32 Burst results for "Janus"
"janus" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"I think it's all within us, you know? And I think the more convenient this stuff becomes, the more inconvenient it becomes over time. I picked up my phone. I forget we're not on camera. We're not on video. Off camber stuff and all of that. We've figured it out. So imagine if you're running to your right, you pull up your right leg a bit more and it would be shorter on the ground. A bit like if you were standing right now standing up. This is a great example. I had a guy called janus come and see me and he has an amputee. And so standing through his two supports, you could see on the side where he's wearing a prosthetic limb, the limb slightly shorter. And what it was doing was throwing out his pelvis slightly. So a bit like running. If you were running and you were landing without that ability to understand shock absorption, you'd be driving one side of the pelvis up over time. Or hammering the knee over time or striking into the ankle too much. So with him, it was, okay, all you need to do is just bend your bend your bend your right leg so they bend his right leg and you just drop his hips in. Rather than standing on a really strong straight rigid leg, just bend the knee slightly and then take him through running and then barefoot running and then coached him into like technique of running it was phenomenal. He's now coaching his amazing coach and we all can now has a natural movement studio over there and he's teaching basically natural movement we're in a practice which involves balancing, lifting, jumping, all of these practices, right? And it all came from that conversation of ah, I could have back pain, the reasons back pain, they just bend the knees and walk. So if you were standing and you were to put a block underneath your foot when you're standing, which would represent the bank where I'm running and it's dropping off into the sea and you just bend that knee somewhere, or it would bring your pelvis into alignment, and that's the way you look at running. It's as if you just bend one leg more than the other. They're both landing underneath you, and this is the danger of not having your feet landing underneath you. If you're swinging your legs like a pendulum, which is more associated with walking, that leg will have to be straighter and out in front of you when it makes impact with the land. Therefore, you can't bend it, try and keep the feet underneath. If you're on this, like a unicycle, but it has two wheels, you know? And it's yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. No, I get it. It will be interesting. So in the final throws of training for this upcoming adventure, I want to go through all the stuff that you've done since we first sat down. But right now, you're getting ready to do this two thousand kilometer run that you're going to complete in 22 days. This is what you're referring to, the south coast. It's known as the southwest coastal path. And it's just north of where we're living now. It's a place called mine head and you're starting minded, which is Somerset. And then you run the coast of
"janus" Discussed on Winsidr WNBA Show
"And so I think having that kind of freedom and being able to work off of crystal while still still playmaking because don't get me wrong like sabb is still an amazing playmaker. And so I think that pressure was kind of lifted off her shoulders a bit and she kind of just be yourself. I found that even last year she would kind of rush her shots a little bit and that would kind of mess her up and I think this year she just took the time to kind of get herself set, I think her jump shot really improved throughout the year. I was really focused on watching her develop that. And I think that's all of that contributed to her making that leap. And I'm just really happy because this is a sad that we all knew that she could be like this. Especially if you're watching her in college and it makes me happy as a Romanian and makes me happy as a lips fan. And yeah, I was just really, really impressed with her season overall and I'm so excited that she's with the lids and I'm so excited to see where it goes from here. You named one of the two players I personally think really contributed to her success this season. One being crystal dangerfield because like you said that allowed her to move off the ball and once she was off the ball, the other player that really comes to mind is Steph Olson because I don't know if there's a better off ball screener in the WNBA. And a lot of times if you're just seeing the ball sit on one side of the floor and not watching all of the mess that that's going on to free Sabrina up, you're missing some really good actions and a lot of off ball screens, a lot of just movements, some staggers. There's just so much going on and oftentimes it's staff in the middle of that. And then Sabrina coming out of the wash with a lot of room. And the fact that she can shoot from 28 feet. That helps. That helps a lot. She doesn't have the quickest first step, but I always say that the way that you can get yourself a first step is you make the defense come out to you 5 feet further out because that's the screen that doubles aren't coming out there. Then you've got a little bit more leeway to get yourself into first gear. So yeah, just a really great season from her. We also saw the emergence of a couple of players that were part of the 2019 draft class that we hadn't seen in a couple of years. Han Shu first, who really hit the ground running from outside of the rotation at the beginning of the year because she just didn't have in the coaching staff's eyes. The speed and the physical strength to really hang with some of the larger teams. But Han went on to average 8 and a half points a game off the bench. And also marine janus, who I think we're going to talk a lot about over the next few minutes. Marine hit ten points a game. 43.7% from deep and tons of gorgeous assists. These two players just what were your expectations from where they were in 2019 to them coming this season to New York? Yeah, I mean, I was super excited to hear that they were coming back, especially for Han. I just thought, I think New York definitely needed the size. I think they need. And we'll talk about this later too when we talk about what they kind of need to be a contender, but I'm in the mindset that you need a big who can also shoot the ball. And I made this pun. I'm very, very proud of this fun miles. And I know you know which one I'm going to say, it was Han shooter because she's a shooter. And that's really, yeah. That's how I described her. And I really like that sandy kind of had her trust in her and kind of knew when to pull her out. And kind of showing that she's still kind of learning and she's going, how she goes. And with marine, marine was just so fun to watch this season. I mean, she was making plays that you just kind of like, this is basketball is an art. It's an art to watch her play like that. And I'm super happy with both of them. And I think they play such exciting basketball, especially marine. And yeah, I mean, what more could you have asked from them, right? Absolutely. And Jackie Powell would often bring this up about a quote that she heard on a broadcast from Andrea Carter describing the way marine played basketball and she said it seems like she's playing underwater. And that's just a lot that I love. And there's just such a fluidity to her game. And I would always say that she, to me, reminds me of one of these mobile quarterbacks in the NFL, where she was not at her best when she was just standing in one place, dribbling the air out of the ball, letting actions develop. She had to be on the run and freelancing. And then once she was, that's what opened up everything else. So it just really, she is, like you said, just a joy to watch. And I think that's something that impressed me personally about on the season. It's just seeing the growth in season, just seeing her get comfortable. Coming into the year, she only knew a few players that were on the that were still holders from that 2019 team. And Rebecca Allen wasn't there yet. So that was one of them. And the other one was AD, and AD had also missed the last two seasons. But their friendship was really, really great, but it helped on become comfortable. And the other player that she knew before the season was Natasha Howard, who she'd played with for a season in China. And having somebody in her position group to help her along and help her settle in, I think, was also really helpful for her. So we saw this was something that sandy had said throughout the year was that at the beginning of the season, they were not comfortable putting on into any kind of switch actions. She just had to fight through all the screens, had to do everything to make sure that her player stayed in front of her. And going back and watching some of that film, you would see a lot of players were left open because they just didn't trust Han to recover, didn't trust her to be in the right place to communicate those switches. But about 6 weeks into the season, she started doing that more. And then by the end of the year, she was doing that really instinctually. And covering a lot of ground, her rebounding definitely looked a lot stronger than I did back in 2019 where she had the height, not quite as much height because she did grow an inch in the three years where she wasn't here. But she just didn't have the strength, the lower body strength to box out and really just get involved in some of those 50 50 balls that she was able to this year with a lot more consistency. And we're watching her do that on the world stage now during the feba games. So just seeing Hans growth in that respect and she's still only 22 years old and she said at the end of her exit interviews that she wants to be back in New York next year, both players said that marine might have a little bit of a harder time because the French seasons always that league ends later and we've got prioritization to navigate and but that's a long way away I think a lot is going to happen in terms of that conversation because
"janus" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"So its description of the upper part of a room dates back to the 16th century, but before then it really was a kind of building term really to plaster the interior of a rib. And I spoke of a vaulted ceiling, the vault also is that the place up there as well as it being something that is voltage. What does that actually mean a vault? A vault is a self supporting arch ceiling, isn't it? Usually made of bricks or stone. And etymologically, it goes back to a really productive Latin verb vulvae, which had the sense of rolling or tumbling, or turning around. And if you add re in front of that revolver 8, you get the meaning of turning back or turning around. And that's the basic idea behind revolves, revolution, which is overturning, isn't it, our government usually revolt as well. And the sense of vaulting as in leaping also comes from that idea of rolling or tumbling. So there's a sort of gymnastic sense is also linked to that. Oh, so the pole vault, the pole vault is the same leaping in the air using a pole. Yes. And the vault in the ceiling is the one that the sort of arch that springs up, if you like, it rolls up to the eye to form a roof. But vaults, can they sometimes be below ground I think of a safe being a vaulted safe. Yes, they absolutely can. So it can be a larger and more chamber used for storage, especially in underground one. So quite I'm not trying to think why I'm not quite sure how that relates really to the idea of a ceiling, but somehow we took it definitely goes back to that Latin word vulvae. Maybe it's rolling or tumbling down instead of upwards. Well, sometimes that you can have the one word, meaning to totally contrary. You can cleave, for example. She cleaved to my side, and I cleaved the piece of wood, or we have a cleft in a piece of wood. Oh, it breaks it apart. It makes it apart, but contra nims. Yeah. They're called contra nims. So in a way, a vault can be a bit of a contrary, because it's definitely a vault up there above you, and also it can be a vault down in the depths. Yes. I mean, I think their whole idea of rolling away is probably informing both of them. But that is quite interesting, isn't it? We should do something on continents. They're also called janus words because Jane is the keeper of doorways in Roman mythology and January is named after him, but also he was depicted remember as the God with two faces, one looking forward and one looking back. Looking into two directions at the same time. I've always found. While we're looking up, we're looking up into the eaves of a building. What are they? And is that an interesting old word? Yeah, that's the stage of edges that overhang the face of a wall and project beyond the side of a building.
"janus" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"And it was one of, in my opinion, one of the three best guys in the first half. It was Tatum rob and Pritchard in that first half. There's really nobody else. And then, you know, obviously the wheels came off. It's the trickle down. It's just when you try to get 30 minutes out of guys like Peyton Pritchard and they turn into pumpkins. If Peyton Pritchard was suited to play 30 minutes a night, he'd be a starter somewhere. Like, it just is what it is. Like, you have guys who have roles. 12, 14, 15, 16, 18 minutes. You know, in certain times, sometimes those minutes go up because they're giving the game what it needs at that time or you find you find a lineup or a matchup that you like. That's great. But you know, you pump it up to 30 minutes because Marcus smart is out. That's just, you know, he's miscast there. You know, there's things that he does for you. Things that he can't. And Marcus smart is sharad said, his ability to settle things to control that offense to get them back into what they're doing. 17 assists in the first half, 5 in the second. Holy crap. You know, they just landed on total shutdown. Yeah, they had almost all of their points in the pain. The first half and they stopped doing that too. And again, credit Miami for 14 points in the third quarter. But they needed people to kind of do the things they do. And when Miami got hot and got hot from the perimeter, you need a guy like Marcus smart in there. You need a guy like Marcus smart to body up. Jimmy Butler and be savvy enough not to follow him every single freaking time. And so I know people will be like the refs. Look, I get it. It's frustrating when you get guys who get calls and butlers one of those guys who gets calls. We just got through a Giannis series. Buckle up. You're going to get a lot of this stuff with butler as well. He earns a lot of it. He's crafty. He's smart he knows what the hell he's doing. And he gets and he doesn't and he doesn't get him in the same way janus gets him. He's not playing bully ball out there and just driving it in the corner. No, he's up faking. He's getting him. Yeah, he's getting you on pump fakes. He's getting. I mean, he got niece myth. He works at all those guys. Yeah, exactly. I mean, those guys are going to learn. I mean, the thing is, it's all on the tape too. You just got to watch the tape and you just got to be thinking out there like, okay, this guy's, I mean, hell, pat Beverly on his, you know, on his media tour. He went and said, you know, it's easy to cover. You just got to know Jimmy Butler's gonna pump fake. That's all. Pat Beverly, the hater of the year right now, but. Jeez. Man, he is so damn entertaining though, man. That is a train wreck. Every single one. He used to be one of my favorite guys to watch..
"janus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Talk success Both sides are hypocritical I don't believe anyone Do I see it as a positive Yes because Venezuela will go bankrupt Someone has to give We are weak If they lived sanctions things can get better here But for those expecting a quick turnaround they may be disappointed Just a few months ago we traveled to maracaibo once Venezuela's oil capital This is a country that used to have a capacity of around 3 million barrels of oil a day It's now under a million People there were despondent Janus Rodriguez is a fisherman on Lake maracaibo Once the beating heart of Venezuela's oil industry Now it's just a desert I don't know how to explain it I don't know if the U.S. has seen this or other countries understand what Venezuela is like How it affects fishermen Not just fishermen but the entire time Any increase in production would require a great deal of investment and an easing of sanctions The Middle East the experts is the only solution in the short term Francisco monaldi is the director of the Latin America energy program at rice university's baker institute in Houston China is getting tons of money compared to the past the previous two years Having said that the disruption of the markets that is happening is going to make the Russians send tons of oil to China at a heavy discount and that will disturb Maduro's business That report from our South America correspondent Katie Watson.
"janus" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"So things came up. Even in my office, I had very close. I didn't say she was the width. I did that. I just said. When she gave us she had she made a phone call that night. Well, what happens is everybody twists it into their own minds. So turn it into the story they wanted to fit in and if it doesn't fit that narrative stuff gets caught now. And it didn't even in the narrative. It doesn't end up next quarter case. And it's a problem too because she has such a following as I was writing this book. There's another guy writing it. Very quickly. Errors on some bears. I didn't get an attorney to stopping for a new scenario. The whole thing is working. My attorney told me, I can't make people. All right, true. Even I could have done it for my own self when even this quoted me. But he can say whatever you want. So he wrote a page in his book. That I believe is people don't like me. Right? I mean, nobody knows. Even in the case Fauci can put it together. Nobody should be able to say that she walked across the eye of his role in states. Like it was her dancing that caused him to paint her around. He shouldn't be up now to her right side. And now a documentary statement being made. And I'm like, what are you going to do? Show my sister. Coming into this night, look like she's wrong and I don't have any way to stop it. I'm studying why is this person doing this? Why is he writing this information? It's a big reason to make the element in that part of the train. It's never went away. But really now I know why I think it's too late. It's not in the mail. So we can change voice was never heard. Some sisters. You link, you link Fort Lauderdale to this and the drug trade for this. What's some other information that you share with listeners, regardless of drug trade? Well, the prosecutor attorney on janus case told me point blank said this was the largest one of the largest trafficking area. I mean, drug trafficking areas. He constantly was prosecuting for that. You also had a very large well-known person that lived in that area that the same author that upset about wrote a book about him. His next book was about the guy named Wally fracture. Was humongous drug writer from South America. During my journey, I met with a fella that actually went and witnessed protection. He was part of the motorcycle. But guys, so you're saying there's a cover up. Let me always say this one question. When I was there in 1990, my dad and I stayed, all we searched the Woods, we climbed. I mean, we looked everywhere on my sister. Because we didn't think we could get across prosecution within the body. So, I mean, hundreds of people were looking for Jane and the hundreds of police and the community members, it brought a community together. And we all went to Jamie. I'll never forget this police people type people came in. And they said, they called in the federal government came into Radford. They're special team. I know now what their specialty was. Which agency. We didn't really know in 1980, but who, why would agency of any kind come in and work? A little college girl's case. I always said that. Well, when in 2016 that police officer introduced me to a valid that said, he was the guy that brought me in. And he gave the background and it came out of Stanford University and was a Sacramento. How man reach? Remote viewing stuff. The governor. So what agency would that be? All I know is what I experienced in 1981. It was probably in the modern in the fall. They were getting desperate. You know, they couldn't find jaina. Do we prosecute the guy or not? I believe that when they killed two other people, before we even got him back in jail, in order before we even charged in Virginia's. But I didn't know that for sure then. But you can see it clearly now. In the Virginia two people don't die within 24 hours. There's another guy that died out on the 81. Interstate 81. That as we were finding my car, they were working that case. That discovery of the execution style murder. And they just blamed it under a new. But this is small town American two murders in 24 hours. He must have known or saw no one of them. And then that was it was streamed between 9th and genome now and missing. And it was not until September, the 9th or so, whatever that day it was. We got charged and then the trial wasn't until December that year will in August. Again, lady was murdered in the Ohio. It's in the pockets in the coalface mode. I mean, it's in the police bounce. They're communicating with each other. Ohio and Virginia. I'm being there. But we knew it because we were there in my dad was heartbroken when he learned in another girl who had been killed. You know, trying to find her so we could just be prosecuted. But the prosecutor was a young new attorney and he went after it. It didn't back off..
"janus" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"So I think there's reason for charades and cautious concern, that kind of thing, but panic off this one ailment that really didn't hobble rob all that much and Graham was down different players too later. Different injuries. Different players. Different semantic arguments with panic. It's not panic. It is flat out like this could but if we're calling it like a mild concern, I think that's fair. No, it's not. It's only my look, you can be mildly thinking so many levels of it. Or heavily concerned. The point is we create the hierarchy right now. No concern. There's like 5 mile concern medium concern. Yeah, where's our panic meter, John that we have that? I think I had also created last year. We already needed exactly large concern. Is it big golf concern? Is it in there? Panic meter, but it was janus was on the far end of the panic. I'm always on the floor. I was next to him and it was just a ride. Yeah. Never concerned. But we'll see. I don't want to be. You think I want to be concerned? I don't want to be concerned. I don't want to see the, and what is it? Any BH medical report on that comes out every damn day and everyone gets everyone going every day. Exactly. All of a sudden, you get that alert and you're like, oh, God, here we go. And you start scrolling down the list and all I do is text Doc Flynn every single day. I'm like, how bad is this? Yeah, yeah. I'm gonna go with this team. And I know people in the comments are like figure out what's going on with the medical staff. It's like, all right, that's the hardest thing to do in this, you know, how are you gonna do a deep dive on stuff, you know, nothing about. Right. We're all just always guessing with the invisible. There's no point to guess it, but again, it's always.
Hail Mary Saints: Winston has 4 TDs, Saints beat Washington
"Janus Winston threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and four touchdowns as the saints came away with the thirty three twenty two win over the Washington football team Winston connected with Marquez Callaway on to the scores including a hail Mary on the last play of the first half which covered forty nine yards Winston also hit Deonte Harris with a seventy two yard strike Alvin Kamara rushed for seventy one yards and caught a touchdown pass Antonio Gibson scored twice for the football team off Taylor Heinicke was intercepted twice Greg Heister Landover Maryland
"janus" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Network. That's right for a christmas lonzo based upon your intra. How many bt christmas movies have you seen in about a half dozen really. Yeah yeah they. They don't do they don't they. Don't turn out volume that. Like you know lifetime and hallmark you but for the last couple of years they'd definitely sort of been laying groundwork as being a player in this field and the ones that i've seen before now i think fall more into the kind of what we would traditionally expect a lifetime and hallmark. When this wouldn't get into why this one is maybe a little different little bit little bit. Shaly rose stone up. Yes yeah she talked about it when she was on our show. Yeah how much fun. She making the movie. Well this. This movie premiered the same week as christmas duet. Wow i looked it up. Yeah so she was busy that yes. She was sure good for her. Yeah yeah i honestly. My christmas do was unfortunate knowledge of. it's fine. what did we. What are we saying. The book i remember being higher on it probably then than i am now but just because i thought the leads were good. Yeah i you know it has it. Has its problems but it has you know the. The song is good songs in their songs. Good i you know i love me some Of course her name has flown out of my head right. I but the the the woman who plays like hotel critic movie. One of my favorite hallmark eric directors and so embarrassed that i forget his roth rothbury. It's terrible roth. I'm here to help alonzo when you need. Just let me know appreciate. I am getting to that age. No i'm chris has some has some stuff in it christmas duet. I said fan plus an original song i actually loved Paying said really enjoyed the plot they can both sing the lights out and dan said a lot going for lock going against so. That sounds like you know most. That's chris i my knowledge of bt. Christmas movies is limited. I feel like it's a newer venture for them. Like twenty seventeen. Two thousand eighteen is when they kind of started to throw a few out. There is that correct. As far as i can tell you. I'm not a the last word on this. But that's my impression. Are they still doing it. Did they do anything last year to get shut down for covert or i think they might have had a couple last year but i think this is sort of an ongoing thing and some of them are like straight acquisitions but some of them are generated by the network and I believe there is one woman who directed several of them. And so you know. They're getting into this Playing field for sure. This is a joint. Did you know the christmas set up as joint. Did you know that. I don't know i don't know how i don't know in what role they Have but the. I was on website Today and it's under their catalog of movies that they claim a mar vista joint. Or if they funded help funder whatever point some former fashion. Yes here. I was thinking i get to see a movie i liked. But if they christmas up like hey they. They claim on their website. That's all that's all. I'm going to say. They claim that they're they're fascinating company. I that i wanna know more at a later date Holiday highest you guys ready. Let's do it originally on bt on november nineteenth twenty nineteen and it went a little something like this meat jade holiday she runs. Well helps her family jewelry store happen. Her father kinda runs it she. She's in it you know chug along. And they have a big holiday display that they call the holiday jewel. The company is struggling so they decided to launch a website after j.j. Brother gives her his dad. A quick lesson in what is a website. The website can't come soon enough because the company is seventy three thousand dollars by christmas day. Just kidding to twenty-seven jay has a boyfriend main preston janus boyfriend named preston. He is a police officer. And they have been going out for a while she's wondering if he's going to pop the question and also wondering what she'll say if he does she's not sure is he. Mr right the we then me. Guy named devon who is back in town apparently owes some money to Guys that he Had a previous business with. He wants to leave his robbing days behind him but he agrees to one more job basically to pay off what he owes. And then he's out he just so happens The job is to steal the holiday. jewels So he goes by the store in ends up walking out now with the jewels but with a job then he helps the the dad. Bring the christmas tree home. So he's just getting closer to family right out of the gate and naturally he catches jade when she's trying to put the angel in the tree he literally catches are it's a classic turns out. The jade is really passionate about fashion. And not so much about jewels and one night. She's hanging out with devon. He's like you should go for it. You should do what you love the next night. Preston's like you should not do what you love. You should be my wife and be a mom. jaden devon are both Crushing in at work. They're selling all the things and they ended up going out for hotdogs one night after work and they get to watch a guy that they sold a ring to propose. It's a wonderful moment. They recorded on social media and then he kisses her on the cheek and she smiles Preston shows up and he's Leaving he's oppressing shows up as he's leaving what i'm trying to say. And he's not having the demeke's hanging around devon then discovers jade's brother. Rj is wrapped up in the same bad crew. That he was and he wants out so he tells the boss to leave him out of it and he finds out listen. I'm not just going to have you steal the jewels. Then i'm also gonna steal the credit card information then. I'm also going to break into their store. Bank accounts boy. What a deal. The store has had an amazing holiday season. The data's able to wire transfer to pay off the debts Before the the holiday which is amazing. the store the at the holiday party devon wants to tell jd truth about who he is. Can't find the right time. Seeing as how you know. I gotta go steal the jewels preston. Rain a background check on him and nothing shows up but still don't have a good feeling about them. The party's going on and they get a call that the stores broken into and the holiday jewels are gone. we then see rj. He's with the big boss man and he's about to give them the credit card information devon runs an his like. Stop it right there. I have the jewels. But i hit in the only way you'll get is if you let rj go and i'll tell you where they are and he's like no not having he's like well you made you forced my hand here here. Come the russians. Russian gets involved. He brings rj to his family. They tell the truth. About what argies. Been doing who he actually is. The are safe. We gave them fake credit card information. You know all that good stuff They then tell devon to get outta here you lie about the next day. Devon shows up and tells the data who he really is and that he really is passionate about the jewelry business. Dad fires jay tells her to pursue her dreams then prasad shows up and proposes and she says thanks but no thanks. Then devon shows up gives her a book about fashion and a box with a bunch of Business cards in. And he says goodbye and.
Darnold Throws 2 TDs, Panthers D Dominates Saints 26-7
"Sam Darnold in the Panthers are to it following a twenty six seven win over the saints the Panthers outgained Orleans three hundred eighty three to one twenty eight for the game and had twenty first downs to New Orleans six Donald was twenty six of thirty eight for three hundred five yards two touchdowns and one interception as he continues to flourish since leaving the jets Christian McCaffrey added one hundred thirty seven yards from scrimmage and scored his first TD of the season Janus Winston was held to one hundred eleven yards passing was intercepted twice and sacked four times I'm Dave Ferrie
Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3
"A change of venue didn't bother New Orleans Saints one bit force from the Superdome after hurricane I did too open against the Green Bay Packers in Jacksonville the saints marched all over the pack thirty eight to three Janus Winston threw for only a hundred forty eight yards but fired five touchdown passes we were prepared despite the adversity of having to be in Dallas despite all the things that happen at home R. mas at St St we prepare to play gets Green Bay and played the best football that we can we did that backup tight end joint Johnson caught a pair downstairs capped the day with a fifty five yard bomb rating MVP Aaron Rodgers on the other hand kept out of the end zone and picked off twice suffering his worst loss as a Packer starter mark Daniels Jacksonville
"janus" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Are edibles chaps. In now we were right about to interview large about september eleventh and chaps. Looks in the plane came into this floor. And he started to gig on. I got thrown. Ought to be honest with you. Yeah yeah congratulations. Four hundred why wouldn't you as a married father of two just take things. Don't do drugs or doing whatever works. School board mayhem large. Seem like a big school board guy. Yeah i was never on the school board. But i've dealt with them. Okay well what would you do if you were going to your son or daughter. School board meeting and there were calls for Phil mccracken eileen dover and ivana tinkle to take the stand. It makes sense right because if you see the guys who are in charge of the school board. They're the type of people that fall for that ship. Not the most socially aware type at least funny people in the audience so or in the in the neighborhood guys. You don't read blogs them barstool sports that type of shit so it's no surprise to me the least hip parent not saying the most apparent world but it doesn't surprise me at all that would get through the goalie at the school board. Kate as a new mother. Like what do you think of the school board in general. I will never be that involved in my child's life. You do you. i don't know. But i will say the names delight film mccracken's suk medic fillion the caulk eileen dover donkey. Dick don kita. Which is my favorite and wanker like wanker. They missed hugh janus droopy weiner my crotch anita dick and dixon yomata those other key ones that i wish they would have involved in the thing. I i've never been to a school board meeting. Never going to one and yes. It's not my fucking brutal. Like i say i have three kids seventeen fourteen and eleven and i've never been to one that was in like watching paint dry or to go to it so i think something like that would break it up actually be like a little bit of a welcome welcome change of pace from me actually never know maybe huge ass actually come up to the standing and start anti vaccine these days. They must be a lot spicier than they used to be. A lot on. It seems like it seems like but also going on new york city. is threatening to take away the term honorable because it is detrimental towards kids. Who don't make the honor roll. I think no one is thinking of the bumper sticker industry here. This is going to put a huge dent in their in their end of year dividends. I would say. I just the parenting rundown down to parents. And then the old pat types of i. I've seen it start to finish my kids. The generation of the participation trophy but they've always had honor roll throughout. And you know my kids got every now and again nothing consistent the not overly bright So i yeah. This is another one that just gets the fucking away. But it's like i. I don't know if like i heard there's a rumor the sat's and act's don't mean anything anymore. I don't know how the fuck they're going to measure kids to to put them into college starting to get frustrating to me like. I don't know what to do my kids going to college next year. So he's going to start the application process now. I have no clue. But that's why you need the bumper sticker. Yes some test. Taking and and being judged i will say i was an honor roll student throughout my entire elementary middle and high school career. And then i did a ton of drugs in college and dropped out there. You really can't use it. You know you can still. You can still be cool. Is what i'm trying to say. If your parents chose back to you and says his feelings hurt because it make the honor roll like we know distinguish high on that. I know i guess it's just a it's just a different time would be would you would you. Would you let people know that you're kidding. Honorable via bumper to bumper sticker on. And that's a little harder. But i maybe i mean you seem like a person that would demand it. Oh yeah. i wanted to hung up on the fridge i wanted. Yeah and you're obviously honor. Roll kid.
"janus" Discussed on Get Up!
"Up the saints starting job just things were looking good for cam. Newton in foxborough put a misunderstanding. Opened the door for the rookie. And we'll tell you what tom brady said this week. That should have the rest of the nfc. Very nervous up starts right now. Welcome to get up this tuesday. I'm dan grazziano here at the seaport filling in for greenie and thrilled to be joined a talk a little football by this group of guys. I got marcus speared sam. Acho gift darlington. We are one day. Closer to real. Nfl football and we begin this morning with a preseason game from last night in new orleans jameis winston got the start of made a big time statement in this battle with tastes them hill for the starting job saints hosting the jaguars janus winston got. The star has got it last week. I drive winston. Fires strike striked john johnson for a saints. I down moving the offense early and confident a few plays later. Here's where it got real good winston fakes. A handoff and finds marquis. Galloway makes an incredible catch in the endzone. For forty three yard touchdown winston. Calloway fired as you might expect later. In the quarter winston on his third drive at night feeling good driving jaguars territory calloway. Again his second touchdown of the game take another look winston making his case in just the first quarter is up nine for ten for one hundred twenty three yards and two touchdowns on three thrives tastes them hill looking to follow that up with magic of his own on his first drive. He tries to evade the pressure but he does not. He brought down in the backfield for a nine yard. Lost sean payton. Not excited about the way that went hill would settle in late in the third quarter the little jordan humphrey who leaps for the touchdown catch winston on the sideline applauding hills touchdown. The nice catch by humphrey and see it again. Here youthful catch by humphrey saints receivers helping out the quarterback hill eleven for twenty one hundred thirty eight yards and one touchdown saints win twenty three to twenty one. Here is saints coach. Sean payton on the quarterback..
"janus" Discussed on Odd Lots
"System from scratch and you kinda went in design the system from scratch right like you started like a big exchange in a in a product universe. That is not really beholden to any traditional like rules or customs. And i'm wondering like are there places where you like like what we do here at janus reader what we do in the stock market has really dumb. Like if i were doing it. I do it differently. Were you actually went and did that at at fte x. Totally and. I do think the answer is really serve. You look at each place near like. Who's doing it right. You know sort of like the crypto dorm crack food strange dorm or like the traditional exchange. Sometimes it was wanted sometimes. It was the other suli some examples of places where i crypto highs. Like at least in argument for doing it right now. I personally think they've probably are one of these is moving funds around is obviously one of the first things that comes up with crypto but i at least just assumed it was easy to get your money wherever he wanted a before. It ever tried to do that but as soon as i. I tried to ever move money around. I realized how difficult was anyone who sent an insurance in leg. International wire transfers immediately regrets having to do it and then you look like ach and credit card payments they take months to finalise and so either these all these limits huge zaandam so many plots system. Because like there's two months of fraud race. They're just doing things like funding your account or what he would that even needs to find your account on traditional exchanges is like very messy and can take a while whereas entrepreneur like the goals to make. It is clean as possible when you're sending cryptocurrencies and that's obviously basically On of you know the the wire transfer timescale like even with with the emphasis is like anyone whether you're you've two hundred dollars. Surname were here. The world's second-biggest shift firm you can go to the website. Kyc info crete count directly with the exchange. And then there's like the deposit but and it has like as many options as possible for how you can find your account as usually get massively easier process and you know when when you serve incorrect. Do what you quickly realized that you never want. Npr hardest thing to do and like everything gets some stable. If you get away with it another thing. I'll bring up is the different nature of the products. So we think of what he's like. Niger seeing the or something like they're mostly matching outfits like they they serve batch bids and offers from a few institutions against each other. But they don't do anything else. The trade faucets right. There's like separate companies that do custody clearing anal. Kyc customer on boarding branding advertising mobile app website. Api all of.
"janus" Discussed on Fantasy Football Overtime
"The gay manager is come in and play the rest of the game and kind of reverse if he blows that lead janus right back in there to try to gain some ground. Also you're talking quarterback by committee like in the gain not like throughout the absolutely i got you. You're almost going like a baseball approach. Yeah having a closer or a starter. I mean. I don't know if that's going to happen or not. But it's definitely possible in. I mean i. I think james winston is going to be the starter if we look back to twenty nine hundred. Ninety led the league with fifty one passing yards. He's the first quarterback to lead the league in passing yards and then beyond a new team. The next season in the reason why that happened is because even though we had all those yards and threw thirty three touchdowns and interceptions birdie interceptions. We loves to turn the ball over if they do get out of turning the ball search if they do get up to a big league. I see what you're saying. It's possible that they just try to kind of run out the clock and still in there. Oh they have a good defense to so if they're up i could actually see them pulling jamison just like dude. You're we can't take the risk of you throw on the game away. But when i was looking through these teams i honestly think it is an option for them. I i could foresee a definitely in some games where that unfolds. Kind of like the broncos game last year with the broncos didn't have qb or a team really something like that and that was disgusting. Yeah that kendall hinton got his risk guard guy put in the hall of fame because of covid they said this is what cova did to the nfl and those kendall hidden sleeve powerful. Are these running backs between alvin. Kamara and latavius. Murray you talk squat records. And they had over twenty five hundred yards last year. Twenty one or twenty two touchdowns between the two of them. Everything runs through these two running backs. Yeah and i think we see an even bigger emphasis on alvin kamara this year. If that's even possible last year he finished as rb one overall. If you've played in week seventeen he would have needed thirty five points to actually finish as the number one fantasy player ahead of josh allen. He was that good. Let's look ahead to twenty twenty one. He's obviously an elite running back when we know that he's going to be one of the first picks in the first round. Are you guys drafting him second. Cmc third where are you personally. Drafting alvin.
What's happening in the markets right now?
"Kyle west gray. And jake taylor a joining me for investing mosman group here in q. One it's always great to speak with you and even better to speak to all you have the same time so welcome to the show. Gin's thanks for having us guys. Thanks so i'm sure the audience really going to enjoy this station. And what you guys see in the financial markets right now. Toby whereas and i wrote a book of fairy long time ago now. It's almost a decade since it came out and that's pretty good explanation of sort of the underlying process which is like the screen basically and then under a few things on top of that. I think the most interesting thing in the market at the moment is kathy would and ach. Etf's you might remember. In the early dot com days those funchal janus and the head break performances go great flows like a of flaws as a result and they were focused on smaller quid. Take names said janus had these gripe flows into these very illiquid stocks and they degrade performance as a result and it was probably van driving up. The performance of those stocks has been a similar argument made about ach that they tend to focus on smaller. Non-profitable take stokes and Sorta gigantically big of the last few years. It's now sort of a third or fourth biggest. Ats show out there that flows now that go into these small illiquid tech stocks of they control prices of these textbooks. Had this little wobble of the last few days colson redemptions for them which may cause them to do some selling as well they also have been exposure tasteless I just think that that's the driver of the market at the moment is potentially getting some redemptions having to sell out of some of those stocks which will push an the names and a very sort of beholden to what tesla Much big stuff. But it's still quite volatile. Hasn't made a great deal of money and so there's some risks that creates Cascade selling an odd gets coordinated. And then i didn't know what that does to the rest of the market. That seems to me that there's a lot of money in tessler knocked is fairly new money. Little be sensitive to what happens
"janus" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On news. 93.1 Day, Okay. Madre Aquino in for Kiddie O'Neill. It is 5 48 news, 93.1 kfbk traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Janus is checking out the roadways for us. Delay made me wonder what I was doing. Whether do you know what you're doing? Data? Nothing, I swear. Brought to you by Walgreens Right now. Downtown to the split is about eight minutes. Eastbound cap cities, little slowing. Nothing to worry about. Westbound day. You do have nothing to worry about. But it's gonna be sluggish from El Camino Avenue to get into midtown Split to Roseville, just eight minutes. Heavy traffic coming out of the auburn area as now become heavy traffic coming out of Newcastle basically all the way to Kirby in Roseville, and that's when it finally breaks free downtown. L grow 11 minutes and I five is gonna be about 10 minutes on 99 so nothing to worry about either one of those going out toward than 16 minutes with some heavy traffic coming out of the woodland area. There are county road 22 downtown Davis 17 Minute Drive on eastbound eight er star west about 80 eastbound 80. Is absolutely clear at this time. Why Walgreens for your Medicare prescriptions, Convenient refill and pick up options. Expert pharmacists who know you and your medications and low cost co pays. Trust Walgreens for your Medicare prescriptions, Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Wind advisory is in effect through tomorrow evening. Clear skies expected for tonight We'll see winds gusting past 40 MPH expect a low tonight of 46.
"janus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Company of man. I'm tired of knitting. Wool is all right. But what good is it. If you don't have a man around over your eyes. I'm going to find some way to get burned up here without letting j. j. nort's man after all you have to introduce him and say this is bert. Necessarily i may put a ribbon in his harem say janus bertha have less.
"janus" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"That survive tend to have a highly charismatic leader who personally practices what they preach and he said you know the problem that is immediately implies. Assassination criterion it says. We should go out and kill this person if we want this extremist group to Disintegrate we could do that and the problem is that just because you have an extremist group doesn't mean they're necessarily going to turn into turned violent for instance an extremist group of janus would become a last violent by definition And you know you could say the same thing of certain buddhist socks and you could say the same thing. Certain christian socks of the quakers for instance A a an extremist group of quakers would be far less Violent than the others. And so this is this is somewhat problematic with with the model and at assumes that the model catches everything. It's not Never never mind. The forecast never mind the effect of creating a martyr out of that leader. Which i'm sure. Yeah the model may have figured that one out but even if it becomes a a martyr our imagine that without someone stepping up to take their place As as i didn't yeah you're going to have a problem but these are models their tools. There are ways to inform us or like you go to the doctor and the doctor gives us opinion as to. What's wrong with you and go with it because the doctor is statistically probably correct but we know doctors make mistakes all the time and the doctors are operating off of models of disease as well So yallop's let's be the power of the model But let's also be aware that models aren't forecasts are not predictions and i mean that that really ties into a lot of the ethical parts of this right where you know if we have any sort of confidence and he sort of the bronco in us that we can predict where these religious acts of violence or really any sort of terrorist type acts can occur in if we feel like we can predict those. What sort of decisions are we going to make. That could affect those types of people that could affect the leaders like like you mentioned. Could that up two assassination attempts even by a independent people in by the government not necessarily buying that groups specific enemies or opposition. It really opens a big ethical dilemma..
"janus" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"That survive tend to have a highly charismatic leader who personally practices what they preach and he said you know the problem that is immediately implies. Assassination criterion it says. We should go out and kill this person if we want this extremist group to Disintegrate we could do that and the problem is that just because you have an extremist group doesn't mean they're necessarily going to turn into turned violent for instance an extremist group of janus would become a last violent by definition And you know you could say the same thing of certain buddhist socks and you could say the same thing. Certain christian socks of the quakers for instance A a an extremist group of quakers would be far less Violent than the others. And so this is this is somewhat problematic with with the model and at assumes that the model catches everything. It's not Never never mind. The forecast never mind the effect of creating a martyr out of that leader. Which i'm sure. Yeah the model may have figured that one out but even if it becomes a a martyr our imagine that without someone stepping up to take their place As as i didn't yeah you're going to have a problem but these are models their tools. There are ways to inform us or like you go to the doctor and the doctor gives us opinion as to. What's wrong with you and go with it because the doctor is statistically probably correct but we know doctors make mistakes all the time and the doctors are operating off of models of disease as well So yallop's let's be the power of the model But let's also be aware that models aren't forecasts are not predictions and i mean that that really ties into a lot of the ethical parts of this right where you know if we have any sort of confidence and he sort of the bronco in us that we can predict where these religious acts of violence or really any sort of terrorist type acts can occur in if we feel like we can predict those. What sort of decisions are we going to make. That could affect those types of people that could affect the leaders like like you mentioned. Could that come up two assassination attempts even by a independent people in by the government. Not necessarily buying that groups specific enemies or opposition. It really opens a big ethical dilemma..
"janus" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Q I don't know if you're familiar with the Greek god of Janus. Was kind of portals could see both sides of the battlefield at the same time on and I like the way you move back and forth and you Show interesting and your ability to do that is the only reason you have a sh Wow. I'm calling you genius. From now on the only young Hollywood Yeah, That's not that boat. A backhanded compliment. Really? Woz called you a Greek God and then slapped you in the face. Sure did. She's not alive. What the hell's going on there? You drop into plates. Hmm. From the 662. Hey, uh, hey through this deal. Hello. Hello? Who are you? Hi. This is the life of my downtown 30. How you like? I don't want to just been waiting for a little while. Gonna make some comments on the political divide conversation from really okay? Hmm. I was just gonna say just real quick. Um, my hopefully informed opinion is that We're not going to face the dividing our country until we can Full ever found a clever way to get rid of all the misinformation. You find on social media ban social media got it. Same page two. Double live alone. Who are you? Hi. It's Sue. Hi, Sue. You still playing the game? Yes. Please tell me you know the song that we just did. I think it was firework. No, no, There must be something to the way we did it because Ryan Red Beard said paparazzi and that wasn't it either. God, we're so wrong. It was It was u two's beautiful day, and I I got to say I thought I did a pretty fantastic job. I didn't intrude too, too, too, too, too. My name is hard it is. You got to silver. You could do my name. If you want. There's a lot of Drew of the show is already too much true. All right, let's give you a brand new song. How about that, darling? Yeah, Yeah. Hey, here it is. And don't you worry what their bitter hearts are going to say. Don't don't know it. Okay? Would you like to or Myka to Drew Ki Oh, ki the song for you. The original turkey. Okay, please. You That's me. Who take you right repairman right from the very beginning of the song, including the guitar. Hell, yeah. You do, too, too, too too too too too too too too too too too, too, too, too, too, too, too, too, too, too, too doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo to going to teach you 2 to 2. I know that song student to Tonto. Why.
Why Does the Year Start on January 1?
"Every year. The earth orbits around the sun and we celebrate each revolution on new year's day. But what's so special about this particular spot in our orbit. Why do we use january first as the start of our year as opposed to some other day as we go back in history. Most human civilizations did not use a solar calendar they used. Lunar calendar's in fact if you look at the traditional calendars for countries such as china vietnam or for religion such as judaism and islam. They have lunar calendars and their new year's day changes it state every year. Our current calendar can be traced back to ancient rome. The very early romans way back at the founding of the city used to have ten months and that ten months system is still reflected in many of the names of our months today. Their first month was marcus named after the god mars which we call march after march came the months of april ass- maya's and junius the months after this. We're just named after their number until he has sex tellus september october november and december so yeah december are twelve months really means the ten months in latin likewise with november october and september however. Ten months didn't really fit nicely into a year. They had two full months worth of leftover dates. That didn't really fit into any month to rectify this around the year. Seven hundred pc. The roman king numa added two more months to the counter. I annual areas named after the roman god janus and february's which was now the last and shortest month of the year for romans. The beginning of each month was called the callan's so the start of the year was the callans of march or mark. I then at some point and no one is quite sure. When the year began being counted on the calendar of i warious january went from being the eleventh month to being the first month. This might have had something to do with the start of terms for consoles. Romans named their years after the two consuls and power instead of numbering them so for example the year fifty nine bc. Julius caesar wisconsin with kelp. Biblis it was known as the year of caesar bibi however was weak so there was a running joke that it was the year of julius. Caesar it might also had something to do with the fact that january i was the callans closest to the winter solstice. Caesar is actually really important to this story. While the names of the months were very similar to the months we have today. The keller itself was still a mess. Caesar instituted changes to fix this problem. Anti adopted the suggestions of a greek astronomer named side of alexandria suggested going to a tropical year more on that in a bit and created the three hundred sixty five day year with a leap year every fourth year. So that's pretty much. The story right. The roman set january is the first day of the year julius. Caesar sets the julian calender. And we get to where we are today. Nope because in the middle ages the system fell apart completely at the five sixty seven council of tours and there were a whole bunch of different councils of tours so you have to specify. The church declared that january. I was not to be celebrated as the new year as it was a pagan tradition. What replace january first. Well nothing there were. A whole bunch of different days celebrated oliver europe for centuries. Some places used christmas. Which was the winter solstice on. The julian calendar some use the floating date of easter someone back to the old roman march first. And some if you remember back to the episode on why. Christmas is on december twenty fifth us. The important date of march twenty-fifth start of the new year eventually. For a whole host of reasons pope gregory the thirteenth the problems with the julian calender and use the opportunity to standardize the new year back to being january first for good measure. They also made january first holiday which it still is. Today originally january. I was the feast of the circumcision of jesus. But now it's just called the solemnity of mary. Of course not. Everyone was on board with the new calendar. Catholic countries were quick to adopt it but protestant and orthodox countries were not in particular. One country was very late to adopt january first as the beginning of the new year. That country was england. England celebrated their new year on march twenty fifth. In fact their colonies in the americas. Did this as well up until seventeen. Fifty two in seventeen. Fifty england passed what was known as the calendar new style. Act also known as chesterfield's act which is when they adopted the gregorian calendar. The very first thing mentioned in the act was the problem with using march twenty fifth as the new year when everyone else in europe used january first including scotland so when england finally adopted january first as the start of the new year. So did the american colonies for the first time today. Most countries now use the gregorian calendar even if it's only for business purposes to stay instinct with the rest of the world new year celebration such as ted in vietnam chinese new year or rosh hashanah are still traditional festivities held on different days all over the world. The fact remains that there's nothing astronomically significant about january first even though it celebrating an astronomical event aka revolution around the sun so if we were starting new calendar from scratch. What would we pick before. I mentioned that sausage unease of alexandria suggested we celebrate a tropical year and pick that word carefully as opposed to a solar year because there are two types of solar years and they're very similar a tropical year is the time from one season to the next based on win the solstices occur. The current years based on the gregorian calendar are tropical years. However there's also a thing known as ideal year which is when we measure the position of earth based on the location of stars the difference between a ideal year and a tropical year is very small. He said you real year is only twenty minutes longer. This can add up. However the difference between the julian calendar and the gregorian calendar is only eleven minutes per year and that caused a lot of problems over the centuries this has to do with the procession of the orbit that is constantly changing their to logical places to define a new year based on astronomic principles. The i would be one of the solstices. This is something that humans have pictured for thousands of years and have recognized its importance. The winter solstice also is in too far away from january. First the solstice really has more to do with the tilt of the earth however and not the orbit of earth there is something significant about the orbited the earth. That is a point. We could use and oddly enough. It's really close to january. First even though the ancients had no clue the orbit of the earth around the sun is close to circular but it isn't perfectly circular it's a slight ellipse hence there is a point where the earth is closest to the sun. And it's called the para helium perihelion in the year. Twenty twenty one takes place on january second the date of para helium drifts. Over time in the year twelve forty-six para helium actually took place on the same date as the salsas in the year. Six thousand four hundred and thirty it will take place. On the spring equinox so january first is the start of our year which marks astronomical event even though the data itself has no astronomical significance set by the romans abandoned by the church only to be later adopted once again by the church so as the romans did celebrate the callans of january which honors janice the roman god with two faces one which looks into the past at the old year and one which looks into the future at the new
China imposes sanctions on U.S. senators Rubio, Cruz over Xinjiang advocacy
"Hungary, Janus Henderson, who did this survey reckons? That's going to be about nine trillion cumulus, if speaking of debt around four companies now debt debt by itself is not good or bad. It just depends whether you can repay it or not. The authors of the forecast also say that debt has been going up faster than prophets of growing over the past few years. That is worrying, but as you alluded to interest rates around the world have been so low. Is this debt pile necessarily a problem for these companies? Well the lower interest rates off the easier. It is to pay that money back, but at some point interest rates will have to go, and that could be a problem for companies now. The worry is that when company stock coming out of the bad times caused by the corona virus. Whether they of making prophet or not. They still have to pay the interest in payback the debt. It's interesting. The chief economist of the International Monetary Fund last week was saying that perhaps governments should think again about lending money to so many companies to help save them, but think more in terms of perhaps buying shares or coming up with financial instruments that are more light buying shares equity say
Texas Lifts Moratorium On Evictions, Leaving Renters Vulnerable
"Tenants behind on their ranch can be kicked out of their homes in Texas the state has lifted its moratorium on evictions some Texas cities are taking additional steps to protect renters many of whom have lost jobs because of the pandemic Houston is not one of them it's now the largest city in the United States were evictions can resume Elizabeth drove all of Houston public media reports before cove in nineteen life was good for Houston resident ridiculous all of the hefty grandma taking care of her great job just gone about my everyday living doing what I do wake up in the morning and say my prayers for my coffee then coronavirus hit everything got why yet it's like my life do you know that he would talk to me over the phone from her apartment where she lives alone she used to make money babysitting her granddaughter and niece that ended with covered nineteen and her eight hundred dollar disability check doesn't cover her monthly rent of nine hundred dollars she says her apartment manager warned her eviction notices are on their way nobody needs to be stressed out whether they're going to have a place to live today in the homeless tomorrow I can't think like that right now you know I can't I can't think like that I'm not only I don't want to think like that people like you it are vulnerable now that the Texas Supreme Court lifted a ban on objections this week attorneys who work with low income clients are preparing for the worst Donna Carney works for Lone Star legal aid which provides free legal representation to low income Texans Carney expects more families on the streets in the months ahead and we anticipate that there will be a tsunami of affections files I have no doubt about it we are going to see homelessness nationally there's been a patchwork of protections in place for renters other statewide moratorium's are expected to expire in the coming weeks and unemployment is through the roof Janus roller is with the national housing law project forty percent of households under forty thousand dollars your income loss of job in March and since it's staggering to sort of like to try to get your head around what that means in practice ruler says there's still a federal moratorium on evictions through late July but that only applies to rental properties with federally backed mortgages and that that's only a third of all properties for now moratoriums and government assistance like expanded unemployment benefits have kept evictions at bay in cities like Houston but as these protections expire experts say a wave of evictions is on its way and with corona virus spreading roller says these evictions create a public health risk displacing people from their housing and sending them out looking for additional housing or sending them into homelessness is a danger for all of us in Houston so many people applied online for the city's rental assistance program that it ran out of funding in just ninety minutes rejects you it was one of the lucky few who were able to submit an application but she's still waiting for final approval if the rent money doesn't come through she expects to be forced out of her home I hope that if I do that I'll be able to get into a shelter among dogs who opened the door to the thing will open to the mall she would like many Americans will be at the mercy of friends and family when looking for a place to
Oliver Wellington & Neil Mody: The No Effort Approach To Promotion
"Today's nice guys episode. We dig deeper into what? Why and how? With headliner founders. Neil mody I think I got that right. Neil mody and Oliver Wellington we're going to talk podcasting promotion and welcome guys to the Nice guys on business podcast and you did get it right where we're glad to be here. Thanks for having you guys are welcome in and Neil so everybody knows your voice. Neil can you? Can you say hi so everybody knows who you are when you first start talking ahead? Neil Haya okay that is neil and Oliver. Please share your voice because you said although you go second. You're smarter than than Neil. Is that correct now? I actually didn't say but Yeah this is my voice so it is now and we sound the same tough. Well maybe maybe for the first couple of questions you can say. Hey this is Neil speaking your. Hey this is Oliver speaking. That's probably a good way to tune in for for a Nice Guy Community. It's so rare that we actually have two people that were interviewing. I thought. Maybe it's because people are so repelled by me that they just don't ever WanNa come on at two at a time and but I see this is the actual a very good partnership that you guys have. We've you're cutting yourself to To shore but y'all overnight worked together for two companies now so over a decade. So we're we're we're attached at the hip on what's interesting is so my partner Strickland Bonner who co host. The Friday shows with me we do too interviews and one just stricken I shoot shit and talking about business and other fun stuff about our personal lives You know we both have what we would call both are zone of excellence. Zone of genius and Strickland's zone of Excellent improbably even gravitating towards zone of genius our our systems and creating great processes in a spreadsheets. And I suck at that stuff and I tend to find that my zone of genius or zone of excellence may be gravitating towards my zone of Janus is working in the relationship and sales space. So why don't you? I share where you guys. Kinda fit in with each other and then we'll talk a little bit about headliner and in some of your successes that you've had well I will. This is Oliver speaking. I will say that most people that know nealon. I think it's funny that we worked together. 'cause we're very different trying to explain myself by actually describing. Neil and so you can imagine the opposite okay. Nail is very technical very analytical very logical. He's very patient. I am kind of odd. Not those things as much and so like I don't know if Sarah Zones of excellence I don't know if I really think about things in that same way. But in general I. Can you know work a lot with our community building? You know working with users at our last company. We were with bloggers. I kind of lead the community outreach and community building there And then you know we're startups. We juggle a lot of the other kind of West exciting tasks that startup as to. But Neil and I actually kind of are a little bit of a two headed monster. When it comes to different projects will work on. You know all types of aspects of projects together. So so Oliver would you. Would you consider yourself of the two of you? Would you consider yourself the more client facing side of the business and you would think that but no okay so wait is so so neil is the is the tech expert and he's the client facing site so. I'm trying to figure out what the sandwiches there. Yeah so if you think about it right like we cover you know. We're working with larger companies and then we also work with just a huge array of podcasters. Right so if you think about the community of you know your podcast or you're just starting out and wants to get in and try out these new tools like that's kind of what I work with. Neil works with the background is acknowledging but also does the the more B. Two B. sales stuff at the higher level sue. Okay got it. I'm wearing a tie dye t shirt right now. I saw that and I and I appreciate and respect that I probably for most of my. I'm fifty five so for most of my My teenage years and even beyond I probably I look in my closet. I don't know if I have any of my tie-dyed shirts. I think my first ex wife decided that she was going to throw them all away like so. How about you Neil? What's tell me a little bit about where yeah either Describe Oliver to me or describe yourself to me either way totally. Well I think I'LL OLIVER. Those around about way to say for his excellence is a is creative juices and specifically community building so. I think those two aspects are like really big Boats in our last company in this on soap so yes this is just some background. We were one of the biggest content recommendation companies On the Internet it's called it was called N relate so if you've ever read an article in at the bottom those links of what else to read We were one of the biggest providers of that and our biggest market was in the blocks gear. So if you're a blogger circa two thousand nine two thousand two thousand eleven is a pretty good chance used our software. We're on over like one hundred thousand sites and so on and Oliver was responsible for really growing that Community building it serving it Working with them to really refine our product and then I guess yeah for myself I guess I mean I just yeah very technical background And so I'd say I really liked to think hard in deep and long about problems and problem solving different types of things so that's probably mine. If I had to come up with one let me ask Oliver. Let me ask you a question just because I know that many of the time some of some of the challenges that our podcast clients have as we are talking to those that are in our turnkey podcast community. 'cause I said I'm going to really work hard at trying to to wear a couple of different hats here. I WANNA wear the head of the podcast as a podcast producer in the owner of a production company. But I also want to talk to the entrepreneurial base. That's out there. But let's just talk to the podcast for a quick second because it sounds like you've had a considerable amount of success in this basin so let me direct this dollar for just a moment. What do you think is the is the biggest hurdle that people have to get over in order to start building community because that's one of the biggest challenge that talk about the big three and podcasting. It's how do you build community? How do you grow influence? And how do you make money while money and influence or important? It's really challenging to do any of those things without a community. So can you share? Maybe some of the some of the maybe some of the mistakes some of the things that you see that people should be leaning into when it comes to building community. I really think we've always taken a very kind of basic approach to this. It works and that's number one Listen to people's feedback to enact that feedback Three let them know about it. And that's kind of the cycle. We follow right so you release something thinking people will use it someway the they might use it the way you intended. They might not make sure when they tell you. Hey I wish it did this that if if you can do that for them in the nasty blast for that you make those changes and then over time you build the product that people really want and it'll somewhat naturally it gets spread around the best way people hear about us is word of mouth and so that's kind of what we've totally focused is just getting a great product out to people and continually improving it.
NFL: Sunday Night Football Recap
"Some interesting results pain. Every dog has its day and apparently sports books were able to buy back with their biggest Sunday of the football season thus far yeah tell you didn't capitalize while enough on that not the best. Sunday in it was it was a mess one one of those ones where you go through the car and you're like man I like this. I like this when I like this and they just don't make the cut and left a lot of money on the table and makes two of us. Is You watching coaching. We mentioned some of the bigger results clearly housing you root for the buffalo bills they get to the window at the Detroit lions as well as home underdogs and then of course Sunday night football we see the New Orleans Saints Cover Ver- as modest two to two and a half point underdogs but all that aside pain when you watched all the Games yesterday you went through some of the box scores and everything else as we do Monday mornings the good the bad and the ugly what stood out to you as some of the positive takeaways at least a quarter point of the season. Let's go the guy that constantly gets crapped on Jameis Winston. I thought he was fantastic. Obviously again needs to clean up. The mistakes still had the the massive brain fart late in the game which can happen but I think if you ask Bruce Arians eat like hey if Janus has like one w t.f moment every game. Would you take that I think the answer is probably probably s you know and aside from that one throw again. James was fantastic at the sixth deepest average intended air yards per throw in with that his completion completion percentage with four and a half percent better than expectation. He was accurate. WHO's officiant hit explosive plays your move that one pass and it probably was his best performance says a pro I think and when you look at geniuses performance clearly we know he's been surrounded by weapons. Tampa looks to speak figuring it out as far as they're running back situation relation that performance kind of the tip of the iceberg that we should have some optimism for James over the next twelve games I would think so right and we kind of came into the season and said hey this is is an interesting fit here with James who likes to be aggressive and head coach that likes to be aggressive if they can tone down the turnovers the offense has a real shot here and so when you're looking at this team two and two they blew the giants game missed field goal and I know a lot of the naysayers were saying something to the effect of they didn't trust James late so they ran the ball. Allah meanwhile there's an explosive town fields which to my Gavin's which set him up in the position to kick the game winning field goal so I viewed it a little bit differently early. I thought Tampa was going to be a team. That was going to impress the one team. No one was talking about in the off season right all of these changes at head coach and coordinators gators that were happening throughout the league. This was the one this was probably the biggest acquisition when you can bring in a Bruce Arians when he can add todd bowles to his defense who is the one that wasn't being discussed a lot about and I know in the off season. The win total was set at six. There's a reason it went up to six and a half. There wasn't sharp money but it wasn't talked about because they were still projected. It'd be one of the worst teams in their own division but I really liked what I'm seeing from Tampa right now. The ground games get going especially Ronald Jones the last two weeks as well. That's been a benefit and helped the offense to make a good balance but as long as James doesn't turn it over the scheme the style and the weapons are there for him to be
Meet The Credit Card Obsessives Who Travel The World On Points
"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply now we have a story of people who are in credit card points as though it were a game they go for sign up bonuses and point multipliers and balance transfers but it turns out you can lose the credit card points game to here's Dr Yes roffe on it's seven o'clock on Tuesday night and in a crowded Bar in downtown Brooklyn on twenty or so people have gathered to sip Craft Beers Niblett appetizers men talk about credit cards. I've taken out over forty six credit cards writes in five years and earn two point six million Miles Justin sign up bonuses. Janus Lynch is irregular at the reach for the Miles Mita. It's a gathering of travel hackers. There's an deal optimize. IRS will meet once a month to trade strategies for maximising credit card rewards for her. Earning points is a kind of sport. I just came back this morning. From Easter. Island Lhasa Got Twenty Six thousand points from that plus because American Airlines was late for flight big any another seventy five hundred points nights so I'm not sure where I came out but I think I may have been paid to go to Easter Island. Uruguay and Lynch isn't alone nearly ninety percent of all the money spent on credit it cards last year was on rewards cards and as points have become more popular so to have websites like million mile secrets and the points guy which helped consumers game the point system meanwhile card issuers have been pushing more and more generous rewards all in an effort to entice customers to borrow and spend more but for people like Janus Lintz. It's just one more way to beat the credit card companies at their own game so I even make money paying taxes. I made quite a few thous in capital gains taxes. I spoke with one person who opened a credit card and immediately bought three thousand dollars worth of Amazon Gift Cards. Just has to qualify for the sign up bonus another person filled up there garage with blenders to take advantage of a promotion offering extra points on appliances one dad he even even try to enroll his newborn in a frequent flyer program only to be told that you have to be at least two years old to start earning miles and of course the ultimate badge of honor among this crowd is the outlandish travel story like the guy who flew first class to Dubai for less than twenty dollars and then there's Stephen Kozelsk Hausky. He used his points to visit every single country on earth before he turned forty the last one on his list Syria on one day notice I was was able to be on a plane to Beirut in Damascus by nightfall points can open the door to extraordinary experiences if you have the time and the discipline but one survey found that nearly sixty percent of the people who have rewards cards don't pay off their balances each month. They're so focused on the rewards aspect of it that got a lot of time. I think they just look past the potential downside. Ron Struggle is a certified financial planner. He sees clients. Come in all the time excited about all the points they're going to get with their new credit credit card. Believe him pull that card out and they should to me. You know like they're bragging about it but many of those same clients wound up racking up charges incentivized by that little little hit of dopamine they get each time they earn a point. That's what happened to jd Malone. He and his wife got sucked into a rewards program a few years ago after opening a Costco cashback card it changed the way we spent money from shopping for a brand new college and I mean one of the things that we talked about that was all hey if we buy this two thousand dollars couch yeah. That's that's Nice but if we buy this three thousand dollar couch we're going to get more cash back for that so we might as well by the three thousand thousand couch when they got their year end statement they found that they charge more than forty thousand dollars on that card and for all that they got about six hundred cashback it was painful. I mean to be honest. It was it was sickening. We were like this. This has to change. Jd and his wife enrolled in
Swarm AI for Event Outcome Prediction with Gregg Willcox
"I'm on the line with Greg Wilcox Greg is director of RND unanimous. Ai Gregg welcome to this week in machine learning and I- thanks for having me absolutely absolutely so before we started this call I went over to your Lincoln and saw that you did your Undergrad and end at Wash U. and Saint Louis which I'm in Saint Louis Recording this as we speak and waste here in Saint Louis Yeah so maybe tell also a little bit about your your background and kind of how you got started in a church yeah absolutely so I got started. I was doing my bachelors and Systems Engineering and Physics at Wash U and it was really enjoying it and I had the opportunity to do my master's there as well and I wanted to get into robotics. Robotics robotics always interests me. I had done some electrical engineering. My Dad's electrical engineer and I Scott Thinking started like doing doing some research into artificial intelligence result a lot of robotics researchers focused around machine learning and obviously artificial intelligence so through that process says I took a couple of machine learning courses got more interested and obviously started hearing about things like like deep learning an Alpha go and stuff like that AH obviously just super motivating results that I think a lot of students these days are noticing and taking note of and really motivating them to get started. Hey I research so I that same puth and got my masters in robotics from Wash U. and then yeah and then joined Janus. Tell tell us a little bit about what unanimous is up to. I'm looking at this paper that you wrote with CEO and founder of the company Louis Rosenberg on artificial official swarm intelligence what is that and what are you trying to do at the company yeah absolutely so most. Ai Companies Take the approach that we can use artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate human processes right to do things that are the easy or hard to do but that are fairly automated such as making predictions or learning about the world in making decisions as a result of that unanimous we treat humans a little differently right rather than rather than his data labor leaders. We think that humans are really really fundamentally very smart and have knowledge and wisdom about the world that aren't machine learning algorithms just don't have access to you and so by by thinking about humans in this way by thinking about them as really really really smart we can actually use them as data processors rather than data points so when you're as one example when you're you're on surfing Google Google tracking your clicks they're treating your behaviors as just a data point and trying to learn like market using zing machine learning algorithms to market to you based on your data points that you leave behind we do things very differently we connect people using Algorithms uh-huh and allow them to think together as a group. So what we've we've devised this score. May I l them. That's based off of Algorithms in nature that allows human groups to make more optimal forecasts decisions or privatizations and it's all really based on this idea in nature that organisms are better her collectively thinking than thinking alone and some examples of that our bees fish schools of fish flex birds all of these natural organisms uh-huh have developed systems that allow themselves to think together more accurately then individuals so be when trying to be calling when I'm trying to think about where we position our hive next year a single just can't make that decision if like they're just not intelligent enough they have a brain the size of a grain of rice and so they can't think of oh there are seventeen different locations and let's weigh those different factors including the height from the ground the the size of the high itself Etcetera Etcetera so the individuals are not smart enough to make this decision accurately and so what they do who is they they form this real time system they actually an immersion intelligence four at forms because the the group thinks together as a whole and the way they do do that is by communicating they form a swarm intelligence by almost debating answers in real time. I don't know if you're familiar with a waggled ONS. presidentially they are dancing to express their their conviction in a certain site yep so please do this in one way fish to another other way way but really what we see is that these real time systems of independent thinkers and decision makers the real time systems as the whole former smarter super intelligent a hive mind that is smarter than the individuals in the group and so we based our technology of that phenomenon called Swarm Intelligence and all we do is because humans hasn't evolved that method themselves of forming storms. We've created an artificial intelligence which is really connecting humans with an AI algorithm so that the humans can become a hive mind they they can group together and die of mine that is more accurate as a whole than any individual as a group or that group is just as if they were taking a vote. I don't think anyone would argue oh you you're kind of base premises that humans are smart and that they communicate and when they communicate they can make each other smarter or make better decisions things like that beyond that though the notion of kind of discounts of swarm in a is still we'll abstract like how can we make that more concrete sure so you can think of language as one form of swarming so you can think that when we're communicating everyone is thinking together as a group. Let's say where a group of five people trying to make a decision we would start talking and coming up with the best answer that's a form of swarming the problem is the loudest like it's basically a focus group debate the loudest person in the room exerts the most influence the the our biases come into play so age of necessity the background of a human determines how you judge that human and so realistically realistically. That's not an effective form of decision making the group's insights are not an aggregated and of good way so what we've done is we've designed a graphical interface and online interface in which all participants are anonymous and this interface is contains a puck and everyone has a magnet they can pull on a puck on the puck and so in an anonymous way and in a very democratic way where everyone's exerting influence in real time synchronous Louis we can reach optimal decisions collectively together so it's it's an anonymous democratic form of communication so we've we've got a decision that needs to be made Where should we build our hive? We've all got say there are half a dozen options and we've all got access to some magnets where we can pull this puck. It sounds like you're is canvas sophisticated voting scheme in some way chirp yeah you can consider it it's real time voting where the consensus being represented presented on the screen and so yeah it's yeah it's similar to that and so where does come into play so what we're really doing with a I is moderating discussion. The puck is sort of a representation of the consensus of the storm and so as that approach is a target the the swarm is choosing that as the puck approaches in answered the swarm is choosing that answer so were there. I really comes into play is moderating rating the strength of each user so as we as we noticed one users more convicted than another or really really has a strong belief in one of the answers they'll get more strength and more weight into the decision or forecast and so we we've designed a number of Ai Algorithms that using the graphical graphical interface sort of measure users conviction for example. If they're switching between multiple answers they're probably less convicted of less mm strength of belief than someone who is pulling for the same answer in the whole swarm someone. That's really entrenched and really really wants. One answer is more convicted than someone who is wishy washy so we have some algorithms that measure conviction in that way another one is that you really have to be close to the puck with your magnet. The closer your magnet the more force you have the problem is the puck moving and so you have to be really thinking in really putting effort into controlling your location of your magnet really trying to pull his heart as you can at all times and that dynamic system really we've like we've shown that it is very useful. In finding the conviction of user views that are more convicted will put more more effort mentally into trying to exert their will on the PUCK and so we're talking about moving this puck. Are we talking about like with a video jio game controller like slamming down on the down Arrow keys or just using your mouse or using your mouse so you're you're physically doing some action so this is kind of a real time voting thing where you've got how I'm trying to remember the name of the video game that I'm thinking about where you you have like multiple players in in like it has one of these track balls and you just ended up slamming this trackball hard. You can try to move whatever it is in your direction action like that's the picture that's that's forming for me. Yes it's it's I think rather than slamming attract bullets pretty calm and it's pretty fun users really enjoy so using the system I think yeah but I think it is like a very engaging experience. Where people really are like our feel a sense of emotion motion when the swarm is not going their way and they're really forced to think about the options at play and how they can reach an answer? That's good for them. Even if it's not their best answer until it's about not at this game of compromise a game is a good word for it. We're we're thinking about compromise and entrenchment all these human factors so it really at the end. If the day comes back to humans and emotions so you you mentioned compromise and previously you mentioned that the part part of the dynamic of this game or system is that the more convicted user gets more strength than and has more greater ability to influence the the outcome if the political climate is the is any indication you know strength of conviction isn't necessarily tied to judge men or willingness to compromise. How does that play out in this environment yeah so well strength of conviction is always correlated to accuracy in general we find that it is specifically when there's a when we're forecasting so if we're like trying to forecast the outcome of a sports game generally we find that the strength of someone's conviction is correlated to their accuracy accuracy people who don't know what they're talking about are more likely to switch than people who do know what they're talking about? while that in certain cases is not true as a as a general rule we find it to be the case and you mentioned sports. Maybe that's a good segue to talking about some use cases that will help help make this even more concrete. It sounds like you're doing some work in the sports arena absolutely yeah so every week we predict a number of sports the five main sports in the NHL NBA MLB NFL and EPL English Premier League League We've done some really really interesting research that shows that swarms are very very accurate forecasting sports and were predicting March madness this year and actually last year. Maybe a good point of conversation is that we went up against.
Famous Bands With More Than One Lead Singer
"We're talking about bands big bands <hes> they've had more than one singer more than one front man why the original singers left whether it was creative differences or they wanted to go to the projects or in some cases if the singers died and we've gotten so much positive feedback episodes like this. They're heavily downloaded. That's awesome. We come on and talk about music this. We love doing it yeah. We just started doing it once. I think because somebody bail episode like oh crap. We don't have an episode this week. Let's talk about music songs that make us all of a sudden. He more crazy so we appreciate that. Whenever dusty okay was the comedian he was like you know what i really enjoyed. He had listed some interview. Episodes was like i really liked talking about songs that people didn't know the meaning yeah and he goes you know i heard the one about phil collins in the air tonight and he didn't really have a reason he wrote that song. What if he just got tired talking about the real reason it was like screw this. I order for no reason right which is possible. So what do we know what we read. We have no idea some of these. I've heard from situations that i'm maybe not super close to but i'm one degree away so someone like you trust in the inside that yeah knows about it and i i start with phil collins and you know throw collins was the lead singer of a band genesis right now before he was <hes> peter gabriel was leasing genesis so nineteen seventy six they replaced peter gabriel with phil collins so this is genesis with peter gabriel so peter gabriel left genesis solo career following nine hundred seventy five. Do you know peter gabriel's solo song in your eyes. That's the that's the big you wanna read. That's the big one loss so good yeah so gabriel left genesis nineteen seventy five and phil collins who was the backing vocals and the drummer's dumbers took over vocal duties walk continuing to drum so as he's doing that and by the way there are searching for lead singer while he was doing that initially so let's go finally singer for conflict and keeping until we get it then he became the lead singer but what happened was as it happened as well fill call and started to do a solo career at the same time time so as genesis phil collins happened right behind it if they're running a race like a length and a half behind phil collins had started to do a solo career which made in this massive star because he had to project the same time blowing up at the same time and so from collins over there. Do you have anything else gosh. Some of these may be confused which one it is. If it's all i couldn't tell you. This is genesis okay. I would've been so called oddly because of the voice is still calling singing it the janus face a tough decision with bill collins quit the band to carry on with the third lead singer or call it quits we think happened you call it quits command the band and then kept on with phil collins then there were no other good vocalists in the band. They couldn't just go right next up so the keyboard was tempted to call today but mike rutherford pushed the groups continue continue the last tour they did stadiums. They felt the fan loyalty was enough to carry him on they brought on a guy named ray wilson <hes> which may not rain and the group were unknown but they had a nineteen ninety four single inside. There was a minor hit in england. It was nothing that anyone cared about but if you remember just as came back again and they had that they had this the the song where <hes> it was a walk into the beach yup. I can't dance. My jets came back. Do you remember that i do because this isn't on my way. You're eighty s not ninety nine look. I can't dance because genesis comes back back with. I can't dance again. Seldon it. Neither peter gabriel or phil collins in this band now this was together and they they blew seaman dan. I was little so i remember all this stuff happening but i just figured the band never broke up. I didn't feel collins had his own side project. You didn't <hes> didn't know they'll call just book. All didn't even know who peter gabriel was. Phil collins had bigger song outside of. I remember what he looked like. I remember he was bald. Memory kind of let will now now how he kind of looks like <hes> the astronaut you know the astronaut who takes lots of pictures and space kelly's like a famous no no no. He's like a current astronauts that like lived up there for a whole year anyway. They look the same and i just remember that looking like yeah. He makes that music and drummer or something and he sings. That's all i remember uh-huh phil collins and genesis but you didn't know the phil collins like. I don't know how i was all genus. You did yeah again. I i don't know the difference by hearing them but i guess i knew feel collins. Ask bill calling before. I knew the genesis stuff we were so young yeah but that band had and then peter gabriel. Was you know the big embassy to them one on peter gabriel. What did he do after everything. He had pretty successful career himself. I would say moderately successful. He had a massive hit your eyes but that was before. We were born
Measles, CDC And Michigan discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal
"Outbreak situation? Someone who was born between nineteen fifty seven nineteen eighty nine. The CDC had these recommendations for one measles mumps rubella with called the vaccine. So if you were born in that range odds are that the doctor would have told your parents, you need one vaccine and you'll be protected, but in about my eighty nine the CDC change recommendations and said people need to vaccines to be fully and adequately protected from measles. Especially in an outbreak situation or a situation where they might be traveling nationally if they work in healthcare situation, or if they're in a, you know, educational institution or something like that where they're around a lot of people, and so that recommendation went through, but there are a lot of people who were born in that range who just might not have gotten that second back pain and ordinarily one vaccine is enough when you don't have an outbreak situation one vaccine will cover you it's, you know, more than ninety percent affective, but it outbreaks relation because me so. Contagious, you might need to. And so that's why doctors and health professionals in this area are saying, you know, we have an outbreak. Check your your record. Check your documents. If you don't have any documentation of measles vaccine, which a lot of people don't have, you know, I'm in my forties. And we don't have any documentation of my vaccines. They could just, you know, go get go get a shot or talk to your doctor about getting shot to make sure that that's the best thing for you to clarify. So so in nineteen eighty nine the CDC said you need you need the second one or you need the second one. If there's ever an outbreak. The CDC started routinely vaccinating children with two they started giving all children, you know, as as sort of like the recommendation, they'll say, okay, you'll get one between twelve and fifteen months old and another one between the ages of four and six so all children's started getting them right about that. And that offers the best protection. That's that is the best protection against meals to vaccines. But the problem is that there were. Quite a few people in that injury. Who never got that second dose and ordinarily that would not be a big deal. But in this situation, it is a big deal. So if you don't have documentation say, you're of, you know, forty plus like view in me can Guinea just call the doctor and say, hey, I just want to be sure can I get a shot. Yeah. Exactly. Call your doctor and have a conversation and say, here's here my concerns, and do you think that another vaccine would be a smart idea for me? And just make sure that that's the right thing to do. And the doctor can give you another vaccine or you can even go to the health department and get back in there. You can go some pharmacies. Also have them speak with Kristen Janus reporter at the Detroit Free Press part of the USA today network. She's written a piece entitled born between nineteen fifty seven and nineteen Eighty-nine. You may not be protected from the measles outbreak. Explain a little bit about what you're going through in in the state of Michigan where you are. Right. So here in Michigan. We've had we had a traveler come in. And that's the other thing to know is that measles with thought to be radically in the United States in two thousand. So we had vaccinated enough about population where we didn't have measles really affecting us all that heavily. It was usually brought in by someone from a country where they didn't do routine vaccinations across their entire population. And so that's what happened in the census at someone who was traveling. You know, came to the states, we believe that person or health officials believe that person picked up the the virus in New York City, which is also in the middle of outbreak. And then brought it here to Michigan, and then travelled around, you know, that south Oakland community in Michigan and spread it within the community without knowing that he was doing so, and, you know, had those sort of cold like coughing sneezing that sort of thing, and it wasn't until the rash broke out. And you know, there was this realism. Nation like, oh, no. And at that point the numbers just started to go up
Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea
"Existing home sales that will be out at ten AM Wall Street time well to build a house. You've, got. A big Supply chain, and that supply chain is being disrupted by trade wars here to tell us, more is John Harrison. Managing director, for merging market macro strategy John Harrison thank you for being here for. From, t s lumbar how're, you doing this morning Very well thank you all right so, tell us. About your most recent look at supply chain risks particularly. As they affect emerging markets The way. Looking at. It in the context of the trade war between the US and, China Europe is is another matter But many of the country in south East Asia and north Asia Thailand, South Korea and so on Barrick's sports end up going. To China to, be to be re-exported to the US has really increasing compact complex global supply chains I means, they let's demand for, China's exports in United States and not, only fact in, the other Asian economies wet weather supply chain disrupted and exports fall, in, other countries. But not China If that's, the case when to US consumers see, these higher prices Yeah well rounded Tara Tita are really not. Much on consumer goods so US. Consumers are really happen you seeing some increases. Indirectly. At, the, moment The the next round of tariff which. Is due to be on the. Thirtieth of August after a period of consultation That Peres targeting consumer goods Habitable if they do go ahead as planned and the US consumers economic facing high prices Within this is the idea of informing politicians, you are expert, in really looked at actually how imports are done and exports are done whatever the nation what are the politicians most get wrong from the import expert dynamic from Shanghai or Hong Kong I think the effect on the US economy of implementing, the tariffs and, the complexity of the interactions between these various company companies country so it's not possible rage to Impose some On China without having any impact on on the US and the country, goes well the conversation last week with French hill from Little. Rock Arkansas the congressman from literally which is really. On this he was heated about the complexities to the Little Rock. Manufacturing community we spoke about this in terms, of Spartanburg, South Carolina where BMW has its. Largest, factory, well John if this is the case, for China what does this mean for countries such? As Brazil what are the? Political implications they've got an election coming up later, this year Yeah Resilient is still very uncertain situation buddy in terms of the trade? Wall Could be one of the few countries to benefit because That, prevailing often competing with the United States in agricultural products sleeping in particular China already has decided to import more soybeans from from Brazil another agricultural products from Brazil Up. Then that economy could benefit If that happens what happens to US farmers US, fav already facing lower prices I'm I'm sure that the the the bombers in US will be will be lobbying the the administration tried. To put a stop to this do you see global trade slowing now or is it something we're waiting for Things. The rate of, increase of year on year growth of trade, is is slowing Buddy's, still grow we haven't seen an actual contraction in world trade and I think we all still some way some way away from that but. Of course if we carry on down this Paul going then we will see Thank. You so much, John Harrison greatly appreciate it with tears Lombard, in England this morning You, just wonder where this is I don't have any wisdom at all. In the x axis the timeline of this because it's really is truly cliches uncharted. Territory but were there particular like this sub. Headline markets are complacent, on emerging market. Risks what we're seeing that feature that shirt today Good morning. Michael Purvis over it Weeden an x y Michael said eighteen months ago watch eighty. X y is the proxy and I'm sorry This is the bundled Pacific rim currency index extra pan. You take out the Janus -ness of Japan and some would say the Japan and it's like teach a class strong dollar week emerging market. And as a point that. I haven't even looked. At Filipino this morning PHP let me get that up here quickly to break through fifty. Four is a big deal we're not there yet, we are in a tight..
Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests climb nearly 40% in New York City
"Welcome to mid day on wnyc i'm jonathan kaye part the overall number of new yorkers getting arrested and jailed is at an historic low but the number arrested by immigration and customs enforcement also known as is that's on the rise ice arrests in new york city increased by nearly forty percent from two thousand sixteen to twenty seventeen today brenna talk to talk about the ice detention facilities where these restes go and wet this is like for undocumented immigrants and their families with us in the studio is attorney jessica of the nyu immigrant rights clinic and janus ho sane of the new sanctuary coalition of new york city we're also joined by sylvia ryerson journalist who's making audio postcards for family members to send to their loved ones in detention via the radio just get john silvia welcome to mid day thanks thank you for having us so just we'll actually we should note we believe that ice detainees new jersey are tuning in to this show right now we'll be playing clips of audio postcards that their families made for them so we'll we'll get to that in a little bit jessica let me start with you approximately how many people are in is detention facilities in in the new york city metro area right now so i think the numbers are a bit unclear where folks are actually detained who hail from the new york city region at bergen hudson and essex facilities which are in new jersey and then orange county jail which is in gauche in new york there are about eleven hundred folks detained in the new jersey generally but the numbers are unclear and what we do know is that there as you mentioned are many more folks being arrested in two thousand seventeen so i think the number from two thousand seventeen is about two thousand nine hundred seventy six folks and the two thousand sixteen number was about seventeen hundred sixty two and the other thing that i just note is that one reason folks are detained is because there is.