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How Infrastructure as Code Is Accelerating Cloud Adoption
"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries and today we have the vice president of engineering. And has she core pretty small pretty welcome to the show. Thanks matt super excited about chatting today all right. let's get right to it. How she court and its suite of products or some of the most popular products. In that i've ever heard about in Among the developer community. So everyone i know that is a full stack developer or back end. Developer is using a hash core product at some level for those. That don't know what you guys do. What is ashi core. And what are some of the products. And why do you think is become such a standard in the development community. Yeah awesome. Let's start with that. So how she is a company. That is really focused on helping customers on their journey to cloud no digital transformation is top of mind and it really depends the way that applications are being billed is no longer have sort of the traditional data centers in data methods of operating. And so are chronic. Swede is essentially helping customers on that journey when you think of us we were really founded as an open source software company and we have eight organ source projects today and these projects really kind of play different roles in that journey for the cloud operating model the first set of products really around helping developers kind of in their lifetime time environment in building images and those are aikman and packer. Richardson packer almost become household names in any developer community. Now we followed that with the tax reform and tear form is used to essentially provision your infrastructure.
Why Does Sex Die Out in Long-Term Relationships?
"Hi rain thank you so much for joining us on the show today and you so much for having me today. We're gonna talk about sex in. We're going to talk about why it dies out in long term relationships and then the three types of sex and understanding those three types that you breakdown and how that can help us not reframe. How sex dies out. So why don't we start with having you tell us in our listeners. Why sex loses. Its bang from those first few months when you're together with someone new yes. This is a phenomenon that pretty much. All couples experience all around the world. Then they get to see that with my clients. Come from all over the. Us from australia. All of europe asia and doesn't amazing phenomena that the section of is hashing. It it's exciting. Can't keep our hands off each other. And then as drift happens once the couple gets into a more intense relationship more committed relationship. There's more responsibilities. Like children and the passions starts to die out. And i know from my own experience as a vendor working with couples folks who go through this. How confusing this. How come we were so excited. And passionate verge on the in the beginning and our love and our relationship seems so easy and now we just feel like roommates at best or worst fighting with each other. And so what i have seen and myself and my own couple. The couples i work with is that this is a really natural phenomenon. And it's nothing to be scared about and it's something that happens for good reasons for biological reasons and a call to action for couples. You really learn differently.
Google's Supreme Court Win Could Actually Benefit the Little Guy
"For years courts have been trying to hash out whether google stole code from oracle way back when google was creating its android mobile operating system. It decided to use some java code that would make the system compatible with lots of programs but the java code was owned by oracle which then sued. And it's been in the courts ever since this week. The supreme court finally ruled that what google did was allowed in didn't infringe on oracle's
Interview With John Paul Baric of Aurum Capital Ventures
"Welcome back to reimagine twenty twenty. I'm unocal's joined by. Gp baruch founder and ceo at armed capital ventures. Jp thanks for joining us excited. All right well jp. I'm excited. It's the first time i got to speak to you. So maybe let me and the audience know who you are and how you got into blockchain sure so my name is jimmy very time run or capo. Ventures with his cryptocurrency mining company focus on optimizing stranded energy across the us globe and billy out large-scale mining facilities and then selling hash rate to consumers and building out financial products for institutions to access As an asset class i myself got into cryptocurrency and bitcoin. Back in twenty thirteen. I was a freshman in high school and saw bitcoin was going to change the world so got in started learning a lot about it. Talk to my teachers. Talk to my everyone in my family about it and just happened. You know preaching. Hey bitcoin seventy dollars this things going to change the world. only scarce money and then really just met a bunch of very interesting people on the journey and it's just been working the community building since then That's a little bit about my background and my story and since then i've just been kind of playing around with cryptocurrency mining trading software products in the space never really did any of the ico's but just kind of watch from the sideline and i've seen about the three bubbles now and going into my fourth year
$260M Rent Relief Program Opens For Los Angeles Residents Tuesday
"6 30. Starting today, Ellie residents can apply for up to $10,000 in rent relief. It's thanks to a state bill that allocates more than $2.6 billion in red and utility bill relief to Californians. The money can be used to forgive back rent owed over the past 12 months reimburse landlord struggling from a lack of rental income or to help a current rent. Assembly member Miguel Santiago represents the 53rd district in parts of downtown in East L A and supported the bill. This is big news. Big news because renters will have the ability to have either wrecked forgiven. Or a portion of the rent paid so they don't get a victim. You don't have to be a documented citizen. You just have to live in l, a be financially affected by the pandemic and make less than half the area Median income, which is about $56,000 for a family of four. Fund is estimated to help about 64,000 families stay in their homes. The reason we're pushing this and the reason we're making sure that everybody understands the programs that are out there because that one big wait to prevent the homeless problem is to make sure people don't fall in the streets. Angelenos can apply beginning today through the end of April. You could do that online at H C I d hash L. A Not. Ellie. Citi
Stars unite to condemn anti-Asian racism
"Celebrities of Asian descent are speaking out as part of a new campaign hash tag stop Asian hate in the wake of the Atlanta massage business shootings that killed eight people six who were women of Asian descent actress Kelly Marie Tran knows first hand about racism after she was cast as a lead in a Star Wars movie now she's speaking out against the violence sweeping the country stop Asian eight joining the campaign will on actor who only we got here four hundred years ago or for we are home and M. butterfly playwright David Henry Hwang we need you to stand with us singer milk also lends her voice these women were more than somebody's temptation on a bad day you're somebody's mother friend you see and hear more on their social media pages I'm Julie Walker
Sharon Osbourne Apologizes After Fiercely Defending Piers Morgan
"Today on daily private sharon. Osborne says she is sorry after things got ugly on the talk now remember. Sharon had defended piers morgan after he slammed to make a markle turned into a heated debate about racism. I'm asking you again and don't try and cry because if anyone should be quiet should be made held me when you have heard him say racist things. Educate me tell me to not want to address that because she is a black woman and to try to dismiss it or to make. It seem less than what it is. That's what makes it racist all right well today. Sharon posted an apology on social media. She writes i panicked but blindsided got defensive and allowed my fear and horror of being accused of being racist. Take over kind of what we said that we felt like she was feeling After seeing this apology if you were cheryl would you be able to move on as a colleague or friend will after seeing the apology. What i didn't see where sheriff's name in the policy and as a colleague got it look for a check. I'm gonna pretend fingers and ten toes down on the ground and keep moving. That's how i am women. It's about my livelihood sometimes in life. No matter who you are sometimes you just gotta get through a rough situation so the show must go on. I would be able to move on but as a friend. Yeah so you say in her tweet. She should've had searle's name in there. Not only cheryl. Elaine walter rot in the in there as well because the exit cut a fool on the show. She got on the show. If i sat here and we were talking about something that happened with women's issues and chris and i got in a fight the first person i'm going to say my apology is sorry to my friend for disrespecting you and also sorry to kim as a woman i should have never said that to you here and sitting here and having to see me witnessed this whole thing. 'cause elaine was taken back by all of it so i don't know if i was sheriff i would be able to move on as a friend. Okay but what about. What if they did a private apology. What if she went to the dressing room after the show or even the next day and said look. Let's have a sit down. I want to hash out because it happened on the show. Public discussion like that heated discussion. You have to have a public apology. Why are you doing at rocket and you say we talked about it earlier that they should have had this discussion in the dressing room prior to the show it should not have been something that heated on television. Yeah we'll sharing belt that she had curse that's like us working together. I mean we got here yesterday too. I'd have to apologize by the way look. We are on a show that are spaced in opinions and a lot of times we would not agree on certain things and there are certain things that you have turned up about. There are certain things that i may turn up about from time to time again. Maybe once a week. I get a little crazy. But that's just part of the show. And i think for cheryl in sharon. They understand that. This is a hard time in america and we need to bring these conversations front so that people at home could have the same conversations however you gonna drag me publicly you
A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M
"Sound. You hear the sound of people's heads absolutely exploding a few times in previous episodes. I've mentioned the people auction going. On at christie's this is the first time the famous auction house has auctioned off a completely digital good. They had previously included an f. T. versions of some physical items that were up for auction but this was the first time it was just an nf tea while the final bids are in and the price paid for people's the first five thousand days was sixty nine million three hundred and forty six thousand two hundred fifty dollars first of all the folks over on wall street. Bets are in utter disbelief that the price wasn't sixty nine million. Four hundred twenty thousand and sixty nine dollars. Second of all crypto. Twitter is absolutely frigging losing their minds. This is a crescendo. Perhaps the first of many but definitely the first of the nfc mennea sweeping the world. I've given the background before but in short. Nfc's are non fungible tokens non fungible means that rather than every token being like every other token in other words each. Bitcoin is like each other bitcoin. They're mutually interchangeable. Each other is equivalent to each other. Tether these are cryptographic. Unique tokens that uniqueness lens them well to the actual owning quote unquote of the original quote unquote of creative work. Like a piece of art and of have been a part of the crypto space. For years i mean remember crypto kitties but over the last few months and especially the last few weeks they have had a major breakout. There have been two really important categories within that the first is actually in the sports collectible slash trading cards space last year. The team that brought you crypto katie's launched nba top shots in conjunction with the nba. These are effectively a new type of trading card featuring efficiently. Licensed video highlights. Now i was watching this and things started reasonably but they have really picked up over the last couple months last month. Nba top shot process. More than two hundred fifty million dollars in sales from one hundred thousand buyers more than that admitted a whole new group of wales a wall street journal article today was called the whales of nba. Top shot made a fortune buying lebron highlights. They were the early to the hottest. Nf market and their collections are now worth millions of dollars. They take a look at people. Like michael levy a thirty one year old financial analyst. Who spent one hundred seventy five thousand dollars over six months whose collection is now worth twenty million plus or andy chore. Leeann a twenty seven year. Old dev who back in his younger days traded pokemon bought sneakers but then more recently bought. Thirty eight hundred. Nba top shot moments. That are now worth a collective fifteen million. I think it's really important to point this side of the market out because in many ways it is a completely different. Demographic than the crypto punks art type people and frankly the people interested in people at least on an artistic level. But i also think it's worth noting that collectibles in general are going crazy. Golden auctions is a huge trading house for cards memorabilia. It sarah on march seventh. Golden tweeted prior to two thousand twenty. There only ten cards that ever sold for one million dollars plus in history last night we sold five cards for a million dollars. Plus clearly there is something going on in these sports card collectible market as well and on a smaller level i track a small index of magic the gathering card prices just to keep track of what older cars in that space are doing and it's up four hundred and fourteen percent in the last year. This is going to be relevant for discussion in a little bit about what's really underlying what's happening in an f. Teas but for now. Let's get back to the art. There has been a ton of focus. Here i people were gobsmacked by the price of crypto punks which are selling for thousand sometimes even tens of thousands hash masks or more of the same but all in all these things felt pretty well contained within the crypto space they were insider games insider speculation and insider collectors over the last few weeks that shifted we saw people sell on nifty gateway for more than six million. We had musicians jumping in just in blau who performs as three lau sold a set of thirty three. Nfc's for over eleven million dollars. Grimes may just under six million dollars. Kings of leon released an album last week with full. Ft's we've seen more sports stars jump in with gronk releasing a bunch of nf teas and then we've had brand seemingly determined to ruin the party for everyone like taco bell who released a set of tease last week as well. Of course alongside the hype. The backlash has increased as well. I mentioned on yesterday's show that there is a huge group. Were now fighting on environmental grounds. Just to give you a sample of some of those tweets per the biggest thing. The nfc sh tells us that we have an extremely short amount of time to destroy the capitalist system before it scorches all live from the earth in of a three percent rate of return. Here's another one the. Nfc thing has drawn a line in the sand between the artists who are annoying for evil minting enough tease and artists who are annoying for good cyber bullying people minting. Nfc's until dimensions mentions are so exhausting. They stop like we're all annoying but it's how we use our powers finally. Let's do one more tweeting things here and there but my stance on teases final. It's horrible for the environment and a very critical time in the climate crisis. Therefore if you participate in it. I will judge you freely in gladly and no longer support you so i tweeted this out yesterday and got a huge number of responses of people who have seen similar things and keep in mind. These aren't like random accounts or at least these tweets are getting hundreds of likes responses. And re tweet so. It seems clear that there is this counter lash happening even as we speak all in all the point. Is that even before today. Things in this space. We're getting pretty heated. But then the people auction closed
China wants to go carbon neutral by 2060, which could mean kicking out some tech
"Inner. Mongolia is under pressure from the chinese government to reduce its energy use and the province has responded by cracking down on high energy activities. It's kerr tailing new steel and methanol production big data centers and banning cryptocurrency mining. That is notable because inner. Mongolia is a huge hub for crypto mining which requires a tremendous amount of electricity as supercomputers run millions of calculations to generate new coins. Jennifer pack marketplace's china correspondent. She says the environmental effects of crypto currency mining. Were in some ways an economic trade off. You have to understand that a lot of the latest where cryptocurrency mining is happening are poor places And so a lot of those local governments they want to attract these types of industries like crypto currency mining because it's generating economic growth for them and china's the biggest manufacturer of cryptocurrency mining equipment and also labor. These are the attractive features. Of and i don't think that just by one region in china trying to crack down on this would mean that china would no longer be a major player still will be. How will this. Crackdown potentially affect carbon emissions in that region at least in inner mongolia. If it goes according to plan it's going to go down but inner mongolia actually has a lot of Other renewable energies as well. It's just that cryptocurrency mining sucks up a lot of electricity but certainly china has committed itself to going carbon neutral by twenty sixty. And you can be sure that there will be a lot of pressure coming from the central leadership on these various places to get itself in line. You know all countries will have to reduce emissions to keep climate change on track for the goals that in the paris agreement big tack in general from bitcoin mining to these big power intensive data centers could be more of a target in the future right. Are there lessons. We can take away from this move. Definitely they're going to be the target. I guess There are other regions. As i mentioned where China also has cryptocurrency mining bases so in places like sichuan and they have rich hydropower So it's not always derived from coal but it is possible that could come from renewable energies. I guess it really comes down to the consumer right the demand because if you talk about the future of cryptocurrency mining it really just comes down to the profitability so it's likely that it will just keep shifting to wherever its most profitable the kind of mir's what's happened to labour-intensive industries right shoe shoe-manufacturing any other dirty industries that are undesirable. It usually just ends up to other places where the enforcement is rather lax if you will because they need the money for development. That's basically what the story is here in. Angola needed the money. Jennifer pack is marketplace's. China correspondent the amount of power. A cryptocurrency network is using is commonly referred to as a hash rate inner mongolia accounts for about eight percent of the global bitcoin mining hash rate.
Illinois governor signs bill making state the first to end cash bail
"Justice reform bill that was signed into law by the governor. Fundamentally changing the way criminal justice is done across the state. The first state Illinois becomes the first state in the U. S to end cash bail, and I know a lot of law enforcement groups and attorneys generals across the state have come out. With some questions about it or not, they're they're a little concerned about some of the language language in this 700 plus Page Bill chief Mitchell Davis, though he's not one of them that that I understand he people leaves. This is going to be very good for the state. He's the hazel crust. Hazel Crest Police Department chief. Thank you, chief for spending time with us here on WGN. Thank you for having me. Tell us what it is that we should know about this. Why it is you are so much in favor of what was just past. We'll get to some of the concerns too. But what do you What do you like about this? How do you see this is the path forward? Well, I look at this as an opportunity for reforms. And I guess before I go toe reform for me is that after the definition says, is to make things better not just change, but the change them for the better. And this just gives us an opportunity to put reforms in place that can allow law enforcement to be more equitable in our administration of justice. Mm hmm. So, uh, specifically, some of the things that come out is the end of cash bail. There is the state wide use of force standards so statewide, they'd make determinations about what kind of use of force which is okay. These officers have to be equipped with body cams. Some of the ones that have him have to that goes into effect right away. If you don't have him, you've got some time to do that. Do you have those in Hazel Crest? We actually are in the evaluation process for our body cams. We were. It was already number one of our list of priorities. Before this. This legislation was enacted and it just, you know, just was right in line with what we were doing so many, many departments that don't have them, uh, law enforcement in general, I believe once by can, but it's the financial responsibility that comes along with him. Is what hinders most folks and that's what delayed us in getting Yeah, I hear that a lot. I hear that both the good officers, the law abiding ones, the ones that the vast majority overwhelming majority of folks who wear the badge would like them. They think that they help them sometimes to ever, maybe more often than the folks who are the suspects in the case. I don't know, but they say that it's not a bad thing. I think the only complaint I've heard is that how do you get the money for that? Right? They're expensive. They're expensive to buy the expensive to operate. Keep running and that for smaller police departments like yours That becomes a real sort of obstacle. Our burden? Yes, ma'am. And so the state of Illinois has a Body worn camera Grant fund through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, and you can apply for grant money through that entity. And while initially when that program was started, there was a lot of different caveats. If you take this money, there was a lot of different quote things that you had to do in order to take the money and to get the body cams and what ultimately ended up happening it happening is a lot of people did not take the money because they didn't they weren't able to comply with what was being asked of them. What's happened since then, is those things that were initially asked were put into law. So whether you got body cams are now now you have to comply with those things. So, um, that Grant Fundo we need for it to be expanded. S O. Once again. Most folks are not against body cams. But we do need that financial assistance, especially as you say the most departments are like Hazel Crest. Most departments are Chicago. Most departments are, uh most municipalities don't have that money to outfit all of their their people that we work for them. So we absolutely need funding to be paired with this legislation, and that's one of the things that we have to try to make sure that is implemented. Because the unfunded mandates are what we're going to make this bill fail in a big way, and I'm just prayerful that they will have the commitment to making sure that we have the funding to make sure things happen. Chief. I've heard. I'm sure you've heard this. I've heard this number of law enforcement folks. I know who say this anonymous complaints thing. You're allowed to make anonymous complaints against a police officer. While that sounds like it should happen for certain reasons, people would be afraid of intimidation or something. Someone patrolling the neighborhood who now is going to hold something against them. There are a number of reasons why people might be fearful to come forward. And so I get the thinking behind it. What officers think, believe many of them and I'm sure you've heard. This isn't in this environment where there is a lot of anti police sentiment. Some people don't even believe we should have police. That there are just going to be targeted attempts to try to remove officers and if you could do that anonymously, boy, that's going to be a lot more simple to do. Well, you know, and I've heard that argument as well. But we have to realize is that just because somebody files a complaint, somebody's not gonna lose their job. They're still due process, so whether it's an anonymous complaint or whether it's somebody who's filled out an affidavit. They act. It has to be substantiated. It has to be investigated and an officer is not held accountable to that complaint until that whole process has done so that due process is in place. Okay, So you feel comfortable that you you tell your officers visit? You've heard it right that they come to you and said that I've heard it from from officers from all over the state of a little bit. That is a concern that you know departments will be overwhelmed with anonymous complaints and and I get it. It may require more work for us. But the the end result is there are areas and there are some communities where people need to be able to file anonymous complaints. And if we can find a way so that we meet that need for folks to file anonymous complaints and not cause undue burden on our police departments and not jeopardize our officers, making sure that they have that due process That's what we have to meet in the middle. And that's where moving forward we gotta come up with solutions that can help us solve those challenges. Yeah, I think a couple things that I don't like about the bill. One is that the way it was past it sort of was this lame duck session middle of the night. Truly, like three or four in the morning, They dropped this 700 page. Bill and they said, Go ahead, take a look at it and you got an hour and we're gonna vote. And so suddenly over the weeks and weeks that followed, there were little things in there and maybe some big things to the people found that they thought, Wait a minute. This This might not be the way it's written may not be what we really need in terms of That delicate balance between preserving public safety and also giving suspects who have not been convicted rights and not not going after poor people simply because they're poor. I get that one of the things that's pointed out to me, and this is more of a prosecutor thing and judges, but it has to do with law enforcement to is that Now, in order to detain someone that the whole no bond thing in order to detain someone, you have to show that they pose a threat specifically to a certain person. So anyone who does sort of crime of convenience, whether it's a Carjacking or sexual assault or robbery or so many of the crimes That you see unless you can say that this person actually would go back out and go after this person. The judge and the prosecutors don't really have a lot of leverage to detain that person. Do you think that that will lead to that person may be a person who does violent crimes. To just think. Well, there are no consequences. So I believe that the you know, and once again as you mentioned this is for the judiciary and for prosecutors, more so than the police, But I believe that the foundation of it is that the person cannot be a threat. Now what the determining factors are for that person being a threat. Those are things that that's all gonna have to be hashed out. And one of the things that I'm once again. I'm hopeful for I'm prayerful for is that the no cash bond. It does not go into effect for a couple years. So that gives time for judiciary for prosecutors for legislators to sit down and really hash this out and look at unintended consequences that may have resulted from the initial language and I think that for me, that's where I'm most hopeful is that throughout the entire bill, what the legislators have told us And they asked for input all along with this well what they what? They've told us that even with this initial passage that they're looking to make things better in the bill, and so that's where the collaboration comes into place by everybody by the legislators. By my police officers, everybody by the community that we all come together and look at things were not going to agree on everything. But if we could make it more palatable so that it at the end of the day it works out for what's best for everybody. I believe that this bill can ultimately be something that can be. It'll be was used around the country as a standard. Hey, they These are the mistakes. They made it to the things that they've done right, But at the end of the day, I think it can help everybody if it's done right with collaboration and proper funding for the mandates that are being given to us. All right, Chief, I I certainly appreciate time and and your perspective. It's good to hear from someone in law enforcement. Who does support this and hear what you have to say about it. So thank you for making time for us. Yes, ma'am. Have a great day. Thank you, sir. Chief Mitchell Davis. There. He's with Hazel Crest. Speedy. We're gonna get to the
The Disturbing Side of Social Media Astrology
"When i was younger and a few years ago when i started to explore social media more for my astrology practice i would be so disturbed by a lot of the messages that i would get on how you know or like you know i would write an article on psychic powers and then i'd be like pleased like i need help. I need to talk to my grandfather. Or i am trying to. I'm i'm trying to get my kids back i you know. What should i do for this court and just things that were caused me so much anxiety because it was like. Oh my god like there is no had for that you know like news no easy solution and something sliding into someone's dm's randomly you're not gonna and undocked with like the r- the solution that you need for that man. Yeah and then. I kinda got really desensitized to it and i stopped caring because it was it went on for so long there were so many years of it and it was like i realized that this is just. This is just comes with the territory. Is that there a lot of desperation. That goes into a lot of the time when people come to the metaphysical world. It's because they are looking for easy answers. And there are a lot of people a lot of practitioners who actually profit off of that and make their entire business model responding to the dams. And saying i have the solution view. It's twenty five dollars hash app. Then mel hey pal you know. Imagine having a platform on top of either one of those things. Yeah i mean it's to me. It's pretty horrific that people would actually respond to those messages and Encourage those people to pay for x. y. and z. Product or service because to me magic. Metaphysical work esoteric. Practice cannot be approached in a state of desperation or anxiety or fear.
Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance
"I'd like you to meet gloria reuben. Who was a trustee of the waterkeeper alliance from two thousand seven to two thousand ten and served as an advisor to former vice president. Al gore's environmental organization called the climate reality project and on other natural resources groups as well you will also likely recognize her from her appearances in television series like er and marvel's tv cloak and dagger among others as well as in movies like lincoln and a reasonable doubt. Welcome to green captions radio glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for letting me join you. Joe. oh no problem. It's my pleasure my pleasure so let's start with. What condition is our water supply and today as president biden starts his first term as president. What is the water supply. He is inheriting well. I think we would all agree over these last four years the previous president did pretty much anything that he could to eviscerate our clean out air clean water regulations so it is very exciting last night to to witness our new president president. But i didn't as he signed the papers to rejoin the paris climate agreement and to roll back some of the deregulations that the former president clearly. There's a lot of work to be done but that once. We have obviously a leader in place president in place who believes in science and who listens to scientists and who believes in climate change and listens to the scientists gusta climate change and who obviously is a great advocate for the wellbeing of all americans of all peoples that is definitely a hopeful sign the destruction that happened in the last four years previous to President by being sworn in cannot be changed overnight but Reliance as very proud very excited to be on the front lines of this. Very important fight to have drinkable swimming. Fissionable waters for americans and for people around the globe. As you said. I mean it's extraordinary when you can get two point. Five million miles of waterways being protected from from our local over three hundred and fifty plus waterkeeper groups around globe. That's a huge thing. It's a lot of miles. So i'm really excited to join forces again rejoined forces again with this extra organization and in a leadership role so is the did the rollbacks that the trump administration did did they actually result in more water pollution. I mean we obviously have the flint michigan situation but that was not trump. That was the governor in michigan. Right when you talk about pollution in the waterways that goes very much to industries like fossil fuel industries of course like factory farming like businesses corporations. That are allowed to just kind of dump their way store there By rhonette of of making things of manufacturing into the waterways when there's no regulation The clearly people can just do what they want at their own. Well not have to pay any consequences you know it all comes down to first thing which is reenacting these laws again. Going back in place and then enforce laws are terrific things to have. But if they're not enforced than what's also it's important to remember that one of the things that president biden as well last night was to cancel the keystone pipeline. Which has as many of us know has been an ongoing issue for years now. And if i think about it the former president were elected. That very well may have happened. Now i've been to alberto into the athabasca river. I've seen the destruction that's happened with trying to suck out oil from sand. It's not an easy process. Takes more gallons of water from the athabasca river to make one barrel of oil and that is destruction destroy not just obviously the environment but the first nations people that have lived on that land for generations. So it's a it's a trickle down effect if you will of Polluters of Whether they be industries or or again corporations or even individuals whether or not brought to justice when when when there's no law to protect people that lived in that area then it's a free fall and You know. I was a newly appointed just over two months ago so the lot to catch up on. It's a lot of information that i'm soaking up. And we can't wait to be able to fly again safely obviously in good all corners of the world to to meet in person a lavar extraordinary water keepers are clean water warriors. I want i'm sure i'm sure. So does the waterkeeper alliance have a checklist of things that they want. The biden administration. To do i mean are there. Water infrastructure investments Besides putting back in place the clean water act. i mean. We hope that's happening soon. But maybe you're disappointed. It didn't happen right away. What kinds of investments and specifics are you looking for from president biden. Yes well. I think you know as you mentioned. Clean water act course. Everything can happen in one night. So we're confident that that will be reassigned. Only shocks right. I know but go back to the industry. Portion coal ash coal pollution cola. Hashes is definitely something that needs to be addressed in taken care of again. The factory farming issue is a huge thing. Learn in this country. North carolina again. I've been to north carolina. I've seen those ways. They call the ponds or lagoons. They tried to make these names. Sound like it's a recreational place yet now. These are ponds at are made of animal. Waste that seat into the waterway. So that's definitely something that needs to be handled in terrific water keepers in that region. An area that are that are winning lawsuits against not of these factory farms. I think that You know the overall climate issues that Is a abroad umbrella. You'll and plastics. We we all know again. You know plastics Issue jim global issue for sure so clean water act coal cocoa factory farming. These i think are are three very big tangible things that that can be addressed. Well we can he can pass. He can propose legislation that punishes. And as you say enforcement is critical these industrial polluters. It's you know taking a page out of the erin brockovich book relay right but these things also and i totally support on plastic pollution. To get me started on that one will be here for hours but a lot of these things require congressional approval and even though the democrats biden's party control both the house and the senate it's by d. Tiny itsy-bitsy margin right. So how do you. And i know that president by misspeaking bipartisanship since the very first days of his campaign and did so in his inaugural address etcetera but washington is still gridlock. So what's your outlook for whether for example getting factory farming in any kind of legislation. You know control of it. Is that realistic. Yes i think so for. Sure i mean again. These things take time an in carolina. I just wanted to north carolina. Just specifically in that region aren't bringing they aren't litigating certain cases in terms of factory farming. When it comes to the government The legislation in two to be passed in congress isn't going to be tricky but i am the only way to stay in this to even to say yes to this to stay because this is a long term long time mission is to is to keep positive and to just keep on doing. The things that we know will work again. The positive aspects are yes. We do have a house in the senate. So that's a hopeful thing at you know. We don't know what the future will hold of course but for right now we have the majority so that means that and again you know. We have leaders in place who do not deny the truce and they don't make falsities in order to remain in power. There are those who do that. But you know our president and vice president
Virginia legislature votes to end death penalty
"Virginia today. Lawmakers in the state house voted to abolish the death penalty and if governor ralph northam signs. The bill virginia would become the twenty third state to end capital punishment. Whitney evans is report for member station. Vpn and she joins us now from richmond and whitney. What's the latest in virginia. Where things stand with this bill. Hi yeah. Both chambers have now approved their versions of the bill but they still have to resolve a disagreement before it can actually go to the governor's desk and that's whether people who were at one time sentenced to die in virginia would perhaps be eligible for parole down the road and the senate is actually pushing for pearl eligibility. So are they going to have to vote. they're going to have to go into what's called a conference committee and hash it out and then they will have then and then it would go to the governor for his signature so democrats are in control of the state legislature in virginia. And the votes on this. Bill have been think largely on partisan lines party lines. But you note that at least a couple of republicans have shown some support along the way. Why is that news newsworthy. That's right well. Democrats have been wanting to abolish the death penalty for some time but they didn't have control of the legislature One republican senator. Bill stanley actually signed onto cosponsor. This bill The senate version of the bill but he backed out because senate democrats wanted to leave the parole provisions in and In the house today to republicans join their democratic colleagues to vote for the bill. In what are you hearing from other people who have an interest in keeping the death penalty groups supporting the victims families or maybe police advocates. How are they responding right. So law enforcement groups in virginia support the death penalty. They wanna make sure that people can still be sentenced to death particularly for killing police officer. the majority of virginia republicans. Again say You know they also support the death penalty and they say victims families deserve what they see. As as this form of justice mind you. I've spoken to numerous family members of victims. Not just in. Virginia who say you know it only makes healing more difficult. And they don't see it as justice at all. I really spoke to rachel. Set sutton the daughter of a police officer who was murdered by name. William in two thousand six more of it was executed in two thousand seventeen against his wishes. Did we just lose. Whitney their whitney. Are you okay well. Why don't we play that tape. If we're waiting for whitney to come back here on the line why don't we play that tape if we have it or many of us and we have continually spoken out that this is not what we wants however we want to honor that is who disagree with us and we are not speaking against them but against this issue that we see from combat society. Yes up and told me that following the whole process leading up to more of his execution was just really painful. Sorry for the technical difficulties. There whitney could you put this into context for us quickly. Virginia has a long history of executing people but actually hasn't done so in a few years. So what does that mean for. People who are still on death row right there to people on death row for capital murder. Both men are black in their forties One of those individuals was convicted of murdering his girlfriend and her two young children. The other was sentenced to death for killing a police officer so abolishing. The death penalty in virginia would reduce their sentences to life in prison. All right whitney evans legal reporter for vpn in richmond. Virginia thank you so much. Thank you
Journalist In Myanmar Recounts Ongoing Military Coup
"No one quite expected them to do it. That's what a journalist says in Myanmar after a military coup. The armed forces have never been fully out of power in that country. But in 2015, they allow democratic elections won by the party of Aung San Souci. She had received a Nobel Prize for her decades long fight for democracy, including years under arrest. The military's partial retreat allowed me and Marta and its global isolation. Then this week, the military retook full power and on sans Souci is detained again. Parts of the Internet are blocked and Myanmar but we reached journalist Amen Thon and Yangon, which is a city of some five million. There's a curfew union go on at 8 P.m.. Every night, People have been going on to the bathroom ease or outside to the front of their homes and banging pots and pans. It's a traditional Berman's ritual to get rid of evil spirits in your house every night. It's been getting louder and longer, and you could just hear the sound echoing through the city. We should remind people that the coup was over and election result in November and had been feared for some time. Was there a great deal of suspense in recent months? Not really. But it wasn't a complete surprise, but no one quite expected them to do it. People assume that that this was, you know, posturing and threats. But you know, leading up to the last couple days before the coup. There were some really alarming pictures of a tank in London, as well as unusual movements by the military near military installations throughout man lost Even then, people didn't really think they would actually do a real coup. What did you hear from people when it became clear that it really was a co was quite a lot of despair. I think, especially for people of my parent's generation, so people the fifties and sixties and older, I think they just didn't expect it. You know, they worshiped essentially insensitivity all their lives, and I think they had a really difficult time really coming to terms that they hadn't won after all in 2015. I'd like you to explain that perspective because some Americans who follow events from Myanmar maybe only know Aung San Souci as a civilian leader who failed to condemn Genocide of Ranga in Myanmar. What was it that she has done over the last decades that made her someone that they would feel so strongly about? Sure, if you're just having a conversation here, and someone talks about a May your mother They're often talking about her. I grew up in the US, but our house is covered with pictures apparently had annual calendars that have her picture in it. Ah, lot of people breathing really admire her. They see her. Someone who wants she was young woman came back to me in life, despite the fact that she was living a perfectly lovely life in the U. K to take care of her ailing mother. And then stepped up when she could have left in order to fight for the Burmese people. And then decided instead of being with her family to stay in your more and you know people respect that. You're referring to the period after she won an earlier election in the 19 eighties, and it was not accepted by the military, which kept her In prison or in house arrest for many years. Yeah, for 15 years. She basically was in a position where the military said If you want to leave, you can leave. But if you want to be here, you won't be free. Other than climbing the pots and pans at eight o'clock each evening. What are people doing about the coup? There's been a lot of online organizing. There's a couple hashtags feeling around hash tag, civil disobedience movement as well as hashtag justice from you more But part of the civil disobedience movement is doctors and teachers, the majority of whom here work for government institutions essentially going on the strike doctors, especially since Cove, it Still providing medical care, but they just simply choosing not to do it. Government institutions. If I may, there could be some severe consequences for that. Yes, definitely. I don't think we're talking enough about this yet, but It's quite likely that we're going to see a spike in cold cases. What do you expect Ng over the next few days? I'm expecting just more of a reaction to the growing protest movement. There's been what seems to be Very clearly this information campaigns that are intended to kind of paralyzed people through fear and the lack of knowledge, But we're also starting to see more and more people going out into Streets to protest. Amen. Thon is a journalist who is in Yangon. Thank you. Okay.
Why 10 Super Bowl Appearances Won't Satisfy Tom Brady
"Hey thanks for joining me man. Good to be here. Seth wicker sham is a senior writer at espn and he's covered. Tom brady since his rookie year in the nfl. Words with you. Seth you are. Espn's resident. tom. Brady you've been covering brady for nearly twenty years. I believe at this point. You're the first person to report. That brady was looking for a way out of new england back when that was on thinkable and honestly kind of dangerous to suggest in the boston area. But your piece out. Today ahead of. Tom brady's tenth super bowl in tampa bay with the buccaneers. It actually begins a decade ago back in new england. What happened a couple years ago. I was in tom. Brady's house and we were in his living room and he was telling a funny story about bill belichick. It was a saturday morning meeting before a game against new york. Jets and bella. Check was watching film of mark sanchez. Running out of the pocket rolling to his right players it is heels and he had a wide open receiver about sixty yards downfield on the opposite hash. So that's an almost impossible. Throw to attempt. I mean few quarterbacks ever would try that throw even fewer would complete it and the way that brady told it to me. That ballot check was just watching the play unfold and he was like just throw it. He's wide open. Why isn't sanchez. Throwing the ball and brady's little thought bubble was hilarious because he was thinking. I would never even attempt that throw. Do you have any idea how i would look in. Tried to throw that ball. And meanwhile checks just like can't get even more open. He can't get more open. Just throw it in. The way that brady explained to me later was very interesting because he said i see each play within my limits at the time. I didn't really see the significance in that statement. But when you watch. Tom brady now aged forty three years old and the entire sporting world asking how. He's done it how he's been able to get another team to the super bowl. I looked back at that statement. And i found a lot of answers in it was brady frustrated with ballot check. Invalid check suggested as much. I wanna get deeper into. Brady's thought bubble there. I think he thought it was hilarious. He he saw it as a defensive coach who had no bearing on the reality of how difficulties throw that ball. He wasn't frustrated with ballot check. He was like a little amazed that bella check thought that that type of pass would be so easy i mean. That's that's a john elway throw. That's josh allen throw mahomes through. There's very few people who could ever even try that and here. Ballot check was talking about mark sanchez. Saying he's not going to get more open than that. Just throw the ball. As kind of an indictment on the quarterback where brady saw it as you know something that was hard to believe. Couldn't believe that that his coach thought that a throw like that with that easy. And when you look at tom brady look at the arc of his career. He's someone who's kind of always understood his limits and by understanding them so well he's found a way to transcend them so those limits that he has this keen understanding of and that being this superpower. It is something that we can. Plainly see in contrast to josh allen and john elway and patrick mahomes and lamar jackson. These absurd physical talents. And that's been clear set ever since we saw brady with shirt off to be honest at the combine in two thousand but because he is also the greatest of all time without real serious dispute at this point playing more super bowls than anyone ever by far at to ask if you fully buy his explanation that that superpower is in fact and understanding of his own limitations. At first i didn't. And i remember. I was once in his house in two thousand thirteen back when we thought he was getting old. 'cause he was going to be thirty seven when the season started. And you know he can't play forever and he said something really interesting. He said there's nothing that will be able to replace football. And hopefully it gets to appoint where there is when i retire in nine ten years and he said it so offhandedly and so smooth that it was it went right over my head. It was a shot across the bow. Here was a declaration to play until he was aged forty five and he someone who has made a mockery of conventional wisdom. And so i thought there is no way when he said that that he was someone who learned how to play football within the scope of his own limitations. But as you watch him play you actually see it on the field. And i think that it helps define him as a football player because he can't do what aaron rodgers does. He can't do it. Patrick mahomes does these sort of amazing acrobatic throws but what he can do and what he's always been able to do is pick apart a defense and bleed teams to death. And i think that that's what he was getting at when he talks about playing within his own limits because he's so deadly an accurate when he throws short.
The 2020 wrap up
"Black lives matter what has changed in two thousand twenty cents. Black lives matter. The shooting slow. Go down the random accident and go down to the political. Care go down. Of course we're the or the people who wanted to use this platform use this slogan for something. Good for change. Did that go down. The maybe the hype of data. Because me because it's called me because covert increased. Why did smoke. it's once again. It's a topic that's just stuck. It's always gonna be touchy. I will say one thing that changed. There was a lot of police reform that did happen. I know i will say the state by state. There was a lot of change that did happen So i'm not gonna say that nothing changed. You know. there was a lot of good that came of these movements I will say one other thing. That hasn't changed my overall stance on on the organization not the movement of the organization the organization still very much disagree with i thank you know the marxist roots of it and the overall attitudes and desires and policy prescriptions of them. I very strongly disagree with. And for that reason i hate the term black lives matter had been co-opted and also used for this movement. 'cause you know hey everyone who's out there with the black lives matter sign. That's one more person that's going to see it. And then maybe donate to the marxist organization but you know the movement did lead to some good for sure right. I mean and i completely agree and this even to the point where the words are more to a lifestyle that i literally have to live. You know without any choice. I'm about black life. And i think i matter across the board no matter what slogan over that will matter what corporation organizations associated with however. I want everyone to be aware of how much how many billions with an s of dollars were going to go to black communities because of this movement and i want you to be aware one year five years ten years twenty years. Have none of that. Money will come to those communities desperately in need. Yup and i would be remiss to bring up semantic overload because that was something we talked about in numerous episodes where word or phrase has numerous meanings. I hate it. it's come up with defunding. Police black lives matter. And all this stuff and we will get into it more. I'm sure with some of our other snippets talking about some of the other episodes as well of course freedom of religion and the supreme court. We talked about a couple specific cases in our episode. But you know just kind of thoughts on freedom of religion in general and court cases since then. A lot of different cases have been heard Some going in the quote unquote pro religion direction and some going in the quote unquote. I don't wanna say anti religion. What right but the religious group Opposite their position we've seen that state and church and state. Yeah that that they really aren't entirely separate right of whether that's a good thing a bad thing depends on who you ask but clearly. There's an intersection there. And i think that it deserves a little more hashing out you know. I think that these are issues that are going to keep coming up. You know we saw a lot of cases where churches were closed or forced to impose different different restrictions. Or things around cova. And i think we're going to continue seeing these things as we as we move forward and so it's important to see you know what what we think about now about that freedom and how far it can go new on exactly what i was gonna talk talk about like even with kovin other people other religious groups have like how are you able to shutdown churches versus casinos and then that's literally a conversation church state and then gambling which i'm sure every religion denounces so i mean i think president trump pass something where there's there's a there are allowed to have the integration of religion and politics. I think just like the money or in god. We trust on the money within the united states. it's all a facade. There's definitely an impact when when politicians go to churches or stand there and speak like we don't want that we want that separation but clearly the level of influence there's churches who confidently jolo sea. Search constantly says trump is our guy or one of the televangelists. Trump is our dude or on each be rocket obama. So yeah it's across the board to say that it's not a part of american culture has to say that american pies and fattening and i think you know it's kind of inevitabilities as much as we can push to limit the intersection between church and state. It's going to be inevitable. People bring their values in their religion into things as long as it doesn't become quote unquote excessive which obviously is subjective. But you know. I think that it's also important. That state stays out of church. Which is what we're seeing with some of these restrictions and stuff like that but we'll definitely have to do another episode like we did with freedom of speech diving into the freedom of religion. Foreshore
Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power
"We talk a lot about the choices that social media platforms make what kinds of speech do Facebook or Twitter block. But a less visible part of the Web may be more powerful. It decides whether an online platforms survives or goes dark. NPR's Bobby Allen reports on one front in the fight over online speech. If you want to run a site on the Internet, you need a Web host the service that actually connects a website to the Internet. There's guts of the Web that no one ever wants to see or deal with, or think about. Well. Greg Falco, a Stanford security researcher. Says it might be time to start thinking about it. Web hosting companies have the levers to vast online infrastructure and complete discretion to pull those levers as they see fit. That means they can decide which websites live or die. The question becomes tricky, like when you actually take someone down. It's a really great territory. The reality is comes down to understanding when it reaches from public attention when there's actually physical implications, for instance, a group of people who go to a website to plan to overthrow government and then use the site to document the attempt by posting photos and videos of the violence. That's the scenario that faced Amazon Web services, one of the biggest players in the Web hosting world. One of its clients was the social media site parlor, which was filled with post by pro Trump extremists before and during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Amazon stopped hosting parlor and the site went dark. Too many. This revealed the power of Web hosting, says former Netflix executive Dave Temkin. He's an expert in the infrastructure of the Internet. It's absolutely invisible. It just kind of works, and no one knows what it is until it breaks in justifying cutting parlor off, Amazon said it had warned parlor of 98 examples of posts that quote Clearly encouraged and incite violence that went against Amazons. Terms of service. If parlor didn't clean up its act, Amazon would hit the kill switch. And that's what happened to Harvard's Evelyn duet who studies online speech. It was a big moment, It raised questions about the power of Web hosts. Is that the right place for content moderation to be occurring because it's harder to bring accountability to those choices when we don't even know who's making them or how they're being made. In other words, when a Web host Has a problem with content. Usually, these discussions are hashed out between two companies out of the public light and Web hosts. Unlike Social media platforms aren't used to having to explain these decisions. Another issue to excess is who polices the Web host. She pointed to the 98 pieces of objectionable content. Amazon sighted about parlor that it sort of made me love a little bit because, like has Amazon, read the rest of the Internet like 98 pieces of content or whatever it was, is not that many I mean, has Amazon red and It's on the old idea of the Internet as a marketplace of ideas where the best will rise to the top no longer applies. That's being fiercely reconsidered by both Social media and the companies that do Web hosting. Temkin, the former Netflix executive agrees. But he also noted that Web hosts even those as big as Amazon can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sites they serve. You know, if your AWS and got hundreds of thousands of customers, you can't actively police what each of those customers were doing with your service, But if you're the one band from Amazon, why not just find another Web host? Well, parlor has tried and it's not that easy. Last six Web host parlor has approached have all said No thanks. Parlor. Now on, Lee has a shell of a site where no one can post Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS, San Francisco
Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power
"About the choices that social media platforms make what kinds of speech do Facebook or Twitter block. But a less visible part of the Web may be more powerful. It decides whether an online platforms survives or goes dark. NPR's Bobby Allen reports on one front in the fight over online speech. If you want to run a site on the Internet, you need a Web host the service that actually connects a website to the Internet. There's guts of the Web that no one ever wants to see or deal with or think about. Well. Greg Falco, a Stanford security researcher, says it might be time to start thinking about it. Web hosting companies have the levers to vast online infrastructure. And complete discretion to pull those levers as they see fit. That means they can decide which websites live or die. The question becomes tricky of like when you actually take someone down. It's a really great territory. The reality is comes down to understanding when it reaches from public attention when there's actually physical implications, for instance, a group of people who go to a website to plan to overthrow government and then use the site to document the attempt by posting photos and videos of the violence. That's the scenario that faced Amazon Web services, one of the biggest players in the Web hosting world. One of its clients was the social media site parlor, which was filled with post by pro Trump extremists before and during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Amazon stopped hosting parlor and the site went dark. Too many. This revealed the power of Web hosting, says former Netflix executive Dave Temkin. He's an expert in the infrastructure of the Internet. It's absolutely invisible. It just kind of works, and no one knows what it is until it breaks in justifying cutting parlor off, Amazon said it had warned parlor of 98 examples of posts that quote Clearly encouraged and incite violence that went against Amazons. Terms of service. If parlor didn't clean up its act, Amazon would hit the kill switch. And that's what happened to Harvard's Evelyn duet who studies online speech. It was a big moment, It raised questions about the power of Web hosts. Is that the right place for content moderation to be occurring because it's harder to bring accountability to those choices when we don't even know who's making them or how they're being made. In other words, when a Web host Has a problem with content. Usually, these discussions are hashed out between two companies out of the public light and Web hosts. Unlike Social media platforms aren't used to having to explain these decisions. Another issue. Do X says is who polices the Web host. She pointed to the 98 pieces of objectionable content. Amazon sighted about parlor that it sort of made me love a little bit because, like has Amazon, read the rest of the Internet like 98 pieces of content or whatever it was, is not that many, I mean, has Amazon Red Amazon, the old idea of the Internet as a marketplace of ideas where the best will rise to the top no longer applies. That's being fiercely reconsidered by both Social media and the companies that do Web hosting Temkin, the former Netflix executive agrees. But he also noted that Web hosts even those as big as Amazon can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sites they serve. You know, if your AWS and got hundreds of thousands of customers, you can't actively police what each of those customers are doing with your service, But if you're the one band from Amazon, why not just find another Web host? Well, parlor has tried and it's not that easy. See, the last six Web host parlor has approached have all said no thanks. Parlor. Now on, Lee has a shell of a site where no one can post
"hashim" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Not my girlfriend and her girlfriend and here. I am making no money working at night on a rap station and it was like eighty bucks to get that windshield. Put back in that. Set me back. I had to blow off paying a phone bill home phone bill because of that. Because you know when you're living like that it is you gotta pick and choose. Yeah one one dollar off. The whole thing is messed up for six months. That was my life. We got the word. That alex trebek's had passed away in jeopardy did a tribute to him. I mike richards the executive producer of jeopardy over the weekend we lost our beloved host. Alex trebek this is an enormous loss for our staff and crew for family and for his millions of fans. He loved this show and everything. It stood for in fact. He taped his final episodes less than two weeks ago. He will forever be an inspiration for his constant desire to learn his kindness and for his love of his family. We will air his final thirty five episodes as they were shot. That's what he wanted on behalf of everyone here at jeopardy. Thank you for everything. Alex this is jeopardy. That's crazy. I watched that to laugh but the ranger through the roof. It was weird just watching it all the behind the scenes stuff you read about how he was like in the fetal position in pain in his dressing room while he's taping this stuff. Yeah and you're going thirty well. After last night thirty four whatever episodes left had to keep working. yeah. I'm sure that wife kept telling him you keep going out there. You're not just going to stay home and die. And he played the cancer. Well i guess his his last day he was with his wife and they were just kind of watching the horizon which is horrible here. But i mean wouldn't that be how you would wanna get well maybe not with your wife but isn't that how by yourself watching her. Is it every night. I go out there watching and wait for something to fall my head. You know that guy that that that the car drunk guy hit his car and stuff. I'm like you know. Maybe i gotta come visit my neighbor. I'm not in the middle of the street. Yeah right look at the stars and all those vultures in the woods backyard. Clean me up and no problems and my wife wants to spend the money to bury me all that stuff or right you call for an uber. And don't worry dude. I won't say a word. Run me over the outs back. You know he has to cut these Used to have to cut these promos for the local tv stations to stuff. And of course like anybody else The outtakes leak out so keep watching jeopardy twenty four hours a day and call this number dumb son of you. Don't watch twenty four hours a day. There's a daily cash prize of one thousand dollars. And i'm not quite ready so i'm going to do it now. Call now in play phone. You start cutting i. I could see what that's a pain in the ass thinking about that jeopardy was seen everywhere all the world. Yeah so you know that. There was a day like thursday afternoon. You got to come in and call the promos for the local tv stations. And you know it's eight hours of just him gone what's channel three because we have jeopardy mixed box. What a pain in the ass every week at this time here. One to seven. W we talked to our pal alley. Martin who is on channel nine at ten o'clock. Am city lifestyle. Is the name of the show john. You'll handy so allie martin does show on Television believe it or not. It's on at ten o'clock television on channel nine and It's called cincy lifestyle. Believe it or not. There are things going on in cincinnati even though we are at this pandemic But you know we got the news at there could be coming up very soon. A vaccine suffered the markets are crushing. It and doing awesome. Because of the excitement so allie. Hopefully you'll start getting busier and busier and businesses are popping up. That's the plan. I mean i just i just came from a shoot as you're saying businesses or it's up and down but one of these small little barbecue joint just shot at us. See 'em barbecue. It's kinda on the edge of pleasant ridge. They're doing pretty well because there are interesting programs in small programs that they're a part of for example the council on aging they've collaborated and they're producing meals for seniors. They go out into the community but then there are other people who are funding them. But it's actually helping these small businesses so it's interesting to see how people have been collaborating and working together working together. now the pandemic's overdose are beating the crap haiti price. You exactly we don't care about anything As far as prices. And all that now until later on this jacqueline So let's go through. She sends a list every time we talk about this. What is rabbit hash and you. So you've never heard of rabbit hash. Oh oh interesting. okay it's rabbit hash kentucky. it's a place. Oh so yes. I first and foremost the drive to rabbit hash kentucky from cincinnati is incredible. It is a big motorcycle destination and understand. Why number two. I went there initially to shoot at gunpowder creek vineyard which is a winery there and then i get into towns and then thinking oh my gosh i feel like out of the wild wild west. I know i. I'm scared thinking about this town. Like like for instance. When i moved to wichita kansas where are you from. I'm from syracuse. New york they just think new york city. So i was called kinds of. Call me like poisoned. Poisonous ju- guy. I'm jewish. I'm like they would just attack you. So when when i hear rabbit hash kentucky in a place only. Ptsd place called gunpowder creek vineyard. I don't wanna be. Do you see this barrel over your touch it. I'm scared hearing that but tell me about it. Is it good it is. It is good. Because there's always that i thought you never know i don't know why but i feel like the wineries and vineyards our area. The grapes are so so sweet. And i'm a fan of a dry red or a dry white anything to alcohol doesn't matter what color especially if it's free. But that's besides i when i went on the building. First and foremost was lopsided because it was from eighteen. Ten or something like that Really cool architecture. Really cool character. And i would recommend trying to norton. Which is their dry red. I was a fan of that. And i forget what they're dry white is but it's fantastic and they do a lot of live music on friday and wednesdays it is like it's out of the wild wild west for anyone who's been to rabbit hash they know it's right on the river. It's across on the other side. It's rising star casino indiana theory. That goes back alley. we s. Who would you recommend pairs. Well with the possum down. There i asked the question against hoop jr goose. Could you use it in a sentence. I just did one. What who's pairs well with a possum possum. Yeah yeah. If you're eating so good road kill out there. What goes good with it. Probably.
"hashim" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Car. It's odd kid. Chris dot com. If you wanna see the making modify it seems like a white sedan I posted a link on read. It got some attention Some people think it's like a two thousand eight ish. Lexus is two fifty one hundred percent for sure. But i mean if anybody around the area seems like a white lex ziya two fifty or something similar with a really checked a passenger side yeah That would be a goodly. it's white right. Is that what color was. Yeah definitely y. Yeah if you watch the video. Sorry this happened to you. May just on the side of the road in his car comes. This car comes flying on our. It's just so scary to think that these people are out there and you know you don't know what it is it could be around here. Everybody's heroin could be heroin so it can happen to any time you're saying it was like at ten o'clock at night around ten o'clock last night. Yeah the bars are closing. That's kind of what we were thinking. It can't say for sure as.
"hashim" Discussed on Zombie Coder
"And why do we want this well. The primary goal for uniform -ality of output would be to reduce collisions. Or the case. Where you have two inputs a create the same output hash and the uniform velocity property of a good hash function minimizes. The probability of that happening. What would be some other desirable items besides a formality. Maybe not as universal. Well probably the most obvious. One start off with speed. We want the calculation of our hash to be fast desirable in general to be fast. But if we're using the hash for something where we're trying to optimize such as a hash table. The calculation of that hash and comparing the hash values should be faster than just comparing the original values together. That kind of leads into them as well. That of output size we would generally want for most use cases the output size to be smaller than the original input size. So if i have a set of strings That are averaging from ten to twenty characters using a result and hash of fifty characters might not be desirable so given that basic definition. Let's try to create or at least experiment with a few different ideas of hash functions. Let's start off with saying that. I have an integer. And i want to create a hash for the future and that imager for the sake of argument. Let's say it's a sixty four bit manager as an initial kind of swipe at this. Let's say that we take the total number of ones in the binary representation of that integer and represent the hash as a one if that total is odd and then a zero. If that total is even now do we have a hash function. Well we have a sixty four bit integer results in. We've compressed it down to a one or zero value. So as far as the formal definition that i was working with here yes we have indeed created fix size results. Do we have uniform malady of l. Put well again. yes we do. The given sixty four bit integer. We're going to have half of our values go to zero. And half of our values go to one just by the properties of bullying algebra. It a good hash function well. It is fast right. It does have uniform malady but our output range is awfully small. We are going from sixty four bit ints to just one bit and so we're going to potentially potentially have a huge number of collisions so even though we have the uniform -ality principal met here. We kind of have a crappy hash function. The reason why. I wanted to start off with this. As an example is a few different hash functions actually kind of source from the idea of parity or check semi and this is the simplest version of that if we start getting into more complicated variants of parody and crc's we can actually deed end up with some good hash functions and indeed as you just saw even as crappy as it is due to the output size. This idea of just counting up ones and zeroes does tend to create a good hash function from the informality principle. So it's another approach we could use. Let's try to look at something. That will actually turn out to be practical. Well i have a sixty forbidden in jerusalem. Maybe i redefine output size to be sixty four bits and then i just say that my input is my output and then i have an identity function and the identity function does have some niceties to it Starting off with it's a perfect hash. We have one inputs one output. There is a one one relationship of inputs to outputs and that is desirable. But the problem here. Is that the hash input. Must be as big or smaller than our hash output..
"hashim" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"So really, you really took too long Hashim, you walk around the passion is more or less ridiculous than wanting to wanting a Super Bowl ring wanting to win an Oscar wanting to be president. They're all crazy. Throw crazy. Yes. But I feel like you have to have an why a lot of people were like their Jesus. I think the skill and concentration and physical kind of state, you have to put yourself into do an activity like this makes you predisposed to having religious, because you're any because you're so focused and yours tune with your body, but you're also just like in a zone that I think is very you have to have like the greater power conversation be that be Jesus Beata anyone else to be the kind of person who could go into such a meditative state and focused that you could walk across a rope. Although I Ray I don't think these people are free. I don't think anything anyone with a dream or a goal or a weird. Compulsion is a freak I will say freak free solo. That's a freak. He's a freak. Well, free solo isn't a Jesus freak and I'm not saying Jesus freak the freak like I'm saying, like, you know, like how people are called. All right. They love Jesus. A lot of clicks, what people think if I hear that I'm a Jesus freak that time using the word frito, we're flying will end us. Let's move onto Rita. Was she wary where was she seen? She posted, why Onondaga Graham, she's the who Queen. Onto. What's Rita ORA up to who is this woman? What's weird is that there's not much read at this week that you look to? There's just no much. We'll read it came off the new music video ritual. Thanks. And the song as I've said is growing on me it is. And the video is she sings its what love about Rita is even though the song, she's third build on the song. It's like DJ DJ TISCO something who else Jonas, do, but read is the time Rita will always do the work, but time those guys are just these like gross DJ's in, in a in a locked room with the with the soundboard, and I gotta say, Breda is the only one do they will be lucky to have read or on your future, because she will always put in the work. Yes, she will always wrong. And they were like who will do the video promote the song, be out there be talking about it? Rediscovered. The best connections to the best press. She knows how to get in the paychecks to know how she knows how to get out of page. And you knows how to get news shows at wear pants with one leg. That's gonna get on the Daily Mail. She gonna get that song promoted. That's this song has been way. More promoted than anybody would be than anything Phoenix somehow. Well, she's also gonna chest infection. So she had to cancel her show. That's one of the reasons that she's up too much because she's got a chest infection. Well, she, yes, she was gonna play Iceland. I think actually it was a show that I kind of I really wanted to go. Yeah, it was cool, but she was not there, another show that Bobby and I wanted to go to see Rita that handle Saint Saint Pete. We don't go see read it because we are the ones who would like just our interesting that kind of ruined the show. Probably maybe she heard about it that we. Did you read this article that I pay sit in here? It's like it's a website called surf the spirit outcome. And it's definitely all just like scrubbing, the internet, and then rewriting it with, like an algorithm. Rita ORA in her speeches uses electronics to processor voice, Rida, or is a very attractive singer, who has great potential ability to be, which in her songs this month or decided to cooperate with famous deejays who massively process music the most. I know it's amazing the most striking example of their cooperation is the song ritual, which was released recently, the song vividly shows the talents in writing the music of these people. The song should be Europe's summer hit, read, or in the video clip. A shot from beginning to end accompanying the video with Frank dances, dancing. Just look.
"hashim" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Happier unhappy and i know that you're in the community so you hear a lot of our talk around loving yourself and caring for yourself creating boundaries for yourself when you look at where you were mentally and with your physical body back in two thousand sixteen and this beautiful radiant just happy smile where you are now what do you see as being the things externally that have changed but also internally in turn away i just have this hashim invert every single day i mean i i feel like i really hit rock bottom last year and i know what it's like to he lake the life online right now the evola run out by flights of stairs i never thought that was possible so i feel like i just had this appreciation for every single day and you know there's always people at work who you know they're like oh it's a monday i feel like i'm happy every single day truly because i'm not obese anymore i can go up the stairs and i i can order anything i water restaurant not feel like people are looking at me i mean i just i truly love my life and i cannot even believe that it's really happening you know what i heard from that was two things one is the appreciation in the gratitude you combined that you feel and what it is is when you've been trapped in a body that doesn't allow you to live your life to the full rate whether it's limited mobility medical concerns whether it's just you don't fuel good and you're not out there doing the things you wanted to do when you remove that limitation from your life it's like all of us in like somebody opened up a prison dorin let you free the air smells better the the water tastes better and everything is just a even the way you described running you said i felt so light so physically lighten free.
"hashim" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Hashim at nation we've been known to be in the past we've lost that or were losing that and people want to see that we want to we want to be the better angels of our nature and all abraham lincoln had a right and if we survived the civil war were survive this but we won't survive at if we all sit back and say well we'll get through it you've got to do something you can't just assume that we will get through it anymore got to stand up you can't wait for the one right person you know who is the person's going to lead us out of this darkness whereas he or she we've gotta be willing to get more into it a to help ensure that that can happen that that person can actually rise so that's a great segway do no discussion of people getting politically involved to a discussion about euroregions and politics or you're for your family was in politics you're in politics him in direct way in new jersey when you were younger and that is why describe how i first learned about you i think i was undergroud in congo you're probably ten it's okay okay i used to i'm not that young are not that young and i will say without meeting any offence that when i became conscious of politics and and leaders in the country i grew up in new jersey a hero of mine and a lot of people was a senator former professional basketball player named bill bradley and i was in college in the late eighties and bill bradley was being touted as a future vice president president he ended up running for president eventually as it happens largely thought of at least his reputation was being beyond reproach and this unheard of young woman named christine todd whitman had the temerity to jump into politics when no one else would run against him as he was such a powerhouse in soap opera ler new jersey and decided for the 1990 cycle to run against bill bradley for senate what the hell we think good question geico has set.
"hashim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mean if you can describe it i can't win the near hair or or you know it's it's because it's something so simple it's like a piece of wood in wheels were too so trivial it's basically a toy but the cool thing is like it's hard to do transportation you can get around yet that's actually one of the best things when i got escape what as i could skate for hours and just keep getting around town but a it's a some simple that like anybody has access to and it's hard to do so you can't take it for granted and you can do it however you want and say open aren't form to do whatever you want you can have whatever style you can be any gender whatever sexier into or whatever you're into like it's open in it's a lotta critics allinclusive all inclusive which is amazing because there is a lot of stuff grown up or you have to be good at following orders and being very orderly and listening to people and have an ai coach and structure and it's like sometimes people just don't work on in those circumstances okay and you mentioned styles other and styles the people have that have names like do you have a particular style year i mean you hear a certain types of prisons a certain type yeah i mean some people have like super aggressive like hashim style like if they like are really in the heavy metal or something and you can tell by the way they dress in the speed they skate within if their aggressive and some people are in like more see and there are a little more laidback it depends on like what your music is because like allows skating is your energy in the effort you put into in that kinda styles earned you know like the more you do something the the life or she put into a kind of forms your style after reputation so everybody can do a so there's always these awkward weird styles the good ones it's everything and either in a certain things that everybody that's good at it has to do or if you're certain style you don't have to do that others other style stuff well you don't wanna lemme yourself so when i teach scape or lessens now at the edge indoor skate park in time mass it's like a thirty thousand square foot indoor park amazing um.
"hashim" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"His mind that he really chance i hope that this group of farmers and you know frontier frontiers minin sailors were gonna be able to beat the british and their hashim allies on a traditional battlefield but the reason why he wants so desperately to make the army look like the british one is that for washington very early as i says i said this this war is about independence and so it's not just a rebellion that gets put down there had been lots of rebellions in british history and always the rebellion gets crushed the leaders get beheaded or hong or some were some others kind of savage execution and and the system is repressive but for washington to establish an independent country he has to be seen as a commander of an army that's professional knew he does not want to be seen as the leader of a group of rebel it's because rebels are criminals and washington thoroughly believes in the righteousness of the american 'cause he believes that that he's playing his that his these playing his role but his role is to make an organization that is professional and it's something that the british would recognize as being a worthy adversary so he's obsessed with rank with uniforms with organization to make everything run like clockwork and he does things that really in today's army you would have a sergeant earlier tenant doing he's leaving he's giving orders about where to dig latrines and how many times a soldier is required to bathe at the same time these trying to draw plans to beat the british on a big battlefield he's trying to do this all with nothing but a few field manuals to help them and so imagine whose strategic thinking in his big big higher level thing that was based more probably on experience as opposed to reading yeah i mean it it is based on experience he knows how the british are approaching things because he had spent years of being around them he knows that british officers light to win big battles that's how wars were one you would you know go onto an open field and you would you know slug it out with your with your enemy and whoever's standing at the end of the day that's who won.
"hashim" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"You know uh jane goodall she she went said that we have to understand that were not the only beings on this planet with personalities and minds and it's basic but it's true um so is it said that that that that is that is the beginning for these these animals um and the dairy industry that the females will then be kept in in factory conditions where some of them will be chained by their necks others will just be confirmed confined endorse about three four times a day they'll be taken into a melting parlor area and hooked up with electrical um sucking devices now a physical abuse to these animals is really extreme and inside of these environments because you'll have people working in inside of these operations that are tasked with moving hundreds thousands of animals a day and a very short period of time prime in really brutal conditions and so people become desensitized to what's taking place there and violence quickly follows they'll take out their frustration and their anger on the animals in front of them and we've documented dairy farms workers using uh pitchforks to stab cowls breaking their tales using crowbars to beat them over the head just really the most um type of abuse that you can imagine it's interesting that phenomenon and it makes you wonder he noted did these employees come in without disposition or did the experience of working there and you know having to kind of repress their their own gal hashim at feelings lead to that kind of behavior.
"hashim" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Resources and i would wanna make a difference i wanna make a difference in people's lives and how do you get a lot of impact for that some one of the things that is frustrating sometimes for people giving charities is a maybe write a check to the american fund of good doers and they go i don't know a what is really going to be is an all used for the endusers it go to add man i mean that's at one of the biggest questions a lot of people ask me to look up they they want wanna give some money but they're like i had i don't know if the money's going where it's supposed to go is it just going to expenses because i'll tell you why a lot of these people that call on the phone they want to collect money and if you look at the financials on them five percent right goes to the end users 95 percent is for fundraising and management admin it's so critical that we know exactly how that money is being spent and so that's one of the things that he might speak to limit their dan well i think that is the case you know it's where are these resources going are there really making a difference can i actually see the impact of the money that i'm giving and that certainly is the case for us to you know were obligated to handle the resources that people have given us in as clear and as concise away as possible and i can certainly tell you in this case you know we're on the street hopefully hashim at out in thrashing it out and crying out to make a difference in people's lives every single day another way our just thinking about that is let's say that you wanted to give some money to pursue the buildings so you can be a twenty four seven of difference maker instead of a four hour a week one one thing that you can do is give a restricted donation so let's say for instance you're thinking about make in a donation to the church prime but instead you wanted.
"hashim" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A player once i'm seeing those type of where we're like meeting and we're hashim not a game plan it in those particular in those cities 32 seems yeah there then then i think the players like okay now now making inroads okay now let's let's move list progress and move forward pass passed new way i look at it here if you can start by your house your house being in the city you plan bright if you can see tangible results air if the league works together with the players and up at the plan some players are already doing things you don't they are they ran a gal gadot doing doing things for a while but it now if they partner up and do it together i think goes are tangible think that can be accomplished to see a going in the right in the right direction absolute that we saw this with the dolphins in the miami pd were brandon marshall last year after he he knelt and there was some blowback he work with the denver police department out there and of course we saw the unbelievable gesture by chris long of the eagles who's playing for free to sure he's basically playing for free to donate all sixteen these game checks two causes raising issues that he deems worthy of big man always a pleasure sorry lobster fire nfl astle right that's the way so it's online i i saw that i saw it on twitter you haven't key every wednesday when damien zone we do this thing called his these top five dumpster fire simply nfl they're they're pretty good yeah very entertaining the big man is always entertaining damien thanks for being with us are coming up when a manager references one of the greatest comedies in the last fifteen years we discuss at you'll hear that when we come back but first a word from david matters now i don't have the result i'll do you got no other vehicle was there good we'll do that if you have a right now dave and buster's already this is the kind of cook topquality expertise to expect on this show order goal within winter their law that you.
"hashim" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"To ever move from new york to the midwest to get on a tv show you know well yeah i mean i've heard a lot of showbiz origin stories blair i never heard one that started with i'm i went there for rehab yeah kicked off my career yes exactly i serve any you young comics listening of i encourage you to have a severe drug problem no i know i'll i'll do it don't do that but that's where that's how it worked for me now you also mentioned not popular film uh abide by the gray dade would yes well i i talk about glen or glenda in this book which we didn't do a mystery sciencethemed we've we did do i think the right of them out of the monster yeah also worth lagos yes with lugosi and i actually um i actually genuinely and on iran a clean sincerely love ed wood is a film make you do yes absolutely his films are completely batch shit the the the the you know they're terribly written terribly directed terribly acted but this this this this great feeling that comes through in his movies this it seems like a really part of him ends up on the screen hashim at they're made with yeah they're made with passion and and glitter glenda is an amazing movie uh um it's it's a film made in the early 50s that uh that pleads for compassion for people with a different kind of sexuality and um and i've said for while you know ed wood didn't have the um uh the talent of an artist he didn't have the skills of an artist but he had the soul of an artist and and i've made fun of his films like crazy but i genuinely love len when a has made the decision.
"hashim" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"A huge concern well we'll get in the mining after this but the very basic version of it is that you sent a transaction out everybody else sense transactions out within these 10minute windows bundles of transactions or put together and included in blocks and in order to verify the authenticity of these transactions as minor send them between each other as part of the verification of bitcoin blocks you hash all of the transactions together and if any bit in any of them has changed the output will be entirely different so if there is any amount of the hash apple will be entirely different the hash out but will be entirely different you put all of their bids together and into this hash algorithm squishing the other hashem and the nice property of this is that let's say there is a thousand transactions in one block if i change even a single bit out of one of those transactions any amount of it literally any the entire hash as a result of putting them together in applying shot v six to them will be entirely different in unrelated to the correct one so for now you can ignore everything in here except the hash of the previous block and the hash of the transactions included in the current basically you hash those two together and doing this in the same way that changing any bit of any of the transactions when you're hashim the other because you're chaining these hash is through time thousands of them literally like literally at this point you know i don't remember the current blockade is but you know however many that is chained all the way up all the way from the original on that said what was at banks issue second bailout was at the at us the filipinos the genesis strain and so anyway all the way up all the way back from two thousand eight these hash is our chained all the way to the current block and if you change any bit in any of this the whole thing breaks the entire chain breaks in is completely different and that sort of like the underlying beautiful idea here is that in the same way that if you change any part of these transactions it doesn't work anymore that's.
"hashim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Ten or twelve standing ovations in an hourlong ziglar talk with ten thousand people in the room that was not an uncommon and he never once mentioned the applause he always judged himself on two things i is that i give it all i had in my preparation an environ presentation said he can control bright and it also accounts for if he's sick if these tire be because it's all he had and then the second is the ultimate this is the big one he would say that i speak god's truth than love right i mean that i bring the truth do it in a loving way and it was funny how i mean i didn't realize it now but he had he had self compassion before even got on stage to know that if you do this a 150 times a year you're not going to be a peak four hundred fifty times it's it's impossible planes get delayed you speak for days in a row i mean they're all these things but it doesn't mean that you can't that that you can't a pair prepared of the best of your billy give it a 100 percent last night i am not south supportive aspect of south korean hashim asking it 100 percent duly you cannot do you pass guinea and then he kind of email then you don't have much control of the mass it's a shame consult judgment leeches armour typical land trying to improve ourselves ride counterprats counterproductive.
"hashim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But in gaza as in much of the muslim world polygamy is legal and out in the open islamic law allows men up to four wives we help people who wants to marry a second third or even fourth wide and we have helped many people in the past hashim shaka is the saudiborn founder of a new matchmaking website in gaza cold vessel arabic for reunion heap us that his site has already led to a hundred and 65 marriages are out of my job to work for some award of all the wars are also woman who lost their husbands in the war or they have died because if any other reason they would also come to us and we would help them to get married again what's your number three mean shuttle this let me first of all we are muslims and polygamy is allowed in in islam it's actually even sometimes preferred in certain cases for example many men which find the first wives have certain flows or issues and they realized that they want to marry someone else sometimes the first wife cannot get pregnant and also we had other cases where we had men who would marry their sisters in lo who had lost their husbands and the main reason why they do that is because they want to take care of the children of their brothers and the need to understand that these are traditions here in gaza and many people endorse it and i understand you found your wife on the website is it true that you are also looking for a second wife covered yes indeed of course she must have a university degree and she needs to be told myself on two hundred eighty two three centimetres and she has to be at least in my opinion hundred seventy centimetres of course she must be useful because also that's important i love polygamy i won't temerity wants twice or three times the one of four wives polygamy may be legal in gaza but it violates the un convention to protect women's rights which the palestinian authority signed up to nearly a decade ago rahab outta a writer and political analyst says since hamas took control in two thousand seven gazan society has become increasingly restrictive for women for some becoming a second wife foods at least.
"hashim" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Uh supernatural creatures but they're really just early on race very very ancient it had technology for hundreds of millions of euro space travel technology according to my first they're the most intelligent and technologically advanced race that we know of to exist they have i'm told average iq around two hundred and uh them near the bad guys yeah yeah go the bad guys because they they they don't have any company for a fifty off as we see cattle we are like a harvestable resource they they like to keep people alive there there they have absolutely no they're up till the end their have emotions such as as compe hashim sympathy mercy kindness friendship they don't have those emotions there about territoriality aggression um uh research and and dr achievement science but they don't care at all they don't have like like sympathy or anything like that they don't care if you hurt they don't care if you're terrorized elect with your terrorized because when humans are terrorized the go off lots of flesh as energy through our our bodily as and these these beings can absorb it and they they seem to give a high out of eating human flesh which is been supercharged with adrenaline so they like to terrorise people to the maximum possible and then basically they consume i am alive so that's an and we are that's who we signed a treaty with oh my goodness that more to come here you're listening to coast to coast in in this is dairy tyler telling us what he knows aliens more to come here because coast insiders the coast to coast this would live anywhere coast to coast download it today.
"hashim" Discussed on The ONE Thing
"And to grow i think the reasons why people are not as good as they would like differ by by person and in particular i think the in the book i say this that if there were things on my checklist that determine your passionate your perseverance for passion i think if you don't have hashim for what you do this by either one of two things that might be lacking and then for perseverance there's other two other things and so that as a forum for passion i think you either on the have lost interest or never had enough intrinsic interest in what you're doing or you don't have a sense of beyond the self purpose or meaning indirect interest and purpose are the two drivers of a of really deep motivation in when i sit next to somebody on a plan and i say adieu was what you it is my favorite question to ask people what i'm on planes i know by the reaction time whether they do love with a do or not and win that act answer comes back you know lightningquick without any kind of on the occasion any probe a little bit know these are people who are curious and interested it's like they love their they whatever it is usually very specific unusually by the way i'm not that interested net but they are so they tell the all about it all the power which is a remark about question if uh but they but they also feel like it's it's purposeful that you know that with they get hit by basel they think about their legacy is they're gonna they're gonna have made an impact on other people's lives through this work so if you don't feel you've passion you can ask yourself like will which is it you know do i do i lack interest in this kind of in a curiosity level or does not have a value for me in terms of my personal contribution to the world.