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"gary welcome" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

"I know that it seemingly to gary has been weeks and weeks and winks wink wink wink. Yes people call like like sleeping catching forty winks. I'm gonna catch awake. her right. catch a few winks. Never heard catching forty wings was shirt and it's been. It's been lots of naps precarious. What i'm saying it's been winks in weeks and weeks since we recorded We've reported in the same room but through the magic of Time travel and recording something and sitting on it for a little bit. Hi gary welcome mattamy knockin season. Three skeleton crews. That's right is the roll triest book club but this time we are not actually doing any book clubbing. We're talking about short film. Adaptations from stephen king's short story collection skeleton crew for we're going to do the cruising dance dance and they're going to be a little ballistic busy for it charlene factory so loosey-goosey and we finally have these gary producing from our instagram. So there's still this ongoing drama right now with the mining. Today tommy knockers. The pioneer league baseball team out of nearby beat montana but they did partner with the brewing company who allegedly is owed. Several thousands of dollars in free pizza from the team did brew the mining city. Tommy knockers beer. Which i think has the greatest slogan for a beer. I've ever seen consistently good. I'm curious i called enjoyed for generations. Let's describe this. This figure on the canned elisa. Well it looks like angry. Santa claus for the gray coal with a cold. Greybeard an nf pickaxe but the pick ax is also a baseball bat. Oh my god noticed that. How come his helmet is also a baseball helmet question. Those would probably be pretty resilient underground. Well he's got some pretty big guns to and it says mining city. Tommy knockers crazy. To see tommy knockers in black and red and some beautiful black and red fund. and then there's those mountains with the nice pinstripes all the way around the can pinstripes. Well we're going to first of all. Let's we're going to do first of all we're gonna pop through these beers than pop through some short film adaptations of the stories. We've talked about this season so On three elisa bono fingernails working the cans too cold poise.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Do you think there's any part of stephen colbert. That wishes he to go back to being like actually funny not being an usc old and a nag. And a jerk. Listen look at this comedy skit if you're by a computer or you have your smartphone smartphone. And you're listening to us on the radio. Mic online dot com and click on. Watch mike on tv right now. So you can see this clown. Stephen colbert passionate off. What he thinks is comedy with a of dancing vaccine needles urging people to get the vaccine grabbing says the facts. Vax seen he's stupidly dancing with these men and women scourge that our vaccine needles on their heads. It's so stupid it's beyond stoop. I saw this video. I call my doctor and said is there a way i could get unvaccinated. I'd like to reverse my vaccine. Is that possible. You know you can reverse a vasectomy. Can you reverse a vaccine. I mean you think. Stephen colbert thinks that's going to urge people to get vaccinated. That's going to compel people to do with the smart kids. Say we should all be doing.

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Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:27 min | 10 months ago

Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes

"I'm here with ethnobotanist. Herbalist and author kerry hughes is driven by a ten nations fascination with the role. Plants can play in our health. Her purpose is ethno botanical discovery and strategically innovating and expanding the boundaries of natural products. You may find more about her writings and activities at ethno farm dot com so gary. Welcome to the show so excited that you're here again. You're here back on our show for episode one nine be and it's been a while but i'm super glad you're back 'cause i always remember talking to you. I feel like my brain just loves it. I always learn so much when i get to chat with you. Thank you for having me. And it's a delight to be back. Because i always like talking to fellow plant nerds whenever i can find an audience. Well you've got plenty of plant nerds tuning and we love all things plants and essential oils. So let's start out with. Just what is ethno botany. I can hardly say that word. So how on earth did you become one yet. It's always an odd thing. You're at a party or somebody somebody asked you like. What do you do. I always have to think. Do i want to give them the simple version or the because when i say ethnobotanist that always prompt more questions and really. It's pretty simple so an ethnobotanist in its most. General definition is somebody who studies the relationship between plants and humans and but that can take many different forms. And i am like formally trained of a degree in it but You know it's there are academic ethnobotanist that that do barge kind of academic projects were there cataloging plants and studying kind of like anthropology. You know how do people people you know in various corners of the globe us plants and when we use plants you think you know a lot of people think maybe a lot of people think about medicines. I for some reason. But you know really. We eat them every day of course with vegetables but there's also plants that we used for building. Our houses are made of plants. You know and our clothes are often made of plants cotton and so there's fiber there's food there's medicine am. There's you know a number of different uses out there for plants and you know most of my focus has been with the foods in the medicines.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:59 min | 11 months ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"All right back here. We go at home with Gary Sullivan as we take your calls regarding the home improvement. And Jerry's working on his deck and jury. Uh, what's the other question I can help you with? Um So should I use a, um, The The oxygen would bleach deck cleaner? Well, if it's peeling, I would use a regular deck stripper. Because you're going to have to get that up off the surface of the wood or it's going to continue to be a problem you're going to have so I would use the deck stripper, which is also going to, you know, Strip the surface off. It's also going to open up the wood grain, and then you know your your last cleaning before you get the application would staying. Yeah. You can use your oxygenated bleach cleaner. Just, you know, get a good and clean after stripping it all off. What about the debt? The would brighten you would not need a Brighton. Er because your stripper will function as the would brighten her. It'll open up the poor so I could use the Defi. Uh, Would stripper. You could. Yes, sir. Okay. And then you need to know. Yep. Very good. Thank you. Take care. Bye. Bye. Uh, just kind of heading up. There's all It used to be so easy. You know, all the deck strippers were kind of made the same way in the function and the application all the same way. The defi isn't acrylic deck sealer. Um, it's applied a little differently. It is two codes. But it's two coats. It's wet on wet. So you would work in maybe, like, uh, you know, 10 ft Square and you'd put a coat on then another code, and then you go to the next 10. So what all wet. And it's a beautiful finishing get an extra year to a season or two. A life out of that deck sealer. All right. Stand welcome. Hey, Gary, How are you? Yes, sir. Just fine. Great. Great. Hey, I'm a big JB Weld fan to very good. Use it for years. That's good stuff. Got a couple questions. One is my Dishwasher. We have hardwood floor in the kitchen and the dishwasher leaked and now a couple of the boards of buckled up. Is there any way to level of them back off time? Yeah. Time. Um okay. In some cases, they will level back up. But it may take six months. Oh, wow. Um, In other cases, they just don't level back up. It really really depends how much water got in there. How bad it warped type of wood. You know, there's a lot of variables, but in a lot of cases, um It can take 3 to 6 months and I think in three months you'll start getting idea if it's going to settle down or not. Um and you know, and then you have to replace that board. Mm. Okay, Well, we'll just wait it out then. Yep. Very good. Unfortunately, that's the that's the only answer. Okay. Okay. Well, my other question is I have galvanized steel sliding on the addition here about 25 years old and the paint's peeling off how Do you go about retaining well, still signing? I know commercially, they'll usually using acrylic epoxy, but for home siding, you can use a good grade of acrylic house paint. Um, obviously, whenever you have something that's peeling, we've got to take care of the pain or we got to get rid of the old paint. Um, the best you can, you're going to want to spot prime with a metal primer. And again using like a Sherman Williams emerald self prime ng paint. On top of that metal primer will do a great job. Um, it's it's, um, it would be here to a solvent based paints. It will be relatively fade resistant. So it's it's it's a top notch pain. That's what I would paint it with. What was that again? It's Sherman Williams. Emerald Exterior paint, Okay? Great already. Okay. Thanks a lot, Gerri. You're quite welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Take care, right, all right, and follow that up. That's uh steel, citing That's aluminum siding. And his vinyl, citing you go into your local hardware store or something. Start talking about vital siding and paint that they might look like you're an alien or something, but no, it can be painted. There is certain types of tint that has to be added to that pain that are radiant barrier paint. Um, it doesn't retain the heat solar reflective. You can't tell you pick a color and they just use A special type of tent on that. And you use the Emerald House paint and you could paint any of those types of sighting. Fact some of them paint out better than wood. All right. Let's go to Gary in Louisville, Gary welcome. Hey, Gerri, Like your name? It's a good one. But it's almost a dinosaur. Gary. That's all I can say. I know not too many left. Um I recently bought a house out West going to be moving there at some point has an interesting architectural feature and that it has Some concrete pillars, uh, at various points in the house and its role concrete. And I'm wondering and thinking I'm only going to get one shot at this to get it. Right. Um If I want to do something with that, and I'm not thinking necessarily paint, but some kind of marble izing some kind of texture or You know, variation to it. Have you seen anything like that? And what would you recommend? I mean, this isn't a concrete garage floor. It's it's something in the house in these killers. Well, there is, um yeah, I have. I don't know if I've seen it on the pillars, but there's a lot of when you talk about marble izing it. There's a lot of faux painting that can be done. Yeah, You know, I mean, I've seen like Gary Lord. He's retired now. But he's written books and everything else and Oh, my gosh, she can just about duplicate any type of finish you'd ever want. And in a good faux painter could do work like that, or You may have heard me talk about a product like roller rock. Yeah. Um, And I talk about you being used on a patio or garage floor, but you could use it on a vertical surface to Um, now, usually that supplied by a roller. And if it's around, pillar that's not going to happen. So you I don't know if you could apply it by brush. But I would investigate that because they got two types. They got roller rock, and then they were protocol to Rizzo. The terrorist so is like a granite recap product. Mm. I mean, it would look pretty cool on their Yeah, it's dish D a. I c h codings dot com. I think I would investigate that, in fact, even calling up there and talking to Peter Dish might be, um, worthwhile If it's not addressed on the website. They have tons of videos and things, but that would really look cool on there. Yeah, I mean, there's It's a southwestern, So I'm trying to think of what is going to be kind of indigenous to that area. I would say kind of look like it belongs. Yeah, maybe, like a stucco or something like that. Yeah, The house is stuck, so that would fit. You know, there's also said a technique..

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How TPA Is Leading The Alliance

Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

How TPA Is Leading The Alliance

"Morning. Good afternoon and good evening. Welcome to security rabbit hole to another edition of the down the security rabbit hole. Podcast this i have got the james back on the show james. Good good to have you back. Yeah welcome to the welcome to the new year man. It's yes we some twenty twenty thousand officially twenty twenty. Not you know ten minutes later. You made a you got through the new year. Okay no casualties. Yeah now say made it through You know chilly on the other side but hopefully in a month or so. It'll start warming up for us right. Yeah well it's it's january end of january ish so Middle of january. I think we're issue that center the middle of january so Yeah it's gonna hit you get back in the sixties any day. Now maya will entry outside. That has completely wilted because it's like what the heck it's been in the upper twenties at night but all right enough about the weather. And the post apocalyptic twenty twenty one year you guys know part of the skewed visor alliance otherwise known as the alliance if you're part of in your security leadership you absolutely should be. I'll look us up on length dan. It's we'll talk a little bit more about how to joining and get things done. But basically a community of seaso's insecurity leads that to make the world better and get to get a little get a little community income roderick process and to that end we have a new executive director boy. Wouldn't it be great if we had him on. The show and so here is gary. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much happy to be here calling in from sunny sunny southern california. It's absolutely beautiful. Yeah that's that's that's beautiful. I love that Are you guys What's your what's your temperatures there. You're the seventy six no no. I'm actually embarrassed to say that it's going to be eighty five degrees here today. L. man all right. Yeah yeah yeah. I apologize for that theft. Never apologize i kind of wish it was here all right so a little bit of your background and we'll kind of dive into the alliance of what you're going to be doing it. Sure so this has been a long path for me in the In the cybersecurity space. I actually started in in the Early nineteen eighties. Eight eight dating myself. That way. But i think i was in it before i even knew i was in it. If that makes sense. I was learning what it wasn't a thing But at the same time. I was still doing what other guys were doing. And that's you know. Hey there was some technology beginning to get implemented in places and And there was a general sense that you had to worry about how it got secured Working with a A defense contractor in the dc area and they brought in wang word processing systems. And now you're now you're really dating. Oh this is this is crazy for yet. Do you wanna stop here. I am i. Am i too old for the show great. I don't know how many of our listeners remember the way god a while well. Or how deep. The penetration of that product was across especially across government. It was used really well so anyway. I sort became Someone who one of the people who understood the the underpinnings of wang a little bit and and what have you. And i'm not saying i'm proud of that. I'm just saying i did it. And along the way the. Us state department decided to standardize on on wang systems. They had no No computing technology in embassies and consulates around the world Back in those days the only means of communicating if you were working in an embassy or consulate was by sending telegrams sending cables and those were all done very secure rooms. And you know you kinda typed out a telegram. Carry it up to the to the communication center it was re entered into a into a cable system and sent out to whatever. The destination was so word processing was a huge step up as you can imagine at that time and and they rightly got a little bit worried about what. What does it mean. If we start putting these things all over the world and And i had the good fortune to be recruited at that time and later mentored by By one of the people. I think is really one of the sort of unsung giants in the in the cybersecurity. Space guy name lynn mcnulty Who later became a significant player. Nist and variety of other places but but lynn was tasked with building a what they called the computer security team For the department state he

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"gary welcome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Political analyst Gary Dietrich, who joins us right now, Gary, Welcome to the show, buddy. That it is so good to hear you back in the radio saddle, buddy. Thanks. Really? Thanks. Really, man. You had to see you back there behind the mike. And, you know, feeling much better, man. We're glad you made it through the bed and you're back at it. Here is we start a new year, one that everybody has been waiting for. And tomorrow a day that some have looked forward to some of feared, But we're gonna have a new president added up tomorrow. Ah, yes. And what is it s so what's the final thing on this? Is it going to be Mike Pence? Attending or because I know the president has And I think this may have happened to you correct me if I'm wrong only once before, maybe where the outgoing president is not representing We're back it Andrew Johnson last time the president was not there for the inauguration. Mike Pence is going to represent the administration. He will be there. Donald Trump wheels up in Air Force one for his last trip. On that jet down to mar a Lago, Florida and he'll be understand wheels up about 8, 30 eastern. So you want to watch that in person? You'll need to get early tomorrow. Here on the West Coast. You understand? It's gonna be like, uh, Like 4 30. The coverage begins somewhere around 4 30 or five AM Gary. Yeah, I'm not. I don't have that shift. Thank God that I mean me, either. I will be up. Well, I think you're gonna go all day tomorrow. Just real quick, So people know that we'll be wheels up for the president early in the morning. Then the inaugural activities begin late morning course that traditional swearing in will happen at noon. Under the actually a prime time concert. You know, normally crusty things all happen in person is going to be virtual Tom Hanks hosting that tomorrow night, No inaugural balls that we usually see no people on Capitol Mall. Almost 200,000. American flags will be representing in 56 rows representing the 50 states and six territories. That's what people will see tomorrow. The rest of it, though. You know, almost all of us typically watch it. On the TV and you will still see the risers and all that people more social resistance cell over tomorrow for that. Oh, and then by the way, I think something that is gonna be cool after the inauguration itself. The president will go to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown, still soldiered Arlington with three of the four living presidents with him. Clinton Bush Obama Jimmy Carter in his nineties can't make it But I think that that should be very cool for those of us like myself at your honor. Go to Arlington. That's a special place. Is it just too much? What I mean? Is it just This is just too too much bitterness. I obviously the reason the president is not going to be attending. We know that it's Kind of hard for him to attend. I mean, some people would, I think, understand that there's been just so much conflict between obviously Biden and who just has shown a complete and utter lack of respect for Donald Trump, Gary On and vice versa. Or is it is it is? It just looked like bad sportsmanship? I don't know. You tell me. You know, I think I think you're clearly pat residues on both sides. But I think you're the thing that people have to remember. Is this President leaves office with the potential it least For an impeachment trial and actual impeachment hanging over his head. I mean, that would be awfully awkward, Would it not to be standing on the steps of the Capitol? When, literally tomorrow afternoon? We're expecting The three in the U. S. Senators, including one from California Secretary of State Alex Video who we take in the office. You know the appointment of Gavin Newsom for VP elect. Harris, and then the two newly elected senators from the special elections in Georgia will take office and then Charles Humor will presumably take the reins in the U. S Senate and yet to be determined. I think this is the important thing to tell people tonight that there is no definitive word at all yet. On impeachment trial when it might start there still a potential for Republicans who objected that and this is a big problem right now, because the Biden folks want to get moving right away. I'm getting there, You know, Cabinet appointees confirmed getting going on the traditional 100 days of public policy. Keep one thing in mind. It's really important for people to understand when Nancy Pelosi if she says over those articles of impeachment expect her to do so for six days of every week at noon of every day. That impeachment trial has to take place regardless of anything else, And that's the big concern. Would that just completely, you know, preempt a 1st 100 days for Biden money? They want to make a big splash, and it's important for them to do so. And you know when we are one to talk about You know, focusing on Kobe and getting vaccinations out. And yet the focus, it seems, will be again on impeachment. Gary Well, that's the problem. You know you've got the coverage situation is job one on including by the way yet another stimulus package that's being talked about very large potential into $2. Trillion. They'll include more stimulus for individuals and families, more business. Support money for state local government efforts. So those things are top of the agenda. And if you have six days a week, starting at noon every day and impeachment trial that, you know, presumably, Pat, you're talking witnesses. You're talking issues are gonna I mean, it could drag on for a long time. So that is ah problem. And, uh, the Biden and, uh, Pelosi issue of people having yet sort it all out How this is all gonna work out by the way, one other really important thing, Pat. And that is there's real debate going on right now. A lot of discussions about whether they'll be a quote unquote power sharing arrangement. Which we saw last time about 20 years ago in two dozen one. Will Republicans and Democrats in the Senate could actually be evenly represented on every committee knows Republicans may have a lot more clout in this is all said and done. The Senate. People thought they may have. Hmm. Going with Gary Dietrich are KPK political analyst. Yes, Senator Mitch McConnell has been urged you to quote, do his job and start the impeachment trial after the Republican Senate Senate leader Condemn President Trump today. But yes, as you said Nancy Pelosi, of course, still has not sent those impeachment articles to the Senate. Without them, there could be no trial. I won thing I wanted to touch and by the way, did you say virtual Tom Hanks when we're talking the inauguration? Yeah, He's supposed to be hosting the concert tomorrow. I think Garth Brooks is a number of folks who were going to be, you know part of that. That's kind of tradition, but that's going to be a as I understand it a virtual concert. Not an in person affair, right? Yeah, I would imagine, um, so I don't know..

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Street Dow gaining 57 closing out this Friday at 31,098 S and P. M. 21 while the NASDAQ jumped 134 Sports Celtics over the Wizard's Tonight who won 16 to 107. Hall of Fame baseball manager Tommy Lasorda has died of a heart attack. He was 93 Don huff, WBZ Boston's news radio. It's night side with gray until you easy. Boston's news radio. Thank you very much don have before we get back to the calls Don have mentioned that Baseball. Legendary baseball manager Tommy Lasorda died today at the age of 93 I I've had two small brief stories about Tommy Lasorda, remember taking my Son, who was then probably about nine to the baseball writers dinner in Boston, and Tommy Lasorda was there and my son was gathering as many autographs as he could on his program and Everyone up to Tommy Lasorda. Um, and if everyone who was there was sort of took more interest in the nine year old boy, my son in talk to him about baseball and I talked to him about how the life he had had in baseball and encourage my son only to be to bleed. Dodger Blue made quite an impression on me that he would spend that amount of time talking to my son, who They think you now know. Many of you who listened, is involved with the Worcester Red Sox and has been Working with the worst of Red Sox and the Boston Red Sox for for many years after graduation from college. The other story, which I have to tell you is that I have a friend of mine. Who say I'm Catholic nun. Her name is Mother, Olga. So with a group in order of nun called the Daughters of Mary of Nazareth, and I've got to know Mother, Olga. She is probably one of the most Highest people. I've never met Mother Teresa. But mother Olga eyes in the same category anyway. A couple of years ago, she was telling me the story that she was on an airplane. And she went back to her seat at the back of the airplane, and the flight attendant came over to her, Um And and invited her to come up to first class. On. She didn't understand what was going on, and she was seated next to the space ball man she told me on as she believed had met him briefly. Assed. They were about to board the plane. They might have even had a cup of coffee while they were waiting. But Tommy Lasorda, um, who's a very faithful practicing Catholic in his life? From all that I've read in invited Mother, Olga to sit with him up in first class, and he paid the difference for her ticket. And when she told me the story, she was all excited and And she seemed to have forgotten his name. And and I said, Well, you know how old was he and all of that? And where was your way where you're going? And so I kind of figured it out. I said, by any chance was his name Tommy Lasorda. She says Yes, That's what Woz that's what was Uh, And she was so excited to have met this baseball man on that those two stories, I think sort of To me epitomize what Tommy Lasorda was about. I didn't know him met him briefly, but I didn't know him. But, um, he would take time to talk to a little boy about Life in baseball, and he was a baseball lifer and also take the time to invite a nun who No, I did not have the means to fly first class when this plane but to spend the time so Tommy Lasorda, I'm sure was welcomed tonight into Into heaven for Ah, lot of good deeds only two of which I'm I'm aware of, and I can chat with you about rest in peace. Tommy Lasorda, a great baseball lifer. Let's get back to the phone's going to go to Gary in New Jersey. Gary Welcome. Sorry for taking a couple of the state had to tell the story. It just show you're entitled. He's probably hanging right now. With Casey Stengel and Johanna could hope I would hope so. That's true. It's probably hanging out and talking about the Dodgers from Brooklyn. Everything else? Yeah, absolutely, absolutely was left lifelong style Dodger. Yeah, At least I hope so. Yeah. Yeah, but you know what? This thing in the capital the other day. A protest sit, stayed peaceful, would be just another protest. Breaking and entering and property damage. Well, if you can't say it's all right on the left, and you can't say it's all right on the right, no doubt more than property damage. Obviously, there was one police officer and I know you have a background in law enforcement. When police officer 42 year old police officer suffered apparently some sort of medical consequence. And I'm sure they were going to investigate that, but horrible, horrible to think of. I'll tell you one thing. I never, I don't know. Maybe it's different. Washington Being Indian is not shooting effects. I have no idea where that kid pulled the trigger on and you know, I just hope they sorted out What I thought was interesting People in Congress. And most of the Mars Republic. I mean Democrats and the Senate. Want to defund the police. These guys came the work and held the line. They might have been short handed. Who knows? But they would end when their job. I'm sure not one of them, People thanked. And you saw a Nancy Pelosi cowering. And we'll check it understand you know, she's in the radio said It isn't a normal occurrence, but I don't think this is over. I think this kind of stuff beginning 75 million. You got 75 million people. Had a kind of aggravated And you know it doesn't help. You got a guy like Anderson Cooper. Were deplorable. Why my deplorable Because I'm a veteran. I had me and thousands of others. It doesn't even matter about long force. What we go to work every day we pay our taxes, raise our kids. Because we don't agree with. You know those limousine liberals. Have you ever had dinner? I had lunch at the Olive garden. Have you ever stayed at a.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jordan. Rich here in for Dan, It's WBZ at 617254. 10 30. We'll take some calls. In a moment. We're talking with Bob Kahn Flynn. Bob is ah, great friend. And in fact I wanted Plug your podcast that I'm sort of helping you produce called the State of possible It's really awesome, and people can find that it Mass bio d'accord, But Bob is the CEO and president of that organization. Biotech Council, which connects all kinds of organizations that have a lot in common and is working for the public. Good, Just a couple of quick questions. Then we'll take a few phone calls. If that's okay, Bob. One question has to do again. With as you say, the delivery of the vaccines and a Zafar As you know what you're hearing on the front lines. Nothing has changed. I would go to healthcare workers on the front lines first. And those at most risk. Is that what you're hearing Yeah, We're still hearing that again. I represent the companies and industry who actually do the research. Development of manufacturing industry is not responsible for how this vaccine will be distributed. This is a public health emergency with state public health departments will work alongside the CDC, the Department of Defense and Health and Human Services to create Distribution plan that gets the vaccines to his many people as possible. In a short a time line is possible, you know, prioritizing the distribution in a way that makes sense and what I've seen so far. Human from the CDC is current plan healthcare personnel priority access, followed by central workers and those with high risk medical conditions and adults over 65. At the same time, it's important that they taken up I've heard a lot of these conversations have been part of many meetings that they're also taking into account like how do you address health in equities? Give them priority access toe. Minority populations, many of which make up essential workers, many of which live in close quarter areas. I mean, these are all things we've learned so much about how this disease spreads, and how is best contain it is well, These are all things that weren't known back in March, April, Maine and I think that government On day again. Operation Warp speed ships from, you know, Discovery to logistics and execution. Uh, there was there was a segment on 60 minutes. That was really good. Covered how the military is working with government officials to try to do this the best way possible part, But I mean, it's all going to come down to game the execution, right? It's gonna be really important. Let's take a phone call or two for Bob Coughlin, Mass. Byo dot org's and Let's go to Gary in Rhode Island. You're first up on the Ring Central Line on WBC's nightside, Gary Welcome. Good evening. Good evening. Two quick questions for you. The first one is you have praised Operation Warp speed and how this administration seems to have You know that's the government together to get this thing moving. And my first question is, how do you feel about the fact that The head of Fizer did not bother to announce this until after the election and Joe Biden and bringing politics into it. In general. The specifics are irrelevant. As far as I'm concerned at this point, but how do you feel about them bringing politics into it? And my second question is, Do you think that this will be a detriment to the pharmaceutical companies? In general, because you guys have now shown that if you put a little flame on your backside, you can get this stuff done. And that brings up the question. Well, you had four years and billions of dollars to try and cure things like Cancer and Alzheimer's and things like this, and we've seen progress. But we have not seen this level of progress and I'll take something might interest you think, OK, Thank you, Gary. Uh, I'm not expecting you to dive deep into the political realm here, bub, But it does play a part in everything but feel free, please. No, I think there is both of these questions are fabulous. Okay, Let me tell you why. Gary. I used to be a politician, right? I may have been in recovery now, for about 13.5 years. I left government here in Massachusetts because my my passion was really shifted towards working with Pacific Fibrosis Foundation to try toe do what I could do to raise money and invest in science to find a therapy. I will keep my own child alive. Okay, So if anyone wishes that there was an operation walk speed for cystic fibrosis and tradition, muscular dystrophy and Alzheimer's I'm all about it. This horrible situation. In our world. Created that need in necessity for people who normally would not work collaboratively toe work collaboratively. So, yeah, I think we're gonna be better as an industry took 18 years and $13 billion To invent a drug that's keeping my son alive right now. I wish to heck, it could have happened a lot sooner than a lot cheaper. So I agree with you and yes, we have learned from this and you know that any time you're up against the wall, and in times are tough. That's when people to show their best colors and are able to work together with figured things out there to the political piece about it. This. We need to follow the science. I mean, if I had a nickel for every one of my friends that was like they did this because it would hurt Donald Trump. How Donald Trump wasn't bad to the pharma industry. I mean, you look at this. This liberal Democrats like of the Bernie Sanders type of the world that don't even want to. They want have public health care that would be catastrophic. The fund industry. This isn't political. This is when scientific data was released. The person who runs the FDA is appointed by the president of the United States. There's no politics being played by five or Madonna. They would have did announced this as soon as they could look what it does to this stock. So for people to say that politics are playing into it, That's exactly what we don't want, because you don't want people thinking that this is all about politics, because then more people that already feel that they were gonna have a big problem because a lot of people don't want to take a vaccine. They feel that it's political, as opposed to being safe. These two vaccines has a better safety profile in a better efficacy rate because of this new type of science, using messenger RNA than any other vaccines with a hat, and it will be catastrophic if people don't want to take it because of politics so well, you can see I get a little passionate, You know, I'm glad strong feelings. I'm glad you jumped in with both feet because there's been a lot of back and forth between the White House and the governor of New York, particularly And whenever a politician says I wouldn't do something, because a certain individual endorsed it on day again that zoo Cuomo take, um that that hurts the cause. And also, I have a follow up to that. And that is the general Issue of anti vaccination, which is a movement and you know there are various Individuals and celebrities involved in and certainly many individuals will feel this way. Is this going to be the crowning achievement of the medical industry? I think it is. Is this going to overrun the anti vaxxers just because of out of necessity, and the times we live. And what do you think? I don't know Jordan. That's probably above my pay grade. I don't know if it will over run the anti Vaxxers, but I think what it will do is let people maybe people will come to their senses a little bit more and dive a little deeper into the science and do the research vaccines work. We have the ability to eradicate disease. Look at we have backs lose Now that way have the ability to cure hepatitis C Right with new breakthrough therapies. Think about what that meant that you know that that was his population and not looking. We if we don't get our arms around this vaccine, this, um this pandemic..

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2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis

Pat Walsh

09:04 min | 1 year ago

2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis

"First, as always, when we have a debate, presidential, vice presidential or otherwise we bring in my friend Kpk political analyst Gary Dietrich, who joins us right now, Gary, Welcome to the show. They had good to be with you. And I look forward to a sharing with our callers. And perhaps even hear from them stopped on this. No doubt an important night, my friend. I think it probably is going to go down as one of the most. Important and watch Vice presidential debates. As you know, pad most people steer clear and find out which Channel V p debate it now. Not for me, not tonight. Well, you know for me, Gerry. Because we all know what happened in the presidential debate. Okay? But in the vice presidential debate, couple of things first thing I want to say is, I think we, um maybe learned a little bit more about about The candidates, and certainly one of the things I learned is it was a little different in the first one. It wasn't so testy, and that's college other names to do that, But But when, course, the moderator time, Susan Page us said to the University of Utah, where they held it, But she would say Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, And they would just keep talking as if she was not even ending it in. Both of them were guilty of that tonight. They just don't seem to follow the protocol. Anyone? Yeah, They certainly do a lot better tonight than last week. I mean, but that debt debt to me got annoying as well. But at least and then cure Point Palace is very well taken. It was a far far more substantive debate. Because again last Tuesday, a good third of it. You couldn't even make out what people were saying, because they were talking over each other so much. And then when that wasn't happening. I know the third of it was nothing more than name calling and accusing each other of stuff, right, right. I thought substance substantively. Far better. I know we want to dive into that. But I just think you know a farm or just say, I think helpfully conducted debate that we saw last week. Why a very extensive notes that I took care of it. Let's go to your notebook first. Gerry, what did you take away from this other than the things you've mentioned? Where there's wasn't much name calling, and it was a bit more substantive and it was in certain areas. But I tell you one observation I haven't we continue to have When it comes to politicians. They have an absolute art of avoiding questions, Gerry. It's amazing. It is an amazing talent. You know, sometimes it's so funny because it gets so extreme that they literally launch up on something completely unrelated. To what the question everyone's right. Never even come back, even attempt to do it right. You know, there's the art of bridging, which is you start with an answer that's related question, and you'll really get it. Bridge to something that you'd rather talk about. But somebody has just said I was just like, okay. Thanks for Thanks for speaking. I'd like to say this. All right, let me let me tell you one impression, and I came away from more generally. That and part of this is the nature of being an incumbent III, The vice president, who is currently in office, and part of it is and I have to say this, I felt like in this moderators case. Not a fair and thorough job of taking to cast. Some of Harris is history in elected office, which is extensive and buy even more, so I felt like the vice president Was on the defensive for most of the debate, particularly early on And and I felt like there could have been far more balance in saying, Hey, Well, you know the questions that's been raised about, you Know, X Y Z. When Joe Biden was in the Senate, we didn't hear anything about his voting. Many, many years of voting record Senate nor, frankly, honestly, really any kind of a hardball question about the years service vice president nor really questions that even within our own party have been raised about Senator Harris to me. I had a sense in which the questions themselves. What? Adequately reflective off some of the challenges that have been raised about those who currently or seeking the office. Not holding. I'm glad to hear you say that, Gary because I'm sitting there and I'm listening, and I'm listening very carefully in the moderator moderator plays a big part in this and you're absolutely right. From my perspective. I felt the same thing. I thought the questions were slanted. Um, the through the entire time all the way up until the end when we and I remember the presidential debate, Gary, I remember how the ending they manufacture this question about if you were to lose the election, Mr President, and would there be there smooth transition of power, and then we hear this. We hear this Susan page tonight at the end, and she asked both of them, and it's a slight on the president. He never said he was not going to leave the office piece. We never said anything like that. And there she is pressing this. What I consider to be a manufactured question about what's gonna happen. How would you handle that? Mike Panzer. How would you take? What would your response be? Comma Harris, you and Joe Biden. I am in total agreement. I thought that the questions were slanted, Gary. Well, and you know me, Pat and our listeners have known me for 20. Plus years on the station. You know, I I call them like I see him. I don't care what it was all going on, or Jerry about who was it doesn't matter in the national level, the exact game way, But I really came away feeling that And then there was and I do agree with you about that last question. Frankly, it's the only one she was able to oppose the moderate, she said. She had time for related to election integrity, and I really expected her to go to the integrity of the mail in ballots and these other questions. You know, our How long is the process could be could be drawn out. Could there be expensive court challenges. So take the time to go about whether the president's going to leave or not just seemed odd to me, particularly when everybody from Mitch McConnell on down it made utterly clear. That the president will be leaving if he gets voted out. Anyone if he isn't saying another thing about a question that I really found and I don't know how to use a word except disingenuous. It was the question about When Amy Cola coming back, so just highlighted? Yes, taking up picking up next week and it was about it was about what would you do? And it was a long and convoluted way to get to the Abortion question. What would you do that Mr Vice President in your home state of Indiana, if you'd get if you get approved, and if they throw out will be weighed. And if it goes back to the states, then what would you say Indiana should do what I said. He's not the governor of Indiana anymore. He's going to have absolutely no say in that policy making decision. It was so convoluted odd to me. I felt why don't you just ask you a few pro life or pro choice? Because that's really what the heart of your question is? Absolutely it is. And I believe the American people can see through that, Gary. I really do. Even if your vote he made up your mind. I mean, it's pretty obvious that you can see what's happening, and there was another point there. Where they were talking about late term abortions up until the last day and and pants and asked, you know about that. And there was no answer from Kamala Harris. There was no it was a redirection. It was abridging as you say, Hey, also asked if Judge Amy Kona bear it was going to be appointed. Would you be filling the Supreme Court room? She never answered it. He says to her. I want to make it very clear to the American people. I want them to note that she never answered the question that she says. Well, I'm gonna answer the question right now. Now I'm going to answer. The question can never answer the question. Never, and I listened. I was waiting for that. You know, I was waiting for the answer. It never happened. Yeah, that that and that is a very important issue. I mean, if there's three issues that people are very concerned about it last night, I happened to moderate a debate on I was in debate was a candidate forum of a number of different off was honored of moderate and you know, Congressman Tom McClintock. Well, Yeah, he he was headlining that candidate for him and added, he laid out very eloquently is senator as Congress. McClintock often does what he perceived to be the three major issues going report and it wasn't anything about specific foreign policy or even economic policy was packing the Supreme Court. It was about whether the filibuster is going to be thrown out in the Senate so that whoever has the majority will have complete and utter control. And and thirdly, whether state who is going to be granted to particular selected entities like Puerto Rico like Washington, D. C. That would then begin to quote unquote packed the Congress. And these are very, very significant issues for the future of the United States and our governmental process. None of that was raised tonight and to your point pat, which I think is well taken. Senator Harris refused, and there's no way to get around that refused to answer that question. And I thought that was very telling that you know that issue, which is a very central one right now and could have ramifications for many, many decades become was not answered.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Gary Welcome to the show. . Hi, , thanks for having me. . Well, , can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. . So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. . So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. . But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, , we we all loved growing up, , right? ? Yeah. . I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. . A popular child with choice of of many, , and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, , , ten, , two, , hundred, , eighteen categories, , but magic spoons. . Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. . How do you achieve that? ? Correct? ? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. . We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. . Blend of protein slits, , we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, , and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn , Syrup, , or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. . So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. . I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, , Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? ? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. . Ingram comes from natural flavors. . Basically Ryan's depending on ever. . We have a obliterate flavor, , for example, , some of us. . Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, , and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. . So not really adding any sugar but are <hes>. . You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, , beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For . example, , the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. . Even. . Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, , a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So . it's it's quite impressive <hes> and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. . Can you talk more about that direct? ? So he's a blend of. . Highly Sunflower oil, , and then avocado oil. . Basically, , you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, , of course, , was high quality. . Fatty Acids <hes> rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil . <hes> pretty different from regular <unk> Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. . And of course, , avocado oil very healthy as well. . Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, , and now that in recent years, , the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, , stand on that. . Do you now that? ? Yeah, , they're good impact which is why we chose them. So . Chicago halls are generally very good. . So bunch of using things like A. . Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, , but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. . So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, , which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. . So obviously, , stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, , and so we wanted to avoid those issues, , which is why you chose these three. . Got It. . So

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Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal

20 Minute Fitness

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal

"Gary Welcome to the show. Hi, thanks for having me. Well, can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, we we all loved growing up, right? Yeah. I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. A popular child with choice of of many, and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, ten, two, hundred, eighteen categories, but magic spoons. Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. How do you achieve that? Correct? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. Blend of protein slits, we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn Syrup, or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. Ingram comes from natural flavors. Basically Ryan's depending on ever. We have a obliterate flavor, for example, some of us. Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. So not really adding any sugar but are You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For example, the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. Even. Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So it's it's quite impressive and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. Can you talk more about that direct? So he's a blend of. Highly Sunflower oil, and then avocado oil. Basically, you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, of course, was high quality. Fatty Acids rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil pretty different from regular Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. And of course, avocado oil very healthy as well. Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, and now that in recent years, the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, stand on that. Do you now that? Yeah, they're good impact which is why we chose them. So Chicago halls are generally very good. So bunch of using things like A. Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. So obviously, stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, and so we wanted to avoid those issues, which is why you chose these three. Got It. So

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gary is in Detroit. Gary Welcome. Hi. Um my concern was and and I only watched a little bit. But, um, I thought it rather odd that Michelle Obama came in came on kind of late when the whole thing was controls. And and they had her tightly framed. And, you know, appearance matters. I think that's part of the biz and bite and picked who he did provides President and I think Michelle Obama in general is kind of attractive, but she did not look that great last night, and it's almost as if they were trying to Hide her weight because the face looked large. In fact to me and And you know that's a personal thing I understand, but how it appeared in appearances matter. Appearances matter, and she just didn't look bad. Attractive to me. So that's funny because I thought she looked like she normally does. But here is my question. You mentioned that she was late and I agree from the East Coast. Ah standpoint or a michigan standpoint, she was on it. What 10 30. Remember that 7 30 out on the West Coast and they're trying to make sure they hit every time zone with her. So that's why they had her on as late as they did. They wanted her in prime time on the East Coast. But wanted her is close to prime time is they could get out in California on the West Coast, which is one of their strongholds. It's always been a difficult thing. I'll tell you in covering these things. Programming them to make sure that you cover things like that. When you're you know, they were supposed to be in Milwaukee, for heaven sakes and let me ask you this, Gary. Didn't you find it Just incredibly. And this isn't a criticism of how they did it. I think it's just the nature of the beast. Just incredibly lame. It just seemed so flat visually. Then why wouldn't and and maybe I don't know. You know what the production values are? Why would you have Michelle Obama moving around a little bit or he's been walking casually. She's good at that kind of thing. And and It just seemed flat to me. You know, you know what There was. There was a lot of state and well, you know, maybe the GOP will be learning from this year. But those static shots are exactly that They are static and they're boring and you they're going to have to do it better with the presentation. They had almost a 30% loss of audience last night. We'll see what happens tonight, but I can't imagine it will improve Munch with Bill Clinton. And and Dr Joe Biden on the docket is the lead speakers. I just can't imagine that it will. Thanks for recalled here. That's going to Kenan Lavonia again. Welcome to you, and a long time with since we heard from you how you doing? Well, I'm doing pretty good. And I'm actually happy because now, as you know, I should know by now I am voting for Donald Trump. But here's what I've been hearing from my Democrat friends and these air Democrat friends who work there. Democrat friends that keep informed, you know, they don't just turn on the news or politics just before the election and they're telling me they're all voting for this time around Donald Trump. And the reasoning behind it is even for them. This group of Democrats has gone too far to the last. I mean, they voted for Barack Obama. They told me they even voted for Hillary Clinton. But this time around because they know Kamala Harris has waited a left. They know that Bernie Sanders Even for them is way to the left. They don't trust by him to be running the show. So they're all telling the you know we can't stay in the guy. They trust the country more. To Donald Trump because he is a moderate. He's no conservative. Then they are to Ah, Joe Biden, and I think you're going to see a lot of Democrats doing the same thing. Okay, listen, can I I appreciate your viewpoint. I don't know that anybody would. You may be the only guy I know that would brand trump a moderate, but you certainly have a right to your opinion. I don't want to shortchange our callers here and we're hard up against a break. So I'm going to take a short break here. I want you to think about something, though. We'll come back with more of your calls. So those who the around the line don't go away. But I want you to think about this. The blue bail boxes were you and I have been hauling our mail for years. Could you live without them? Little Twitter spat happened yesterday between folks.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WJR 760

"Democratic friends out there. Come on, David West Bloomfield. Are you out there? Paul in Brighton. What you think of it last night, And I guess here's my thing if you are a true progressive Did Bernie's message placate you because you know what they don't They mention Medicare for all once in their platform. That's not exactly A full throated endorsement of it. Does that, And I think that could be a criticism of them that they have really tried to appear moderate with this platform, even to the point of dumbing down a lot of the things that the progressive wing I thought that they had brought to the forefront that they thought they had brought mainstream. It's kind of like you're being forced off the radar there. And what do you think about AOC begin given only 60 seconds tonight. Where is governor Wittmer got five minutes is one of the rising stars isn't aoc a rising star as well? And doesn't that say she's too radical? She's too out there. She's too unpredictable for the mass audience. 1 808 5909571 808 590 W. J R but also interested in what those folks that would call them independent. Those folks that we call themselves moderate Republican civil view of it expressed exasperation at times with Donald Trump. But did they package Joe Biden? As an acceptable alternative. That's going to be their mission over the next three nights. Gary is in Detroit. Gary Welcome. Hi. Um my concern was and and I only watched a little bit. But, um, I thought it rather odd that Michelle Obama came in came on kind of late when the whole thing was.

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Interview With Gary Beeber

Photography Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Gary Beeber

"Well. Hello everyone, and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine. My name is Scott Ulsan today I have the real honor and the real pleasure of talking with a member of the frames community Gary Bieber. Gary's work is most recently known to those of us on the frames. Website. For a shot called moonlight of a pool slide but his work goes well, well, well beyond all of that he's been featured his films have been featured in more than eighty five film festivals. His photographs are collected by fortune five hundred companies and shown in galleries all around the world He is a photographer of immense breadth and really really interesting depth to the content Gary. Welcome. How are you doing today? I'm doing great. Thank you. The now now is a great in intro you WanNa work for me. I'll make my next career just writing intros for people. How about that? I I WANNA start with the picture that most people have frames will know you buy and that is the picture moonlight. Now I gotTa Tell You I'm a midwestern kid I'm a suburban kid born in Kansas. City grew up in Chicago. That pool slide is as iconic for me as it is for anyone else when I I thought I was really struck. So tell tell me the story of that picture. How did IT COME TO BE? Well I This is part of a big series and every night possible a ido out on I photograph fly and the slide we we moved here. Three years ago, and the first thing I saw I had seen it because I didn't actually see the house but the first thing I saw was at full slide and that was the first thing I wanted to get rid of. And fellow while the stress strangely enough one night for the hell of it I took a picture of it. And I was just for the hell of I posted on facebook not nine what the response. Would be on the response was huge. It was the biggest response I had ever got up told that time and repeat where people responding to their own memories of pool slides or to the quality of the image or what was the response about well, the quality of the image was not fantastic because I talked with my cell phone I'm apt to do that too. But I think people responded I always think people respond to a picture because at south. Maybe. Brings. Back. Childhood memories or whatever. But. In any event I what I do as I out all the time if it's there for me as right there and it changes all the time I started do just love it and I started to See it as an art object like I started to see it as a sculpture and it changes in you know all times a year all times day and I I just I just really. I don't know. There's something about it i. think it symbolizes for me suburbia. And I. Was GonNA ask about the title why did you call it suburbia versus pool slide versus Vita versus anything else? Because to me just. At just symbolizes leaving suburbia on it doesn't. You. Know I don't know that they even really happy mate pool slides like that anymore. I don't know maybe they do but I just thought as something Why does it symbolize loud I? Mean that's just like AMERICOM. And that's what I liked about. I should tell people who are listening that. You can see this image on the frames website. You can also go to Gary's own website Gary Bieber dot. com. And see it as part of the suburbia series. It's a very simple slide. It's got a slight bend to the left as you come down but it's not one of these contemporary overly complicated deals. It's very flowing very graceful. Why? If I may on I. I didn't do a two. All am I use photoshop obviously. But I really didn't do all that much with that image with an image, I did use some lighting. and kind of a yellowish lighting on that. And it just. So happens like a couple of times a year on you get the you get the move in that position usually there's nothing the except cloud sometimes it's over that slot and got it at the right possession and I shot it I probably Shaw. Hundred pictures, white bath that night and I I really didn't have to do all that much to it, and then a Lotta Times all US duo town because I love that. but I just did pretty much a straight on color shot.

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South Dakota National Parks

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:08 min | 2 years ago

South Dakota National Parks

"Welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about South Dakota. I'd like to welcome back to the show Gary Art from everything. Dash EVERYWHERE DOT com. Who's come to talk to us? Surprise surprise about national parks. This time about the National Parks of South Dakota Gary. Welcome back to the show. It has been so long. Yeah and we never get to talk so it's always a pleasure. It has been a very short period of time since I talked to carry but we have talked about doing this show since we ran into each other. Probably at Mount Rushmore last October September September. I think yeah. Maybe it's October. But yeah we're going to t backs and and this was totally unplanned. You just happen to be a remote rushmore exact same time. It's one of those odd coincidences that happen. And it doesn't happen to meet all that often but there are some national parks in South Dakota. That are not Mount Rushmore. So where are we going if we go to the National Parks of South Dakota? They're six national park. Service sites in South Dakota and five of them are in the West located in or near the Black Hills. And then there's one all by its lonesome in the east so we might as well talk about that one. I and that is the Missouri River National Recreation area. It lies on the Missouri River as you might guess given the name it is in the charming little town of yanked him. South Dakota believe it or not. I was actually rather curious to visit yanked and because I had read a list several years ago that had the cheapest place to live in America was yanked in South Dakota so it was kind of curious to see I was kind of curious. What kind of community is this? And it's very nice and it's not rundown or anything now it's cheap. It just happens to be in the middle of nowhere and that's why the site is right on the border with Missouri arm starting Nebraska and it's fifty nine mile stretch of the Missouri River. Very nice some very large bluffs that are overlooking the river and a national recreation area. So it's not a park if you go to the visitor center and look to get your National Park Stamp. It is not a visitor center per se. It is the office. So that's where the maintenance vehicles and the office staff and they're all there and in that building there's a very small lobby and they just sort of stick the stamp out there for people that want it but unlike pretty much every other national parks that you go to. There's no movie there's no displays none of that. It's very straightforward. It's just something that you can visit. There's a bridge which goes from South Dakota to Nebraska that crosses the river and that's probably some of the best views you're going to get of the river if you WANNA take some photos. There's a place you can pull out just before the bridge. You can't really stop on the bridge nor can you really walk across the bridge. So that's kind of difficult so you just have to keep those things in mind. It's far enough east for. I think you could easily do day-trip if you happen to be in Sioux falls or if you're driving across the state I mean if you wanted to dip down interstate ninety s the interstate. The kind of runs across South Dakota East West. You could do that if you're a serious national parks. Yeah other than that. There's not a lot there. Well I should say for the listeners. The show who are either not from the US or possibly geographically challenged the Missouri River may not stick out in your mind but Missouri River is the longest river in North America. If you include the merchant into the Mississippi River in Saint Louis even if you don't include the Mississippi part I believe North think it's the Missouri Mississippi Slash Missouri. So if you took if you went from New Orleans and then just kind of banked left at Saint Louis rather than right that would take you further. 'cause THE MISSISSIPPI goes up into northern Minnesota whereas the Missouri goes much further will the I? I'm looking it up in the Missouri River just until it gets to the mouth Where it enters into the Mississippi is well for our European listers who I was mentioning this forest. Thirty seven hundred thirty seven sixty seven kilometers or two thousand three hundred forty one miles. So there's really quite an amazing amount of the length of this river not to mention the fact that it empties into the Mississippi River. The river at this point and yanked is pretty good sized. It's not a rapid river. Anything like that. It's far too big for it if anything else. It kind of gives you an appreciation for the river. Think if you go up to North Dakota there are some sites that are close to the as well and you with Lewis and Clark and these the Missouri kind of as their highway to get to the West speaking of the river. I in South Dakota many times live in Minnesota and I think South Dakota is kind of. There's two half's to the state the east and the West in the dividing line is the Missouri River it kind of goes along Nebraska and then it hooks up in when you're on interstate ninety that goes East West when you cross the river. The geography changes pretty dramatically so on the eastern side of the river. It's really flat. Is Your stereotypical great plains. Corn for miles. Once you cross it then you start to see hills instantly like instantly instantly. And that's a function of the river the meandering of the river in the flood plain and everything has basically scour out everything to the east of it and literally. When you cross the bridge you start to see some hills and that's not the black hills yet but it's kind of building up to that. I think you're still well over one hundred miles away at that point and all of the rest of the parks are in this. Western part of the state in the western part of the state is by far the most interesting. It gets the most tourists. You've heard of pretty much anything. In South Dakota it is to the west of the Missouri River in that Black Hills area. So we're talking deadwood Mount Rushmore while drug everything except the Mitchell Corn Palace.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And Gary welcome thanks for having me on this morning's hearing I just I just wanted to say thank you for advice on working that we had done this week also would you have done well we we had a complete replacement okay not the world for that the twenty year mark and we started to lose shingles you're you're breaking off and some of the storms we've had down here right spring yeah and so I I had sent you a note you gave me some great advice and we found a fantastic contractor where are the yup took took it all the way down to the to the docking sure didn't have didn't have to replace any docking I was shocked all great but it was all good and the guys did it in a day and a half we can't beat that all the flashing on and Gary yeah you can't beat it when you go down to the base and of course in a lot of the warranties people don't pay attention to it and the warranty is you go down to the base and the flashings you know always cost a few thousand dollars more but to your silly if you don't replace them as sound like you did the the whole the whole system which is perfect absolutely not now here's the deal you'll get a check out of the US aren't we weren't living here but our house you have just a little bit of damage from hurricane Katrina okay they added it was just located at the ridge that the guys finish the foreman came down and talked to me he says whoever replaced at regionals they had it all closed off underneath the recess yeah so many hidden in a little you know yeah I just read an article Gerry it was about ventilation in attics an honest to goodness it said that probably sixty percent of the violations is done in attics is improperly done yeah which is disheartening and a lot of people don't understand the mechanics of it in that's the key you know people call me all time say Hey what's the best single and best singles the best route for you can find yeah absolutely yeah total one hundred percent agree with you on that yeah so how's your life down there what life is good I mean we're we're hot humid already I was just getting ready to go out and check Packers yeah get get get ready to search you know then joined some homegrown goodness there you go I'll be looking for all those pictures on your Facebook page I appreciate you taking the beach every now and then yep I do well Gerry thanks have a great weekend okay yeah but as Gary Bachman he does gardening down in the think it's brown Gulf shores Mississippi somewhere in that area I know now so phone calls in the salt something Gardner the southern Gardner okay in the he's a and he just got a new roof so you can't beat that kind of circling back what the he was talking about roofs in the new get near twenty years and losing a lot of greens off the shingles and we get an occasional call and people just you know that's signed curling shingles Losin greens off the shingle that's a sign that it's heads up on you let's see Chuck welcome Gerry thank you so much for your show you tell me a lot through the years wonderful thank you I have a quick question for you I would bought a house that has storage building concrete block with a metal roof and one corner of the building and found a drop in it called the the concrete blocks to pull away from the windows okay about an inch or a half well that's no noticeable cracks in the floor but I want to my idea is to get a win because the doors only thirty inches and I made a wider door mat Hey armor of the building out the concrete block okay I'm back in a minute with are just typical for free before framing and put in the door and and in the window here okay the question is do I need so level the floor yeah otherwise you're yeah and I was just gonna say are you gonna be able to get that square of that side is has sunk isn't a slap that song yeah it's a really thick slab I got a price raise it up and it was ridiculous really the three hundred dollars yeah hi what to read were they going to how are they gonna do that where they can like Jack it up or were they gonna put like a segmentation scrubbing underneath it Battleborn her jacket out of those one of those national systems arm of your business name well no but I don't know if you need that so so here's what I would do.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Here Tony let's talk with Gary calling in from Orlando Gary welcome to the show what's your question for Tony Cruz thanks Tony and Carol yeah it was more swimming bull women downtown Orlando reading about Dan blow Townsend gala well that's the other thing I have no clue how many gallons I ever in my will okay any ridge I'm back about ten to all in I'm being the everything blank screen for about a year now and I might be working again and I see a candle and a thing and then I was told on that you need the grain will don't do that and see the thing I'll do that either I'm not doing anything good for you good for you acid wash is going to take off between ten and twenty percent of your poll Phoenician if you're okay with that then do an acid wash but if you do a chemical treatment with the water in the pool and when I say chemicals you know we're not coming out what all this has matched up we got to where we got to where masking hazmat suits were talking about reversing the chemistry in a poll to determine to a expose what's there and remove it now give me one of the things that have to happen and you have to do this before your pool water gets below seventy degrees is Jack's magic makes a topical ID kit and your base gonna have a couple different options on stains copper could be scale could be iron could be called ball could be spot edge could be organic so those Jack's magic test kits tell you what's there now I do I'm a cert I'm staying certified contractor so I can come out and usually about twenty minutes I can tell you what's wrong with your poor how it takes what is contained cleared up what's also good with that Gerry I'll take Zach how much water's in your poll and a quick formula for figure how much water's in your pool was lance times with times average dept of your pores three feet deep or one in five feet on the other at the two together that's eight divided by two the average up to my pool was four feet deep and that's going to give me a real close within probably fifty to a hundred gal to how much water is actually in your swimming pool child never during your pull Gary I'm glad you listen that advice don't ever drain that swimming pool because your insurance is not going to pay for that mistake no they will not the call is there help you Gary I gotta wait jungle yes Sir so should these kids say you're talking about Dan Dan I'm sure I'm not done correctly but I'm glad those gaining from local mobile store and and then work out that well okay there's a process there for instance for instance if you have high calcium in your pool water and you have a copper or scale situation and your calcium's above four hundred four twenty five it don't work at all if you go to our ironing cold ball treatment and your Koreans above two or three it won't work either because you have to have the chemistry with in the range of what it calls for now I have products that I can trick your pool with while I'm there I can trick the chemistry just for a short period of time to get a result that of it all I want as a result want to know what the result is I can tell you what this solution as so that's that's kind of how that works out that's the difference between buying the kit understanding chemistry now if you enter your poll was typical you know your chlorine of one to three or calcium to two fifty Euroclear is at eighty again I still need to kind of play with a little bit to get it to give me a reaction one to get a reaction then I know what the problem is then you can put together a proper Graham to resolve the issue how's that for Linda making of one and then thank you please do that Gerry have an awesome day and thanks for being a listener let's go to get all in long would we've got a couple minutes to see if we can answer gill's question looking to buy a home is there a procedure for looking clear I side I think Hey you know how are you doing I'm doing well how are you fine thank you yeah we're looking to get a house here long blood and that there's a pool there would notice there's some spot on the on the bottom of the form I walked here yes Sir and and I don't know I mean the action is happening in a few days but I didn't know if there's something of the procedure that I can go through to kind of test things out and then bart gets got command and do do that for the world's first year for that is what would you do what could I do what what what what well obviously it you are you did you have a home inspection done did you have a a specter come inspector for you that's coming up here in a few days okay most home inspectors aren't pull savvy but some are but they can't tell you what the issue is with the finishing sell its this colored or is the laminated they can give you that but I can't tell you a solution for it but I can't so all the if you want to look at it go you got to call my office first thing Monday morning because I am overwhelmed with work and I can already have an appointment to next week in the in the area that you're in today docket probably come by take a look at it and give you an evaluation and tell you what it's going to cost to resolve it you know that's what I did on in men's day that homeowner selling the house but he wants to pull a look right now sometimes go you can negotiate a reduction in value of the home based on what is going to take to fix the poll that's always an option I'm not gonna tell you that's what you need to do not tie it's cosmetic or if it's it's actual structural but job evaluation would be amazing so you have a good idea what you're looking at when you move in your new home just call and Monday and if we can get something schedule yes Sir Tom you said you talking on the radio on Saturday that you live in that you live in the area that you live in today or or what is it is the area that you're buying in the same area that you're calling from today yeah I'd like three minutes right now three minutes away that's a big move man but anyhow yeah call it calamari arac and I'm pretty sure I'm in in your area along with area one or two times next week come take a look at it I'm doing a really cool project and in long we'll talk about that as well when I get back yeah I appreciate your call will be have a wonderful rest of your weekend we're gonna break his good will get along second half.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This is after hours with Amy Lawrence a layer of me knows what's up Allen was the heart of all people I mean they bluster audible out within the concussion protocol on a hard hit by Tracy Walker I don't think it was intentionally targeting or anything like that but they did fly yet so he was already out and and they've got a job very is god through are in the throes of depression after their big mistake so Aaron Jones in Derry shepherd they both needed to be spoken to on the sidelines just try to snap them out of it but Allen was hard finally had his dream come true a fourth quarter touchdown catch in in pretty amazing the placement of the football by Alan Rogers out oh my gosh what did you say Aaron Rodgers I've had guys tell me who played with Erin I do also played against Aaron odd that it's incredible the placement of the football he leaves the receiver which most good quarterbacks do you but the way that he can drop it into the tightest spaces you think a ball can't get through and that it does so if you're not ready to catch it well that's on you yeah I love Aaron Rodgers did the after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports ready our member playing with a point guard when I was in college and does she pretty good he and she was a good passer and he got the point where you just have to be ready you might not think that she could see you or that that she could get the ball through to where you are but just to you gotta be ready when you play with an athlete like that it was who is vision I'll just use another example Larry Bird to former teammate of Larry Bird you to for the same thing if you were ready he would hit you in the hands with a ball do you would look at it because you weren't ready for him to deliver that basketball on the money where you could score with it it's after hours with AB Lawrence on CBS sports radio eight five five two one two four two two seven let's talk to can use in Dallas welcome to after hours the one a number one his turn that happens in football and all floors call included by now sometimes the hold he did great and it happened in the sense of game even though it happened and you aren't we can work on the west coast sorry there was a vehicle that you said it happened in the NFC championship yeah they are operated Musta once from a west coast this means the rams fans because they're from the west coast even though the rams were in St Louis until a couple years ago got it okay yeah it happened in the know on his last year in a moment captured gang and what about the reasons west coast a group not in college playing in the warranty still mad about it I mean if I were a saints fan I'd be angry about it too it was I mean I'm I have no rooting interest that it was an awful awful moment for the NFL I thank the league was so distraught over it that they the only change to rule which has been I mean it unmitigated disaster for the NFL to start this season this rule change but also if that's what people are talking about so he been this really incredible season for the league ratings were up across the board an average of eight percent in some cases and yet this is the moment that people were focusing on as opposed to how good the football had been all year so yeah I mean that the NFL I definitely had a had a PR disaster in a P. R. nightmare on and pay and then and that was about as bad as it could possibly yet and there's no way to go back and change it no matter how many rules they decide to alter and how much re plated decide to add yeah that that was that was horrible horrific yeah I agree hello are you a great river water and I asked what I call you number one thank you I appreciate that I can have a good night Bomar by Justin hosting in Wisconsin just him let's talk to Gary who is in California Gary welcome to after hours CBS sports radio Amy Lawrence thank you for accepting my call you're welcome well I'd love your fire burns in a love your intelligence about sports I try sometimes I say stupid stuff though so hold it against me so do I real quick about that the court finds another secret line fan but our store I was rooting for yeah they came so close so many times I know that they had that hi with the cardinals and they they almost had this one it would have made the NFC east so much more vibrant if they'd be specters but they didn't so well I mean it's just the first is the first time through the NFC north this is only week number six there is a long way to go and even though if you look at the standings now in in our insider pointed this out the lights go from second place to last place in the division in the span of this one loss but but that's because they're also so tied together and so yeah the the Packers have created a nice little niche for themselves there by by going through this division here the first time through but the Vikings heard for into the bears are three into a they obviously have their by the lions this was just their fifth game so they still have an extra game in hand to play the division that could be flipped again I mean it's just weeks six so much cannons and still likely will happen just like the NFC east I'm I'm a Die Hard Philadelphia Eagles fans well someone has to do in the NFC east but I'd be surprised I mean yes things could happen right now the way they're playing it's like nobody wants to win the division and you can't imagine wild cards coming out of there but again it's only week six double three yeah okay one last thing what happened let's go to baseball what happened to my St Louis cardinals no they can't and I know all a lot of the credit goes to the nationals pictures but also that the cardinals it seems like every time they have gotten would on the ball they're hitting it exactly where the national defense is station so I get credit David Martinez his coaching staff for the fact that they've got these guys lined up or they're supposed to be and and the time they spent watching tape in in preparing all of that's really important but come on the cardinals are in this series for reason and they are not coming up with the clutch hitting when they need it which is unfortunate I mean I the nationals if they won the World Series which they've died they certainly done the hard work to this point but they need one more win if they move on great I love history it'll be the first time ever but you hate to see the cardinals limp out like this it's yeah it's stunning hi I just don't see of St Louis coming back to win the next four games gosh darn it no I mean generally it the odds are very much stacked against them plus they would have to face they have Patrick Corbin coming up in game number four on on Tuesday but they would have to face if they would extend the theories they would have to face Sanchez shirts are and and Strasbourg again so then we would have a lead yet no theories they they've got a lot of work to do yeah it is that would be a real schedule but okay Hey the best team has to win I think it's going to be the last of the Astros you decide on the Astros Tom pretty much yeah we'll see yeah you're fifty fifty chance of being right in the American League you're right about that all right third thanks for your phone call thank you eight five five two one two four two two seven that they five five two one two four CBS thanks a lot for tuning in all right we'll continue to take your calls you got me on Twitter a little radio vote for Monday and the peak is it's still Monday in places in our great country and then also will get together a touchdown Tuesday poll I have to tell you what I did for stress relief on Monday I needed some relief I needed a release actually needed to hit something and so I did and in addition to that going to be interesting to hear Hugh Jackson talk about Baker Mayfield so he was a guest on one of our other shows here on CBS sports radio A. ends as all ways both Larry fitzgerald and Tom Brady are guests on Monday Night Football and what's what one so we get to get their reaction from the weekend in football so a lot still ahead as always thanks for finding us on social media thanks for your phone calls and for a being part of our show therapy is free by the way it's after hours CBS sports radio here's our latest sports update and here's Jay Berman which way we'll begin with baseball National.

Rebooting AI: What's Missing and What's Next With Gary Marcus

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

10:11 min | 2 years ago

Rebooting AI: What's Missing and What's Next With Gary Marcus

"I am on the line with Gary. Marcus Gary is the CEO and founder at robust dot ai I also the a CEO and founder of the machine learning startup geometric intelligence which was acquired by Uber in two thousand sixteen. Gary is the author of five books including putting his latest rebooting ai which will be available on the day. This podcast is published Gary. Welcome to this week she learning and at thanks for having me I'm really excited to jump in and chat with you about this book. I had a chance to dig into it and awesome awesome booklets. Let's just jump in before we really dive into talking about the book. I'd love to explore a little bit about your background. You spent quite a bit of your career at and why you as a professor of psychology and neuroscience you tell us a little bit about your background and the perspective that this creates for you so I'm trained primarily as a cognitive scientists my research for many years and my PhD with St Thinker was all about how children learn language and and how children's start to understand the world so developmental cognitive scientist by training and at the same time I've been interested in is since I was about eight years old when I learned about programming computers and in the last seven years or so I've focused almost exclusively on answering the question what can cognitive science bring to. Ai I so a is currently dominated by certain statistical approaches that from my perspective as a cognitive scientist someone who studies how humans work seem a little weird to me so I don't think of children as giant data machines but the way that they I is kind of rolling right now. It's all about big data and I've been trying to see what I can contribute the two from the perspective of cognitive science so when you were when you create a geometric intelligence. Was that a company that really commercialized live cognitive science based approach or was there a statistical approach involved in your work their geometric intelligence which was my first company was inspired in some ways by cognitive science. It wasn't slavish to it. So there's always this tension of you know if you building airplanes you don't want to fly exactly like birds it 'cause that wouldn't make any sense who wants to flap their wings so many times a minute but you also want to understand something about the dynamics of flight in in my last company and also in this company were trying to take some lessons from biology in particular from how humans think and apply those to a problem so we're not in last company was not trying to be narrow scientifically perfectly accurate. We're not trying to be faithful to the brain. We're trying to take inspiration from the brain. The last company the broad problem that it was trying to address how do you learn from small amounts of data and that question itself in some ways comes from cognitive science. I think machine learning earning is catching up to it now in the last couple of years but it's always been clear from cognitive science especially from the field of language acquisition that learning from small data's the name of the game children can generalize from tiny amounts of examples. My dissertation was about how children learn the addy rule for forming the past tense which take sometimes use incorrectly they'll say goad or went to things like that. They learned that from a small amount of data sometimes they make mistakes over apply it but they don't have the gigabytes of data the way to save the GP tee system does now to the last company was really focused on one particular way a of solving this small data problem at our. I think most impressive results were we were beating deep learning in terms of data efficiency so we could learn things things with half as much data without having specific briars about the nature of the things. We're learning so we take 'em nist which is a benchmark. Probably a lot of your audience knows recognizing characters we could do amnesty have as much data without having to build in anything about the nature of letters or anything like that so we were working towards a general way of doing supervised learning. Maybe some other things using less data and we were inspired there by humans. We weren't necessarily doing it exactly the way humans do but I think the core intellectual property is something that is being Garan I developed and I sort of set a direction that was based on some things that made sense to me from a cognitive science perspective and Tuban been brilliant mathematician figured out how to apply it and so I think a lot of our listeners when they hear the idea of creating a unlimited data. We'll think about things like one shot. Learning zero shot learning but sounds like your approach was very different from these or was it. I mean there's some into relations and I can't say too much because Uber owns the IP and there's NDA's okay kind of stuff but I would say it. Zero shot learning in one shot learning first of all our names of problems. They're not names of techniques and people use different kinds of techniques to do them. They're often I think narrowly construed so there are lots of problems in the world where you have some data. It's not the zero data but you just don't have that much. It's something I often like to talk about is what my daughter did when she climbed through a chair so we were sitting in a whole foods about a year ago she was about four and a half years old or four years old at the time we sat in a chair that had a back in the gap between the back and the base of the chair if you can kind of visualize that and and she'd never seen the TV program the dukes of Hazzard with climb through the windows so she didn't have any data from like a model of doing wacky things sticking their bodies through an aperture inside of there so this was not a big data problem or at least there wasn't a lot of directly relevant big data. She had data about how her body worked the size of her body and she probably explored other apertures before she did what a lot of people might call at abstractly unsupervised supervised learning but he didn't use any of the techniques that we would call unsupervised learning so it was unsupervised in the sense that she didn't have training example saying this is the right you know. Torque to apply to your torso in order to spin through chair right in the way a reinforcement learning robot might try it a million sometimes and get reinforcement stuck this way it didn't get stuck that way and so forth she just did it in the space of like a minute and then the second time that she did. I I asked her to reenact it and I took pictures the second time I wish I had taken pictures the first time or taken video the second but anyway you look you look at this sequence of pictures that I took and she actually got stuck doc at one point and then she figured out how to get unstuck and so there was problem solving process there and it was also kind of leveraging modest amounts of data. She had no direct data on this problem except what she got from trying herself in that moment and then she had a bunch of background data from other kinds of problems that she had solved and she knew enough committee not consciously but unconsciously about physics and our body moved and so forth that you can integrate all of that so that doesn't fall into the paradigm of zero shot learning although you could sort sort of call it a zero shot problem but it's not like the things that people do in literature and it doesn't fall into the one shot learning and it doesn't really fit with how people think about unsupervised learning where they take take clusters of things or predict the next frames in the video. It's not really like any of those problems and yet it's kind of what little kids like. My children do all the time. They say here's some challenge that I have never confronted before. I'm going to figure it out. That's like eighty percent probably exaggerated but it's a large fraction of what my kids do is. They set new challenges right now. My son's a little older he's six and a half my daughter's five now. They like play Games all day long and they don't all play existing games. They play games that they invent until like well. Let's pretend you can't fly anymore because you broke your wing or whatever they're constantly making up assumptions and then doing problem salving relative to those reference points and that's just completely far away from what people are doing and they. I now part of the reason the Ernie Davis and I wrote this book rebooting. I I like reorient. The feel and reboot is like start over so we're doing great on all the supervised learning stuff where we have a ton of data ton of labeled data but but the reality is that's not really what the real world is like and it's certainly not like what children do as they come to understand the world and there's a gap right now between I I think memorizing doing something a little bit better than memorization and understanding so deep learning is like a better way of doing memorization you can Tripoli between examples. You've seen gene before but it's not really about comprehension. It's not really about building a model of chairs apertures and bodies and understanding how those interrelate into what earning an is trying to do is to get the field to look in different direction. That's more about comprehension and understanding and so forth did my going back to your question for second me did my last company. We do all of that. No I mean we were small startup. We were when we thought we were fifteen. People we at one very specific way of solving a supervised learning problem with less data. There's a lot that goes into human approach to less data another thing that goes into it that we didn't work on last compete at all is in eight nece so Chomsky's arguments which I think are correct is that we start with something that constrains how we learn language we don't. We're not open to any possible. I was reborn knowing certain things about language. I differ from him a little bit about what those things are but I would say we're probably born knowing that you can see candy. Symbols in order to express things is going in the right word or is it something you know as about the same conscious but I'll tell you about an experiment that I did which is probably not my best known result in psychology literature. I one of the two I taught seven kids in artificial language and I didn't tell them the rules as for the language it is give them examples two minutes and that

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On with Eric and Gary welcome. Hey, nice to talk to you guys. The all the time. Thanks. Thank you. Twenty five year veteran the law enforcement and some of my assignments. Learned a lot about marijuana and continue to learn more about it. It's very scary to me you guys have hit. So these things on the head about unknowns. There are products out there that you can get in some of these shops. It has dabbing this up to upwards of ninety percent TC. That's coming out of some of these places up to thirty seven percent THC that is genetically modified organisms that is not normal. That's not natural. That's nasa. Okay. The problem we run into now is that we do not have the research or the knowledge of what long term use of high potency sees will do the body human brain is increasing a lot more evidence. Now what it does to juvenile brain up to twenty-five debilitates formation. The gray matter this simple of brains of separate small all the other animals in this planet. The effects are scary. And I I really worried about the fact that we're opening Pandora's box. Yeah. You're gonna pay. Again, from my point of view from doing this show for such a long time. If you talked about marijuana heaven any type of bad effect on people would laugh. Remember the whole that doesn't cause psychotic psychosis. Nobody's laughing anymore. No different discussions today. Five point nine FM. This is.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On with Eric and Gary welcome. Hey. Because the all thank you. Twenty five year veteran law enforcement and some of my assignments I've learned a lot about marijuana and continue to learn more about it. Very scary to me you hit. So these things on the head about unknowns. There are products out there that you can get in some of these shops that have dabbing up to upwards of ninety percent, see. Yeah. Coming out of some of these places up to thirty seven percent. See that is genetically modified organisms that is not normal. That's not natural NASA. Okay. The problem we run into now is that we do not have the research of the knowledge of what long term use of highpoints cheese, do the body and human brain increasing a lot more evidence. Now what it does to juvenile growing up to about twenty five debilitates formation. The gray matter of separate small all the other animals in this planet. The affects are scary. And I I'm really worried about the fact that we're opening Pandora's box. He's gonna pit price. And again from my view from doing this show for such a long time. If you talked about marijuana have any type of bad effect, people laughing remember the whole that doesn't cause psychotic until psychosis. Nobody's laughing anymore. No different discussions..

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"gary welcome" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on WJR 760

"And then coming up after this next break, we're going to get people opportunity to get some tickets from the inside outside guys. Mike, thank you very much for coming on today. Brother will see a next weekend at the very, fun and popular Novi Home and garden show. I appreciate it. Can't wait to see guys. Thanks, mike. Thanks talk. You. Great guy. Yes. He is class act puts out a clash show there. He really does. I would say it's probably the biggest in Michigan when you think. Oh, absolutely type for sure going to have a lot of fun with it. And coming up, we're gonna be talking to a couple of experts one of whom you know, and the other who's been a well kept secret. Mr Pat Kelly with KNB energy has been a part of the show for gosh. What a decade the from from day one, Patrick and someone else that people don't know as much about, but they should Gary papaya from oak electric, and these guys have come up with kind of a unique solution to the whole labor shortage issues skilled technician issue, they decided to try to to work together and share each other's talents and capabilities so man, what a broad base of capability they have so unique relationship because there's there to geographical areas northern. County one in Wayne County, and you don't see too successful men have the insight to work together. Like this in the same. You don't see that to you? Hey, half the marriages in in this country fail. I mean business relationships or even tougher Pat. Gary, welcome. Good morning. Thank you guys. Thank you. Appreciate you being here. Wh what's driving you guys to to take the risk of working together? Because I know you both have had a lot of pride in what you do individually. If if I may I'd like answer that one the I've been working with Gary for twenty years. So this is really no big deal. Gary has worked with me in big projects. And we've worked with Gary on a lot of the smaller residential style projects with generators. And so on. We've been doing this for twenty years. He's been a very good. Business associate very intelligent. He's very bright. And he's got youth on his side. So the way for you to better serve, maybe your client. Absolutely. What he's what we've been talking about. We've been talking about. How do we maintain the clientele that we have how can we reach a bigger audience? And so I'm really excited right after the break more with Pat Kelly from canby energy, and Gary papaya from oak electric in the meantime, we're gonna make this next segment of the incentives. I guys brought to you by Michigan's largest foundation and basement waterproofing company and is foundation systems of.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:40 min | 3 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Six ninety redeye. He's on Gary, welcome and good morning. Kevin Hastert, the chairman of the White House counsel, economic advisers. CNN interview. Quarter of first quarter growth tends to be relatively weak. Anyway. Instead, it could be very close to zero if the shutdown persist through March. So I think he's trying to blame it on the shutdown. It would be more than just shut down the shutdown would have an effect. But it wouldn't be a major affect if you if you were having four percent private sector growth, and you had half the government shutdown, which you do not. Well, let's say what they have said that that what you have here is the the shutdown right now. Most economists I've heard said takes roughly one tenth of one percent. So if you were having four percent growth in the private sector or four percent growth overall, you might have three point nine percent grow. Or let's say three point zero three point seven doesn't go from four to zero. There are other factors involved here. What did I see housing down? Six percent was in December right from from the the previous year. We've talked about the fact that eventually tariffs have an effect on an economy. You can't raise the cost of goods and make an economy do better. Right. It's impossible building Cosco up housing costs. Go up. You're seeing also the interest rates go up. So you have a number of things working against the purchase and refinance of homes. So those those the housing numbers start to drop when housing numbers starts drop. You see other durable goods dropped because when people move or. Get a new house. They often furnish that house, and you have a basically that that rippling effect on top of that. You know, the the base cost the materials costs raw materials in manufacturing. And as those prices start to go up you have tempering of of that that behavior that purchasing. Of those those goods and. It's clear now that the administration acknowledges that where they're gonna go. I tend to believe that you're going to see a deal with China sooner than later. I tend to believe you're going to have on that the new NAFTA thing if the Democrats move on it at all I'd be amazed. So you're likely going to be stuck at the very least with the old NAFTA in place still. Yeah. Because I I do think the Democrats in the house especially with what's going on right now where they don't want to give them a victory. They would just they would dare Trump to say fine. Get rid of the old NAFTA, right? Go back to pre NAFTA rules and set the market into chaos. Go ahead. We get elected. And then you see, you know, the the the president can I mean secretary Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin can actually do the heavy lifting on all of it. Because he's the one that that technically makes the move and the president just moves on in terms of lifting tariffs and the president was on you're likely. Going to see some kind of deal with China. How soon that is? We don't know. But they've been working on it quite some time. And I I wonder if that's in the works over the next week or two aside from the negotiation on the wall. You start announcing the terrorists are going to be lifted and you start seeing the economy, rebounding. The White House estimates. The economy loses a little more than one tenth of a percentage point of growth for each week that the shutdown persist Michael ferrelli J P Morgan's chief US economists that earlier this month, but the shutdown would likely shave between one and two tenths of a percentage point each week off quarterly gross domestic product growth, the shutdown continues which he projected at just a two percent annual rate. So he says we're just a two percent right now. Right. Which is not remember the president. And remember, it's the it's what the Democrats will use against the president what percentage growth that he promise average. What do you want to get to five percent? So again that will be that will be huge. Mr. Hastert, set also says he sees the odds of a recession in twenty twenty very close to zero. So of course, you would say. Yeah. I mean, that's in response to the you know, what's going on at the at the economic summit. They were talking. Okay. This. We could see a global recession over the next eighteen months sometime over the next eighteen months. If the president moves on tariffs that's going to be a big deal. Well, what's interesting because then Wall Street Journal has Larry cudlow told reporters at the White House. He's not at all concerned about the shutdown heavy negative effect on the economy. No one likes the hardship to people having are having to shoulder including myself. But I would also say we are predominantly not a government run economy were free market economy. So when the government reopens you'll see an immediate snapback. So what do you say? If we're only a two percent growth in something's going on again. I don't know if he believes that or not. But if you're close to zero or below if you're negative growth, you can't blame that on a partial shutdown. No, no. Right. They they may try to do that. Yeah. I and Sunday by it. But oh, by the way, and the the the Chick-fil-A thing, we do actually have a point. Well, okay. Chick-fil-a? I looked at the headline. No this and this is going on in Atlanta. The falcons stadium. Right, right. The Chick-fil-A is not going to be open for the for for Super Bowl Sunday. Bryan headed to me. And I said what's the big story goes, well, it's in the stadium. Well, here's the point. It was never opened for Atlanta Falcons games eve ever when they played on Sunday would only be open for other events. It was never open for Sunday. Even if there was an event there. So the whole point wasn't football. When they when they opened when Chick-fil-A got that agreement for that stadium. Well, no it wasn't. It wasn't professional games on a Monday night. I guess it could be a Monday night. I game last season. Right. And it just Saturday game. Right. So I don't know how many concerts they have there. But it's probably quite a few other events want to make sure we we we got that one covered stuff. I forgot about that that we had talked about them. Yeah. Well, then what you do is is that. If you like we do go to Chick-fil-A on Saturday evening and stock up for some. That's funny. So I now I'm hungry. But you would you would think, you know, it's primarily a football state of actually there's probably more non football events. For many of the stadiums. I would have to look that up. But there are a great deal of concerts at other major stadiums. You know, and other other non football events not Sunday of it. We should say. So. Yeah. If you've seen that stadium. I mean, it stated Yar. If you wanna look I mean, it is the best stadium. Eighty eighty when you look at it the way that they had built and the amount of glass in it. It's much. It's even more modern looking than the Cowboys stadium. Cowboys stadium is mostly a television screen. Well, you see what they did? Well, I watched the was it. I forgot what Smithsonian channel whatever the building of that of that stadium in Atlanta. And it's just I mean, it was really really interesting. You know, how they how they do it. How they set the roof down is actually set it down at once. Okay. And everybody had to do the right thing. Okay. Now, we're sending it down. It's only, but they they screwed it on. They they they have Gladys rotated. They have glass all I mean, all over the place and what they did was. So they didn't have the so they they they didn't have the the video screen in the middle. They have a huge video that goes it's circular all around the entire stadium. So you're look wherever you are you see the video screens. But it goes, and they can they can you know, computerize it. So and that it goes all around the stadium where you're watching something or they can put on different animation, whatever. But it's really really cool. Yeah. Now, I don't know what seats cost. I would assume that none of us can afford to go to games there. Yeah. Right. See I would insist that like if the team is doing badly, they show a movie on the big screen. What was it? I mean, the new the new ranger stadium. I think it was the people that sat behind. Home plate that have been sitting there for years at the old stadium. Right. They found out the new tickets are four times as much. Yeah. You build a new stadium. Somebody has to pay for. Oh. Yeah. Right. And they're dealing with it in buffalo right now. They're talking about should we rebuild the stadium or whatever. And they put it up to fans, you know, what you want. Do you want the pre-game experience where they tailgate in the parking lot, which is huge? You wanna downtowns you wanna dome? Do you want to pay a seat license Jewish to pay four times? More for your tickets asking all those questions what how much of an increase will you want because that's not a market. That's not a Dallas. That's not an Atlanta. That's a small market. That's a small market city and they can't afford. They can you know, how you know. Watch. Go back. I mean, I don't want anybody would do it. But if you go back and watch bills game in a normal season. And then normal season is they're not winning. They're not in the playoffs. Look at the club seats. And the club seats of the more expensive seats that are under the little roof there, and you will see in most games. They're not sold out. They call the game is being sold out. But you see the club seats, and there's a bunch of empty seats because those aren't considered regular seats. They're considered club seats and you'll see a ton of them are open. Yeah. Because people won't pay for the the money that they're asking for the most sit in a regular seats that are a lot less expensive than were the weather issue directly. And you don't have the same kind of service. And and so it's really interesting to see what professional sports is going to go. In a lot of the smaller cities. Look San Diego lost their team. Saint Saint Louis Lawson, and those are bigger cities and probably more wealthier cities and a lot of the northern cities. So it gets to the point of how much will people pay when the prices for tickets keep going up, and I it does get to a point. And I I don't know about. I stopped going like I used to go to Matt's games, and I stopped I stopped going. I mean, I used to go just twice a year and get pretty expensive tickets, and they would call me all the time saying why don't you could see some tickets because I don't want to sit in the third deck for seventy dollars tickets. Right. Why not because I can see it better on television. So why why would I go a couple times a year? I want to go. And then like, I said the experience had NBA games made me stop going. The commercialization of it the screaming the yelling the the the ads. The announcers telling you when did cheer how did sheer why did sheer, and then chastising you for not sharing the DJ's are now bringing in the music actually playing right up to when they start dribbling the ball. And at times, you'll still hear a little beat going. Boom, boom, boom. Sorry. I want to watch a ball game. They took the love of the actual game away from me because they figured that that they must have done. The demographic research that the attention span of the typical basketball fan is so low were they have to provide them with some type of electronic entertainment every millisecond and that the basketball is not enough for these people that they will pay these extremely expensive prices to be annoyed. Well, I mean, that's why I think you you still have a great experience with with baseball. We still hear the sounds of the game. I'm not the biggest baseball fan but going to a baseball park. You know, I mean, even to some extent hockey. You know, you don't eight you're you feel like it's about the game not trying to create this this other stimulus from all these other different sources. I I've never been to a Cowboys game. A hockey is the last one hockey is really the last one to that seems to be an and professional football too. When the games gone the games on right? Not nothing else disturbs the the the game. They have learned that it accepted so expensive because the stadium. It's so it'd be the. Prices you walk in most markets are still markets where you can go and get a great seat. And and sit there and go, okay. I've I've got a I've.

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"gary welcome" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:38 min | 3 years ago

"gary welcome" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He's eric. I'm gary. Welcome and good morning. Kevin the Hastert, the chairman of the White House counsel Beckenham advisors. CNN interview that. Jimmy, first-quarter growth tends to be relatively weak. Anyway. Said it could be very close to zero if the shutdown persist through March. So I think he's trying to blame it on the shutdown. It would be more than just shut down the shutdown would have an effect. But it wouldn't be a major effect. If you if you were having four percent, private sector growth, and you had half the government shutdown, which you do not. Well, let's say what they have said that that what you have here is the the shutdown right now. Most economists I've heard said takes roughly one tenth of one percent. So if you were having four percent growth in the private sector or four percent growth overall, you might have three point nine percent grow. Or let's say three point zero three point seven doesn't go from four to zero. There are other factors involved here. What did I see housing down? Six percent was December. Right. Yeah. From from the the previous year. We've talked about the fact that eventually tariffs have an effect on an economy. You can't raise the cost of goods and make an economy do better. It's impossible building costs. Go up housing costs. Go up. You're seeing also the interest rates go up. So you have a number of things working against the purchase and refinance of homes. So those those the housing numbers start to drop when housing numbers starch drop. You see other durable goods dropped because when people move or get a new house they often. Furnished that house, and you have a basically that that rippling effect on top of that, you know, the the the base cost of materials costs raw-materials in manufacturing. And as those prices start to go up, you have a tempering of of that that behavior that that purchasing of those those goods, and it's clear now that the administration acknowledges that we're there. Are going to go. I tend to believe that you're going to see a deal with China sooner than later. I tend to believe you're going to have on that the new NAFTA thing if the Democrats move on it at all I'd be amazed. So you're likely going to be stuck at the very least with the old NAFTA in place still. Yeah. Because I do think the Democrats in the house especially with what's going on right now where they don't want to give them a victory. They would just they would dare Trump to say fine. Get rid of the old NAFTA, right? Go back to pre NUP rules and set the market into chaos. Go ahead. We get elected. And then you see, you know, the the the president. Can you know? I mean secretary Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin can actually do the heavy lifting on all of it. Because he's the one that that technically makes the move and the president just move on in terms of lifting tariffs. And the president was on you're likely going to see some kind of deal with China. How soon that is? We don't know they've been working on a quite some time. And I wonder if that's in the works over the next week or two aside from the negotiation of the wall. You start announcing the tariffs going to be lifted and you start seeing the economy, rebounding. The White House estimates. The economy loses a little more than one tenth of a percentage point of growth for each week that the shutdown persist Michael ferrelli J P Morgan's chief US, economists that earlier this month, the shutdown would likely shave between one and two tenths of a percentage point each week of quarterly gross domestic product growth, the shutdown continues which you projected at just a two percent annual rate. So he says we're just a two percent right now. Right. Which is not remember the president. And remember, it's the it's what the Democrats will use against the president. What percentage growth did he promise average? What do you want to get to five percent? So again that will be that will be huge. Mr. hassard said also says he sees the odds of a recession in two thousand twenty it very close to zero. So of course, you would sit. Yeah. I mean, that's in response to the you know, what's going on at the at the economic summit. You know, they were talking. Okay. This is we could see a global recession over the next eighteen months sometime over the next eighteen months. If the president moves on tariffs that's gonna be a big deal. Well, what's interesting because then Wall Street Journal has Larry cudlow told reporters at the White House. He's not at all concerned about the shutdown having a negative effect on the economy. No one likes the hardship to people having are having to shoulder including myself. But I would also say we are predominantly not a government run economy were free market economy. So when the government reopens you'll see an immediate snapback. So what do you say? If we're only two percent growth in something's going on again. I don't know if he believes that or not. But if you're close to zero or below if you're negative growth, you can't blame that on a partial shutdown. No, no. Right. They they may try to do that. Yeah. I and Sunday by it. But oh, by the way, and the the the Chick-fil-A thing, we do actually have a point. Well, okay, does because the chick flick is we looked at the headline. Yes show. You already know this. And this is going on in Atlanta the falcons stadium. Right, right. The Chick-fil-A is not gonna be open for the for for Super Bowl Sunday. Bryan headed to mean, any and I said, what's the big story goes, well, it's in the stadium. Well, here's the point. It was never opened for Atlanta Falcons games eve ever when they played on a Sunday would only be open for other events it. Right. Never open for Sunday. Even if there was an event there. So the whole point wasn't football. When they when they opened when Chick-fil-A got that agreement for that stadium. Well, no, it wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't professional games on a Monday night. Yeah. I guess it could be a Monday night. Thursday night game last season, right? And maybe Saturday game. Right. So I don't know how many concerts they have there. But it's probably quite a few other events. Wanna make sure we we we got that one covered. So I forgot about that that we had talked about that. Yeah. Well, then what you do is that. Do you like we do? Chick-fil-a on Saturday evening and stock up for some. That's funny. So I now I'm hungry. But you would you would think, you know, it's primarily a football stadium. Actually, there's probably more non football events. For many of the stadiums. I would have to look that up. But there are a great deal of concerts that other major stadiums. And other other non football events non Sunday events. We should say so. Yeah. If you've seen that stadium state of the art. If you wanna look I mean, it is the best stadium. When you look at it the way that they had built and the amount of glass in it. It's much. It's even more modern looking than the Cowboys stadium. Cowboys stadium is mostly a television screen. Well, you see what they did? Well, I watched the was it. I forgot what Smithsonian channel whatever the building of that. Yeah. That stadium in Atlanta. And it's just I mean, it was really really interesting. You know, how they how they do it. How they set the roof down actually set it down at once. Okay. And everybody had to do the right thing. Okay. Now, we're sending it down. Holding but they screwed it on. Accident. They they they have glad it rotated. They have glass all I mean, all over the place and what they did was. So they didn't have the. So they they they didn't have the the video screen in the middle. They have a huge video screen. But it goes it's circular all around the entire stadium. So you're look wherever you are you see the video screens. But it goes, and they can they can you know, computerize it. So and that it goes from all around the stadium where where you're watching something or they can put on different animation, whatever. But it's really really cool. Yeah. Now, I don't know what seats cost. I would assume that none of us can afford to go to games there. Yeah. Right. See I would insist that like if the team is doing badly, they show a movie on the big screen. Oh, what was it? I mean, the new the new ranger stadium. I think it was the people that sat behind. Home plate that have been sitting there for years at the old stadium. Right. They found out the new tickets are four times as much. Yeah. You build a new stadium. Somebody has to pay for. Oh. Yeah. Right. And they're dealing with it in buffalo right now where they're talking about. Should we rebuild the stadium or whatever? And they put it out to fans, you know, what do you want? Do you want the pre-game experience where they tailgate the parking lot, which is huge you want downtown you.

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