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Baby Bees Deprive Caregivers of Sleep
"If there's one thing we can all agree on it's the taking care of babies is a demanding business. New parents are always on duty and late night. Feedings and fussing leave caregivers. Chronically sleep deprived turns out the issues. Not unique to humans because the same thing happens to bees researchers found that worker bees who care for the brood get less sleep than their sisters because be babies produce chemicals that keep their caretakers away. The findings appear in the journal. Current biology it seems that all animals sleep including the birds and the bees yet this daily phenomenon still remains blanketed in mystery. Exact function of sleep is still a magma but we know that reduced or sleep loss is associated with reduced performance health and survive a motion. Nagai was a post doc at the hebrew university of jerusalem when he started studying sleep in particular he was curious about how animals can sometimes sacrificed shaddai when they've got important work to do especially moms tending to their young killa whale. Mothers for example follow their calves for the first few weeks postpartum and hardly ever sleep in this time for for several weeks rather than swimming along with killer. Whales for a couple of months negoti focused his attention on bumblebees. In these colonies a queen lays the eggs and worker. Bees called nurses care for the resulting hatchlings to start. The gari confirmed that when nurses were housed with larvae. They slept significantly less than bees. Who didn't have babies to attend to. So i envision was that the larvae are constantly signaling to the nest hungry and discipline lean is skipping the nurse bees away so the researchers replaced the larvae with poopie developmental stage. The doesn't require constant feeding and to our surprise. We found the nastiest with puberty slept even than that. We're house with feeding larvae. These babies. it seemed needed the equivalent of swatting. In didn't our we saw the nurses were incubating the. Up expensive sleep. What's more the baby's didn't even have to be there. It seems that simply surrounding the nurses with the cocoons in which the pupa had been resting was enough to keep the caregivers awaken on their toes. Which suggests that babies secreted chemical. That does the work late night cup of coffee. He decent protection is true. This is the first evidence that firms from juveniles can modulate the sleep of caregiver adults in animal keeping adult bees from getting their z's.
"gari" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"gari" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"Well I. Hope you've enjoyed that one a little bit different than what we normally covering the in business podcast. Obviously, not exactly business topics today, but the purpose of this series was to stretch our listeners, those of you who are interested anyway and thinking about the near term implications of going all the way to the longer term considerations where are we ultimately taking ourselves? That's what the future series was supposed to be about I'm considering spinning off as its own program or potentially keeping as A. Special Saturday series when we build up a kind of Corpus of interviews on particular future topics, I've got a couple of other talk some thinking about in the near term, but I'd love your thoughts do you WanNa. Keep this. As part of the I am business podcast. On Saturdays you can listen when you want or would you prefer to be a separate show? Let me know you can go to E. M. E. R. J. Dot Com Slash P. O. D. three that's pod is in podcast. DOT, com, Slash P. O. D., and then the number three that's GonNa, take you to literally a two question servant. How do you want us to do these futures episodes moving forward? What do you like about them? What do you not like about? What kind of topics would you like to see covered and would you like it to remain part of this program or to be broken? Off as its own thing, your ideas matter those of you who have given survey feedback about podcast. In the past, you have seen that feedback come to life and I know it and that's over the last two or three years we've done more and more surveys with our loyal listeners as our fan base has grown here. So I'd appreciate your thoughts and I hope you've enjoyed this. Getting back into a I use cases next Tuesday's you can look forward to our regularly scheduled business content and thanks for joining us on this. I ever round futures you're in business podcast. Blue..
"gari" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"The planet when eventually China goes the as as see happening just to kind of ground us in this idea of bringing things towards a global system of governance and a global way of managing artificial intelligence which has brought up. that. The potential of that takeoff in the level of intelligence is consequential. I've heard arguments. In fact, I am your friend Ben Gerstle from what I recall in previous conversations is a bit more of a fan of. A dispersed idea of maybe different people building different AI is in different parts of the world in that that sort of being able to just have a community of artificial intelligence and and a degree of freedom there, and that could be maybe less limiting to freedoms and maybe would be still a peaceful and prosperous state of affairs in terms of the development of a in different trajectories in different parts of the world. What are your thoughts there on if there are any pros to that side of the argument or his own Sure. The longer term stuff I'm talking about species stone instead still decades away. From and I say that is also inevitable because the problem is so to. A lot of people have heard the expression that the most complex thing that we know about. The. No you know. Humanly none universe. Is The human brain. We have one hundred billion neurons brain cells at brain. We have get quote Julian that's a thousand tree and connections between the neurons. So figuring out how that works is. A huge. It will take several decades at least. So in that timeframe before. We have truly human level auspicious intelligence maybe we still have a couple of decades. I see. See that is virtually so. So some changed become smarter and smarter and assuming this a EUBOEA. So let's see net problem Societies become fair. Then we can get rid of poverty we can educate everybody we can modify the thousands of genetic diseases in our DNA we can get rid of all the. Knowledge of how it works. We can just you've seen the movie GATTACA. Longtime ago. You know that was about three guys. One guy's traditionally bone faulty faulty human and the guy had never physical accident, but he was genetically perfect. So this a lot of positive stuff I mean we can extend life expectancies. The oldest living person around. A hundred and twenty. Know that seems to be human limit at the moment. But I. I can see you they'll be treatments that allow people to live longer than another decade to do three or four seething. This alone positive didn't that near-term different consequences, of Ai is perfectly viable before we start actually getting to the bigger consequential need to pull together this just she economic gross, we'll start. Shooting increasing productivity just. It just keeps. Compounding interest effects every year like I. noticed that like when I when I moved from China Detroit choice in China when I moved from China to Melbourne Australia. Literally overnight pan. Standard. Living. JUMPED TO MILE The Internet was like four times faster. Audis. Volkswagens. mercedes-benz. Streets people were fat. That's the bad side of. The downside I for sure I will problems so it just hit me. So soon, they'll be that effective coast just as an artificial intelligence fees more and more into the economy eventually dominating productivity growth who will be a numerous. Oh, people will benefit greatly from just being richer and happy it like economists now they're talking less about. Industrial Productivity Gross. Alone, during the taking the psychological root, he hasn't. H. Yeah. Jas. Gross. Yeah Happiness Australia New Zealand or big big leaders in in that conversation in part. Due to Martin Seligman, workout? In. UPN. Maybe, because maybe certainly sort of lucky as often gets recited to the the lucky country because fortunately, it's it has enormous mineral Wealth Yep. lucked there. You've got plenty of goals essentially go shopping this, but is it true? The essential that in terms of stangled living? So Gene P person Australia was taught. I. Didn't realize that and the expression name was the leaves is the quote. Sheep's back another. With selling woo in huge controversy to to Europe, and particularly to Britain move Britain's number one and and a very small population. But made a fortune says the standard of living. And now, I hear today that in median not average but median WILF. Still number. So, in some ways rather. It's a roller fortunate country but also how the downside it's not it's not a sage country it's not an intellectual country. So if you're an intellectual your plane with ideas, I recommend dump by trust. He liked good weather and. kangaroos. Show. If well, actually that's one of the best the one of the most urbanized countries in the planet. I. Think it's Best Sixty or seventy percent household private households. Ownership rate is very high so This is around sort of the the near-term economic concerns for. Global. Governance around artificial intelligence. Clearly, in your perspective as a artificial general intelligence becomes more powerful, there will be a conversation of how were we going to handle this and should we do this and how do we steer this and that that will be forced to be a global convoy Argument can digest. We think about the near-term about the economic inequalities artificial intelligence could create will there be need for global confluence around those kinds of new policies in other words will the whole of the you need to say, Hey, this is the way we need to treat unemployment now or will the United States and other countries have to work together to say here's a new economic system will there be a pull towards a global governance just from the economic effects of AI in your opinion. That's not obvious to me. So precise, for example, a pot of books on socialism just happen to be reading that topic at the moment, but the bottom of the pile is a book entitled. And it struck me when I was. So the the total in the book show as it only Oh that looks interesting. So his title. Fully automated. Luxury. Communism Yep. That's that's where things are going the percent ninety nine percent to polarity problem is now pressing. You could even you could even argue the the twenty twenty American election is sort of over this issue. Yeah. Safe to say so so I say in in the showtime as. Being very important and so economists and politicians need to think hard about that. He should because it's going to be it'll be explosive if it's not tackled and within five years of otherwise you'll be riots. So is pushing the potential luxury because we did project the growing and growing. Sea initially. Will the European Union will probably as a union, try to tackle these issues America is a union I. Mean I hate Americans arguing been a union centuries longer than Europe. Has. Since. arrived. In the United. Union. In its own Rypien third largest population country will. So he can see these blocks if you like political blocs more or less quasi independently trying to solve these problems. But of course, they'll be amongst the intellectuals thinking about these. Of course, OBI especially with the Internet will be thinking an influence each other. So in in that sense, it'll be more global. Politically, global your in terms of sovereignty political power..
"gari" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"Be more. Pressure Day politician. A. Swimming on the whole. Posing as. A. Day to day Poe chicks I'm not terribly interested in US longer term stuff but also it's much. I am a great believer. In the impact that technologies even rosemead showtime have on politics. For example, the huge impact that Is High. Is impactful as a the discovery of. The printing press and thanks to the printing press. We had the reformation and thanks to the reformation. We had the religious wars. And the sentencing autism yeah. It'll. The rise of the Internet speed by the way keeps doubling every year. Aware of. That phenomena called bread be are is an acronym, R. A. Ad Betrays Noah's biscuit. You send down the channel, the second and bit rate annuals. Doubling. So the speed of the Internet is doubling if a year, not every year and a half choose would said, and as a physicist seaney limit to have small, you can put a bit of information on but like an atom or electron or. A nuclear or Kwok. Stream. So. See Progress being made at the scaling down of technologies. Information Technologies, just going down down down down. So I don't see any limit effectively. So every time you double the capacity of you electrics and that just keeps going to buy to buy two by two to the ten two times to ten times. That's a thousand and that's ten years right? Because it's an annual doubly. So ten years one decade is a thousand times more powerful thousand times fuster Internet. So thirty years, that's a billion. And footy is so well within the lifetime of young. Young younger listeners and viewers will have an Internet that is a trillion times faster than what we have to stay. Now, one of the social political impacts of that because it'll be utterly different world with a trillion times faster internet, you'll be able to transmit images. Vivid Three D. as Rios Real. And you'll be able to put all the world's media into the household and everybody said you could travel the world you can have. Everything. Seems Super. That point right? I mean you're. The virtual the universe will get lost. It will just become people's yes. No, no one I. I completely agree with that I think we are going in we are going in. Right. So Stimulating, interesting, you could travel universe customized every permutation of your own preferences, right Look I'm getting a taste of it now the literally. I'm watching you with one screen. It's what a sixty, six, inch, four K. but tonight last I have an eighty six inch folk. And I view it a meter meter and a half away. So the two pretty well all my visual field all I see is a screen. There is room I just screamed. I'm immersed. The salesman used when trying to sell these these things you immersed in the image in the image and with its its full K.. So it's pretty rich, but because it's foci still see the pixels. So waiting with great inpatients for AK than all by probably by one next year also, very big screen. And then you can't see the pixels close up. So we're GONNA get vr where we could just go into the image of its a year. Wage is the price of. Fools then. We'll we'll. We'll have that. And you know the Internet keeps getting lost in foster it'll just change everything. You're people will talk to each other much more things will be more global lease. Language ideas will become nut geographically correlated, but spread mortis easily trump planet Italy to a cultural homogenization that intern will allow the creation of a global state fully democratic. More readily, and so and so on and always devolve it's largely technologically driven. ARE OCCURRING INSANE TIMEFRAME IS A. On Your special general intelligence is in peril. Say the two sets of development going on pretty well simulate FRY. Foot. And interacting strongly with each other local. We could literally have a whole separate in at some point I'm sure I will a whole separate series on the future of the human experience that is to say sort of existing in these VR BMI enhanced hyper personalized, mega preferable new realities which I'm straight ice cold convinces going to become massively credible the most people but that's a separate conversation but so I'm going to have myself there if you want a more media I'm sensing and another professional economists my brother is. I'm getting the feeling that a revolution going on ready amongst economists as they wake up to the idea the. Official, intelligence truly is polarizing the coach at technology is having such an impact to the ninety nine percent of getting poorer core road to the top one percents. It's just getting worse and worse, and this cannot go. So essentially economists and this this is happening. Now there's a flood of books coming out from the from the talk nine, the top economist, the potential is to get rid of puppy. We can educate we have the I myself as now that I'm retired, I self an Oscar, a c after retirement career and I as. As a global cater meaning global. I try to educate the planets. have. This huge whiteboard in my living room and I just give Alexis in Masters and PhD Pugh Math Math physics, and the goal of doing this is to provide high-level education free right I. Just put it on the Internet thousands of lectures on the Internet. And now the visually you're soon, you're youtube pretty well, everybody on the planet is going to have a snob phone you know an Internet phone. Survey. They will have access to these kind of free. Who? Lecture. So he can educate themselves. He is fitting into the global serve trend here this idea of. Super ubiquitously accessible education, different languages, and.
"gari" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"The I in business podcast where recover the farther future implications of artificial intelligence, and this is episode twelve of twelve of our series on Ai Governance our final interview. We is Dr Hugo to Garris. He's the former head of the artificial brain lab. It's Yemen University in China now resides in Australia wrote a paper that I believe is the cover story for a magazine in some month of Nineteen, eighty, nine I think. It was November of nineteen, eighty, nine called. What if AI succeeds in this paper he outlines what he believes will be great international conflict around super. INTELLIGENT AI systems once we can develop genuinely strong AI, how society and how nations will buy for Kate, around how this technology should be wielded around who has the power over it and about what the relation of man and machine should be when machines become vastly more powerful. So we speak a little bit about what that could look like in the near. Term, but then what some of the considerations will be at an international level in the long-term around how we need to relate to these technologies as they become astronomically more capable and what it could look like to be able to govern them well, potentially although it's awful tall order, this is a fellow who's been thinking about this for over thirty years is hardly anybody that's been thinking about Ai Governance as it pertains international conflict for that long and someone with a very strong applied maths and computer science. Background and someone who's also really influenced my thought when it comes to my own opinions in perspectives on what are the grand concerns the next three to four decades you Garissa someone is really molded. Some of my perspective's this is my first time ever speaking with him. We spoke for something like four or five hours oddly enough from opposite corners of the world. This interview is one tiny snippet of that very long conversation, but it's the most focused one on the topic of this interview series. So I. Wanted to carve out a little time specifically for governance, and that's what we've done for you here. In this final episode, this is someone I really learned a lot from this is a conversation I really enjoyed and I hope for you. It'll be a great cap off to this series on governance I'd mentioned that we were going to be starting with the. Early concerns of governing a I in the near term and going all the way to the long-term while Ben Gertz or last episode episode eleven of Twelve and Hugo Gareth twelve twelve These are the long term thinkers in this space. So honored have both of them without further.
"gari" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"This might shock you but back, bobby played. The major league minimum salary when he first broke into the big leagues was Forty Thousand Dollars Wow. Okay. So then we went on strike for it to go up at sixty thousand, and by the time he was done playing it was up around eighty thousand. So when you put that into perspective now a major league ballplayer amid a rookie first day uniform is GonNa make it to rate of five hundred thousand, right? Okay. So so put that in perspective. So for us. Robby played for the Yankees off and on for five and a half years in the major leagues but and he was a first round draft pick back. Then a first round draft pick would sign for about one hundred, thousand dollars. Now they signed for two or three, million or more. So just putting it all in perspective. So our money didn't last forever, right? We we had a finite amount of money and so when he was done playing for the Yankees and then a couple of minor league teams after AAA trying to get back to the big league. We look at our options and because he didn't have a degree 'cause he was drafted after our. With. College I. Did have a degree in teaching I went I went into teaching and our three children went to the school. I taught at it worked out real well for US but Bobby went into coaching and most coaches. Will never coach at the major league level. Those jobs are really coveted. The game has changed a lot recently and gotten a little weird with that. But but. For the bulk of the last twenty, thirty years you know you might. Coach or manage teams, which is like being head coach you know for. For, your whole life and never get bigly league opportunity. So what happened for us is that? Bobby. Started in the minor leagues and a couple of different things happen Eric One was. That we prayed and it was sixteen years. Sixteen years in the minor leagues before he got his first opportunity to coach a major league team in it team because I was leading Bible Studies. Four Major League rockies wives at the time because we lived in Denver. So I was teaching them their Bible Study and one of the wife became one of my best friends her husband Joe Girardi became manager at that time of the Florida Marlins he asked lobby to be one of his coaches. and. So we were with him for a year and then he got fired, which means we got rails goes so. Yeah, bobby went on to be a coach for another manager that was managing the San Diego padres. And then the following your Joe Girardi got the best job in baseball which was with New York Yankees. as his as the manager. So he asked me to be his third base coach, but at that point I quit. My job in education thinking this is it. I can finally write books. I can do what I want to full time. I can minister full-time we were both so excited but. I have another story. Are you ready for it? So. Here's what happened so. On my first. Team driving to my first game at Yankee Stadium. Watching bobby now as a coach, not a player now as a coach remember, this is now this point about. Oh about twenty years later from our original. Time of Prank, he'd be a coach. Manager's wife Joe Girardi wife Champ calls me on my way to the stadium and she says Gary There's a wife. That is in desperate trouble you're going to need if you would just sit and talk with her pray with her please I told her all about you. Would you do this, and of course, I said Yeah, of course, I would will come to find out. she was the wife of a superstar on the Yankees at the time and I get to the stadium I find where she's sitting. She doesn't sit with the other wives. and. At the time, her husband was having an affair with Madonna. And it hadn't hit the news yet but she knew about it and it was pretty traumatic for her and and so I sat in the stands and I encouraged her and I prayed with her that was on a Friday by Sunday, he had kicked her and their two little girls out of their home. And by Sunday afternoon, Jonah was sitting in her seat at Iki Stadium. So it was a nightmare in. We we basically just prayed and prayed as a team joe in kin bobby. Myself pray for this particular plane and I don't really WANNA see. People might figure out who it was. So anyway we loved on that Pointer Bobby was the infield coach, the third base coach. So he was running bobby's tutelage. We just encourages player as much as we could loved on him never never said anything detrimental about him or two. But at the end of that season bobbies first year with Yankees remember I quit my job you know everything was going well, I think I had my first book deal everything was full force. Well, we got a call one week after the season was over. From the general manager and from our good friend, the manager of the team Joe Girardi, and they said that that particular player had gotten US fired. She had gone to ownership and said, I'm not comfortable with him being my coach and. They let us go and we knew it was spiritual. We knew it was a spiritual battle. We knew it was Out of our control and even out of the GM and the managers control. And as God would have it. We we actually ended up having to go back down into the low minor leaks. The next year we couldn't find a job in the game. It was a really rough time I left my job. And We didn't do any radio interviews. We didn't. We didn't bad mouth that particular player we just took the high. Road. in a year, we went from the Best Job in baseball coaching to one of the worst jobs little williamsport Pennsylvania where the mascot was vomit. With a saw in his hand, do we went from the Yankees to some soft Terry varmint? You know team and was a her during that time timeframe. Yes Oh, it was awful because you know it had been our dream. Remember we prayed for. Sixteen years to get back to the major leagues as a coach, and then we were there for about two years. One year with the MARLINS. One year with. The padres and the? Yankees. So three years. And then all of a sudden back into the depths of the minor leagues, the low minor leagues. And there's a lot of money there. I. Don't know if people know that but the. Minor League teams, they generally don't pay variable. You literally can't make understood. That's exactly right. That's exactly right and and you know it was just that whole thing like Lori. We prayed we thought we had finally made it. We really did pay. Dues. Through all those years we've been so faithful matter of fact, we were being faithful in encouraging in helping a young white. You know when this particular player.
"gari" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"A. Half way there? This is the show where we have honest conversations with ornate Christians about today's Christian experience I'm so glad that you are here you've downloaded I don't believe in accidents I don't believe in luck I believe in providence and so I think it's no accident. That you are here listening. So thank you for doing that. We've got a really great story for you today a great conversation. Our guest is an author, speaker She's a nonprofit founder and the CEO of the Vine Uganda's I'm sure we'll hear a lot about that. She's also been married for thirty eight years to former, new? York Yankee. Bobby meacham. So that's really cool. Can't wait to hear about baseball a big baseball guy our guest is Gary Jerry Welcome to halfway there. Hurry Eric. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. I'm so glad to make the connection. We met the first time at Spark podcasters conference in Houston, which is now a few weeks ago by the time people here this might be a few months ago but That was a really great time. It was really great to meet you. Yes you too and I was so happy to hear your baseball. Fan that. You write off. This. Supposed to the huge part of your life hasn't it? Oh yes it has. It has I I never really liked baseball growing up in Colorado is at the time we didn't have you know throw Major League team. They're actually we had a minor league team, not a major league team and so football is really more my my favorite but I ended out. Dating a college, Baseball Star Bobby Meacham and. You know Kinda just was thrown into that life. We've been thirty eight years now in pro ball. So yes, I love it. I've seen more games than I could even imagine workout. Is Awesome? Okay. Well, we'll have to hear a little bit about that. Do you remember? When you were in Colorado, was it. was. It the bears that they had like the Denver bears. Yeah. Do you remember the the Zephyr? Yeah. So I grew up in Des Moines Iowa and we also had a AAA baseball team, the Iowa cubs, and I remember the Denver Zephyr is coming year after year. So that was. When I was a but I always ask people about that. But you're right Colorado is such a football town. They show Iraqis games just because it's a cool place to hang out but nobody's invested in the rockies. I got to have a about a year ago I got to have one of the rockies announcers on the show. That was pretty that was very fun so. I good. Good baseball stuff. Well, that's cool. So maybe we'll get to talk a little more about baseball as we go but I want to hear about your story. So you grew up in Colorado what was that like for you where you were what was your family like where you is believing family or what was it? Row Yeah. You know I I was not in a believing family as a matter of fact. When I was nine years old, my father was in a tragic car accident and prior to his car accident he was the youngest bank president in Colorado and three years old. He was the president of his own bank he was very charismatic handsome. And he had married my mom who was from Maryland he my father was from Colorado key brought her back to Colorado after they got married. And they started a lifestyle put their marriage was not good. And so one night. My mom had heard about a party up that his bank that she has not been invited to. So she drove up to the bank and often my father would just come home drunk or just be gone for weekends and she wouldn't know where he was. So this was kind of the issue and he hadn't invited or mentioned this bank party to her. So she drove up toward the bank was and found him that night in the car with another woman so that very night she told them their was over and shortly after she drove off. His car was involved in a massive car accident he was by himself in the car. but the car rolled off the road between Boulder Colorado in Denver in Milkman found him stone over the front end. Backseat. Paralyzed from the next? down. Found him about five am in the morning. We don't know how long had lane there paralyzed and some now my mom had to. Immediately. Go into the role of loving wife at the bedside of a paralyzed husband knowing what she'd seen the night before and so he was yeah, six months in ICU in a hospital in Denver and then six months in a Rehab Center before he came home a year later. And you know Eric. That's kind of really where everything fell apart my mom started drinking. She was quite. Violent in her drinking and just it was really. The. Bleakest off most awful time. You know we really lost our way as a family father just went silent. He really couldn't communicate much after that and. It was rough and when I left for college eventually, I was the oldest I was nine at the time of the accident. My little sister was six and my little brother was three years old and was. Basically. I'm sorry. That's good. So you said your father couldn't communicate with like he just wasn't able to or he just like shut down emotionally like he was just not. Good question. He just kinda shutdown just when it communicate he was quiet. You know and he has been on the top of the world and now had nothing no, and so after kind of helping to raise my brother and sister when I was able to get out to college I, just was like Sia by by I'm done here and that's when I went out to San Diego State and that's where I met Bobby My. Now, so it was it was good being there but in terms of faith you know I I basically had none I didn't I didn't know Jesus I'd never heard about Jesus? And it was there at San Diego State that I I gave my life over to Jesus basically doing eating disorder. That's what pushed me to give my life over to the war will tell us that story that happen. Yeah. Well, you know given kind of the way I was raised in such kind of trauma and basically neglect and some some violence. I I. Turn To. Food Eric. I.
To Kegel or Not to Kegel with Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed
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"gari" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Clip from Boston federal court Michael gari stood silently as the judge sentenced him to thirty three months in prison for his role in the insists bribery scheme he also has to forfeit three point six million dollars he'll self report to prison on February twenty fifth before sentencing gari apologize to all the victims who were hurt by the over prescribing of the fentanyl spray substance three of those victims got up and spoke talking about how the drug nearly ruined their lives the prosecution told the judge the entire scheme bribing doctors to prescribe subsystem to people who didn't need it would have failed if it worked for Gary's unit that unit was created to lie to insurance companies so that they would pay for the drugs Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio fallout for major league baseball's investigation into sign stealing by the Houston Astros they fired their manager and general manager after the league suspended the two for sign stealing during the Astros run to the twenty seventeen World Series team owner Jim crane neither one of those guys implemented this are are pushed it through the system it really came from the bottom up it's pretty clear in the report how that happened but neither one of them did anything about it and and that's unfortunate and the consequences are severe Houston also find five million dollars they'll lose their next to first and second round draft picks baseball commissioner rob Manfred strongly hinting that red Sox manager Alex core the Astros bench coach in twenty seventeen will face people are more severe punishment adding core develop the sign stealing system used by the Astros red Sox currently under investigation for sign stealing and chorus first season as manager twenty eighteen that's one the Sox won the war series of all time and being held on twenty five hundred dollars bail for allegedly video recording a boy in the shower in the locker room a chums for high school over the weekend during a wrestling tournament David Minard lawyer arguing for no bail saying her client did not attempt to get away Bristol county DA Thomas Quinn says he's plays the U. S. Supreme Court will not hear the peal of Michelle Carter convicted of urging her boyfriend Conrad Roy through texting to take his own life meanwhile a spokesman for the Bristol county sheriff's department says there have been no problems with Carter and she's been attending programs she set to be released from jail on January twenty third nearly two dozen Saudi military personnel being sent home as a result of last month's deadly shooting out of Florida navy base a Saudi airforce officer killed three American sailors at Naval Air Station Pensacola this was an act of terrorism and Attorney General William Barr says the shooter was motivated by jihadist ideology he says many of the other twenty one Saudi students being kicked out of the program also had jihadist or anti American material but did not accuse any of knowing about the attacks beforehand and none will face charges Sager make Connie at the White House overseas Queen Elizabeth agrees to grant prince Harry and his wife make in their worst for a more independent life CBS was Charlie d'agata tells us it appears the couple will keep their royal titles there hasn't that hasn't been announced but the feeling here is the sense is that there isn't as a level of resentment they're not sort of kicked off the reservation they they still will remains of those titles will continue as far as we know the queen issuing a statement calling today is royal summit constructive adding it's been agreed there will be a period of transition in which the Sussex's will spend time in Canada and the UK well coming up we'll look at the Oscar nominated seven three highway.
"gari" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Extensions like honey can help your online searches be a little bit more robust so don't get sucked in don't go crazy keep your head on straight gang Jill Slazenger thanks for the advice sure speaking of shopping the company that owns a Louis Vuitton Inbal gari is getting bigger a luxury goods maker LVMH says it has inked a deal to buy Tiffany for sixteen point two billion dollars the deal values the iconic luxury jewelry retailer at a hundred thirty five dollars a share it's a premium to its closing price Friday when Tiffany ended above a hundred and twenty five dollars a share the boards of both companies have to approve the deal and LVMH is aiming to close the acquisition by twenty twenty contingent upon regulatory approval CBS news correspondent Diane king hall Charles Schwab is buying TD Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars the deal continues to consolidate the industry with brokerages forced to make it free for customers to trade stocks online analysts say the deal would create a company so big that it may draw sharp scrutiny from antitrust regulators together the companies would have more than five trillion dollars in client assets eBay is reportedly nearing a deal to sell StubHub the Wall Street journal says the buyer would be via gogo which would pay four billion dollars the ago go is the world's largest secondary market place for tickets to live events the deal could be announced as early as today they say higher minimum wage requirement should not lead to job losses as some had predicted in twenty nineteen eighteen states an act wage increases with some eventually rising all the way to only fifteen dollars an hour economists tell actually owes the numbers suggest the link between minimum wage hikes and job losses with more hype than science boomers in trouble in London that city's transit authority is not renewing the company's license to operate there the B. B. C.'s feel like it well if the has said it will appeal and has described this decision as extraordinary and wrong they have twenty one days in which to look stuff to pale and then the appeal process will have to be had and during that process it will be able to continue operating a transport for London had renewed Hoover's license for only two months in September and had imposed stricter conditions following concerns about aggressive corporate tactics and passenger safety a dozen video creators are suing you to ban its parent company Google for discriminating against L. G. B. T. Q. content the class action lawsuit claims you to the algorithm age restriction videos and categorizes them as inappropriate for advertisers because of their LGBTQ content video creators make money based on the number of people who watch their videos they claim that YouTube's algorithm prevents them from making money for their work the advocate says Google has also faced criticism in the past for automatically flagging LGBTQ content as inappropriate it's nine thirty six and you're listening to the opening bell reports sponsored by online trading academy control your financial future I switch the.
"gari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Right need a little nineties alternative rock I'm glad you could join us everybody it's good to be back here in studio man it's been a while I've been in studio since Thursday it feels like it's been months there's a lot to get to today ma'am a lot to get to Mister sharp gonna talk a little bit about Donald Trump today the POD freak me out there for you I'll be off guard I could I I'm confused awesome to assume that you are the second option was Justin Bieber but I thought you might like that too much like what with POD instead okay listen we got a lot to get to come up in our number two by the way is gonna be a lot of fun our friend John Breaux Kagan from the infinity methods duties bringing a couple CCSD students were gonna play a little tricky game called are you smarter than the CCSD student are the answer for us is probably no but we're gonna do a little tricky contest anyway so that's gonna be a lot of fun but board we have a lot to get to get a start off right off the bat before we get to the news of the day Seth Moulton democratic presidential candidate will be joining us in studio tomorrow that is gonna be a ton of fun and is an Iraq war veteran he's got three degrees from Harvard really smart guy and I do believe he's gonna be on that stage coming up in the next debate yes how how many degrees and from where three from Harvard here three yes and they're all from harm yes it is in a rack when he's a war hero war veteran so we're really looking forward to having him in tomorrow a very busy guy yes warn the gari who is the reason why the NBA summer league is here in Vegas he'll be joining us in studio tomorrow as well as long as Jamison Wall Street got Michael of an ID on Wednesday we are off Thursday and Friday let's get to the news of the day and you know this is something though that I haven't really touched on yet because it happened a few days ago Donald Trump and and Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump once again brushing off Russia's interference in the election he makes a joke was Vladimir Putin who is chuckling I want to play this audio for you first this is Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump sitting together at a press conference and a reporter asked Donald Trump this question.
"gari" Discussed on Historical Figures
"She didn't want one to be cut down to hold her body on September twenty fifth two thousand eleven seventy one year old one Gerry Matthias passed away. She was buried in a specially made coffin of bamboo, reeds and other sustainable materials. One guy received a state funeral in October of two thousand eleven in who park, the very space she had campaign to save over two decades before over her lifetime. One Gari in the green. Movement oversaw the planting of over fifty million trees worldwide, longoria transformative work earned her immense, recognition, one Garis history of breaking barriers was important because of the doors shield bend for those who would follow in her footsteps. But at the end of the day one Gari didn't work for her own recognition. She strove to preserve the earth and make life better for the people who live on our planet has we closed out the second decade.
Amazon's re:MARS: The Robots Changing the Future
"Taste your way through Napa Valley, California with WSJ magazine and into Gari book this exclusive trip at Indy. Gari dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York, coming up, we're going to re Mars, not to the planet again, at is an event hosted by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos that brought together the leading minds to advance a golden age of innovation recapping. I look at the robots changing the future after these tech headlines. The journal reports that new while way phones will not come with Facebook, Instagram or what's app Facebook, which owns popular apps including Instagram. And what's up is one of the many software makers whose apps come pre installed with wa phones Facebook is the latest company to restrict access to its products following the US blacklisting of the Chinese tech giant, follow dance. Trump's coverage for more at the journal at wsJcom apples plan to allow anonymous sign ins on mobile apps to protect users privacy is threatening to choke off data to companies including Facebook, and Google as both use the information to track users and sell ads based on their habits. When apple releases its new mobile operating system. This fall apps download it through Apple's app store. We'll have another alternative clicking on an apple icon to generate a random Email address this allows users to participate without revealing any personal information, apple notes that it will not use the new sign in future to profile users or their. Vity Norwood, it, log or keep a record of signing information. AT and T is discussing plans to package. H B O sister channel Cinemax and its vast Warner Brothers TV and movie library into a streaming service, costing between sixteen and seventeen dollars a month. The strategy is aimed at keeping the media giant competitive against lower priced offerings in a crowded crowded field. The new streaming service, which debuts in beta form later this year, essentially includes all of Warner, media's entertainment offerings and will stream its own new original content. According to the latest research, people who abandoned traditional cable TV packages said they're willing to pay for about six different services, which end up costing about thirty eight dollars a month. Coming up through Amazon's tinted glasses, a first glimpse into our robotic future. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card, you know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching after your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. The Amazon remorse conference took place in Las Vegas last week where you would find robotic arms holding TV monitors greeting attendees. There were also spider robots that grabbed plates of food, and if anyone needed a beer delivered there's a robot for that, as well, the Amazon AI conference was, but a glimpse into our robotic future. David limp, Amazon, senior vice president explains the meaning of the event title conferences, re Mars Mars stands for machine. Learning automation robotics and space. And we really think that these are four Willie exciting domains of science that are moving forward really fast. And we wanted to put together a conference that brought the best and brightest around those areas together to see if they could inspire each other. Some of the more notable emerging tech uses haptic gloves, and rich Walker of the shadow robot company was on hand to discuss the. I ever tactile telly robot. We go to pair of robo Hans with fingertips with the sensitive to the human control gloves with feedbacks touch things. We're doing this over a distance of mere inches, but you could run this over the false side of the whoa, you could put the robot and a juris place to do a job. You didn't want to do and rounding out the who's who of the event was perhaps, one of the pioneers of robotics in our homes. I robot famous for launching the robot vacuum cleaner over twenty years ago. The company showed off new floor, mopping and lawn mowing robots Colin angle, I robot CEO, and co founder talks more on the future of home robotics, we're here as part of the election. I robots smart home to show vision of what this is going to be. How do you make a home that sort of understands itself, and just kind of does the right thing as you live your life? And you know if you're cooking and make a mess. Say alexa. I robot back in the kitchen and, and it does the right thing that is it for this edition of tech news briefing for more podcast head to wsJcom slash podcast for the Wall Street Journal reporting from the newsroom in New York, I'm Tanya boosters. Thanks for listening.
"gari" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Me Elissa. That's a really good point. Pat, it is alarming though, because that democratic house lady is trying to find people one hundred dollars for every time they masturbate, which is like, we'll just direct deposit checks directly to her. If that's the case. That's probably not gonna work out for her interact point is going to be alive. And well, and really all I need is a door that shuts. That's all I need like make sure the door shines. Okay. I don't know why people are even upset about anything for more than the amount of time. It takes the realize they could masturbate then whatever they're upset about the shutter door whip out their cell phones and go to town on themselves and the day's gonna turn around pretty quick. I totally agree. If you're if you're ever sitting there in the bathroom like looking for a condom, maybe freshening up your behold before you go out and have sex or the questionable partner, just jerk it, and I promise your life will be better for it. Because when you're done you're going to like, I'm really glad I didn't go have sex with that woman or that man. A threat is already looking. That's all I'm going to say, you don't know that you don't let's take it to the internet real quick, David Webb tweets at David bullet Gari. Dave Gari is listenable autos husband a lot of people saying this guy must be under some heat. David Webb says pay at DiBa Legari. How's this working out for you long, cold, showers or tape Gari slaps back? It says trending number one and got people talking about the issue working just fine. But you may have missed the point. It's about women and their right to make choices about their own health lives and body. Thanks for checking in David Webb show. But really, David Gahr. They've just been playing poison Ivy two if you know what I mean poison Ivy two that's a showdown between two ALPHA's right there. Just like outfit squaring off in the middle of Twitter. It's amazing the silverbacks going through pats tissues everyday boxes. Let's take it to the next story of all gone on hikes before it. Yes, you enjoy them the occasional. But your ton hunk of it will all time constantly, you gotta be one hike. You're not as much of a hike. Pappa you've got on some hikes. You gotta be kept tactically. My my one could be considered a long walk. But I'm in. What would you say? Okay. Cool. Enjoy it got to try once in a while gotta be careful on these remote hikes than the more remote, the more carefully to be because you know, you're far away from roads, you probably don't have cell phone service that might be some wildlife that are interesting out there for me. I'm most scared of large spiders, what about you guys when you're hiking fears. Snakes snakes passing. Yeah. Having to shit in the woods poison Ivy on the but type thing or what like. Okay. It is very messy messy messy, but exhilarating like if you get a nice leaf nice stack leaves like speaking of which are you familiar with with the POS, the natural or the natural, man. You might wanna Google it. It's a method of shitting. What's anyway continue? We'll check that out on those are all good, though, the shitting the woods spiders, snakes..
"gari" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Held up a hand out. The size of a field is Bob and rubbed. The knuckles is up. They were broad. Anymore? It was about my side wearing a shapeless stained white duck off cap faded dungarees and a jumper with the slaves road basements, heavy pager. But not flat. Is gray and set off by crow's feet wrinkles from squinting into the sun, and they were laughing at but no harm done. Giving isn't hurt bad? Maybe he wasn't big enough to put you over the side. Now, wait a minute. What does a lot of furniture and lose a lot of skin that way? Dumping. All right unload in a hurry and get out of here. Then what do you want? I hear you're looking for not maiden. I wanna sign on here about two hours too late. I know mate signed on and listen. If anybody told you the way to get a birth is the start knocking the crew around. I gave you the wrong idea. I wouldn't get into what Gari with. Oh, wait, a minute you ever made. I've been with Dale all my life, and I played it three years out of spending. I know that. On a you know, where I'm gone. Scarlet beauty and the about spread hadn't whispered me. Check your bills of lading inbound glass knives in general Pacific trading cargo, spill nosy for me Gallagher. Breath. I say get your sea boats off the ship manned and a loaded and ready to shove I get clearance. Let me think that'll be or you mean by that. There you go getting jumpy again. That was the question. I just wanted to know how long it'll be as quick as I can make it. I I can't blame me for that. Maybe it'll be long enough for me to try again. You need me on it. I've lived a long time without you Gallagher. If your I on a newspaper shipping com. That's as close as he'll come to my sailing..
These are the key factors to influencing digital consumers
"Jacob Jake is is with influences dot com. She's a digital marker marketer. She's a designer she's a content producer crap. So. Like the Lord. Russell industries. Right. You want to get your stuff out influences dot com is the way to do it creative strategy production distribution one of the way, she does that is by using influencers such as social media stars that have a million plus follow. Okay. You know, what I can't live without my tickle me. Cuervo RPM. I can't live without my belt. There are famous people that barely see the light of day. Like, I'm Brenda the makeup Queen, and I've never heard by the way, but she goes out to a convention or summit, all these. Yes. Jacobs. Right. I'm gonna have I'm like are in the show every day if I could because it's the most interesting what's up? Larry. How are you girl? I'm good. How are you? Good. So so with his last week when when you were on vacation again. So I had such we have such a great response. I mean, typically we get we get a guest on the air. We get five or six emails. We got something like sixty seventy miles about who is that girl. What's your website? So I thought I'd bring her back and talk do a reset plus with all the crap you got going on. Let's here as well. Are you talking about you talking about yourself as a digital marketer talk about what a digital marker is in the corporate world. I mean, I think that Martin. Be like the Madison Avenue agencies where during the same thing with social media content. That goes on your phone and stuff that you see it right away, not print or intelligent everything else. It used to be they'd find a place for your ad in the magazine followed up the next day with an ad in the newspaper, then a banner would fly over the beach. Then there'd be a TV commercial all within like twelve days twelve days as a key here are if I'm not mistaken with digital marketing world this instant, right? You can get your name and brand out there instant fifty know what you're doing correct. Yeah. It's interesting because there is a direct response component. That's different from anything else. Because you have, you know, something kind of white traditional media what she Scipio able to get a television commercial, but you couldn't track directly and what the response from that. Are you out of the picture is quickly as you get in was that mean that means? Look who's famous in the hey, forget about that guy. I mean within a week. I think everyone's like you even said to me when I got into this business twenty two decades. You said, hey, nobody knows every knows nobody knows I think they've every known for a while. But no, but I think that might happen quicker because. They're more floppy appetite for new out there. And my world with influencers. There's a lot of influencers that sort of have certain. Platform. So they'll see what's trending on something like YouTube, and then they can. What's that? That way for a little while. Yeah. Exactly. And then they. Trending. But the the apparently the original people on vine, they still find ways to trend, and then people are so ingrained in their lives. Find out what's going to happen that maybe I increased my popularity is too late to eat an ipod or whatever those things are. Oh. The time. Yeah. Ipod trending, then maybe I could do a joke about it. And then I would follow that wave. Like, you're saying trending right now is flying like all these kids. Wanna know? There's like. Kids making millions of dollars Yale ear making video spouse line. So, and that's because this is all about what you call how today's generation consumes content compared to old guys. Well, yeah, they can just decide what they wanna see baked video and put it out there. It's crazy now because you can make a video with your phone. Right away on your phone. I mean, I remember when I used to be cool because I knew how to use Photoshop. Video editing software now, I mean, you still in Europe, and he could do it for. Jacob is her name. Her website is influences dot com. What's on show? This would be though to take a bunch of millennials young kids and put them like a dial up phone and pager record player. Already video. Let's see look it's viral Cam once again. Wake up earlier. Of art is this doesn't just apply to products in corporations and bands and stuff. This is also about personal branding too, right? Oftentimes, like, Russ said, there might be there might be someone who's an expert at something who's really nobody knows. But but suddenly in their sphere of influence, they can create a personal brand that that they can monetize talk about creating a personal. My friend. Monty is always calls me and asked my viceroy he can do for his personal brand he likes to do sort of motivational messages. I think they just everybody's started over putting out content and be consistent about it. And don't over in get because some posts I mean, even. Millions of followers sometimes they'll put out video and it gets half of their response that they're the ones, but they don't just stop seeing videos because they alerted a optimize and change the thumbnail image several times sometimes they hit sometimes thumbnails pretty important. Yeah. Yeah. That before you know, 'cause I'll put a video of me doing comedy or comedy. Have like eight thousand views others, like eight views. So let's just say you've got Johnny wants buckets watching you on television right now in New York City, and he's got let's say two hundred followers of his friends and family, and he's a pretty witty guide. He's putting up. I dunno. Whatever how does that guy? I know there's probably no secret sauce there. But how would potentially a guy like that? By putting out good contact is just like, you just said don't don't don't over think it. Pretty good. How does that turn into ten thousand dollars? And how does that turn into a million followers? Streaky. I mean. Yeah, it's it's it's better to just create your ear tortured. Very clear content targeted towards the audience that you want, and then let's say he's putting out content like. Page interacts with his audience and make sure that they know exists. The hashtag thing important. So let's say you're putting out content for let's say fashion, for example. Is it important when you're putting out that content? The hashtag those things to get more eyeballs is that does that actually work. Yeah. It's kind of like, keyword optimization. That's interesting. So for example, if you tag several people that are in that same nets Mike picture on Instagram it can change the algorithm. So that you show up on those pages. So if you had all your friends everybody in your friend network. Year posts. So the same way you could tie like four you can tag. Gari? All right. I would ask you because Russ I want to rush to explain to all of us the difference between a hashtag.
"gari" Discussed on KNSS
"Tonight, are James van Prague world renowned medium and also REO, Ford also known as the cubit? Of consciousness she is in the for thirty years been living teaching and promoting consciousness through. Off forms of media and, she is the author of your soulmate secret to attract your soul mate as well so there are lots of, synchronicity is here that we're talking about in terms, of how Debbie came Debbie Ford Arielle sister came through James van Prague through reading to say, hey, there's, a book, that I wrote that. Nobody knows about. Could you please go find it, and she found it, in, its published in it's now out and it's called your holiness even when a step further James and RL did, I- channeling session or reading where deputy came through in REO was able to ask questions, and, if. You get a copy of the book you will see. That session Well on. The website which is Debbie Ford dot, com you can check all that out there so how do, we bring that level of consciousness through from our loved ones who've passed over and even. More importantly how do we understand how fast and broad and everlasting our consciousness is in order to last. Long enough to communicate with your loved ones and you pass over, on, the other side I think this is also a conscious, decision we need to personally make? So we're going to talk more about that, I welcome your questions James is not doing. Readings tonight but if you'd, like to ask a general question about the other side or Arielle question about the book please give us a, call I will be right back Lisa Gari listening, to coast to coast am Take one atom of nitrogen and. Bonded.
"gari" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"In clone walls mind stands so he gets hoffa zana shelved and then he lands somewhere and ends up on a an i didn't i haven't watched this i've just read it on the internet he he lands somewhere ends up on a planet and crofts a new pair of legs from self out of scrap giving himself spider legs how does he stay alive use the power of the dark forms thinking wilbur and you remember when wolverine was torn into by the health crossover and find his legs or most recent course deadpool deadpool two yeah so there's there's a star wars story out there they wanna do mole spinoff to see moles tiny red and black with with we don't see that no to a win then culture ice yes so he's so he's just kind of like don't yeah well we don't i don't know how much of his internal anatomy civilization because you'd think that he'd lost half maybe sensual organs but perhaps on anyway she makes us by the legs and then eventually replaces them with no metalic and then he gets recaptured by dos cities goes i think saw this play by gari oldman in lost in space yes that was then obviously he and he founds these he founds of the great crime syndicates i think he found straight amid mention crimson dawn in close but that's okay because i read about a bitch he found some he does become a crime boss that's that's all fit with this phone because interest in the credits this is the thing guys the answer to your question was into credits because he's credited.
"gari" Discussed on Security Now
"You know to makes make some good money so some worth considering okay this just seems like a bad idea there's something called b i m i i don't think this would pronounce it be me and it's as in you know be me up be i m i brand indicators for message identification and there's a lot of there's a lot of smoke around this there's a site www dot brand indicators dot org there's even something called the off indicators working group okay so the members of the oth indicators working group include an outfit called a gari that sorta seems to be spearheading this comcast google linked in microsoft oath oath as in the brian subsidiary that operates aol and yahoo pay pal return path and valla male bose last two being email providers and so what this group is trying to do i'm worried about they're trying to come up with a way to to attach verified logos to email the site asks the question rhetorically what if you could put your brand on every email and users could trust issue from from the from the site they say brand indicators for message identification be i m i is an industry wide standards effort that will use brand logos as indicators to help people avoid fraudulent email says absurd i know while doing marketers a few man i know a huge new opportunity to put their brands in front of consumers for free because no sitting scam would ever use your logo i i dare i know and so so they say if you use yahu mail you will see brand indicator logos from groupon a gari and other large brands in the financial services aviation and technology industries and so just to finish explain what their shoulder somewhere beside the email i mean like on the side.
"gari" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Also ryan is zach morris in that metaphor right oh yeah he talks directly to the camera all the time yes okay just checking now we need to garis so what is down yeah patrick has to be screech let's see if simone simone could be lisa right 'cause i mean i feel like it was aldo jesse in kelly not so much about lisa on northants you turtle heads out there i feel like the these are these are slowly coming together gavin is a slater absolutely well lable put a pit in namibia you know we'll be inspired by other tgif characters that ruminate with this tribe later on let's start getting into all of the stuff that we have prepared for this episode and we're gonna start as we start every podcast with our time capsule predictions liana for those of the uninitiated do you want to remind everyone about what we did and what we do in this segment right so what my can i did is at the beginning before the season even started we wrote out predictions for each one of the players where we talked about what we thought was going to happen with them and with their game play and where they were going to finish so either prima urge merge the finale or the winner and so why we have we lost all those up up hit him away and then as the players are voted out were then reading who what our preseason predictions were for these players so this week we're going to talk about patrick bolden and what mike and i had to say about his his chances in the game preseason and as always leave determined that our guest is going to be the one to make the final judgment call as to which one of us may be more accurate decision million this week the onus lays upon you are you ready to take that responsibility.