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"At fogo dot com. W GOP had 11 18 way of traffic and weather on the eights back to Rita Kessler in the W T o p traffic Center. And right now in Maryland, If you traveling north but in the Baltimore Washington Parkway, delays from 1 97 headed toward 1 98. This is the mobile work crew. Single lane should be getting by south about everything looks good coming from 32 all the way to the Beltway. And today no delays inside the Beltway. So no sign of any work near 4 10 on the Baltimore Washington Parkway North bound to 70 that ripped a 109 should be real. Opened after an earlier crash bar to pull down across the ramp in Myersville eastbound 40 was reported close between Pleasant Walk Road in Church Hill Road for the debris in the roadway, so follow police direction bridgework on the very nice Mac Middleton Bridge, you alternate to get across the bridge and on the Bay Bridge eastbound span of the bridge. The right lane of two is blocked with the work, but the westbound span is running two way traffic. 3 55 north of Dr Perry wrote in Big Woods Road, a single lane getting by the work also in the Rockville area, Diamondback drive it to covertly. Drive. That's also the scene of the crash. If you're in Virginia north about 95 delays approaching in passing Route three today the work in the left lane Good news on 17 North bound near Virginia. 8 13 Gold Vein Road. They cleared the accident. They cleaned up the gravel spill. So all your lanes have been reopened. Eastbound 66 inside the Beltway after Washington Boulevard Watch for the work and in Reston, Reston Parkway West found in your Bowman town drive was the scene of the crash. If you're in the district, South, bound I to $95 He's coming from the 11th Street Bridge toward the Suitland Parkway. There should be some work set up There It is Pennsylvania Avenue at a crawl both ways had a torrid minister toward Minnesota Avenue. The works on their has delays both directions there and on Minnesota Avenue. At times it looks like only a single lane Getting by on Pennsylvania Avenue. You wear a mask to show you care that you could help reduce the spread of covert 19. So your community thanks you the Virginia Department of Health? Thanks. You learn more of e t h dot Virginia dot gov I'm Rita Kessler, WTF. Be traffic and now to storm Team four. Meteorologist Mike Standiford Skies oration Partly cloudy to mostly sunny across the northern suburbs this afternoon. Look for a good deal of sunshine across the rest.
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"Pups, boss cafes restaurants have been allowed to open their doors here in England. But how difficult do the social distancing measures may get to have a profitable business, and what does the future of the hospitality sector look like well joining me in the studio? He's Adam Hollyman restaurant, consultant and phone. Gerow Code Hospitality Adam Welcome back to Midori, House Studio, one just Fyi you on the first studio cast. I'm having here for about four months. I hope you've been well. As I mentioned many places opened last week St. go to see many restaurants in many boss. Thanks for having me back Marcus and it's good to be back in Madari. House off decision on time. Yes, I, did pop around quite a few restaurants in central law. Saturday and Sunday about four restaurants to see what was going on in oversee support the industry that I work with and it was. It was Nice, because as I've mentioned to. If you people throughout this week, they were not too many alien to the restaurant, so yes, there were some tables spaced further apart than they normally would be in some restaurants, the waiters. Waiters were wearing mosques than in others. You had your temperature checked. And you also sanitize your hands, but otherwise it actually felt very normal pre cova times when you dined out and I think not such a great thing for the industry, and for the consumer that when you go and have dinner or lunch, and is meant to be a nice enjoy experience that it is because I think a lot of people were quite nervous as to how it would fail to a restaurant three months down. The line is the worst stove no. I mean obviously it's great that restaurants bars. Pubs have been able to open those familiar week now I think though the lockdown was probably in a way. Dare I say the easy bit for our industry. It's now the tough bit because you know. We've seen over the pulse week. That was an initial buzz especially in central London with some restaurants. You know they were busy, but sadly. Of, speaking to quite a few people this week is the businesses still very very slow and is going to be a real uphill battle for the rest of the year to get people into restaurants is the main issue getting people into restaurants all? The social distancing measures that you simply can't have very many people in these places. The social distancing measures they have impacted that, but I think the great thing from the government guidance that they issues. The hospital businesses was that it was just it was just guidance, and it's a very good thing that they've let restaurants choose how they should operate the environments and the dining rooms. That could have been far worse if they'd stipulated that you could only have X. number of. Of people per site with the tables had to be a certain distance in the fact is now one to plot as opposed to two meters, so yes, the social distancing it doesn't help because overseas had to take covers out, but for me I. Think the really big thing and a very good phrase. The other day Fogo fear of going out is that we've got to really try and. Persuade the nation that it is now safe to go out and have a drink. Have some lunch have some dinner? Because at the moment, a lot of people still don't want to go out twinned with the fact that you know especially in places like central London has no tourism will very very little tourism. A lot of the offices is still standing empty because people are working from home, so there's no events. There's no business lunches the being expensed so. So. The West End in the city is still very very quiet.
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"fogo" Discussed on The Current
"Hi I'm Jamie for the last decade I've been a newspaper reporter and lately I'm just finding it hard to keep up with the news as of today. Simple possession of marijuana is no longer Goldie go. It can be hard to make sense things. Investigators spent nine hours in the consulates appearance. I want to change that. At least a little Join me weekdays at six. Am for front burner at daily podcast from CBC News. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcast. Hello I'm Matt Galloway. And this is the current weekly on here in New York City after a bomb scare. Shut down a major subway station during the morning commute soon after the NYPD releasing surveillance images these nineteen men went on social media to have sexual conversations with kids and today a cyber age. We're dealing with the new breed of criminal that is an ad for a company called clearview. Ai You might have read about this story. Story got all sorts of attention on social media over the course of this week clearview uses online images to help police track down criminals. If you hadn't heard of this company before for that piece in the New York Times started getting a lot of attention. You're not alone. clearview has worked very hard to keep a low corporate profile which is kind of ironic when and you think about it because profiles are a big part of clearview business. clearview is a company that hasn't grouped the web of with three billion photos from public websites like facebook then Mo instagram educational sites employment tonight in order to create A big public database Where now has a facial recognition out that it can run on all those photos you can take a photo of somebody and it will bring back all the photo scraped of that person along with links to the site Kashmir hill is technology reporter for the New York Times? She wrote that a piece of a clear views work and what she found has been pretty alarming privacy advocates. Yeah I mean maybe you posted on a public social media count. Were you know photos that people have posted of you. like forget thought tax professional site Among the results that were coming in on the APP and so so Yeah it's just photos up on the web and this is something people have long feared what happened because we have put so many photos of ourselves out there but companies that were capable of building a tool like this like Google have said you know this is the one technology they held back because it could be used in such such a bad way But now now it's been done. That taboo has been broken and clearview clearview a I has been working with over six hundred law enforcement agencies in the US and Canada and other places for the last year and You know one had any idea Except for the company itself in mcleese mcleese until this article came out this weekend which rattled a lot of people and was shared. All around the world tell me a little bit just briefly about the company itself who started this thing up so it was founded by a technologist named them one punt that. Who is from Australia and Richard Schwartz who is kind of a longtime new New Yorkers who worked for mayor. Rudolph Giuliani in The nineteen nineties that he was the editorial page editor of The New York. Daily News the into one is thirty. One Richard is sixty one. They met a event at the Manhattan Institute which is a conservative think tank in New York and discovered they had a lot in uncommon And decide to build this facial recognition APP. Together it's funded by Peter Thiel among other investors and Peter Thiel yeah of course it's famous for backing facebook and pollen. Tear the surveillance company and I mean I was as I was looking into this company. I just was Amazed by how quickly it grew. You know the two the two founders met in two thousand sixteen and they only really got a product up and running in two thousand eighteen And so over the course of a year they have just spread like wildfire through law enforcement. As you did your research. What did you think when you you when you first not only figured out what clear view is doing but also who was buying the product who had access to this database of three billion photos? Well well as you mentioned it was hard to do my research on the company. Initially when I first was tipped awesome company by a couple of Foia Research or who thought turn up in public records records request. When I went to the company's website it was closed to the public? It was only access- accessible by law enforcement had an address that was just a couple of blocks away from the New York Times office and when I walked over there I discovered that the building didn't exist when I checked Lincoln and they had a fake employee later turned out to be A fake name. That was being used by one of the founders and they wouldn't return any of my calls or email and so I ended up going instead to the users of the tool so I started started reaching out to police departments that I had determined. We're using it. And in a couple of cases I was able to talk to the detectives used APP and the Police Officers Ed. It was incredible that had helped them solve dozens of cases deaden cases that they had abandoned they went back and ran the suspects photos through the APP. And we're able able to identify them and they just said it. You know worked so much better than the government provided databases they have been using before. That only have mugshots and driver's license photo auto and I saw that for myself when the company eventually started talking to me I didn't interview with their founder and he ran the APP on me and it pulled up photos of me. The I didn't know where online voters view that you've never seen before. So does I'd never seen before. And then I covered my face. I covered my mouth and my nose with my hand. Then he took another photo and it still pulled up seven photos of me including one from ten years earlier and I was just shocked at how well the face recognition algorithm work. You mentioned police forces in the United States are using this and also say that some Canadian police forces are using this. Who who's using it here in Canada I at condition of the interview Officer through using candidates. I cannot say where they are who they are. But it is being used to solve many cases murder cases Identity Fraud Cases Child exploitation cases. I mean it's just any any case where you have a face of somebody and you don't know who that is. You can run it to the APP. And according to the Company at works up to seventy or seventy five percent of the time three out of four searches. It's going to find a match. What concerns you? The most about how this technology allergy could be used in a future and who might use this technology so I have a lot of concerns. I mean I think that face recognition to solve crimes is a great tool and I definitely want want police to be able to solve these crimes. One thing that worried me was it was kind of a little known company Most of the departments had done no vetting them and they're sending ending sensitive information. You know Police suspects victims to the company servers and to the company has this fast database of everyone that the Police Department apartment is interested in and in my case they actually abuse that power. They while they weren't talking to me. It turned out that anytime I talked to a police officer I would ask them to run my photo to see what the results were and the police officers with. Ben Get a call from the company saying are you talking to the media so they were actually tracking acking. Who was talking to me while they weren't talking to me So I found that a bit disturbed me necessarily have power. They could certainly abuse in terms of manipulating results. oops or kind of knowing who's in trouble and then as I was talking to In investor behind the company to officers they all predicted that this is an APP that will be in public hands Either clear clear views APP or another companies copycat version of it and that will all have this power within the next five years and early investor investor college. An early investor told you that there's never going to be privacy. Insure this might lead to some sort of dystopia future. But you can't ban it right. That's that's a terrifying to other people I would think it was. It was a quote where my jaw dropped as he was saying it But if that were truly the reality you would end you know public anonymity if you're in a restaurant having a sensitive conversation about family secrets are work secrets. A stranger next to you could snap your photo and know who you are and understand that conversation in context and I mean that's that's that's I don't know that's terrifying to me because I'm a reporter and I'm always afraid of getting scooped but you can imagine you know stockers using this tool I just real real really militias use cases. I mean it would be nice to go to a cocktail party and never have to worry about remembering anyone's name but I think that the the harms they outweigh the benefits. Kashmir hill is a technology reporter for the New York Times. You heard Kashmir say that she interviewed Canadian police officers about this APP on the condition of anonymity we reached out here. The currents to several police forces across the country the Vancouver Police Department says it has never used used that software and has no intention of doing so. The Toronto Police Service says it does use facial recognition but not through clearview AI. The Ontario provincial police told they have used facial recognition technology but they wouldn't specify which products they use and the rcmp told the current that they do not comment on specific investigative is to get tools or techniques. We also reached out to clearview AI..
"fogo" Discussed on The Current
"Things being equal. Why math is the key to a better world that of all the interviews? We did this week. That's the interview view that people kept coming up to me and talking about because they couldn't quite believe that what John was saying was true but it is if I can do math then you probably can too. That's one way a of looking at a common problem in a different light. Here's another literally like taking a baseball bat and hitting a dog with it to get rid of its fleas. That's how bad the treatment we are. Currently using to treat. Cancer is opera. Raza is non college EST and a professor of Medicine at Columbia University. She's the author of a new book. It's called the first cell and the human costs pursuing cancer. To the last what is really we most ghostly and unbelievable to me is that I landed in America in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy seven started treating a bone marrow. Cancer Sir Acute myeloid leukemia. We were using to drugs popularly known as seven and three today in twenty twenty. I'm using the exact same to drugs with they. Exact same dreadful results. Israel has watched thousands of people including in her own husband go through cancer treatment and she thinks that we are dealing with this disease completely in the wrong way we have seen a decline in mortality from cancer one percent a year which is nothing to write home about but it still is better than nothing because in the last three decades that means we have dropped the cancer mortality he by twenty six percent. But it's not because we are using or have developed a grand new therapies. Most of it is still being treated with chemotherapy. Radiation Association therapy and surgery. What I call the slash poison and burn approach? Are we going to continue on the spot of slash poison burn and Keep Pumping Ping our chests and giving ourselves gold medals course. Nobody's trying to denigrate. What has been done until now but how can we do better? The only thing that seems to work is identifying cancer early. I'm saying why aren't we using the latest technology to try and and identify cancer at its inception has been thinking about this problem for years but it really hit home in a new way when her daughter's best friend Andrew Andrew died of cancer at the age of twenty two when Andrew Woke up from anesthesia and turn to his mother and said. Don't worry about it. Just call. Ezra she's on the cutting edge is gonNA find a cure. In that moment. I realized how badly we have failed. Andrews of this world we have no right to go around prancing and posturing about all the wonderful things. We're doing for cancers as long as there's even one Andrew Andrew dying this miserable death every oncologist new from zero that this poor boy's chances of survival are zero point zero zero and then in the midst of all this Matt you see the expression of human ability you experienced against Greece in the presence of someone like Andrew they brought to him a form to sign that is called the do not resuscitate form which means that if he stops stops breathing they will not do anything about it or does he want them to in to be an he immediately told them to go away. It's not going to sign it. But that evening reasoning. His father came to the hospital to relieve the mother and sister who had been there all day Andrew. As soon as his father was alone with him uncalled. The people back signed the form saying I could not do it in front of my mother. She wouldn't be able to take it. This is a moment of grace that humbles you like nothing else can. What did your daughter want from you? Not as a mom but as a doctor doctor and a cancer expert when it came to the situation that her best friend found himself my daughter Andrew insurers out of their friends they were also wants so confused. Andrew's mother and grandmother have survived cancer. How is he dying at? Twenty two ensures outpointed Lee told me once in the middle of the night when she called almost hysterical. She said mom. I heard all my life that you and dad help cancer patients. But you're not helping Andrew why. That's a sobering moment for not just a doctor but put for a mother. I decided I have to really know. Double my efforts back in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. I turned my attention to trying to find cases at the pre-leukemic state and try to prevent went the appearance of this end stage terminal monstrosity called acute myeloid leukemia by intercepting it early. So this is not. It's something that I just decided to say. After I experienced the ghastly scenes with Andrew. This is something I have been saying saying repeatedly since nineteen eighty four and trying to do it not just saying it. I started banking cells from my patient. Today I have to shoot repository with sixty thousand samples in it and this to shoot. A positron has yielded a huge number of insights nights. What has become very clear? Is that going after one. Gene studying one part where to part ways in a few patients this reductionist suction EST approach is not working. What we need is a more pluralistic approach by which I mean? Try to use the latest technologies analogies ways of studying the proteins and the genome of the cell and then all the imaging and scanning devices we have redirecting directing our funds and our resources in such a way that it brings the competition that was seen during the landing landing of Man on the moon between America and Russia and the cooperation that was seen between scientists around the world doing the Human Genome Project. Rajin is you say. We're in some ways looking at the last cells if you want to get to the first cancer cell how how do you get that. What are the technologies that might offer some promise that you say are we're already almost on our doorstep? The fact is that it's very clear that treatment alone is not going to be sufficient to address the cancer problem. We we need to develop techniques just like vaccines just like we have Prevention for infectious disease. We will need to find preventive measures. How do we do wit? Well this is where I am asking for. Redirection of funds being wasted in doing Useless clinical trials or trials that are yielding a five percent success rate to trying to develop for example ways of finding ending the presence of cancer. In any secretion through a liquid biopsy blood sweat saliva tears a urine you know that to Sheba Just announced last month that from one drop of blood with ninety nine percent confidence now detect the presence of thirteen different common types of cancers just based on detection of micro arayni signatures. They have identified. When can you start that testing? How early life this desk can start from birth to death? We should be using these kinds of sophisticated technologies to monitor the human body continuously from on but to death. And you don't worry. Don't worry about the cost or the concerns that people raise around issues of false positives and then that could create more strain Not just on on the healthcare her system but on the the the mental health of those patients who are being tested. Of course I worry voted and of course. They'll be a lot of over diagnosis and over treatment. Isn't there now will end. Yes finding that you have Early cancer present in your body can be very scary emotionally but then if we have a solution pushes for treatment of better leak answer then it won't remain that scary so I think all this will go evolve simultaneously. That is once once we find that this is actually a potentially lethal threat to the body only then. Are we going to direct some kind of treatment the many any treatments that are failing today maybe because they are being used. The disease is far too advanced. Where do you find hope in the work that you do well? I'm very optimistic. And in fact this is northern gloom and doom book. I'm hundred percent shoe that we will in the very near future richer. Have the technology at least to find a lear footprints of cancers and that along with that Revolution Lucien will come better treatment options. So I'm very optimistic. Rosza is non college. She's the author of the first cell and the human costs of pursuing cancer.
"fogo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Team in the mall on the football field at the so they can run routes and catch you there because they can do that so they're they're a special group in and you can see whether they're in only score one point you don't really give a to many explosive maybe the wanted to rebuild kind of game plan was to try to keep things in front of your guys always one of the founding principles of our defense or is three limited explosives I think we've done a good job this year doing it but you know go a little sideways in the first half of the the first came around you know we had a thirteen fifteen they gave up a screen play to to create a fourth and one which I converted which led to a field goal our I touch on then the very next drive argues the phantom PI that led to for single from the one yard line they should've been how do Fogo but homes made some unbelievable plays in a two minute drive to to get another touch on in there so you know we're we're a little bit better than where you're going we're excited for the challenge Robert what makes the home it has position his one his his mobility is is unique his arm strength is ridiculous he's very very accurate but what what I I don't think people give him enough credit for is that he is a he is he actually plays quarterback there's a lot of people there's a lot of quarterbacks in this league that will say no to number one and then it just becomes a streetball he gets rid of all on time he puts or needs to be he has he has a lot of frozen rhythm and when he needs to take his job he knows how to buy time in the park and do it so he's a he's a superstar in every way you can possibly imagine and he's gonna be tough to deal with when you're preparing and you have this much time how do you balance the paralysis play over analysis and you know how far back do you go into your mentioning this this game you guys played last year but how far back to go in terms of studying.
Moscow's Depo Market: Russia's Top Culinary Destination
"Palo Alto Welcome to food neighborhoods monocle twenty four. I am Marcus hip. Older cities have areas the local love for their food and drink offerings. And in this series we get to know these places these week we head to the DEP. Oh Marcus in most. Go avast converted trim factory that makes a claim to be the biggest food hall on the continents are guys is more cools feo. Matt's variety in color possibly aren't words you associate with Russian cuisine. Not unless varieties of soup. The color of beat it certainly true that until recently there wasn't so much variety on the Moscow restaurant scene I I was hearing the T- thousands writing about food and drink for local paper and restaurants starting to diverse by then but for the most part you're looking at very high end. European food lead lower end Russian food on the big craze at the time which was Sushi. Well that's changed and you can see the change for yourself at a huge each market and food court just to the north central Moscow. The owners say it's the largest space of its kind in Europe. The markets housed in a converted. Tram de pay okay from the turn of the last century and spread over eleven thousand square meters about the size of a Manhattan City block the renovated building tape last year. And based seventy five restaurants and one hundred and forty stalls serving food from around the world. Anything from Bausch and pell may need to Fogo peaking doc natural lines barbecued meats. Traffic Crap Haggas and the club. It's still the New Year holidays in Russia and many Muscovites are out of town but Debo or they're pau as it's called here is buzzing outside. It's grim it's been a frequent winter here so there isn't even the usual thick layer of snow on the ground to brightens things up but in this red brick building. It's all glitter Christmas decorations and neon lights. It's mid afternoon and I'm today's visit a number twelve thousand Indi- seventy-three according to take on the markets website pushing through the mylene crowds and looking for a space at the table scattered around the market. I can believe that once your security which here is a metal detector in a couple of students faced God's staple of any public space in Moscow. You hit the local produce stalls fruits and vegetables not since spices. Caviar smoked fish and Russian cheeses. Don't be fooled by names. Names like Rockville Brio common. These are all produced locally and there's a political reason for that. Western dairy products have been under embargo in Russia since two thousand fourteen as part of the ongoing fallout from the Ukraine crisis. And this is given the country's cheesemakers a real boost. Not just to create imitations of French and Italian cheeses aces. They hear that. Pretty good imitations but also to develop more of their own. Actually there's a political element to the whole concept of deputy. When Muscovites came out to protest President Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin in twenty twelve? After four years as prime minister. The authorities didn't respond to their demands. They did attempt to appease the middle classes by making Moscow an easier place to live with better transport and better public spaces. Perhaps people would be less set on regime gene change and this food is very much a part of that. Now the the stores are arranged in tramlines as a not. The BUILDINGS HISTORY LINE AFER Georgian Moroccan dim sum and more lime beef Vietnamese Greek and a British pie shop admittedly doesn't seem to be doing very much trade see for a bar pass pizzas defeat desserts and health feed. If you're visiting you'll probably want to try something thing from Russia or other post-soviet cuisines you won't be able to find so easily elsewhere. So maybe try the mysteriously titled Back Man Whose Beck's which does a good Plov committee rice dish from Central Asia and Monte. Thick Greasy dumplings. Were just next door. There's back your corner offering skewers of meat as a by John Style and on a decent local wine list. If you're after Russian Russian head to the Tiger Gastro pub for Venison Pattaya and Salami which for seven hundred hundred and fifty rubles each. That's around nine pounds. Where you can try destroyed by Bruschi facilit- Russian classics cabbage seep minced? Hiring Full Schmidt meat cutlets cutlets in pies before heading back out into the slush. There are plenty of options to something sweet whether it's Russian delicacies. Like metabolic honey cake or Punky keke the local equivalent of dates or even Vegan and gluten. Free tards it's allowed bustling place and little Gordie for some people's tastes but if it's variety Brian Kelly or after in Moscow. DEMPO is a good place to start for Monaco in Moscow on
HotelTonight Pushes Daily Travel Bargains with FOMO Campaign
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Four-star admiral William Moran to retire after promotion to top Navy job amid Pentagon turmoil
"Stuff in the navy there is enough people I have discussed it with the admin Stavridis this morning the S. zero designate has withdrawn from the process of becoming the CNO after being confirmed it's quite enough people what do you think about it what do you advise the navy secretary to do next well I was disappointed to hear that alma Moran already been confirmed to serve as the next chief of naval operations retired over the weekend overs ties to a subordinate you acted inappropriately at the twenty sixteen Christmas party without seeing the emails that were for that it's hard for me to form a full opinion and there may be more to the story than what's been reported publicly certainly it would surprise me if it was just that Moran had maintained contact with a subordinate that clearly you do for a long time you simply can't tell **** may not to help out a ship made you're going through a tough time I suspect and I have confidence in the sector the navy Spencer that they crossed the line beyond that to the extent that the support of was providing sustained it by after he had been discredited after he acted inappropriately and so we are where we are I hope it does not then the message to the rest of the navy to discourage officers from reaching out to their peers out of fear that any small says the agent with anyone who has looked up can be used against them but regardless we need a new the N. L. my advice or my hope would be that Spencer moved as quickly as possible to find the next you know the branch of four stars right now will earn a ton of options which is why I give Spencer a lot of credit for going deeper and considering what you could call the Arley Burke option and looking at three stars the name that I'm hearing over and over again if the former head of US week cyber command intensely commander by Deborah Michael Gilday are currently head of the joint staff they're saying the other qualified candidates at the four star level pack we commander or the allied joint force commander Fogo but I really get spent your credit for considering the three star option and we need someone to leave the navy at a time of
"fogo" Discussed on Doughboys
"Guess what Fogo to Chow has an excellent happy hour. It could have been a twelve thirteen dollar glass. One and I got mine for six albuque- from Argentina. Wow. Saved Evan Susser some money. Yeah. You're welcome guys. And I had the. They do have a pretty extensive wine list, there, which is a good to know with all the beach. They have this other one cocktail. He's usually tossing down a few. I felt like a booth how I was ready for it was like, okay, we're all gonna have a couple of cocktails, and then, you know, fun, yours. Randall to full, I was so groggy. I felt if I had another cocktail, I would be like a just be asleep. Right. That's what that's what too much alcohol does to read just does off came. Let's get into the let's get into the meats. So they bring them around to you. They started with the sausage. They started with a sausage, you're jumping right in what did you guys? Piece of chicken and sausage, right? Yeah. So I think they I don't know if they few meets coming at us at one time, soon as you turn over your, your little green coaster there like they come onto you hound you around you, there's moments when they're really out there. And I think when we turn to green, they were really out there and they, they hit us hard. The sausage thing I got the last end of the sausage thing. So it wasn't a great star. And there was another piece of chicken. I don't know if it was with the sausage but it was the first things I had, and I thought that was good. But the sausage was just a little too hard, the bottom of that skewer. And I think it was just a little over cook for peace about for people who haven't been here, they are carrying around likes, like big skewers, big sort length skewers of their meats, and then they're carving them table side. And then you're you have these little tongs that you're supposed to use to take them off of which I was not able to master use my hand. You've lost yours at first I lost my tongs immediately. What happened? What the hell did you get? I don't know. We down a Tom. Yeah, I don't I don't use your tongs tongs. I don't know what you freak what you would do with them. But steal deals. The towns I feel like you stole the time to. He stole wish I had the bus them out right now. David Blaine reveal. Yeah. No, no. I, I don't know the tongs just as beard. I may have knocked them under the table or something or maybe the boss, I'm gonna blame saucer. But yeah, they give you a lot of meats right away. So the spicy pork sausage, and the chicken were the first to that the sport sausages, just garlic onion, and red chili into the chicken is in a beer and brandy marinade. What do we think of those, I, I like my sausage chart a little bit? And so I didn't get the end. I didn't get the end of the sausage tip of it that you got. I had more of the middle part of the sausage eating the tip, and found it quite juicy and firm and what I wanted out of it. I find was not mine was hard and small come on. What Nick nothing I was going to say I had a similar, the sausage was was one of the highlights because I did think some of the. The sidelight my sausage. Late later on where like on the dry side, but that this one did have some good moist bad sausage. The sad again, the chicken was great chicken was like chicken. There's nothing I feel it's really hard to mess up tickets you see kind of fell off the bone juicy. I got the end the bottom part of this. He fucked me over light, you guy that asshole. Okay. How is your bacon wrapped filet Mignon that was decent? See mine was not mind. Gritty piece. Like mine also. And I wonder if it because we were in similar spots on the table around the table..
"fogo" Discussed on Doughboys
"There was a lot, and I wanted to try to just I, I was with the Knicks, it that moment when I got up to the salad bars like oh, yeah. This is overwhelming. And it always is overwhelming, every time I go there because I'm like, what should I get? And what is even good of all this stuff? I don't know, theory is they want you to fill up on the salad bar before they bring the meat. Chipper salad bar and the bread that they bring you. Right. I also wanted to think like that there is like, kind of, maybe this idea that it's supposed to be a longer. Join out dinner like you. Don't Foget charter like pop in and have a quick bite. Right. And I think we all knew we had places to be. And so we got a little bit more. We're like, we need this islet bar. We need right? But as opposed to like, oh, we're gonna open up bottle, a one, we're going to have the salad, but having said that our dinner was two hours long already s on speedster mode. We, we were there for a little while. How long is the normal four hours? Four hour didn't kinda girl, you actually wrapped up our dinner Nick, and I were staring off to space. We get our check. For the listeners are was good waiter was like, I'm gonna go take a break. So someone else will take over your table. And then after a while I'm like, I don't think anyone knows to take over our table because no one else ever came. Just gonna disappeared. You go down a green pipe, Nick. I've got a Princess to rescue put an fucking. Quincy house. Shit out in your mom's bedroom price. So we've got a so like all the stuff you get from the sides. Oh, the side, you get from the fucking salad bar that market table. Here are some of the things I got I got the. I got myself some asparagus. I got myself some broccoli. I got an apple salad which was interesting. It was kind of like it was kind of a Kim to a tuna salad, but just like a sweeter version of it, like in terms of consistency. No, mayo and apples, like it was like I haven't. This before, like Karen raisin salad. It was similar to APPA with apples. It was not bad actually kinda wack. If you don't mind me saying, I tell you apples and mayo. Yeah. It was it was it was it was exactly mayo. But it was that kind of creamy about the carrot salad, so yeah. Coleslaw on with, with apples, and then got I got a bunch of shark kuri. They've got a ton of sharpshooter there's per Shuto salami. That's weird to me. I agree. Because you're gonna get so much meat already. Well, I wanna try it. It's there. It's part of the experience is bomb. Yeah. It was pretty good. It was good. Really? Honestly, the shark kuri might have been like. In a little bit better quality than the actual meat, you're getting like it was like it was like, really good, shark Otari. I'm in a bunch of different cheeses with a bunch of Anticosti. It's just a it's just a ton of stuff. I did get the Fogo fail. Fish WADA phase, WADA. Okay. So that's the thing about Portuguese supply, which we had our friend Philippa Brera who we know from from Twitter who designed the, the I'm the spoon, man. Gotta love me shirt. Wait. Is that what it says? I don't know. I'm this man who the hell are you? This taking down. Yeah. But he, he would know the he would you say these, these days in Portuguese, but I did have a little bit of that, that, that facial outta, and I thought it was pretty good. Kindle to kind of, like similar to a red beans and rice kind of like a hearty of filling thing. It's just like I was paralyzed by choice, mostly by that bar. There's just so much, but I think the food overall was good. I think it was like good quality stuff, any standouts from the from the market.
"fogo" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Are you go we have a that was a lot of sponsors today? But that just goes to show the support we're getting from everyone else all the viewers and whatnot. Thank you so much for doing that, you know, supporting our sponsors also help support the show. Yes. Absolutely. Also, supporting the patriot on actually help support me. You know, keeps us he got a raise because I got my race. And just wanted to everybody that did that patriot dot com slash the yard. We just posted a what the fuck is patriarch want and human a QNA. And then that's segment we do on there. And then also I think when this comes out on the Thursday, we'll be dropping the patriarch exclusive episode which only patrons can see at the patriots dot com. Plus base me aren't come to. Excel. Dan. Yeah. That was pretty good, right? Crushing? I don't know how to read. So I gotta go at the top. You know, it's hard to read I've been freestyle my whole life. What's that what I've been freestyle in my whole life. Good reader. I read well, see what it did there. Well, you're gonna say I don't wanna get into that off. Aladdin? When did you decide you're going to leading? I don't know. Why did you not tell them about? Because I just watched the the the old cartoon version. Okay. Not too long ago, which by the way the movies coming out, though, I know. Going to watch that too. I heard Aladdin on Broadway's Fogo flame, really mad fire. I saw Lion King in like Disney when I went, and I was actually part of the show. You're in it. Yeah. How'd you do? So wait. It's actually a cool story. So we I went to Disney, and they have surprisingly, don't you cry? Disney. Dude did right here. Yeah. Cheered up a Disney get crowded Disney..
"fogo" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Old tiny map from fifteen hundreds and he discovers this narrow strait that passes through to the Pacific Ocean, which today bears his name, the Magellan strait. It's not the well. I don't think it's the Ferdinand Magellan strait. I think it's just the Magellan strait, yeah. Sorry for an end. We didn't include that, but you do have a great story about a cow named after you. Okay, anyway. So to the south of this lies the TRL twig. Fogo which is, oh my gosh, this the early geographers assumed to be the edge of the southern continent of South America. So Thira del Fuego. We've talked about this before, it's what does it called the something of I know, obviously a fire, forget the name of it. It's like it has specific thing because it's it's governor Cannock activity in the ring, the ring of fire, Johnny cash. That's what it is. The ring of fire. Very cool. So fifteen nineteen for image l. and goes a little bit south, right, right. And at this point for. The majority of cartographers in the majority of map makers we know of they were ranging into what would be called terrain cognito yeah. If you've ever seen pictures of an old map or if you were fortunate enough to have seen very old map in person at a museum or in like the home of a wealthy eccentric, then what what you'll see is after a certain point, there's a blank space in you might see like a sea serpent. Then you'll see some kind of warning that translates roughly to something like here be serpents. Yeah, because no one knew no one entity for for me. It's like the fog of war. If you're playing a video game or something, and you have a mini map a map setup. You can only see what you've explored so far and the rest of it's just who knows the windows, but that was what humans were going through in real life. And so in fifteen seventy eight, many decades later. Francis Drake. Yes, that Francis. Passes through the straits Magellan only defined himself blown significantly further south than the intended due to a big storm in the Pacific. And this event proved that terra del Fuego was separated from an east southern continent, and you could therefore sale around tear del Fuego. If the wind was at your back and you had good fortune, this particular passageway came to be known as the Drake passage, and this has nothing to do with anything. But after ask, do you think these guys were naming this stuff after themselves like saying, I discovered this, therefore it's, you know, like the the Frederick canal..
"fogo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Over forty years of musical history at the premiere of straight cranking out Fogo documentary at the Lincoln theatre twelve north west on September tenth from six to ten PM come in black and white. Music genre and recording artists. Don't crying a documentary. Cranking premier dot slashed dot com. After two weeks in our college football. Hickam Megan, and I are one in one Mr. T is o n two perfect collectively as a team, and it is a team effort. We're not doing too good. Three wins five losses. Knows of you at home don't know how you're doing. But we do let you grade your own papers just play along for the fun of it. Here we go with four college football games for this weekend of interest. I just throw a whole bunch of games into a hat and draw out. Don't want you thinking, you know, that I'm like looking at the easy stuff for myself. We'll start with me show. You that? I'm not getting the easy stuff tomorrow night number twenty two U S C is in Austin against Texas. Could do you think is favorite UCSE, Texas by three and a half? Really? Yes. Which once again shows how difficult my pick is. Yeah. Well, let me call a friend charity. What should I do? I think he should have faith and go, Texas, minus three and a half. Yeah. I can't take USC play lost to Maryland. Turnaround. They almost gave a game away last week to Tulsa, I know USC loss to Stanford. I'd like to pick Texas, but I'm a gambling, man. And the money says US taken number twenty two USC and the points. Well, now move to Megan. Houston is at Texas Tech in Lubbock. You can have Houston minus one or the red raiders in a whopping one point. Did he go Houston? You're gonna take Houston minus one that works at the end of the game. You said crack the point from Houston score. Okay. Mr. T number twelve L S U on the road at number seven Auburn. Both are undefeated Auburn minus ten that means auburn's favored by ten points. You can have the Tigers and ten or the Tigers minus ten I'll take the Tigers minus ten Charlie. Okay. So you're taking Auburn. Yeah. Minus ten and then we come to miss McCurdy. Colorado state is in Gainesville against the Gators. Colorado state beat Arkansas last week thirty four to twenty seven Florida lost at home for the first time in thirty nine years to Kentucky. Florida is a twenty and a half point favorite. So Florida minus twenty and a half or Colorado state plus twenty and a half, Florida, minus twenty and a half. Okay. Last week. I thought you made a bonehead move..
"fogo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Let me think about this i am i've got it down to two two different countries so you know to the critics of of america i would say this when you were were faced with disease and starvation the americans brought food and medicine when you had earthquakes and soon nominees and floods the americans came and help you and when you were threatened from outside the americans left the safety of their own homes to come and defend you i will never apologize for the united states of america yeah we were first second israel delegation composed of experts in treating burns respiratory diseases and injuries left for this morning from israel to help the victims of this fogo volcano the team was sent out by the prime minister's office and they did actually i receive a request from the president of guatemala jimmy morales cabrera the united states didn't wait for a request they immediately sent down a delegation because that's what we do that's why dunker hunt duncan hunter would never apologize for america and neither will i although i will never forget the apology tour that the last president took all over the world apologizing for a country that shows up first i don't know if you've seen any of the footage of this ash this is a horrendous horrendous site in guatemala i mean if you've ever been to pompeii and you've seen the figures who are coated in there you know many of them in a fetal position they were actually photographs like that coming out of guatemala people who were covered in ash deceased and it was very haunting for me and that's the kind of stuff that you know people have faith like me we we've read about all this stuff happening you know worth quakes and diverse places in volcano cash and you know all of these things so just just makes me even more sure that this is this is very much like those times that that are written about in the last book of the bible aren't they and when you look at the.
"fogo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"June of guerrillas how could there be a better name than gorilla monsoon like how could you people be so wrong about this what is the matter with you people the undertaker cannot be a better name than gorilla monsoon among soon not assume nami not a storm not a thunderclap a damn monsoon of guerrillas and say haystack calhoun flachau not as impressive as a month soon of guerrillas stacy's donlevatar show with stugatz on the ticket join us for dance father's day fiesta june fourteenth that fogo to show miami beach you'll get to meet dad gear mo and new fathers roy and chris along with other ticket personalities just registered the ticket miami dot com for a chance for you and a guest to enjoy launch a fully loaded swag bag yeah a little before midnight june twelfth register aids dance father's day fiesta at fogo chow from your friends at seven ninety two ticket mike you see here we're getting a lot of texts that golick or winco just did the adleman bit where adnan virk did he interrupt your call your call your your hit with golick or window they were doing like doing things where i just like go finish doing a read and i just came in and finished my steve kirk take and then went onto drain on greens a hall of famer and then they just kept putting an ad in as well so it was me adnan me add an me adnan so yes they still are mature and doesn't i don't like this because i'm going to have to strongly worded email talk to somebody who was this.
"fogo" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Yeah yeah i do and i have heard oceans eight oh i don't want to hear that well we'll find out news and and i cannot but when i saw that that right up i thought how do you get this many superstar actresses and just fumble in a fairly successful franchise who doesn't like a good heist movie right seems like they'd be great yes not anyway at nine fifteen anyone we peak for the week all right if only rosen's coming after guy for nothing we can do today shine fifteen true we should give up right we're gonna just take a break for a while play music will come back at nine fifteen you got it a little bit of fogo isn't a bad thing they say people who do it actually tend to make better decisions but of course it can be paralyzing and often is right where people don't choose anything because they keep thinking there's a better this is dating life right modern line is a human i have fota what's of doing anything do anything voda voda are you talking about you're going to do but i didn't wanna go venetia data but data well even went on there i'm afraid they're gonna make me do stuff like just the house all day read a book walk on the beach i don't know i don't want to do anything but you're doing it.
"fogo" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Coming up in the next ten minutes here this morning from the people who brought you foam oh which is missing allah comes fogo think about it we'll tell you next really music moan hey the feeling house on love the way you move the way like you the lauren who the wait me thank you companies need linden.
Arrest made in fatal Rogers Park fire
"The us air force is helping to transport six guatemalan children injured by the fogo volcano eruption to a texas hospital for treatment guatemala's government had requested the humanitarian airlift through its us embassy jose louise is with the us southern command which is directing the mission glad in this case to be able to assist these six children at sadly and tragically were or so badly affected by the volcano we hope with the support from shiners hospital that they will be able to get the treatment they need at least seventy five people have died since the recent volcanic activity there began with the death toll expected to rise chicago police how the person in custody and a spokesperson says charges are pending it connection with the early morning fire yesterday in a rogers park apartment building that investigators believe was intentionally set at least believe the person being held as to one caught by surveillance cameras at the site of the fire shortly before it started on the back porch of the building on the seventeen hundred block of west maria silva died shortly after she jumped from the top four of the four story building before firefighters could reach her fire department paramedics transported another woman weiss memorial hospital for treatment of smoke inhalation bob roberts newsradio one on five point nine fm as.
Senate, Guatemala and Talmadge Magnolia discussed on Jay Talking
"Terms for all those senators out a third of the senate were up for reelection is that they're going to have to spend time on capitol hill that they were hoping to spend back in their home states campaigning for reelection the death toll is at least seventy in guatemala's fogo volcano eruption nearly two hundred people still missing and the search for survivors slowed by the threat of the volcano erupting again officials say the seventy two hour window for finding survivors has been closing why he's big island tourism's taken a big hit from the killer way of all keno eruption and there's no end in sight more homes destroyed by lavish flows tuesday state civil defense administrator talmadge magnolia slow moving flood nothing stops it and the direction it goes it's it just keeps continuing its march to the ocean finally got there and you can see how it's it's move last report i got his point seven of a mile into the ocean host hotel has been chosen for next week's summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un in singapore the capello hotel known for its luxury and impeccable service more secluded than most military says it was.
Death toll 25 in Guatemala volcano eruption
"From npr and wbz you're i'm robin young i'm jeremy hobson it's here now rescue operations in guatemala which continued today after the fogo volcano erupted over the weekend thirty two hundred have been forced to evacuate at least sixty nine people have died and we're seeing horrifying images of the scene here's reporter mark stevenson of the associated press several of the stunning images are the myriad ways in which people died in this rumps and some were burned to death when buildings were set of flame by fast moving flows of lava clouds and then the most terrible thing is that the ashes mixed with water and sent it flows of what appeared to be steaming mud down the river valleys and dan the creeks even reached as far as the capital guatemala city twenty five miles away from the volcano ruediger escobar wolf is a vulcanologist at michigan technological university he's a native of guatemala and joins us on skype ruediger welcome and i just tell us about frago this is what's called a bellwether volcano well frankly it's a very typical strata volcano that has a lot of frequent eruptions it has been active since there are written records standish colonial occupation of guatemala and it and it has continued to the present so it has been erupting continuously since one thousand nine hundred nine and in the last few years since about two thousand fifteen it has had about a large russian per month so it it has had a very high level of activity and that's also partly contributing to this tragedy but when was the last time it had a major eruption are one that is like the one we're seeing now probably in october nineteen seventy four that was probably an eruption of comparable size to what we saw yesterday is this volcano different than the one that we've seen erupting in hawaii yeah it is very different hawaiian volcanoes in this particular case till away i usually produces lava flows in this eruption there were also some explosive events in but it mainly produced lava flows it produces some some ashby very rarely at least from what we know produces this kind of pyroclastic flows which is the deadly phenomenon that caused all the deaths were there any warnings for frago we know that in hawaii they were having earthquakes a lot of earthquakes.
Atlanta officials reveal worsening effects of cyber attack
"Nearly one hundred twenty since he ruptures began more than a month ago hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge mac no it's like a flood just pouring out covering everything is bath just incredible what it's doing lakes is no stopping there have been no fatalities stemming from the kellaway eruption but in guatemala the death toll from the eruption of the fogo volcano is climbing disaster officials now say sixty nine people have died the city of atlanta still dealing with the aftermath of a cyber attack in march city officials initially insisted there were no impacts the public safety but georgia public broadcasting similarly cureton reports some police evidence has now gone deleted years of archived footage from dash cams which record traffic stops atlanta chief of police erica shields told a local tv station w sp anything recorded before the ransomware attack disappeared and that will not be recovered so that could compromise potentially a dui case if the officer's testimony is not where it needs to be it could also make it more difficult to investigate police use of force the chief says other investigative tools like officer body camera footage were not destroyed the city is spending more than five million dollars to deal with the aftermath of the attack and rebuild it cybersecurity systems it didn't pay the hackers a fifty thousand.
United Nations, Witness Tampering and Tampa discussed on BBC World Service
"Bbc world service right here on wnyc am anna from new york still to come on the forum more on the three hundred year old story of the piano how in the nineteenth century it became the drawing room instrument of choice and the mainstay of as performances how in the twentieth century its versatility meant it was embraced by the new music of jazz rock and roll and pop so with me my guess elena rajko can hamilton and stuart isa cove so stay with us we'll be back after the news summary news with jonathan is odd the first funerals have taken place in guatemala people killed by the violent eruption of the fogo volcano ceremonies were held for several members of the same family sixty nine people are now known to have died but many others missing president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort has been accused by the us special counsel robert muller have tried to tampa with potential witnesses in his investigation mr mueller is looking into allegations of collusion between russia and mr trump's presidential campaign but the alleged witness tampering relates to a tax case against mr manafort the united nations says less than ten percent of the plastic ever made has been recycled according to the un report up to five trillion plastic bags are used worldwide each year with china the biggest source of plastic packaging waste while.
Guatemala, Fogo Volcano and Hawaii discussed on 24 Hour News
"In the cert and the search for survivors continues following a volcanic eruption in guatemala here's corresponded with johnson violent eruption of guatemala's fogo volcano has resulted in at least twenty five deaths this morning including three children at least three hundred others injured a five mile stream of red hot lava exceeding seven hundred degrees flowing through towns they're black smoke in ashram down everywhere in this catastrophic crisis so far more than three thousand people have been evacuated in hawaii flowing lava from mckelway volcano is isolated some communities in hall national guard airlifted three to safety three people that is to safety yesterday two people have been hospitalized in critical condition following a fire in queens early today nine firefighters were treated for minor injuries fire began about two am and a vacant home on forty first avenue in flushing but squatters were reportedly inside because of the fire under investigation it is said to be suspicious wins news time one twenty four researchers are reporting an advancement in the fight against pancreatic cancer i found patients with that cancer that hadn't spread lived substantially longer on a four chemotherapy drug treatment called full fear knox then on the single standard cancer drug gems are a study of nearly five hundred patients in france and canada found twothirds given full fear inox were alive after three years versus half of those given the other drug experts say it could be practice changing for a small group of patients whose pancreatic cancer is diagnosed early enough to be removed by surgery the results were reported today at a medical meeting in chicago our committee and the new jersey state assembly voted to approve the state's propose sports betting law under their bill the tax rate will be set at nine and a quarter percent for person vets casinos and racetracks thirteen percent for bets taken online panel in the state senate will consider the proposal later this afternoon wins news time one twenty five you work all day then go home and make dinner that's not fair because making your dinner that's.
Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena
"Rush poetical and backlash possibly trigger and possibly impeachment trigger proceedings impeachment proceedings the president tweeting the after president a leaked tweeting memo after from a leaked his legal memo team from over his the legal weekend team mr over the trump weekend is also calling mr trump the appointment is also of calling the special the appointment counsel of the special unconstitutional counsel unconstitutional a ruling just a in ruling from the supreme just in court from the supreme on a seventeen court year old on undocumented a seventeen year old immigrant undocumented who had an abortion immigrant who had while an she abortion was in federal while custody she was in last federal year custody the high last court year has thrown the high out court the has lower thrown court out ruling the that lower allowed court the procedure ruling that allowed over the procedure the objections over of the the objections trump administration of the trump administration former president bill former clinton president says bill he clinton did the right says thing he during did the the monica right thing lewinsky during the monica scandal lewinsky he spoke scandal about the metoo he spoke movement about on the metoo nbc's movement today on show nbc's would today be an issue show because would people be an would issue be using because the people facts would instead be using of the facts instead the imagine of facts the if the facts fact for the same if day the facts i wouldn't for the same clinton day i wouldn't promoting the clinton new novel promoting co the authored new novel with james he co patterson authored with james there's patterson been a new explosion there's been a at new guatemala's explosion fogo at guatemala's volcano fogo after volcano yesterday's eruption after yesterday's killed at eruption least twenty killed five people at least twenty many five people are still many unaccounted are for still unaccounted the bbc's for will the grant bbc's the will river grant of the five river is being discreet farther has boy been described witnesses by i witnesses molten lava a molten coming lava down the mountainside coming down the mountainside has gone through villages has gone and through villages residents and weren't and able to residents get away weren't able in to time get away that homes in time were engulfed that homes were engulfed and that's principally the and cause that's principally of the the.
"fogo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And weather together on the eighth every ten minutes on news radio seven eighty five point nine fm the board game monopoly the topic of the smart quiz question coming up here in a few minutes nice day sunny breezy pleasant high of eighty degrees tonight's low sixty chance of rain overnight tonight towards dawn and then maybe some rain tomorrow morning fiftysix at o'hare and midway airport now in waukegan it's just fifty three going up to eighty today wbz news time six twenty one our top story this hour rescue crews in guatemala or searching for survivors after a volcano of volcanic eruption spewed lava and suffocating ash officials say at least twenty five people are dead and more are still missing the fogo volcano is located about twenty five miles southwest of the capital we'll have much more on this story coming up at six thirty one woman says she went to a chicago car wash and a worker stole her car the fifty seven year old woman told chicago police a sixteen or seventeen year old boy drove off in her two thousand thirteen blue hyundai santa fe saturday morning at around eleven am while she was having it cleaned abc seven reports the woman and her husband were about to tip the employees of aqua clean car wash near seventy eighth in western who was drying it when he jumped inside she tells the station she was told the boss was out of the country and the business only have a teens name and number and that he had been hired the day before antsy hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm congress returns to work today lawmakers in the house are facing a showdown over immigration while senate republicans are trying to stop an all out trade war after president trump's decision to impose import tariffs on close us allies senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is threatening to cancel the august recess given the busy schedule ahead of the midterm elections this fall a federal appeals court here in chicago's ruled that the motto in god we trust does not amount to a religious endorsement so it's replacement on american money doesn't violate the us constitution the lawsuit was filed by a local selfdeclared satanist who argued the motto advocates have religious.
"fogo" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast
"Correct we are not the dependent on any cloud provider or metric election or trason beckoned we collect data from your app or your services or frameworks in winter agnostic way and then export them to specific beckons so it can run anywhere and against any of the supports it beckons beckons do support currently the support is depending on the language because lots of exporters our work in progress fogo we support zip kid stake driver and rieger of tracing prometheus and survivor monitoring metric election can you also tesla more about the work that you do yeah i was actually about to like it a little bit of to the question of what do we do in terms of metric collection ms morgan mentioned that we are in a general purpose library so you can collect metrics on the measures you define it could be related to your business cases such as the number of transactions if you're up in pavement provider or number of you know videos process if you are generating gifts from you know videos but on top of that we have some canonical metrics for protocol such as h e p and rpc frameworks such as you know latency distribution or request or response is in i think that's where oakland sense is becoming more powerful because all these frameworks can expose this canonical metrics and you just plug them to our exporter and get them out of the box without doing much sounds like a good reason why you only use something like open census rather than just pushing data straight to something like steck driver theus or something like that it's it's giving you tools above and beyond what the what the back end you provide also give you their again represented in the back end somehow but gives these frameworks to actually instrument without depending on any vendor and it's very powerful no framework can be open enough to say that i'm just going to be.