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Equine Forum - July 4th 2020

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:08 min | 1 d ago

Equine Forum - July 4th 2020

"Poll question, which so many of you are taking time to vote on today on our twitter feed at HR, n., and of course on our facebook page as well was who wins. Today's met Mile Pretty Simple, and we gave you the three favorites code of honor, Vico Mackenzie or other in if you choose. Choose other. Please make sure that you specify well so far. It's pretty tight code of honor getting thirty seven percent of the vote that coma three percent Mackenzie just twenty three percent of the vote, no votes yet for Hog Creek Hustle but I have a feeling. That's WHO Vicki Foley would pick was voting on this particular poll this morning and she's with me now here on the horse racing radio, Network Vicky Good Morning. Good Morning. You know. Don't let that poll. Deter you hog. Creek hustled thirty two one on the morning line. How do we get done today? Well. He's training fantastic. You could ask them to be doing better. I know we're. We're up against the best of the best and We're hoping for a some fast fractions up on the front and So we can have a nice clothes. We'll be stocking and. Make that. Final run. Well I thought I would take you on a little trip down memory lane here. Vicki and look back to thirteen months ago at Belmont Park when this is the way it sounded with. Hog Creek Hustle storming down the stretch. Silver on top the leader by three quarters of length to Wendell Fong, here comes on his Bishoff, looming large on the outside, and the three of them turned for home with autism mischief, making them over the outside up strike silver Wendell fondness right behind them heartbreak, hustle on the move and clothing, nitrous step against the outside of these calls again to with Barranco but private various Cook, pre council nitrous outside. He's dude onto the line Hot Creek Hustle Act. That was nitrous buttle by Bourachot and strike sober a final time of one twenty one point one to. Hog Creek Castle came from the back of the pack that day Vicki I know you remember it well I. Just thought it'd be nice to take you back there one more time. What a performance that afternoon and hoping for similar again later today. Absolutely, It was amazing the race he ran that day and That's what we're hoping for today We're up against. You know we ran with three year olds last year. as we're. Having to step up. Of course in this race. And Seven eighths was his perfect. Distance and But we feel like he'll go the mile. And again we're just going to step back and make our final run down stretch. Yet you know it's it's interesting. Since that win the woody Stevens last June by the way this the last time that he found the winner circle. He's faced off with some heavy hitters. He hasn't really duct anybody He returns to greatest company after that second place finish as the favorite with allowance horses at Churchill. Why was this the right spot to put him in here today Vicky? Well we sit. Decided to go, you know thought that was the perfect place so allowance right? He hasn't had a win. spend Belmont. And? We thought that was the perfect five Unfortunately, unfortunately, like Tony Allen jumped up. And ran a heck of a racist day. We just couldn't run him down. And After they're just really. Aren't any what knee other places to really to run. And we were hoping to run a keeneland. Believe! They had the Commonwealth there back. Before everything shut down seven eighths of a mile, which was going to be a perfect spot. And they for some reason didn't bring that race back. For their short meat. So and Our owners. We just decided that we we wanted to go. We didn't want to run six anymore. Or six and a half. And we feel like that. that. He deserves this opportunity. To and we know, he loves racetrack. And again He. Loves the. Sweeping turn. And we'RE HOPING TO HAVE A. Great performance today.

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"fong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

09:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"fong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"Ken Fong. Welcome to episode number two hundred and forty seven our special guests this week during pride month is Stephen J Kong Stephen is a taiwanese-american who was born and raised in Virginia Beach Virginia. He was very much growing up a closeted gay young man, who was a very active member of very conservative Chinese shirt, there in Virginia Beach, and this continued on through college who's very involved in campus, ministry and Bible Studies, and so and so forth, but eventually as you will hear in this episode He kind of figured out his sexuality, and he came out of the closet. He has the distinction of actually getting married early in this pandemic and again you'll get a chance to hear that story. he is a writer. But, also a filmmaker director. In Two Thousand Fourteen Policy Mike listed him as one of six Asian American filmmakers shattering America's agent film bias. He's funny. He's a bright and he's very engaging and I. Commend to you the conversation that we had. Couple things on my mind. This week as I. Put my thoughts together for this introduction. Today. I went writing as do on Mondays, most Mondays with my friend and podcast listener. Ashley we both have electric bikes and. Earlier during the pandemic during the shut in with my serious lower back, pain and hip, his pain, I mean I. Didn't I couldn't write for over a month and? It's It's been really great to get out again. We went writing from his home and We decided to kind of retrace our our tracks from last week, and we went all the way to Griffith Park which is. Amazing Park in the center of Los Angeles even has mountain range in at and. We decided to ride our bikes up this long. Really beat up road called garbage, truck, road, and literally garbage trucks use it. And! You know we're. We've got our power on and at the same time you know we're. We're pushing, but because we have this. Extra superpower. We're able to carry on a conversation. So you know there weren't a lot of people out there today we passed a few people. And then there was this long stretch where we didn't see anybody. Hiking or biking until up ahead we saw. These other two cyclists and they were all kitted out in jerseys and. And the you know the shorts and they're writing nice bikes and. You can tell that they were putting their effort into it. And you know we were just gaining on them and eventually. We caught up and passed them. It turns out that one of the cyclist recognized Ashley. From a group right that they've both participated in and so we got up to the Griffith Observatory and. Obviously! We got there before them. And then they arrived and these guys. You know they're older than both of us. One is seventy. The other ones seventy-three. They're in great shape I can't imagine. Grueling it would be to. A ride that. Long, UPHILL! Climb with non powered bikes okay. So, I was talking to the seventy three year old and he said. Hey you know what I'm seventy three I've been writing since I was thirty eight. I'm still used to younger people. Passing on long climbs like that, so you know that doesn't bother me at all, but when you guys passed us. On Bikes, and you guys not only past us, but you guys were just chatting away. You're having this conversation and that's never happened before and I was just I was just devastated. Until yelled. Hey, we're on e bikes. So anyway, I I thought that was kind of funny that. It's it's the fact that. The extra power that we have because of these electric motors in addition to our own peddling. GIVES US A. The the wherewithal able to actually hold a conversation all the way up to climb, whereas normally when you're doing under your own power is just like. It's all you can do just to breath. So. Hats off again to those guys. Almost ten years older than US and they're doing it under their own power, but I'm not trading in my powered bike for nothing and nobody. The other thing that's on my mind is. This week. The Friday at the end of this week is actually a scheduled meeting when my old church where used to be the senior pastor they're having their scheduled typical monthly meeting, and one of the things on the agenda for them is to decide now that it's been three years whether or not they believe it's okay for me to come back to the church just as a lay person you know. And You know in some ways when they first told me We're not gonNA. Have this meeting until three years from after you retire man that seemed like a long time, but here we are. Just days away from when they're actually going to have that meeting. and. You know my my feelings about it as I've shared a little bit before. This last year. Has Really changed. I, think before. The events of this year especially finding a church nearby that we enjoy. I think I would be in on pins and needles, just just like waiting with baited breath. What are they going to decide about my future? But now you know, it's just like I realized. That regardless of what they decide. I have decisions to make to. and. As I hinted at a couple of weeks ago. I just really feel like. It's it's just kind of a nonstarter for me if I'm going to show up anywhere anywhere. Where my very presence, a causes raised eyebrows or People to Huddle and need to have meetings and stuff I mean I. Understand. In this case, circumstances and conditions I. I was the senior pastor there for almost forty years. Well I was there for almost forty years, but. Still at this point in my life. I just like being able to show up. Be Who I am. And have people genuinely happy and not feeling concerned or upset or whatever, and in my own little way this experience a has. Especially this pregnant. This year is just give me a tiny taste of what my lgbtq friends. Especially those who like to go to church. They have to deal with all the time and That's that's no good night. That's that's a nonstarter so. I'm grateful that I've been able to. Have just a little bit of a taste of what that's like. 'CAUSE, it sucks. If you've never. Had An experience like that regardless of what we're talking about sexuality ethnicity politics. Marital status. Age. Unit name it right. Socioeconomic Educational, if just showing up as who you are. Causes People to have meet and talk about that. That's just no good. And I get it, life can get complicated, but. They gym now. I think life is a lot simpler. And as lgbtq friends, whose Christian said to me, you know I'm just tired of people having opinions and being bureaucratic in needing all these things that people in groups tend to do. As a Christian I just want it more simple and just. Be More like Jesus. Jesus was all about love and welcome and inclusion and hospitality and. You know. Why can't we just be there? Wow that makes way too much sense to me now. So anyway brick grateful for that. Okay enough about me. Now you get to listen in on a very fun conversation with Stephen, J cooke..

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Rocky Pendergast Catches COVID-19 While Partying With Celebs in Prank Call

The Howard Stern Show

04:48 min | Last month

Rocky Pendergast Catches COVID-19 While Partying With Celebs in Prank Call

"I'm happy to say. Corona virus hasn't slowed down rocky at all. In fact, like a lot of Americans, rocky doesn't give two shits about social distancing at all. He Yeah. He here he is. He's calling Kathy from his favorite club on our Lago. He tells her golden all these night. Meaning he surrounded exclusively by celebrities in their eighties and nineties. He tells her. They're spitting in the face of covid nineteen. Also listen carefully in this call for a cameo by a sped up. Jd. Har- Meyer as Fong the caterer. Right all right. So here we go. Sit Back, relax. Have some fun. But in the meantime. Let's see we have. On the air that would really love to talk to us. Hello, you're on the air with live. Pass A. Cats KEEPING THE GAS JOE. John. O. Voice very familiar. Well, honey i. m just ask, how are you? Most unfair. Didn't get together. Cooled and oldies nights. I'm here with a Bevy of living legends. FAMOUS TO JANNATI LIVING IT, up. Reading in the face of the dreaded Koby, nine. How. All of you feel about this pandemic. That's gone. I truly do not understand it. Take more than. Virus STOLPA obviously. Because I do love parties. Cafe if you only see the famous faces, why just in front of me? I see Larry King. Run Amazing at ninety seven years young. It's gone. Let you know Maria believe of legends. She is Betty, White York. Hi I'm betty white hello passing Regis Philbin. Am Fine. How are you less my so at age eighty eight ship, Desmond Tutu oh fantastic to be here. And no Awwa, Talk Assey and Lens Berry. Adron. Inspiring Coal Midst. Me Poitier Oh. Man Come on down it's. His right himself. Clock Oh. Pleasure to meet you my goodness. How are? The names Golden Alton Kathy. About enjoyed Hans lead calm. You're doing a what. They. All My. Cope. This Case. Oh What have you have you talking? Matica. Won't turn off the. All my goodness. All of a sudden. Looks like some of the. Others having trouble breathing. Sweden smashed all. Relate to. Door? Wide. Rocky We're talking to. Oh. Sorry. So. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Hello. Oh my i. hope he's okay. He really had a cough. All of you listeners please excuse that disturbance. I have no idea that interruptions I have no idea. But do you believe? In the power of prayer, Have faith. You're listening to live with Kathy. Avoid. in Asia and And encouragement. What a delivery

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Improving Customer Relationships with John Vuong

How I Built It

07:14 min | Last month

Improving Customer Relationships with John Vuong

"Hey everybody and welcome to another episode of how I built it. The podcast that asks. How did you build that today? I am talking to John. Fong the founder and owner of local. Seo Search and we're going to be talking about the importance of communication and relationship building especially during this time when as we record this there is a global pandemic are staying at home so even more important to have to think about these things. John How are you today? I'm doing great. Thank you for having me Joel. I'm excited to be here and share some insights with your audience members. Yeah absolutely thanks so much for coming on the show you reached out and I thought that this would be a very timely conversation considering everything that's that's happening so why don't we get right into it. And why don't you tell the listeners who you are and what you do perfect so I started agency in Twenty. Thirteen called local. Seo Search my primary goal is really to help. Small medium sized businesses with their digital footprint making them become more visible online transition for from more of the bricks and mortar traditional retail outlet to more of a visible online presence and I primarily just focus on search engine optimization which is a natural listings for business owners to be found on Google. Gotcha Gotcha so I suspect you might be seeing an uptick in a at least interested parties right now. Is that a fair assumption. Yeah so we have seen quite a few increase. The problem is there's a lot unknown right and because Seo's more a long term play as opposed to paid ads where people can see immediate returns. A lot of the more established business owners are looking for more of a relationship play. That is more of a partner right and that's why I feel as yours. A great segue for relationship building in general. Yeah absolutely and I think it's probably a little bit more trustworthy to right because I know at least when I do a google search. I'll see the top two ads and then I'll think I wanNA know they're paying for that spot. Let me see what the first few Organic results are because those are the people who are actually putting in the work and making sure they're listed at the top. I'm a more technical guy so I don't know the ads must work but I just feel like doing it. The the more natural organic way instills a little bit more trust would you? Would you agree with that? Yeah so say you're the average consumer users tend to agree and tend to know that people are paying for those paid ads at the top. Because it's really pushing stuff at people right and you know what people like doing. As being in control. They liked searching and navigate themselves and doing their own due diligence and they don't like ads being pushed at them like facebook ads or instagram ads. Or whatever adds it is from flyers traditional to radio ADS THEY WANNA be control and Google gives them that platform where they can actually navigate at their own. Will if they don't like what they find. They revisit different terms longer tail. Whatever may be and really emphasize on what they're looking for right and yes the challenge is how do you get there right. So you have to really position yourself as expert and you have to fulfil what Google is looking for. What which is you know being the best resource or website for that given user. Who seeking you up so position yourself as a leader in your domain Gotcha. Yeah and and that makes a lot of sense right and I think that You know that that very act can help with good communication and relationship building because Seo Ally and correct me. If I'M WRONG. I'm not an SEO expert. I just like play one on TV A act of showing up is is really an incredible an incredibly important part of that right if you set up a website and just leave it there as a brochure site. It's not going to do too well but if you have a blog where you continually help people answer questions that they're looking for that. That's something that's going to help totally. So you got some of the measure aspects. I always bring it back to traditional media so say twenty years ago. Internet was even around. Google didn't exist right. And how did those business owners survived for hundreds of years prior to the advent of Internet right? So if you think about it all boils down to run a really good business. Offering a great product service and allowing people to either market yourselves like you got flyers newspapers directories or whatever may be but ultimately it's do good work build strong community relationships. And you know I'd really good strong values right so that people continue coming back to your loyalty brand awareness community all these things and if you do it well you're going to be around for many many years. If not generational business says would exist right because it's building that brand trust loyalty so now the advent of the Internet has come along and there's so many new avenues to really promote yourself right and the challenges which medium should you focus on. There's a lot out there from social media video to audio to you know infographics. There's a lot of different forms of content blog writing. So what should you devote most of your time and I always tell people focus on building a really good business ultimately conveying that message across in all different platforms but really understanding. What are you bringing to the table? What differentiates yourself really refine your art of taking care of your existing clients bringing on new clients. That are your target focused type of clients and harvesting more of those type of customers. And what you're really looking for. Is that long-term relationship so that they can spread the word they will send you more referrals and word of mouth but don't get too focused on being everywhere because you really need to focus really doing one thing at a time really well which is first off right a really good business take care of your clients make sure you have some sort of business model revenue in in place before you start amplifying that message across different platforms.

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Pastor Ken Fong on His Daughter's Evolving Relationship to Christianity

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

11:30 min | Last month

Pastor Ken Fong on His Daughter's Evolving Relationship to Christianity

"Wife and I when we adopted our daughter even before we became parents. We had made it. I think mental decision to not be tiger parents and more specifically when it came to religion that although we have a preference Both of us were raised as Christians. Well my wife doesn't come rechristened family. But she was going to church ever since she was a young kid We definitely WANNA raise our children that way but with the understanding that they had to kind of come to make a decision themselves at some point In order for it to have any meaning. And when you you know understand things that way you understand that your children as they grow older aren't always going to make decisions like you hope they will so our daughter now is twenty one and she's home studying online because of this shelter in place order so we're having some unexpected family time like every day that normally having a junior in college you sitting out of state you wouldn't have so we actually were talking last night over dinner and we were sharing with her some updates about kind of what. I was talking about and last week introduction Waiting to Kinda here the decision from the board of my previous church where I retired Whether starting this coming July with a review okay for me to return to the church or nut and Our daughter just blurted something out and she said well. I think this is a good time to share with you. That this whole thing with the Church Has already kind of really messed with my understanding of what is what things should be like and I guess I grew up thinking that church was a place of no politics and quickly corrector wherever. They're people guys of what they claim to be. There's always politics but does not have to be nasty but you know she just said well you know it's it's really soured me so e even if they say he can go back I'm pretty sure I'm not going back and not sure on that interested in going to any church right now. In fact I'm I'm kind of thinking more like an atheist. Now What's interesting is that You know she chose to go to a Christian liberal arts school and it's not like Bob Jones University or Liberty University with Jerry Falwell JR senior. It's a it's a pretty. I think moderately progressive school and yet. She has so many friends who she's met there. Who are atheists agnostics? And you know I. That kind of really surprised me. Like why would atheist or agnostic. Choose to go to a Christian College in. She was explained to me that well. You know maybe the This particular school has a program and some majors that are highly regarded. And so you know you go and you just kind of turn off to out all the Christian stuff you don't go to chapel. What have you and Most of our daughters closest friends are in that camp. Our daughter did say that she She still has an affinity to some of the essentials of the Christian faith. But she's really trying to figure things out you know if this is really her faith talk about the chickens coming home to roost for years and years. I did workshops on the development of of people's faith and just like our physical buildings develop over time like if you threw a fastball at three year old and an expected here she'd have the physical coordination to catch it. That would be cruel and unusual. It'd be child abuse. If on the other hand you know the person is thirty. Years old and you throw a fastball. They should have some capacity to catch the ball. They have developed physically and the same kind of thing goes with like intellectual capacity unless some kid is a genius. You know you don't bother teaching them higher math or world geography. You know when their third graders but or even philosophy but you know when they get older that there's more of a not just a curiosity I think there's a there's a building of the brain to actually manage more complex thinking and I found over the years that the same is true for how spirituality and so Lattanzio taught you know there's four identifiable stages of our fake develops the first ages. Imitative so this is where you know. Let's say you're born into this family and it's a Christian family and you could be religion right Guy Christian family and so without knowing what it's all about without exploring it for yourself because you're little you just imitate but rebels is doing and especially when you're a baby. I mean they just put you in the armed put in the stroller and they take it to church or temple. Or what have you and you see? People Bother head so you buy your head. See PEOPLE CLASS THEIR HANDS? Either you see them do the incense. Whatever happens in that particular religion and that doesn't make it fake for that person. It makes age appropriate to be imitating you get to a stage Maybe in later. Elementary School no Middle School. Where it's adoptive and so now there's enough capacity to think to consider so you now can choose if you will to adopt the beliefs and practices that you were initially in imitating now a lot of people a lot of us if we go on these kind of spiritual journeys we kind of stalled out either. Stage one imitative or stage two adoptive and so some people. Just just keep going through the motions imitating everything. That's going around them imitating the beliefs. The stated positions. What have you without giving it much? Second thought or they just get stuck in adoptive and so they're choosing this but they've never kind of thought about what else they might choose and this leads to the third stage of spirit veldman which again paralyzed parallels Brain capacity because usually around young adult time is when the brain is most able to deal with deep Complex sort of issues and this is called Searching individual so this is when the I think you know perfectly describes were daughters at offset your questioning things that you dated without question and you adopted pretty readily but now you're saying well. That was my parents that came from my church that came from whatever my peer group but Now I'm really wondering like what do what do I believe and It's it can be very lonely time. I mean no one else can go on this journey of a real searching and I think it's scary enough that some people put their toe in that uncharted water and they run right back to adoptive. Or Imitative and this could even be pastors and priests right and and leaders And I think it really shows over time if someone who's even in a leadership position in a religious capacity has not gone on this journey because their beliefs are pretty shallow. They haven't really come to own it which then leads into the last fourth stage which is owned faith gay and It doesn't necessarily mean that when you if and when you get through the third phase of searching that you're going to land back into faith that you originally started with you did start with one you. May You may. But you may find that. You're much more enamored of. Let's Jesus then the church you see now the church will all of its Hypocrisies and and so. You're much more focused on the person in the teaching of Christ or the Buddha. You know if you will Or You come through on the other side and you're you're just a straight up atheist or agnostic or you're going to try something else altogether so what what so. I definitely commend our daughter for being so forthcoming with us. And you know a lot of ways This is how we raised our daughters so that she has this space and this personal capacity to ask the hard questions of us and her faith and everything else you know. It's too soon to predict where if anywhere she's GonNa land but I just have to say that on this Memorial Day in twenty twenty. It's just fascinating to me that something a theory of development that I've taught for years and years and years is now coming home to roost. It's it's we've got our own living breathing. Human young adult who is is wrestling with these. And I'll tell you it is. It is scary when as a parent you still. Even though I've gone through my journey and I've owned in think my wife has to you still realize that part of the authenticity in the validity of believing these stages especially the third stage is truly give this person in this case your our child the freedom and the affirmation that she needs in order to do this without thinking. She's disappointing us. You Know I. I can't imagine how that must feel for someone who's Pastor's kid to right. It's not just having Christian parents. But you know retired pastor so that's just interesting update on life. I think parents who don't understand and others imposters who don't understand kind of how this development works. They see the phase at our young adult daughters in as running away like as discarding disbanding. And I think that's a mistake and clearly what she share with us. She's really wrestling with with some of the things that are still holding onto her but she wants to make it hearse and you know as her dad and pressure. My wife would agree if that's her goal is to land somewhere or she's not just going through the motions where she's not just mouthing things that she's been raised hearing all the time that's worth that's worth the struggle and we're going to walk with their way with her.

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"fong" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"fong" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Does the build right? It caches the artifacts. So now you have a cash. It's continuously being populated by the by the system. So that the next person that wants to go to a bill doesn't necessarily have to do full build anymore. They can pull an incremental out of the cash system that populated so now. Let's say you're building world and you only change one file and you only really have to chain do the bill for that one for the thing that you impacted. And everything else just pulled off the network. So that gives a much much faster development cycle time when you may have some large artifacts that have to be built. That's an example of where we took something off the shelf at it's very clear in the documentation yet supports caching. None of this exists so built in caching infrastructure. Behind it for me. That's the one prime example that comes to my mind that's like super simple to explain a pretty easy level okay so at this point your vp of infrastructure. Which means that. You're at the intersection of management and engineering. What's the hardest lesson that you've had to learn about management? I would say probably the same answer. A lot advantages would give giving up. Control is a hard lesson to learn and making sure that you can effectively give the right level of agency and autonomy to the organization at large especially that I started infrastructure when there was twelve fifteen people and now it's like two hundred plus people around two hundred people like that's like like I have a lot of historical state rate and so it's very hard for me sometimes to say okay. Yeah I know how that used to work right now like. I have some implicit assumptions about what's happening here. The overtime either. The wrong or better people have now taken the reins and understand it more completely or system just doesn't exist anymore and my assumption was incorrect. To start with so that for me is like a was always giving up control and letting the team go with it but at the same time putting in the right guard rails to make sure the right outcomes are going how has the company changed Operationally Sense Cova. The biggest operational changes are very very small from the engineering perspective. We didn't do anything crazy on limiting releases or anything like that for that front we left. You know what we tried to do is say like you know. We want to have as much business as usual on engineering side now operationally a big part of my role also is supply chain. That world has changed drastically. Direct supply chain paying me. Think January twenty fifth and he goes just twenty twenty. It's not going to be a normal year. This is going to be crazy and January. Twenty fifth mind you. I was like okay. I'll e like what's going on. And he's like well pretty sure we'll hunt is gonNA shut down and like just to let you know. There's second tier suppliers that we use that. Come out of some of the cities in and like. We're already starting to see delays. We're going to have to go into full sort of lake wartime mode to like keep track of all of this and a big part of what they do is they interface with a lot of our. Odium Zoe M.'S. And they make sure it's sort of like all of our rack delivery. All the server builds all the next generation equipment is like pint of materials right and so they had to go effectively into wartime mode in horror mode of okay. We're normally sourcing. I hear suppliers. We're dealing with you know down to sort of commodities like commodities management team. That's managing sort of d-ram. Ssd's hard drives thinking of chips right. They're handling that level of commodities. Now this new world that we're living in Post Cova. That's not where they have to stop. They actually have to think about okay. Power supply or sheet metal or lake rails that are going to go into Iraq that they normally take for granted. That's GONNA come from the supplier right. They actually have to look and make sure that all of that supply pipeline is actually there so last two or three months for me has actually been spending a lot of time in that world and I'm like super thankful to our partners that are out in the world that actually helped make all this happen because it is definitely supply chain global supply chain is not what it was six twelve months ago and that's actually been a big focus of mine for during covert is just making sure. We have contingency plans on the software side if there are capacity shortages on hardware saleability and these are things that even the cloud providers will see. This is not this is like macroeconomics. This is not going to be just because you're a certain size. Actually you will be impacted by this. This is that literally. Everybody is impacted by this. And so we've been spending a lot of time you know making sure that that's available and a big part of it is like the front work you have to do with the relationships with the suppliers and spending the time with them to make sure they understand the business that you're that you have. That's the postcode. World and infrastructure has been a big portion on supply chain side. It's amazing and do you feel like it's feasible for everybody to overcome the supply chain constraints or does it feel like the news is getting tighter. I feel very good about where we are today. There's nothing in the dropbox world ecosystem that I worry about on the supply chain side right now for us. We have line of sight for everything. Probably the next twelve to eighteen months feels pretty good. I say this today talking to you given cove it and the realities of the world and how it's changing. Will that answer change tomorrow? Maybe what we tend to do is look at this week over week and say okay. What's the week over week? Supply look like what's the commodity markets. Look like the teams are managing this basically twenty four by seven when you think about were on the west coast but you're having to manage the supply base in Asia. So they're coming online right when everyone here is going to bed. So there's like it's a continuous dialogue and we just have to stay on top of it. There's literally no other way to do this. That I know of inside Andrew. Thanks a lot for shipping. Really fun talking to you thank you. It was great to be here. Jay Frog Container Registry is a comprehensive registry supports docker containers and help chart repositories for your Kuban Netease deployments it supports not only local storage for your artifacts but also proxy registries and repositories in virtual repositories to simplify configuration. 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"fong" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:59 min | 2 months ago

"fong" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Let's say you're building world and you only change one file and you only really have to chain do the bill for that one for the thing that you impacted. And everything else just pulled off the network. So that gives a much much faster development cycle time when you may have some large artifacts that have to be built. That's an example of where we took something off the shelf we have to add. It's very clear in the documentation yet. Supports caching none of this exists so built in caching infrastructure behind it for me? That's the one prime example that comes to my mind that's like super simple to explain a pretty easy level okay so at this point your vp of infrastructure. Which means that. You're at the intersection of management and engineering. What's the hardest lesson that you've had to learn about management? I would say probably the same answer. A lot advantages would give giving up. Control is a hard lesson to learn and making sure that you can effectively give the right level of agency and autonomy to the organization at large especially that I started infrastructure when there was twelve fifteen people and now it's like two hundred plus people around two hundred people like that's like I have a lot of historical state rate and so it's very hard for me sometimes to say okay. Yeah I know how that used to work right now like. I have some implicit assumptions about what's happening here. The overtime either. The wrong or better people have now taken the reins and like understand it more completely or system just doesn't exist anymore and mice option was incorrect. To start with so that for me is like a was always giving up control and letting the team go with it but at the same time putting in the right guard rails to make sure the right outcomes are going how has the company changed Operationally Sense Cova. The biggest operational changes are very very small from the engineering perspective. We didn't do anything crazy on limiting releases or anything like that for that front we left. You know what we tried to do is say like you know. We want to have as much business as usual on engineering side now operationally a big part of my role also is supply chain. That world has changed drastically. Direct Supply Chain pigmy think January twenty fifth and he goes just twenty. Twenty is not going to be a normal year. This is going to be crazy and January. Twenty Fifth Mind You. I was like okay. I'll e like what's going on. And he's like well pretty sure we'll hunt is gonNA shut down and like just to let you know. There's second tier suppliers that we use that come out of some of the cities in and we're already starting to see delays. We're going to have to go into full sort of lake wartime mode to like keep track of all of this and a big part of what they do is they interface with a lot of our. Odium Zoe M.'S. And they make sure it's sort of like all of our rack delivery. All the server builds all the next generation equipment is like pint of materials right and so they had to go effectively into wartime mode in horror mode of okay. We're normally sourcing. I hear suppliers. We're dealing with you know down to sort of commodities like commodities management team. That's managing sort of d-ram. Ssd's hard drives thinking of chips right. They're handling that level of commodities. Now this new world that we're living in Post Cova. That's not where they have to stop. They actually have to think about okay. Power supply or sheet metal or lake rails that are going to go into Iraq that they normally take for granted. That's GONNA come from the supplier right. They actually have to look and make sure that all of that supply pipeline is actually there so last two or three months for me has actually been spending a lot of time in that world and I'm like super thankful to our partners that are out in the world that actually helped make all this happen because it is definitely supply chain global supply chain is not what it was six twelve months ago and that's actually been a big focus of mine for during covert is just making sure. We have contingency plans on the software side if there are capacity shortages on hardware saleability and these are things that even the cloud providers will see. This is not this is like macroeconomics. This is not going to be just because you're a certain size. Actually you will be impacted by this. This is that literally. Everybody is impacted by this. And so we've been spending a lot of time you know making sure that that's available and a big part of it is like the front work you have to do with the relationships with the suppliers and spending the time with them to make sure they understand the business that you're that you have. That's the postcode. World and infrastructure has been a big portion on supply chain side. It's amazing and do you feel like it's feasible for everybody to overcome the supply chain constraints or does it feel like the news is getting tighter. I feel very good about where we are today. There's nothing in the dropbox world ecosystem that I worry about on the supply chain side right now for us. We have line of sight for everything. Probably the next twelve to eighteen months feels pretty good. I say this today talking to you given cove it and the realities of the world and how it's changing. Will that answer change tomorrow? Maybe what we tend to do is look at this week over week and say okay. What's the week over week? Supply look like what's the commodity markets. Look like the teams are managing this basically twenty four by seven when you think about. We're on the west coast but you're having to manage the supply base in Asia. So they're coming online right when everyone here is going to bed. So there's like it's a continuous dialogue and we just have to stay on top of it. There's literally no other way to do this. That I know of inside Andrew. Thanks a lot for calling the Shipman. Really fun talking to you thank you. It was great to be here. Jay Frog Container Registry is a comprehensive registry supports docker containers and help chart repositories for your Kuban Netease deployments it supports not only local storage for your artifacts but also proxy registries and repositories in virtual repositories to simplify configuration. 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"fong" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

11:59 min | 2 months ago

"fong" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So as dropbox moved off the cloud. You moved into Colo's and I realize he's still have a cloud presence at this point but one interesting question about the Colo's is you have to determine where to put them geographically you have to determine your requirements for geographic placement and then you have edge infrastructure as well which. I guess you also have. Cdn's that you're using aside from those. Colo's I I assume in the edge infrastructure yes. We have three different types of way of serving traffic. The high level we have data centers. We have pops and then we have some CD's that we leverage as well so there's three different layers of this. We have a publications globally. We have data centers domestically and then we leverage. Cdn's for some of the content that makes more sense from a cd-rom perspective. Think about sort of Java script and things like that I think we do client distribution as well through some of the NHS where their global reach is actually maybe significant not significantly more than our edge network breaches like last mile a little bit better than our edge network would reach and tell me a little bit about geographic placement there. How do you determine where to put these Colo's so from a data center perspective when we first started doing magic pocket we looked at having data centers? Roughly wanted to have three copies of the data. So we needed to have three different geographic locations. We wanted to look at everything from latency is a big part of it network connectivity. That's available to be part of it. Power cost the big part of it when you're building this out. Here's sort of interesting tidbit of things that we thought about were okay. If I'm going to pick a location and in the process of building this out we're going to be doing it in the winter. We want to do it in Chicago. Answers probably know from a business perspective. You're going to have to deal with like snow delays. You'RE GONNA have all of that. So that was one of the things we thought about. What will it take to actually do this in the time? Sort of where we can textually from like years. Well you know it's not like it's one of the inputs is not the only input right and so those are some of them. We actually have a checklist. It's probably four or five pages of sort like what are the attributes. Were looking for in a data center because it's both geography that's one cut and then there's within that geography. Do you have the constraints on the buildings? Support the types of things you're looking for so for example for us a storage rack currently probably as much more than this. I remember we did it. All hands maybe five or six years ago I think the number we came up with like twenty two hundred pounds twenty five hundred pounds so it's like a little bit more than a Prius. The -nology we used is like the weight of a single store ATTRAC- well some raised floors. Don't support that. So that makes a difference right so then you have to pick like a provider that's actually going to be able to provide you a race floor. That actually has the right characteristics or doesn't have a raised floor and as overhead rate. So these are the things that go into it. It's not just geography right. We can do some cuts around geography and say okay. We don't want to be in the path of a natural disaster. So let's pick a go. That's outside of the bay area ultimately for some blocks. Let's picketed geography that's central the country. So that gets you sort of in the mid West. Let's pick something on the east coast like you can cut it that way. That's a quick first and then there was this okay. What are the characteristics of the facilities that we need to have because that drove so much more of sort of decision making long-term because from a network perspective that you can find some usually pretty good cities and then you sort of what are you picking from a facility inside that city sort of a roundabout answer? But there's a multi variable problem for US got it. And can you tell me about networking so? I'd like to learn about networking between data centers as well as networking within a single data center between data centers. So we have our at a high level. We have an edge network. Roughly pops this is you can think of this as points of presence around the world this is last mile or not really last mile last mile for us to the user. So we're we're GONNA do handoffs to other providers and take on transit that allows us to reduce latency because we can do effectively long-haul connections that are persistent for us. So we don't have to pay the startup costs over and over again. So that's from a client's perspective. We have that works just like your typical CD would work a lot of ways then what we have on top of that is our data centers internally the US we have some data centers there now. We've had multiple iterations of internal data center fabric. The original fabric was of a to post doctoral typical startup. Feel where everything's comes back to the core. We have cinch evolved into a clause fabric. Networking team has deployed that. I think in all of our new facilities. That's been out for probably the last eighteen. Twenty four months gives us maybe even longer maybe thirty. Six months has gives us a much higher throughput between servers. So you're effectively able to utilize more of the cross sexual band between server to server. Try to stay at that altitude for for this. I don't know how much how do you tell you want to have on the network side? Don't know what the listener base looks like on that side fair enough what about. Dns How do you handle DNS DNS for us is handled in multiple ways? We've internal and S we have extra. Dns extra DNS. We sort of open question so I'll say we want to select DNS provider that allows pretty good redundancy in ability to fail over our sites in a quick manner rate so there has to be some characteristics we care about that internal DNS is actually we actually service discovery for almost everything internally. So it's less of a concern so we're not actually. We have fairly robust. I mean you have to run an internal. Dns infrastructure has to bootstrap but ultimately our services internally or talking to each other. We're switching over to to service discovery based architecture there anymore. I'm just trying to pick what you're looking for from an extra. Lds It's a fairly say ds for us is not anything. I'd say this special secret sauce. It's going to be. We want pick something. That's reliable something that gives us ability to have to fail over back and forth between DNS providers as well we look at saying we want to. We want to backed up case. The primary one is down all of those things play into it. I would say it's not necessarily something that I would say is like it's a fairly standard set up in our world totally make sense. So if I'm an engineer deploying a service within dropbox. What's my workflow? Is there an internal platforms like platform? Engineering setup am I just using? Aws what's going on there? This I can probably. I'll go a little bit more technically telling this a long long time ago. We made the decision that we did not want an engineer. Dropbox to know whether they're deploying on top of our cloud or any other public cloud and the reason for that was that from my perspective. Engineers are here. The company to produce product here to produce business value rate for an end user. And so we want to abstract this workflow notion of like I need to understand whether I'm on a dropbox computer versus aws computer versus GDP computer. It doesn't like at the end of the day. They're playing some code and they want to use it right like that's their goal so we made this decision not to have any type of infrastructure or any type of abstraction that required you to reason about this in any sort of meaningful way and so if I started the base level of machine management machine management has a very simple workflow. You can be installed some workflow. This life cycle of am I installed in the data center. I in repair have been repaired. Am I like being re like? There's some there's like a stateful stateful system that you can traverse the system and then on top of that we said okay we have to build cluster management. Dropbox has been around long enough that we'd started on our cluster management software. Well before mature I think Mesa said had some traction but not a lot we actually just said look are bounding constraint. Actually it was going to be memory and network. Bin Packing. Didn't get us a lot of value so we built some pretty simple abstractions and you'll find a theme and drop engineering around simplicity. We said look basically utilize a hundred percent of the memory hundred percent of the network before utilize a hundred percent of the CPU. So that's not something we can pack anyway so okay. What are we going to do? We're GONNA assist system that lets us manage machines very easily for end user and we will build a way that when you deploy in this you can just move a service from a machine eighty machine and you'll never have to know about it. Assuming you use our core libraries. So that was the intent now the way this all get operationalized and I mentioned before that we think about only having one of verses like of types of systems so we try to limit the number of programming languages we have we in production. Really you have two and a half three maybe four. If you Count Java we have go python a little bit of rust in a little bit of a Java and so we make very big investments in our core libraries inside of python inside of go and then we provide deployment systems and platforms that. When you build something you get an artifact that artifact is the same is generated by single build system for all of dropbox that builds Artifact the artifact goes into some into a deployment pipeline that appointment pipeline goes out to one of these machines. Which is this machine. Life Cycle which is managed by this cluster management software and so from an end user perspective. You have this one dashboard. Which says okay input my artifact Hash and then I pushed deploy and you can wire it up to have various types of canaries various types of called the states so you maybe you WanNa staging environment than you WanNa Canary Environment. Then you want the partial push to production the full push production. But it's all the same so I can go from team to team B two Team C at my workflow is exactly the same deployment. That's a great summary. And can you tell me more about internal tools at dropbox like with that emphasis on simplicity? What are situations where you whatever you could have taken off? The shelf wasn't sufficient and you needed to build something internally so we actually try to take a lot of things off the shelf. Good example of this probably the biggest cases comes to mind. The build system we use is called. Basil Basil is a open source system that Google uses effectively a fork of their internal system. And so we actually use Basil for our build system oversight artifacts now. Basil out of the box works. It lacks a lot of things you would need at scale. So example of this is we have to wire up cashing for it and intermediate build steps for it. So what this means is that if I go to push build. I- Basil can either build it self work and look into overcoat cash to see if this artifact if graph has been built before effectively. And so what we've done is we actually have had to build the caching structure for that. We had to build all the package management back in infrastructure for that so when I hit built at dropbox the build file will specify what all the intermediate targets etc etc and those targets. We'll get cashed out in the production. Sustain a production system for caching build artifacts now the next person. Let's go build something. What will happen is is that we'll see if any of those immediate things have changed if nothing has changed we'll just pull the cash version so we actually don't have to do a compilation of that again. So that allows developers have a much faster. Bill time on service at artifacts. Now the real power behind this is that when that's wired up to the build to the CI systems every time someone hits a Code Code Change. The system does the full integration. Does the build right? It caches the artifacts. So now you have a cash. It's continuously being populated by the by the system. So that the next person that wants to go to a bill doesn't necessarily have to do full build anymore. They can pull an incremental out of the cash system that populated so now. Let's say you're building world and you only change one file and you only really have to chain do the bill for that one for the thing that you impacted. And everything else just pulled off the network. So that.

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"fong" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:47 min | 2 months ago

"fong" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"SEC filings other large publicly traded restaurants disclose their receipt of PPP Fong's Carol's restaurant group owner of a thousand Burger King franchises well they still open for crying out loud maybe a drive through the potbelly sandwich shop chain J. Alexander's and jurists who she they all got millions of dollars in this the sushi chain mail dot chain announced that they will be returning the phone saying it's impossible to ignore the fact that our finances allow us to whether financial hardship for a longer period an independent restaurant on the do a so they've the what they do is they break themselves into smaller subsidiaries and call themselves a small business and they're not really and so that means a lot of the small businesses were getting the money so we're waiting for a vote on this thing we're also waiting for the president's speech scheduled to be at four forty five our time and we'll see how that goes you know in the meantime the it has been revealed that the Osama bin laden one to kill Obama because he thought the Joe Biden was totally unprepared to be president the would plunge the U. S. into a crisis this according to declassified documents forty five page documents seized during the twenty eleven raid that killed Osama bin laden and we're just now finding out about this in almost ten years later Hey is it was it was at the forty five big document refers bored by the Washington post in twenty twelve is now available in full along with hundreds of others from the rain so they've quietly made this public and now somebody thought to read it Osama bin laden road to al Qaeda deputy a T. avid I'll rock Amman the reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is the head of infidelity and killing him automatically will make biking take over the presidency Biden is totally unprepared for the post which will lead the U. S. into a crisis well there you go there's a ringing endorsement isn't we'll be back right after this special report coronavirus Oct change the house is approaching a vote on four hundred eighty five billion dollars in spending to restore the empty coffers for small business loans and pump more money into hospitals and testing in California governor Gavin Newsom says the state's death toll is up by a hundred ten in a single day disease killed more people in the state of California in the last twenty four hours than any previous twenty four hours vice president Mike pence is predicting the worst will be over by early June telling the Rush Limbaugh show each state will make its own decisions in the meantime we certainly understand that the fundamental liberties and the constitution don't disappear during a public health emergency we respect the freedom of speech of every American and as the president said here's our guidelines to the governors but I I I'm confident the governors around America are going to be listening to their citizens on Wall Street the Dow gained forty today I'm Jim Johnson these genesis diamonds W. T. M. traffic center forty west said also by got a crash there and also here to ed temple Boulevard at Dr Walter Davis Boulevard and injury accident there also twenty four west now wants Republican overturned vehicle in that area but looks like they got most of that off the side we are going to run into a slowdown is here at the downtown loop right around at twenty four where meat sixty five Jack Womack traffic every ten minutes every morning on super talk ninety nine seven WTM Hey it's from a vegan capital management weather center a cloudy sky the morning with a few lingering showers a low near fifty four this is chief meteorologist Lisa Spencer in the four warn storm center running a nice kick off to the weekend a partly cloudy sky afternoon high.

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"fong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"fong" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

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'Chinatown Rising' explores history, politicization of iconic neighborhood

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

11:49 min | 4 months ago

'Chinatown Rising' explores history, politicization of iconic neighborhood

Is high-potency THC linked to psychosis?

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:06 min | 7 months ago

Is high-potency THC linked to psychosis?

"A new report from USA today raises concerns about mental health risks willing to high potency marijuana products and the potential for psychotic episodes CBS is Jamie you could says more Madison Macintosh says less than a year ago he started vaping high potency T. H. C. after his lifelong dream to play professional baseball hit a dead end he says he used THC to get him out of his depression but in reality it was actually is putting me even with more so and the whole of the passion and unhappiness the twenty four year old says it got to the point where he was beeping multiple times a day up until March that's when his boss called his dad and step mom to see Madison was acting strangely but I started to talk with him in within thirty seconds I knew something was wrong like he was out of his mind at the hospital Madison's parents say doctors diagnosed him with cannabis induced psychosis I grew up in the seventies early eighties you never heard of cannabis induced psychosis what is that I looked at a kid who had everything going for him and I have to stare at Hammond sitting on a hospital bed with a sheet and a pillow in this room stark white Gino Donald co authored the USA today article titled in part is marijuana link to psychosis in the nineteen eighties the marijuana that anybody that smoked marijuana was using often had a far less than even ten percent THC content it is very common for people to be smoking something with ninety percent THC content now the article cites one study that found a seventy seven percent increase in suicide deaths in Colorado among ten to nineteen year olds with marijuana in their systems it is not clear and may never be clear whether cannabis caused a person to have cycle effective disorder so there certainly is a link between the heavy cannabis use and the schizophrenia or the psychosis and it's certainly made worse UCLA professor Timothy Fong is an addiction specialist who studies cannabis he says well more research is needed in some severe cases cannabis can be linked to psychosis but for the vast majority of men and women who use cannabis in of adult fashion in a reasonable manner and who obtain cannabis from a regulated in legal dispensary those risks are fairly low now we reached out to several marijuana advocacy groups for their response to the article the group called normal told us cannabis should not be viewed as a harmless substance it is because it may pose certain health risk to potentially vulnerable populations it should be regulated to keep it away from those who may be at higher risk for experiencing an adverse reaction CBS news correspondent Jamie

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"fong" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

30:07 min | 9 months ago

"fong" Discussed on Back To Back

"Joy welcome to the show this is back to back it's my podcast how you doing out there how you feel in I've got Henry Fong like really early on I remember shop stuff you guys yeah we it was just one of those things like I'm sure you've worked with people were just we would sit down and like we up forty DJ could only play like Afro Jack After Jack and like Steve McKee pursuit of happiness and a handful of dance tunes and I was slowly every said I was trying to on the keyboard and play some really cool we're going to do with music how about these shows like wow in it wasn't so much going on in session and it was just what's going on there axeman my dad played Sax for the keys on the saks new just like I feel like if I will blow sacks versus Trumpet Yeah my the trump is harder for have no idea where that is wasn't man on a TV show or something that sounds really familiar a proper TV maybe it's a little north of West Palm Beach now so all in all if you're looking at a map south Florida it's the very top of south Florida South Florida like Miami Fort Lauderdale West Palm is everyone gets in their boats on the weekends then you go out fishing and you go to a sandbar you drink and it's very like islands style life it's like it's very the entire city is pretty much based around fishing and or golf there's like the PG tour around that area so golfing is big but fishing is kind of like it's the kind of one of the sport fishing capitals of the world yes wow so the entire world like it's it's definitely so would you get a lot of tourists in certain people come there for the sale fishing actually the sale fishing is world class but yeah there's a lot of fishing tourists come there and then there's another fish called snook in that is like the popular game fish there people come from all over the catch those two things because that's so interesting I think we forget that exists in America like a fishing town very big thing in America especially like from when I grew up that was that's what I did went fishing and hunting with my family all the time is that what your parents did like is that why you're living there no so my dad He actually worked for the military he he worked in the Pentagon totally different allow yeah so he worked in the Pentagon he retired from there and he was in the Pentagon for like man twenty five years so he was doing budgeting for the Air Force Okay and he did he was there for all those wars man the and all that stuff more and he retired stories about that what he never really got to in depth on any of the stories one he told me I asked him one day I was like Dad told me about classified stuff like Henry all I can tell you is that the they a miss classify things on purpose and they stamp things that are classified seems like I don't even know what's classified and what's not classified I remember him saying even like internally they're trying just sort of ladders that's interesting a chain of command so he did that for awhile and he he lived in DC and then he moved to Colorado and then he we started doing some sort of like penny stock things and then yeah and then he moved to Florida but yeah so I that was Florida was like catches retirement by player just kinda chill but yet because he had already retired at a really early age because he put so much time in the air force sure yeah yeah the government paychecks not bad man yeah so they were always trying to he was always trying to convince me to do that he's a Kennedy go work for the government that's there gonNA take care of you for your life just put in twenty years you can have a pension and in your healthcare all taken care of and that was kind of what I was told to do I guess how did you feel about that at the time yeah just for do anything like that but I respect the people that do yeah but yeah I just wasn't I guess I kind of growing Florida then I had lived that kind of for lack of the kind of the redneck life sure as run around fishing and hunting and doing stuff like that surfing just any any kind of ocean related activities like whatever you pitcher people in Florida doing that's what I was doing riding four wheelers money literally Florida man I was the Florida man and it's so weird because I I feel like I can't relate to a lot of people in our line of work that have ever done or experienced that kind of thing so I had this like weird like double sided thing to me where I just understand that life and then understand this left Tunis valance one it seems like I remember even the first time time we were really talking back in Orange County they're like I came away with this impression that you really you need that in your life like you close to the water a half humanity it's just it's just it's just my end all be all kinds of yeah so if you were a kid and you're out on the water all the time and just running around did you end up like did you think you were going to kind of have that lifestyle forever so to stay close to that yes so the kind of the job to do of a lot of my friends still do it is they work in the fishing industry some of them are reps for Fisher companies but a lot of run charter boats they partner the one who has a yacht and then they run like these fishing charter businesses and I was like really wanted to do that I was like I want to have a fishing charter business and then a lot of people some people do commercial fishing commercial fishing is like the toughest job in the world. Yeah I can imagine I think like not being able to DJ imagine going on the middle of the ocean and the fish aren't fighting today and it superhero and some of it can be this is not at all the same thing but I had a friend from high school who went and did Like Alaskan getting you'd be freezing ocean up there to the water the water's colder up there the ocean the oceans rougher like it's yeah it sounded really actually did a commercial fishing for a little bit alien highschool met this boat captain needed some help and then me and my buddies out you know give you fifty bucks for coming on the boat so we did that for a little bit so that was kind of my first the job I guess did you like it like the hours were a little long like we go out at Lij ten PM at night now we can't ship fish all night shift fish any miscellaneous fish get like twenty five cents a pound for the market and we cut she's like shit fish whole night like six hours and then the sun comes the sun comes up and then right at when the sun comes up that's like the best time to ever go fishing okay is son sunrise or sunset because that's when the fish start feeding it's like you know you wake up the breakfast jazz you eat naturally eat dinner at night and the fishermen are on the same schedule Sir I in the middle of the day they're kind of sleeping yeah we just catching fish whole night and then wait till the sun would start coming up and then we go target the big game fish and catch those and the bigger game fish you know you can get a couple of dollars pound for the good ones okay let me just load but uh all these fish what's like the rarest you know most desirable fish that you would wanna catch the market yeah yeah like in the area the I like the legendary fish their fish called Kobe they're not really legendary but they're the tastiest and they're just the most fun catch because you see them and they're like there'll be swimming on stingray's so your site so you gotta sit there and you gotta look for hours and hours you sit there on the tower and then you you see a stingray rare ease the boat over you see the stingray and they swim behind the cigarette because what they do is they the stiff flaps its wings and stirs up all the crabs off the bottom in the Kobe sip behind the stingray and they just pick off the crabs that the stingray Lhasa and then you dig in the water and then you catch them from sight fishing so that's kind of like where where I live that was kind of like the species to catch Sir and they and they need a lot of money at the markets as well and they're absolutely delicious tasting fishing notion wow that's nuts I love hearing but like little needs yeah like I could talk hours about that little details of the Stingray flapping brings it's just man it's a whole nother world out there yeah of course and do you still living here you able to get out on the water a lot I mean obviously you're on the road so it kind of switch from fishing surfing kind of full avoid went to college I went to College in Orlando at UCF and my surfboard with me because I didn't have a body Moore was an hour away from the Ocean in Orlando because Orlando's landlocked in the middle so I mean when when we time me and my buddies would just drive to like the beaches in New Smyrna beach just go surfing right so then I picked up surfing yeah and that's become like a huge thing for yet and that's like you know one of my favorite things to do and then here I mean I'm about twenty five minutes from the beach so I go every Monday morning at seven am I'll go surfer two hours comeback work the rest of the day and you just kind of yeah keeps that balance and there's not a Lotta Surfing Dj's I feel like it's I I know what so not it's all about I actually saw him with Albert he's a he's a gnarly Boogie board hit he does I don't know if you know Ginko the trap. Dj Yeah I do really good surfer okay cut snake Fisher Fisher guys listening Fisher used to be a pro surfer who baby he's insane so if you it how do I say like you know how he's really funny guy like he's hilarious that was his personality in the Surfing World Surfing world he was kind of the client of surfing was a pro surfer but he was also an announcer that makes compensating these events and he was just always cracking a lot so I remember watching pro surfing and he was commenting on the events and then he started dealing with cut snake and I met both of them at a festival in time got a little bit and then all of a sudden he's Fisher and I'm just like come on man yeah what a life it's just like I really want to get him on this show Oh man I feel like he'd be such an entertaining he's always been like that even back to the surfing days he was always like a joke yeah those are my favorite kind of people man that's I that's true self I'm crazy acts like I think that's why it works for him I think for anybody like I had carnage on the show and I talked to people who knew him like way before he was a big. there was just like Oh yeah he's he's always which I respect that ben anyone who doesn't let the business change them it's just kind of always been whatever they are that's the hardest thing to do man absolutely you feel like there's just a random aside but you feel like you had to change and adapt anything it didn't naturally fit with your personality to sort of operate effectively in the music industry a little bit yeah it's just the time away from like just like the super super long hours at a computer and learn how to produce I love DJ I've been watching you know ten years now Dj doesn't bother me actually travelling doesn't bother me at all I feel like I could play seven chosen rojas travel cool like Tori when I'm when I'm sorry not especially heavily touring like been touring now for seven years and yet don't really get too exhausted and I don't get to burn out on it I feel the same as you man I mean there's certainly days when I'm pretty bummed out about the at the airport in the morning but overall Yeah the whole package I actually really really like it and I do get exhausted it doesn't necessarily bother me too much I just need that laid-back kind of nature inspired lifestyle too because that's just what I came from in that's just what I'm used to that keeps me sane so when I'm here and big just feel like it's almost like primitive that that's that's where humans are supposed to be anyways and kind of I think wired for yeah as I should be but it is like I go to the gym all the time to you know I have a thing that's like I wish it was more nature base but it still it works and it's really important I think yeah those little rituals those routines when you know that it'll reset you matter how weird you feel at the time by the time it's done you know so I think a lot of these new producers that blow up really really fast they just like whatever their old routines were and what kind of kept them who they were they it goes out the window and then all of a sudden they're just fly around playing shows partying drinking trucks Blah Blah Blah and the studio for eight hours straight not you know sitting down and then boom images really catches up with them sometimes and stuff so absolutely listening you know just you really got to break up that time with yeah yeah and it's it's tough because it's so hard understand when you're young that it is going to be that way but if you can establish any kind of even if it's just like an.

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"fong" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"fong" Discussed on Back To Back

"This is back What the back to backers bit is Willie the show today one of my favorite people man I love this guy so much and he's got a brand new song coming out this week this Friday on doc records the song is called jump up it's got all the Dj's going crazy right now it's one of my favorite records of the moment you gotTa grab that when drops he's been on a tear the last song he put out called Rave tool is getting played by all the biggest names in the game and that's one of the things I love about Henry Hong Mann he's such a chameleon he can make music in any style but it still sounds like him endlessly creative such a good dude I'll set the scene for you of how we met up in a second I feel insane rate now I played a show last night with Yemi too and Man We just went in I haven't had a night like that in a while we both did separate sets and then we closed the night by doing a long back to back for like three hours so you know between the two separate sets and then our back back we were detained for like six hours it was a U Street Music Hall in Washington DC One of the best venues in the country and it was one of the most fun sets I did this whole year we shut the club down we reopen the club we did an after party we were there till like six in the morning it's been a while since I really went in like that the vibe was just too good man we couldn't stop I love those kind of nights they're rare you don't know when they're going to happen but when they do I mean that's it man that's that's the shit that's why we all keep coming back to it but you can probably hear I'm a little haggard right now it was worth it so whatever you did this week whatever stress as you made man I hope it was worth it you gotTa pick your spots and you know we picked a good one even before the club Yemi too and I we Ed up you know we go way way back back to the old Chicago Days I mean I've known him as long as I've known basically anyone who's a DJ So we met up we saw the joker movie before the Club amazing movie I loved it end so front to back by the end of the night I mean we've been hanging out for like twelve hours something ridiculous but man what a great night I would be remiss if I did not mention the back to back is brought to you today by Surata now I love using serratos products I've used the my whole career I love working with them we've collaborated we've collaborated on a few different projects listen one of the most exciting things they've done is one of their newest projects and it is a piece of software called Surat Studio all my producers.

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U.S.-China trade talks to resume in October, Beijing says

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00:19 sec | 10 months ago

U.S.-China trade talks to resume in October, Beijing says

"China's commerce ministry said this morning that a phone call with US trade negotiators went very well adding that Beijing opposes any escalation in the trade war both sides will try to achieve real progress during high level meeting scheduled for early October according to ministry spokesman Dow Fong China and the United States agreed to hold a high level trade talks in

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Nickelodeon, Viacom And Fong discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Nickelodeon, Viacom And Fong discussed on KNX Programming

"Just when you thought it was safe to turn on the TV. A baby shark TV show is coming. The Hollywood reporter says Nickelodeon and smart study, the entertain the company behind kids content brand pink Fong are working on an original series aimed at preschoolers, and of course, there will be merchandise. Viacom Nickelodeon consumer products will manage product licensing for baby shark

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"fong" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"fong" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Than you can afford to lose. And he did a great job. I mean, one of the things that he's known for obviously is creating the vanguard mutual fund. It was the first client owned, and really I think is still the only client owned mutual fund out there. So they focused on the clients like focused on keeping the fees minimalized and trying to to let yourself investor have a platform that they can do that on. And I think it's a good phone simple. Rules can can apply from nineteen seventy five to two thousand nineteen. Right. I mean, he started in one thousand nine hundred seventy Fong how much is the game change between when he came out of in started this company and an implied these simple rules of. Nobody knows nothing. Yeah. But these rules, and then what we're going through today. Well, thank the biggest rule. That's changed. Our biggest benefit. That's no longer. There is the the lack of pensions the lack of guaranteed income plan. And that's one of the things I think that when you look at the vanguard system if you look at it online, and they have a tremendous website. They have again, I'm very a big fan of the vanguard mutual funds system. However, there are some things that they don't really do real well on their side is that they they don't tell you. How to monetize it? How did he turn that into a monthly income stream? How do you make sure that when you you quit investing for growth and you start investing for income? How do you how do you drive that income into your? House every month and guarantee it in some way and make sure that it's it's going to be there to you know. Similar to pension plan or something like that. There's.

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"fong" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"fong" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"If you lose weight that diabetes will go away, Dr Fong, I I suspect that virtually every health professional in the world would agree with you that losing weight is very important that we are facing an obesity epidemic. Not just in the United States. Not just in Canada. But all over the world and the problem occurs when we start talking about well how to do that. Because what you hear repeatedly as well. Eat fewer calories and exercise more. And unfortunately that hasn't worked so well has it. No, not at all. And that's one of the things, and there's all sorts of controversy. You know, she low fat, gene, though carbohydrates should be paleo should do eat vegetarian. So there's all these sort of different opinions as to what you should eat. But the part that most people miss is that weight loss weight gain is really dependent on really two things what you need which is that question that we sort of obsess about right? Should you? Eat kale or should you eat bread? Or should you eat, you know, avocados, and we're really not that far apart for the most part in in terms of you know, we agree that doughnuts are not good for you. And most of us agree that kale and spinach are pretty good for you. So we're not that far away. But what what it gets lost is the sort of when to eat questions. It's really a question of what to eat, and when to eat, and this is the thing if you look at studies from nineteen seventy seven people were eating three times a day breakfast, lunch dinner. That's it. No.

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Serena Williams, Bloomberg and Burt Reynolds discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Serena Williams, Bloomberg and Burt Reynolds discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Secretary of defense James Mattis there. He and secretary of state Mike Pompeo on that trip to New Delhi. Thousands of Walt Disney workers voting to approve new contract. It increases starting minimum wage at Disney to fifteen dollars an hour over the next three years and. After Burt

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"fong" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"fong" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Fundraiser can't make it any clearer that how can raimondo blame fong for taking cheap rent from carpio nado suggested he broke the law illegal campaign contributions and then do a fundraiser of copying coming up how is that possible that's s wendy schiller at brown university talk politics with me you every week come on he wanted to go ahead make sense out of that the bigger the bigger issue is you know politicians will always tell you they're just following the law right so if you know declares the money that he gives her on though and he gives it you know legally and campaign finance she's following the law whereas allan fung got free rent and a very nice property pretty expensive rent and even when he said you know they hadn't paid rent in a year for an office space anybody turn opened up a new business getting an office space free rent for a year but it was actually five hundred dollars they paid the checks they didn't cash the checks so there's all sorts of bad things about violating well you can't give a free apartment or free rental space to somebody who is a politician running for office it's an income campaign contribution you it's splitting hairs if she thinks that she can attack allan fung for getting free rent for a year which is a lot of a lot of money from somebody because he has business interests in cranston she should not take money from him in the campaign well she saying that company donaldson cahoots with fung sweetheart deals he wants them all investigative that means copy another who's our friend you can't be my friend on monday my enemy on tuesday what's going on over here this is saying he didn't break the law didn't ask allan fung for anything as mayor of cranston right that's the deal but allan fung in campaign finance law broke campaign finance law by not taking an in kind contribution and not paying rent on it that's the technical glitch but i agree with you it's putting harris had kelly coats out runs carpio and he said look it's not run for year it was only twenty five hundred dollars at the most they know a fifteen hundred dollars in checks for several months it wasn't a year but he said look it's peanuts to us and basically implying the rent is what we say the right this is the place and i like having fun there that's got to be tested in court the rent is what the owner says the rent this the point is that a campaign if you a campaign has to pay market value for all services and if somebody donate something for free to the campaign they can do that the campaign has to declare it that's the only issue you can could give them the place for free but fung had to declare it and say i'm getting this as a campaign donate this is the value of the marketplace the marketplace value of it i have to declare that so the question is did he try to get away with something in terms of campaign finance law or do they just get sloppy making mistakes and how about this copy analysis look i have an empty space i'm going to give that the funds for five hundred dollars i know it runs for three thousand victoria's secret if they wanna move in but right now there's nobody in there i want to give them for five hundred dollars that's what he says it's worth funk declared that he just didn't the checks didn't get cash for three or four months but that's what song is saying we're not quite sure how many months checking class more up very unclear devin nunes super clear about that second who doesn't cash check your business mersenne you're very successful i don't get how.

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"fong" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"fong" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know the blink of an eye geologically speaking so get your rain gear that's one of the common revelations people in the kenyan the other part is that uh it's it's really possible to be happy with without of fong that computer gotta refrigerator no i don't know 100 no 100 on its i simply us the other lesson is about tell you know uh the the idea that it's it's also driven home health fragile life is how short life is because so many people have died there it's as a percentage of the visitors it's very small but uh you you remind us early in this book that look people come here do really stupid things and die um and if the and you're right you are not focusing on them macab aspects of this uh just for their own sake but also as a warning to people look if you're going to come here be prepared right brought lutely uh i think it's really easy to underestimate that which we don't know and um she even more so if someone we do know is done no hike could trip uh just even a visit to the rim and got an amazing photograph closing on the rim and no someone tells you well the eu's nothing through it you'll love it then and if you have that in mind that there's nothing to it um that can be they'll come to your ruutel i'm very short wake up moment but and and people make mistakes you know we all make mistakes chosun in grant kenny frequently really minor mistake work chain of martin mistakes says major major consequences well you mentioned uh as well early in the book i think in the forward about the nine one one mentality the idea that people are going arats national park they equated with like disneyland well if i get in trouble somebody will come and get me all right well in fact reduced uh my wife and i uh other in search and rescue been for many years now and there was just one of the most recent missions right here in this area we're like or hike too far and if the panic button and.

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"fong" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"fong" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know the blink of an eye geologically speaking so get your rain gear that's one of the common revelations people in the kenyan the other part is that uh it's it's really possible to be happy with without of fong that computer gotta refrigerator no i don't know 100 no 100 on its i simply us the other lesson is about tell you know uh the the idea that it's it's also driven home health fragile life is how short life is because so many people have died there it's as a percentage of the visitors it's very small but uh you you remind us early in this book that look people come here do really stupid things and die um and if the and you're right you are not focusing on them macab aspects of this uh just for their own sake but also as a warning to people look if you're going to come here be prepared right brought lutely uh i think it's really easy to underestimate that which we don't know and um she even more so if someone we do know is done no hike could trip uh just even a visit to the rim and got an amazing photograph closing on the rim and no someone tells you well the eu's nothing through it you'll love it then and if you have that in mind that there's nothing to it um that can be they'll come to your ruutel i'm very short wake up moment but and and people make mistakes you know we all make mistakes chosun in grant kenny frequently really minor mistake work chain of martin mistakes says major major consequences well you mentioned uh as well early in the book i think in the forward about the nine one one mentality the idea that people are going arats national park they equated with like disneyland well if i get in trouble somebody will come and get me all right well in fact reduced uh my wife and i uh other in search and rescue been for many years now and there was just one of the most recent missions right here in this area we're like or hike too far and if the panic button and.

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"fong" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"fong" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You know the blink of an eye geologically speaking so get your rain gear that's one of the common revelations people in the canyon the other part is that uh it's it's really possible to be happy without a fong computer a refrigerator and on and on and on and on it's i think it's the other lesson is about tell you know uh th the the idea that it's it's also driven home health fragile life is how short life is because so many people have died dare it's as a percentage of the visitors it's very small but uh you you remind us early in this book that look people come here do really stupid things and die um and it was and you're that you are not focusing on their macab aspects of this uh just for their own sake but also as a warning to people look if you're gonna come here be prepared right or absolutely uh i think it's really easy to underestimate that which we don't know and um he even more so if if some of them we do know is done you know i could trip uh just even a visit to the rim and got an amazing photographed closing on the rim and you know someone tells you well it the is nothing to it you'll love it then and if you have that mindset there's nothing to it um that can be there can be a brutal and very short wake up moment but uh and and people make mistakes you know we all make mistakes it just in in uh kenya frequently a really minor on the stake or chain of martin mistakes has major major consequences well you mentioned uh as well early in the book i think in the forward about the nine one one mentality the idea that people are going there to national park they equated with like disneyland well if i get trouble somebody will come and get me all right well in fact reduced uh my wife and i uh are in search of rescue been for many years now and there was just one of the most recent missions right here in this area we're like or some hiked too far and if the panic button and actually got phone reception call the.

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"fong" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fong" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Kariuki stage and i got really embarrassing fong fail made why supercrew poll parkway gomia butter car in alabama i like i like the it's very like corny and god it okay well i think i i think i have an idea and i will give him a call paul and see what we can do sound good arpaio they you hello i speak to josh please yeah josh this is chad i'm calling i'm one of the managers at the and our you know how you read i'm well on well hey man i this is uh this is awkward and this is a this is a weird phone call to make but you you and your wife you knew for you guys coming here a lot for kariuki right i i love being kariuki uruguay yeah i know and a series of mrs little awkward on we have gotten and this is no joke we have got some complaints about you and your song choices and it's not just a few we've received a lot and it's consistent and.

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"fong" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"fong" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The you know the inside game um it is soon the lee fong's reporting is accurately fong is pretty good on the slaying it's an and and let's not just personal is this the mark panel though he did a terrible job for hillary clinton he's done a terrible job for number of other democratic additives um it it you know there there's an industry in this town of of advice givers to uh in particularly to democrats um the republican strategists ten more to be people who are bringing money to the table you know uh the mercer's the adelson's the coakes um and they're not offering advice they're making demands they bring in money and they're saying you know i will spend whatever it takes to get you reelected congressman if you will make sure that my the my uh uh refinery can can put more poisoned in the air and that my coal mine can dump more poisoned in the rivers and that my personal taxes will be cut if you can do that that than i will make sure that you get reelected and that's the that's the scam that's going on in the republican side on the democratic side is the democrats keep turning to the socalled consultants who keep telling them all you've got to go to the middle and what the hell is the metal right i mean what happened to the core values of the democratic party the in the the republicans of figured out their core values suck up to the billionaires and they will then they will stay will take care of you suck up the big trash transnational corporations and they will take care of you these are cord republican values in a trash people of color in the white people will take care of you these are core republican values now the democrats you know the core democratic values social security medicare medicaid strong labor unions uh you know consumer protection's a clean environment clean water food this is actually edible in dozen caused disease um you know the medicine healthcare at a reasonable cost uh you know these core democratic values a you know it's it's so bizarre to me that that the name right now is that the democratic party is.

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"fong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fong" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Minutes from now part from that use features pointy lowers well following the broadbased pull back across lawsuit asian shares poised mostly for losses this wednesday right so at one time it's good good over to doug here where that update anew stuck all i trust minutes before the top of the hour we had the christner on news and grace me brian curtis looking at the markets and the news flow well i'd like to take a moment here and get into the daybreak asian media review where we look at some of the top news stories in leading newspapers and on media websites and this one was kind of interesting from china send israel television so his state broadcaster only listed the a share inclusion in sewer mse is em index as number number three top story of the day in a posting on wave war that number one was president xi jinping late chaired a meeting yesterday and the number two story was the china u s dialogue to be held in washington today so that's kind of cute one from from kim gye in our on our social velocity team and bloomberg television has been interviewing the msci chairman and ceo henry fernandez we'll get some comments from him shortly but china securities regulatory commission vicechair of fong shanghai could be forgiven for doing some cartwheel's in beijing this morning he's the official who actually led china's efforts for msci inclusion and fernandez back to him from msci well he gave him a shout out on bloomberg television earlier so expect to see a lot more of fong in the future and david i don't know if you caught this but fong was saying yeah day that looking wasn't the end of the world for inclusion and he was actually downplaying a just a tad okay a from the south china morning post the pboc governor joe xiaochuan had said yesterday that the crossborder yuan settlement system could be soon launched in shy now this will be a renewed effort to try to bolster the currencies internationalisation drive and reinforce the city's bid to become a global financial centre and other interesting thing to watch today would be the offshore chinese currency and the sea and why.

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