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"guayas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The BBC world service coming up restrictions imposed after the outbreak of the corona virus are being eased in several European countries including Spain where adults will be able to go out for exercise or walk as the number of new cases goes down no longer feel happy because we won the first battle creek fires let's hope it was the if not we'll return here with more strength than before to continue fighting pictures emerge of the north Korean leader Kim Jong moon after an unexplained three week absence from public view also after the news I've spent almost twenty years practicing for the corona virus pandemic for nearly two thirds of my life I've agonized over germs how they can be transferred and how I can keep them at bay very personal account of living with obsessive compulsive disorder in the era of coronavirus that's all here on this view weekend edition of the news room hello I'm Erin soffit with the B. B. C. news Spain one of the country's worst affected by the coronavirus has eased its strict lockdown rules for adults than now able to leave their homes for exercise but only for a few hours a day in different age groups must take the exercise at different times his thing in Grammaticus this relaxation of Spain's national confinement means that for the very first time in forty eight days most people can now exit their homes to do some exercise there's a complicated time table trying to keep different age groups apart so the duty in fact each other if they carrying the virus adults can go out to cycle war cool joke between six and ten in the morning and they've already beaten on the streets regulators in the United States have authorized the emergency use off an experimental drug ram does of it as a treatment for the corona virus the decision was taken off the U. S. trials suggested that renders of a help shorten the recovery time for seriously ill patients David Willis reports clinical trials inventors he there appear to show it can block the coronavirus and help patients recover more quickly in a study sponsored by the US government those given the drugs were able to leave hospital four days earlier on average than those who didn't take it and as if there was developed as a potential treatment for the abode of virus but failed to demonstrate any significant impact and although it didn't seem to affect the level of deaths from the corona virus in this latest trial the fact that it had some positive benefits is giving medical experts here calls for hope the Indian government has made it compulsory for all public and private sector employees to use a smartphone app designed to trace people who may have been infected with current virus the move came as Delhi has started to ease some of its lock down measures in lower risk areas the app called a bridge to health care was launched last month it's alerts users who have come in contact with people later found to be positive for covert nineteen privacy advocates are concerns about data collection they stressed that India lacks privacy laws to govern the app Singapore says it will gradually begin to ease some measures put in place to contain the spread of covert nineteen traditional Chinese medicine practitioners will be allowed to resume some activities from Tuesday while some businesses including barbers and laundry services will be allowed to operate for may the twelfth but Singapore's health minister wound infection rates could rise again what a number of community cases has come down we are not out of the woods yet new clusters may fall if we let our guards down you must press on with our efforts so that the we continue to keep the numbers low world news from the BBC Iranians travelling on public transport in Tehran must wear face masks from today the railway officials said that mouse were already being sold in the busiest stations and would be available across the network by the end of the week official figures in around say that there've been more than six thousand deaths from corona virus and at least ninety five thousand cases recorded but sources suggest the real figure is much higher as recently as well the New York nursing home has reported the corona virus linked deaths of ninety eights of its residents the Isabella geriatric center it said forty six residents have died after testing positive the other fifty two was suspected to have had the virus Charles Haviland has more details as recently as Wednesday the Isabella geriatric center was reporting just thirteen corona virus deaths it's tally is now more deaths than any other such facility in the state reports speak of overwhelm stuff and families left in the dark about that relatives health at one point the home ordered the refrigerated trucks to store bodies because funeral parlors could not take them New York city's mad bill de Blasio has called the loss horrifying the state governor Andrew Cuomo said any under reporting of fatalities would be a crime the president of Ecuador Lenin Moreno says the spread of cove in nineteen has slowed in the country he said there had been a drastic fall in the number of deaths particularly in the worst hit province of Guayas according to the latest nationwide figures twenty six thousand people have been infected and have been just over a thousand deaths the International Monetary Fund has approved an emergency loan for Ecuador it's worth six hundred and forty three million dollars the nation has been among the hardest hit by the pandemic in South America and has also been suffering from the global drop in oil prices and that's the latest BBC news hello I'm immediate some brother it's six minutes past eight o'clock G. M. T. coming up on the news room we're seeing kidneys going down in upwards of a quarter of people ending up on intensive care with renal failure we're seeing severe muscle inflammation very commonly in many everybody grains are involved in some patients states are quite delirious was suffering fix or something information of the brain in some cases I'm a very very significant problem with blood clots and the many things we still don't know about corona virus and is the end of lockdown totally desirable will have the view from Beijing meanwhile here in Europe restrictions imposed following the outbreak of the virus are being eased today in several countries in one significant development in Spain on Friday the mayor of Madrid closed a make shift hospital after that help more than fifteen hundred patients a symbol of the country's success in fighting the virus the last patients left to the applause of health care workers yeah a I've come out fits him well and I think the whole center from the clean is to the higher officials they've been wonderful kind and warm enough family and Elsa pool is a mess in the London feel happy.
"guayas" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
"So you only get the parts of the podcast you want. I would urge all podcast readers who use IOS to the castor. A try if they get us hooked on it as you and I clearly are. They need to tell their listeners about it too. Because with Castro listeners are more likely to listen more often he keep up the great work. Jonathan Mosen from Moselle podcasts. Not Cool so yes and I didn't know about that Chapter Mark Thing. I'm telling you there's all of these incredible things that Castro does in the back end in terms of consumption where these guys really keep again the listener front and center in for me to be able to sift through Listening in the way that he was talking about it's the easiest thing and also the chapter mark thing. How would that be? It's well I should probably not stay with me. I'll say this if you're thinking about doing chapter marks I'll give you this warning that comes from podcasters have done it and regretted it. Once you do that in your audience gets used to it. You can't stop doing it. Yeah So it's extra work so you have to ask yourself. Is it worth it? Depends on your show format and if it's worth it or not I don't find it worth it for me and I'm not GonNa do it. People pass forward and and I don't have the time. I'm just trying to get the APP when I can get an episode out. I'm trying to get it out. That's my job. Yeah no and I understand that now. You have to so the way that I do tapped marks for the feed and is whenever we have audio feedback or whenever we have the promos go inside the show and stuff. That's for me a real easy. I like a Alpert. The chapter marks for their so. And and then that way. That's why we use the promo right like right before the stats because lots of people like to listen to the stats and they can just go to promo number three and in there we have it so. I have a visual like. I don't have to look for the chapter marks. They're just there and then I use forecast to add that which is a free APP. Little APP for Mac that Marco arment created and I really easily just put them in there and be in. I'm done with it so I don't go out of my way to get super specific about one. We're going from topic to topic because then I would just. I don't know what I would do with myself. This is a visual thing for me. Doing the easiest thing ever. If there is a conversation that a lot of people might be really interested in consuming that we are are are putting out there that I want people to listen to or I'll be promoting then I will chapter mark that so I'm very specific about that stuff But yeah they're Nice. Go Nice Anyway. Download Castro let me know what you think all right all right here. We go when out some. Yeah so this is a link here To An article. I WANNA thank Philippi at media monitors for the heads up on their new podcast survey by the way sleepeasy only person. That's ever visited me at my office that I have. I actually have an office outside the house. Yes yes he was first and only one so far. That's come to my office Other than my wife. They asked lease organization media monitors. They asked people which podcast they listen to and number one as expected Joe Rogan but he was interestingly number. One for both men and women which I was surprised about that He also per the post on the survey was clearly number one. They didn't give the numbers. But it was basically you know. It's Joe Rogan. And then everybody else. While the Dave Ramsey was in the top five as well congrats to both also in the top. Five was doctor. Phil's fill in the blanks. Podcast on my favorite murderer and crime junkies in no specific order there other than Joe is number one linked to that I asked him if he share. He's he's talked about there being a top one hundred list. I'm trying to see if I can get a hold of that. Top One hundred list on be interested to see who else is in that top one hundred that that link will show you the top twenty five and this is based on asking people who they listen to And they did a random survey or a thousand people. It wasn't too surprising when I was looking at that stuff. I don't believe there were any type of independent types on that live Other than other than Rogan At the top but everything else seemed to be a there was a lot of like I think s that there's an Svu podcast that was on there. There was also Rachel. Maddow was on there so like Rachel and doctor. Phil's podcasts are like you know those ones that are actual TV shows. And then they're uploaded as podcast So there's that kind of stuff. Obviously Dave Ramsey creates his podcast and stuff and he but he's also very well known outside of that so but it was very interesting because I was like okay so it seems like there is a little a little bit of a correlation with what's going on in the mainstream and of course all of the crime. Yeah Oh my God. It's like true crime and pb all right Okay so we have an a little bit of audio feedback year speaking of audio feedback from Jack. Who SENT US some out? His one-star reviews. Hi Elsie I rob. I'm Jack I'm a podcast. Her One oh about my well. Let's read some of my one-star reviews this one's titled Weedy Wack it says a mediocre podcast meant to scare clear net boomer. Normies cleared him boomer. What does that mean clarinet? Boomer normies okay. The next one star review has a title of good idea but to annoying to listen to all right. It says made by a sixteen year old. I sound sixteen. Who annoyingly rephrase and points out. The obvious will. I've gotten obvious thing for you. I'm not sixteen. It's a good idea. Generally but impossible to listen to over multiple episodes. Well okay then now personally. I don't care about one-star reviews because whoever's leaving these reviews is not the core audience. I'm trying to reach. I can't please everyone on the entire planet. There will be some people who do not like my show. Just like there's one star reviews on Harry Potter Books and Lord of the Rings Books. Okay that books not for you put it down. Read something else. And that's okay. I don't need everyone to like my show. There are people who really really like it and get a lot of value out of it and those are the people that matter to me. Not Whatever this glare net boomer normally guayas well hijack feedback. I guess scaring cleared at boomer normies actually a cool title for this episode. Elsie when anything. We're going to be like what I have no idea what it means but it sounds so Thanks for sharing with the feed audience in folks. Please be like Jack. And send us your one-star reviews and don't be scaring boomers. Not Nice. Well they can be now like an S. C. B. N. There's your new you like to come up with all those. I don't know how the SC Bien sharing clear net boomer normal t shirt. That would be great. Oh my God all right. Moving another Email hiawassee and rob talking to one of our listeners. He mentioned I often listened to your show via the Google home mini in my kitchen. Hey Google play. The twenty-first century work life podcast. Or FOR SOME PODCAST. You can say. Hey Google play episode to twenty one of the twenty first century work life podcast. This last command choosing a specific episode. Doesn't work for me with your podcast at the moment but it does work with others that I listened to so I'm wondering. Is there something that I can adjust on my destinations? I imagine it would be through the Google. Play one or not many. Thanks and thank you both for the lead and this is from P ladd. Okay so feel our Google home does pull from your main. Rss Feed that's the one that I google scrapped and that's the one that's in Google podcast. So Google home is not driven by Google. Play music. Google home is driven by Google podcasts. So whatever your podcast feed is Google podcasts. That's the one you want to make sure you have in the episode numbers if you go to the I tunes optimization or excuse me Apple podcast optimization section in your lipson account so that's tab to when you're publishing go down there make sure you have an episode number in there if you don't have episode numbers in your podcast. Click on content in Europe's and account and then over on the left. Go to the bulk tag editor. And then put in episode numbers for all your episodes. You do want to make sure your episode numbers are in there and I am sure is what Google podcast is pulling from that number tech and now Moving onto another email. Hi Elsie and rob. I have a client with a podcast greeted around their nonprofit organization. The hosts are in the communications and Marketing Department. And they love the podcast and the engagement from listeners who are essentially using the podcast as a resource for information about the field. The hosts are both in communication. So I don't have to convince them. That a podcast is a great addition to their current resources. They've seen great engagement for the podcast especially to promote their annual conference but aside from the conference. They're looking for other facts. That could contribute to the effectiveness of the internal podcast. It's not like there's a service or product that's being sold and looking at the numbers of listeners as we all know is not the be all end all in what defines success for podcast. I'm looking I'm hoping you could help me by pointing me in that direction of statistics or studies about the effectiveness of internal podcasts. Or even really great examples you know of. I really appreciate any information you could pass on and feel free to share with your audience because I have a feeling. I'm not the only podcast. Launch Code getting approached by organizations and companies who want to do a podcast but maybe need some data to help cement. The idea with those not as familiar with how effective.
"guayas" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Accordingly he passed an act of Perpetual Oblivion and pardon for everything said or done during that time and this he faithfully observed with the exception only of putting to death a few tribunes and centurions concerned in the conspiracy against guerrillas both as an example and because he understood that they had also planned his own death he now turned his thoughts towards paying respect to the memory of his relations his most solemn unusual oath was by a Gustis he prevailed upon the Senate decreed divine honours to his grandmother. Livia with a chariot in the Circassian procession drawn by elephants as had been appointed for Augusta's and public offerings to the shades of his parents besides which he instituted Circassian Games for his father to be celebrated every year upon his birthday and for his mother a chariot to be drawn through the circus the title of Augusta which had been refused by his grandmother to the memory of his brother to which upon all occasions. He showed a great regard. He gave a Greek comedy to be exhibited in the public diversions at Naples and awarded the crown for it according to the sentence of the judges in that solemnity nor did he admit to make honorable and grateful mention of Mark Antony to clearing by a proclamation that he the more earnestly insisted upon the observation of his father drew's his birthday because it was likewise that of his grandfather antony he completed the Marble Arch near puppies theater which had formerly been decreed by the Senate in honor of Tiberius but which had been neglected and though he cancelled all the acts of Guayas yet he forbade the day of his assassination notwithstanding it was that of his own accession to the Empire to be reckoned amongst the festivals but with regard to his own aggrandizement he was sparing and modest declining title of Emperor and refusing all excessive honors. He's celebrated the marriage of his daughter and the birthday of grandson with great privacy at home he recalled none of those who had been banished without a decree of the Senate and requested of them. Permission for the prefect of the military tribunes and Praetorian guards to attend him in the Senate House and also that they would be pleased to bestow upon his procured her judicial authority in the provinces. He asked of the consuls. Likewise the privilege of holding fairs upon his private estate. He frequently assisted the magistrates in the trial of causes as one of their assessors and when they gave public spectacles he would rise up with the rest of the spectators and salute them both by words and gestures when the tribunes of the people came to him while he was on the tribunal. He excused himself because on account of the crowd he could not hear them unless they stood in a short time by this conduct. He wrote himself so much into favour and affection of the public that when upon his going to Austria our report was spread in the city that he had been weighed in slain the people never ceased carson the soldiers for traders and the Senate as Paris sides until one or two persons and presently after several others were brought by the magistrates upon the Ro- Straw. Who was shared them that he was alive and not far from the city on his way home conspiracies however we're formed against him not only by individual separately but by a faction and at last. His government was disturbed with a civil war. A low fellow was found with a pond near about him near his chamber at midnight. Two men of the equestrian order were discovered a waiting for him in the streets armed with a Tuck and Huntsman's dagger one of them intending to attack missy came out of the theater and the other as he was sacrificing in the temple of Mars. Callous Acehnese and Statinias court Venus grandsons of the two orders polio and Masala formed a conspiracy against him in which they engaged many of his Friedman and slaves furious. Camillus Qorbani hones- his lieutenant in Dalmatia broke into rebellion but was reduced in the space of five days the legions which had seduced from their oath of Fidelity ringling pushing their purpose upon an alarm occasioned by L. Almonds far when orders were given them to march to meet their new emperor. The Eagles could not be decorated nor the standards pulled out of the ground whether it was by accident or a divine besides his former consul ship. He helped the office afterwards. Four Times the first to successively but the following after an interval of four years each the last for six months the others for two and the third upon his being chosen in the room of console who died which had never been done by any of the emperors before him whether he was consul or out of office he constantly attended the courts for the administration of Justice even upon such days as were solemnly observed as days of rejoicing in his family or by his friends and sometimes upon the public festivals of Ancient.
"guayas" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Yeah Hey. Youtube didn't work back then. Exactly all this to just say if you do quickly condense this movie for the folks at home who may not have seen it been around in ninety nine. And what is this movie It's tiny toons dangerously as I'm yes yes or it could have been produced on the WB like as like like TV movie like WB folks. which is why I was obsessed with it? It's the WB this but then it's like it was four folk who were watching watching this. WBZ shows actors. But then it's like there's also thrusting in this movie like these scenes could use the WBZ WBZ frog shoot involved Michigan. J Frog incest on that w right because he was conceived in Michigan. I I don't understand why the frog named the frog name but it's prep. School kids are playing playing dangerous liaisons and getting into all sorts of sexual misadventures thing that realized watching this movie. Yes why the whole thing is oh. It's dangerous liaison senator. Prep school but we're never at the prep school never at the school. It's so fascinating when shows or movies do this like high school kids and they're not doing a lick of homework on the school except for the very end. Yeah this is. It's summer break. Yeah which is so dumb like why involve the prep school this much in the story now the country manor they go to towards I guess is that towards the end is that the school is that would lead no no aunt's house right. Yes the nurse Ratchet when the funeral stuff is happening at the various before that when they go when they're like writing Moore's isn't shit. Oh Oh yeah. That's at the aunt's house. Only like five settings in this movie honestly aunt's House Run York apartment and the New York apartment is central Lark ornate so to wealthy every single scene of this movie I feel like Napoleon Bonaparte could walk into it and you'd be like it looks. It looks like it fits. Yes no totally. The and I mean it's it's one of those things where a lot of stuff that they tried to a dangerously as I've now what is that. Is that like a board game based on the hit Bourne. Dangerous is liaison trouble dangerously as I thought this was based on hungry. Hungry Hippos thirsty thirsty. It's suggested I did Bhai Hungry. Hungry Hippos I suggested instead of based on is like it's so fucking loose we you can't say based on so at six chess to European smut. That's a good it's an. Have you read the book or No. Yeah I love how you guys look at me like. I'm cultured attorney. I Don what do I do most days like smoke weed and watch Bob's Burgers. If you guys out there in the world like I'm a dumb ass I title very well. I didn't need to look at these guys. I know where Oh for four to the rest of the new element producer. Mike can you read dangerous liaisons. That's not all right. It's six around oversee what I know about. Is the Stephen Frears movie right Malkovich and Glenn close and Michelle pfeiffer right is not cecile. She's an expert in that story. Chris Cabin are they like. Is it the same like sex games kind of like if you get it in her bag than olive sex with you. Step brother who. That's the thing. It's all sex games and except for were they add the step sibling. Element in this movie is the Ground Zero of today's modern pornography. Neither text I would call it just like the stepsister phenomenon that is grabbed the country it is it grows and it doesn't make any sense it just makes it gross for no reason season. There's so much gross about this movie like as now an adult like watching a movie that they're supposed to be teenagers and they're all like sweaty and lying grinding grinding on each other or losing their virginity or giving their stepbrother a handwriting while teasing him. Because that's just the thing you do you know in between getting your manicure and pedicure. I guess it's talking about filling time. I mean. That's how they do it. Yeah that's how I feel too. I just give our hands straight Laghi watching this movie and like my wife and I were like total tops. There eighteen yes total tops and like some of Blair's character which is hilarious because she is the oldest actress playing the youngest character and she sort of playing her like a child curious. It's really weird. Sworn Koala shirt and I'm like what game are we playing here. There's that kick somebody's box because it's very strange because she's like you know supposed to be a teenager but she acts like a really young child and she will sometimes do these weird things like she'll blink really hard and she'll just smile randomly and you're just like issue okay. Ah living his hard like every every moment is awkward rent Swisher is like really big for her and that that was another little thing and it's a game but the weird thing is like so then if that's the case that we're not going to highschool ever why don't you set them as a bunch of sexy twenty year old kids that are getting into no good because for Roger Kumble Gotcha. That's not as hot as a CEO in the Eighties Porno. Yeah Roger Kumble Mbui Kumble Soup Do. That's what I meant about. There's only one thing missing from this movie to make pornography and that is like actual penetration scenes sounds and genitalia because like the music. The score to this movie is one or two percent porno music. Get some but you do have Safavi stunt double but really so. You don't even try to tell me that. That's Ryan Phillips Sidya research this or you just like doing a true thing right. No it's neither I. It's a it's a crisis actors as no when she looks like Sarah. Michelle looks across the room. It cuts to this dude is back is fucking Jacqueline shoulders. So why do you like the Wolverine from the back. I do agree with that. That's the thing and when you see Ryan Philippine movies like You realize tiny any of a person. WHO'S THE NINETY S? We had to be tiny tiny. If that's true if that's true. They also gave him the stupid Justin Timberlake Ryan Fillet Haircut. Osha this Guayas Ayas. Oh his hair is so shelled. It's so ugly it's really me. I was like Y'all what is supposed to be rich rich and I looked good. The name is Sebastian Vol Mont yes empire ass name. That is a total. Go get the garlic to get the sky later on on when he's trying to like you know he's like a trying to break up with reese witherspoon to like get her away from him because he's such a bad guys like you and nothing but a conquest and I wrote down in my notes is he. A Vampire buyers use the word conquest. Sure we'll part of that. I think is also what they're doing in this moving the waves written they are. They're like in pushing thirty. Everyone in this movie is pushing thirty claiming teenagers. Who Act like they're all sixty years old and speak like they're sixty years old and it makes no fucking sense and just makes it way more confusing to listen to what they're saying this movie it makes less because it's so isolated every there's not like sense of a world around them really at all? Where are the parents anybody molly? Oh I missed the call at one point and we get the classic classic line of the parental units call for rental unit alert goes that was an expression in the nineties absolutely hated. Ah Units do it but the only like parental figures you have in this movie is Christine Baranowski. Who is Sir Racist? Total races some of Blair's mother Yeah completely shitty to the dude from save the last dance. Patrick Tom. Is that poor bastard in this movie you will always whenever you say his name. It's like being on a weird bike because I'm like Sean Patrick flanery or Shawl bantering metric planner. And I'm the handlebar. I wish wish people could see the handlebar active important to do that. It's proved that Steve Never learned to read a bike. I'm writing a by B Bowen. Oh a nurse. Ratchet is the aunt of Reese Witherspoon. She also played Kyw win on deep space nine. Yes give maybe some jeeps as nine. Did y'all do a Philip. She's fillets at yes. Is Reese Witherspoon Air for the summer which people know each other like my daughter is.
"guayas" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Voice actors will dramatize their incredible lives reimagining their greatest and weakest moments. Then we'll examine Zaman. They're controversial deaths. Some deaths came too soon. Some remains shrouded in mystery and some changed the world forever ever today. We're covering Guayas. Julius Caesar a Military General Caesar rose to power as part of the Roman triumvirate for it but then took power as a dictator in the first century. B C but this great power led to his infamous death breath now back to the life of Julius Caesar Guys Julius Caesar Man. Where do you even start with him? You almost WANNA start right with his death. It is among the most famous deaths in history and all that but if we started with the death then we'd miss out on on one of history's greatest stories the story of a general who altered the course of an entire empire and really an entire world. Well why don't we start from day. One sounds like a good idea to me guys. Julius Caesar was born on July twelfth one hundred B C in the city of Rome he was a member number of genes. Julia whom according to Roman Legend were descendants of aeneas the star of virgils and need and the ancestor of Romulus and Remus the ancient founders of room and of course in these legends aeneas is the son of the Roman goddess Venus. So Caesar was descended from the Gods. Technically Lee yes well. His family must have been pretty well off considering they were direct descendants of one of the first Romans not exactly while Caesar's father also named that guy is Julius. Caesar held minor governorship in Rome's Asian province. Modern Day Turkey. The family was on the lower end of the political and financial totem pole. The governorship most likely came from the guy says sister Julia marrying guys. Maria's a very prominent and important figure in Rome at the time guys seemed to be at the top of the baby. Names list back in the one. Hundred's as was Caesar in the JEN's Julia according to Roman history. Plenty of the elder Plinio Flinty the elder yes plenty. The elder ancient Rome had the best name they did. Well according to plenty the elder the name Caesar came from one of the ancestors esters of the family being born of Syrian section which originally came from the Roman Word Kite era to cut Caesar Caesarian section makes a Lotta got a sense of the later biography of Rome. His Story Agusta would dispute this. It asserts that the name Caesar comes either from the Latin word for thick hair for gray is or for killing an elephant. That's a very specific image. But knowing Caesar and knowing that he would later have coins printed that featured elephants. I'm Kinda inclined to believe that last one. While Caesar was home-schooled taught by his mother a real Yukata and by a man named Marcus Antonius knife. Oh who would go on to tutor. Many Rome's greatest orators and politicians like many ancient Roman and Greek legends. There's not much recorded about his formative years and it's not like today where parents like to document. I meant every single moment of childhood all of the biographies on Caesar Begin at his teenage years. Though it's possible. These biographies originally had paragraphs about his younger days. If they did they are now. Sadly lost to history in his teenage years are in fact. Very good place to start with Caesar's journey to the top of Rome a journey that would let's start with tragedy when Caesar was sixteen. Come on father. We've gotTA GO in other father. Father Father what's wrong. It seems soon as if it is time to take my journey to the river. Styx you hold the power in this family. Now you are the one who has defined power be good son. I'll be better. I must be better. The death of guy was devastating. To the JEN's Julia I would imagine in any time in history. Losing a loved. Point is an easy. Well yes but I was also talking. About the loss of the family's political power gas was grooming the young Caesar to succeed him in his political life hoping hoping to continually increase the family's power and to restore the great Julia named to its mythological origins. GEIS's early death. I assume meant that Caesar Caesar was too young to take over his father's political career. That's correct Caesar's entire life up to that point was heading towards that destiny and now in an instant it had been swept away and consider that now at the age of sixteen. Caesar was the head of the family the burdens of his family's life and welfare now rested on his shoulders. Caesar didn't back down from these challenges. He turned this into a positive of sorts to make him and his family better than his father could have ever imagined. It began to plan a new path towards a better life. His initial plan was to Mary into a wealthy family. He was soon engaged to a wealthy woman named Katsushika Sushila whom he had been promised to since his birth. Caesar generally would have had to wait a couple years before actually getting married to his lifelong bride but with his father's death breath. Caesar pushed the engagement head quite a bit while. Caesar was trying to settle his future. A civil war loomed in Rome. Much of Caesar's just childhood was surrounded by the social wars a war between Rome and the other cities of Italy over the rights of Roman citizenship. You're telling me the social wars has nothing onto twitter. Unfortunately no although Rome would end up winning this war it was only the beginning of the republic's troubles the social wars featured. The rise is a number of military stars but none were more significant than Lucius. Cornelius Sela and Gayus Marius Guys Marias as in Caesar's Uncle by oh I'm marriage one and the same sylla was actually Marius his protege during the war. But they're opposing. Political ambitions would soon lead to them breaking apart Sola uh-huh and Maria were members of separate political factions and the social war strain on Rome brought a great tension between the parties to the surface. Selo was an optimist and believed in the authority of the Senate and the power of the upper classes whereas Marius was populaires who pushed for more input from the popular assemblies and tribunals Dell's age-old battle really in the aftermath of the Social Wars Sela and Marius both sought to lead the armies to war against another enemy mithra dates rates of Pontus who was warring over Rome's eastern territories and the Senate initially voted for Sola to take the army's to war however when Sella left the city a tribunal voted against the measure and transferred the power of the army tomorrow and. When Sola got word of this he wasn't happy he marched back to Rome home preparing to take on anyone in his way? We have to get out of here. Why haven't you heard Sylla's marching on Rome? What sella's marching on Rome with Rome's own army and with your relationship with guys Marias? We need to get you to safe place quickly my place just outside the city we can hide you there. I must get my wife Hurry. We don't have much time. Caesar could only watch. WATCH AS Roma's own men for the first time in its history siege the city it was an image that would remain with him for the rest of his life Sola. It was successful in taking back his command he exiled Marius and probably left Rome. With all of its soldiers to fight Mithra dates but as someone who was making his way to the Eastern Provinces Marias formed a ragtag army and staged their own invasion of Rome. Marius alongside his ally Lucius Cornelius. Cigna Anna Purge Rome of many of Solis followers and declared Sola an enemy of the State Lucius Cornelius Sela and Lucius Cornelius cinna on opposite ends ends of the war. Men Names agent role must have been very confusing. Yes they seem to be. In any case Sola was now an enemy of Rome and because Ozzy was so far off even when word reached him he could not immediately return. It was a good idea in theory. At least take back power and either hope that Sela dies in battle or that you can build your following enough to take down well your own army. Marias died early in the next year leaving center in charge of the new political movement. But Marius left one gift for his family specifically for the Young Julius Caesar Out East and Caesar's young age meant inheriting his is father's old governorship was out of the question but Marias and his followers were able to procure the position of Fleming dials. For Caesar Instead Caesar was now L. The high priest of the leader of the Gods Jupiter. That seems like it's a pretty important position. It definitely was not as powerful as governorship. It was says respected. Jen's Julia was making its way back to the top Senate.
"guayas" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"We put a short. He sure did talk a long time. That is morale is short right there. That is what he is. He is used to a happy new year's people. What is up men UTUKA month off? I was saying before we came in there. I have never in my life. Yep had a month off of of work and you and I are philosophically have always been different. You've always said even if you won the lottery you would come back and work and I've said I've been working two three jobs at a time for thirty years. If I win the lottery you would not be able to find me now. I said to Greg while you were gone. This is going to change Mason. Because when when he has a month off he's going to reconsider the Ireland position that that if if given the financial means he could get off the ride and be perfectly happy. Yeah am I right. Well I did get off of this ride right but I did to podcasts. All you eighty play you you want to podcasts. wrote a screenplay see you do those things when your retirement wreck. Yeah those why I got a new appreciation for what a retirement retirement's going to be. I won't be like one of those loafs. I mean I'm not going to like sit in the easy chair and do nothing. Oh I'm GonNa be doing something. Hey how dare you call my massage chair and Easy Z.. Chair that is. That's exactly what I'm GonNa do multiple screens now. You went to Costa Rica. How is that had you been there before? Never been there and I hear Nell. You're now like my tenth friend WHO's gone there. It's nine for nine. I haven't asked you know people just swear by and they say the the thing that that the word that always comes up the term that always comes up is ridiculously affordable. I thought you'd like monkeys like you can get dinners in excursions and hotel room super cheap. We stayed by this volcano and they had these natural hot springs. A place called La Fortuna which was fantastic rights. If you do that in the United States you're paying big bucks correct and we went to Papa Guayas aias people that know Costa Rica no that Beach Jungle sloths monkeys. Did you see alive sloth I did you see the monkeys try and take take your stuff. is monkeys everybody. But they're trained to take your stuff the waiters and waitresses all have squirt guns to try to get the monkeys to stay away from the food. Excellent it's really really really cool and then it did a yoga retreat at California hot springs. which is a really now that you have done before that have I've never been to this place But this was very very very hippy of me I we were in silent meditation when it turned twenty twenty all right. Here's here's the thing. Yeah I have this friend. Yeah her her name is Kara. Yeah okay She is and she would admit this she talks more than you and I I mean she never shuts Sansom. She goes on a week long silent meditation every year and just to get her head straight. Yeah and she swears by I. I've never heard you be quiet for two minutes. You're quite she goes for one week. Do not talk now. Is there a lot of that was just. Oh there was silent meditation at the moment you in one or both into yoga. Ten Ten in the morning Yoga at five in the afternoon meditation at night it wasn't completely silent but the Great Saul David Raid Ran the retreat of no. TV Fan. No really radio dope pod. Did the first real time there was no internet. You could not. Wow how's the internet. We were in the middle of nowhere. You had no site reception. Here's the difference between Mason and Ireland. Right here no Internet. I'm freaking out. No Internet you're you're welcoming you. Will you know it's weird though. After after a couple of hours you forget that you need to check anything all the sudden you realize. Hey I don't I don't need to check everything although I did wonder who won the San Francisco Seattle. Nobody knew nobody knew that was. That was is an unbelievable says it was a great game the football season great. Well We. There's so much we have. You guys picked a great day to listen because we gotta listen things we won't even get to all of them There are are so many things to talk about whether it be. NFL and be a lot of dodger. Stuff happened while you were gone. And it's brewing under the surface. I got a dodger. Take your eight. Yep I've come you and Michael Thomson have have convinced me without even having a discussion to change positions on something. Oh good I got that for you. Where do you WANNA start? Let's start with. Let's start Lakers. Okay look great last night. That's by the way I want me had many swoon. While you're gone little four-game dip but other loom that they want everything. Now I the only games I watch during the. I only watched one game until this weekend. I watched the Christmas Day game. Okay otherwise I missed the four game losing streak back I guess that was part of it. Yeah I I saw last night a block party which was which was really unbelievable. Yeah twenty blocks by the Lakers. The most that anyone's blocked in the NBA nineteen years One away from the all time team record yeah We can get into that too that I think the Lakers have. Actually reinvented invented the wheel to a certain extent I'll just throw this at you. Remember when you got to wrap link a lot of credit here when he put all these bigs on the roster when he put Javale McGee and then he had already traded for Anthony Davis and signed a White Howard brought demarcus. Cousins is technically technically stolen. The roster has a roster spot everybody said and I think you're one of them said you know they're moving away from where the NBA's going the NBA is shoot. Three's threes position Lewis basketball switch. Everything the Lakers. You're the Lakers are going old school. They're bringing in bigs who who use post ups and all that stuff well what they've done is they've used. These bigs to put up a wall in front of the rim. They lead the league in in blocked shots with seven point four game but mace. The reason it's working is that they're bigs. And this is the whole key to that. Yeah Wipe Wipe. Lincoln knew something that the rest of the League didn't all. These bigs run the floor. The Lakers are second in points in the paint in the NBA. The the RYEN MEMPHIS WHO STINKS BUT MEMPHIS throws the ball inside and drummer aunt drives to the rim. Right for the Lakers. Get a layup slotted. dunks watt alley their top but their second in the League in fast-break points And so they didn't they they said we're going to be big defensively but offensively we're GONNA run. Yeah and that's you know they're twenty nine and seven and everybody was wondering has the warriors is everybody copied the warriors what the warriors invented and the Lakers Kinda zagged and went the other way said what if we made team speed us by shooting long distance and in every game even the Senate funneling everybody into those pigs. It's kind of going back to what Phil Jackson duty when he had Kobe. And Ron Harper. Go Way out on the guards get right in their face and told him look if the guard beat you off the dribble. Don't don't worry about it because they're going to run into shack up and that that's a case of this last night in in in in this league now. This is a little inside basketball but the the big thing everybody does is high screen enroll. Yes sure they basically get your big and they do. Not Anthony Davis all the time they get him to come out to the free throw line. They run a screen so he has to pick up the guard which he's actually quick enough to do and then that opens up the rim. Yes but the Lakers always have another big in the game and last night Javale McGee had six blocks and two the White Howard had five. AD had eight. Yeah so they've they've come up with a way. If you're going to beat the Lakers you better be. You gotTa have people can shoot outside and you've got to have people that can hit shots like Kawai. Yona climate like eight shots in a row on opening night. So the Lakers aren't perfect. But they're really good and they found a new way to win. Yeah no they are are up the but there's a there's a whole couple of holes there couple of holes that I can see where I will tell you next Mason Ireland. ESPN LA YEAH ESPN LA Mason. I put happy New Year. Two Thousand Twenty about that. Hey we're going to start the New Year John Friday Friday fifth row Friday well first of all yes fifth row Friday this week got a pair of tickets. The Lakers Orlando big game. Friday in Dallas Against Luke Stripe a Friday January. This these tickets are for January. Fifteenth Lakers Orlando autographed basketball seats in the fifth row. Got To pay attention to everything anything we say. Do not miss a minute this week. The pop quiz will be Friday and Friday. John You know what I love more than anything else. We'd I love going out and seeing the PPO CNN our people. And we'd.
"guayas" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"By Robert. the Tom Hartman program. Greetings, my friends patriots lovers of democracy. Truth and Justice believers in peace, freedom and the American way. Hey, happy post Christmas. Pre New Year's Eve boy is there. A pile of news, by the way, the second hour of our program today for the entire hour. Congressman Mark Po-Chun will be with us taking your calls your opportunity to lobby in one of the top two progresses in congress. He is the co chair the congressional progressive caucus along with Pramilla giant Paul who we're going to start getting on the program. More often. Sean, I think that would be a good thing. We have learned that. Well, there's a bunch of stuff that I want to get to today. The the main story I want to talk about in this first hour is how what Donald Trump is doing with the veteran's administration and what and what Guayas was his lessening. No, it wasn't guys. Publicity's our writer friend. Guys type graphs Tiberius guy. Davis. They what they did to the Roman empire is the I it's an amazing story, and I'm gonna get to that in just a minute. In fact, I want to make that kind of the main focus of this hour, but there is just like so much the news that I just wanted to touch on real quickly, and we can get into more detail as time goes on. And and by the way, we're we're we're calling this anything goes into near end a year week, so pretty much anything you want to talk about feel free to give us a call. First of all, you know, the story that is being played in the press about Donald Trump's phone call with a seven-year-old over the weekend. He and Milania were manning the phones with NORAD were little kids can call and say, where's Santa's reindeer. Santana's reindeer NORAD says well, it looks like they're coming over Boston right now. So he got this little girl Coleman Lloyd seven year old girl on the phone and told her that he didn't he thought it was only marginal for a girl who is seven years old to believe in Santa Claus. Now. Everybody's like oh my God. Donald Trump is trying to ruin Christmas. I don't think that's the big story. And I think everybody else's missed the biz the big story. And this this is what kind of blows my mind, frankly. The big story is the Donald Trump being a malignant narcissist being the center of his own movie being the only person in the universe who is a real person who actually feels emotions Donald Trump doesn't understand appropriate behavior. Literally doesn't understand appropriate behavior. He doesn't know when it's time to say something and time to not say something and the consequence of that is not into the horrible consequence of that is not, you know, for us as a country is not that he's blowing up Santa for seven year olds is that when when aero on gets him on the phone the dictator a Turkey and says, you know, I want to I want to slaughter the Kurds in northern Syria. Will you please get out of the way? So that I can do this Trump goes, okay? They're yours. Without even a thought. Right. This is this is a symptom of something much much larger. Meanwhile, we just learned that indeed Donald Trump got his bone Spurs from a doctor who was renting his office and apartment. In fact, doctors renting their offices and apartments from his dad. Fred, apparently, it was a favor this over the times. A second child in the last couple of days has this time in eight year old boy from Guatemala has died in our custody, Donald Trump and Kirsten Nielsen now have I believe it's over thirty deaths. On her watch. This is Philippe Alonzo Gomez. He he'd he died hours before Christmas. He died on Christmas Eve. And then back on December eighth Jacqueline. Cal McCain also Guatemala died after fewer than forty eight hours in ice custody. Here in Portland, the tradition. The national tradition is continuing Germain Massey. Young African American guy lives in up in Washington state. He'd never into Portland before he came down to see Travis Scott play at the motor center and was staying at the DoubleTree hotel in the Lloyd district. He'd already checked in his stuff was in his room. He came back from the concert. Notice on his phone that his mother had called, and it was kinda laid back east. So he decided he'd give her a shout before he got up to the hotel rooms we sat down in the lobby to call his mom, and they call the police on him. Yup. Talking on the phone while black. Meanwhile, the Saudis are have have apparently successfully gotten one of their guys out twenty one years old. Abu Abdul Rahman, some air nura Twenty-one is accused of killing Fallon smart. Fifteen of Portland, Oregon. He's been missing for a year. This guy who killed this little kid was hit and run apparently a drunken hit and run. And now the Saudi Arabia has notified the Portland police. Yeah, we got him out of the country. Parents. They got him a phony passport and put him on a private plane moral of the story. If you're Saudi enrich not to worry. There's no extradition treaty with Saudi Arabia, and we're discovering why Donald Trump doesn't want interest rates to go up. Deutsche bank. Holds a bunch of loans that all Trump's interest payments. Go up when interest rates go up. He does fifty million dollars on the Trump Tower in Chicago. It's prime minus five five tenths of a percent. Over fifty million dollars in the old post office in Washington that's prime plus two percent. Oh my God. And the Trump national Durell in Miami. He goes over fifty million bucks and its prime minus point seven five. And that's just the stuff that we know about Deutsche Bank is revealed it and last little head-scratching thing, and then I'm going to get into this whole privatization rant which I like I said, I really wanna make the focus of this hour. Jerry Falwell junior. Has engaged in. What according to the Miami New times is an exceedingly odd business deal. I mentioned this last week very briefly, but the story has gotten much more bizarre and much larger. He and his wife are staying at the front and blue they met this twenty one year old pool boy and suddenly Falwell junior. They welcomed the pool attendant into their lives began flying them around on a private jet and put up millions of dollars to help his business ventures. He didn't even have any business ventures before Jerry Falwell decided that he was going to be best buds with this young man, shall we say? The bay. They bought a building for one point eight million dollars in gave part of it to the pool. Boy. Along with one hundred and twenty bed hostel where beds cost twenty dollars a night. What's that about? The deal was set up by Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's lawyer. Oh, really was the pool. Boy. And try and put an Falwell put eight hundred thousand dollars into renovations for this property. There's something going on here. And nobody's willing to say it out loud. I'm not gonna say a lot. I'll just let you scratch your head and wonderful wonder what the heck is going on. But apparently right after falwell's first encounters with the pool boy in Miami. He quote told Grenada Granda to search for a profitable business idea and promised that he would purchase financier established this business for him. The falwell's had bought the property for four point six five million dollars. And he is now one of the owners, the pool boy, something strange. Okay. Let me get to the Roman Republic. The fall of the Roman Republic. This is absolutely fascinating stuff. I did is one of our book reports week or two ago mortal Republic by j raw watts. It's a the subtitle is how Rome fell into tyranny. And basically it boils down to this these to quote popularity's populists Tiberius crackers and his younger brother guys who know in the later years of the Roman empire where the where the emperors and their big contribution Roman history is that they privatize the Roman military now by the late second century BC. By that time the army had essentially been privatized. Now prior to this in the early days of the Republic soldiers thought of their participation in military service as a civic duty right monk in the book view over in the New York Times today, which is how soldiers think of service to America right now, unless they happen to work for blackwater. So once the army was privatized. What happened was and I quote from the review commanders knew that the plunder at Newlands could garner. The vast riches soldiers signed up for the ride in the hope of gaining generously with soldiers increasingly loyal to their commanders and commanders doing whatever it took demand that maximize the prospect of private profit the Senate there is the government of Rome was no longer in charge. Thus the Roman empire collapsed. It was privatization. Now. Meanwhile, we learn this also from the New York Times this from back in November and the final months of the Obama. Oh, this hang on. Just a second the wrong story. The other thing that we learned is that the the where does that go? Okay. Well, the the the the bottom line here. Is that the Trump administration? Oh, here is the VA was taken advantage of by paying billions and fees. Secretary says it's called the veterans choice program and to give to cut Trump a little slack. This is actually rolled out during the Obama administration. Another brilliant neoliberal idea. Let's privatize the VA, but the two companies who are hired around the program. They have taken twenty four percent of all cash two billion dollars in phase one of the worst one of the two big companies try, well, I don't know if it's worse, but try west healthcare alliance despite a criminal investigation of the company for wire fraud misused government funds, handling billions of dollars of your tax money. Senator Jon tester of Montana says if it costs more to be in the private sector. If administration costs are higher benefits are going to be cut. Yeah. So here we see how privatization of the military took down the Roman empire and Trump is now aggressively privatizing our Veterans Administration, and in fact, it's gone on steroids since the Obama administration handed this program off to them. Meanwhile, they're not cracking down on corporate crime. In fact, L contrary the final months of the Obama administration. Walmart was under pressure from federal officials to pay nearly a billion dollars and accept a guilty plea for bribery investigation. Barclays owed seven billion dollars. Royal Bank of Scotland was in a criminal investigation. After President Trump took office. They looked to his administration for a more sympathetic ear and got one where Ben protests in the New York Times. Car across the corporate landscape. The Trump administration has presided over a sharp decline in financial penalties against banks and big companies accused of malfeasance they are as they say giving away the store. Sixty two percent drop in penalties imposed sixty two percent drop in Iliffe illicit profits ordered returned seventy two percent decline in corporate penalties.
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So I would probably like I think me I said I would buy be grown. It's probably still true. I would probably still invest more yourself. But could you weaponize it. Probably not, but I would probably get more drone because more going always better. That's the next step, you know, weaponising or at least dropping firecracker bombs. Nice. That'd be fun. Didn't drone? You use a now MO. I'm currently using the medic pro and a love it good machine. And it's such like Nicomedes about the science. There's there's big drones, but you don't carry them around right, like you don't and the best cameras, the one that you have with you, the old wisdom. And if I go on a hike and I can pack something that is like, you know, four hundred grams or some public carried a ten kilogram of around nine bunks well, then guess what the government, you know, you gotta bring it and you say, you wanna use a drone with bicycling. So there's a, this is new coming trend or like drones that are fully alternates. You just basically start them and they just trek you. You're biking, you know, in the nice path just these awesome show. Parts of the Jones. Just following you to the forest, for example, writing trees and all of that, and you get really amazing, furthers you riding the bike and the maverick pro definitely has active track. Right? It does, but not to that extent. Yeah, it's still like something you have to kind of like pay attention to, and I think having only has forward sensors and what's facing simply doesn't have anything to the sides. So it's not that good of a new ring inside the forest and they're like dedicated loans. Now that have like billion sensors or you know all around it and it will automatically board obstacles, you know, tree branches and all of that. And it's just from stamp on find it wrench. Results point of view. Awful. It seems like DJ I basically has the markets, so not like they're their devices are so popular and so comprehensive. I don't know that anybody comes close to them then certainly true. I mean, gopro try tried, right? Yeah, they did. And what really close, it's hard to do, but you could certainly burn a lot of cash over there. Yes, you can. Yup. And I just picked up cycling and it's even more extensive there. Oh, yeah. Yeah, you get five. You swallow a five grand in bicycling in no time at all. Just a few carbon fiber frame and a couple of carbon fiber rims and you're done. That's it. You don't even have a gear change your. Yeah, that's right. Yeah, grand is basically hop. Bye. Well, I dig the frame, but those rims are brittle enough that you hit them hard and they and they don't bend. They shatter. And you're starting over time for new room? Yeah. Don't do that. No make you sad. So what's interesting now is in hindsight, realizing I remember reading about the compatibility pack when you first announced late last year, and if it meaning do the show for a while is now with the core three announcements and how they wanna add in the new versions of windfarms and WPF. It's it very much is model after the same mindset of it's just a separate package that you add on. Although we probably would not make it in new package, we'll probably make it an optional. You become up. And the reason for that is that you get packages version, right? And all them Burs entities that they can get out of sync the family, your targeting, that the problem you have to avenge the nets right? Where when you quit from core tools to one, you wanted to corresponding version of as being the tool version of ace and that right in real incomes and WPF, but you'll even get to the point where you can just say so much dude on fabric away, but you just referenced with the foam, Saudi low. You don't spend by the version because you just get this whatever comes right, and so we'd be calm, be trying to come up with more to the Hobie can have the same logic there, but you basically just I wanna forms. I want WPN not specifying version and you just magically bind to the one that is correct one for your right or you gonna question you seem to be scrubbing hunts of all version numbers are made equally that the version of you're running dictates versions of the. Other things you will run. So core is the more important version number? Correct. All right. So yeah, we don't wanna know what the version number of the WPA PF or win forms that will run against core will even be just wanted to look at version of corrigo. I'll get that. And if I upgrade court should upgrade that don't let you all right. Yeah, that's the. Inconsistent stay. That doesn't even run anymore. Right. And I could see that happening because you go and grab a new version of core ahead of the new. I know windfarms go now what is like, well, let me downgraded take you back to to all the version has everything you want running in it. Right. Basically the the only thing you want to control the is down for the call platform and everything else just follow in nine of that, you go up. You go down, just wanted to come setting, right? That's the goal. But if you guys put on a new version of core ahead of new versions of other API's, we may have to downgrade core. Like you could almost see a tool where you Slyke find me the highest version number of everything that will work together. Yes, it's a hard problem. Yeah. No, I mean, every single time using package managers that that's what it is. Yeah. Well, this idea that there's actually a hierarchy to version number significance, right? Logically cores, your most important version number and most other things are dictated from there right up until it doesn't work to lose a problem with that. Yeah. 'cause you guys can't wait forever like you can't hold back releasing version of core while you wait for every other team to upgrade their things. You need to get that version out there. The people can upgrade to it will upgrade to it, but maybe there's almost aversion checking thing. As you go to upgrade core, it checks all the packages will what's going to need to be replaced. Is that available before it goes ahead. Yeah, that is kind of what we have done. I mean, we kind of try to make the platform itself at least in long composed and terms of packages, right. So as being that already kind of moved away from that, like in two point, one gonna have version number of that in the package because it's coming from the UK. Right. So the use of the number of moving pieces that you have to worry about are are just less right. And then you only think about their party components and for those the hope that they're largely gnostic right there actually just right because realistically, the biggest problems of competitive usually within the fabric itself, because you know, of course, our instrumentation depend on each other and depend on the specifics on each other versus things that took on top just depend on the public API then that much cleaner and much easier things we went about. And so you know, chances are if you up grade from dot net core, you know one one, two, you get packages, don't have to be. Have to just continue to do good enough job of backgrounds, competitor fabric or within the fabric layer itself. We really don't think about what will happen if you upgrade, you know, because system on the as bench all the other way around. Yeah, and it's very hundred, reasonable those things. And that's where stuff tends to break the twelve man. It's really hard to believe that there's twenty two thousand windows specific API's in the framework. You know, I mean, I would be more than that. Actually the fabric is accordingly. API's fifty thousand eight hundred framework. And then I would guesstimate that windfarms and WPN combined probably on the order of between fifty and a hundred thousand. I would say, yeah, I guess you know when you put it that way. But I mean most of the is just you know, properties or something right. It suddenly a small number, like twenty thousand sounds like good news when you're up against two hundred fifty thousand what you mean the lesson ten percent. That's awesome. Right, right. That goes to show you what actually did port we have. I guess the question is, when I look at this, listen again, I'm on back on your blog post again of the these window. They're not. We weren't only windows only ones, but they were really their API's that were sort of Jason to this problem. How many of these you feel more deprecated like you. You should be doing this different way now. Yeah, that's a good question. I think dip is also someone in the eye of the beholder. I, depending on what your task is something the more propia and other would say take sequel right? If you build Facebook sequel, you would probably think of deprecated register, don't build a scalable cloud platform on top of the secret servant -sarily. Right. I mean, look can. Oh flow. Yes, they you see, cool. But you know, they, you see cool. Like, you know, they are like million cash in front of it. It's like if you out you only wanna think about how you catch stuff all you avoid. We computing things like hitting the disk and particular. Right, right. And so if you up to mice for that scenario, Yep. Sequel looks like a bad choice. Right? Other things that cause or or you know what the other name business catching solutions effectively that that the distribute stuff and memories so that, yeah, you know, you don't have to the discus much, and so those are more procreate there and the same suit other kids. I mean, some people would think others deprecate. It'd and Jason is the new thing, right? Right again, it depends if you have to ride it an echo because that's what the customer needs that it's the interface back tells you to do then XML is fine and like there's there's those kind of aspect. And then there's just latent thing choices that always fight on alone opposite. I mean, you really shouldn't use arrangements and you really shouldn't use hashtag l. you shouldn't really use list of tea and dictionary, or you know, same UV light performance counters better way through diagnostics. Now you really shouldn't use car at all anymore. And so I would say if in the you know, purely obsolete attack, I don't think even that much, I think I would guess it's probably fifteen percents, twenty percent of the competitive maximum. And the rest is just into wall whether you considered obsolete or not depends on your scenario and your, you know how us and that is also what makes it really hard for us to have this binary decision that should either obsolete. Well, you know. Pens. And so like sometimes you know, you have to give people guidance and say, well, depending on which abbey building they're better, and there there were to be made and I'm sitting what you wanna get out of this and then make the choice quote, you know, really. What's what's the biggest hurdle people are going to run into when using the compatibility pack? I think the biggest fallen is likely than people over estimate home many gaps it fills because it sounds like it's filling a log. I, I mean, it's, you know, twenty two thousand API or whatever. It's difficult and size. Like, I think like, you know, hostels core or something. But you know if you have an existing desktop app, you know, win WPF today to compare those not close that gap used to have to rethink your you. I using as Panetta NBC on fabric is the move to connect core, right? So there's still stuff you have to do in order to get to core. And so depending on what have you have like the big of the app is the more you know windows in this you have the the heart will be deported for. So what we usually do is trying to make it so that people think more from the bottom up, like usually when people move. Core that don't move the whole core then move part of the app to core, but I'd say particular service particular control app or something, and then they're doing this really wanna share controls or component between, you know the existing that this do to maintain because they have third young core, and then
"guayas" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
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"guayas" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"So they fixed the learning in a horizontal position to a piece of wood, and then they closed the bottom end using tissue paper, which I guess is a pretty good stand in for the type of membrane that would be present. If this were connected to a, you know the rest of a body and then they poured seven hundred fifty grams of pure lead, which was at around four hundred and fifty degrees celsius four hundred fifty degrees celsius is eight hundred and forty two degrees Fahrenheit. So nothing to sneeze. No, definitely not. And what happened was immediately huge amounts of steam began to a burst out of both ends of this layer necks. And of course, that piece of tissue paper was no match for this kind of pressure and steam. It was shot out with force, they said, and then within ten seconds, as you mentioned, everything had congealed and the lead completely. Filled the lair necks and hardened creating a shape the perfect cross section of the larynx once it had cooled. But there's something fascinating here because after everything in cool to they examine the larynx, they take cross sections and look at them under a light microscope. They find that the throat mucous layer been completely burned off and the muscle was cooked or damage to the depth of only about one centimeter which is fascinating because you know, initially some of us are probably thinking, well, a hot molten metal is gonna shoot straight down your throat, burning everything in its path, and you know fall out of your Austrailia for lack of a better phrase, yeah, but as reach newer rights in article for Smithsonian called, here's what actually happens during execution by molten gold. It's not the metal that kills, you know, it's it's the pressure and the steam. The absolute ferocity of think about, like when you even if you have a pan, right, hot pan and you put it under cold water in the sink. If it's hot enough, that thing produces all kinds of steam. That's very, very hot. Can you imagine molten liquid being poured on your flesh, who absolutely the difference of temperature would cause that insane amount of pressure and steam and rupture your your gutty parts. I mean, on the outside of your body alone, that's unimaginably painful, but then on your innards on your insides. This gets to point where the victim is probably thinking, just let me die and we know we mentioned Rome, right? And we mentioned the use of molten lead the practice of pouring some sort of molten metal down person's throat was also used by the Spanish during the inquisition. Yup. Again, taste of their own medicine. And more ways than one and I have to ask this is something where we insert our own opinions. Are you cool with that Sherman? Wanna hear some. I want to hear your take on this. Do you think the tribe was justified in this massacre. This sort of? That's a big question. Do you think the tribe is justified in murdering, this governor this way? I don't know, man. I mean they had been dicta around so much that I think they probably had had enough and they wanted to make an example out of him. You know, it was brutal times and they had been treated with brutality, and you know, I mean, these tribal people had a history of brutality in and of themselves. So it's certainly not something they just invented out of whole cloth because they were pushed too far. Right? These violent delights, violent ends. Yeah, and delight. Obviously is not the right word for this, but we're, we're by no means saying that anyone involved in this had some sort of inborn predisposition towards these acts of violence. What we are saying is that when people are for. Forced into a situation where brutality becomes of Okabe Larry, right? Where where we communicate through these acts of violence, then this escalation occurs. You know, you can check out various podcast. We in our cohort have done on torture devices, right? And one thing you'll find is that torture goes across all civilizations and all cultures. But in this case they go out on a limb here and say, I think he added come into them. Yeah, I think so too. I think he, I think he earned this. I think you earned this torture. Of course, we can't condone the massacre of twenty five thousand people not all of whom would be fundamentally involved in these gross acts of injustice. The way it's written and everything that I saw was that they were fighting back against being overtaxed, but they had been colonized in the first place, and you know, essentially forced to work for for nothing and had their natural resources totally commodified by an invading people. Right. So you know it wasn't the best. Arrangement in the first place. This isn't even like a rebellion. This is a revolt. This is like a slave revolt yet. Absolutely because these people were considered inhuman and the Spanish government was saying, well, we can do whatever we want, because ultimately we're bringing them to outwear converting them to our religion. Therefore, our means are justified. And you know, this is a fascinating terrible thing that we see. So often in colonial history. Also, the Spanish were singularly obsessed with gold myopically, so. Sure. Yeah. And you know, speaking of being myopically obsessed with wealth, have you heard of Crassus? The Roman figure of great opulence. Yes, yes, I have. And this is a great time to bring up Marcus Cineas Crassus, borne one fifteen BC. He was a Roman politician, right? Even taught taught smother Romans few things big time. He was only a politician. He was considered one of the wealthiest men in Republican Rome, and he got there by corrupt means corrupt means there was a lot of invasion of other cultures as well as we know all roads lead to Rome because they just kind of took everything at the end of those roads. Right? So he was a hugely responsible had a very successful military career where he would. You know, he essentially gained control over most of Italy in his struggle against the forces of Guayas Mario's and Cornelius Cinna, and his father was part of that, and he actually committed suicide. And then Crassus took off and fled to Spain, and he ended up siding with the opposing force in that conflict a leader named. So. Sola against Maria's and he was able to reap the benefits of that through a practice called prescription, which is where you take the spoils of war from your defeated foes, right? You essentially commodified their property, they're slaves their lands, and they become your personal wealth. It's important to mention the slave ary aspect there because again, slaves at the time were considered property, not people. This is like a for modern analog. This is similar to civil forfeiture. Civil forfeiture is the practice in the US whereby law enforcement can confiscate property invoke crime is suspected, and it changes a little bit state to state. But this is on a much higher level this this is as no said spoils of war and all you have to do. Do is declare someone an enemy of the state. But why are we bringing up Crassus here? He is rumored to have met a delightfully violent and as well at the hands of a another group that he was attempting to conquer and that group were was known as the Parthenon's or they about then the partying empire was a major Sucio political Power located in modern day Iran and Iraq. So it's just across the frady's and Crassus says he has Syria as province. And he said, that's not enough. I want more. I want the riches of Partha so he crosses the river and he wants to prove that he also is a military force to be reckoned with. There's some internal competition in the. Empire, big time, and that specifically was he? He was one of the responsible parties for starting the triumph for it between himself Julius Caesar, and ultimately his greatest nemesis Pompeii Pompei the great Pompeii. The great exactly. And in fact, he had such a beef with palm pay that when people would use this nickname Pompeii, the great he would respond. How big is he? He's just he's just such a Bill man and his clan to as plan to attack Partha just doesn't doesn't work out because they have different type of attack strategy. Oh, for sure. It's a, it's a different terrain than he's used to operating on very sandy terrain, and it's a pretty poorly formed plan. But before we get into that and finish that just wanted to mention some of his bona fides and some of what led to his beef with Pompeii. He was responsible for quashing the Spartak his slave rebellion, right? You've you've all seen the movie. I am. I am Spartacus and all of that between seventy thousand two hundred twenty thousand slaves who basically formed an army who had created a huge CRA full in the Roman empire, and it was his job. Crassus, his job to deal with this right? And he ultimately did after is legion under the leadership of a lieutenant by the name of mummy as failed miserably. When mummy disregarded Crassus orders, crisis was also ruthless because he instituted this punishment for this disobedience called decimation where in one in ten soldiers in this five hundred man, part of the army were killed by their cohorts full of you of their colleagues. We have to interject now I have to check to least now in this story to say room is the origin of. Of the word decimate. When you hear someone describe something as decimated, they should not be saying that if they mean destroyed right annihilated and this seemed like shooting yourself in the foot to you're literally like getting rid of your precious troop. He's Irv. There's also borne wealthy channel. It's not as if he earned his way up by his bootstraps now. And this was a time to just being wealthy. You could like by your own army necessarily like a standing government army, a rich man could come forth and pay enough money to have his own army. From how stuff works in the Grammy museum. This is required listening here from the musical artists on the planet every week, Sean Diddy combs come on. Journey was always having to deal with a narrative that somebody else had kind of put out there for my life to go. And I wanted to change the narrative just in general of how hip hop is perceived. 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"guayas" Discussed on This Week In Google
"I ended earlier i was thinking that it is a posted this guy's probably my age right it's a he's charles wellington first i'm sorry sir george grove the painters charles won't enforce from the royal college college of art music and he looks a little like ben franklin does mi just stood and we're glad my guayas over gentleman older gentleman this beyond so are you ready stacy and it can't because texas is the other state all of that is a so says that chat room busy can try it this is in illinois in texas illinois has a state law what the what that says you can't do biometric facial recognition catches your permission for forint i mean it is seems odd because obviously a lot of what like if you have an iphone ten you're doing it if you pose actor to facebook you're doing it does it is phase out there evidence that excess well no bit so this as a privacy aspect so the iphone does not share your face with goals or apples a efforts so that's what this is about facebook has been sued by illinois attorney general okay because they're mandating this is exactly what facebook to us so yeah oh they suit a lot of people solely illinois his it's sick as argued with snapchat shudder fly united airlines this rush like a strange law uh maybe it wasn't written correctly but i mean if you choose to do it shows you should be able to do it yeah mingle isn't exactly upfront about like when your friends like check out this cool app is not like google saying the app could stop and say you know you're doing now on houses tubes he'll have to be not as i understand it's uploading your picture to google soya surge i mean it's kind of hey that is a theory highbar there's a lot of people whose once you don't understand what's happening.
"guayas" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To charge for something that actually the postal service will do for free and ons game aside dot com we give the address where you can mail a letter just nitz santa claus will be sending your child and wcm this to alaska uh they will post marked the letter from santo back to your child and it'll come from the north pole so i it's it's really unfortunate how the the scammers will take advantage of just about anything yavuz of the the problem is is one of many postal sales because i'm now hearing about the i'm out never hearing about of fake u s p s dot com stuff coming what's happening with its in the end it will pick up the budget the door well they're saying hey look at you can get free postage for six months just entering your information now and we'll it will in world cricket ship for you boy that's just blake to see but there's a lot i hear this old people they're falling for that scam there are and you know people that make the are all of a sudden thinking they're going to get something for nothing or if sounds legitimate or even the email address me up shearer like it's coming from the the coastal guayas shock and that's the real that's the real problem is is when you don't check out the never gm personal information which in response to an email unless you absolutely confirmed in general and and then you can't feel becker lineups senior to fall for scams and then it's kind of one of these things where it this is just another indication that will last few miles an hour off my basque parliament is or anybody can be scammed what you've just got to follow these basic rules and i mean i started out kidding but it's it's the truth you trust me you can't trust clubs rudd knows it listen that's true steve wise wiseman wrote the book identity theft alerts and of course the truth about avoiding scams in one of his several books he's had on the air with a scam aside dot com is as website you talk about fake emails and one of the biggest quake email scam steve the new that you let us onto many years ago is the irs scams but a few dozen email number one number two and they rarely make phone calls but there are according to your website back i think i thought friday or saturday problems with irs private collectors right this was something where it just boggles my mind years ago the irs actually did higher by collectors to collect on behalf of the.
"guayas" Discussed on WDRC
"The uboat base was into the gulf of mexico to a twoweek patrol and returned to france without being refuel uh so was incredible and that's that's why we were so surprised that they got into the gulf and if they needed to stay longer they could meet with but they nicknamed a milk cow us sub that just carried fuel an extra torpedoes and could refuel out out in the open ocean and a secret grid so i you know this came as a surprise to us in in that's why we got caught unaware i guess i'm wondering about that because i live on the pacific coast on wrote a bit about the history hernan seen some of it we had blend bases we had up controls on the pacific coast we knew that the japanese were likely to put subs off our coasts and in fact they did in fact one of them sheldon area not too far from your from where i love it at the santa barbara shelling no no this is a shelling of a little town called hammond in the state of oregon god gelled and there's a little memorial day other they didn't hit anything of note but but they were able to drop shells on on uh the american mainland and they got it on antibiotics or as well uh but they didn't have nearly to think that the japanese subject clearly this success that the germans did and you know that key for me in their research was with so close to home we thought we'd really you know be talking about a survival story survival at sea like my others something books but we found the war diarrhea of the german uboat commander that thank the downs family and that changed everything may change the whole trajectory of the book uh because we we actually grew to respect this young man who was only twenty eight years old he was not a nazi uh iit he was serving his country and in his board ireneo he talks about why did a certain thing uh his feelings as motions uh hardships on the uboat when we put the postal home together after finding that um oftentimes that alternating chapter michael to guayas whose the author most recently is so slow still harm we'll be back in just a moment you're listening to the bars larson show.