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Fresh update on "henrik" discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

03:57 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "henrik" discussed on Game Scoop!

"Well, there was leaked a leaked gameplay. That's right. That's what it was. I watched that. It was like, this is a different game that looks near completion. Oh, I missed that. I'm going to have to find it now. It's cool. I mean, it still looks like they talked about single player a lot, which I appreciated because it does look like the stuff I liked about Assassin's Creed for. I wonder if they're going to give it. I don't have a conspiracy theory that, oh, they actually did turn it into a full on Assassin's Creed game. But I wonder if they're doing some, it's going to be in that universe in some capacity or something as part of sometimes your ship gets invaded by a Saxon, just kills everybody. So easily. Damn it, I think you're still going through the list, but with LucasFilm games existing when that label was announced, UB said they had an Indiana Jones game. And boy, ubi has a Star Wars game. Oh yeah, Star Wars game. Machine games under Bethesda has Indiana Joe's game. Yes, machine Bethesda, yes. That's right. So the Star Wars game, the UB has we don't know anything about. And so that would be like a ripe one for like, what is this? And did you mention the Amy Henrik one when we were talking about yeah? No, is that under yay? I don't know. I thought that was announced. That was announced by Lucas arts. Yeah, it was out of a shutdown ages ago, right? Yeah. Yes. Yeah. So it could they have an in-house publishing label that's going to happen soon? Amy Hindi Star Wars game. Right. So anyway, ubisoft Star Wars and beyond good and evil. I wanted to give that. And then the other UV thing that we still haven't seen anything on is what's the I forget what the games that have bits of everything in them are getting subtitled. Assassin's Creed infinite, is that what they're calling it? The one that's the one that's everything mashed together. Yeah. I know it's real, but I still have a hard time believing it's real. So it's like, okay. Well, we'll see. That's the one that goes to be like full game as a service, I believe. That's what we need. There is Square Enix and screenings has so much that's announced coming down the pipeline so much this even supposed to be for this year. So live alive is in July. There's the front mission remakes, which is a very surprising announcement from earlier this year. I suppose it comes this summer sports spoken is in October. They have the deal field chronicle, which is like the current console take on what triangle strategy is. So it's like a tactics game without the 2D HD pixel graphics. You got the RPG star ocean, the divine forest coming this year. A new Valkyrie game Valkyrie, elysium, all that is supposed to come this year from screenings. And don't forget, they are also publishing. The extremely good. How wash simulate? Wow, they're publishing that, huh? Wow. Mark Medina loves that game. And then there's also stuff that we know that's becoming a little bit further out next year. There's a dragon quest two HD 2D remake, with that one. That's very cool. Dragon quest 12 is coming. At some point, Final Fantasy 7 remake part two will be revealed, but I would think Sony would probably want to have that for their own when they have their state of play. Oh, I think we'll get a trailer at some point for that this summer. At some reveal event, it's been a while. It has been a while. I agree. And this Final Fantasy 16 and Kingdom Hearts four, but that was just announced, so maybe it's a little too early. Part of the Final Fantasy 16 stuff is that there's these tweets from the Japanese development team. They're like, oh, get ready. I need to see the trailer soon. Get ready to see more of this game. So that is really imminent now. Yeah. But again, I would bet that'd be under Sony's event because the reveal was at Sony's event already..

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Fresh update on "henrik" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:58 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "henrik" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Dot EDU Influential conversations from Bloomberg television Here's francine LaCroix We're joined by Henrik Henderson He is the chief executive officer of vestas wind system We've talked about inflation We've been talking about the supply chain And of course what the next 6 to 12 months brings I'm delighted to be having conversation with mister Anderson and you were telling me that it has not been easy just getting the parts you need What's the lead time in this It has been rolling out and it's become actually worse and worse over the last year and a half So I think COVID started it We then had many things that sort of unfolded And then we have had a stop and I go not least with the lockdowns most recently in China and that actually gives the ripple effect to most countries in the world I was waiting for SoFi I live in London for 6 months okay If you have to wait for a piece of equipment or something that you need for 6 months I mean you know how do you run a business like that We got a fairly good partnership with some of the largest in transport and logistics in the world So leadings by Merck and DSE of course they help us across many of those things But it also means you have to have your grains and you have to have your colleagues on site longer than you normally would So it creates a pressure it creates a transport issue And of course everyone of our customers wants to have the turbine spinning because the electricity output is more valuable than ever Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app Or check your local cable listings Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick tape This is a Bloomberg business flash And I'm Karen Moscow futures higher this morning S&P futures up 30 points Dow futures have a 118 and NASDAQ futures have 129 ten year treasury up 6 30 seconds yield 2.72%.

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Wild edge Rangers 3-2 to spoil Lundqvist jersey retirement

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Wild edge Rangers 3-2 to spoil Lundqvist jersey retirement

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"henrik" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"henrik" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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Ovechkin gets career goal 732, now 5th all-time

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Ovechkin gets career goal 732, now 5th all-time

"Alex Ovechkin scored two goals in past Marcel Dionne into fifth place on the NHL's all time goal scoring list with seven hundred thirty two as the capitals beat the Rangers five to one in the season opener of educ and added two assists one on T. J. Oshie scores goal of the season he also assisted on Henrik lapierre's first NHL goal veterans on the capital scored three power play tallies store on the ceiling when nobody getting to go into the game you know give us that kind of extra motivation extension yeah so think of a what cardinal pope and considers of Justin Schultz also scored for the capitals walk Chris Kreider had

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"henrik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Under the recovery plan But we heard from the budget commissioner yesterday that we might not actually see another green bond sale this year of course it depends on requests from member states As to what they need for green spending but the EU is also selling bonds generally under its recovery plan conventional bonds So we'll likely see some more of that before the end of the year But green bond sales you might have to hold on to your hats and wait for next year Okay we'll wait and see if we get anything this year then how do we oh how does the block ensure that we don't see any green washing here We spoke earlier on on Bloomberg TV to Henrik Johnson of Deutsche Bank go ahead of capital markets there and he was saying he does expect regulation to come into force and that might weigh on issue ends Not necessarily from sovereigns but maybe in the corporate space How is the block then ensuring that we don't have green washing on on its watch So yes so the EU has also been a leader in this field There's a bunch of regulation which is coming through the pipeline at the moment which is designed to address the very issue of green watching The EU itself in terms of its green bond issuance isn't using its own green bond standard for now It's relying on other rules from the ica And that's mainly because the green bond standards do us to pass through the parliament and the council But I don't think anyone sees being a real issue of the EU green washing itself It's more to do with other issuers and the EU is doing a number of different things to try and combat that such as disclosure regulation And we'll be seeing a lot more of that over the coming months and years And John today we're expecting the EU to publish details kind of outlining what member states can do to protect the most vulnerable from the energy price surge that we've seen across the continent What do you expect to hear from from those changes or at least those that guidance from the EU Yeah so as I'm sure all the listeners are aware our energy prices have been rising quite dramatically And there's been a lot of pressure from EU member states for the block to outline exactly what it is they can do to help shield the most vulnerable citizens and companies we've seen a number of issues with companies struggling to deal with the energy prices So today we're going to get some more clarity from the EU Don't expect a lot It's an overview of existing measures and rules within state aid There's some allowances for tax cuts on a short term basis For example beyond that there's calls for the EU to introduce the joint procurement of gas which would mean less reliance on suppliers like Russia Putin is obviously sensing an opportunity to perhaps reshape the energy relationship with the EU Longer term I think the EU is definitely sticking to its guns to push for more renewable energy not less and to move away from a reliance on gas So these problems aren't so grave in the future And we're certainly seeing the aftermath of the higher or the ongoing impact of the higher gas prices and electricity prices having an impact on businesses Nia star which makes zinc cutting production of its three European smelters by up to 50% in response to surging power costs they have facilities across Europe Thanks very much John for joining us John angel joining us there from Brussels Let's get the latest in global news.

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Henrik Lundqvist Announces Retirement, Ending 15-Year NHL Career

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Henrik Lundqvist Announces Retirement, Ending 15-Year NHL Career

"Hockey Great Henrik Lundquist is retiring. The longtime goaltender who spent 15 seasons with the New York Rangers announced on Twitter today. That it's time. The 39 year old, who led the Rangers to the Stanley Cup final in 2014 underwent open heart surgery earlier this year following 2020 diagnosis of a heart condition. He ended his season with New York in 2020 and signed with the Washington Capitals prior to his

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"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"It's it's such a big update in the community. How such big involvement in at the same time. Yeah it's it's really cool. It really feels like the community is like an extension of the design team because people are so involved in giving us so useful feedback. Yeah well we're going to have to wrap up here but henrik thank you so much for joining us on today's episode. This has been such a cool insightful and positive discussion. And i can't wait to hear what our audience has to say about some of the stuff you've You've shared with us today. Where can people go if they want to. Follow your work and while you here. Is there anything you would like to Quickly promote guess twitter and youtube. I guess on the main channels were put stuff So i guess that's where you can follow me and some other things. I guess this is a very much unrelated thing. But i've worked a bit within the within climate change. You mentioned my startup go. Climate dot com. But if you're curious about climate change because it is a it is a big deal and we're seeing more and more of the exit if you understand what it's all about. I made a video that really tries to explain it. So the videos called a friendly guy to climate change and explains why what is. Where's prompt coming from. Why should we care about it..

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"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:20 min | 10 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"By on that's underground so we kind of have to rethink and we made this decision after while that. Let's have a cave by oems adapt to whatever terrain they find. Let's let's let's make the caves generate independently of by oems like the cape shapes and everything and then the biles will just be placed independently of of whether they're big large caves there and they'll just adapt and and that reduce the amount of code. We have to write but also gave us basically infinite variety because you could find the a lush cave inside a tiny tiny tiny little area. Where a massive mega cave. Both can contain lush caves. We just have to be a bit smart with the the the feature placements of they'll adapt to whatever is there and the result of that was really positive we were like. Wow this is really cool. We got really incredible variation here and we need to create a bunch of special. You know large caves smallish caves et. Cetera is just one by ohm which adapts so inspired by that we. We kind of realized that since we're now placing big mountains on the surface. We need to figure out how he played by oems and how we can make that less. Those mountains less kind of Clash with with the terrain. Luckily make the the train generally hillier first and then have a big mountain instead of just having a big melting plop down on existing terrain. So we make this kind of fit him and that's what we decided that. Hey let's take this this little trick. We did of decoupling the bio from the from the train shape. Let's apply that in above the surface as well so that's kind of where we ended up. We ended up doing so. We basically said that instead of saying the the multi noise parameters have decided that this is gonna be jungle because it's humid area and in a hot area so that means jungle And because it's a jungle it's going to be flat instead. We say these multi Decide that it's a jungle and the same voltage parameters also decide that it's going to be a hill area. And therefore we get a hilly jungle and it and this gives us just incredibly should start. What were you going to say not any. It's it's so fascinating now walking around the terrain and seeing how different some of these blooms. Look that haven't had that terrain variation before. It's i've got a couple of screen shots where there is a jungle just on the side of one of the new mountains and yeah and and that's the kind of thing seems completely alien to play who've been you know playing this game for the last decade because we used to the way the world works now and i think he's kind of feedback into what we were saying earlier about it providing new challenge and disrupting the way players typically expect the game to go and i think that's one of the things that's made exploring these experimental snapshots so fascinating for players is because microsoft is doing stuff that we're not used to doing and people who've had as much experience with the game..

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"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Well we obviously want to take advantage of having henrik on the show and talk about the landscape changes that are happening in caves and cliffs partout and kick things off. We actually have an email on just that. What do you think we We get into that email absolutely. Yes and if you'd like to email the show gill thoughts on any of the stuff we talk about on each show week to week The email address is spawn chunk. Mail at g mail dot com This one comes in from the piano. Man eighty nine singers the song piano man and this one they subject to this email as caves and cliffs survival discovered. You'll podcast recently. And i've become very interested in following you guys. You'll perspectives and input on minecraft. I'm new to the game. Having only started playing in november of twenty twenty and since then. I've become obsessed with trying to do as much as i can without using creative mode on trying to learn as much as i can so i can feel confident progressing through the game so i decided to try the caves and cliffs experimental snapshots to experience old even mentioning on the podcast. I started the weld on survival in normal difficulty. And i'm shocked at how much more challenging it is. I've only been playing about five or six hours on this new world. And i didn't run into any n for a solid three hours of game play and i've died two mobs at least half a dozen times compared to only once in my other world where i put in at least seventy five hours worth of survival. Game play. is this level of difficulty normal compared to what both of you have experienced in your trials over the case and cliffs experimental snapshots idag down in a step fashion to negative twenty on the y axis and never encountered a cave even after traveling. Fifteen hundred blocks in opposite directions to look for mountains. I didn't encounter any mountains or caves really. it's all a my experience is normal. The sound like a really unfortunate exception. Sorry for the long email. That i appreciate you guys. Taking the time to read and respond the piano man eighty-nine died from unknowingly triggering. At and t. Tramp in a desert temple still still a lot to learn. I see but yes. This as far as difficulty goes I'm sure you've had a similar experience to me. This seems fairly typical In terms of you know the challenge of dealing with molds and getting alien and getting geared up for what we think of as sort of early game caving expedition in current generation finding. in closer to the surface has been something. We've taken for granted for a while..

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"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"And then once they reach a door they will kind of swerve to one side and activate a mechanism that lever. Tate's part of the door and that opens the door for you. So there there a puzzle elements to the level. Where you have to have one of the schulkin bullets kind of fully. And those are those already well-designed. I think the one thing they need to fix up his they. They can't always follow you. Exactly which is probably better for the play of most of the time but a lot of the time you have to guide them upstairs and sometimes they just run into the bottom of the stairs and and dece born and it takes a little bit of Fiddling to make sure it's going the right direction that A pretty satisfying mechanic in a neat way to use enemies to you'll favor in that environment without jumping in Mike dungeons as we traditionally no it in most video games. Do you get to use the shelter. Bullets select levitated yourself to like another accessible level in in dungeon or is there anything like that going on with the alight trade that you grab about halfway through end wilds thereof then barrels of fireworks the us effectively as launch pads and that actually does a really neat thing where the game has been an isometric perspective the entire time but once you are throwing up into the alley that switches to a top down perspective and it smoothly transitions into you seeing all of these islands from above and being able to glide between them so the shell cable. It's don't really give you enough levitation to get off the ground for long enough. And they add that stun effect. So it's more of a a disadvantage for the play but they have other ways of introducing you flying between the islands which obviously people who visited the end in vanilla minecraft. No can be fairly spouse. You end up finding you know the thinnest route through these islands and trying to land on the nearest available one in case you run out of flight time. That's yeah it's it's a really well designed aspect to the mdc and really makes it feel a lot like it's influenced by vanilla minecraft mechanics. I had a chance to play echoing void. I haven't really a chance to play any of the the. Dlc yet big old yet at it on that because as henrik mentioned even listening to you talk about the end echoing void really makes me want to get an nc it..

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"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"But most recently. He's been working on terrain generation. Full the caves and cliffs update. And you can find him posting screen shots videos and his thoughts from the development process on twitter at henrik newburgh henrik welcome to the show. Thank you great to be here. Yeah it's great to have you here and we've had a delightful discussion a pre show. But naturally we're gonna be picking your brains about everything that's been going on Terrain wise both in the recent experimental snapshots and even before that because of course terrain generation has been part of this update for a little while Normally when we start off the show we like to let our guest. Let us know what they've been doing in minecraft lately So obviously we know some of what you've been working on more publicly but do you get a chance to play minecraft a lot in your personal life. Is that something you avoid. Because it's more of a a work thing. How does the balance of that work out you. I still love playing microsoft. But i i play in period so it could be appeared where i play almost every evening and then it could be a couple of months from kind of tired of it and i don't play it all varies but i have my old server which turned ten years this year l. and i got a bunch of friends and family and they're so sometimes i go in there and hang out against the latest thing was helping my daughter kidnapped. Some glow squids for her nightclub. Oh that's great. As a ten year old sava has been persistent throughout all of the updates. Or is that something yes. It's been persistent. I'm very stubborn about keeping that server going. That's great and what a great perspective to have as well. We heard agnes talking one of the recent videos about wanting to keep her ten year old world. Going as well so yeah. it's great. Does the guy he's been doing. All of the modifications to terrain is is as passionate keeping that well to life own secret. So joel has the citadel going. What are you up. I'm coming close to the end of this zombie. Gio d- firm. Which i thought was going to be a much smaller project but it turns out when you've got a lot of redstone and water mechanics to deal with that. It does take a little bit more time. This weekend was mostly decorating. The the farm finally deciding on some block. Pilots went with blue hair cada which looks purple in the world Which goes very well with the Because of the go that's nearby and the drown that are coming in from the sponor We also went and did some Weapon building where we built a sword that had sweeping edge and s- might four. I think i wanted five but we couldn't find enough enough books to do it..

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"henrik" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

06:46 min | 11 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on Photography Daily

"I i would say these ideals you adopted as a photographer. Moving straight out of advertising and entities. These more humanitarian fields. Did did that present you with a different kind of life challenge. Because i look at your stories from around the world to you'll now well known and respected for but you can't exactly hitchhike to places like nicaragua and i'm i'm always fascinated by how photography managed to find a financial passport on top of their physical ones to to fund these extraordinary journeys and stories. I had never had a problem with that. When i was young. It was very easy of me to live in sleeping back. Just going to cameras and pundits trikes film. And then i could sleeve everywhere so it the only cost i actually had was the plane ticket and a little bit for food and transportation but the yes laid. My work grow allowed in ambition. A i learned that. I could not do thing on short time. I had to spend maybe two three years on every project in that speech to asia. More funding was necessary for me. But because i succeeded with with a both exhibitions and books. The foundation in denmark have an easy way to funding me because they could see that something came out of it. it was not lottery. They they understood better. If i had an idea. I could fulfill it so it was the foundation the to county rescue in monk. Yeah but we also have a lot of private Foundations who support art and documentary photography. So as a wide spread of foundation. You you can apply and of course by ten. I don't get funding from alton. But normally i get from one or two and i thought my my my work. I appreciate that. These roots are probably still the funding routes that you take today but how how does that take shape. How do you approach funding. Fool your projects asi- aside from the fact that you are of course a known entity. Is there a route. You take to secure funding my normally the normal way from me to approach a new project. Is i pay. The i traveled myself. And then i go with the images. And maybe get a nicer proportional bind this book and with the bucket and so they can see he's already on his mood and The ultimate sure. I paid my. I travel a five weeks in north agreement and it was quite expensive. But i mean when i'm done i got all the fees from the exhibitions and the books so i can make my living by that. Well this is where we pick up. This extraordinary book ultimately use. You started your own personal story. It seems as you just said. I see when you first visited northern greenland in it was eighty seven. Wasn't it Photographers i i taught too often speak of finding a finding and a culture and becoming devoted to it in in some way or another without even knowing it and i wonder whether that describes the way you you felt about greenland when you first win that. Yeah but it's a long log story. When when i was seventeen my best friend was a a young woman. Called evil ended with is is a green in name because she was from greenland and later. When when i got my first child i named her even because even though was the name of my desire of my longings and i you know before greenland. I worked a lot in south of mary. Kay on the west bank and gas. And i felt i had to go verify way to concentrate but i got a lot of response where people ask me. But don't you have something from your own vicinity from your own place and as your understand. Greenland is a part of denmark. Still and i have been there three or four times before but not doing something special about greenland and made a book about immigration in the nordic countries and on that drought deke's i ended up in the absolute most northbound located religious group. The word Luke that was a deputy sky leaving you as a hunter now and i made him for my book about immigration in the nordic countries and he took me on a halt on the dock sledge. Nothing that led you out to. You'll you'll i hunters such isn't it. Yeah but did. I was not there to do the hunting. I was there to do a portrait of him as an immigrant but he took me out on. The she is and it was fantastic. At that trip. I decided one day i will do an exhibition and a book about this place with this. Two thousand five. Is it though this. I meal talking about non. I'm hoping i'm going to get his name. Correct it cool kushima Yet so when he first arrived in ingredient as onto standard he lived in a hot on a beach. No electricity no running water and only the local children to learn the language from because back the locals left the locals left them alone pretty much. Didn't they know it's the mentality. Many remote places that that if a foreigner comes they have to look him up and try to figure out. What kind of person is maybe an in a big city like london golden egg. It's easy for us to meet a stranger but on remote places they need tired so he lived there in that hot on the beats for one year before the local style to invite him into society. Well i know greenland is a place. You love this remote extraordinary place on earth to even the so called. Great walls didn't touch and didn't reach but then comes this this project we're talking about today then. Henrik rick and i feel jumped the funding gum before before. Really getting a grasp more spiritual and creative reason for doing it ultimate tula. This incredible book that describes graphically the the isolation the cold the people the way of life. But what do the words on their front cover.

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"henrik" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on Photography Daily

"Henrik you trained originally as an advertising photographer so the direction could be set one way but you changed course really didn't didn't you want. I wonder why why you changed course. Yeah it was a dramatic change. Because i was. I'm born in fifty three and i'm a little bit late to be a sixty eight but i became quite radical left wing critical to capitalistic society. At that time he was very modern to follow. Your ideas. one could say that today. People don't care much about that. But i couldn't see myself in the advertising world trying to make people more commercial stuff because i was against this kind of society so so i took the consequences of that and stopped the day after i got my education and then i started to be a political activists with my camera to document. Humanistic commentary photography. I i would say these ideals you adopted as a photographer. Moving straight out of advertising and entities. These more humanitarian fields. Did did that present you with a different kind of life challenge. Because i look at your stories from around the world to you'll now well known and respected for but you can't exactly hitchhike to places like nicaragua and i'm i'm always fascinated by how photography managed to find a financial passport on top of their physical ones to to fund these extraordinary journeys and stories. I had never had a problem with that. When i was young. It was very easy of me to live in sleeping back. Just going to cameras and pundits trikes film. And then i could sleeve everywhere so it the only cost i actually had was the plane ticket and a little bit for food and transportation but the yes laid. My work grow allowed in ambition. A i learned that. I could not do thing on short time. I had to spend maybe two three years on every project in that speech to asia. More funding was necessary for me.

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Humanitarian Photography with Henrik Saxgren

Photography Daily

02:22 min | 11 months ago

Humanitarian Photography with Henrik Saxgren

"Henrik you trained originally as an advertising photographer so the direction could be set one way but you changed course really didn't didn't you want. I wonder why why you changed course. Yeah it was a dramatic change. Because i was. I'm born in fifty three and i'm a little bit late to be a sixty eight but i became quite radical left wing critical to capitalistic society. At that time he was very modern to follow. Your ideas. one could say that today. People don't care much about that. But i couldn't see myself in the advertising world trying to make people more commercial stuff because i was against this kind of society so so i took the consequences of that and stopped the day after i got my education and then i started to be a political activists with my camera to document. Humanistic commentary photography. I i would say these ideals you adopted as a photographer. Moving straight out of advertising and entities. These more humanitarian fields. Did did that present you with a different kind of life challenge. Because i look at your stories from around the world to you'll now well known and respected for but you can't exactly hitchhike to places like nicaragua and i'm i'm always fascinated by how photography managed to find a financial passport on top of their physical ones to to fund these extraordinary journeys and stories. I had never had a problem with that. When i was young. It was very easy of me to live in sleeping back. Just going to cameras and pundits trikes film. And then i could sleeve everywhere so it the only cost i actually had was the plane ticket and a little bit for food and transportation but the yes laid. My work grow allowed in ambition. A i learned that. I could not do thing on short time. I had to spend maybe two three years on every project in that speech to asia. More funding was necessary for me.

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"henrik" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"henrik" Discussed on Photography Daily

"Who settled in the region. He took me out on this. She is and it was fantastic. That trip i decided one day. I would do an exhibition and a google about this place. You can't make life happen in such a remote in stark place. This is a story about releasing about letting serendipity played part as a photographer so i had to find and the kind of within myself to just sit on the docks nets and let it be and let it go and wait to see what the nature would. Let's be honest the off. This is a book an account about the reality of living in a part of the world at minus thirty five degrees where the hunters the hunted. Age-old traditions are still practiced. An honest and authentic. Victoria's study of life in the arctic which doesn't fit with everyone's ideal museum's director who would like to show the work and he was afraid that animal activist would come and destroy museum. Bassey was a world renowned photographer. Who convinced henrik to complete the work. You have to take one more year way. You go out there and show. It's exactly as hot for people to live there as it is for animal and then was agrees to ask for people who have lost parts of the body to frostbite. Henrik will reveal who that was in today show and he'll also talk about being in nature times closer to the knee may have imagined the only thing i did was to follow the hunch and if they were close to a bowl of year i felt i could be so. That's where we talked about. Zen like state that living in the arctic wilderness brought to henry that this way of behavior was much much easier and much more beauty. And then what i have done for years so so actually changed. Stories of life told by photographers and today. That photographer is henrik. Saxony who as you'll hear as dedicated his heart to green no thoughts about what could happen. How we came back as you do. When i came home. I was just in the now of day. Today's lynn fraser. For good reason. When i consider geography when we talk about today's story lynn rights photography is my escape from the daily grind. Quite happily lose hours when out with my camera often not moving very far in that time. I love to travel. My husband doesn't photography has given me the means to visit the places. I want to see an experience in the company of like minded people and along the way of made some wonderful friends. it's open doors to the world and maybe more importantly doors within. May i've found a creative streak i didn't know existed and i'm loving exploring it. I don't think my skill or creativity will necessarily match those of your guests much as i would like them to. But i've learned of the last few months that what i do is enough in twenty sixteen. Lynn spent two weeks in a national park in western mongolia. Spending time with the cosmic nomads. Some of whom were egwu hunters as she described the kazaks were some of the most welcoming hospitable people of metal. My travels over the years. And when you look at the photos story which are linked to the show page. You'll see a people who live a life respecting the wild. Their lands their relationship with nature. And it's a. I think a perfect fit to share space with today's guest the program and that's what i meant by geography from the price of one high street. Coffee per month patrons are so important to helping maintain a future for this podcast to thank them or patrons. Get to hear the extra more additions which on thursdays include my photographic diarrhea say and also the new book club which tomorrow includes a little extra from henrik saxon. Today's guest plus footballing thoughts. He should ask for the legendary photographer. I wanted to share this. But it's for your ears only patrons and club this week features. Today's book. I want to take you on a further journey through the most remarkable title ultimate. Ola we're also supported by. Pb dot com the number one platform when it comes to trust for buying selling and trading used camera gear with offices warehouses now in the uk brooklyn usa. Now berlin for europe if you have kit for sale if you have kit you want to buy 'em pb help feed the circular and so this is a sustainable way to show up to so henrik. Saxe clean. I want to embarrass one of our patrons a name. You'll be familiar with from the friday. Photo will conditions in particular laws. Hegarty or as i affectionately now know him. Hey got the day a month ago. Loss forwarded me a book this one a book a book featuring a photographer i did know of. I was familiar with his work but needed a reminding jolt and i wondered if perhaps the us you'd sent me a book with an agenda him more mole that is from a photographer who seemed destined to make it big in the world of advertising with these skills until that is he decided to tell the stories of and about people on this planet who needed a voice. Israel's and then people who we held a great fascination for this book that he sent me is unlike many nypd. Most i would imagine having my collection and that stance against some great names in a wealth of books now. Fondness of custodian full look. That's not to say. I'm not wows by the titles. I take my custody hoffer nowaday with but it's a book where i have genuinely felt. I'm present with a photographer for the time that he's recorded in each scene. It's a book which will perhaps be uncomfortable for those who eat meat but don't like to think about the process of catching it. It holds no punches. It tells the truth about to land. Where if you remove your gloves at the wrong time and the wrong winds you'll likely to lose your fingers yet. It's also peaceful peaceful in abundance. Some of the pictures will. Have you believe you're looking at charcoal. Creations of snow and wind swept scenes yet. These photographs and i want to pick my emotions. Further into mora's book clubs so loss. Thank you for the book. I dedicate this show to you and henrick. Thank you for the book as well. I dedicate more reading time in the coming weeks and months as i study. You story that you've made in the most incredible and most of us will never personally visit henrik sexy henrik you trained originally as an advertising photographer so the direction could be set one way but you changed course really didn't didn't you want. I wonder why why you changed course. Yeah it was a dramatic change. Because i was. I'm born in fifty three and i'm a little bit late to be a sixty eight but i became quite radical left wing critical to capitalistic society. At that time he was very modern to follow. Your ideas. one could say that today. People don't care much about that. But i couldn't see myself in the advertising world trying to make people more commercial stuff because i was against this kind of society so so i took the consequences of that and stopped the day after i got my education and then i started to be a political activists with my camera to document. Humanistic commentary photography..

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Hendrick Motorsports Nears Petty Win Record After 1-2-3-4 Result

NASCAR on NBC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Hendrick Motorsports Nears Petty Win Record After 1-2-3-4 Result

"Hendrick motorsports the first one two three four finish for hendrick in its team history. Only the fourth time in cup history. That's been done in the first and the cup series since rosh benway racing team. You have some knowledge of two thousand five at the season finale at homestead miami speedway so just to give you a little context henrik has only been a four car team since two thousand and four so i one two three four finishing essentially seventeen years. I that they've been able to do that but you know what's your first reaction to that. When you hear the hendrick motorsports for the first time ever in what thirty. Seven years of history has a one two three four finish. Well i think about is two years ago when we were talking about. What's wrong with hendrick right. And we we. We had this expectation level of hendrik. That's pretty high. We expect to see them contending for championships winning the lottery to me to me. In the era that i raced in hendrick was the most dominant team out there and that faded faded over time and it was. They didn't jump right back into it. They had to work themselves back into it. And now here they are and they also invested you. Think about what they did. They invested in a lot of youth right so took brought a lot of young drivers and that has cultivated into a very young team with a lot of winners on it heading into right direction. This is the opposite of what we were talking about. Two years ago. I think hendrick motorsports is repositioning themselves to be dominant force. They won the championship last year. We chase elliott now chase elliott. That hasn't wanna raise this year and alex bowman's want to i know chase elliott fans. Think well that's not good but it is good if the guy that won championship you last year is the guy. That's not winning this year and everybody else has stepped it up. That's a good thing. Now they've chase elliott rezoning twentieth every weekend. That what that's not chase elliott's running okay. He's not been winning expecting to do. But but that's a good problem for a team to have. It's almost impossible to have all four clicking. You know what i mean. It's really really difficult. But i just i just i think a reversal of where we were two years ago. That's the first thing that pops in my brain

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Seattle grocery workers get hazard-pay boost

Week In Review

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Seattle grocery workers get hazard-pay boost

"Month. The seattle city council decided to require big grocery store chains to give their employees hazard pay during the pandemic an extra four dollars per hour. Here's counselor teresa moscato. It's really about the folks who are on the ground in those grocery store floors stocking shelves who are having people reach over them to reach for that zucchini of one grocery worker talks about and sealing the customers breath on them. Those are the folks we need to attack. I said grocery store chains. It's companies with more than five hundred employees stores bigger than ten thousand square feet not convenience stores or food marts or a farmer's market and it's tough to have people breathing on you while they're having you reach for their zucchini but grocery workers are happy to do that. Work said union member. Joe is ryan power outage snowstorm. Where do people rush off to go to the grocery store but we need to show care for the workers care for us well. The grocery industry didn't like care in the form of this hazard pay. Tammy henrik heads. The washington food industry association and she says local grocery stores are not all making big profits and they faced expenses from theft and from delivery fees increased labor costs and cleaning and all of those so seattle really needs to be evaluated on its own merit. And we're just not seen prophets in seattle right now so this week. The hazard pay kicked in workers started getting it but brian. Some grocery industry trade groups sued the city. What what are they claiming a few different things here. bill. I think i see two main pieces here. The first one basically grocery stores are saying they're being singled out as an industry here. There's an equal protection clause and our federal and state constitutions that talks about this and we're also talking about this idea that governments are not supposed to impair contracts. That's part of our constitution as well. They don't want to tip the favor from one side to the other hazard pay is something that these different grocery stores. You're talking about with their workers right now and i think bottom line for me. No one would ever argue that grocery store workers are not being heroic right now. I know i rely on the grocery store. That's near my home. And what in west seattle here but big picture here. Not all of our healthcare workers are getting a hazard pay bump So why not require that. And why is it four bucks an hour. I think there are a lot of questions about this. That are gonna come out as this court case unfolds.

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Threat Hunting Offsets the Technology Gaps

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Threat Hunting Offsets the Technology Gaps

"We're not get my start. I would say to take back to a military law enforcement days. So physical security of course close protection Details so i've been in the space probably since seventeen in some form or fashion security I transitioned into cyberspace. Actually in early. Two thousand Working class i was part of the first development team of launching windows two thousand Iky server l2tp vpn server I was there at the fortunate. I guess you could call it Experience with bill gates and launching that in february of two thousand and the sony centre. It was the first appliance based vpn service powered by windows. And then i working for class. That time i also help build out the first cloud based vpn. Your cloud firewall service. Powered by chastised at the time was nortel cosign so that dates me a little bit And then building out. What was the first. Mp l. s. environment building out using twenty five forty seven would universe building out that the virtual router typist and so insecurity for a long time transitioned into more of a layer seven environment layer for like they're know with level three and building out the an mssp practice with inside a service provider will relaunch diaz Real so as part of the two thousand fourteen. Ntp attack with using Yola rod wears away to combat the two thousand fourteen biggest dos attack at that time Building out also Various types of security environments from secure email to secure access tumbling so In in building out the first Threatened telling as a service Taking intelligence encouraging that intelligence and turning it back and enriching that in empowering and into people sims decline sim so Been into space for quite some time and done everything from being on the keyboard to you're developing and strategizing and bring it to market some of the most robust and i would say sophisticated security services that south today and still active today when you look back on some of those earlier days you know thinking back to something like the launch of like you're saying windows two thousand two mean can give us some insights as to the evolution that you've you've experienced the growth in the the sophistication and capabilities of these tools. Mean when you think about the evolution of this i it's it's it's my body linked to see how we have evolved so much From the tumbling type activities more cloud base sas environments you no longer. Are we required ito to to actually launch a client on your device when we're using software as a way to connect using example as a celsius recently about a year and a half ago. I built out a appliance based service at allow us to run your ssl connections and using open vpn to a source gateway and then out to the cloud and basically all in two zero touch provisioning to say so to to evolve from having someone manually. You'll help you set up your tunnels establish tunnels you know. Establish appreciate keys. And connections that these major to automatically enabling that is just it's crazy to see how we've involved in. It's actually quite you know exciting to see where we're going to go because of covid. Nineteen right kobe. Nineteen has taught us so much that the next evolution of cybersecurity. And you know this would call borderless You'll environment is is going to drive us to more cloud around monitoring the compliance configuration changes things that we did not do in the past that we're going to be obligated to do in the future. Yeah i mean that's a really interesting point how we i mean I suppose it could be looked at as a as an upside. This push this You know we we pushing this outside of our comfort zones into new areas. While i mean you have to. Nail henrik conference on. Cybersecurity has never been Comfort right it's always been complex. It's always been hard to. Let's just call it like it is wanted to communicate to people to help you understand the value of it and three and i think the foremost is actually enabling it right because too often what i've learned over my years as a people it's still a compelling event meaning that a unless something happens to me i don't worry about it and it's so much like law enforcement is it's a lot around activities you know. Let's just take a home environment if the house around the street got broken into prior to that happening. You didn't do anything but now that it got close to home. What are you going to do. you're going to either. Go get a big dog. You're gonna put cameras up. You can put an alarm system. The problem we have today is that we're reactive versus proactive and cybersecurity has been that way for last year. I would say ten years of not fifteen years as very reactive and we're still reactive today. Even though we're being pushed outside of our comfort zone i mean. Think about kobe. Nineteen it was reactive right. We had to move quickly to To accommodate a remote workforce bauer coming back and doing what trying to figure out what holds that. I open to enable that from that reactive aspects. so it's a very interesting you'll bell curve that. I see that goes on where we're going up and down up and down and it's it's hard to keep out in front really is

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Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist Will Not Play 2020-21 Season Because of a Heart Condition

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Capitals' Henrik Lundqvist Will Not Play 2020-21 Season Because of a Heart Condition

"Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist will not be suiting up this season before the Capitals. After discovered a heart condition several weeks now I've been undergoing different types of tests related to heart condition. And after lots of discussions with doctors around the country and finally receiving the last results earlier this week, I am fortunate won't be able to join the team this year now need to continue the process to dress and fix these issues. And he was really looking forward to playing in D. C thanks the capital's organization of course for their understanding and is disappointed, but Henrik Lundquist will not to be suiting up this year. Alia Samsonov, Phoenix Copely. Are the Capitals goaltender is on the roster right now.

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'Shocking': King Henrik to miss season with heart condition

WBZ Afternoon News

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

'Shocking': King Henrik to miss season with heart condition

"Lundquist announced today that he'll miss the entire upcoming NHL season because of a heart condition. The former New York Rangers signed with the Capitals this off season and the self

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Lundqvist to Caps, goalie carousel spins in NHL free agency

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Lundqvist to Caps, goalie carousel spins in NHL free agency

"First day for agency very busy for the Washington Capitals. First, the player that is leaving Braid and hope. He left a big mark on the capital's with his play between the pipes and also with his community work, breaking, hoping after 10 years of the capital's signing a two year free agent deal with the Vancouver Canucks with hold me leaving The capital's signing future. Hall of Famer goalie Henrik Lundquist played many years, obviously for the Rangers. He's pushing 40. But the caps feel like he's got another good year in him, so they get a one year contract with Henrik Lundquist also Sonic Justin Schultz or the capital's two year deal with a former Pittsburgh Penguins.

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New York Rangers Buy Out Henrik Lundqvist’s Contract, Ending His 15-Year Run With Team

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

New York Rangers Buy Out Henrik Lundqvist’s Contract, Ending His 15-Year Run With Team

"The Henrik Lundquist there in New York, coming to an end post is reporting the Rangers of buying up a final year. The veteran Billy's contract ending a 15 year run with the team, The 38 year old will be a free agent on the signing period starts on October

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"henrik" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

This Week In Video Games

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"henrik" Discussed on This Week In Video Games

"Like a you're taking that sprint demo out to the out to the audience. So we don't do internal sprint demos really because the every sean is the demo. We attornal devils for prototypes. So we haven't yet shown the community, but that's about it. That's brilliant. Brilliant insight into the inner workings, of Mo- Jiang. So thank you Henrik. and. Also, we've got coming up minecraft live on October the third I believe. Correct So that must be super exciting for you, and what's what's what's on the agenda? There if you can talk about any daytimes yarmuth boy, I don't WanNa spoil everything right. But a high level I guess is there's we're gonNA talk about what we're doing working on. and there's going to be some highlights from Microsoft community what what's our community to? and there's going to be a mob votes. So people can you know help vote what's the next mob going to be in minecraft? So. We had this all kinds of fun stuff happening. Testing and so how can people can get on? No You were thinking about having a alive of any person which twenty twenty has a bit of a sculpture to. How how can people get involved in minecraft live if they WANNA get involved? You Google. Mike Life and that takes you might crafts dot net slash live I think and then There's a little introduction video and then exactly how you join I don't know honestly. But. It's probably written up there where I so get. Folks keep your, eyes out. Type in the third Toma Third Yes awesome and after that we could be less secretive about working on which I appreciate it a lot I prefer to be. and. I wanted to shift a little bit away from. Jhang minecraft until you Henrik. said. How how did you originally of into the Games industry? just totally stumbled into it I. Guess. There was never really a plan I've always liked games like playing games. So someone would have asked me like, do you want to work in the gave de Railroad said, hell? Yes. But there's never wasn't a career plan on my part Consultant thousand ago. Kotor contractor coating for food. Now, calling for money for food. but then I gradually morphed into entrepreneurship well starting. It. Companies. And then I gradually morphed leadership because I suddenly had teams that people around me and I realized probably be. China organizations that are being bogged down in code. So then I need to learn leadership and how does that work and organizational? Design and stuff like that. And then that morphed into coaching because I started writing books and articles around that kind of stuff and then people would call me and say, Hey, can you come help us you know sort out our development process? And then I'll suddenly a consultant doing that kind of stuff sells bouncing around to different types of companies. But I got to a point where I was doing good like I had more clients than I could take so had to prioritize. and. That's a good problem to have. So let's prioritized now would prioritize companies that I found interesting where would learn And often, game companies are interesting. They build interesting stuff. They often have quite interesting technology and interesting cultures. So I generally tend to prioritize those clients, and then of course, when you get into an industry, you get to know people within that industry suddenly. Switches to another company and then they call right. So it's like this little. Pond with the same people moving around companies. Yeah totally just stumbled into it. And I imagine that might be if people out there listening maybe they're engineers and We'll. Maybe they're in different disciplines, tests discipline or the discipline they're wondering about leadership am may be wanting to take that source step up What would you? What advice would you give them? What would you recommend insulf and taking those steps? What if you want if you're working if you're not working as a leader but you want to start working as leader? Yeah. Like much like yourself right Wow that's that's that's a good question. So like I mentioned I never planned to do it I stumbled into it. Maybe that's not a good strategy to just hope to stumble but. there's something find very useful. which is and there's a fancy word for it which I forget. But. Envisioning what you want. Like really sitting thinking about what what do I want? What is my ideal perfect future and then he pretend you're already there. And he sat down, write it down you describe a day in your life in that perfect world. And what starts happening is is quite interesting because. Once he'd have that cleared your mind especially start to others about it like this is where I wanna be. It's like the universe conspiring to help you a little bit and I don't think it's because of some metaphysical nonsense I think just because. If you have this vision in your head, I want to become a leader or. Whatever you know a great designer of products. Once you have that picture in your head. You will unconsciously start looking for that. You will look for those opportunities. You might suddenly remember someone who met last week who works at some company, and then you might want to have a coffee with them. We might remember some articles on internet or you might just overhear a conversation over lunch. You just tuning your personal search filter towards that and it'll increase the odds of it happening. Does that make any sense at all? Yeah for sure. So visualizing where way Wanna be and then Taking that step. So an example of leadership if you really have that mental mindset that I am a great leader, even though you're not working as a leader was most likely gonNA happen is you're gonNA start stepping up unconsciously. Some problem happens in your team. You might suddenly step up and try to help the team saw. Or maybe escalated to someone or maybe start you know reading Or watching Youtube channels leadership. You just start doing things asking those kinds of questions talking to those kind of people and they've before you know it someone's like, Hey, can you help me a? Run this project or or can you organize this event or small steps? Right. But then retired people notice that hey, this person seems interested in this leadership thing and seems to be passionate and doing a good job. Maybe I'll. I'll offer him this position. So. At least that's throughout my whole career. That's what I see. What happens you have an idea what you WanNa do you really think about it make it clear? And then things start conspiring to help you a little bit. No guarantees I offered no guarantees. What this will do improve the odds I'm pretty sure. I've and. I've been lucky enough to see talk a conference myself and one thing I've noticed your your illustrations a year wonderful illustrations in your in your talks deep d- do them yourself. Actually. Do I like to draw. And I know you, I know you quite of visual thinking. And I was wondering if you could tell us about first of a what that is and of how that kind of helps you maybe breakdown problems or in.

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Miami - Florida primary voting tops 2.6 million

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Miami - Florida primary voting tops 2.6 million

"Than than 2.6 2.6 Million Million Floridians Floridians have have already already cast cast ballots ballots ahead ahead of of of the the the primary primary primary elections. elections. elections. 80% 80% of of them them voted voted by by mail, mail, Jefferson Jefferson County County County Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor of of of Elections Elections Elections Marty Marty Marty Bishop Bishop Bishop expects expects expects statewide statewide statewide turnout turnout turnout to to to be be be lower lower lower than than than usual. usual. usual. He He feels feels Tuesdays Tuesdays are are helpful helpful learning learning experience experience for for November November with with the the covert covert stuff out there and everything else. We've already learned a whole bunch of new stuff. We're picking up hand, dude. Seems like this primary election has been a lot busier than any before in the past, just generated to prepare for a woman claims she was intimidated when she went to voting. Call your county Ellen Hemorrhage, wrote on Facebook about the experience of North Call your regional bank in Naples. Henrik is a Democrat. And she writes that the poll worker told her the primary was for Republicans only. After the confusion was cleared up. She was eventually allowed to vote Call Your election supervisor says the poll worker will not work in future elections. Will the massive increase in mail and voting because of the Corona virus pandemic cause a delay in tabulating results in Pinellas County 97% of registered voters chose to vote by mail County election Supervisor Julie Marcus tells news Channel eight. Her county will begin to release results minutes after the polls close. So we've tabulated nearly 150,000 those Alice Expecting that the majority probably 70 plus percent of the vote Total is going to be released to the public at +70 to the

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"henrik" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"henrik" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Here comes the interview. I'm happy to welcome here on this alternatives podcast tonight. Henrik Bogdan Henry Book done who is an academic research in the field of cultism? You correct me Henry, if if I'm a bit blunk twists that maybe not precise enough you're going to be much more precise about that could even Henrik. It's very nice to have you here. Good evening and thanks for the invitation to speak here on your podcast. into. It's A. And those of you who are. Specialists in little accents they no. Of course, my Austrian accent but this little Swedish accent from Hendrick that. He's speaking to us from Sweden and. Well, I think what we should do I is that maybe you introduce yourself, it will be many many of our audience will know you but it's the first time I think I may say that. An academic researcher in that field is here as an interview on the show, we'll talk more about that maybe later on why this is the first time and why it's often difficult to do that. But. I Maybe you tell us a little bit more about exactly what your background is, and also what interests me always is how did it all happen in your life? How did you? Choose that feels as your academic research. Feel Towel. Your interest. Grow. How did it happen? When I leave the stage to you but. That would be nice if we could open our interview be twists into that direction. Okay. So let's see where to start. Right, so I'm an historian of religions at University of. Here in Sweden and I'm specializing in what I call alternative forms of religion. which includes Western esotericism. And authorities, which is part of that field. And my other areas of research are new religious movements and for Masonry. And for Masonry is, of course, something which can be studied within the field of west terraces but not necessarily so. So I'm interested in the the border areas between as sooner a Western esotericism. And also to borderlines between new religious movements and Westminster terraces. So these are really three different fields of free search which. To extent absolutely and So I wrote my thesis back in two thousand three, my doctoral thesis on the development of cold masonic rituals of initiation that is from the earth forms of. Rituals of. freemasonry. In the eighteenth century and how that developed through the craft degrees into the high degrees, and then how these these type of rituals. Spread outside the vote of as it were, and they used them and go to the golden dawn as an example, and then I ended in nineteen fifties in witchcraft movement to see how the sort of rituals have developed outside total outside field of for. Masonry. So. Yeah what led me to to study these rituals. Let me to the field of Western terrorists. It's a good question because back in the nineteen ninety s when I started to rise to my thesis. And even before that, when I was not a graduate students. That really wasn't a field of Westminster of terrorists as we know today Asu then. Quite. Academic field even though that being scholars interested. In. Aspects of what we call Western terraces such as tip Kabbah or alchemy astrology or magic, or the also feed would might be. Industry from. Early, two thousands that we can talk about this. In more general. Perspective that is to study these different currencies or notions or practices within a broader umbrella within a broader. Field as it were. We might return to that question later how Yes absolutely. So it was in one super really by accident, one can believe in accident. That I saw to study as a terrorist that was simply that. I will. Planning to study psychology. But for various reasons, I took A. First Slam chorusing in science of religion. Holding, in Swedish or religious studies. And immediately cook stuff what he was extremely fascinating. Especially, he's real religious guy aspect. Even the Western theology started church history and sociology of religion and other aspects of religious studies particularly history of religions that fascinated me. Already had an interest in terraces. I had read you know adds to Croly I had readily Readily debate about the also fiance understanding that needs dressed in in Turkey topics but I didn't really see how that would fit the nicotinic study of religion. And so it was really by by chance that. One. Of My professors, but it's about the NESTRO. Who later became my supervisor? When we discussed the topic of my. be a liberal theseus short. And See said, what why don't you write about? The Haram Legend Inter. Masonry. And I never heard of it remember. That so then Tarita about information. And And that opened up also the will to. The pioneers of Western scholars Western as terrorists. and then I continue with that and. My empathy Swiss on golden dawn was like a continuation of the. Andom and then I decided well I'm going to apply for a PHD candidate position at University of Gothenburg And I'm going to. Try to write about masonic rituals been station. and. At that time had become acquainted with the work of unplumbed Fanta. WHO Also. Of course, a pioneer in the field of Westminster terrorists, it published access to Western esotericism which was really one of the very few books that tried tried to approach a westernise terraces for more general perspective, tribunal, dealer all win that was forever when when he believes approximately. This was in nineteen, ninety four. I believe what I'd like to. Think I read it read his book first time in ninety six. Ninety S. And and. He's. Really put as a terrorist. On the map as it were, and that show that this is a field have scholars actually working with this. So the people that I had been writing about the this masons under golden dawn people and so on. Well, actually here we have scholars take this seriously and see these s expressions of wider current door as. Some examples of something, which is worthwhile to study from academic perspective. A one thing led to another and I, and I wrote to February is. Still wrote letters. Happy. I'm. So, out of the blue receive this letter familiar young PhD candidate in Sweden. And he liked him until be able to come over and talk about your thesis suburb. Happy to give feedback. and. That was it and that I was really into the world of this, this new field of Western services, read it through Fabra and You, know I got to know other people and that's how it works. So. One of the things that I really. Enjoyed about that initial. Experience of meeting somebody working with West missile terrorists. That there was a sense of. Classical scholarly How decided that in English? generousness. Generous with his time was generous. Generous but he's ID's..

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"henrik" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"henrik" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"And listeners welcome to episode five of Season Five, five, five. Yes. Well, that's it, and today is August two, second twenty twenty. I'm Rudolph I am your host. SPIGA cue from the outskirts of Austria's lovely capital Vienna. and. I'm really happy to have you back for today's new episode. The episode which runs under the title academic is Terrorism quite interesting and our guest today is Henrik Bogdan Professor at the University of Edinburgh in Sweden. Right and before we go to speak with him, of course. And next to saying hello to you and thank you for returning to the podcast. I would like to give you a few little information's not been today, and you'll be happy that we advance quickly I'm sure. First of all, of course, I need to say that again, please go to the thermes website that's www source hermes dot com. D. H. O. T. H. E. R. M. E. S.. Dot Com. Because, that's where you can find all information that you might need about our guests about all the other episodes that have already been on this show. It's quite a big number already now. and. Well. I hope that you will go there and also see little bits and crazy about the music that played out the artists there because as you know more and more artists, send me their music. And they our listeners of podcast and their music he's also creating new ambiance for his post. Also today a little more about that in one minute. So go there and as I said, not only you have to show roads and all that but you also can give me feedback from the website. There is a contact forum which some of us there is, of course, also the voicemail that hardly everyone anyone who's this, but sometimes I get voice bill would be lovely to hear your voice is still from time to time. So do sent me a voice mail from the.

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Self-driving industry takes to the highway after robotaxi failure

Techmeme Ride Home

03:17 min | 2 years ago

Self-driving industry takes to the highway after robotaxi failure

"Today. The Financial Times has an interesting piece up. That's getting at something. That I've sort of been saying all along about Anamika vehicles? If you can already give me autonomy on the highway. Why not just give that to me now? I mean we have heard some of the reasons why companies like Waymo decided they needed to go all the way to level five autonomy, but according to the Financial Times some in the self-driving industry are now gravitating towards. Only autonomy as the whole dream of the go anywhere fleet of autonomous taxis continues to be a dream deferred. Quoting the These sector is experiencing autonomous. Disillusionment says Prescott Watson. Principal at many mobility and early stage venture capital firm now quote the pitches robot taxes are a pipe dream, but let's take this technology and do something more lucrative he adds. Investors are still interested in autonomy, but the focus has shifted towards practical services such as grocery delivery, automated warehouse, robots and autonomous functions restricted to highways, the concept of highway, only autonomy is currently capturing the attention of the industry, instead of trying to solve the myriad challenges of go anywhere rogue taxis engineers could focus on making it work on just highways to begin with autonomous vehicle. Start Up, C. Promise in America's trucking sector and eight hundred billion dollar market handicapped by driver shortages and rules that are limiting working shifts to eleven hours Mackenzie. The consultancy has projected that full autonomy will not be commercially ready trucks until two, thousand, twenty seven, but the likes of two simple plus that. Kodiak robotics and embark went to accelerate that timeline by narrowing their focus too monotonous stretches of road. One idea is to build transfer hubs near the highway in which a truck driver would carry free a few miles to the hub than swapped the freight to an autonomous truck that would drive hours on the highway to the next hub where another driver would be waiting the other big area for highway. Only autonomy is for passenger cars just a few years ago, this idea made little economic sense in two thousand fourteen. The cost of laser powered sensors known as lighter which most experts see as critical of for developing autonomous vehicles were seventy five thousand dollars apiece self-driving. self-driving prototypes were often equipped with several of them, placing them well beyond the reach of even luxury buyers, but have since collapsed with some light are group's including Valentine. Eva and aluminum are partnering with Carmakers to build units at scale for less than a thousand dollars. Each Alex Partner's consultantcy estimates that a fully autonomous hardware stack comprising lighter cameras, sensors, radar and electronics will cost as little as seven thousand dollars by two thousand, twenty five, that opens the possibility that individual car owners could soon purchase vehicles that would drive themselves. Tesla has long promised full autonomy in two thousand twenty, and among legacy carmakers Volvo has said it plans to offer is off hands off. For Highways by twenty twenty two pending approval from regulators. If we can solve the highway problem, which is quite narrow versus robot taxis, we can create tremendous user value says Henrik Green, Volvos Technology chief and.

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Flyers extend win streak to 6 with 5-3 win over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Flyers extend win streak to 6 with 5-3 win over Rangers

"The Philadelphia flyers won their sixth straight game by beating York Rangers five to three Philly wasted no time in spoiling Henrik Lundquist first start the Rangers call since February third Matt Niskanen scored on a power play less than two minutes into the game Sean couturier added another power play goal nearly ten minutes later well Michael Raffl shorthanded goal give the flyers a three nothing lead by the end of the first period the crew to five one after two goalie Carter Hart made twenty three saves for his eighth win in his last nine starts all three Rangers goals came on the power play time Merriam New York

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Ford Names New Chief Operating Officer in Leadership Shake-Up

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Ford Names New Chief Operating Officer in Leadership Shake-Up

"Ford's now announce automotive president Joe Henrik soul retire effective March first the company's president of new business and strategy Jim Farley will become chief operating officer in charge of global markets and automotive operations and product development chief how Thai Tang will take on an expanded role for products services and customer

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Ford top automotive executive retires in management shake-up

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Ford top automotive executive retires in management shake-up

"For the nonce the management shake up following a poor fourth quarter financial performance CEO Jim Hackett says the company fell short of expectations for the year and do you blame the performance largely on the botched launch of the new Ford explorer SUV Ford's now announce automotive president Joe Henrik soul retire effective March first the company's president of new business and strategy Jim Farley will become chief operating officer in charge of global markets and automotive operations and product development chief how Thai Tang will take on an expanded role for products services and customer

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"henrik" Discussed on PerfBytes

PerfBytes

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"henrik" Discussed on PerfBytes

"We oviously. We put the HETERO nation Ex. All the load testing tools is but we create automatically configuration. So we go to jury say A. Do you have those roles. Yo you don't. I'm going to create them and then say a gun is race. The traffic there will be marked as neo load. Don't name it with the the euro anymore named with transaction name a username use scenario name gay transaction name. And then you reel and that comes back into nilode. Now you can correlate so now for the monitoring perspective the way we do it. I don't know whose family with as much of dancers but the tagging and not tagging like from a front end h inside that is yeah. Yeah so the the way it works. Can you is based on tags. So tests for example picking application call customer there a US accustomed by then I. I will only see the services that are marked as Customer Indiana. Juries want to collect metrics on there. Then it'll be quite restrained because if I do I just see the Front Essex okay. What happened in the back in so what Nilode is doing? He's taking advantage of the smart scape so smart scape. WHO's the and tired apology of the epics is actually has really awesome visual render it so yeah so I start with a service ache? This is my service customer on testing. Hit Gimme the depends odor dependency. And they'll gay this service. Give me the dependency and then we're going down down down down until the bottom and then it's okay now. I know no the the flow off services and now I'm going to look at the process and then we go to process with the same thing and I and we host the same thing. Yeah and once we have this entire your picture we say okay nitrates now mark that has Niilo tax tag it all take it all happened is that you can collect all the monitoring of all the stack so then you have everything. That's what you get at the end of four days with Brian. Wilson Wilson. Brian Wilson pure performance to hi. I'm Brian. It's nice to meet you Brian. This is Henrik that performance chef. Yes yes he he was just talking about putting Niilo tags everywhere in a smart scape specific to a load test. I say that right. We saw that in the hot day. Yep Yeah but everyone hardware mentioning anybody. Who's there but also acknowledging all the hard work he and rob put into? Put It in session together. Yeah it was funny because just just one hour two hours. Are they realize that 'cause we in yellow. There's a notion of big tokens. If and instead of putting in a server they print out the token on on on a she card and the card so I would assume that the students typing this token token a way to get him on the machines all right except one guy one unfortunate person jumped ahead a little the US and when it went to go the password for on the carpet. It's password then had the password in the Tokyo with the space so there was no. It didn't say token colon so at this poor person type the entire token out and I didn't take I think he disagrees with the password dots across the street. Early you type in the Spurs. I'm sorry sorry. That was not supposed literal translation of what to do. Yeah awesome so since you were involved with hot day as well. Is there anything particular. Let's sticks out in terms of nilode diner traits working together that you're like that is really cool. Yeah absolutely you know what I what I left my real world job. I was doing performance testing and I was using the the old tool the old man. You're you're old. You're old are good old load runner and we were pretty at at that point. I was done with that tool They haven't innovated hadn't done anything at all and it was like. This was two thousand nine ten. We're looking for a new cable and I left before and we didn't end up getting along with the dinosaurs seeing where neo. This is now a nilode all all the innovation that you're breaking into it for small you know reinforces this idea like you can actually still innovate with the tool. How long is neil been around for like served? The anniversary in this year is fifteen years right so fifteen years and still innovative still really cool things which ends you can still do it. But I also look look at what's going on now in the capabilities and the ways you can do this continuous low testing although. I never want to have to go back to doing that if I did. I think it's a really exciting time to do that. Because with all the automation pieces you could add with the auto analysis with the quality gates right and the integrations of taking the data from like Neil though populated the Deiontrez back and forth. Just all the things that you can make the tools do with each other. Right is is awesome and exciting and it takes you out of the are going to spend as you talking in the classes. I got four. We told the project management team. We need a at least a month and a half to get check off her old scripts. Yes right. The new scripts run the tests. Do the analysis of all time against you. You have a week and a half which which means you'll have you'll have exact that's and that's a week worth of scripting that just frustrating strating as yeah. Yeah and then like two days worth of one test run a CD analysis owes the worst too and also the fact that it would fail. Let's say you're in a crunch and you run protest like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go to bed. Run the Tesla check in the morning and then you go get ready for bed and I suddenly got an alert on my phone because the problem. Yeah and something was wrong with the test are. I'll stay up another ten minutes. See if there's something I did. Maybe you know you're going to get that immediate feedback by developers are supposed to get with pushing their code extending that to the testing teams is is just quite amazing wonderful work. You've done integrating in that because yes you can do with all the API but we were not in the business of building the I mean building the EPA decorations and all that so we tell customers. Well Yeah you can do this. And there's some working took great learning experience for you but the reality is when our testers going to have the time. Yes they need to learn lottery yes they know but in reality. It's GonNa take a long time if you can get something out of the box. That's going to do this. Some people are never going to invest in even the time to or might be down the road and of course then you can take a look at okay. What were they doing under the hood? And I'm sure they would have the ability to modify that in. If they see things they want to differently they can have some of the pieces. But it's a starting block. I I will. I will give you my experience just as a diy guy 'cause you know in my heart break and letting runner go up to the great load testings place in the Sky I've been doing diy. I stuff between J meter or just even command line scripting stuff curl stuff python stuff some of the new stuff. I mean it's all dabbling and then piece it to looking back on my last number of years of all the cool stuff. I built a integrate with Don. And whatever I'm with you I'm like I'm I'm not going to start a new job. Without like eight Dina Trace Neil load. Combo guys are lucky you two full time employees. It would be a donald trump. I'll find the give me your ideal customers where I should just go to work. I think the customer employer might be watching. That's not happening anytime soon. Yeah but it is. The innovations are so compelling. It's like I would just would never tried to do this peer. Diy play again the doing stuff together. It goes back to the same place when when you when you see the popularity of Cooper Daddy's when you see the popularity of open shift right when we started down the container path This is when the devops started coming in and there were not existing tools that can do all these things so everyone started. Diy and like crazy things out of this group to related out of the screw open ship out of the screw these other things and other. Now it's like you don't have to although you might want to get the street credibility.

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Krejci has goal, assist for Bruins in 3-2 win over Vegas

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Krejci has goal, assist for Bruins in 3-2 win over Vegas

"David great she's like coal carried the Bruins past the golden knights for three to two win great you scored on a rebound into a mostly empty net for the game winning goal with seven forty two remaining Jeremy Lauzon tidy the two for the Bruins at four twenty six of the third after Nicholas takes first NHL goal for biggest made it to the one midway through the second Yaroslava lock made twenty seven saves in the Bruins second win in three games Marc Andre Fleury stop thirty four shots but couldn't break a tie with the Rangers Henrik Lundquist for fifth place on the NHL's all time goaltender wins list given Coolbaugh Boston

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U.S. stocks shrug off trade deal concerns, close higher

CNBC's Fast Money

05:44 min | 2 years ago

U.S. stocks shrug off trade deal concerns, close higher

"It is the record rally that just keeps on running stocks touching new all time highs again today but our next guest says you should probably enjoy the good times while they last because they won't offspring and northbound traders spent Henrik who stayed up late for US overseas then and we do appreciate it. I mean you and I have talked a lot about this worldwide exchange of the programs. This is as the market whether you want to call it the Fed steroid or whatever it might be. Just won't quit anything in the charge that you see that indicate to you. This thing is about ready to roll over not about my charter. Actually on on massive sell but the liquidity momentum is extremely strong. And it's it's like the Fed has been playing secret Santa all year long handing out gifts of asset price inflation and the big issue for me is what I what I see here in the macro context first of all is to say that two thousand nineteen has been read revelation Central banks cannot extract themselves from the monetary easing being monstrosity. They've created two thousand. Eighteen was the only year since the financial crisis with central banks actually reduced liquidity on the net basis and immediately blew up in everybody's face and so two solution in two thousand nineteen was go right back into adding liquidity with obviously global rate cuts everywhere aware and then the addition of Qe and not itself. So we're we're basically stock where we're exiting this decade the same way we entered it kicking and screaming with trillion dollar deficits massive central bank intervention load to negative rates. And absolutely no iota of vision on how we're are ever going to raise rates again or reduce balance-sheets because they all going into twenty twenty just pressing the pedal to the metal. So the question is what's the endgame amy old admittedly and and what we see is there's no bull market without central bank intervention and that's the big challenge for the for the next decade but there there is central bank intervention. So I I assume the bull market could keep going. I mean it's hard to believe spend but twenty years ago. I was in this building reporting on sort of the Nasdaq boom in the Internet. Boom is there anything anything when you look at the charts and not trying to spook anybody here but when you look in the charts. Is there anything technically or in the policy construct or whatever that resembles ninety nine. Well actually. This is really interesting. What's happening this year? Keep in mind. When when the Fed we have to divide the year into two parts the the first nine months and the last three months the first nine months was all about you know ending? The quantitative tightening and Unin became about rate cuts to cut defense out of cut rates three times seventy five basis points but then. Everything changed in October. When the Fed was forced to respond to the overnight rate issue the the report crisis in September and basically in October the Fed went wild they're adding balance-sheet and liquidity? At a rate we've not seen since the two thousand nine in crisis so basically acting like this big crisis underneath what's happening with all this liquidity. It's it's accelerated markets higher and brought a lot of sectors stop were struggling beforehand. What's really interesting here is that this is Kinda the same as construct We saw nine hundred ninety nine. Remember nine thousand nine hundred eight. We had a a twenty percent. Correction the Fed. Cut Seventy five basis points. We had the big rally in one thousand nine hundred nine but it didn't really kick off until until Alan Greenspan span came in late in the year of nineteen ninety nine and added a bunch of liquidity in anticipation of the White UK crisis and that lifted markets of dramatically and then ended up topping in March of two thousand the extended all this liquidity added. Here is artificial and has to be pulled back back. Markets maybe overshooting real quick though. Is this inflation. Or we having reflation trade or we having ultimately setting up for deflation sounds to me like a bubble that bursts that still gets us back to deflation even though always going higher copper is going higher etc.. You know it's interesting I. I'm looking at some big structural charts like gold gold as a big bowl flag on it. Petit has a bull flag on it. And if you look at a actually the the rate action here in in Q.. Four it hasn't confirmed this rally at all in bear flag so we've yet to see the Rian flation evidence in terms of the Bond Market Henrik north man trader raiders spend. We have pre. Listen I. It's been you've been strong and on this market. I know it's been a tough market if you've been short but you've you've come out and you've been honest about the calls and and where you feel about it so it's been Henrik. We do appreciate you coming on. Thanks for staying late overseas. We'll see again appreciate that. Thanks Brian. Listen guys I think spend take some heat because they'll say I'm negative. Negative given the market has gone up. But what he's saying is if and win the Fed ever pulls back Right at this market is going to. That's is exactly right. And his point that central banks tried to do that in two thousand eighteen and it led to twenty nine. Thousand nine is a scary tale. It's just it's a cautionary because eventually we are going to get back where we have to removed that liquid it is. It is interesting that when you start to see what everyone's judging this on rates and rates alone start to look at balance sheets where qt was ineffective. The same result is raising rates at every meeting and now Q. E. adding in the same results as cutting so they're not doing anything to rates. They're actually cutting rates by proxy through through their people people. Come up they probably come to you guys all the time and they say why isn't impeachment affecting the market you know why because impeachment whoever's in sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue you can't compete with a trillion dollars in central bank liquidity.

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"henrik" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"henrik" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With Phil Mickelson and Henrik Stenson were on the right side of the draw when they had that incredible tool on Sunday there was half the field that was eliminated because they caught the worst of the weather on Thursday and Friday this year I don't think there's a definitive advantage but I do believe there is a slight advantage for teeing off late on Thursday and early on Friday but for the most part there's going to be rain and wind all day on Thursday it looks like it will calm down a little bit later in the afternoon and that's why I say maybe a slight advantage to those that are teeing off late Thursday and early Friday not a lot of wind on Friday probably a little more rain the it's really back and forth as far as the weather we're gonna get wind of the neighborhood of fifteen miles an hour here when they tee off in a couple of hours and then it dies down for Friday and Saturday and then win begin maybe in the neighborhood of eighteen miles an hour on Sunday that could all change because were are right on the coast here the Irish Sea in Northern Ireland but it looks like the changes in the weather the rain the wind are going to make for a very exciting championship from handicapping standpoint I don't think there's a ton of advantage as far as the draw mark I've got Brady for another ten minutes after we let you go on about three four minutes so any questions you want to ask Brady cannon is as far as the open which again will tee off and just a little less than two hours hi you've got the floor the SQ Brady your much like the breeders Cup when when the all the best horses in the world get together for the breeders Cup when you find at the British open.

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"henrik" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:19 min | 3 years ago

"henrik" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Hundred as from Henrik Lundqvist that's four wins and five games for the Rangers at four losses in five four the devils. College basketball uconn, lost to UCF Seventy-three, sixty seven Manhattan top Fairfield by thirteen I felt embarrassed by four rider was eight better than Saint Peter's. Monmouth one by eleven against CNN, the AC FDU got past LSU by three losses for both Wagner and Saint Francis. Of Brooklyn with reports every twenty minutes, I'm Harris, Allen, WFAN twenty twenty sports. This is Joe beningo. Join me and Evan Roberts today. The final football Friday of the years. We get ready for Super Bowl fifty three. Call backs will join us in his regular weekly spot. We'll also have Kim Jones back with us. We'll talk football, of course, Super Bowl and other things would also have prediction for the big game coming up on Sunday and other surprises as well. But ain't going Roberts ten to one on the fan. Sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York. Folks. One forty three here on this Friday morning JJ after the chances again you to the overnight right here on the fan. And I gotta admit if the laws Fangio's Lakers, the Boston Celtics made deal like this. I'd have a lot more confidence that they're going to land a big ticket item. Why because those are two franchises that usually get who they want. The Lakers always get who they want the Celtics over time have found those players. They've always been a step ahead. Correct. Me if I'm wrong. The Knicks have not. Before I'm supposed to say without a doubt. I give this front office. I give everybody in charge. That belief that they're gonna land to max players. When's the last time this franchise brought in a real free agent is substance? Don't tell me more astonishing was fourth or fifth that year. He gave you one half year. It's been flop after flop B minus f to see plus, and that's how you have seventeen or eighteen years of purgatory. So, yeah, I'll be honest. I'm not a Nick fan that's overly confident that Durant and having a walk into that door over happens, but not overly Catherine. But sent to Newark, New Jersey, speaking of regulations on could tell Alex up next on the fan. Hello, alex. JJ on on the pleasure. First of all that God as all delivers forgot Jolyon from from the Bronx from Ireland. But you nailed it. You nailed all the callers. It's a phenomenal. It's an absolutely phenomenal. I first of all I'm hearing some rumbling. Cory Booker might make announcement to run for president. Newark. I hope he does it from the beautiful backdrop Penn station, then a little celebration of Grammercy park like the good old days with Lebanon Cooper that asked me Getty. But without me more Getty are the knickerbockers the elite knickebocker, I love it. JJ and I'm going to get into my team in a minute. And you know, I'm no fan of the next. But the thing is now that the clippers have stabilized while that you have the Cleveland Browns Kurdish savant boy Baker magic, boomer sooner how stabilized the New York Knicks the elite New York Knicks are the biggest embarrassment and professional sports. Not enough. Because the fact the Browns now have a plan and have hope and they were that team for years. Don't get me wrong. The Browns were number one on that list. No questions asked. Now, you gotta look around sports. I mean, let's be fair. Who right now is a bigger laughing stock than the Knicks. And that's why you chest point your plan to be away in a prayer that you're going to land to free agents. Here's the question. I'm going to have why would Kevin Durant? Why would carry Irving why would whoever wanna come here? Well, and here's the thing. And if you ask the Lee. The New York Knicks fan who thinks of course, regarding is the greatest America, and I'm talking about corporate bubble crash Anthony, aka fat Greek who all think, it's the greatest place in the world, New York steady. Let me tell you something people are running to play any well, but after mecca. The world's most famous famous for what? Alex over the last eighteen years, it's famous for other players put on a show at the New York Knicks expense. That's what it's been famous for fair on fail. Whether it's James horn a couple of weeks ago Kobe Bryant for sixty or Braun and all his moments of brilliance over the years until the Knicks have players. Yeah. It's just the owner of Madison Square Garden way, you say, you know, what a come here once or twice a year put on a show once or twice a year at the end of the day, Alex. It's always about winning at a Nick seven had a winning culture. The Knicks have not had a winning organization, and what did you see how this trade works out one or two ways it will work out where they are back on the map they landed two big free agents, and we move forward and it back or we're going to look at these trade, and they're gonna end up with more of the same. And you know, we'll say same. All Knicks, my friend symbol Knicks. Well, and here again, and here's the thing is, you know, I talk about the over inflation from the Knicks or the greatest he's very good. And I think it's going gonna be phenomenal. But the greater the franchise better than you name. It any other player in the NBA. They would have their argument that third thing or what's the greatest. Well, guess what their greatest just one? Just went out in the trash in the garbage. And that's embarrassing. That's absolutely balancing. And the team. I report let me tell you something. And I'm sure you check the box for today. And you owe me an apology. You said they were not a week. And I know what was good for your wallet my two elite. And here's one thing. I can guarantee you they will not go in a salary dump JJ. No, you're right about that. Listen would make fence couple of days ago, telling you porzingas, Ben and Joel Embiid right now, he's not and beat is an all-star. The Sixers go on the road to Golden State beat the warriors Dulles in a cone state team that did not have Klay Thompson. But still it's a warriors team that won ten eleven games in a row. Simmons was magnificent down the stretch Goodwin for your boys. Alex, listen by what I said. I don't think they've been in a Milwaukee. I don't think they're better than Toronto. I don't think they've been in the Boston Celtics. But you know, what Alex you at the very least can look at your franchise and say, you know, what we have cornerstones we have building blocks we? In the playoffs and won around last year. We hope to do that again this year. The Knicks Diana have that as the fabric as opponent their culture. And you're absolutely right. There's no way in the world. We'd be talking about Embiid. A Simmons being traded unless the storms coming back. They will not be getting moved in a salary dump. That is true. Here's the family say two quick things. And I'll let you get on your join calling first of all be careful about the NBA draft. And we all know that you know, you look just look at the job. Poor thing is worth it. It's pretty much a winter with guys that no longer practically belong in the NBA draft. So that's the first thing you, very careful about that. And you're absolutely correct. Reached my team to a plan and they saw through but who is gonna wanna go play for the team. And now, here's what we gotta hear again from the next step because everything's over is now, it's the summer of two thousand and nineteen people as watching us, and why today the the big analysts and everything. Well, Durant's coming in this one and I call it before. Assistant coach Kevin Durant. Coaches for the New York, New York. I mean, check your, and you know, what Alex Kalma front appreciated his LA's until the Knicks land one of these guys. Nobody could listen to what Alex said and throw cold water on. Because if you're gonna say being a hater, well, here's my caveat to that who has come here. Five hundred. Give me the name. How did that work out? Komo Anthony via trade Stefan marberry via trae. It's been eighteen years garbage. They better hope to big players are coming here. Hope they better pray because otherwise this sort of trade that set you back six seven years is a franchise you end up with two solid players. What's next? You tell me what's next. The brick Brian next on the fan. What's up, Brian? Brian. I'm the well, what's on your mind? All right. So I have a. A question. So what do you what is the best case scenario for resigning se if he was gonna stack the best case scenario that he's going to be an so he for the next five. He was a restricted free agent. Right. So like someone else can offer contract and they'd have to match it. Correct. He also could sonic qualifying offer to. Is out that would be with another team. So he could could chose to go to another team. I understand that. But he could have signed a qualifying offer with the New York Knicks. He's told Dallas already he signing that qualifying offer. I don't know if you saw that he said that. Okay. I'm I'm just I'm curious about like if the Knicks were actually able to keep him because if they weren't able to keep them, then I then I like it because. How you getting rid of Hardaway who's taking Hardaway who's taking Cornelius deal. That's the point right? Listen to this deal for one reason. And one reason, you know, it it's salary cap space day made this deal to go get to max players. So you gave up on an asset. I still think is going to have a very bright future in this league that I very much still believe in and I understand. With the next that's five Brian. I wanted him here. Now, I'll be singing a different tune. Like, I said if it's Durant. If it's if it's wondered, but Brian make no mistake if they don't end up with those players this deal is a monumental flop. Oh, I mean, I agree with that. I'm just saying like what what was your competence? I was hoping that this would be a four more appealing franchise. Wait, the player with the top pick and porzingas being here. Obviously this situation recording porzingas an ex was deteriorating for quite some time. This did not happen overnight. The I did all of a sudden these trade went down and twenty four hours. No, that's nonsense. These trade has been in the works. I think for at least a week maybe a month who the hell knows. And maybe. For both sides will work out for the best. I'm hoping it will I'm hoping net. Porzingis. We'll go somewhere Dallas play with a top notch coach play store. Guard. Crawling have a ton of success. I'm also hoping and praying the Knicks gonna end up with two match players. The only way you can tell me on this deal to max players bust your all in for twenty nineteen and. Yeah. Much like the summer of two thousand ten or the summer, whatever maybe fourteen fifteen here, we go again. Let's hope it goes a lot differently. What fifty four here on this Friday morning? It's JJ after dark chassis Stransky. Dan, utility overnight right here on the fan. You'll reactions across the board with the porzingas to Dallas move free cash Spacey. Like, it you hate it you somewhere in between more reaction right after.

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