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Are Vaccine Passports Inevitable in the U.S.?

The Takeaway

02:23 min | Last month

Are Vaccine Passports Inevitable in the U.S.?

"The world and what they could mean on everything from personal privacy to inequity Back with us is Nida Farah Hani, the professor of law and philosophy at Duke University. Nida. You started talking in the past segment a little bit about the We talked about the inequities when it comes to privacy. But what about the inequities when it comes to communities of color? Yeah, This is an area that I'm particularly concerned about. So you know, First we've seen in this country that the minority populations have been hit the hardest by the pandemic, and that's true economically as well as in terms of health consequences. On bats, you know, due to traditional inequities and access to health care and access to adequate health care, But it also, you know, suggest, uh, a difference in their ability to do things like work remotely Stay home. They've been in in the firing line of the greatest risk. So now these individuals Who could have been prioritized for access to vaccines and certainly the World Health Organization and the CDC made that recommendation. States haven't done so and so they're not getting early access to the vaccines, which means that the people who have been the hardest hit by the pandemic or not the ones who are already vaccinated or likely to get vaccinated soon. Result is if they're the ones who were excluded from being able to go to restaurants from getting jobs from being able to participate in this society. You see this widening gap. Some people say the thing I'm kind of the early theories were it was due to a significant public mistrust that there was a letter hesitancy to get the vaccination. But I actually think that that that narrative was a little overdone, frankly, right, Okay. And in fact, what we're seeing is It's more likely access to technology that kind of you know who you know and how you can get the vaccine apartments. A lot of people are figuring out through attack through who they know through gaming the system, how they could get early access. And that's not true in the population that's been the hardest hit. So I worry that this just means you're gonna see a new increase. And inequities and increase in the widening gap. Which means, you know, putting into place of vaccine passport is a way to gain access to goods and services and jobs means that we're just gonna continue to exacerbate the kinds of inequities that the pandemic already introduced. And we're also not requiring people to get vaccinated. So

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"farah" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

07:33 min | 2 months ago

"farah" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"This huge. I got to see that when it happened. I got to talk to people that did it. I saw the first imagery. Come down. And i was. I was in love at that point. I was like this is what i wanna do. This is the team i want to be on. I mean these people changing history writing that writing the bucks on how we do this. No one's done this before. So i took my resume knocked on every single door. I must've annoyed. People sat in their offices. And i want to hear so eventually. I yeah they they did. Give me a job after my. Tj came out here in two thousand fourteen and this is actually my third. Moore's mission. I worked on the insight landing. That happened two years ago. There was an companion mission called marco which was a set of cubesats small spacecraft that. We're doing telecom relay for being so it worked on. That too is strange. My my degree my phd thesis is in blank dairy expiration. And i always kind of focused on outer planets. I i really think the outer moons are really cool and yet in the past seven years. I've only worked on mars. And i don't regret it at all. I mean it's a very good plan. Now maybe the second best one a second planet in the solar system for sure. There's not even not even close not close. It's not it's not ask. Earth is by far the best because only place we can live in. Mars is really the other place we could potentially go without dying so yeah right pretty immediately and now there are interns. Who watched you a few days ago. Celebrating that yeah landing and caught the bug in that moment or people listening to this who you know. Feel the feel the excitement of of that space exploration and And you are that person who those people were for you which is which is really lovely. Yes so when. I think about aids coming full circle and i. I sure hope that you know people see this and get excited whether whether it is that may come work in this domain. Just just get excited about space and science as a whole. I think we need more of that right now. We need more people to just understand what the importance and the impact of sciences. And that these things all worth doing lawyer. Oh thank you so much and thank you for taking the time today. I don't want to keep you over your time. Especially since he just woke up. Hope we can get a cup of coffee and get started on the martian. I'm actually gonna go check out that i got for. You know you're gonna see like you're going to see the public version of very cool. I wa- i watched. It shouldn't have. But i did watch it. It's amazing we have seen it and speculated on how they should do the montage of the cia. Did they did the part where they come from. The little rocket thing boosting away i was like. Oh it's over. But then they cut to the mission control. Everyone was celebrating. And i was like. Oh watch it again now. Yeah so they did a great job. I i cried so hard. I cried really hard when curiosity landed two but i cried hard this time just because it. It was an incredible act of perseverance. Not people who worked on the mission and really for for all of us. It's it represents evidence of hope for the future. I mean to tell you a little anecdote here before. I leave so that the name perseverance got picked back in january february of twenty twenty. And i remember we were the time we were all together in one room at the time. You know those things. We don't do anymore. And i remember the announced the name and all of us will like you know it's hard to spell and it is. It's kind of long to say so. Whatever we'll call it perseverance. We'll call it. Percy will move on me and then cogan hit in march and and that name became so real for us and it became what our team is because we were what like four months away from launch and overnight we were told you can't come to lebanon more and you gotta figure out how to do your job and still that light airy deadline by the way info months. You know there's no relaxing. There's no like we're in a global pandemic. Take care of yourself like you're going to get this done and the team just came together and and we made it work somehow in and looking back. There's so many hurdles. We had along the way cova being the biggest that we may may through. And you know we. We piloted and landed this thing mostly remotely on landing day when you saw those people in. That room is the first time they were in the same room together over a year and somehow still pulled it off so so that name became very very real for for us. So you know whoever when they picked that name i think. I don't think we could've foreseen what it would have meant. But i think it's it's real for us. It's real for. The united states is a hall at this point and and you know and i would say probably the humanity as a whole. That's watching way and so we couldn't have picked a better name. And i'm so proud to be behind that team to thank you so much again. Yeah here's the perseverance. Hey so john time for you to go up. What's the news from c. wimbledon. Well this is the rare week where the newsroom. Afc wimbledon is not quite as important as the news from mars. But there is news this week. afc will announce their permanent new first team coach who will replace Manager glyn hodges and it's mark robinson who coached the kids at. He's been with the club since two thousand four. He's been the academy coach for a long time. In fact a lot of the players who are now in our first team coached by him when they were twelve or thirteen years old. It's a really lovely story. This is his first shot at you. Know professional football management. I really really like him. I've known him for a long time. And i i just. I think so much of him as a person and i really really hope that He to have a lot of success as the afc wimbledon manager. It's obviously a huge opportunity for him. And everybody i think at the club. It's safe to say as rooting for him. Wimbledon are currently in the first relegation spot Twenty five points after twenty seven game so we definitely need a change of fortune and hopefully this will be it all right well. I'm i'm happy for you. John and i'm but mostly i'm happy for mars and humanity. It's it's incredible. Fara and all the people with jeff propulsion laboratory and and also everybody else. And i hope that everybody can enjoy the perseverance as much as i can. It's so exciting. That the The image the image bank has opened up so we can just look at all of the pictures it's taking and it's just amazing. How much data they can get from mars. Really fast now You know that. I picture coming in as always such a big deal But you know the the good ones are always you know you have to wait a little while. And they're starting to come in spades. Well here's the perseverance. Here's the perseverance. John ought to record our patriotic. Only podcast this weekend stuff where we talk about things that are making us happy. I think probably.

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"farah" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

07:26 min | 2 months ago

"farah" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Advise appreciated. Not san diego. But i'm right here carmen. I think you'll lean it. Oh i mean. I can't speak for. Va schwab but if somebody read the fault in our stars and route the entire novel in their minds i might. I would be thrilled. I would be so pleased i would. Yeah i would just be in awe of the fact that a human immagination can do that. I actually have read a science fiction book before. And i won't tell you what it is. Maybe because i can't remember for sure but also because they don't want to spoil it where for the first half of the book you imagine the characters is humans but then halfway through you realize that they are not human shaped and maybe that's what's happening and maybe v schwab is out there knowing that these characters are mice. But you're the only one who's figured it out of that. That's that's it that's the answer and also like read that book and there's lots of good like cloaks and i love. Oh the idea of the mouse out in a cloak and like those characters seem very like they seem like they'd be really dope ice. I i completely agree with you. Hang that a mouse in a cloak really amounts in any kind of mike complicated slightly new our costume. The is oss ray. And they're not mean like an actual mouse because i have no interest or affinity toward actual mice. I'm talking about five like animated. Yes i'm talking about five exactly. Yeah no it sounds great. I don't know how to like. I if if if you get like four books from now and it's still happening even then i think just like live your whimsey. This is great. Yeah i mean. Wouldn't you be happy. Hanke people roughly remarkable thing. And we're like. This is an incredible analysis of internet mouse culture. I think i think if we ended up someday making a tv show or movie out of it. I'm going to write it into the contract. Must be mice and they're and they're gonna take their pen and they're gonna straight through it and then my agent is going to be like what the hell hank i know. You're agent also my agent. And i love the idea of you. Emailing her saying yeah. No this looks good. Everything looks good here. They love all of. It is just one thing. I'd like to add a mouse. 'cause not see. Cla ws cla. That's right 'cause. I i think that the show is only gonna work if it's a sort of american tale in the twenty first century. Yeah time a man. God i gotta read a darker shirt magic again. Let me tell you from experience. How much movie studios love those closets. Even if they aren't about animated mice how much they love those causes. There's something in one of the contracts that i signed early on in my career. Speaking of mars that refers to the owners the company's ownership of the rights in perpetuity For display in any place on earth or anywhere else. Yeah some lawyer was like. Hey yeah yeah. I've i've listened to a podcast that maybe we'll be on mars by two thousand twenty eight lose the martian rights to this young adult novel written in two thousand five or else will go bankrupt. The words don't cost any money might as well write them. Down turns out they do cost a little bit of money which is part of why they're written down so hank as someone who is Put a few of those causes into Movie contracts over the years one thing that's actually changed in the fifteen years since my first novel came out. Is that back then. The movie studios genuinely and deeply did not care what authors thought and. I mean that in a profound way like individuals might care. You know like like the people who who were making the looking for alaska project like they cared because they were nice people and because i had a good relationship with them and so they cared but like the institution of the studio did not care at all but now they kind of can't afford not to care because they know that you have twitter. Yeah like like they know that you have a direct line to your readership and so there's a little part of me that thinks that if you really want to have an absolutely remarkable thing show or movie anthropomorphic mice like you might be able to push hard for that all right well. I don't recommend that i don't i. I wanna pause it just like consider the actual creative choice here in a in addition to the gag and like i. I don't think that you should take this bit. Yeah all the way here you who like theater near you. If i did make a graphic novel adaptation. I could just having me mice hundred percent. I'll go down or has to be i- excellent. John is another not mars. Questions from cass. Who asks hanke jonah. What's the coolest themed party you've ever been to raise a glass cass. It's gotta be the pirate birthday party. You had when. I was like six. I do not remember that i do. It was it was very cool and all of your very cool nine year old friends were over and i was just complete all three of them. Yeah no i think it was to do with them mandy but it was very cool and i was. I was so taken with the whole thing. That i remember it to this day. Wow also i have not been to a lot of themed parties and would like to go to a mars. Themed party whenever possible. Yes i agree that that our first party on the other side of this should be both perseverance. Themed and mars themed. I think you could do a kind of double theme twin. Teaming is very dangerous with parties. Of course you've got to be very careful when you do that. You don't wanna have an like an under the sea prom that's also in nineteen seventies prom. That's too much. I when i was when i turned either twenty six or twenty seven years old. I apologize and i apologize to. John keats for not remembering the age of his death. My roommates threw me a birthday party called john. Green has outlived. John keats which we had. I could kind of john keats themed birthday party. Everybody who came to this big birthday dinner had to bring a poem and like we all read. Read our poems around the table and it was really really lovely And i think the last person who read read owed on a grecian urn Which ends beauty is truth and truth beauty all you know and all you need to know and i was just really nice so if you're turning either twenty six or twenty seven. That's my recommendation john. Here's another mars. Question comes from sam who asks dear. Can john from what i understand. Perseverance has a nuclear battery on the very slim chance that there is still life on mars. Isn't there the danger that the radiation will kill this life. Sam oh gosh. No if there's if there's a there's so much radiation on mars so that if if there is life on the surface it is very good at not being destroyed by radiation..

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Science FAIL! Why it's good to do

Science Friction

05:25 min | 3 months ago

Science FAIL! Why it's good to do

"We've all made mistakes right. But sometimes i can make us fundamentally confront who we are and who we want to bay beck in twenty four eighteen neuroscientist. Dr been to has had a damn good reason to be excited. It was it was such a shalit's basically there was years of work at prestigious scientific journal current biology had just accepted a paper by humidity supervisors based on his phd project but not without rigorous peer review. I of course reviews as good and tough questions and lots of extra analyses. I did when finally the email arrived and said yes. The paper is accepted. it was just. It was a very happy moment. A piper in a high impact journal. That's a big deal for. Young scientist then investigates how we perceive the world visually. So as your brain stitches together sane in front of you what you see is rematch spatially. Onto a part of your cortex at wrinkly atalaya of brian. So if you think of the cortex is old crumbled up that if you would flatten it out like a sheet could see on this flat surface neighboring points on the critical surf representing neighboring points in the visual field in the scene in front of us then put people in an mariah scanner to see what happened to the map when he distracted them using different visual cues. He came up with a k. For design for study and think we scan a total of twenty seven people which was at the time by far the largest study using this type of method and the method was kind of knew. He said there was a lot to figure out. It was computational so there were some analyses that literally took weeks every weekend machine would run through that stuff when it crashed it would send me an email which is a dangerous thing to do because when you get an e mail on sunday saying oh your coaches crashed in your very tempted to go back to the office and start to fix it. That lots of careful data crunching and analysis lighter and he'd found something significant and surprising this aspect of the brain of the visual brain which part of the scene a given neuronal population of marin response to seem to be more malleable than we thought and it was surprising that it seemed to change with attention. Just through your attending a given power to seen more than an condition. There's a lot to this week but the shorter the long of it is. This was a robust finding worthy of journal. So fast four now to six years later it's june twenty twenty and bins running his lab and tame remotely in the middle of a pandemic lockdown in germany. He's home is three. Kids is a lot going on right and he gets an email. I received that email. And i have to say at i. If i'm honest i i. Wasn't that worried that something was wrong. Really wrong only been didn't understand what yet and he would have to make a career defining choice about what to do next today on science fiction. Something we can all relate to filing and why it's good to do especially in science but also wants wrapped up in a whole lot of stigma and shame again especially in science you know great successes are trumpeted and things. That are not successes. You don't want people to know about however failure is so normal to the day to day working of science we need to move towards a culture where we are actively embracing failure. We all know that air is human and assigned as you know we have to ask why and behalf to ask how and way we fe often leads to the next question we are asking and so does this theory much part of scientific process. It's very great suits of inspiration in many ways the into no signs. That's not the way it looks and sounds in science when a journal pulls or retracts a paper the stuff of nightmares for scientists. But he's angst about scientific integrity scandals scaring scientists away from talking more openly about making mistakes back to that email bend has received at the uselessly. Big university in giessen. It was from susanna stole. Who is doing pay at university college. London under the supervision of professor sam schwarzkopf. Now sam had been a post doc in the lab been had done his pitch in and susanna was building on original. Study when i first read and paper thought. The design. They've chosen was really beautiful and was impressed. Ben included a very extensive stepney mandatory material conducting analyses infect around thirty pages of supplementary data for just a two page paper. Susannah was impressed with half farah was but then she went to do her on experiments and she noticed something odd she was getting. The same results has been even with different experimental conditions. And that shouldn't be high s-. I really had no clue

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Unmasking a Killer, Pam Hupp

We Saw the Devil

03:25 min | 3 months ago

Unmasking a Killer, Pam Hupp

"On tuesday december twenty seventh two thousand and eleven russ area called nine one one to report that he had just discovered his wife forty two year. Old betsy farah had killed herself as you just heard. He was in hysterics crying. Unable to breathe he called nine one one expecting police. Ems to come to his aid. What he wasn't expecting was that no one who arrived on scene. That night would believe that. Betsy had committed suicide. They believe that her fifty five stab wounds told a different story and this belief this version of events would lead to more than ten years of absolute hell for rough area. This is quite possibly the craziest case we have ever heard of and apparently agrees because renee zellweger just got cast as the lead in an upcoming film based on this case when we think of evil or manipulative women. A few immediately come to mind. We have jodi arias casey anthony. Eileen worn ose and more recently. Laurie valo by the end of this episode. You'll have another name to add to this list pamela. up pamela. Newman was born on october tenth. Nineteen fifty-eight indulge in missouri in a devout catholic home. Her mom was a schoolteacher working at a local school and her father was a longtime employee for union electric happily backed by the union by all accounts it was an idyllic childhood. Pam was known as being kind vivacious and extremely playful beautiful with long flowing blond hair and an infectious laugh. It was very hard not to like her for high school. She attended riverview gardens in saint louis. She was popular and a member of the cheerleading squad. If you ask any of her former classmates what they remember about pam they almost all say one of three things. She wasn't that great at school but she loved to party and she was one hundred cent boy crazy. Her popularity allowed her to frequently date. She began to go steady with an attractive softspoken boy. Who was a star athlete exceptional student and member of the national honor society. A couple of weeks after going to their senior prom together a pregnancy test confirmed pam spheres most likely due to her stringent catholic upbringing. She knew what had to happen. They had to get married resenting the fact that her friends were enjoying college life pam said at home in a dingy dark apartment with her daughter while her husband were too long hours to provide for their small family. The resentment grew to be far too much in the marriage dissolved. After only six years soon after the divorce pam met markup he was attractive also softspoken and played minor league baseball for the texas rangers. The two became almost immediately enamored with one another and married rather quickly. Mark ended up not being drafted by the major league so he became a carpenter. The pair soon welcomed a baby boy and moved to florida in nineteen eighty nine not finding a great deal of happiness or success in the sunshine state. They moved back to missouri buying a home in the city of o'fallon with marks carpentry skills and plump savings account. The two began to flip homes in the area meaning steady income and a regular paycheck. Pam went to work at a local state farm insurance office. Betsy faira was the very first person who greeted her

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Chili Peppers Are Good for Your Heart

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Chili Peppers Are Good for Your Heart

"Shows the spice in your food might also keep you alive. Cardiologists Fahmi Farah says, thanks to antioxidants and anti inflammatory benefits. Regular chili pepper consumption leads to a 26% risk reduction for heart related. Mortality and a 23% risk reduction for cancer related mortality, all thanks to a chemical called Cap season. It's the cap basin that gives us that fight, and it is also the same chemical that provide both cardiovascular benefits and cancer benefit. Farah adds chili sauces could be loaded with sodium so instead look for a whole raw peppers like cayenne or Jalapenos, jalapenos like Serranos myself Favorites. But what about ghost peppers?

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Trump May Spend Election Night at White House

Todd Schnitt

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Trump May Spend Election Night at White House

"President Trump is cozying up a home to watch the election results tonight. Ryan show cast a story. That's what the White House communications director told Fox business solicit, Farah explained. Trump will be keeping tabs with senior aides and his family in the East wing of the executive mansion. Farah noted. The president has put in the work on the campaign trail and is excited to see the results. Trump blitzed battleground states over the past few days, holding multiple rallies to increase his reelection chances. I'm Brian

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Potential legal challenges over late-arriving mail ballots

Larry O'Connor

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Potential legal challenges over late-arriving mail ballots

"Of the presidential election could be delayed by a few days in states like Pennsylvania, North Carolina to count mail in ballots. The White House is director of Strategic Communications Elissa Farah, telling Fox businesses mornings with Maria. They're ready in case any voting irregularities pop up. We've warned about this for quite some time the mass mail in voting in states but don't have systems prepared to process these massive scale melons that we're seeing this cycle. But we do. We've got attorneys on the ground in different states. We're prepared to make sure that every vote is counted and it's counted accurately. The Federal

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Pelosi says Trump stimulus proposal is 'one step forward, two steps back'

San Diego Business with Sully

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Pelosi says Trump stimulus proposal is 'one step forward, two steps back'

"Speaker is still hopeful about another round of relief. I'm ham who? So Fox News. But in a letter to colleagues, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the most recent attempt by the White House to reach a deal on another Corona virus stimulus package amounts to one step forward, two steps back saying In part when the president talks about a bigger package. He appears to mean that he wants more money at his discretion to grant or withhold with more on the negotiations. Here's Fox is Jared Halpern. There appears to be some progress in talks between the White House and congressional Democrats on a Corona virus relief package, White House communications director Elissa Farah told reporters. The administration is eager and willing to strike a deal. We're willing to come up on the level that we're giving it up. Ready. Aim it to the American people. Potentially airline aid Speaker Nancy Pelosi is that it's not just the dollars. But the details of the spending that will matter

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Trump White House blocks FDA’s new guidelines for vaccine approval

Curtis Sliwa

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Trump White House blocks FDA’s new guidelines for vaccine approval

"Full day out of the hospital, the president's doctor says he's doing extremely well no longer reporting any symptoms of covert 19. White House communications chief Elissa Farah says he's been working making calls meeting with advisors were still working to defeat this virus. I know a lot of the focus has been on the president's state, his focus is on What more Therapeutics? Can I get on the market? How are we moving toward getting a vaccine through Operation Warp speed? That's something the FDA is working on two foxes. Rachel Sutherland, With this life, least of the Food and Drug Administration was playing to have vaccine developers follow participants and trials for two months. So watch for safety concerns for the White House says that's not necessary. A senior administration official told the AP. There's no clinical or medical reason for the FDA guidelines for emergency approval cemented last month, President Trump is signaled he wants a vaccine before the November 3rd election. The FDA submitted those guidelines on September 21st

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White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Says Trump Is 'Improving Dramatically, Quickly'

Mark and Melynda

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Says Trump Is 'Improving Dramatically, Quickly'

"Boxes. John Boxes. Decker John Decker is live is live in Washington in Washington White House White communications House communications director director Elissa Elissa Farrah Farrah on Fox on Fox News, News, giving giving the latest the latest update update on the president's on the president's health. health. The president's The president's improving improving dramatically dramatically and quickly and quickly But listen, But listen, we understand we understand he's not he's out not of the woods. out of the woods. He's continuing He's continuing to be monitored to be monitored by his by doctor his doctor and medical and medical team here, team here, the president the president on Twitter, on Twitter, promising promising his followers his followers that he will that be he back will be out back on out the campaign on the campaign trail soon. trail soon. And blasting And blasting polls that polls show him that show trailing him trailing Democratic Democratic presidential presidential nominee nominee Joe Biden. Joe Biden. Separately, Separately, staffing staffing has been has reduced been reduced in the West in the Wing West Wing and President and President Trump Trump is not is not set set to be in to the be in Oval the Office Oval Office anytime anytime today. today. Lisa Lisa thanks, John. thanks, John. The White House The White says House more says precautions more precautions will be taken will be taken to protect to protect essential essential staff staff around around the president. the president. As court As court challenges challenges to postal to postal service changes service changes continue. continue. The Postal The Postal Service Service in a filing in a filing today is today asking is asking a judge a to judge clarify to clarify

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White House Spokesperson Alyssa Farah Defends Dr. Sean Conley

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

White House Spokesperson Alyssa Farah Defends Dr. Sean Conley

"Going home today is doctors say his condition is improving and he could be released from the hospital. Maybe even today. As communications director Alyssa Farah says. If the president is discharged, he'll be in good hands. We do have a fully operating medical team here. I I don't want to get ahead of any announcements if they will or won't move him, But there's a lot that we can do here from the White House, the residents and the medical office. She defended the president's physician, Dr Sean Conley, as he's come under scrutiny for acknowledging that he downplayed the severity of the president's condition in public statements. We can trust information he's giving Marker. Malard ABC News, The president also

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LVMH Is Readying Its Red Pen for Tiffany's Books

Wall Street Breakfast

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

LVMH Is Readying Its Red Pen for Tiffany's Books

"A Delaware judge is expediting the trial date for Tiffany's lawsuit against lvmh which backed out of a sixteen point two billion dollar takeover of the US jeweler earlier this month. We appreciate the court's ruling today to expedite the process said tiffany chairman. Rodger Farah a trial on January. Fifth Twenty Twenty one will hopefully lead to a ruling prior to the expiration of US antitrust clearance on February third twenty, twenty one and enable us to protect our company and our shareholders. lvmh has argued that a material effect from the pandemic had hurt tiffany's business while it couldn't complete the deal by the November closing date for fear of getting in the middle of a US. France trade war.

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Boston Uprising Beat Houston Outlaws in Overwatch Playoffs

High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

05:35 min | 8 months ago

Boston Uprising Beat Houston Outlaws in Overwatch Playoffs

"We gotta start at the top but Boston uprising defeating the Houston outlaws it three to one. I, know shrug in chat as has shown up specifically to hear this one's Oh. People will will tune in for this one I mean like I was very vocal about it after the match on twitter. It's it's very easy to deduce what went wrong in this game and that is a woefully under coached and unprepared team tried to do something that's never been viable in the history of overwatch. And they tried to do it at a time when it makes little sense as humanly possible for their strategy to be effective and This was purely a coaching failure to me. There's just no two ways around it. They lost to a team that had previously won two games on the season that we discussed this potentially being actually worsen over watch the the Owen Forty Shanghai dragons from season. One we on ironically had that conversation They tried to run Faira in a hit scan Meta that that's it. They treated it like it was a lock and load must pick day Spanish. How Long Months Months. Training a GPS player to become their main tank and then when they needed their main tank to play a GPS hero like road hog, they swap in different DPS player to. Free up their main tank player to fly around in the sky and play Farah. Now if you'RE WANNA run fair I have no issue with it being hydration right that the man was previously transcendent on the hero like he did things that nobody else was really able to do on a was I'm talking back, season one. Better. Find is a history lesson not not a a me trying like compare people recent times. So I have no issues with with hydration being that guy but. The road hog was perfect for him. What we're seeing throughout this tournament is that Kinda Best Road for the teams that are using it Are the maintain players that adapt into it There's a certain of positioning in coordination in a style to this version of roadlog. If you're running a measure main tank, you still kinda needed to operate as your main tank in needs the control space and hold corners and just absolutely play it much like you would a reinhard in a way. You know you're playing on your corners and you're using your natural cover because you don't have a shield still kind of in the same position and now we have. blase coming in and playing it and I thought he did a pretty good job. I mean people were talking about how great fusions looked kind of thought blase out performed fusions. But he did it in a different style that was kinda worse for the team or he was much more flaky. He was much more Ganji player. South road hogs. So our doom players, the accurate one, right that's what what ways and it just didn't quite have the same level of impact. But I think he kind of outperformed fusions thought he got more value out of the picked infusions dead. This fight was lost in the hero select screen. Apparently, their first scrim because in a game where. And Ash are two of the best DPS selections they decided. We can run fair with a one hundred percent pick right and it's just gonNa work and that's like I said something that's never once been true in the history of overwatch like even when widowmaker and macree and ash suck. It doesn't work because you have diva you have. Anna were both also mainstays in the lineup for the Boston uprising. They never have of a counter area you're doing it. Why would we stop doing? It was just asinine. Eh. Just absolutely ridiculous. There was no backup strategy they going into the last map they played it on everything Lee Jang Tower control, center like literally everywhere. It doesn't matter how bad at historically is it doesn't matter anything. They're just like this was right right it's. Been True. There's no indication indication that this should be true. Every theory craft and you could possibly do tells you fair as this is the same chief, isn't the pack for her next patches live. Server. Patch, I could see that being a viable strategy because they really are doing allowed to the hit scans and they're adding damage fall off to widowmaker and all these things right? Are they doing those things dream? Why are they doing those things harsha because they hit scan heroes are overpowered. So you just literally three headed your way into being beaten by the worst team in the. League You all should be fired literally everybody in the coaching staff should just go and and you've got to rebuild again because they just literally. The worst coaching job I can remember seeing in overwatch leaving I can't even sit there and blame the Oh and forty Shanghai. Dragons. Entirely on their coaching staff a little but good portion of it was just a roster wasn't capable at Sarah there. This roster was absolutely capable of the task at hand. The fact that everybody loves the PICK ON THE HOUSTON outlaws and everybody nobody wants to give him credit nobody picks him in any pickles ever ninety five percent of brackets were busted by this game.

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'Rona's Report

Yeah, We Said It

05:32 min | 9 months ago

'Rona's Report

"All, right we back. Welcome to yeah. We said it Ronas report part one. We still hear you know. Don. L.. How're you doing? On well, I can't complain not sick and tired of being in the house but you know it is what it is. relatable relatable for everybody. Florida also today you heard from him last year for our Wimbledon episode. Welcome back and thanks for joining us to talk some myths today. I'm always here to talk Thank said. For letting me letting me comeback art. Right So there's a lot of news. It's been seven months. So With a lot of stuff. Okay. Right at the end of January, that's right January. Former world number-one player estimates year announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. So that was very sad I checked her social media when I was writing this down because like I said, this is in January to see if she had anything else. About. How things are going I didn't see anything on twitter. But. I saw some other stuff that she was like promoting and everything. So I'm I'm hoping that he's Okay I haven't heard anything since January either. the bad news just kept coming as a few days after that one Martina Poacher underwent yet another knee surgery after the previous procedure was unsuccessful. Just recently stated that he's begun slowly re acclimating himself to the tennis court. Once again. This is just the last couple of weeks. Yeah. That's to hear about Walmart being but esther is an absolute lack of the sport. I don't really think she gets the the the amount than do that she should be. Layers. By like five hundred state matches without almost. Like years. Absolute legend She deserves all this lowers possibly get. and also conversely I feel like Walmart game. She he his almost underachieve like e e should he also did a lot of flowers but Injuries. Yeah every time he really starts to get on a roll and starts plans to get back into the top ten like here comes into the freak injury. So yeah, really unfortunate. It's crazy but he he always manages to find his way back into the top ten and back you know making deep runs in the slams in in in winning title. So it's kind of amazing to see him being able to bounce back similar times I mean he obviously was supported the sport because we seem people who have gone through last Mike give it up and he just keeps doing his best to come back again it's gotta be super. duper difficult frustrating. Definitely. We discussed on our pre Australian Open episode that Robert Farah had been provisionally suspended on a doping charge. Short. Time later, he saw that suspension lifted as it was determined that he bears no fault or negligence would be allowed to compete again immediately. Of, course competition ended soon after but he's been very active actively thirst trapping on instagram der Rona for which I am. Very thankful. We. All Know Cedric Cubans trying all of those instagrams Lissette, a meal blast like that Yes i. Yeah, I mean I'm sure he knows they. Let me move on? Roger Federer also had yet another knee operation. This past spring he planned to be up to the French Open, but it turns out. This might have been the best time for him to have such a procedure. So yeah. He's I. I saw some stuff where he since stated data like he doesn't really know. What's going to happen next as far as is concerned right now. Yeah I was I. was that he picked the exact right time disappear. Yeah. He did for sure you know he had not coming bed. Yeah. This is a great time. So if he does come back, it's you know it's not like you superior behind what everybody else is dying but. Get his ranking and stuff will still be pretty secure. So. Obviously. Back in his thirty ninth birthday the other day. So you know happy belated or whatever. Yeah, I guess up. Have you heard about him being like more more injured than what he lets us know. I didn't really it was. It was like some sort of a quote where he said something to the effect of he wasn't sure if he would be back like he was he just wasn't sure right now. Like. He wasn't sure if he's coming back at all that's that's what I read. I. Don't know was voted the way I would. Scream. Scream but I I mean I could buy it because you know spending all this time at home with his family and his wife and kids and everything. And to have achieved everything that he's achieved, I don't know if I'd come back either.

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Daphne Merkin: 22 Minutes of Unconditional Love

Bookworm

05:06 min | 10 months ago

Daphne Merkin: 22 Minutes of Unconditional Love

"This week. I'm talking to someone who I've wanted to talk to for a very long time. But it took until now that she's written her second novel her first novel. enchantment was written over twenty years ago. The new novel twenty two minutes of unconditional love by my guest staff new American is recently published by Farah Strauss. It's a book that has been. In the works. For All that time this version of A crucial event in twenty two minutes of unconditional love in that novel enchantment Daphne tell me. What was it that held you up? What took twenty years to create the snaffle? I'd go even further Michael and say it took thirty years. I described what I wanted to do. Put It that way to an editor who was at a press that no longer exists and I said I'd always been interested in obsession. And the truth of the matter is. My first novel in Chapman. I had originally described to Billy Vaughan of which. The publisher who I laid a worked for five years. I said that was about A. But this was. To be a novel about. What happens if you get involved if your woman who gets involved? With a man who is? In some simple way quote very bad for you. Could be on any level psychologically emotionally, physically abusive the whole spectrum. and. I had read such books. 'cause it always interested me. And the woman usually ended up either dead. Like Ana, Karenina? or Hold off to an institution. And I was always. Interested in a degree of I guess what is called Sadomasochism not in its theatrical form like story of Oh Never much as they say, did it for me, it's too theatrical into Saad is to theatrical for me, but the sort of. Ways in which power gets contorted in relationships, interested me. They said I said I wanNA. Write about obsession. They said fine. They gave me in advance. At that time. It was not. Small. In fact now again it is not sold for a novel, which was one hundred thousand. And! I went off and wrote. To page two hundred twelve. Still remember I remember the scene because the scene is in this. Final novel, which has the lawyer? Character, who the woman is involved with? Named rose asks or demands that. The protagonist judith shown. Cruel across the floor for him. They did as some kind of tribute. To her quote love. More accurately, his power over her, and I got to this page. And I stopped did. And I thought. Just to explain Michael I come from A. Observant Orthodox background. Completely observant not acidic. What's called? Modern Orthodox. And I was I'm one of six siblings. Nine parents were German immigrants. And Even though I had already written. I mean enchantment. What had been treated basically as a memoir. The term auto fiction which I personally could do without hadn't been invented yet. So. If you wrote very autobiographically impelled fiction. Your average lay reader would simply it as oh, she's talking about herself and there were many. Many parts of the novel that were similar to my family. But if I wanted to write a memoir straight, I would have written a memoir, but. All I'm saying is I had already revealed. Things you don't say about your family. If you a modest product of Orthodox background.

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Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan

Fat Mascara

07:01 min | 1 year ago

Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan

"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for

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Grisham out as press secretary, will head first lady's staff

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Grisham out as press secretary, will head first lady's staff

"Press secretary Stephanie Grisham never actually spoke for the president from the White House briefing room podium she did not hold a single news conference after succeeding the more familiar Sean Spicer and Sarah Sanders saying the president did not want her to Grisham will now become belonging to trump's chief of staff and be replaced by two women trump campaign spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee will be White House press secretary Pentagon spokeswoman Alyssa Farah will take on a strategic communications role for a president who believes he is his best spokesman Sager make ani Washington

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"farah" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"farah" Discussed on Bad Science

"Did you did you make that actual trade? Yes I made that actual trail I mean. H One too many cooper in two thousand one yet because the mini sales trade picture. I stand between and I'm like I'm a true Democrat. You know But but the mini came out and it was like man. This is like driving a go-cart it will yours Italian job when you drive and and the engineering people like how do you fit in it? And it's like I'd have people sit in it and they couldn't touch the pedals. Yeah seat goes back so far like it is. It is remarkable engineering. How much room they have in that little car. And it's so much fun you know what? I just drove Lonzo. Last week I went to Buell tin up up and I drove a classic mini. Like one of those. You have to. You have to do this one. This one has a supercharged V. Six in the back waiting thousand pounds of makes five hundred horsepower. It's psycho death. She other thing to do is they're putting motorcycling. Yes they are motorcycle. Engine in a little car is a wonderful thing. Motorcycle Engines Rev really high. Okay and usually you're also using the motorcycle transmission which is sequential so a high revving engine with sequential transmission and a little car feels like a Formula One car. Okay I got a chart. You guys are really getting me into this selling. I've never been before and now I really think the dealership right now. Let's get going. Let's go no you know what you should do. Delis honestly would be really fun for you just south of the airport they have the Porsche experience the Burbank airport. No Okay Okay and it. It costs it costs like five hundred. Bucks Okay and you can get out there with someone who knows how to drive. They'll they'll you'll do laps in a porsche and then they'll let you drive it. Wow and you get to experience. What a high performance cars like in a safe controlled. There's also a place in Vegas called Speed Vegas the same thing and you know again. It costs money. 'cause few hundred bucks it's like the adult playground right so. I did a thing. They're called the Italian job where I got to do like ten laps five laps in Ferrari five laps in a Lamborghini. Well and it was a blast. It was fun and but this is a way to experience it. You don't have to buy a car you don't have to deal with all of that. You just WanNa see you know. Some people like they've never done one hundred miles an hour and a car and this is a controlled atmosphere where you could safely do one hundred one hundred twenty miles hour in a car just to see what if feels like to. Do you know which is much safer than doing it on the four. Oh five and even the entry level porsches today are stupid fast and like they have cool programs that my friend. Jen runs this place. Great they have like you could do a basic session or you can do like stick versus automatic rear wheel drive versus all wheel drive. Turbo versus non turbo like have different. Cool like sampler kind of programs for you to get a variety of time down and superfund it up. I would absolutely love that and I think this is probably the best time to tell you since we are wrapping up. I don't know how to drive the stick shift. That's okay that's probably teach people don't now you know there's another fight that goes on now. Stickshift versus dual clutch transmissions yeah clutch transmission it basically to clutch controlled by computer and it's like automatic and pillow. It's not real. It's like well the fastest cars in the world. All use it so there must be something to a good argument. I liked that. I'll say that from now. Okay I mean but but there's people who are real enthusiasts who would like manufactures to continue making stick shift cars even though there is less and less of a business case to do so every year and it's the opposite it used to be that the stick was the standard and then you paid a little more to get an automatic. Now if you WANNA stick your special ordering it charges more because if you're a manufacturer if one out of three hundred cars you sell has its manual transmission manufactured. It's a pain in the ass to build that one car for that person who insists on a manual transmission and then the other thing and this is where people's heads like this is where fantasy versus reality right. Well I'm faster in stick and then like if you're honest with yourself and you do like Matt said go dry both like no. You're not you're not by like more fun and a steak if you enjoy driving stick but joint faster the racers. The racers literally say especially with Porsche because Porsche is so good at figuring out when the car should shift and the control they not put it in drive and don't touch waters and automatic. Were like the car is smarter than you. Okay cool I don't feel myself out of pride but if I actually wanted to set a lap time that mattered. I would put the stupid thing in automatic on me. I Yeah I leave it drive. My car is much smarter than me. So it's cool. I'm cool with not. I don't think all those are smarter than me. I think some very high end cars are smarter than me but some of them. I assume all smarter than me for sure. They probably are. Yeah big time boys. I can't thank you for being on the program. Is there something to promote? Obviously we each have this great podcasts. But anything else you guys want to plug please feel free. Lonzo BODEN DOT COM. Come see me do stand up and won't talk at all about cars will talk about anything else about cars sometimes. Sometimes yeah I talk about Dr Relatable Shit. Fucking naibing traffic and and You know I'm not a fan of the Prius. Anyone seen my standup bass knows. You're not a fan at a preorder Tesla. I always say tesla drivers are just Prius drivers that made it. Yeah that sounds about right. Yeah and yeah. If you haven't seen Alonzo please get off your button. Do so saying unbelievable unbelievable I'll plug this mugging tire. Podcast the smoke entire Youtube series. And you just find all that at the tire dot com and if you're in Los Angeles and you like this.

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"farah" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"farah" Discussed on Bad Science

"Okay so it's known as a power adder you have to keep filling the stupid bottle and if it's installed correctly in in a in a drag racing car it's reasonably safe to US okay. It is people. Use It all the time. Well you don't WanNa do is drill a hole into your intake shush of a a nitrous thing in there and put it on a button. The button visual. Yeah what is really not accurate about it? It's always a button. Most people especially in a computer controlled car. It's on a throttle position. Switch so it flows as much or as little as is needed dependent on your engine RPM and you're throttle so okay there would be like a master arm there would turn the system on and then after that it's just it's just on the visual of the button you know and like being a instant boost. That's wrong it's hokey. Well not entirely wrong. But it's definitely hokey theoretically so this look at. This is what an engine is. Basically an engine basically pump right so you put air and you put fuel in you ignite it and it the that moves the Pistons which moved the crankshaft which creates power. So if you have more air in just like he said and you add more fuel you can get more power so what you have. Is things like turbos superchargers nitrous basically instead of the engines sucking air in air being pumped in right. So it's under pressure so yes so you have this big bottle right and yet it's like you said it's usually hooked up throttle like when you hit full throttle then the nitrous kicks in and you get a temporary boost. It's not enough to make you fly between buildings into that last little boost of horsepower. When you're in a drag race or something like that Hukou and that. But but it looks much sexier to open the bottle. Yeah hit the switch and suddenly car just rockets. You know if you watched Mad Max. Yeah same thing you know where. Mad Max would do that in a chase scene. When he lifted the RED KNOB and superchargers would kick in and the car would just you know take off now the great thing about the Mad Max movies? They're all real cars right. Yes he uses all they use all even in in the last one. They started out with one hundred thirty cars and by the end of filming had worn. 'cause they literally destroyed every vehicle you saw but it was all real. That's how he does it. But whereas with fast and furious it's become more and more. Cgi which. I think they need to tell people that because these kids start believing in a lot. A lot of early live with a car. O early ones their workers but then like say when they started flying. Yeah Okay like like. This is a thing of all right. Listen kids when you're backing your car out of a cargo jet. That's taking off. Okay sure that your speed matches the ground speed. When you hit the great you know like no you cannot back a car out of a cargo jet as it's taking off and then drive away. Don't try don't do that. Yeah it doesn't work. That's good advice. Yeah this is an advice podcast. So that's very helpful. What other what other things do you have shady or yeah? Yeah it's way too long so there's curious down from ear right at the beginning of a race. There's something he like an only in a Vin. Diesels car he like. What's that called? You're starting the fires burning out. And then as soon as it starts. Hit the front of his car launches into the air and call the whealy. Yeah he's doing this week. Why how does that happen like right at the beginning so in a drag race right at a drag strip with real drag cars? Yeah you have these. Big slick racing tires are deflated to very low. Psi and they use this stuff called V. H. T. which is literally like liquid tar. They spray on the ground. So you do a burnout. The smoke in place that heats up the tires make some very tacky. Okay then you'd roll up to the line which is covered in this Tari stuff. So it's tacky on tacky and you want your car and it grips so hard that it works the front wheels in the air. It's a do the stunt. In the movie they physically put weights on the back of the car. Right upset the weight distribution to make it do that. There we go. That's not entirely accurate. But it would. It would be possible on a if it was on track with the right surface. You gotTa have a ton of power a ton of Torque to wheel car because it's very heavy on dragsters like funny cars and stuff they have. What's called whealy bars? So that they stick out the backs to little wheels so basically up. It keeps the car from flipping. Oh okay I was worried about. It would make so much power you know that it would just launch. So so how. That's yes so it's not gonNA happen in a street race like that. It looks like you see what motorcycles all time motorcycles. It's easy to wheel because again the power to weight ratio is so much different right and move your body weights back right away which you know. Video Lonzo sorry from like a couple of weeks ago of the Porsche. Turbo at the DRAG STRIP. That doesn't really it. Launches and four wheels does about a fifty foot really is nine eleven so fast it was awesome. I got to see it. Yeah I thought it was only with like a hydraulics that you can hit a button you can make it bounce so different routes and they're driving slowest. That's more my speed. Yeah that's what I'm talking about. That would be awesome. Which you WANNA talk about hot women hanging around cars. Low Rider world is just unreal. Yeah and that's and they have them. They actually do that under that. That import show. If you switched the cars with low riders. The people would make more sense right. Okay that totally that that clicks with me and a much better way okay. So there's a main part of this movie. A plot point is NITRO meth. He says that there's only one guy in L. A. Nitro meth. Yeah and he knows it. Because there's like a yellow substance on the road and he like works of fuel. Nitromethane is fuel that basically explosive. Which is why you don't put it in your car again drag racers and race cars. That are made to run on that fuel. What he's saying is that residue at a fuel tells him that. You know there's one guy who has a car that runs on this and this is how we know. It's the guy if you have a car that looks even remotely like a Car. Like not a dragster. You know what I mean like a car that's driven on the street. Yep and it's running on nitro. You have a real problem like because there's so many levels of fuel between regular gas station eighty seven octane. And there's about seven or eight levels of race gas. Ok you're into the thousands of horsepower. If you need nitromethane yeah I mean when he says. Looks like a car to interrupt you but dragsters okay. It's just a plastic body put on the frame. It's plastic body. That looks like a You know a dodge charger or a Camaro or something like that but that's all it is. It's a fiberglass well you'd be relaxed plastic. It's not a real car body or they're so that's what he's talking the movie it's like a Torino or the idea that the Ford Torino running nitromethane insane. I was so confused about it because a I love the name. Nitromethane sounds really cool right and then there was also some heat on hybrids. You know they they mentioned is like oh he might own a hybrid like chance and so i. I don't know I want a hybrid. I think you know it's there's some cool hybrids but at the time this film came out. There weren't okay the the cool hybrids. Yeah let's look at the million dollar supercars where the engine makes six hundred horsepower and the electric motors at four hundred more. Yeah Guy who'll hybrids or not Prius is that. Get seventy two miles a gallon. That's that's not no no cool. Hybrids are supercars because like Formula One race cars are hybrids right. It it's not not be six motor with an electric motor added for power and and to get race cars are. Let's test this technology before. We put it on the street right right. That's what racing car rates. That's part of what car racing is about. So you have these hybrid. Supercars like Matt was talking about McLaren Porsche. A Ferrari they're all they're making them and that's what they use the hybrid four took for additional horsepower above and beyond what the gas powered engine is making? Hybrid Systems. You can have a car. That's got the gas engine powering. The rear wheels. And then you have electric motors in the front wheels which can give you an an all wheel drive system but where the front wheels aren't mechanically connected. Which means you can program them to do anything. Oh which is a little nerdy for you. Let's say you're turning into a corner you could have it break your Fr- inside wheel and over accelerate your outside wheel will turn sharper. Can you can just bloop just program that in dance so like. That's what that's what a cool hybrid does. That is a cool high. Probably not what? He's talking about their day. We're talking about having a a legacy of previous. This movie was like Oh five right. Oh nine nine. Yeah not any good hybrid yet. It was like four more years before you got good. Hybrids Tesla Good Hybrid Tesla Electric Fully Electric Cooling Electric car though sure yeah goes fast fast forty. You'll appliance Porsche. Cool Electric There's a quote. Somebody says. Muscle beats import every time. It was also kind of a schmuck character. That said this usually is okay. So muscle cars are American cars mainly from the sixties where the way they made horsepower. Make the engine. Bigger it was. They were big cubic inch engines big. V8's and there are people who believe in muscle and a day like old hot rods. They build those up and then Imports are the the Japanese cars. Where the technology where you're now you're tuning it. What your lap. That's why you see him tune with their laptop. The rise they can adjust fuel mapping. And this and that and the other. So so that's kind of the battle right. The old school muscle guys who grew up with those cars. Who believe in those cars and the tuner guys are younger? People who believe no I might. Technology will beat your cubic inches. Yep Okay where do you guys fall? I think I don't. I don't even get in that fight. I think it's a stupid fight. What do you want? What do you like I? I've got a friend. Well you know Chris Titus Titus Car Guy. He has some of the most beautiful old hot rods. He build like he builds. He's into muscle. He also drives Tesla's his day to day driver. But but we used to have this argument and I say like Titus I get it but the golden age of cars is now because at that time. I had a CD V. I was like I have a cadillac with five hundred fifty horsepower that also has heated seats like like when they put five hundred horsepower. In sixty nine Camaro not only didn't have heated seats couldn't turn it went straight and also wasn't water night if you tried to turn it a high-speed well now you die so soda. Technology Technology has made everything better and safer but there is something to be said for just brute horsepower like an old car did has a brutal engine that just you know but you have to know how to drive. Kevin. Hart's Crash was a case of somebody driving a high horsepower. Call an older car that was built to be a high horse power card and the guy didn't know how to drive it and what you're doing I like. I like all different kind of stuff. I mean not. Everybody can own multiple vehicles. But I can and so I have different cars that that excite me for different reasons. And if you're not actually entered in a race with prizes. I don't really care if your car does the quarter mile a second faster than my car. If I like my car except for next Thursday when you separate and I I've never had room or really our money but definitely not room to collect cars so I just go through them like I'll drive something for year year and a half now on board. I wanted to drive something else and a lot of times. It will be something completely different. Like I literally went from Driving Hummer to a mini cooper. Did you did you make that actual trade? Yes I made that actual trail I mean. H One too many cooper in two thousand one yet because the mini sales.

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"farah" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

14:23 min | 1 year ago

"farah" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"The special guest recently named the edge woman of the year fair. What'S GONNA? I'm just honored to be on the warden to be nominated among such a great group of women? I mean. It's just a prestigious award in that. The people who are you know nominated alongside mirrors some really great well accomplished talented just formidable group of women you know. Intel. Vm Ware Number of great companies represented. And they're doing some really great things you know. I've been in the industry for three years so I run across a number of them already. Sino what they're up to and there's some really great things that are going to move the industry forward. Yeah and it's just Really cool to hear you know your background talking before the interview and I'm really excited. Share this with our audience so before we get into edge works while you're building. Let's take a step back. How did you get started in technology in the first place? I think it was almost like bit contrarian for me I was at Stanford and You know while those cs department does a really good job at trying to be more inclusive. It was definitely an environment whereas like being the seven to one men to women and there was sort of the culture there like women couldn't code or weren't going to be as good and I think that made me want to work even harder at it. The male colleagues coming in had a lot of experience females. You know we're first time out. I think that caused a little bit of a discrepancy in Tech and from there to get an interesting career path work in a number of large organizations and then venture investing in the tech space. So tell me a little bit about edge. Works in your current role. Sure so I'm a CO founder. A badge works focused. I'M GONNA market. That's always been my passion I met Colton three years ago at one of the conferences. That Gavin puts on IOT world. I'm looking at you competing for a long period of time As an investor I looked at enterprise companies originally started out in storage and You know from there moved into big data and that led me to a and whatnot but I realize was that people needed to make decisions off data a lot faster than before that it was the competitive advantage and ninety percent of the data is coming from outside of cloud and data center. I saw that in the big companies. I was working with us well so I started looking at competing. Pretty early and found. Hilton am not He sort of fit the mold of an entrepreneurial. Invest in The tech that he built I o fog was open sourced under the eclipse foundation. And I saw a real opportunity for us to become the universal edge computing fabric for the edge and become as ubiquitous. Hoop was for big data. So actually left my job in enter and joined up with them in co-founded edge works. Isn't that so funny? I mean you know when you see someone who's NBC. Who who takes the plunge to go to the operator side? It's like one of those unique experiences. investor turned turn. Co-founder was that I I'd imagine is a pretty big pretty big life decision for you obviously have no idea The day after I took the plunge and we signed documents to co found it. I found out I was pregnant with my son. My first child. I don't know if I would have taken the plunge otherwise because You know ventures a little bit more of a stable platform as well but. I'm glad I did. It was no turning back now and I want my son to look back and say he's proud of his mom. So that's awesome that's so quota here so what was that was that first year like goading. It was a lot of fun. It was interesting. It was harder to get venture funding because people were like. Hey how is the pregnancy can affect the company? And I'm like you're getting that question. I was COONASS GRACIOUS. And it really shouldn't have because Interesting story that day. I gave birth to my son was the day. We close our first customer. Actually or Yusuf's sign the contract and send it over to an oil and gas company and while I was delivering they signed cosigned and send it back until the day I deliver my son. I also got our first customer onboard efforts. That's incredible what story that is. So so cool and also really upsetting. You're getting this kind of questions. In today's Day you'd think a lot of people a lot more forward thinking. It's great that you guys here. At edge computing world have been you know to even think about having snored and recognizing such a great group of women and you know really like understanding the value and things that they brought to the industry. I think that shows a lot of insight fullness on the on the part of the conference I think you know all the folks who put on edge computing worlds connecting the inaugural events. It's something that clearly they see a need for this. You know that's why we were excited for. It visionaries to partner with with state of the Edge Metro Bureau and Vapor N- and all those folks to kind of start getting more information out there for our listeners. I chose technology leaders. WanNa learn more about this in kind of the nascent. Stage in obviously diversity of thought diversity of background is a huge part of this. This is a global problem. Birds Global Opportunity and it is really cool to see you know you an edge woman of the year and And hopefully it starts some conversations that you know more folks who don't realize you know stuff about edge can get get excited and get involved absolutely. I'm hoping so as well and look. I think it's a great platform to raise awareness and I hope other industries follow suit so beca jurors told me a little bit about you. Know what the product is what it does. What are your types of customers? And and what do you do for them? Absolutely so address Sir realized that you know people are trying to get down to the edge largely because chasing the data. And so what? We're trying to help. Organizations do really build a cloud edge. Continue people don't only want to run on the things and they don't only want around the cloud they want to have. A seamless fabric most customers who have like a level of complexity or understanding of of chasing the data. I want to have things running on different levels. You know running at the edge Where that that be the way the cameras etcetera things running on Data Center. They'll have things running at A Colo they'll have on cell tower. And how do you make that seamless? So that's what Edwards is focused on the orchestration deployment monitoring of applications at the edge similar to what Kubrick has done really well for the cloud. We're trying to do that for the cloud edge fabric. And so I know you can't share you. Know any internal details here. But what are the types of companies that you're working with sure we've seen a lot of uptaken? Telco FOR INSTANCE. They're an interesting group. We've seen oil and gas manufacturing smart cities and we're also seeing a lot of big companies get onboard as well. You know I can say that. We're working with companies like red hat like vm ware. Who are really understanding that there needs there needs to be an ad strategy. And they're really like taking a look at the open source. Obviously we've seen from the past. That open source built Internet. I built a and so I believe that's going to be the case for the edge and We're we're happy to see other people getting on that bandwagon and looking at that so closely. Why do you think this is such an important time for your company to Exist? But I think the market is really ripe for executing people are you know I think is been a huge push for why people are trying to get to the edge. People WANNA push algorithms down faster so they can take that data and make some sense out of it and more real time. Additionally infrastructure standpoint like imagine taking video data get couple gigabytes in our trying to push that back to the cloud. That's impossible to do even if you could do it from a cost standpoint. Nobody would so if we can take that data and right where it's generated synthesize synthesize it down to the things that you actually care about that back down taking gigabytes in band with sending it down to megabytes all of a sudden you can actually get some real insights on it. You have now huge data set to work with and I think people are understanding that addresses enabling not and so. It's a really good time for us. When you went to co found the company why edge works address the name I love my co-founder pick that one. And so I just think there is why I ask is. I just think it's it's kind of like you know question and answer right to me. Seems like the state of the edge. Right now is like doesn't work like what's like. How can we use it? How you know how is this? GonNa benefit us What does the future look like so I just yeah no I? Just I think it's it's an interesting kind of like microcosm of like people collectively are either waiting holding their breath or trying to figure out how what their strategy is going to be or if they need one or whatever so I think it's. It's topical yeah. I hadn't thought about it that way but I think rob Sue Wright everything you know. Obviously the edge does work. I think you're right that people are hanging back and look Kinda got an edge strategy but I'm starting to see a movement now where we weren't saying that maybe twelve months ago or people are taking the plunge and want to figure out. How do I build this build it internally how to put the Stock Together? Where does this piece fit in with this piece? There are a lot of players in the space now. And that's growing and we're all taking a different piece of evidence it's like cloud computing. You're not gonNA build it all with just one piece. Yeah you're going to bring a lot of these pieces together and a lot of these so when I kind of chuckled. When people are like well how do I know to pick you over that person and I'm like well? We probably want a bit of both right. You want to take their building and take what we're building and now you have like an Im- better solution right you can't you know. Take Care of the cloud Kuban and he's alone but you couldn't do you know you couldn't do all things you can do without it but I think the edge is going to be the same way..

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Australian Open heats up, right in in time for semifinals

WBZ Afternoon News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Australian Open heats up, right in in time for semifinals

"Australian Open semifinals today on the men's side Novak Djokovic defeats Roger Federer he'll take on the winner of Dominic time in Alexander's Farah fan in the women's bracket American Sophia cannon defeats one seat actually Barty and Sophia Halep falls to go are being murdered without finals for the women are on

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USC questioned whether Lori Loughlin's daughters were crew athletes 1 year before college admissions scandal

Doug Stephan

01:23 min | 1 year ago

USC questioned whether Lori Loughlin's daughters were crew athletes 1 year before college admissions scandal

"All these people connected the college admissions scandal being accused of withholding evidence apparently prosecutors found what four hundred eighty emails back and forth they wrote in a court filing that many defendants in the case have yet to turn over discovery evidence including Lori and her husband they you know obviously the daughters were not serious athletes this whole thing yeah the more you think about it the more preposterous it was and how people who should have known better these people are running colleges for god sakes is posed have a brain they never ask questions while you begin dig around it a but people just look the other way because there's money involved its that's just it's simple straightforward bribery as the judge said the defendants to file certain motions to compel and don't agree that the government has yet complied I'm sorry these are the lawyers are saying that the lawyers have accused the federal prosecutors and holding back crucial evidence as well on both sides they're accusing each other of holding back and say come on in it's so obvious what we're now why is this taking so long when the other was of Farah what was the lady's name merry did Macy what's your name the address of Felicity Huffman yeah but that was done and over and finished in the chassis that she pled guilty and that was it so she cut herself a deal there

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"farah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"farah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"I love I love to cook. So those two things exist on Facebook. You can find me Chris faira my page or if you want to join a Vanity Fair as my Facebook group on Instagram and Twitter, I'm at Chris L Farah the Ellis for luxury, and or Lebanese you pick your favorite you. And I share a lot of my life on answer. My like the most young it's by far the best. I think I I make myself do Twitter, but it's not as easy, and he I would love to talk to people leave very excessive. Yes, honeys. Everybody followed, Chris, I love you too. Chris Farrell dot com, and I'll post the time to do comedy. I do stay up all around. Yeah. Love everybody. All my God. Thank you for being here. Thank you all of your tips. Thank you. Sarah. Gms the I'm going to get my new face out because you I'll do it tonight. I'm gonna do my new face. I'm Mike go to the Korean Spall. Oh, please. Tell me if you do I know I'm going to tell you. But I don't want anyone to go with you. I don't want anyone to go. With me. I'm going to do it on my own. Also be very hard for me to hide behind anyone because everyone there is very tiny. And like, I'm a much bigger woman. So you would just you would see me this naked. We're both tall. So. Yeah. We would stick out amongst. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, we would make it work. The course work, and we would make it weird. It wouldn't be weird. We we would look at Johnny. Eisenhower you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And if you want to look at me any other place, I'd be like that's fine too. Yeah. Love it all spreadeagled for you. Can't wait. Thank you. Everybody for listening. I don't ask for tunes of us. I haven't in a while. But I would like to try that. So oh, and I also wanted to say I need to start saying this every every up every single episode natch has an episode guide at Nash dot com. If you go to Nashville dot com, there is an episode guide where every single thing that we've discussed will be linked in listed as well as Christopher YouTube links, everything that we talked about will be there, and that is true for every single episode. So if you ever want to know something if you DMC, I'm not going to answer you I'm sorry. I might even disable my DM's because I never get back to yell and I feel guilty, but I try to be very transparent about that. I just can't get back there. So if you ever need a product wreck, Nash dot com and leave night interview enjoying the show and thank you for listening and over get decree Munich and keep you. Starving. A podcast network.

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"farah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"farah" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"And then I'm there, you know. So that's there or on the Kenya lap and search me Jackie Michelle Johnson. And we all know by now Michelle has one L baby. That's it. That's all. I had to say this episode Superfund for all the honeys out there who've been listening lately and said there have been literally no products mentioned the past few episodes. You know, what babe is the luck of the draw? You never know what's going to come out on natch buke. But this episode has got that for you. We talked Perotti it's Haney so get excited for that. And thanks for listening and enjoy. Natural. Do. Watch butte. Man. I'm creaming Monday. When with you. But when we part a cream it to and no. Due to feeling pain listening to natch Butte. Did you love I find you cry? Like your mother. I'm never been prouder a moment. Welcome to ask. You who? Are you hearing from right now, I'll tell you you're hearing from the BBC talk shock jock. The Queen a crane your husband the most serums of Russia's fringe on the west coast your favorite over thirty ni influenza. Jackie johnson. Welcome to Butte, and I'm very excited about my guest today. My guest today is a very interesting fun person. I cannot wait talk to her about she's a writer comedian and actor pot closer Z A youtuber and a makeup skincare needs to haunt me. Okay. We have been all the hero been talking about makeup. It products for a decade. Yeah. You're. DM's? So we have a lot to talk about her name is Chris Farah excited for you to be here. I'm so fucking pumped down this aisle you on family feud. Oh, yes. She makes around on TV, Honey. She won she books game. Joe's on. Okay. I mean, where do we even begin when get into makeup, skincare and your life? Okay. So I wasn't only child that. I didn't have a mom for a minute, right? My mom was like living off. And my dad was just only too happy to drop me off at the mall in Newport, Beach, and fashion island. He would drop me off a Bloomingdale's, and he got me a credit. So like whatever, but it got me credit card early Bloomingdale, you own your truth this truth. This is my truth. So like started around like thirteen fourteen fifteen I met a like this great guy at Estee Lauder, the counter, and I would go like three times a week after school and stuff like that. You would like put make up on me. And and so that is really what cemented my love of skin care and makeup or whatever. And I got more into skin care. I guess maybe like a decade ago when I realized that I should you know, or maybe like, yeah. So I love everything beauty like I think now we're like now it transited until like wellness and like self care is now like, well, I just do self care. And that just encompasses all of you know, how I feel about myself from the inside. And also how I treat myself how myself on the outside it's all one, and like your personal style is that way too. And so it's all like one big like conglomerate of wellness left. Wti I love it. All I can't get over your snatch us for it. Oh, it is. Honey, I had to like if you know my face in real juice Jackie staring at my forehead is so big. Yes. Look at it. Mommy is a big big. It's like mo- most of my faces my forehead. So unless I'm having banks which I do have right now. I do a little bow talks. I've never done filler, which is fine..

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"farah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"farah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"When it came to this because she says during rehearsals, oh, don't want my titty to get out and the central. That's a good idea saying hundred practices. Don't know. Titties better becoming out this episode on high alert alert alert alert. All right. Well, let let's get into each of these performances, and we will pair discussion of their performance during their respective songs with their looks on the roadway category is elegance after darks everyone gets an opportunity to look nice and Purdy. Let's start with someone who again was the focus of this episode in one way or another Jia gun, all admit cure Brandt. I. A bit surprised GIO was not at least in the bottom. Three. Do you agree? Oh, boy, I think Manila just totally deserved it. In fact, I thought Manila should have been in the bottom two. I think our runway saved her. So Manila and Monique in Farah. So who would we take out? I guess we take out muni. Maybe Monique was the one who didn't really because I thought I'd run. My was great. And I thought her singing was great. I thought her lip sync was great and. She had a little it was a little messy choreography. But I still got a lot of enjoyment out of it. So I I take your point. Like, here's the thing. If geog- gun is safe. She's barely safe. If she's not then I think Monique probably deserved to be saved. Because to me it it it was close. But I, but you know, that's that's that's why repulse there. She gets to make the decisions. Yeah. I mean, it's different when we're not there. But definitely watching the episode. I I liked what MONUC had done, although I could tell from the editing. I was not supposed to like Monica done, right happens. Yeah. Because I was like, oh, I thought that this was fun. And then, you know, not to jump too far ahead. But when she talked about to the judges all of that may have put her in the bottom, but to get by. Yeah. That didn't help. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I could definitely have seen Jia in the bottom three. I think that there was nothing about her performance particularly stood out to me. I mean, she didn't royally mess it up. So that was good. It was solid from that perspective. And I did like her runway. Look, it was a little Barbie for me. But I loved the mermaid cut of the dress and the pink looks gorgeous on her. So I thought that the runway look definitely also fit the theme, which I thought was lovely. Yeah. I think that's the problem is that while maybe a little bit small and boring at times, she didn't screw anything up. There was no problems with any of her performance on the other hand when you look at Monique Manila, and faira you could point to each of them and go, okay. This wasn't working. You had a problem with this? And so that's probably where brew came down on. Yes. So I will give her major kudos for the look if we're talking about the proportion izing of it all I'm actually looking at like, I pause the episode on like her profile and her ass is very cl-. Clearly cut into that dress like she might have had to squeeze herself into that. Because it's so fitting for her size, and I do love that's billowing out in the bottom that you were talking about and the pink on pink of it, all I guess sort of my frustration with her comes from the performance where I think the lyric. I put the l g b is a really fun one everything else. Just kind of generic you know, like everything else was kind of boring except for when she threw shade towards her own teammates by calling them ugly. Hag ze. Yeah. It was great. She ugly. Hag like she's talking about me. Yes. That though it was just like, you know, hey, believe in yourself. You can do it. And then she takes her skirt off. And that's essentially it I know it's a tough job to be the first performer, and this could be a case like Manila that her runway saved her Abid, but element I was not entirely impressed by her lyric. Specifically performance was fine..

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"farah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"farah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So use Farah for free but what. If I want an agent some For a rare August session today trying to finish what needs to. Get done before budget deadlines as fall accelerated bread cavenaugh supreme court confirmation schedule means the judge will continue meeting with senators who must confirm or reject. Him Democrats filing freedom of information request to get cabinet documents that Republicans refuse to request and, the Senate short week will be spend confirming federal judges the rest of the month passing a spending Bill that combines the Pentagon labor education and health.

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"farah" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Andrew farah is the ceo at density andrew welcome to software engineering daily thanks for having me jeff you are solving the problem of measuring occupancy within a building why is this an important problem to solve well we build an anonymous people counter that gets mounted above and entry way kind of like shower head and we essentially get deployed into really large corporate offices so that employees can figure out which rooms are busy in which rooms aren't and so that the buildings can be designed better it turns out that like most buildings have been built on a guess so this is kind of the first time it technologies been cheap enough and smart enough to be able to really understand human behavior within space adding that has some really cool like positive consequences on like the actual design of of space so the business does not know their utilization of space how can that end up costing them money will to put this in perspective in the us there's about eleven billion square feet of leased or owned corporate office and forty two percent of it is vacant but paid for and the initial numbers that we we'd seen were about one hundred thirty two billion dollars on space that's essentially vacant but people are paying for it turns out it's is closer to three hundred billion so i mean it's just a colossal waste of money and the problem isn't that people don't know that they have a problem they know they have a problem the problem is that they don't know which forty two percent so we tell them this problem might sound trivial to people listening like the engineers in the audience which are most of the people in the yards are thinking how hard can it be to just count the number of people that are in a room throughout the day why is this a suddenly hard problem well because people are weird is probably the simplest way to put people in the environments they inhabit are super strange i mean we have seen people so so we use depth data were not like an rgb camera we just see in depth so we can tell gender age ethnicity or anything else sorta anonymous but but people bring stuff with them like we've seen people bring like giant trash cans in the middle of the night they bring plates turns out plates look a lot like human heads they bring strollers and they're on crutches they take phone calls in linger and you actually we saw someone with a mannequin wants that one we actually screwed up we can't count someone carrying a mannequin but the the point the point is that in order to make sense of all of this strange human behavior you actually have to design a system that can collect enough data without invading privacy and then run essentially on board local computer vision and machine learning to determine what is not human just so that you can isolate the subject i mean it is an enormously complex engineering task we've been working on it for three plus years so the problem of counting people your solution involves machine learning involves computer vision and it's the problem statement includes wanting to make this anonymous so you don't wanna just have a video camera and be doing naive computer vision because that's just there are certain circumstances where in fact widespread circumstances where you want to deploy a people counter that is not recording the entirety of video wise privacy so important for the implementation well you're never gonna be able to convince an engineer so k for management to put a camera above an engineer's desk is probably the single biggest reason why our company exists you can't put a camera in a conference room not one that is monitoring how that conference room gets used and that sort of cultural concern for privacy is the reason that you can't put a camera in a financial institution or tech company or a secure engineering lab or cafeteria and as a result you essentially like are running blind your building a building blind in your operating building services for the most part blind based on time schedules as opposed to demand a really good example.

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"farah" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on WTMA

"Was a photograph of a us army officer doing overwatch of a a unit of diplomats who'd come to farah city in twenty ten twenty ten that's the important date and the officer was doing his job on a high on a high on on top of a building looking down on the city and i was struck by the fact that eight years later that officer is somewhere and he's hearing this news that you're reporting about farah city what was he risking his life for what did he commit his men for if eight years later the taliban just stroll through that city we were never in a position to hold onto what we claimed we conquered in twenty in two thousand and two and two thousand and three i mean it really is the question to ask what are we doing enough ghanistan today what what have our efforts of brought us and the real problem here is lack of commitment and a lack of strategy and you know alternately a lack of dealing with pakistan's perfidy in the region and three different presidents all providing answers that have come to this the strolling through farah city yeah no listen it's it's correct john you know we we really have to question our strategy and afghanistan today forest city was eight years ago was the least of the problems inside afghanistan there was an occasional attack there but the taliban had a minimal presence and since the us is turned over the telling me and just lied him just laid low until you us forces the both the us withdrew from.

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"farah" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Was a photograph of a us army officer doing overwatch of a of a unit of diplomats had come to farah city in twenty ten twenty ten that's the important date and the officer was doing his job on a high on a high on top of a building looking down on the city and i was struck by the fact that eight years later that officer is somewhere and he's hearing this news that you're reporting about farah city what was he risking his life for what did he commit his men for if eight years later the taliban just stroll through that city we were never in a position to hold onto what we climbed we conquered in twenty in two thousand and two and two thousand and three i mean it really is the question to ask what are we doing enough ghanistan today what have what have our efforts of brought us and the real problem here is lack of commitment and a lack of strategy and you know a lack of dealing with pakistan's perfidy in the region and three different presidents all providing answers that have come to this the strolling through farah city yeah now listen it's it's correct john and you know we we really have to question our strategy in afghanistan today far city was you know eight years ago was the least of the problems inside afghanistan there was an occasional attack there but the taliban had a minimal presence since the us is turned over the telling me just lied him just laid low until you us forces the both the us forces withdrew from.

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"farah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A state law that requires doctors to inform women seeking abortions of alternatives including adoption and to give these women nonmedical information for instance that the state requires the father of a child to pay child support that's the exact flipside of this case said justice kagan or as justice steven brier put it in law what sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander justice samuel alito a consistent opponent of abortion rights asked if it would be constitutional for the state to require that all clinics prolife prochoice post a full list of options available to pregnant women farah said that too would be unconstitutional a few moments later farah said that unlicensed clinics should not be subject to any disclosure provisions because they don't provide medical procedures sort of my are disputed that she pointed to a website for an unlicensed crisis pregnancy clinic noting that there's a woman on the homepage in a nurse's uniform in front of an ultrasound machine and that the tech says that the clinic will quote educate women about different abortion methods available how asset would this not be perceived as a medical facility farris eventually conceded that some unlicensed antiabortion centers do provide pregnancy tests and ultrasounds but maintained that these are not medical procedures the tone of the argument changed however when justice kennedy post this hypothetical what would happen if an unlicensed center had a billboard that said choose life with they have to disclose that they're unlicensed center yes replied farris adding that the disclosure sentence would have to be in the same font size as choose life and that it would also have to appear as well in other languages that are spoken frequently in that county for kennedy potentially the decisive vote in the case that seemed to close the book it's an undue burden he said and that should suffice to invalidate the statute california deputy solicitor general joshua klein seemed unable to mitigate that concern and soon liberal justices sotomayor kagan and ginsburg also expressed misgivings about the potentially owner chris nature of the laws advertising provision nina totenberg npr news washington.

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"farah" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"When they were young in their twenties i i never really got to see my grandparents very much or know them very well and to see my son and my daughter have such a close relationship with my parents is so heartwarming and you know filled me in a way that i can't imagine and it's it's not even like a second best thing for me it's just it's just wonderful that i have helped when i'm not there that people will step in to help me out when i can't do for my kids on my own it you you have in your notes for us i wanted to share with our listeners one very practical than you even have going on that your your neighbors when their snow days like you guys trade off at the kids moved from house to house so our neighbors i started getting our kids together just based on our kids they would say i would whoa the libyan sally's house to play i wanna go to farah's house to play in so they would just run over to each other's houses and they became friends in so the parents became friends and one thing that i think we started meeting regularly was my son this is a little bit of an aside that leads up to the snow days my son you know he was not interested in reading very much but he's a very social guy in so we started a book club i told my friends it was like hey you guys really wanna get veer into reading so let's pick a book once a month in have the kids read and discuss in we'll have wine in pizza and we started doing that once a month and they love that and vir has become a very good reader but he also looks forward to you know discussing books topics with his friends in then you know after that we started relying on each other more know we would have potlucks in on just.

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"farah" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on KGO 810

"Need to be aware of or what what's like the most important thing to be concerned about if you're going to integrate rescuer and ask pca animal or whatever into a home with existing animals you know and if found capped a question because people do this all the time and i don't think there's just one thing you need to be aware of but you need to be aware that your animals might be jealous and might need some time grading yeah the kind of like kids um and so you need to make sure that you pay enough attention to the animals that you do house so that they can be happy yet be good with the on the new one so that that are comfortable usually you you want to start out especially with a cat you wanna put them in a separate room um and use some rescue remedy rescue remedies great it it just helps everyone to feel better for the new animal and the animals that you already have um for a cats feel away for dogs d a ap which is the appeasing farah mon um you wanna make sure to know about their personality about any aggression at all between any of them and get some help for by uh a certified animal behaviorists let's graded by a thank you for that in they even have the vasts to that you've told me about it to help with the stress so let's go this is a really big one and it's it really happens here john i mean when i first meted out to california i was like way they don't have ticks out in california you know millions of ticks i've been more covered with takes here and i have in the forests of northern minnesota in california walking we have generally its exceeds pacifica which is cares little bit of the lime riot dermot center america canas is hanging around here too which carries rocky about it spotted fever all the fleas ever ketziot disease like crazy there's going to be a typist outbreak you're right thaipusam in southern california soon because the homeless problem now my cell well it now with type thank you dr jasser let type back to the animals.

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"farah" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"For new york city on jonathan farah this is real when i had to the auction block now where we take a trip around the world we begin in asia where 10 said sold five billion dollars of poems its biggest u s dollar offering and the first time is issued deaths is twentyfifty 10 cent drew comparisons to alley baba which so seven billion dollars back in november meanwhile europe monti pass ski received orders for more than triple b subordinated debt it off the world's oldest banks sold more than 900million i little more than a year after imposing losses on 52 billion of julia bones during a government rescue and in the united states they little order restored treasurys 56billion of coupon paring debt was sold this week 30th sorta mound at the highest level since 24 while the 10 year auction was the strongest since twentysix state those treasury auctions come down above wake in that market which saw the 10 year climbed to the highest level in about 10 months but they'll gross janice henderson well hey declared a bombay market 10 year treasuries which are now 255 probably over the year will go to 275 or 280 for a number of fundamental reasons yes that's a bear market but it doesn't really significantly affect total return in a negative way for bond investors that leaves them in my opinion flat for the year 2018 still with me back for morgan stanley misery from v securities of my banana from west that asset management mr hold back your thoughts i mean if zero percent is a bond bear market sign me up i don't think that treasurys i it's hard to draw a.

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"farah" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"farah" Discussed on Trumpcast

"That uh certainly in my experience the the versions of what like a farah violations that go unenforced don't can jewelry walls movements of money of large joe seventy five million dollars and the if you would have had to declare amounts like that what you're the the the avoidance of disclosure is much more significant yes and and among other things you probably wouldn't be plausible to run a presidential campaign and benefits indictment there's a discussion of asset forefeiture as a as a penalty in is in the a money laundering case would that mean what does that means that mean that that benefit and gates might have to just hand all of this money they earned from ukraine over to the government are the general matter we commit crimes joe you tend to forfeit the assets that you used in the commission up those crimes particularly if you know they weren't yours to begin with their supposedly illgotten right and so it's very common in these complex whitecollar cases to have an asset forefeiture provision at the end where you fair and by the way here the here's the the stuff that you never were entitled to own in the first place and we're going to use it as part of this case so was is a final question what's what's the next schumer shoes to drop do you expect more indictments do you expect the negotiations with manafort and gates run this indictment i expect growth um so i think if you're paul manafort it is probably unthinkable that you could let this case go to trial.

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