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A highlight from Alex Returns!, "The Orange League" with Neil from Dustup, and Macro with Dr.Jeff - September 4th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohle, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. What is up, all you Cafe Bitcoiners? It's good to be back. Good morning, guys. Good morning. Welcome back. Thank you. Good morning, Mike. Good morning, Mickey, Dom Bay, Peter, Jacob, all you Cafe Bitcoin regulars, all the hardcore, you know, the hardcore ones, they're the ones that show up. Bright and early on Labor Day. Yeah, you know what I'm saying? This is late for me, so it's just it's easy. I'm sorry, but this is late. I've been up since four thirty. Alex, man, it's good to have you back. Peter has just been out of control and it's great to have you back for things you just get like back in order. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. You're the one who's been singing on the show, Dom, not me. Don't you try and push this off, Dom Peter. We all know you're the one that's getting unruly in here. I thought the best way to celebrate Labor Day would be we're waking up early and working hard to spite the communists. Love that. Hey, Mickey, are you are you out? Are you no longer active duty? Not quite yet. All right. I can tell you've already got that short time's attitude, though. He's got he's got the itch, that's for sure. He's already got he's already got one one foot off the wall. Well, I'm looking forward to when you're a civilian and you can actually say all the things that are running through your mind that you won't let come out of your mouth. I have no idea what you're talking about, Alex. I'm sure you don't. Can neither confirm nor deny. Ollie North, plausible deniability. Good times, good times. Yeah, I got to hang out on the way down here, so some crazy shit happened on the way down here, by the way. So where you took us? No, I didn't stop at Burning Man. That was some I heard. That's crazy, too. They're like, are they still there? Are they walking around in the mud right now? Is that what's happening, man? The stuff that is coming out of Burning Man is just crazy. Some of the like what I've heard, Denny fever, I've heard Ebola. I mean, all the crazy shit coming out there. Bro, what is that organ? Is that Oregon Trail you're talking about or Burning Man? But to answer your question, Alex, as far as I understand, they are still stuck there. It's wild, man, FEMA, FEMA went in apparently and and are not allowing them to leave. What? Apparently, FEMA responded and they are not allowing them to leave. So so Burning Man has become a quarantine zone. You know, it's really hard to tell. I mean, do I really trust TikTok? I don't know. Hey, but hey, at least Diplo and Chris Rock walked their way out of there and got out safely. No, good for them. I mean, there seems to be a a real lack of news coverage on some of these or traditional media news coverage on some of these events. I'm not you know, there's there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of information coming out of Maui. It doesn't seem to be a whole lot of information coming out of Burning Man now. I mean, except for what's what what we're getting on social media. And, you know, I'm just not so sure how much I trust any of that. What are you trying to suggest, Peter? I don't know. I think it's odd. I think it's odd that that, you know, that there's not, you know, CBS and ABC helicopters flying over Maui. You know, I mean, I mean, when when the when the campfire in Northern California happened, what, three years ago and that that town was just completely devastated. Or the one in Colorado, the news media was all over it. You know, I mean, they were there. We were seeing we were seeing pictures. We were, you know, I mean, Maui's different. I don't understand.
Fresh update on "four thirty" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Up the ante here. So I think what we've heard as this strike is now a weekend is really that the sort of bid and ask here between the union and the companies remains pretty vast and not a whole lot of budging on either side. So what the are biggest sticking points at this point? We've heard about wage hikes, obviously. We've heard about eliminating job tiers. Is there any movement on any of the particular pieces that the AAW is looking for? Yeah, I think the idea of wage increases, is the idea of tiers where if you're a newer worker, for some time now you've been paid less than a worker right next to you who's been with the companies longer. I think the union also wants to call back some of the concessions that they made, say in 2007 or around that period of when these companies were really struggling to survive. The union agreed to take on retiree health care benefits. Retirement went away for workers. I think the companies are particularly reluctant to go back down road, that but I also think this comes down as well to job security. I think Stellantis may try to close multiple plants in North America, and the union obviously does not want to see that. I think the company is trying to reassure workers that while it may close some facilities, it'll be a matter of moving people around, but even that is disruptive to people's lives. In the meantime, of course, we've had picket lines at one plant each for Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis. What kind of impact has that had on the industry thus far, and how much further could these walkouts expand? Are we thinking it's going to be another each plant for each of the big three, or could it be even more than that? I think to this point, obviously, one plant for each company is something that the industry doesn't love but can deal with. It's something that we're quite used to after the last of couple years, after all. Quite a lot of disruptions to this industry with the chain issues that it's had. The chip shortage, obviously, it was for a while there. Every other day, you heard about another plant going down as a result of the fact that they couldn't get semiconductors. We So, we do have a situation where some of these products are really hot and in In high demand, you think of, say, the Ford Ranger or Ford Bronco, those are really tight supply. GM, Chevy Colorado, they only have so much inventory of that. We We'll will probably see some depletion of inventory if this lasts longer at the plants that have already seen walkouts. Whether or not we We see potentially another plant added at each company, I think is definitely something that everybody's kind of on the edge of their seat for this afternoon in Detroit. I do think that the union wants to be strategic here and sort of conserve the strike fund that they have. They pay out $500 a week to every worker who's on strike. There's a sort of give and take here, the more plants that you add to this strike, the less you have to work with in terms of of that strike fund. Maybe we see some temporary additions of plants and then some taking away of plants where workers have had to cope with only bringing in $500 a week for as long as they've been on strike and kind of shifting around the sacrifice here. All right, Craig, thanks for this. As always, Bloomberg Global Cars are Craig Trudell with us this morning as we count down to that news conference, a Facebook Live event scheduled for 10 a .m. Detroit time, that's 11 a .m. on Wall Street, when we could find out how much further this United Auto Workers strike could expand against Ford, General Motors and Stellantis. Futures this morning are pointed higher for a Friday morning. S &P futures are up two tenths of one percent or eight points. Dow futures are a little changed to the upside, though, up 22 points. And Nasdaq futures are up 61 points. That's a gain of four tenths of one percent. Ten year treasuries up four thirty seconds. The yield there four point four seven percent. This is Bloomberg. When you get your news from Bloomberg, you don't just get the story, the story behind the story. How your EVs battery may not be as green as it seems. Why a decrease in global birth rates could send countries scrambling to increase immigration. You get context and context changes how you see things, how you change things, because context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. With no fees or minimums and no overdraft fees, banking with Capital One is the easiest decision in the history of decisions. Kind of like choosing Derek Jeter as the pinch hitter for your baseball team. Jeter, you're in. We need a home run. I'll give it a try. I've swung a bat once or twice. That's out of here.
Karine Jean-Pierre Wakes up at 4:30 to Give No Answers
"That Jim sent over. Corinne Jean -Pierre says she gets up at 4 30 every morning to prepare for to prepare for what to refer you to the DOJ to refer you to Hunter Biden to say it's a complicated question she doesn't have an answer for to tell you she'll check on it get back to you later to tell you that that's that's not an issue she's going to address from the podium i'm not going to discuss it what what is is what is she ever has Corinne Jean -Pierre ever given a substantive answer from the podium ever has has there no i'm serious like Kaylee did Sarah Huckabee Sanders did even Saki it may but you not may have agreed with the substance but it's been an answer right has Corinne Jean -Pierre ever said something at the brady press room bob stan podium we were like oh okay i get it now ever she is the single worst press secretary easily in the history of the united states there's not even a close second there have been some embarrassing messes up there but no one nobody is genuinely awful as her jim can you just play this for me again cut four please and and keep in mind she calls you to check this out you know that is something i can get into a political she don't do i do hyper theoreticals i mean she gets up at four thirty
Fresh update on "four thirty" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"This is what we know the hyattsville arts festival the reston multicultural festival rundle county's river days event and the kunta kinte heritage festival in annapolis are all canceled this weekend they were all supposed to happen this weekend on saturday still scheduled for this weekend heads up is the old world culture festival in d c sick with w t l p will have the latest on how the storm could impact your weekend plans with traffic and weather on the eights good morning it's four thirty seven on w t l p thanks for starting your day with us time when you it need most diamonds direct is doing something that seems impossible they're rolling back finance rates to zero percent you heard it right now through october first you can get 0 .0 for five years so that ten thousand dollar engagement ring around is one hundred sixty seven dollars a month rings earrings bands bracelets make any
"four thirty" Discussed on WTOP
"It's four thirty eight traffic of weather on the eight series carlos is in the w two p traffic center thanks so much rich watching the accident scene here at uh... the interchange route of fifty and two oh one kennel worth avenue as i mentioned it looks like it is on the ramp from route fifty northbound onto two oh one if i'm not mistaken looks like it is going to be a from the ramp that goes eastbound onto northbound 201 do proceed with caution through that area i'm seeing a pretty significant delay watch out for it now if you are headed on the southeast southwest freeway hearing first reports of an accident scene i'd just watched a uh... fire truck make its way just past the third street tunnel looks like if there is a crash there is going to be likely not far from south capitol street i'll keep a closer i and see what i can can find here in camera you see it before i do as always give us a call one eight six six three oh four wtop or if you're shy like me we send us a voice message on the wtop app very useful there as you're making your way on to ninety -five southbound straight shot to the beltway interloop looks good to seventy southbound the work zone is on your approach towards west montgomery armory avenue the left lane in the local lanes is currently blocked with that were crew not the worst delay in the world of course depends on who you ask but you are seeing a little bit of a slowdown there just be extra cautious if you could as always if it's a little bit slow somewhere it's always a little bit more likely for crashes to happen to be careful carlos ramirez wtop traffic and now let's to go seven news first alert meteorologist mark pena well after some of us picked up some rain yesterday we're looking at mostly cloudy skies to start your sunday if you miss it on the rain yesterday don't worry
Fresh update on "four thirty" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"This wtop is news everything you need every time you listen the wtop producers desk is wired by ibew local 26 where electrical a bright morning september 22nd 2023 welcome in this early 4 a .m hour glad you're with idene lane teddy gellman is our producer among the top stories we're following for you on wtop this morning so cbs news brief an autoworker chicago a possible subject of a ua strike the possible ua w strike target as the union spells out strike expansion plans in mid -morning northwest of new york city a charter bus went over on embankment it killed two adults leaving several students seriously hurt they were from armingdale on long island when i saw the images is that you know these are friends you know like it's horrible that colonel richard mazzone of new york state police preliminary information indicates a failure of a front tire may have been a contributing factor to this accident california insurance commissioner moves to change some rules to keep insurers ensuring california right now companies are not allowed to factor in current or future risks when deciding what to charge for policies leading to many insurers pausing or restricting new this cbs is one day july at cbs news brief on tom forty double -d t lp at four thirty three one year zalinski was in washington on thursday this week the ukrainian leader meeting with president joe biden here in the u .s. at the white on thursday afternoon is the president of the great people in korea that's not hyperbole the people of ukraine have shown enormous has inspired the world during this visit the biden administration announced hundreds of millions in additional security aid for the country on capitol hill zalinski plea made a to personal congress to provide what he says is critical military aid and there's been a big setback this week for house republicans trying to pass a pentagon budget we get the very latest from wtop's capital hill correspondent mitchell miller today on the hill friday morning a handful of republicans for the second time this week has prevented passage of a procedural vote on the defense bill that means the bill which includes a military pay raise is stuck for now in the house the vote came after members of the house and senate met in separate meetings with ukraine's president senate majority leader chuck schumer says president zelensky told them if they don't approve new aid his country will lose the war with russia what what is the point of cutting off support now when we're at a turning point in the war but many house republicans oppose more funding for ukraine house speaker kevin mccarthy told reporters the meeting with zelensky was productive very concerned about i think he was very direct about where the war currently stands mccarthy meanwhile is still trying to get an agreement within gop the on a short -term spending bill to avert a government shutdown on capitol hill mitchell miller wtob news so are we or are we not barreling right now towards a government shutdown i think the right chances now of that are are greater than not this house republican cr that was unveiled last night even if house republicans were able to coalesce around that which at this point they are not so it would be dead on arrival in the senate senators are not happy with policy provisions dealing with the border in it and they're also not happy with the spending level who fund would the government act so house republicans can't even get a partisan piece of legislation through the idea that both here's differences as it's a high bar to clear that was michael snell congressional reporter for the hill on w t l t meantime nbc news reports to house republicans apparently are indicating they might be willing to work with democrats to fund the government to new york republicans say they're willing to consider a discharge petition as it's called to force votes on short term a short term funding bill stay tuned w t l t at four thirty five friday morning a nine one one call released this week to the a p associated press apparently shows the bizarre circumstances of an advanced fighter jet that went missing over the weekend you may remember in south carolina one -on -one what's the this was not the typical emergency call we got a pilot in the house and i guess he landed in my backyard south carolina i'm sorry what happened and a marine who lost his f -35 we had a military crash on the pilot we need to get uh rescue rolling i'm not sure where the airplane is it would have crash landed somewhere i ejected the jet kept flying for more than 60 miles before crashing the marines say flight control software designed to protect pilots and agencies could explain how it kept flying as for why it took more than a day to find the package the corps says the aircraft is designed to erase all secure communications once a pilot ejects sagar magani washington double
Breaking Down the Post MLB All-Star Break Stats
"Let's go ahead and start with a look beyond the box score. Those post all-star break numbers still very very high. As of monday's show was a fifty to average street. Twenty four base. four twenty. Two slugging will now. We've added a couple more days of three more days of data to those numbers. Still the two fifty two average on base down a little bit at three twenty one. But slugging up to four thirty five so at three twenty weighted on base average since the all-star break here across the league and that big uptick in slugging percentage is what i'm really focused on here for. Today's show as we know. The strikeout rate is down the stretch outrageous down quite significantly since that spin rate. Crackdown to hold a with the foreign substances. And all of that so guys are putting a lot more balls in play but now not only guys putting more balls in play but we're also seeing better fortunes at high-velocity contact and also more carry average fly ball. Distance is up here in the second. Half from june third. The time that's the second memo was actually sent out. It was a first memo in spring training back in march then. The memo came out june. Third major league baseball said we're going to take this seriously. Then enforcement started on. June twenty-first but any about from june third in july eleventh average fly ball distance three hundred nineteen here in the second. Half three hundred twenty one feet could be something could be nothing could be factors is obviously very hot in the month of july as we know and also to. You talked about this a lot on monday. Show but it's something that's still very relevant here on thursday is that we've seen a lot of below average starting pitchers since the all-star break guys are hurt. We've had several doubleheaders all of that. But also just what i've talked about on the daily article and then also on the shows here in that you've got a lot pitchers that have pitched on seven eight nine ten eleven days rest shohei. Ohtani pitched effectively two weeks worth of rest. It's tough to be sharp in those
Fresh update on "four thirty" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The place to go if you want the biggest selection of Ebikes. Ride it, love it, take it home. Visit -ebikes Strictly .com. Dave Doldine, WTOP traffic. Steve Rudin from 7 News whose First Alert Weather Center meteorologist joins us now. Steve we are going to get pounded this weekend with rain aren't we? Yeah lot a of rain and wind and temperatures will only be in the 60s on Saturday so it's definitely going to have a chilly feel fall because tomorrow but Saturday is also the beginning of autumn so let's talk about what's going on out there right now it's beautiful mix of sunny clouds temperatures upper 70s and lower 80s we'll stay that way for the next couple of hours through the evening hours totally dry anything outdoors a firm go passing clouds overnight we're in the 50s by early tomorrow morning tomorrow you're going to notice a day of transition with more clouds especially during the afternoon hours sun will quickly fade come three four o 'clock and then wet weather arrives by eight nine o 'clock from the southeast to the northwest so southern maryland first over toward the district and then eventually toward montgomery county and then hagerstown area and then moderate to heavy rain come late tomorrow night and then throughout the day on saturday might not be steady heavy rain throughout the day but we'll also see gusty winds upwards of forty miles per hour we'll clear things out a bit for the day on sunday it's seventy eight in quattico eighty eight u park in seventy seven in college park thank you steve brought to brought you by mervis diamond importers mervis means diamonds for the best quality and value nobody beats mervis diamonds visit mervis diamond dot com two fifty one on w t o p wesley financial group is not a law firm this story is called ugly truth about timeshare if you think you've done your family a favor by buying a timeshare you need my help hello i'm chuck mcdowell ceo and founder of wesley financial group ten years ago i started folks canceled their timeshare and in the process started what's now called the timeshare cancellation timeshare is the only thing that you can buy that you can't tell me how much it's going to cost or when it's going to end when buy you a timeshare you give them a blank check to fill out any amount they want for annual maintenance and assessment fees the crazy thing is this never ends even when you die your family's now going stuck to be with this burden stop the insanity today call my office now if we take years o 'clock i guarantee we'll cancel your time share or you'll pay nothing call for your free information eight hundred kid nine nine zero thirty four thirty four eight hundred nine nine zero thirty four thirty four eight hundred nine nine zero zero thirty four thirty four if you've been thinking about upgrading your outdoor space with a new fence deck patio and want to do it affordably now is just the right time long fence six is
The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change
"Edwards druidic wrote in yale environment. Three sixty about the new danger of shrinking ice cover in the arctic. It's created an arctic shipping. Boom that's literally sailing into uncharted waters. So is less but more radic sea ice a recipe for arctic shipping disasters edward strategic welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me on. So we know from the satellite records that climate change has dramatically changed arctic ice cover since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That's opened up new routes. How many of these shipping routes have reliable navigation charts in the arctic in say alaska. We've got only four percent of the region is charted in candidates. A little bit better. It's fourteen percent so not a lot and some areas. They're just no charting at all. You wrote about this russian ship that grounded in twenty eighteen. Tell us what happened there. Well i was aboard the ship. I was on. Us national science foundation expedition. We were supposed to begin in a place called resolute in the high arctic but The ship couldn't get in there so we had to board further south in the boothia peninsula. Which is entirely uncharted. And we within twelve hours Ran into a shoal Very violently and the ship was listing and We didn't really know what was going on at the time. Although we did know that we were spilling some fuel and that the ship must have been damaged but For about twenty four. Thirty six hours. We just didn't know what was going on. And it took that long for rescue to get to you. How did that play out. Fortunately the canadian coast guard ship was about twenty two hours away and another one was thirty. Six hours away they could easily have been five or six or seven days away. had we've begun to sink and had to man the lifeboats. We could have been in serious trouble. Had there been a lot of ice in the area or to storm. Come up
"four thirty" Discussed on Nugget's News Crypto & Finance Podcast
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Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning
"Then is this competition over before it's even begun anyone make sense of what they said in chicago. We'll find out as we get up with you. Starting right now delighted. You're here on. Wednesday greenie grouchy on when our studios in the seaport of football conversation. Coming your way in colluding jam saturday ready to go today. Mike tannenbaum ready to go today. Louis riddick and dan orlovsky will join us. But there's only one place to begin on this morning. Spectacular night from kevin durant and the brooklyn nets game five against milwaukee. The story early chains guarding it out making the return from a hamstring. He would play most of the night he would struggle particularly first half gophers six from the poor with two turnovers presence. Team to lift is deep. He was out there doing good but the nets would struggled mightily in the first half down. Sixteen into the third week and kevin durant would say this is about to become line night here. We got durant in the lane. Plays it up in good news just getting started ensuing possession durant in transition. This was his running mate last night. Jeff green seven eight from three twenty seven points nets creeping back into it. They're down nine final minute of the third durant. Good the six point game into the fourth quarter under nine to play now with into the rain using the screen. My goodness that's their first lead since it was two nothing just over five minutes now. What a game nets lead by one the rain mid range over middleton yes. That's why three a buck twenty to go down by two janas goes to the line again down by two crowd smelling blood. I one no road. He'd make a second to one point game under a minute ago. Still one point track clock winding down. Here's the biggest moment of the night. They've got him trapped two seconds on the clock one second of knocked down. Kevin durant could not be stopped. That's up by four thirty seconds ago. Mets
"four thirty" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"Okay quick story time. Last week was last friday to be exact. I woke up. And i just hop out of bed felt like a good morning. I had worked out the evening before. I had taken a shower before i went to bed so i woke up. I walked immediately into the bathroom. I washed my face. I got dressed. Anna jumped in my car. I was in my office and to be fair. I get really early and i typically start with clients somewhere around six or seven in the morning so i tried to get in around four four thirty that we can have time to write or record or creek or catch up and it has long been some of the best time of my day. It's nice and quiet and about halfway to my office and it's only fifteen minutes or so from my house..
Party of 4? Your Trail Is Ready. Busy Parks Try Reservations
"In response to the pandemic and the expectation of big crowds this summer parks around the country are offering reservations online Carissa Huntington's usual theory when going to Adirondack mountain reserve in New York is you snooze you lose not with advanced reservations holen shown their reservation our name we could park I didn't have to worry about getting here at like four thirty in the morning to get a spot to park John Schuler said the idea is to increase accessibility in a fair and equitable manner for all levels of hikers the reservation system offers a trade off to visitors sacrificing spontaneity and ease of access for benefits like a guaranteed parking spot in more elbow room in the woods Johnson for rookie is okay with that it's a more difficult process so we need to do to like preserve the land then it's not you know it's not too cumbersome the number of Americans who hiked last year increased by more than eight million the largest one year gain on record I'm at Donahue
Intel Launches 11th Gen. Core Tiger Lake-H: Eight Core 10nm Mobile Processors
"Into launches ten nanometer eleventh generation core tiger lake h high-performance mobile processors offering six to eight cores and twelve sixteen threads each with thirty two cores of z l. p. integrated graphics and all but the top end. I nine eleven nine hundred k. Supporting both the standard forty-five watt. Tdp power down. Thirty five watt version. The us include twenty lanes of express. Four point oh support eighty one decoding include built in thunderbolt four controllers and support. Ddr four thirty two hundred memory with intel claiming up to nineteen percent better performance per clock over the previous generation
"four thirty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It's free talk by technical of the airwaves. Talk about whatever you want. Six zero three two eight three six six zero for watching on video. You'll notice a minor change in the upper right corner. where now lists free. The crypto six dot com on the video streams replacing. Whatever was there. i don't remember now. Because i did it at like four thirty this morning. I don't remember exactly what i replaced. I think it was the matrix server. Actually you really don't like sleep. I've got too much to do to sleep. But i do in general. Hey sleep even before. I was busiest. Currently am because it takes me away from being productive and i would much rather be productive than not productive and being sleep is like the definition of not pronouncing. Do you think if you were more rested that you would be sharper or quicker or that you would be better at being as productive. Because you're you're great at being productive but do you think that could benefit you. It would. wednesdays are the worst days really. I'm not gonna be productive when i leave here tonight. I'm going to go home and do nothing. But that's because my wednesday start at like eight thirty in the morning and that's unusual. Tuesday and tuesday ended this time about four thirty. When you finished that. You're like oh. I gotta get a few hours sleep i. It was somewhere around four thirty or five. I don't know the exact time. But that's only because i have to work at my other job on day shift on wednesdays and that's normally not the case i can normally sleep until one or two in the afternoon and get plenty of while other people are out there being productive doing whatever the hell it is normal people do at nine in the morning. I'm sleeping because i'm up at four thirty in the morning being otherwise productive. When i'm sleeping you're awake. Yes i would rather not sleep at all. But they don't have a pill for that what they do but it makes you go crazy so they do have a pill. The makes you not sleep. Well not real could be like math or something. Say something that's on appeal but even just like without a job. If you don't sleep you go. Crazy happened to ian. It happened but that was prolonged awake for four days on purpose. Yeah well not really that. That was related. Who lsd okay. And i was like wait a minute but he was on purpose because he was like. He had this revelation that he didn't need sleep. Time wasn't real standing there naked at the top of the stairs. Declaring that time is not real ellen. How long did he sleep when he fell asleep. I it was so bad that mark mark paid the college kids who were living right down the street one hundred dollars to just take off of his hands. Oh wow just let him stay here for a few days let him. that's great. Didn't he get a committed because of that. I don't remember the how it all ended but the college kids have something to do with the commitment. I think he got committed briefly. Speaking of lsd though you have an interesting story about a ceo who was using lsd to pre coincidentally boost productivity and who has now been fired for doing so but before we get into that. Let's go to the phones. We got bobby. Calling from florida pa. You're on free talk live. Yeah so i wanted to mention that Brunette blonde read All all wonderful. And so i just wanted to mention that i wanted to get on the topic of Libertarian way. we had to doing right shooting. And that's the one we're officer caged was supposed to take the guy and actually shot him and i've heard a lot of like Like media and like different podcasts in different places. they're talking about. Oh instead libertarian Dream to abolish the police. In you know you fund them and all this and i know that Are you being away from your phone is your speaking or no. I'm right up next to it but On on the side of urine is sounds like there's like a little like a look yes there is. Don't get me started on that stupid. i've been tracing it down for the better part of two weeks and have not isolated yet but the volume going up and down. That's a new development. Let me just gets to the question. What do you guys and if it was me or you We would definitely be in jail for shooting somebody and they don't so what what. What do we do. These cases wants to libertarian. Way they take care this and that was the question the libertarian way would be to have a the ideal way to take care of. This would be to not have a police force going around tasing and shooting people just like we don't need a fire department going around patrolling a police department whether they're private or public would be better served if they only responded to actual reported crimes. I don't know how this story. I don't know if they would. This was a traffic stop. Or what do you happen to know. Bobby yeah. He was Out and he had a warrant for them and so these down his car and they pulled him over and then he got out of the car and then again she was resisting. Arrest was trying to get back in the car. And then that's when she had a glock and her hand the whole time though and then she never even pulled her date as days off the guy As he was you know standing by the door to say horrific story and i mean people want a quick sound bites type answer to these sorts of questions. I really wish i could give one but you know. There's the libertarian ideology in regards to the police department. Compasses a broad few of things. I mean it can't be condensed down to a three minute audio clip. Unfortunately and that's that's why more people aren't drawn to the liberty moments because we can't sell. I is that way. People don't want to listen to they. Don't wanna read a four hundred page book about how a society could function without these state control. A police force. They want to hear you know a politician. Stand there and tell them oh. Cops are bad but we're going to implement this policy and we're going to give them more money and diversity training and it's going to solve everything right so i don't know that i actually can as to your question about how libertarian society could handle this because it first of all you have to go back to the point that the vast majority of these things people are being incarcerated for and killed over in arrested over shouldn't be crimes in the first place because we shouldn't have state they're telling people hey you can't use this organic substance or you can't drive without a driver's license or whatever or you can't sell this thing to people whatever the case may be the vast majority of these things shouldn't be laws in the first place or should be crimes in the first place so police shouldn't be harassing people for doing those things and yet they are so you can't just start it. Oh well what would they libertarian. Cop have done or however you phrase the question you have to trace it all the way back and by then. Everyone's already tuned out because they didn't that ten second sound bite that they wanted. I think that in a libertarian society. There i mean obviously there wouldn't be a government had a police force over the entire united states or over an entire state And because of that there would they would have more incentives if there were cops to not mess up as bad so it just wouldn't happen every like three times a week in america if america had you know no government making police force. The has no accountability. It.
"four thirty" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Even mentioned it So it was so hard to find anything. I just felt like it was really neglected especially in our field. And we're supposed to be furthering so why not pick a topic that needs more research and something that you can put an imprint on and then someone else can build upon that and a bitchy. You bit off a little bit on that apple that time. Didn't it yeah a little more than i expected. So that's a good point. So let me ask you this lisa. I 'cause i know cat got questions. And i don't wanna cross but i wanna say this. Yeah as on The question that i have is with doing the research and gathering the information. And i know how i feel and some of the stuff that cat talked about and i do see a lot of similar. -ties and connections between many cases that are in the book. What did you find. Did you find any type of connection. Between all the cases the information you pulled in. Did you find a variable by chance. Yeah their house. A lot of patterns and commonalities There's actually quite a few to list. I and kind of go over. I don't know if you wanna do you. Wanna grab rene call first and then on that or do you want me to hit on that. I probably 'cause you're excuse me. Go ahead go ahead. And no i bring up. Bring her on. Hey girl what are you doing. I'm doing homework. Well that's why we're bringing you on I'm a little. Signed distraction. Roy so it was a twelve hour day for today alone. I've been up to four thirty. So rene you gotta you got a little thing for us tonight. Get a little But wasn't me personally. I'll tell you that it was my sister. When she was in high school in her freshman year she got pregnant and when she was out morning sickness or whatever there was a girl that would show up in her place at school.
"four thirty" Discussed on The Part-Time Jungle Podcast
"Out who i was. And then all of a sudden was mom in this tiny human. It was more important to me than work and work with still important. But i think if. I would've had a fulltime job. May exceed things a little bit differently but it gave me the opportunity to look at her in my life and sort of how in could make. That'll work so. I decided that i would never go back to monday to friday. Eight to four thirty job. I would never sit in an office. Again i would. This sounds extreme. But i would never happen. These people love me. That would get by saying would rather live in my vehicle than go back to that type of thing. I wanted to be there with my daughter and see her grow and learn. How so now. I do consulting thirty hours a week and then i rate as well sort of in my leftover time and my daughter goes to different places during the week. I think it's really good for her. To let other people love her and for her to get some social time realized coming single. Mom that all of a sudden i needed to do more work because i didn't have this extra income and i also wanted to raise her so making. This work for me was really really important and finding something that i loved. I woke up for identification. Cd for seventeen years. I was angry every day. And i knew i had to figure out what i loved and i always knew serve logically that being a mom would exhausting but i didn't realize how emotionally exhausting. It is to love somebody so much that you would literally give your life for them and the same moment want to put them in a new wbur and just be like dr dude dry fly. Just get this little person as far away from me as possible. So i think if we're talking about a tip incentive something that's worked for me in that i'm still actually very bad..
Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?
"Now on the eighteenth of march nineteen ninety stole thirteen works of art including masterpieces by rembrandt and vermeer from the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston massachusetts. The extraordinary story of that night and thirty years of investigation and intrigue that followed the subject of a new four part series on netflix. Could this is a robbery. I spoke to jeff siegel producer of the series about the greatest art host in history. Jeff to begin with. Let's set the scene. What happened in march. Nineteen ninety at the golden museum in boston. So saint patrick's day night in boston march seventeenth into the eighteenth. Nineteen ninety two men dressed as police officers. Ring the doorbell for the security desk at the isabella stewart gardner museum and are buzzed in pretty quickly by the guard on duty and without much effort are able to lower the guard away from the security desk away from the only panic button leading to the outside world and are able to can him have him call down the other security guard who is on the rounds and you know in just a matter of minutes. Basically taking control over the whole museum fairly effortlessly it seems like The protocol was that that it shouldn't be that easy but it turned out to be that easy and the two men obviously turn out to. Police officers handcuffed the the two guards and tie them up down in the basement of the museum before going on and eighty one minute excursion through the museum and stealing thirteen pieces of art including a few masterworks. That are just unbelievably priceless. A rembrandt storm on the sea of galilee. Another rembrandt ladies and gentlemen in black. The vermeer one only thirty four thirty five in the world. The concert as well as the one of the more curious ones being the matinee stolen from the blue room downstairs the shea tour tony as well as a few other a few other items that are not necessarily of such great value monetarily or as well known which is part of. What's kind of confounding about what what was stolen there. They stole a five day. Gos- sketches but also a chinese who and the final from an opole jahic flag which are two items. That just don't a lot of people don't really seem to fit in with everything else that was stolen
"four thirty" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"But i the other day we were out and i just started laughing. Almost maniacally and my son said. What are you laughing at now. it's like well. Who's this her screaming just laughing over. He's wanted to drive around four thirty five a few times in our neighborhood. Which is when everyone's coming and going from work kit. Everyone's out on walks kids around riding bikes. And it's it looks like what's that game. Every of the kids all play crossing the road. It's like modern. No that's frogger that it's seven and that's how i feel like this is frogger and we're everybody's going splat like we're doomed but he's great. He's great. I'm just not calm. Well i learned when i was fourteen but it was in nampa idaho so yeah you do have much risk of running into anything. But they like kids practically drive when they were six because they had to get to farm jobs. And so yeah. Most kids knew how to drive a try anyway. Yeah so it's just a different world and now that we live closer to the city and we're gonna get at driving through. Your neighborhood is going to be cozy street your cozy. There's a lot of sideswiping potential. There's a lotta. Yeah about squirrels motion potential. Yeah it's gonna i. I'll be ready before. She is apparently because yeah. She's going to be turned sixteen soon. I'm okay we're gonna. I don't want to drive need. She has to have a permit. I think six months before she can get the official license. Oh okay these are things. I don't know and then getting. The hermit requires a massive quantity of paperwork huge file of like proving that they're a person i mean it's insane but then i've heard once you have that done then you go to get your license and it's nothing new just prove that you've held a permit and you're done okay. Well i'm going to be all vaccine depp in two weeks and so you're coming over here and you're putting my folder together you know and a label it with my cricket so now.
Sony Xperia 1 III release date
"Sony updated its youtube. Banner to announce that it will launch a new experience product on april fourteenth at four thirty pm japan time it's unclear what the device will be but rumors have pointed to a new flagship potentially named the experi. One three
Beauty Is in the Eye of the Filter - DTNS 4001 - burst 01
"Coming up on the tech challenges of vaccine passes belkins phone mount that follows you and why we need to study what snapchat filters are doing to teen self images. This is the daily tech news. Four april second. Twenty twenty one in los angeles on merit and from studio graduate. I'm sarah lane. And i'm the show's producer. Roger chan also joining us. chris. Ashley is back. Welcome back chris. What up what up. I'm back like my man as e said. I'm back we were. We were just talking With chris about king's hawaiian rolls and sausages and grilling and all kinds of good stuff on good day internet if you want that wider show become a patriot dot com slash. Dt ns. let's start with a few things you should. Sony updated its youtube. Banner to announce that it will launch a new experience product on april fourteenth at four thirty pm japan time it's unclear what the device will be but rumors have pointed to a new flagship potentially named the experi. One three apple added thirty new titles to apple arcade including fantasia from final fantasy
"four thirty" Discussed on daily podcast
"Eight so for today to sit up street. Both your body relaxed. Strahan's three and breathe it naturally. Finding that ankara that you found yesterday and couple nice deep breaks to bring in exit debris in for two counts and for four counts in one two three four two to three four thirty to keep breathing like with the goal. Being that you're is shorter out breath locker would just keep breathing like this for a minute. Naturally again combat into the space. I'm interested in hearing what you deserved. It during that practice.
Wisdom in Tough Decisions From Exodus 40
"Exodus chapter forty versus thirty four thirty eight. I just wanna read these last versus in the book of exodus and then pray according to them then. The cloud covered the tent of meeting. And the glory of the lord filled the tabernacle and moses was not able to enter the tent of meeting because the cloud settled on it and the glory of the lord filled the tabernacle throughout all their journeys whenever the cloud was taken up from over the tabernacle the people of israel would set out but if the cloud was not taken up then they did not set out to the day that it was taken up for the cloud of the lord was on the tabernacle by day and fire was in it by night and the site of all the house of israel throughout all their journeys and dust. The book of exodus. What picture. I so much we could talk about here. Pray in light of here. But i specifically want to lead us to pray for god's direction in our lives. I'm guessing there some who are listening right now her walking through some major decisions in their lives. So you've got big decisions to make and you're praying god. Please show me what to do. What do i do next. What big decision to make here. That affects maybe not just even my life from my family but in fact so many different people and the way to that decision is is weighing. Heavy on you. There's others who may not be making those kinds of decisions but the reality is we make decisions every day and don't we want to be led by god in every single one of those decisions and this is right one of the most common questions that christians asked like. How do i know god's will for my life. How do. I know what god is leading me to do. And we could read a passage like exodus for you and be like well. That would make it easy. I just look where the cloud goes and follow the cloud
Most Intriguing Trade Deadline Teams with Bobby Marks
"To the low post podcast on a friday morning where we are six days away from the trade deadline but some trades of already happened. People are acting early. Miami acquired trevor ariza and the bucks made a very interesting move to acquire. Pj tucker but there's much left to do even on boring trade deadline's are never actually boring. Lots of stuff happens to help. Us preview are insider are cap expert former longtime nets executive. The one and only bobby marks how are you. I'm good zach. How're you. And i already had my usually about a week out from the trade. I start having nightmares in the middle of the night. And i did my first nightmare last night. That woke me up about four o'clock that A fictitional trade of paul george in kyle lowry to the nets for curry irving and i woke up thinking like how in the heck is at work cap wise but the person in my dream that i talked to said. Hey don't worry about it. Works and i was like check my phone right off. The bat at four thirty in that did not happen. That is that is really sad. I had a dream last night. That four of my friends in their families were quarantining at a former. I hop that still had all the i hop like syrup and technology to be a functioning and they were having lots of pancakes in great meals and i wanted to go visit them. This is what. I was dreaming about six days before the train then. I woke up very hungry. Bunny dream will probably more likely to happen than cholera. Paul george and brooklyn possibly. What did it before we start. What did you think of the bucks acquiring j. tucker in a deal of of minor draft assets. I would say yeah. I mean it was creative. I thought that you know the milwaukee because it hard cap and based on the picks going in that drew holiday trade really had limited options to go out and do it but they go under the milwaukee goes under the Luxury tax gives them flexibility on a hard cap houston from their front office with the draft. Picks i don't think it would have been able to do it if They didn't have that two thousand twenty second from the hardened trade. That was the box. Essentially that they got from jarrett for From cleveland jared allen. But i had never really seen a team basically swapping a first for a second and then tr trade back that two thousand twenty second and you move back a year in the draft so it was creative from from both sides. And you'll see what brand. Pj tucker we get in milwaukee because he has not been. He hasn't been great this year at all and is it just the level of interest of a houston team that has taken on major water. And do we get to see the pj tucker from the previous years. But it gives milwaukee a lot of different options as far as lineups that they can. They can roll out there with him.
"four thirty" Discussed on Five Minute Feng Shui
"Hello there funkaway friend. I am at the end of my day. And i saved this podcast episode. Because it's fun. And i remember my husband when we were living on a remote. A toll was where we met thirty years ago. Hard to believe it's not much time gone by but He taught me to play golf while we were out there. We had a little tiny islands two miles long a half mile wide and every we had a standing date at four thirty to play nine holes of golf together. And he's a great teacher. One.
Intel buys time with 'retrofit' Rocket Lake desktop PC chips
"Intel fully unveiled at seven th gen core desktop chips also known as rocket lake s these the cypress cove architecture which is at fourteen nanometer implementation of the willow cove architecture also used in ten nanometer tiger. Lick chips for laptops. That's important to note because the top of the line said in the gen desktop chip the core. I nine eleven nine hundred k. Has eight cores and sixteen threads which is to fewer occurs and four or fewer threads than the previous ten th gen flagship. The idea is that the more efficient architecture makes for up for the drop in cores in threads but until would like you to ignore all of that and pay more attention to instructions per cycle because those are nineteen percent better now and that's fair that's fair since most games don't use multiple cores anyway and the new top chip reaches up to five point three gigahertz on a single core until touted a fourteen percent improvement on flight simulator at ten eighty p even on multi core functions to- claims it's eighty eight percent faster than its last gen ed video editing and thirty five percent faster than is rising nine thousand nine hundred x so the independent benchmarks will be important. There are other advantages though. Potentially the eleven gen chips also address sizable bar which is a frame rate boost to compatible graphics chips from nvidia an md. You also get support for usb three point two john to by two thunderbolt four. Ddr four thirty two hundred ram and twenty gen four pci lanes new five hundred series. Motherboards are coming but rocket lake s will also work with existing four hundred series boards over clockers. we'll get a new and updated features in until extreme tuning utility if you're wondering about price until eleven gen. Desktop processors are available now from eighty two dollars to up to five hundred thirty
"four thirty" Discussed on The Who & How Club
"I know and i wanted to be as supportive as possible and there's no telling what these individuals may or may not do a moment of of aggression if they you know you'll see an individual you don't know what's going on through their mind within this field right. We're dealing with a lot of people who have in in instabilities incapabilities When it comes to expressing themselves and you know how how they have interact with people some things trigger them. Positions of power might trigger them The way you could save the the slightest thing in a in a in the worst kind of tone that might set them off rate. They're coming from traumatic backgrounds themselves. Not all but majority so once. This incident occurred. Police were called and this individual was escorted off the property but not by police By our other clients that are on site who really support the management team in the staff. Team that are that work at this place you know. And i'm truly grateful for that. I look at the clients that i work with as my angels. My guardian angels There to really support us as well but what bothers me is that it's not their job. I can't depend on clients to support us in in moments of aggression. That's what they're f- that's what we're there for right. That's why we're given the training that we're given to de de-escalate and so follow the proper procedures In the in dire needs in dire situation so once. The police finally arrived We gave them a bunch of details. We allow we let them know where this individual was escorted and all that jazz and their response to us is that they couldn't do anything you know. He's not there anymore. He's left the property There's nothing they could do. We weren't really satisfied with their response but we accept today and we thought that this individual was long gone and wouldn't be coming back to the site so we were. This had happened around. Maybe four thirty four thirty pm in the day if you fast forward now from then to about nine nine thirty Because i tend to work late at the site right And i don't live too far away but i love staying network. I love getting things done. I love working with my manager and things have been pretty cool as of late. So i'm like you know what let's just have fun. You know we went through a situation a few hours ago. bless less. We can relax. Everything has been taken care of. My manager was really taking it. Well she's also an individual that looks at the clientele that we serve as as people you know. She has respect for them and relationships with them that stem from i've learned from her and because of her positive relationships with some of the clients that i was too familiar with from previous organizations that i worked with its allowed me to have positive relationships with relationships with those individuals because if she gets along with them and she approves the client sees that and they like me just just out of you know association or whatever like that so.
2021 Lottery NBA Mock Draft
"Tony. And i are going to do our first lottery. Mock draft of the year today. We're going to go back and forth. Selecting picks to put a draft order together. Midseason is really difficult. Especially if you've looked at the standings anytime lately and seen how bunch together so many of these teams are so i went to espn's basketball power index That list teams projected records to the season through a number of statistical factors. I think it's it's probably a better look. At where teams are going to be at the end of the season then necessarily their records right now and then based off of that we put together a draft order that obviously is going to change and obviously will be affected by the nba draft lottery where the top top three teams each have a fourteen percent chance of getting the top pick and so on as you know how the draft lottery works and so doing a mock draft. This time of season tough until really until the draft lotteries over. We don't really know the order but but we have some guesses now based off of where teams what teams have played. And what's going on right now and we're going to do our best to give you a are mock draft For the twenty twenty one season. First one we're just gonna cover the lottery and we're going to let tony how the first pick in the draft and based off of that. Espn bpi has the minnesota timberwolves projected to have the worst record in the league. Which is actually pretty good news for minnesota timberwolves fans because the timber wolves have to trade pick to the golden state warriors if this is pick four thirty and so the only way minnesota keeps this pick is if they fall into top three right now. If the season were tomorrow they'd have about a forty point. Seven percent chance of keeping this year's draft pick a falling the top three in the draft. So this is no guarantee from minnesota that they'll have the number one pick they all said the number one pick last year. Tony you're on the board. Who do you select if you're the timber. Wolves with the number one. Pick in the twenty twenty one nba draft. I select the I will not need three minutes to make the selection I'm selecting k. Cunningham six hundred seventy one hundred twenty point guard out of oklahoma state and so when you When you make your draft selections you do to you draft for two things you draft For value and you draft for need and this is both in pick antibi- you pick for for for the minnesota timberwolves number one. K cunningham is the best player draft You know. I think the gap is actually close Because you know. I think jonathan coachman gain in jalen green. You know both of those guys you look at them and they have some real special tools But that being said you know k. Cunningham is is still am. I is the most shore Most short superstar player in his draft. In and i think that's a compliment to how good distract is going to be especially in the top five But you know cunningham can score at all three levels. No he's sick. He's all seven all twenty. He's he's a natural point guard You know if you're minnesota you're trying to trace the ngelo russell Like as soon as possible In you know you put k. cunningham in the backcourt with anthony edwards who i think both of us can safely say it's better than we thought he would And i think that. That's obviously a backward for the future for the minnesota timberwolves in a really nice triumvirate with karl anthony towns so Definitely you know we all rights won't always talk about. We need some some of these number. One picks the go out east but you get the number one pick in another kind of generational prospect that comes to the western conference. I'm totaling till the agreement with you. Tony i think look. I don't think. I think there's five guys that can make a claim to the number one pick in this draft and so it's not like cunningham is a lock here but because of that i would put all of these players in the same tier and then when you look at what minnesota actually needs on their basketball team. Right now i think cunningham is just the right fit for this team as well and i i see him as a really nice compliment to karl anthony towns and to ant man right now and i think that this is this will be a huge boon for minnesota. If they get this pick and you know look everybody in minnesota has got gotta be crossing their fingers at this point Like you said if they fall out of the top three golden state gets this pick. And i think golden state already one that andrew wiggins dangelo russell trade as it is but if they end up getting you know the fourth or fifth pick in the draft does as as well. It's going to be an absolute massacre on that trade.
"four thirty" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"I've got two and a half years to execute is an Hang back and i stopped stressing bad. If i was going to survive just started fox not yet turn off his. I'm gonna make it to an off. I'm gonna make it if i'd leave from any business open is gonna take turn off on sunshine on. Yeah i think it is amazing because you are a business within a business as well and so actually shifting you thinking too. This is my business senate. It's to take me a while to change prophet. Reckon that's a really good way of looking at things and you also just mentioned that you get up at four thirty in the morning. Now we've all heard of five. Am club but four. Thirty am cov-. I thought i was the anyone one they say. Tell me what does your day look like. While i got used to getting up at four thirty in the morning because of the army commander fettering feeds and i got a lot of benefit from getting up early morning before to get up at six before real estate and because realistically Time was enough for midget. Under that i still to go humming. Spent some time with the families. All saw Anyway let's go at four thirty in the morning. Then i get up in the mornings onto five city i study. I'll read books scrape stocks business plan and i go to my gym at five. Five fifteen comeback. Six thirty like breakfast for the kids. Do whatever i need to the has trump. it gets the school and.
"four thirty" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture
"For your level immediately there. Okay what else. Michelle wu and then. Those last one is a chunk. It's background noise right. So this is more of a chunk. So what does what does that mean. According for example for sure we always hear those sirens in new york for you right and for me. There's my puppy. Sometimes he's trying to get out of the office and he knocks on the door. He likes scratches on the door. There's background noise exactly exactly. What about now. I just thinking of white noise like you when you sleep. Do you have any like white noise or any sound in the background. I mean and what does that mean. Yeah white noise machine right so people even you can even have this on your phone through an app now rise or some people have an actual machine that lets out like a humming noise light humming or sometimes the sound of the ocean. I don't need it. I can sleep without it but some people need it but about you. Michelle i actually. Just the past. Couple of nights have been turning in on i go through phases. Although last night. I fell asleep at the tv on. Because sometimes i have nothing. Sometimes i'd tv. Sometimes i use my phone. Last night i fell asleep at the tv on at four thirty in the morning. I four thirty. Yeah no no not to know just to go to the back. Okay gotta go. And and i heard it was so scary. It was just like on tv. Because sometimes that that time of night the infomercials come on. Or i don't know why but it just like this woman singing the star spangled banner. And if you can just imagine like waking up at four thirty in the morning and you just hear someone singing the star spangled banner and you're like where am ver sure. There's no good tv on it. Four thirty in the morning. It's gotta be all infomercials awful stuff. Exactly exactly it's awesome so guys a lot of a lot of stuff..
"four thirty" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"And you can't hear it until you get into yes i would. Oh i was up until four thirty. In the morning this week With one of my sound editors who's also my offiorces. oh just cleaning out cleaning audio. Echoes on a two hour interview alike. So yeah so if you don't notice you're welcome. Ah yes i had a situation where like. How many clicky bracelets are you wearing. And how many buttons are they rubbing on. And why can't but i don't see it. I don't see stuff hanging off your jacket. But that's what it sounds like i know. And you know what's weird to is. I'm doing all of my interviews over a platform where we don't have video. So we're just doing audio and what i've realized is i have to cut out me enthusiastically going. Oh because they can't see my facial expressions and so i'm like giving audio cues like i'm listening. That's interesting right. Where i normally just would have shut my trap and done that. With my my kidding i would have done that with my dump face and instead of doing an audio sound like i'm interrupting so i have to go in and come out. So yeah we're we're doing all kinds of stuff behind the so. How come you choose to to record without video. I started using cast. I which is like an interface hand. I know i should do video. I think i might have to start soon doing video. But i think part of it is just out of pure laziness because i just like don't want to bathe every day i feel like i put on makeup more now than really then back before twe does that make sense. Yes no i guess it does. I don't know say before. You mean anti pandy anti pandy. Yeah sorry i. I wasn't what i meant. The anti and okay. Sorry i just use the terminology right. Yeah i was. I was being more cash about it. Got it got..
Big Bat, Loud Music: The Marcell Ozuna Experience
"Well david the braves made a run all the way to the last season and marcelo soon. It was a huge part of that. Can you remind us just how productive he was for the braves throughout this shortened season extremely productive at three thirty eight with a one thousand sixty seven opie s led the al in both homers with eighteen and rb is with fifty six high towering. Fly ball tepe center. Make it a three hundred night over. The batter's i straightaway center. I don't know if i've ever seen a ball go up there at fenway. I was saying the same thing up with the cameras are. He's a threat to win the triple crown. The last weekend in the season when his average fell back just a little bit still finished third batting average so he led the league in total bases. One hundred forty five was tied for second next since with thirty two and was third both obt at four thirty one and slugging percentage six thirty six so like i said extremely productive. If you watch a braves game you don't have to look too far for some marcelo. Zona antics was oona. Hits this ball eight hundred feet after he hits it he does a nice little stroll towards first and then he decides you know what. I'm just going to take a selfie right here. Tell us a little bit about his personality. What it meant for the clubhouse this past season. I can't think of another player that they could have signed to a one year deal like they did him a year ago in january and still have had in a year of kovin to have somebody come in and have the kind of profound impact he had on a team. You had to have a personality like he has which was really outgoing. He's a kind of gregarious guy. Everybody on the team lights. Not just what he does on the field but in the club house the energy the zone as a total package in every plays he's revered is kind of guy that he's so likable that he can play at boombox with salsa music at three in the morning on the team bus from the airport hotel. Crank it up and everybody just smiles instead of going turn off. That's the kind of personality has everybody loves. it was gonna signed a one year deal with atlanta. Just before last season he became a free agent and after months of uncertainty he finally decided to resign with atlanta. Recently four years sixty five million dollars for a guy that brought incredible protection to freddie freeman in his mvp year he exceeded expectations in atlanta. As you wrote david. His personality was on display during a recent zoom. Call with some reporters. What did you learn about his philosophy. Well he kind of put it specifically he said. I cannot have a bad day on the field as person. War is still happy because no everyday you will not be perfect day. You will not you. When i made they walk there. Were right so you had to be like in in in google. Not every day. You're going to make the world right so you have to be like always in a good mood. I don't worry about just going happy and bringing Like let's go. Let's go from it up meals. -i duck fung joke everything long. Talk have fun joke everything. That's the way you put it at the kirby cross. Everybody was just laughing as perfect. That's you. He refuses to let disappointments during the day whether they be over. Four day with three strikeouts or somebody on another team acting like an ass. It just doesn't let any of that. Get to take a person. Let's all roll off his back and kind of sees his role as always being there to bring everybody else up be energetic and spread that everybody
"four thirty" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"And i am putting down the thing of like but it's not as hard as i had a friend who was in an extremely difficult situation. She was overseas in about a bad a human situation as one can experience and she would call me and whatever she was having problems in a relationship chevron and this and that and she was constantly like. But i mean i feel like an idiot even talking about it because she was going out every day and witnessing the worst that humanity had to offer right and i kept saying to her. This is insane proposition. That you've set up for yourself that because i'm in and seeing the worst i can't feel bad about and and you've got. We're all doing that to ourselves right now and we have to stop. Nobody's clapping for us at seven pm. You know what i mean like. We all deserve somebody banging on pots and pans. Tell us we're doing a good job. Not that the people who were hearing. That didn't deserve that they did but like. We're not getting that from anybody anymore. We're not getting praise and also we are at the end of the day feeling awful and then like taking a hammer and hitting ourselves with it because we're bad people because someone else has it worse someone else always has it worse yes and let it go let it go and just suck your thumb and getting a warm bath and say this stinks and it's really hard for me yet. I'm taking some comfort. Is to put a little something positive in your path. That like it gets a little lighter every day and it's getting a little warmer every day and it's been a weird crazy winter in the east coast with lots of snow and a like over it but it was dark at four thirty now. It's dark at five thirty. it's coming and i am choosing. I love that. You're putting this in my path because i just googled right before we got on. When does the time change when the time changes. And it's.
Elsie Teaches Emma To Be An Internet Mom
"You're listening to beautiful podcasts. Emma recently shared that. She's expecting a baby this summer. So in this episode. I'm giving her a one on one on how to survive life as an internet mom online bullying in general overstepping in parenting on. The internet is always tough. But it's extra extra extra tough when you're a brand new mom so if you're at a similar stage in life to us this episode is for you and if not you can just listen and be glad that it's not you. Yeah yeah i was like how about we do an episode where you just give me advice about being a mom online. Because i just feel like. That's one area that People get royal judgy in mean on like even more than normal yet. I'm like ooh what's going on with this. Like i didn't become a mom till i can't remember enough. I was thirty four. Thirty five luscious say. I was in my mid thirties. When i became a mom so i had a whole decade of watching other people do online before i started so i knew it was gonna be rocky in that way. Yeah and it was everyone has boundaries whether you see them or not but even if you feel like you have pretty tight boundaries other people will not see it that way and it's it's just very challenging because a lot of the meanest comments you'll get our projections. It's not even really about something you did. It's about something that that person feels or that that person went through or that they're somehow trying to protect your child from so let's jump in. We've been blogging fourteen years so we definitely know how to deal with rude comments. Let's just put that out there. In the beginning it does get easier. We know how to delete in block. We know how to respond. We know how to learn from something. That is legitimate criticism. All of those things are normal to us for seasoned pros but when it comes to being a mom it does change it a little bit and I wanna give them a pep talk. That i never got because in some ways i wasn't prepared and i think especially in my first year of parenthood. I was a little bit more defensive than i am now. I wish that i wouldn't have been interesting. The internet tends to get really really invested in bloggers having babies and. I know that this already happening to emma. Even though it's like she's the most private person. I know a lot of bloggers. And she's probably like in the top two. Most private bloggers out of all of our group of friends. And it's still going to happen. So take notes emma. Here's your pop talk. Are you ready. Yes. let's do it. Yes and tell me and tell me what you think about each thing. Because i want to hear your thoughts to. I don't know parenting. I wanna say up front like the one of the reasons why we didn't make this parenting podcast and why we don't do. A lot of parenting advice is because that's not our job and we know that like i don't want it to be your job but i think in this one episode. I think it's worth it to just like go there Because we have learned some things and you're about to enter into a season where you're the most tired and the most stretched then that you've been in a long time and then to pile people being mean to you on top of that is just not fair. That's what i wish people. Well and i definitely feel like When people have made comments or criticism of my job which is like pudding In craps and things like that on the internet so if someone's like this recipe sucks. I'm like well you know this. I m putting this out there as a part of my career. Cookbook out. I you know have a. That's a big part of what i do on our blog. I feel a lot more like okay. This is what i'm choosing. But i don't really consider being a mom part of my career. I consider it something that i've always wanted to do. And i'm sure. I will want to share photos of my child and and myself being pregnant and things like that here and there but i don't really think of it as this is a career move. I just think of it as oh my mom's going to want to see this i'll post. Yeah okay well. It's harder when it's like that on that. No i have to skip ahead to point number five. Just read too early because it relates to what you're saying it says okay even if you make zero dollars from your kid never put them in and at et cetera. People will still call your mom blogger so just like let it happen. I was in a magazine article in. I think like people last year where they were calling me a mom blogger and it also had like clear and joanna from the home edit. They're definitely not mom bloggers either and then it had us with like you know some of the people who actually are mom workers so i feel like just having a kid in some people's minds makes you in the category of mom blogger. But i do think it's own business that the people who choose to do that they make these choices they make these big boundaries. They make these sacrifices. None of those things are we doing. And we're not even trying to enter into that category. It just gets muddy and other people's minds. Yeah okay so my first piece of advice and this is the best advice anyone ever gave to me. Before i became a mom and i think it's the most important parenting advice you can have is that you have to choose to listen to your instincts over everything so especially being a mama will want to give you a lot of advice from everything from you. Know your car seat choice to your education choices. You know if you ever open up about anything personal or any kind of struggle with your kid. The advice you'll get will be overwhelming and massive but your inner voice is already telling you at least for me every point in my parenting journey. My instincts have told me what to do. And i think that you can really trust them. They're there for a reason and they're really the biggest thing that you don't wanna ignore to now that makes sense. Yeah i'd i didn't read a ton of parenting books i've talked before about. I love the danish way of parenting. I and i did read a couple of books about adoption when we were first opting but reading like a ton a parenting books. I don't think is necessary. I think you have to listen to your own. Inner voice and it's good also to get like a core group of other moms who have some stuff in common with. You can listen to them. Like i usually ask my best friend a couple questions a year. You know or ask other moms. Who are bloggers laura. You know like ask her things whenever it has to do with like you know blogger specific stuff so
A Hacker Tried to Poison a Florida Town's Water Supply
"Hacked into florida towns water treatment plants software and remotely tried to poison. The town's water supply. Fortunately an employee caught it as it was happening and it was able to thwart the attempt. But it's still pretty ominous situation. How did it happen. Will the key in my layperson opinion and the thing that we should. Maybe be extra vigilant about in these remote working times. Is that the oldsmar. florida water. Treatment plant uses software called team viewer so that employees can remotely share screens and troubleshoot issues and the software also means that someone can take over your screen and cursor so initially when an employee noticed his cursor moving to radically he thought that's what it was but then it got stranger quoting wired the cursor began clicking through the water treatment plants controls within seconds the intruder was attempting to change the water supplies levels of sodium hydroxide also known as lye or caustic soda. Moving the setting from one hundred parts per million to eleven thousand one hundred parts per million in low concentrations the corrosive chemical regulates the ph level potable water at high levels. It severely damages human tissue it touches according to city officials. The operator quickly spotted the intrusion and return to the sodium hydroxide to normal levels. Even if he had the poisoned water would have taken twenty four thirty six hours to reach the city's population and automated. Ph testing safeguards would have triggered alarm. Caught the change before anyone was harmed they say and quotes. The whole thing is still being confirmed and corroborated by officials. They don't have many details to share and it sounds like they don't have many answers about who the culprit is and how they were able to infiltrate the tv where software and know exactly what to
That Good Night With Sunita Puri
"We're talking with dr sunita puri who works at the keck school of medicine at university of southern california as the daughter of a doctor sue. Nita grew up watching an admiring her mother's work so my mom's job was literally part of our household. I really think of medicine as the fifth person or concept living in our home in addition to my parents and my brother. And i and i really vividly remember. I must have been five years old. And i remember her leaving at probably four thirty five in the morning to drive from where we lived in evansville indiana to louisville where she was a resident in kentucky and i remember her in her blue blue font and her surgical scrubs and every day. I would hear her getting ready to go. It's like i was time to wake up at that time. And i would just start crying. I try to grab onto her legs so she wouldn't go. My dad would have to pull me off of her. I think my brother was an infant at the time so he doesn't remember this. But i always had this deep craving for my mother to be around more than she was and at the same time i remember being like probably six years old and going to the hospital with her and her holding my hand and us going into the post anesthesia. Care unit. she's an anesthesiologist. So after her patients came out of the operating room she would go check on them and so she took me with her. And i must not have been really even tall enough to see much over the hospital beds of these patients. But i remember my mom letting go of my hand and holding. Her patients hand that movement of her hand stands in my mind very clearly because she did put her hands on patients. She touched them with her hands and with her words and she would tell them. You did great in surgery house. You noncha- how's your pain. What can i do to help you feel better now that the hardest part is over and i just remember looking at her and the tenderness of her voice was the same with her patients as it was with me and i'll never forget the smell in the post anesthesia. Care unit of this kind of mix of clorox and some other very tough cleaning agents. I'll never forget the moans. I heard from patients who needed pain medicine. And i'll never forget how my mother would not just look down at them. She'd often pull up a chair so that they didn't have to crane their necks and she was i level with them and that to me really showed me not just how you can be a doctor but how you can be a human being connecting with another person. That was what soon nida envisioned for her life. That kind of connection. I was very conflicted about whether to go into medicine. I always have had the heart of a writer in a more creative person played piano classically for many years. I read voraciously. I wrote horrible teenage poetry. And i always had this more artistic bent me and in college. I really struggled with whether i want to go into medicine or whether i want to teach english in high school whether i just want to be a writer on my own terms and what ultimately led me to medicine was because i really wanted to be in the world as my mother was and knowing that that was her way of contributing to the betterment of the world it was always something that had this gravitational pull for me. I also really loved anatomy. Physiology biology and figuring out how those things interact with someone psyche so it was always there but i really decided not to go as a time writer because that pulled a little harder at me.
"four thirty" Discussed on Operation Optimism
"Dabbled into daily affirmations. I've dabbled into journaling journal lot when we were living in my inlaws basement. I can't read it because my brain was just in this like State of mind. And maybe someday i'll go back to read it and i want to do those things. I want to establish a morning routine where i am reading and spending that time with myself. And reflecting and meditating. And i just haven't got there yet. I've got all the books and all the things next to my bed every day so i know that it's it's something that i would love to do for myself because i think again that setting I'm a routine person. And i think that if i had that part of routine in my life that maybe the holidays would be a little bit easier. So elliott sounds like take my macoris because radio It's really funny that you say that. Because i'm like you asked me to be on this and i was like i was going to take the course. Y'all we're diving into meditation affirmations and like all of the things to help you be present in the moment and be calmer throughout your day and not feel solich. Yeah i think that god motherhood is proved and i mean you know and i always say that with every season it will get a little bit easier silly right now. I'm transitioning into this season of leaving my career and finding myself as a stay at home mom and maybe after this school year. I'll have you know a wake up in the morning and feel a little bit more like hey i can wake up early. I used to wake up at four thirty in the morning. And so ever since i left my job as i'm not setting an alarm i woke up so early for those years. I am sleeping in and now he's going to good routine. You can still wake up with your kids and like get off on a good foot. So that's what i need is to get off on the definitely talking about that. So i've got some things planned for. Yeah i'm excited. I gotta roll through these because i. I'm sorry i'm a talker you talker. It's okay if i had known. I would have a book to for longer. Okay sorry okay. I don't want to cut you off. No you're good okay. Shut up have you and your business partner and best friend. Megan always wanted to do business together. Now no no okay..
"four thirty" Discussed on Run With It
"I'm here with ethan janney ethan. How you doing man tired tired. I'm trying to reset my clock. I know i wanna wake up around four or five in the morning and today's my first day of just push myself out at four thirty so hopefully i'll be able to keep up with y'all today. I believe in so today. We've got all the sars on the podcast. He is the co founder one of the co founders and former ceo coo of beats music. He's a founder..
"four thirty" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
"I love it. I love it. What is a habit that you've developed over the past few years that's most improved your life. It's not picking my nose. You know i tell ya. it it's really. It is a habit and I get up early. I get up early. I get up. And i get going and i will tell you that i've read more done more by six am then. I've done more before. Most people are getting out of bed. Sure but the best habit. I can. I i have is is. I work hard and then the good lord of blessed me with a photographic memory and then i mean that has been. So how lucky is that. No kidding but but but you know i think the best habit i have is is just too nasty. I'm nasty. I mean get up early get after it And and don't quit but but but that's my that's probably the best habit i can think of is. Get up and get after. I think did pass that onto a lot of people. You know the the best thing you can do to get ahead is good up and get out of bed. Sure what what is the early to you. i'm up for calf. That's pretty dang early. I'm up between four four thirty it and it's hard for me to sleep that long but i forced myself but Between four and four thirty. I'm i'm getting after it. I'm reading. I'm reading sure. I'm catching up. I'm trying to figure out what happened in the world. I get sales reports in about eight o'clock every morning. So i'm watching. I'm watching labor. I'm watching our numbers I'm starting to talk to people by eight eight thirty and so you know there's again there's only so many hours in every everyday man. I wanna go through with my eyes open. I don't i don't want get a lot of. I don't want somebody to give me do..