35 Burst results for "F. One"

Microsoft debuts Windows 11, first major update in 6 years

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 26 min ago

Microsoft debuts Windows 11, first major update in 6 years

"Microsoft is working on its first major update in six years Microsoft has unveiled the next generation of its windows software called windows eleven it's got a new start menu along with other features the newest version of Microsoft's flagship operating system will be a successor to today's windows ten which the company introduced in twenty fifteen windows eleven is expected to become available later this year on new computers and other devices users can also get it as a free update if you have windows ten in a challenge to rival apple the company also announced it won't force app developers to pay fees to Microsoft for using its app store I'm surely after

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Nearly All COVID Deaths in US Are Now Among Unvaccinated

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 hr ago

Nearly All COVID Deaths in US Are Now Among Unvaccinated

"An AP analysis shows a staggering demonstration of how effective the covert nineteen vaccines have been in preventing deaths in analysis of CDC data from last month reveals nearly all coded nineteen deaths in the U. S. now or among unvaccinated people there were eighteen thousand deaths in may and just one hundred fifty among those fully vaccinated it's an indication daily deaths which now average below three hundred could be practically zero all those eligible got the shot nearly every death especially among adults do cover nineteen is at this point entirely preventable while CDC cheaper show Lansky this we call the gas particularly tragic the agency itself is not estimating what percentage of deaths already fully vaccinated people citing limitations on data from some states that probably under state so called breakthrough infections Sager mag ani Washington

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DOJ Says Previous Ban on Assault Weapons Factually Proved Nothing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 2 hrs ago

DOJ Says Previous Ban on Assault Weapons Factually Proved Nothing

"Their heads. So we had an assault weapons ban. So you would think before we did another assault weapons ban again. Producer Jim, stop me. If anything, I'm saying it's dumb. You would think That before we try and another assault weapons ban. We had an assault weapons ban in the past. We would want to see what the last assault weapons ban did, Um Mike Jim. Any anyone? Anyone in the audience is suggests. That's crazy. So far so good. Okay. Thank you very much. So far so good. So we had an assault weapons ban. In our own department of Justice. You know, liberals claim they love the government. They worshipped the golden calf of government. They clean its feet. They kiss its toes, our own Department of Justice, a branch of our government that liberals love actually studied. The assault weapons ban. We had 1994 and they issued a report on it in 2000 and four. It's a good body of work, 10 years of data they had in the assault weapons ban. And what did they find about the assault weapons ban? Well, here's a quote from the Wall Street Journal Piece the headline of the peace and tell you a lot. America's failed attempt to ban assault weapons. Here's an actual quote from the DOJ study on an assault weapons ban for all you liberals out there screaming. We need a new one. Despite the fact that the old one according to this did nothing, quote DOJ study. The band's effects on gun violence are likely to be small at best, and perhaps too small for reliable measurement. Rush Limbaugh paper Flip hat tip The Godfather. So that's that's the Department of Justice, who did a study. On a federal assault weapons ban we had for 10 years. And determine that the effects were perhaps too small for reliable measurement. Meaning they could find no significant

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Biden Fails to Consider Antifa and BLM Rioters in Democrat-Run Cities for Rise in Crime

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 2 hrs ago

Biden Fails to Consider Antifa and BLM Rioters in Democrat-Run Cities for Rise in Crime

"So Biden says, a whole bunch of stuff yesterday in his proposal to combat street crime. It was all colossal bull. You get it. He was cut one. Cue that up for me, Jim. So Biden supposedly found a solution towards the massive crime wave problem happening in liberal cities. Gee, I don't know Is it because liberals can't stand? The police want to defund? The police attacked the police Let Antifa and BLM run wild in their cities and have told criminals do it. We're going to do bail reform. You're going to get out. We're not going to prosecute you for looting. Just a quick question for the audience. You think that had anything to do with the crime spike in cities around the country run by liberals, just asking. Just asking a question. Pregunta. Just a question. You think that raises do it? Of course, liberals don't think that has anything to do with it. So what? We're attacking the police in coddling criminals. I mean, there's nothing to do with the crime wave. They're looking at us like we're idiots. So here's Biden yesterday about a 14 2nd cut and he's found two solutions to this liberal crime wave across America. Assault, weapons ban and background checks. Check this out to keep each other safe. Enough. That means Congress pass. Actually sensible gun prevention models. Prevention initiatives is worried It makes sense background checks. Ban on assault weapons.

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John McAfee, Software Pioneer, Found Dead in a Spanish Prison

Morning Edition

01:40 min | 3 hrs ago

John McAfee, Software Pioneer, Found Dead in a Spanish Prison

"Software pioneer John McAfee has died at 75 years old. He was found unresponsive in a Spanish prison cell yesterday. The discovery came just hours after a court in Spain approved McAfee to be extradited to the U. S. To face federal tax evasion charges. NPR's Bobby Allyn has the story. Back of his name has become synonymous with the antivirus software company he founded in 1987. In the nineties, He sold his stake and became a multimillionaire and lived an extravagant life, eventually running a big party house on an island off the coast of police. He fled after being named as a suspect in a murder there in 2016. He was back in the U. S explaining to Larry King what drove him to run for president under the Cyber Party personal freedom. And personal privacy or paramount, and I found that out, but I've been incarcerated a number of times. I am a civil disobedience person, McAfee style himself and outlaw. He bragged on Twitter about not paying taxes. Eventually, the feds caught up to him. He was arrested in Spain on tax evasion charges. C. C. Craig says she knew a different McAfee. She was the house manager of one of his properties in Colorado in the early two thousands. Me how to meditate. How did yoga We hiked a lot on this man. I learned a lot from him. But he was a nerd. That's how I was song. I got the good Makati in the eyes of federal prosecutors. There was a bad McAfee to authorities convinced the Spanish government to send him back to U. S soil. McAfee's lawyer, Nichiei Sanan says he planned to fight the charges against McAfee. This man was a fighter and in the minds of everyone who knew him, he will always be a

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Biden Administration Extends Eviction Moratorium for 30 Days

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 hrs ago

Biden Administration Extends Eviction Moratorium for 30 Days

"Cannon struggling to make rent payments during the pandemic are getting more breathing room the bided ministration is expanding and Asian white objections band for another month he was due to end next week but the CDC has pushed that to July thirty first at the same time the White House and knowledge is the emergency protections for both renters and the mortgage holders will run out at some point it was always intended to be temporary spokeswoman Jen Psaki said yesterday the trick is devising an off ramp to help struggling Americans make the transition without massive upheaval Sager made Ghani Washington

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Former Philippine President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III Dies at 61

Morning Edition

00:59 min | 6 hrs ago

Former Philippine President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III Dies at 61

"Mourning the death of its 15th president and Nick No. Aquino. The third he served as president from 2010 to 2016. NPR's Julie McCarthy says Aquino was 61 years old and had been in poor health. The Foreign Affairs department, said Aquino, whose presidency proceeded Puerto Rico, Duterte had steered a principled foreign policy and earned international respect. The U. S Embassy and the EU have sent expressions of sympathy for the mild mannered former leader who lived in the shadow of two Democratic icons. His father, Benigno Aquino Jr. And his mother, Cory Aquino, their only son, Noi Noi, as he was nicknamed was the first Filipino president to name a female chief justice. And was credited for standing up to China in an international tribunal over the South China Sea. Aquino remained a lifelong bachelor and stepping from power quietly retreated to the family home. Julie

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U.K. Denies Russia Fired Warning Shots at Destroyer

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:48 min | 7 hrs ago

U.K. Denies Russia Fired Warning Shots at Destroyer

"Defense ministry claimed it dropped bombs and fired warning shots near british destroyer in the black sea waters of crimea. The uk government has denied these reports and says no shots were ever fired. The frostiness between the two countries stands in contrast to the mood within the european union. As leaders angela marco and emmanuel macron push to reset relations with the kremlin will join us now for more on this here in the studio is writer and russia analyst. Stephen dale good often into you mentioned frosty there. But this feels more like a pretty whole confrontation unlike Sort of a cold war. One what did you make these extraordinary scenes. We are from the captain there on the bridge. Absolutely bizarre total bluff from the captain of from the russian captain on his bridge In fact i would. I would dispute it being hot. I it it just shows. It's got ever colder So we are very much back into sadly into the days of a of a cold war. this sort of thing in cobalt times happen quite frequently with ships passing really too close to each other with aircraft. Overflying and western powers did to Soviet ships and as well. So it's not it's not unique in that sense. It is unusual however in the last thirty years since the collapse of the soviet union It seems to me that this was actually initiated by britain the royal navy Destroyer was in. Odessa was on a visit to a goodwill visit And now sailed onto georgia Showing both countries that britain is behind them. Supports them In the quest for democracy for to fully break away from the old soviet ties

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Ron Burgundy Wants To Go Viral On Tik Tork

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

01:56 min | 9 hrs ago

Ron Burgundy Wants To Go Viral On Tik Tork

"Rebecca the ron burgundy podcast with me as always is carolina and today on the show carolina. This is gonna be fun is going to teach me how to become famous on tiktok. I'm okay disclaimer. I rarely use tiktok. And i don't think you actually need to do this to connect with a younger audience. There's so many other ways. But here's the thing tiktok just seems fun. You know just seems like fun and so what if silicon valley wants to collect all my personal information. My life is an open book. Not unlike your purse all right. Do you have the app loaded up. Yes it's all set. So what do you wanna do. I wanna go viral. I'm sorry it was not clear about that yet. You can't just make something go viral. It has to be interesting or newsworthy. Your killed her. Funny has to happen organically. I think all i'm going to need to do is get on there and do a fun dance. And then blam oh. I've got millions of followers. Yeah but you're a journalist. Your i don't know i mean. Do you really want to reduce yourself to dancing on tiktok under percent. My decision is final and this is about connecting more with young people and hearing what they have to say to make the world a better place right. I mean that's part of it. Sure because if that's you're truly interested in doing i can actually put you in touch with some great organizations mutual aid projects nonprofit carolina. I need you to hold the camera. While i do the fun tiktok dance. I've been practicing my dinh for weeks. So that's what this is really about. You've been working on this. You know and a lot of people know this. I'm an excellent dancer okay. So but here's the thing. I'm afraid that if we do make a tick tock of you dancing then. It will go viral perfect. That's what i'm saying. No but i think it could go viral and The wrong way. Listen if i get the clap from dancing it won't be the first

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Former Mauritanian President Aziz in Jail Over Corruption Charges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:53 min | 10 hrs ago

Former Mauritanian President Aziz in Jail Over Corruption Charges

"The former president of mauritania mohamed abdelaziz was jailed yesterday. He had been indicted in march accused of graft when he led the country between two thousand eight and two thousand nineteen allegations that he denies while under house arrest. He failed to report to police. Sparking is president. Mauritania is a large but sparsely populated west african country who society is deeply divided. Partly that's down to a long history of corruption but also suffers from a legacy stretches deep into its history so martina has actually a long history of slavery representing abolished in one thousand. Nine hundred one lead. That was any backed with criminal laws in two thousand seven. Kinley salmon is an africa correspondent for the economist. Martinez made up of morrish. Elitest can people and also black people of african origin but black mauritanians. Even those who have free of slavery of have been persecuted deported back in nineteen eighty-nine in particular an all. this history is created. Really quite deacon equalities in divisions that still very evident today the countries have been beset unfortunately by a number of coups and corruption so i. It's an a challenge in place and in currently for example stands one hundred and fifty seventh on the united nations human development index. It's a send a country that has had a troubled past and what about its future. Any of that changing Well the signs of change those a presidential election in two nineteen which led to the country's first ever peaceful transfer of power and the new president. Mohamed olga swanee. Many people thought he would follow the status quo but actually acted against the former president allowing parliament to investigate corruption and that's led to arrests of officials including of the former president himself

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The Journey of a Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

ESPN Daily

01:29 min | 10 hrs ago

The Journey of a Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

"Juliet is a wild time to be talking. You right now. You're in the middle of covering euro twenty twenty and event that had been delayed due to covid the olympics are also right on the horizon also thrown into flex by the coronavirus pandemic. But you have this documentary feature that. You've been preparing for east sixty. That feels like it sits at the center of this entire messy ven diagram. It is about sports it is about science it is about the pandemic and the olympics and one particular family. First of all pablo is a gift of a story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in. And this technology that led to the pfizer and madonna vaccine. That's the scientific community. Took so long to understand. You have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best of ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and saved millions of lives

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China Banks Time for Its Elderly

Stephanomics

01:41 min | 11 hrs ago

China Banks Time for Its Elderly

"Heard is park music for some elderly folks in shanghai. It's five pm on monday about a dozen. Elderly men and women already gathering at the leafy downtown street park shanghai to get ready for one of proteins dancing in this quiz or guam chungwoo in chinese a familiar sight in cities across the nation which is rapidly aging the latest census data show. The country has two hundred sixty million residents aged sixty and above more than eighteen percent of its population by twenty fifty. It'll be one in three to defuse this demographic time bomb. The chinese communist party's turning to foreign invention time banking the brainchild of japanese lady to roku ashim in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s time banking in wolf's people providing social services to others in exchange for time credited the participant can use to access similar services. Later in life. On the reason wednesday morning. I went to see a time bent for myself at an elderly. Care home. shanghai's tony district full time. Bank blunt mostly retirees in the sixties or are busy working each wearing badges bearing. The logos of the time bag worked for one was teaching elderly neighbor. How use a stationary bike. In a small gym another was advertising bathroom and kitchen accessories for seniors

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Expanding the PhD Career Toolkit With Mark Herschberg

Papa Phd Podcast

01:54 min | 15 hrs ago

Expanding the PhD Career Toolkit With Mark Herschberg

"Pfc mark thank you for having me. It's a pleasure to be here. I'm really happy to have you here. I always love having a on the show people who have spent inordinate amount of time thinking about this question of career transitions and about You know how to find your path in in in a in a world which can be confusing Which you know you you may not have the exact the right cues or you may not have a model in your family to follow and you may be the first to do these things such as hd and then you know having someone who has done all the work and then you know written a book on something like this is always a pleasure for me. he run the show. I'm glad to be here and hopefully secure some that knowledge with your audience. Yeah well that's why we're here and I'm I'm really excited to have this conversation with you. But let's start at the beginning I already talked a little bit about your academic journey But maybe if you can talk a little bit more about yourself and about how you came to this To thinking about this question of of figuring out your career and to and to eventually do it. Think about it enough to to rights the creator. The creator toolkit now. I came out of mit in the ninety with a couple degrees. I left with my graduate degree masters and phd and started software developer. And i really didn't have a lot of great direction. That i i want to be a physicist for various reasons i shifted from that and wending your science and just kinda found a job. I wasn't excited about it. Was there seemed like the best of the worst options.

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More Change of Leadership in Tehran and Jerusalem

Between The Lines

01:52 min | 16 hrs ago

More Change of Leadership in Tehran and Jerusalem

"Following the recent round of fighting between hamas and israel. Both tehran and jerusalem have changed political leadership after four elections in two years. There was this in israel now official. Benjamin netanyahu is out as israeli prime minister that do that was the moment short time ago when twelve consecutive years of prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu ended. Cnn their israel now has a diverse coalition government. That's led by neftali bennett. A forty nine. Old leader of a fire wrought nationalist party and the first orthodox jew to hold the office main wall. Iran will have a new president. The lana abrahim often viewed as an echo. Lot of the supreme leader ayatollah. We'll replace president. Hassan rouhani a relative moderate whose government signed the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with the us and other world powers to get to the bottom of all this. Let's welcome our panel daniel pops. He's president of the middle east forum in philadelphia and sally tuchman. Marshall is associate professor of middle east studies at deakin university in melbourne. Sally daniel welcome to radio national daniel. He wanted take office until august but What do you think. The significance of the new iranian president is the office of president in iran. A little eccentric. It's more like the prime minister under dictator. It's someone who carries out the will of the supreme. Oh i he's important in that he has opinions and he can live this way or that way but he doesn't make the decisions of state

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Bear Market? Not According to These Monster Funding Rounds

The Breakdown with NLW

02:02 min | 18 hrs ago

Bear Market? Not According to These Monster Funding Rounds

"So yesterday folks were starting to get dreary. Obviously the crypto markets haven't been great for a while now but there were some big psychological milestones that were crossed yesterday and crossed in the wrong direction. The too big of course. We're bitcoin dipping down under thirty thousand dollars. Effectively retracing the entirety of twenty twenty one and the theory of going below two thousand and meaningfully below for awhile. I spent a fair bit of time on this show talking about why the market has been turning. But i think it's worth reviewing here briefly as we set up the rest of today's show. I i believe that there is macro structural weakness. We are now in the post vaccine pre tapering phase of covid era macroeconomic policy that means that normal economic activity is resuming indeed. Some of the economic activity is even abnormal as people catch up on things like trying to build houses and move. That's putting inflationary pressure on the system which we see even in the traditional measures like e or personal consumption expenditures or cpi consumer price index holding aside any critique of those measures as tending to underestimate true inflation. The fed for their part has been that those pressures are transitory for months. Inflation being transitory of course means that it is insufficient to get the fed to consider a change in policy withdrawing support in the form of either bond buying or near zero interest rates however the market and the popular financial media. Haven't really bought this transitory and of course inflation can become self fulfilling prophecy pretty easily. If one thing's prices are likely to go up in the future and has the means to buy now. They tend to buy now putting pressure on the price to go up at the latest. Fomc meeting last week. The feds started to admit that they weren't totally positive that all inflation was in fact transitory. And they said they might need to at least start thinking about thinking about tapering policies. That showed up specifically an expectations of move away from zero interest rates in twenty twenty three about a year earlier than they had previously estimated. The market is completely addicted to cheat money and so hated this

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"f. one" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

03:15 min | 23 hrs ago

"f. one" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Stone. Llc what was that was that wednesday. No kidding didn't even didn't even our minds block. I didn't even think about with. I'm in the back end of the week. Pratt war with family but a day it was plus remember our manners. Thank you yes yes. Thank you san. Diego ford dealers. That's where they all knew. Twenty twenty one. F one fifty s purpose built from the ground up visit.

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Police Operation Ironside, What Are the Implications?

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Police Operation Ironside, What Are the Implications?

"Thanks for joining us roy. Pleasure increase minus been a little. While says the first we've had you on for the yeah but Some big news on operation on side in the ustralian federal glaze And you broadly of interviewed over these. Spf often does on these types of issues. Maybe introduced us to operation on solder. Your initial kind of ticon. It and then we'll look at sort of the three pillars of the implications but for organized crime full policing and then for encryption. So yeah your initial thoughts on operation on side. Chris what you know what. I'm smiling. Because i use an old police officer ex police officer job so that's one cut away usually pleasure be week. It's a huge week in law enforcement. National league globally and for communities. And y'all are put that should share to my extra federal police colleagues and will broadly they They collaborate sti- collars unprecedented operational success. And one. Which will guys who the second you know if you if you're looking to buy some maybe maybe rights to these one. I think you've got a really good chance at going. Brought to their oscar cited that live back a few. He is an my finds. Come on with many from analog to digital by law enforcement fan themselves all of a sudden up against two things the my secure communication the bad guys could get the hanes on which is a combination of blackberries and at stripped at blackberries with lovely at called phantom secure now it took a number of years and some really amazing collaborative work between the various five. Is laura full size grip. So they said. They scrape his quo. Price between new zealand is canadians. The us a stri. And finally i got a

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How You Can Build Communities for Love and Profit

CodeNewbie

01:24 min | 3 d ago

How You Can Build Communities for Love and Profit

"So many diversify tech is such an amazing resource. I'm so excited to have you on the show. And i honestly cannot believe we have already had on the show Before we get into the great work that you've been doing tell us about how you got into code and broke into tech in the first place. So maine's patients my dad. My dad was in tech. Initially he was a mechanical engineer but over time he somehow ended up in tech so growing up. I didn't have raymond models so as mostly my dad and the work. He did so as long as they go. When i go to college. I'm going to tech. You know it was just a had no idea what it actually was. But that's what i did. So what i got the college. I chose computer saying. It's my major and that's where it all began so you chose computer science. Ask your major. What was that like. What was your college experience like. It ended up being much more difficult than i anticipated. I'm very much a handsome person. I like to learn things by doing any to see the results. So that's kind of how i work. Best with computer science. It was a lot of theory was building a lot of things that were behind the scenes. And you can really see how the thing would end up or how it would be used I had some difficulty. But i made through and honestly feel like once i got my first job and were don like a real world problem. That's when it kind of everything clicked employees

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Your Next Dive - Key Largo

Scuba Shack Radio

06:28 min | 4 d ago

Your Next Dive - Key Largo

"Last year my goal was to do a segment of your next dive where i featured key largo dive mecca here in the united states. I wanted to time this segment for just after we returned from key. Largo in april of two thousand and twenty. Well we all know how that turned out. We did not get there and again in two thousand and twenty one. We were not able to plan out an excursion as we would have hoped to. Two thousand and twenty two however is on the horizon. But i didn't wanna wait any longer to talk about key largo so here we go with your next dive where we travel to key largo florida. I think i've mentioned it before here on the podcast that my first is after getting a certification where with it's a dive located at the marriott hotel on the overland highway in key largo and it was fantastic. How about your first real dive being on a real historic wreck the city of washington a ship that was in havana harbor when the us main exploded and sank now. There are many reasons to choose key largo as your dive destination. Especially if you live in the eastern part of the united states first off. It's easy to get to. You can either fly into fort lauderdale. Which is my preferred airport. As i find it logistically navigate or miami which is a little closer to key Key largo you just hop in your rental car. That is if you can find one these days and head on down now. Let's talk a little bit about the dive. Operators in key largo as you can imagine being to dive. Mecca that it is. There are quite a number of operators to choose from it's a dive at the marriott is no longer operating but i will talk about two of the operators. I'm familiar with. They are horizon divers and rainbow reef now right after only a couple of months. After i did that first trip to key largo i returned and at that time. I drove with horizon divers back. Then they were located in marina at mile marker one hundred of the overseas highway and that was right next to the courtyard by marriott. Which at the time was a radison. It was very convenient to roll out of bed. Get a quick bite to eat and stroll over to the dive. Shot horizon has moved however and they are now located on the overseas highway at mile marker. One oh six. That's the dive shop in a retail store. Their boats are located about a half a mile up the road next to a place called shipwrecks oceanside now rainbow reef has taken over the old horizon diver facility at the mile marker one hundred marina additionally they also bought out ocean divers on the other side of the marina and have quite a large operation. Now the last time we were in key largo. We stayed at the courtyard and dove with horizon. We were going to go back to key. Largo in two thousand twenty and planned to die with rainbow reef. We didn't make it down there now. If you're looking to do more technical diving then. I think horizon divers maybe a better choice for the shallow reefs that i like rainbow reef might be a good option as they have those big forty six foot newton dive boats now. I have to admit that. I've never done the deeper wrecks down there like spiegel grove. Where the dwayne bid. But i love the shallow wrecks like the city of washington. The hanan bell. Also known as mike's wreck and especially the ben would. They are teeming with fish life and are great places to do fish identification and surveys. You can also experience of great dives on elbow reef molasses reef and french reef another great shallow dive through the book spurring grove. Karl is christ of the abyss. Dry rocks you can grit some great photo opportunities there. The water temperatures in key largo range from the mid seventies in the winter months to the mid eighties in the peak of the summer. When i dove in april of two thousand and nineteen. I was pretty comfortable on the shallow reefs with my three millimeter wetsuit. Only wanna do to morning dives. You can free up your afternoons for some topside adventures. A trip to reef headquarters Is interesting or you can take a tour of the coral restoration foundation and just down. The road is the history of diving museum in l. morada. I was really looking forward to getting to the museum last year and hope that i can make it down there next april. Talk about the dining. While if you're staying at the courtyard on the marina you don't have to get in your car and drive someplace you can just scroll stroll over skippers doc right on the marina. They have some great conch chowder. There and if you want a burger or some pub food than walk a little bit further down to dr sharpies shark bite grill. You'll probably run into some of the dive staff there hanging out now. Another great place to eat is the pilot house and that's located right near the coral restoration foundation very close by and and if you're in the mood for pizza then upper crust pizza at mile marker one zero one point six. Just make sure it's not. Wednesday is their closed. We made that mistake. So as i wrap up this segment. If you've been diving in key largo. I hope that you will agree that it is really a cool place to dive. And if you've never been there. I would encourage you to consider putting a trip there on your counter. I regret having taken fourteen years between visits. I'm not gonna make that mistake again.

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"f. one" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

05:15 min | Last month

"f. one" Discussed on CarCast

"Yeah he he did a body kit and wheels and stuff on it. I might have done something on the stance. And i don't think he did anything to the electric motors or anything on the programming. But he did do a gear. He was able to to swap gear and improve the acceleration just based off of that. So that's some sort of gear swap all right Speaking of four lightning. You guys that ford upcoming all electric f one fifty not to be confused with the hybrid f. One fifty right we have the f one fifty lineup hybrids and the power boost and the all electric f one fifty. Which ford was doing this partnership with riviera and right the electric truck and they sell the huge investment in that company. From now i spoke to some of the engineers on the either side of the business. When i was when i was driving the mustang marquis i believe most of their engineers or their office is is is in europe. I think they have a lot of stuff happening. They're not necessarily for the european market. That's just the office that they're using. And i don't think riviera and is going to end up being. Excuse me the f one fifty right. So don't expect the rivi and pickup truck in the f. One fifty to be the same by any means they f one fifty is such a big profitable big selling vehicle for ford They weren't gonna go. Hey let's just scrap f. One fifty and go with arabian arabian struck is going to be riven struck and the verdict. Still out on that. I like what the company is doing. A lot of is on them. But that's not what the f. one fifty is going to be. Some of the and technology may end up being shared possibly with lincoln. Like some of the things that are happening with ravin's truck and our suv could end up on the lincoln side. Which which would make sense. But i believe ford is developing all of their own stuff to underpin the f one fifty But this is kind of fun is the rumor is now. They're bringing back. The lightning name played for the for the f. One fifty percent. of course it makes sense. It'd be fun now. Here's the thing. Though is my thought is already took the mustang machi and all electric little suv and gave it the mustang nameplate. And when you did that ford had to end up doing like a gt gt performance edition to have put some emphasis on the performance of it. So i don't think you can have a ford lightning and not have a little bit of a sport truck kind of performance option going on especially because they already have raptor raptor are coming out right so they're already in tremor by the way right And they so. They've got the off road stuff covered they don't have the sport truck covered and and we know that there's a lot of advantages ongoing full. Ev when it comes to those like zero to sixty times and and whatnot so and maybe we're not quite. There is a lot of wishful thinking. But i'd be interested to see. Listen i ford what you bring that thing out here and you're ready for some photos you let me know because i've got a really nice f one fifty lightning that you can put that side by side and we could do some photos and stuff together. You're more than welcome to use my truck. You just let me know when. And i'll try with or without an engine so you gotta let me down soon to see what you guys want to do with that but it is. It is available. I am willing to make that available to you. Guys thousand interesting little marching dealer. I like i think there's a lot of equity in reviving successful nameplates right. This is why we keep pushing you know bringing back things like challenger and charger and you know camaro a few times now. Mustangs been around the whole time and and there was a when when ford was really doing cars other than sports cars. They had ford taurus. That was successful for them. Then they went to like the five hundred or something and not successful and they brought back the taurus nameplate and i think it did okay but at least some equity there some brand equity there. But i don't think it. I think it kind of works before i get into some more stuff. Tell you guys about geico. You guys own your home or you rent your home. We know how much work that can be. But you know it's easy. It's it's bundling your policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowners and renters insurance.

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"f. one" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"f. one" Discussed on All About Android

"Well. well well. It looks like nothing has got something to show off and speaking of course we were on the topic of wireless audio just a little bit ago. So now we're going to be talking about some true wireless earbuds which if you've been watching the show or listening to this podcast you know have been all the rage lately in the tech news so concept one is what it's called and it's a render of a design that could hint at a future. Nothing design so remember you know anytime. It startup comes out and the kind of put something out into the world. That's just a nice little preview. Sort of what their aesthetic is going to be. How they're gonna approach this whole industry. So how concept one is going to approach us is by looking like a teeny tiny little part off of an f one race car. That's what i thought. At least that's my. That's that's my opinion. Not the opinion of the twit network and all about android hosts now. Nothing told the verge that While the same design principles will be followed and there will be similarities to concept. Won the end. Product will look different. So what we see in those renders could be something entirely different when we get to it now. Nothing says that the design embodies the three elements of its design philosophy which is weightlessness effortlessness and timelessness. Maliciousness snus slow point out the lack of branding and transparent materials on the actual device or you know looks concept render and kind of a hint of what to expect brand les mis brand listeners. Anyway.

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"f. one" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"f. one" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Today's tip is for those moments when you're work, it's hard and you're tempted to turn your attention elsewhere. You can do that after you persist a little longer on the task at hand. Identify a natural stopping point. You'll reach before you take a break and then persist until you get there. Telling yourself but I. This will keep you going just a little bit more. Anyone who set exercise goals is familiar with the idea of pushing in the face of a little discomfort. If, you're running a half marathon and you're tired at mile eleven well. You don't sit down on the curb or head over to a nearby restaurant. Somehow you pace yourself to get through to the end. Most people who lift weights won't stop at Rep Eleven. They'll somehow push twelve. And in many cases, we don't feel the same urge toward a natural stopping point with other kinds of work. That bookcases ninety percent assembled, but we hit a tricky part and well. Is it time to go grab a cup of coffee? I could ever podcast script for this show or the new corner office almost written and get stuck on the closing and go check my email. I bet you can recall when you've also stopped in the middle of task. For those of us who work at computers, what usually happens is that we're deep in a project and then hit a roadblock. Something is challenging or he briefly get knocked out of a state of flow. We could keep going pushing through the challenge until we hit a natural stopping point. But it's so tempting to just check email instead. Ease off the pressure. Just see what's there. Except here's the problem. That roadblock! It's still there. And when you go back to it, because of course, eventually you do have to go back to it. You're starting from zero. Whereas before you had a running start. It's not going to be easier to deal with now. It will probably be harder. You'll have to get back into the project. Figure out where you were regain momentum and then tackle the issue. It's often better to persist just a little longer and then take a brain break. Instead of switching gears as soon as work. It's hard. Try telling yourself but I this. You don't have to resist checking emailer. Headlines are getting a glass of water or whatever you do when your mind needs arrest. Just. Delay Your mental break until you finish writing the next paragraph. Responding to the final question in your clients, e mail, or whatever the challenging task! Complete the next step. That way you'll maintain momentum and get more done. This is a much better option than giving up. Even unintentionally every time something gets hard. You may find that by the time you finish writing the next paragraph for creating the next slide. You're able to keep going even beyond the spot where you gave yourself permission the stop. But even if not, when you take your break, you'll have already spot to come back to. Getting back in the groove won't be quite so hard. So today if you find tempted to check email when the going gets rough, persist just a little longer, i. Get to a natural stopping point. But I this. You may be surprised at just how far you go. In the meantime. This is Laura. Thanks for listening and here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter, facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast P. O. D.. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts at iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much I. Look Forward to staying.

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"f. one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network

Hotel Nerd Network

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"f. one" Discussed on Hotel Nerd Network

"All right and as me like always in social media platforms. Release hotel nerd. You can just growing up on our facebook twitter. I have a But now they call snap chat now all which slowly figuring out. The big may even have an instagram. I don't remember. If i find that. Our i my brains right. After the past he would sell fair on twitter. Is that hotel under sport or at eighty six in the scheme hell business or analyst that much we need the donation. We need drivers. We need more public hours. Watch if you wanna do super chat Directly to us. We'll see him here while we're doing the screen fly go to a second bird. Boris were rutley. Close as you can to being able to do that. We have right it's january numbers pumped up because that's special. We need to get. We need to january first. We need his numbers. Just so the only way we added guys launching by subscribing by carrying and getting the word out but otherwise. I had nothing say dawn. I don't know your boss one now. i'm good now. They've cut back all right now but also at the end of the video. Now i'm i'm really name all the places that we have or are more the version name now sky the video and Divine your favorite provider era. Look for hundred minor us bought. The only thing is so that. Thank you going Kind of impromptu. Welcome thank you for having me off the cuff. But we've been promising this for now two months and yeah about two months since things like it just now is the right time. Every time shit happens then so got done. Can't wiesel have a good day holiday. Don't blow off anything or anybody else so on that note near to the holiday all right. Do you have a good holiday..

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"f. one" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"f. one" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Forty three years as the best selling truck in America. When you count the series, casual observers of which I you know, more or less consider myself to be, one will will think that this is not a really revolutionary redesign and I think that's true, but you know why mess with success here I think is sort of the onus that that Ford is working from. This is the fourteenth generation of the F. One fifty. And there are some exterior styling changes mostly up front and in back, but the overall dimensions and shape and everything largely stay the same. There are GonNa be six different powertrain options here, not exactly the same as the sixth that are offered in the current model year Ford F one fifty. They're gonNA range from a small boost. V Six turbocharged V six to five. Five Leader v Eight. There's also a diesel power stroke option and a new one this year, which is going to be a hybrid powertrain that's called power boost I will mention also. Ford is also developing battery. Electric. F One fifty, but that's still expected to be a couple of years away. There's no news on that one yet as for the twenty twenty one FM. A range of new Grille designs, there's sink four. That's the latest iteration of their infotainment system. There are new upgrades to the interior and in the truck bed itself. They're going to have exterior lighting that you can operate either from the sink, infotainment touchscreen or from Ford's mobile. APP and they've also got an in bed. Power Generator, so you can actually plug in like your power tools and stuff if you wanna work on site, which is a feature that we're seeing a lot of new pickup trucks nowadays, it's Kinda Neat also kind of neat in the bed. There's a flat tailgate option for workers, and it has indentations that do double duty that you can use them either. Either to clamp clampdown materials like say you have long two by fours or something like that, or you can also use them to open bottles..

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"f. one" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"f. one" Discussed on TechStuff

"That stealth is all about avoiding radar, and we know about the various aircraft that incorporates stealth technology to some extent right so exactly. HOW STEALTH WORK! How can you avoid radar well so there? This comes in a couple of different parts. First of all you can, you can design the shape of the plane in such a way that it bounces the radar rather than directly back to the transmitter receiver apparatus. Somewhere else entirely, oh, I say so. Let's say like let's say I've got a flashlight and you have a mirror. Lauren and I and you're just holding the mirror straight up to me. I turned the flashlight on, and I can see. The flashlight reflected rightback. But if you were till that mirror, so that the top of the mirror comes closer to you, and the bottom of the mirror is further away from you. Then the beam is beamed up rather than at me right so if you were to design an aircraft so that lots of the large flat surfaces were angled in Weird Wonky, love, crafty and ways using non Euclidean geometry, or at least some weird angles, those radio waves would not. Not Bounced Right back to the radar station correct, and also if you used slightly curved surfaces, that will also help because You know the same way that if you again, if you've got a flashlight and you pointed at a curve. Yeah, it's not gonNA bounce right back was going to bounce an slightly different directions, so yeah, the Stealth B. Two bomber as well as the other aircraft we've talked about have these kind of services. If you look at the stealth bomber, you see like there's some large, really oddly angular flat services, and then some other kind of. Curved surfaces. In fact an interesting point you remember we were talking about that. F. One seventeen. That was shot down from what I understand. The the way that the anti-aircraft missile system detected the F. One seventeen was that the seventeen bomber doors had opened, which increased its radar footprint just enough for it to be detected..

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"f. one" Discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"f. one" Discussed on Shift+F1

"Right as they entered. E R s range of another car. 'cause closer you run The worst the air quality The greater the heat. Because you're you're basically picking up someone's exhaust so ideally want. Come right up on somebody and last minute hit that the zone and zip pass them. That's the theory F. One rarely operates according to that theory. But that's how that's how dare s works What all this ties to is probably the main strategic or tactical component of Formula One racing. Which is the tire for? Only one is supplied by a single tire manufacturer. Pirelli and one of the interesting things about the Pirelli contract and this has come up. A few times is among the different ways that f one has tried to sort of improve the show and making a more interesting spectacle. is to create tires that perform to certain specs and half and fall off at certain wear rates. And so it's a it's a curious situation where F one cars may not be running on the best hires possible. What they're running on our tires. That are supposed to create some interesting decisions and dilemmas on each race. Track probably make in addition to A wet compound for heavy rain and an intermediate compound both of these have Intermediate tyres have light trading To Wick Away. Basically standing water after it's rained or light messed The wet weather tyres are full. Heavy treaded racing tires because F. One runs in some incredibly bad weather atoms and it gets awesome with US but Beyond that they run. What are called racing slicks Which is just a you know. Flat surface Sticks to the road and they are made to five compounds of varying hardness and the tradeoff tires is that harder compound will wear better it will last longer but it will not adhere to the ground as closely a softer compound will be a bit stickier But will of course kind of melt away faster during race there are five compounds these throughout the season but they only take three to each track and Pirelli kind of tells you which three you're getting and teams are allowed to sort of choose their allotment of those three depending on how they want to use their tires in practice depending on what they expect. A racing strategy will be But in general each race weekend you will have a hard tire a medium tyre and a soft tire.

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"f. one" Discussed on Hello Internet

Hello Internet

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on Hello Internet

"I think about our relationship that we've had low these many many years and a thing that like especially in the earlier episodes I think listeners can go back and even hear it. I sort of didn't didn't believe you often when you described your competitiveness so like I remember earlier in the show we kind of had the idea sometimes like Oh. We should play a a board game or let me rephrase that I mentioned it a few times and you would bring up like no. We can't play a board game because it's just too hard core right. It's like you get too intense and I remember really not believing you or or thinking you were sort of joking around or it can't possibly be true but this is like the fascinating part of trying to understand another person and it's tied up to me in this idea of human communication is so difficult and people always over assume that others are like them. These are all the things I'm thinking about watching the epicenter and like I was thinking about you a bunch and just let Formula One great because you weren't concentrating on the SPO enough. I was so bored by what was going on on the screen that I had to think about other stuff like honest to God. Let you really is the case of like it's boring boring. Like what are the like. I don't care about any of this. It's not intrinsically interesting. It's just boring but like just just finish the thought with you like I have come to believe over time time that you really mean it when you say that you are competitiveness and it is a thing that knowing you because I just don't think about it. I constantly get surprised <unk> at times. You can be competitive in ways where I'm like. I don't even under like it. Just it catches me off guard and it is also a thing that catches me off guard like I could say in in my relationships with other men sometimes as well as like Oh this person's being competitive right now in a way that I find just unexpected so that's partly why oh I just I find it boring because I don't find competition intrinsically interesting as a topic where I think people who are into sports I do find competition intrinsically interesting as a topic and there's only there's nothing wrong about that but like I've also had this problem with uh-huh over this past summer particular but having a really hard time finding interesting nonfiction books to read like I've just been burning through book recommendations and all sorts of stuff and I often find like a lot of these books will try to frame a historical or nonfiction events in terms of competition Kevin and those are always the balloons that I find the most boring the fastest like just tell me about the thing like I don't give about any of the people involved like I want. We know about the event that occurred when I was watching this F.. One thing I was kind of wanting is can I have an F. One documentary the doesn't involve any of these these people. I don't want to know about this dude from Australia and he's competitive with his teammates. I don't care at all. I'm sort of much more interested in the car her a much more interested in the logistics of how the races occur I would like them of an I hope maybe later in the series they do go more into the science and the technology of the cause because when you're watching right yeah don't get me wrong. Competitiveness is important but when you actually watching a race all this stuff like tyre degradation grip in temperature and downfalls and stuff becomes a lot more like it's very omnipresent yeah this first episode I did feel glossed over how important the design and the technology and the physics is yeah..

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"f. one" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on The Big 98

"Funny situation Amy's at dinner you and your husband and the waiter cursed while you were talking multiple times like, but while he was delivering the spill talking about things I asked one. Salad and to describe the salad. He used a curse words the F. One have no. Password. Use the word teddy said of the effort good like he said, oh houses solid. Oh, that's teddy bear amazing. Yeah. At a bar. We were not at a fancy restaurant. We were in a normal restaurant that date night in our kids. We were in Colorado. Our kids happen to be hanging out with a cousins browse like what if we had our kids here would he still be using leverage because there's a table next to us. There was kids. And. Lay back chill about it. Again. I I don't know if this is Colorado vibes. But I was shocked. I've never had a a waitress or a waiter service person does his employer know that he describes menu items like this because I mean, honestly, I was like, well, this salad must be amazing. You know, I did end up getting it. But on the other the S word like us like Pooh Winnie, the Pooh Pooh, he said, we were taking our time ordering because my husband's like, oh, we're on a date night tonight. We're because he kept coming over trying to get our order, and we're like my husband was making a joke. Like, hey, we're we plan on being here awhile. It's date night. And he said, I don't get. I don't give I'm here. He goes. I don't give a poo. I'm here till midnight. It was like five thirty PM. Wait till you give them a bigger to be bigger.

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"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"If you're in our cert segment after our news interview is just going to be a little bit more free form kind of a. Anything goes so much structure and rigidity in in Syria podcasting, and Dan, and I have the courage to say, you know what? In the end, we're just gonna talk about whatever we kinda feel like Syria wise and Dan, you've hinted at something here in the show notes that I would love to hear more about the existence of cherry vanilla. Cheerios. What will say the former existence, the former existence. Okay. Please tell me tell me more. I have to know. Well, it all started when I was doing some sort of university project a little while back where I was trying to do a time line of all the different Cheerios releases. I tend to tie a lot of my projects into cereal and it probably you know, relates a lot to my unpopularity in school, but. I was looking through this book that I have the serial guidebook if you will, that pretty much details the history of every cereal variety. And when they came out very handy for a purpose like this one to what is it call. The name escapes me right now. That's the one. Yes. Very nice. It's a beautiful book. I highly recommend it. It's right above my toilet. It's a fantastic book. But yet if you look at sort of the cheerio section, they talk about how there was a time when there is different, fruity flavored cheerio combos being released at the same time. And let's check the book for the other ones. But on that list is cherry vanilla. Cheerios one that I never recalled seeing stores, nor does Google recall, ever seeing a box of it anywhere for that matter. I started to wonder whether this was just an error in the writing, or perhaps someone was missed, remembering something, like how I dismiss remembered that that's a real word Mr. membrane. So I obviously dug deeper did more research because how can I claim to be a serial expert? If I don't know what years cherry vanilla Cheerios came out. So I looked around the web using my typical methods that I used to find new serials like a dig deep through whatever a dark corner of the web store, cereal secrets. And all I could find was a YouTube video where someone made a fake commercial for cherry vanilla Cheerios around the time of their release, and it was like a weird, super low budget affair. That was kinda creepy honestly. And I didn't know if this person was just like. I don't know trying to present some alternate history that would then be adopted by history books, but I didn't wanna stop there because in the video was also this distorted very low quality image of the box. And that's holding me enough that I don't think someone who's production value was this low could actually make a convincing box like that. So I I went straight to the source after having consulted with my cereal. Peers also didn't know anything. And I reached out to the general mills archive and asked them directly and low, and behold it did exist, but it was only released in select markets, and I managed to get a hi rez box again, out of the deal though to know nine, my contribution to serial history of anything will be realizing. And recognizing the proud legacy of the cereal that everybody else forgot about. Apparently willing to let go is this is the commercials still on the YouTube. Can you still is it is a dance decking right now. I'm checking right now. Found it, what's it called? Let me to send it over to you quick. Okay..

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"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Do you wanna move onto the the review for this week, Dan? Oh, sure. What would they seriously podcast be without a signature review. Yeah, can give my fingers arrest this time. Actually just let my brain speak freely. We we're gonna talk about. Let me never get this name Craig. I think it's cold. Stone creamery are strawberry blonde, right? It's close. It's not quite the full name. It's multo meal and cold. Stone. Cream are strawberry blonde. I don't really know if any children will be able to say that when they ask their parents for it, but it's long winded enough to make me hungry after I say multiple has had quite the journey in the if you've been paying attention in the last ten years. Multi-million to be kinda like just generic the one, this generic in the bag, and you have to walk funny to see at the bottom of the store shelves in that old cart. That'll commercial, but still like the taste of plastic. Bag. Yeah. And then they started just dropping their own originals. Most notably for me was blueberry Muffin tops, which was off the chain. I don't even think they make them anymore. No, it was delicious, but it was a blueberry Simitis crunch, like cereal that was just among the most impressive cereals I've ever eaten. It was a multi mil- originally, you can only get that in the bag and they've been they've bringing it lately with some really great like a ridge inal non generic cereals as probably because they were bought out by post, not too long ago, which may sound like it doesn't necessarily lead to better cereals because I won't live and knocking on post for a while. There was a time when they would change the recipe in there, honeycomb in there alphabets to save money and got hundreds of people mad blaming me for it actually. So why did they blame you? Because apparently because I run a serial blog, that somehow means I make all the cereals that I'm some sort of cereal guy. God who is I'm Nipah te Sherwood it's mostly fifty sixty plus year old people who think I'm destroying their childhoods, but that's usually what most fifty six year olds thing all the time. But whether or not it's because post heard me throwing shaded them. But ever since the whole Honey comes escalating step in there and multo meals games up. Multiple meal double chocolate brownie crunch multo meal French toasters to my favorite cereals from the past two years hands down both got ten on attends tents and now left field comes this ice cream collaboration with cold stone creamery, and I don't know where all the ice cream flavored cereals are coming from, but this is, I believe, the third series of ice cream cereals we've gotten within the past year. It's big gets a trend. Yeah. General mills led the trend with cocoa puffs ice cream scoops, and they recently pulled out dip dot serial, which both were admirable gestures, but I didn't really feel for either of them. But now these multi and cold stone creamery cereals come out, and there was two of them. The other birthday cake remix which had these birthday cake flavored puffs with chocolate marshmallows that I reviewed a little while back. It was pretty good, but are very blonde is where it's really at. Let me tell you. I've never had the real as cream, but I feel like the cereal is a pretty loving and accurate Omar to it because it's got layers, many, many layers, and they only worked together as one of those areas that I like to call more than the yum of its parts. If you will. Because there's so many different pieces here. We've got these little Graham squares, which are, I believe, supposed to represent the Graham cracker crust. That's in the real cereal. But here they're just kind of like on their own at least just cheap or golden grams like, you know, fool's gold grams. If you will. And then you've got strawberry puffs of which there's just so many of them and they're all very potentally. Candied strawberry flavored. And then there's finally the marshmallows right. And they're just, you know, supposed to be ice cream, but they don't really do all that much. Had general sweetness, so on their own. These parts are not that great, but together there's just weird unifying like caramelized flavor to it that weaves all those ribbons of goodness together into something that's kind of actually like realized cream. His strange thing that they've managed to achieve like I tried. I tried some of this..

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"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"I'm sure that multibillion dollar company really has on their face. Now you have any other any other news didn't really stop. They're telling the tiger that is. Yeah. His, like I said, it's only August, but pumpkin spice for us and flakes early allegedly hitting show across the country. It's so much. I've hoped for like three years now that pumpkin spice would just quietly die and give rise to a more exciting autumn flavor. Like caramel apple, serial salted caramel is the logical, none of Celtic cereals out there. Yeah, kind of it's kind of a shame not enough, pecan pie, cereals enough. I was gonna say circuits, peanut flavored cereal, but I guess on the only one who likes that Hallowe'en candy. You know, that's the start of a mar bids were started from I've. I've heard this this maybe Proctor full, but the head of general mills at the time found some old circus peanuts in his desk drawer and cut them up and put them in cereal. That was the invention of marvins. I've heard this. I don't actually know if that's Tech's. Campfire ghost story doesn't. Oh, you hated. You hate circus peanuts. We eat them every morning. But anyway, pumpkin spice, frosted flakes it's just a lot. I don't know how many people still get too excited about pumpkin spice. I'm obviously still going to buy several boxes just for the sake of research, mostly because frosted flakes has been doing really good with their cinnamon variety. It's really spot on how they work the spice into the glaze rather than just powdery it on. So if there's anyone who can do pumpkin spice, right, it's probably going to be Tony. The tiger..

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"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"But now in recent years he's Dopp did sort of an orange flavor. So. Personification of yummy mummy as though he is a mummy who is making decisions about what flavor mar bits. He's going to be putting into his cereal each year. Well, I mean, you can't just be vanilla all your life. You've got to eventually and I, how many orange cereals have you actually seen out there? Agree that it was probably a good decision. And he's probably thousands of years to think about it. So it's true. It's a greeting, you know, I- grass from the actual news story at hand that we saw this card game, we saw these new designs and he was like, all right, that's gotta be it. That's probably how they're gonna look on boxes to because it looks pretty damn cool. They looked kind of like if you look at the monsters muster, crunches woods call. If you look up the board game, they kinda look like new rent vintage newspaper cartoons almost like paper cutouts that were layered in the very ornate fashion. But and then target, especially with the store that was pushing even more monster merchandise from there. It started with a board game evolved into, we saw pint glasses, I believe, as well as puzzles l. featuring all five monsters. Some the hype was there and twenty. Eight teen is also the five year anniversary of twenty thirteen, which was the first time that. We're brought back from the twentieth century into the twenty first, the stars were lining and we all expected big things. But then the announcement came on August first that the board game was pretty much the only new thing about the monster cereals this year. The bucks art and concept is the same as last year where it's basically just a Syria with monster marshmallows that are shaped like a more ghosts and Frankenstein's head after concussive damage and stuff like that. But they are coming back like that. At least we've got that we have the, the original three will be will be with us an yummy, mummy in fruit. Brute will be here in spirit. I guess technically the real fun comes from how Kellogg's kind of l. to general mills on this one with with their own Halloween series that debuted under a week after, oh, tell me about it. So in previous years, alongside the more exciting, typically, monster cereals, Kellogg's has been releasing apple jacks. Fruit loops. And chocolate. Frosted flakes all with skeleton shapes marshmallows. I just feel like you can't just add marshmallows into a serial I. This is my opinion off. You put marshmallows and everything. I think the markets with flakes is like a weird combination for me yet. It's kind of like nuts and gum together. Nobody's really asked for it nuts in Qom. Yes, but I was still kind of one over by these skeleton marshmallows because they're like neon, orange and white. And there's like different ribcage pieces and humorous is that you can just stick together to make your own skeleton marshmallow are and make just triple headed tyrannosaurus bone demons for breakfast, and that piqued my curiosity from the very start. But they brought them back this year and really step their game and kinda just impressed the hell out of me. So if you look at the bucks are you can look on my website or just look up these serious individually on Google, I guess. Tony, the tiger is decked out in this full bell. Lugosi Dracula outfit to cancer is wearing aware, wolf costume. The apple jacks cinnamon stick and apple are dressed as mummies. And those skeleton shape marshmallows are now shaped like a bet. The Frankenstein and ghost kind of sounds a little familiar to me if you think about it altogether. Right? Yeah, I believe Dan, it's called Frankenstein's marshmallow. The I say, I'm looking these pictures on Syria, list's lead dot net. Currently Tony's of this is reading a little bit like old timey movie usher to me terribly streaky. Well, they probably went to just party city or something. Yeah, costs and they can find. It's just for a few months. You don't wanna blow the whole budget on the well. If if you see it as a reaction to general mills dead and how they kinda disappointed us, they probably didn't have much time to invest in a wardrobe, but they really got their point across because when general mills didn't really do anything, this is a major upgrade of the kind of like throw shade at them by taking their famous monsters and showing what a real evolution looks like. Yeah, they really. They really showed them..

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"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Hello, everybody and welcome to the empty bowl. Breakfast, Alexis, a meditative show about serial. I'm your coast Justin Maccarone, and I'm joined as always by the creator and editor in chief of cereal Asli. Dan Guber. Hello? Hello. Damn is a serial expert. Do you think that's fair in? Well, I guess by most conventional metrics, you would say that if we're doing, we're looking at the blogosphere in the the digital pantheon of cereal expert. I'm definitely high up there if you type in cereal blogs, that's probably my number one claim to fame is being number one. So I guess it's good of credentials as any that passes in my book. We wanted to make a podcast. This podcast is exclusively about serial, not the murder mystery, which is why we couldn't put cereal in the title because it's just too much. We would even be the first ones that think thinking that anyway, we'd be ninth ones. I looked up serial podcasts. Actually, we're starting talking about this. There was like a few parodies cereal and they like they bailed after like three or four episodes like you cowards. Leave it. Keep up your ear, lame, half joke that. In vogue. So this is also kind of we wanted to also make this kind of a we say, meditative, sounds highfaluting. I guess I should say what what? What the intent of that is basically just to have a place where you can relax when you listen to this show is going to be soothing. Some relaxing music gets a relaxing conversation about serial, and that's it. So it's a place where you can sit down, you can relax, close your eyes if you like, that may be a bit much, but why not go for it? And we're just gonna talk about cereal and you. You're only job for the next. However, many minutes is just to breathe and think about serial that debt. So Dan, what is new in the world of cereal? Well, it mainly August thing about August. Yep. I see. We can to August, you know, but we're already getting into the fall cereals. They always start early. The first of August has historically been, you know, the announcement date unofficially of the general mills, monster cereals for probably everyone who was once a child. I know I was you probably remember count chocula, Franken, berry and boo berry, and they come back every year. Everybody always wants them around all the time, but it's pretty easy to see why scarcity makes them more appealing, especially when you consider the the, the Matic evolution that tends to happen every year with them. Now there was was there some buzz that maybe we were going to get the yummy, mummy and fruit brute that they might be? Yes, but I know he said, this is going to be a soothing podcast, but this is kind of a dour note to start on that. It was like a month ago now that we found online through like some board game fandom website that general mills was releasing a monster, serial card game with some. Convoluted game about building your breakfast and earning milk tokens and all this random jargon. But it wasn't really about the game. They got people excited. It was that on the box, there were new drawings of all five monsters including Britain, yummy, mummy, who if you don't remember, we're respectively introduced for just a few years during the seventies and eighties and fruit. Brute is aware wolf. If you couldn't tell from his name and he had sort of, well, they both had the same serial structure as count, chocula, et cetera, and company. But instead of having chocolate strawberry or blueberry flavored pieces bird head cherry and orange or yummy. Mummy used to have been Ila..

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"f. one" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on Night Call

"Shut up and tan switches just like it's just that sort of like white bear which i i've come around a little bit on white bear but i still don't really like that much as it is you if scared me the first time area but i feel like dance unlike i'm an idiot because i got tricked but i just autographs trick because it never lazy trash yaoming here yeah i didn't see i you know there's there's enter yeah you don't see it coming because they never really gave a hint about it noted because his sister walks in on a masturbating and he's really embarrassed of you think it's just because he's masturbating than you realize leaders 'cause he was mass dreamed child porn well it's fuck even it's mental in it it's may no i'm totally any man bells hill men toying with the wto there there's very very bleak episode this season i don't know if you guys have seen crocodile i really liked that one at all i couldn't handle crocodile it was like iskoe oil is the winding yourself over the head there should arf whist at that and that's like a little too stupid it's just so does so deprioritize who like sometimes those twists because like sometimes the really bleak twists search just really funny you know but wet wish what was the owner don't tell me notice leagues line kenneth wanted now but i doubt my ice i did watch crocodile i just can't really remember it because i didn't really think it was that interesting but that's the one with the insurance woman who had and they think is yet i'll the spoiler alert no eight but seriously spoiler syria is she murderers the baby because she thinks that saw her murderer someone else but the raid the baby was blind yes stupid ethics i saw snow is on a diet again a big again he thinks saw her yeah brings us back to rodents by the way yeah i gather that episode i didn't like allied that also side note that song anyone who knows what love is erma thomas has been everywhere.

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"f. one" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"f. one" Discussed on Night Call

"Molly do you have one i like that one where the guy breaks as glasses and many can't read any of the books a the time in the world classic nineteen here i forget that guy's name i used to remember that up as i i like had memorize your favorite of it was all the time in the world okay i saw going propose basically there were a bunch of articles on this there's one from wired by miranda cats that kind of posits that were you know reaching like the singularity so it says and that since the purchase from net flakes lack mira has begun to chip away at its episodic edges and basically you know there is some kind of like unifying unit it's not just a you know an anthology really i kind of all belongs to its own universe and they're all these easter eggs in south that are sprinkled route and i think particularly in the fourth season especially morse obviously in the finale um which is the black museum they kind of go through an and lincoln bunch of things but there was this super interesting um article on screencrush by e oliver whitney and the proposals the chronological list of abbas says that begins with national anthem which is obviously the the pig fucking if you will and by all one guy that we dropped those kind of things in our first episodes burma's but yeah it's it's really interesting because a lot of the chronology like a lot of this hypothesis rests on a news ticker that shows up in episodes like across all the season's where you know there will be like a news broadcast in the background of whatever's going on and if you read the news ticker it'll reference incidents that have happened in other episodes he can kind of loosely placed them on a time lices in this isn't black museum sharpens no so this is actually there's thorough the news tickers are like in ulster in all different atms her ally museum basically spoilers go away spoilers if you have okay well all just say that the black museum is essentially a tour of the future created by black mirror um but but it is not the last episode of you know what i need it's it's not the final episode in the time line.

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