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Fresh update on "georges" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The owner of the Wonder Wheel part can, Hochman says they lost a lot of money, but this is a family on business. Four generations of the odorous family are committed to making sure that they survived the pandemic and reopen the park. The attractions at Coney Island will be open on weekends at first, with reduced capacity and other pandemic precautions. I made Donahue me's testimony. I'm Tim McGuire with an AP News MINUTE Hennepin COUNTY, Minnesota Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker testifies in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvet. This from court TV, Baker says George Floyd died of cardiopulmonary arrest. He notes that despite his drug use and large tart and narrowing arteries, Floyd's heart stopped because of the way he was held down by Chauvet. Mr Flay juice a fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck restraint His heart disease did not cause The sub duel or the next restraint. Baker testified that he did not watch video of Floyd's arrest before the examination so that he would not be influenced by what he saw. The charges against Children include murder and manslaughter, getting a little bit closer to normal. New York City's Coney Island amusement parks reopen for the weekends after being shuttered. All last year rides will have reduced capacity and other precautions because of the pandemic. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News For Friday,.
Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall
"Prince George's County has kids back in the classroom again on a hybrid schedule, But many students are choosing to stay all virtual and others have left the system altogether. School leaders think classrooms will fill out in the fall, though overall enrollment is down this school year in Prince George's County, we saw the con in a Roman of about 2000 students. But many of those who are younger students where their parents could actually do that all that home teaching experience. But Monica Goldson, the CEO of the County school system says that's likely to reverse back in the next school year. We're expecting that those families will come back, and we'll still see a percent about a 1% increase in student body as well. And that also means the county expects to hang a help wanted sign outside of schools this summer. Definitely every increase of students that we have will cause an increase in the number of staff that we hired John Doman w T O P News.
Fresh update on "georges" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Vin Trial in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis is on recess for the weekend after riveting testimony, all we In Floyd's death as a homicide, ABC Serena Roy multiple volcanic eruptions on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent, triggering thousands of evacuations. Dramatic images from the island of ST Vincent, the Caribbean Nations Disaster Management agency confirming a second explosive.
Biden's gun control executive orders could cause surge in gun ownership
"There be a rush on guns? That's the question after President Biden announced a half dozen executive actions to combat what he calls an epidemic and an international embarrassment of gun violence in America at George Guns that Hood River owner Erica Bell says she seen some business. In response to the president's announcement of executive actions to combat gun violence, including action on Ghost guns, which are also called 80% Guns. I've had a couple people come in, and that was the 80% people that we're looking for those, but it was just more so afraid of what's gonna happen and be available and they want them before. They're not available. One patron telling me that think Biden's one of the best gun sales whenever he says this cell phone is starting to go off about the issue. I've already had. People in my family column is asking questions about what this Biden order is going to do. And if we should go get eight percenters before their outlaw Blake Allen for CBS News Hood River Organ.
Fresh update on "georges" discussed on Texas Corners Bible Church
"White House looking at $2.5 trillion over a decade and a half to help finance roads and whatnot. The president wants to increase the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28% moderate, Senator Joe Manchin said. Let's just meet in the middle president, Biden said to meet with Republicans and Democrats to talk about this issue on Monday, Fox's David Sponte, Meanwhile, week, too, is in for former Minneapolis police officer's murder trial in the death of George Floyd. The focus this week was use of force and training with state witnesses say that former Officer Derek Children used too much force to George Floyd's cause of death, with several medical experts pointing to a lack of oxygen, Mr Flay Juice a fentanyl did not cause the sub duel or neck restraint. His heart disease did not cause The duel or the neck restraint, right?.
Medical Examiner Reveals George Floyd’s Cause of Death
"Who performed George Floyd's autopsy is standing by his finding that Floyd died by homicide. Azmat Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports, Dr Andrew Baker testified Friday in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing Floyd Baker said the stress of being restrained by police tipped Floyd over the edge. Baker noted that Floyd's enlarged heart and narrow arteries left him short of oxygen. In my opinion, the law enforcement so dual restraint and then that compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions. Children's defense attorney argues that Floyd's poor health and drug use led to his death. However, a pulmonologist testified for the prosecution that even a healthy person would have died. Had they been pinned facedown in the street for more than nine minutes. Is Floyd ones for NPR
Medical examiner blames police pressure for Floyd's death
"The chief county medical examiner who ruled George white's death a homicide testified that the way police held him down a compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take Dr Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin county and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd he experienced a cardio pulmonary arrest in the context of law enforcement to do will restraint and not compression Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd I did not want to bias my exam Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system the law enforcement subdue a restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mister Floyd could take five virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy we're not the main cause of Floyd's death Mr Floyd use of fentanyl did not cause the so do our neck restraint idea of the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king
Chief medical examiner takes the stand in George Floyd case
"Thomas to testify that George Floyd's death in Minneapolis was a direct result of the way he was being restrained by former police officer Derrick Show Vin during his arrest last year. Mr Floyd was in a position because of the sub dual restraint and compression where he was unable to get enough oxygen in To maintain his body functions. Video shows show Vince Neon Floyd's neck from where the nine minutes the defense argues Chau van was following his police training. No knock warrants are now partially ban in Kentucky Democratic
Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Is Dead at 99
"To the death of Britain's Prince Philip, who died just months away from his 1/100 birthday. CBS news correspondent Ian Lee has more from Windsor, England. It was the longest royal consort in British history and was that Elizabeth side for more than seven decades. Historians say the prince will be remembered for both his charm and at times controversial comments. It was will be the most good looking royal in history, but at the same time he had his opinions. He Knew what he was thinking. He was never easily swayed so she could depend on him in a way that no one else could. People are already laying flowers here at Windsor Castle. This is where Prince Philip spent much of the pandemic with the Queen. And officials say because of covert restrictions. Prince Willem of Prince Philip will not have a state funeral. Nor will he lie in state for the public to pay respects before his funeral at ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Some troubling news this afternoon. As
Forensic Pathologist Says George Floyd Died From Lack Of Oxygen
"Forensic pathologist says George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen to damage his brain and caused his heart to stop. It was retired forensic pathologist Dr Lindsay Thomas. Testifying on court TV, she says she's never seen a case so well documented use of videos is unique in this case, certainly as medical examiners We use videos, but there's never been a case that I've been involved with that had videos over such a long time frame and from so many different perspectives. Thomas, a former head of hit County medical
George P. Bush considering running for Texas attorney general
"Land Commissioner George P. Bush has previously hinted at a run against Attorney General Ken Paxton. This week. He was leaning in to that a bit further. What do you have to say? Yeah, I think it's notable here is how much he was, As you said, leaning into it. He's made clear for a while now that he may run for another statewide office and 2022, but in some media appearances this week, including with the radio host and Dallas, Mark Davis, Hey, said that he was quote seriously considering running for attorney general. And then he kind of laid out the case against packs and how he would run against Paxton. And, you know, he said that the top law enforcement official in Texas needs to quote Be above reproach. He also made clear that he wouldn't try to challenge packs unnecessarily from the right or try to question his support for Donald Trump or anything like that, he said that this would be about Putting, you know, under scrutiny. How Paxton has run his office as I'm sure your listeners know he's under FBI investigation now for these claims that he abused his office to benefit a wealthy donor, and you've seen a number of High ranking members of his team in his office leave as they've blown the whistle on
Medical Examiner To Testify About George Floyd's Death
"Are testifying today in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, who's charged in George Floyd's death after video show Children kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest. Dr Lindsay Thomas, a former Hennepin County medical examiner. Wait in employees cause of death. This is a death were both the hurt and lungs stopped working, and the point is that it's due to law enforcement, subdural restraint and compression. The defense argues that Floyd's drug use may have led to his death. Chauvet is charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Texas business will
Prince Philip Has Died Aged 99`
"Made Baker rule. George Floyd's death a homicide. Britain is mourning the death of Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, after the BBC interrupted scheduled programming to broadcast the national anthem. God Save the Queen. Flag at Buckingham Palace. The queen's residence was lowered to half staff after the announcement of Philip's death. The Royal family's website features a black and white portrait of the prince also noticed the Duke of Edinburgh. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Philip earned the affection of generations in Britain across the Commonwealth and around the
A Look Back at the Life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
"At the age of 99 Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh husband, England's Queen Elizabeth, the second longest serving spouse of a reigning British monarch. Morning grease in 1921 into a royal family with Danish and German ties. He was also a great great grandson of Britain's Queen Victoria. He would go to school in England and went on to serve in the British Royal Navy during World War two. He married Elizabeth the daughter, then King George, the sixth in 1947 in 1952. Elizabeth became Queen and Philip became Queen Consort in that role on his own and accompanying his wife, Prince Philip traveled the world. He was a strict but loving father to Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Differences. Andrew and Edward. One of his last major appearances, was that the 2011 wedding of his grandson William, to Kate Middleton, at that event, as always, he was at the side of his wife. His loyal and ceaseless support for her for the royal institution and for Britain itself was his hallmark and legacy. In London. Greg Palkot, Fox News governor to Santa says it's time to set
Medical witnesses clash with defense over George Floyd's death
"Resumes today in the trial of the ex Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. Defense. Lawyers for Derrick Show Vin are arguing that Floyd's use of drugs and his poor health caused his death. Prosecutors questioned lung specialist Dr Martin Tobin on Thursday. He disagreed and says Floyd's death was caused because he could not breathe. He's turned prone on the street. That he has the handcuffs in place combined with the street and then that he has a knee on his neck, and then that he has a knee on his back and on his side, all of Thies four forces Are ultimately going to result in the low title volume, which gives you the shallow breaths. The county medical examiner is expected to testify soon on why he ruled George Floyd's death homicide.
Chauvin trial focuses on George Floyd's oxygen deprivation
"In. Minneapolis were hearing from medical experts in the murder. Trial of former officer derek. Chauvin doctors testified thursday. That george floyd died of oxygen deprivation as he couldn't breathe while being restrained by police officers. Today we expect to hear from the local medical examiner. Here's the wsj's midwest bureau chief shady race. His name is andrew baker and his testimony is very significant because he is the medical examiner who conducted the autopsy on george floyd and he had several findings that make the case somewhat complex one. He declared the death a homicide which means that there was somebody else involved in the data. So that is something that is good for the prosecution however he also noted that he did not find any signs of his fixation no bruising to the neck or back and that is a little bit more complicated for the prosecution because they are trying to argue that derek chauvin the officer who kneeled on george floyd's neck and the two other officers who helped restrain him that essentially stopped him from being able to breathe and that s fixation caused his data
George scores 33 points, Clippers snap Suns' winning streak
"The clippers earned a one thirteen one oh three win over the sons as Paul George Kawhi Leonard combined for sixty points George was seven of nine from three point range while scoring thirty three points in thirty minutes Leonard furnished nineteen of his twenty seven points in the second half for Los Angeles which hit eighteen threes the clippers trail by seven four minutes into the third quarter before ending the sun seven game winning streak the sun's may twenty seven of their first forty shots but were nine of thirty one there after Devin Booker led Phoenix with twenty four points to McHale bridges had twenty I'm Dave Ferrie
Pulmonary expert says George Floyd died from lack of oxygen
"Cause of death. On Day nine of the murder trial of a former Minneapolis police officer was the defense's turn to cross examine the pulmonologist Dr. Martin Tillman, who testified for the state that George Floyd died of a lack of oxygen because of the amount of body pressure that Officer Derek Shelf in had on Floyd with showbiz lawyer Erik Nelson, turning to partially ingested pills containing meth and fentanyl found at the scene. Is it fair to say that you would expect the peak? Fentanyl respiratory depression within about five minutes. If there was any amount of it ingested. Yes, as the defense points to drugs is the cause of Floyd's death. And as the case continues in week two of a trial with medical experts as to what they think the cause of George Floyd's death watch boxes. Jeff and also Florida is suing the federal
Pulmonologist testifies George Floyd died of 'low level of oxygen'
"In Pullman, ology and breathing testify that there Floyd died from a low level of oxygen and this Caused damage to his brain that we see and it also caused a PE, a aerate man that caused his heart to stop based on video evidence. He's seen Dr Tobin side of the handcuffs, Floyd's prone position in the street and the officers, knees on Floyd's back and neck as factors in his inability to breathe. Over three million Covert 19 shots have been administered in Minnesota combination of
Expert Says Floyd Died From a Lack of Oxygen
"Expert says George Floyd died from lack of oxygen. Dr. Martin Tobin points the finger at former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, who had him pinned to the ground just employed has his face rammed in To the street because he's using his face here to throw us to try and crank up his chest. He's actually using his for it and his nose and his chin. As a way of trying to help them get air into the right side of his chest. The defense has argued drug use played a role in Floyd's death, and they have questioned whether showman's knee was on Floyd's Necker on his shoulder blade. It's Day nine of Sheldon's murder trial.
Pulmonary Expert Testifies Floyd Died From a Low Level Of Oxygen
"Hearing testimony today from a pulmonary expert and the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Then who's charged in George Floyd's death after video showed Jovan kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest the prosecution asked Dr Martin Tobin about what he thinks Floyd died up there. Floyd died. From a low level of oxygen, and this caused damage to his brain that we see and it also caused a PE a aerate man that caused his heart to stop and what caused the low level breathing is that issue in the trial, The defense is arguing Floyd's drug use led to his death. Death sparked worldwide protest against police brutality and systemic racism.
"georges" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. Have you thought about what you wanna be when you grow up. Maybe a firefighter thura ballet dancer. What do your parents think of that. History is full of composers. Who wanted to be composers. But their parents said absolutely not Believe it or not. George as as parents actually wanted him to be a composer when be say was born in eighteen thirty eight. In paris france. His parents had three first names picked out for him. None of them george. He was supposed to be called alexander. Caesar leopold caesar for short but his godfather thought that was ridiculous. So bizarre was baptized. George french for george. These as father was a wig maker who then became a singing teacher. Don't ask me how those are related and bas as mother was a pianist. George visa grew up surrounded by music when he was four. His mother taught him to read music at the same time as he learned to read words be a loved books in fact his parents thought he loved them too much they were so gung ho on his becoming a composer that at one point. They hid his books so that he'd spend more time with music when bc was just ten. His father got him into the paris conservatory while he was a student there. Visa wrote his only symphony between own stories. He read and all the singers. He heard his father. Teach it's no wonder that george as started composing operas. One of his early ones was called. The pearl fishers but these as most famous opera is about a spanish gypsy named carmen. That's the famous abbot narrow. Which didn't actually right. It's by spanish. Composer named erade year. Carmen loves to flirt in the habanero. She sings about love and bornes men that if they're interested in her she'll be interested in them but if she gets interested in them they'd better watch out. One of the men who gets interested in common is s. Comey yo a bullfighter own. Was idea off estimate big aria or solo about the life of a toreador spanish for bullfighter. I'm kind of fond of this version of the song of the toreador. And i have no idea who came up with these words. Toll rahab doro. Don't spit on the floor. Oh use the cusp. it orazio. That's what it's four row when the opera carmen. I opened in paris. The reviews were terrible. Lots of critics thought they were no good tunes in the opera. Can you believe that and audiences stayed away in droves in the middle of the night during the first round of carmen performances. b- died. He was only thirty six too bad. he didn't live another four months. Because when carmen opened in vienna it was a smash hit. Since then people have arranged and rearranged the music from carmen which turned out to be one of the most popular operas ever was obviously very good at writing dramatic music. The second most interesting thing about the play lila's yen or the woman from arl is that the title character never shows up the most interesting thing about the play is the incidental music. Bj composed for it. That's the farrell from the arlesienne sweet by george. Pj next week on classics for kids a behind the scenes. Look at the interesting way to put the ferron altogether. I'm naomi lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with tim. Lander at wg you see cincinnati. I hope you'll join me for the next classics for kids..
"georges" Discussed on Cars That Matter
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"georges" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Week you'll travel to a different location around the world get lost in a new vibe and tap into a surprising idea next up Bangkok a city that sinking where the traffic jams are so bad. That some police are trained as midwives. That's pin-drop from Ted Checkout pin-drop on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen. It's now my great honor and privilege to introduce Dr Georges. Benjamin who's the executive director of the American Public Health Association who has a long and distinguished career? Both has a medical professional and as a public health professional. Please give a warm welcome to Dr Georges. Benjamin David How are you? I'm good how are you Dr Benjamin here hanging in there good? We know that The theme of the moment is reopening. I would say we just heard one possibility for that. But obviously a lot of countries have already reopened in one form or another and I believe as of today all fifty states here in the US have reopened in one form or another. How do we do that smartly? How do we do that safely? Yeah we need to reopen safely and carefully and it means that we have got to forget these public health measures that brought down the curve to begin with and that means things such as covered up your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze wearing a mask washing your hands to distancing yourself to the extent possible from and being as careful as many of us have been in the last two months as we go into the next three months because this thing is not over you know. I've been arguing a lot that now that everybody really knows what public health is that everybody should recognize. Their second. Job is public health. Whether you're picking up the garbage or working in the grocery store or you are a bus driver or you're like me doing public health Physician on a nurse. Everybody needs of put the Public Health Manto into what they do each and every day what do you think the the new normal We might expect as countries reopen. What is that GONNA look like? There was not too long ago when you got new car and input you seat DOT on Today. We do it. We don't think anything about right..
"georges" Discussed on Past Gas
"Slow Birdie if you think about it a bark is like a dog's way of Saint Sacre blew. My little dog was just saying soccer. Blue WHO'S OUT THERE? Renault found out that AMC had a horribly inefficient supply chain and manufacturing process that wasted lots of money and lots of time and business. One tells us the time is money. Baby the workflows were smoothed out and the guys running. Things were retired in for the time being Renault would finally bring one of their cars to American shores. It was called the alliance. This drab sedan was also available as a convertible and I can assure you it is the most card looking car ever built and K guys. I want you guys to close your eyes. Let's do unless you're driving. Then keep them open. But let's do a little exercise little imagination vacation okay Imagine a car just a basic car. Okay you got it in your head and got it. Yeah okay more basic okay he visualizing I'm visualizing I'm seeing like a mercury grand marquee just like square and it's hand. Yeah that's exactly. That's exactly where you're supposed to be at this point Joe even more basic than that. Yeah more basic. I don't know how the more basic shorter I guess. Now but anyway. That's that's what the alliance was. It was just like the most boring car. You could possibly imagine it so my initial my initial response when he first said that was. Oh Chrysler Lebaron. Yeah and it looks like a Lebaron. Yeah exactly should have gone with my gut. Okay so yes. Super Basic Car looks a lot like a Chrysler Lebaron. It looks like it might be smaller and it also looks like it was just Kinda like her like Lebron. It was like I know what you're I know. You mean by that despite how boring in basic and the her -ness of it Apparently it was good enough for car and driver because they named the alliance their car of the year in one thousand nine hundred three which I think like. I don't make any enemies in automotive in the automotive press Like the Chrysler like the car driver. Car of the year doesn't mean anything. It's a fake list. It's like a fake award. That gives they give to people who pay money. I don't know man. I think what look into that. I'm going to disagree with you on that one. I got a hunch okay you know the New York Times Bestseller List has nothing to do with sales. I think we discussed last week. All right. Here's an interesting tidbit boys about this Reynaud. Amc acquisition at the time Reynaud was owned by the French government meeting. Amc was also owned by the French government. A problem arose when they realized that. Amc had a subdivision called am general which produced vehicles for the military like big six by six transport trucks. The French government was not allowed to own a defense contractor like am general so Reynaud sold off the AM general assets to General Motors included in those assets was the iconic seven slot Jeep Grille design and the Hummer name. That's what you call it. Come up in the early eighties. Amc was doing okay but the winds began to change once again. They're small car. Sales were flopping hard if AMC wanted to survive the eighties. They needed something big and that was a tall order. Since renna themselves weren't doing super hot either back in France it was perceived that AMC's troubles were weighing down Reynaud and by extension the government and by double extension the French people because their taxes were covering renos losses the AFC so bad. It'd be in a car company and they're GONNA tank country. The options were either sell. Amc Or do something big in. Reynaud did something big. They hired one George. Best TO RUN. Reynaud best had a reputation France for turning things around and making them profitable again but one. Key Tactic for Georgia's turnaround. Success was a particular league negative one Layoffs he's like another Renault President Mr Karas gone very very true Joe. there's a lot of parallels between best and gone When acting as director of aluminum firm another French name. I'm going to butcher. Aluminum firm pitchy Nate Peck. Any Penny Guinea Coleman actually back in the Eugene Coleman best ordered the layoff of thirty thousand employees. Yeah you could call George a lot of things but not inconsistent. I directed at Reynaud was to lay off. Twenty one thousand people. George Bastl is now responsible for fifty one thousand people losing their job and some people might have seen that as an anti working class move. I think I think you could say that out of the side of your mouth if you wanted to not now on an Nolan. I think you've earned it. Some people might have seen that as an anti working class move. I think it's like that some people like you gotTa Kiss Remember. We've been talking about Gary. And all these revolutionary people who are sticking up for the little guy. You should really hit that some people because like. Oh we've been talking about those people get. Some people might have seen that as an anti working class move. Thank you thank you now. I feel foreshadowed good. Within twenty months of George taking the reins Renault was profitable again and he started investing more money into AMC despite the pressure from the French public to let the company go after all these workers he laid off were union employees and yet he wanted to send more money to the US. That's an entirely different country. Lose hard for a lot of people to accept but Zhores believed that the key to AMC success and by extension Renault's was making big innovations at cheap the SUV craze was on the horizon. George wanted jeep to lead the way. George approved the development of four leader in line. Six engine an engine that would be used in the Jeep Cherokee SUV. And honestly it's one of the top ten. Maybe one of the top ten engines of all time. It really reliable gets the job done. You can drive until three good Jillian. I mean there's like million mile motors out. Yeah my buddy cody has a his family as Cherokee with like three hundred fifty thousand miles on it and it's still runs like a champ. Yeah it's a great great engine. So things are going great for George until November sixteenth. Nineteen eighty-seven on his ride home from Renault Headquarters. Georgia's probably reading some documents that he didn't have time for at the office as was his routine. He probably didn't notice the two women pushing a baby. Stroller down the sidewalk as his car. Approached the curb. His daughter waited by the second story window like she did every night. George stepped out of the car as the women approached him. The women said nothing as they fumbled with the blanket in the stroller. It wasn't carrying a baby but to guns one of the women opened fire hitting George four times before he fell to the sidewalk. After shooting George the assailants dropped. Their guns ran to a pair of waiting motorcycles. One of which was driven by jean-marc Rian direct action had just hit their last and most high profile target. The four of them went into hiding as direct action. Claimed responsibility for Georgia's death in a letter sent to newspapers three months later. They sighted Georgia's layoffs as because for retaliation. As as quote imperialist capitalist actions had directly affected workers in France. The four of them Natalie. Many on as usual Lebron's George Cipriani and leader John. Mark Regan were found shortly after the direct action letter was published hiding out in a farmhouse in Orleans a hour and a half south of Paris during their respective trials. All four assassins denied any involvement in the shooting. Despite the fact that police found the original letter claiming responsibility when they raided the farmhouse. Well do they want to take responsibility for it or not because they seem like a proud of it but they don't WanNa go to jail kind of thing. Yeah it's like you WANNA be proud of it until you're like until this. Yeah and then you're like Turns OUT IN SUCKS MAN? The fame was great. But these prison bars kind of We'll be right back with more of this story but I ordered from our sponsors Bob Saga Cheer for you. That's right that's me and I'm talking in third person which means I need to see my shrink. But he's not returning my calls but I've got a podcast that's out now that I'm really excited about and I know I'm the last person to do it. 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"georges" Discussed on Past Gas
"The rappers but he was in clips and so like he's been famous since he was seventeen years old probably sixteen or seventeen involved in the music industry for you know almost as long as like Justin timberlake right so like push a T. Has just decided to do like drug dealer caused play. And that's his whole thing. Rick Ross is the same way it's like none of you guys sold drugs. Speaking of Justin Timberlake the first clip song I ever heard first instance of clips I ever heard was in the Justin Timberlake Song Like I love you which has verse by pushing not on it. And it's pretty good. It's a great song. Metric conversation came full circle real nicely bacteria show back to the show jeep produced a mail truck variant called the dispatcher. A wheel drive. Cj Five used by the United States post office thanks to the rising popularity of off roading in the US. Jeep enjoyed great sales throughout the seventies. Essentially say thanks to the rising popularity of male yes so essentially jeep was carrying Amazon's back however the profit margin for AMC was so low that the slightest hit the economy wouldn't mean AMC was done for and as luck would have it. That's exactly what happened. Amc had run up credit that no one would loan them anymore money so they started looking for a buyer the company was too small for anyone in the US looking to compete with big three but its small size did have an advantage am see. It's a perfect option for large foreign automaker wanting to get in on the American market and Bats Win French. Automaker renew came into the picture. Meanwhile back in France John Mark Riyan still had a passion for guerrilla warfare and a desires of up. It's hard to kick. Yeah I'm trying myself man trying and he had a desire to get something done so from the remnants of his dissolved Gary Group he formed a new one called action direct or as we'll refer to them at a direct action. Direct Action was a collaboration between former Gary members and another group. How I don't even know how to pronounce this. I'm going to do my best No Yo arm poll autonomy populaire or an map for short. My favorite nap is the call map. We're not sponsored by them. We're not we can be call. It hit us up anyway at donut dot media NAP APP. You can hear Luke. Perry say the Velveteen Rabbit. I WANNA listen to Luke Wilson in the velveteen rabbit. Do they have that? Luke Wilson Reading little why good day for Stewart over and he wanted to see Mr Badger. So you're not Mr Badger store. It was a cute little house. It's like little animal house. Really you know reflected Mr Personality which will grim and a little gruff miss. You know he's like a little animal. He's got a front door. Got Inside of his house. Wears a little soup like a little man shoot and like Him right like he's very personified really well like he. He's badgers are grumpy. Animals so he wears like the same kind of suit is like a grumpy like connor. Short Chubby guy with funny here would wear England. Amazing really good. It's so good. It's called the NAPA APP get celebrities. We got celebrities and they just read. That was incredible. Okay so yeah. In nineteen seventy nine nap restructured and vowed to carry out attacks in the name of anti imperialism and quote Proletarian Defense They wanted to fight for the little guy. But as the story progresses I think their actions might have hurt more little guys than they helped. Direct Action carried out. Direct Action carried out nearly fifty attacks. They attacked French. Government buildings French army buildings property management buildings army arms manufacturers and carried out an attack on rent now now okay and carried out an attack on the employer's Union headquarters which is basically like there was you know there's labor unions and then the employers union was Kinda cheeky name. This is where all the heads of industries would kind of hang out and try to figure out how to best the little guy basically. Yeah so if you made money exploiting the working class or if direct action thought you did. You were a target. We'll get back to more passed right now over at sponsors with all the uncertainty in the world. Feeling safe at home has never been more important. That's why I wanNA talk to you about simply safe home. Security their longtime friends of pass gas and for good reason. Simplisafe has made it easy to finally get comprehensive protection for your home. There's technician or salesperson that needs to come and disrupt your house and you don't need to pay any rages monthly fees or sign a two year contract. Okay guys. 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Renault made small cars cramped cities and while there are cramped cities all over this country. The thought of buying a small car to navigate them has never really been that popular. For some reason. I'M GONNA buy I WANNA buy a fiesta. Fiesta TB. I would love one of our they affordable yet. We'll talk. We'll talk offline Hobby Conversation. Okay even though. Amc sales were slumping hard. They at least had an idea of what kind of cars to build for American. So we're note jumped at the chance to buy a stake in the company. Renault bought fifteen million dollars in stock of AMC which gave them five percent ownership far from the controlling stake but Renault would lend AMC one hundred and thirty five million which then turned into stock in the company allowing Bruno to eventually take control the French firm sent two representatives over to the US who are given board member positions and allowed Renault to observe how AMC did business and what they found made. These guys go suck right balloon. Tradition can be an important asset in a company as old as AMC a chain that links everything together but it can also bind people to doing things wrong Renault found out that AMC had a horribly.
"georges" Discussed on Past Gas
"Pass it on. I'm your host. No-one SYKES JOINED US. Always by my other hosts. James pump free and Joe. What's up pass gas nation last week? We were talking about the Javelin and yeah. Yeah I really love the Javelin. I think it's to me. It's such A. It's such a weird car. Like the design is just a little off. I think maybe because they're not around anymore. So none of the design cues have been carried on. You know yeah like a little bit off right. Kind of like a weird cool. They look like Dexter Laboratory. Looks like appearance cars from Dexter. That's pretty fine. That's an astute. Actually a bunch of Javelin on Craig's list that I was looking at while I would never actually go through with it but I think they're pretty cool. I would eventually like maybe not javelin but definitely I would love to own an AMC Hudson rambler or Nash. At some point is is the eagles the like wagging that's super high up. Yes it is a four wheel drive wagon so cool okay today. We're talking about the assassination of George. Bess and I am see might have been inadvertently responsible for his death. Shall we GONNA do it? Yeah Frenchman jean-marc Rajan decided he wanted to involve John. That one's all right. That was Joe. John Mark Frenchman. John Mark Ruin decided he wanted to involve himself in some Spanish politics with the goal of bringing down. Spain's Fascist Franko government back in nineteen thirty six. A vicious civil war had broken out in the country. Fighting was done between the Republicans. The ruling party made up of urban workers farmers and the educated middle class versus nationalist rebels. A coalition of military leaders landowners business owners and the Church by mid year. The nationalist captured nearly half of the country as well as Spanish territories like the Canary Islands and Spanish Morocco. In the months that followed Spain was ravaged with atrocities committed by both sides as both Republicans and nationalists looked beyond their borders for help around forty thousand foreigners came to the Republicans aid while nationalist leader. General Francisco Franco asked Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany for assistance which they happily provided. After two years of brutal combat the nationalists captured the capital of Madrid. As most of the Republican forces were disbanded. After the war Franco was given absolute power. He was not burdened with the obligation to consult his cabinet before making any legislation. Franco's government was extremely authoritarian in nature. A cult of personality was built around Franco and a spouse that he had been sent by God to save Spain. People were encouraged to report. Any Co workers suspected of any quote leftist activities. Franko made any non-government union illegal which took away any organizing power in the private sector. Franco ignored Spain's diverse heritage and instead heavily promoted quote traditional Spanish activities like bullfighting and flamenco dancing. Franco's government censored the media making criticism illegal as late as nineteen seventy. I think you guys are probably getting a picture here. Yeah it's just like right now. Franko was a bad guy and frankly Spain doesn't sound like a good place to be and that's where Frenchman Lake Right now. And that's where Frenchman John. Mark Ron comes into play. The Frenchman was based in the town of loose about a two hour drive from the border with Spain in the time since the Spanish civil war exiled Republican fighters had crossed the border into southern France and they hadn't forgotten anything that Franken put them through the mood in the region was still very counter revolutionary. Even thirty years after Franco took power John Mark Fashion himself as a freedom fighter and was inspired to start his own counter counter revolutionary group. When he heard that Spanish police had assassinated one. Salvador puig antique a member of the anti-franco Iberian Liberation Movement. John Markers radicalized by this killing and he was not the only one John Mark and the other evolutionary forum groups day Actual Revolution Dares Internationales or Gary began carrying out operations in Spain and southern France by robbing banks. In Brussels Paris and to Lou Gerry was able to fund. Their insurgent acts. They machine gun. The Spanish Prime Minister's car sabotage railways burned buses and bombed buildings. Eleven firefighters were seriously injured in Gary placed a bomb on the roof of a Spanish school. Then when two of its members were arrested during a routine traffic stop. Gary was dismantled in nineteen seventy nine but because they were arrested in France not Spain John and the other Gary were not charged with terrorism in that country and they were released John. Mock Rule Yang took some time off from robbing bombing and decided to regroup so I don't know if clarification needs to be made there Not made a movie about this. Not yet joe. I don't that production. Yeah this would definitely make a good movie for sure. Yeah definitely so yeah clear on I keep. I could use a little clarification even though I just read it so this group Gary in my research it sounds like there were a lot of groups like Gary at this time and they would like kind of you know they would do those attacks like the machine gunning of the car and the bombing and stuff like that but it doesn't really seem like they're ever really successful at at pulling off their goal and mostly they just they just robbed a lot of banks because to them that was also kind of an act of revolution you know because they were taking money from the financial institutions and they kind of fashion themselves as like Robin Hood in that way but usually that money just went to financing their own acts anyway did if they wanted to lead a revolution. Why didn't they just drive across the country? That's how you really make a change. Yeah if you haven't listened to our Cannonball run series. I definitely check that out. I don't know what what do you think brock. Yates would think of Gary. I think he'd be like y'all wasting your time. All you need to do is get a Ferrari and drive really fast across country and then everyone will listen up if you think about it. The fascist regime of Franco is pretty much the same as fifty five mile per hour speed limit. Kid I was thinking that. That's pretty much the exact same. Tony Angelo texted me after that the first Campbell came out and he was like dude a Junior lives in my neighborhood. We get beers that's awesome. Yeah so I think maybe when we're allowed to go get beers with people again We can go gears with him now. Let's do that for sure. Yeah okay so to Philly. We got a little philly baby. If you WANNA go. If Beer's we gotta go to Philly baby doe not does have like some good connection to Philly a gained love Philly in my homie. Russo's fucking risk in Tony Angelos from philly baby. Let's go get some word and Philly word right can celtics or something. I hate the Celtics is something. I hate the braves anyway. Brace Fan. You're brave state. You drink some water took supporter and cheese steak. Kit hate the phillies? I hate the. I hate the bucks. Why do you hate the phillies? No I love the Philly's what did I just so sad. GimMe last award. You love rocky drink. I love talking about Iraq. Yeah you ratchet for him for some anyway. Amc was struggling in the late. Seventy s an economic slump a few years earlier had kneecap sales and the company was struggling to recover their GREMLIN AND PACER. Compact cars had been decent sellers but the best was behind them by nineteen seventy nine the only thing keeping AMC in the black was loans and jeep. Amc acquired jeep back in nineteen seventy buying the brand from the Kaiser Corporation who had bought it from Willy's overland seven years earlier. Hey wait quick. Quick side note I've been pronouncing willy's jeep wrong this whole time. It's actually Willis Jeep. Oh thank you Joe. The Guy who knows everyone and pronouncing wrong Willis Alright Willis Ovo. I also think that We've been saying AMC wrong. Yeah it's am how do you say okay? Yeah Yeah Okay. Under his Asian is what's confusing. It is all caps. But you don't say every letter right. Okay that makes sense. So yeah they bought it from Willis overland seven years earlier under ampex ownership jeep innovative by introducing the first automatic all wheel drive system in nineteen seventy two and they introduced the iconic. Cj seven in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. My Dad had a CJ seven. That's sweet did he. Only have white cars He had a lot of me in a white ranger. Hit a white. Bmw'S TO WHITE BMW's white white cars. I never thought about that. May My dad was. Push A T. I love push not not like this guy. All he does is talk about like being like a legit drug dealer right. Yeah coathanger cowboy did yeah. So he's like the most drug.
"georges" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"So this is real life for a lot of people. I just tried to make people laugh. I don't I don't sit in my house and say I'm down. I'm down because I'm not really doubt Not just you know just to follow roles continue into social distant but I just you know just trying to make people have to do something. Just have you pick up your fault and laugh a couple of seconds restart. You're thinking you start your battery. I'm happy to do that but I don't sit my house and go. Oh Lois is me no. I can't do that. How do you feel about the NBA? Coming back do you feel like this is something that needs to happen or would you rather them err on the side of caution. Our Rather. Everybody be cautious. And you know Adam Silver He's done a great job he was it was at the forefront of you said you know what safety of the players. GonNa Council this thing you know. I just wish that we will get a definitive date on here. Fourteen days April tenth every may thirtieth so but I our love everyone to be safe. I just wanted to get back to normal. But I'm a guy that follows rules and regulations so you know I'm just sitting back like every other American just you know weightless but often as as a couple young brilliant doctors scientists as you know getting a hold of this thing we could make it up to get the numbers down a little bit. There's been some talk of like holding all the Games in one location Bahamas. Las Vegas has been brought up. Have you heard any of this? And if so do you think that's a feasible idea like to play all the Games in one spot. But I haven't heard from the powers to be so you know crazy thing about the world. We live in now so many information sources. You'll know you know who sang a Lotta information shoe emissions doctrine. So would you suspect one of the guys that you link up within the show that airs tomorrow and the episode of Air Scenarios Mazda who scored the fastest knockout in UC history? And he shows you the knee also one of my favorite fighters or or a forgot to mention your biologists. I like him because to me. There's two different types of fighters right. There's the fighters coming in perfect shape. Nobody fat and then there's the ones that just like to fight like horse. Horror is like when I saw him. I knew it was a fighter but I didn't know he was as bad as he was like. He showed me a couple of movies. And I was like okay. But then when he got on the radio that Actually my first time saying then when he got in the Ramsey. Wow this guy's real i. I can tell who's ruins. Not Real. So he he's definitely one of my favorites and you know what he did to my God. Oh dear brothers next the Diaz brothers ever since they first came out but Miami IS GONNA be around for a while the thing about you. Is You have a heart of gold and as you mentioned you. Try to Brian People's days. I wanted to ask you about two two famous. Ma Stories that. I found out about you that maybe a lot of people don't know You were at the event in Anaheim last August Nate FOUGHT ANTHONY. Pets on that car. Daniel Cornea another Louisiana Guy. Funding Cardi loss. You remember running into backstage. After he lost he was very emotional. His wife was emotional. You shared some words of wisdom with him. Do you remember this at all. You had to just hugged him. Said great job. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose them which you still champ to me. Nope nope. It's only one guy that's undefeated. Now everybody else has has taken a loss. The only got US undefeated in sport and been a you know started as during the feelings Troy Mayweather. Everybody else's one loss got it back so I just Tomasso champ hanging at and and my other favorite shack you've seen moment is when you're next to Max Holloway son when he lost in Atlanta last the almost exactly a year ago and his son was crying. Remember that his dad was just GonNa be traumatic for a kid to see his dad getting beat up and you were there telling him to feel better. That was amazing to watch was there and have children of my own and my kids used to be like that when I lose or when I miss a couple of free throws and people talk about the data such just grabbed his son and said I a monk. Shack you daddy right on whereby it when all this is over you make sure you get your daddy hug and tell them you love them so I was just trying to be a great uncle Tom and can ask you. Are you familiar with John? Jones and the trouble is that he has had. He's considered the best in our sport but sometimes he can't seem to stay out of trouble. No one was more famous than you back in your day and you did a very good job. You lived in a different time. Of course no social media so there weren't as many people watching you. But how did you avoid all that sort of stuff and avoid trying to you know? Get yourself in the Ron rotation. I love John Jones and if he ever needs to talk to me he can call me. I don't want to speak on John Jones. As if I'm holier than thou of never been that type of person. I love John. I don't want to talk about his discretions online. Like this without him being here but John needs to know status. If you need anything from me he can call me. He can text me and I wish into best. I wish you the best at. He's also one of my favorite finalist. But again I'm not gonNA sit here and Zeh Johnson to this Johnson do that. We have too many people doing that. Now you know kicking people were that window down. I'm never going to do that so John if you wash you probably are. You know how to contact makes you. WanNa talk about it in a day. Always every breath much respect Can I ask you? A lot of people are excited about the Chicago Bulls documentary. That's coming out starting on On Sunday Do you remember that season? The ninety seven ninety eight bulls. You're playing with the Lakers. Played them twice one game. You were out the second game you play. Do you remember playing that particular both team. Of course I do. We won't be loss. Yes No. They're hard to be. You Know I. I finally revealed that when I got the league I was terrified of Jordan because the reason why I was terrified because as a kid is like you're watching guy now you're on the same core with God and all of a sudden that he was doing I was a kid is true. You can fly. He can bump you in a hair still being air. Come out layup is. He's in perfect condition. His jump shot his crazy. If he steals the ball break all the fans are going to stand up. He's going to focus everything. I was seeing when I was a kid really true Lila guys. Oh you're not I saw you on TV. But now that I'm here. You're not really that good but with him. Everything you saw as a kid was true but once I got over that talk to you know play. Play out a little better but that team to win seventy two a new as here. Yeah but you guys actually beat them. You beat the last Nj Bull's you beat them by twenty five one of their worse losses of that season in February that year. Nineteen Ninety eight and afterwards wise at the. Yes afterwards. Mj said someone asked him. You think you'll see these guys in the finals. And he said I don't know about them. We'll be there. I'm not sure if they'll make it Indian. You guys didn't make it to the finals that year but it actually got me thinking. I feel like the three peat Lakers. I'm not trying to make a heartache here. But the three Peat Lakers. Would it be those bulls in their prime grow easily wise because I would kill Mook Longley? Bill when Cartwright so factor is me and my frequent. Shoot so okay. Another question is our Lakers problem in Chicago. Who Israel Jackson wit? Is He with us? I think he's with them because he was with them first so he would have tried to hack a shack. They would so the I I still have twenty eight twenty nine but the key would have been free toast so you know me as always fifty fifty off and on I've been on. We went off those but you know. I love how these conversations they would do that but I I could strictly sat. I think we'd be well the one common denominator from all those those six finals were. They always play teams with week. Centers Right Lebron Louis Greg Ostertag right you know like Duckworth. The Lakers that bloody devotes was they never played a dominant center so that Kobe would have been on so I actually. I think that this is a very legitimate argument. I thought I know people say I'm crazy now but I think you guys are going to beat them. Even when Harris has coach also himself down here for a while have great knowledge of sports. I you know I appreciate your hard worker really do wow thank you. I thought you didn't know who I was shit. Stop it I'm just. That's why that's why I agreed to do this interview. Why respect that? I won't keep you anymore. Let me ask you one last thing. Check your your ass. Recently your favorite sports moment involving you you said of course two thousand Western Conference. Final the The the bright but as a as a fan not involving you were you were just a fan. Rooting is one. That comes to mind gruesome time. It was a moment that made me want to become the NBA player. 'cause I was a medium level juvenile delinquent I was more into football warranty people right. Never Basketball's okay. Those two moments so John. Koech saddened big contract then. I really started focusing on basketball. My father takes me to a gay Madison Square Garden. We're sitting on top. I know who Dr Jazz he smooth. I liked him 'cause he's smooth. He goes baseline and throws it down. Crowd goes crazy. That's not looking at you know. This is what I WANNA do when I get older so so shocked DR J. Because when he went based on the crowd went crazy and she's like all the basketball angels. I know my body right that I just Kinda got scared and on some of them felt before I went home and I stopped practicing and you know I just really became good and just you know stuck with it. So that's probably my answer. Shot Onto Julius erving. Hell creating the character check. How about that? The Great Shaquille O'Neal knows who I am. I can die and go to heaven. What a life unbelievable again. I watched shack life. It's a lot of fun if you're looking for something to do Thursday night nine pm. Eastern and Pacific on.
"georges" Discussed on Past Gas
"Thanks keeps all right. So why are we talking about Hudson? Well BACK AT NASH. Kelvinator George Mason. Hat a realization. He knew that Nash is relatively small size. Allowed the company to experiment with their car designs and that was great but nash. Kelvinator didn't quite have the same to take the fight to the big three that that was Ford General Motors and Chrysler Nash Kelvinator the product of one. Merger would have to merge again with other like-minded companies. Who George had in mind was studebaker. Packard and Hudson. Unfortunately student packer were not interested in a merger but Packard later partner with a new company. on May first nineteen fifty. Four Nash Kelvinator formerly merged with Hudson Motors and so began the American Motor Company. Also known as a M C is it Mitt. Romney's dad was neither president. Amc Damage Oh. I HAD A V. Now know too much about you. Know what hold on. Read about cars for a living here about this. Here's a little tidbit. I don't know if it was Mitt Romney's dad or a different president but doesn't it probably not a president not I'm talking about the president of AMC. His Dow if he thought that he was paid too much in a year he would forego his salary if pending if he thought he was being paid too much or not us pretty like based on his performance. Yeah that's cool. It's it's like a Japanese thing right. Don't they a lot of IOS Japan do that? That's interesting by saw Bob. Iger the CEO of Disney forego his salary this year so I guess now he only has infinite money. It's like oh how made him richer? You don't have to pay taxes this year so mature sadly though James George Mason would not live to see his plan through to completion just five months after the merger. George passed away due to complications with bankrate. Patriot titus and pneumonia. The P Yeah. That is A. That's a really bad one two punch there. He was sixty three at the top. You heard at the bottom. He was sixty three years old. His replacement was his protege and AMC's vice president a man born in a Mormon colony south of the border in Chihuahua Mexico and who would later become Michigan's governor in nineteen sixty two. Do you guys want to take any guesses as to what his name was? Joseph Smith George L. W. but it was George Romney as Joe said earlier. George Romney I really sorry I saw okay. You just know a lot. It's fine Jordan a lot. It's fine it's like didn't ruin my planet all George busy making sure. His mentors plan came to fruition which he was fully equipped to do he had met Mason when he was working at the American Manufacturers Association and May to the nets and. I don't think they're around anymore. That's how my Broza Ama and Mason George under his wing around the same time as the Nash Kelvinator Emergencies. Like Hey kid you got moxie. Even though he's probably like forty that's how people will say that's very accurate lingo for the time. Probably I can tell you end up doing your research and forty was young for someone. You know an executive at the time that's true. Yeah Yep in the forties and fifties people used to live to be one hundred seventy five years old the merger allowed AMC to utilize the strengths of all the companies under its umbrella. The Hornet was allowed to live and would come. Amc's medium sedan complete with a new packard supplied. V Eight so it got rid of that dual car straight. Six nights got the V. Eight Nash's Rambler and Metropolitan would cover compaq side and Small cars were actually very important to George Romney. He knew that. Amc while larger than ever before still couldn't take the big three head on with large cars. He believed that if AMC WAS GONNA SURVIVE. They would have to find their own little pocket in the market and the jam. It full of small cars. Just fill it so in nineteen fifty seven. The Hudson and Nash nameplates were dropped and the rambler model name became. Its own brand the next year. Amc debuted the all new rambler American a small sedan with a size somewhere in between Volkswagen beetle and like a typical normal like American sedan of the time. The timing of the release could not have been more perfect as a recession had just hit making economical and efficient cars like the American. Very appealing to customers. Georgia's hunch paid off and sales in one thousand nine fifty eight compared to the previous year. Apparently small was big nice. James Yeah thank you. Compact cars weren't the only standout models. Amc had in the stable despite rambler being laser focused on economy releasing ads with slogans. Like why don't we enter high performance rambler? V8's in racing because the only race rambler cares about is the human race nice. That's so weird campaign doesn't really roll off the tongue very well. Maybe I can deliver it but I think deliver better all right. This is like how I feel like it was pitched l. Let's hear let's hear it so it's like seeing the poster right behind the things covered it up and it's like why don't we enter high performance rambler? V8's in racing and like all the exact. That's the ad guy talking. That's the DON draper. Yeah and then all the executives get like nervous because they've already told them they don't want to mention that okay they don't want yeah bring it up. They're like Oh God what's this Guy Doing? And then he pulls the reveal because the only race rambler cares about is the human race. Oh Yeah I love it. I love it. I was there for a SEC. I give give my take on it. Sure I'd love to hear I think it's more of just like a joker k. Who why don't we enter high performance or have their vehicles in racing because because the only race rambler cares about is the human race..
"georges" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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"You to jump through hoops. And that's where we got to the dynamically generated part right the ability to leverage commonalities between containers. This to me is is an interesting subject because especially when you when you talk. Start to talk about like service functionality because with service. I don't know if you've looked into this very much. But like there's this cold start problem. Where if I want to have if I wanted to play in? Aws Lambda or Reno Google cloud function or whatever your service but they all have this issue. Where if I want to execute my application on demand I need to load all the context? I including any programming languages that this thing is going to need to execute and then if you have infrastructure that is basically warmed up in the sense that you have have like a JVM running or a Java script V8 running and it's already loaded on the node then you you save a lot of the startup time so all you have to do is throw your custom application onto the node that's already been pre warmed with the right virtual machine infrastructure. WHATEVER IS GONNA execute a lot faster and so that can improve the functionality of the functions of service things on the other hand then you start to lose some of the the isolation benefits right so any reflections on that trade off? So I think it's hard to know when you're making a programming language. Exactly ackley which dog going want us and so what we try to do is serve reduce the friction for being able to make that choice because you know which one is the right one at us. You know maybe different depending on on what you're doing. So ideally you're not having that choice purely because of limitations in the tool change that you're using right and so as as you say doing something like having a hot star based on recycling. JVM.
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"And basically doing better and better could generation in order to make those run really really quickly and so yeah that is one of the things that his men you have something that starts off in a reasonable amount of time but then over time. The performance improves news. As you're actually running okay so basically the the next step then is to say okay will. That's great but I'm always running this application in the same environment. Maybe there's something that I can do. That changes the balance a little bit so that I don't mean to do all of that work on start up every single time but instead I can start it up a little bit more quickly and actually get to the warmed up state more quickly and so the first step that we had there was class data sharing of the things is that are in the JDK itself and then sort of the next level is doing that including your application as well right and so basically what does ends up doing is taking a bunch of work. Once you're codes have gotten hot and a bunch of optimization has been done and figuring out how to take a lot of that data that Meta data and basically creating a shared library that can just be reloaded. And then you know when you're starting up rather than having to generate it each talk. Can you give an example of what kinds of Meta data sharing between classes can occur. You know there's just all all all kinds of stuff that can be in there basically. If you sort of think that you know a class in and of itself doesn't really know that much.
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"The ability to know that you're writing code. That's not going to immediately be no good and have to a lot of change hat. Yeah which is one of the reasons why we care as much as we do about now ability and making sure that the changes that we introduce these feature releases ten for the most part to be additive additives right so we add new capabilities to language. We add new. API's room very very careful about cases where might want remove something and tend to try to make sure that people are are an advance right. So we'll do something like deprecation. I think we still have things in the JD. K that have been indicated since like nineteen ninety seven. But we've actually tried to get better about you know deprecating things than marching them as deprecated for removal which which indicates win. They're going to go away and then actually making good on that because at some level you do have to make sure that your uprooting the garden a little bit so that you can have in new healthy rose right and so we try to be careful that there are also other interesting aspects. You get so as an example when you're evolving the language itself if you're doing something like adding a new keyword for example you have to be careful of collisions right. If you all of a sudden out a new keyword there may be existing code hoed out there that actually uses that keyword as something else like a method so one of the things that we tend to do there is try hi to look at some of the great resources out there in terms of code and do analysis of this change. What would happen so you know? We'll sort of tested against all the Coda maven central or something like that right just to give you an idea in order to make sure that we're doing as little harmless possible in the efforts trying to improve things for for people it can be kind of fun to go back through things that have been deprecated like things that were deprecated long ago and just get a little bit of an assessment of what didn't work and I remember doing this a little bit in college just a brick reading comments about hot new ideas and the programming language world like particularly the Java world. And it's just like oh we'll and then it didn't work out and it's just like products like Google sunsets products all the time. Hi and it turns out that programming languages do the same thing. Yeah that's true. I think some of that also comes with style right like if you looked fifteen years ago like you wanted to long on Xml and maybe today not so much. Maybe they're still tons of. Oh yeah yeah that's right. I mean this podcast is going to be redistributed over. RSS WHICH HAS XML. There you go so yeah yeah I I think this is true. They're definitely trends. That occur her in programming language circles. And you know what we try to do is not lurch too much back and forth to the new hot thing but really sort of try to understand stands where there are things that are going to be long term persistent that actually bring value to people and then take a step back and go okay. We'll what can we do to support that and sometimes it something like putting directly a particular library of sport sometimes it's actually finding something underlying in. JVM implementation that can support other people making those kinds of libraries. And so we try to be pretty conscious of that. I think Jonah Win. It originally came along was attractive for many people because it did have a large and extensive standard library on the other hand. We've always tried to make sure that we weren't trying to make the library. So broad that it gave people in the eco-system no room for innovation and and producing things themselves which is a hard balance to achieve right. Cruise.
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"Different styles on average collection. That actually work well or in some cases get out of the way entirely for this country workloads and and I think one way in which Java is updating itself to remain highly relevant is this increased east release frequency so back when I was a software engineer when I actually like road applications instead of just podcasting about it. I think literally every every company that I worked at a which was a Java shop which was four out of five companies that I worked at in in the duration of my career. Maybe five out of six. Each of them had had like I think it was Java Seven Java eight and nine or something dislike different tiers of the architecture that were on different versions of Java and in just getting it updated was a huge struggle getting a uniform homogeneous Java like and it was always an issue issue and get up just like an issue with you know an endless amount of comments like okay like update to seven. It's just a really long. Nobody can you never finish it. And I think part of the reason for that is because the release cycle was so long and there were so much in each Java release. Am I painting being an accurate picture of the state of Enterprise Java and and the motivation for getting to a more frequent release cycle. Yeah I mean I think you're absolutely right. That part of the problem with those long release cycles is they would happen so infrequently that everyone knew would be a big effort and so you would tend just sort of put it off and then it kind of snowballs and then the same thing is true for the contents of the releases right because the releases were so long in between there is sort of a a great desire. I mean everyone who's working on. JDK wants to get good features in and make things better for developers. But what ends up happening is you got lots. And lots and lots of features in and so the cumulative.
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"In many cases they age out so I assume there was a time when small talk was more widely used in industry. I know cobol was widely widely used for Tran was widely used. I mean these applications are still around but the programming language. Mindshare of those languages has decreased crease over time. And that's just that's just the nature of Technology Java. I feel is in the process of crossing crossing the chasm from one age to another and it seems like it is doing so successfully so like we talked about the past architectural pressures for what you would want out of your Java Infrastructure and how that has sort of changed where you maybe want smaller application components you want to deploy them two containers and that just creates different desires out of. Maybe what you want out of a garbage collector collector or what you want out of a framework maybe the UC's sprang needing to change you know going to spring boot in spring boot being an easier way to spin up some mm cheap and smaller or lighter weight boilerplate applications so as we get into talking about kind of incremental changes into Java Thirteen gene before we get into the incremental changes. Give me a long range view for where Java needs to go in order to remain a A durable widely used programming language. Yeah so I'd say that I agree with you in terms of there being sort of changes happening in the industry and requiring attention from programming language Alpers to make sure that we're doing the things that are going to help language language make the transition and help users language make the transition to new styles of creating applications and new architectures that won't run for or uh US you know. Interestingly too loud has really taken a few things that have been themes that we thought about for a number of years and really Rochman very very quickly. For example for many years the focus in Java design intimidation was around thinking about how to make very long running workloads with very very large data sets are very large heaps run really really well and really quickly and for the cloud. We're seeing actually two very interesting trends and these are in some ways somewhat at conflict conflict or divergent but in some ways in some ways not so to be very concrete. Many of the things that we did years ago for long running large memory kinds of workloads are actually still around today for things like machine learning right when you have giant data sets that.
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"To get that free t shirt George. Saab welcome to Software Virginia daily. Thanks Jeff it's great to be here today. We're talking about Java and specifically Java Thirteen and I wanna start with some contextual discussion so we have cloud infrastructure these days and cloud infrastructures had a lot of downstream effects on software development. How has the cloud impacted acted programming language? Choices from your point of view. Well I think that one of the things that we see whenever there's kind of a new environment or situation where people want to use the programming language it can drive the requirements that you have so in a win. We look at what people are doing. In the cloud in many ways the cloud itself is not a different Trent Lott ways that people use the cloud tend to make different things important so as an example way that people want to use containers as a way of deploying things to cloud means that we need to make sure that our run time and language support running in a container really well and and you know some transact changes to language itself more often or or usually the first thing that you tend to see is that will lead to different different things in the implementation so just as an example the way that docker works with Lenox in order to let a runtime know what resources are available bull to it is slightly different from the traditional way that was done if you were just running Lennox directly on your desktop and so that's the kind of thing where the implementation of run time needs to be aware of this changes and make sure that it's doing things in the right way. You mentioned containerisation there. Can you drill into that. A little bit. Further how. The popularity of containerization affected the usage of programming language. And maybe if you could address Java specifically and how containerization is affected Java. Well well you know just. As an example the way that people tended to use Java a decade ago was big server and then they would run an application served on that and typically. You know the assumption was that your application server had full control of the server. You're running on. And it was probably the only thing running there and so that would tend to lead the run time to want to be fairly aggressive with its use of the resources on the underlying harborne operating operating system basically making the assumption that nothing else is there. It didn't need to worry as much about releasing memory quickly to the operating system or taking advantage of course that were available hardware or other things like that whereas running in docker containers basically if you continue to use is the same Lennox system calls. You would not be aware of the fact that you're now actually sharing not or no lying hardware with a bunch of other containers that are are out there and so you need to be a much better citizen and not take more resources than you're currently making you solve and the way that translates is two different underlying Paul's in order to ask. I think what you're describing. Is the noisy neighbor problem effectively. Where in a multi multi tenant system? You have all the different tenants all the different applications. That are running on a single host. They are are competing for resources. There are ways that they could share resources or or make use of shared infrastructure. But if if they're not really aware of each other or if the host is not really trying to make use of potential commonalities between those applications. Then it's going to be a battle for resources. Among these different applications that can just create a different infrastructure environment than perhaps perhaps a host with a single application running I or even a vm. With a single application running on it whereas today you can now have like a VM With multiple containers or host with just a ton of containers. Yeah that's that's certainly true and it's also a question of these scale at which that's done or Out what level in the architecture. That's done so as an example with Java ee APP servers in a decade ago. That problem still occurred but it was occurring within in the JVM itself you know whereas with docker containers and so on now what people tend to be doing is having a different level of isolation and you know having each one of those containers probably have. Moore's receivable purpose and using the container technology in order to be able to slip things up between different services. You've worked on Java for almost a decade. How was the Java ecosystem different when you started so? I've actually been working on Java in the mid nineties. I was on the job team at Sun in the very early days more than two decades. Yeah it's Kinda crazy you know how along iron and actually many of the team members are sure Long long-term folks that have been working on Daba for quite a while. I think that dance lessons specifically in the last decade decade is a real speed up in how quickly things are happening and how quickly we need to be able to put in a new features and capabilities in people's hands and so we basically took ten years ago and said Hey WanNa make sure that Java is hoisted be able to deliver things to people more quickly the pace at which we deliver new versions of Java twenty five years ago was kind of appropriate for the way that people offer development that you know more and more. We're seeing that people are picking up technologies quickly. They're adopting the style style of programming architecture that they're using and they want to see that the tools languages that are using are able to keep Mesa without rate of change and so a decade ago. Week you decided we were going to look at a sort of longer term effort to move to having new releases that what happened in a more frequently than the sort of two to three to forty or pace that that job I had been on traditionally and took a little while to get that set up it. It wasn't something that we could change overnight but basically we were able to successfully new to that model from the release of John Nine a couple years ago and so since. Then we've I've been keeping pace of a new release Java every six months so we'll get into that increased release frequency in more context around that and as well. What was the specific improvements in Java thirteen? I want to continue this discussion of the broader ecosystem. So if you've been tracking programming languages for the last twenty years you've seen the rise of Java script you've seen the rise of Ruby on the back end. You've seen some people using go and perhaps Rust Java continues to truck on and there are plenty of gigantic successful applications that use Java. Is there a specific type of application that Java caters eaters to today that the job is the best four or is it just something about the duration of the ecosystem the maturity of the ecosystem. What what is it specifically about Java that makes certain applications a good fit for Java now so it's an interesting question? That's certainly something that I've looked at and you've asked people in the ACA system. What their thoughts are on it? I think that in many ways the fact that Java existed so many places and is just a really a good and solid tool for many different kinds of applications has led to this sort of virtuous circle. Right where the fact that is good for so many things means it's break for people people to invest in and learn about Mac that they have invested. Learn about it as that that they've created just a wonderful set of libraries and frameworks and other things that give people a lot. aww choice it means that employers have a lot of people Jews from Incan find a lot of talent and the other way round that you know people who want to learn some technology allergy. That's going to help me get get hired and become key for their employer. It's a pretty good choice so I think that when I look at the kinds of applications people running. Thank you know many people that I speak with come to me. You know specifically through the area that they're involved in so you know they got and say well. I'm working on server side it applications on Java on traditional jolly servers and so they'll have one set of perspectives. But I also get people who are coming and doing embedded Java the running Java on small devices or people who are working with Java card. There's just you know a very very wide range of things out there and you know one thing that's common. When is most of these? People are very passionate about their language choices and they all have suggestions of you know what we need to do to make job better but you know generally one of the things that they tell tell me. Is that our dedication over the years to making sure that that evolution that we're doing a Java is not just haphazard but is very thoughtful the article and while we're doing evolution we also take care to make sure that we're bringing everyone along and.
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"Java has been popular since the nineties when it started to be used as a programming language for enterprises today Java is still widely deployed but the infrastructure for structure environment is dramatically different Java is often deployed two containers in the cloud if those containers can share resources then those containers owners can share the same underlying Java infrastructure. Java thirteen is the most recent public release of Java the new features in Java thirteen reflect the changing demands of modern application developers. George Saab is an engineer with Oracle who has been working on Java for more than a decade he joins the show to discuss how Java development patterns are changing and how the language is evolving to accommodate those changes including discussions of garbage garbage collection dynamic application class data sharing and other technical subjects. I WANNA now. We're hiring a content writer. Were also hiring an operations lead. Both of these are part time positions working closely with myself and Erica. If you are somebody interested in writing content about software engineering or if you're interested in helping us with operations both of these roles are fairly technical. You will learn more about software engineering. You do not need to be software engineer. You do not need to have a degree in anything related to software engineering but we would love to Talk to people who are interested in the podcast who liked the podcast. Send me an email. Jeff at Software Engineering daily Dot Com. Also we're going to be at AWS. Reinvent Las Vegas this week and we're planning meet up at reinvent. That meet up is going to be Wednesday December fourth which which is in contrast to the date we previously announced and you can see the announcement in the show notes for this episode. You can see the link and you can grab an RSVP. I would love to see you there. Today's sponsor.
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