'cause I've I saw a dozen times people just may be sitting by themselves or walking by themselves and other attendants would go and say, hey, how are you come sit with me and and it was just that networking part that that really kind of came out of it, which is really cool.
ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes
"This week we go to the frontlines of the youth climate strike movement. There are hundreds of protests going on all around the world today as young people, school children from Australia to Iceland come together to protest about what they're calling the crisis of their lifetime climate change. Of course, what they see is politicians inability or unwillingness to do anything about it to the global protests that is underway right now, students and workers all around the world of flooding the streets demanding action on climate change, Maggie, Rulli that a demonstration in London with the latest Michael with thousands of protesters, right underneath parliament, and what's so striking besides just the sheer size of protesters here are. The age of people who are demonstrating almost all of them are students that's hiding just nine years old. We spoke to a group of seventeen year olds who said they're here today to fight for their future. Now, the goal of this strike, really all these strikes around the world it's a send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the UN climate summit happening this week in New York climate change protests happening right now in lower Manhattan this is video from chopper four showing the massive crowd marching from Foley Square the courthouses down to the battery among the people flooding city streets were students who were allowed to skip class today to join this 'cause. I told with Jerome Foster. who had seven sounded watching documentaries about our planet go activated and started climate blogging creating virtual reality platforms social justice. He's now eighteen has been climate striking for eighty one weeks in front of the white. House. He founded one million of us to get youth to vote this November Jerome is one of eleven million people from over one hundred and forty countries the climate striking and skipping school to tell us we need to act now. I stopped by asking Jerome where he is now. I'm visiting New York City I just moved here for college, but I was born and raised in Washington DC. I'm going to college at Peace University and Columbia Columbia basically majoring in computer science specializing artificial intelligence. are distance-learning others are like mixed waken coming class in? Their dorm near the off his classes, some of them, most of my classes right now are digital. Have One. Now. So tell me about growing up in DC and kind of what led you to get into the place where you founded the organization one, million US. So where I grew up in Washington DC right around like places. And forests and those like a huge place for me to explore my neighborhood. So I kinda grew up getting in touch with nature and after years of like understanding what nature wasn't had really appreciate it. I started watching documented by astrophysics and learning about like what are world's about like what a black holes water were imposed all these cool late science things, and after that, I started watching documentaries about my own planet and how our planet fit into. Astrophysics. into the rest of the world that every time they talk about something else beautiful it's like but humans are burning it down and but. Are Continuing to extract coal and an oil and natural gas to power earth than is going to continue to see species go extinct and like that was kind of a wake up call for me understanding that our earth is actually has like trouble going on but still being like six or seven years old was like. This isn't that big of an issue. Adults are GonNa fix this adults definitely going to step up and take action but Learning later on like it didn't happen. That's that's not the story as the navy faded it. kind of grew into another understanding that like if the corruption is the unwillingness to have moral clarity won't stand up to corporations and that they don't have the political leadership to acting say, we need to hold you accountable and like as older I was like, how can I get into? Really. Getting their attention actually taking action when my friends kind of toby lunch table they're like, Hey, you should start into pitch. Okay. Cool. So like for sixth seventh and Eighth Grade I posted every single day. and. Like facts and got to like and I was like I got to convince that climate change because back then like global warming is a hoax and everyone believed that that was the big struggle and like today it's not that same conversation. It's about how do we take action but back then it was all about is it real? And I did that for six eighth grade in ninth grade I trying to transition. To. More technology and building I reality environments. So I mean when you say like it's ten years, it has been view like if he started when you seven that. Yeah. I started virtuality company called Vr, and basically it was the idea that like we can use virtuality. Gaming Place, but actually civic engagement accident building empathy only a few people will be able to see it because it's so expensive to create and it's so hard. Tribute it out. So I, kind of transition into. into journalism and it was because I started watching my documentaries again. It was Leonardo DiCaprio's before the flood and like in the last five minutes he said we need commentators then covered as if it's a lot we need young people we need people to come out here and start talking about time change in a new way. So I was like I can do that. There's like I'm I'm I'm with around blood so like two hours. Later I I email my English teacher in accurate a blog called the climb reporter and one hundred, sixty, five articles like eight months and determine about climate change from east perspective sounds like we need young people in this movement because our future is directly at stake people will say their children's children but we're the Stojan. At this point we waited fifty years to take action. Our Future. Now,
Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments
"A. Wings Eighteen, seventy, two or eighteen, seventy, two dash. Two, one to. At Ambon, which is in Indonesia was flying from Ambon to Babbo with forty nine passengers and three crew D my Indonesia accent. Yeah. I think you make an APP. I am was in the initial climb out of Ambon Putnam, Laura Airport's runway to just when just after becoming airborne all display units, standby instruments, communication and multifunction control display unit failed. All of it. The landing gear lever not good. No landing gear lever could not be retracted. Climbing through about two thousand feet the display units one and three partially recovered showing speed and altitude indications again, and about three thousand feet communication and remaining displaying its intermittently recovered and the landing gear retracted. They put their landing gear lever up and then finally goes. Okay. Yeah. Sure. You're up. You sure. It wasn't doing a Microsoft update or something might have been. So. I'm thinking. If this were instrument meteorological conditions. I believe we will be reading about the accident and terrible tragic crash of this flight however could easily be yeah without any insurance when you're going to do not ways up, right. Thankfully the weather was not quite as bad. I mean it wasn't perfect, but it wasn't IMC apparently. and they were able to maintain. Reference to the. Queues outside to keep the airplane flying straight and level and climbing all stuff aircraft stop the climate four thousand feet position for return to runway for about thirty minutes after departure but went around and enter to hold at seven thousand feet. The aircraft subsequently landed back on runway four, one hour fifty minutes past. Departure. In Asia Cayenne KT which I guess is there investigatory agency rated the occurrence a serious incident? Yeah. Open an investigation. There were no injuries and the aircraft sustained minor damage doesn't really say. How I can recall. Let's see. Then they go into a little bit more detailed by the way this is from the aviation. Excuse me. Aviation Herald. Let's see the weather during the situation was raining and the ground visibility was six kilometers. So you know wasn't. Great with not great. Let's see the. Starting process of the engines was normal when the aircraft taxied in lined up for runway to to. The aircraft took off and after airborne, the pilot verified the idol gate lever engaged I don't know what that is something to do with props. I guess suddenly all five display units and the integrated electronic standby instrument i. e s I went blank and the VHF radios burr off. the pilot glance to the overhead panel several lights eliminated. Consisting of the shed light on the D. C. Service utility busts, the available light on the external power push buttons. That problem they. Hit a great big generated. Along. With the we're just getting of course Pack lavatory detection engine boost. Hey we have a lavatory, we detected there. during the Situa- we just talked about that the pilot did not have flight instruments as reference for flight therefore, the pilot flew visually. about one minute. So everything came back and let's see why is it that they ended up holding for a while they run some checklist or something that the deal oh, I think he was waiting for the weather to improve. A bit before they came in for their landing. Yeah. Sensible. Relying, his attitude indicators. And other instruments. Yeah. Urinate Visual Reference Yeah. That was smart. So you know you'd think that was this the airplane that was kind of Pretty new or was that another one lows? Let's see Oh. August fourth twenty seventeen. Yeah. So it's Relatively, new airplane Not, sure. Exactly. What happened there some kind of electrical. Weirdness apparently yeah. I mean a supply problem but the thing that really concerns me as if you get a supply problem to you main instrument panels. Avis or whatever type of aircraft urine you would expect perhaps to lose some. But the one thing that should you should always bail rely on is you standby instruments they should be from a completely separate power sauce. Often. Just connected almost directly to the battery so that regardless of what else you've lost, you've got something to go on to help fly the airplane. the fact that he lost his signed by insurance as well. makes me seriously concerned about the architecture, the electrical system of of this aircraft. If, they find a full of manages to take out. So many buzzes by all buses that they also lose their same standby instruments that for me is a major concern. Yeah. I'm wondering if if that was something about the way, the electrical system was designed and manufactured or maybe. There was some kind of maintenance done to the airplane and they didn't connect all the bits and bobs correctly. I don't know I saw. The aircraft should be so capable on the ground before they get on something incorrect deep rooted of self diagnosing electrical problem If they wouldn't have got to have on, they had known that they had a major potential right room with their instruments. Sure. So this is just It happens. On a bus of had some problems in the pasta with unexpected glitches which have taken out all the display units but never have I heard of an Airbus having a problem with standby simultaneously that that is just nine national that is not supposed to happen. Ever. But did apparently in this case, and thankfully, the weather was good enough for them to maintain control their come. We had some pundits who had enough skill to bail to continue to fly the airplane the even relatively poor visibility with. Right around which meant horizon, the visual horizon would have been indistinct. They managed to interpret what was happening to the aircraft in their Themselves and not get fooled and not getting a situation where they lost control. So fantastic
Defisafety: Quality Audits on Smart Contracts in the Ethereum Community With Rex Hygate
"I actually started looking at three right after the Dow which was really cool. But and I just looked and then in early twenty, eighteen, some People from consensus reached out to me, and we were chatting about unrelated things. But they said if I wanted to do something I should go to Hath on. So I went to at Denver in two, thousand, eighteen and there I meant Bryant and we started secure dot org which was focused on software process. Documentation for making. blockchain software because we saw a lot of similarity some an aerospace guy. We saw a lot of similarities between aerospace and we started focusing on that. and. That went through twenty eighteen and then kind of fizzled crypto winter and such, and then defy safety. Dot Com is a covid inspired business because I got. Finished with my day job and suddenly had a whole bunch of time and. I wanted to see how I could contribute in. In blockchain as it was coming up and I'm not really a financial guy, I'm not a coder. So I took the roots of. The. Concept of secure breath looking at the the the testing process in the coating process and the documentation process and from that I came up with. The idea of defy. Safety. Score through a device safety audit and I invented the process and in July we went live and I think we've got twenty three audits completed now. What's in these audits? Can you tell us so? The audits are a sequence off questions in four sections. I look at the executing code, the code on the blockchain, and it's things like is the code there can people see the addresses and I only look at publicly available? On its publicly available information. So information on the website on the get hub medium articles but stuff that. A user can easily find if So I. DON'T I try not to look at private stuff and then it's is the code being used as it verified does it match what's in the Software repository is a software repository healthy that's one section. And then encodes in documentation rather it's like. Is there a white paper? Are the requirements documented like have? They said this is what the thing does it a separate document other than the code. And does the requirements or that that documentation fully relate to the code? And then is sufficiently detailed in in comments in the code and is possible the. Aerospace real aerospace like thing. Can you trace from the software from the requirements to the code and to the test like did they put it traceability and that's something that I would say most people don't do yet. And then I have a set of questions for testing and a set of questions for arts. and. And who's the main audience for both like consuming these things as well as going out in like purchasing these things. So, the main audience are users of defiant products and it gives a level of trustworthiness of the code and down in one number percentage and a color red yellow green. So. That's my main target market. So that people have an idea of whether or not you should trust A. Particular application are they being public? Are they showing their? all the information that a normal. As during product would show. and. The obvious question here, which I would ask if I was listening to this or thinking about getting one is, what's the turnaround price of something like this like what was as a user? If I, if I care about our project I, don't understand. Potentially due diligence, but I'd like someone to help me do it. And I want to maybe invest I would like some stronger confidence interval. On something like that like. How soon, I'm going to be able to get that if I come to you and how much it cost is it worth it for me to do that if I'm going to invest in something. So we're still we've only been doing this for two months. So wouldn't say we've got a real market price. It will be under five. K.. And generally results can be done in about a week. Depending on how many people in what I'm working on at the time big. Roughly, so it's a relatively quick process and it's not a an awful lot of money in order to be able to go through the whole process and what comes out is a report. Detailed report looking at each one and then You know you can for a developer wants to improve. You can sit back and talk about it and and. Often there's very simple ways to improve. Sometimes if you're looking at adding documentation to your code, it's we'll take a real investment in.
The Positives and Negatives of Investing Your Money in gold
"The positives and negatives of investing your money in gold by Robert Farrington of the college investor Dot Com. Do you remember all the hype around gold in the not. So distant past from two thousand, seven to two thousand eleven. The value of an ounce of gold went from about five hundred dollars to eighteen hundred dollars. If you would have purchased gold in two, thousand seven, you would have nearly quadrupled your investment in just five years. Now, that is one heck of an investment. Around this time I also pronounced that you shouldn't buy gold and it received a lot of criticism in more recent years. Gold has settled back down to around thirteen hundred dollars and sometimes slightly less than that. So hopefully, you took my advice, but the question still remains in the back of people's minds. Would it be wise to invest in gold right now? At, its current price gold is worth five hundred dollars less than its previous high. So one would think that an increase in value could be on the horizon. Here's what you really need to know about the pros and cons of investing in gold. Pros of investing in gold. In my opinion, there are three major pros when it comes to gold investment one, it's equality hedge against a down market to it will still have value of paper currency inflates and three. There is an apparent upside to its value versus years. One Gold is a quality hedge against a down market. As we all saw in two thousand seven when the stock market took a dive everyone began putting their faith in gold instead with the higher demand in gold and with a limited supply. The price of gold went up massively within the next couple of years we may witness another steep downmarket, which may again increase the value of gold. Two Gold we'll still have. Value Paper currency inflates. Local currencies constantly fluctuate against foreign currencies. It's the way of the world policies are in place to hold currency steady, but they're not always foolproof once a currency begins to make a downward spiral it can be very difficult to stop severe inflation, which of course, decreases our purchasing power. Is often the more solid option for currency since there's a finite amount of this precious metal if you have gold, then you're likely to hold on to more of your overall worth than someone that is put all of their faith in the banks and paper currency. Three, there is an apparent upside to the value of gold. As I stated before gold was once at eighteen hundred dollars but now rests at value of less than thirteen hundred. If there's a slight blip in our economy that sends fear through the nation, then gold could easily spike back to eighteen hundred mark. It no longer seems far fetched because after all the value has already been there before. Cons of investing in gold. I used to be a huge advocate of gold and silver investing but my opinions on this investment technique have changed largely because of these cons. One Gold has a terrible historical return. If you went back two hundred years and put ten thousand dollars in gold ten, thousand in bonds and ten thousand stocks, which of these investments would come out on top. Well, if you're smart, you would probably not choose gold to be the top investment but the astonishing part about this is how poorly it actually performed versus the stocks and bonds. Here are the values of your investments after two hundred. Years. Old Twenty six thousand dollars bonds eight million dollars stocks five point six, billion dollars. Based on the historical returns gold is a lousy investment. To Gold is worthless if things get really bad. As a pro, we stated that gold is a great hedge against the dollar inflating, which causes us to lose our purchasing power. This is true. But what if the currency becomes absolutely worthless and we all have to resort to trading goods to survive what value is gold at that point? Well, let's see me certainly can't eat gold. So it is of little value for that purpose and you really can't make anything easily out of gold either. So there really isn't any value they're pretty much at this point your gold nuggets in bars are only as valuable as Iraq because he might be able to throw it at something and kill it. Three gold only earns you money when you sell it. The biggest con of investing in gold in my opinion. Oh and Warren Buffett's is that it produces you absolutely nothing when you own it. If you want to grow truly wealthy than you want to buy an asset that produces a passive income while you own it so that you can then by other assets that make you even more wealthy. Warren started doing this as a boy. When he bought a hunk of land, he knew the land would increase in value but the truly great part is investment was that he could earn an income each year from the local farmer that wanted to rent his land after a few years of Rental Income Warren Kundun reinvest his money into even more land and do this over and over again, this method allowed him to buy assets that gained in value, but also gave him income while he owned them.
Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal
"Gary Welcome to the show. Hi, thanks for having me. Well, can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, we we all loved growing up, right? Yeah. I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. A popular child with choice of of many, and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, ten, two, hundred, eighteen categories, but magic spoons. Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. How do you achieve that? Correct? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. Blend of protein slits, we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn Syrup, or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. Ingram comes from natural flavors. Basically Ryan's depending on ever. We have a obliterate flavor, for example, some of us. Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. So not really adding any sugar but are You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For example, the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. Even. Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So it's it's quite impressive and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. Can you talk more about that direct? So he's a blend of. Highly Sunflower oil, and then avocado oil. Basically, you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, of course, was high quality. Fatty Acids rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil pretty different from regular Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. And of course, avocado oil very healthy as well. Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, and now that in recent years, the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, stand on that. Do you now that? Yeah, they're good impact which is why we chose them. So Chicago halls are generally very good. So bunch of using things like A. Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. So obviously, stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, and so we wanted to avoid those issues, which is why you chose these three. Got It. So
Activists, Anna Arnold Hedgeman
"Today we're talking about a trail-blazing political activist and educator. She was the first black woman to be a member of a oral cabinet in New York City and the only woman on the administrative committee for the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. Let's talk about Anna. Arnold. Henchmen. Anna was born in eighteen ninety nine in Marshall Town. Iowa. Her family later moved to a NOCA- where they were the only black family in the community. In Nineteen Eighteen Anna graduated from high school and enrolled in Hamline University. It was there that she heard a lecture by w e boys and was inspired to pursue a career in education. In nineteen twenty two Anna was the first African American to graduate from HER UNIVERSITY After graduation unable to find a teaching job in Saint Paul Public schools because she was black and found a teaching job but historically, black school in Mississippi called Rust College. On her train ride down south to her new job in Mississippi Anna, had her first experience with Jim. Crow segregation laws a train conductor told her that when the train reached Illinois had to sit in the overcrowded colored section and not in the dining car white people sat. Anna spent two years at rust college before turning to Minnesota. Unable to find a teaching job after once again, facing racial discrimination, she switched careers. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and became an executive director of the black. Branch of the Young Women's Christian, association or the YWCA. She continued her executive role for twelve years helping to develop various international programs and education. In nineteen thirty, three Anna married folk musician merit a henchman. In nineteen forty, four Anna was appointed executive director at the F. E. P. C.. The national. Council for a Permanent Fair Employment Practices Committee. She spearheaded the fight against employment discrimination. From nineteen, fifty, four to nineteen fifty eat anna served in the cabinet of Robert F Wagner Junior then New York mayor. She was the first african-american and first female member of a mayoral cabinet. For the next few years she worked in a variety of roles including as a columnist as well as as a public relations consultant. In one thousand, nine, fifty, three Anna spent three months in India as next leader for the State Department. She also unsuccessfully ran for Congress in one thousand, nine, hundred sixty and for New York City Council president in Nineteen. Sixty five. One of Anna's most famous feats was her role in the nineteen, sixty, three march on Washington. We hold these choose to be self-evident. That, all men are created. Was the only woman on the administrative committee working with civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King, junior, Bayard Reston. And Eighth Phillip Randolph. Mobilize people to attend to arrange transportation logistics and to organize food and water for attendees fell on Anna's pleat because King Randolph and the other men she wrote for carrying on all of their regular responsibilities and it was difficult to get them to the meetings. Shortly before the march. Anna was angry when she saw that no women were included as speakers instead randolph was planning to briefly mention some black women activists in his speech although Anna strongly urged for women to be included a speakers on the program her calls were largely dismissed. In the end as a compromise, daisy beats was allowed to speak at the end of the march but her allotted speech time was significantly shorter than all the other male speakers. Anna later captured in her autobiography a moment during the March as she sat in front of the steps of the Lincoln. Memorial. I thought of the one, hundred, eighty, thousand Negro soldiers and the twenty nine thousand black seamen who had moved in at the crucial moment to win the war and save the fragile union she wrote. Most of the two hundred and fifty thousand people present could not know of these men for the history books available to Americans have failed to record their story. In the Nineteen Seventies Anna continued her work as an author and lecturer in the US and abroad. She wrote two books about her life's work. The trumpet of sounds in Nineteen, sixty four and the gift of chaos in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven. Anna was honored for her working race relations by various organizations throughout her life and was awarded honorary doctorate degrees from both Howard and Hamline University's. She also received the Pioneer Woman Award in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three from the New York State Conference on Midlife and older women. Anna died in nineteen ninety she was ninety years old.
"eighteen second" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Last fall eighteen seconds to play the game five fifteen seconds to play with in the second John make a Leer feline Gee that was the only son was on CBS sports network yeah hello call me was part of it the normally happen he nailed a you know not always runners are doing well over in Jersey there are a lot of other schools doing well over in Jersey seeing all seed also about Princeton Princeton always as well while they're at the top of the Ivy League how about Saint Peter's address when they have won a conference isn't and writer my the right chair stagecoach Saint Peters the first year is like a renaissance of basketball in the images and googling it because I'm I'm blanking out right now he's having a really good year is it Holloway who's the head coach over there gene how it is Jean hollow yes he's done well and yet I and if I'm remembering correctly mentioned Monmouth moment and writer I believe mom and has North Carolina coming to Jersey next year good we're gonna need I although I if I were those big schools I think went from some of the smaller schools sure but so that's kind of the speaking of a mother's to Saint John's loses seventy seven seventy four to Xavier that eight oh run at the end for the most good tears mention North Carolina they lost to Notre Dame seventy seven sixty six seventy seven seventy six tar heels are ten sixteen there three in twelve the ACC things have not gone well Roy Williams giving his team some options you got two choices you can you can compete too but offer you can get up in the fetal position curl up and start crying I don't think they're going to do that so is not gone well for them though this season yeah right Williamstown David injuries they haven't played well it's been that a lot of close losses so yes it's been very difficult from your room I know we do yeah no like I get I get it Mr Maryland guy get it so by the way just it's the are you a riot squad on Twitter so it to add or you right squad they they tweeted out the picture of you address of the jockey it's and feed us the Jerry had so they are all all is Mantovani very cool lands the idea the completion of the Daytona five hundred and boarded this thing and in a scary way turn.
"eighteen second" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A floral four eighteen two two seven oh three on news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay breaking news sports weather W. A. okay using talk thirteen okay good morning Atlanta I'm reappointed here's what's happening defense played really inspiring football you J. built in ninety to nothing lead at the half and held on for us twenty six to fourteen went over Baylor in the Sugar Bowl at the Superdome Georgia head coach Kirby smart says the defense at the tone pitching a shut out in the first half really hardly got turnovers they gave the offense some some short fails which without would be critical whether it was a fourth down stop for a turnover Jake from threw for two hundred fifty yards and two touchdowns for the fifth ranked Bulldogs the ex boyfriend of Whitney Houston's daughter the late Bobbi Kristina brown is dead motor report say Nick Gordon died at a hospital in Florida from an apparent drug overdose also this morning right is on the way to metro Atlanta the National Weather Service calling for precipitation to begin this afternoon is stick around through Saturday the same system is expected to drop up to four inches of rain in northwest Georgia a flash flood watch is in effect they're beginning this afternoon weather wise today expecting scattered showers throughout the day with a high near fifty four happy new year that's what's happening have a great day Atlanta I'm Maria Boynton for news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay now let's go to the W. A. okay traffic's brought to you by any with the right a money hundred truck correct call any weather right at one eight hundred truck crack because life doesn't stop animated who prefer Stephanie Stahl work with each other update this report is being sponsored by actually Jim temporal scanner we are heavy on the brakes going seventy five south at the top of the perimeter there's heavy congestion has your bumper to bumper from windy hill down to west paces ferry road also just in there's a vehicle fire in Fulton County on two eighty five just north of twenty that has the left lane blocked thirty million people come down with the flu every year could be you or your family the best way to tell if it's a cold or flu is by taking your temperature and no one does it better than the actual during temporal scanner learn more at extension.
"eighteen second" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Will take hands. They never trailed in this game dominated from outside the arc played good defense and to offer in Charlottesville, eighty one to seventy one name press two times over this year. RJ barrett. Twenty-six Zion Williamson ads eighteen second ranked? Blue devils topping the Third Reich Cavaliers eighty one to seventy one that's their seven straight win trade Jones had thirteen. Point, seven assists, six rebounds, a pair of steals. He didn't make it in the first game. But imprinted the rematch Jay Bilas earlier on sports sportscenter. I think a lot of dukes offense starts with their defense and having trade Jones in this game the freshman point guard he didn't play in the first game. So he really keys the Duke defense and frankly keys their offense as well. So they had some transition opportunities. They were able to get out and get some fast break points some of them threes. So I think trade Jones was a big factor in this game. But Duke does such a good job on the offensive end of getting the ball into the lane and getting to the rim of Virginia took that totally away. And what they really did RJ Barrett. Got started. I think he hit his first five threes and and wound up with just a spectacular game. But I think it was it was in the first five six minutes of the game. Both teams had hit more threes in the first five or six minutes than they hit the entire last game combined. It was just an extraordinary performance from Duke to knock down thirteen threes. I don't think anybody anticipated that. That was really the game plan for Virginia pack, the paint. Don't allow any drives into the paint. You know, you certainly want to recover to three point shooters don't want to give them those shots. But they wanted to make do proven over the top over and outstretched arm, and and Duke proved it in a big way..
"eighteen second" Discussed on 600 WREC
"With about eighteen seconds on the clock. After that, though, the trailblazers when fouled made their free throws. So they held off the clippers one thirty one one twenty-seven warriors with a one ten ninety three win over the grizzlies. Steph curry past the fifteen thousand career points Mark in the win the thunder one Twenty-one six winter's over the bulls. Another triple double for Russell Westbrook. Fox news. I'm Carmen Roberts, the government inches closer to a shutdown deadline without any progress in congress, not a single Republican Senator walking into their weekly leadership meetings said that they knew anything about a specific plausible proposal that would actually keep the government from partially shutting down on Friday. Fox's Kristen Fisher. President Trump says he won't sign a spending Bill unless it contains five billion dollars for a wall with Mexico partial shutdown could start midnight, Saturday morning uh Chicago, drain strikes and kills two police officers as they investigated reports of shots fired doing the most dangerous thing any police officer can do that is to chase an individual with a gun these brave young man were consumed with identifying a potential threat. Cops Jack Callaghan. Fox News chasing a suspect in a shots fired. Call the two officers were struck by a passing commuter rail train and killed Chicago's mayor Rahm Emanuel, no words can express the grief sense of loss is knocks you back on your heels officers. Conrad Gary at Wardell marmolejo were both buried both with children. They are the third and fourth Chicago police officers to die the line of duty this year, the suspect they were chasing was caught by other officers as the government shutdown inches closer as the government is closer to a possible shutdown this weekend is there some movement people who know better a number of plans are being discussing it at this point. There's still no specific proposal. But as these negotiations continue with starting to look like the White House may be softening its hard line on five billion dollars for the border wall. A source with knowledge of the negotiations tells Fox News that one proposal is continuing resolution, which would keep the. The government funded through next year in provide one point six billion dollars for border security and about sixty five miles of fencing through the Rio Grande section of the southern border. Democratic leaders have already said that they'd be open to such a proposal. But the one point six billion dollars is still far less than the five billion the president's looking for FOX's Jared, Tony the federal judge who scheduled to sentence. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Tuesday on charges of lying to the FBI demanding and receiving copies of FBI should Peter strucks reports of that if you stroke himself was later fired. The judge could dismiss Flynn's guilty plea fired FBI director James Comey with angry words for congressional Republicans after being called to what other closed-door interview with two Senate committees people who know better, including.
"eighteen second" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Your radio and listen to the program on your phone because there's like an eighteen second delay. Thanks to Janet Jackson and the Super Bowl wardrobe incident. Go ahead Jim now, I'm sorry to interrupt problem, Charlie. So the Labor Department has been reporting for years if there's tens of millions of able bodied Americans choose not to work so just thinking out loud here. Maybe we turn down the spigots on them. And they start filling some of these vacancies before we start bringing others. Well, I'm going to address that. And I want you to do you hire people for a living, by the way. I do hire people. I don't own the company. Well, so you know, that a lot of the people you're describing you don't want to hire. Profession. Right. But because a lot of those Americans that are sitting on the sidelines, and I'm not saying that they should be given more benefits, and I'm not even against taking them away. Jim, but they have poor hygiene, they show up late there in their mother's basement playing video tapes, they've they are on or were on drugs. They don't have skills. And basically, you don't wanna hire him. Well, are you assuming that people coming from Honduras might I mean, they might I don't know. Yeah. I think when you walk across the country you've shown a certain level of ambition. Well, that's true. I mean, I wanna tell you something. Okay. The rare front times article I looked at last week talked about how difficult it is to get from north Saint Louis to Ellis fill were they closed mics kitchen or is it Greek kitchen. Somebody told me L is the mayor up there at Paul was it, Mike, sir kitchen or Greek action one or the other. There's a transportation problem because they end up taking Metrolink to the last stop ensures brea guess, and then they catch a bus, and it's two hours each way. So it it's a real issue. We got jobs in west county, and we got a lot of unemployed, but somehow how did the Syrian immigrants get to cotton babies. How do the Hondurans get to Omaha or Saint Louis, we we know that there are Mexicans and others working the fields the United States. How do they get there? They obviously don't have transportation. Hi, Paul you're on chemo ex high. I apologize about the radio. I just love your program so much. I can't stay. There you go. God love you. Here's my question. Well when casino gambling came to Missouri and scratch off lottery. All the money's going for school. I'm perplexed as to why. Teachers still have to buy students. Supplies pencils? Notebooks out of their pocket. Where's this school money going? Why do teachers have the out of pocket by their own splice? I don't understand that either. I never have it seems to me that the PTO others should be able to pick up the cost of any materials that the school district doesn't I think what happens sometimes, and I can't say for every school district. But I think some teachers want to go above and beyond with decorating the classroom in providing things for the students. But at the beginning of the year often, the teachers put out a list of wish items could everything from Kleenex to e magic markers or whatever. And I don't know how every school operates, but in some schools, the parents come up with that. And then the teachers can apply for a little extra money from the PTO. But truth be told I don't think that the teacher should be digging in their own pockets. Four three six seven nine hundred and eight hundred nine to five eleven twenty. We'll get to more of your phone calls in just a moment on the voice of Saint Louis. There's another story that I did want to take a look at this morning. And that is that Kevin Hart. Was accused of being a homophobic. And in fact, I'll get to these rants on his Twitter account and just a moment. We'll talk about Kevin Hart who resigned from being the Oscars host. So we'll get into that just around the corner on the voice Saint Louis. I I can tell you about a movie that I saw on Saturday night. Bethany I rented a movie called in Bruges. It's about a city in Belgium, still starred Colin Farrell and some others. Not a great movie. But it was interesting. We we've sought because Bruges happens to be one of the city's that's on our trip this upcoming September. When we take an ocean align from Stockholm to London, so in the movie Bruges, Colin Farrell place in Irish guy who can't stand Bruges, and he keeps describing it in Volker expert of can't stand the city, but funny because they keep on showing different parts of Bruges. And it looks like the most beautiful city that you've ever seen ever. Like a fairytale city. And I thought you know, what I can't wait to see this town. I hadn't really thought of Bruce too much. It's on our list for our OC on a trip this upcoming September September two thousand and nineteen and it might be the most beautiful city that none of us have ever seen where else are we heading? Well, we're going to Latvia Copenhagen Helsinki, Stockholm, Saint Petersburg and London. And we're leaving in September, which is good because the lines for the museum will be lower. And this ten day cruise is less expensive than the cruises in June, July and August like I said, oh Jonah is very well known for its food. In fact, even people who work for other cruise lines admit that the best food in cruising is on Oceana and this trip also includes prepaid.
"eighteen second" Discussed on Ask A Manager
"Turned from July eighteen two thousand eighteen you talked about the importance of regular one on one meetings with employees, and it was like someone turned the lights on for me. I haven't been doing that. You see my background is project management? And this is the first time that I've managed humans. So I had to do an internet search about what these meetings should look like. And of course, I started with us commenator. I literally have no idea. So went ahead and started these meetings this week, even though I'm still fumbling in the dark some. But I would love your thoughts on what a typical chicken meeting with look like about how long should it last? Is there a standard length of time that we should spend in these meetings? Is there anything that should be covered in every single meeting with each employee? Is there a good standard on frequency or does that totally depend on your staff and your business, and what everyone does what projects you have going on, etc. Etc. I've learned so much about managing employees since I started listening to the podcast in reading your blog and some really looking forward to your input on these very important meetings. Thank. I'm really excited to get this question because doing check in meetings doing the well can make a huge difference in how effectively you're managing your team and how much employees themselves feel like they're on track. I know it might not found like the most exciting topic to people listening. But I think it kind of is because doing these right can be the entire backbone of management. It's really really key. And so many people don't really do them effectively if they do them at all the idea is that having a regular time to touch base one on one with each of your staff people about their work, keep see both focused on the results that they're getting and creates a place for you to check on. How projects are coming serve as a resource to them, agree and priorities. Give feedback there. Really your core forum for management. They're the primary place where you do the work of managing. You asked how often to have them for most people meeting weekly works. Well, but if you have more experienced, or if you have people whose work just doesn't require weekly conversation you could do every other week. Most of the time though, I wouldn't do less frequently than every other week. And usually they're going to be thirty to sixty minutes somewhere in there. I would start in the beginning scheduling them for an hour and see how they go. If you keep finding that. You don't need that much time you can always cut them down. And then it's really key is always Eason agenda. So that you're both clear ahead of time on how you're going to be using the time, you can ask your employees to prepare that agenda and send it to you a head of time, and you can ask that it includes sections each week so things like a section for key project. Updates a section for priorities for the coming week as section for eight that need your feedback. A section for anything that the person is waiting anew for and then don't just use their agenda. I mean. Use it. But at your own things to jot down your own items that you wanna raise and actually before the meeting. It's a really good idea to just take a few minutes and kind of reflect ask yourself. What are you the most worried about as it relates to this person or to their work? What do you really want to use the time to focus on? It sounds obvious. But making yourself do that every time can make sure that you're focusing on the right things, for example, you might realize one day. Oh, the thing that I'm most worried about in Jane's realm is the question of what more we need to do to generate ticket sales for upcoming event. So I wanted to spend some time with her brainstorming other purchase we could use..
"eighteen second" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Remember that being on the water boy. So yes, yes. Yes. So so listen, I know both of you guys. What is what does it? Call the four minute. All right. Let's just start. This is about time that we got off into the players here. Instead of deepest leads the cops for the longest time and BG. Okay. Now, we ask them office play especially old Lyme in here to counter, this deepens the press we've had him last two years time. I'm all for it. No problem. But you guys you guys project cells in going out and executing at four minute offense. Now, you don't typically get the at OPEC's would fourteen minutes to go in the fourth quarter. Yes. But that's basically what that turned into yesterday. What was that? Like for you out there. Seventeen plays eleven minutes, eighteen seconds. It's really just putting your will in the line in front of national television in God and seeing who wants it more. And that's that's really what it is. When you come down to it. It's all black and white. Out there on the field. But really, it's that's how we like to finish games. We wish we could be dominant like that throughout the game. But it's really about serotonin and finishing. That's that's when everybody's tired. And and you got to persevere. I know that that drive came after they had that after they had scored the Bill go. Yes, it was at the they were about three points dry vegetarian. We were all downtown you. We're all kids. He's been in the league thirty years. I believe that he can still kick the ball with the best. He was playing. Well, we was playing stealing there. So you get that drive. Is there is there? Anything said. And I'm sure you guys didn't. At Ted for a seventeen play drive, eleven minutes. You obviously want to get down to feel. You're just trying to respond to the score that just happened. Yes. But is there anything said prior to going out to vote? I think the scoreboard says it all it's.
"eighteen second" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Which of course is always the fear for for stock investors so we we've gotta remember a couple of things here it's still important to recognize that the potential tariffs and i think that's probably on most investors buys wait a minute what is happening with china doesn't isn't that a big deal well it is a big deal but we've got to remember recognize that the potential remedies potential taras that hasn't really even begun to hit yet they could be as much as an eighty billion dollar hit eighty eight zero with the b eighty billion dollars net negative for the us economy that's not a small number right but if you put together all of the areas that don't seem that are getting a whole lot of press so what what's happening to the upside in two thousand eighteen so that's the downside eighty billion minus from gdp in potential tariffs but on the positive we have tax reform that adds about two hundred billion dollars to the economy just in two thousand eighteen two hundred extra billion dollars that we did not have last year government spending is adding one hundred billion dollars that we didn't have last year in repatriation which that's all the cash coming back from overseas because of the the new tax code and we talked last week about what some of these companies are doing with yes five hundred five hundred hundred billion dollars coming back onto our shores half a trillion dollars it's been sitting in cash prophets the companies tech companies pharmaceutical companies have left overseas because they didn't wanna pay us to access now effectively the government saying hey look you've got to bring the money back you've got to pay this one time tax on it it's a it's a much lower tax than you would have before tax reform and you're bringing it back so companies are saying okay well what are we going to do with it well it's going to pay down debt it's going to merge with other companies go to increase dividends it's going to repurchase their own share so their earnings per share go up that's five hundred billion dollars added to the two hundred for tax reform in the one hundred for government spending well my quick math shows me.
"eighteen second" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You're nightly fix a pivotal playoff action each time to come down to the clo david here's amy lawrence a trio of stanley cup playoff games on tuesday night which fits perfectly for our countdown some big stages some incredible performances and some of these first route theory that they're not over hint hint they are definitely taking on themes and taking shape it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio it was game number four between the jets and the wild in minneapolis and as i mentioned common theme coming name as well number three rightfully for kyle carter butterfly flakes safely neutral zone turnover and the jets turn it white back into the minnesota zone drake job to stay on side and mark shapely second of the playoffs eighteen seconds to the middle of the ice broken up we were census ahead at the spark safely safely ten point seven seconds left to go and the jets we'll take a three one series lead we got back to our quickness faster than the popular fast no diesel ozone you they they made a good push they played a solid game do make played a solid game and you're happy to grand that went out hear the calls there from the winnipeg jets radio network and man this was tense because the visiting team the jets in minneapolis just had a one goal lead until that second one for shy flea which was an empty netter and so it's a shutout for three one winnipeg lead in the series which means minnesota is on the cusp of elimination and they are playing now without their captains at parise who's got a broken sternum he suffered at late in game number three of this series and that's quite a blow for the wild and so the jets have the home ice at are going home the try to close this one out the winnipeg white out was one of the first tweet that i put out there about the stanley cup playoffs because it was really cool they were tense in that opening game but then once the while once the jets gave them something to cheer about that whole place kind of crazy it looks like snow which yeah actually not all that cool it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio afterwards you hear.
"eighteen second" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Steelers did partially blocked opponent earlier this app automatic cabbage we've been active once gusset aids did i got a peace award woods say back at his twenty five yard wide a winning the snap who is supplements of bodies up roy killed since then woods here is a lie in dobrinja peered rodgers will take another fifty five he's brought down about twenty five with nineteen seconds remaining before in addition the ron smith maybe tackle the sixyard caught at a return of nine for you i rodrigues i will see with mike tomlin wants to do here with eighteen seconds left and steelers at the rhode twenty nine yard like puts what goes have one time out remaining extra offered sublime in in their adviser tie then we believe that this will be one had all for them with viewers will take it to them every jones in the huddle until now with stephen lic will use the tailback block wide receiver jim smith choose to galore jones goes utter settle he's got the staff who track of libya had on trickle thought of hippies waved the light side has opted including one yard line to regain it two inside ten seconds remaining doubt looks like the steelers we'll be content to go what are they have fought for ruled so what entertaining first step here at high speeds between these two teams steelers on top by seven look very ugly early for the grounds though ross they've been able to hang in there given themselves a chance here in the second half in a very entertaining very your bed paul iceberg secondhalf we'll be much of the say that's the end of the first apple the sport pittsburgh 21 cleveland fourteen when we return scot graeme joins us four progressive insurance studios with apt todd report get your quota progress dot com today this is westwood once coverage of the national football league.
"eighteen second" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Two eighteen seconds to goes apron amanda amanda defense rows he brings across the time line look into drive pulls are russia and put her end its at the pump shot i was just off balance fade away in the face of the defense with ten sexes that go now you'll save his guy to get the ball in bounce in not turn it over down the stretch year eighty nine eighty four ten point eight seconds to play you know i never watched each thomas play that i remember i was such a young fan going to the game but i heard a lot of people see how he would jump off say his left shoe in shoulders right and that's exactly what happened right there rows he did as he drove left siding went off up kind of what you would never teacher player to do all balancer surprises heck out at vanderbilt rousing his score from everywhere he now he is uh don't have all gained thirty one point thirty one and xavier leads eighty nine eighty four ten point eight seconds to go possession aero favors marchat xavier has one 30second time out left to use marquette they have the same yet joe and drapes they've just going to have to draw up something here i try to get trayvon blow at the basketball you want you want him shooting a free throw him are quite good shooting free throws his there the ah two prime time freethrow shooters which xavier's got four players in the big increase in the top 10 in free throw percentage which is very nice though you look at the percentages trayvon lewis eighty seven percent jp mature 83 could eighty seven gates 81 cheinal mirrors ninety percent so you might even see up kanter eighty one so might even see uh channel merrin the basque the ballgame but he's not in knauf's kanter najji marshall gooden trayvon blewett and j mature as a triggerman jp mature balances it in the blow it in the day you dribbles at two or three times and he's finally frau with eight point eight seconds do your looked to me as he caught the ball which hits no initial quality drill would at one time was found again blue will be at the line this time shooting 2 was that's the 10th team foul marquette xavier leading eighty ninety four who would go to.
"eighteen second" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The key he is only at one three thus far earlier in the three was in transition so in the half court sex indiana thin a great job taken away the 3point line this has a little trouble early at first half in transition communicate in recover enough shooters backers by the basketball he put eighteen seconds on the shot clock so makhulu batty throws it in dekalb hooters checked in opd alexander download my ramsey he puts up a shot but he is foul by don davis said davis picks up the first file but he's competitiveness bog there and mason ramsey will go to the free throw line four points in the first half were him on a pair of low close field goal freddie vix morning giving set the check back the emperor i you ramsey's three toss on its way and it bounced around drops in five points now mason ran into the sidelined awad davis for indiana archie miller tells of something as which swain his played seven minutes and picked up five rebounds three been active out their second shot is on its way of ram he knocks than indy's got six points and indiana's four ballpoint advantage cut the two josh newkirk breaks it across the time why we got a player her phillips i don't know what happened to him but he is on his knees down there near midcourt or that's mac actually really get screened from drawn morgan ride at half core got another play a role in the room yeah the first one drawn set a screen a ball screen right at half court mack had no idea didn't have his head on a swivel and just ran right into a brick wall that was drawn morgan a really good screen from john i didn't see what happened to kowloon but you gotta talk if you're tennessee tech in your own defense in your guy setting the screen at half court for mac you've got to stream out scoop you got to scream and let your guy know there's a ball screen come otherwise that's dangerous play right there that's not a good job to tennessee tech communicate and you got to let your team he made no to the ball screens common cause makah level they are almost got really hurt mainstays of the.
"eighteen second" Discussed on WGN Radio
"No idea lee let pocket the back court ears nail yakup off at the blue line anted up eric johnson a block wind down the rightwing behindtheback pass into the right circle they andhra ghetto and rebuttal the rightwing wing political aligned to yakup off the map duchenne beside the left circle to heights letter johnson shirts and added carl sodeberg cruising in for law cnet whose to the left wing corner burke shouldered into the boards by siebert moves it out the lap white johnson what a shot from there and forsberg album the butterfly save will squeeze the pocket is acquitted and holding eighteen seconds left on the power play 1820 left a second the hawks trail threenothing they gotta get finished up with his last eighteen seconds of the ads powerplay it back to five on five stay out of the blocks forced the issue get puk syndicate of progress of four check with your tv said golf his bill lots of time left but we don't want to give anything up here in last deep seconds that this advantage for the apps soederberg and waigel faceoff circle to forsberg's right soderberg put it out to the left point the johnson we'll send the fuck down to the left wing corner soderberg bear chips it back up the board's duchenne or the left point to johnson standing on the blue wind fly tutors shane lapointe descends it across john hayden got a stick in there too what we get over the blue light senator ice or were burial spins the putt back into the arab zone johnson back over depart burial along the right boards tasks ahead to soderberg over hotline rightwing cups across the high slot inquires that hit ruda in front of an app route us that await.
"eighteen second" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Ball and one guy we know who dominates the ball leads the league year after year p r russell westbrook all i thought you referring to carmelo 'cause i heard phil jackson said the ball stops with him all the time for northants sizing i've already know what we're doing yeah speaking of which uh hey next i guess they basically said fills gone we saw we need to reset so let's just get him out of here get the fifty four million off and get whoever in here because i'll tell you what throughout the entire two years where we thought that this was work with carmelo and fill the fact that we don't have failed we don't have carmelo i shouldn't even say we next on f built next on have carmelo but they've got a doug mcdermott and in his cancer in a two thousand eighteen second round on pick that would have been unacceptable on acceptable to that's the parting ways those are the divorce terms with carmelo unacceptable but getting the fifty four million off the payroll is the most important thing now start their starting from scratch let's see what happens you got the purple unicorn out there and porzingis and see what else they got out enough for six plus years in new york for come i anthony what is his knicks legacy to you his next legacy to me is somebody who when it was all going to pot and dole it in no what the hell he was doing and he hired phil who didn't really want to be they're doing the job of president he was the guy who when push came to shove even want to leave new york and he wanted to do it there and it just never worked out for him there and i hope it works out better for him elsewhere that's his legacy what a bomber as bomber what obama to really think he wanted to be there and wanted to win there and they just couldn't make it happen with steak a break comeback seek in your phone call set up shop for the rest of the week here on the rich eisen show.
"eighteen second" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Lot of work to do trailing twenty one three paul james wessels were that longawaited impressive part of that is he was standing at or near the forty throw it to the exile that posts throw away a box of about sixty five by yards this amazing crawl bad staff and jamus picks it up all south to the right fighters nearly intercepted that was nearly intercepted by an rousson deo tender jamus as to be assisted off the church by white guard jr sweeping eighteen seconds to go in the first half and the buccaneers or punting once again eads l let's when he gets elis do you want these offense of wine are rattling they're not the snaps aren't good anymore and they're all four on third dalmau tampa bay is mr staff they nobody knows gauge or bake deputy oveido water in third now they come in at his i'm sorry 0 for my bad with one of the best third downs it best down third best third doc berge and rates and they been lifeless today anger punching to the west side of us backed stadium big rush up the middle by eric wesson bad panch sheryl's what's it 'belts it's a big boxing bouts to be 25 roles to the 24 to the 2003 back to the 24 and it's a thirty three yards production after all of that with four seconds you go on the first draft so we had to halftime here shortly case kanombe fifteen of twenty two hundred nine yards and a touchdown to jerry is ripe galvin cook has seventy four yards from scrimmage forty rushing batum phelan and stefan digs have combined for one hundred seventy five receiving yards stefan as the touchdown galvin cook has rushing touchdown meanwhile jameis winston eleven of 1832 yards in a pick by tradewinds case ainum takes the need for good at halftime twenty one three vikings box get the ball to give the.
"eighteen second" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta
"That's what i was it that was eighteen seconds um and so the the larger conversation i think obviously is why this blew up the way it did and why the conversations about it seemed to be so stumbled through and kate before we get to your point which i really like i wanna i wanna say also that i think part of this and and i think ryan russell cunha was trying to get to this new couldn't quite get there is that people used this as an entry point to get to a better and bigger conversation they just didn't eloquently state that that i'm not really mad at macarana really mad at this comparison maybe seven hundred is a bit too big of a number should have gone with smaller number as far as a re more realistic idea fish who she could beat on but let's talk instead about the larger issue of always comparing women two men people does didn't eloquently state that it ended up being an attack on mcenroe far too often also let's keep in mind that john mcenroe put himself at 1200 if he was playing right now so there's some mechanism that's a little bit skewed in his ranking system to begin with but can we because i feel like you're a little bit like a judge an arbiter here sarah can we open it up to this bigger point here to it yes that's what i want to me this discussion is a perfect microcosm about a flaw in sports media and that is the way we discuss certain sports stories one of them is when we're comparing women two men you can expanded to other stories that might be dangling unlike the social cultural sphere what i think happens is that every other sports story we talk about in sports media like paul george going to the thundered know maybe were all there like universally iq indiana in a didn't get enough but everyone whose listening there.
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"Eighteen two thousand twenty because she could she could get in the way of more here healing and appropriate candidates who were younger and fresher and perhaps unlike her have some really new ideas while always a fascinating it every with klein again online edward klein got combat thanks for joining us we really appreciate your insight always a pleasure brian thank you all right let's add klein on ksfo katie traffic coming right up hey have we've got marseilles jiang sentence under mud lack of my never scattering at dang during a south playing up america guideline you are how hey this guy per how would you like to second source of income without having to work job we'll my friends at the academy your teach people how to do this every day their patented core strategy can help you know where to put your hardearned money their strategy teaches you how to follow with the big banks and the pros and wall street or doing she can profit with the market goes up or down and right now they're offering a free d i wi investors kit it's a five hundred elevate you started immediately you just need to tax d i y to seventy nine seventy nine seventy.