25 Burst results for "Hsun"
Ignore The Advice, Own The Outcome
"Little rift. Today on advice. Yesterday i spoke about how simply asking for advice hsun create any obligation to actually follow that advice and it shouldn't but if you choose to ignore that advice then it's on you unique to own the outcome. You need to accept the consequences. You can't just go to your boss and oscar advice on a particular marketing initiative or a sales initiative. Then have that initiative fail and go back to your boss and say well. Actually you didn't tell me not to so therefore you've kind of approved so therefore the fight is not really on me. It's kind of on you because you were the boss. It doesn't work that way. If you choose to ask for vice to seek advice and then choose to ignore it. You need to own the outcome. It's on you at that point and it doesn't matter whether we're talking about an employee situation a family situation father-son mother daughter if you're going to ask advice and then choose to ignore it. That's okay that's part of growing up. That's part of learning in your job but if you choose to ignore it the consequences are on you. You need to own the outcome
It's Time To Rethink And Understand Your Customer's Real Intent
"Skies scanner is one of those aggregate decides where you go to find deals on flights hotels car. Rentals that kinda stuff and so it would be fed with hsun that when the customers come to them. It's to satisfy a need or want or desire to travel. But it's more than that and it's not just about getting to the destination it's not even about the journey itself. What sky scan. I have realized. Is that sometimes. The place you most want to be is a who not aware and that's the brilliance of this campaign. It understands that a lot of people don't travel 'cause they want to travel to get to a place. They don't travel for the experience. They travel because they want to see their mother again. They travel because they want to hug granddaughter for the very first time and i reckon it is a brilliant campaign because he understands the intent of the customer. The true intent the real intent and i think a lot of times in business. We seem to forget that we miss sometimes the real true intent of our customers if we understand that and if we can tap into that then we're into magic.
The Xunantunich Account
"Tucked away. Inside the countryside of modern day belize lies one of the greatest standing ruins of the maya civilization shuna on tunisia's ancient name is unknown but historians estimate that the structures of tune each were built beginning in the seventh century. C e however the land had been occupied by the maya for much longer as early as one thousand bc in those first centuries it was just a small village but at some point in the seventh century it began to grow in size and power. The lords of the ancient maya city built ball courts palaces and temples but the city's crown jewel was the structure known as el custodio. A one hundred thirty foot pyramid topped with shrines offices and a royal palace hsun each was a thriving metropolis the center of a powerful kingdom. Then all of a sudden it wasn't the collapse of the my empire was one of the most devastating and dramatic catastrophes in human history. But it didn't happen all at once. The collapse of the classic my civilization occurred not long after shoot onto each was built around eight hundred ce. By the end of the ninth century the region and its majestic monuments almost totally deserted in less than two hundred years. The city's population had nearly vanished. Royal dynasties disappeared. Cities fell to ruin the great pyramids of the maya sat untouched for and were reclaimed by the jungle. But over the next millennium the region was colonized by european settlers by the eighteen. Hundreds of colonists. An interest in the ancient cities and their expeditions uncovered a wealth of artifacts that were shipped away to european museums and auction houses. However these pieces of history provided few clues as to what cataclysm destroyed the maya cities something had caused the empire to crumble yet to this day. We still don't know why but for a lucky few their spirits and shown on tune each who will show them the keys to this ancient mystery. If only they would listen how. To- felt uneasy as he walked through the ancient temples. There were no real dangerous here. No musket wielding british soldiers on horseback but there was a dense fog shrouded. Everything missed but hocine 'to could still see the dark stones covered in moss and the snake like lines that crept up the temple walls most days to walk the extra two and a half miles just to avoid the sight of it but today be didn't have the energy. He hadn't slept much last night or any night in the past three months. Not since his father died a scene to had borrowed money for a decent burial. He thought he'd be able to pay back but then the storm came. It devastated his crop of bananas now. He barely had enough to pay the englishman who owned his land and not a single schilling left for his wife and son. His wife was getting sicker every day. It was the same sickness that had taken his father the same fever and bloody cough and recently his son. Miguel had become to cough to how cintos didn't know why he'd been spared. His wife said it was a spanish applied. Maria said europeans were immune to the diseases. They brought to the maya and the husino often considered himself native. He'd been born on the peninsula. He was european after all had tried everything to raise money for a doctor. He begged from neighbors tried fishing and hunting but his neighbors were just as poor as he was and even if he caught a fish or a deer there was no one to sell it to how seen was watching his wife and son die he felt as if the world was falling apart which might be. Why the temples made him feel so uneasy because that hopelessness must have been how. The maya felt long ago that there was nothing they could do. Cinco continued walking toward the center of the ancient city in front of him. One moss covered building towered above the others a narrow strip of stone steps visible at its front. Something white flashed at the bottom of the steps at first husino fodder was a bird but as he came closer he saw it was a woman. She wore long white repeal and a belt of turquoise beads tight around your waist her arms were piled high with gold and silver bracelets and the skin above her nose had been painted a vibrant red.
Rex Chapman: The Content We're Here For
"I want you to open twitter. Look at your time line and tell me what you're seeing. I'm seeing pandemics and I'm seeing politics and I'm seeing. Maybe a little bit of Tom Brady in Tampa Bay which is might be the weirdest part of the whole thing and then I'm seeing a guy in the rain running into a stop sign and I'm seeing a kid getting smacked in the face by an elephant and I'm seeing another kid given out free. Hugs at nursing homes and That's that's what I'm looking for. Where are you seeing this? I'm seeing that from the most unlikely source. I think maybe ever which is At Rex Chapman Ryen. Which do I notice rex? Chapman popping up on your timeline. It was probably a year ago in the spring of Twenty nineteen and I started to get the texts from friends who were saying. Have you seen this video? And have you seen that video? And have you seen? Who is posting these videos? I'm part of this generation where I remember. Rex Chapman as Mr Kentucky basketball. I mean this must be the greatest high school basketball player that ever lived and then he's the first draft pick of the Charlotte Hornets and then he's in he's the white dude in the dunk contest. And then he's hanging thirty nine on Jordan. What he's with the Miami Heat he's Rexon. He's King Rex. He's sexy rexy and I'm like there's no way this is the same rex. Chapman has to be this other. Shabina out there. That just happens to be some borrow twitter superstar and it turns out they are the exact same person I think. A lot of people seeing XS tweets for the first time had a similar reaction but I also find it very funny that some people may be in their twenties and younger might not even know who rex. Chapman is or they just think. Oh yeah the guy on twitter. You does the videos so Ryan. Let's educate them and refresh people's memories. Take us back to Kentucky late. Nineteen Eighty S. What was rex? Mania Steel Diaper Dandy. That's going to be one of the all time legend the perspective. I'll give you that. I was a north Carolinian living all tobacco road and REX. Chapman was the guy that you made. Sure you got back to your television by eleven o'clock to see sportscenter just to see what he had done he just was. It was electrified. He was so smooth he was dribble behind his back. He was dishing the ball he was Dunkin. He was doing everything that require. Frankly white dude's weren't doing in college basketball that time and this is before the Internet before you could go on Youtube and post. Your own highlight video. People had heard about him but they hadn't seen him so any chance. You had to watch this kid from Kentucky. Play Ball you did it. He was foul before viral was thing. You've been under incredible pressure. And yet you just go on with life every day even though you're probably the biggest folk hero. I guess it's Cogan. Robert Disagree with that. I don't know I just take day by day. So rex was this huge star. And as you mentioned being Kentucky there was a massive spotlight on him. How did he handle that? He handled it by Kinda circle in his own wagons for me. I just wanted to play basketball. And that's it the playing part at Kentucky no problem I loved it. I was good at it. Could handle it no worries it was off court stuff. That really weighed on me. He didn't go to the cafeteria He tried to go to bars with his teammates and he was met at the door by the balancer. Who wrecks man? I'd love Login here. But everyone knows you are if I let you in here. The police will be here in four minutes. It just was it was it was a lonely existence surrounded by people all the time but alone every moment every minute that I wasn't in class or at practise either hsun by myself or sleeping and I was I think I was rationalizing as I'm getting my rest but I was depressed than just in you know back then. You didn't talk about that stuff. He believed that eighteen nineteen years old. He was just getting his rest. But the reality was He was dealing with depression by just going to sleep St cope with it. He started playing horses. He did what everyone in Kentucky does and He started playing the horses. A pretty young age and That was another time and place where he could feel normal. You know he could go to the horse track and he could put his face. You know in that race inform and everybody else's word about their race informs and they won't bother him so after his sophomore off more year REX declares for the NBA draft and he ends up with the brand new expansion Charlotte Hornets for the eighth in the draft and their first in the NBA. The Charlotte Hornets Select Rex. Chapman of Kentucky. What was that like a? It is hard to describe to someone who didn't experience it. Would Hornets Mania was like in Charlotte? This is bad basketball team. This is a team best player was Keller trip Yuka but they set an NBA record for attendance and they sold out every single game for years. It was Muggsy bogues and Dell Curry and REX. Chapman was the Young Guy. He was the face of the franchise. You the best player on the team he was in the NBA dunk contest. Meena I mean and going behind his back I mean he was he was a sensation his NBA career go. He never played an all star game. I mean he made the all rookie team The average fifteen points for game over a dozen years. He had his moments. There was a famous night where he hung thirty nine. Michael Jordan and it wasn't just Michael Jordan. It was the ninety six bowls you know the unbeatable 's you in Phoenix. He became you know as the six man. Essentially he became the most popular guy on the team. And so it was a he everywhere he went. There was a following the end. Why didn't he keep you got old? Has All of us? You know? Father Thomas undefeated and You know over the last three years of his career he had seven surgeries It just got to the point where he knew in that two thousand season with the Phoenix signs that that was going to be his last year because it just got to the point where his whole game was explosiveness and he was not. He did not have the capability to do that anymore. I I knew I was going to retire at the end of this this twelve year. I just wasn't very good. I was spending more time in the training room than I was. Playing wasn't fun at that point and I I had an emergency appendectomy right near the end of the season. I got back home and a doctor gave me a prescription for Oxycontin They gave me that Oxycontin. And I'm I'm telling you within two days I was in love like `I greatest thing I've ever had in my life
The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music
"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson
How a Toronto ob-gyn gamed the system and put his patients lives at risk
"The maternity ward of a Toronto on a hospital one Saturday in two thousand sixteen babies are being born at an alarming rate faster than they should have been and the short-staffed prove nurses skidding worried something was up but nobody raised any concerns. These were after all patients of highly respected O._B._G._Y._N.. Doctor Paul shoo-in who's on call at North York General Hospital. Most weekends wasn't until two nurses found evidence of wrongdoing and report it. The doctor Schuman's misdeeds were revealed and he lost his medical license. This is a story of greed ethical. Neglect disrespect of women and of a medical establishment tried to block this very story from being told and I'm filled in for Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story Michael List wrote about oh Dr Xuan in an article published in the August issue of Toronto. Life is incredible reporting has shocked city. Thank you so much for joining US Michael. Oh It's supposed to be here so I read this the story with a pit in my stomach. I'm a woman in Toronto who has had a baby in a hospital in Toronto fairly recently and I know I'm not the only one who read your story and was just horrified fight but but let's start at the beginning who is Dr Paul Schwen and what how does he regarded as a doctor in the city so hall shoe and was you you know by all accounts for thirty years <hes> one of the city's most respected O._B._G._Y._N.'s. He was also a gynecologic oncologist. What sort of unusual about about that is that most gynecological oncologists once they once they sort of go down that road they I was told about ninety percent of them? Give up their obstetric practice but not delivering babies is awesome because they're dealing with cancer patient exactly but she decided to keep his obstetric practice. Since the late nineteen eighty s he worked at the North York General Hospital he also taught at the university city of Toronto. I spoke to a number of his colleagues. All of whom said that you know he was widely admired in the community until just a few years ago when when nurses at his hospital started to notice something odd about the way he was delivering babies there were often large numbers of women coming in and in Labor on the weekend more so than on a weekday or at least not necessarily more so but just didn't in sort of in unusually high numbers they all his his patience or yeah so he would he would take call on Saturdays and so this is sort of fishy that the same day he's taking call a lot of his his patients are coming in to deliver and they were in a kind of labor. That's called precipitous labor. What does that mean so it means the contractions are coming to quickly lasting too long? Sometimes we'll get a condition called hyperstimulation of the uterus. This is what those what that is is a sort of very common sign of having been induced but the nurses would look look at these patients charts and they would see that there was no indication for for induction that they hadn't been induced they would ask the patients themselves and and they would say no no. I wasn't induced what it turned out is that he Dr Shulin was also seeing many of these patients at his clinic the morning that they were later coming in in Labor this this is very odd and then what happened not once not twice but three times nurses who were tending to these patients found the dissolved remnants of of a of a powdery pill in their vaginas and again there is no indication should be a record of any medication given to you <hes> and as as a patient you should know about it right and neither of those things happened which means that that whatever this pill was it was given to these women without their consent without notifying them and it probably had something to do with why they were coming in in these large numbers and in precipitous Labor so what happened was that the third time that this pill was found docile tested it and it triggered an investigation to what was going on why why were Schuman's patients sort of arriving at the hospital hospital like this wh what was going on and what they found was that this pill was a drug called Misoprostol and missed Oprah Saul was originally developed as an ulcer medication medication and like lots of medications it was found to have these other effects that that they hadn't designed it for and and those effects include when given when it's given to a pregnant woman it softens the Cervix Cervix and can cause contractions <hes> the product induction method right sure. I mean yeah except the only thing is that using it for that purpose is against North York General Hospital. Oh policy it is used sometimes as <hes> usually as like sort of half the recipe of pharmacological abortion right an abortion pill. That's right but if you I use it on a woman who intends to deliver her baby in his term there are terrible side effects it can cause the death of the baby and it can cause the death of the mother and so you know there's a black box label warning on it that it isn't to be used for that purpose and he actually admitted that he was doing it for a long time and not only was he doing it. He had trained and another doctor to do it and he said something like why don't you why don't you go after him. So I do WanNa rewind a little bit though and just get give us a sense of sort of how and why why this happened if he had said he'd been doing a long time is there are there early signs of when these misdeeds began to occur that maybe were found later so shoe and would later. I admit that he had been doing this for years. Is the way that you know the the the problem with a sort of <hes> with misdeeds like Schuman's is that there's very very little evidence right because it's not in the it's not in the chart. It's nothing told to the patient. The only way that You can find the pill in the patient and collected so we we don't actually know how long shoe and has been doing it for except by his own admission that it had been for years. Another question is sort of like you know your question is why like why why would why would he be doing this. There are sort of two explanations the the explanation that shoe and gave is that he was doing these these women a favor <hes> that he was trying to get around the hospital is the way that he later put it to his sort of interlocutors around the red tape of the hospital when she called called it and certainly a lot of patients and the Canadian health care system. You know sometimes you're frustrated. That things aren't happening as quickly as you would like them to happen you wait around and that's what he sort of said you know like sometimes we book someone you know. Either you know either it could be you know could be cancelled. It would have to be rescheduled. It's a big pain in the butt. You know there's like this whole sort of <hes> sluggish bureaucracy up to deal with this is a way to sort of get around it but what his <hes> lead investigator in the culture physicians and surgeons later said is that he can't rule out pecuniary Mary reasons for having done it. What do you mean by that so he's suggesting that he could that could have been doing it for the money and you're like even when I was reporting the straps Sorta like wait ah like in a socialized medical world? How can you do something like this for money well so shoe and took call on Saturdays hit looks like he was doing this on the weekend and what we what we later found out through documents at the show for one of the years that we <hes> that we have information on this <hes> two thousand fifteen to two thousand sixteen shoe and delivered almost most seven hundred babies a year at North General Hospital which is more than any other doctor there but what's really odd is that forty seven percent of the babies were born on the weekend? She wants boss at North York. General Neural <hes> had sort of told you that Hsun was only allowed to do fifty deliveries a month and that's partly sort of it's it's it's part of safety issue. When it's it's also impart part sort of budgetary issues but shoot isn't paid from from that budget right like doctors in doctors around the country they are sort of like high-powered freelancers right bill for service right so they get a fee for service? So if you do x you can bill you can build the you know the the provincial health insurance for having done it. It's not just a matter of volume though that's true right. If you deliver more babies you can you can charge more for having done it but in the there's a there's a strange range of incentive <hes> built into when it makes sense for an O._B._G._Y._N.. Deliver a baby. If you deliver a baby in Ontario on a weekday weekday you can charge four hundred dollars but if you deliver that same baby on a weekend you can charge over seven hundred dollars. It's about two hundred and fifty bucks more so that's the reason why you know or at least according to his his medical investigator <hes> he couldn't rule out that shoe and was doing this on Saturdays <hes> when he took call so that he could deliver those babies for a higher rate then he could if he was delivering them on on a weekday so money aside I've another major problem with with his conduct seems would be informed patient consent and another example which also shocked me had to do with evolve ectomy. Is that what it's called what what happened there so this is not even necessarily delivering babies that he was sort of blowing past patient consent on it was other matters to what was going on there so this this was this was a <hes> an issue with his <hes> oncology practice. What happened was that when we were investigating the story we we asked the culture physicians and surgeons for the evidence that was entered hurt against you in in the in the what resulted in the loss of his license and two of those documents that were released to us worth the previous complaints that were lodged against chewing and have an and were found to be credible? What's odd is that those were not available to to the public right? It used to be that that when <unk> something from the Complaints Committee at the was found to be credit credible and resulted in ruling against a doctor that that would not be released to you so if you want to know so if your doctor had any problems with something like consent you couldn't know right so so what happened with this woman was had was that <hes> she had this rare malignancy called paget's disease and it sort of manifests as as little sort of a sort of lesions on on the Volva and so she went to Dr Soon Dr Shulan said listen we need to partial vol back to me and she was really nervous as you as you can imagine right excuse me and so so this this is what you need to do. We need to do the surgery so she said I mean okay. If you think that's what's Best I'll I'll book it. How many of us have been like okay? Let Dr Nells Bass Drink. You're going to say right like argue with your doctor right so medical professional acted right sure so she said Okay and then she said listen. If you want more information you can go home and Google paget's disease and so she did and she looked it up and she found that in some cases aces it could be treated with a cream so she came back and she said listen. I you know I I read. We can just use a cream. That's what I want Chu and said that's not going to help for your <hes> for your version of of paget's disease so you need to have the surgery and more than that even though the surgery was a month out if she canceled it she would have two hundred bucks cancellation flation view a month in advance a month and she said well I mean I you know I don't WanNa pay the cancellation fee. My doctor says I should do it so we'll do it. So when you woke up from the surgery she found that not only had it been this per show victim that they talk talked about but he also cut off her clitoris that to me was my job was on the floor. I was like you know is that her her fault for not asking more like about that the other thing to stop me in the story. was you know and there's no proof of this at all. There's no way of knowing for sure but like if he had had male You have been so cavalier with his decision. Making with the lack of
"hsun" Discussed on The Viall Files
"They got away even if it was just for one night. And they felt like you know, their teenage selves, again, which they and this thing have you been. I don't know how this feels for you. But have you been able to even see him as far as like everybody's always focused on the baby? Right. And so it's very hard not to be that way. All of your it's not just attention and love. And all of that thing, but actually physically be across from the person that doesn't even happen as often. And so you're not even giving yourself the chances of doing that. And that's what getting away does. Is it gives you nothing else right in the best type of boredom because you're in each other's face? And I think that's so important. And then you put it in each new. Yeah. Yeah. Well, all right. Well, hopefully that was all helpful put it in his face. Space. Thanks for calling. For me just joining the podcasts, she's gonna keep show. Think team want me. Do I love it here? Like why shook? All right. Well, you have a great day. Thanks for calling him earlier appreciate it. Nice to meet you. Well, hi, Nicole, thanks for calling in. This is jabbing me. Thanks for. Yeah. Thank you. This is ginger. I'm net. What's your question? My question is outta. Thanks don't from what I've heard from you, Nick, you to be really I've been about Hewlett thanking history, but you'll say saying to be quite in front of lyrical and quite skeptical thought these question my you've pesonality of you. Dating I feel the hulk culture Jianqiang Hsun, but, you know enough exposure and practice experience and history that eventually laid to finding a one if that, you know, the hotter of children know, you'll so may so you understand you the best. But oppose I if at one at any point, you have to admit it, you know, maybe, maybe you're not gonna find that post. And, and that's okay. And it's not necessarily giving up, but it's just being realistic, and I feel like in the post. People thought to acknowledge that mole, I have, like different relationships, which reflected different thing, but I think even thinking about your friendship. I mean, there are people that go to full comedic relief for deeping meaningful compensation for, you know, intellectually robust conversation. So how could you expect to find that in one? So are you asking me specifically for me? Or are you relating it to this kind of yourself or everyone else?.
"hsun" Discussed on Minor Adventures with Topher Grace
"Junior with deniro seating, the heart. You know, if it doesn't get all over the place or doesn't he hasn't watched game of thrones? I totally get that by congrats on being a big part of like, I get it. Oh before the guy that we all love God beheaded and don't try to get into game. I can't believe that they made us care that much about or then they died in like the second episode. Let me tell you what happened. I felt the same way. You did. Everyone's talking about for years. And then I don't hate it. My wife. The chill out. And we watch them all last year all in a row. Oh the way to do that show because it's really just one long awesome movie. And the one of the things that really stood out to us was that this lead. Actress of it speaks this language like not a little bit. But like like a lot like I was a half of her lines are in a fictional language. Now, this was in the book, and you figure out how to pronounce it. Or it wasn't in the book. I never read the boys. It was a little bit. It was a little bit in the books. So all told I think there's about I don't know fifty words of death. Rocky few include all the names. And there are I think maybe there was only one full sentence of death rocky, and then a bunch of phrases. So because they would say in a book he said this Indo three. Yeah. In english. Yeah. They do a little bit where they get outta here. Yeah. That's easier than what you dip. I if you like you there's there's one line where the narrator says Hannukah doth Ryan ran in talent. And then right after that, it says prince rides inside me. So you know, what it says dirty line to start off with? Oh, you mean meeting a baby? Yeah. Yeah. Oh, sorry. I thought I took that the wrong way king. She gets a prince or something it was like I'm in. I feel enthusiastic. The director was telling you to have a prince right inside the steak and action. So. Okay. So how do we make? We have a name for this language. We gotta start there. Well, no, we have to start before that. Okay. All right. Four making language. What is the purpose of it? In other words, are we creating a language for fictional people? Or right here. I'm gonna see Pete at Hollywood party year from now, and we're just gonna talk in this language, whatever bump into other in Hollywood. So we need a lot of like shit talking capability. Yeah. It's like. It'd be like a code people in the room who do we not it can't be like, you know, Antonio Banderas Hsun Bala quarter. We need to be able to say like we disguise people's nee to be a good way to say other people's names. And I'm getting the vibe that we're not going to be very good at remembering a lot of this show. It has very very easy to speak. And remember, those are the two qualifiers. Oh my goodness. All right. All right. Okay. Okay. So this is going to be a language for use in real life. All right. So you don't have to worry about fictional drags. Literally, not for anyone except and people who listen this podcast could come up to either or Pete and greet us. We're gonna make by the end of it. Let's do a greeting that if people see us we'll know that they heard this episode. Yeah. 'cause they'll say the greeting in our language. All right. All right. Perfect. Okay..
"hsun" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Platinum recording artists Billy Hsun. You heard me sing this movie? Soundtrack was a movie out the far. Yeah. It was a movie called teachers. Oh, it was back in the eighties. And the it was me and Neil, Sean that wrote the song and era that can't stop the fire, and it was it was pretty high bombs. All right track. My voice was really I'm think my balls drop back when I was forty five. I. And then that was it we him. And I we did a couple of demos together. Look at me with my mic technique. You're a singer damage your man he'd been disposed of your mouth radio class. Sorry, folks at home all over the world and Canada. All right. So we. We were like hustlers, man. We were going to every record company shopping does demos made and had written a song called rock and roll over and big love. And he had written a song the whole world's gonna know. So another one that gave remember what it was. But it was the making of our first album and even we'd written other songs together. I mean stranded on a desert island that was nice and it on a desert desert on that never showed up anyway title. But it was great to. Release chat show stranded on a desert island strategy. Kicked ass. Actually, don't you. Message. When we. We beat the street, and we went to every record company and Bubba nobody was like, I don't get it. And then then we got a hand this over to Billy. Then we got Paul Gilbert. And like like Billy said, he kinda new Paul because Paul was a huge fan of Billy's band Tallus. And remember standing in the audience in front of me. Wow. Tall chemical beanpole. He's like six foot five or something. He's got an answer to on me. We didn't know he's also taller than you go. Bam. Bam. Thank you. Hello brokers. Try to all the week. So. So it was just him in. I in the beginning for a good couple of months in writing soft. But we get Paul Gilbert. The story goes, and I'm just quoting from all the magazine Steph from circus magazine. Oh cream. Yeah. Billy judge a are player online. You feel it because I wasn't there. You're looking at me like you're not. No, that's not. That's not right, man. Shut up. I did not know they had a guitar thing. It was me and a waste snake bass player. I forgot his name though deal Murray numerous okay? And now that I'm a rock and roll got it. And we're, you know, the little little judge panel. They're basically went there for free drinks and hang out and meet girls, they used to be girls there there were some girls. And there was some drinks. But there was flavors also. And so Paul came up. And I told everybody watched this guy because he had opened for towels at one point back and base Bergen. I knew is pretty great player and Paul went up there. Just was it was funny too. And he purposely didn't do any hammer does every terrorist in the world was doing them up there at the rock and roll out. Of course, he won the thing. I don't know anyone like an amp or something or, you know, some interim alkyl bell certificates, whatever. So I, but I, but again, I knew him enough to speak with them and stuff, I guess when they find the contact him for the band and then Pat Torpey. On the day that I left the Itoman smile band during the morning before it went to the meeting where all hell broke loose. I went to a recording session, but myself, Pat Torpey Dave Amato who's aria speedway. REO now big enough. And Brett tuggle was a Cuban flavor daily Roth now with everybody's Phoebe Knicks, and is what one of those guys did, you know, Pat. No, I didn't know at all you met him at that session. Have Brett tuggle introduced me. That's why wouldn't Brett was at the memorial. Right. Was quite quick..
"hsun" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Roy. This reading gone to song to Hsun. So here we are talking about IRA's, you know, one of the things right for you to explain to the listeners is of the transition between 4._0._1._K TSP's four three Bs into an IRA when somebody goes into retirement. Can you just real well? Yeah. I mean, really your IRA is going to be your most tax efficient vehicle. But it depends on everyone's situation, for example, if you still with the current employer, and you don't wanna take out this arm, deason, you're over seventy and a half. There aren't any. You can just leave it in has the state in the that exact employer. Sponsored plan where you are employed. If it was from a prior implore the separated from service, you will have an MD from of that that 4._0._1._K or for three big just like your IRA accounts. However, keeping that in mind, if that's the case, and you have multiple for when. As the aggregation rule that we talked about earlier does not apply. It only applies to I race not the 4._0._1._K's or other tax deferred. Can't that's something. We have there's a lot to advocate. You know? There's so much navigating retirement inner taxes being one of them. How do I protect my money when the market falls long-term care, the list goes on and on don't spend another minute. Worrying about this stuff and trying to stay on top of it. All you're supposed to be enjoying retirement in creating memories, not worrying about it. Just imagine. How would you feel if you didn't have to worry about all this stuff anymore or come up here safe retirement solutions, we will be exploring more things you need to know about your IRA, including what happens to your IRA's when they go to your beneficiaries, and even how you may be able to deduct hire a losses on your tax return? It always pays you to keep tuned right here to see retirements Lucien radio show. That's true. And we're one multiple times right here on six eighty. But let's talk about what happens to your IRA money when we die poured into consideration. One of the benefits of owning IRA is the ability to transfer funds directly to your beneficiaries without going through probate as Lomas. The accounts are set up properly. Also, spousal beneficiaries can claim inherited IRA's as their own flexibly which allows the space to make new contributions to the IRA and also control distributions and asset allocations a spouse has lumps whole lot of different options when they inherit an IRA they can make their own IRA or a beneficiary designated IRA. Of course, the ladder. What occur if the spouses under each fifty nine and a half and needed to take out money for whatever reason of beneficiary account would then avoid the? That ten percent penalty. If you're under age fifty nine and a half that that would apply to most IRA owner's your, however, non spouse beneficiary cannot treat inherited IRA's their own right? They can't add to them. They must completely liquidate the account within five years definitely owner or they can't take advantage of the stretch IRA distribution as allowed in RS publication five ninety and that's an important consideration. Yeah. We we do this with all of our clients. I curry our clients beneficiaries to come in. And we can explain to them that tax advantages of using stretch AIA redistribution, and that you know, if they're depending upon the rage that they can actually use this money. Now, let it grow one their own and actually have fun their own retirement accounts down the road. It's really the most tax efficient way to handle. I are redistributions for beneficiaries. But I've been doing this for a long time. And you know, what happens? I get a phone call mom and dad died and the kid says, well, yeah. Well, they got five hundred thousand dollars well and say we'll come on in. We'll sit down. We'll talk discuss your different tax advantages on this. And you know, what the kid says exact check check just we'll have one about the taxes where event that later a lot of times that those accounts could be used to supplement their retirement where they need to be. Exactly. Yeah. So so anyway, so set up properly they can we can distribute the amounts over your life expectancy, generally the distribution options that are available. Depend upon what age you inherit the IRA and the IRA owner dies, but keep in mind, if you plan to leave I react to your children or grandchildren by using stretch IRA distributions they can avoid those up front taxes that would be owed on taking a big lump sum distribution. Now, you might be saying are you have a plan?.
"hsun" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"hsun" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"And so when you around you see these guys sons Hsun, and it's not a pretty sight most of the time. So I started I started, you know, just, you know. Looking at. I don't want to sound like turn your head. Right. Yeah. Looking at these guys feet. But but also, you know, just having random conversations with them. Just a learned that a lot of them get pedicures mostly in the summertime when they have time. But during the season when the feet gets when the feet, you know, really get worn and torn from all the the play yet. They're they're obviously take a beating. So I wanted to kind of examine how it'd be players. These multimillionaires take care of the the the the the tool that really helps them in their job. If the thing that's so remarkable when you look at for example, a photo of LeBron James's fee, and they're like on different vertical planes, like the the little toe is stacked on top of the other toasts. It's it's not only just weird looking, but it's hard to. Actually understand how you can not only be the best player in the world one of the greatest athletes ever. But like how could you actually walk? Yeah. Yeah. He's he's one of the most agile and graceful people, and you know, you look at it size. He's he's essentially linebacker, but he's doing things that that no other NBA player in the history of the game has done, Mike. How how do you find that? Once with that. I I'm looking at the pitcher now, thank you guys very much for sending me this. But the baby toll is is right on top of the other. So the the the big toe is. Is pretty much anchoring the rest of the foot. It's I can't describe it. It's it's so normally you talk to the wizards team podiatrist. I think it's positive of the wizards always the incoming president of of what the don't have it in front of me. But the the the national organization of, but I congratulate what would you say? And one thing he pointed out that I thought was interesting is that particularly in basketball players wear new shoes a lot they don't actually break in shoes the way, athletes and other sports might I'm and I don't know whether that's because of shoe deal issues or because they just wanna look good on the court. They wear the soul. They wear out the soles quickly. I don't know or just wear out part of it because of the wear and tear. But as as you explain the story, the shoes don't break in the skin around the foot, then grows these thick layers to absorb the successive stopping and starting on the court, and you got a lot of calluses from that and ingrown toenails, and I guess deformities then evolve with the whole thing with the new shoes was interesting to me. I never thought of that aspect as well. And I do think it it is because..
"hsun" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Agree takes out. I could consideration. Young man. Lost his father. If he had more information. Then he could build a bridge would liquid hall from grieve. But in any case if they just pray to the poor souls. They will move heaven on earth to help 'em. You'll be surprised. That's great wisdom. I appreciate that. I wanted to tell you about. Once I got this thing coming on now about the gotta cover on it. A couple of weeks ago had this Egyptologist on. And it's not been a celebrated fact that. Approximately ten to fifteen years ago. They uncovered the tool was Alexander the great and Cleopatra. Buried underneath shop like a third of a mile of of threat. Gentleman who found that. Saw another cross box in the cloud. And he made it out to be what appeared to be. The covenant of the had that shape and look. Dress. He was held back by on Hsun. That's what Egyptologists was telling. The last couple of weeks.
"hsun" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Here. We are host concert pianist or at least shot him. Welcome. What a pleasure to be guest hosting from the top. I've been listening to this show for years. I've admired the enthusiasm and the incredible spirit of the kids on it. And getting to know a whole crew of from the top performers this week. They've really shown me their dedication their intelligence their love of music. I wanna thank bowdoin college for bringing us up here to this. Beautiful picture postcard, New England campus in Brunswick, Maine. It has been gorgeous sunshiny weather, and it's so beautiful outside this room that were sometimes a little sad to come into it. But this room makes us smile. This is an unusual concert hall where here in studs Inskeep. Hall, which I the only concert hall. I know of that used to be a swimming pool. That just means that today's show is going to go swimmingly. So let's get started with our first performer. Please welcome sixteen year old cellist from flushing New York gestion. Caroline. Yeah. So Caroline, will you share what we are playing together? We will be playing the first movement of the Debussy tells Donna, and I guess since I start this one when you're ready. I'll take it from the top. Josh hsun. Caroline. Yeah. Sixteen from flushing New York. Played the opening movement of Claude Debussy sonata for cello, piano. Jess Hsun is a Jack Kent Cooke young artist, I'm pianist early, and I was delighted to collaborate with her just now I have to say Caroline. You're playing is so delicious. Thank I love the way, you have an arc to that movement. And you really breathe with it. How did you? Discover this piece. It was actually I heard a YouTube video of this piece played by lung Herro. And I thought it was really really moving. So I decided to learn this. Yeah, I know that performance it's an incredible performance. Let's have a little bit of a listen to this YouTube video of Lynn herald playing this Debussy sonata..
"hsun" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"You call me on a weird day because I'm actually like. Having one of those days where I wanna fucking murder everybody. And I'm so sick of society that came fucking stand. It. You know, everything about it, dude. I just feel like people in general are just fucking pieces of shit. That's the fucking truth. Like, dude, they're so shallow. They're so fake. You know, and do it makes me fucking miserable. Like, I'm scrolling through the internet like I wanna delete my fucking Instagram. They were like why are we been posting because I can't stand to be on the fucking app. You know, do all we see on the internet is these people were nothing else offer other than their looks. You know, all the quote, unquote, entrepreneurs trying to sell courses and bullshit programs. They have never fucking done the things that they're selling in real life. Right. Which is morally fucked up my opinion, you know, all the humble bragging, you know, the people, you know, first of all if you're gonna brag fuck and brag like brag, right, but humble bragging is annoying. Fuck like, motherfuckers, you know, get their nails done, and then they put their fucking hand on the steering wheel. And it shows the Mercedes symbol. And like, dude, I get it. Your fucking. Proud of your Mercedes. But instead of being a fucking douche bag and being like, oh, look at my nails. They're so good. And like trying to just take a picture you fucking cars load fucking car. And I love it. I'm being able to post about it. Yeah. Dude own you about it. Yeah. It's just it's so fucking inauthentic and annoying. And like do we have all these fake mother fuckers that pretend like they care about people just so they could sell them some shit. You know, all the fucking, you know, it's like high school amplified overlay horse of the fucking universe. And it's like destroyed our fucking society like three years do now, you know, do when we were kids when you got to set you went home. And you know, you said, oh, mom the teachers being fucking mean to me. And she says what do they do? Well, she yelled at me. What did you do to get y'all that? Well, I didn't do my homework, and I was talking in class, and she's like, well, you should have been yelled at for that. Right or they fuck it. Spank your ass or the principal calls and says, hey, your son or daughter was doing this. And guess what you get in trouble. Now. We have a situation where because motherfuckers were picked on in high school are made fun of in highschool are told whatever in high school instead of doing what? What successful people do which is fucking use the fuel to go out and win. They're going out shooting a fucking schools and Hsun bars and killing innocent people and people are arguing over all. It's the guns eight the fucking guns. We've that goes for fucking two three thousand two hundred fifty fucking years. Hey, we've had the fucking guns. It's not the guns. It's the culture. Right. And it is the heart of the person, it's the culture, and it till we stop fucking taking the accountability away from all these fucking kids growing up their whole entire life. That's shit that gun shit ain't gonna change..
"hsun" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"There's like I see a dozen Ferraris a day here of makes and models. Like an exotic car is not a particularly big deal in L A. But if you see a Coon Tosh, it's holy shit. Tosh is one of the flip out guards. Who does is one of the ones that even today after I've driven the Hsun river. I would still make a u-turn and be like, I gotta get a picture of this, my friend, totally. And so I would not have gone out shopping for one, and I wouldn't have gone to all the auctions and move. But like this one fell into my lap. I had the money. I wanted to roll the dice. I got it. I got it for what I think is a very good price. And you know, it's the right car with the right history. And it's the right time for me to to fucking go. Let's go let's go in. Let's do it and the investment aspect you can't deny anymore. Like all these cars GT to I don't think the GT is going to go up at like you can't deny that like when you're spending a certain amount of money. You need it to retain. Value, right or potentially increase. Right. You need to protect yourself. If you're us. I mean, some people are in different situations. And look it may go up a little it may go down a little make up a lot. But there's a fixed number of them, and they could get crashed. It'd be less. Yeah. Fix if anything it could be it could be less Klein, there'll never more, and except maybe they'll make more. Now. Let's talk about this nine nine three. Oh my God. You see the project gold. Holy shit. Oh my God. This thing so Porsche built one more. So what do they have spares? The the goal is to show what their heritage center can do. Right. They have so many spare parts so Porsche is decided that they are going to. I don't know restore modern cars, right? Apparently, they're doing their restored. I gen Boxsters. Now saw restored a career GT this year's old doing so this this we have a picture. This is a nine nine three turbo s they built from parts this year. Yeah. It is not street legal. It's not street legal. Oh, because it only conforms to the safety standards eight but. New got it by manufacturer. So Nostra legal now that doesn't mean somebody wouldn't easily by another fuck and beater nine nine hundred turbo swamped the Vince right plates, at least, which which do landrover community would be into. So this sold for three three point one million buyers premium plus premium just three point.
"hsun" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"So it's gonna be. It's gonna be real difficult to get the spacing, especially when they can't get out in transition. And you know whether either somebody's going to have to shoot a lot better than they have or I think they're going to have to make some kind of a move to get more shooting on this roster if they wanna. Yeah, miser potential this year. No, I agree with that. I also think that some of this is going to come down to volume and and guys showing the want to take that shot, you know, and some of that is gonna come down to coaching to like, where are these guys on the floor? And and where is the ball flowing to in order to make sure like where the skip pass, who is on that weak side and is at guy going to be someone who's driving or. Or who's most comfortable driving, or who is most comfortable Hsun during the ball, and and some of that is going to then come down the habits and what are we teaching and what are we telling these guys when you're talking about from coaching standpoint, to get them in positions where what we're stressing is the three ball needs to go up, right? Because you know, look, I'm I'm never going going to expect Lance Stevenson or even to a certain extent, Michael Beasley to be like high volume three point shooters, but and I'm never going to expect that from Rondo. But when I'm looking at Lonzo ball, when I'm looking at Casey, p when I'm looking at heart when I'm looking at Kuzina and then Ingram to me is like the key player in this because Ingram, like we said earlier, he took, I think, a shade under two to three threes a game in the next over the next twelve months or so right in so not only this, this upcoming season, but heading into the following season. That number probably needs to double to about. Out four, three young game, right? And so some of that is going to be spot up opportunities in some of that is going is going to be as a pull up shooter off of his own dribble. And I haven't seen any hints that he's at the stage yet where he's going to shoot the three when guys go under picking rolls on him. But ultimately he's going to have to start to take some of those just in order to get the volume of threes up because if Ingram can up his volume on threes than he could, in theory be another one of those those players who helps source sort of up the team. Three point rate to the point where the offense of efficiency is is going to comfortably be in that, like, you know, top ten range be because the top ten offenses are almost all going to be high volume. Three bull will three point shooting teams and yet not only of course because of the math advantage of the three. But then because finishing around the room, for example, gets to be a lot easier when you have the space in the preseason. Not encouraging so far in that regard..
"hsun" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Word investment, keep investing in yourself and your future. So you have time to go do the fun stuff instead of always having to be on a diet or always trying to fight with yourself. And if she go out and enjoy herself. So this is something I personally have struggled with, and I'm sure to certain degree you have an I know many of the listeners have to give yourself permission not to diet down anymore to say. I'm good. Just the way I am. I'm like, you said, I'm living the life that makes me happy. I'm doing the activities and make me happy at my workouts to a reasonable rate. But I see this thing on the magazine cover, and I think, man, if I could just lose another ten or fifteen pounds, I would be there. How do you quiet that voice down every mind yourself that you don't in fact have to lose weight that that's just an old regurgitated thought, oh gosh. There's so many different thoughts that go through my head. I think part of it is getting yourself. 'cause the models on covers in the magazine. Don't look like that every day. You know, they, they go through quite an ordeal to get photo. She ready for that particular moment. But I, I kind of joke with my friends that I, I like Orioles too much though. I don't think. I I, it's not for me. I'm not willing to give that up to get down there. 'cause I would be miserable Orioles or user or the definitive? Yes, no. You minds the token on the board that if it's gotta go to, that's where we know we have to stop. So basically it's knowing the things that really do make you happy. And since giving those up and having probably like you just said a more honest reality of what goes into that getting some of those images made and asking yourself is putting the work into that, what I truly want to go through for that one moment of that photo shoot, cracked. I definitely am not willing to do what it takes to get down there. 'cause it's just not worth it to me. So let me ask you this. When you look at where you used to be versus where you are now, what would you say are the two or three most important lessons that you've learned in regards to either diet weight loss mindset that if I could send you back in time to any version of yourself that was struggling in the past that you would want to go back into liver? Say the two to three nuggets of the best. Wisdom, you could give her. Oh goodness. I think the first thing I would probably try to tell myself is not good on that road of fad diets and and severe restriction. I think that probably sidetracked me the most after that, I would tell myself to to be kind here self. I think it makes the process a lot more difficult if you're constantly beating yourself up and being overly critical, it's a learning process. It doesn't happen overnight and you can't expect yourself to be perfect. Nobody's perfect, right. So I think just just being more kind to yourself, culpably would be the big one. So no fad diets and not being overly restrictive in being claimed to yourself. And if I were to climb into your brain, how would I see you being kind to yourself versus how you were in the past things that I do for myself, obviously, I give myself time to go to the gym. 'cause that feels really good. I pack my lunches and and make good quality foods that I enjoy. Eighty. So then I get up in the morning. I'm like, yes, I get to have whatever for lunch today. I love that. I find time to go do things outside because at brings me a lot of joy. So I do a lot of walking and hiking, my son and I bike around, we live in a winter climate so we have winter bikes. We can either bikes around we, we still Hsun downhill ski and and just connect with with the outdoors as much as possible..
"hsun" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Who told me I was going with, I said, it wasn't going so we call them per mice. Have you ever been in a function. Okay. Just look at them look like he's. Enough around anymore. Didn't they laughing. Washing booking, apply. Judy, pupa me went down the front down professional deeper note the night before was idea. Disgusting segment we have ever been on Hsun Hsun custody. custody. Gioia to gills. With a coma dot those blocks. The fad. Youngster. Knows where those glasses. The book point. Have you come in here in the last two weeks and said, I'm convinced monument, and I'm going to be consistent out till you none and degrom. They are on camera their buds Marino another set here and say, oh yeah, they're just going to go through good. Let's just say Jay z. o. Kanye west. What Jisi all day long. I just want to stay on this because his conviction was so strong. Tell me what the proper post with eight. Inscription cost. Move hose. You have to get another boss move into one last year when we went out, let's didn't Didn't know know his. his books, correct numbers. I don't know. We have. We have. A whole new level. Steaming yet? No. Paying them put a whole. I'm gonna show myself. It'd be an excuse not night from not remembering address. What was the excuse currently be? No, he didn't have excuse for the tell you my thoughts at the computer and tried to become a flight by the UK and we had to cancel the operation because you couldn't remember address the Ida. When. Fairly end with your credit cards and McCain to the crucial point. You said, what's the dress critic on? Even let me go and food. Levy, new sparkley milepost remind you expensive. Twenty five percent off. I wanted to stay alive. That is a great deal. That was we have made it very much Craig, Stevie Steve. next. Next, we'll be back tomorrow until then confi. Extra time in a moment..
"hsun" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis
"Most of the time we only talk about career stuff and how you got to where you are, but I'm interested in in the wine collection and enthusiasm that you have. How does someone get involved in wine collecting like like you do. You know in some. So it was born in the Wadi in tool. And so I've been surrounded by people who are wine connoisseurs, you know, since since almost my birth and so that that culture of wine is something that just got from from my dad and and and friends. And I think you know. Wine can be the deal Hsun be made a big deal because at the end of the day, what matters is that you figure out what style, what kind of wines really sort of enjoy and those other ones that you should really sort of start collecting and collection could be. And so of bottles could be, you know, a few dozens of hundreds of more but Tweety about on the standing. What makes you happy yen? The good news with wine is you actually don't have to spend a ton of money to to really get awesome bottles and things that's really sort of make you enjoy than that. You share with friends and you know people was asking me. So what does it take in this century takes of drinking tasting to figure out what you enjoy. Actually, I happen to be very eclectic for Frenchman, so have pretty much you know everything in terms of old world new. World. She tied in Spanish. She continues the, I'm still warning about getting phone yon and Sylvia's wines in general. But I liked the diversity because I want to be able to just have something different than I never know when I'm gonna open when I get to the seller island now is funding. This isn't last question your early in your career. You have a son or daughter. They're in college trying to figure out what's right for them in life. You know, they want to work hard and they wanna put themselves like you did in the place where there's going to be the most amount of opportunity. What do you tell someone like that? And you know, trying to think about how they're gonna lay out their their career. Two, two, two parter. And you know, have a have a twenty one lady Shri my son is twenty one today, and my daughter is Stevenson in the house. And so you know, the to Potter is one, don't stress about, you know the future and and you know if you don't know yet, what's going to make you click and what will make you sort of happy. It's okay. Just go for, you know, sort of an indication gives you a bunch of options in you will figure it out because you know what certainty possessory works. So that's the, let's just not stress in and you know too much thinking into it, things will work out. And then the second is really sort of think about, like what makes you passionate and what you will spend. You know the next ten years sort of doing in terms of type of drugs world's Neil sectors. And so forth. 'cause I think first of all developments and and and happiness is, is you know, grossly on the rated and he will serve me to think about that. And you know, of being very lucky to always sort of. Enjoy what I was doing. You know, when I was running long development teams or now I'm looking to have the best job in the world which is recision investor because we see the future, sweetie is entrepreneurs and you know, every night then we say, yes, we're gonna jump in. We actually help them build that vision. And you know what, if it works and then you really have sort of the sets section of of seeing bag. Can you know seeing how entrepreneur that you've worked with for five or ten years as developed and executed than reached that vision that they have, and that's a, that's a great moment..
"hsun" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"He's basically just sounds the same. You just have to turn the volume. That's what we need is the voice from Hsun. I've, I've been watching more as marketing two hundred. I get you. We'll be asleep either way. We were special ASO market guest here today. She would like to say the alphabet of we were ladies and gentlemen mart. Simpson. Oh my God. These marches walked then. Pretty woman. He's tried the alphabet. Nope. He my God, badgen waking up to the south. Imagine the middle of the night to fall asleep to this sound. Never not quite sure what's a SM are about the. So this is what we're dealing with here. Pulse. I you guys, you guys have seen enough. So Joe more tonight, Joe? Yeah, exactly. Joe. Will you be watching that to help you sleep tonight? Absolutely not. All right. Here I hear you. That's being said you are on the scoreboard two to one Joe replied. You're excited for you. We think you're great and we think all attention the world. Let's move on to question for this is basically if you win this, you get it all. This, is it not the last question I thought question. If he wins this, he gets the dank phone. So that being said, Joe, are you ready to play. But just say. Okay. Here we go. How. Many times or has shoe nice ever had alcohol poisoning. For those of you that don't know shoe. Nice famously takes a whole bottle of booze puts it upside down, no hands and drinks it straight down to throw. I'm like a second. He's done it with handles. Okay. So has shoe nights ever had alcohol poisoning, Joe? That is the question at him a never not once. Be one time. Or c. seven times. So tough one, Joe, what do you think? What what do you, what do you feel. If they never. So good guys up. I mean, shoot ice is definitely the kind of guy that would never have ever had alcohol poisoning. It's a great guest, but is it correct? Well, Joe, let's find out. I passed out with the dabbles springs, one sixty proof. I wasn't dead. I just go to bed, but I happen to have friends over at the time and they couldn't wait me up. So they brought me to the hospital. I'm a veteran, my insurance..
Cleanfeed: remote recording and live broadcasting thats better than a double-ender
"Hi, I'm Ellen Tepper today and beyond podcasting, detailed conversation with Mark Bacchus of clean feed the online service that allows remote recording and live broadcasting that's even better than a double ender and includes built in virtual cards for prerecorded clips in the pro version. Thanks. What shooting into beyond putt, costing dot com way. We recognize that your online radio show is much more than just podcast. Your show can be broadcast live, which is not a podcast you'll show can be heard on a website which isn't a podcast either. Of course, you're online radio show can and shoot also be syndicated as a podcast by RSS where your listeners can subscribe using a standard pod catcher, or you'll shows own branded app, Android, and I o s beyond podcasting dot com. Kevin microphones interfaces, mixers, production, software recording techniques, based practices and mall. Now enjoy another episode of young podcasting dot com with your host, Alan Tipper. You're listening to be on podcasting. I'm Alan Seper in the studio in Miami, and I have Mark from somewhere in the United Kingdom. I believe from clean feed on the other end. Is that correct? Mark? It is. Okay. And we are apparently recording because it says red and the counter is moving forward. So we are now recording this conversation using clean feed that net, a wonderful web service, which I have already used for several other interviews both on beyond podcasting dot com. And also on a couple of my other shows, including copy Kwa, FM and also do rather global. So I've used it for a few different shows already, and now I'm for the first time experiencing the pro version. And that's why Mark is here to help discuss both the basic one and the pro one in all of the new pro features that have been added. That's right. As you've already found out the provisions. Allows you to quantum of stuff actually at at very high quality. And that was our intention from the very beginning to allow anyone to experience high quality audio over the nets. So a free package of of clean feed allows you to do just that to invite your guests, connect them up, and we even include a recording out of the box. They not free version of pain fade, which I think a lot of people have used, and I think found the the benefits of using the service which which I think is being great. Yes. And I would like to clarify, unlike some of the similar services that are out there which do an automatic or automated dual ender your service with clean feed does not do that. Correct. So that's right. So we send the audio around the incidents and as the GD receives it, the studio will record it. So vest person, cons of of of each type of system that the benefit of Al system is. That's what you hearing is. Exactly what you're recording. So I think unlike some other systems, you don't get the high quality audio live, which can be problematic if you're doing in something not needs that you know high quality audio. So you can actually get emphasis of of the puzzle of the of the Randall will even their emotions. So using it this way and recording it at live from the studio end means that you're capturing that live moment as it is an ethnic benefits hugely with production workflows, and you're not having to wait at the end for fall, stop load and the download. It's instant and it saves straight to the studio, and which is again, a huge benefits. It also makes clean feed appropriate for a live broadcast. Whereas all of the others that do the the automated dual ender do not exactly. And it's, you may as well full back to Skype if you're gonna do it that way. Because like I said, I thank think the o'day quality is obviously as clean as as Kane fee is live. So the other advantage of course is that we allow for money. Transmission of audio as well as stereo content. So if you go to mix, then you go to stereo output pluck the stereo output, straightens your stereo input of your of your sound, capturing device on your computer, and and if you go, you know, you've got a full by quality studio output of the incident. That's who have you want to send it. So again, we've seen great success of radio stations, for example, outdoing an outside broadcast and they can pretty much broke everything from the remote location back to the studio which is being I think re will receive. We've had no complaints, and it's been very stable. And again, the latency even on our stereo side of the platform is is being very low. So again, you know, great for live broadcasts.
Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves
"Well. No one really knows there is a new flap over, city hall over something called bait trucks to find out. What they are and what the controversy is, all about here's our Bill. Cameron they trucks are trucks filled. With virtually, is, and. Place on the open as a lure to trap thieves one was placed in, Inglewood not far from the Norfolk Southern railroad yards or been breaking it a freight containers black leaders are saying it's entrapping. Poor people but not everybody is critical listen to former cop and firefighter. Now alderman Anthony Napolitano if you're using a beat. Bay truck and you put a truck out there you're not gonna get John to citizen that. On his way to work on his way to. School runways play the park, that's going to open up the truck and feel something. Out of it you're gonna. Get the career criminal in the, career criminal is the reason why the crime. Rate is astronomical in the city of Chicago right now now you might expect former police. Superintendent now candidates remember Gary McCarthy to agree but his campaign says he has no No comment on,
"hsun" Discussed on Little Atoms
"So i think he's quite persistent and again there was another abortion and i think the guilt of abortion because it would have been a legal even though this time is on holly street she maybe maybe she really really loved him but i think i think it was there was a lot a lot that was difficult and the tire family really didn't want them to marry and yet that happened so going come along eventually your younger brother add as well and they're scenes in this book of the household when you're old young children and it say very angry and violent place yes i think i was very fearful all the time and very unwilling to do anything bad or upset my father in any way in case he would get angry but not necessarily just angers me but angry with any anyone i just went just wanted him to be happy but sean are a brother does brother found that extremely difficult to follow orders or do anything easy and so us being bee's most days and that was very hot word i think i think i felt terrified the scene in the book which i think talking about on the motorway yes we've sean tell us that story well i'm lik looking back and i'm presuming that my mother has found out that does had another factor and we're all in the car heading down to her brother who is living in england and hsun is in the car with me and my younger brother and i guess we're young we're primary school aged and shootings older and my mother's nose make good meat and sean kind of represents to her the decision she's made that she's having to mother someone who a child who's really struggling and he's struggling educationally he's struggling behaviorally and he's winding the to us up something absolutely chronic and it's a long drive and i mean she pulls into service station which didn't have any end eminence tool van or costacurta was a bleak copper and kicks you out of the car until some to hitch back to because she knows on kgo wants him in the call with us and again i the horribly guilty 'cause it's putting my crying or mike complaining that has put him out of the car.
"hsun" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And earn your place earn your place it's not a case of you just say okay i get a chance and i can i can afford three four bad games no go out show everybody that you're the best player in that position pretty good chances are you'll be buying now shit replace pats check at number one of our snow ov lack highly son leno refers to go towse level or black analysis would be once in football and this time to i think butlin hsun that he's got what it takes they the level sitting in english football and that's just an easier fit in in my opinion easy easier get fos no as well i think chuck makes very valid point i think the first two not will not leave champions league football to not play otherwise otherwise arsenal will have to kind of break their spending code right to overpay for a goalkeeper which i don't seem blacks yeah here's another let's see them i mean here same awesome side and the players live you allison livable after i'm going far put my elsewhere espn essay by tomorrow premier league action tally in the league for you join us on espn.