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Coronavirus Means a Joe Biden Inauguration Could Look Very Different

John Batchelor

03:34 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus Means a Joe Biden Inauguration Could Look Very Different

"Bill Whalen. The Hoover Institution is the host of area 45 the podcast with his colleagues and also The Goodfellows his conversation with three of his colleagues, Mr Cochran, especially observing the economics of the present moment that is the need to get back to the economy at the same time, the need to deal with what appears to be a second wave. Of the virus. So we turned to Bill's most recent column at Forbes magazine entertaining how the presumptive president elect Mr Biden can approach his possibilities these next months. Bill Very good, even to the first suggestion is the most striking to me because it's doable. But at the same time why you want an untraditional indoor inaugural? What will that look like? And why does good evening to you? Good evening. John. Part of this is on being very cautious about the health of the president who's we know will turn 78 in a couple of weeks, and I don't think we would call unnecessarily hardly a robust I think he is sort of frail and fragile if you will, son. Just not sure that being out in the January cold of Washington for a long period of time is a good idea. John. There's the president here. It's usually with second term presidents their re inauguration strong when they take the oath of office inside the White House, sometimes too much from Laura Chemo. I just think that bike might want to consider not doing the pomp and ceremony, the West side of the Capitol for two reasons. One is health. A second one. John is it's called Coben. It's the pandemic. Um it's a very funny thing. If Donald Trump were being read, non dread indeed. Here, the worst spreader affect my God, You can't have 200,000 people on the ball. Think of all the Kobe You won't hear this about the Biden inaugural, but it's a reality putting 200,000 people together. I see a lot of the multi Mary masks. It's a health hazard. So by me, maybe in sending a very strong coded message could say that you know we're going to do things differently. I'll take the open. So the White House We won't have the big grand rally out on the mall that you have. We won't have a parade because times are talking instead of coming to Washington in celebrating and just spending money on your own good fortune to a day of service gives the money to charity and be an interesting way to set the tone person. In other words, no one will never see the light of the sun. But no, no, I I Kel, no ball dancing, right? No. No stepping out visiting all five. As I recall. I remember the Clinton inauguration of 1990 free where Mr Clinton visited all the simultaneous Suarez all over town. It would show up and my memory is that he played the saxophone. That might be wrong. I might have transposed the events. But in any event that is the ceremony to celebrate the new The new administration. And you're recommending that Mr Biden follow the recommendations of science right Bill. That's what a spreader event is and do none of that. And yet Here's the Here's the contradiction these last days in celebrating Mr Biden's victory. His supporters have done spreader events and I do not believe he's chastised him. No, he has the Jonah. That's gonna be the challenge for him in its first two months in office. We want to think that everything is the war is over. Because now as a vaccine that is has 90% effective, but no things go home. We're gonna have another wave of covert here throughout the winter. It's going to be difficult and from one way we know we can contain it released tryingto control a situation is to keep from having a spread offense and the inaugural The festivities. Things we just mentioned. Those are by definition spreader of

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Oscars Best Picture Contenders Required to Meet Diversity Standards

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

06:01 min | 11 months ago

Oscars Best Picture Contenders Required to Meet Diversity Standards

"Since we're gonna talk about since we're going to talk about movies, this movie debuted 40 years ago. I don't not sure never won any Oscars. We can talk about a different kind of odds. And that is the odds that will be in your favor when you exhibit Perhaps the greatest comedy motion picture of all time. This is going to make it look like Raiders of the Lost Ark. This is gonna be the kind of thing that your Children because they did. I could look up to you now. I never could before. I mean, we made a lot of cheap movies for you guys that made a lot of money. But now we have spent a little more than we're supposed to. Columbia Pictures has spared no expense to make this fine science fiction comedy So they're talking about is that's Dan Ackroyd and Bill Murray talking about ghost workers that they put that out to theaters to convince them to show the movie it was. It was something they set out to particularly independent theaters saying, Hey, this is Ah, a little something you might want to consider it your little Arthouse cinema. Now you had one guy was one of the Ghostbusters was a black guy. So there okay. Winston was black. And and then one day I was Jewish. I believe Well, Rick Moranis was in the movies, but I don't think I guess later on. He was kind of an ancillary ghostbuster, the Reynolds Jewish Council's a minority. For some reason. Reason this is important is and I'm reading for The Times. New Oscar standards require best picture contenders must be inclusive to compete if you wanna win. The Oscar for best picture, and I Do You have tohave you meet need to meet certain quotas to do it, Which is the way all great art is made. Certainly we all know Novels, songs movies television shows on the best artist made with quotas. So they came up with this a couple of months ago. This is AH attempt to be more divers to be eligible for best picture of film must meet at least two standards on across four categories of diversity on screen representation. Themes and narratives. So the theme of the movie has to be inclusive of a variety of groups. And it's under representative groups, including women, People of color LGBTQ, plus people and those with cognitive or physical disabilities. You have to touch on at least some of those not only in the cast and they're talking about the main cast. Um I'll read from what it says in The New York Times those standards record, one of the least one of the lead actors were significant supporting actors is from unrepresented, underrepresented racial or ethnic group. One of the lead actors are significant supporting actor. So in that group of people that the movie is all about, you can't have if it's World War, one movie a bunch of white guys, No. No. You gotta have. I don't know, eh? A black guy funded through the trench er. At least Marriott cheap and at least 30 books. They've sent a mariachi band with clearly Mexican people to entertain the troops. Shut them up, or we're going to be bombed by the Germans. Then the mariachis district and you never see them again. Ugo. There's your Oscar bait. Joe Getty Hollywood Quota consultant from No problem I got this. You gotta touch in coming of age story sitting in Norwegian filming Fishing Village, a 16 year old boy and girl and love trying to confront their Nazi past. Let's see. Let's have the Globetrotters come to town and play an exhibition game And on one of the dates they go See the Globetrotters check. $100,000 at least 30% of all actors in secondary in minor roles air from certain underrepresented groups and the main Jenny called the Globetrotters again, and the main storyline, theme or narrative of the movie has to be centred on an under representative group to qualify for a best picture Oscar nomination, And they went through the list of a bunch of movies that might not have made it that have one. You know lots of Oscars, including 1917, the World War. In film or the Irishman that came out last year and was a piece of crap, But in very was a great movie. It was bad, but it was long. I just I just Go and find this. Absolutely amazing. Yeah, on this is from liberals. People who think art is important people who send their kids to expensive colleges to get our degrees. They want to have constraints on art. The Liberals do? Yeah. Yeah, quotas. Good luck with that. My loathing of Hollywood. Well, it could get a little more intense as it turns out, but just If if if it didn't Indicate what James Lindsay has been talking about that this is coming on hard in society as a whole. I could just roll my eyes and move on said Good, Eat yourselves. You're cannibalizing yourselves, And I think it's hilarious. But it does mean that that sort of racialist thinking where everything is broken down to your identity group. You could only get a job if you're this or you can only be fired. If you're not that, or You know, you can only move into a neighborhood. We have quotas and neighborhoods quotas that everything that's dangerous. Is there any chance that any of the older liberals because always talking about the liberals over 50 seem to have a different view of these things? Like a Rob Reiner makes a movie with like what you're talking about here, man. Just those Like, really stick his thumb in the eye of the O R. You got something, you know, three hour long Goodfellow State movie, and then then you turns out Henry Hill's wife, at the end of it says Not only am I leaving you but I'm a lesbian check. We're down here getting a Hollywood quota consultant further preceding three hours. She's been a lesbian. You just didn't know that was your biases. There you go

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Conversations

"A Win bought a few books and occasionally owns most striking a poem that I enjoyed. But the thing that really came to be was the fact that the poems will was rating with free verse poetry and not running this poetry and I thought if I'm going to get published and there's no point in me riding and his only be published. Start writing this free verse poetry. I. Attempted that in on in eighty four. And I can remember riding twenty four jobs, Poem Code, June. Hurdle Square but after seeing the poem in in print. I can rotten more. So the stuff in a winton. By Nineteen ninety-six released my book, no callers, no cuffs which went through nine printings, which makes it. A pretty pretty good seller. You know as you telling me this the fullest to me, you'll the in Malley that the angry penguins were looking for the working class guy who puts put downs tools and starts to write. Poetry and that was the that was plight on Harris Penguins. Yeah but you're the real thing. That we're looking for, but some decades to light for them. If dig. So when you when you begin to write poetry, I'm kissing you have to write I don't know one hundred poems before you actually find your voice really find your voice. Was it like a fugitive on an think? So I think that? Once. So go onto it in in eighty four at first poem I think that I found the recipe. And had something to say I mean you can't raw poetry and least you'd go Sunday the site important to have something to say. Something to reveal as well. Yet what people want to know your secrets, I mean, that is the the secret I think of putting out a good book revealing the date part that peps most people don't want to talk about publicly. people like seeing a bit of duty washing hang on the lawn. Along. Because I recognise they ryan hanging nick exactly. Exactly. Yeah and that's why because the they recognize the truth of it then. Took your poetry as I said before into private schools and to Giles with people winning to he what you had to say in an Giang for example, diesel as ten percent of the population that will be willing to listen to you a Gile and people that aren't there for a short period on people that are there for big whack of dawn blogs got fifteen years or seven years or twenty years to will be declined base. That you'll build up in a jail because people get sick again to see them their families. WE'LL GONNA say them for twelve months maybe right in months but then they drop off and then there's any God to visit them. You know and most of them don't want to see God. They don't want to see their religious practitioners that are going in there and you know giving away Gideon's Bibles Dana to have conversation with people that That understand the coaching but outside of the culture..

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Conversations

"Did you dead pass away? Jeff ten years ago now. He was. A very interesting character very complex man. He was extremely talented technical and scientific glass blow. But he came from the Second World War with post traumatic stress disorder or what would be diagnosed today as post traumatic stress disorder. And he was a big drinker and he was little didn't take alcohol too. Well, he was always Medicaid of BIS retinal that was floating around these skull had a mighty Mary Blake. So he was taking medication for epilepsy and drinking heavy. He could be hoddle demand to deal with. He was a right of Brooke wasn't Jay was yeah. Yeah and he had shrapnel embedded in his in his head and he skull yes and you could could feel various times when we were kids, we'd sit around the kitchen table needs say cup this and pull the slave up and they the bitter shrapnel napping his arm and and he's I. Feel that that's been a shrimp. Anyway, the next morning, the stitches down his head to. Take it out in and Phillies beat up scum cop that COP that. That they out tonight. What was it like for you to touch to touch? Your Dad's head. Yeah. Well, we thought it was quite normal as you grow up in the inner northern suburbs ventilated is days. You know there was a bus every hour and a half. If you wanted to move out of this suburb, you know it was dirt roads now and went anywhere we. We had no cash. So we went mobile home and stayed in the street you lived in the street you played in the street. I, thought the madness that surround with as a child with. Straight. At it wasn't until all I was probably around about twelve years of age all start to wake up that there were other suburbs where people didn't leave that hadn't been to the war and were quite sign and live quite normal lives and it really made me aware of the fact that if there is a war I won't be putting my hand up. When he had one of his righteous he's alcohol and feed right? If he's righteous, we called upon to try and Commun- more hold him down. Jay. And used to I'm up toys, hands together. He's pants together behind his back toys ankles together, and then I'd toys ankles to his to his risks and. Often gag him to shot him up to what were these epileptic fits or just alcoholic right Alcoholic rages he'd come home and likely to smash the House to paces you know. Wipe out the crowd cree..

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Malicious Life

"Ian goodfellow looks like a nerd. Really if you give an A. I. S. thousand pictures of NERDS and asked it to generate a new image of a nerd. It would probably draw IAN goodfellow. He is bespectacled thin. He has a peculiar goatee beard and the haircut that looks as if someone turned the cooking pot over his his head and cut whatever comes out of the sites as an undergraduate at Stanford University goodfellow initially majored in chemistry the and biology but wasn't very good realizing that he was not destined to become a great chemist he switched to computer science and a A. This turned out to be very good decision. Thanks in part to the fact that one of his hobbies was creating computer games and the GP use- was used in computer games are at the same processes used in a also. goodfellow had the good fortune to study under two of the most prominent prominent researchers of the past few decades Andrew Nag and Joshua Benjamin spotify's master's and doctoral studies goodfellow goodfellow was exposed to a variety of existing methods to use neural networks to create new information so called generative models and the advantages and disadvantages of each of these models. One evening in two thousand fourteen goodfellow was sitting in a pub with a friend rent talking about the different generative models and their problems. During the conversation goodfellow came up with an idea what would happen. He wondered if we let the neural network learn by playing a game in particular game against rival neural network one network will generate new fake information for example an image of a human face and the other will try to detect whether the image presented to it is one of a real person or fake image created by its rival goodfellow wondered if it would be possible to train generative network to create compelling images of human faces this way in much the same way that a chess player can learn to play better by playing against challenging opponents. The idea of learning and improving while playing a game between two opposing parties is is not a new idea. Of course almost every human sport is based on this principle from chess to basketball computer. Science has has seen several successful applications of this principle in the past for instance author Samuel a computer science by near in the late nineteen fifties created a program that learned to play checkers by playing against another copy of itself the thing is training neural networks. Rex is not as easy as it sounds. It's a task that requires a lot of knowledge and expertise and these no less an art form than engineering. Good fellows idea required training not one network but to simultaneously was possible goodfellow thought so and that very evening after he returned home from the pub he sat down in front of his computer and in less than an hour created. What another pioneer of artificial intelligence? Yon Luke Kuhn called quote the coolest idea in machine learning in the last twenty years ears unquote this idea. Now known as generative at research networks or gun for short cut the world of AI by storm and cut the pulled in goodfellow than only in his early thirty s into a stardom good fellows paper became one of the most cited papers of recent years in computer science. He's keynote speaker. At international conferences and held prestigious research trolls at both Google and apple that stake deep dive into gun and see how it works under the hood. I will describe the system that produces images of human faces but in principle gun is suited for a wide variety of domains such as videos speech speech samples and more so gun system consists of two neural networks each with a defined role one is the generative network work namely the network that generates new information and the other is the discriminatory network. Let's start with the generative network. I took the first step is to train the generative network by itself separately from the discriminatory network this initial training phase as is important to bring the generative network to basic performance level otherwise the generative network will produce gibberish. Think about it this way. If our goal is to create the world's best currency counterfeiter. It will be silly to start with a counterfeiter so so novice. He never actually saw banknote with his own is a goal is to have the generative network learned the basic features that define a human face and crucially the hidden connections between these features where the eyes are in relation to the rest the face. What is the relationship between knows with and lip thickness what makes a face feminine or masculine and so on in in other words? We don't want our nul network to memorize the faces. It is given like a student. Might memorize the answers to all of the questions in Ed Textbook. We want it to be able to generalize from the patterns detects so that it can subsequently create new and different faces based based on what it learned once. We're done we lead generating network training phase we train that discriminatory network the network. Whose Job Bob will be to spot the fakes created by the generative network? And for much the same reasons where creating the equivalent of a police lists investigator that will be adversary of the counterfeiter and a week. Adversary won't help US improve our counterfeiter. Now it is time to connect the two networks we take the output of the generative network and connected to the input of the discriminatory every network in addition will connect one more input to the discriminatory network one that feed it images of real faces the discriminatory networks job will be to distinguish between their real and fake pictures produced by the generative network in our analogy. Oh Gee that police investigator will be handed. A pair of banknotes one real and one fake and his purpose will be to pointed one. And say say this is fake or this is real now we can start the actual game for the generative network to generate a fake image. We must I feed some random number sometimes referred to as a seed this seed acts as a writing. Prompt opt it is the base upon which the generative network can build a new and unique face based on the knowledge it has gained about the hidden connections between the various parts of a face. We now passed these newly created image to the discriminatory network along with the real image in. Its other input. The discriminatory network will examine the images and grade them. According to how likely it thinks each one is fake or real if the discriminatory network was right and spotted the fake image then generative network did not do a good enough job. Maybe the nose in the picture wasn't exactly in the right place or the shape of the eyebrows didn't match the V position of the is the gun system will modify the pattern of connections in the generative network to improve it and try again with a freshly generated face if the discriminatory network was wrong and mistook the fake image for a really image. Then this means it was not good enough detecting fakes. And so the gun system will modify its newer connections to improve the discriminatory. We Sat. This game will continue for many thousands of rounds. Until hopefully the generative network improves so so much that Discriminatory network can only detect the fake images fifty percent of the time I e a virtual coin toss from a practical perspective. This means that are counterfeiter is now so good at producing fake bills. That even the best police investigator has no more chance at sailing than from real bank notes. Then three year old guessing the notes at random. Now that the training is over we can quote unquote take apart are gone system and extract the generative network. Remember member that the actual goal system is to train the generative network to be as good as possible. Our virtual investigator exists in the game. Only to serve as the worthy opponent to the counterfeiter once the game is over this discriminatory network is no longer needed. Gun has one significant advantage over any other method. It is unsupervised in the sense that there's no no need for a human to label images as real or fake. Since the system as we describe it can p care that classification on on its own this fully matic and unsupervised operation. Save the huge amount of time and effort for the designers who would you'd otherwise have to manually label each image and yet it works in his original two thousand fourteen paper. Ian goodfellow demonstrated fake images of human faces created by his innovative system that we're significantly better than any created by and you'll network up to that point..

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How to Become a Machine Learning Expert

Learning Machines 101

09:52 min | 1 year ago

How to Become a Machine Learning Expert

"Software development environments toolkits that are readily available any of these tools are available for free a list of some of the most important software development environments in toolkits is provided in the show notes in this episode just to wet your appetite I briefly listen again right now software development environments for machine learning include one Matlab Software Development Environment not free our studio software development environment free Julia programming the topics of lower division linear Atra and upper division hockey space probability theory so once you've obtained some background in Linear Algebra and Calculus I probably theory you are now ready to move into the following intermediate level machine learning textbooks my current three favorite machine learning text books which I frequently used for reference purposes are the following text books had in recognition and machine learning by bishop the element a statistical learning by hasty Tishreen and Friedman deep learning by goodfellow Banjo and Cordell actually author if these books are available for free on the web and I provide hyper links in the show notes to help you find the free versions of these books note that these books do required some math background in order for you to understand them but the math background is relatively minor assuming you have taken equivalent of a lower division linear Algebra an upper division the space probability theory course then you should have no difficulty understanding the basic ideas of topics covered in these books although you may have difficulty understanding sections of these books and you may not perceive the nuances and technical details which are tersely mentioned in these books this is fine if you can get the basic ideas of approximately sixty percent of the material in one of these intermediate level books you'll be in good shape do not try for one hundred percent so mastery of about sixty percent of the material in the books by bishop hasty good bill and in addition obtaining at least one or two years of machine learning them development and evaluation experience using real world data moves you to the intermediate level if you understand most of the basic ideas in this in these intermediate level machine learning books and have at least five years of experience and machine learning software algorithm development and evaluation you may consider yourself to be an expert in machine thing note that the field of machine learning is so broad that these days every expert machine learning we'll have deep knowledge in some areas yet shallow knowledge and other areas to become an expert in machine learning you should acquire deep knowledge in at least several areas and machine learning suppose however you want to be become an elite expert machine learning then you'll need to further increase your expertise in machine

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"The only thing that beats Goodfellow like behavior is a good old fashioned the other guy folders gets it in the chop. Yeah. Folded up Jack, and he was gonna lose. He the other guy. Laser is not sleeveless tough guy thing with this whole on. This was some tough guys. They do this. They act real calm and all we're gonna do. All right minute. No, send them more. Let's do this Louis train. Another form of being big people that wanna fight just start punching you in the fucking mouth all the other ship. Anything else is dance. And it's all them trying to avoid fight or whether it's the big tough guy should young pottery. If you wanna fight you just you're you're gonna fucking. Just everything you do a bitch. Nobody. I mean, look. The reality is like there's no such thing as an almost fight. I'm also guy that just swings on a you're right. You're kind of right because they're the guys who they don't do any of that shit. They will just fucking and start punching you. Yeah. And I'm not really that guy. I was sort of taught like don't throw the first punch. You know? It's so stupid. It was like a real always I put that guy down here there if it's happening if you're gonna fight that's a good idea. Yeah. If you can avoid the fight it's probably smarter to avoid it. But if you're going to fight you don't wanna be what what I never understood you see this online all the time. When people get fucked up is the standing nose to nose talking shit with someone and I I never, and then it's just whoever throws the first knocks the guy just said is like neither of them really wanna fight. We wanted to we would have stories like almost fuck this guy up. It's like just fucking up. Five people always take the perspective. That is funny when someone is trying to talk shit close and like because I've when you see videos when got to keep in the bay with your hand, it looked so much more like, I don't want you. But it really is just like, I don't know that close is more safe keeping. Get stretched out. Isn't enough. That's gotta be either. Like closer every giving him the mesh. That's cat Zone. zone. But usually when you put someone like if someone gets this close to you push them away. They're going to be out or in. Right. But if you're if you're right here, and you're on some the side, it's not like they're going to hook off on you. Nothing can happen. You're too close for that kind of business. Seventh grade you stand nose to nose with another kid. Neither of you want to fight and they will give. Through what happened is somebody behind? You would push you into the. Scrapping. Nobody wants to fight. But that's how every fight. The black wanted to fight me this fucking. I was no snow and this Brian Scholz. This get Brown was not a job she s at same spelling Brian was behind me, and this bitter. She's trying to hit me she grabbed my long hair at the time. She grabbed my hair on my. I'm not gonna fuck. So he pushed me into her. And then I was about and I turned around started hitting him 'cause I had to hit somebody. Sure gotta get it out. Yeah. But enough about last weekend..

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"goodfellow" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Industry veteran. Hey, Jim, welcome to these cigar. Dave show been awhile since we've had you on. Yes. It has day. Our you. I am. Well, just thinking about this. I think we've known each other. Now, I wanna say twenty three years going back to when you became the executive VP of sales and marketing for not only mass market cigars, but took on premium cigars, I think that was what like nineteen ninety eight is it was nineteen ninety exactly March. Yes. It'd be thirty one years. Wait, wait may twenty one years day twenty twenty two thousand nineteen. Hello. Keep the. Still running two thousand eighteen on my checks. It takes about two months to make that transition. You're exactly right. So it's going to be twenty one years and February February nineteen ninety eight. That's exactly right. And well, let's talk about your background because you were without Tatas for many years, but what was your first job out of college with Altadis? No. My first job. I had a college with General Foods, which is now grant food. That's like that's right crap. That's exactly right. So what did you do for craft? I I started off as a young salesman on the street. And it was general fluids not graph back, then, but I was in the food products of vegan, which was jell omitted rice and stuff like that. And I became a territory manager in ninety eight it within three years, and then I got a phone call from somebody said would you like to interview with consolidated cigar that was February of nineteen seventy four. Seventy four and consolidated cigar at that time was owned by Gulf and western which was a big conglomerate correct was owned by Gulf and western previously been on was a private company and Gulf and western border and in the late sixties days, and there are a bunch of General Foods people actually at the president, Alex brain that was a General Foods guy. John Goodfellow who is the senior vice president of sales and marketing was at General Foods guy, and I went for an interview and. I really wasn't very interested because I was an on smoker. All right, but they made it sound very appealing. And I think I've told you the stories that the last interview which was the third John Goodfellow who we got to be good friends over the years. Even after I left the company said to me, you know, you've been on three interviews and never once. Did you ask for a cigar? And I said, Well, I I don't smoke cigars. And he says, well, you work for a cigar company and not smoke cigars. I said, well, I'm gonna take you to this job with the other job interview inundated asked me to use their product. He said, what company would not ask you to use their product. I was Tampax. And so. You know, what I'll give you the job. And that's it. So it was either between that selling Tampax or cigars and cigar route and you've been in pretty much ever since Sam some one thousand nine hundred seventy four on. So what does that forty five years now? Right. And then. When it was consolidated cigar, the company was taken over it was purchased by Ron Perlman and THEO folds came in and you're already at the company by then correct? Well, let's put it this way. I left for a couple of years and then came back. All right. I I I love consolidate because they didn't like the way was heading and one Ron Perlman bought the company, the oh, foes was made cresent THEO Gabia, call and said, lots of people told me you might be interested in coming back as VP of sales. So that's how started and I came back after two and a half year, I eighties and. I never left the industry since then again until I basically retired in two thousand eleven from outfits, and I got to get to get back in and I started working on a couple of brands I was gonna make my own and had my own company. And then a couple of my buddy friends in retail business said, hey, we're thinking about starting a company would you run it? And I said, well, you guys want me to I consider it. And so basically, I took my brains that I was developing for myself and created a obscenity and then later on we created Simba kata with those brands. All right. So Sinica sorts in amalgamation of retailers that own syndicate correct right there. Forty five retail members and myself are the owners of the company. Gotcha. So that's very unique because you have retailers that basically got together and said, look, you know, we want to come up with some of our own brands, but the syndicate brands are sold at more than just forty five stores. They're sold to any retailer in the country. Correct there. Yes, we have more non non stockholders than we have, you know, then stock all we have Bobby about one hundred and fifty two hundred nine a members of syndicate in that that's going to grow because I told you a recently, we we've got gone into an arrangement with girka cigars. Okay. Which is now it's official now David's out the public that girka Salesforce is representing Sinn macabre cigars. As our Salesforce out there. Go ahead. I take it on that other position uh. So we this is the first time being announced I knew this earlier this week, but we can now make it official. Why don't you? Go ahead and make it official, Jim. Okay. So besides being the president and CEO of syndicator cigars, I've taking on the responsibility and the presidency into c o of girka cigars. Congratulations. So Kazadi, hence Odia who is running everything. He's now turning it over to you. And. Doc can still concentrate on the great packaging and all the other wizardry that he handles, right? Plus his other businesses would which was getting him basically in a little trouble because he couldn't do both. He couldn't do his other businesses that he's involved with and keep on top of the cigar business. So the day to day operations of the business into sales on the B and K is gonna is gonna be in charge of continuing to come up with great, packaging ideas. And and other things that he does work for us. So this is a cigar. Dave exclusive Jim Colucci just announced that girka is taking over the distribution of syndicate. Oh, and Jim Colucci has just been named president and COO of Gurkha cigar company. That is correct. I first announcement officially in the public on cigar, Dave radio. Well, congratulations. Jim. And you don't have a big learning curve because the nice thing is your office rescinded syndicator you were renting some space for girka. So it actually makes a very easy transition. You don't have to move very far. No. You make me. We'll take it for Jeb Dory about it. So when we come back, we will continue our conversation with the president of syndicate. Oh, and now also the president and chief operating officer of girka cigar? We'll talk about the syndicate will lineup when they started. They've got some swell. I got a whole bunch of cigars we featured in the officers club that have just gone through the charts. Their most recent addition to their portfolio, particularities absolute home run. We'll talk about around the corner..

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"We try to make sure that we're covering wide variety of options. And really when I started this, it was kind of a selfish venture. It was really way for me to find options that I like to talk about my experiences and I quickly learned that, you know, although there are a lot of people out there who are having the same kinds of problems that I was with finding clothes, they. From all sorts of different backgrounds and ethnicities and genders. And I really wanted to make sure that Trumpster was able to spotlight those. So something like tomboy x. where you know they're making, they're making some great clothing for people who don't always get get options. You know, they're not always able to find things that that work that are gender, neutral. So you know they're doing some great things. And I think there's some other brands out there that really focus on trying to give people who don't always get masculine clothing masculine options. So what other other brands you could turn her? So you know, there are a ton of different brands out there that are carrying extended size, clothing weather. They are promoting the fact that they do that or not. You know, target has Goodfellow and co, which is something they launched last year that carry sizes to five x. It's pretty afford. Dible and they have some other options ace Osas. Another one that launched plus is brand and they are doing a great job. I know that our readers love what they're putting together and it's fast fashion. One of the problems that we find is. Traditionally, when you are looking for plus size clothing or big and tall clothing in your finding it, it's expensive. You know, even go to big and tall shop and you're having to put out a lot of money to be able to get something that actually fits you that you may or may not be happy with. So for years, you know, our readers have been writing in and they've been asking for fast fashion and ace os is really the first brand to come around fast fashion just means that they are offering very affordable options. You know, the the clothes aren't..

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Tree falls on tent at Boy Scout camp in heavy rain, kills teen

News, Traffic and Weather

03:26 min | 3 years ago

Tree falls on tent at Boy Scout camp in heavy rain, kills teen

"Eight oh one sixty eight degrees i'll tell you if the morning clouds and fog will break in five minutes i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish ages westbound traffic jammed in east park west park place crash that had two right lanes blocked now working on the right shoulder all back open seventy eight westbound just west of brockett road smilin' mark mckay wsb must be news time eight to this is a land is morning news and here's marcy williams and veronica waters a fourteen year old from texas dies at a boy scout camp in newton county sheriff's investigator jeff alexander tells wsb he was taking shelter from a storm in his tenth victim and his tent mate were inside of ten in a tree did follow did cause the death as a fourteen year old campbell tent mate is not hurt lana area scout council says it's keeping the victim's family in its thoughts and prayers are we sit trend appears to show atv taking over streets of downtown atlanta and sp's michelle wright reports live many drivers are not at all happy about that's right veronica among those not thrilled todd craig who tells channel two action news he was writing down peachtree street sunday afternoon around five that's when a gang of two and four wheelers surrounded his cost group sort of executes their own rolling roadblocks they will just pull up their vehicle stop right in front of any moving car dare them to hit them he says one of those atv drivers kicked in his door and broke both israel view mirrors atlanta police say they don't like chasing the vehicles because they can go off road and cause more harm but they are valley to get them off of city streets reporting live michelle wright wsb wsb's top national story at eight oh three attorney general jeff sessions insists it is still zero tolerance at the border we refused to prosecute these adults for illegal entry as many of our critics want us to do that would be a disservice i think to the people of this country but the head of customs and border protection says for now they are not referring adult immigrants over four prosecution until the question of family housing is resolved watch better system would be to keep families together through their immigration proceedings that's what the obama administration didn't twenty fourteen that's what the president has asked congress to help us do now fort bliss and goodfellow air force base in texas are being pressed into service to house migrants i'm two thousand kids remain in the custody of the department of health and human services and wsb washington correspondent jamie dupree says the head of hhs may some uncomfortable questions today about their detention a hearing today on prescription drugs democrats are making it clear they will ask the health secretary about the separation of immigrant kids and parents florida senator bill nelson eventually we're gonna find out why were forcibly taken away as for immigration reform in congress house republicans are now planning a vote on wednesday but gop leaders still seem short on votes read more on jaime's blog wsbradiocom and that's where you can also find out more about jamie's new voice gripped by fear of a trade war the dow drops three hundred twenty eight points harley davidson moves production overseas to avoid retaliatory tariffs imposed by the eu managing through this is costly and it definitely can cost jobs abc's rebecca jarvis says the largest nail manufacturer in the us mid continental nail is laying off dozens and warns that it may be out of business by labor day because of the president's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum wbz news time eight we'll keep an eye on the stock market today futures have been fluttering back and forth over the zero markelle some hours positive some negative.

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U.S. chip stocks sink after new trade measures aimed at tech

The Michael Brown Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

U.S. chip stocks sink after new trade measures aimed at tech

"The dow's five hundred day trading street comes to an end today stocks tumble on fears over increasing trade tensions the dow falling three hundred twenty eight points tech stocks among the hardest hit that the administration would not allow chinese companies to invest in technology companies in the united states down semiconductor chip companies bank stocks all sold off across the board box nicole penalties at the new york stock exchange the nasdaq also sharply lower falling one hundred sixty points the snp losing thirty seven defense secretary jim mattis today confirming to us military bases will house migrants in the coming weeks fort bliss and goodfellow air force base both in texas will house up to twenty thousand illegal migrants from the southern border madison suggest the issue with reporters monday after visiting an air force base near fairbanks alaska providing housing shelter for those who you need is a legitimate governmental function this one i recognize the political aspects of it for us to tell logistic support effort located in el paso texas fort bliss sits a few miles from the border with mexico goodfellow air force base is located four hundred miles to the east lucas tomlinson and the pentagon the trump administration today saying that the reversal of its policy separating families who tried to enter the country illegally is only temporary last congress still has to step up they still have to do their job this will only last a short amount of time because we're going to run out of space we're going to run out of resources in order to keep people together and we're asking congress to provide those resources and do their job white house press secretary sarah sanders earlier today customs and border protection announced it has stopped referring cases involving children for prosecution fox news fair and balanced.

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Philippine leader sparks outrage by calling God "stupid"

24 Hour News

02:57 min | 3 years ago

Philippine leader sparks outrage by calling God "stupid"

"Minute protesters again today at the border patrol central processing station in mcallen texas florida senator bill nelson says his weekend visit to a detention facility in his state revealed a serious problem with reuniting families there is no plan this was obvious when i was there on saturday and talking with the workers their defense officials say the trump administration has chosen to texas military bases fort bliss and goodfellow air force base to house detained migrants one official says unaccompanied children would be sheltered at one of the bases while the other would house families family and friends say antoine rose junior deserves to be remembered as a caring young man and not just a hash tag the seventeen year old was fatally shot last week by police officer in east pittsburgh pennsylvania as he fled a traffic stop his funeral was held today i'm ben thomas the president of the philippines has sparked outrage by calling god stupid rodrigue do questions the biblical story of man's creation in a televised speech friday he asked why god created adam and eve only to allow them to succumb to temptation that destroyed their purity he said that was stupid the backlash has been strong and asia's largest catholic country political and religious leaders are calling for his removal even some of our tastes political allies were critical to tar taste spokesman defended his remarks saying the president has the right to express his opinion on religion and said do tardy has revealed that he was once sexually abused as a student by a priest the same sex marriage discrimination case in the supreme court's been handed back down to the appeals court a florist had refused to make an arrangement for two men getting married because she said it was against her religious beliefs that's the same issue the court confronted but ultimately passed over in the recent ruling in favor of a colorado baker who also objected to same sex marriage on religious grounds the court said in a colorado case that the colorado civil rights commission showed anti religious bias and that violated the baker's constitutional rights washington court so review the floors case for similar issues the detroit recording studio that help give birth to the motown sound is being sold for one point five million dollars wasn't too long ago that it was targeted for demolition it's where the marv johnson single come to me was recorded in may nineteen fifty nine it was the first for the tamla label which would eventually become berry gordy motown records are artists like aretha franklin and miles davis recorded at the studio with united sound systems closing in the mid two thousands and the city of detroit hoping to demolish it in two thousand thirteen to widen interstate ninety four the state backed off demolition plans and the studio was given an historic marker twenty seventeen following public criticism the properties now on the market with 'em live.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI

Talk Radio 570 KVI

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI

"Glasses of wine from my friend courtesy of the beverage manager herb farm mr bruce actor men and coming up next is joel vanden brink the ceo of seattle cider had that great gruner veld leaner which surprisingly had twenty two grams of residual sugar but it's all about the acidity this is something you pretend you made from natural heights fruits and next up you have a white wine for me to taste bruce well it's a white wine made from a red grape so virtually no one makes white pena nieto ours anymore and i think that's unfortunate because it fits one of those characteristic places in a menu where you're starting to build in intensity you need something fresh crisp and acidic but you need something with some weight behind it and a fruit characteristic that's a little bit different and marcus goodfellow who works the mattel winery now the goodfellow winery down in the willamette valley in two thousand eleven made something called his white pena nawar from stony mountain fruit stone mountain being it's one single vineyard down in the willamette valley okay works with so he's not a an owner of vineyard space so he's one of those guys that actually managed to purchase fruit in but he's got some great connections right so this'll be a blocked and it's still wine us so you don't necessarily call them blocked and so we still see that being sparkling and there's some very tasty ones and it's interesting of course white from black what blunt and wire means punio our fruit you know it's dna wise it is identical to greet right there same i but they have different flavors yeah bizarre because you think all the flavors in the skin but in this case this has a little bit of either least during or oak maturation is it a bit of both seventeen months on oak tony on it kinda smells like pino and i say that because like i say peanut peanut greasy or pinot noir of course but it's not like a red wine i think from the warmth of some of that a proprietary wine for yours this.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Freedom 970

"The wine trails of oregon just a few days away now until oregon wine month and this weekend we welcome marcus goodfellow from goodfellow family wines to talk about chardonnay and i i really don't want to say oregon's other great because there are so many varietals oregon that are showing so well not only from the valley but southern oregon everywhere in between we're going to talk so much about these grape varietals throughout the month but marcus i want to bring you back in to talk now specifically about chardonnay and what is different about oregon chardonnay because i know so many people who may have tasted chardonnay five ten years ago i may have a different i guess opinion of chardonnay and i would i would strongly recommend they revisit and they revisit oregon right oh absolutely there's no question that oregon's really going through a renaissance for chardonnay right now and i think a big part of that is really chardonnay was planted widely in oregon because there was because of assumptions and it was the most popular grape in the world that doesn't mean it was planted in the right places it doesn't mean that it was planted by people who cared at a level that recruits that's required to produce really really high quality chardonnay and i don't want to imply that people were sloppy or didn't take care of the wind simply that you really almost acquired a reputation for it and certainly not being very good and a lot of people tore it out a lot of people drafted it over you know they shifted it over to perhaps varietals at work better for the sites that they had and it narrowed chardonnay down to you know we have about a thousand acres of chardonnay that's been planted for a number of years here you know the from those early plantings and those whittled down to that what you get are the best fruit that the the people who've maintained their chardonnay von because it's something that truly believe in and are passionate about and you wind up cutting places like brickhouse certainly to cameron west street we're chardonnay was something.

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French and Riviera News Friday 13th April 2018

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

French and Riviera News Friday 13th April 2018

"A day could be enough to shorten your life according to a new study it found life expectancy and a forty year old drops by about six months if they have five or six drinks a week and by one or two years for those consuming ten to eighteen glasses a week tracy parkers from the british heart foundation which funded the research what we remember our guidelines are not targets for all of us those people who drink we should be trying to stay well below that threshold of fourteen units new roles to crack down on holiday makers who pretend to be sick to get compensation will be enforced by this summer the government says it will limit legal costs editor deter the spiralling number of bogus late cases national weather cold and foggy start for most of us going to develop into a cloudy and cold in the north but brighter in the south radio sports updates billed as hundreds of trade brands in stock so coast ben fletcher good morning arsenal wilby in this morning's europa league semifinal draw but it was far from a walk in the park in moscow the ghana's came from two zero down to secure a tool drool on the nights at s k a six three win over two legs madrid red bull salzburg or marseille awaiting in the last four liverpool will find out that champions league semi final opponents at lunchtime alex marshall has become scotland's my successful commonwealth games athlete ever he won his fifth gold is part of the men's fours that took the lawn bowls final fifteen thirteen against australia is tom daley and dan goodfellow have one goal for england and the synchronized ten meters platform sites all finally cricket county championship season starts this morning essex get that title defense on the way against yorkshire at headingley that's the latest from talk sports radio fresh being queue you can get twelve liters of run sale fence life one coat for just eleven pounds precision sprayer for twenty three pounds at alum seal fence life brush but just seven pounds ninety eight so for low prices on garden project essentials you can do it when you're being cute across the uk online and on the no nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer on talk radio breaking news stories headline grabbing guests a shop waking up the nation with a brand new breakfast conversation queen.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Help us manufacturing workers who've been slammed by unfair global competition i think we're going to actually protect them kill jobs plant that would if shuttered and people that would have been laid off we'll get some breathing room mark goodfellow is the presidents of steelworkers local 420 in messina new york where one of al choas last remaining aluminum smelters is still operating with about five hundred workers excitement gothenburg pure excitement over the now it feels like we have a chance to compete douglas holds aitken says even if some jobs are added in steel and aluminum it's not likely to be a lot he grew up in pittsburgh is father ran a steel mill now closed in bankrupt and that no knock my comeback if we're putting steel tariffs and the milf that do comeback are going to look dramatically different with a lot of sophisticated automation and fewer workers on the factory floor i'm mitchell hartmann for marketplace last week the prospect of tariffs was wall street kryptonite s if you remember today tariffs what tariffs will have the details when we do the numbers but bye bye bye the national rifle association in most of its public impressions comes across as a big national level political lobbying group which he days but a lot of what the nra actually gets done policywise happens at the state level one state in particular florida the nra's successes there and the woman responsible for them other subject of a new piece in the new yorker magazine by mike ssp's you write about seventy eight year old marion hammer who he and others call the most influential gun lobbyist in the country for the past forty years concealed carry and stand your ground laws all started in florida under hammers guidance mike smith welcome to the program thanks so much for having me guy one of the.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"No john lewis sure bangor say this is our american stories the making of martin scorsese's goodfellow as we continue that story the three main characters were played by joe patchy robert de niro who got the role after al pacino turned it down and really otto who only had four movies under his belt but beat out sean penn for the role as henry hill paul sorvino who was cast as mob boss paul cicero had no problem finding the voice and walk of his character but founded challenging finding what he called that colonel of coldness an absolute hardness that is antithetical to my nature except when my family is threatened here's sorvino on how he struggled finding the dark realities of his character that i didn't think i could do it because it was not the kind of role that i felt i really had an affair before the externals or easier middleage italian man the difficulty was in italy saleh t that i felt i didn't possess and so even though i wanted to do it i was sort of faking when i went to the meeting in giving martin the impression that i knew exactly what to do with it when i had no idea what to do it but i wanted so much to be in a scorsese movie i guess he just figured owes capable of it and they won't do was about two months in preparation to try to get this quality that i knew it called for those was kind of agonizing over it for a couple of months i was thinking i'm going to run this movie was looking for something to get out of it till two days before we started production by virtue of constantly searching to find where that kind of quality the killers have i was preparing to wear one night of passed by the mirror to check for spinach and by jumped back i literally frighten myself i saw a look in my eyes that frightened me who is that that's poli and once i founded the rule became just a duck and motor just was so easy to do what will pauley in the organization does is offer protection for people who go the cops that's all it is like the police department for wei's guys in order to create the greatest degree of.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Filmspotting

"The good in the bad people and usually that's the difference between the white people in the non white people and sales that's been a recurring theme for him but just that i d i think that sales always really explores in the right way of people trying to reconcile their past and also trying to reconcile what kind of person they are what kind of man they are what does define someone is a good or bad individual is something that makes lone star a really special movie above being also just really good mystery with a great twist at the end you're so right about sales in the nineties lone star is really strong the one i almost had on this list was the secret of raanan easel yeah good movie fantastic work van bringing out the data's my number one and you would go you know i'm i'm yeah thinking this as we talk about it because we have this is from the same director who has a potential champion of film spotty met with goodfellow score says he yes let man i just love bringing out the dead so much no one ever talks about it i haven't done a scar says he ranked list on letterbox at because there's still one or two of his films i need to see but when i get to it i know this is going to be one of my outlying recite really do consider it one of his best came out in 1999 has nicholas cage as a strong out ambulance paramedic going through this night of horrors in many ways this is the redemptive version of taxi driver in that the movie explores how bad things can get for some one and then offers this miraculously reminder that even then they can be saved i think some of the frenetic filmmaking here is not only on par with taxi driver but also some of that electric stuff in good fellas that people are going to have in mind as they vote in film spotty madness even some of the camera work in.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"It's it's he's very funny in it yeah he was always funny on uh you know those like vh one clip shows yeah always that it was funny as the comedians and in some cases from your phone um anyway everybody's great and i tanya weirdly it is a good fellas rip off to some degree but a lot of movies post goodfellow czar but out of freezeframe with voiceover that's exactly right it's very influenced the soundtrack is walltowall 80s hits or um the only time it started kind of bug may was i didn't realize you'll realize as soon as you're watching this movie that tonya harding was constantly being savagely beaten by jeff glue or another so i had seen her thirty by third thirty for thirty and it touched on the darkness but didn't go this deep so they show that in this yeah but it so this is not a flat out comedy then it's the only way to describe it as as a at the very dark comedy but it it is it always goes for jokes and apparently to avoid lawsuits it they went between tonya harding's retelling and glues retailing and they go they switch points of view i came away believing only tonya harding erker but um so it's almost like the the deep throat movie that has riot yeah and sunday through and that was the documentary but then they made the movie about ellie loveless love yeah where was to perspective yeah what i found a little troubling and i would imagine uh people might have an issue of this as well is like glue will smash tonya harding's face into a mirror let's say and this and but there's jokes around the mirrors lumps that that's what i'm saying is trouble so hurry bashar had in the mirror and then like weill her head his bash in the mirror she looks in the camera and then not narration her head which is now being bashed mirrors like so then this started happening again while and their break in the fourth wall even a break in the fourth they're doing what the you know but they say that to the last twenty minutes a good fels when the order comes off the stand in arguably the most exciting moment in movie his her.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"You a law on this thursday morning tomorrow of course we have a darker puddles doros who was in studio will get together with our radio bff that is michelle pollino from fox news entertainment la and then the good fellas now don't get confused this isn't tomorrow yet but you're going to hear the voice of our goodfellow jim vicks week or good morning how's that water entry not bad that's great i mean it ought to be here thursday morning thursday the wells not quite 930 is long past nine third odds still but still thursday morning what a treat to be here we are few minutes you know it's going to be good stuff to and chat get to do i get together jim i was mentioned before we came on in all the years that we've been together i don't think we you and i have had a chat together on the regular morning show no no zico turned never invited us widescope with that well he put your phone number on a fifty dollar bill settlement yawn that's all that's all it takes you don't get serious said the funny about that here by really good friend we are in it la sin something vergina now was a clemency abbas one san francisco last summer no la yep double the water real nice area cover walk has a walking boulevard as street that they will anyway gate we're in a bar shot give gushed shocking i i really hardly june anyway his nicely guy had made a lot of money in doing so on mutual funds or whatever new york city insults comey a lot of money he meets this but we talk of is beautiful lady shucks you from india and so we were leaving on a trip to singapore as soon as rick reckon i here and so he says well uh can you will you call me lincoln two weeks or some and she said now i don't know souza tell you what i'll let me give you my number he writes his cell phone number in 100dollar bill odier and he gives it to her oh my yeah to she call now of she called her boyfriend score were go issues tremendous she goes i have six months rent so shifts good story good stuff story but don't do it yourself people this isn't it and i try to 20dollarbill entire work either vega a kick it.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Coming up a little bit later of after the barnier we're going to talk with goodfellow jim vix me we in all of our years to gather i don't believe we've ever shared any time together on the big show we of course are together saturday mornings at ten a m but and of course good fellas but as far as jim i just having a bit of a chat it we it it is no coming up a little bit later of after the barnier we're going to talk with goodfellow jim vix me we in all of our years to gather i don't believe we've ever shared any time together on the big show we of course are together saturday mornings altay calls for jim during the next segment nine twenty five in the morning here on the recommend a program how long it we want something that doesn't just bell out the insurance companies but actually provides relief for all americans and this bill doesn't address that fact so we want to make sure that that's taking care of we think that this is the staff a good step in the right direction this president certainly supports republicans and democrats coming to get to work together but it's not a full approach and we need something to go a little bit further to get on he wants to lower premiums he wants to provide greater flexibility he wants to drive competition he likes the idea of block grants to states those are ally the ideas that he'd like to see and a healthcare plan so i share this simply as an entree into now their use more conversation by unilateral utilization of at so in order to get this sole healthcare business a reformed and ontrack agree or disagree that's that's a a separate site issue that i'm bringing this up because in the minds of many there is abject confusion over exactly what kind of health care is going to be available the headline is uncertainty reigns ahead of new healthcare sign up period listen many of us of our are looking at uh what we're gonna do for the next year but there are samba who are literally confused about exactly what is it we're doing if you have like a specific what let's just say that you take medication and your health care every year regardless of who the carrier's their here's a either reification reinstatement the continuous whatever it.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on The Filmcast

"It actually kind of bothered me because i felt like if the movies making an argument about that that's where i really felt like the movies a moral jeff was if you're going to show this guy kind of pissing off all these drug lords and stuff there are horrible consequences of that namely an awful death alone in the parking lot like that's that's what's going to happen to the sky and i felt like the movie didn't show that it cut away before he was executed in it made it seem almost i it showed almost none of the downside of of the drug trade and that that was a big disappointment i'm i'm okay with you saying like hey tomase but even like wolf of wall street like you see how it's like this rings family again jeff maggert i guess some coming over to your side now you know like goodfellow shows you know how it's like destroying his family life as well and and all the effects it has on his health and stuff like this movie didn't show any of the downsides and that was kind of a i just found a bizarre decision as white and even seemed happy at the stairs is happily wearing her jewellery i love working yeah like some excellent barely so thing is they make such a huge deal of those vhs tapes and then we get no closure on what happened to them if they had any relevant hick the whole movie is framed inside these tapes and we assume that someone's gonna find at the end but there's no we had no will they do find them cleaned you find them better than it's likely will vie let them what happens as a result of that blake thing.

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"goodfellow" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"goodfellow" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I tend not to do as well with textbooks by the mass peration early but they're intimidating you know five hundred pages are going to sit there while so i tend to biased towards let me read a few papers let me watson videos i like and even though i don't have any direct recommendations off the top of my head it's about finding the the channel that works for a person to their learning style so i think it would be a great disservice if i don't ask you a question what on your favorite due to signs looted textbooks or books even okay books let's see i've recently i am almost done with deep learning book by goodfellow fellow you court fill its it's excellent i take issue with actually a few parts being a little unclear but overall that's the premier textbooks oh definitely pick that up russell norvik for a guy i've already mentioned open intro elements of statistical learning is sort of a gold standard those are the main books that are coming to mind ahead so now we are coming to the end of the interview and i just want to ask some open questions know sometimes come across the idea that quality of twa lose a nice to have if you have enough data then you can make something of it what's it opinion on that yeah so quality of data is the key i mean if if you try and get all if you get all the historical data on every lottery that's been run in the united states for the last hundred years it's very unlikely you're going to build a model to predict the lottery.

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