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"gulliver" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"You can't really debate it, but their record just isn't where the selfie. Of course. I think the Celtics would have fallen off. Yeah. No, I think we did a podcast before. The season start I did it with Ben gulliver and I said, is this Celtics window closed? I mean, I wasn't being completely serious, but there's something that you said about can it seem lose a coach and it's one is important as you Joker was and be as good and they've been fantastic, man. They've been so good. I'm with you. I do think Tatum is definitely going to be in the top three of the MVP conversation. All season long, and if he continues at this face, I would bet on him to win. The reason I want to bring up the Celtics and I think something really fascinating is brewing here. Boston's offense, like I said, it's been incredible. They're catch and shoot numbers are insane. Like grant Williams was also shooting 48% from three. I don't have the latest numbers, but I wrote the story, I think, for Wednesday, like him, Horford, Derek white, those guys were all shooting at least 40% Brogdon was at like 38%. Sam Hauser oh my God, PETA was dropping in Sam Hauser stats the other day. That guy's on cloud 9. I don't even want to acknowledge the houser problem. He's the one taking the most. He's taking the most threes of anyone on that team per 100 possessions and he's drilling them. He's over 50% with them. So it's basically what we were saying before about hurt her, except you know, granted someone that it doesn't play as much as herder, but it's still on a team where everybody else is contributing that way, particularly with some of the injuries that they've had. You'll absolutely take it. And again, we'll see regression to the mean, but everybody they plug in is a great point. Another thing is even if their offense aggressive, I don't know if they'll finish as the best offense. I didn't be a history. The thing is, it just makes sense on paper when you look at it because they're shooting is so good. And if Jalen and Jason beat there one on one matchup, your defense is screwed. Like once you get caught in a rotation against these guys, they swing the ball so well. But even if the offense gets worse, then they get Robert Williams back and that changes their defensive ceiling from what it is now, but what's interesting to me is the Celtics have this incredible offense. Meanwhile, I looked this up today. Do you know what the defensive rating of Milwaukee starting 5 is with brook Lopez, Giannis, holiday, and Grayson Allen? If I had to guess, because where do they rank team wide on their not the top seemingly anymore? They are, they are. There's still number one at one O 4.9. So I'm assuming that their bench falls off quite a bit. So that starting 5 has to be like high 80s low 90s. 89.2, Chris. 89. That you were right there, brother. So maybe I'd looked at it a couple weeks ago.

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"gulliver" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"gulliver" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"When your turn, your turn, if you're doing it right, is you're turning, and then you're replacing that left hip with your right hip as the way through. Your right hip should really be pointing at the target eventually where you're going to. Absolutely. And so that's why it's a frustrating game for me because I will never perfect it no matter how good I get. And that's why I keep coming back to it. And so Joey's put together a really great event for a really great cause. And I was really excited to get the call this year to be a part of it. Again, if you need someone on your back, I mean, I'm available. We already know that this is the deal. You and I have made this deal. We're putting this out. We made this deal. Now peacock, peacock has the tie, right? NBC sports. NBC puts on the American century championship in Tahoe. Every year. Every year. And my agents have been in conversations with it, and I know you're supposed to not try to solicit an invite. But according to we've been trying for years and I'm telling you right now, American century, I could win the thing. And if I do, if I do get to go, if I've ever asked to go, that guy right over there, he's on the back. He knows my game pretty well. I know your game really well. Yeah. And so amazing to see the bond you two have created. Total bromance. Yeah. But it is. Awesome. Golf. I mean, we're trying to get you guys to play for years. It's a lot of fun. Just saying. I need to talk to rich. About the NFL Draft, of course. But I also need to talk about his golf because I want to join the club that he's in. That's what I want to do. Don't we all? All right, when we come back, our namesake rich eyes and joins us from Las Vegas when we come back here on the rich eisen show. Welcome back, everybody that rich eisen show we've had a heck of a show and we're not even close to being finished, right? We got our main man rich eyes and coming up in just one second. Then at 11 or in the top of the third hour, Ben gulliver, Washington Post NBA writer, and then at the midway point of the final hour here of hour number three, a friend of the show, Kevin Connolly is going to join it. But let's welcome in our namesake here at the rich eisen show, mister rich eisen live from Las Vegas. Hey rich, how we doing? How are you, sir? I'm doing really well. I've had a fun show so far. I really have. Oh, he was wonderful. It was wonderful. We got to talk a lot of things, and I appreciate you this morning. You've been a mentor of mine and I just wanted some insight on how to go to about interview and some of these great players and stuff and you were really helpful. So thank you for that. Thanks for doing what you've been doing. I wish you still drunk after the jets draft last night. Oh my God, come on, man. I am drunk. We can't live in a world where the jets are competent. How would you have liked if you were like, let's just say you're some dude from Quincy, right? You save up all your time and your efforts to pop a flight from Logan to mccarran. The home of where Serrano once famously took the discs. check in your hotel. You're just all fired up. Patriots 21. They're going to pick fired up. You go to that draft hall, you drink all day, like 8 o'clock at night, kind of tired, find out bills, trade down a 29, then they go ahead after all this time, a whole long trip for Quincy all the way to the hotel year in Las Vegas, all the way through to 29. It's some guy from Chattanooga you got a Google to find out who he is. It's just, you know, there was some dude in Amendola Jersey. We shot that show. Network last night is just like looking around, like, okay. Once again, infill we trust could have just stayed at home. Stayed at home. Played a little bit, played a little bit of the scratch off winners and kept their coming here and putting their money down on a table, you know? To save the time. But if you're a Jets fan, you're glad you didn't stay home. Wow. Oh my God, it's like the greatest weekend ever. Like you should go and you should just bet everything. About everything. Go see what the odds are right now. Since you're in Vegas, the jets winning the AFC next year. What is it? Oh, I wouldn't do that. No, they're safe for pets. No. But hey, I wouldn't do that. Come on. You got to feel that way. You got Jermaine, you got Jermaine Johnson at what? You got him at 26. You just take 20 and put it down on your favorite jet number. 12. For name it, you know? Go ahead. That's what I would do if I, you know, had the ability to do that as an NFL employee, we're just staring at the food menus around here. So, but that was what was the biggest shock for you last night on the coverage. You're on air, breaking news happens. Was it the Marquise Brown? Oh, no. The AJ Brown. Yeah. I mean, you know, Brock when you posted it right away. Yeah..

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"gulliver" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:29 min | 10 months ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A really interesting conversation Someone widely tipped her someday or on the bank of Canada we will see on that as well Lisa bramwell's time Keith shows you where this and here on your equity tobacco of Friday And on the continuing tobacco this morning Gina Martin Adams joins us our chief equity strategist for Bloomberg intelligence What is your single clarion note this morning on what happened Friday Oh I think Friday was a continuation of what happened all week last week and that is the market starting to get quite concerned that interest rates are going to go much higher much faster than we had anticipated And some concern that the fed is going to really attack the balance sheet with quantitative tightening and mass I think that the market was sort of tiptoeing its way into pricing a tighter fed But now we're just going full steam ahead into the partition of profitability because what I see is profitability companies seem to be doing okay Yep And wow the less profitable companies are getting a hammer That's absolutely the case And one of the problems we have is those mega cap stocks that were the most profitable especially in 2020 and 2021 when we were all sitting at home Those stocks in particular are really getting creamed because not only are they less profitable than anticipated right now but they're guiding us to suggest that they may produce slower growth pace into the longer term future That combined with higher interest rates reduces the amount that investors are willing to pay for those stocks And let's not mince words This is the group in the index that is absolutely the most expensive but also the biggest And so you see this distortion play out as a result of those stocks in particular the index is down Now in the aggregate earnings are fine frankly they're actually beating expectations but it's difficult to notice when the mega caps are missing Well Gina that's exactly why don't you go I mean I was looking at it Jonathan gulliver of Credit Suisse snow that just came out where he was saying strong results just can't get no respect And that there have been incredible results and frankly it's been all in the margins The profit margins which have held up well better than people expected No one cares It's all macro At what point do the margins start to matter again Yeah they will matter Our view is that margins are actually somewhat mixed And that might be an source of weakness because we are coming from a point where net income margin growth was extraordinary operating margin growth was backing that up And over the last few quarters we've seen some chunks in that armor develop So I do think you want to be pretty cautious on margins in the short run We do need to see stabilizing conditions in terms of the supply chain which we're not seeing right now We need to see inflation peak before we can get some confidence that margins are generally fine and going to be fine going forward That said companies are beating expectations on the top and bottom line so far So this margin weakness that we're seeing when we specifically highlight margins is not necessarily showing up in the aggregate It really is a company by company industry by industry sector by sector specific phenomenon And unfortunately the results of that are again these giant companies that really dominate the S&P 500 are proving to be areas of weakness Whereas the tinier companies call them the energy stocks of the index or the materials are industrials companies are generally doing okay and in many cases better than anticipated but they're smaller They can only have so much of an impact on the top line But Gina this is actually somewhat radical what you're saying because most people have been saying the biggest companies the multinationals are able to actually have pricing power able to pass along some of the costs to consumers more easily able to absorb some of the supply chain issues You're saying that the earnings are showing the exact opposite Well for so far the communications companies have been very weak So let's take Netflix as a perfect example of a mega cap company It used to be one of the top 5 companies in the S&P 500 Now it's down to closer to number 50 Nonetheless that's a good example of a company that has generally been sort of a darling of the market This is this quarter's biggest weakness is Netflix so far Last quarter we had the same thing happened with meta formerly known as Facebook really disappointing expectations It's not necessarily that they're disappointing short term expectations It's their disappointing a combination of long-term expectations as well as they just can't sustain the pace of growth that they had during the pandemic And in many cases if you've got regulatory pressures emerging on this space out of Europe over the course of the last month you've got interest rates rising which depletes the valuations for these companies more than others in the index and that underlying concern about earnings in the longevity of this gross story that's hammering this space So it's communication stuck so far more than tech stocks will find out this week from the likes of Apple as well as Microsoft if it's embedded in the tech space too But it's more this sort of communications media tech ish space that has proven to be the biggest weakness You and Lisa are way too young to remember where utilities had value And the last ten years they stunned me up 13% Dow Jones utility index it is cratered 3% off the peak Is that is it like traditional You can hide in utilities I think some of it is traditional We've seen also consumer Staples and utilities even healthcare stocks performing quite well as investors have moved into low volatility specifically the risk there is they also are low margin entities In particular in utilities and Staples they're not profitable companies They're low vol and investors hide there when they're worried about the overall volatility of the market But will they ultimately produce that profitability for you that the rest of the market will know And so investors move into them in a short term basis Generally looking for opportunities to emerge in a more cyclical industry as volatility calms down But right now they're getting the benefit of the doubt on vault The other thing that is a big risk in this space I think is if the longer end of the curve starts to really take off this space is very debt funded So not only are they low margin but they have a lot of debt They're very reliant on the debt markets You've got to be quite careful not to over attribute to some of these low volatility Thank you so much Greatly appreciate it This morning Lisa I look at the standard and poor is less decade up 15% and utilities are up like 13% And do I want to give up only 200 basis points for that kind of.

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"gulliver" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Like I had another place He praised the courage and resilience of the Ukrainian people This has been a special report I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet App Bloomberg world headquarters Stock staged a late afternoon rally to lock in their second week of gains as investors look past a growing number of analysts calling for the Federal Reserve to embark on an aggressive string of interest rate hikes this year Victoria green is chief investment officer at G squared private wealth She says there are a lot of reasons now to be cautious This has been the fastest moving market we've been in ever since the coronavirus I mean we had a recession and a few months And this recovery was supercharged So when I look at the signals I just I don't like it but I don't like where this market is going at all And we're advising to be more of a seller of rallies than a buyer Victoria green at G squared over at UBS Mark hatefully is chief investment officer for global wealth management at UBS Switzerland He says you can not ignore the Tina trade There's a lot of people out there and I think this is something Bloomberg is mansion which is that there are no alternatives to equities in some ways because the bonds look toxic and with the inflation cash looks toxic Mark hatefully of UBS as for the U.S. economic backdrop Jonathan gallaudet's chief U.S. equity strategist at Credit Suisse securities GDP is expected to be three and a half percent That's almost double the level that's been out for the last 20 years That's a consensus view right off of Bloomberg and then inflation this year is expected to be high And in those environments stocks do well but the key is certain stocks are much better than others Jonathan gulliver of Credit Suisse securities so two weekly gains in a row for the S&P 500 Index this week up 1.8% Today advancing by 5 tenths of 1% The Dow today up 153 up four tenths NASDAQ was down 22 a drop of two tenths of 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pellet This is Bloomberg.

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"gulliver" Discussed on The Cloisters

The Cloisters

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"gulliver" Discussed on The Cloisters

"Unblinking, staring, directly at you. Basically like in my mind being like, don't recognize me, don't recognize me. Leans forward to wondering Clark, excuse me, actually, to wondering Clark's companion because we should mix him in because he's fun to gulliver wondering Clark's right hand man and says, there's at least one person here, I think we can trust. But does everything he can to avoid Ezra's eye contact? And gulliver, a sort of long haired and frazzled, but curiously clean sort of tall, skinny character sort of leans back and says, well, it seems like we'll be getting a little bit more than free set, which is. I thought this was a free sandwich trip, but apparently it's a free sandwich and information trip. I came to the right place. I'm never quite sure what you're talking about, but I'm glad that you'll hear anyway. Let me open. As well. Free sandwiches. Remember it. I'll wait for those free sandwiches, of course, gulliver. Let me add just one piece about kobo because I forgot to say this. He, he's kind of gray, sallow, is his skin as well. And I wrote this to you guys, and I like it. So I'm going to use it again. He's like, John Wick with a, I'm sorry, Constantine with a John Wick haircut. He's got that kind of like gaunt, maybe he's sick, maybe he's not like, but he doesn't look like he's in a good place. What's his forearm tattoo situation? There's long sleeves on. You're not sure what his forearm stitches, but maybe we'll find out later. And with that, we turn over to, you know, there's a wide variety of body types and sort of interesting technologies, and it's clear while many of the technologies in the room accomplish similar things. They're designed as unique..

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"gulliver" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"gulliver" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Funny to me about the evolution here, how many years did we all spend as a basketball Twitter dork saying? You got to get Giannis and four shooters. You got to get Giannis in small ball lineups. We got to see what this looks like. You know, and that has played out all well and good. I mean, he's basically a defensive player of the year candidate this year. I have a number two on my MVP ballot behind jokic right now. He's been amazing, right? But the guy they miss this year is Brooke Lopez. They miss going big and it's like the opposite of what we were all expecting for years and years. And so when you look at their team defense going from ultra elite down to just kind of average, it's because they don't have that big guy in there who, you know, you could just line up a huge frontline control the boards, you know, every defensive possessions, one shot and done. And so I do a worry just a little bit about, okay, what's their playoff defense going to look like without him? Because Lopez had a bunch of big moments last year. When he's there, it puts portis into a more effective role as well. So I expect, you know, Giannis, you're going to have to rip the title out of his hands, right? I mean, he's not going to go down easily, but if they don't have low-pass, I think they're a little bit of a shakier ship than they were last year. Yeah, you know what? I didn't even actually put that together when you think about the deficiencies that they've had on defense because you said two important things like Giannis is only playing 32 minutes and one of the best defensive bigs in the league isn't playing for you. So like, yeah, there's a lot of, there's a lot of available minutes for the box to get completely sliced and diced. I'm just going to show you on that point real quick. I mean, look what happens when LeBron has to play the 5 full-time, right? The defense is just one of the worst in the league. Look what happens when even KD has to play 5, right? Then that's their defense comes back to earth. So the fact that the Milwaukee has even been able to be average on defense without their starting center and asking Yanis to play that role, it's just a testament to how good he is defensively, but also it's not championship worthy. They have to be better on defense if they're going to win a title this year. So I didn't mean to cut you off. No, it's all good. I was just going to say I'm really looking forward to watching the stretch run of this MVP thing. I'm super locked into what's happening in Philly. Who's your pick? I think the bucks are going to go to the championship. I really do. I think climate for MVP though. For MVP is jokic. Again, all right. That team is so bad. But for the grace of Nikola Jokić, they have no business being competent, but for the fact that that guy is so great, he's so insanely good. So selfish. He put so much just confidence in the dudes around him who are just dudes like money Morris should not be hoping like he's rod Strickland out here. Is this that yolky puts that confidence in his dudes and that's what I love about him. The most he empowers the dudes around him. And obviously he's got the raw stats to go with that, but like when you see what he does to the dudes around him who have no business being competent, NBA type of starters, heavy minute getters, and they're, you know, they just keep on chugging. He's mind VP. I'm with you. I think the most important question to ask about any player when you're evaluating them is does he make his teammates better? And I don't think anybody in the NBA right now including Chris Paul in Chris Paul has been way high on that list for 15 years, right? I still think jokic is number one on that with a bullet and I'm right there with you, man. He's gonna get a lot of these guys paid too, right? I mean, that's the other thing about is like, you just gotta go to Denver, putting your two years sort of like a study abroad program for some of these guys, right? Just put in your two years, you know, sit in his in his halo and then cash out a big check like Jeremy Graham. Man, or like Tristan Thompson back, Cleveland days, lord have mercy. Hey, Ben gulliver, national writer for The Washington Post, Arthur, the man has a book too. Go pick up his book, what's the name of the book again then? Bubble ball. Pick up his book, bubble ball. He was in the bubble entrenched with everybody. Obviously one of the best reporters we got there, obviously, one of the best minds in the game on the media side, Ben. Thank you for coming on today. They tell the people where they can find you. I've been golfer on Twitter and check out my podcast greatest of all talk dot com. I do that with Andrew sharp, you'll probably remember him. Of course. As well. OG basketball guy, we have a good time twice a week. All right, we'll see you guys next week, peace..

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"gulliver" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Is the way to get us get a star. The calves just makes me laugh because I just think it'd be absolutely hilarious to see them keep their three big starters brings him into Darius Garland. He'd be like the opposite of a gulliver's travels. He'd be like the opposite of that scenario. So we'd just be around all these giants. It would be. It would be dodgeball. It would be Ben Stiller's good and dodgeball, where his team is just all these big giant athletes and then it's a little perfect and still are in the middle. Yeah, so should that come to pass? We already have the memes queued up. There is Garland. Yeah, you made me bleed my own blood. But yeah, I mean, and then the pacers, if right if you're looking to really start moving stuff, maybe there is a match there for hopefully, because I could deliver some good bench depth pieces or maybe even a starter or two. And then the kings, I think they're going to continue to be involved and so if I take what's interesting now with some of these teams is we long assumed it fairly makes the deal with Simmons, it's going to they're going to have to return a primary ball handler, somebody to cover the point guard spot. Don't know that they have to anymore. That's playing pretty well. And so now I'm not going to say if you could get deer and fox, you turn it down because you could always flip maxi to fill another need somewhere. But I think there needs more on the wing now than it ever was previous now with the way max is emerged as a player. So yeah, keep an eye on it. I think all the Simmons stuff coming out here is further, what am I trying to say further lens further credence to the idea that this will happen by the trade deadline? I don't think this is going to drag into the off season. Yeah, agreed. I think that this is definitely picking up. And something's going to happen here. By the way, in terms of asking price, Shawn says the 76ers are asking teams for, and this is interesting. An all star caliber player and or multiple first round picks. Now that's not necessarily new. We've heard they want a player plus they want all of the picks in the world, but the ore part. It's not a all star caliber player and it's an all star caliber player and or multiple first round draft. That suggests that depending on who the all star caliber player is, maybe they don't need this mountain full of picks and maybe and again, this is me reading between the lines a little bit, but maybe this is the 76ers coming down off of their ask just a bit. Bingo. Yeah, you're right on it. This is the sixers coming down. The other team starting to creep up a little bit. And that's why it's going to get done..

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"gulliver" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lisa still on the peloton story It's been written about it on morning for the last few minutes So what are you learning Well just basically the response from peloton is to say that mister big had an extravagant lifestyle too much He drank and he smoked and basically if you do exercise you'll be healthier and you won't die No matter anymore they kill him off They kill Bond off Well really what else did it Come on If you haven't watched bond by now Come on don't blame me for that How are the markets Futures are up laser up four tenths of 1% on the S&P at Branson on the NASDAQ up a third of 1% advanced in 54 and the Russell at four tenths up around ten points I said earlier I said again looking forward to catching up with Jonathan gulliver Credit Suisse will do that in a couple of hours time He's looking for 5200 on the S&P 500 yearend next year The bond markets which are the board two's ten to 30s going into CPI looking for a hot print look at the 6.8% For all the talk of a hot print and upside surprise how would we react respond to a downside surprise or CPI a little bit later We'll keep asking that question Who's right now 72 basis points in and around the highs of the year up two basis points on a day up about a basis point on tens that means you've got a slightly flatter curve might Schumacher of Wells Fargo earlier on yesterday talking up a curve that's 40 basis points narrow 40 basis points the difference between twos and tens and he's looking for one 60 on twos One 60 on twos is his call Switch at the board and finish in foreign exchange kitchens assault James says the bears are hungry The bears are getting fed They get in a lot out of the UK right now Cable at the moment Lisa one 32 going into the Bank of England next Thursday Yeah I read that note It seems like every day there is another reason for them to kick the can when it comes to raising rates And we're just seeing that translate into the pound How far can it go though at a certain point From one 42 in the summer all the way down to one 32 Right now negative a little more than a tenth of 1% on the date on a session just a little bit weaker That's the cross set price section Let's get you some movies this morning some single names and say good morning to remain money remain Hey good morning John The market's in a little bit of a holding pattern Of course waiting for that data that we're going to get about one hour from now on inflation but those inflation fears have already trickled into the markets here You starting to see people sort of reprice and re rate some of the names the names that have high multiples You have a Tesla course fourth highest BE in the S&P 500 Nvidia third highest price to sales ratio in the S&P 500 here Savita subramania and over at Bank of America had a great no doubt earlier this week talking about the real earnings yield and the erosion that we can see not just on the 6.8% print on for the month of November But more importantly how long that persists How long does it take us to moderate back down to a three or maybe 2% range here So keep an eye on some of these names depending on what we see at a 38 JPMorgan Chase Most of the financials some of the lowest multiples out there at least amongst some of the large cap names Flip up the board a few individual stories to keep an eye on We did get earnings out of Oracle They were actually phenomenal That transition to the cloud really appears to be picking up stain They also announced an increase in their buyback program of about 10 billion A new $10 billion buyback program over at Broadcom and a beaten arrays here on their most recent earnings And here's peloton on the board You know John Tommen called me invited me over tonight to watch the new sex in the city But apparently you've given it all away here Peloton big product placement apparently an accomplice in someone's.

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"gulliver" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Really? It's a broad broadcast. I'm not gonna fall over. Yeah, absolutely. Okay. Enough of that one. This is a sad one this is a sad one, Liz. Pilot turned up to fly 177 people from Scotland to the U.S. after downing, whiskies. This is from the daily record. And it wasn't just a daily record for a number of whiskys. May have been a daily route. I misread that. Yeah. Well, I could see that, though. An airline pilot has been jailed after re failed a breath breathalyzer test before he was due to fly 177 people to the United States. Glendon gulliver had spent the previous night drinking whisky before he reported for duty at Glasgow airport. The 63 year old, I'm almost 63 myself. Was scheduled to take the controls of a United Airlines, Boeing, 7 57 flight to Newark, New Jersey. But the Gulf War veteran was intercepted and asked to take a breath test after a concerned member of the public contact at the airport. Gulliver of Denver, Colorado was found to be more than four times over the legal limit. Now, I think they're probably talking about the Scott. I think the Scottish legal limit for intoxication is a lot lower. I mean, that doesn't excuse, you know, if it was anything over, that's no good. But he still held to his airline standards, which is probably zero to zero. Yeah, that's true. Good point. I'm stuff. I'm pretty sure that this was like. But before the breath and alcohol came to zero for all transport. Personnel. So there would have been about half the legal limit for driving before. And now it's zero. So I'm pretty certain you can't have four times over zero, so it would have been twice probably the driving limit. I would guess that's what he said about that. Still, that's a lot. Yeah, still significantly. Yeah. So yeah, I think that I mean, I don't know. I would never operate. Certainly an aircraft and not other vehicles, but I know it's changed here in the U.S. a little bit too not only for driving but perhaps another means. So some states are down to zero point zero four instead of just the usual .08 Utah is. And I think that was what it was for the FAA. For private pilots, but no, no alcohol flying. That's not a good thing. No. So this happened in August of 2019 and just yesterday, well, yesterday whenever this was published for he was jailed for ten months at Paisley sheriff court. And yesterday was the 15th of November the 15th of November, I guess, is when this happened. Anyway, so this happened in August and it was on a layover in Glasgow, drinking whisky in a pub. Glasgow, I'm sorry. I don't know why I always have trouble with that. The sheriff was told that he wasn't used to drinking the spirit and ended up so drunk that he fell over outside when he left the bar at around 9 p.m. and I'm thinking, oh, I kind of feel sorry for him. The ex U.S. Navy fighter pilot. I was just flying with a well, I still am flying with a U.S. Navy fighter pilot. And we were talking about this. And I said, ah, yeah, here's the problem. U.S. Navy fighter pilot. F 8 18 got to. Was due to fly 166 passengers and 11 crew members to New Jersey noisy. The following morning at 9 O 5. Okay, wait a minute, 9 o'clock. He fell over outside the pub and he wasn't even supposed to be leaving until 9 o'clock the next morning. However, airport staff were alerted to the former lieutenant commander's condition when a member of the public contacted them on Twitter. They said, hi. A United Airlines pilot just walked out of a pub in Glasgow and fell over drunk about 2100. I wonder how he knew or this person knew that he was a United Airlines pilot. Oh, I know. I know how he knew. Yeah, how did they know? Have you ever met a pilot? There we go. You know, because he told everybody. He was probably at the bar going. Big air could apply to New Jersey tomorrow. Yeah. That's one way. And then, you know, I usually say a different airline if somebody asks me who I'm fine for. If I'm in a bar, I fly for united is what I usually say to. Anyway, let's see. He had completed guilty to attempting to perform an aviation function. Well, I try to perform aviation functions every week. While more than four times a limit in breach of section 93 one of the railways and transport safety act of 2003, anyway, let's see the flight crew was to be crewed by the flight was and it doesn't matter. Let's see. He failed the breath test, but here I'm trying to find that part that I thought, oh wait a minute. This guy was a recovering alcoholic. This is so I wasn't entirely sure on the timeline of this. I wasn't even that stuff happened after he had this incident. I don't know. I've read it a couple times and I wasn't sure. Well, I read somewhere he had been to 1200 meetings. Yeah. Alcohol. He was arrested, though. Oh, okay. Well, how do you do that? Now, okay, he was arrested. This happened in August of 2019. It's 2021 is so it's what 25 26 months later. How do you got a 12 1200 alcoholic anonymous? Really? Every day. Every time every time I felt like drifting I think that's an error. I don't think that's possibly figure. I think they usually get together like, well, maybe they get together every night, I don't know. You can go as many times as you want. You can find a meeting you can go. Okay. Well, I'm still not convinced about that. Anyway, I had undergone a 60 day rehabilitation at the Cumberland heights treatment center in national. Again, I'm not sure what the timeline is regarding that. But anyway, the bottom line is, you know, this is not good, you're not supposed to do that. He's giving all of us a bad name, you know, and blowing a good career. That's for sure, but I guess he's getting close to the end of it anyway. Probably not the way he envisioned ending it. No, definitely not always very sampling this sounds very sad. But we all understand how responsible our job is and there's absolutely no excuse. Tim van ram has a good no and you have to be, you know, if this, you know, suppose you find yourself in this situation. Hypothetically, theoretically, whatever or in actuality, we wake up that morning and you're scheduled to fly, you have to call in sick. Like you can not go and do this. You know, you can't say, well, I drank last night, but it's been 8 hours, so I'm probably fine. It depends on how much you had to drink depends on if you were. I feel a ride speaking of a drinking question. Beverages. Hurry up, stuff. You got a flight in an hour. I know. It's worse. I gotta run a race. Well, I'm not sure that's worse, but it's not good. In the dark on trails. Of course. Yeah. At least you're not a big one. No, you might be in danger in other people's lives too. I think a lot of people get into this, you know, they've been told these things like, okay, you know, you have 8 hours from the time you're due to fly. That's when you just stop drinking count fat for 8 hours. But it depends on what you're drinking. It depends on your body's metabolism of alcohol. And a lot of other factors. So are you dehydrated? Are you well? Are you, you know, do you have some other cold symptoms going on or something random that might prevent you from being completely sober when those 8 hours are up? And I don't know that I know a lot of people could say that they've never had a night of perhaps imbibing just a little more than they planned would have wake up the next day more than 8 hours later and still feel probably unfit to do whatever it is. They were meant to be doing that day. So yes, please just make smart choices about what you're going to be doing job wise and drinking wise. Absolutely..

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"gulliver" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Guys it's great we're gonna heard we're gonna record in the studio again we're gonna we're gonna meet in person hit it matt. We're gonna meet in person and It's kovic thinker. oh cove it We've been playing a lot of gay music today. And what we're talking ori- i mean the score is is really really awesome. Fuck ahead the composer snap hero. Gareth coker a did the score for both games. And here's a tra- we'll just play one track. This is a track from the sequel. Worrying the will of the west this luma pools. Just everything in this game is like so like ethereal. It is such a great job of of mood setting. And i've said in the past that. I'm a skeptic about teeny tiny shit like small creatures. Yeah in in a normal sized world ori is so good. Oregon's are so good that they get past that mental hurdle your regular gulliver. I'm a gulliver mess around the lilliputians but Yeah it's it's a it's a great score game great games. Yeah everything about it. Like top to bottom just works for me. It's so good And like yes not enough gameplay loops where you're like i can spend like thirty minutes on apart on like a sequence and then get past it and not feel.

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"gulliver" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Fresh Air

"You canvas is very large. And because you include every detail of a person's face every line and wrinkle and pucker and poor Every floor is included or would consider a flaw is not only included. But it's kind of enlarged because the painting is so large part of what i find so fascinating the faces of surreal unrecognizable looking at one of your faces in a painting. It's a lot like looking at yourself in the bathroom mirror with the kind of harsh lighting that you have there and you see everything. So there's something so recognizable about the landscape of the faces. Welcome we don't stand close enough to each other. We don't invade each other space Enough to really be able to see the intimate level of detail that i typically put in one of these paintings because they're in fact usually nine feet high so if If there's more information than you ever really wanted to know about someone and it makes it perhaps a more intimate experience. I make these trying to make these big aggressive confrontational images that you can see from clear across the room and you have one kind of relationship with it. There and then another relationship at a middle viewing distance. Where you scan it and you you can't readily see the thing is a whole and then hopefully i've sucked the viewer right up into the canvas where where you can see the individual marks and And the the methodology how it got there but in a way what i've tried to do is make something rip it loose from the context in which we normally see it and make a kind of bribed ignalia world whereas The viewer behaves almost like one. Of gulliver's little fusions crawling across the landscape of the face not even necessarily always being aware of what it is that they're crawling across stumbling across Stumbling on a beard and falling into austral that makes it for a very active and very personal physical experience the for the viewer..

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"gulliver" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

"Last week we talked about some of the big kinds of us people can hold about themselves and the world and particularly we started talking about some of the ways where those views can hold us back so for the body of today's episode. We're going to go through and identify some of the big categories of common limiting beliefs. Block sir unwise views however you want to refer to them. We'll talk through them a bed and then we'll explore what we can do about them. So does that sound good. Well just jump in. I'm gonna tell you now. This really neat little process. That i just kinda came up with recently so i'm happy about it. And it summarizes a whole lot of psychology grand bowed how to change your mind nan. The acronym is pass. P. a. s. s. in which we pass beyond old ways of thinking about things that are not good for us or other people so the quick summary us and it's an easy way to remember it piece stands for pause so as soon as you start to recognize the you're getting bothered by something you're getting reactivated or maybe you're just feeling held back feeling muzzled or constrained or are you starting to feel ghana's space here sleep here numb you know. Something's cooking pause. Find your footing. Get on your own side. Try to understand what's upsetting you. Get a sense of it just pause for a moment it can only be a breath by your pausing second. Appreciate what else has actually okay. In other words very often we engage eliminating believe 'cause we're feeling challenged or strasbourg or something terrible has happened okay. Whatever is actually true about that. What else can you appreciate. That's working that's on your side for example. You're still breathing. Appreciate the your body is still here appreciate that you have resources in your life. You have opportunities. You have people who are on your side. You have capabilities of nate talents. just appreciate is really helpful. You know you kinda track okay. i'm. I'm okay here i'll care and then third shift your view. That's where you get into the meat event where you start usually by understanding your reactions was going on in my mind. Why do i think this way second. You get more objective about it you realize. I don't really need to keep thinking that way. There ought to good reasons. Why don't have to keep thinking that way and then you basically step into in your mind a new way of being about it. You actually make the shift. You start to agree with the other way of thinking about thanks. So that's the shift your view

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"gulliver" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Why does he not got his hands and knows in seriously. I just worry about winning with the lakers. As they load that team with abundant events that know out of all. I didn't are going to be fantastic. Who cares about the individual accolades. He's already got all those doesn't he. He does and let's be honest. I'm not a laurent hater. He's not the best player in the league anymore. He's not. I mean kevin durant is. Yana says one of those guys is the best player in the league. Lebron isn't is he still one of the best shore but he is not the best like he was ten years ago five years ago etc your boy diaz follow getting the bag from the pistons two years. Ten point four million dollar deal for him. Ray allen going to be the new boys basketball coach down at gulliver prep in miami ray allen starting his journey on the sidelines at gulliver. Let's go gulliver's travels down in way counties signed up. I'm gonna go over there just to see allen. Stocking the sideline ledge duke is looking into a source of bacteria outbreak and coach kelly. Camp not a good scene. The fun guy kids know can have it. You got the texas. Am coach buzz. Williams suspended two games for rules violations. Too bad there games in the season. Sounds like a slap on the wrist to me all right. We have the northern trust going on at liberty national right across the river here in new york city over in jersey city. Right now at the top a star-studded leaderboard for the weekend sky. Jon rahm in the lead at twelve hundred tony fee now. Justin thomas keith. Mitchell in the mix kevin na zander shaath lay and just and brooks kept making a move as well. He's at eight under jordan speed at under some good players for the weekend and now the bad news. I'm supposed to go to the final round on sunday over there liberty national day off several hundred beers betting on golf all day. And guess. what's going to happen. And that. Scotty the joe west. I'm getting thrown right out of there because the tropical storm is coming and they're not gonna play golf on sunday. They're gonna play golf on monday. When i'm dragging my kids around hershey park. Wow what a great score for me. It makes you feel any better. The young chopper just went to hershey park and had a blast for a couple of days. So rendezvous ninety. Six for you. And then i didn't know about this Cancelation yet which. I guess it'll be tomorrow but honoree is coming sunday. Now you're telling me it's going to wipe out golf all day sunny. It's gonna pour down rain all day. Sunday because i thought it was supposed to be sunday night when they put out a statement today saying that they you know there's a chance they're going to move the entire final round to monday. That's where it goes. I've been checking the weather all morning. It looks like a constant rain all day in jersey city on sunday. Very sad situation for me. I was looking forward to going out and see in the gulf. We've got a ticket on jt for twenty seven to one. We're opened a cash So very unlucky..

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"gulliver" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"This this or that sorry guys. i'm on ebay. I'm looking up. Nba two k. twelve. I got a couple on on opened additions. I might pull the trigger on getting me. Give myself jordan to k twelve cover price on that. Not as bad as you think. I got an unopened. We i didn't know they made it for the we. I can't actually you know what if you'd have an unopened. Nba two k. twelve. I'd probably want the playstation version. The week could be worth more money down the road because it'll be a more rare all because no one bought the week a good way of looking at it. Enough t yeah. Nfc all right off to take a look at those are guys this or that. Would you rather live in a teacup or live under a mushroom. What the hell was going through your head when you came up with this one on because he was in las vegas and some league when i wrote this on vague when i wrote this so full disclaimer here okay. This is so simple guys hunting and struck. the kids. gulliver's travels. Sounds like alice in wonderland me. I've seen a lot of i watch a lot of fantasy show. This is so simple. It's gotta be mushroom because you have a constant food source right there. Oh right yeah. I was thinking mushrooms allergic to mushrooms. You're good to go through so in this in this version. I'm thinking i'm small miniaturized. I'd be under the mushroom because it would also protect me from the elements true so be like a roof. Peru teacup rain. You're gonna have a pool. Yeah if if if if flip right side up you're gonna drown if it's looked the other way you can't get out through so think about that and in big said what if it's poisonous mushroom where you better know mushrooms. You gotta know what they look like were edible and which ones are not. That is a great questionnaire. Big jar big gemini. We love it all right. John next did this or that swimming or surfing. The of our answers mushroom mushroom..

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"gulliver" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"gulliver" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"It was the mental health aspect being so far away. You experience personally being so far away from your loved ones being cut off. Yeah i even have to play. It was really stressful. You know i put on weight. I wasn't sleeping very well. I was feeling isolation from my parents. I mean all of it just added up to a very very tough and challenging experience. And that's why. I think you know if you weren't there. Don't judge you're trying to put these guys down. I mean. the lack of travel was benefit. No question everybody enjoyed being in that single site location. But this was still grueling stuff day after day. Try to stay focused and it. It caught up to for sure. And i know it caught up to a lot of the players ben last one for you mentioned the boycott side of things but what was the what was the one thing. Perhaps that stood out to you. Was it that was at that process leading into. What was that number one thing when you walked away. That's going to be just like burn your brain forever. Well the court for sure it would be the boycott. I mean that was just the most memorable kind of You know most talked about a moment of the entire experience i mean. It's on the front page of every newspaper. It's leading all the news stations. All just remember the campus though because there was no tourists. It's so empty. Had all these taking back over control of the swamp of disney world. You know. I saw so many alligators armadillo deer all this stuff. He would not expect to see on this campus and so for me as somebody from oregon who really likes the outdoors. It was just trippy here. They are coming to reclaim the kingdom. You know the magic kingdom if you will then. You could've made a movie while you were down there too man. You got the book. Of course you could through that camera. You could have had a movie. Well hey look if you wanna be my agent. You know anybody in hollywood. Just let me know. We'll figure it out my friend ben. We'd love to get you on at some point again down the road. I would love to pick your brain about all things basketball. It's a sensational read. I'm gonna probably finish it this week. I really really recommend what a crazy time. What an interesting time in our lives. Not just sports history but history overall and you documented it perfectly my friend i appreciate that so much and take care and i. I wish all the best in the nuggets fans are going to be a fun playoff man. I think they're going to be making some noise. This western conference is intense. We'll see how it all wraps up. Ben gulliver thank you so much man. We'll talk to you soon. are they. Ben gulliver washington post nba writer. The book is bubble ball inside the nba's fight to save a season. That's a crazy thing right in disneyworld like the animals. Just start taking over the walking dead. I didn't want to say that to ben there but my goodness. That's kind of what it what i'm picturing like. Suddenly the animals are just starting to take over. What a crazy time he was away he was inside that thing for ninety three days in personally. We talk about the basketball. We do talk about well..

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"gulliver" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"gulliver" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"If we convict him. It'll ensure that he can't run again in 2024 because they think the Democrats think In 2024. Trump will either be living in exile abroad, fighting extradition or he'll be in jail. That's how they think they're not planning on any Trump candidacy candidacy in 2024 because they think That'll. The various lily Piyush ins have ensnared him like Gulliver with things like these suits against him from the From the U. S attorney in New York on Douin, the impeachment and with the Scottish government, saying they don't want him coming to live in this Scottish property on with the Mar a Lago people saying he shouldn't be allowed to live at his resort. Full time He's in snared by 1000 Lily Piyush ins. He's got Gulliver on his back, and every time he turns to loosen one strand, there's some other lip Yushin, tying another little strand to his to his finger on the other side. So they're not thinking about Trump there thinking that they moved on to the next Trump. The reason they're doing this is to is to teach anybody from outside the narrow permitted boundaries of politics. But this is what you have. Let's suppose that there is somebody from outside politics who Fancies getting into electoral politics in this country. On you Switch on the TV thinking, G. None of these politicians. I keep giving money to actually seem to do anything. So maybe I'd like to try my hand at it. And then you switch on the TV. And there's this guy who used to be on yourself. His own TV show used to be squiring supermodels toe Broadway openings used to have a great life used to get invited to Chelsea Clinton's wedding and they used to be a man about town. A bull Viv all Now he's in snared by 1000 Predators on all sides pronto trying to finish him off. Would you really wanna be? Trump Point to? Would you want really want to be the next trump? They're doing this tea. Damn. That's why they're doing this all. Ted Cruz, the AOC Ted Cruz. Ted. Ted Cruz tried to murder me on January, the sixth Josh Holy should be kicked out off a Marjorie Taylor Greene should just be kicked off her committees but Josh Holy and Ted Cruz and actually be expelled. From the Senate. They're doing that to say, Look, Do you really want to go into politics on the Republican conservative side? Just leave it to us. You go into some other field, you'd be coming a accountant or a realtor. You really don't want to get mixed up in this game because it means the complete destruction of everything. You hold there. So this re impeachment trial. Is a ZMA Choose anything else they'd like to get Trump. I'd like to get Trump but their focus the Democrats. They also want to make sure there's no second Trump Third Trump Force Trump That anyone out there thinking about entering this dirty, stinking, rotten, corrupt game thinks war. No way. I'm gonna get mixed up in that Marc Stein in for rush. This is America's number one radio show, and we will go to your calls Straight ahead. You're listening to the I B network. Honolulu's news radio 8 30 K H V H. I'm Padme ordered, And this is steeple investor insights with steeple Chief investment Officer Michael O'Keefe. Michael Sacks seemed to be calming down a little bit. After all that volatility the last few weeks past. The overall market is measured by the Dow Jones Total Market Index was up just 0.13% for the day. The NASDAQ. That tech weighted index was essentially flat and the Russell 2000 index of small company stocks rose. Almost 20000.4% recent volatility had been triggered. We think by some market technicals rather than fundamentals, Speaking of fundamentals, there's more information on purchasing managers indices correct? Yes, Yesterday we discussed the manufacturing PM eyes but awesome. Also reported is January non manufacturing index, meaning services at 58.7 and Market. Another provider, released their January services P m I A and 58 When three both beat expectations and are well above the neutral reading of 50, meaning expansion. So these were good results. Business expansion will drive company fundamentals, which differ from technical forces at Steve All Tomorrow we're sharing with clients and.

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Boston Weather: Heavy snow and gusty winds in Massachusetts

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Boston Weather: Heavy snow and gusty winds in Massachusetts

"Until 5 a.m. in Massachusetts with the possibility of gusty winds up to 40 50 60 Miles an hour public safety officials, of course, urging all residents to stay off the roads as much as possible road conditions Getting worse throughout the night highway administered Jonathan Gulliver says he's grateful there's no deep freeze. Coming on the back end of this storm. We're gonna be able to give our crews arrest. What's this stuff? Slow down and warm up. Because the temperatures are expected to be stable doesn't mean that there could be some slushy areas, especially again tomorrow morning before we get things forward and up. But yes, from a long term standpoint, we're pretty happy with an extra day's weather Outlook lunch and we'll get

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"gulliver" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"gulliver" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ben, you're having me on. Absolutely. I know that always getting those crews out there early. Whether it's pre trading or starting to push the snow away is paramount. How are we doing right now? What are you up to? So we have about 2500 pieces of equipment out there right now treating and filing the roadways. We've ramped up slowly. We're probably gonna bring up a little bit more as this intensifies throughout the next hour, you know now that the sun has gone down We expect things there is going to start piling up pretty quickly that this is a little bit slower of the storm system moving in. But again that many women mascot and that our DPW's. They're well prepared for this, and I'm gonna do a great job. You got varying situations with this storm, Of course, inland. Lots of snow and then closer to the coast and especially down towards the cape may be some mixing. It does pose challenges for you. I guess getting crews out there on the right strength where the storm is. Right, so that's always a challenge to make sure we have people where they need to be. We really put a lot of trust into our regional directors to make sure that they direct forces as needed. This one, unfortunately, is going to be a tough one. You know, it's gonna linger along a little bit harder than we had hoped. It looks like I mean, tomorrow morning's commute by might be a little bit messy. Initially to start off might be mid morning. You're early afternoon before we really catch up in the worlds of all cleared, Governor Baker has asked as he does in most storms for folks to stay off the road. I'm guessing that would be a big help for you and and and the folks out there doing the plowing. Sure is the more room that we have to maneuver on. The roadway beats faster than we can address it. So we're continuing. Encourage folks that don't have to be on the road to stay off the road and again this afternoon and into this evening, it's gonna be really tough quickly, with limited visibility and high winds of the storm progressive, So we really want everybody to do what they can to be safe. Stay off the roads. Impossible, Jonathan. We get obviously You've been through a lot of winter storms before. It's a pretty big ones and sometimes on the back end. We get plunging temperatures. That doesn't seem to be the case. This time. We may be in your 40 on Thursday, so that has to help a little bit in terms of what you're worried about him on the back side of this It really does. That helps quite a bit. That means that we're gonna be able to give our crews arrest once this once. This does slow down and warm up because the temperatures are expected to be stable doesn't mean that there could be some slushy areas, especially again tomorrow morning before we get things forward and up. But yes, from a long term standpoint, we're pretty happy with the next few days. Whether that gold watch Alright, Mascot Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver. Lots of crews out there right now, keeping the roads clear. They could use your help. If you can stay out of the way That would be handy. Of course, Plowing is going on with roads. Some folks will plow their driveway. Others will use the snow blower but others it's the old fashioned shovel that comes out. Digging out, though that could lead to issues for the shoveler. Every time there is no one. The forecasts doctor Brad Weiss knows his office is going to be busy. My phone rings off the hook, sometimes for months at a time, people calling with injuries mostly caused by poor shoveling technique, which he says can.

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MassDOT To Test Wrong-Way Driver Highway Alert System Starting In Boston Area

WBZ Midday News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

MassDOT To Test Wrong-Way Driver Highway Alert System Starting In Boston Area

"How to stop wrong way drivers in Massachusetts. It's a big enough problem that it's something that we have been regularly trying to address, mascot Administrator Jonathan Gulliver telling WBZ TV. The state is launching a pilot program to stop head on crashes before they can occur. When a driver enters the wrong way on a ramp. New radar system will trigger warning lights along the rap and even some billboards. We can activate other highway signs to give drivers that may be in the area. A message And the state will begin installing this new system after the first of the year, starting with the on ramps to route 1, 28 and Burlington, the Rams to the Pike and Olson and South Boston Route three on the South Shore in Plymouth, Route six and Barnstable and Route 1 95 in Fall River. The state hopes to get it up and running by the summer of

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Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: James Shapiro

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:20 min | 3 years ago

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: James Shapiro

"And so going back to think twice you were talking about about more about the writing. Yeah and it's something that I didn't know enough about until I was invited onto your program. But what are the things that interest me about? Shakespeare is the fact that you know. He wrote thirty six so plays that we know of and almost none of them may be. The tempest may be midsummer. Night's dream are his original story but for the most part Shakespeare was not interested in creating a new story. He looked around at the stories others had told whether they were Italian. Novellas or English plays or history's any thought I understand what's slightly off for not really fulfilled in this version older version and he did what architects call a gut renovation. He kept the frame and he just cleared out the inside and made it is. Oh so when Dylan writes. Don't think twice. He knows Paul Clayton Song. Who's going to buy you ribbons? When I'm gone? He worked with Klay knew who sadly killed himself in in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. Eight toward together collaborated a little bit and I'm sure that there is kind of cross pollination if you will between Clayton Song. And and don't think twice and dillon with a little techy from what. I've learned about that you know he said I steal the word a or the word so whether we're done you know Ed is a good question. Although he was a little defensive even steal those words but he is reaching into a tradition a tradition that goes further back than Clayton to. What I learned was an African American Song that circulated in Virginia. Who's GonNa Bring you chickens? So what we're talking about. Our traditions and Shakespeare comes out of traditions. Really in very similar ways. To how Dylan does and plagiarism is. A useless category the only useful category. Can you take something old and make it speak to the moment? In a way that makes people feel connected to that song ways. Nobody has ever felt connected to it in dealing did that for me. I think I'm right in saying and correct me. If I'm not the Sean Wilentz I think wrote a book called Bob Dylan and America. And he I believe explored this notion and said you know what it's Alchemy. What he's doing is he's taking base matters and is creating something new out of it that shines and I thought that was really damage. It is in trouble. Lens is A friend and a very smart guy and I think he wrote brilliantly about about Dylan. Christopher ricks did as well They're just a people recognize. That is work rises to the level of seriousness. And it is how chemical it is a transformation but for me. It's really the lack of thoughtfulness beyond the magic of the transformation and the thoughtfulness I suppose has to do with. I see what's not there. That's a hard thing to to grasp and Shakespeare was really good at it. Didn't create the story of Hamlet. He didn't create the story King. Lear those were all plays bouncing around in the stage. You probably acted in a spear holder when he was young. He's onstage they could. God I can write this great Soliloquy at this point or I could tweak it in this way. And maybe it's not occurring Bob Dylan in a cerebral way. But it's occurring to him in a way that lets them know. Yeah I. I know the folk he sang exists but that song is dead on arrival. Something has to be done to reanimated and I suppose it's as much Raising the data's alchemy. And where do you think Dylan? Shakespeare intersect particularly? I think oddly even though four hundred years or so separates their birth. They both products of a similar education system. You know it's it's remarkable if you listened to to Dylan's account of education in his Nobel lecture in two thousand Seventeen. He talks a lot of doubt grammar. School you know. He learned things in Grammar School. The devices techniques secret mysteries whatever. He's talking about. He talks about gullivers travel. Dickins Don Quixote all these stories and of course we know he had a great teacher in school. Who taught him the poetry John Donovan? The poetry plays of Shakespeare so shakespeare learn what he learned in Grammar School. I mean this is a Western tradition that span than in now and both of them sat there probably frustrated probably demise racing as they were exposed to this stuff and taking it all in and a decade later or or ten years later figuring out how to turn this into into gold if you will and I mean that both literally and figuratively because you have to make money as an artist or like pulled claim you can end up desperate and suicidal and both of them figured out how to do that. And if you think you know as a thought experiment Dylan or Shakespeare Been Born twenty years earlier or twenty years later whatever genius they had could not have been fully rely so yes. 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Trends in Computer Vision with Amir Zamir

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:19 min | 3 years ago

Trends in Computer Vision with Amir Zamir

"All right. Everyone we are here for a are rewind our second annual walk walk through the top trends and developments in machine learning and AI. And this time. I am with emirs. Amir Emir is an assistant professor Besser of computer science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology or EPL. In fact Amir this current moment For another three days days is a post doc at affiliated with Stanford and UC. Berkeley where he was when we first spoke with him back in July of the twentieth eighteen Amir. Welcome back to the TUOMO. Ai podcast thanks. Great to be here. Yeah I'm really excited to dig into this conversation about what What's new your take on? Two Thousand Nineteen from Computer Vision Perspective and so to kind of get started with that. WanNa we just take broad brushstrokes. What's your take on twenty nineteen? Thanks for having me. It was another exciting year in my opinion for fields old's but the guy and Including commit or vision no conflict conferences. They're expanding so there's more talent coming in more energy a thanks. APR Two thousand. Eighteen was six thousand. Roughly the number of ten days in two thousand on nineteen was about ten thousand so we will see another six months ago. So we'll see how it's going to be in twenty twenty but that expansion size. How does that gross rate compared to Europe which is the one that gets a lot of headlines? Writing Writing Europe's was I came back nurse. Like roughly a two weeks ago. I believe it was thirteen thousand But again they are like six months apart so oh You know we will see how CPR it'll be but I think roughly the same size maybe near somewhat bigger because it's generally includes many different areas not just vision entity and so on many There myself included But yeah but they are. Huge conferences is big enough. That you want your friends anymore. are the apor submissions as TV PR growing as quickly as nurse. Yes yeah I don't no not this year The area church should know this number but but all in all what what I'm sure about and it is that there was a really sharp expansion and to some extent that presents a problem for US academics. Because we have to find reviewers for dislocated like papers and so on But that's fine. That's a good problem to have The overall outcome is positive albeit at some variances and You know did. The girl was in a way disproportional because now for the past like four or five years it was a huge huge Interest and we have a lot more like young talent in the field for the same reason. They're young can news. We don't have as many season reviewers to do value the papers so to some extended review quality has a little bit of various incentive in comfort two years ago but again like I said that's a good problem to the house because the field is generating more results so a little bit of variances in my opinion acceptable so the field is growing dramatically as has our other areas in La. I what else is happening. Ambition right in terms more. Technically I think You know we see a few trends had had there not to exclude two thousand nineteen but I think some of them are maturing into the nineteen one Meta trend that I see for sure is that we see a lot of in areas like vision plus something else like vision process graphics a nominal example of that or are all these like image scientists spy-planes either Gan base and and whatnot but the pipelines that essentially generate image. That's in a way it's a graphics problem because graphic is about like generating something good looking that you put under your screen like rendering things and vision was inverse of the problem. You already have an image and you won't understand ended but These areas got blended together. And I think The first time envisioned that I saw a reasonably working example was the paper. Picks two picks a few years ago and after it became really popular and cycle gone and so on those papers actually he came primarily from the vision community and of course the graphics community worked a lot on it too so So mix of area of vision press graphics. I guess we'll discuss said partially a Leonard. Get into more details Vision plus robotics is expanding. Think it's one of the areas to watch for sure vision Like adver Saudi under the bus since literature. I think that's something that we not many of US side coming But wait actually makes sense That how the algorithms the basically that there was a line of research going forward making machinery insistence mortar boss than at their Sarah. Examples would like posing concerns funds to people who turns out that you know if you have more robust algorithms for processing visual data. They are more useful seward just processing non-adversarial literature and not address content as well like if you have an innocent as pipeline It it works better if it was robust defied even though the even if you don't mess with the input anymore We can discuss in more detail. Go forward but I think generally the trend of mixing saying different areas with vision is increasingly popular. And I think there's actually a healthy reason to this I think it's a realization musician attack. That vision is service to some downstream goal. It's a very powerful skill. But don't usually observe the world old for the purpose of just absorbing a like just understanding what's going on usually have an intense in mind like we understand the world with you know when I when I get up in the morning wing When I open my eyes a intend to get out of bed safely navigate myself out of the bedroom so the vision is very practical unskilled and so we cannot really make that independence? The research do on vision of these downstream skills so vision plus x is is To me I see that as realization of that fact especially in the context of robotics the reason we mix vision robotics together is that our robots what's needed to have a complex understanding that the world acquired through the cameras so whatever division pipeline outburts. It should be in a way curated To best support downstream gulliver robots. I particularly. Don't care for instance having robot in my home and it can detect all the objects Jackson do all sorts of complex. Thanks I don't really care how the Vision pipeline works if the downstream will robots. Whatever it is? Make the beds or or do laundry or whatever that is if that works just fine the vision can be asking. Blizzard wants to be and so it is really and twin intertwined pipeline and I am. I'm actually happy to see that. These areas are mixing together. Because we can now do a more were meditated design in our research and do vision in a way that it's more useful toward you downstream goals. There are some caveats that story Ernst Art when I observe painting watching and looking at it but I'm appreciating I don't necessarily intent to do something with it but I'm generally speaking. Vision is a very practical scale and makes it areas in in. My opinion is Is a realization of that is there also also an implication that vision has reached a level of maturity or meaning the core vision tasks have reached a level of maturity already or performance that we can now even consider moving onto a real world Types of things and incorporating in these other areas like we've we've solved enough of core vision to then mix it with these other fields. Yes and no I would really has really hesitant to say to have solved enough core vision problems or it'd be have sold them like fine. I actually think lets them. The simplest example probably longest Running problem vision is say object detection We're not appointed can say that they can with a high confidence. Yes we can detect an object under varying lighting conditions in different context says unsold and so forth so But at the same time a huge amount of progress has has been made Whether there's a way to make them useful at the answer is yes. And that's why many people are not vision. 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It's a Funny Time of Year for Horse Racing

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

It's a Funny Time of Year for Horse Racing

"D- William Hill Air Gold Cup went to Angel Alexander for Tom Dascomb and and Richard Kingscote growl running his usual good race back in second. He's real consistent horse to be fair. Gulliver sound effort in third and we had the massive orange plunged job of buffer zone at bombed and bombed badly. He did finish George Bone to be fair. So at least you got one little bit the result on the Angel Alexander a huge win for Tom DASCOMB Steve Well. We'll stick with you to start this off three year old in a handicap recap very valuable one at that a surprise winner but a very impressive performance today yes surprised when a with the Pricey he went off twenty eight to one and he's been bigger in the MON thing but this is a whole sued one three times earlier in the season and run until badly chested from wide drone orange previous start so although it's easy to say off the top the John's but I was really impressed with in seemed to be drawn on the wrong side while sitting in the small all it group and I always think when you look at these big handicaps the only solid you wanna bail away you. WanNa be's where the Pacers and it's it all seem to have low so the fact that he was able to come down the stand side an hydro and he was I think three three or four lengths ahead of the neck extols It was very impressive in the fatty unexposed over six furlongs. I only the second three roles on since two hundred to two thousand three's it's point still a very progressive sprinters probably. GonNa have a decent season next year. You'd like you think so. You'd certainly like to think so rory. What was your take on the dark angel getting the win the William Hill Air Goal to give it its full title I wouldn't I wouldn't massively disagree with the commission's been made so far I just wonder whether of it of a twilight horse in terms of his racing defy defy the he'll have to go up to pattern company. Nick Season Eastern East finished three last year. The of the next woman is side of the tried back on. It's easy to say you mark them up for that. Because the rest of the placed horses were on the Far Side I do think that major jumbled in a hell of a lot of good though so it gives them a really good tool and it's all it's all very well. Concentrating on more is wasn't say well look at Cyber Fair but when the when the nearside win the race this they're not they're not done to sometimes we can get at tangled up in in you know horses being potentially better than the results. and again we've had this discussion time on the on the on the podcast abide what are considered to be draws but of course keeps winning from what I meant to be standing joke about winning from sole twenty plus over model and a half and Oscar going that must be a hell of a horse to win from not draw. I do it every single year so I'm not convinced that he was better than the result but in saying he's he's unexposed those sorts of conditions additions a big field sprint over six furlongs in a lot of his form has come around a band or unsightly very different tribes to wear so given conventional taxis improves and he's wanted clearly so he's all potential to do well nick season. I just wonder whether he will be the kind of buying in his head against a brick wall against horses or you know ten twelve points better than Heyman group threes and twos next year he certainly it'd be just this morning not capable of winning a couple of listed races but they'll have higher aspirations for them not might not be quite as easy as it looks because we sometimes talk about the listed group to group three even group one sprints depending on the type of quality that you have in in given seasons as really not being that far off handicap company that you can see horses make the progression from handicaps to even group but certainly the group to group three listed level it. It doesn't always take a huge amount to break into that. I just wonder about this performance if he deserves all the praise in the world and he's beaten not really solid yardstick and growl who second the race in two thousand Sixteen Yada Yada Yada runs his honest race Blah Blah Blah but if Roy Rory's point is absolutely spot on that these races are difficult to win. Steve sometimes they're difficult to back the winner of you often see a big price to winner and they just kind of keep beating themselves and so deliver this horse and his performance where he storms through to mow horses down and think right. They've got him now now. They know what what he is. There's going to be more to come or if that was indeed his day in the song then we should be deleting them from the tracker and looking for something else later in the the season possibly early next season. I think if he was five year old or something like that he yeah you could see that but what he's GonNa law in his favor that in the final easy three zero and he's unexposed over six furlongs. I think I was only is gonNA third run run over six furlongs in in one of those listed racist gesture when he was doing very why and the fact that he's been running round places like Gesta Sta just because he's been running. They're able to win that. When he's been awful a lot lower rating it doesn't mean that he's ideally suited to it and it showed on a straight track what he's put in his best performance so he's unexposed in several facets of is a homeland and he's only three road so you would expect to natural improvement for next season that I wouldn't be surprised if he was up to certainly group three level and the funny thing is with growl finishing second. I think when he finished second a a few years ago he went on to hit the frame in the group one on Champions Day at a massive price so light you say completely agree that the fact that handicappers is instantly inform handicappers winning these big races which on easy to win these big failed handicaps they can find the step up to two certainly group to group one level even easier than it might look at a time when you you think if a whole wins a mile and a half and the recap the Johnson stepping up into Greek ones easily. It's pretty remote. was there anything in behind. Steve that took your fancy with regards regards to possibly the sprintone champions day or for another big handicap either early next season or before the end of the season. was there anything in behind that that AH well there was a few that I thought were interesting. the the problem is with later in the season. Nive the likelihood likelihood of them getting decent grind is pretty unlikely it's not certainly it'll rain from now until the end Italian or certainly in the end of the year but it as a look out the window. It certainly looks well set in and we're GONNA get easy grind prevent. Yes I'm sure but the the two I thought ran better than that position all certainly run really well because they both finished in the first a half dozen aside. Every CBA was one of David Omar's who seemed to miss the break didn't get the clearest run through and also is in that middle middle grind where he was drawn high ironically the winner obviously withdrawn a bit higher but decided to go over to the far side where that the main body of the field race and he was finishing really well and the fact that he didn't get the clearest run through years of host it does like have to have things drop his wife if you go back to his French form and we all know that David Omar is done exceptionally exceptionally well with his friend French imports like glitters and he's group foam in the bag so I think next season we might see a a ever see boat winning one of these handicaps the other one was embar- of Richard Hannon's. I thought he was a bit inconvenience by being right in in the middle when the pacing to be either hard against the fall rail always rory said with them the angel is on the getting a good lead from aged jump by so dynamic didn't seem to be the place you want to be racing in the early stages where both embar-. Anisi Bo came from and I think and then might be right is in them whether it's later on in this seasonal rim early next season was quite a bunch finish as well. Let's say major jumbo actually did well considering. He had to cut out all the donkey

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Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, prompting tsunami warning

WBZ Morning News

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Magnitude 7.0 earthquake strikes Indonesia, prompting tsunami warning

"Going on because like I said the alert went off and I just, ignored it because it was down pouring so. I just thought, that it was just so regular normal thunder and lightning alert that happens we don't get tornadoes in Massachusetts so they're. Okay but her car. Is crushed by a tree in Webster Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty I remember if you can't get to a. Radio and you want to very latest news. Download the iheartradio. App and you can have WBZ on your. Phone mass dot says all four lanes of I. Ninety are now, open a day earlier than expected, the on, and off ramps to. WBZ's Bill Marcus has more I ninety had been reduced to. Two lanes each way and wasn't previously scheduled to open up again until Monday morning but. The DOT now says it's. Commonwealth avenue bridge repair work his running twenty four hours ahead of schedule so the highway is now. Fully open highway administrator Jonathan Gulliver says the. Contractors still have a few More incentives to achieve but as of now they're, hitting or beating the schedule in this case we have just just about five. Million dollars in incentives put up so that if they hit all their major milestones that's what. They could earn on the other, hand if they. If they blow their schedule miss everything there there was. A endless amount of disincentives that. Will keep on piling Gulliver says come app still has to be opened asked us the green line and that, adds up to another week of work at. Least the goal, is to have traffic back to normal by next weekend Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty a magnitude seven earthquake strikes. Off the north coast. Of Indonesia's island of Lombok this morning triggering so NAMI warnings only a week ago the island was hit by a. Six point four quake which killed seventeen people. And injured scores. More Indonesia's meteorology agency says the island's experience. More than one hundred aftershocks in the four hours. After last week's, quake and had predicted and other A major tremor was imminent so far we have no word of. Casualties WBZ news time is nine oh three Venezuela's president is targeted by Sassoon's tell you who's accused coming up in.

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Possible Measles Exposure At Logan Airport And Boston Restaurant

WBZ Afternoon News

02:45 min | 4 years ago

Possible Measles Exposure At Logan Airport And Boston Restaurant

"I'm Nicole Davis, WBZ news and we begin in Boston where there's a warning this evening about a potential measles exposure. The Boston public health commission says it recently received word of a confirmed case of measles is anyone who might have visited the tasty burger on boylston street by Fenway park on the nineteenth from seven to eleven PM or spent time in Logan airport terminal, be on the twentieth from eight thirty AM to two thirty PM could be affected over the next ten days. Jennifer Yeager is the infectious disease director at the commission. She says, measles is highly contagious. And if you notice these symptoms and were in these areas, you should call your doctor immediately high fever, even as high as one hundred and four and then cough. Red eyes and runny nose so we're not looking at somebody who has runny nose and red is that might be associated with your allergies you'll be. Sick when you have these symptoms and about three to. Five days on average. Following the fever you develop a. Rash now Dr, Yeager says we have seen reported exposures like this four times since two thousand eleven but only one. Confirmed secondary case ended up coming out of those WBZ news time six oh to some sad news in the world of Boston media former Boston newsman Clark booth has died w cvb reports he passed away earlier today at his home in new Smyrna Florida, he graduated from Holy Cross in Worcester before kicking off his career at the patriot ledger back in nineteen sixty. Two spent years there before joining the team at WBZ. TV and, after ten years their. Booth was hired by WC b and spent twenty five years, with them before he retired back in nineteen, ninety nine Clark booth was seventy nine well here we go Oh or. Rather here. We don't go there's detours enclosures already around the Commonwealth avenue bridge project major work though getting, underway on the pike section. Near the combat bridge a few hours from now WBZ's Ben Parker tells us the next couple of weeks are. Going to be pretty tough on the roads starting tonight there will be lane restrictions on, the Massachusetts turnpike, around the Commonwealth avenue. Bridge, is the heavy, equipment moves in preparation for demolition begins fast on highway administrator Gulliver says, all of that traffic. Will be pushed into what is currently the westbound side of. The. Highway, right now there's eight lanes of travel allowed on turnpike, starting tonight at nine pm there will, be three lanes. Total that means one lane inbound two lanes outbound and Gulliver, says. It will be a big test Monday morning where we'll be two lanes in each direction on the pipe and says if everyone who normally uses the roadway uses his then there could be some, big traffic problems on Commonwealth avenue Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty of course we'll follow this project as it unfolds will have the traffic impact in. Traffic, on the threes Throughout the next. Few weeks and..

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Shawn Johnson, Curtis Green and Christopher Bolden discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:41 min | 5 years ago

Shawn Johnson, Curtis Green and Christopher Bolden discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"To escape murder suspects remain on the loose tonight after a weekend jailbreak in south carolina police say that shawn johnson and curtis green may be armed and dangerous a third inmate who escaped christopher bolden has been recaptured may gulliver is outside the county jail in orangeburg meg have the brazen escape took less than ten minutes to play out here saturday night three inmates through blankets over the barbed wire they jumped the fence and quickly took off running toward the woods cbs news has learned the escape happened after an electrical shortage open cell doors in one section of the jail about forty inmates filed into a common area a few inmates took advantage of the situation in jumped one of the guards kicking punching and blasting his face the guards pepper spray a massive manhunt is still underway for two of the men tie shawn johnson and curtis green both were jailed charged with separate murders sunday police recaptured christopher bolton who was jailed for carjacking he was arrested about eighteen miles north of here along with his father who assisted him both of those men are behind bars here tonight jeff to do police at this point have any solid leads one deputy told me they are following up on some leads where people have spotted the men here in the local area but police are warning the public if they see these men do not approach them and call for help big oliver tonight thank you very much still to come here a paralyzed football player makes a remarkable comeback wbz news time six forty seven our top local stories tonight in the wbz.

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