35 Burst results for "Flora"

"flora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

07:49 min | 4 d ago

"flora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Right, doctor Anthony Milton, thank you so much for coming on the podcast. I will admit this is round two, our attempt, unfortunately, technology being what it is through us a little bit of a roadblock and you're an amazing sport for wanting to do this again. But welcome to the podcast. For those of you that haven't heard the nonexistent file recorded before, how about we start off with an introduction? Tell us a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Well, thank you for having me on again. My name is Anthony Milton. I'm a postdoc at Boise state university. Currently, I am working on genomics of adaptation in Artemisia Triton based in dick sage brush. So I'm broadly an evolutionary biologist interested in plants and how they've adapted them pretty much just gotten to where they are. Excellent. So many great things combined into one and I'm always prefacing these genetic talks with the fact that I'm a complete novice. So if these questions seem a little shallow, I apologize, but what got you interested in evolutionary biology and was it always kind of centered around plants or did plants just offer a unique system of fun system to start asking really big science questions? Yeah, so I don't remember exactly what got me into evolutionary biology specifically. That's just something that I've always kind of been interested in. And then the plants happens pretty much when I started grad school. So I didn't really know anything about plants until my very last semester of undergrad. Nice. And then I was in a plant lab for my master's degree. And it's been plants pretty much ever ever since. I found out that plants are really cool. They do weird things. And it's just a really interesting system to work with. Awesome. And indeed, from an ecology perspective, I can certainly agree with the plants do weird things, but from the little hints and pieces I get from other people doing related genetic evolutionary work with plants. It sounds like plants do things that not even animals do when it comes to evolution. There's a lot of weird stuff going on. We don't have to go into major detail, but is that true? Am I assuming right? Yeah, I think so. I'm sure there are plenty of animals that do. Weird things, but plants love to hybridize. There's tons of polyploidy in plants, which lead to all sorts of really neat evolutionary innovations. I know there's polyploid animals too, but I don't think it's quite as common animals. Right. And I've gotten those emails correcting me that they do exist, but they are exceptions to the rule that polyploidy generally doesn't work once you get into the animal realm. But yeah, there's so many different chunks you can carve off and already as you hinted at where you're at right now is almost in a big way kind of different from where you began your doctor at work, which is really what connected us in the first place. And so you study this thing that has fascinated me for a long time, but you drill into it in a way that helps it make sense in a bigger picture deep time sort of way. And that is the eastern North America eastern Asia floristic just disjunction. I almost got through that floristic, disjunction. What is that and what attracted you to that in the first place? Yeah. So the first junction is really neat. So eastern Asia and eastern North America, the floor of these two regions are actually more similar to each other than they are to neighboring regions. So I'm here in Boise Idaho right now in western U.S., which is politically distinct from eastern North America. I grew up in Alabama and lived in Florida while I was working on my PhD. The flora between these two regions are really, really different. Like when I was moving out to Boise, I remember I got to a certain point on the drive where I just recognized almost nothing. But in East Asia, so there's actually a lot of shared genera and so a few dozen general that actually occur only within these two regions, which is something that's really, really neat. And that's the whole idea behind a disjunction of any type, obviously we're talking plants here, but it's just a shared flora separated by some distance. In those cases, oceans and continents worth of a distance. Very strongly. And where do you begin as an evolutionary biologist to try to understand this? We'll get into sort of the reasons why in some of the hypotheses as to how it came to be. But where do you start to carve out an understanding of a shared flora separated by thousands of miles? Yeah, luckily for me, this is something that's been of interest to biogeographers and biologists for a really long time. There's been a lot of work documenting the species that occur in the two regions. And the similarities between the two flora have been noted for a really long time. So for someone like me, who's sorry early in my career stating this stuff. I have a lot to build on. And so, of course, after a taxonomy floristic stuff like that, getting into some of the biogeographic processes that may have put these sister species or sisters clades in almost opposite size planet. Those kind of processes. I think, next big step for really understanding what's going on here. Right. And so you can operate under the assumption that if we're sharing genera and an entire clades of organisms that aren't shared even with neighboring regions of our continent, you get this idea that at least at one point these areas were connected. But the pattern that I've at least kind of gotten a hint of between this disjunction is that here in North America we may have maybe one or two representatives of a genus. Then you go over to Asia in places like areas of eastern China and suddenly you have ten representatives of that genius. Is that a pattern that kind of holds true throughout a lot of the lineages? I mean, obviously there's exceptions to every rule, but kind of generalizable. Yeah, so in general there's number one just more species in East Asia, it's a much more species rich region, I think there's about 1.5 or 1.6 times as many plant species in eastern Asia at the eastern North America. And then when you have genus that's disjunct between the two regions, it tends to be more species rich in East Asia. Okay. And obviously there's a million different ways you can try to understand that. But you took sort of the genetic evolutionary route. And did you look at any specific genera? Was it sort of a broad spectrum of groups that you pulled into to start doing this work? Yeah, so we focused a lot on species pairs because that's a really simple comparison you have. Two species. So just directly compare one to the other. And then for the genera, we had just a few genera that we were able to get samples for and actually have a well resolved phylogeny too. Because that's something that I think is really important when you're looking into any sort of process, whether it's like biogeography, molecular evolution, whatever. You have to understand the relationships of the species you're interested in. Yeah, so that one always gets me because it's easy for a novice such as myself to assume, oh, we figured it out. We have a perfect family tree, but that really isn't the case, especially for a lot of I would say more obscure plant groups, which oftentimes, if you're doing wild species, that tends to be the case. Is there pretty obscure? Yeah, and so I mean, like you said, we have a pretty good understanding of family level, phylogeny. Bones, you get down into the genera and species level relationships..

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Prosperity

Bald and Blonde

04:40 min | 2 months ago

Prosperity

"Let me ask you. What is your definition of prosperity. While i would think of the word prosperous as its reach and then think about what that means to me and to me. That means you're doing well. There's an abundance this. A positive ity is success around what you're doing and whatever it is undertaking. I think that's what it would mean to me. Thank you so much for sharing. i agree with you. I believe that there's one more aspect where we can see prosperity. And that is in life. Overall when we look the prosperous flora and fauna meaning the animal world and the growth of plants and flowers and algae. It is just so amazingly prosperous when we just start looking. It is even when you take a piece of sand and put it under a microscope. Then you see so many facets or when you look at the crystal as it's growing it's prospering now. Ideas can prosper. To creativity can prosper. Now another aspect is ourselves so many cells are dying billions of cells in our bodies. Every single day are dying and we're building new ones that's prosperous so when we become so aware of that level of prosperity then we can realize that we are not even off off prosperity but we are prosperous. Only because mainstream media tells us. Oh you're real guy when you don't use this particular play to shave or the woman who does not wear specific shoes because otherwise she's not feminine enough. That's really all illusion When we start focusing on how prosperous we already are. And i'm not even going to the basic look at oxygen. Have you ever wondered. I wonder where my next breath comes from. Probably not and they'll always was much much more so unless you diving and free diving for example because then you really need to measure the volume in your lungs so how much oxygen you had then let it slowly out. The deep adieu go so prosperity is all around us and it is really a disbelief. I believe to focus solely on one angle of prosperity and that would be the zeros behind a number on your bank account unless they're read because then you don't worn all these zeros again. It's very important that we define it so prosperity. When i look at you you're prosperous loc- you can talk. You can walk. You can think you can smile all the muscles you have in your face that make you smile. The blinking of your is That grin that cute little. I don't even know how you call those these little bumps in words. I don't know how you call them. Tim posey saiga have deposed. Yes so imagine having these dimples what prosperity. That is your fingers how they're moving. They can switch on and off recording buttons and put up and down. The headphones plugged in and out the microphone. That's prosperity we just have learned prosperity. I believe in a very limiting shape and form. You're absolutely right. I think that we probably auctioning. Paik was is right now with this conversation. Because that's how on feeling we've been trained through Current social systems. She believe prosperity only means money. And that shut down all of these other facets of so important to have this conversation and bring to people's awareness. What prosperity really is so that they can embrace it and feel it and it will on it sign. I think when you do embrace this come ass in every facet including the money like. That's the other side. I think if we can embrace it holy in every piece of allies then. The positive outcomes are

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Prosperity - burst 3

Bald and Blonde

04:08 min | 2 months ago

Prosperity - burst 3

"I believe that there's one more aspect where we can see prosperity. And that is in life. Overall when we look the prosperous flora and fauna meaning the animal world and the growth of plants and flowers and algae. It is just so amazingly prosperous when we just start looking. It is even when you take a piece of sand and put it under a microscope. Then you see so many facets or when you look at the crystal as it's growing it's prospering now. Ideas can prosper. To creativity can prosper. Now another aspect is ourselves so many cells are dying billions of cells in our bodies. Every single day are dying and we're building new ones that's prosperous so when we become so aware of that level of prosperity then we can realize that we are not even off off prosperity but we are prosperous. Only because mainstream media tells us. Oh you're real guy when you don't use this particular play to shave or the woman who does not wear specific shoes because otherwise she's not feminine enough. That's really all illusion When we start focusing on how prosperous we already are. And i'm not even going to the basic look at oxygen. Have you ever wondered. I wonder where my next breath comes from. Probably not and they'll always was much much more so unless you diving and free diving for example because then you really need to measure the volume in your lungs so how much oxygen you had then let it slowly out. The deep adieu go so prosperity is all around us and it is really a disbelief. I believe to focus solely on one angle of prosperity and that would be the zeros behind a number on your bank account unless they're read because then you don't worn all these zeros again. It's very important that we define it so prosperity. When i look at you you're prosperous loc- you can talk. You can walk. You can think you can smile all the muscles you have in your face that make you smile. The blinking of your is That grin that cute little. I don't even know how you call those these little bumps in words. I don't know how you call them. Tim posey saiga have deposed. Yes so imagine having these dimples what prosperity. That is your fingers how they're moving. They can switch on and off recording buttons and put up and down. The headphones plugged in and out the microphone. That's prosperity we just have learned prosperity. I believe in a very limiting shape and form. You're absolutely right. I think that we probably auctioning. Paik was is right now with this conversation. Because that's how on feeling we've been trained through Current social systems. She believe prosperity only means money. And that shut down all of these other facets of so important to have this conversation and bring to people's awareness. What prosperity really is so that they can embrace it and feel it and it will on it sign. I think when you do embrace this come ass in every facet including the money like. That's the other side. I think if we can embrace it holy in every piece of allies then. The positive outcomes are

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Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue

The Phinsider

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue

"Breaking news out of miami gardens. The miami dolphins will be without wide receiver willful or for sunday's matchup versus the buffalo bills. The team is calling it. A personal issue and brian flora's even when as far to say there was a possibility for may not suit up the rest of the season. Obviously a lot of unknowns. But what were your thoughts. Jake when you first heard this friday afternoon. Josh first and foremost i mean the seed blake first weekend forever where the dolphins were gonna have a completely clean injury report willful or was the only one who wasn't listed as a full participant in practice on both thursday and friday. But just i do have to say. I think we're kind of over-reacting about this. A little bit will fuller was in the building wednesday. I believe he was actually in the building thursday as well. I'm concerned for some things are bigger than football. I don't necessarily know. I mean ryan floors declined to say preston. Williams who is fully active is going to be playing on sunday. So i think that's more displays being bryant floors as much as odd. This is something that's gonna completely ruin season. I hope that isn't the case. I hope everything is all right for him and you know. We can't really speculate on too much by terms of what's happening on the field. It's gotta be a little disappointing to not see him out

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Dolphin's Coach Brian Flores: We Want Players With 'High Character' on the Team

Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Dolphin's Coach Brian Flores: We Want Players With 'High Character' on the Team

"Is from a threat over the weekend from charles robinson who said sources telling yahoo sports. The dolphins have emerged as the front runner in trade. Discussions with texans quarterback shawn watson. The texans are seeking three first round picks in two second round picks in negotiations according to a team that dropped out of the trade talks robinson saying sources the panthers broncos and eagles also in some element of trade considerations. Watson's contractual right to approve. The trade destination was signed off on by a houston ownership in his last extension has weighed heavily in the trade opportunities. Sources said that teams have angled for pick protections in any trade to mitigate a potential nfl suspension or criminal prosecution tied to ongoing investigations by the fbi harris county prosecutor and houston pd into sexual assault allegations from multiple women. Now this tweet is in direct retaliation or a result of what was said publicly by the dolphins and brian florez when he was asked yesterday about the trade speculation for dishonor watson and brian. Flora's said quote that they are only interested in high character. players floors. Didn't specifically talk about watson but discuss the dolphins philosophy and acquiring players who need a fresh start. Flora's said quote. There are a lot of things way when we're making decisions fit on the team overall talent salary cap when we're talking about a player or players were always trying to do. What's best for the miami dolphins. There are a lot of variables we want. We want a group that is tough. Smart competitive loves to play in his team. I those other types of guys we're looking for. We have a high standard for the people we have in the organization. We want people with high character throughout the building.

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GANs in Finance

Data Skeptic

02:10 min | 5 months ago

GANs in Finance

"My name is florian. italy. I'm a recent graduate of the university of applied scientists in the field of engineering and management with specialization on industrial engineering for listeners. Who aren't familiar. Could you share a general definition of what is industrial engineering well. Industrial engineering applies to often optimizing in trying to improve on industrial processes of various nature. So it's actually an umbrella term for a lot of stuff well. I'm a little bit surprised that someone with an industrial engineering background would know about generative adversarial. Networks it's a very contemporary new idea in computer science. What about your background. Got you some exposure to this topic. Flora graduating at jeet. Some projects on time series. So i ended up being very interested in financial time series and that kind of stuff so when it was time to do my bachelor thesis i actually migrated to a more of a financial mathematics fields in my university. Although my titled will still be industrial engineer engineer. I think my work gravitated towards more of a quantitative finance field in my exposure to quantitative finance. I've always found it to be a very numerical heavy computation. Heavy stats driven. Approach that those are the methodologies that get picked not so much machine learning although that's been transitioning what's your perception of the field and its adoption of machine learning techniques. How far has the pendulum swung the other direction. Well what i see is right now. That's a lot of new firms and you if it's a hedge funds are new. Research teams inside of peak. Financial establishments are moving faster towards is new type of modeling. But i would say yeah. Historically banking as finance hasn't been exactly as machine learning focused as it is now or as it starting to be. But i would say that depends Probably have swung. Based on increasing computational power and the improvement of this kind of machine learning methods overall elsie

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Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 5 months ago

Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Why DACA Is Unconstitutional

"Talk about daca. Yeah what has to be done with this because this that was that was literally on concentrated. This circuit is says it's illegal constitutional so we need to follow the fifth circuit court citizen constitutional and get rid of dhaka right. But here's here's marcy. Just actually penned an unconstitutional correct policy. That's correct was unconscious illegal. And we've been saying that finally circuit said so the last thing that's really really critical is what's called the episode the floor settlement agreement. That's his lower levels blame. The flora shows four settlement agreement. Says that if you're unaccompanied minor family the border patrol digest. We can't keep it for more than twenty days and we told them in the core proceedings. That's crazy. It takes a minimum of sixty to ninety days to get through immigration. Hearing for those that are in custody which says we'll be priority and the judge said. Don't care twenty days bo catch and release began. That's what began. Mpp got rid of that. So look you gotta do address. Tv pra address credible. Fear reinstitute get rid of an address the four settlement agreement so we can detain piano in one bill. One bill one bill. And the last thing i have to say because i have to say this for my brothers and sisters is detention. Detentions blaine look. We have to have a system of consequences. We can't allow people to come here legally and then there's no consequences. We have shown that if you detained somebody while you're going through immigration proceedings. One is guess what once they find out that they're claim valid yet to get them right because you have them right. But here's what you see the phenomenon. Will you start doing that. Guess what happens to the numbers. I would imagine they plummet exactly anytime you play consequences or you show them that. You're not going to be released into the country. The numbers down

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Flora Duffy Wins Bermuda’s First Ever Olympic Gold

BBC Newsday

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Flora Duffy Wins Bermuda’s First Ever Olympic Gold

"Ever Olympic gold medal. Flora Duffy made history with victory in the women's triathlon in Tokyo. The tiny island in the north Atlantic with about 64,000 people, is the smallest country in terms of population to win top honors at the Summer Games. BBC news

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What's Causing Your Swarming Summer Allergies

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

02:17 min | 8 months ago

What's Causing Your Swarming Summer Allergies

"Dr lewis. Can you tell us why allergies or here. Why are people having runny snotty sneezing snorting things happening to them. I don't have a clue. But i can tell you. Some of the root causes in the pray people can figure it out. Yesterday is doing a consultation with katharina. And she's very interesting lady and she was talking about the different immunoglobulins and she's asking some incredibly brilliant questions. she's very very educated and she was talking about the immunoglobulin a g e etc etc. And she says well how come this. How come i said. Let's let's boil it down. Because i'm good at that for example What happens is and we'll talk about all kinds of things coz normally do Most of the time. It's microbiome induced inflammation. That means you have a gut flora. That's not what it should be and it can to a very large degree disrupt your metabolism which can cause weight gain folks if you're five ten pounds overweight or more you have despite houses. Gut inflammation The tendency toward well allergies if nothing else are histamine reactions or asada kane storm and what happens is and she was asking. Well why do we have this The problem is it's normal for the nutrients as you digest to pass through the line of your intestinal wall and that's called epithelium But what happens is we have most of us have low stomach acid not enough digestive enzymes because of the interference with the heavy metals and plastics and pesticides. So we don't get Complete digestion then. The partially digested food. What happens is it seeps through the epithelium and since it's only partially digested it's a molecule that your immune system doesn't recognize and so it starts putting out antibodies or immunoglobulins against this and it it detects it so to speak as an intruder And thinks it's toxic and baiter and that's where the antibodies come

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How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

"I was just handling embryos relatives. The silver sword right before you cooked in here. That's awesome up. Yeah we're growing up a lot of california tara weeds right now. I you know mixed study very cool. In gel culture or caesar disturbed just see germination. But sometimes you need to be coaxed. Out of their seeds yet has done with sections under dissecting scope pretty small and you have to get all the memories off around them to get you know all of the cowesett or whatever away from them. That's when preventing them from germany and some dormancy and some of them. I was just gonna say they have some pretty big preventative. Measures there. then Yeah you know. It's a mediterranean climate. in pretty. You know they have some significant accused that they need to notify. Germinate right on right So yeah you you you you ready. Sure okay dr bruce baldwin. It is an honor to have you on the podcast. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Yeah thanks a lot. I really appreciate being on your show. Yeah so i'm a professor. Integrative biology at berkeley and curator the jackson barium here which is a museum focused on the california flora in particular the native and naturalized flora. I also have interests in the hawaiian flora primarily focused around those lineages that have a western north american origin originally so yeah it all ties together even though it might seem a little strange repel foreign. Hawaiian focused exciting. Yeah and i've been doing this since. Nineteen eighty five since i started. My phd davis. I've been really fortunate to be able to continue working on the floor sticks and plant evolution for all this

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Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body

"College student Kristin Smart have sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago. The lawsuit says smarts body was buried in Ruben Flores, his backyard and that he moved it under cover of darkness to another location after investigators searched his property in February of 2020. That mirrors claims made by prosecutors this week when they charged Reuben Flora's with being an accessory after the alleged murder. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $50,000 bail. Son, Paul Flores is being held without bail. He's accused of sexually assaulting and murdering smart in 1996 on the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus, where both were freshmen. Lawsuit against Ruben Flores seeks damages for intentionally causing emotional distress by helping his son cover up the crime. It says Flora's God help moving the body from two unnamed accomplices who will later be added as defendants in the case.

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2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

"In California say missing college student Kristin Smart was killed during an attempted rape by a fellow student, and that the suspect's father helped hide the body. Paul Flores is now 44. His father were arrested yesterday. Smart was last seen while heading back to a dorm account. Polly after leaving a party in 1996, prosecutors now say she was inebriated that Flora's had offered to walk her home.

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'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 10 months ago

'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance

"A man who attended Cal Poly university in the nineteen nineties has been arrested in connection with the murder of a female student who vanished nearly twenty five years ago the sheriff in San Luis Obispo county California says they've considered forty four year old Paul flora's likely to be the suspect for years he was the last person seen with Kristen smart when she disappeared in nineteen ninety six returning to her dorm from a party announcing on K. E. Y. T. T. V. the rest of Paul Flores for the murder of Kristen smart and the rest of his father Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder sheriff Ian Parkinson says they've executed dozens of search warrants in recent years and now have evidence linking the suspect to Kristin smart he vows they will continue to search for her remains we are not going to stop until Kristen has been recovered police say new witnesses came forward in the case after hearing about the podcast your own backyard I'm Jackie Quinn

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2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

"Arrests have been made in connection with the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart Cave be Kay's Jensen. Reiter has the latest nearly 25 years later in murder charges are finally being brought against the main suspect in the Kristin Smart case. I'm here this afternoon to announce the rest of Paul Floors. The murder of Kristen Smart and the rest of his father, Ruben Flora's as an accessory to the murder. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff in Parkinson made the announcement from the Cal Poly campus, not providing any details as to what evidence finally led to those arrests. And this is probably a question I will answer at this point. That we have not recovered Kristen. We will continue to focus on finding her remains regardless of any court

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Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

The John Phillips Show

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart

"Time person of interest in the 1996 disappearance of his former Cal Poly San Luis Obispo classmate, Kristin Smart. His father was also arrested. Paul Flora's long described as a prime suspect by authorities was taken into custody and San Pedro by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's officials. His attorney confirmed he was informed of his client's arrest, but said he had no further comment. California is now pausing the Johnson and Johnson

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Minneapolis reaches $27M settlement with Floyd family

Joe Pags

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Minneapolis reaches $27M settlement with Floyd family

"With the family of George Floyd. It is my great honor to announce George Flora's family legal team and the city of Minneapolis. And it's Leaders have sell the civil lawsuit in the death of George Floyd Floyd Family Attorney Benjamin Crump confirmed the amount today and thanks city officials for their continued commitment to Social Justice. Airlines. Air warning flights may be delayed or canceled in

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Florida reports 7,100 new COVID-19 cases, 127 more resident deaths Wednesday

Todd Schnitt

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Florida reports 7,100 new COVID-19 cases, 127 more resident deaths Wednesday

"Wednesday. 7100 new coronavirus cases Along with 127 recent resident deaths. The median age for covert 19 in the state of Florida is now 38 governor to Satis says nearly half of all flora seniors have received at least one dose of the covert vaccine, he says. More than two million of the 4.5 million people aged 65 over have gotten a shot. Brevard County Sheriff Wayne

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Take a Trip To the Island of Crete

Travel with Rick Steves

04:33 min | 11 months ago

Take a Trip To the Island of Crete

"Let's start today's show with a look at what you can find when you visit the largest of the greek islands crete. It's where the earliest advanced civilizations in europe were found more than four thousand years ago. We're joined by greek travel. Experts david and anastacia guy tanu. Our conversation was recorded prior to the covid. Pandemic closures david. How're cretans. The people who live on crete different from greeks and their outlook. I don't think there's a proud of person to be found in greece than creighton. Credence are extremely proud of their long history. There island and they're wonderful food. The people from crete really see themselves as being a little bit different to the people from the greek mainland anesthesia. When you think of the pride of crete people and the traditions. How does that survive in their dress. In the way the look when we travel there you can find that still worn by older people in the largest cities bad. You find it definitely in out in the country and in small villages and the further up you go on the mountains the more you find that and you have this. Very particular scoff. That they were on their head. It's black of course and usually there is also big moustache underneath definitely because that's Masculine thing and they have a black shirt in. They have brown trousers. That up. The very distinct and to create and usually black boots and i was struck when i went to crete that these traditions survive more there than elsewhere in europe. I mean everything's becoming modern in the same issue travel around more and more but increased. You do find those traditions alive David i was an increase just last june and having been there for a while i was wondering with ride. See some of these things like the old britches and the long boots and the the coach but to my great surprise they have not disappeared in fact they've now become trendy and symbols for the young symbols for the young. Would that be. Is that sort of an expression of independence. I think it's because they see themselves different and they wanted to let people know that they're proud of their traditions. There's lot of guns returned. There used to be synonymous with crate guns. But you see less of these days although when you go walking plenty of cartridges from the hunting season is that right what would they be hunting farm firm and anything that moves birds. Rabbits has if you're an athens. How easy is it to get down to create. It couldn't be more simple because there's Boats that do the trip overnight. And there's lots of lights with a gna so let's see you got five days crete. What would you do david. If you're helping me plan my very if going have five days. I would stick to the north and i would stick to iraq leo which is the capital and access point fo the famous minoan palace of knossos. And then i would go across honey. Which is the second city on crete. And it's just a beautiful Old venetian city from honey. Can't you go up to the top of the mountain in hike down the gorge of samaria. Have you ever had that. yes i have. what's it like. well you have a very long descend and the beginning. It's in kilometers about four kilometers to go down. You just go down a winding backing back inbound down and then you move through the gorge. But they're really beautiful spots at that gorge in you meet people. There are people there. There is once goal the gate in the result shepherd they who knows of course every guide and every person who goes often through that gorge unusually. He has cheese. And if you know you can well he can bring some other stuff out as well and you see. Also a lot of the very unique flora and fauna of crete and the. Raise your liking usually. You're uc wild ibex. That they have their only on crete and has a very funny name. Actually it's called click critically. Can i xe david. If i remember correctly the tourist generally catch a minibus or something up for the almost like at sunrise and then they walk switch backing down then. They have a long hike along the river with little places to swim along the way they reach a very very narrow part in the gorge where you can almost stretch your arms out and touch either of the sheer cliffs and then at the bottom you have a beautiful remote beach and boat waiting to take you to the next town from where you catch the shuttle bus back to your home. Base is still basically the routine that is still the routine la. They have come up with an alternative for the lazy person who does not want to do the whole walk. You can take a boat to. I think it's really the base of the gorge and you can do what they say. The gorge short way. When you simply walk up to the iron gates and walk back again undone to all the other stuff okay. So there is for the quick tourist and for the person wants to spend a little more

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Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold off Green Bay Packers to punch Super Bowl ticket

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold off Green Bay Packers to punch Super Bowl ticket

"In credit George Wallace and now for the field goals already no more field goals. That's right, especially when you're down by a number of points need to score touchdowns. Yeah, Madam Flora's gonna be hearing that for quite some time. Aziz Green Bay falls to Tampa Bay. Of course, Going to the Super Bowl will play at home home team for the first time, and Patrick Holmes, the Kansas City Chiefs going back looking for a chance to repeat how about this guy's Patrick Mahomes was in kindergarten. When Tom Brady won his first Super Bowl time Ray's gonna hear a lot of those things I think over the next couple of weeks as they get set to face off in two weeks in Tampa, Aaron Rodgers, one of the next big question marks for him. He says he doesn't know what's next for him. And for the

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"flora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"But you know they. Scientific metal is the same as a paleo balkans. What are the questions we want answered. My number one thing about being available botanist is fuel work. The most fascinating part. Now i could tell you stories all day collecting also but that is what is so exciting is beginning to feel and all these things and splitting that you know that to me is what is ultimately when i split iraq is the first human to see these lead for the first time you know by breathe again or like you know that that to me is is might not be one thing but then of course the research questions and the papers golden <unk>. Outreach and mentoring students come with <hes>. so i was really cumulated in all. It took me years to learn about kony for city although seat plants but the question is why do we have this diversity today. What happened to all these groups of plans that when stink <hes>. Why did they stink. And ultimately how can use fossils ones that have been working from goalie. I grew relationship between seed plants. So that's one of the major questions that we're trying to answer these projects and once again. It's a lucky to be at a place where no one has ever been before. And now when i was invited to be part of this project computer collected several samples and some fossils that are so strange that years literally to figure it out wear and we were like know what it is. A spot of the party is also challenging. You know when you find something new when we still have many fossils from golden <unk>. Grits specimens

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"flora" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"They will not have to wrestle with that age old question. Paper or plastic Along now, in effect prohibits grocery stores and many other retailers from providing single use plastic bags. At the point of sale. Customers will be forced to rely on paper bags, pay at the checkout for thicker, reusable plastic bags or bring their own bags with. Um The new law is aimed at reducing plastic pollution along roads and waterways. But It's unclear how effective it will be. John Scott reporting. The national title game said with Alabama to take on Ohio State, the tide crushed 131 14. The other semifinal went the Buckeyes 49 28 over Clemson. Office coach Brian Flora's expressed optimism about the likelihood quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick Corona virus infection isn't isolated case within the team. It's Patrick went on the reserve coded List Thursday, is expected to miss the regular season finale. This is town. All that calm. Hey, this is Ben Shapiro. And my show is the fastest growing conservative talk show and podcast in America. Our show is fast moving, hilarious, hard hitting and comprehensive. We bring you all the news you need and all that deep background information You want to properly understand the news, and we're not afraid to ruffle feathers. Along the way we'll fight corruption and character assassination laugh. It's stupid it together because there's always enough stupidity to go around. And most of all, I will fight for facts. Tune into the bench. Shapiro Show every day afternoons at five and evenings at nine with special airings Wednesdays at 4 P.m. beginning January. 4th on Am 9 70 the answer. We said we wanted change. We marched We organized. We voted. But apparently they didn't hear us. Now it's time to make ourselves loud and clear. Our vote is our voice, and we're still speaking vote early for Democrats in the January 5th election. Let's get the change. We need visit. I will vote dot com to make a plan to vote paid for by the DSCC DSCC that organ not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager.

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"flora" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"With a a used plastic bag, a recycled plastic place and for twenty four hours I want you to put every bit of waste that you generate end that. And that can be if you get A. Cup of coffee I want your stir your Coffee Cup everything that you would otherwise not recycle. You can get a by if you're going to recycle some material but food scraps everything just in twenty four hour. Or just look at the amount of waste that you generate and then ask yourself is this really sustainable is this what I want my legacy to be for tons of garbage that I could have either recycled or reused or not bought in the first place. So in if it's too. Uncomfortable to put that on your dining room table where you will not see it than at least how a separate. Bag or box that you collect your waist for one day and bring home whatever it is at the office or anything else that you generated all has to go in one basket. And that ask yourself.

"flora" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Like to call him Flora dopes. There's plenty to choose from, and this one was really local. Yeah, A guy on the turnpike in Boynton Beach ran into traffic jumped on top of the front of a semi semi try to shake and videos wild. On our Facebook page. Just another Is always funny. An ocean ridge when you're listening to one of 79 Okay, now I've really had it. I'm gonna revolt now what Entire country of Spain has banned the songs. We, Caroline. Why it spreads Verona. How singalongs in crowds. I guess I don't know. Anybody tell Neil Diamond. Give a little get a little bit too. Give a little give a little bit too. So much so Give a little bit Give up. See Couple of pieces of good news. Jen Sonny, one of 79 We just came off a relatively wind free weekend. It was another awesome eighties weekend. We got theeighties today. Coming up. Yeah, and then we do it again tonight another hour of 80 starting at eight PM sunny..

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"flora" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on The Plant Path

"Hey everybody say John Popham. Here founded the school of Evolutionary herbalism, and it's QNA day today and. This week's question that I wanted to share with you all is. Is a very interesting question that comes up from time to time in regards to weather and herb can actually work like an antibiotic and possible benefits and possible risks. and terms of using herbs to treat pathogenic infections, and I think this is pretty relevant topic these days as we are in the midst of the whole Covid, nineteen situation and I'm seeing more and more people reaching out. To plants as ways of strengthening your immune system and wanting to look at antiviral antibacterial herbs, and how to protect themselves and their family. But as most of US know. Standard, antibiotics can have pretty detrimental effects on the body specifically in regards to the Gut Flora so in this week's Cuna. We're GONNA be talking about <hes> antiseptic antimicrobial plants, and they're kind of weighing their benefits and risks, and also kind of a what I think is a really excellent discussion in terms of the difference between how an herbal medicine works in the human organism in contrast to how a lot of pharmaceutical medications, specifically antibiotics work in the human organism. So I hope you enjoy the question answer for this week I question number one here is. Coming to us from Sharing Lemay and Materia Medica monthly. And Sharon his asking since Lemay kills off micro-organisms, is there a danger? It will destroy our gut flora the same way an antibiotic would especially if we drink it as a tea. Does using the tincture, keep it in the respiratory system, so it never gets down into the gut in any meaningful strength, so when used for a cold slash flu situation, the Gut Flora are not impacted, although since also affects the urinary tract. It seems its powers. Go throughout the body, so I'm just wondering if we are nuking. Gut Flora with Lemay mation great question Sharon. This is actually. This question brings up some really interesting dynamics. I think in the way that we think about how an herbal medicine works in contrast to how drugs work right. So this is a question that I actually quite a bit not just around lamasion, but around other herbs to especially see this one a lot with a lot of the. In containing plants. High drastic candidate insists golden seal. Mahoney Aquaphor Liam. Grape a cop, this or gold thread. Really any plant that you look it up in your book and you see. Anti Microbial. Antibacterial Oh. Is this going to adversely affect the Gut Flora? Generally speaking, I think the best answer to that question is for the most no. Obviously I don't really know if there's been a whole lot of scientific research where they measured someone's Gut, Flora. And then they took you know some of these whole plants. Or tinctures teas of these plants, and then measured it again and found that they were adversely affected. I'm not sure if that exists but from a clinical perspective. Through utilizing these remedies, we don't really see any of the. After effects that are pretty common. From as Sharon said, nuking the Gut Flora with an antibiotic right, which be off. Fatigue or post antibiotic use. Digestive imbalances. It's really common these days for. People to have digestive symptoms, digestive issues, and when we really do some digging in to the case and figure out we'll. When did it start a lot of times? You can trace it back to a time when that person was put on around of antibiotics, so it's really common. I've used a lot of verbs that are typically considered anti microbial antibacterial herbs and haven't seen anything that would indicate that it's adversely affecting the gut flora, and especially in the case with limitation. This is not something that I've seen. One study that was done. On a burberry isolate right so this would be isolated. An isolated alkaloid right Bergreen the. Famous alkaloid that we find in Goldenseal and Oregon grape grapefruit that has been demonstrated to have very strong antibacterial property. burberry isolate was administered to people in doses. I would say higher than you're going to probably be able to get from taking capsules or drinking, tea, or taking a tincture and. There was no. Signs of any type of Gut Flora imbalance, and that was actually a study that was done where they measured the Gut Flora, and after a period of time of administering pure burberry alkaloids, they did not see adversely affecting the gut flora

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"flora" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Art Everyone. I'm here with flora. TASSEZ flora is head of computer, vision and AI research at stream accompany that she joined through the acquisition of another company which she co founded Salerio. Flora welcome to the trauma. Is podcasts Jake you sound sufficient to the thanks for the right Lahser to have you on the show and I'm really looking forward to digging into your <hes> recent CV, PR, presentation you did a keynote at the a are VR workshop. I was to see that. There is enough happening at the intersection of AR, VR and machine learnings <hes>. A workshop at CPR on that topic. Don's happening. This is happening. That's face. Sabatini could smoke shop. Yeah, well, you can tell us all about that, but before you do <hes>, please share a little bit about your background and how you got started and computer vision how you came to found scenario. Stream <hes> love to hear all of it. That's like that. That would be a long story, but I'll try to shut down. So I was born in raise in Cameroon, so Cameroon is in this central is in central Africa and what we saw in the city of Wella, and so I was raised in day. Fred, picking politic country, so you might notice that for my accent. Some French in the and. Yeah so from a very early age, I was very much into special effects in movies and <hes> more precisely, Jurassic Park so I was a big fan of the of the movies because of the Daniels. Our seed that disclosed TV steering into dinosaurs and wondering. How can it be like? Why is it so real and I? Asked my dad like. How can they make these extinct creatures look so stick, and then he said Graphics Sack Okay Yeah? That's what I'm GONNA do. That's. My perfect dream you know making the impossible become possible. So fast forward. A few years I did my bachelor mats in the English, speaking parts had to learn English English and then move <hes> and did Matt's because I couldn't. They had no causing computer science, so then move out of the country to Africa where I did a master in in Cape Town. In South Africa. Yup was amazing. I recommend. Is a great vacations. And I did my Masters Dad then came to Cambridge for my PhD okay, so twenty twelve arrive in the UK already to make my dreams come true. And so those if needed I a good experience so at. Cambridge I was working at. Had you take a real things in images and turn them into treat content, so I was doing some shape retriever ship analysis from images, and you have to image, and you want to turn into a three D. Shape exactly yeah, that's exactly what I was doing. So far yes, or Trinity Half Years I stumbled upon like a great discovery that if you actually incorporate. And then P. So, if you incorporate language information, you can basically get really really accurate <hes> results going from twenty two treaty, and so the addition of that. Yeah so. So, the concept was developed and just looking at images as just. Pixel that you can enter into some features and use calcification on them. Was a concept that those features can actually be semantic features so there's some semantic meaning attached to those descriptors that you are. Thank generating.

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"flora" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"flora" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hi dropsy flora quitting from our national stockpile is going to various cities and we are also disposing and getting that as quickly as we can and portions of it to the department of Veterans Affairs and the department of defense and speaking of the department of defense they're going to be sending US ten million and ninety five masks that they had and we're in great shape and everywhere we're in great shape with ventilators were in great shape with a protective clothing we have additional plane loads coming in but we're not getting any calls from governors at this moment I can speak I think for vice president pence will be talking in a little while we're getting we're getting very few calls from governors or anybody else needing anything they're in great shape for this surge that's coming in certain areas in particular and that's a good job you've done a great job and I'm like really a great job I appreciated the whole country appreciates it more than two million corona virus tests have now been completed and we're conducting approximately one hundred thousand more every day we're also working to bring blood based history allergy tested the market as quickly as possible so that Americans can determine whether or not they have already had the virus and potentially have immunity they haven't unity of they've had the virus a lot of them don't even know that it's sometimes it's brutal you see the prime minister seems to be doing well now I help he had a rough go of it and and still is but he's doing better and then some people don't even know they had it it could be Sniffles it could be they don't feel perfect but they've had it in there they're the lucky ones the NIH CDC and FDA currently validating these antibody tests to ensure that they are accurate and they're doing that at breakneck speed how they could consider Dr we're gonna get him approved very quickly Dr Hans when validated we're confident that the production will scale up to tens of millions of tests very quickly we're leading the world now in testing by far and we're gonna keep it that way the other countries are coming to us and they wanted to know about our tests and can they buy the tests and can they do whatever they have to do to get the test it was going to make that very soon we'll be in a position to make that possible because it's important for them to have it and that we're gonna have an announcement on the World Health Organization sometime next week as you know we give them approximately five hundred million dollars a year and we're gonna be talking about that subject next week we'll have a lot to say about it to hold it every American should be proud of what our country is achieved in just a short period of time the U. S. military is deployed thousands of personnel to build twenty three temporary hospitals with more than sixteen thousand beds and we have the potential to build many more if we needed them more already to go but I don't think we're going to need them which is great great news and we built those hospitals in twelve states and the district of Columbia using the defense production act and we used it like a hammer a lot of the media said we were using and we is just like a hammer to a point where well we have to do is say the words and everybody gave us maximum and they've done a good job they really have done a good job with few exceptions and we've harnessed the full power of American industry to produce ventilators and other essential supplies right now we're making thousands of ventilators many of which we will need but will use in our stockpiles and will build that up will also help build up their stockpiles which they should have had it in the states and so we're working with governors on that it will also help other countries or countries that are calling us for help they need ventilators and there were no position to build rental it is we are we have Ford and General Motors and many many companies are building the ventilators so we're going to be helping add a not too distant point we're gonna be helping quite a few of the countries that we've launched project air bridge to deliver nearly three hundred million pieces of personal protective equipment from and around the globe were also shipping out sixty service generalization systems to ten different cities that can H. their allies up to eighty thousand masks each day and I'm even hearing it can go up to a hundred and twenty thousand masks today certain equipment with certain additions it's a company in Ohio that makes it is a great company great here's a great product works very well I asked a question I should have to we have to buy so many mass why can't we sterilize the master the being is and the answer was you can't in this case they say up to twenty times so we can take a mask certain types of masks the N. ninety fives in particular we can sterilize them make them very clean up to twenty times that's a great thing in addition we passed the largest emergency economic relief package in American history to save the U. S. economy and protect the American workers you know this past week which was for active days on the stock market Good Friday today is not is not included the markets are closed in four days we had the biggest market increase stock market increase that we had in fifty years that tells you that there's a pent up demand that tells you they want to get back to something good going to happen I really believe that there's something very good going to happen we have to get back so think of it in this horrible this horrible dark areas where this this monster came in and the work is horrible horrible spell over the world hundred eighty four countries as of this one hundred eighty four countries we've done well and I guess the market thinks we've done well because we had the biggest stock market increase without one day we're talking for days instead of five that we've had in fifty years fifty years ago that more than fifty years actually in short the American people of launch the greatest mobilization of our society since World War two deploying every scientific governmental medical and military resource to defeat the virus so I want to just start then with answer questions later one of times if we have a lot of time today a lot of people are often so you should be good Friday but so I'll stick around we'll answer questions later we're set with Deborah Berke please doctor Burks and you can go over some of the numbers we just looked at and they'll be great thank you very much your president thank you for outlining how well we are doing in a series of metro areas what also has been encouraging for those you're watching epidemic curves every day and I'm sure you are hand lot watching him in log phase because that's how the epidemiologist like to look at their curves you can see for the first time that in the United States were starting to level and the logarithmic phase like Italy did about a week ago and so this gives us great hard time data could not only in specific places but we're starting to see that change obviously a lot of that is driven by the improvement in New York City remember for a long time they were over fifty percent of our cases and fifty percent of our new cases that is dramatically changed because of the impact of what the citizens of New York and New Jersey and across Connecticut and now Rhode Island are doing to really change the course of this pandemic I really change the trajectory of the new cases for seeing that what many states and metro areas where experience as two fold and four fold four fold increases that went to two fold that now those are going to eight days between the doubling rates watching this every day gives us hope across these metro areas from New York and New Jersey Adams all through Denver and of course through New Orleans we still see cases occurring in the Boston area and in Chicago but their rate of increase seems to be stabilizing we really want to call out the work of the mayors of Baltimore and the district and Philadelphia who were really brought all of their health and health experts together and working with their communities are starting to really change the curves in those areas what we're seeing is were United in social distancing and that's been very encouraging to all of us and it's should be encouraging to the health care providers that are on the front lines many of which are serving our Americans with such dignity and respect and ensuring that everybody gets optimal care and as the president noted our mortality in the United States is significantly less than many of the other countries when you correct them for our population and that is really solely the work of our health our frontline health care providers and so working with that you can really that hopefully you get the theme today that we are are incredibly proud of our public health leaders at the city level at the state level at the federal level who are working together to really change the course of this pandemic working with their citizens in their communities to make these changes and the American public who has really taken all of this to heart and stayed home I know last week we really ask a lot of people in the Washington Baltimore area to consolidate not go out frequently to grocery stores or pharmacies you can really see that that's having a huge impact so it's really about the encouraging signs that we see but as encouraging as they are we have not reached the peak and so every day we need to continue to do what we did yesterday and the week before and the week before that because that's what in the end is going to take us up across the peak and down the other side we continue to really applaud the work of California and Washington state and Oregon we're learning from all three of those states from their public health officials about how they were able to keep the virus from ever becoming logarithmic and I think that's an important lesson for all of us on how they did that what the timing was in case we ever have to face this issue in the.

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"flora" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on Podcast 42

"Care. Rick All I shop you Suchart read. Oh thank God so I don't know none of this makes any sense smart enough and kind enough to put them about three hundred. People out of their misery listened flora. Does she know he gave us guns and brought us down here so he'd knock you off in you have all the Lou to himself didn't didn't Ya. You can't follow the simple premise of the script. Like I can. Nate wasn't a man of much muscle. I wasn't much of a man from muscle but he had brain see. You can't say that about my own. My though he was smarter than any that ever lived. You Killed The great man. I hope you feel good about it. Yeah you and hear quite a team. Nobody would have suspected that the arch gun. The biggest mob in history was big. Flora's whipping boy literally. I never wanted to bat around like I had to. I never really heard them. We used to laugh about it afterwards. Hall rock but her all right. Let's get down to. Your exits are covered. Got The balls out everything. Lock that. Come out with your hands clasped behind your next round going to last so he was out this ball on applegate. Yeah there's the police alright. Alright keep your shirt on. Come on. Let's get it over no fighting any more. You really love the Little Baby. Didn't you flora? So what who are you to laugh at us? Yeah you're right flora. Who Am I to laugh.

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"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"A one over this before but store brands have a price advantage When they go to a winery they pay up front? They cut out the middleman to a certain extent extent. You can't do it all the way with the laws the way they are but you can get a lot of it reduced and then there is no marketing advertising budget all that adds up and so you look at what the other one costs what this cost and you go. Oh okay. This is somehow related to that. Maybe and as a non vintage wine they obviously had a year to two years lying around that there was still there. You can't say they made it accidentally. I mean it's obviously they made it before it ever saw this at all before. So this is this their wine the the original wineries wind from maybe a few from what's left over blasters aster etta this year I don't know is it non ventures data because they didn't like going to date on I don't know but it's a good verse demeanor and we're still still doing the Thanksgiving meal thing and verster. Mainers are kind of weird wines. They're they're kind of like a Scotto but they're not really an. I'm not a Phantom Adema. Scotto mean unless it's from the OPTI region of Italy and they're they're really good but they tend to be more expensive and since I don't really like sweeter wines I I don't really want to pay more money for that. I'm usually not that crazy about so. I rarely drink them but a verse demeanor from Monterey. That's four ninety nine. I'll take a chance on that and I'm kind of glad I did because it tastes good. It isn't it's probably off-drives. Probably not dry hard part. One of those winds are hard. It's hard to say noses so Sweden candidate and you get these Lemon line coal of flavors to a Lump Not Cola lemonade soda. And then you get you know like Dried pineapple and lemon cough drops. And you get all these kind of crazy flavors but it never gets sweeten while I'm talking about it what it tastes like. Let me take a separate to knows will lead you to believe that it is going to be sweet wine but never actually gets there and it's kind of a tasty wine that kind of a tasty one. It is a tasty wine. You know one thing about white wine that I like the acidity it gets. Sometimes it gets gets limp smacking wine which is like just on the edge being too much but not really it makes you want to take another sip and I know some myself taking another sip of this and this doesn't have that acidity it's one of those white ones. You don't really notice this that there's so much flavor going in there but it's not noticeable so I'm thinking if I'm not drinking it because of the city why am I drinking and then on to me because it tastes good so there you go. This is a wine. Four nine Maybe it's not what it seems to be and it tastes good. Now what would you use it for for Thanksgiving. And that's something that mean. This would go well with a white meat Turkey and cranberry sauce. This would go slice of Pumpkin Pie a little bit of Spicy Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream. Fremont's up this would rack that too. It would actually go well with both and another thing would go well with his grandma and GRANDPA and uncle who aren't really totally into wine because that's got those flavors that kind of aren't hard to get along with you know there's oranges and there's pears peaches pineapples and there's grapefruits and you know let's talking about mineralogy and all you know it's got You know what the sometimes it's it's brambles like oh I don't know about Bramble ramble. It's this is a kind of a crowd pleasing easy to drink four nine wine. It's in a really nice bottle. It's one of those tall skinny bottles. The label is is pretty says Florence Stone. It's gold it's embossed I don't label you. Expect on a four ninety nine bottle of wine. It doesn't you you know. Sometimes he used to be a store brands kind of look cheaper lately no lately that they can go toe to toe with the store with the ones in the retail shops APPs. So there you go this is I'm not gonNA go too long because this is just a nice easy to drink. Verster manner I mean if you're looking in for something why and you want something different. I mean there's not that may verster meters out there. I think I read somewhere. There's only twenty thousand acres on the whole United States of Gerston meter plant plant in that. That's even like Michigan. All these New York cooler weather growing regions. All do this great because it does well in cooler regions so there's just not that much out there and especially in California where they can make enough of it to sell for four ninety nine and the other big winery from Mendocino Seltzer seven ninety nine and are the same thing. I don't know the the same thing but there are other ones better than this more power to that one. And if you want to know what it is just google the name of the winery in back and it pops right up with a trademark and everything else you can find out what the other one isn't that they sell a gerster meter so there you go. This is a four ninety nine storebrand from all D- gewurztraminer which looks non vintage. What's looks like Oh but it turns out And I liked it would work for Thanksgiving dinner. It doesn't cost much. It tastes great You know normally one glasser bomb AB- sweet or this isn't sweet as maybe off. Dry Wine is enough after I had won a ADS grade. Never drink it again but here. I think I'm going to have a couple so I gotta go and hand outs you later. I think we got time for one more wine before. Thanksgiving comes and we'll hit that then and that's it for me over out out to keep it cheap not talk to you and a couple of days.

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"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"They day from cheap wine fighter dot com again With another companion. podcast like like we always do and this one is for a wine we put on the cheap wine. Find Dot Com website is called the Flora Laura and stone converts tra- meaner. It's from all these. It's a four dollars and ninety nine cents all these collusive line and and when I first saw it I thought Oh non vintage four ninety nine storebrand. How good could it be? And then I I started do a little bit of Slough thing and the company on the back who they said people who produced it. I put them in Google Google and found out that they're a trademark owned by a very large very successful very well respected winery three out of Mendocino and that they happen to make their own gewurztraminer. which isn't the most likely planet grape in the world out of Monterey County on on top of it and it's kind of a widely a well respected wine at wins it's fair shares of awards? It's you know it's it's only a few bucks more expensive. I think get seven ninety nine. The virgins four ninety.

"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Nine and a one over this before but store brands have a price advantage When they go to a winery they pay up front? They cut out the middleman to a certain extent extent. You can't do it all the way with the laws the way they are but you can get a lot of it reduced and then there is no marketing advertising budget all that adds up and so you look at what the other one costs what this cost and you go. Oh okay. This is somehow related to that. Maybe and as a non vintage wine they obviously had a year to two years lying around that there was still there. You can't say they made it accidentally. I mean it's obviously they made it before it ever saw this at all before. So this is this their wine the the original wineries wind from maybe a few from what's left over blasters aster etta this year I don't know is it non ventures data because they didn't like going to date on I don't know but it's a good verse demeanor and we're still still doing the Thanksgiving meal thing and verster. Mainers are kind of weird wines. They're they're kind of like a Scotto but they're not really an. I'm not a Phantom Adema. Scotto mean unless it's from the OPTI region of Italy and they're they're really good but they tend to be more expensive and since I don't really like sweeter wines I I don't really want to pay more money for that. I'm usually not that crazy about so. I rarely drink them but a verse demeanor from Monterey. That's four ninety nine. I'll take a chance on that and I'm kind of glad I did because it tastes good. It isn't it's probably off-drives. Probably not dry hard part one of those winds a hard hard to say noses so Sweden candidate and you get these Lemon line coal of flavors to a Lump Not Cola lemonade soda. And then you get you know like Dried pineapple and lemon cough drops. And you get all these kind of crazy flavors but it never gets sweeten while I'm talking about it what it tastes like. Let me take a separate to knows will lead you to believe that it is going to be sweet wine but never actually gets there and it's kind of a tasty wine that kind of a tasty one. It is a tasty wine. You know one thing about white wine that I like the acidity it gets. Sometimes it gets gets lip smacking wine which is like just on the edge being too much but not really it makes you want to take another sip and I know some myself taking another sip of this and this doesn't have that acidity it's one of those white ones. You don't really notice this that there's so much flavor going in there but it's not noticeable so I'm thinking if I'm not drinking it because of the city why am I drinking and then on to me because it tastes good so there you go. This is a wine. Four nine Maybe it's not what it seems to be and it tastes good. Now what would you use it for for Thanksgiving. And that's something that mean. This would go well with a white meat Turkey and cranberry sauce. This would go slice of Pumpkin Pie a little bit of Spicy Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream. Fremont's up this would rack that too. It would actually go well with both and another thing would go well with his grandma and GRANDPA and uncle who aren't really totally into wine because that's got those flavors that kind of aren't hard to get along with you know there's oranges and there's pears peaches pineapples and there's grapefruits and you know let's talking about mineralogy and all you know it's got You know what the sometimes it's it's brambles like oh I don't know about bramble ramble. It's this is a kind of a crowd pleasing easy to drink four nine wine. It's in a really nice bottle. It's one of those tall skinny bottles. The label is is pretty says Florence Stone. It's gold it's embossed I don't label you. Expect on a four ninety nine bottle of wine. It doesn't you you know. Sometimes he used to be a store brands kind of look cheaper lately no lately that they can go toe to toe with the store with the ones in the retail shops APPs. So there you go this is I'm not gonNA go too long because this is just a nice easy to drink. Verster manner I mean if you're looking in for something why and you want something different. I mean there's not that may verster meters out there. I think I read somewhere. There's only twenty thousand acres on the whole United States of Gerston meter plant plant in that. That's even like Michigan. All these New York cooler weather growing regions. All do this great because it does well in cooler regions so there's just not that much out there and especially in California where they can make enough of it to sell for four ninety nine and the other big winery from Mendocino Seltzer per seven ninety nine and are the same thing. I don't know the the same thing but there are other ones better than this more power to that one. And if you want to know what it is just google the name of the winery in back and it pops right up with a trademark and everything else you can find out what the other one isn't that they sell a good burster meter so there you go. This is a four ninety. Nine storebrand from all D- gewurztraminer which looks non vintage. What's looks like Oh but it turns out And I liked it would work for Thanksgiving dinner. It doesn't cost much. It tastes great You know normally one glasser bomb AB- sweet or this isn't sweet as maybe off. Dry Wine is enough after I had won a ADS grade. Never drink it again but here. I think I'm going to have a couple so I gotta go and hand outs you later. I think we got time for one more wine before. Thanksgiving comes and we'll hit that then and that's it for me over out out to keep it cheap not talk to you and a couple of days.

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"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"They day from cheap wine fighter dot com again With another companion. podcast like like we always do and this one is for a wine we put on the cheap wine. Find Dot Com website is called the Flora Laura and stone converts tra- meaner. It's from all these. It's a four dollars and ninety nine cents all these collusive line and and when I first saw it I thought Oh non vintage four ninety nine storebrand. How good could it be? And then I I started do a little bit of Slough thing and the company on the back who they said people who produced it. I put them in Google Google and found out that they're a trademark owned by a very large very successful very well respected winery three out of Mendocino and that they happen to make their own gewurztraminer. which isn't the most likely planet grape in the world out of Monterey County on on top of it and it's kind of a widely a well respected wine at wins it's fair shares of awards? It's you know it's it's only a few bucks more expensive. I think get seven ninety nine. The virgins four ninety.

"flora" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"flora" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"flora" Discussed on The Phinsider

"So isn't it prudent for us to be interested in a lot of different people? I mean, it's we have to prepare for a lot of different situations and contingency. So you have to like a lot of different players, obviously, I think we'd like to trade down. And if we want to trade down that means we have to like even more players to see who's gonna fall down to us. So to say that we're interested in somebody at thirteen. Wow. Oh my gosh. It's it's smoke from what I gather. I've said it before it is very hard for me to get information anymore from Miami. I'm sure that will probably maybe maybe not. But usually these kind of things happen when a new coach comes in everyone's on their toes and just kind of trying to figure out the lay the land and see what can get away with what they can't get away with. We saw with Adam gazes. Well information was tight in his first year in his first few months, and then as he gained more control within the organization leaks opened up a little bit. So the information is very hard to come out come through with Miami right now. And I've said this before so for me, you know, when and not just me it's other people have talked to as well other big fish in the game that are much bigger than I am have publicly stated that it's harder to get information out of Miami this year, so for all of a sudden for them to be able to keep all this information under wraps for so long all of a sudden twenty four hours before the draft less than twenty four hours before the draft. When the only people that know what the draft board is in the only people that know what the final plan is is Chris Greer, Brian Flora's, probably Tom Garfinkel, and Stephen Ross, the owner all of a sudden leaks coming out that just doesn't add up for me. Instead, it seems like well placed in well, planted leaks, purposely that are giving this information out to these reporters to make other teams like the giants trade up in front of them to get the quarterback. They. Cut it because then they may feel like Miami Mike at that as well. And it's interesting that all of a sudden, you know, they had Dwayne Haskins at the top of their list right for quarterbacks the past two weeks or so right? And then as reports came out that the giants really liked Dino Jones better and twain Haskins Mike picked the top ten by Washington. All of a sudden the dolphins now have interest in Danny Jones. And we know that's who the giants like as wall. So it's just interesting to me how that kind of plays out. I'm not buying it all which means the dolphins will drop the quarterback on Thursday night. No, I'm not buying any of this all signs are pointing to a defensive lineman offense of linemen, I called my show earlier on Wednesday saying that I believe the pick is going to be Christian Wilkins defensive over Plumpton. It all just makes too much sense with him. But I'm not buying any of this quarterback talk. Their original plan was to draft a quarterback on day two. I still firmly believe that is your plan moving forward. For me. I think you're completely right? I would be very I mean, I'd be sick. I think a lot of people would if they went after Daniel Jones. I mean, his pro comparison is literally the guy just wasted seven years on obviously, he better than some areas than ten hill might be in vice versa for me of twain Haskins falls, thirteen you gotta pull the trigger. I mean defensive line offensive line. Those are huge need, you know, they need to build a secondary up move into a dime defense of. But at the end of the day if guy twain Haskins why think is the second best quarterback in the Strath for some reason. No he slips past the giants and the Redskins. They trade up and get Daniel Jones, or whatever they might be targeting. You pass Denver Cincinnati would be a hurdle there, but twain Haskins falls in your lap thirteen..

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"flora" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"flora" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Nobody went against the three months into the NBA season. The team with the best record would be the Milwaukee Bucks ever wanna playoff series since two thousand one but led by the Greek freak Janas, not to become the buzzer thirty nine and thirteen last night in Brooklyn. They have for the net thirty six to twenty two in the third quarter. They held them to buy a forty two and three point shooting and the buffs one one hundred thousand ninety four Janas thirty points, fifteen rebounds, nine assists was a long road trip. Just started with the loss. Does give this team is great. The finnish. We finished four wins in a row and the says a lot about how they can be Detroit over Denver one twenty nine one zero three drops the nuggets half key by Golden State in the west Atlanta, hit twenty three pointers and one one thirty seven one twenty nine at Washington, Houston, Phoenix to an eleven straight loss. One eighteen one ten James harden, forty four points. The rookie Marvin Bagley twenty four points twelve board Sacramento or San Antonio won twenty seven to one twelve when the patriots won their first Super Bowl in two thousand one the first championship won by Boston team in fifteen years. But over the last seventeen years twelve championships twelve duck boat parade for the Red Sox just three months ago after they beat LA in the World Series. And now we'll be back today. To celebrate the patriots breeding LA in the Super Bowl their sixth Super Bowl fight. They're losing a top assistant with the Super Bowl over the dolphins were able to make official the hiring of Thirty-seven-year-old. Brian Flora's is their new head coach he'd been with the patriots in various capacities since two thousand four Bengals did likewise. They made it..

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"flora" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"flora" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"When those guys are the guys who don't seem to understand team dynamics at all. So maybe that's what they talk about the Rooney rule, really because we all these coach firings. Now, we've ended up in a situation where there are three black coaches and one black GM, and that's it and this has been this alleged. I don't know. What's the right word push by the league over the last ten twelve years and the push has not worked Tom Curren wrote? A really interesting piece about all of these people requesting interviews with Brian Flora's who's the patriots defensive coordinator who's black said the job for one year who's been pretty good. I wouldn't say he had been watching the defense and thought oh my God. We look at what Bryant Flora's came upgraded. Matt patricia. He's an upgrade or Matt Patricia. But now there's a chance he's going to get hired is going to go on. And all these interviews. And and currents point was not ready yet. He's only run one half of a team for one year. And this is basically what happened is Steve works. But we've seen this over and over again where people aren't quite ready yet are getting thrown into these job interviews or even jobs. My question is I think they need to rethink the Rooney rule. And if we want to have more minority candidates for coaches, there should be a better infrastructure, which is led by people like Tony dungee, and Marvin Lewis, and like a mentorship type thing where they identify people who could be a coach like five six years from now, and they build this program for them. And really try take somebody like Bryant Florez and really try to give him extra leadership extra mentorship. Extra time with people who've been there before and try to build these candidates from within versus like grabbing somebody who's been a DC for one year and just giving them a head coach job because I don't think that's gonna. Work. Yeah. So there's a couple of things first of all they have minority internship coaching program. Just to get these guys in on the ground floor the ground for that's that's helped a little bit. They've also have offseason programs where they have younger candidates, not just minority candidates. But younger candidates who meet with, you know, John Elway and stuff, and I've actually been to a meeting where they did that at Warton in Philadelphia. And I saw it and it was fairly interesting. I think I agree with you. I think it's it's embarrassing the league how few minority coaches are. I think it might be a media problem. An I when I look at it, everyone thinks to anyone who's ever met, Sean McVeigh, you know, all of a sudden, you know, Zach Taylor as quarterbacks coach is is getting interviews. And just like, you know, I think right now there's a problem without him gaze where Adam gates is apparently gets to pick his job. What does Adam days ever done wise in St. Wiltz? Why isn't you know? I just think that there's we we we have this narrative now where there guys were getting second chances. That shouldn't. I don't think Adam day shoot. Immediately. Get another job. I think that people like Steve Wilks Vance Joseph show gotten more time to learn on the job. I just don't know. I don't know. It's it's it's embarrassing the league. I don't know. Why guys like like Vance Joseph in Steve oaks were on such short leashes? What what is Steve calmed done in Arizona to keep his job. If he's the guy that hired Steve Wilks a year ago. I don't understand. I have no idea. It seems like the GM stay longer than the coaches. But the GM's decide they beat all these dudes than like Vance Joseph. That's our guy. And then it doesn't Manchester. Be sucks. All right. We need another coach you fucking Vance. Joseph. I it's why don't why isn't the more heat on some John on someone like Steve kind who brings these guys in for two years or one year. They don't work, and then you get to keep your job. We'll have found out that he tried to bring Shanahan back after a year of interest. But the the reason Vance Joseph didn't work because he wasn't ready for that job. Yeah. I look at somebody like gays..

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