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"gummer" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:57 min | Last month

"gummer" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Say. Hey if you have any celts please donate them. You're not using them. What's even worse than that. Is the kids some kids. That don't have these things. But their parents had the best of the best I know. I mean that's a lot in this world to you know. Oh i know it's just so messed up a lot of wack since the sixties fifties and sixties i'm in drugs and drug addicts or running rampant. Alcoholics are running rampant there again. Ssi and while my one son is really really bad hurting. And they don't even know what the hell is wrong with him. He can't get us aside. He can't work he can barely move at times. He's been you know he's been doctor after doctor. They know something's while they know that his nerve or abnormal. You know the nerves in. His arm was abnormal. Do both arms and both like they don't know what's wrong with him but he not get a suicide but you get a drug addict or an alcoholic and get it. My one cousin center forty inches anxiety. She's on it. I haven't diety. I'm not right. So i'm just saying they give it to people that could really help themselves where other people can't help their medical condition and they can't get it this whole government system. Peeves me off. I can make i mean how much more can i help me me me me. Screw you all. It's all it's all for yourself. It's like everybody's got to fight for themselves. We don't have a government that fights for us anymore. It's one no. We don't have systems standing up and protecting our rights. We know you know it's just like everything has went backwards. You know complete opposite. Yeah and it's really it's really really screwed up and i remember. My grandmother barely had any money and she went for food stamps and she got eleven dollars a month on food stamps than this drug addict. I know spent almost a year in jail in came out and had over a thousand dollars worth of food stamps waiting forum saying i know that's what gets me so upset. It's harder for people that are really sherline and needed to get onto Gummer assistant but when people come out of jail and they go into a halfway house and getting them says raise back out into society they get all the government help. Oh i know those fan they get. I mean it's just like right off the bat but the people that truly need it just don't qualify or they're homeless or you know they're staying with other people you know as always we live in. I sad world. That's just went with those people on sell their food stamps. You know they'll they'll grow by more deserve alcohol. Get it yeah trade it and sell it and you know their drugs or whatever it oh they they need i mean i know we only have a few more minutes but my question is i want everybody to think about.

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"gummer" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:05 min | 2 months ago

"gummer" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Going from two thousand three to two thousand twenty one. Okay all six of them begin. The y axis is the the women all six of them. The dolls begin in two thousand three and their red lines all of them. Extent to two thousand eight win bakar leaves. Then sure zinger roberts sudduth thornton wyatt continue on until two thousand ten in two thousand ten roberts saga thornton and wyatt drop off so from two thousand to two thousand eleven nicole. Scherzinger is the only pussycat doll. She's a solo act for one year and this according to this chart the pussycat dolls was only nicole scherzinger in two thousand ten to twenty eleven. I mean it makes sense that they tried to make that happen because that's what she wanted all along and they said okay girly will just give you some backup dancers and like you try and make this work by yourself then she. She didn't want to at all. She wanted to be a major broadway actor. Speaking of mater broadway actors mark ronson married gummer pop quiz which gummer did mark and mary. I think it's grace but the problem with the gummer's is you can't you can't say oh. He married grace gummer. You have to say he married newsroom. Gummer you have to. You have to distinguish there is newsroom. Gummer there is ricky and the flash gummer. there are two gummer's you have to know which gummer you have to know your gummer's i have suffered from not knowing gummer's for many years now in fact i wrote about not knowing my gummer's in boulter i've not known my gummer since in two thousand and thirteen at this point so he married newsroom governor not ricky in the flash gummer he married newsroom gummer okay. We're not calling them grace or mamie ever again. We're calling them. Newsroom gummer and ricky and the flash gummer mark ronson. Mary's newsroom gummer. Meryl streep is his mother in law which is just a wild thing to say. Don is his father in law. No last name which is not as wild thing to say because just kind of a normal thing to say that dawn is his father in law and he wrote a very sweet note the posted a picture very sweet note to my truest love out of nowhere. I agree that really was out of nowhere. You made forty five hands down the greatest year of my life. And i'm sure it took me forty five years to become the man worthy of your love. I hope i spent every one of these birthdays by your side until my last day and beyond forever and ever yours and yes we got married. I just thought it was funny. That he i mean i think it's sweet and also funny. He was like yes obviously took forty five years to become like a person worthy of you. 'cause like i'm getting married at forty five. It's a little older than even i expected. And you know he had to do something very elegant and good because whenever you're mother-in-law's meryl streep you kind of have to step up your game. Oh you got to step it up if he had married gaily guoco. Do you think he would have left such a heartfelt message. A such a copy edited message or do you think it would have been a first draft. That's what we call our. I go he would have left. He thinks he married gillig. We would have to shittier message marry someone who is related to meryl streep and meryl streep will always be part of your narrative in the press. You have to do several revisions. He molar first draft marriages. He took forty five years. But you big bang banged into my life. And i hope to attend to your every need As he would use plans It's one of those things that on paper it sorta like. Well it's so weird but it doesn't really linger with you. You know like it comes and goes. You're like that's crazy and then you instantly forget that it happened like they. We knew they were together a few months ago and then i completely forgot until they got married and i was like yet again. That's crazy now. I will lose it. The most interesting thing about this is not even that she married mark ronson which is actually just kind of sweetened like somewhat normal. Because who do you think you fucking meet in the industry. It's like she. Of course shearman rotten. Who else does she hang out with. Is like mark ronson times. You know like that's what i mean. But the the more kind of like kooky thing was that she was married for three months a year ago to taste right there. I almost said taes on day to taste to davis drucker and son tay which is like such a random thing because we were watching sales and guess who is in silkwood that's right meryl streep and david street a young david street there is in silkwood. Also the was crazy was they absol. Look mike gummer's shiels both gummer's but she i mean she looks like insanely like her daughters. In that it's it's it's uncanny don's as the physical parts of the dna like did not translate no merrill's genes like eight don's in the womb like there are. There is no remnant of dawn within the looks of the gummer girls Both and in the flash exclusively merrill so what are these other fun facts about tae straight there in that you have here which i compel me realize nothing. I mean this is so ridiculous. It's like the funny thing about taste. Return who was married to To newsroom gummer for three months is one. He's in the band dolls with mandy. Moore's husband we have and then the other funny thing is on. imdb it says trivia. Did you know brother of ebi. Straighter only trivia. It's like nothing has made me close tab faster than did you know brother of abbey straight. They're just saying. I don't know how we got here anyways. The gummer's have meryl streep's son in law is none other than mark. Ronson and that makes samantha ronson. Absolutely nothing we just thinking about that. You don't get anything there are now now. They're not to deejays meryl streep's family at her to dawn you know she's complained to dawn. Like we do not need these two deejays. And what's his name. What is her son musician. Harry yeah isn't he. Oh henry henry governor henry gummer but he goes by henry wolf understandably. He goes by singer. Gummer gummer these are my sister's newsroom. And ricky in the flesh son gummer but then there's model gummer. who is louis member. Her model gummer is completely different. You said remember her. I had completely forgotten her. She's gonna be gilded age gummer because she's starring. Hbo show starring christine. Brandy and cynthia. Nixon called the gilded age gummer. Oh my god. They're all h. b. o. Stars because newsroom gummer ricky flash gummer's also technically true detective season three gummer. And then you have just hours working the forest. Hbo just streaming on hbo true detective.

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"gummer" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"gummer" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

"Now if someone if oprah hadn't used what. I know for sure maybe i would have called. Zen what i know for sure because these these are about is like something that i've realized is that things come up over and over and over and over again if you're waiting to be content intel everything is complete And that you have no issue or no worry or no challenge. Then you're going to always be waiting because there's always gonna be some. I totally agree with everything you just said. And i feel like you know once again. I think our brain likes to think in the binary like okay whatever. Whatever struggling with today. I didn't get any work done today. And if i get enough work done tomorrow then everything will be fine but just like everything that we ever talk about. It's all a bunch of grades like sometimes when things are awful. You contentment is zapped but when something is. Just kind of a bummer. Aren't we more predisposed to have at least a little more contentment. Our airlines do you know what i mean. I feel like there's always this gray area of how bad something sucks is inversely correlated with how content we are. There could be some truth to that. But i also think that we should push back on that and that one thing i have also learned that in the midst of a really hard challenging thing like you know someone being sick or have or yourself you being sick or having to take care of others or worrying about your kids you can have moments in the middle of that where your content. It doesn't. I think the difference is that people think that contentment is a place. You should reach stadia. And i am saying that you can find contentment in the midst of anything and that if you're waiting to experience contentment until everything is taken care of. If it'd be bigger small than you know. I'll just read this part that i wrote life. Contentment does not come from getting rid of every problem. It comes from knowing that you can handle what you're experiencing right and we don't need to wait to be happy until everything is resolved. We can take a wider perspective realize that things are always changing falling apart and then coming together again. What uncle against my own words. What i just said i feel like sometimes like let's think of the the worst case scenario and somebody's sick in the hospital. Loved one is sick in the hospital. We sometimes Give the same energy of being late for work with somebody being sick in the hospital so in other words we're making all these kind of everyday gummer's as big as the real life. Yeah long-term bomber. Interestingly i think this is my personal experience is that. I do better in a real crisis than i do in a mini crisis. Yeah because when there is a real crisis. I pretty much snap to action. And i'm not worried about certain things everything. Go away the whole idea of sifting. You know the. That's what the word crisis means is to sift And that everything easily cifs away crisis means to sit. Oh no idea so. I actually got that from glens. Book called on warrior. She there's a part in it where she talks about the word crisis. I think it's a greek word and it comes from to sift you know like that you allow thing to rise as being most important and wh- in a weird way we've never asked for crisis nor do we want it or nor is it enjoyable. But sometimes it can be manageable because we know where to focus when you think of sifting in baking or food Is there a certain substance who think that gets sifted. Lot powdered sugar. That's what i think flour. We need to invest in sifter in this family..

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"gummer" Discussed on Book Echoes

Book Echoes

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"gummer" Discussed on Book Echoes

"Okay what gaps. Do i have in my knowledge. I might think about things but i might also just not really think of anything because you're not thinking about it so it helps to kind of run down. And this is not an exhaustive list of all the pieces of knowledge that a writer might need to have in their head but it is kind of some basics some fundamentals of writing at promoting awesome books man as i run through this list. Hopefully that will trigger some things that you're thinking of so if you are if if you're if you're driving obviously don't do this but if you are sitting down if you're in a position to do so maybe take out a pen and paper cost this episode. Grab your pen. And he burr comeback to driving. Come back to it later and make some notes then think and see if any of this helps you think of some things that are have been on the back burner to deal us things that you know you should be learning or doing but don't think about actively hearing it all spelled out sometimes can help you trigger. Oh yeah i did need to cover that. Oh yeah i need to learn something about character developments. Or oh yeah. I didn't need to learn something about audiobooks. I meant to do that. I thought about it. But i didn't never put it on my calendar. So here's your chance to think about these things and write them down so let's start with craft so there's load slam craft. We could talk about that all day but you might be asking yourself. Do i need to learn something for her. Fiction writers in the areas of characters. Is there something you need to learn about. Creating more interesting characters getting to know your characters developing them over the course of the story Developing side characters versus developing a main character or an antagonist. So see. if there's something that you maybe need to learn about characters you might also be one be thinking about what you might need to shore up in your plot structure. If you're getting feedback that you're pacing off or something isn't right with plotting. Maybe doing some study about plotting would be a way to shore up those skills dialogue. This is also a huge part of writing fiction but it can be tricky for some authors. His dialogue doesn't totally mimic natural speech. But the same should be so stilted that it doesn't feel natural so if dialogue is something that you're getting feedback on or something that you're thinking you'd like to learn more about than maybe write that down descriptions descriptions in infection really bring the world alive and this is actually true nonfiction as well like memoir Really really great journalistic. Fiction has a lot of description so description can apply to not just fiction but nonfiction. And it's a important part of bringing a world to life for a reader then prose style and grammar so there are many excellent storytellers who have complicated plots and fascinating characters are had but not everyone who is an excellent storyteller has a command of formal grammar and style. And so if that's something that you're struggling with if you're getting feedback on that from your writers groups if you're in the author getting feedback on that from from From your editors or even from reviews thin. Maybe it's time to sit down and do a little bit of formal learning. There are lots of there are lots of books that you can read about studying formal grammar in style. Now i say formal gummer not correct grammar because there are many different types of bremmer and this this is really only applying pro not to dialogue and even even with formal grammar. Like the they say..

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"gummer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"gummer" Discussed on WTOP

"Advanced Gummer store, find it a diet. 8 48 traffic and weather on the eights and Jack Taylor on the W T o P Traffic Center develop lay in Maryland, Bruce still below the post to drive the brakes from New Hampshire River toward Georgia. The pace actually improves his past Coolsville Road to 70 remains heavy coming south out of her, Bana headed down toward 109 32, moving once again in the delay, easing very quickly. There's been a crash. South of Triadelphia wrote. I think everything is gone now, so you'll find the little delays easing very quickly. In Colombia. You may be under direction. 1 75 up near one await Waterloo Road. There'd been an earlier crash pretty quiet between the bell ways without delay. For now, 95 the Baltimore Washington Parkway fifties, looking good between the Beltway in the Bay Bridge, but slow inside the Beltway westbound as you move into and through Cheverly, we may have accident activity before you get to Kendall Worth Avenue. Be careful riding into the district. South on D. C. To 95 the brake lights or after Eastern Avenue headed toward East Capitol Street stacked up a bit as you had in downtown New York Avenue just headed toward the light. At Bladensburg Road. A street remains blocked in Southeast. There was an earlier overnight structure. Fire. It's blocked one way, which is one way going east between 19th and 17th Street. So just be aware you've still got fire department activity on scene. Now in Virginia. We had a couple complications. First, you'll find a new wing to 95 North bound after The Fairfax County Parkway. One broken down, but I believe out of the roadway left side 15 at Braddock Road in all D This was an earlier tractor trailer fire. The cleanup continues. Traffic continues to alternate one direction at a time on Georgetown Pike Up near Old Dominion Drive earlier had reports in McLean. These were flashing traffic signals. Braddock Road eastbound As you approach the Beltway collars had to crash their black in the left lane should have authorities on scene. Really? No delay on 3 95 just to top end to cross the 14th. So it's really not too bad and again Lanes are open. But with the mill pavement, we've got some delays riding on 28 in Centerville. Going North bound between Compton wrote a new Braddock road. Protect your home from the Invisible Destroyer Termites Call home Paramount Pest Control for free inspection. 888888 home or visit home. Paramount dot com. Jack Taylor. W T o P. Traffic Lauren Ricketts We have plenty of clouds this morning, but really not too bad. Yeah, it's not bad. We've got a little bit of a breeze is well coming out of the northwest 5 to 15 Miles an hour. That's gonna be the case through the day.

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"gummer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"gummer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"6 14 sports time with Kay and let's start with Iraqis not so much how they played, but what's going on in their organization. Good morning BK. Yeah, everyone. Marty, the Rockies had a rough start to their seven game road trip, and we'll get to that. But the organization announced yesterday that gentleman is Jeff Bright. It was leaving the team after 17 seasons with the club seven as a GM here, skipper But black on the conversation he had with right. It's Sunday. Well, I think we were. We were all surprised. We were shocked. Actually, Jeff told me Late yesterday afternoon after the ball game before we hopped on the airplane, and you know we shared a moment together in my office with the door closed and talked freely about a lot of things over the last five years Team Theo Great Visa was named team president and is in charge of overseeing the baseball operation as well. Little name a new interim GM and said in a statement. They'll hire a new general manager following the season on the field. It appeared the Rockies left their hot mats in Colorado, They were blanked in Game one of their three game series. San Francisco 12 nothing. It was a rough night for starter Austin Gummer. He didn't make it out of the second, giving up four runs in the first five in the second, allowing all nine Giants matters to batten the changing something that hasn't happened with Rocky since 2013 on the other side. Anthony DeSclafani pitched a complete game three hit shutout with nine strikeouts. They're also try to solve the mystery that is the Giants and Game two tonight, Cici Gonzalez. Goes for the rocks. Aaron Sanchez four San Fran, first pitch 7 45 Our coverage on Can we news radio and screaming free of charge and I heart radio comes your way. At seven. The Nuggets won their second in a row, beating Memphis for the second straight Monday of all Arena 1 22 96 following the game, head coach Michael Malone said he couldn't be happier with what he's gotten from his team of six and one since losing Jamal Murray for the year. I love all these guys, I really do. These guys bring it every night, they continue to fight, they continue to believe in themselves, and more importantly, believe in each other. And a non excited about these next 11 games on where we can go call the August 24 points. 15 rebounds. Michael Porter Jr led all scorers in the game with 31 that Doug's host the Pelicans Tomorrow Theater up their second straight at Saint Louis. For one last night. We'll head to Vegas tomorrow skate with the Golden Knights that sports I'm bringing Crystal Cohen, his radio Broncos Pops and Rocky's.

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"gummer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"gummer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'll tell you the truth about dead people voting. I thought Biden was so bad, even dead people would not vote for him. Well, that's why Donald Trump sent the U. S Army to Frankfurt and they confiscated those servers. Article because there's vote from the site tell. Come in. Louie. Gomer was talking about that today. Yesterday. Louis Gummer was down there today. My cousin was down there. I couldn't make it had quite a crown. Yeah, they had a heck of a crash Be reported, won't be reported. And Alex Jones was exactly right. You know what he was saying? You know this Fauci and you know all this Cove in 19 is the act of war by the but a Communist party. Chinese Communist Party conspiracy What you senior dem So Rose Hopkins. Bloomberg comes out their phony statistics every day on that propaganda B a l Or There's 150. Million people have tested positive because it's like After live that we don't believe this garbage. And you know, everybody involved an event to a one Bill Gates, Fauci and his autism vaccines so they could get these mail in votes mail in ballots. The whole thing was a setup. From the beginning from the beginning. Hey, will all right, my friend. Good to hear from you. Alright, Brother. Hey one last thing. What the on Lee. You know Hu, the only one with Mahoney's and Maryland is Pat McDonough. It's besides President Company. You too, is Michael, Peru. CA. He's they? We love we love, Michael says. And says I used to sit in his class with my pen and paper. And I'm saying this is the Masonic guy that I ever met. But anyway, he's the only one that has to count used to say We need to arrest Larry Hogan doesn't weigh have a story about Larry? Yeah, we have a story. Thank you will Have a story for everybody about Larry Hogan. When we come back.

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"gummer" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"gummer" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"What I did was I summarized the Gum Road page. I took all I said the copy from the Gummer page and I put it on the landing page itself, but at the very top I put a button to the Gum Road page and home difference between my landing page and embedding the gumroad page on my the domain the website was that gum road is super slow and so by just having a button to it. It would be faster because it would take more time to load off. With my custom code. It was just reading it. It popped up you read it and then you clicked. In theory and then the navbar was I added links to The Forum the blog the email subscription form and it wasn't slow month. So I was great and I learned CSS grid so that was cool. Okay, and then I live stream the launch and this was very yeah. This was very deliberate. I did this because oh, yeah, I did it so that people as soon as I launched I could send them the way the link to the the product launch and they get like it right away so immediately as soon as I got the link what I did was I I said through the chat and I just went I went twitch linked it Twitter linked it you To blinked it. And so that way anyone watching could just immediately click on it and go to it. And so I created an Eventbrite page for the lunch inviting people. I sold 15 tickets. So that was cool. I don't think anyone showed up though like anyone from there cuz they didn't say. Hey, I'm I'm from a vampirate on the stream. And the reason why I wanted to stream the product on launch. Is because when I when I went from what do you call it when I went from when I went from the like home release the book. Oh so for for the release of the book, I didn't I did at a launch right? I did pushing the big red button. And the reason why I I didn't create an event bright for that launched was because it didn't really lead to anything. I just clicked the button right from Pure to life. And so am I wanted the launch or the stream to lead to something and that something was the product on launch, right? And so I started the stream at like 10:30. And during this time I was trying to like right before this. I was trying to create gift and home video. I was following and I've done it before it was a minute-long. So I'm like, okay, I'll start doing this and then I'll push the button to actually start streaming off, but then it.

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Using Existing Edge Hardware for New AI Capabilities - with Roeland Nusselder

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Using Existing Edge Hardware for New AI Capabilities - with Roeland Nusselder

"So Roland. Glad to have you on the program. I. Know we're going to be talking about a at the edge. I. Think in order to have that conversation based on where your firm is focused we should talk about micro controllers and a tiny am l. This is for for you folks really really big opportunity for ai at the edge he maybe not up what we're talking about today. Yes sure thing very me of course. So tiny mel is machine learning or a I own really cheap low power hardware and then usual micro controllers. Some Mike controllers are very cheap low-power chips and they're literally everywhere are hundreds of billions of my controllers in a roads sets also why they can be cheap. But it's very challenging to deploy machine earning or to run machine learning or microcontrollers and its resulting but maybe it's good if I did a bit of a wide so important to run machine learning microcontrollers. So one way to do this, I mean if he thought, you could think that you can just sense the data back to the cloud depressing Darren very heavy and. Expensive jeep use bid. This is often not a very good idea. First of all, they're bench with limitations. So if you have a camera that's connected to Wifi network and they sent up the whole camera to the clouds, if you have multiple gummer's connected through same wife network that just doesn't work your your wife is down immediately than there are things like latency take. Time to send it to the cloud to person Darah Senate back there reliability issues, diner radiant, and it's done. You still want to make sure that your product works their privacy issues. You don't want to send feed data or audio data through the clouds and dinners energy consumption. That's actually a big issue because sending data to the cloud or even if use WIFI consumes a lot of energy and that's not good. especially not if you have a battery powered device Saddam L. Solstice by running machinery and work by running two workloads on the device itself the very cheap low power chip. But. The thing is it's very difficult to run machine learning on a chip and that's what our companies folks them. Got It. When you say chip in this case, you're you're talking about microcontrollers. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Got It. Got Maybe. So you've walked through a couple of instances an. Familiar. With you know the edge as as sort of an idea and the intersection of of Iot nfl you focus on this space pretty ardently though maybe we can talk about some of the cases where hyping data to the cloud makes sense and some of the cases where a dozen year security he brought up bandwidth. There's a lot of these practical concerns. Can we tie this to you know potential business cases Hey dan here's an example where it completely makes sense we we gotta send this stuff up it might be at the edge, but we got to send it to the club and here's an example where we really should not be doing that Do you have any? We can talk about The main thing here is that you want to have devised a battery powered. That's an important issue because makes much cheaper much easier to install vices. So for example, if you have a small camera in a grocery shop to detect if a shelf is empty or not. You want to make the device battery-powered at getter with smoke, and you can do that if the machine learning workloads is running on a mic controller and it just sense a small signal to the cloud if the shelves empty or if the if the shelf is enough to empty and you always want to tasks on the edge, if that's bull doing reason, why would not want to do it on the edge is if you need so if the Model is so complex that requires a lot of energy to run and requires very expensive. Large ships skull jeep use said, that's why you want to do hoax over example for very complex and opie models of complex NLP tusks you you might want to do it in cloud, but if it is Bulbul, if you game run it locally, you generally want to do that because of bent with. Issues, because of latency issues, because of reliability issues because of privacy issues. So a good example of adults that you want to run locally is, for example, an H. system where on a heating air conditioning system where you have a small camera which idex if there are human in room, and then if there is a human into room, the heating air conditioning system automatically turn on or turn off. You don't want to send it whole feed your feet to the cloud it. It's not great for your free event with of your Wifi network. Another great example where we ecstasy for between is in retail. So you're starting to see devices that are battery powered that have a small camera and that have a small microcontroller controller, and it runs in a little deep learning model to detect if the shelves empty or not car, and if the shelf has empty than the signal to store manager that someone needs to fill up the shelf again. Yeah. Yup or for example, as small camera detects how many people are waiting in acute and at the stores manage store managers do more effectively locate their their stuff thus like debt or you can do gay seduction off shopper and detect. What kind of products show purser January interested in said at the shop nick and do better product placements those kind of thoughts. been if you're running ds on larger chips that are more energy consuming, you have to connect them today Tristan Nets, somehow that makes it much more expensive to install much more painful store owner. So if he can make this battery-powered, you can just clip it on a shelf or you can just Louis this evening for example, would you really like if you can make these device better half these kind of

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"gummer" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"gummer" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Ruins bringing their instrument to it For this record more heavily like the. Last. Record was a little more. focused. On just like I mean he had a small snippet of idea like. Jams and stuff out and it would develop and you know I love that the songs came to laugh that way and then this one was mostly me coming with pretty like finished or like the major skeleton of this event. And? Peter is I. Am I think I mentioned earlier of just like? Being. Pretty. Like a CD about get fixated on things and Peter is not a details guy. He is spontaneous. He is a spark over which I love because he'll bring a thousand ideas and maybe One of those ideas are kept which can be maddening for him. And for myself you know there's so many songs that never relied day where either by from critic boys or I, show them to the banners of the Peter. Not, really hitting me and you know what's Nice about sitting on songs for a while sometimes like and coming back and being like, okay. Letting I thought was amazing and it was going to be the main single on the record. Great and that's Okay But. I can I can kind of be but had some times about protecting my songwriting space and so it comes to being you know partnered with the person that. Isn't a band with you You Know Their Times A. I'm not proud of you know the way that I. Respect that musical space and make it a safe place because it should be like a safe place, any type of collaboration and I think a grown a lot in that and. But. It's matting for him to times where it's just like why you just try this idea. In, I'm not feeling or whatever, and so I, he's all about he says often like kind of in comedy in providence the idea of yes. Urban. Because doing with my kids and stuff like. Oh Nice. That's basically a form of. Improv it's. Totally. I think for so long on my own that I kind of forgot the end concept. And so definitely been I think coming back full circle to that without with Peter. Just. Sometimes graciously sometimes not so graciously. Reminding. But I mean we've. been through so much together and. Traveled so much toward so much like. It's we were best friends before we got married and nothing has changed in that department or still best friends, and sometimes we have to work at. You know the relationship side versus the music and the music business side making sure those things still make our relationship combust or Fuel like glorified roommates or whatever it is but. Yeah, it's it's really really hard to be in a band with a person that you're married to. But very, what's the biggest upside we? Love so much the same things musically aesthetically. A. Our interests are pretty common like common shared, and so when we have these kind of. Highs these peaks like coming out of like. Obviously when we go through the valleys and it's really darkened depressing are we're trying to figure out like why isn't this working with music or? Running out of money or whatever it is like. When we come out of that together. Just the feeling of being so known and you know and I share that with so many friends and my band members as well like. but of course, you know Peter knows me the most of anybody and I know him the most and so. It's yeah that that simple pleasure up just. Being, able to. When you're both experiencing the feeling of joy and gratitude together now, anything like it. Especially coming out of. Duck seasons awesome. Yeah, it's hard enough to. Collaborate with anyone and then. Getting to just go home and be like. Leave leave them for. A bit and right totally something else. But. Yeah, it does seem like the. The payoff would be pretty great. Yeah. I'd imagine just actually just. Physical playing music together would be. With Your partner would be pretty rewarding. I'm sure gets over. I think most people probably overly romanticized that. That's like it's just all good. Good stuff like yeah. Play Music Hit now. We fight a lot when we play music together and really like, I think my favorite is when a song is done and it's called finished and it's like. You know you start I think as a band. I think. Playing, shows is one of our strongest suits and it's one of my favorite things to do. The performer Nasdaq has been in in me and from a kid and just like loving sharing music with other people and seeing real time reactions to music and emotions and. and. Yeah. It's so bonding like when things are going well on a tour or you have. Such amazing shows like. Especially when songs are newer and your debuting them for the first time and she's like, Oh, all painful moments where we over thought things or this chorus went through seventy revisions or whatever like. It's yeah. You dislike, I love taking those moments that feel kind of in slow motion were playing a show and I look back at the people that I'm playing with and I'm just saying. Like. Casey we get to do this and I'm doing with people I love and. Of course you know with Peter Gummer to and. Standing on top of his drums or kicking them. Whatever? Just. Being crazy stage as..

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"gummer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"gummer" Discussed on WTVN

"By my house the other day, and I was waving given him thumbs up because you know what they don't have to do that. And here's what's funny. I'll leave it to this if a car's on fire and a cop gets out of the cruiser and goes, saves the family's life. Liberals say that's their job. They should have been burned, saving that family as we were paying to do, but a conservative like me and a guy that endorses police would say You know what? Thank you for that officer. You didn't have to put yourself in harm's way You could step back and let that family burn up in that car. But you stepped up to the plate. That's the difference When a guy breaks the law and hurts a kid or murder, someone I'm like, Well, fry him. But ah, lefty, a fine supporter would say. Well, why did he do it? There's always you know. Ah, ah, An escape? No, He's an idiot. So again, quit stick up for these guys and start backing these cops. And when that sandwich eating basement dweller skateboard Carrie and idiots go downtown and bash windows out in a cop spraying with Mace, I love it. Do it twice. Here ends the sermon. For today. Our next song will be on page 4 22 of the hymnals Now, Ernie, would you like to play a little fun trail vehicle accessory trivia right now. Absolutely. Here we go. This is a killer question What he got for him. Well, I love the fact he's women this today Napa hand sanitizer. You'll get two of them. Okay. So you could make when your friends have given in, But you have that phobia guy that is worried about the germs. Get to abandon one's hair. Get over yourself. $25 gift certificate and plenty of rooster bucks to go with that at $350 garage floor coating discount card, which we do that your garage You'll love me long time staying on a law enforcement theme on the Andy Griffith Show. When Gomer got mad at Barney and Barney did something that was illegal. Gummer would yell citizens and was it arrest a test or best? Around. Gali shows a m. You got that? Right? Congratulations. There you go. Party like that would really loves that one. A favor. One is what is wonder of sitting around.

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Houston - Montgomery County reports twenty new cases for a total of 370

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Houston - Montgomery County reports twenty new cases for a total of 370

"But Gummer county reporting it seven cobit nineteen death the woman in her eighties who lived at the conservatory at Alden bridge senior complex in the woodlands five of the seven Montgomery County deaths were elderly people from that complex overall Montgomery County reports twenty new cases for a total of three hundred and seventy with ninety nine recoveries

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"gummer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"gummer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The thirty second pop culture challenge I'm sorry that you did not win today but you can try again tomorrow because we do it every day at twelve thirty on the calling them Bradley show all right let's go through those queer sessions and get the service we're still engaging Justin knows I'm poking fun Justin Timberlake song can't stop the feeling is from trolls sure all all all all all all alone who knows free signup note the pink ladies in the T. birds are featured in what movie Reese is the word grace Gummer Gummer as in chewing gum or is not Saddam Dahmer is the daughter of which archery sight Meryl Streep I don't know that I would have gotten that sciences Gummer is that her real no Frances Gumm was actually Judy Garland and I did this thing what two weeks ago where I confused Francis gum and grace Gummer all right I thought Francis Gummer was the daughter of Meryl Streep but actually Francis gum is Judy Garland three number is the daughter of Meryl Streep I'm sorry I'm sorry about that difficult time you experienced okay you can take it over the phone dissolves to miss apple R. Shaw ski thank you you're welcome I know you can move on and solve the mystery that we do that the former blind items tallies brought for us in this segment we call blinded by the have you heard Donna and Steve lately no are you drunk you want to be I'm cleaning with bleach that's what it is by the way we're huffing so speaking of the bleach cleaner that we've all been using personalized items but we got a bleach situation safe I feel like I'm at the natatorium but we still calling college said that the Torah pool okay they don't like old school college term for a pool building was a mandatory him while learn something new every day you're welcome anyway it sounds like a pool in here it doesn't feel like a pool that's the sad part okay god yes please.

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No Filler Sidetrack: Frampton Comes Alive!

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:13 min | 1 year ago

No Filler Sidetrack: Frampton Comes Alive!

"Welcome to no filler. The music podcast dedicated to sharing the often overlooked hidden gyms. It's the fill the space between the singles on our favorite records. My name is Travis. Gummer brother Quentin with me. Last week. We talked about about Paul. McCartney's MTV unplugged live album so we thought to ourselves. You know we just talked about the greatest rock musician of all time. And one of his live records WanNa talk about the greatest best selling live album of of all time and that would of course be Peter. Frampton comes alive it's called Frampton comes And that would be called Frampton. Hampton comes alive So here's the thank you about this record. This was You know one of those constantly in the background of our childhood type albums right but I can honestly tell you the I only know now the three songs everybody else associates with this record right right I mean I I've never I've never. I pulled it up in hit play and and pay attention to it so the ones that I'm familiar with our show me the way baby. I love your way and and do you feel like we do. Yeah so you know. That's essentially like to me. Though songs are synonymous with Frampton. Even that's my that's the beginning in the end of my frampton knowledge. So will the thing about those three songs. I if you if you've heard Peter Frampton on the radio you've heard these versions of of the Euphrates Alive version of those. Yeah it's interesting. It's like. Yeah they were all released before. This live album came out but like so years at a band uncalled humble pie as the guitarist Before he did his own solo stuff and when he branched off and did his own thing I mean when he was on the charts but he would be pretty damn low on lists. It wasn't until this album came out that he was starting to see any Kennedy success as a solo artist. So I feel like a lot of it had to do with the time that it was released so this live album album was released in one thousand nine hundred seventy six A solid four years into him getting out there doing his own thing touring constantly Eh. His first full length album as a solo artist was in nineteen. Seventy two with an album called wind of change. And Yeah there's a couple songs. It's actually quite a few songs on this album. Wind of change that he does live on. Trampling comes live but yeah he just for whatever reason season like no one really seemed to care about them until this album came out just going to read some stats here. Because it's pretty pretty pretty ridiculous so as of two thousand eleven. This record has gone platinum eight times. It was voted album of the year by Rolling Stone In nineteen seventy six. It was in the top ten for the majority of seventy-six once it came out and it was at number one for ten weeks straight and a lot of it had to do with the facts that Ah. FM Radio was starting to do was called album oriented rock stations. You know which were the you know the is. It's basically basically like what we think of when we think of you know like genre specific. FM Stations. I think our dad used that exact phrase when he was on her your episode yeah he was a DJ around this time dude. I'm sure he was playing. The shit out of preempting comes alive But yeah so so laying shit you right off the vinyl plank playing what playing just like your phrase playing playing the shit out sometimes subject to stop and think that's a funny phrase that humans came up with Playing the shit out of something but anyway are you really taking that Shit and going somewhere with it or you just taking are just dropping off shit into the toilet you mean like Oh yeah when you take shed shed. We're going to go take a take you're gonNA. You'RE GONNA go take a shower Reagan ago. What were you doing with it? That's mean Linguistic I do Linguistics Person On. We'll get to the bottom. Okay so Yes all of those things he said it is incredible. I feel it's I mean to me. It's like you hear the audience there. I mean he he he able to I mean was it. Where was it recorded did he did? He packs eight. You know this is actually four different Concerts okay yeah so Two of them were Our New York in nineteen seventy actually. All of them are recorded in nineteen seventy five Two of them were in California and the other two. You were in New York and I don't know which track belongs to what set you know what I mean but to put things in perspective One of the recordings is from Avenue called the Winterland ballroom in San Francisco in June of seventy five and and this was Frampton. First Time as a headliner. was that show six months before this album came out you was the opening act six months. He wasn't headlining before. This album came out. Basically like nineteen seventy five was his first headlining act and and that set was actually recorded and ended up on this record. I just think it's interesting to me. Abandon put a library at another other. You know until they have enough like you know I. It seems like something that doesn't happen until much later after success. You know what I mean like. After six happens happens you put out a best of album or alive L.. Yeah they took a gamble for sure. Do you think it's one of those things where it's like. This guy is just so much better live that you know we need to. We need to put a live record because it will sell better than his other stuff or there's so many great songs from all of his other albums uh-huh at how they put up before this wind of change and seventy two frampton camel in seventy three. Something's things happening in seventy four and then a self titled Album called Frampton became on Sarah. You relief for radio. Yeah Okay Yeah this is interesting you know it just makes you wonder like what the what the thinking was. Maybe it was just one of those ways for the record the record label to get get older songs to be on the radio again. You know what I mean like. If you put out a live record then all of his old catalog is now new again in a way a new record. It is the way so what I love about this album and I found a really great copy of it probably like a goodwill or something a while ago so I've had a record copy of it for Awhile so I've listened to it all they through quite a few times. There's something about the way that the microphones picked up the audience and like his reaction you know in his little. Will you know conversations with the what the audience in between the tracks. That makes it a really special. Listen

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"gummer" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"gummer" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Recently, a posted a pretty alarming headline. It was about the night stalker. A group of Nightstalkers stealth helicopters descending on downtown LA. And I'm wondering who's invading home until I read the article, but that's a pretty cool article share that story with our audience. Yeah. So this pops up quite often throughout the year, different large. Like metropolitan areas are startled by seeing these small plaque helicopters say black helicopters doing charcoal. Black not just dark green. You know? Like what you see the army fly special operations guys usually fast roping out of Gummer hanging out of the side fully geared up with weapons, etc. And the thing is is a night. They usually run totally blacked out or with just one with lights on. And then you see three more behind it the shadows of them. And what this is this is military mil military operations training and urban terrain. And these guys can't get this on a range. They can't go and do it in the desert. They need to do it in an actual city. And so they go to these places. And do it and it freaks people out. I mean, there's some videos that we post on there that have a little bird helicopter. Oh, h h six an m h six little bird flying. Just you know, twenty feet down the street with no lights on in downtown LA. So you can imagine if you're out about and you see that happen. You probably think something else bad is about to happen. But that definitely isn't the case. This is training. They do everywhere. But it definitely draws a lot of attention black helicopters. Of course, there's a long history of innuendo and rumor about them and a lot of it traces back to area fifty one. I remember seeing this movie zero dark thirty and the hangar doors open, and I don't know if those are the same as what the Senate on L A, but the idea that stealth helicopters were developed at area fifty one at groom lake as it's been that story's been floating around a long time. How true is it? Oh, that's a hundred percent accurate. I mean, we have firsthand accounts from the people that flew that that we're on the bin Laden mission Neptune spear that you say where were they went to train? They went area fifty one. That's where the helicopters were. And yeah, they were developed out there. There was a very few number of them. I believe there was just the two that examples that they used on that raid were basically mothballed and brought back for that particular mission. But since then and the success of that rate, even no one crashed from everything we can tell it seems as if there are there's a larger force now upgraded versions that have actually been put into operation. We've never seen those helicopters. We the only thing that we've ever seen of a stealth helicopter in these days this day and age was what was laying in front of bin Laden's house that was leftover that tale that was sitting there while they demo that helicopter blew it up to try to get rid of the evidence, you know, all that sensitive technology that the tail was sitting on other side of the wall and wasn't blowing up. But aside from that, that's all we know about them. They've stayed totally secret. And when you talk about how so hard to keep secret these days, we all know that that exists. That's that's a proven fact and still, you know, what eight years later, we've never seen another one of them or the one that did make it home from that particular mission area. Fifty one has been sort of part of my life for thirty years now and doing stories and bits and pieces of information leak out about this or that some very conventional, but exotic programs and some you're not quite sure what's real. But you know, you hear people who are not well informed talk about that that base that they will accept stories that are put out maybe as counterintelligence that are now the basis shutdown down. There's nothing really there. They don't know what they're talking about. I mean, it's at places where the Cold War was one to a large degree, and it's still an amazing facility that. I would think would be invaluable. Oh, it definitely is. It's and it's only growing it never moved to never went somewhere else. That's aronie report. Who knows where that came from like, you said because of that have been, you know, cantor, tell whatever I have no idea, but the reality is it's only gotten larger and they've only expanded their ownership of the government's ownership of the lands around. And probably the best story about that is the story of the had family who owned a mind that sack literally looking down on groom lake. I'm not saying like, you know, faraway look through a telescope to see the runway I'm saying right there, and they all that up until two years ago and till the government finally said, eminent domain, we're taking it. And there was a big continues. I've believed to be a lawsuit over it of what they're getting paid for that old historic mine up there. But yeah shows there are only the only are asking for more territory, not less and we've seen large additions to the base, including a massive hangar on the south side of the of the base. Next to the runway, which is more tall than it is wide just to give you an idea of what the heck could be stuck in that thing. Well, what is what is it? What your guests? Well, and we we talked about this quite a bit. The accessibility to space is a huge issue. These days spaces where the next war is can be primarily fought start of the war and the ability to skit satellites up there very quickly, and you know, without without being noticed. At least, you know from the start whenever you watch a rocket. You've got a huge infrared plume going up people know where it's happening when it's happening, but the ability to replace satellites really fast that are either shot down or disabled would be a really good capability to have. So with that in mind, you know, an aircraft that can carry another aircraft that can to stage to lodge and put something up in space is always been something. The government has been very interested. In fact, the SEA twelve which was the precursor to ask our seventy one Blackbird. We just did a story about a whole does. Studies that were done to make that aircraft a mothership to launch a rocket or a small aircraft into space. So my gut would be something like that. And it's also in a very remote area where if you have exotic fuels and very volatile fuels, you really don't want sitting around on a big ramp full of other airplanes and people and things that's just a guess. But that's something. I think that would make the height makes sense if you have to put another aircraft as on top of another one, you can't do it in a low slung hanger that you see us for stealth airplanes like the b one and potentially other aircraft that are out there that are flying wing type designs. I I have been communication, by the way with the Sheehan family many times over the years and have been invited to go along with them when they would visit that we're still allowed to visit their property out there, and they had to run the names by the military, folks. And of course, that was always next I never got to go. But they're what I understand they're finalizing go. She Asians to get a settlement that is satisfactory for the family after being pushed off their property. What about some of the rumors about things that are out there? Fifty one or elsewhere the TR three anything like that real. Well, listen when you talk about like TR three or anything that is something that can defy the normal laws of physics and flight, you know, especially when you get into something that is like potentially anti gravity or any of these things that float around these concepts. I can't sit here and tell you that it has never been done. It does not exist because I have no proof of that. And let's just put it this way. This is what I say when you mentioned earlier the tic TAC, and we're gonna get into that. But the only thing I can tell people is the government has spending tens of billions of dollars a year. On exotic black budget research going back to right after World War Two, you know, large sums of money in only getting larger and a lot of ways. So the idea that maybe they got lucky and they experimented with something that worked out that is absolutely too sensitive to ever release, or at least for the foreseeable future into the public. I think is something that is very possible. And is not something that is like just ripped out of a SCI fi movies. And is just be teamed totally unheard of. That's so much money over so much time, you're bound to get some exotic technologies out of it, and those technologies are probably the ones that you really don't want your enemy to know about. I don't know if this story is misinformation or disinformation. Somebody gave me to send me down a wrong lane. But was told that there was work out there on a plane that's invisible on invisible to radar but pretty much invisible. Anything heard anything like that? Of course. Yeah. Going back to the nineteen fifties. There has been research done on how to eliminate or reduce the visual signature of aircraft. And you know, that believe excuse my pronunciation here, it's probably off. But you Hootie lights were a system of lights that were developed in World War Two put on aircraft to basically make them disappear in a certain way, or to mass their shape, and and their design and visual signature matters all way to this day. So the idea that there hasn't been a lot of work on that is ridiculous. In fact, I believe the bird apprai-, which is one of the few things that came at area fifty one we know about that was a Boeing test article, very. Unique looking aircraft. I believe that. It's been mentioned that some visual stealthy capabilities were tested on that plane, but fast forward to today where you have at LCD screen in your pocket, you know, everything's miniaturized. And we have incredible abilities laser projection and everything else. Of course, there's been research done on that. And yeah, it would be really nice and really help out if you can allow, you know, make a stealthy airplane that you don't want people to see it's not just disappear on radar, and you know, or on the infrared spectrum, but the literally when you look up, you don't see it. Or what you see does not reflect the same shape of the aircraft of what it really is. So I think that's a very high probability that technology has advanced greatly in recent years, another exotic craft that Israel. We know it's real because it's been flying around up in space for a couple of years. The x thirty seven b the space plate the secrets base plan. Do you have an idea? What is mission is? Yeah. Nothing stays up for a year. So two time. And I would imagine it is up there. It has it has a payload bay about the size of like a flatbed truck. You know, like a Ford one fifty or whatever. So you can put a good size, you know, amount of stuff in back of that thing, and you know, obviously to carry different precautious Pailos and test out different communications capabilities. It's nice because you can recover it. And you can reuse it. And you can, you know, look at the systems that have been used that have been up there all those things. But the reality is is space is gonna be changing very soon. And it's already changing where you're gonna have satellites in orbit something that potentially next thirty seven could release small satellites that can go up to larger satellites it just hang out there. But one of the time is right. They can jam blind or kinetically destroy that satellite on a whim. And so that way we can deny our enemies, the -bility you space based capabilities and a war, and our enemies doing the exact same thing. So you're gonna see the weaponization of space on a grander level here in the next coming decade. An x thirty seven b is nice because you can get it up there. You can move it around you can release things, and you can recover it, and you can even recover small satellites that have been used and and to reuse again. So we don't know what it's doing. But I think the answer is a variety of tasks and some of those are probably very boring and some of those are probably quite exciting. You know, we hear a lot of speculation especially in these kinds of platforms about secret space program. And it's speculative, of course, when I guess in the context of what you just said, it, it might make sense. Do you think that there is something else beyond an extra thirty seven be floating around up there that there might be manned programs that we don't know.

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"gummer" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"gummer" Discussed on Mixergy

"People love it. And like, yeah, the BBC's are not gonna make three x or five x or even one point two x debuted like money. Now, you don't that was very quick. No, I do not. I'm just in this. You might like not three seed round count. Dislike his check like Email us. If you want to battle, the people who copied you. Well, it's not really mind to regret I'd prefer. I'd prefer them. Your smile. I'm running literally angry at them. You don't have. You don't have. That governor we have so many clones. And I just wanna tell you know, we started. But it's a clue. Exactly, that's true. We started publishing our numbers, and like one I think one of the things it is people. Stop voting us as much really I think people were like shit. That's not that big of a business like. So I'm surprised so I usually like I want to Email people that clung Gummer, and I'm like don't do it. Please don't Sears that we worth. Worth cutting. What about the there's always a guy who's gonna come out with a WordPress? Plug into does the same thing. Yeah. Right rear. Right. But there's not that much margin in each signup. Yeah. Like, there's a difference between like creating value in capturing value in capturing value in this business when you're like working with independent creators, like it's it's hard to remember everybody, John is killing it. But they're also by you know, they're fine. They're not square striper in like your picking a market that is sort of by definition vary. Part two moms do with those. Yes, I do kind of combat one of the things that do, sir. You said you would busy headstone to your mom, the delay people off. But then you said you would see smoking set your forget the. Yeah, I think busy was an excuse office..

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"gummer" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gummer" Discussed on Mixergy

"Okay. I want to make them think about this. Let's guess. Yes. Sounds great. And then you went to you said what to the other investors? I said, hey, Kleiner wrote it off would anyone else like to end? What did? Okay. So that was for a hundred bucks that was one hundred times more expensive. Wasn't a lower case. Oh, Chris is company. Yeah. Partially they stopped. They stopped criticism. One. Investing more senior just move on. Yeah. They stopped that he invested roof phones. Okay. Oh, wow. We okay. And then the others are just sitting there. So how much the what's the liquidation preferences now is the number now it's messing around two million. Wow. Okay. So it's like a seed funding company. Okay. Roughly. All right. Let's get to where you can say what just it gave me a path. Right. Like it. I intend to sell the company for like ten million bucks or anything like that. But like just the the feeling that I had built something. And like it's worth could have been more than the investment frights light that you know, that gave me a lot of confidence in in like all of a sudden, I think really overnight while straight like it felt like, wow, I have I can work on dumber at again. Because like the thing is with with Gummer like every every day every minute. I spent working thinking about it like that's not going to come back to me. You know, it was hard to work on work on. Now you actually own enough with the company for tomato. Yeah. Okay. Let's talk about what you did to get it there. So one thing monthly membership. What do you do creative to what you need to do to a monthly membership? You put that together. It's out there and help steady things ten thousand breath of air Bs flits next needed to..

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"gummer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"gummer" Discussed on KGO 810

"Spokesman Gummer mouth step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake rob ably. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop and call a cab, a car or a friend. Buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. I'm probably okay to have one more drink before. I drive home. I'm probably okay. I opened the window to stay alert probably a governor mouth step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake rob ably. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop and call a cab a car or a friend buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. Jio San Francisco. A Cumulus station now on Amazon just tell Alexa to play cagey. Oh, eight ten evening. I'm making the door. The Senate today defeated two competing proposals to end the partial government shutdown now in its thirty four th day not to wear it. President Trump suggested one possible way to solve the impasse suggested. As they open it, they pay a pro rated down payment for the wall, which I think people agree that you need. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi said no that is not a new agreement between. Between the senators what he's talking about what size payment. I don't know what that means. Trump.

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"gummer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"gummer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Probably. Gummer my mouth step out of the car. Please. Probably. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop and call a cab a car or a friend buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. Radio. K F B J Sacramento. HD two KFI AM Pollock pines. And. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. It got ugly in the house majority. Democrats tried to push through a Bill to fully reopen the government with no funding for President Trump's border wall. At one point it's alleged the Republican yelled at Los Angeles. Born Representative Tony Cardenas to go back to Puerto Rico majority leader, Steny Hoyer won't say who it was. I would hope that we could refrain from any implications which have any undertones of prejudice or racism or any kind of ISM Friday is day. Twenty eight of the shutdown the health and human services department's inspector general reports thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their parents of the US Mexico border than previously reported by the administration. We government report suggests President Trump stuff immigration policies contributed to even more immigrant family separations homeland security reported and it began a year before they announced there's zero tolerance undocumented immigrant policy inspector general says. Poor federal agency tracking and communication made it harder to see. If those children ended up with your parents or other guardian ABC's Andy Field in Washington in Los Angeles negotiators for striking teachers in the Elliott school district met for the first time since the strike began union president Alex Caputo Pearl optimistic. Arguing is likely to continue tomorrow and likely to continue into the weekend. More than six hundred thousand students impacted by the strike by teachers sixty one year old education secretary, Betsy DeVos, recovering from a broken pelvis and hip sockets suffered in a cycling accident this month. She's in a wheelchair while her injuries. He'll sign all the times. The venerable Jewish-American publication the forward announced it is ceasing print editions, and we'll become a digital only publication the last print issues in English will come in the spring. You're listening to ABC news..

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"gummer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gummer" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight to eight eight nine eight eight I'm probably okay to have one more drink before. I drive home. I'm probably okay. I opened the window to stay alert. Probably spokesman Gummer mouth step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake. Probably. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop in Cali cab, a car or a friend. Buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. I'm probably okay to have one more drink before. I drive home. I'm probably okay. I opened the window to stay alert probably of government mouth step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake. Probably. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop in Cali cab, a car, a friend. Buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. Now back to coast to coast AM I'd cagey. Oh, eight ten. to the west good morning. Good evening where ever you may be across the nation around.

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CBS names Richard Parsons as interim chairman of board after Les Moonves exit

Brian Kilmeade

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

CBS names Richard Parsons as interim chairman of board after Les Moonves exit

"Dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On mytalk mytalk tell me something. Good bill. Cosby was sentenced Tuesday to three to ten years in state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman over a decade ago on Gummer county judge Steven O'Neill handed down the sentence after he ruled Cosby a sexually violent predator. The assault on Andrea Constand if the comedian's estate near Philadelphia in two thousand and four Cosby was escorted out of the courtroom in

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