20 Burst results for "Four Five Six Years"
Sigma Prime with Mehdi Zerouali
"Hey everyone my name's Matty I'm a CO founder and director of Sigma Prime We are an information security consultancy mostly based out of Australia being hiring a bunch of people all over the world lately. We've been around for about full years providing security assessment services to a lot of blockchain projects working. Almost exclusively lately on. Iridium. Providing security assessment on smart contracts on a lot of protocol. Layer developments. And I guess we are here to talk about Easter 'cause we are also the founders and maintainers of light hops arrest implementation of the. Two point plano specification thanks for having. A real quick. What would you say the? Technical advantage or differentiator lighthouse has over other there to. Invitations. a question question it. We that quite often we because of of the the company we're in information security consultancy we take security very seriously. We'd like to think that we've incorporated security into our development lifecycle very early on. So would like to think that our clients is probably one of the hopefully safest was secure clients out there it's written in Ross Ross is particularly fast. So the focus has also been on the fullness speeds and as I mentioned security So that's probably what differentiates from the rest of the other teams. Get a moment to pitch chill out to private the process of lighthouses. Good nells offended A. that. The approach here is the kind of. Break down the concept of theorem to what's going on and what users can expect so. I'm not exactly sure how I want to do this the the conversations going to naturally evolve I think but like if you had to give the. Highest of high. Level overviews of the transition from ethylene S to. Or just say. Okay. Let's have this. So, F one is the proof of work chain that we all love us and as you all probably know, the plan was always to transition to approve of stay consensus mechanism. So namely. Casper, if g so the research team has been working on this. If your foundation research you had been working on this for the past four, five, six years and mentors have been developing the. Specification, turning it into actual usable software. For the past two and a half years. The main difference as mentioned is the consensus mechanism. So moving away from proof of work, which is a quite a west full way of coming to consensus if you ask me. I know this can be quite polarizing community, but this is basically how Paul my co founder got started on Lighthouse I think ethereal currently uses as much electricity as Costa. Rica, if I'm not mistaken. And we think sigma prime. That is so. Much. Better ways of coming to consensus. And kost perfect is one of them. So super excited about the environmental impact of the transition from steak and this transition will happen gradually. we'll be shipping if to in various phases. So phase zero is the first phase that will be introduced hopefully a few weeks I a couple months. The latest set ladies year is what we're aiming for. and. This introduces consensus change. Right is introduces the proof of stake consensus mechanism Gasparilla Gene, and we essentially call these chain, the beacon chain, and you can see as this orchestrate. That gives the pulse of the network to Valley daters, giving them tasks, rewarding them when they do their job correctly. Penalizing them when they don't etc, etc.. That's phase zero. That's what I guess. All client teams are working on at the moment and. Phase One will hopefully come shortly up and phase one introduces shards, the concept of shod. So Ethier two point Oh will be shotted blockchain meaning that will have. Sixty four sub block changing see them as sort of independent blockchain's that are all linked and tides with each other through five that consensus mechanism in the beacon. Check. So. Once we have that will be effectively using those shards just as dot availability layers we won't. Have State transitions or users of smart contracts or transactions as we are all familiar with in if one that will come in light up so talks about phase one point five, which hopefully will. Get one into each to and have that as a separate dedicated shot. In face to. Will introduce I, guess proper state execution and smart contracts, and this is when will actually have a blockchain usable blockchain developers as we all relative with them when you hear him on. That makes sense.
"four five six years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Ten minutes news radio six ten W. I. O. D. when I started this Monday morning may fourth right now seventy two degrees in fort Lauderdale we've got to seventy five in downtown Miami at seven thirty one president trump discussing the coronavirus in a fox news a virtual town hall last night the president unequivocal on the need to reopen our economy endorsing a state by state approach really during a fox news virtual town hall while predicting that a coronavirus vaccine could be available by December we're so far ahead of any vaccine ever in history you know these things would take two four five six years ten years I think we're gonna have a maximum value by the end of the cases of the virus in the U. S. approaching one point two million deaths approaching sixty thousand president trump predicting that as many as one hundred thousand Americans could die from it that's fox's top bureau reporting across Florida some businesses are being allowed to re open retail operations can operate a twenty five percent capacity that's the rule for restaurants to bars gyms and salons though still remain closed but there is one South Florida county that is open for business just not to visitors Michael are soft opening track local Florida Keys restaurants and retailers unlocking their doors today but Monroe County mayor heather Carruthers stresses in their capacity is capped at twenty five percent will give all of our businesses and our restaurant captivity to test these new procedures and a tourist haven community she admits it might not be worth it for some business owners reopened but a lot of the protective measures that will be in place are likely to be in place for quite some time rather's estimates it could be a couple of weeks if not a month before they even consider welcoming back visitors Eric Reid Regus newsradio six ten WYO D. governor on the Senate is holding a press conference today he's going to put all the cards on the table laying out exactly what his administration has tried to do to fix the broken unemployment system I am very tough because this is seven about changing economy I know this is very difficult for a lot of people the system just totally broke it's not a good system we're going to deal with that in Daytona beach yesterday the governor said they've paid out more than four hundred fifty thousand claims totaling seven hundred million dollars many frustrated users though of the state's unemployment computer system say they haven't gotten any checks and their status is listed as pending or denied and they don't know why Florida gas prices may already have bottomed out that's because the lifting of stay at home restrictions is expected to increase demand for gasoline and with that increased demand will likely come increased prices Florida gas prices now average a dollar seventy seven per gallon that's the lowest in four years happy may the fourth today the unofficial Star Wars holiday probably the most exciting thing this may the fourth may the force is that now all nine films in the so called Skywalker saga officially streaming a Disney plus from nineteen seventy seven the New Hope the last year is the rise of Scott Walker.
Elizabeth Warren confronted by angry dad over student loan forgiveness plan
"Senator Elizabeth Warren was spending time in Iowa were recently in Grimes Iowa I've been to crimes I say we're all familiar with but you actually are I'm sorry you can hit a golf ball cost crimes so she's in nine of the handshake line think I think the console free market actually do right uhhuh and a guy is always a guy comes up and confronts her yeah and we want to play you the the confrontation because I think that this guy represents so many people listening right now I know represents me the audio is really distorted and it's kind of hard to make out it's because some so whoever was recording it wasn't standing there were they were talking in there's a pop up in the room so when I go play for you because not to be able to make out what they're saying anyway so I in today's episode we're going to have Bruce Saint James play the role love angry dad and hi Pamela Hughes will play the role of Pocahontas I'm sorry off site off site all right so you see real lines are yes I see rifles okay you you pick up okay is there the selfie line I agree college dad steps up to senator Warren Allen says this Gober's my daughter is in school I saved all my money just to pay student loans can I have my money back of course not so you're going to pay for people who didn't save any money and those of us to do the right thing get screwed my body had fun bought a car went on vacation I saved by money he made more money than I did I worked a double shift working to get extra money yeah you're laughing at me no I'm not I am but I do appreciate your time that was the exchange that's how it went down how did I do and seeing that we're gonna get you know it but the joker but how many P. pull how many people can can put themselves in that situation whether they've paid for their daughter's college tuition or are saving for right now like my husband I are or pay for it themselves like I did and my husband did we took out loans knowing what that meant and that we had to pay them back and so we did and that was one of the happiest days of my life when I was able to send in that final payment on my my college tuition his college tuition ridiculous now yeah absolutely it is but the V. the way to fix that is not by going three college for all because that's in essence what senator Elizabeth Warren wants to do her student debt plan would cap debt relief I fifty grand and it applies only to families making less than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year and she thinks that she could do this without even congressional approval this is scaring she wants to do this her first day in office and says you're super scary to me here here's the reality of this that it comes across to some people my guess is again people without large student debt is unfair yeah as well I have large student and this is still on fire because actually paid mine well okay so play along with me here what about mortgages what about car loans what about credit card debt like you why are the decisions you made to take out loans to incur debt for what ever reason somehow god going to be forgiven by the government what other people who didn't go down that path our they just missed out soccer but but on the yeah that's what you kind of feel like I'm gonna buy an RV on the flip side though you know mortgages and well what other did you use car loans and credit cards this call be wiped out bankruptcy student loans canine but it is super rare that they ever all are because you're gaining knowledge you're not gaining something tangible as in like something that they can we can we know we can't resell them in your so I think that there's a bit of a different argument there but one of the reasons why or several of the reasons why I'm against free college for all I'm a firm believer in having skin in the game if you earn something if you work for something you are more likely to to work hard at it if you're just given it they don't feel like you appreciate it as much the other thing I don't I don't know you I think there's something to be said for that he the people who took a summer job the people would save their money to go to college I I feel like they're a hell of a lot more invested in the outcome what do you think about it this way you turn sixteen and you've been saving money baby sitting or taking tickets at the movie theater or whatever it may be and I you're a you you managed by hoop Dee right and and you're so proud of this ride because you worked so hard to get it verses the kid down the street that mom and dad just gave them a car now I think you both have different pride and there are and that's kind of how I see this but when you're talking about like free college for all we're gonna have a student loan defaults are going to increase you're going to have completion rates decrease because this I don't you out you have a I was at a issue if the class gets really hard or if you haven't done the work groups what what do you do what you can withdraw at a certain point but when you go to take that test again have to pay for it right so what's the big right so now let's kind of go free college for all who cares take it again thank you again times take it again and then like let's not also forget how how are a lot of colleges paid for like where to get a lot of their funding from a issue you have a and a U. federal federal got a guaranteed loans from the federal government they also get a lot of it from the state yeah and Arizona has cut those funds routinely but that comes from our property taxes right so you are going to have your property taxes go up in order to help pay especially since the student loans are going to default because there might be some people going to college it really shouldn't be there I'm I'm but I'm really for some of you screaming on the radio and I enjoy that part but I I do want to acknowledge something there are people out there with horrendous amounts of student loan debt yeah okay arm and part of it is driven by part of it is driven by the fact that colleges and universities have jacked the price of an education after the root for and the reason they've done that is this becomes a chicken and egg argument because they know you'll pay it yeah and when they know you'll pay up they raise the price and when they raise the price you pay it I've always said the only thing that's going to change it is when people stop attending because AS you and you have a will lower the price when there's three people sitting in the classroom and until that point if you're willing to pay anything then yeah guess what the cost is how much you got yeah I just think that what you're also doing is setting a very dangerous precedent people are seeing this right now this conversation about free college tuition for both but I think there was there at that non not like you know what I'll take out the loans because you know what four five six years from now the government's going to forget
"four five six years" Discussed on KOMO
"We of rose tree is maybe manager medications etcetera that bands will start thinking oh this is a burden. the children probably don't think the same way right but the children probably is saying I don't mind stepping in doing a little bit here and there as long as I don't have to sacrifice my own life I don't have to take time away and and we've been unfortunately the ones who have the negative effects of this one because they have put me they go part time many times to take care of a parent or and then they lose social security benefits to those incumbent Sepp truck but that is the interesting thing they'll go in my mind I'm I'm out should be cleared you don't need to be a part. we never think about the burden we just say it's a slogan I don't want to be a bird what does that really mean yeah right what is it that will make you a burden and somebody else and what can you do from a planning perspective so you don't become a burden let me give you a couple of examples which is why legal pounding fails not becoming a burden to do that do you go to a lawyer and get a power of attorney part of jelly basically serve as a bunch of people and says of all the people that I know in the world these are the three or four people I can trust will be there for me when my tips about when you read the part of Jenny let's say Jamie my wife for said my son when my chips are down you figure it out figure one up where in the part of Jen does a figure what out and if you think about it this some basic things that we know all these kids will have to figure out when either my wife or I able to manage their finances somebody is going to have to step up to the plate and pay bills filed taxes manage money take care of the house take care of the car to tend to our legal issues and when we are saying I don't want to be burdened his apart from the Google figure this out tell me that that is not going to become a burden and somebody absolute why would that stupid power of attorney not do something as simple as give directions to people that the day that I fall ill here is the person that you want to work with to be able to do the taxes I don't want you to have to figure out where is my W. to where the ten ninety nines what income do I have what direction the way out I've been working with this account and for eight to ten years do you know my history all you have to do is to call them and they will go over the iris get a transcript know what income they need to report look at the past four five six years of tax returns figure out what kind of deductions I have and the put those two things together and present that that that's a turn to you you just sign it make sure that that tax return is actually filed and that these people are not taking advantage of me when it comes to the pricing issue we say the word lifeline and that's without me it's it breaks down exactly what you need to do it's a lot of work on your part it's a lot of work on your part. but if you don't do the work guess who is going to have to do the work the exact people you don't want to become a burden to and you are guaranteed to become a burden on who's ever name you put the power of attorney unless you're part of a journey is not done right and the legal industry has no appetite for you to figure this stuff out because it takes a lot of work on your part and the part of a lawyer to counsel you through this process so you not only have a document this is part of journey but you have a manual of instructions that ensures that when you fall ill people will be able to follow your instructions and you will not become a burden and somebody no one else is doing this receive I'll be honest with you I've been looking around and concerned about retirement and life planning in general I don't see.
"four five six years" Discussed on KOMO
"Where they. she back why aren't they pushing back they believe in federalism that believe in state rights lease they start that minority be found that's California governor Gavin Newsom during a news briefing today responded to president trump's decision to revoke an obamacare a waiver that what the state of California said its own environmental standards for vehicle emissions which are stricter than the national standard does the state have the power to set limits on carbon pollution from cars as Brady Dennis reports in The Washington Post California has had that power for the past half century until this presidential decision Brady covers the environment for the post and he's with me on a common whose life hi Brady hi thanks for having me what's a presidential motivation here. well you know we have to ask from itself for the error for you know all the motivations I think you know he has criticize California on a number of issues in the past from immigration to the way they've you know handle their forests during during the terrible force wildfires there last year in this case the trump administration is saying that you know California should not be able to set the standards for fuel efficiency across the country that that should come from the federal government and argument they're making is that there needs to be one national standard set by the federal government and that's that's part of the grounds that they're they're refusing or trying to refuse this well waiver for California to put more stricter standards in place the president said that by revoking these federal waivers on emissions would also make cars safer what does he mean by that. well the argument there the argument that his administration has made in the past and has continued to make is that if if they require not quite so fuel efficient cars as the about inspiration wanted to and that's California wants to the price of the sticker price of cars will come down people into their reasoning goes people will then more willingly buy new cars in higher numbers and that will get older less safe cars off the road and put people into new are safer cars there's a lot of debate on whether or to the degree that that would happen but that's that's president trump's argument on the house one would think that would make automakers happy. it would accept you know there's a lot of things going on for automakers I mean people care you know there's an increasing interested in electric vehicles and more fuel efficient cars although of course you know what needs to be said that that that should be in trucks are still the most popular kind of vehicles that are selling across America also I think you know we factor not just the sticker price of cars but how much over time people spend at the gas pump so wild the cost of producing the cars may come down somewhat you know what you eat you also need to factor and how much you'll spend on gas to realize that life a car so you know it depends on where you're arguing from people like to use their numbers to you know to to bolster their own argument so whichever side you're on Brady Dennis of the Washington post with us what is the next step we heard that Gavin Newsom the California governor at the top of this interview what what what's the next step from the state. sure I mean there's no doubt that this guy into up in the courts and I think a lot of folks who are who follow this you know expected this could be a really long drawn out legal fight between California and the federal government and that in itself would create a lot of uncertainty for these car companies these auto makers who are trying to and not just figure out what to do today but are often planning you know four five six years out and aren't quite sure you know what standards they need to meet in any one place so it's kind of about and and and and it's really a lot of things unresolved at this moment pretty thanks so much for sharing that with this Brady Dennis you can read the entire article at washingtonpost dot com once again Brady Dennis joining sits ten.
"four five six years" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"It's like it's used to be for the past two three four five six years almost that the innovation that I'm seeing in pretty much every other operating system. That's being that's designed to be used for the keyboard? And attract ped-, I'm not seeing that same movement in the MAC, it's the least exciting desktop in. My office today is probably my MAC. It's the I love my MAC the most. But really, even my raspberry pi is more interesting in so many ways than the MAC desktop is. I just I I really would like to see some sign from apple that they really do care about it that I know there are people who are big fans of the of the MAC and apple I'm sure there are no other people who work very hard on it and who innovate as much as they possibly can. But I just don't see from. That's from the other side of the keynote screen, you know, in the audience looking at what? They choose to present. And what they choose to actually ship. I'm not seeing any level of corporate interest in continuing the max, I think you're I think you're spot on. I think that apple does think that the MAC is we've we are passionate is in IOS devices. However, we have a tradition in desktops. We're not gonna let that die because that's like giving away free money, but we feel that it's most useful as a platform for people to develop things for IOS on or as a alternates to cheap alternative to windows notebooks and chrome books for people who own ipads, and and I phone I just don't see them take about. I don't see them ever doing an ad. That says here is here is a MacIntosh, boom. Here is a competing windows device. Boom. Look how much better the MAC is than this other thing. I just don't see them ever taking that as a point of pride anymore. And I just don't know how that's going to feed. I don't I don't know how not making the MAC better and better and better is gonna make better consumer. Max because you start off making high performance, you know, rockets and then two or three years later, you figure out how to scale that down for actual users. They're just not developing the really really good juicy bits that we've really really need to keep the MAC of the viable thing. Rich siegel. You've been developing for them after twenty five years. You're you're amac Stoller. Do you worry about the future of the MAC at all? I see a lot of Meriden in Andy's points. I think that. I would like.
"four five six years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And shown that little little kids. Toddlers two three four five six year olds have fewer cold and fewer outbreaks of the flow. And if they do get sick, the infection never gets out of control, it's a much milder infection, and it's shorter duration in general, they recover faster and modern symptoms. I'll Tony some when you have a little kid, and they get the fluids, really scary. I shown that college students when you give them probiotics. They have fewer sick days. You're paying all that money for your kid to attend that pricey college, you might as well make sure that they can attend clash and get their work done. And if you give them a probiotic, not only is your digestion better and less likely to get diarrhea and stomach cramps from all that stuff. They're eating and drinking plus de lack asleep that compounds that but de less likely to get the floor or cold. So that quarter of a million dollars? You're paying for them to go to temple university or Rutgers University your harbor to yell is better spent. They shown even medical school students are going to take their national tests shift if you get a license they'll less stressed when you give them a probiotic, and they'll less likely to get a cold or flu infection. I mean, I've been there. I was going for my finals in my third year pharmacy school. What's your killer their killers, they want you to flunk out a pharmacy third year? They really do. They want to weed out all the people that can make. Irs? And I got a flu injection, and I was sick for three days. I had a fever aches and pains when you get a flu injection you. Don't you can't get the flu? But some of us what really powerful immune system can get the symptoms of the flu. So for three days. I had a raging fever. My I had a sore throat. My head was killing me what a headache. Was exhausted. And I had to prepare for my finals. Look only. I basically passed every course without even taking a final. That's how good my grades were. Typically in the form, she finals I needed three.
"four five six years" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"You know what I mean if I can remember these moments from when I'm four five six years old that's something that's like iconic in my life stone cold through. I think it was the icy belt into the lake. You know that's like one of my first wrestling memories you know and then like so like seeing the outsiders come out so maybe I was a little more W._C._W.. But at the same time I'm four years old I'm flipping open through channels. I have no clue what's going on. You know what I mean. It's not like I could be like okay Monday at seven. I'M GONNA put on T._N._T.. I'm like I can barely right my name. It's just it can use people write their name when they four. I don't know I could talk is just images for sure because I know for me that I've constantly stated it is wrestling was always there like my dad would come home every Sunday directional every Sunday. I know he would have on W._W._f.. all-american it might have been something prior to what I remember. I remember when I was watching it it was W._w._f.. all-american <hes> it was salute Rawal officially started and I remember like that was going home watching that like for sure and then raw came on and I remember watching guys like crush and razor Ramon where I I didn't. I know who was good. I like I I like razor and I look dude ever do it man when he first started I loved him and I go back only got who's a bad guy but as a kid. I thought this guy was amazing. That's what it is man. That's why like when I met him I just has had I remember you likely to do what am I. I favor wrestlers for sure like it's really hard to pinpoint like if you've been watching as long as we have where like okay. This is the first fabrics you just like this because I think I remember now too because you had it clouded by who you've been watching lately. You know what I'm saying. Yeah which is crazy 'cause like. I think you know obviously like every year I was alive. I had a different favor wrestling like that year so like now if you asked me my top ten or compared to when I was ten there would probably be eight same but like maybe two different guys. You know what I mean yeah. I've kind of clouds you know but I try to stay on bias is try to stay his all time as possible. When I say that you know what I mean the older you get the more new wrestlers will debut or <unk>? Catch your eye helps and they move up. You're listening for me. It will forever be Britain Sean Number One all time list but because I was actually just having this conversation with stacy okay about our topless. I think we both at a top five Brenton Sean always he's my number one spot. I don't different shape between them but then after that it's like it goes Kane and then canes will be Steen Owens Okay and the one I think I go Owen Hart Gargano while wow so obviously all basis zero ten years ago you know steen wasn't on this Gargano on that list and I had probably had like actually about five years ago how to told you dolf was in my top five but after watching watching more johnny and then finally discovering more like Oh my God like he jumped up w._W._e.. He went higher for sure and I'm just saying Oh my God this guy's so much I was watching him today. Animal Yeah Yeah so I mean it's hard to pick favorites man. It's hard to pick favorites as man yeah shot at the stone cold. I gotTA give him number one if I was him for Halloween in kindergarten that's grandfathered in number one. Yeah I mean if you were you born in ninety eighty four nine hundred ninety four that's you that's four five years old on five years old ninety nine. I got a bald cap on my mom. Jira Goatee Mommy I came into the school you know I had to keep middle finger censored but people knew who I was and they get stunned at any minute Austin probably was your Hogan. Yeah definitely Def definitely so that's why I wasn't like like Super Hot Anna Hogan when I was growing up you know what I mean like four or five six I wasn't but but then end of you'll Hogan when he came back Hollywood affect that that was cool about say because W._C._W.. A._B._C. W ho in lake that's when he started like when you're born like Yuna you didn't have any recollection B._M._w.. AETNA until came back. I only knew him when I when I I found Hogan the lightning bolts in it was he was n w Ohio but but still he wasn't even my favorite then it was it was like I WanNa Watch Steve Austin you know throw him belts in the river and stern up Shenanigans Driving Zamboni and I want to see the outsiders knows my you know so when I think of that moment three favorite guys right there undertaker bro You know when I think of that moment of throwing the belt into the Shane McMahon into the river. It's <hes> didn't he. He'll he said something along the lines of like this is back in the pager years years like like pages and three one six or so. That's something I always remember. Yeah remembered that yeah. That's one thing that's crazy. They talk about wrestling with someone who grew up in a different times. They remember 'cause you're me. It's like I said Brenton Sean like that was my childhood and I I was around for Hogan Warrior savage but I was way too young to put really to when I started really get into it was Brent Sean but you your way after all that but but then like those magazines bro Yeah the world wrestling so I started probably getting those okay ninety nine what can we we start talking about this but we purposely left it all sure <hes> what was your experience with those bags because there's loved him. I'm still bought to buy them again. There's one issue yeah I remember. Which one do you got? My Dad like randomly brought that one over because that didn't last long it was like what to your magazine probably but they were like a philly. I think bill after Ofra wasn't yeah. I took the pictures because they were heavy C._W.. There every like they were but they gave ec w that like level because yeah because normally it'd be like probably <hes> at earlier W._w._f.. W._C._W.. And then they actually have three section for sure though issue that I remember yeah I don't know every issue. There's like a front cover in a back cover. The main front cover was came yeah and he was he looked so weird because his hair was an oppo. ponytail might seem like a normal dude and the other side was a chick and blue <hes>. Wait a minute stable and I don't remember the chicken blue because I remember there was to cover story the other one Shawn Michaels Oh wow and like there was somewhere in the magazine a picture of his wife who was a nitro girl girl yeah <hes> reading his Playboy Oy Y._o.. Like it was like her like you only see like the cover. That's funny not play with playgirl sure but still it's like definitely because it was that's to my favorite like rain and Sean. This aim is to get it that man those those magazines do they helped me up like dude. I saw lager yeah in the back of that magazine. When I'm four or five years old you know he's what he did? They did a picture. He's working at a desk. Who is this guy? He's got a crazy mass but I see Abdulah bleeding in it. I saw say boo R._V.. D I was you know new Jack as I do sweet you know so the irony was on some vision clouding the ones I had I had the number one where it showed all the covers are all these pictures and then had the number one cut out in it then I had the Dudley Boys said those Damn Dudley's. Those are the two I have. I'm how `bout to revive. That's the one that Yup. See doesn't look like a normal dude Yelich trying to make them look normal duties like this is just a regular but it's like dude. You throw a fireball. It's on you know I wanNA say show Mike Lasana back over right or might even be came to that but I remember my dad randomly coming home and just like oh here and I just like the three different sexes nail sweep pictures they did rankings. You know like random pictures. You know something that I remember is. I pulled old like pitchers out of actually that's why I had pitchers of Lena when she was in w w was biscuit geniality something like that. It's not a huge C._W.. Guys when someone could be probably tweeting me right now correct EMU who knew idiots this sorry I remember I think she debuted like a year so after that I'm like wait a minute death lead like Oh my God. I had her pitchers like they had like really cool bio pitchers Yeah Oh yeah we're all the stats they stabbed SAMBUC. Okay Okay Jerry Lynn Okay. Oh Yeah I gotta see the rocks on stuff like that. They always had sweep pictures. Find the scene so yeah like I was kind of talking about this earlier. I get these waves where I just like two weeks week and a half. I'm dishonest subject like I'll listen to one type of music and I want to get the most out of that or I'll watch these guys movies or watch all this guy's matches and stuff like that you know so so even back then like we can go back to their you know like I was getting as much wrestling information as I could. At the time goes way before Internet was crazy inside. Get those magazines. I learned about people you know. I'd get the D._v._D.'s backyard wrestling game and you see all those guys and you know the J._C.. W D._V._D.'s and seeing Chris hero dog you know and just stuff like that. There's something else I was about to say about that magazine that Oh I was just trying to get the most so I was always. Just you know just just trying to learn as much as possible from I dunno where I was going with that. The Honda route that we all went to the show I was on and I went to the show and madman pounds just eating chicken nuggets and French fries and he was he said the whole show up and I was Kinda in awe was like wait a minute. The SAT doodle okay is how it works. I go nice to meet you. You know so just something random but almost nothing exactly the same thing but I remember there was one Gino show back when it was at Turner's Hall Okay Am I got there really early early. Actually helped set up a little bit and then I was told okay like you have to go way on hallway so I I went out and did it for some reason. When people started showing up they just waited in line outside of the building okay? I'm sitting in the empty hallway. Were normally the people are filing injure. I'll okay whatever like I'll just chill here and <hes> Russell. Some rats are starting to walk in and they must have thought I was part of the show or something Taylor Hendrix okay she walks right in puts through stuff down and she's like high Taylor like during the normal wrestler thing and I'm thinking you are don't worry about Oh. My God like just one of those weird surreal moments A._S._l.. Goes Man me. I never thought I'd be taking Chasa Jeff Hardy New Orleans yeah so that's bucket list stuff. I guess if I had a wrestling real wrestling like weird wrestling buckles because there's one thing of like meeting people like I've met some of my favorites. I think the only thing that comes the top of my head is I feel every wrestling fan should be like this to an extent. I really WANNA meet fence. Oh yeah man what all that's what I was gonNA say okay so I wanted to get the most everything right and so I was reading magazines whatever I can get my hands on five years old right so my grandpa new I loved wrestling. I loved it you know and by that time. I knew I was going to do it right so when I'm four or five and I'm seeing stone cold. I'm seeing disco inferno. Mike dammit dude had a cool dance. You know I'm going to be you know but outside is really what did too with stone cold.
"four five six years" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"They told us on Facebook who liked. To run a. Dog what are we. Talking about here are we talking about We are we talking about rush NFL seasons. About a. Wait a week away you're going to hear a lot about how, this players really tough for that players very gritty I'm sure. There are plenty of, toughing Brady players in the league but I doubt that many of them are tougher or grittier then an elite athlete you probably never. Heard of his name is Peterson gone and he just won the, green jersey in the tour de France on Sunday it was one of the most remarkable athletic feats I've ever, seen but since almost nobody falls professional. Cycling gimme a second? To explain after the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong everyone knows the winner of the tour where's, the yellow jersey that means you got the best time over. Twenty one days in several thousand miles on the bike but the tourists, several other juries jerseys that are very sought after the polka dot jersey goes to the best writer. In the mountains the white jerseys for the best new, writer in the green jersey goes to. The overall point leader so after. Sixteen days of writing a bike around France Peterson gone had. Dominated the points category he had? The green jersey rap Up all you had to do was finished. The race. In Paris if you days later but on day seventeen Sagawa had, a horrific crash his back was shredded there was a bloody. Road rash from his, shin all the way up his leg into his buttock his hands were mangled there's deep bruising all over the place if he stopped. Writing he'd be disqualified there are no injury timeouts in the tour, de France he had to climb back on the bike and finish stage seventeen it was nothing short of pure, courage on display the look on his. Face when he crossed? The finish line on day seventeen was it a broken man in shell shock now here's where it, gets interesting cigar was miles ahead of the nearest competition to. Win the green jersey only one problem he has to finish the entire, race that meant four more days of writing he had to finish each stage within twenty five percent. Of the leaders time or he would be disqualified no, finish no win no bonus money nothing. If you wanna see what athletes Toughness. Really looks like watch Peterson sedan less than forty eight hours after that crash ride two hundred kilometers. With a fresh green. Jersey on his back through a brutal. Mountain stage in the, Pierre knees there. Was a major battle for timing points happening at the, front of the race and Sagawa could barely sit on a bike. Seat the leaders were climbing up the twelve percent grades up the mountains at a withering pace and sagana would be disqualified if. He's twenty five percents lower than the healthy? Writers, what the helpless teammates and. Support from his crew he managed to barely finished in the allotted time constraint it was. Painful to watch them just walk let alone ride a bike the next day. He had to do an individual time trial with still open wounds on his, leg and his back again, within twenty, five percent, of the wintertime. He did that to finally on Sunday Had an easy ride through the streets of Paris even made a gallant attempt to win the stage with a sprint but the healthier riders overtook him in the end, he finished though he took the podium anyone the. Green jersey there's nothing even close in the major US. Sports that compares to the suffering of the, tour de France if you. Enjoy the spectacle a competition and men's will stripped of all ego and artifice do me a favor and look up some videos of Peterson gone that's what toughness. Ingredients of an athlete really looks like Yeah. What do you, do because it's, it's, the same. With him but were people were like you know the guy almost. Didn't even race because you start thinking about ROY start thinking about. Lance Armstrong and what happens now is a lot of the blood testing the blood? Doping tests they. Take they'll, take blood and then they hang onto it for years because they don't necessarily have up-to-date. Tests that. Can detect some of the doping or some of the. Masking now but they know down the road they. Will three four five six years from, now that's why cyclists we'll go three four five, years and then all of a sudden they get disqualified from a, racer they lose a metal and it's because the, science finally caught up do you think the, science will finally. Catch up with him or do you care I don't see I mean the grit that he showed determination. Was unlike very few things you'll ever see in sport all right come up with the Ron and Don show officer Merano there is a memorial for him. Today or officer if you miss that you missed something Really special Is. Really spectacular the, police department the, honor guard they did an incredible job of water and him his wife even. Spoke today we'll have that. For. You next it's the Ron and. Don.
"four five six years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Mentioned this to somebody which is the obvious you know hey someday you're not going to be able to take care of yourself or your spouse won't or something get a very good likelihood that something will happen to you certainly one of you is gonna die i one hundred percents they come back with wall say how about those cubs so they don't want to think about when you when you finally get them to actually deal with it then that's when you can get to a place where people get serious and want to find some kind of solution or the other is to find a reason to move on and ignore it go back to ignoring it that'd be that even even as they're starting to go through this problem let's get to the problem then it's too late to do a whole lot of now they have to just deal with it at the as best they can start writing checks for their bank account right this is a money they count on yeah airs at counted on and now all of a sudden you know can't do it anymore the head is probably the most difficult thing people do from an emotional point of view the the technically they can do it if they put you know put their mind to it but motivating yourself to do something to address an issue that's sometime in the future especially when you don't know when it's to see it's only potentially sometime in the future as far as things like nursing home disability insurance is another one that people have a hard time buying because they're not counting on it yeah it's going to happen all the odds are are not necessarily nursing home but having that end of life type of event that is costly and can go on for a long period of time statistically as is the one thing that that is is the most prevalent issue that that people have stage i think and i think maybe many people think of it as well and of life a couple of months sorry no big deal you know it may be a couple of a little bit of luck that'll be you but not you what has to happen that's right that's right you could get lucky and just go i think that's why a lot of people think about your sleep is a good thing but they don't think knowing that they don't think about the fact that it could be four five six years in some cases where they're perfectly healthy in the mind but their body is given out or vice versa all right any soul so so what we've done is great resolution yeah we've we come to a place where we have solutions that we can talk about we come to a place where there is news and a break and all these other things that need to be taken care gene pastula brought us down however he's going to give us hope that's what you do all right we're gonna come back with more johnny dean professor rick plum gene pastula joins us another segment just ahead bucket strategy investing tired of paying outrageous prices for agra well we have great news.
"four five six years" Discussed on People's Pharmacy
"You tell someone you need to lose fifty pounds when a doctor says that again there's no good playbook for them to do that it's so much more important to focus on getting remaining healthy and that might involve eating more healthily it will definitely involve exercising more but you might not see those fifty pounds come off you might see ten come off it's more important to maintain that than to lose another forty by using unhealthy weight loss strategies dr bulich how can we recognize an eating disorder which as you pointed out might not be so obvious and then what should we do about it so again if someone hasn't binge eating problem you're going to see food disappearing you might find wrappers and places you don't expect them you might find food in the car just evidence of someone perhaps having out of control eating if someone has anorexia you're likely to see weight loss remembering always that it could be someone who's very overweight who doesn't get emaciated but yet loses a lot of weight and has all the signs of starvation the most important thing is to get an evaluation people think that if you go in for an evaluation that that's the end of it you're going to be in therapy for the rest of your life not necessarily the case you want a professional a psychologist a psychiatrist even a dietitian if that makes people feel more comfortable cast their professional is over you to say yeah this is something we need to do some work on to get you out of this pattern and nothing will make a parent feel more comfortable than having that professional advice and knowing that there's someone they can go to to get answers about whether their concerns are well placed and what they need to do i'm guessing that a lot of people who have an eating disorder think it's their fault and so there's a lot of self loathing in the case if people who are really overweight but perhaps also for people who are really underweight and are suffering for manor xia how do we get them out of that rut in one of the things that i often say is the most important thing in treating people with eating disorders aside from the renew arrangement for people with anorexia and stopping the binging and purging is to get them to see themselves as i see them because i often see these really interesting often accomplished warm loving people who so deserve to have a place in the world but when they look at themselves in the mirror that's not what they see and so in some ways the most fulfilling part of psychotherapy is to bring these people around to see the beauty inside of them that they can't see that's hard to do if they're actively engaged in eating disorder behaviors but once you get past that there's still some work to do you know since who have anorexia for four five six years they miss a lot of the developmental milestones that the rest of our kids are going through so there's still a lot of repair there's still a lot of reliving and there's still a lot of rebuilding of their self esteem that's really important them important to bring them back to sort of a high level of functioning and realizing that they really do deserve to be here and live afl filling life doctor cindy.
White House press secretary responds to controversy over restaurant ouster
"This is jeff mckinney and the w o r newsroom there are now seven arrests in the machete hacking death of a fifteen year old bronx boy being charged in the death of la sandro guzman felise police say it was a case of mistaken identity when he was attacked by gang members last week at a bodega at one hundred and eighty third and bathgate guzman felice ran to a nearby hospital where he collapsed and died and here's more now on the tragedy of guzman felice sandro guzman police was one of the good kids in the neighborhood only adding to the grief over his senseless murder junior wasn't an explorer nyc youth explorer he was a protector and he was one of them he's one of us he united us and we lost and we lost him and houston angel a memorial candles pictures flowers and personal notes now surrounds the corner bodega where reputed gang members drag guzman felise out to the street and butchered him and no one tried to help alice stockton rosellini seven ten wwl our president trump this afternoon talking immigration in the oval office saying when people enter the us are legally they should quickly be sent back to where they came from we want a system where when people come in illegally they have to go out nice simple system that works you know mexico holes people for four hours five hours do hours and they're gone we have people for four five six years and they never leave white house press secretary sarah sanders today confirming she was kicked out of a virginia restaurant i was asked to leave a restaurant this weekend where i attempted to have dinner with my family i was asked to leave because i worked for president trump that happened to the red hen restaurant in lexington virginia the president today attack the red hen he attacked them on twitter saying it appears to be a dirty establishment is still no agreement between governor phil murphy and the new jersey state legislature on a budget for the next fiscal year even though his own party controls the legislature murphy says their budget isn't close to his we now have documented that the legislative leadership's plan is nearly a billion dollars short in being able to cover these needed investments the investments are for improving schools new.
"four five six years" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The us would need as many as five thousand judges to catch up with the backlog of cases involving undocumented persons the us it'd that elaborate as part of his justification in calling for instant deportation at the same time the president's happy he signed the order ending children being separated president trump saying in the oval office he does not regret signing the executive order last wednesday ending separating adults and children arrested for crossing into the ucla legally as for his tweets about near instant deportation with no due process for migrants mr trump thinks it meshes with keeping families together a nice simple system that works you know mexico halls people for four hours for five hours for two hours and we have people for four five six years and they never leave says in twenty eleven mexico changed its immigration laws giving some due process rights to illegal immigrants before that deportation could be swift bob costantini washington harley davidson facing rising costs from new tariffs to begin shifting production of motorcycles heading for europe from the us to factories overseas harley sees it europe is a critical market for the company you look at last year it did fifteen percent of its business their forty thousand motorcycles were sold so for now harley is basically going to eat the higher tariff costs the company says it's going to take a hit of thirty million to forty five million dollars for the rest of the year and if you look at the full year the impact could be as high as one hundred million dollars correspondent alison kasich well this'll be very hot week in albuquerque but we could see a break in the weather by the weekend national weather service meteorologist roger smith says it could be hint that the monsoons aren't far off large for high that's gonna give us a hot weather through thursdays going to start to slide east late thursday and by friday we could see some moisture move up from northern mexico smith says whenever we see moisture moving up from the south in late june or early july it's an encouraging sign that the monsoons.
"four five six years" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Kicked up fighting the three and four five six years enough the most everyone of them in the first round so you can say whatever the ones i can guarantee no one on twenty twenty three and do while 'cause feet on other on tv show before it's just it's just easy so yeah i i looked at other white wreck code in that on a big platform all by as it might fighting a lot a lot less important than by in a lot less so call win so no matter even even if i were even we tend to know someone was it was thanks so what's the point in trying to everyone is it freezing them all that to me is the craziest argument of all if someone wants to say oh he's getting a prime spot on belot or two hundred because he's famous all right fine there is something to that and i feel like you've acknowledged it but for people to criticize you for your opponents records like that you're supposed to be fighting guys who are ten and fifteen to know at this stage of her career that's absolutely ludicrous that would be mismanagement by your team to put you in fights like that that is the worst criticism that they can put forth but that's that's that's it like like she know fi no not even better to obama say you would never miss much like that yeah a four note with a fifteen and oh no we just meet no sense what like you say because.
"four five six years" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"I agree with you and it's interesting i for my experience and i've practice pediatrics a little over thirty years now so i've seen a whole generation of kids grow up and the kids who start out being you know more on the grasses meaner side you know three four five six years of age aren't necessarily that way when they hit their teen years so i really want to encourage parents that that what you see in your preschooler or your early elementary aged child isn't necessarily the way they're going to end up so so to dive in there and really nurture kindness in your in your kids i think that's really important i'm so grateful that you alluded to that experiment you know we're living in a in a tough culture and while our culture would say we have micro gretchen classes for college students be nice be nice don't hurt anybody's feelings the truth matter is our culture's pretty tough how does our culture promote vote or not promote kindness in kids well fortunately there is something like a kindness movement afoot there's the choose kind movement that was actually simulated by the by the book wonder the film came out last november so wonderful chapter book for kids courage parents used as a read aloud and also to see the movie and it encourages kids to reach out to others including cancer victims of cruelty and school the moi in the movie and the voice of the book had a severe facial deformity many kids were brutally unkind to him at but there were some children who reached out befriended him and it made all the difference in his life so in there there is a reaction against the cruelty in our culture and effort to try to promote kindness in all all sorts of different ways and yet taken as a whole the culture is problematic it's it's increasingly violent culture school shootings have all had his reeling the the the news tends to highlight that integrated distorted perception of the world this is normal behavior we're living in an uncivil culture where are publicly.
"four five six years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Peanut butter chocolate cheerios lucky charms frosted flakes would not happen oreos for breakfast so i don't know what this says about us as a cy i think it says we like eating this sugary stuff and i'll tell you why they should not allow the these cartoon type characters the the lucky charms leprechaun the tricks rabbit tony the tiger they should not allow those advertisements on children's programming be on children's cartoon shows and i would say there should be no advertising permitted on children's shows because when you're four five six years old your brain still forming you don't understand that that's an ad and that call to action to purchase this sugary drug like cereal on your brain can't process that you're supposed to be able to discern that that's an ad and you're supposed to make a decision as a consumer you're compelled to like a moth to a flame or like when you're when you're crabbing at night and you use a flashlight and the crabs just come right up it should not be permitted should not be permitted.
"four five six years" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"The weed that just simply was no longer sensitive took lifezette herbicide we saw the first life is state resistant weed from use on roundup ready soya beans was documented in two thousand one in the state of delaware was a field that had been planted for the fifth year in a row with roundup ready savings that was a dark day hey in the history of agricultural biotechnology because we'd scientists that actually predicted that it wouldn't take more than four five six years of continuous use of around a pretty crop to trigger the emergence of resisted weeds and melinda this is despite the fact that up had been used in us agriculture since 1974 and there had been essentially no life assay resisted weeds all the way up until two thousand one and the reason that changed is that the commercial introduction of genetically engineered crops dramatically changed a how glaxo assaid was applied and it dramatically increase the selection pressure on we'd communities and this led to the selection for genetically resistant weed and now you know sixteen years later we have a a half dozen socalled'superweeds that are no longer controlled by life of say and which are in fact resistant to essentially all other registered herbicides so farmers that have those sorts of weeds in their fields they have a real problem and those of us who believe in the midwest or in any part of the country where these crops are grown are also being placed at higher risk because now what's.
"four five six years" Discussed on KOIL
"To the people he already agree with and i'd say not for nothing mobile exxon you know i'm your guy and then they'd say okay and i they can either give me money or not to me the corruption comes in when you change your political view based on the money that's given you right okay now the fact that you actually went to them and and you you solicited them that right there falls under ethics 101 is being unethical well i'm not going to do you know how i do i'm not dumb yeah i would say i would tell my guys go out there i'd get a manafort in and say hey manafort you know go to well 'obon pam with this guy now a lot of people do that a lot of people do that right there but because they understand that it truly is unethical he'll you'll assumed and that's why they need trump to fail because if he succeeds in in quote draining the swamp light within the next four five six years is gonna be shown shined in everybody who be very very embarrassed because that will you just described even though it's not illegal oath okay and it's also explainable it steel unethical and he will be seen by the public of an ethnic on death the will swamp so i think trumpet attacking to swamp in segment he's not worried about the bureaucracy or the honeycomb of contractors are feeding off the lead to knock or are american system he going after the big the the junction that and a cut off the entire three who'd come down for global yeah and the guy the globalist stuff i agree with you thanks for the call eight through three eight five two four eight six six.
"four five six years" Discussed on KOIL
"They can either give me money or not to me the corruption comes in when you change your political view based on the money that's given you right okay now the fact that you actually went to them and and you you solicited them that right there falls under ethics 101 is being unethical yeah well i'm not going to do you know how i do what i'm not dumb yeah i would say i would tell my guys go out there i'd get a manafort in and say hey manafort you know go well 'obon pam with this guy now a lot of people do that a lot of people do that right there of because they understand that it truly is unethical you'll assumed and that's why they need trump to fail because if he succeeds in in quote draining the swamp a light within the next four five six years is gonna be shown shined in everybody's gonna be very very embarrassed because that will you just described even though it's not illegal okay and it's also explainable it steel unethical and he will be seen by the public and the conduct that will swamp so i think trump is attacking the swamp in segment he's not worried about the bureaucracy or the honeycomb of contractors are feeding off the lead to knock or our american system he going after the big the the the junction that's going to cut off entire three who'd come down for global yeah and the globe the globalist stuff i i agree with you thanks for the call eight three three eight five two four eight six six.
"four five six years" Discussed on Successful Dropout
"Well i think uh ba we could approach that question from a number of different angles i think there's you know the financial question where're at this point were watching this race uh between a you know e e what's going to implode i this this student loan a bubble laura this idea that colleges valuable bubble right um i think the sooner the the latter implodes the better because there are so many people marching and you're a you know look colleges and universities like it's the thirteenth grave gets absolutely mandatory to have any success in life and you know i see a lot of people who are leaving college in a worse position to succeed uh especially with a lot of these you know humanity these in in social sciences major's that are becoming increasingly popular today there in a worse position to achieve success than they were when they went into college four five six years earlier so um there's that angle i mean the the the social aspect of college um i worry i i you know i think it's a great place to who become a stronger um you know adults if you're a white male because you know everybody is lining up against you uh in your very bad and you're getting it from all sides so you're actually getting this kind of personal fortification which is kind of like the opposite to intention that i think a lot of those people are are trying to have frights i think there's there's you know a coddling um there's a lot of.