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"ima" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

02:51 min | Last month

"ima" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Element is going to be personalized. Your thoughts turned into multi conversation. Even things like social chat will stop to become much. lies because that's how you'll go to the bill this. report they'll coherence in compensation with us at the end, and that's that's personal to that, so it's important. Even the way that is thought to interact becomes close lowest as well not just the content that we socks for. When you say social chat. Are you talking about the the user interacting with BBC through the BIEB? Yes, but I mean so any interacting with voices. We started to get kind of areas of suicidal chats. which might be you know when you ask it for a joke? Own you ask it for a little facts. These slowly snippets that can go into a compensation. Dial the just. Continue to fly. Help locked oil moving forward so if you're trying to develop. A content discovery experience, even small Little Smith, and could be can help refine your way through discovery experience and actually end up with a piece of content. You really interested in so social dialogue is something that we think is going to be point going forward as well. So with the type of thing where you might ask for something from the be before before the assistant returned content. I might ask you a clarifying question. Yes. It might clarifying question Ima-, also you a clarifying question in a different direction that helps the Parrot Axel will renew instruction with the. You know it's interesting. The woeful thing that we've got with voice systems is this ability to some take explicit. Into what we when think about recommendations in or recommendation systems at the moment already really based on your past state history. Not really associated with the context of what she'll current that what you cover each like what's on your mind right now? And there is no better single way that we know in any transaction. So. Provide context than to just talk to somebody. They may so methods of gathering explicit. And combining with that kind of that previous data history. And also complete combining that with you know what we think is editorial in pulls. People as well. As. The fact that so this whole bunch of work around with recommendations. Alamein obviously, you have to say context around Madonna's. That will come into that as well if the device gets screen, we will video, but what we don't want. As a result, the videotape device slip doesn't scream and. I've been thinking.

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"ima" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:17 min | Last month

"ima" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Do you feel about yard signs there sure are a lot of them right now there are a lot of seeing a lot of yard signs yeah and Krista has thoughts yeah you mean yeah Chris to send us an email by the way Chris is and it's an email and said chicks on the right I'm overall the damn yard signs I'm having made that says IMA nonessential worker I got screwed during the lockdown and now have no money I mean it's fair enough I think that that's fair since everybody there are a lot of people that have yard signs that are like a hero lives here and as so and so lived here and I'm I just have one that just says I know okay mom lives here you know just see what happens definitely don't want to say a check on the right Lynne zero don't do house somebody will like fire bomb my house right that's not a good idea and don't call attention to that now I do I am with you like I did some of our excessive the only ones that I'm like you know what that's fine and that's good are the ones for kids that are like happy graduation yeah I mean like that for a offer that the more attention that can be put on the kids that are getting deprive your writing deprived of their actual graduations and their ceremonies in the proms and all the stuff that they should have had yeah that's who I feel really bad for me I feel totally bad for them let's talk about people being fat for a minute we both got another short that's super people on there the reason that this is that we're bringing this up is because we've got a couple different stories couple different angles about out women in particular being overweight and the intention that's put on them if you could tell brought all the sap yeah Adele I mean I don't think she meant necessarily to have started drying conversation but she did because she recently lost a hundred pounds which is a lot good for her that's like a person yeah she lost a whole person and a shitty person yeah true she lost like a child for yeah totally but in any case she has always been absolutely stunning yeah more just gorgeous woman no matter what her weight has been she's just blessed genetically to be a very attractive woman yeah but whatever you know she's been working out like crazy she's been on a very restrictive diet apparently and she's worked really really hard at losing a lot of yeah and she looks amazing like she is a lot I mean cheat when you lose a hundred pounds you're gonna look drastically different than you did before totally some people are noticing it people are talking about it and Sharon Osborne is also someone this is Ozzy Osbourne's wife she is also someone who used to be quite happy and then a long time ago she also lost a lot of weight and has stayed slender for most of her life yeah and so she's been talking about the reaction that has happened as a result of Adele's weight loss because there's a lot of people who are like people shouldn't say that she looks good now because she looked good before and that just is fat shaming how she used to love yet makes fat people feel bad about themselves right well she didn't do it to make fat people feel bad about themselves she did it because she wanted to not be fat anymore right he worked really hard work really hard because it's hard to lose weight yeah and so I think it's appropriate when people notice you know I mean like I don't think she would be upset by people noticing the fact that she worked hard to get healthy and fit it's hard for people to lose weight and it's hard for really skinny people who are genetically skinny to gain weight yeah so Sharon Osborne now I've been really curious I haven't checked to see what the backlash has been yet but I expect that there will be some because she said out loud and she was talking about her own weight loss experience that she thinks that when women are overweight but claimed to be happy in their bodies that they are lying yeah she thinks that their line and she said that out loud which means that there's going to be back right yeah so she said and I quote this is on her talk show she said when these women say that they're really happy in their body I don't believe them my body was really really big but I was not happy sure on the surface but at night in bed alone I was very unhappy yeah he said and she believes that that's true of most women that are carrying around a whole big bunch extra weight and she said that she would she said that she I guess made people feel safe with her like man would never hit on her and then women felt safe with her because she wasn't like a you know I guess I guess she didn't make them feel weird about themselves you know and like other fat women would gravitate towards her and she made friends with with women who are heavier and so she just talked about the whole dynamic about being overweight and it was different then and so I you know listen it is what it is you can say what she wants to say right but I think that she's probably gonna get a lot more backlash that and say valor Nelly well because Valerie Bertinelli who you may remember from such things as one day at a time and from being banned from being married to Eddie Van Halen now she's on like cooking shows I think okay yeah like Food Network stuff or whatever she just turned sixty apparently a couple weeks ago right yes she does but she was also a bit I think she's doing a interview for people and she was also talking about her own struggles with gaining weight and losing weight and always always always being so hyper focused on trying to be thinner and prettier and it for her it started with the teacher apparently in fifth grade who actually patted her on the stomach and said you need to keep an eye on that yeah fifth grader it was a male teacher said that switch yeah that's gonna leave a mark it's gonna leave a huge mark I so I can imagine where she would have problems about her whole life yeah okay and when she was on one day at a time she was in her teens and she was even she recalls that even then a while she was on that show she was constantly made to feel like she needs to lose a few right I want to mention in the industry that people do that and she said in two thousand nine when she's about to turn forty nine out of your member ID remember that I remember that people magazine she was in that green string bikini as she had worked really hard really only found weight loss she lost much away she's working out like crazy and she was on the cover of people magazine every like high ceilings okay she looked fantastic yeah but she says that there's actually a whole mix of emotions when she looks back at the cover she says she feels both pride and shame pride because she worked really really hard but also shame that that was her focus right and then she was so wrapped up in her own appearance yet he didn't deal with the mental stuff right and so now she says that her you know now that she's turned sixty now she's determined to do the work the mental and emotional work that ties along with the relationship she believes that she has with food and she's finding inspiration from you know some of these I guess body image what what positivity to body positivity all that yeah that spokespeople for that if you well Ashley Graham who's the plus size model Lizzo who of course is constantly talking about so she's her shape he's on the different side of the the appointment right then Sharon Osborne which I thought there they're just two very different people valley right now Valerie Bertinelli's like I'm fine with you I am I want to be okay with you I am if I have a couple extra pounds I'm cool with that Sharon Osbourne site now right I want to be done yeah because I bet if if you were to ask for an Osborne what she thinks about Lizzo for example who is constantly shoving her entire body in everybody's faces yeah tell you how proud she is of her weight and how much of it there is Sharon was a lie yeah she's miserable on the outside doing this is cover she doesn't really feel good about ourselves so and I don't I mean listen there's not it if you would've asked Adele back in the day when she was happier she probably would have said I'm perfectly comfortable yes size I'm happy the way I am but I'm curious to know now I would be nice to hear from her or just somebody I don't know in the next year or two years or even five or ten years from now who knows where she'll be right yeah it'll be interesting to hear her talk on this subject yeah yeah and yet what will she say about where she was where she went verses where she went I mean that's the thing you know because a lot of people can say yeah I totally feel hundred percent fine with exactly how I am and then they work really hard to lose weight yeah and then now all of a sudden you're not supposed to say anything more just let everybody be who they want to be and shut up about here's a thought that'll never happen in the celebrity world right that will never happen hi good not just quick note about Papa John because if you haven't you guys if you have not seen the pictures the tech talks because now he's joined tectonic because because well yeah he is now putting out tick tocks to show off his crib and his eleven million dollar mansion in Kentucky all this is scary you guys it just goes to show you the money cannot buy taste well I mean the outside of it's really pretty the inside of it has like a like you walk into the foyer the grand foyer and it's grand but it has like mating is sculpture of like meeting eagles it's Jain Norma's says it's a clock so it's got some functionality okay but it is just hideous thing like an apple watch it's not showing enough right it's going to be given to you and there's like all these like maroon heavy drapes right like golden brown and gold a lot of gold and a lot of like big heavy doors and it's it's absolutely yeah a monstrosity it's pretty gaudy it's it's pretty gaudy but you know I mean it's it's big right it's big go big or go home for him so there you go exactly all right we have talk about Gretchen your favorite person correction no I stay tuned for that total.

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Ripple Races While Bitcoin Builds

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:10 min | 3 months ago

Ripple Races While Bitcoin Builds

"What's going on in the markets? Well let me just tell you this shot now yesterday. Let Me Tell. You about Sarah. Yesterday I was Mr Kane shots families. Bright bitcoin breakout tries to a three or four. There was setting up a white white wanted. A out of the work or did this did that. I was doing this thing then. Went right up of mental health. Cut Off Thomas usually like full thirty five o'clock I gotta get out of the House of the mind. I'll just jump in the car and I drive drive down abundant and sit in the car and look at the beach and often. I'll just sit there and listen to radio program that I like to listen to on the news and yet just psych up inside of the car Ima quarantines behind still a bit of a ton and as it turned out yesterday the tried that had a stall pretty much triggered and look back on my hip on. We're GONNA have ended always happens and Monterey obeyed so close to the level pretty much all day and then all of a sudden it went through then. There was a boost up so pulled bucket for cradle white for cradle. That's what I want. I want to get a cradle. And Lo and behold the the booster went one to one and those that took the prophet pretty quickly. I was watching watching always whiting. I didn't know getting any tries on magic yesterday but there was money to be made but today it is a new day and you know what this is part of being tried. Sometimes you doesn't have anything chose day. Great not much volatility but still managed to pull a percent and a half out of the market right. And if I don't do anything else this week but still had a good week. Still Good Wig at one point. Five percent not massive. No Huge Week. But as a prophet. I'm cool with that today. Let's see what we've got. Yes say one opportunity. I didn't get it the day before. Absolutely nothing at all to date today. It's all about two died bitcoin. Six thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. We still crab walking. We have got ourselves into consolidation wrought now grinding it out and I wanna say a break a really Simon's yesterday guys six nights seven me above six nights so if I give you seven thousand and on will be going out all dollars back in two big I had sold off one third of my bitcoin as the markets. Were fooling just to make sure that I was hedged dwell on my portfolio. I'm going to lose money on that. But that's okay because that was my responsible plant stuck to it. So why did you save? We break above there. I'll be getting back in that consolidation on Bitcoin's looking ready JC. I just wish I had a perfect flat level but thankfully I've got other opportunities in other markets right now for a look at the two shot on big haunch. I spoke to yesterday for anybody. The twist on Youtube so if you're not on Straw to my youtube channel as going to be a lot more content coming at the. Nfl never got more time. I will be putting a lot more free content on Youtube as well. You know at try to call on twitter and fully Craig called on my facebook if you want to keep in contact there as well so two days not looking bearish at the moment which is good. The markets are primed as far as I'm concerned for potential move higher where point one percent on Bitcoin as it stands. The theory was at one point. Zero six percent at one thirty seven dollars and twenty to censor things very slow meandering consolidation. Not much more. Say they're EXA pay? Oh Wow EXA pay. Is this the leader of the market? I can see Rawdon. When did that actually brush? It's broken up in the last hour or sorry. Xl pays now six point two two percent really clearing out of that little consolidation that it was a really really nauseous looking brighter. And did I miss an opportunity? I did there was an actual. Bitcoin bracket their bothe- action on the one hour But you can't have everything will talk. Let's be honest and the taunt that broke for May. This would be perfect for my friends in the Northern Hemisphere those view in in the UK Europe and in the states that broadcast at six. Am this morning and look as much as I do like to get up early in the morning at the moment. I don't really see the need so I didn't get up early and I wasn't there to try six. Am WHOOPS THAT GUY? So it's up six point two three percent of one. Sort seventeen cents. Bitcoin cash twenty two hundred twenty six dollars. Forty five cents. We are up two point. Five percent rotten habit resistance coming in their thirty one spot. Fifteen level is the same level of looking at for a while that resistance east still that Bass Vaidya only top ten token or coin. That he's down one. Seventy two and eight cents down point three eight of a percent pretty crappy looking to lock coin consolidating. So still were at one point. One seven percent thirty nine dollars and seventy two cents else is next on the list. Their resistance is pretty average right now forty mark. I'm not interested in that Toodle thirty currently up one point one of a percent. But it's another one that has broken hired this could be. These could be the latest all the market today. Barnett's five point two percent at twelve dollars and ninety three cents. It has broken to new highs on that four hour turnover be looking at that sedate cod donald that consolidation still thirty cents looking really taty in fact the market. If I can get one more test on that resistance in sorry I'll be looking to get in on the. Bitcoin breakout with sitting at three cents. Flat UP TWO POINT. Two four percent theory classic Half a percent of five dollars and five cents Not the best consolidation to round out the top ten. We're GONNA hit up trauma up three point two three percent and trying with all its mind to push higher. We've got some NAS shot. Structure Coming into these breakout points. Now Ladies and gentlemen we've got a very good day upon us and think well I shouldn't think that I think I just try what I say but I'm pretty happy to what what I'm saying. The monarch hopeful that we do get some Trading conditions today consolidation. That usually breakout with a bit of flying power and push and hopeful that today is going to see the

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Harnessing the Power of Stem Cells with Christopher Kennedy, President at Elixell Therapeutics

Outcomes Rocket

11:56 min | 3 months ago

Harnessing the Power of Stem Cells with Christopher Kennedy, President at Elixell Therapeutics

"I WANNA welcome Christopher and Chris if you can Say Hi and fill in any other blanks of the intro. That may be. I may have missed that. You want to educate the listeners. Great thank you for hosting this morning and I and I look forward to a really good discussion. Yes so exciting. Time for us here in Kansas City as you mentioned Our offices actually at the Bio Science and Technology Center that's Housed on Kansas University Medical Center campus here in Kansas City. Kansas so this area is essentially set up perfectly for collaborative organization like ourselves. We're really trying to pull in best in class. Researchers best in class practices when it comes to the laboratories themselves the clinical work excited or and so we feel like. We're kind of in a hub here in Kansas City. Even though sometimes we don't think of the midwest of being a hub of innovation. Things are changing here in Kansas City. So I'm excited to represent the the eulex style therapeutic specifically but in the greater community as well. Well I think it's awesome and Christopher the work that is happening outside of those traditionally thought of focal centers like Francisco or Boston or where a lot of the effort seem to be happening. There's more happening in in the flyover states and being in Chicago. Lot happening here. That maybe doesn't always hit the radar so. I'm glad you're plugging in the word for your neck of the Woods Casey. So what exactly inspires your work in healthcare. Yeah so just before we move onto that question saw just kind of highlight what you just mentioned there Interestingly enough we have thirteen patents and our Ip actually comes from the Towers Institute which is based here in Kansas City. And before I moved to the area I also was not as aware of the great technologies that have come out of this particular geography but the Stars Institute for for listeners. That aren't familiar with. It is a global research institute. It's a six hundred thousand square foot facility here in Kansas City. And this is one of the first license out license technologies. That has come out of there. That eulex therapeutics has the privilege of working on. But Yeah it's to your point as well. I mean I grew up in the Chicago area. Also another great hub of innovation and ironically on this project that I'm working with there's actually a Chicago footprint as well as a Kansas City footprint. So yeah more than ever my wave in the Midwest flag so love it represents you get to your question about what inspires healthcare. I I find it interesting when I think of your title so outcomes rocket my career has been really focused on patient outcomes and I I love the term. I know that it's probably becoming more and more use potentially over using some regards now on the healthcare circle but I love it because it really aligns with a scoreboard right like a performance scoreboard where we at and where we going and he looks. Therapeutics was constructed on the premise of we can go further when it comes to stem cells particularly the advanced themselves sciences and when. I say themselves from our perspective. I'm talking about poetics. Themselves with adult stem cells versus the embryonic stem cells. That are in the media today so H. SC's are the focus for us because there is so much potential around the therapeutic side of what can be in the future in a lot of our umbilical cord banks throughout not just the US but worldwide and so- outcomes are clearly are focused. Here's walls. We feel that we can utilize a new technologies to really impact the patient at the bedside here in the near future. Yeah that's interesting and appreciate the differentiation there. Christopher what would you say? The business is doing specifically to add value to the healthcare ecosystem. Help US diving deeper and understand what the value prop is. Yeah and I think. This is a benefit to watching a company in twenty twenty to be frank right that we've been able to capitalize maximize the opportunities that exist. Now you mentioned earlier on the intro. Some of the work that I had done the telemedicine virtual care space and never. Is that more important in. Today's I think clinical time but also when it comes to clinical research so we're global organization and we have ties to Asia Europe. And then of course here in the US but our researchers are really in a full term of collaborative research together. And so we've cut down. I think a lot of the time. Line that traditionally this taken to get all the parties set up and ready to go when I come. You know for clinical work for example or just on a project in general and working with academic institutions large research institutions like the University of Chicago or Kansas University of Kansas and being able to transition Ip out and then get the research up and running is really been something that we focused on early on and successfully. I feel that we are implementing that and the proof point of that right. The outcome of what I just mentioned would be our scientific advisory board so traditionally in my experience. The Scientific Advisory Board for Big Pharma Small Pharma Biotech Med device and all of those spaces is very critical in the direction organization. Takes but just on our scientific advisory board. We've got six globally world-renowned research academic type Individuals who I think in years past without the you know. The advent of some of our current technologies would have taken a lot longer to get together and working on the same project so institutions like Penn. Yeah we have University of Chicago Ball University of Indiana researchers from University of Kansas. That I mentioned earlier Stars Institute all sitting on our advisory board and it allows for us to cut down the time it takes potentially to have a novel concept or an idea in them tested on the laboratory taxi tested in our early clinical phase. To See if it's viable or not and then to get feedback from a global perspective from the SAB. The Scientific Advisory Board has been instrumental. So the right now. We know the to pass. The Ron have the best chance to reach their outcome at the end for patients. Love it so if you think about what makes what you and the company does different and better than what available today. What is it so let's talk about the technology rising when to that ASPECT OF HSE STEM CELL? Topic is big. And there's essentially what I feel some sort of a race going on for getting technology into the marketplace that allows us to really recognize all of the stem cell opportunities within Belco cords themselves. Right so just says as a layman that I was entering into this project really understanding of the D. N. A. M. R. N. A. Aspect of of how life is working and uncovering the researchers that we have the privilege to interact with on our team published a really important and I would definitely classify this as a breakthrough paper and this was specific to and cell research the suppression of success a reader. Which is the White Dwarf to that? We're focused on under these. This category of an fix a reader and six say reader modulators essentially an expression of of Mres right so when we talk about DNA and the communication channels within cells. There's a communication that happens that really specific to stem cell fate determination. And what we've done is uncovered that with whites. Hdf to Professor Lynne. Hanley in Schwann. He both uncovered the fact that when you knock out whites. Hdf to all of the sudden we start to see a really successful stem cell expansion so one becomes two to become a three and so on and so forth and this stem cell expansion allows us to take potential biblical cord banks that are out there today and really go head into the challenge of having limited cells that are available and these banks. So you have all these blood cord banks that are out there. But the issue is both uncovering the actual cells themselves. So how many cells are stored right within the blood cord and then getting them so that we can have more of them essentially and what we're learning now on what's going on in our lab is how do we use this white T H D of. Two knockout or blocking mechanism to then help those cells. We already have in a bank expand and they'd be more therapeutically viable for diseases. Let's talk about oncology. For example where one of our first pipeline products is currently underway. Also from an orthopedic application when you think about cartilage regeneration so stem cells and set them themselves allow us to have the potential to really impact in a really large number of different disease states. And I think we're on the cutting edge of being able to recognize how powerful discoveries like this can be and that's our big differentiation. Salt as you know and my stays being a part of an early stage biotech. We pivot often. So we're we're starting right now. We've already moved a few places to the left or to the right to get to our early clinical work but that's our differentiation. Today is definitely the publication that kind of expresses what we're doing under why Tgif to interesting and so appreciate you you're honing in on that Whitey HD F two and it's basically this isn't my specialty but it's a protein right that basically encodes a gene and potentially is responsible for some of the diseases. Were seeing cancer will. What we know is. The setback forced themselves their piece today. Is it's hard to get the volume of a number of cells and into the correct location. Potentially do their job. And because of that that limitation. It's almost a self limitation of pure numbers. Race is on to find out well. How do we unlock the potential for those souls that we currently have banked become more and so when you block white t? Hdf to their allows in a particularly in the actual article that was published by Lynne. Hanley and Sean. He led the more than tenfold increase and the bench. So big you're looking and then when you look at measuring evidence no you can't no it is a From a scientific terminology standpoint. It's an say reader. But there's a modulation aspect of that right because these in Marin as when you essentially modify or work with the actual Ima- reader than the the results can happen like we're seeing in this clinical work. Now we still have more more work to do on this front right. And so that's where research is currently going on and the human element of things but in the animal models It's really impressive. And so where we sit today were versus where we'll sit even twelve. Eighteen months from now is exciting and every day. We're looking at Trends right and so I feel like you know again back to our term outcomes. That's the common language between layman like ourselves. That aren't biochemist right or molecular biologist and for us to hang in conversations with our backgrounds on more the business side of healthcare we all can agree upon is. What are the outcomes that we're looking for in the clinical work in what our objectives are overall? And so we've done that. I think successfully Here in the early stages to kind of keep us on track and also we've been very very fortunate to sit on University of Kansas medical centers. Campus where we are working with. It's called Ami if you're here locally but it's Institute for Advancing Medical Innovation at Ku and this group is essentially a gold standard for what we've been talking about in this call so so far and that is taking best in class practices and taking a true collaborative approach to getting something that was discovered in a laboratory getting through clinical trial work. And then. Really getting out to patient bedside. Where it's driving these outcomes so I think that's been refreshing for me to see not just like the theory of how do you launch a biotech company but then to actually being a place where these resources already set up and it's really helping our

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The Shaanxi Earthquake - January 23, 1556

This Day in History Class

03:10 min | 5 months ago

The Shaanxi Earthquake - January 23, 1556

"The day. He was January. Twenty third fifteen fifty six. A huge earthquake hit Shansi Province in northern China. It's believed to be the deadliest birth quake in recorded history the earthquake struck Shaanxi and the neighboring province of SCIENC- early that morning the pronunciations of those two who provinces are very similar and have slight tonal differences. So I'm probably getting them wrong but I'm going to go with it. The earthquake is estimated to have been a magnitude eight on the moment magnitude scale. It's not the strongest earthquake ever recorded but it caused great destruction in the region the area where or it hit was heavily populated. IM- buildings were not constructed with earthquakes in mind. The quake caused ground fissures substance and landslides. Hides it destroyed. Mountains caused flooding and caused fires villages near the epicenter. Were completely destroyed. The disaster is believed leave to have reduced the population of Shansi and Shaanxi. By around sixty percent. The epicenter of the earthquake is recorded as being in the Way River Valley Ali inside C. Province near the CDs of why Shean way nine and high in but damage was recorded as much as three hundred miles or five hundred kilometers away. From the epicenter in some places crevices as deep as sixty feet. Were carved out of the earth. An estimated estimated eight hundred thirty thousand people died in the disaster. That said this number could be too high or too low. Monuments were also lost in the disaster. The small wild goose pagoda built around seven. Oh nine lost around six feet in height. Many of the artifacts Imas delay forest in Entira were damaged or destroyed including works from a collection called a tongue stone classics the tongue. Stone classics are a group of Chinese. Works that were engraved on one hundred. Fourteen stone tablets. Dozens of those tablets were broken and the earthquake aftershocks continued for half a year. After the Shaanxi earthquake many survivors were injured in the disaster or had no shelter. Many people in the region previously live in. y'All dogs a type hype of Earth. Shelter carved out of a hillside

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Ben Lerner: The Topeka School

Bookworm

09:29 min | 6 months ago

Ben Lerner: The Topeka School

"I Michael Silver Blunt this bookworm and I'm pleased to have is my guest today. Ben Lerner whose most recent novel is the Topeka School. He's also a poet and SAS His first book leaving the coaches station was recommended to me by John. Ashbery and I read it immediately. radiantly and I've read everything. Since the second novel was called Teno four and now the Topeka school there was an an essay that preceded the spoke about debating and it revealed to me that perhaps the first two books leaving the Atocha station and ten. Oh four our IMA debate at any rate some kind of conversation conversation with one another and that now the debate has moved into one volume can talk to me about the yeah. That's really that's an interesting way to look at it. I mean leaving the station kind of narrator the young narrator is incredibly distrustful of language and basically tells all kinds of lies some comics some Tragic comic in order to try to present himself to others. But certainly languages technology of obfuscation and That's that's certainly one of the things you can learn and debate is kind of weaponized eloquence. That's designed to conceal an antenna four. You're right that the movement is towards the kind of seeking out possibilities of authentic language even with a commercialized and militarized vocabulary or whatnot. And now the Topeka schools rules kind of the Prequel to those different type to both strains of language and Adam Gordon in the second book the search for sincerity or authenticity seemed to point toward a humanism that the book didn't may be entirely believe Huger and so the book is marked by acts of generosity Enron city and kindness. Adam Gordon is he the hero of both previous books. Yeah it's funny. I mean there's a little bit of a slippage between the first and second in that the narrator of the second novel is to a certain degree the narrator of the first novel so it's like the fictional avatar Dr and leaving the station. Then you get the author of the Fictional Avatar. Who still not quite me? And the second and the third you Kinda Really Adam Gordon. But it's basically continuous tenuous. Is it in some way trilogy. I think very much as a trilogy. That's the way I thought that. Yes and but also pardon me a hit galleon trilogy ending in a kind of synthesis with in the Topeka School I've thought an act of sensitivity and generosity that saves the writer from any accusations. You might still have that. He's the guy who went to Spain to write a poem about in Spanish poetry Wong liking none of it at all so that kind of arrogance seems to be drained from the Topeka school. Yeah I mean I think the I think of it as a trilogy in which the third turn the Topeka. School is kind of the unconscious of the the other two books. So that there's a way in which you know Adam Adam Gordon in the first novel like when he tells this lie about his mom beam in dead in order to get the sympathy of an attractive stranger also in order to kind of test out the thing. He's most afraid of that. That has a prehistory by virtue of reading reading the Topeka's score that makes that a more nuanced and complicated event Ben Lerner. My guest is the author of three novels which which as they appeared looked this continuous leaving. The station is the first the second is ten. Oh four which is a significant time. In what is the name of that movie was in back to the future. That's tr- it's the moment. Lightning hits the Clock Tower which which sends ends the delorean back to the future and time the past and the future and it's merging are are important here in Topeka school. The threat to consciousness is not growing up that there's a kind of sometimes called boy. Man sometimes called lost boy. He's given italicized is space in the novel. He's what any of US might be. If we fail to be able to encompass us are fuller human nature. Yes was this a fear. Yeah well in the in the Topeka school. There's this guy dare ran right who's often referred to as the man child and in a way. He's the total opposite of Adam Gordon because he doesn't have any of the resources sources he's in a way. The novel doesn't specify developmentally delayed. He doesn't have the privileges Adam has he certainly doesn't have the language but on the other hand he's really linked don't and it kind of symmetry without him Gordon in part because this guy dare ends psychologist is Adams Dad. So there's a kind of weird fraternity. They are Adam. Can't know this of course wouldn't have been information. His father would have shared but also because they're both totally dominated by the desire to pass as quote unquote real men and and they're locked in a kind of adolescent masculine terror about About whether or not they're going to be found out to be one in that regard hard and there's a way in which that kind of anxiety about being a man child or not growing up or not being able to inhabit your life and language without irony is continuous across the books. Although Darren's body will age his mind stays the age it was when he he was so to speak arrested. And even he is becomes aware of this deficiency. It's right he's the most teased he used and ridicule of more children. And then the other horrible thing happens. People decide to befriend him and he can't tell so when they're being friendly when they're being manipulative and when they're laughing behind his back that's right and Adam He's our hero but he's not a lost boy but he graduates to become a nerd. Yeah Well Adam is involved in this torturous ensemble of practices to try to pass as a real man that involves trying to somehow. Oh it once to to kind of his debate stardom back kind of linguistic combat At once in some kind of keeping with the household values of talk in in an election that come from his psychologist parents but on the other hand it's supposed to be a kind of weaponized speech that can enable him to be tough enough and the masculine culture that that's around him. I make one other Darren and Adam that links them. That's maybe interesting in this regard. Is You know. They're both also in their way kind of poets wits. They're they're they're tellers of tall tales. Who believe in the magical incantatory power of language which is something all children believe in like in a way? If if I just say one place this novel came out of. Its from that that thing. When you're a kid I don't know if you had this when you were a kid? Which is win if you go to like a teacher? Because you've been teased seized mercilessly on the playground. And you say so. and So said this about me. They they would arm you with the spell the sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. I was always fascinated me. Turn it of which also appears here. I'm rubber you're Google and whatever you say bounces off me and sticks back on you. That's right and those two in a way. Those are the two urban poems in this book because one of the things. That's fascinating about those sayings Is that their very existence. disproves them right. I mean if sticks and stones for the only thing you had to fear. You wouldn't need a week. Spell the cast back against the insults in both Adam and Darren are people who believe in spells. And that's a kind of you know that's that's another kind of childish belief. Leave the capacity of language but as Adam ages he also believes that you know speech acts have material effects like he carries that that into an adulthood and part he can set out with that belief because he s these other avenues of language and writing.

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"ima" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

04:39 min | 7 months ago

"ima" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"K.? So guys like I'm GonNa end this little rambler here and let you know online fitness coach. That if you do not have paying clients who do not have a business so of your business coach or somebody that you hired has not helped you get paying clients than they haven't helped you do shit. It doesn't matter how much learned about the online training game it doesn't matter How cool your website is? If you do not have pain clients you do not have a business and you will continue to work somewhere else period and so the only metric that you should use to measure success in a business. Coaching program is. How many paying clients has this content delivered? It's really cool if like the coach is awesome. And he's well known but like unless you have paying clients clients you do not have a business and there's another little rant that I'm going to throw in here at the end because There are some business coaches that will actually give you all of the meal. Plans is an all of the work of programs to give to your clients which means as an online trainer. You don't have to do shit. You literally pay them their fee and they give you like hundreds of meal. Plans and Training Programs Cer- free for you to give your clients. I also think this is super fucking grimy because I honestly believe if you don't know how to do meal plans and training programs. You shouldn't be in finish coach. So there's business coaches that are like charging your hi fi giving you all these meal plans and training programs. And they're just putting a bunch of shitty coaches on the market and again. I just completely disagree with that. So so if you're an online fitness coach I've had on Finnish coaches on the program are on the phone with me. And they're like man. I really want to build a successful only fitness business and like cool like what's your experience I can like. I've never worked worked out before or a you know. I've been working for a year. I've never coached anyone and I don't know how to write nutrition plans. I'm like sweet. I'm not the coach for you because I don't WanNa put shitty coaches on the market so I'm not GonNa take your money money and give you one hundred different meal plans like unless you know how to completely transform. Somebody's life I don't want you to my program. So business coaches are selling the goodies with selling all the programs with all the meal plans attorney frank programs included. And I literally think that's Wack. I think that there's a bunch of people out there that are just putting shitty coaches on the market. So that's it rant over I appreciate you tuning. Obviously you can tell them pretty heated so guys if you're an online fitness coach and you're looking to grow your business understand like every single a business coach that you talk to wants your money period. That's just how it works. That's business coaching. Some business coaches will actually give value in return for that money and when I say value I'm I'm not talking about how to build a website or how to build a blog or how to build your email list when I say value. I'm talking about clients in your program. Some business coaches will actually teach. You GotTa get clients in your program. It doesn't matter how much you've learned about online training or how you know how cool this person is or how awesome their program was if you don't have paying clients your business. Coaching Program Suck. It didn't work right so do your research don't buy the first facebook ad that you see if you're looking at gross successful on this business don't like don't because somebody's on your facebook spoke every day doesn't mean they're a good business coach. Sometimes that means they're good at sales marketing. which doesn't mean that? They're gonNa be good at teaching you how to do the same thing right. So do your research. It's likely that you'll get duped unless you actually look into the person that you're that you're looking into and if you've been duped by business coach if you've done a business coaching program like didn't work out for you have so many clients finds it like I've gone through the same thing like my client. Attached to start chest ski literally paid Eighteen Thousand Dollars for a mentor. That wasn't working jumped into my program and in four weeks. She made ten grand. So like if you've been duped I get it semi demon like let me know what happens that I can help you. Overcome some of the obstacles one of my clients here Lee hair invested two thousand dollars a month into mentor for like six months straight and God zero clients join programming made six canes. I if you've been duped I've like I've dealt with clients that have been do before and I know what that process looks like like. I've also been in on my coach for four years so I'm not like pulling this out of my ass like I actually understand how the process works. So thank you so much for tuning finished coach. If you've got value to this podcast he thought this was is hilarious. Feel free to share this on your instagram story. In the month of December. I'm going to be giving away a thousand dollars. Cash one on my trainer. That's listening to this podcast and sharing it on their story Tagliabue That's it for now guys. Thank you so much for tuning in this is the change is make money on the podcast. Hopefully got some value. And I'll talk to you next up. So hey if you're brand new here. Thank you again again for spending your valuable time. I really appreciate it. I truly do respect your time and value for you. So if you're brand new listener again thank you for checking out the show and don't forget you can grab your what copy of the book. How my clients make ten thousand dollars a month with instagram stories over instagram? All you gotTa do is the market that you listened to the podcast. Be Sure to join me on the that next episode at base against someone who spent time to me. I look forward to catch you on. The next episode of change is make money the online trader podcast.

Lawsuit blames Tiger Woods for drunken driver's death

Mac and Gaydos

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Lawsuit blames Tiger Woods for drunken driver's death

"Golfing legend. Tiger Woods is facing a wrongful death lawsuit. He was a wonderful, son. The family of twenty four year olds nNcholas IMAS burger who worked as a bartender at woods. It's Florida restaurant. Nell filing. A wrongful death lawsuit against the fifteen time major winner. He's girlfriend Erika Hermann who works as general manager and the restaurant alleging IMAS burger was served alcohol to severe occasion than crashed his car and died in the accident last December woods was not at the restaurant that night, but the family's lawyers allege woods was aware of his addiction alcohol and say IMAS burgers. Blood alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit when he

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Tiger Woods And Emma discussed on Chad Hartman

Chad Hartman

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods And Emma discussed on Chad Hartman

"Tiger Woods is being sued. And this lawsuit is part of a larger human problem. Our own inability or unwillingness to take personal responsibility for our own actions. Lawsuit says tiger the restaurant manager and the restaurant employees. All new Emma's burger wasn't alcoholic. And they all knew they should not have served him on top of that. The lawsuit says tiger and his girlfriend were drinking with MS burger just a few nights before the accident. And also that employees and managers at the woods. New IMAS burger attended and alcohol. It's anonymous meeting the night before the accident a lawsuit. Tiger Woods hit

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"ima" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"ima" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"You can find it wherever you get your podcasts. Asian philosophy in story form. We're back. So we tend to think of our DNA is is being safe from the winter. I would think you know, I had not really thought about this previously. I mean, you tend to think of your DNA is being safe from pretty much everything except you know, that which would cause mutations. Maybe maybe you're not safe from cosmic rays. Maybe you're not safe from x Ray bombardment, but you are at least safe from the seasons down in your very DNA. But no, it turns out our DNA while the basic genome does not tend to change the way, it's expressed does tend to change based on a lot of different factors. And I'll explain what that means in a minute. So a twenty fifteen study in nature communications found that roughly twenty three percent of the genes found in human white blood cells and adipose tissue change, their expression, depending on the change in seasons. Now, if you if you've. Read about this before you might have seen headlines like your DNA changes in the winter that maybe you know, if you're being generous that could be thought of as correct, but it could also meeting misleadingly implied that the the literal code of the genome is altered right? And that's not the case. So we should explain the difference between the genome itself, gene expression, your genes are sequences of DNA code found in the cells in your body and the genes generally don't change unless there's a mutation. What changes is the expression of individual genes in gene expression? Whenever you hear, gene expression. You can sort of think of that as jeans doing something, gene expression is when the code inside. A gene is chemically translated into a product like a protein or a string of are in a usually a protein that does something inside the body. And gene expression is how the Gino makes things happen. So if there are changes in. Which jeans get expressed and win this leads to changes in the body. Yeah. I often think about this and about the EPA genetic changes in general as being kind of like the settings and video game particularly in a simulation game. We have all these various realism toggles you can switch on and off and they all to affect how the game manifest to the player. Yeah. Or you can think about I mean to follow the video game analogy another way you could think of it as the code of the video game does not change that like the programming code that creates the game is set, but different parts of it are executing at different times. And so the expression is sort of like the execution of a line of code. So what's the chemical basis for gene expression will genes are expressed when they get exposed to another chemical called messenger or in a or ima- Rene and the Marin a reads, the code and the jeans and uses it to set off a process that creates proteins that lead to changes within and between cells. So the question then would be how come ima- Rene isn't constantly reading all of our genes at once all the time and setting off these these coaching creating processes all the time. Well, here's one reason. There are tons of genes inside a cell nucleus of eukaryotic organism and the body fits them in there by coiling them tightly around alkaline proteins called his stones. Now, if you've seen a picture of this before you it's often compared to beads along a string kind of what it looks like the DNA associates very easily with the stones because the DNA is negatively charged the historians or positively charged and gene from this coiled strand of DNA that Kohl's around the history gets expressed when it picks up a metal marker, which makes it loosen from the historic core. And once it loosens an unquote, the DNA can match up with him are in a and then undergo exp. Russian, which as we said generally means making proteins, which means something is happening. So all kinds of triggers lead to changes in gene expression, which genes are sort of like being brought forth to manufacture their will on the world. One example, it's been shown in a lot of context that some gene expression changes occur over the natural day night cycle in the morning..

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'Black Ops 4' PS4 Beta Analysis: Long On Pretty, Short On Performance

The Giant Beastcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

'Black Ops 4' PS4 Beta Analysis: Long On Pretty, Short On Performance

"Although I did play a little of the black ops for beta. Beata beta, would you. I may be only play like seven or eight matches. I'm kind of into it. I, they're doing all the the, the sort of classes again, like the character classes. So like I was really into this one, she's called Saraf just got that. Like one shot kill revolver kinda weapon. Okay. Like earned that throughout the match, you basically fill up that meter and then a triggers, and then you're allowed to use it for a limited period of time. I don't know much about where blobs for is is basically just a direct continuation of three. I honestly don't fucking now. Okay. It's so like hyper future warfare. Okay. But also not because no jet packs or fucking any of that, right. So there's none of that, but you know, you are like some of the people are robots. I think anyway, it's just to me. It's just like kind of like it's not totally out of control, like advance warfare, sort of stuff like Alexander with with the. Onyx and all the wall running and shit like that. Even though that was in three, like three of the woman. Or has. Yeah, we're taking it back to the ground. Yeah. Is there going to be wall running? And everyone goes. There was no, there wasn't dug in wall running. He'd be honest, but eight video game. No, I enjoyed what I played. There's a couple of new things that jumped out. You also get one of the perks is a stint. We get all your health back to stem. A little like stab yourself with medicine. I Gotcha. Which I thought was kind of neat and you know, because sometimes very rarely, but sometimes you can get shot a few times have your health and there's a health meter now which I don't think that's ever been a time to go as much longer feels like eight. Yeah. So you can, you know, kind of duck and cover and use a stem and get your all your health back. Otherwise you do need health packs of their health. Masol. The math there is no recharging house. Of ima where, but the, you know, maybe it will recharge if you don't get hit again in two percent. Yeah, I'm making up played enough to great. We're really, really. I thought the some of the maps were very uninspired. A lot of like just not really doing it for me. Cookie cutter is supposed to be kind of greatest hits in terms of some of the maps are including I, there was no like reruns. You what, what. Maps in the bay to know. Whenever. Four say the beta started with PS four and I know this weekend. It's opening up to XBox PC I believe

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"ima" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"I prefer the gentlemen okay right great time do you wanna meet up at taj ima do you have an install i'm free after three so anytime after that yeah it's and then we're not going to say what it is it's sarah sarah ooh you look like a really good family oriented family i come from a very fucked up family and i like to hook up and drown that should away and you just look like you deserve better than that hall yes seven is good cool smiley face jima would you down to go out afterwards at your place if you like me yeah the tishina on north in north park i don't know i don't really know you okay never mind than sorry for the shallow attitude no it's not shallow is i'm willing to come to terms with that and i'm not getting married anytime soon just got out of a relationship a couple months ago just kinda wanted some faction haw but it shallow i get that i mean i don't have to hang out today since i'm not giving you what you want right now sorry that's probably for the bus yeah of course feel better sad face she's like feel better over your fucked up family so she her final question is was he guilt tripping me or am i over thinking situation well this is a hard we talked earlier about about calf issues and how people are willing to kind of put themselves in situations where they fall things and that's that's maybe the greater mystery than even people who are demonic torture people this one's easy to read.

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"ima" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Liftoff

"Yeah especially with the second mobile launcher in the budget they can use ima one with the block on rocket if when bees delayed anyways you build over launch or to service that version and you're not doing this like you said you build it and you take it down or re configure it adding years in between in between launches this is all important for a couple of reasons one there's budgetary timetable suffrage is always interesting talk about but missions within nasa and its partners are in the process of picking rockets and as we spoke about with the falcon heavy that is something that takes place years and years before you're ready to go you don't notice like show up on a friday and roll out to the launch pad on tuesday right it's everything from the the weight and the size that all is dependent on what the rocket can can put inside its payload fairing and how far it can push it into space said what your launch capability is in a way plays very tightly with what your mission can do because you have to get all that hardware up so nasa has been looking at the ls four the europe a clipper spoken about before and it there's questions here right it it seems like like it could fly on a stage one on a block one that doesn't need the fancier upper stage by the way this mission is called sm one science mission one but sometimes because nasr's confusing they call it em to even the em to was going to be the crew to ryan fight to the moon very confusing.

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"ima" Discussed on Easily Offended

Easily Offended

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Easily Offended

"Get that opened up along on i went to school for business but use a business major right joe your or your research stock search i will be open our will be opened up of business at the end of this year so that did help me out as far as our business though so your business yeah there you go you a business businessman ima biz opened my trip times beginning what it would have been before i became a willing whether you go like with like your hair's lit thank you thank you i go to argon hey and when i'm in new york i go to lip inc yo you need to be coming back luxury here that's what i'm saying i don't know what the for cabinet that's my from that you know we love we love i think actually i didn't want i wake yeah did you yeah but make sure my wife your shit in there too but loving that's one of the best looker salons in new york i gotta definitely give it to that thank you thank you so i bet i'm sorry because you know college i still date yeah this is you learn about her because i wanna learn about more about the person like you like college like you said you know your mother for me right so like i'm all right but she was doing music back then via yourself like what who am i know notebook fill me played in my own shit in my no surprise notes ebay maybe out at the talent i used to talent show everything like it was a big team back then.

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"ima" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Emperor cool stuff it if a better theory comes along then you replace it right well it's a social science it can't be like an actual science in the sense that for example if we why do we predict the weather is not gonna affect what happens to the weather but if we predict how bunks going to boot boasts then people run to the bank in his bunk run so the predictions that we make an economics effect the people that were studying radio it it's not the same in that way so economics is inherently political it's bona philosophy it's it's a social science scott sociology in it's got all the history and so no is in inchon not like us go those helpful and then the like chemistry's basically anything right but one that i wondered if it was a wondered if it was in its purest form more empirical number that some interest in that's that's helped me already i think lawson is is quite interesting that people have this impression that there is a purist form that isn't raining a purist form raul something that we've made up it's a disciplined like any other where we've decided to categorize a certain kind of body and knowledge as economics but there isn't a proper economics there isn't always going to be a right sir economics so then what this is it's become a dogma the way it's toll then yeah there's definitely an understanding that there is that there's a certain way that it's almost like people think politics is the big where you debate what's right and wrong in your principles and your values but then economics is just what the economics of it's like how much does it cost and and is this going to work or not people have this impression that there's a there's a right onscreen economics and then you can debate to in the politics but it's not really that clear a separation ryan is supposed at it in ima head is like the evidence that the politics is the evidence that the politicians go to lessen how it's presented tend to say you know we'd love to fund the nhs small but unfortunately unity economies just not gonna not going to be able to handle it right now the and not that argument doesn't make any sense right so when people study economics typically outside of politics what why why are they stood in it well i think that one of the may the.

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"ima" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"With their most personal imas intimate problems because we don't know how to do it but we seem did not know how to do it without aggravating data and and and putting those people the very people were trying to help at risk and and the tech open line is about is about getting rid of that and and and showing other way cool that's very uh articulate in good and clear your passionate at this point and i i own it i want to understand one aspect you better so i that argument makes sense be right so i have a bunch of private data i i mean i would like to learn more may be having used in some way in in now it may be possible to do now will be possible did have some heck open mind but if you look at these overall kind of transformation of to how to industry works that you know me her in you can distract right where we have this shift from data an algorithm in his silo controlled by huge company too in data being kind of calmly available bud encrypted algorithms being improved on old almost like public good is our ice that one driver could be individuals oh privacy my privacy is better protected in that world but do you think there are like big economic drivers style also pushing in that direction or you is it is it kind of a conflict right where economic drivers were like reinforcing the centreright's word and we ever privacy.

"ima" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"With their most personal imas intimate problems because we don't know how to do it but we seem did not know how to do it without aggravating data and and and putting those people the very people were trying to help at risk and and the tech open line is about is about getting rid of that and and and showing other way cool that's very uh articulate in good and clear your passionate at this point and i i own it i want to understand one aspect you better so i that argument makes sense be right so i have a bunch of private data i i mean i would like to learn more may be having used in some way in in now it may be possible to do now will be possible did have some heck open mind but if you look at these overall kind of transformation of to how to industry works that you know me her in you can distract right where we have this shift from data an algorithm in his silo controlled by huge company too in data being kind of calmly available bud encrypted algorithms being improved on old almost like public good is our ice that one driver could be individuals oh privacy my privacy is better protected in that world but do you think there are like big economic drivers style also pushing in that direction or you is it is it kind of a conflict right where economic drivers were like reinforcing the centreright's word and we ever privacy.

"ima" Discussed on Successful Dropout

Successful Dropout

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Successful Dropout

"Advice on how to decide if he should go or not but today we have steven on the show because not only is he a uh a sales extraordinaire he is also a crypto evangelist i guess you could say cryptocurrency evangelist so accurate he he knows what he's doing i i i chat with him on a pretty pretty regular basis about cryptocurrency and ask for advice here in there the guy knows what he's talking about he's done well and so he's gonna come on and we're gonna talk about the basics of cryptocurrency and investing and blocked ching tech in would all these different terms mean so uh if you've had any questions or wanted to get involved this is the time to do it in this is the episode to listen to so having said that steven ima turn it over to you really quick why don't you just tell us a little bit more about yourself and your background and what you do sure thanks started out in big four consulting at kpmg and had some good experience in the tech sector on eighteen months he was a client of mine and learned a lot and then transition to over to the the healthcare software company i worked for now as still head up sales and really learned a lot about software is a service um and healthcare in general and that's gone really well uh we've doubled our client base in the last several years and just been a really fun place to be and uh as it relates to cryptocurrency which is super focusing on really started digging into two cryptocurrency a little over a year ago kind of self educating had been made aware of bitcoin i suppose in early 2013 had a coworker that was actually.

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"ima" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Did but a guy who also has a history with this sort of thing when we don't know exactly what happened so now the league is right back to where it was before now the league's got to investigate this situation it's got to figure out what the woman said what he's saying did he do anything to be not do anything should there be punishment should that so here we go again which imas winston somebody last night said to me in a within elite circles that this is like the salem witch strauss and leagues got to try everybody for everything and so that's that's again the business the league's ought to go into and we report the be entire by no you will incredible i you know you mentioned the backup quarterbacks one one good story about a backup quarterback is case kinam great store at great sway teddy bridgewater great story to jeff saturday sat in the seat that you're sitting in any said look how could you how could you go to a quarterback right now it seems like are itching the goaded tatty to get a timing was like he is a plane two years why would you go to him that they can be itching all they want the fact that matters you you just can't bench case keno when he's producing and they're winning now look they could go into detroit on thursday on thanksgiving and they could lose the game and case caning could be picked up three times and you want to have this conversation then i get it but the joy of the talk about right now because teddy is waiting in the wings at some point out imagine he's going to get an opportunity to.

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"ima" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"ima" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"From the un radio voice said robert with amman would consider to be a youthful rent with the yankees to now advancing to be a healthy yes new york overcoming accua out the opposite the b b indians and advance fee diva gloria fate go all broad off tori kleuver got people again dan ima third with a two run shot at suzy's sobat the on the other hand lent and a third striking out five five through the final as new york advancing the play the astros and the sheriff could series with game on friday at espn radio indians meanwhile wanted seven in winnertakeall postseason games including seven straight losses steven strasbourg at the center of drama on and off the field with national starter originally well to pitch in game four against the cavs after experiencing flu like symptoms withdraw support on the hill in a winner all scenario for washington for an absolute jan seven scoreless three at strike yeah well michael taylor an eighthinning grand slam it's worth thin horsing a game five tomorrow night fact in dc espn smart jerry i mean i've been watching and playing in playoff games for a long time this is as good as a pitching performance as i've seen the cubs didn't make square contact all day law making one ball hard that we've talked about that he'll along fly borrowing to get any kind of got knocked down by the win by addison russel other than that strasbourg was so dominant who made those guys are really good hitting team he made them look silly on some of those change dusty baker undecided on who is game 5 starter will tweet kyle hendrick goes four chicago seven thirty three coverage on espn radio john farrow out as red sox manager with red office ron gardenhire.

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"ima" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ima" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Answer is hell no so in the big issues about tax reform i know for a fact in december at all these big meetings ryan ima connell told the trumpster by the august recess who tax reform not just lowering the rates and repatriation of four trillion dollars we're going to completely redo the tax code in fact paul ryan was giddy eh brady head of the house ways and means committee is going to come out by the august recess we're going to put on your bill mr president a complete reformation of the tax code the tax returns will be in the back of a postcard we're going to lower the rates and it'll be economic boom so here we are past the august recess by this point middle september darko continues no repeal and replace obamacare the law of the land there is no less government spending and there's no tax reform there no tax rate reduction at this point zero zilt nada i want to two or three trump rallies introduced him once or twice and at every rally i heard build that wall build that wall who's going to pay for it may go may go build that wall all and at those meetings in december and january ryan and mcconnell both promised the president and his staff that by the end of next year which in their parlance would have been the end of 2017 we're going to have a huge infrastructure bill we're going to put on your desk and we're going to have money you start building the fence in fact the fence which is already there in hundreds of miles will be extended that's a done deal so there is his promises made by easter repeal and replace obamacare by august recess complete tax reform during your tax returns in the back of a postcard and by the end of 2017 we're going to have infrastructure package of a trillion dollars and we're gonna have the border fence well built in on its way so here we set ten months after the election some eight now have nine months after the.

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"ima" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ima" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of a young lawyer from seven in seventy in boston defended a group of armed men from among the men shot into the ima kill people that was the busted massacre young lawyer with john adam he put a lot underlined to defend them desperately he did and he went on to greatness did he done he he convinced twelve menu at jury that at the last second your life is worth your defence if your life is threatened you can defend your show and both sides are using that unfortunately fred as justification for the violence that they perpetrated and again there's going to be a full investigation here we'll see who was responsible for what this plenty of video the people will be identify and hopefully will get a clear picture and either but again unfortunately that you had the and you did have marco rubio saying yesterday that the way the president worded things it appeared he was giving fifty percent of the blame to each side and he saying no we cannot allow an old evil to be resurrected on that note we're going to take a break we've got news when we come back uh a made your blessed in oakland county seven sixty wjr news kim rogalski president trump said on twitter this afternoon he's disbanding both of business advisory council groups he says rather than put the pressure on business people at the manufacturing strategy policy council unbending both thank you for all while six ceos said they wanted to stay on the panel in order to influence the panel of the white house six others said they were wanted to quit meanwhile gm's mary barra released a statement after the policy forum was dissolved barra says general motors is about unity in inclusion and with recent events in charlottesville we must come together as a country and reinforce values and ideas that unite us and speak against those which device deep luminary examination is underway in makombe county circuit court for andrew fiasco and everett mcdonald bianco's accused of killing steven mcafee cutting up his body and then burying it at two locations medical examiner daniels spits testified yes this is a fairly large piece of cement which broke apart as we began to remove the.

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"ima" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ima" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Get zepa so you can stop absorbing and start enjoying your summer and get to it summers said lie honestly clocks tickin' so stop snoring as your floyd just pay the irs if that out of the way but will if you've heard that sound last night i think we can call this fight pretty early home i got i dunno if mcgregor if fits the content of what he's saying or or the delivery like how he sounds or some combination all the above i thought above it's amazing and if if the press conference is any indicator for how the fight's going to go mayweather's get knocked out first punch because mcgregor brought it at that press conference you're telling me we get maybe four more of those tired even know may will there's going to show up to the actual fight if mcgregor key cbs humiliating him like that there was amazing mayweather had nothing for him in response no because that's that's what we signed up for is this back and forth right here and we got it from qatar floyd got so much he say oh may with it i look good ima sue guess what august twenty six we will have on the same thing as won't be the same results is going to be the same results interview won't gloves guzel foils loves this will pause girls floyd mayweather with the boxing version of all at my pads do the talking i guess the beginning there will say though he got of qatar got him riled up in a way that most people round boxing will say floyd had been in a while so if you're looking for what to keep an eye on it be continued agitation of floyd mayweather throughout all this has got the irs brieva down his back now he's got an angry irish grade strategy for mcgregor you gotta just get him riled up get mayweather in his own head going nuts may have comedians higher writers.

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"ima" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ima" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The am i going to go referee ima article four and then you'd say why what more my accomplish that's what i would recommend an oiler who panther clerk of court chuck todd that's the way i would look at what if the roles were reversed would if there was a male teacher female student well now you bring up a very important point and i will on a cold air but you're what i think of going on here i think the only reason for treating female each a where he worked reading would they make the when a commitment felony your because we want to if a kind of inequality we felt it would be on equal the member being kringle doubt um i'm not i'm going to take you probably won't want they fear if we're talking about a fifteen or sixteen year old young man here ever heard of sixty eight okay fifteen no sixteen routine okay of philip one of the data would counter and i can't i am on a gut level i don't really feel like he was wrong if fan man i'm uniran going here let me ask you this question rogers so do you think in some cases that are similar to this would it be okay that just put that person on probation take away their their opportunity ever teach again had such a fan ran through put him on the sex registry that a sex offender at she would that be enough punishment i think in many cases it would be you know i mean you gotta if i were brick courtyard i would want to take into account like they you all of the detail joy for every year younger the young perpignan make the different and he i think i think papers where people have been convicted of sexual all in have gotten probation he now and at end yep registration perfecto offender and a lot of wisdom coming on the bench now regard than all the people that have gotten twenty or your who prison jagne their rookie colder of.

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