18 Burst results for "Janury"

"janury" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Body nobody including the president of the United States is above the law. The American people over right? Not guilty jury acquits white Pittsburgh police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager, former officers attorney, Patrick Thomas. He's a good, man. Is he said to me so many times Patrick? Has nothing to do. With the kids color was what I was trained to do. White House says ISIS held territory in Syria now one hundred percent eliminated. Pentagon officials say not exactly there are still some pockets of fighting CBS news military analyst, Mike Lyon, has an ideology will remain for years to come likely generations. It depends on where it can rearm refit itself that it look for ungoverned space to do that it won't be able to do that though inside Syria as long as the Kurdish forces the Syrian defence forces as well as the small groups of United States troops are there. California. Governor Gavin Newsom will bypass environmental regulations he says to prepare for the next wildfire season. Seventeen was the worst fire season in California's history and tell twenty eighteen we can't allow twenty nineteen to maintain that status. President Trump has blamed California fires on poor forest management experts say climate change caused by people is more of a factor. It is out now, but a brief re. Ignition of that Petrochem plant fire south of Houston deer park, mayor Janury moten, very confident that through through in the best they can to dress the situation possible light show tonight depends on where you are Matt Uris Katie k Michigan Maine in some other states across the north could be in store for a northern white show. The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration issued a geomagnetic storm watch they expect the storm to cause escalated geomagnetic responses for stargazers that means a possibility of Northern Lights. Yeah. Look to the north the lights will be kind of greenish. This is CBS news. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push button yet mortgage. Feeling the burn..

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"janury" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What's up? So my fiance, and I we started financial peace. Janury fifteenth were just finishing baby step one, and we're selling everything we don't need. So on the side, I make would and my question is is would that be considered a good side hustle and there so? How would you recommend as far as? Being sold the help bring income and so we can start working on her dead. No, the only way it's a good side. Hustles to the extent it makes you money. Correct. So you're making money. Not much at a little here and there, but something is better than not not really not doing it and doing something that makes you more money might be better. So you either need to get the your side hustle into gear and get it to making money or otherwise, it's a it's a causa hobby when when you run around doing stuff, you don't make making money that's called a hobby. So if you want to give this up and really get selling and build you a website get things moving get your production up on your side hustle. And let's start making some serious Bank with it to where you get the idea that maybe even at your fulltime career someday. I mean, let's get to go on. And if you can get that going. I mean, you you didn't make fifteen twenty thousand dollars a year on your side hustle. And when you get that going, then you then, you know, you gotta side hustle. But when you're making five hundred dollars every six months, that's not a side. So that's a hobby. Kathleen is whether it's in Norfolk Virginia. Hi, Kathleen, how are you? I'm doing well. Thank you for taking my call. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So the good news is my husband has recently taken a job that he's making quite a bit of money. Good. And and however, we're at odds as to how to treat the two deaths that we have one is our mortgage and the other is another mortgage. And that's the reason I'm calling the mortgage is on a small apartment building. And I've been treating that baby step three. But wondering if we should actually be moving into baby steps four. So I don't know what to do. You mean? Baby. Step two. I'm sorry. Baby..

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"janury" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ease back to the upper twenty s to around thirty mid twenties to around thirty the week that follows for highs. I don't need this trouble. I just don't need. I know. I know I don't I don't Tom skilling. Brought to us by basements. I'm I at least we survived something. This is something we will talk about for a long time because I was just describing his to somebody who lives out of town about how what the color of the sky was here was different. Eerie experience something that we don't I certainly don't ever remember experience. I've been through this before. But I don't remember being out in it. I remember having this experience. But it is like the it's the light was different. The sound was different right Franken and. Visible properties to Arctic here. These very unique you get son dogs. You get light pillars Sasha the halos around the sun litter kind of prism colored. You get multiple what looks to be multiple sons on either side of the main disk of the sun in light pillars at night people who live out by O'Hare were telling me that the air traffic sounded much different tubes. The acoustics of the cold air different woman. Sound travels longer. Right. It does further. Yeah. I I had a woman who was of the university of Alaska in Fairbanks. And she was telling me that on these really cold mornings up there. She walked out of her dorm and tuna blocks away people were having a conversation. And she heard it like they were standing right next to her. Yeah. Now up there, you have a temperature inversion that was helping that along to. But that's that's pretty interesting stuff. We were fifty one was fifty one Bill that we wound up with ours below zero fifty two hours consecutively blows your of x the fourth longest. Of sub zero days. Yeah. On the books around here. And it was also the we finished the last week and Janury is the coldest last week in January. Thanks to they cold spell that. We've had and that was coming off a winter that it started tonight ten mile. So quite interesting. It was something and the pictures that are coming out of it. Now, I the again, I'm getting calls from people all over the country. Like my God what happened? And I'm like, well the picture as we've now learned the picture sometimes can exaggerate the effect. But there was some amazing. He's gigantic snow ice blocks on the beaches, and then the water smoking behind it, and then the beautiful, and that's the thing about the skyline of Chicago. Which is now in this massive change. We are this is the biggest this ten year period is the largest change. Stuck in in in the history and history of the skyline. Cincinnati. Says I started feeling all those buildings believe. And when you see what this is gonna look like at the end of next year when the final ones are are incomplete. It's they're pretty spectacular. The ones that have gone up along the river at the transformation there is just it's it's phenomenal. It's gorgeous. And in our lakefront Burnham had the right idea. You know, he's he envisioned all this is just stunning are lakefront. There aren't any cities. They can quite pair with that era. Come even close. It's it's amazing. That's one of the pieces of this that, you know, we talk about Chicago. We talk about it. And and, you know, thankfully, and I know that part of it was was weather related, but, but you know, we had the lowest number of shootings and murders in Chicago. Yes. Made in January January, you know as a singular month was was way down. Yes. But you also look at the amount of building and the amount of the the change in the city economically. This this city is getting a little bit smaller. But it is also other capita income's going up. There is you know, there are business opportunities. You see neighborhoods that once were either. There was nothing going on. They were they were industrial or they, you know, they've been cleared out. There's residences in restaurants and all kinds of stuff. It's really pretty amazing. It is amazing. I I live up in the edge water neighborhood. And we're course, we're right near Andersonville right next to them. And you know, what happened in the Andersonville is always a big story is happening now on Edgewater and look at the Wrigley. Bill mayhood. Donning gel in the nineties. Yeah. And I it was it was really a neighborhood. And we would you know, we'd like, you know, my daughter was young and we were walking around and trying to figure out where we were going to go get something to eat. And it was a whole lot of you could either have the Swedish pancake or you could have a full awful. To options. Right. And now you've got I cannot believe nightlife that is up there. Yeah. The restaurants there's too I just want to a new restaurant right across the street from loyal, and it's lovely. We tried it out last weekend. And it was just nice. But all kinds of neat stuff is the Davis theater. Still there. You know, what the four hundred is gone. The of the four hundred the cross, and I don't know. And I should know that I don't. Used to go there growing up but Davis is in Lincoln square. I'm thinking across Malloy along west. There was Davis Davis three hundred four hundred. Don't worry about nothing. We got it. All fine. You got all worked out as planned? I was always wondering there is, you know, it's usually like fast food restaurants right there along that strip there. Then there's the theater, but now it sounds like there's something a little bit loyal campus is totally change. It's lovely what's going on on campuses is great too. I mean, it's just. They've they've really done some amazing building and expansion up there, and it really is all for the good. It's beautiful. Let's see when the economy is good. How great things can. Yeah. Like. Her either. Yeah. Well, that's true. But the, but they do have there's yeah, there's restaurants. There's amazing stuff. That's happening. Even in neighborhoods that you that people had no hope for ten years. Oh, there are parts of Englewood. They're being developed right now that are absolutely. I mean, it is shocking is stunning to people who drive through there. And there are parts of the southwest side east side. And it's and there are just look at the west side. You look at how development has has grown through the west side. You know, it used to be a no-man's-land skid row they used to call it. There was just nothing, but a liquor stores, and and in drunks was just put call what it is lying on the street on Madison between the river, and then Chicago Stadium now it's million dollar row homes and businesses and the whole west loop and everything, and it's it's great. It's it's quite interesting to watch the transformation. That's gonna no question. That's making me feel better about the fact that there's.

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"janury" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"People in the program is interest in the stocks. They talk about in the motley fool may have formal recommendations for against syllabi herself stocks based solely on what you here. Welcome back. The motley fool money Chris hill here in studio. Once again, Jason Moser Andy cross and Ron gross. Our Email address is radio at full dot com. And with the big game on Sunday. This is a very timely Email from Bill Davis. He writes, there was a great New York Times article this week about the huge growth coming in sports gambling based on recent legal changes and attitudes and outlooks in the sports culture. Can you talk some about this expanding market opportunity, and maybe suggest a basket of stocks in this area? Jason we've talked about the war on cash basket. The health and wellness basket is a sports gambling. Approach this from the perspective. I'm not a big gambler. So it's hard for me to actually see worthy competitive advantage lies in any one particular entity where I do feel like there is an advantage. No matter what that money's got to go from point eight point beans. I've talked often about how with this move. I think that all of these payments providers have an opportunity to make some money from this market. So the war on cash basket certainly applies there to a degree. But I'm also gonna push Bill over to our a reason episode of industry, focus Janury fifteenth, Nick and Osset did a whole show on casino, stocks and sports gambling. It's like an hour long. And they really dug into a lot of that stuff. So I I would encourage him to go back there. Listen to the January fifteenth episode of of industry focus Bill because I care about you and listeners I did a little research here. These are not recommendations, but the the main players here you want to check out the stars group. William Hill Boyd gaming and if you're fan of the fan duel type. Companies Patty power bet fair out of Britain actually acquired fan duel. So that would be a way to play that William Hill. No relation. No, no. Before we get the stocks on our radar any prop bets for the game of interest to you guys because the one that always gets me is the over under on the singing of the national anthem. I feel like like you Jason I'm not a big gambler. But I look at that. And think gosh that seems like the easiest thing in the world to fix, and it's usually really great fodder for the stern show that following Monday. Is they always have fun with that. And then juxtaposing it with Robbins efforts the national anthem one time ago. Funny stuff, you could bet this year and most years on the color of gator aid that will be poured over the winning teams. Wow. Seems like you could get a little insight info on that too. Absolutely. I'm happy to share some news. It is really the best kind of news earlier this week, our friend and colleague, Matt singer became a father. Jaber a healthy baby. Boy, and I'm sure Matt did a great job standing next to her in the hospital while she did all the work everyone's doing well. We could not be happier in part because all of us around this table. And also behind the glass, we were all fathers. And so we all know just how sleep deprived match the next year or so so with that in mind, we've got a very special stocks on our radar this week. It is stocks for baby ARGUS singer not that Matt is not a great investor. He is. But we're going to offer up some ideas for this baby boy, and we'll be conservative in our time line. Because look, you know, what this kid has a head of him many more decades of investing. So we'll put together some ideas for when he turns twenty years old so radar stocks for twenty thirty nine St. bride is not only going to suggest a stock of his own. But he's he's going to pick one for the baby to double doubts. We're gonna have a five stop. Portfolio. Ron you're up. I all right. If little baby arguing or is going to be a snappy dresser. Like is dad. I've got to go back to Carter's, cri. The leading manufacturer of children's clothing in the US under names like Carter's Oshkosh b'gosh as I said, they are the dominant player here..

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"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What do you think about that? Weatherman losses job for Saint Martin Luther the Coon. I should have been fired. I mean that doesn't seem like a hard call. Yeah. I don't think he should have been oh gosh. We're gonna political here. Medical segment, it's not political at all after tease physical. We go one on the rundown. Nosy? Thank goodness. You you know, I don't tolerate stuff like that. Just don't do you believe in accident. I think he probably acts on air like accent that it slipped out on accident or do you got tongue-tied Tong tongue-tied when I went back and listen to it. Like some other people. Yeah. But I wouldn't even go there. All right. So the Rams and the saints played week nine of the NFL season. Saints won the game by ten points. Rams. First loss of the season. Kinda started that middle six games with the Rams were less than their best six things have changed from that game to what's coming up on Sunday afternoon. According to Rams wire I'm gonna run down all six of these really quick you guys tell me which one you think is the most important and why this might go different number one. They have C J Anderson is now a member of the Rams number two Sheldon rankings is out that of course, is the best interior linemen Ford the saints towards achilles. He's out. Keep to leave is back. That's number three number four down. Dante Fowler juniors. Fulltime starter? He's become a regular part of that defense. Number five Cooper Cup is hurt. And number six is Ted Ginn is healthy and playing well, I would I would say one C J Anderson foot for the Rams to would be to leap. Three would be the de Lima from New Orleans rankings rankings four would be Fowler Cup or gin Fowler. Five. Would be gene six will be Cup Cup is at the end. Thin charity. I it certainly not at the top for me. I think that cups jerk Goth has been a different quarterback since Cooper, that's fine. But the Rams at thirteen four Janury four note he cannot fourteen three seven to win. Kind of the Dallas one, okay? There. They've won since Cooper Cup. So any that big of a deal? No, you want to push it up. But no, not you know, quite understand that there some energy in the room. That's not what I was doing. That I do believe there are moments still in which you can tell that he would like his safety blanket provisional question about that. But my point is it didn't take away from what the Rams were able to accomplish. Yes. The Rams weren't because coober couples there they they were not all of a sudden going to be the number one seed over all they were not, you know, because they may be. They didn't lose any meaningful game by not having him in though. Okay. Let's stop right there for second. Because I wonder if he's there Chicago, and he's running more those intermediate routes if he's there against Philadelphia, and he has they have another weapon there because in both of those games. Josh Reynolds, really didn't do a whole heck of a lot Rams in the Rams as a whole do a high. I agree. But when Goth was under duress most of the season the guy that he went to more often than not was Cup. And he was under duress like crazy in both of those games and Cup wasn't there. I'm not saying that they win both of those just say I'm saying as a whole overall the Rams still accomplished. Yeah. What they needed to accomplish to get to the Super Bowl possibly in s with him out of the lineup. Now, he certainly is in that six category. But I just don't put him ahead of the reason I put a get ahead of him. Because now you have explosive weapon on the field for drew Brees..

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"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What do you think about that? Weatherman losses job for Saint Martin Luther the Coon. I should have been fired. I mean that doesn't seem like a hard call. Yeah. I don't think he should have been oh gosh. We're gonna political here. Medical segment, it's not political at all after tease physical. We go one on the rundown. Nosy? Thank goodness. You you know, I don't tolerate stuff like that. Just don't do you believe in accident. I think he probably acts on air like accent that it slipped out on accident or do you got tongue-tied Tong tongue-tied when I went back and listen to it. Like some other people. Yeah. But I wouldn't even go there. All right. So the Rams and the saints played week nine of the NFL season. Saints won the game by ten points. Rams. First loss of the season. Kinda started that middle six games with the Rams were less than their best six things have changed from that game to what's coming up on Sunday afternoon. According to Rams wire I'm gonna run down all six of these really quick you guys tell me which one you think is the most important and why this might go different number one. They have C J Anderson is now a member of the Rams number two Sheldon rankings is out that of course, is the best interior linemen Ford the saints towards achilles. He's out. Keep to leave is back. That's number three number four down. Dante Fowler juniors. Fulltime starter? He's become a regular part of that defense. Number five Cooper Cup is hurt. And number six is Ted Ginn is healthy and playing well, I would I would say one C J Anderson foot for the Rams to would be to leap. Three would be the de Lima from New Orleans rankings rankings four would be Fowler Cup or gin Fowler. Five. Would be gene six will be Cup Cup is at the end. Thin charity. I it certainly not at the top for me. I think that cups jerk Goth has been a different quarterback since Cooper, that's fine. But the Rams at thirteen four Janury four note he cannot fourteen three seven to win. Kind of the Dallas one, okay? There. They've won since Cooper Cup. So any that big of a deal? No, you want to push it up. But no, not you know, quite understand that there some energy in the room. That's not what I was doing. That I do believe there are moments still in which you can tell that he would like his safety blanket provisional question about that. But my point is it didn't take away from what the Rams were able to accomplish. Yes. The Rams weren't because coober couples there they they were not all of a sudden going to be the number one seed over all they were not, you know, because they may be. They didn't lose any meaningful game by not having him in though. Okay. Let's stop right there for second. Because I wonder if he's there Chicago, and he's running more those intermediate routes if he's there against Philadelphia, and he has they have another weapon there because in both of those games. Josh Reynolds, really didn't do a whole heck of a lot Rams in the Rams as a whole do a high. I agree. But when Goth was under duress most of the season the guy that he went to more often than not was Cup. And he was under duress like crazy in both of those games and Cup wasn't there. I'm not saying that they win both of those just say I'm saying as a whole overall the Rams still accomplished. Yeah. What they needed to accomplish to get to the Super Bowl possibly in s with him out of the lineup. Now, he certainly is in that six category. But I just don't put him ahead of the reason I put a get ahead of him. Because now you have explosive weapon on the field for drew Brees..

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"janury" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"And I don't think his impression or whatever you wanna call it of of George Bush was particularly great like he was just playing Sam Rockwell felt like Daniel collusion and nominated for best supporting actor from. He was scariest shit, dude. Maybe even if you want to like, I don't think Black Panther Shubin nominee for best picture at all. You wanna nominate if you wanna give not to Black Panther put a put Michael Jordan for kill monger. Yeah. The best one of the top three antagonise this year. Now, we're talking like people still tweeting about Black Panther turn your fucking outrage somewhere else. Just going to say, we're the first and only podcast to publicly blog that Roma would one hundred percent win best foreign picture for. They want to do it. We let me check check. Yeah. We're the only ones who called it. Yup. Only ones that said that only one. Fate us so much. So if you go to our predictions, we we made graphics for every category than these and then the and then when when you when you scrawl the way down to our prediction for best. Best picture foreign language. I didn't we didn't take the time to put all the nominees. It just AS Roma's going to win or Roma win that was that was the easiest pick of the night. That was the that was such an easy pick tonight that no one even remembered it was easiest pick. Like, we forgot like we said earlier the easy. The big issue was lady Gaga song. No, it was Roma. But it was such an obvious pick that made a mention it which barely couple of other ones in that category. Really good like shoplifters, apparently, very good. But there's no chance compared to Roma. Beautiful movies guessing longtime, but that's Karan's. His he's the absolute king of the long take. And I love long takes. Yeah. No. He is. He's great somebody actually somebody. If I hate enough Koran because I said, I didn't like gravity, and then I said in like his Harry Potter movie, which is it was a fair question. Because like the way it came out like, I guess, I can understand why somebody would think that. But I was like, oh, no. That's not what I mean. Happen to not love those two movies again. I don't I don't I don't love Roma is much other. Who's very good top fifteen year for sure not gonna be everyone's Cup of tea, but it's too beautiful fucking movie. My God these things where I think you need to differentiate what you call five for best picture, and what you qualify for best director like the best movie of the year might not have been made by the best director, and like the best record mind on me the best movie that year. So that's where I think it's by no Momo's by no means my favorite movie of the year or do. I think it's the best movie that you're, but I do think that it's direction was the best. Yeah. Well, I wouldn't give it to took her onto for sure I think he probably will win director, which who director last year, what's his name Gilmore thorough yet. Wouldn't that? Hold on a second. Let me let me just double check. I don't wanna be. I've been to mad tonight to be wrong. Now online. I think that continues a streak of like of directors from Mexico winning best like best director. Oh, that's right. And he and he's. I don't wanna say going. No because Damian she's out one. That's right. So in two thousand in in two thousand thirteen Alfonzo co-run one four gravity algae Alejandra Janury to Berman to fourteen hour hundred to one for revenue into fifteen deeming Giselle, definitely nights states one of two thousand sixteen and then game or the Toro when last year for shape water. And now, there's probably a good chance. Funke Coronas gonna win fig ups to Mexico gone. It's insane to Mexico will have had. Let's see. That's math is cool. Five out of the left. Six. Best director winters the authors of Koran that's insane. This after this podcasters there's going to be like another one million dollars donated to build that wall fund. Fucking. That's crazy. That's crazy guy. Those are incredible movies too. And I mean, Jesus all will very will deserve just a fucking arms race. Now. Vittore gonna get back in the saddle make a. Make another movie went his second. What's next movie toga, God del Toro? Yeah. Let's see Pacific rim three this time..

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"janury" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"And I don't think his impression or whatever you wanna call it of of George Bush was particularly great like he was just playing Sam Rockwell felt like Daniel collusion and nominated for best supporting actor from. He was scariest shit, dude. Maybe even if you want to like, I don't think Black Panther Shubin nominee for best picture at all. You wanna nominate if you wanna give not to Black Panther put a put Michael Jordan for kill monger. Yeah. The best one of the top three antagonise this year. Now, we're talking like people still tweeting about Black Panther turn your fucking outrage somewhere else. Just going to say, we're the first and only podcast to publicly blog that Roma would one hundred percent win best foreign picture for. They want to do it. We let me check check. Yeah. We're the only ones who called it. Yup. Only ones that said that only one. Fate us so much. So if you go to our predictions, we we made graphics for every category than these and then the and then when when you when you scrawl the way down to our prediction for best. Best picture foreign language. I didn't we didn't take the time to put all the nominees. It just AS Roma's going to win or Roma win that was that was the easiest pick of the night. That was the that was such an easy pick tonight that no one even remembered it was easiest pick. Like, we forgot like we said earlier the easy. The big issue was lady Gaga song. No, it was Roma. But it was such an obvious pick that made a mention it which barely couple of other ones in that category. Really good like shoplifters, apparently, very good. But there's no chance compared to Roma. Beautiful movies guessing longtime, but that's Karan's. His he's the absolute king of the long take. And I love long takes. Yeah. No. He is. He's great somebody actually somebody. If I hate enough Koran because I said, I didn't like gravity, and then I said in like his Harry Potter movie, which is it was a fair question. Because like the way it came out like, I guess, I can understand why somebody would think that. But I was like, oh, no. That's not what I mean. Happen to not love those two movies again. I don't I don't I don't love Roma is much other. Who's very good top fifteen year for sure not gonna be everyone's Cup of tea, but it's too beautiful fucking movie. My God these things where I think you need to differentiate what you call five for best picture, and what you qualify for best director like the best movie of the year might not have been made by the best director, and like the best record mind on me the best movie that year. So that's where I think it's by no Momo's by no means my favorite movie of the year or do. I think it's the best movie that you're, but I do think that it's direction was the best. Yeah. Well, I wouldn't give it to took her onto for sure I think he probably will win director, which who director last year, what's his name Gilmore thorough yet. Wouldn't that? Hold on a second. Let me let me just double check. I don't wanna be. I've been to mad tonight to be wrong. Now online. I think that continues a streak of like of directors from Mexico winning best like best director. Oh, that's right. And he and he's. I don't wanna say going. No because Damian she's out one. That's right. So in two thousand in in two thousand thirteen Alfonzo co-run one four gravity algae Alejandra Janury to Berman to fourteen hour hundred to one for revenue into fifteen deeming Giselle, definitely nights states one of two thousand sixteen and then game or the Toro when last year for shape water. And now, there's probably a good chance. Funke Coronas gonna win fig ups to Mexico gone. It's insane to Mexico will have had. Let's see. That's math is cool. Five out of the left. Six. Best director winters the authors of Koran that's insane. This after this podcasters there's going to be like another one million dollars donated to build that wall fund. Fucking. That's crazy. That's crazy guy. Those are incredible movies too. And I mean, Jesus all will very will deserve just a fucking arms race. Now. Vittore gonna get back in the saddle make a. Make another movie went his second. What's next movie toga, God del Toro? Yeah. Let's see Pacific rim three this time..

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"janury" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

O'Reilly Data Show

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

"In order to position of new the ethic -nology and imagining based solutions you also mentioned in the the one of the things that seems to hold company spent his in they might be concerned about explain ability fairness in buys. We also found this in our survey. So to what extent are you starting to hear people about this not in the sense of reading about it? But actually, this is about level issue that we when? Asked me Bill the state we have consider. Yes, I think we are saying this with some of us tumors way, you know, I mean, especially when it comes to help data or government related and bangs. I think you know, what they really want to know what actually drives the machine Honey model so in I mean, if a customer comes Magnus, why is it that I was not approved credit or something. And if it's just entirely based on a model as the model just told us that it's, you know, deny the application was says, except I think all these institutions want to actually have an answer if they actually question when why is it that this is the decision? So I think we on trying to helton's organizations and China ensure that the data that's used to build these models at as unbiased as possible, and that is difficult because historic data. May not be at data in some domain. So which office, but this is just the initial, you know, attempts by this is a real erectile men. I it is a real consultants. I think now when it comes to data, and, you know, pretty much earlier when studies detest takes deci can't as many unbiased, you know, samples in the data. But the thing is now is pretty much like some of the data is just by by nature. So you have to somehow short is unbiased before you actually build a model. So this has been a great conversation. I wanted to close by having Francisca give us a preview do they training which breaking news giant might be part of. She doesn't know what? Next year, so hard. Jessica will be each ING today training for us at the conference actually starting at San Francisco called four gassing financial time series with deep learning on Asher. So give us a high level overview of what so one what's the right backroom for someone for disrobing? What should they expect ler? So there are not too many correct receipts for these at today training. I think that experience with coding by Donna and be very useful than of resume. Busy understanding of machine. Learning nip learning affix and terminology also. And then I mean, we time serious for past also can help because again all day training today training is going to be focused on for casting financial time series, citing that these can be very helpful. So what I'm planning to do during these today training is a to the students through the course for using Azure machine. Learning service to train machine learning models, both locally and also nevermore computerese source. Then they will use it training and deployment workflow for machine learning service in icon, Jupiter know, actually, we will have a movable notable because we will start. We didn't ingestion data preparation for time series. And we will have a few notebook suggest for the modeling. Eat those. Absolutely. So you can then use the notebook as template to train, you know, your own machine. Earning Manila with your own at the app, specifically, the use case that we are going to use for abuser training is how Janury upmarket prediction with the longest short term memory Alice, the Emma and forks, so as many of you know, Radia models can use the story of a sequence of data. And then predict the one future elements of the sequence are going to seduce very helpfully many different financial use cases, for example, when you need to although prizes. So I will give any production to science the forecast than I will give any production as I said to narrow networks for time-series forecast. We will use Azure, machine learning services to build a these hand to hand the solution and apply..

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"janury" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"This is the million dollar show. It's going to change somebody's life and I'm excited to introduce you to my friend Mr. Bruce clay, the father of search engine optimization. Bruce Klay the author of search engine for dummies, the world's number one search engine expert in the house. Bruce. How are you? I'm doing great. Thank you. Bros your book search engine for dummies took me and I'm not exaggerating about seven to eight weeks to read it. I have the highlighter to prove it and anad read it again and again to fully understand it. The last version I read was seven hundred sixty something pages long, Helen. Did it take you to write surge engine for dummies? So widely approached us, and it took a while to actually end up with the agreements that we were going to ride it. The dummy series is pretty specific, so it's worth it understand that that the difference between dummies book and a normal book is that dummies will not allow you to define us attorney. That's not defined in the. A book. So we wrote it, we send it to the editors and they totally toward apart because we're used to the jargon of the industry. Right? And they weren't so mechanically. The first version of the book took over a year while. I think a lot of listeners a year working on a book concede like a long time in my start here book me a couple years from start to finish. How long did it take you to go from total start to finish? Well, we were lucky. We do a course on SEO. It's a classroom course for people who really need to know how it works. So we already had an outline for the entire book. All we had to do is actually go through our course materials and write it down for everybody else. The the job wasn't that hard. It was the actual writing. And when I say year, I'm not talking about car time for fifty two weeks. I'm talking about one year of tracked time for us to actually fulltime work on that book. You know, wildly approached you to write the book. I know about you because. I'm big into the big in the franchise world. We're good lot of franchisees on franchise ORs. I work with a lot of business owners and your name comes up in conversations a lot in for the listeners out there who don't know your name, but who will undoubtably search you on Google in the search engines and have find the book surgeon for dummies and find your website. Can you explain how you became the search engine guru that you are today? Absolutely. This was back in January of nineteen. Ninety six for those. You remember that far back. I think that's when out gore invented the internet. Thank you l.. But yeah, Janury ninety six on my dining room table. I was deciding I wanted to try my hand. It consulting. I had had, you know, large corporate positions, but I wanted to consult. I thought it was going to be somewhat easy. Bachelor's is in math and computer science have an MBA thought, hey, this marketing thing and programming and algorithms is right up my alley. So I started doing it. Then it took off and it just grew hired. A couple people kept growing hired a couple more. I'm now located in southern California in a suite of twelve offices with offices around the world. So it has certainly grown over twenty two years. You're right. I've been given credit for basically being one of the founder. IRS of the entire industry. In fact, if you do Google search for who is the father of SEO, I show up a real quick Rick. I have an audio clip from somebody a whiz. We're talking about fathers and father related conversations. Perhaps the listeners out there aren't as familiar with Star Wars as I am. But there was a a scene in that movie where Darth Vader was claiming to be Luke's father, and you just claim to be the potential father of the search engine industries. So Bruce Vitz, okay, I wanna play audio excerpts one of our listeners called in and wanted to leave this for you. Bruce. Are you ready for this? I'm ready here. We go..

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"janury" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"I really am itching to read it all again because it ended yeah it's a hundred and forty four issues which is unlike the walking dead that's still going and kirkman has no paints to ever end it this is like a complete thing i picked up issues along the way that we're like just random but like he starts at as a little kid and he ends up as a man any he becomes like a different person he grows you follow this fantastic actually end up in the same play like you know like all marble status quo right yup this in this like you know it's a complete story in an end i love it and it recently ended in february of this year rugs one forty four i wouldn't mind check out the first trade but i'm excited to see this more from kirkman you know back when walking dead was good he was doing good of that i still read the comic book i still enjoy the book there's some crazy shit going on almost twenty the walkie comic book has been going on for almost twenty years and and invincible to which in itself is invincible started when they start in itself that's a feat for independent publishers janury two thousand three invincible started so that's pretty good last thing in our new section we usually talk about video games unless they're about spiderman it's if you follow the three news that just occurred you know there's a new spiderman game coming out for the ps four there's so much play footage demo footage like twenty minutes and our and let me tell you what i so obsessed over a game i probably will never play or own because i don't have a playstation four but holy god damn it looks fucking on believable arkham night yes yes which is great this game i mean it's rockstar so i believe the nation could pull together their money baio patient for nation christmas i don't celebrate christmas i'm a heathen muslim but i still appreciate honestly do i would shit i watched them like i really considering station for i don't know apparently the there's different suits but the explain it in the game and the story just put just swinging around new york city the spiderman two game for the playstation was amazing this is like that plus a million times fucking better here's a couple of awesome things you could do it in his gave that you could've do it for you could do the upside down webb hang that's always fun just to hang out just like tom holland spiderman in homecoming spiderman doesn't kill people in this game also kind of like batman in arkham right he didn't really a killer never killed but in this game when you knock someone off the building you can climb over and he webs them to the building you can go back later and get them and take them to the police and turn them in this is detail there's also a clip of him diving from the top of the tallest building in new york city like screen and just fucking falling and you see it looks booking amazing this should be the standard for how superhero give open like you.

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Head of Oklahoma teachers union calls for an end to 9-day walkout

America in the Morning

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Head of Oklahoma teachers union calls for an end to 9-day walkout

"And cloudy our top local story this hour governor kim reynolds says president trump intends to expand e fifteen resolve the dispute with china and review the possibility of re entering the transpacific partnership reynolds and other governors met with the president and congressional leaders thursday at the white house to talk about agriculture and trade reynolds says the president understands that for farmers to be successful consumer markets had to be grown and not contracted our top national story teachers in oklahoma are heading back to the classroom after a nine day walkout while the walkout is ending today and we're going back to school we are not just giving up and going home oklahoma education association president alicia priests said teacher secured four hundred seventy nine million dollars in funding for the next school year pre said that will bill mounted the largest pay raise for teachers in the state's history to university of iowa graduates are behind the new blockbuster movie the quiet place we're not how the movie it'd be received we watched you know rough a few weeks ago and feel really grateful that audiences so far have kind of been latching onto the film that's brian woods he and scott beck started making movies and when they were kids in bettendorf the quiet place is a horror film about a family that must live in complete silence to to avoid creatures that hunt by sound the to say they got the idea while in a non verbal communication class at iowa movie has janury generated more than sixty million dollars in the us and local real estate agents are seeing high demand for homes in a specific price point the resale market when you get to fifty and under is is is as hot as it can be brennan buckley of the area association of realtors says there are about thirty one hundred homes on the market that's about one hundred more than we're.

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"janury" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"We're also talking about two sets of potential new user bases right we're talking about people who have a high end phone that is ageing so say galaxy s sixer s seven they bought it it was eight nine hundred bucks when they bought it but now it's two three years old those security updates in those updates in general are now stopping and then there are the people who bought the current generation inexpensive phones like the g started like the the stilo three and they may never seen update for instance my even my motor g five plus a phone that i think was the best budget phone of 2017 is still on android seven point 0 and it still has a janury sorry no no janury he in april 2017 security patch and this is an unlocked version pool security badges out of this for a minute because i do not you know i am not a lawyer but i have talked to one if in in is example was extreme if everybody with an iphone was somehow got a dollar stolen from them from above in the software only if they used garage and for service varazdin in apple would be held liable for that that's that's fixes your security patches when this apocalypse that people like me predict yet pray never happens when it comes and at t the will when when they have to fork out a bunch of money then they'll reevaluate how and why they keep phones up to date for in a user privacy and security and if they know there's a problem with the phone they sell and are under contract to maintain and they don't fix it they will be liable in almost every state as another person it is also not a lawyer i can imagine that they're very smart people who are lawyers lg at every other company that have written end user license agreements that everybody agrees to uh that indemnify them as ya i'm sure that they've written them but.

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"janury" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Was trying to cover up a cover for bobby bruce away to get him out of prison that's manses explanation for the whole thing well yeah in for for the part uh well i guess we should go ahead and say that um that all of these people went to prison on uh and susan atkins patricia krenwinkle leslie van houten they all were you know still so under his spell that they were fully ready and did take the blame for these killings um but when it comes to parole it it what's in janury 1971 that they were all convicted on all the counts a murder conspiracy to commit murder um but years later as parole hearings would come up for all these women in tech's watson and manson himself uh the reason why they were continually denied um even like tex watson became a bornagain christian in you know supposedly turned his life around but they out none of them would would take responsibility all these years later they would all still say that it was manson was manson and from what i understand a big part of getting your parole approved in is to finally take full responsibility for what you had done right and none of them would do it and they were all all denied over the years um susan atkins eventually died of brain cancer in two thousand nine um and then just a few days ago um well leslie van houten in september of last year was actually recommended for parole in just a few days ago as of this regarding uh the governor of california.

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"janury" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Be back everybody to the third segment of the krypton show on sabally janury seven 2018 and the speaking of january later this january on the fifteenth sixteenth that is is the world crypto economic forum we had a honors our previous guests a jundam who is the organizer of that conference in unfortunately we uh protect the whole reasons lost much of the interview but uh we did do a recap of what was said during the interview about the conference among other things so uh do if you're able to check out the row crypt okinawan former wbc ef dot c o you'd still get tickets if you're gonna be in the san francisco area any way or you just always wanted to go to san francisco you might as well go to the conference against the world crypto economic forum website is wc ef dot c o and a senior fifteen through sixteen at the south san francisco conference center so definitely a skimming this year should go next year are let's you back to our guest star the mohand again we're talking about uh bitcoin and consensus in how uh as john johnson was putting it he mason apted lg to catholicism and protestantism nomination eliza whereby bitcoin core is sort of this a benevolent dictator like the pope within catholicism uh or for for instance how given andriessen was a sort of political nominated to be such by uh uh earn kevin hearns the chemical or help italic is in a theory improper or.

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"janury" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"And uh yeah i i i agree like koogle's done enough to fix the pixel to excel that i could easily recommend to somebody who wants a big phone and it is a big phone i mean it's bigger than a lot of other sixinch phones because this bessa luis screen is pretty basil task stick look at the ymca this whole bustle lists thing you need to do is get rid of that word but i mean just look at how well the iphone plus model cell they sell amazingly well as far as i know they're there outselling the small version of the same model of phone anz it's because people want that big screen and they don't care that it's a it's a surfboard especially with the iphone because is so thin and flat in space in softly rounded that you just cannot hold on to the thing people want that bigger screen so i totally understand through pixel the pixel to is too small for a lot of people and i think google probably would have been universally panned for just releasing the pixel to and not the xl but that does mean after agree with it you don't have to agree with it and the beauty is that you can get either one and right now actually if you go to the pixel if you go to the google store you can get a 100dollar credit for anything else in the store if you buy a pixel so that's actually really cool if horror on projects fi i believe they give you a one hundred dollar project fi credit richest thatcher carrier it's effectively just one hundred dollars back in your pocket yeah that's true too so pixel to awesome phone i still think it's the best phone out there let's talk about another phone that's coming out soon dish we don't really know exactly when but it's the wally we may ten pro we have it on good authority that this phone is launching in the us in janury probably.

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"janury" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Well the one plus whatever on plus as a company jerry is in a bit of hot water on we heard over the weekend of warlord and we heard in the last couple of days again because this is something that came to light janury but nobody really noticed while plus hat it's it's analytics tracks what you do on your phone but not only that it takes a little bit further what what are you what are you hearing about this i i hate what they did they uh i mean they're they're they they don't completely anonima as it because they're also collecting identification earth dana that identifies you though phones the the the phones imei the phone serial number this is one plus the people you sent the money to to buy the phone with the serial number they sent to you if they had the serial number they have your name and i don't like that at all then we find out that it it's opt out but we've hidden the setting in the setting is labelled something completely different and they're not trying to trick anybody they just didn't want to bring any extra attention to what they're doing and when it comes down to it every other company ship for apple in google and microsoft does the same exact thing so what are they trying to learn from you when they captured this they they number one they want to they they look for hardware issue software bugs you know if your phone crashes or apt crashed eight they get that kind of data which is good is l you know that that's something reasonable and they look for how you use your phone are you.

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"janury" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Would you say it much movies at eight percent unrun think holy cow that's crazy men fifty million dollars six juleps her lowest rotten tomato movie uh our best movie you've never heard of that members to grin not by member super has been on equal be more than a program is pretty low if villa until greg miller looked bettman v superman thank you greg miller must be just kidding himself this now he likes that many does either linseed i don't hate it which is probably the best couple item janury either but i don't like if at 27 percent i felt like it was close the fucked up but it was it was in the area of being okay i just enjoyed henry cavill has kofin area he's a kid seeps he's a good was thanks do you have like a why did they overlook retirement alignment what uh yeah like the free poss do you have that i find that once you reach a certain level of like possibility like you would never give it to make great she has once what's yours why can't say who is though brain i forgot final edwin pirates me why are you allow unwise but seems unfair we always said they would never be out as wheat and the that might happen like whoever the other person is and what want some guy or you can have one she she thinks that like i'll just be able to go and me of grecoturk she not possibly meet this other person she totally kit right kisella would say why is it not we're not equal butter but i'm not fussed but.

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