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"inflec" Discussed on Slate's If Then
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Dot com Ashley what next before Ya'll went to work for facebook she'd been deep in the national security world out of it overseas but in two thousand fifteen she started rethinking her focus it started occurring to me that a bigger threat in my mind to all the things ride cared about whether it be democracy civil discourse our national security was no longer coming from this thing abroad that I was working on and I started thinking it was bread breakdown of civil discourse here at home so start digging in started looking at why that was happening and I'm not saying social media's the only reason it was happening but did start exploring then started speaking about it and and was asked once on podcast do I think Mark Zuckerberg is to blame and I said something along the lines of I don't think Mark Zuckerberg set out to destroy democracy and gave US the answer I don't think this is anything intentional but I do question who he has a just decision making table and I suspect it's not people with my background's your background having been a CA officer yes having been AC- I after having been a diplomat overseas having worked on the ground with real people affected by policies decisions conflicts over the last few weeks this question of facebook's role in public discourse is back in the headlines specifically how facebook treats politic gle advertising good afternoon thank you very much for allowing me to spend ten minutes or so with you this afternoon our facebook that's Nick Clegg facebook ZAC and former British politician and we're playing this tape because he kicked off this advertising controversy again when he spoke the Atlantic Festival recently and that's why I want to be re League clear with you today we do not submit speech by politicians to our independent fact checkers and we generally allow it on the platform even when it would otherwise breach our normal content rules of course that got major pushback most notably from Elizabeth Warren Brin and Joe Biden and last week Mark Zuckerberg defended the policy in a speech he gave at Georgetown couching it as part of facebook's larger commitment to free speech one of the questions they asked me during my interview which I actually heard Mark Zuckerberg talk about during his speech the other day they asked me do you think we should ban political advertising not together given the sensitivity around political ads. I've considered when we should stop allowing them all together a from a business perspective the controversy certainly is not worth the very small part of our business that they make up and I did say you know what I would probably be the easiest thing to do because I assume you're not actually making as much money from political advertising as you are from industries and other stuff however oh I don't think you guys should ban political advertising because I look at this globally and if you ban political advertising you're tilting the scales towards the incumbents who already have access to media access to information especially in countries that have more digital regimes and you'd be squashing the Voice of the smaller party the little a person so I do actually fundamentally believe that and I heard Mark Zuckerberg say that the other day and I agree with him political ads can be an important part of voice especially for local candidates and up and coming challengers advocacy groups in the media might not otherwise cover that way they can get their voice into the debate I do fundamentally.
"inflec" Discussed on Everywhere
"And that's what I chose. You know so you have to expect that things can happen. You know I have some friends that I travel with. I have to say there are a lot easier than I am. So we'll go to a hotel that they hadn't already check out online to see the rooms and when they get there some of them have to change rooms two or three or four like. I really don't care I'm going out so I think you have to have that willingness to accept the unknown except that it's it's not going to be seamless but that's part of the adventure and sometimes adventures are the memories on the right uh-huh. I mean I don't think you come back and you say Oh yes. I stated this lovely hotel on the hotel no hotel no don s mooring. You know you tell me about I met this past. We went on this wild adventure. I met them randomly coffee shop saying they will come due to a dinner and I said my God of Cross and the next thing I made fucking crazy party at someone's house right and you know what you wouldn't get that that experience out of a guidebook cont cont put down yet look please. I guess we should talk about a little bit of Los Angeles handles because you are so quintessentially Los Angeles and found Los Angeles but I think if people think about the food scene of Los Angeles. It's you you. My posited comes to mind. Allah was never a food town much have the best view what it was. It was just not recognize because when we okay so when people thought about food they thought about food being cooked by a foodie that makes sense to our listeners okay. They didn't think about all of the neighborhoods that Los Los Angeles has more than anywhere else in the country where the people are cooking their food. I mean so many ethnic neighborhoods in Los Angeles where the food has always been so wonderful and so I think when people started recognizing the food of immigrants as food all of a sudden people started I started looking at Los Angeles where we always supported that food and that food culture we'll because in some ways they did this offensive thing in America where they called food that wasn't in parenthesis American. They called exotic exotic. I mean to me that's racist. Yes every it's all those bands yes but I think the Los Angeles to me. I I was a lover often Los Angeles. If you had to be closed lower and by the way I never I never defended it when when people would ask me where you from it I would say Los Angeles hate eight. Los Angeles terrible city I wouldn't I wouldn't defend it because I understood why people had that feeling. This is the city you have to spend time in to get to know even just the distant yet just just because of that yes. I feel like Los Angeles on me up. It's a city that's moving mhm and that I love when I come. I find myself mesmerized every time and sort of a little sad. I'm leaving but I'm a New Yorker. which is you know we were never supposed? I love loss and now we were supposed to deny or settlements. You're supposed to hate Los Angeles. It feels like every time I'm Mike God. I'm someone you like what is now yeah. Of course it's gentrifying. Yep and natural massively in this obviously two hugh sides to that but hopefully we have. It's California's the business oversight hand. It's not an Saif is a overrule hand. That's positive might website. We're going to try and make this as sustainable and ecologically as possible in a major city. I think the mayor has done an amazing job. I think that he's doing his best. The produce something about the homeless I was GonNa say the homelessness is just I wish it was that simple you know but it's just out of control now. I'm tired of saying that's the thing that I'm looking kind of thing like the homeless is what a problem. We need to do these mass shootings. It's terrible right. Are we hearing I'm sick. Oh yeah now it is true and it's not happening. Fast enough is the problem and it's getting worse and I have to say I haven't seen homeless the homeless situation at this grandeur anywhere else in the country. It is the worst here right now. Maybe what I want to end little chat with is. Maybe we want you to tell me. Something really are small about you something that you're not sharing. That's been in your hand something that you like. No one's ever asked me well. No one's ever asked me and I don't I have to say I don't feel like I'm unique in this feeling. I obviously have gotten a lot of notoriety. I've gotten a lot of awards I have successful. Businesses People's taught me on the street all those kinds of acknowledgment and yet like not even deep down. Tom Just a little bit down. I'm always thinking like when are they. GonNa find out that I'm really an impostor that I'm not that talented and I don't really we know what I'm doing and somehow I make it work and I've been fooling them all and you can't shake that feeling I have not feelings too yeah and I am in no way you but half the age remember but I have two. I think it is that it's a deep insecurity. I'll have that we allow others to check value system. You know now I'm putting upon on constantly putting a creative hundred into the world and for the first time it's not a magazine or the New York Times or eleven writing for directing. Can't I'm directing this with my wonderful producer and we he's Mike Creative ally but I'm scripting it. It's it's my thing so here on putting putting my soul yeah everything out into the world and I'm going. How do we value this. Oh it's downloads and streams in advertising advertising dollar and that's petrifying to me because I'm only interested in the construction and destruction auction of the creative process. The rest of the stuff is like I've never had to think of myself like that and value myself like that because I've probably he constructed a world around me that I didn't have to because Farquaad if I'm not good yeah and what does that mean you know. I think it's hard to put a value. You want a creative expression and you've taken your creativity. People pay money for it. Of course you have to be like a when my worth hundred dollar ticket at lunch and my worth the bill and that's fucking scary it is but maybe it's okay hey because every day when when I feel like Oh my God like what is this now. I just have to stand in. My posture can say only you. John Lewis the risk of ood manner but it's fucking tough ideas and I am my harshest critic for myself but I don't feel like I make a judgmental person and I'm always looking to judge people. I'm not but I do judge myself but you success a new so wonderful news from Sweden and you so what does the judge. I'll let you know what I am on your show next time. If I figured out what that was you can ask me that I might Mike and we'll thank you thank you. What a pleasure. Oh my God what a pleasure that you didn't ask me what my last meal would be or four. If I had to design my perfect dinner party alive or dead you know who would those be. It's like look what what is like to be a woman in the kinship. INFLEC- woman.
"inflec" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"In a coma, I solar in school in primary sculpting silent night at a Carol evening. I can hear it now there's a video posted on Instagram of niece ING sense night and you can hear there's already containing happening here. I decided one of seven years old during that. So no, I made decision day to get my life forevermore. I knew that how is going to happen. I didn't know what kinda music is going to be a stilted in. No. But I knew that I wasn't dude for the rest of my life. I didn't actually really want to be an opera tenor interested in technique in interested in heart sounded photos beautiful. I wanted to sing Marvin Gaye songs. Electrical gave was how charging voice was. How high could be how the light, it could be. And then you spend time just in the car listening to Marvin Gaye records trying to. Piece together. I guess how he sang. There was only later that I actually wanted to be solid idea of being a songwriter. So foreign sim so impossible seem. So I am ratchet loose to be able to write a song. Casino. I change my life, and he showed me less, you can be out from the get-go. To make a big deal about your sexuality, and I found that really powerful and he was successful. It made music that I had never heard before my entire life up until that point where people only made village people music. Come out to my friends, and my cousins at seventeen no big deal, and then outta by next gopher. When I was nineteen big deal. It was so ugly at home when I came out that, but that three out and then going back into the closet, because mom took me to a prophet. Christian prophet, this just completely derailed me and I jump right back into the club. Fighting it now, and then go into much more conservative church after that, and being sort of a project for them and shame testimony, sometimes preaching about the fact that I had defeated homosexuality. The next full, five years, spent basically scrubbing. Everything all the politics that I'd learned up to the point. I remember being at dinner because I go to twice in Sunday, two to three bible studies a week and I remember one study evening having dinner with the. With the pasta and his family and his wife, saying, she doesn't care what I say the fact remains the black people was sinful, and they ways before why people came to Kalis them and that they were judgment upon them. Suss it. So you saying that all things have happened deserved. She said, yeah. And there's nothing are so. Flunks and so. Also in it. Shocked, but also weird still come syndrome because not only take care of this bridge to him of me financially, some time, you know, and you so you believe in this completely. 'cause if inflec- that's gonna go to heaven. Became homeless around two in five friends cultures. And for the first time in my life, those no under Miami to read my bible to take to bible study. And these are friends that I was told to give up because they were leaving me down the wrong path, but. And these are the ones that were there for me. When I had no place to move. Suddenly, the church. Disappear. And so took it upon myself to really Asmus, awesome questions, am I prepared? To deny myself for the rest of my life. And it was clear. To me that I was tired. I was Zo sted of hating myself. I was exhausted of being an example, being minstrel from and so. Fuck it. And the left. Okay..
"inflec" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"I'm just waiting for the day that I'm going to go into inflec- shock because I'm like whoops hoops. The crazy thing for me. So from Kelley again. No, you guys are hilarious. This is great. Oh perfect. I had the point about the time. I moved to Boise. I was starting to have allergic reactions at all ready had at least one e trip by the time, I moved here. Now, we're talking about illness. Allergic stuff. I know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I Yeah. found is after I went to an allergist to actually find out. What's going on? Right. It's oral allergy syndrome. I had started thinking before that that I was allergic to all pesticides or preservatives, or any wasn't quite sure. What I know. It's just my immune system confuses certain fruits Mullins interesting. And if during peak allergy season, you just fruits everything is fine. Maybe that's it. I don't know. Maybe because it it seems that will I it started with almond extract. I can't have any pure almond extract that hasn't been cooked. And then it was these like, can you might be allergic to almonds that is actually eat almonds and almonds fine. That's the almond extract. It's a weird oral allergy syndrome. It could actually I'm thinking maybe that might be it because then the next time it was like these Thanh chips that had like this this. This was Sabi coating on it. And then it got worse if you can deep fry want Puerto frito so over him and. Oh talion. Nachos. Yes. Okay. But do you know, it's two o'clock dozen. It's two o'clock. We are actually five minutes from the hour because we went four minutes over last night. We've got our actual our our content upper sued skit split in came. Okay. So we're running the lights red in the light. We got to wrap it up though, we got four minutes throughout. What questions do you have for me? And Erin listeners. There are we really? Our peak concurrent is seven people, and our total view time right now is five we're done. No. Doesn't know. Jason. Let's plug you plug you right now. What where are you going to be? What's happening? What's going on with your life? What's going on with my life is I have two or three weeks left in school? Yeah. Yeah. I'll be done for the summer, and I have a week off before after sir fulltime biophysics membrane research, which sounds actually fascinating research. I am excited about I'm doing a couple of projects this summer. I'm going to be working on creating a membrane synthetic membrane out of a loyal water interface using a droplet immersed in an organic solvent to where lipids and former natural mono layer around the water and then at the bottom of the chamber. There's like a flat planer membrane to and then we can actually likes motion together and create a Beyeler between the two and then that to do studies on trans membrane voltages. So that will be exciting. I'm looking forward to that and improves on previous techniques because it used to just be a hydrogel. But now we can do a quick solution. Which means we can change the buffers and electrolytes and increase the size and the surface area of the violator. So it's it's really opening up possibilities for experiments. Awesome. That I'm also looking at life is owns and creating wipe zones. That can carry chemotherapy drugs through the bloodstream and re learning how to target them to only break at tumor sites as the concentration gradient goes down as it goes away from the site. It goes to non-deadly levels, which means it has a potential application down the road of targeted chemotherapy instead of global which would improve quality of life for cancer patients share. Okay. That's awesome. Nice. That is pretty amazing. See some not just pretty deal..
"inflec" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard
"Read it again. Read it again. One more time congratulate LeBron unachieved another great milestone during his amazing career, David Stern. Former Commissioner who is that. That was just the tone. That was rather. Right. You ought to be ashamed. But your guy you should be a saying that he put this out. This is embarrassing. And you know, what this is typical MJ though, because he's done very little when it comes to acknowledge LeBron James, you know, why? Because since he retired. This was the only guy that's been viewed as a serious threat to him Colby made it abundantly clear, he tried to emulate everything. Michael Jordan, emulation a copy can never be better than the original. And you know, he never do Toby every serious threat because you tried to be like meeting and Shannon. If you ever close, your eyes and listen to Kobe talk sometime he would swear was Michael Joel same inflec-, my rights. He did he copied not only did you copy you copy the way he won't. He did. He copied away. He hung his tongue out of his mouth everything the sleeve on Cavero down. Every the only, but he got a lot closer to Jordan. No, he didn't you can't be. You can't be close with only one regular season MVP. You can't be close with only two finals emptying the about five championships. So that was basically you see you see you see what you did. I didn't do anything. Go ahead. Let's go. Now, this is what Michael Jordan did for Koby in his final season when he came to Charlotte. Okay. One minute. If part is second video trip. None of this. Oh, congratulations. Lebron your nother mouth. The pride. You couldn't be me. It couldn't be me. 'cause he now now skill betas..
"inflec" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"There's also been a lot of drama ramping up to it. I think ultimately it won't perform as well. As wonder woman at the box office. I think it will always have people who think it was some kind of failure. But I think history will look kindly on. On it the way that the first captain America film. I think came out and people were like what is this period piece? I don't this is kind of whatever this is fine. This is aggressively fine, and that movie has really grown. I think in people's estimation in the larger MC you, and I think kept a marble. We'll do similarly so I could be wrong. But I think so. Joining us that there's a whole section of the movie that feels like a Boden inflec- movie, which was really exciting to me because I love their previous work. And I think until Black Panther the sense with marvel movies is that directors individuality got a little bit blurred out by the entire marvel machine. Richard. Did you notice that too? Do you feel like there's a there's personality in this from the directors? Oh, yeah. I mean, I think I know what seen joins referring to. But like yeah there. I mean, there's there's a part of the movie where it's like an actor in full Ilian makeup. Just having a conversation with them like and like they're outside and the light is sort of pretty kind of diffuse, and it just kind of like, oh, this is really weird. But also kind of great the camera goes to hand held to. Yeah. Yeah. What movie I'm watching you? And there are a couple of other scenes especially early on. And then they're quick where where the movie just looks not like, it doesn't have the kind of bright gleam of you know, what we might think of maybe a Russo brothers marvel movie or something, and I think that that's really interesting. I think my question is whether you know, your average marvel fan will really take to that, you know, because it is kind of a funny choice. I mean, the whole enterprise has been a success, partly because they've chosen directors carefully. And I think that even when best laid plans go to, you know, go away like Edgar right dropping out of ant, man. You know, they find Peyton Reed. And like he for what he's kind of was an odd choice in it in a way, but he really worked in those movies are fun. And and this here to you kind of start to see the reasoning behind hiring voted inflect to do it as the movie goes on which which is interesting. So we I hope that people enjoy that sort of smaller hand-held intimate stuff as much as I did. But you know, again, it's a tougher sell then huge explosions and whatnot. There's also a moment where the the fill whole films stops. Also for like, a very like emotional moment from Los Leshan Lynch who plays Maria Rambo who is Carol Denver's best friend, and it's like once again, I talked to that actress, and she was like I was certain that was going to get cut. She was like a soldier no way. This is going in a marvel movie. And it's there, and I I really value that that it's there. I think I think I'm surprised by people. Who feel like this lacks emotional heft? When I think it's one of the most emotional marvel movies that I've seen and like I agree with you key. That was like the bad reputation that marvel had for a while in terms of its directors especially coming off of the whole Edgar right kerfuffle. But I think what a lot of what changed that is James Gunn doing the galaxy. Even though James Gunn is still longer working at marvel like him, putting his very individualistic spin on this, and what a wild success that was I think bold them to hire. Like taika waititi to do. The ragnarok rank Kugler do Black Panther, etc. Etc..
"inflec" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast
"Is it is it super duper tough to have a cash out button on Twitter is the super duper tough to have a little button next year tweet this as oh I wanna tip that person is it super duper tough to launch a lightning node for he pays for people. Hold on. Let me keep going for people that he pays he's got. He's got an army of dead answer for that this pretty let me go until you interrupted. He's got an army of devs. He's got an army of engineers, it should take two weeks to put a cash at button on Twitter. It's not that. He it's not that. He can't do it. Why would you take the most mainstream social media platform and then implement something that only two percent of the world gets. Because there's no telling where that two percent gets you option, but it's terrible for business model. Okay. All you got con yays sending tips to fuck in the game. I don't fuck. I'd say that it could if he did something like that make a drastic move change towards people actually using corn or whatever actually puts into Twitter, but for Twitter, it's a it's a gamble. Okay. Has to be incredibly incredibly into this where he thinks it's like the future of the world and he wants to like compromises current business plan slash. People who use Twitter to push it on them. Would you guys stop jockey in this man's? And that's what you're I just think how how in the world is he compromising Twitter by putting a little button on that says, hey, you wanna tip that guy? I tweet. I think it's a great little cash. It's not my business. The only diplomat things that you know, are people are gonna use an implement Twitter change, they take into go from one forty to eighty characters. They'll seven years it's It's like. like. At the heat that worried about influencing the reason and communication flow of Twitter, adding money into it is going to have I think that's a that's a pretty big decision. Relative to like. Keeping conversations the same when you had money into anything that nature of how people communicate changes. Hit this did Nadal. Would you argue that I I don't disagree with anything. You guys just said, I just think that he's in a position to be a little more than a cheerleader. And if anything he could be doing a little something. To show like, oh, I don't just own it. I you know, what that guy say for like just for men or the hair shit in the nineties when he was like, I don't just own it. I al-. I also use it. I'm not just the CEO. I'm also. Yes, mer. Yeah. I'm not just to see. I'm also cut from her. On the Hanes. Men's hair club hair club. Yeah. There. Hair clipper men. Yeah. Well, tweet their guy and tell him to ask ask him when he goes on his podcast. Jack Dorsey said Hello to some other bitcoin podcasts spring on here, and he can interact with the fans that aren't calling us right now. Yeah, we'll record. It's weird as tuck seven thirty seven eastern time. Seven PM eastern time. I would say the more people on the evening in the middle of Saturday. Yeah. That's very true. I don't know. Maybe we should do some like AB testing and figure out when people are actually in the slack. So they just asked. Hey, if you're listening to this podcast you'd like to join to Nisa message somehow on the slack on Twitter on anything until what time you would like to join. Yeah, that's good or you can do surveys inflec-. Slack. Let you best way to get a hold of us not to be such a negative. Nancy? It is really cool that someone as. Viz as visible as Jack Dorsey is like such a proponent of bitcoin. I think it is kind of cool. I don't think I think proponent is the wrong word relative to the actual proponents of these things..
"inflec" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Apartment just feel sake. I'm shaking. I don't feel good. She was one of many chase. From her building. At the pine ridge estates last night by a four alarm blaze. That apparently started in a bathroom long drawing a hundred firefighters from several surrounding towns. Saint John's Catholic church in towns and quickly became helped central for the fire victims here boy scouts, helpful donated clothing, and organiz toiletries and social service workers arrange temporary shelter and meals for the residents many of whom are starting from scratch. No injuries were reported and still no known cause deer have inflec- inflicting record injuries at a popular tourist destination in Japan. But say it's the people who are misbehaving over the last year more than two hundred visitors to western Japan's famous Nora park ended up getting bitten knocked down or sustained broken bones after encounters with local deer park ranger said dear attacks usually occurred when tourists held. Out food, but then kept the deer waiting while trying to take souvenir photos correspondent Lucy craft in Tokyo, a closer look at our galaxy show some interesting imperfections, scientists in China and Australia released an updated three d map of the Milky Way. Galaxy showing that it's warped at least around the forages. They used more than thirteen hundred pulsating stars bigger and brighter than our sun to map the galaxy shape the farther from the center, the more warping or twisting, there is in the outer hydrogen gas disk, researchers believed the warp spiral pattern is caused by the spinning force of the massive inner disk of stars. Pam coulter. CBS news in Kansas taxpayers are feeling the pinch from years of unrest in this state prisons over four hundred thousand dollars was spent repairing damage and replacing equipment from inmate riots at three different. Prisons officials say they face persistent. Staffing problems and facilities are made more volatile by housing many inmates to to a cell. No verdict in the federal trial of the Mexican drug kingpin known as El Chapo after our second day of jury deliberations. Correspondent Warren Levinson has the latest in the trial of Joaquin goes Guzman. The unanimous jury in Brooklyn began its first full day of deliberation. In the case against Joaquin Guzman. The drug Lord nicknamed El Chapo defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman arrived at federal court to wait. I don't know. What's going to happen today? Your guests moan is charged with heading smuggling operation that used torture and murder to crush rivals and brought hundreds of tons of cocaine through Mexico to the United States after to prison escapes in Mexico. He's been held in solitary confinement since being brought here in two thousand seventeen the defense claims the case against him was built on the testimony of former confederates lying to get better treatment. Warren Levinson, New York, the network, airing. The Oscar says there's an upside to the controversy surrounding the Kevin Hart hosting controversy. People are talking. About the show ABC entertainment, president Kerry bird calls it proof. The Academy Awards are still relevant Burke says although the show will be without an official host Tina Fey Whoopi Goldberg and Chris Evans are among an alias group of presenters ceremony. Also features a number of box office hits including best picture contenders. Black Panther bohemian rhapsody and a star is born that could boost TV viewership most people in the Boston area. Get their traffic information from WBZ some.
"inflec" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I could I could. Maybe let's let's let's go safe. And let's go with maybe maybe baby. Nixon graph on the way, maybe spring that cover. Or big Meech? Be nice, maybe talk. Yeah. I think if you're going to map them sort of a one for one is Choi Lawrence is the Tom Celik. Might be more akin to full house possibly one of our other areas of expertise because I feel like Kato is a natural. Joe uncle Joey. Right. And then you Joey Lawrence is interesting though, because he could actually be uncle nobody has the cleanliness of a young. Yes, he's like Joey or is he Danny? I don't know. He's the most skilled actor. Yeah. Because I guess Tom green is probably the sag of the group. Maybe he's like the the woodchuck that Joey. We can't get this far off track. This early on to the podcast. What are you angry remarks that we didn't actually speak of big brother lists? Do we want about? I feel like this is the most big brother big brother podcast the race. Yeah. All right. We are right. On point this season hammer, you could smash us with a mallet all summer long. Right. We are the perfect to people to be covering celebrity. Big brother. I couldn't agree more. Do you think that it's possible that it's for the best that Joey bath men Lawrence was Vic did because much Kaitlyn before him? I think the repeal who needed him on the outside. Right. He has greater battles to fight outside of the house. And maybe he's gonna come in protect us here in the last seven to ten days of the season. Audibly I feel like he has a greater mission ahead possibly. Yes. Who are you saying his the threat to us? Well, could be Bali. Yeah. I mean, if if Lolo Jones is ever coming for us that don't expect Joey Lawrence to be any help. He's he's off of that train. Yeah. What do you think about the interview that Joey Lawrence ended up doing with Julie Chen the other night? Okay. I'm gonna give a shocking assessment and call it a two for two Inkster riding it as three fou- for sure. But that was the classic fake. I'm turning it on sycophant, Joey Lawrence. I've been a performer on my life. And I'm going to get in front of Julie. And I'm going to razzle dazzle them. Bad news. Julie doesn't have any cloud at CBS anymore. Not gonna work, Jerry. I feel like I I've seen. Mario lopez. Do this stick a couple times before where it's like, they're very particular and fussy, but they've been in the industry so long. It's just like turn it on a dime. I'm performing now. So I did not think it was authentic. I feel like you probably pre can that. And that was his bathroom stuff from the night before you probably crack that was doing he's rehearsing in the mirror. Unique. They are doing warm up getting voice ready. Eric, so you, and I have been discussing this all season long about how many times will we end up hearing, Joey Lawrence's signature phrase on celebrity big brother, this is from another. Amanda, did either of you predict a wo- from the announcer. How about this from the intro joing victim from the big brother house? All right. Inflec- cities. That brings us up to a total of three woes for the season are plainly loss. Roles. We both went over. Well, you are. So what do I for this? This is bad news for me. Okay. Well, let's maybe we'll go double or nothing from where we'll say people should know. And maybe the celebrities don't know this you do not go against big brother production..
"inflec" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"But the complex require the bar to be moving and moving at right angles to the RN tation of the bar, then we get the more calm. Inflec- cells, we call him specialize complex, so and I'm blessing over lots and lots of detail, but we get the specialized complex, which then have requirement for movement only in it's the civic direction. What we call directionally selective? So so that we see a hierarchy of so when we get to the one spreading out from the input layers from lateral genetic Hewlett nucleus in both upward and downward direction. So we go from centers around so that come in. So that have receptive field or accent than have receptive feel centers, surround them to neurons which have the orientations, but. Requirement the simple cells, and then we go from there to the complex so that have requirement or anticipation of bar or edge has to be moving to even more complex. So where the bar has to be moving. But only in a specific direction are all those still in the one. Or are you talking about other areas? I'm talking only about the one right now only about the one. And it's in the one that we also see for the first time information from the two is coming together. Both and I obviously the information between the do I get separate, but it's also kept separate in the lateral genetic Hewlett nucleus. And then the information from the two is is combined an area the one, but we find an area of anyone. So that respond primarily just one I or the other other cells that respond. Equally to both is the bulk of the cells will respond better to one item in the other. We call that ocular dominance. Now, what is important about information coming from both is well, this is the basis for seeing things in depth, and you choir both is to do that. So for example, if you simply oppose your two index fingers close one eye separate the fingers, keep your head steady. Now, try to oppose the two fingers more often than not you'll miss very significantly doing that. Whereas you have both eyes open. You can do it easily. That's depth perception all of that going on right in area v one. So we have a hierarchy of cells. What we do. Also is we have hierarchy in terms of ocular dominance how equally. Cell is driven by both is and so on and so forth. And so what we have in the courts exit been modules. They're called, hyper Collins in which we have all the machinery necessary to analyze a bit of visual space. So we find that needs module all across the visual cortex telling us, then about what is going on in particular part of visual space, you with me still, okay because it's getting complicated. But it's all there in area the one so one of the great features of and this was a wonderful work carried out by two physicians initially at Johns Hopkins University and then at Harvard Medical School, Torsten weasel and David Hubel. And for this word big won the Nobel prize in the early eighties. It was spectacular work. And it really showed for the first time. How we begin to Anna? Allies sensory information coming in and the general principle is that you begin to take pieces if you will of the visual image and co those pieces in various neurons sort of an distraction process, if you will at least, that's the way I think of it in the further along the visual system, you go..
"inflec" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Day, right? We're all fast, you that's why we get along. That's why we're gonna love, but you have to go out on Tuesday and vote a number of migrants and wrote to the US from Central America. Meanwhile are suing the president and some of the administration twelve migrants. Six adults and six children are the plaintiffs. The president homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen US customs border, protection, and others are named as defendants. The migrants are suing over Trump's plan to sign an executive order next week that would automatically deny asylum to the migrants who tried to cross into the US illegal under this plan. The illegal aliens will no longer get a free pass into our country by lodging meritless claims lawsuit claims this is a violation of the fifth amendment right to due process. Jim Roope, Los Ange on major revelation in the mysterious deaths of two Saudi sisters from Fairfax county whose bodies were found duct tape together in the Hudson river PD believes taller and Rotana Faria file for Silom and sources tell the department the girl said. They would rather inflec- Harmon themselves. You commit suicide then returned to Saudi Arabia, and my PD cheap detective Dermott shea everything that we've seen thus far is pointing to other than a crime taking place. Shea says a man told his department he saw two girls apparently praying in a playground near the Hudson river in New York City the day. The bodies of the sisters were found Heather Curtis. Sound WMA? Allen WMA L dot com. Accused of sending explosive devices through the mail back in a courtroom in Florida today, at least four of the apparent explosive devices sent the prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump were addressed to people in New York and its suburbs. Now the man accused of sending those devices is coming to New York. A federal judge in Florida approved the defense request to make the case for release on bond here in New York. It's not clear when Caesar say will be transferred. In the meantime, he remains in federal custody. Prosecutors argue that the fifty six year old is a flight risk, and he poses a danger to the public. He faces five criminal counts, including sending explosives through the mail and making a threat against the former president Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Checking your money. The Dow finished the day down one hundred ten points, the s&p five hundred down seventeen the NASDAQ down seventy seven w mail. Sports brought to you by Bob Evans, refrigerated sides. The wizards host the thunder at eight double drama, L, traffic and weather next.
"inflec" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I always look at the years. Yep. Anytime that it feels like there's a little bit attention. I always check the guys ears because you look at Habib's ears like they look, the look like, cauliflower, think there are a mess. You'd never messed with those guys who have disfigured ears. It's not your broken, nose, your fingers, they're all mangled. It's I always look at your ears because that means you're a wrestler, and if you get me on the ground, then I'm in trouble. Actually. It doesn't matter where you get me. I'm in Trump what's bar fight policy. If you get into an argument tiff with a guy who has glasses, you wait till he takes his glasses off till the fight ensues. Now it seems like a, that's an etiquette thing, I think. No, I don't think there's etiquette in a bar fight, I think gets plenty of fight. You can't punch glasses on. Well, if I hit you in the jaw guy code though, oh, I think. I don't know where it turns into the low hit me. I never heard a man. I, I never heard him emperor. You hit me. I know you hit me. I you ever see that like they're squaring up and there's a head hit me a never hit amendment. Okay guy. Let's this everybody walkaway. Then this is stupid. I like basketball flights where everybody's on the verge of hitting everybody like a pickup game and nobody ever gets punched for some reason. I don't know if you've ever been hit, but we've all seen been there for that. I thought I was going to get hit one time. Oh, that's what if you're talking trash. I, I was in Milwaukee. I was in Milwaukee playing a pick up game, and man was I feel in it, and I am just roast in this guy and he. You know, it's like check ball, and I said, I broke, he goes, what. I said, check bombo because I'm not your bro. I said, you know, my bet. No, no, no, I'm not your bro. I said, hey, I just said, check bulb road here. And then after that, oh boy, anytime I had the ball went to the hoop Danny ended up on the floor. So I I realized that we finished the game and then all of a sudden it felt like there were more people coming over to the court. And then I said to the guy that I was with former Arizona basketball player, Craig McMillan. Sure. I said Craig, I think we should get out of here. He goes, I think it's a good idea. So I started to walk out and they started. They started saying some things. Yeah. And then I go in and like I turn around and Craig goes, no, like you're right. No. But then I had to go, hey, Mr. TV star like Yellowstone. And I was like, man. Yeah, paulie I never admitted this before, but I once. Got my, you know what kicked in a flag football game in college. We're playing like intramural flag football with your fraternity. You know, with your little flag, it's supposed to be non contact. Right? It was just so sad. I think we were like the b. team because I wasn't even that good of an athlete to make the flight. So flag football. This guy knocks me over it supposed to be kinda light. And as I'm he's running past me, I kinda give him that leg. Whip. Moved to the leg, kick him in the shin, and I thought I got him. I stood up. He did one of those round houses from behind the back and dotted, my eyes for me and they just dropped like a noodle, but it's really embarrassing to get beat up in a flag football, but was it a cheap shot? Yeah, I shot at him. Okay, fair. And just he just was better than me. Yes. Well, leg whip isn't as bad as getting punched in the face down that that's a, that's that's not equivalent at all. He could just kick your leg back or something like that. I had to come in there. No rules, inflec- football town. Like football fights are actually some of the most vicious. Of course, they'll Tori Conor McGregor got started like football Floyd Mayweather I got started and flag football. How about we take a break here? We'll come back right after this on the Dan Patrick show. Okay. Look, I'll admit it talking sports for a living in exactly the most physically demanding job..
"inflec" Discussed on College Info Geek
"Follow that up with an episode about improving your diet so i have listed out eight different ways to improve your diet in these are things that i think both of us have at least experimented with for the most part i did have one on here that yet there's one where i'm like i don't know here's one in here that i think you do unwittingly that's true l i don't do it at all but it's something that people keep asking me about and friends of mine have experienced with so we're gonna talk about it cool but for people who want to start improving their diets i think this is going to be good episode one thing that i'm going to say upfront is we're not going to be talking about like specific foods you should eat or at least what i'll say is none of none of the eight items on this list is about like you need to eat raspberries more often or some oh yeah like it's still eggs meat good or bad we don't want it's not eight super that's gonna take seventeen years exactly and i always feel weird suggesting specific foods as like the crux of video maybe i'll talk about what i eat or something like that but i always feel word suggesting specific foods because everyone has a different dietary philosophy everyone has different needs some people get all their protein from tofu and keen juan pea protein in some people eat meat in some people eat fish i don't know just cultures have survived for quite some time yeah is is there there is is out out when you when you just eat good food that isn't like loaded with sugar in and simple carbs and you get your micronutrients than you usually get to go yeah so what i want to focus on in this video of this video this video actually it is also video but it's a podcast first and foremost what it really want to focus on on this podcast is some ways that you can improve your diet have more energy on a daily basis and be able to get work done be able to exercise more effectively that art hard so a lot of these things on my list are actually little hacks that make eating healthier easier yeah other than saying like oh you have a handful of almonds day though a handful of today is actually a pretty good thing they eat and fittingly enough i actually have my neutral at smoothie so hannibal almonds in there is pretty good you just toss some in there actually i think you could do that would you would your brother to break them yeah the neutral at specific says like it has the ability to break up nuts and seeds things that well that's cool i don't put in there i do put chia seeds inflec seeds but that's number two on the list what's number one number one is to stop drinking soda and sugary drinks you dingus i remember soda i know you wanna say papa bliss put the hands together and crack open a coal soda pop but is bad for you and i see this as a former not just so to addict but a former energy drink addict which i think is even worse because not only are you loading your body up with soda from a can that is usually i don't know thirty three percent bigger than a soda can or maybe twenty five percent bigger here yeah they're always sixteen ounces instead of twelve but it's also just building extra caffeine dependence because extra caffeine and when i was in college there were times when i would have two or three knossos or monsters or.
"inflec" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"This comedy tip and that's what my life is did so if i go to the sakaria premier i'm on flex avenue do not i'm talking about and i know the back road i know the back road to get flex avenue and fuck inflec center yeah and dude and not flex all day people like flex all day not flex all day sometimes chile and don't flex leave the bag at home put on a fucking white t shirt go out have a good time you don't need to flex every fucking day you flex every day you're an asshole every now and then when you go to fuck and movie premiere or you go have a launcher you're trying to fuck and impress somebody you know you flexing little bit oh flex dined of say member mad cobra dude oh flex time to of sex mad cobra you know dude his name was mad cobra flicks dined of sex and if you look at the video go to the video one fire fucked it up it starts the video of mad cobra flex starts with him with his hands behind his back and his head is down and the waves are crashing into his feet anywhere you know what he's wearing the in the in the in the music video exactly what you think he'd be wearing of course he's wearing a vest with no shirt under it because that's flexing that's the ultimate flex is the vest with no shirt under it i don't give a fuck if you're white black persian indian doesn't matter what the fuck you are you could be from mars and they would be like they come in with a fucking vest with with a green because either whole green body with a vest over it and they'd be like why are you wearing that krever and he'd be like because i am flexing flex time to have a sex do do you know that song by the way flow works darn of sex added the neetu it oh my god do it here we go i'm gonna i'm gonna play this song for you because i don't know if you know this song you definitely don't know this song i mean unless you're like forty which i'm not yet i still got years in front of me babies years to flex every nama i'm thirty eight i'm at the age you ever see the british version of the office when he's near like 'cause you know you're thirty nine and he's like he's might i always think about that because going to be forty and it doesn't wanna omit that he's forty he's my flex mad cobra you guys are just chilling dude this is going to be a loosey goosey chilin ask time i'm no no nothing just hanging out we're on the phone that's basically what we're doing we're on the phone while it has eight million views this song i didn't remember so far compiler it was like the first reggae song that was like big not really i don't know that but it was in my head and you know what that's all we need to know come on dude this internet sucks dude one fire we said we were going to fix it and by we i mean you and you didn't do it but we gotta fix it it's simple how about when alex jones like there's a civil war that's going to happen and then everyone knew it wasn't going to happen didn't happen and then we listens now people still listen to alex jones hey what the fuck if you make fucking claim that hard there's going to be a civil war on july fourth and there isn't then you get what you get what you get your tongue cut out that's it you can't just fuck and do that shit and say that shit how do people listen to fucking alex jones for real in anon ironic way.
"inflec" Discussed on Podcast
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"inflec" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Just a little bit a little bit less but i mean as milken says i think they're not going to get past the first hurdle but it it's it's extremely concerning to see to see what comes what comes of this well let's move along and look closer to where we all sitting specifically at the east london suburb of wolfram stove this is a couple of local citizens have won the commendation of the mp for perpetrating an act of principle vandalism billboard advertising a police program called proof depicting to act as the from clyde inflec jackets and toting pistols has been whimsically defaced the weapons overlaid with cartoons of a carrot and a hairdryer the you can do quite serious damage with both of those things the it consultant and schoolteacher who defaced the ad said they thought the billboard was an inappropriate addition to the streetscape of an area which has suffered some of london's recent spike in stubbings and shootings daniel first of all basically do we agree with what they have done here the vandals says it were as yes yeah i absolutely think so i think this is a very small gesture and i'm honestly surprised that it doesn't happen more often we see these we see these kind of billboards in these advertisements and movie trailers and and they are very violent and i often questioned when flipping through you know the selections on on netflix and things why we continue to make more shows about violence and it isn't this but isn't this somebody won't to address the the question that this is this is the marilyn manson columbine argument isn't the idea that people are incapable of sort of separating amusement from real life and also i think it's not in it's it's not small part of the issue here is that the two people depicted toting guns on the bill boot police officers this supposed to have guns and also it's not it's not selling.