30 Burst results for "Hobie"
NHL-leading Maple Leafs beat Oilers 6-1 for 3-game sweep
"Total held Oilers captain Connor McDavid pointless for the third straight game up to believe something between six one the bugs blew the game open in the second period scoring three goals on five shots of the four minute five second span getting a pair of goals from twenty sixteen Hobie Baker award winner Jimmy V. C. like mated but for Jason Spencer chipped in with three assists Ryan Nugent Hopkins was the only oiler to score in the series he beat Frederick Anderson who made twenty six saves in the victory I'm John other pick
How Philly Learned To Love Kobe
"So michael. The year after. Kobe and the lakers beat the sixers in the nba finals. Kobe comes back to philly and he seems excited to try to reconnect with his hometown. Fans the all star game in philadelphia in. It's like a dream come true for kobe. To be home to be an all star to be at the top to be a champion a two time champion. No less at that point going for three in a row. He wore his dad's number. Twenty three throwback jersey imon everything to him and so he knew he was gonna go out there and put on a show in front of his hometown fans at least we thought were hometown fans and he scored thirty one points. One all star game. Mvp tonight with thirty one points. Five rebounds and five assists the star of stars of the greatest players in the world was in two thousand two. Mvp kobe brian hobie is holding the mvp trophy in fans are loudly. Booing him they are blowing him to the point where they wanted him to know how much they disliked him and he was crushed. Mona's are on our is out there trying to play and have a good time. Also i heard talked to people who said that after the gain at kobe had to be consoled because he has such a deep affection and love of philadelphia and appreciation for philadelphia. He knows that everything that he is a basketball player because of philadelphia and he wanted to give philadelphia to show any did and i think for the rest of his career. It always deng. He was rejected in the most public way possible. And despite it all you know koby really did love philly. Even when philly didn't love him back yeah he did because he's still have family here he's still came back so something he never deny you know. We still have the eagles when they won the super bowl years ago. You know he cried tears of joy mark in the last public Images of him. When last time. He's out publicly at a basketball game. In the lakers game. He was rocking a of eagles. Nick calf he loved this place. And i think it meant a lot that in his final game in philadelphia with the lakers. He got cheered six where he won the title. In ninety ninety six number twenty four hobie made the announcement that that was going to be his last season before he played his final home game until serbia in everyone will say. It's not a coincidence. You know because. I think that you know he knew. His journey for basketball began with philadelphia in that. If he could start this. This retirement tour there. I think it meant a lot to him. Make that announcement and The fans really responded that night. They gave him kobe chance. He got a standing ovation. And you can just see us really choked up you know. He beat his chest and like blew a kiss to the crowd. Because i think it meant the world him it took twenty years. It took twenty years to happen but the philly fans finally gave him the love that he really just hoped could be requested.
A look at leaf shine products, and how to clean leaves
"I wanted to get to the bottom of the league. Shine business and joining me to help answer. This question is larry hodgson aka the laid back gardner and the first question to tackle is. What's actually in that. Can of leave. Sean as you never know because if you look in the label it won't tell you. However it contains various products it could be silicone it could be different oils and no one really knows what's in you could check it out. You could contact the company and they probably give you the information. But essentially it's a shiny coating that is applied over top of the leaf larry's right really hard to find out exactly. Walt is in. That can spray bottle of leaf shine. Done some digging and looked at various product sheets for different leaf shine brands and is not a lot of illumination to be had there some of them list various things like nap though which is a solvent of petroleum based solvent some of the products list butane. Because i think that's what's used as propellant for the air assault while another listed it's active ingredient as peanin. What's that well. It's a chemical found in the essential oil get from pine trees and one type of pinning is the main component of up until and other than that is just vague references to mineral oils and waxes and very little specific information about the ingredients. Adid find a recipe for a leaf shine. Spray in a book called practical formulas for hobie or prophet by henry goldschmidt. This came out in one thousand nine seventy three and it lists the ingredients as vp slashing. Va one dash five three five three to five percent. Carbon wax fifteen hundred at point two zero two point three five percent. I say pro panel at thirty one to twenty nine percent and propellants sixty five percent. So obviously that's roughly what we're talking about here. How long have these leaf shines bid around. Well i couldn't find an enormous amount of information on the history of lee shine sprays. But i did find a book dating from nineteen thirty three called the chemical formula re by harry bennett and eat dade list recipe for relief. Shine spray then which didn't sound that much different from the ones we use today so so they've obviously been around for at least well ninety years and probably a bit longer so could leaf shine. Help our plants. I was larry. No it's not gonna be good. It's not going to be good for several reasons. The most office ones courses many leaves have still not on the top and the bottom and if you spray on the top of the leaf you're blocking their breaking to is how how they breathe so yes. It reminds us d'amato tomato if you prefer. Is the breathing holes of the plant and if he spray something onto the leaf. That's going to block those holes. Well that's going reduce the amount of gas exchange. That is able to do so. You're keeping the plot from breathing correctly. So that's not going to be good also some of these not all of them. Some of the make more sticky pickup dust. And that'll block the plaza's well cut off night. And if you have cats for example of homer or dogs that shed it'll make these covered in for just not good either one thing people don't think about though is that if the leaf is shiny extra shawny abnormally shiny is actually reflecting. It's not absorbing light. So you're cutting back on the light that the plant gets and that's a major one now only are Decreases up by a small amount but still most plants indoors just barely enough to survive. You don't want to block the light. They tend to them. So that's three different reasons. They're not such a good thing. Yeah i don't know about you. But i really don't fancy having wolfe's we will shed very much. But i still don't want his hairs sticking to my arrowhead leaves. It's not a good look at that point about reflecting light. Well that's a really good one. That i hadn't thought of. Yeah every little drop of light counts when you're indoors where light levels are so much lower so by spraying on leaf shine. You might actually be juicing your chances of optimizing photosynthesis
The American Dream Daughter: A Conversation With Author Karla Cornejo Villavicencio
"When carla was one and a half years old. Her parents left her in their native ecuador in the care of family members while they emigrated to new york city the plan was they would work for one year to save up enough money to pay off their debt and then they'd come home but barely making ends meet. One year turned into four so they decided to have god led join them in their new home. She was just about to five years old growing up away from her. Parents would ever permanent effect on carla and shape her and her work to this very day therapist. After therapist told me i had attachment issues and that my mental illness related to my childhood. God is a dhaka recipient and at least on paper. She's the realization of the american dream for immigrant parents. She went to harvard now. She's pursuing a phd at yale but the constant pressure to be the perfect high-achieving hardworking child has oftentimes been a mental health nightmare. For god. Laugh once you hear your parents come home and their body is wrecked at the end of the day. And you know they've earned like little very little money and they look at you and they say i do this for you. You can't forget that for the rest of your life and you're bound to them. As down with god led to talk about intergenerational wounds mental health in the latino community and how we can take care of each other. God-like gordon hobie abby. Sense your to latino say thank you for having me. So you're writing this book as an immigrant with no you know essentially legal status. Was it difficult to harness your feelings while you were writing this book. Yeah there's just ways of describing my anger about the notions of citizenship and deserving this and privilege one of the original introductions was this fantasy that i've had since i was a little girl which was A hostage situation at a bank and all of the hostages were way blond. Children women cops firefighters people who are deemed innocent and heroes. And i walk into the bank and i'm undocumented and somehow even though i have no idea how to hold a gun i'm able to like russell begun out of the terrorist hands. Shoot the terrorist in the knees or somewhere. That's like not gonna kill him. Because i want to kill him in the hostages. Go out like they're all freed. And i'm wearing a slip because i also wanna look beautiful right which is also like a reference to two thousand six immigration marches where we all had to wear way. Then i walk out. And it's like swat teams are there and like everyone's there and of course isis there to arrest me because i'm the foreigner in my hair's in the breeze and everyone takes my photo and i'm like on the front cover of every national newspaper and i get my citizenship. That's that was my fantasy. Ever since i was a kid. That's how i got my citizenship. God it's like you have to do extraordinary acts of the hollywood magic and then you are rewarded your citizenship. I guess i'm stuck on the fact that you were having fantasies like this as a child. And i just wanna take a moment for people to think about that while other little kids are thinking about who knows there are undocumented children in this country who dream and have fantasies about somehow some miraculous situation that gives them the thing that your child takes for granted every day it's really burdensome to have to perform goodness and innocence and perfection And i know that as a kid who are as a person now is a thirty year old woman who is on the outside on paper such a poster child for the american dream. And i've never performed it. But it's so imposed on me and i described my own complex feelings about it in the buck. Like i really drank the kool aid of sociability. Very early on when i was a child and became fixated on accomplishment and success and being able to win day retire. My parents even now Am fully aware and very self aware of the intergenerational trauma issues in our community and in my own family and everything. But i still don't think i i know who i am as a person outside of the way. My personal accomplishments can result in the alleviation of pain for my parents and the documented community. If you were to take that away from me. I don't know who i am as a person and i think that's true for a lot of children of immigrants who have become successful.
"hobie" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"It was expected that would be one but I thought it was actually pretty smart a the best puppeteers don't use string and that was a great line. Streets. The best puppeteers never use streams kingpin is the redeeming thing about this episode of it's like it's like when you go and. Rita. Batman. Comic and at the end, it's like Oh baton Batman knew the whole time. Yes cool. Awesome. It was all part of the plan. It was awesome for the first minute of the twist, and then it lasted for what felt like a three minute monologue. kind of went on a little long there. He was really rubbing hoagies knows in it. When you're a winner, you get to do what you want. It's a pretty good plan by kingpin gotTa say. Kingpin. Probably. Knew. That's why he was like Oh. Do you want like gold joint like jewel like mean yeah. He probably knew all along men. You think about this there's zero chance that that guy walked into kingpin's office. Kingpin knowing his whole story already with is elite hacking skills. Knows his hack anymore. Oh, come on. He does. Kingpin does actually. Well. That takes us to our final act. X Seven. Last twist. Distraught turned to the one place. He would provide lightest darkest hour the.
"hobie" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"He can't hurt anyone else. There are plenty of people hurt at a bridge absolutely also, he was hurt emotionally on a bridge. So. No one else but me. Heard Yeah. The whole fight between him and prowlers. Thirty seconds at most currently on point for this series were any new person showing up could beat the tar out of Spiderman the first time they fight yeah of. Hundred percent of the prowler goes and does the FUCKING POWER STANDS Out. Shoving Spiderman off of the bridge. They're fucking walkout just like in the breeze. rock-hard. Man When you can to fight with sweaty ball sticks to your leg. You need to shake that shit out Paulo Dance I. Get it Kevin He's like, I'm amazing. They make a point of cutting to Peter being like, yeah. I almost didn't get out of it and it's just him breaking the web like. It's such a waste like maybe he could come up with a cool way. No, it's just like, oh, I broke free by. This. Break free. That bit was so lame that I started to write stuff about it and then just deleted it because I'm like fuck it I don't want talk it. Leaves well, I mean I have a thing for it. I said, well, shockingly Spiderman was able to break free weight. No. The other thing. Shockingly. Yes. He just he just flexes a Bit Nets Five. Visit Angela they're just like show her how amazing is fully tour..
"hobie" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"As. A, podcast. I expected when Hobie and the other walked into the base that Iceberg Ruby like he's missed by Christmas. Thanks. said. He makes a lot like Eh Jack Frost from the Stop Motion One. Does. But he's got a great voice. That's the one leg redeeming quality of this shithole character. An Iceberg. Is played here by Lawrence a Manley who's kind of a TV character actor Watt. A little parts but I probably only really recognized him as a Larry the owner and manager amongst diner in Seinfeld. Yeah kind of an irregular guest appearance on that show. But whenever. Whenever. They had to talk to the manager of the Cook or whatever it was him. Oh Yeah. Yeah. It's gravelly but still kinda higher pitched yet he moves around a lot. It's it's I like it. Kind of fucks it up later. But yeah, Dude Work for you pull that highest off smooth is is the speaking of fuck ups. The number of times they say power in this God damn episode like that's your drinking game for this. Like and yes, there will be a super cat. Because fucking ridiculous. The number of times they say, the word power power power power power power power power yes. Power Power Power Power Power. The only power that means anything to me now is my own power over myself. Power Power Control Power two, hundred times. Damn you'd terrence. Taylor. This guy who only wrote like Sherlock Holmes in the twenty, th century or whatever the. In the twenty second century SUCCO. I don't even think that was the theme. At is that is randomly something like that. No, it's one hundred percent this the theme listen. If someone could write against the way you're singing it maybe over a little bit better. Didn't.
"hobie" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"Brown was a small time thug with a big time you go. Out. Himself working for crime boss named iceberg. When he double cross that Chile mafioso he was about to be put on ice for good. Lord. One crafty maneuver he gave his would be fastened the slip. made it out of there with their ice rate tech and his life. It's GONNA get. Weird? Whatever. So at the beginning of the scene hoagies going narrating and he goes and says the I thought was right. But as soon as he says that he presses this brick that the entrance to the secret. The layer and I'm dislike. I made the choice I thought was right I built a secret entrance in a meat warehouse. Pretty Cool A. So Hobie says that icebergs jeans were tinkered with. And clearly, they enhanced the Pun gene because all this guy talks is in ice euphemisms. It's pretty brutal. Yeah. I think if there were drinking jeans, it was actually cloning because this guy is just a blatant rip off of Mr Freeze Yeah like a complete fucking rip off. He lives in an ice locker with goons and Parkas an over reliance on ice related puns like you're saying freeze rays it's all there and he does not exist in the comics. This is us to rip up like why and yeah and it's sort of like you could have come up with any gangster like, okay yet to be superpower to justify the suit ultimately but. I thought it was GONNA be Tombstone. Yeah. Would have made sense to be tombstone because basically isn't icy version of tombstone. Yeah and what's his name is pretty much out of the business as a child. Silverman. So who's GonNa be working for now, but there's so many different characters especially in like the mogia that they they have been hammerhead again, they could've like so many people but they decided to make this original character and the best they can come up with. Was Iceberg. And he has ice powers is the ice powers and might be a target area because he's got the purple is, but he also has a fucking like the haircut at white kid had a or play in Khim play. Those fucking sideburns you could breed them there. So long that haircut says, he wants to see your manager it's a real care and number. It's offensive. Now, Kevin Yeah all the Cairns are offended a come at me. You don't want that. We'll be shut down. fucking forty year old woman could stomach this podcast. Your mom listens to it doesn't know she calls us on twitter. That's different. When instagram also forty is a generous. Him Mia..
Organization Expert Declutters 150+ Homes
"My name is Lisa Hobie I live in Seattle. Washington and I was featured on episode three hundred fifty. Three. Yoga teacher cleans up and I'm also in the one hundred side Hustles Book My side. Hustle is as a home organizer I like to say. My superpower is my ability to create beautiful functional, highly personalized spaces for my clients. I got the idea for my hustle kind of like a bolt from the blue during an interview with Chris. Gilo I was at a live taping for Gretchen. Rubin Liz Crafts podcast happier. And of course I was sitting right in the front row because I'm a superfan. And Gretchen interviewed Chris About his book born for this how to find the work you were meant to do. And I had this epiphany. I love decluttering organizing and making things beautiful. It's what I do to play. I lose track of time when I do it. Because I'm so focused, I'm like a dog with a bone plus I twenty five years teaching experience. So at that moment, it dawned on me. People actually pay me for. This skill was featured on the show in December two, thousand seventeen, and since that time. A side Hustle of home, organizing became my full time job. And my full time job of Yoga, teacher Yoga decreased down to a little side. Hustle so in that time I am I worked in a hundred and forty nine homes for a total of one, thousand, eight, hundred and seventy five billable hours. This is pretty much a three year span. and delivered three hundred and fifty two carloads of my clients donations to places like the refugee women's Alliance, where I volunteer, and to the local food banks to goodwill as well as delivering specialized recycling, so things were going great. I was working five days a week. In clients homes, I was booked out weeks in advance with a wait list. And I love my work and then the pandemic hits. And everything changed and I. AM recording this on Day. Ninety of Seattle stay at home order so I'm right in the middle of a lot of uncertainty and change. I would characterize these past three months at home as a time of service and experimentation right away when the pandemic head I knew I wanted to serve my clients because this. Is US super stressful time for everybody so right away. I started teaching Yoga every morning on zoom, and so I went from my group twice a month to teaching seven classes a week. I knew I wanted to serve my organizing clients. And I have been working with clients virtually op zoom throughout the stay at home time. I wrote an e book as a thank you for joining my mail list I rewrote my Introduction ladders. I added online scheduling option I gave a few talks on zoom for a couple of different companies. I wrote and sent out three newsletters to my mailing list as constant contact. So all of this. All of it felt like a pretty steep learning curve actually. Feis I get to someone who's thinking about becoming a home organizer. This is a really good time to do a lot of reading I would read books on organising home design housekeeping habit change. Time Management Paper Management, digital management I actually pretty frequently. Get requests for informational interviews so I have a pdf of my favorite resources. I'm happy to yet email it to anyone who's interested. You can just reach out. I guess the last thing I would say is in this time of. Such huge transition. Happen All I can do is keep offering excellent service to my clients between home, organizing and teaching Yoga and getting donations to people need them and keeping stuff out of the landfill. I feel like I'm living in integrity with my values, and that I'm being of service to people in ways that are easy and enjoyable for me and beneficial for them, so we'll just take breath time.
Steroid drug offers hope amid increases in Coronavirus infections
"As nations grapple with new outbreaks and spiking death tolls from Corona. Virus, a commonly available drug appeared to offer hope that the most seriously ill could have a better chance of survival. The pandemic has forced countries to impose lockdowns and tough restrictions on daily life and travel, but infections have surged as they ease these rules and reopened their economies with no vaccine, available and much still unknown about the virus researchers in England announced the first drug shown to save lives. The DRUG CODEX method zone reduce deaths by thirty five percent in patients who needed? Needed treatment with breathing machines, and by twenty percent in those only needing supplemental oxygen, it did not appear to help less ill patients. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the drug was the biggest breakthrough yet in treating the corona virus and top US, infectious disease expert. Dr Anthony Found. She called it a significant improvement in the available therapeutic options that we have. Britain is making dexter methods zone available to patients on the country's National Health Service the UK. Department of Health said the drug had been approved to treat all hospitalized in nineteen patients requiring oxygen effective immediately, it said the UK had stockpiled enough to treat two hundred thousand patients. It's on almost every pharmacy shelf in every hospital. It's available throughout the world, and it's very cheap, said piece Hobie of Oxford University, one of the leaders of the trial that randomly assigned two thousand, one hundred and four patients to get the drug, and compared them with four thousand, three, hundred twenty one patients, getting only usual care. Since the virus first emerged in China late last year and spread around the globe, the have been more than eight million confirmed cases and more than four hundred and thirty five thousand deaths.
How Herbivore Herds Might Help Permafrost
"Arctic. Permafrost is melting and fast. That's bad news because these frozen soil store billions of tons of carbon. Just waiting to be unleashed. So is there a way to save the permafrost? One team of researchers thinks that may have found a possible solution. Vague animals urban offers animals. That you only plants back in nineteen ninety. Six researchers started an experiment called Pleistocene Park they fenced in about eight square miles of land in northeast Siberia and then they introduce different types of herb avars reindeer horses Moose Bison Sheep and other large critters since then scientists have studied these animals effects on the ecosystem. One outcome is that these large are before help. Keep the ground very cold cooler than it would otherwise be. The snow in winter is important for temperature because it doesn't insulating layer so the air in winter in the highlight juice much cooler than the saw Philip pirata vegetation ecologist at the University of Hamburg. So the idea of this experiment was to introduce a large herbivores and to a quantify the effects on temperature to see if they can actually protect permafrost soils against thawing and this works because The animals trampling to less insulation of soil against the cold air temperatures and results in a cooling effect freezing era of reaches the soil more easily. Priroda and his colleagues realize the significance of this effect so they pulled data from place to seem park as well. As from Sweden. To model what effect urban force could have on permafrost if they lived in large numbers in the the researchers found that even in a worst case scenario some four degrees Celsius global warming. These hobie voice in the model reduced substantially by a one point seven degrees on the average and this leads to a preservation of around eighty percent of the original. Today's permafrost area and with our hobby for effect in the model. So the control run. We found that only fifty percent of the permafrost area would remain by the year. Two hundred hundred so we can say that the effect of the heavy was in the model of lead to a substantial addition of Paraphra so the studies in the journal Scientific Reports. It may seem strange to have herds of horses in cold adapted sheep grazing the Arctic Tundra. But then again. We're living in strange times.
Steemit Chaos: Why Justin Sun and the Community Are at War
"Is Brady Dale Senior reporter at coined desk. Welcome Brady Hey thanks for having me so there's been some craziness in steamy Atlanta this week one or the past couple of weeks actually one is you give a brief overview of the events that happened with steam it and just in. Sun's trying and then we'll dive into the kind of blow by blow sure so On Valentine's Day word came out that Justin sign and try and had bought steam it. Which is the company that runs steam at the APP which is Kinda like the crypto medium sort of with some red at vibes mixed in and they also do a lot of development for the steam blockchain but they don't own the steam blockchain so the the witnesses or the equivalent of minors on steam freaked out about the fact that Justin sign now own steam. It because did have a giant pile of tokens that it had never exercised to control the blockchain before. But they were worried he would and so they did a soft fork to to block those tokens from being able to do anything and that led justin son to beat extremely unhappy and so it looked like there was nothing he could do for a little while but then This past Sunday night or early Monday morning I guess All of a sudden a bunch of new steam witnesses. So there's twenty steam witnesses who governed the blockchain sort of have total power on it. So it's not very distributed in that way. Twenty witnesses were voted in and they were voted in by steam held on a variety of exchanges. Mostly Hobie by Nance and and then a little bit from Polonia cts and so suddenly. This new group of witnesses were voted in. They updated to a new version of the software. The number was twenty. Two point five and And then that allowed Tron to move the steam at Tokens and But then pretty quick but then since then so that was sort of the moment that crypto like really got interested was sort of the empire strikes back moment and in the last thing that's happened is That that the steam community has reorganized themselves in a bunch and have gotten seven of the original sort of grassroots you. Witnesses voted back in which means that it. They can't change the blockchain anymore. But it means that Tron can't hard fork in any way they can they can block Hartford so the two sides are a little bit at stalemate right now. Well this is. This is pretty intense. This is definitely Blockchain more going on one thing I wanted to ask you about is at the very beginning when you talk about. How just in Sun had acquired steam it? You said that seem it. Did Not own the blockchain. So who who then did on the blockchain. We'll know in did you know it's like this is like how blockchain's work. I mean it's a lot like It's a lot like block one's relationship to use right like block. One created the software but then they sort of put a software out in the world and a bunch of people came together to launch the network and block one continues to development on the on the IOS IOS software. But you know the blockchain doesn't have to incorporate it they they typically do they don't have to and you know there's other other people can implement choose there's a there's a blockchain called. Talos which runs a version of the SEO software with some tweaks to it and and other people have done the same thing. So you know it's it's owned by the world owned by the steam
"hobie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I do not usually not I have sales you have say on I used on I have you store Hobie cat so I did I did I have done sailing and and when my wife and I would lean I would go travel we know we have the option to get a sailboat to use we do some sailing I don't own one right you're the view of the two best times of a boat owners life right do you buy it yourself okay yeah I have heard that when you buy it because you're so excited and then when you sell it because you're tired of all the payments right well when you are the only well when you are ceiling and that wind stops to blow you know there you are you know what do you do with no wind you're not going to be moving anywhere that's got to be frustrating I can't imagine doing that on the open sea I think that would be so hot this is a movie says Gary but you don't want to be stuck without a paddle same thing with retirement right what are some options that we have for generating income for in retirement you know keep moving forward with our income not running out like your grandfather did unfortunately I guess I would start with if there's an opportunity to do the work you love work for a company that is great and provides a pension boy wouldn't that be nice if you can find one today yes and if you're with the company and you'll have a few years laughter you know the the potential of having that and have that available for you might make sense to continue on so that you do get that pension and then when you start going beyond that we did mention social security so I had to beat a dead horse but board there's so much plan that goes around social security and soul and so many times people do so little planning when it comes to social security they've talked to a friend or coworker and more we're just taking it sixty two because we don't know what's gonna happen so security and after running these plants or turn a navigator two thousand them I can just say that in some cases it makes sense to take early in some cases it doesn't so it's math we want to do the numbers and see what's fast especially if there's a spouse of a different age or one spouse worked did did a lot of work did most of the income generation and has a large social security and the spouse doesn't so when you look at those two two types of situations you really need to look at the numbers because it can make a huge difference not just for yourself return it but if there's a surviving spouse situation down the road amount of income that they would receive so boy boy that's that's and secondly arrive see thirty five to forty percent incomes for retirees being generated from such security so it's a big one to consider and then of course boy when when you have a nice stag whether that's because you contribute to four one Kate planned for three B. four fifty seven which is deferred compensation or you had an irate that she's been contributing to now have a pot of money if you will and and what's the best way to get that to generate income in and it's different for everybody because there's there's differences based on risk tolerance and the time horizon you're going to have returned some people retiring earlier versus later so there's a several factors that would go into the recommendation if you will of the best way to generate income in retirement land so you know we're an independent advisory firm so kind of across the board there's lots of things that that we offer and we don't have any proprietary nobody's telling us to put anything into our clients and so we're looking at all options and so what is the best option absolutes were looking for and it did truly is different for everybody I know there are some companies out there that say more you everybody's on a new plants you know not that I'm against minorities but it is definitely something that you would look and say is this a right fit is the suitable for us and we'll do what we needed to do because every investment has pros and cons there's no perfect investment sort of try to really determine what's the best fit for us as a replacement of St ostomy Barnett I'm saying our clients what is the best fit for them to generate the amount of income that they need sure it's guaranteed for life that it is increasing to keep pace with inflation all those things are considerations in that all right great information there now let's talk about something that we're all going to have to face when we're seventy and a half now this is possibly even changing now to in Congress right I want to talk about required minimum distributions and so just tell us what we need to know what's going to be happening for our retirement accounts so I was service since we just mentioned the potential contributed IRA's just know that really it's it's I hate to say it was a ticking time bomb and meaning that this irate as or in some people taking some other IRA some aren't but at seventy and a half you have to win in you mentioned right Congress's thinking about potentially voting on the fact that they may move it from seventy nine half to seventy two and but so that would be a positive thing meaning you potentially could delay of when you have to take it the downside to that is they would take away the stretch provisions and Irish currently that when you pass away and either your spouse is predeceased you or you don't have a spouse and it's going to the kids right now the kids can stretch it meaning they don't have to take our required minimum distributions per year if they take away the stress provisions then that would be they have to take that whole amount and pay tax on it in the year that they receive it so it's a positive thing to have it stretched out a year and a half it's a negative thing to have take away the stress provisions so this is a big deal yes and and obviously that's why we have CPA's we we work through the process on tax we look for ways in which we can reduce amount of record distributions we're going to have to take we look at trying to get some of this money off the table store before working through the current tax code which happens to be a great position to do things right if I were to say anything on the air today would be let us show you how to reduce the amount of taxes you're paying today and amount of taxes your children will pay in the future because we have a great taxes are on sale right now right they've been reduced are the third lowest level in history and we just have some great opportunities to take advantage of based on where the tax code and brackets are AT and bore you to look at those numbers is amazing we've done so much work with our clients this year and last year because of the tax code change but we only have until twenty twenty five and then it reverts back to the old code at best and so I really feel like we're we're gonna be going into a much higher tax environment soon and so you know the reality is we must continue to think about our our plan our pension so security all those things and we really desire to put information into your hands to help you specifically with things are working on and we put together commentary guide with five retirement planning issues for you to consider if you.
Voice Beyond Weather and Music with the Co-Founders of VoxxUp
"Now I know both of you are all about encouraging the voice tech world to think beyond whether music why do you think. The voice channel is underutilized in spite of the exploding adoption and Sunday. Start with you. I think the basic reason here is this. Particular Channel is still clearing that you glazed brands to brands ousted. Lot really last. This particular channel to engage with the customers veto to their customers in a meaningful manner which again brings gloves to the question. As to why are they not using the journal would effectively which we believe in this basically comes from interaction what action with a number of prospects and planes that have been working with right. I think it boils down to three things. One is. People are obeyed off off the exploding adoption of ways and smart speakers and You know the numbers are published regularly. But this didn't understand as to what is the use case that they can today the loss lack of education especially when the decision because as to how they can meaningfully engaged with the second Christian that the always face redoubt prospects and customers Hobie blue that skill or election exists somehow been only I believe that if they have say still have to market but some of that doesn't do for the voice skills our actions that they have still not able what do we aligned with the fact that that would also require a marketing make glove air in and there is an action awful brand with that that you can get into things and last but not least is the vision of Ottawa Everyone says okay. If you do this what is the auto identikit. And because of the spill Waverley as merely. Don't have a lot of the Matrix two pools that okay. This is what okay your customer kicks. Rabin Please Bay explicit all your amd market your brand of interest would increase planes and so on and so I think education and the understanding about marketing. His skills in action is also part of creating these things and the absence of metrics on three things instead. I believe that brands are not really placing the battalion. The Nicholas you know one more part to be added to that if you really look at that Voices relatively new. Oh and boys get be heavily utilized once you know part of our day to day life credit union. Now if you really look at that There is a slight I changing day. Track to scrape. That happens with the venue started jumping into the computer and the mobile revolution. Everything ready you know it all recurred. Some 'em I'm on the behavioral change to adopt that New China. I think over time everybody want offer all that our customers would be more comfortable to ask. Coast into this Dubai's these days. We know that we can get a lot of answers from Alexa Google home but you know how do you make it or activity that is adoption. It takes some time and but over the time you get better with that and more comfortable with that. That is a time we will have a lot of utility use cases can be easily deployed. You Oh you walk into your home and say you know what my next utility bills to pay or you ask your You know smart do is when is my how many more days for my vacation and when is my mortgage I believe do right. You know all these and be really comfortably asked it. Takes some behavioral changes for me matter of time to exploit and it is happening slowly and the the product British on. Yeah I think all the points both of you made are very true. I think that we're seeing that quite often. So what are some real use cases that brands can explore floor. That maybe they haven't thought of and can you share some of the interesting use cases you're dealing with large clients around the world. I think we have been grateful to look on pretty forward looking use cases when somebody nights claims across the blue out example Bank in Singapore and this is pretty large bank one hundred ninety billion dollars in assets under management stock use case we want to build a basic prisons on Weiss Sunderland. They prefer better weekly. You would be surprised to know even though Alexa Command sixty five percent of the market in the US in exactly clearly diverse in Southeast Asia in Southeast Asia in metrics dating attorney wasn't at the market is a group to Google the order to create a basic results me see basic prisons. It's almost like a of ABC's like information on the way center. So for example can warm and get all the information about the bankable Kabila Offerings that leadership their contact details and so on and so forth disbanding That's this doctor. And now they're talking about much. Water use is talking about the fact and they haven't glue uses the relationship. Managers can use screwing home to get a quick update. It'll be morning only media marketing the ruler so that they're really radi calls from the clients and is one of the next thing is Abo- They execute is able to get phonics. Lead it's to keep from being marketed in the day basking legal on this and it gets really extreme end market looses. These not only in good talking about. How can they have customers? Noel Skaters it does is basking Speakers and this mechanism of connecting Abandoned Las Vegas. Vu Editing bus entire so these are the use cases with victory and a very diverse industry and a surprising industry which is experimenting very very much with the voice technologies divine in spirits industry so reworking California based UELI richest probably buying in certain things and we answered also survey luxury working. And you're not that skill in the next fifteen was nearest. He's so what they are trying to do. is obviously to have a basic business with the leaders of the minority and the story behind the vanity and their products on this panel the tunnel when they went a couple of steps ahead and say I won't be Oscar. Excel as to wade. They can find a stool. Nia Dave's gold H Rankin just ask Alex. Tell me what can pick the next visit right and they should be able to locate a stool near the another very interesting use case that they are doing is can push a discount coupon to this particular channel which can be sent across immediately to League which they can be more to come a dependency of interesting use kids which I think sooner or later would be something that every detail it would retain because this becomes the Gus Waiting to see
Ansel Elgort on 'The Goldfinch'
"Recently we had the chance to grab a few minutes with actors and sell l. gordon oakes vaguely when the two were at the toronto film festival promoting their new movie the goldfinch which opens tomorrow they play older and younger versions of theo and continued that mash as we spoke this is oaks and and this is oaks no no this is aso this is ansel is oaks it's understandable in the goldfinch bench we go back and forth through time the theo's blend the young theo goes with his mother to an art museum in new york there's a terrorist bombing she is killed he stumbles out stunned clutching painting of a goldfinch then he ricochets from the upper class home of a classmate to his deadbeat dads place in las vegas clash forward the adult view and elgort sells antiques though as we hear in the scene with a client played by denis o'hare maybe they're not antiques i i want to talk about the peace you've already sold me the athletic it is beautiful isn't yes except that it isn't is thomas athletic i mean the phoenix ornament ornament is i'm fairly certain about that but the rest of the chest is not the goldfinch directed by john crawley it's based on donna tarts beloved i love it and bestselling pulitzer prize winning novel i asked ansel elgort first about the pressure but i don't think there's any way we could live up to donna towards novel know every the sentence you hang on is i think i could read that book a hundred times and not guitar alex how about you when you were asked to play the young theo what did you know of it well my mother had had read the book previous and she was a huge huge fan still is a massive end she talked about the book in descriptive it was and how incredible was and so immediately i was interested in the project and wanted to be a part of it yeah i hadn't read the book and so i want to let listeners know oh that especially if you haven't read the book the twists and turns in the directions the film goes will be even more shocking to you but answer how would you describe theo broken i'm very self aware a actor man whose made many mistakes doesn't know how to take them back and end is on like an avalanche of lies and regrets but it just won't stop among the mistakes refer back to that masterpiece that theo takes from the museum the goldfinch which really exists in hangs in the hague it was painted by dutch artist carol pieters for breaches who himself off was killed in a gunpowder explosion but in the book and film theo takes the painting something is mentor hobie played by jeffrey wright finds unforgivable do you know that it was his last painting because he died explosion stupid accident and somehow miracle miracle it's it survives through centuries until you we hung event i didn't know what it was i then i don't even know why i kept it trotting oh he's just trying to keep it safe the cape and oaks how would you describe the young theo say he's broken he's i'm just trying to crawl his way back to normal life and the reminder the constant reminder of the painting being by his side is an incredibly a difficult thing to break that bond that he has with the painting is never severed so he is constantly trying to make sure he has us an understanding of not only where the painting but the painting itself at all times y- the stress of that i mean it's his rock his addiction it's his mother in both breath of you both the os are observers i'm any thoughts about that playing observers i think don atari such a great observer and she wrote this book in first person from theo's point of view so we sort of get a bit of donna in theo as an observer i think theo is incredibly he can be incredibly quiet when he wants to be in and he's constantly looking at everything and everyone and judging everyone on first sight which i think he ultimately might not be the best the quality of him but i think that's who he is the young theo oaks vaguely plays is in shock from living through that bombing and then being hall to the foreclosed does landscape of las vegas where his dad dies and he's left with dad's uncaring girlfriend the hotels only pal we have to get back to new york i can't stay here she'll put me in a home you understand that look i'm a minor i've got no family no friends out here have to go yeah you never really know where you're going to end up but i've definitely grown as a person and grown creatively a lot more of an observer after playing theo i would it's a as well how 'bout you i'm just excited to do more work i'm really excited to keep doing what i've been so lucky to be able to do with my life no kidding your careers continuing you're playing tony in west side story yes one of the most coveted roles i mean just how's that feeling it's awesome it is a blast it is crazy that i'm playing in a musical i love musicals musicals that's how i got into this also i'm enjoying every moment of it the gold finish finished ours ansel elgort and oaks vaguely villanovans invaders tomorrow
New Media, Old Story
"Seth did do you have a home page on the internet back in the nineteen nineties and the days before facebook and twitter sometime in the mid to late nineties. I used one of those free services that let you you make a page and kinda messed around with it for a while but didn't get too far. One of those things i tripos g._m._c. diesel exactly yes so in the one thousand nine hundred and you may actually have i've had some embarrassing page now lost to the you know the archives of the internet <hes> with like flashing text and <hes> you know the number of people in aliens who've seen this page like a page h. Counter horrible animated icons the whole shebang. I had some free web space that came with my internet account so i made some pages as well and i remember every time. A new version of netscape came out because that was like the best web browser new h._t._m._l. Codes and it could do things if you learn how to use those codes happy times james. It all looks so cheesy now but at the time it was really exhilarating success. Let me describe a situation to you. An exciting new medium has emerged changed around the turn of a new century is open to anyone. If you have the right equipment though you do have to learn a strange code so initially it's the more techie types you get involved you could encounter uh-huh wide range of voices and a great sense of media being democratized and there's a strong feeling of community in a sense that something new and important is being forged something that's it's about change the world and their arguments about regulation and clashes with authority as the rest of the world gradually wakes up to what's happening and as the number of uses grows these companies move in and everyone begins to ask how can you make money from this and sunny their ads everywhere and a handful of big companies in two in particular of ended up in dominant the positions so it sounds like you're talking about the early consumer internet and the freedom and exhilaration of the people who are on the internet and those days and then it all gets swallowed up by google and facebook well no. I wasn't talking about the internet in the early twentieth century. I was talking about a different medium in the early twentieth century radio which which ended up being dominated by c._b._s. and n._b._c. So what i want to know is how come these two very different technologies at two very different times in history evolved along such similar lines and what can that tell us about the media of tomorrow from only economist. I'm tom stanage and from sleet. I'm seth stevenson. Welcome to the secret history of the future. The story of radio starts with a young man whose boyhood hobby led to fame and fortune guglielmo marconi kony born into a wealthy family. Italy marconi was educated by private tutors and in his teenage years he was taught by professor at nearby bologna university and he taught marconi about invisible electromagnetic waves what we now call radio waves which have been discovered a few years earlier by german scientist called heinrich hits which is why the frequency of radio waves and other kinds of ways is today measured in hertz kilohertz megahertz and so on so hurts shown that these invisible radio waves existed date and he measured their properties but when someone austin bought they could be used for he said nothing and he said they were of no use whatsoever other people though including marconi saw the potential for for using them for long distance communication and in the summer of eighteen ninety four marconi embarked on a series of experiments at his parents house in which he gradually improved hurts his original experimental apparatus one night in december that year marconi invited his mother into his attic workshop to show her the results pressing a switch caused lost a bell to ring in an adjoining room about thirty feet away without the use of any connecting wires instead marconi had used a radio signal to trigger the bell over the following months marconi gradually extended the range of his equipment by refining its design and using bigger and bigger antennas. He'd soon moved the receiver outdoors into the garden. Where it was manned by his older brother alphonso he would wave a flag to indicate that he received a signal by the end of the day marconi could send radio signals more than a mile and affonso had to fire alaric gun to acknowledge successful reception. It's worth pointing out that marconi's radio could not transmit sound at this point all it could do send an owner of signal signal but that was enough in conjunction with morse code that was used on wad telegraph systems to send messages. The italian authorities were unimpressed convention so marconi went to london where he demonstrated to the british government while in britain he sent morse code messages several miles over both land and water marconi kony sent messages across the english channel eighty ninety nine and in one thousand nine hundred one. He sends signals across the atlantic. This was an impressive achievement but the most immediate practical practical use for the technology was for ship to shore and ship to ship communication rather than long distance international telegraphy which was already possible because of undersea cables dell's the marconi wireless telegraph company was soon the main provider of wireless equipment and services to both commercial and military shipping making mall company having a wealthy and famous man but the new technology also attracted the interest of hobbyists and experimenters wanted to try it for themselves particularly in the united united states where there were no restrictions on the use of wireless equipment. They weren't interested in the commercial or military uses of radio. They just wanted to have fun <music> so he began to get these little fraternities of ham operators who built their own sats and communicated with each other and and it was a very bottom up democratic system that was really quite at odds with marconi had in mind. This is susan douglas. She's a professor of communication studies at the university university of michigan. It was also way to find community. Just like you know happens on the internet today to find a community of like minded young men and boys and it it's mostly young men and boys who had the same technological interest but they also talked about sports scores and their math homework and all kinds of stuff and this was again very much at odds with how marconi in the navy wanted to use wireless and by nineteen ten it was the hams who dominated the airwaves in the united states the majority of radio stations at the time or capable of both sending and receiving though the sending range was usually much smaller than the receiving range it was a vast conversation in morse code over the airwaves open to anyone who wanted to join in tinkering with radios was promoted did a wholesome and futuristic activity for boys in particular by hugo guns back the founder of a company that started selling radio kits in one thousand nine hundred five. They've eight dollars fifty and that's equivalent to about two hundred fifty dollars today which is about what it costs to buy a video game console in an essay published in his firm sales sales catalogue guns back tried to reassure parents who might be worried about their child's interest in this strange new hobie. He argued that it was a great investment because experimenting with radio equipment would keep young boys at home away from bad influences and out of trouble that are still gerns back argued. It was a hobby hobby that would position a boy well for the future electricity and wireless or the coming undreamed of world moving forces. Don't kill the electric spark in your boy. It costs little to keep it going and some day it will pay you and your boy handsome dividends and it was nearly all boys most of the media coverage most of what you read is in fact about boys and young men. That's the group for whom technological tinkering was accepted and promoted girls. Were not supposed to be technologically. The logically <hes> experimenting or literate girls were supposed to play the piano and be lady like ineffective. These radio sets turned each city into a giant chat room home. What do you need it to join in was radio if your friend had one and showed it to you you want to in october nineteen eight electrician and mechanic magazine reported halted that wireless telegraph mania had broken out among the young men of baltimore by nineteen ten. There were hundreds of radio enthusiasts in new york and nearly a thousand in chicago by nineteen twelve back. Put the number of wireless experimenters amateurs across the united states at four hundred thousand so is it fair to say that radio yeah. This period is really a social medium absolutely it was also came to be a relatively insubordinate medium as well because the hams some of them were pretty mischievous so there was a lot of mischief and technological insurgency around this period area. This is like nineteen ten to nineteen twelve based on the kind of anti authoritarian anti establishment ethos among some of the hams
As Employment Rises, African American Transplants Ride Jobs Wave To The South
"Support for this NPR podcast. And the following message come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox seeing, and instead of closing this Memorial Day weekend may twenty fourth and twenty fifth. The UPS store is doing another thing altogether. Opening the UPS store every anger for small business, and of course shipping. The jobless rate in the United States is at a near fifty year low. So all this month NPR's looking at what that means for workers, and communities, many African Americans are seeing an opportunity for better jobs and cheap housing in the south and Charlotte, North Carolina is one of their destinations NPR's Danielle Czeslaw reports, Britney Smith shows me around the house. She and her husband bought on the outskirts of Charlotte. Here. Washer dryer your standard. It's beige house with brick facade. There's a front porch and a two car garage and a green front lawn. She holds her fifteen month old daughter, Erla Smith grew up, mostly in Detroit, six years ago. She struggled to find a fulltime job in healthcare. They're her then boyfriend Sam was a career counselor at a college campus, that was closing. We're looking at what cities are growing for young professionals in Charlotte was always in the top five, it helped that Smith's father had moved back to North Carolina about two hours away from Charlotte. So they made the move. We did have the idea. If you know, we may go down here for a year. We don't like it, then we can always go home, this Smith's are part of an influx of African Americans to Mecklenburg county North Carolina. The African American population here has ballooned by sixty four percent since two thousand some people come from neighboring counties in north and South Carolina. But thousands are coming from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey in Illinois, and other cities in the south are seeing similar growth, including Houston, Atlanta Tallahassee and Columbia South Carolina Smith. Thirty two is about to begin a new job at a health insurance company doing community outreach. He starts Monday actually so very quick turnaround. But yet starts Monday her previous job was similar it was a dream job. She says, but the new position pays better and has more responsibility. Sam now her husband found work in Charlotte to as a university career, counselor opportunities for black folks, the south, and that have never been in the same sentence. Demographer Jessica baron endure North Carolina says throughout much of the twentieth century millions of African Americans left the south to escape racial discrimination, and lack of opportunity that Hobie got the Harlem renaissance and Chicago blues. These are all a part of the story of the great. Gration as manufacturing dried up in the rust belt services tech and finance expanded in southern cities, African Americans started coming back, Barron says migrants tend to have higher education and more connections than African Americans who remained in places like North Carolina for generations. The job market for African Americans over the past two years is the best ever unemployment is at six point seven percent. Although it's double the rate for whites Charlotte, in particular, is booming the city has seen eight straight years of job growth, but as the tide has risen here, it has not lifted all boats equally. Charlotte historian Tom Hinchey, it says decades of segregation and redlining have given African Americans in Charlotte, fewer opportunities to buy homes and build wealth. Affordable housing is especially an issue for African Americans. It requires special effort to overcome it because special effort created and in Charlotte. Many. African Americans work in industries, like hospitality and retail where wages have stagnated that mirrors the national trend where wages have grown more slowly for African Americans than any other group. I meet, Nicole muse. Dennis at one of two jobs. She works as bar manager at night and a special education teacher during the day. I'm what I call over employed. I have two jobs and I'm still trying to make us. Dennis says raising two daughters as a single mom on a teacher salary, has forced her into a sixty five hour workweek a couple days later. I join her morning routine flushing, it's still dark as she gets ready to drive her daughter to school hard, part is just make sure I get up actually I get up in the morning. That's the hard part. Sure, I can actually drive there. Mus- Dennis owned her townhouse in a middle class neighborhood called university city and the value of her home has increased in recent years, but our Texas have gone up, too. As mused Dennis strains to make a living. Brittany smith. The Detroit transplant is not as overextended she and her husband, both work jobs. They love and they have just one child, she feeds her daughter era, a pouch of organic, sweet potatoes here. I am a transplant that come has come down here enough taken advantage of all these opportunities. Now, some of it may be too. I have an education insane from a husband, but also it made me actually my husband and I had to look at ways that we can help bridge, the gap the structural issues that keep many African Americans unemployed or underpaid are difficult to fix but a strong economy opens more paths to success. And that's the experience of the Smith, family and millions of other African Americans who are starting new lives in the south Daniela, Chaz low NPR news Charlotte.
"hobie" Discussed on Who Charted
"I'll still see it though. I'm very curious. I'll see if I get an AMC free movie. AMC does a great job every year. They're improving theater conditions and improving worker relations. I love AMC theaters. Check them out ROY D C is that rob deer Dick's company DC shoes. Hello. Yes. Title our nation's where all all the comic books to read. But it's got to be a great. You know, DC shoes is is gotta love the DC connection. I mean because I drove by the aqua man sciences DC in. I'm thinking I thought DC shoes, which is rob beard ex-con company. And I knew that because I worked at ridiculousness quicksilver owns DC shoes. What about packs? I think that is owned by. Gotcha. I don't know. What about what's the other one Hobie cat? I don't remem-. I kinda know that one when we were when we were very young. There was like a shirt brand Hobie cat and there's Opie right Opie ocean Pacific. Maybe that's thinking of maybe Hobie cat was just as I. Gotcha. Was a big company. Gotcha. Is that still around? Gotcha short, Scott your shirts. No lati- GRA. That's Laura let's go up to Universal City walk and we'll see if they throw in sons already big onto. Oh, there you go. They're known for sunglasses, and we'd Maui and sunglasses. Ladies and gentlemen. Yes. You got it. Steven brody. Stephen it will be right back with the third chart..
"hobie" Discussed on Maybe It's You
"Welcome back. Hobie enjoyed your break. So much. Them. If there wasn't why are you in here on? All right Gregg Jarrett, and do you have some comedy offerings? Coming out which movies ladder juice coming out soon. Yeah. What we're talking about? How the I love this time of year daylight savings live daylight savings time, I feel like literally it's supposed to days ago. And I was immediately happy as soon as it got dark. It's like better launched into the deepest of depressions when it's Dr seasonal depression when it's dark by four forty five. I it ruins my life. So. By eight thirty. I'm like God. It's so late. It's gotta be midnight. Yeah. I mean, it just I can't do it. Interesting. It makes me so sorry. And I don't even think about it. I don't I I honestly I don't I mean, maybe this is the life of an artist. But like, I don't I don't go outside. So I don't think about when I'm waking up and if it's late it's late. I don't I'm. So I if doesn't even impact me like I was saying, I only the only thing that if it did impact me was like my TV schedule changed that would piss me off. But do you actually watch TV as happening like o clock my shows on? Yeah. If it's if. Yeah. Like, if it's a real housewives moment or something like I've got to be there. I was only off from that way. Not going to get them later DVR and watch it. But like, what's the fun? And I'm like Wendy Williams in that respect. She also does she doesn't do the DVR thing. She has to watch it live similar people that the there are those shows like the bachelor. That where people want to talk about it. Yeah. I mean, you can talk about it tomorrow. If you like if you're going to be our it, but we're already going to be done with the conversation. But that's very rare these days, anything that's appointment. And. Old in that respect. Just don't I just like TV a lot. We're here we're live when it's happening. You know, like television shows like comedy shows and stuff I won't watch that live by something about the reality shows are I'm a big news person too. So I watch a lot of Tonight. fun. Today's sitting all day tonight. We'll be fun. Yeah. It's been I've been covering it. A lot of a lot of friends who still work in campaigns day. Oh, yeah. Election day. This is gonna air closer to thanksgiving. Yes. Sure. So hopefully things have changed for the nat-. Or if you're listening to this from your Gerald jail cell. Gigantic protests that went on. Yeah. Oh today child, reinforced cage. So anyway, excited for the holiday holidays are pretty much upon us. And how did you feel about them as a boy did you love the holiday? Yes. I come from a small town, Missouri outside Saint Louis Kirkwood. And it's a it's a big town for thanksgiving because we have the oldest football game. West of the Mississippi. It's this rivalry Webster Kirkwood, Missouri quick Kirkwood high school, and they fight over the Frisco bell and literally days leading up to thanksgiving. It is a massive thing chili cook off pep rallies. Bonfires like Parray's thanksgiving in my hometown is massive. I don't go home for everything's giving. Because a lot of times I'm performing and there's like there's a lot of good travel happening and your family of their families this going home for the first time this thanksgiving years, actually 'cause I've been traveling so much these past few years. Do you get the weather change there? Like automate is it. It gets pretty cold cold on thanksgiving. Not always. But like it gets usually cold. Yeah. It's nice. I like it. And I I'm I'm taking my boyfriend home for the first time. This thanksgiving have has anyone in your family met your yet? No, no one's. Quick stats deeds on the boyfriend how long we've been together a little over a year. And he is seems Michael he's a northern California native a, you know, he's an artist. He's a he was on project runway this past season..
Researchers transformed tissue cells into skin cells to heal wounds
"In a world. First researchers have discovered a way to re grow the skin around a life changing wound technique that could avoid the need for skin grafts in the future. Scientists at least salt institute of biological studies in California used cell reprogramming to convert tissue cells into skin cells or mice on my excuse me. It was the culmination of a decades work. Dr Prodi ready is one of the authors of the study. So in the last few years, they knew of course, that's called programming. Basically, you can convert one suritai doing so in this case being new ladies. Says. So we says and can rotate them do. King says they're able to proliferate and migrate and cover the wounded idea and Jala would it take to re grow skin over say, if I had a nasty wound on my arm depends on how big the wounded and independence on how old you are. So you're you're young. And if it's not a big area, it's quite a busy to hear back. Again. There is still. That says cannot gate anymore. So we can make an example of patients so many other big bird the only option right now, we have in the clinic ace your skin crap from part of your body and pretty. As much bigger insights, you cannot do. So that's why you need an alternate to opportunities case weekend program that says that are quality data and happy to recover. So that is another next goal for as little as two in Burundi's method, rare in can be more applicable. Animas. So that's going to repeat. Could this potentially be used as a way of combating aging if if we can we grow damage skin? That's something people are going to want to now. Right. So interest is like Hobie regeneration came like how old and if you get like scratches on wounds how fast it can be. So that is one next Paul interest for us and at the same time, then we talk about aging there is another important expert that comes onto the table is especially the women. They would like how we can prevent the punishment of printers. Which is a major concern from the point of view. So I think this is like the proof of concept stating this study by pitches has a potential to open Indo mainly white at let's talk to produce ready from the sulk institute of biological studies in California.
"hobie" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit
"Zoning out the dialogue and waiting for the boobs and the montages. You know. Because it's bay watch the Hof plot involves Hobie Toby's a little younger than I was at the time. Basically Hobie almost kills himself trying to serve around beneath the pillars of the peer pieces, try to impress girl and he had just seen Slade do it, and sleet was all a awesome. And the girl was all like, this lady was like, I'm going to do that. But then he but like, you know, she kind of feels bad for him that he almost got killed doing it. And so that kinda get some a little bit of favor and her eyes. And then she discovers where like she hangs out and it's this liquor store. The liquor store has candy, and it has a street fighter two game. And so he's down there playing street fighter two with that girl there. And she and some older kids and the older kids they play the way a lot of us used to play at arcades where like you put your quarters up for the next play, and the person who who was winning at the point was there until you know they got defeated and Hobie beats this older kid. And there's this whole thing between this older kid who's kind of dick and Jason Marsden Eddie Munster from the munsters today. And they get the older dickhead kid and Jason Marsden get into a fight and like there's a. Dear that's thrown and there's like, you know, proper damage or something to the point where Hobie witnesses it. But because Mitch had known that he had gone to that liquor store and had forbidden him from going to the liquor store. Hobie keeps us mouth shut about the fight. And this, you know, causes all sorts of tension, the half, holy plot climaxes when this dick had kid lers Jason Marsden into this abandoned area like near underneath appear. He like literally like kidnaps him. Basically, he liked traps him. Like under this old like boxspring that I guess maybe a homeless person had thrown a. Dirty match or sod at some point or another. But. And I like, I think it's like Houston, really gonna hurt the guy or maybe even kill him. Like you got the impression that this kid was just like this sociopathic bully type of person or that he didn't intend to kill him. But like he's the one of the gang that's gonna take a little too far. And somebody is gonna end up seriously injured at any rate. Dickhead kid gets caught. Hobie helps out, you know, Jason Marsden. I don't know. He gets the girl so to speak. But you know, he admits kind of up overall though, I will say. It's not a bad lake story line. It's one of those, you know kids in over their head or this situation gets out of hand way more than you thought it would be type of story. It's their attempt to put a kid actor a tween actor into a story that like logically, you could see him getting involved in lake. The streetfighter street fighter two was the biggest one of the biggest video games of the time and people would if they saw it at arcades like there would be a crowd around that mortal Kombat was another one and you play each other like you put your quarters up. I wanna be you. And then if you took it over, he ran the game until you know whenever. So is done really realistically and liquor stores. I dunno out in maybe on California. I've heard stories of video games were in. Liquor stores. I don't know where I where I lived. I don't think that was possible, but you know, this is a liquor store on the beach. So Hobie probably being twelve or thirteen and being forbidden to be in the liquor store, which again. Total makes little sense. Like my parents would have been like, what the hell were you doing at a liquor store? You know? So and the Hof Hobie stuff. You know, this whole thing with Mitch, he's divorced. I think this was like way from way back in the very beginning of the show. Mitch is Mitch. Mitch recently been divorced and later later episodes than in the next season, his wife is played by actress when he Malik who'd go on to be on a number of shows and movies and stuff, including the show Jess shooting..
"hobie" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"No question. And when I talk about when we talk about goal, we talk about greatness like crazy has to fall into that line and no, knock on Carmelo Carmelo's a little more normal. Just he's still great, but he's. A little normal and not as crazy we, we think Magic Johnson was crazy. LeBron James has gotten to the point where he's crazy. Kobe will pound has clo- Hobie will tell you that you know, particularly over the first fifteen or so years he was pathological. Yeah, it was not a normal functioning human being. And if you weren't him if you couldn't achieve basketball at that low, no normal person would want to go through life that focus where you don't pay attention. Your friends, you know, neglect is the wrong word for your family, but your family is it was. I don't want people to think I'm accused. No, no, no. Your family's secondary to what you're trying to do as an athlete is very though. So you give up food, you give up this, you give. No normal person wants to do that. No formal athlete wants to be drafted Carmelo, but it wouldn't be to the same degree as playing at the go head to head and he takes him five teams day. May maybe he just gets the ring at the end and so contact the point of all this. Than their own much luck in context. It ends up the in this. It comes back to full circle its organizational stability. When he got drafted to LA it was organizational stability from the owner, all the way down means a lot. And they no matter what if the coach didn't ride the because it's not like Kobe played with one head coach, he play. He had to cycle through a couple of co jail. Right when like you starting with a couple, you don't to be before he got there wouldn't when feel got there. It was totally different the, but that being said organizational stability, he wouldn't have had that in New Jersey. Okay. With the nets and you wonder why they fire Bruce Bowen. Oh, sorry. Speaking of Carmelo that sound, you are hearing Sam prestige eyeballs rolling around in his head. We'll talk about that next Ryan. Hollins, Kirk Morrison, Brian minutes, ESPN LA afternoons ESPN LA Brian Kinski with Kirk Morrison and Ryan Hollins day and night. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. So the news of Carmella going to Houston isn't new..
"hobie" Discussed on Jesus and Jollof
"That is Carson. Your whole your whole being to Hobie your ancestry, your progeny, you like, geez, I'd have to go use holy water. After that, I, you review. You know, at all, receive. Today, we talked to send that access or no. Breath, an active, not granted returned to sender. So that's the first love language. So insults sometime also also by the way, like voltron we are part of the west African voltron which is a group of like seventeen of us who are the Geneen on Nigerian. We have one Cameroonian. He's our token. Diversity, diversity, high. And all we do is sought each other. You would think who break the cycle, we saw each other all day, and if we don't, then it's like our strong. Are you okay? If you say that. Are you going to get a clean compliment from anybody? Beulah Abby. Anytime I get a clink amount like are you? Okay. Are you sad today? All right, because even wanna give each other complements would just be like. So I'm not Josh useless all the time. So you mean you don't get your, oh, that was a good speech. See you, you dress sometimes. Hey, so sometimes I dress that is that is legitimate America's Paul shade. Yeah, we just call it insulting and deserves back abuse, insults our love language number one, love language. The second one. This is probably the one that brought me the most Gars bringing if is shame. Shame, shame. Yes, out Paris, not to shame by comparison because it's always like. So got your mates. The rest of your mates I getting three days and you they'd be blows, do they have to head they have to get the president came number one class. Did they have that you don't currently more knowledge of algebra? I don't know what you clearly a tutor. Okay. Something I'm struggling. I don't know. Yeah. The shame is like something like, hey, so other people get married. This conversation with your mommy and that do you not have those getting made. Slow, just seen it on Facebook and you're happy. You're, you're, you're, you're lacking the comment. Where did anyone to lock your hand. You're like, when did this become about me? Be at the wedding, stiff, hey, if I have you gone up to the groomsman 'cause he's fine. He could be good for you..
"hobie" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Opened if you can justify it and back it up with numbers and explain it to him then do that get the guy on board yup right by the way i was just curious so i confirmed phillies not only to the phillies have the only dubreuil in major league history but hobie milner is of course the only hobie ever in major league baseball hobie trae milner i had been expecting hobie to be short for something it's not just hobie name it's felix out dueled corey kluber technically not really he didn't pitch as well as corey kluber but his team won how did felix look did you see i think i'm done with this because i believe the phillies also have major leagues only ever do bray so yeah later on roma yeah part of the reason they lost the game right so yeah felix yeah felix velocity was not up it wasn't going to be up but he he was only supposed to throw about eighty pitches i got up to eighty one or eighty three or something like that and he ended with a walk which aggregrate but even though his i wouldn't say that he had pinpoint command the whole idea i think that my favorite anecdote here is that you you're familiar with the king's court right everyone's familiar with the kings and the fans of the king's court for the years that it is operated have held up k cards k for strikeout and then when felix is two strikes to raise up the k card and everyone chance k k and then a third k which is inappropriate and then a fourth which makes it okay the kay is gone they have removed the k and replaced it i think with like let's go felix or something like that.
"hobie" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Superlow you'd figure well we can probably leave noah out there a little bit longer maybe we just need to get some warming up i don't know by some time so noah comes out and he allows double then ozzie i'll be flies out so three pitches in has a runner on second but nothing has really changed the phillies odds of winning or still ninety four percent the leverage when freddy freeman came up was zero point six five which is low remember the average is one so hobie which is i love the hobie who goes by hobie that anyway hobie milner comes in out of the bullpen noah's relieved as pages milner allows a home run and the way the narrative goes i guess is that that just opened the floodgates and sudas nola came out everything collapsed the thing the braves didn't score again and then in the seventh inning the braves didn't score and so it went to the eighth inning and it was still five to two phillies and their odds of winning were in the nineties and gabe kepler's able to hand the ball in sequence to adam morgan you do rumpus and hector narus all whom are good relievers they didn't have pet nick or tommy hunter available for various reasons to free agent signings but three good relievers came in and allowed six runs in two innings and it's not give kappler's fault so even if you figure that he pulled nola early and i do think that there's an argument made that he pulled no little too early could've just let him go through freeman i dunno give them a chance to get into more trouble before you take them out because sixty peaches not very many now noli not throw that much in the spring his longest outing was five innings i don't have pitches because spring training numbers are terrible anyway five to two eighth inning regular bullpen pulling mila you can't say gave the braves momentum because as soon as they score they stopped scoring for like a while penn ozzy i'll be homered and then there is what just looking through this atom morgan andy do ray rama's walked and walked past ball that an error in a single and you never expect nick marquess to hit a home run and under any circumstances.
"hobie" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Dude on thursday earned and every day they maggie maggie how you doing yeah nausea a red light a seer you're you're wheels are just a little bit over the line there yeah tell you what you got a choice year i give you a ticky or you go out me lunch you can get a whole be euros saying here you got your hobie that's right mega okay no no no no no no no no i'm a real cop now ants right year now forget about what happened in junior high when i was a big mistake that would mean to hit that guy 500 time shows a mistake so so i'll tell you why you agree to go meet me go to jimmy you'll get a whole be and i won't rights you the sticky young okay because this is like the south philly guys you know what i mean is get to mark it sounds crazy to me hey markets wreck how you doing bure user orchid crazy is all get out thank you europe it normal what what what you want from a to these got throws snowballs at santa claus that yours banned board proof glass convenience stores because they said it was the racial i mean you know i dread every time i have you'll end the filth adelphia is you know it's a city with the really serious problems uh wellington's almost catchy off tool by the way yeah and even my it's also it's also a city where they start taxing soft drinks and you lose hundreds of jobs from distributors and soft drink companies and the mayor goes oh no no no they're lyon they didn't have the fire those people because they're they're they're making a million dollars of they're doing million dollar bonuses and you've got these owners these distribution companies same show me on the taxes where i got a million dollar bonus and and the mayor goes oh yeah okay so you're lying about that you're right these guys have they get no sense at all they lose hundreds of jobs by the soft drink sugar tax and then they pretend like it's not happy to get off well you.
"hobie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We're taking eubacked of fits in brooks on knbr six eighty lee's live his visas from its friday please oh god please okay regrets oh yeah yeah yeah argued figured so they missed cats don't do districts like they used to back in the day dr dre and his hobie snoop dogg but some cancel blast with his track luke from through live crew my play gangster party later the late great tim dog on blast of mr blak tim dog obviously tim web kmart's at the and of course easy famously is this an excuse for me to hear a one of the great beats malta yes but also dr jury within the warriors practiced today as he did his picture chris haines those warriors were bs yes of the trump stocks ray chatting with my friend warriors gm bob bites so uh you know i mean obviously bob myers understands uh understands good people and ask a company i was a hut for years i was talking to one of bob myers former client cessive on saturday the artery jordan orient said i hear he i might be ah in them their trade win as well the clippers have reached the point of clipper them are you going to give the andre jordan a hundred plus million now don't do or you're going to trade him to get something for him trade him to get something point you know let me see bomber i know we didn't run the daytoday operations of the clippers but he's not a dummy the give deandre jordan amassing is worth one hundred million dollars but you don't give a hundred million dollars out of the funny is the clippers they had the funniest what comes around always goes back around type a deal fade yonder dohrn two the mavericks i ha about three dozen pda would find that hilarious it's what we all be laughing uncontrollably and you know free ages ago for rang there's always a spot for you you know that let's let's think about that for suck the de'andre jordan no disrespect to javale mcgee who still out on one of his smoke on twitter through okay go back to.
"hobie" Discussed on The Cryptoverse
"And then one other thing is celtic was as he is has furthermore if the hot focus successful hobie plans to rename the new splits coin and reward people with a token a ratio of one to one so they're gonna give a new name they they talk about here if the full fails hobie will cease actively trading what they coal bt one and bt to future tokens so this is a weird thing some exchanges are already trading m cut of the segue to it confession of bitcoin even though doesn't exist yet so they are allowing people to trade the future value of it by giving them a kind of eventual token the represents in the at the bitcoin the gonna get when the chain splits now those those futures maybe with nothing if the ah if the real segue to extinguish coaches and then flops by the same token if you acquired some of these futures at five dollars and then these like what to expect it's be with five hundred dollars they go you're gonna make a hundred times on you money the never yet moving on from that this infographic pretty cool a got this from a post on medium i think it was so this shows june july august and through says through to september 25th two thousand seventeen back in june of two thousand seventeen ninety two percent of ico is listed here reached their fundraising goal zenoni seven percent missed the goals actually there's a one project listed in june as having missed its goal and that was deco up when it raised forty five percent of his goal however bankole status 10x the some networks civic a visa go cofounded wager populace at stream you at adex and primal base and an all hit their fundraising goals including banco which did a hundred and 53 million according to this and amisi go twenty five billion and so on it goes on from there the following month it drops to forty one percent of ice he has hit that goal fifty nine percent missed.
"hobie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Quickly the boston americans had five triples each and games five and seven of the first ever world series at nineteen o three against the pirates that was the last time and the only time that any team had as many as four triples so last night was the first time in a hundred and fourteen years that a team had four triples in a postseason game so go look i didn't know you would go ahead let me here who was on the nineteen o3 boston america if you will indulge me or for a couple of minutes lease of the last time again four triples in the game the nineteen o3 boston americans their first baseman whose name candy lachance he earned his nickname the aca ahead of because he preferred to chew on peppermint rather than chewing tobacco safety reasons so just maybe more handy is it the dentist's than anything else shirt but right you tell me what candy lachance sounds like now needs are sort of establishment is you're going to to see candidly equi right baseball game no it is not go ahead moreover we in go ahead their second baseman hobie ferriss ferrick all we ferris who is best known for runins with empires and his own teammates he was a bit of a hothead was whole up yeah and outfielder name taxi doherty who is described as having a moon face he is bad luck during the nineteen tendencies and missing over twenty games due to malaria you don't see that much anymore has a lot of that and they had another outfielder named cicc stall who entered pro baseball despite his father's despite his father's best efforts to keep them in the family carpentry business if the name sounds familiar to me and it does that's because he coach noted as baseball team 1900s chick stalled extol think about that in those days you were better off being in the carpentry business that you are being a baseball quite honestly you're better off running into chick sahlin candidly chances usaid somewhere else has probably all so there's just a little taste of the nineteen three americans and now that leaves us with four teams remaining in the american and four teams remaining in the national league meanwhile the question a marta sherry is why are these starting pitchers so brutally bad through two games of the.
"hobie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It is it's the cardinals colts redskins and back home for the boys right and the eagles and then the cardinals again the giants seahawks i really need to go that deep you get my point i think the forty nine ers will definitely get three wins they may get a fourth or fifth but what you got to do is keep an eye ball on the jets because the colts are the worst team in football but they have andrew luck so if he if you believe in sam darnell like i do that's the hunt is to hunt for him now if you don't give sam darnell after watching last night's game you better get a top topnotch corner because we're chard robinson dante johnson said and all those guys k one williams they're not there answer so my humbly i'll give you some names to watch each and every saturday imad marshall s tomorrow at cal keep an eye on him to virus mcfadden florida state tony brown alabama everett alabama there are some hey how about the holder and meeks kids at stanford they're going to be playing a pro quarterback tom mara night on the farm in josh rosen keep an eye ball on meeks in holder at stanford killer corners go ahead dave i think the culture going to be looking for a quarterback to we don't know whether andrew log scott that shoulder may be worse than it is i mean cryptic about it now i know it's very mysterious andrew luck their quarterback i'll stake my reputation on it i share hobie today four today all right dave let's go to matt middletown and then we'll fire off some sound sum game cuts from last night in a little trent taylor okay how you doing good morning you are in earlier were so so so both you you mm earned over 100 kept gain wife mary turnovers no you're going to happen an israeli peace dress mr ko girlie helicopter landed on a forty nine er defender and he stretched it out i think they were a poor last night but you know me i'm always looking for an angle and i'm always suspicious i didn't i didn't see it as malicious i just i just think that off night dr the matters do however shah argue nigger squad or do you do.