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Interview With Jay Samit On Impact Theory

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:24 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Jay Samit On Impact Theory

"Everybody welcome to another episode of impact theory. I am here with a return guest. Who i think you guys are going to love the one the only jay salmon welcome j morgenthau so crazy successful entrepreneur bestselling author. And you've got a new book out called future proofing. You aunt there it is. It's blurry you're gonna wanna move it right in front of your face there. It is Dude this book is amazing So much so. It is the only book that i've ever in the forward to. I've been asked a lot And i want to start with the dedication at least as it appeared in the version that i got. Hopefully this is what you kept But here's what i saw to the reader of disrupt you who me saying that. He didn't believe anyone could become a millionaire. Your wrong nice and simple so jay. Walk us through. What is what is the buck like. What was the format. You did something. Pretty unique I happen to be fortunate enough to follow along with so again. A thousand bags writing for it was a magnificent forward. I was humbled by your words but disrupt you really was the most fun greatest amp done in my life in the fact that when you write a book to help people and they email you and you get like a love letters all over the world her one hundred and forty countries. I don't mean that. The brag i'm just like how if possible but occasionally you get an email to someone that says. This is all motivation. All i could never do it and turns out. J. has very been skin. That would eat at me. Like how am i not reaching this person. What what what could i do. More came this the idea. If you're read literature. Pygmalion mike air lady. Where could i just take somebody and one take somebody with the least amount of advantages so anybody reading his story. I'm starting off equal or better. So could i find somebody that world one welfare a millennial and mentoring one day a week three year and would it be possible fixing no capital capitol grounds. Give no money. I made no introductions. Tell what this could i get them from. Basically homeless to himself paved over there in twelve months and wreck the ending Eleven months

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"jay walk" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"jay walk" Discussed on The 3:59

"So as a file part of the C net generation China series, you looked at how facial recognition is being used in. China. What did you find? Well, here's the big difference between facial recognition in China, and really the rest of the world is that this thing is everywhere like you know I saw being used in. Like. Amusement parks in bathrooms to make sure that people aren't taking too many toilet paper rolls <hes>, but it's also being used in a in a very oppressive way against the weaker Muslim population. It's being used against protesters. It's it's essentially. Unlike other countries in China, this is a part of daily life, the same way that we would look at. Traffic Lights, or or cars even that's essentially what facial recognition is in China. So essentially, it's normally to the point where it just something that people they are except as part of society, I wouldn't say that everyone there is accepting it. Obviously, there are privacy advocates and civil rights advocates you know trying to argue against it, but you know as we've seen from the Chinese government are oftentimes many of these people are silenced <hes> through using tools like facial recognition to prevent them from being able to speak out Friday, you talked about toilet paper theft, and then there are some sort of there. There are some almost comical sounding. Examples. You gave me your story. You know things like whether or not you go out in your pyjamas, but there's there's actually a reason for this. Right? The top `bout how? The fact he systems are being used to actually Shane people and how that really is part of a broader initiative by China. Yeah I think a lot of the trivial uses facial recognition is often brought up as you know, look how crazy this is, but I think there's kind of a sinister undertone to a lot of it, where experts that I've spoken with, describe it as something called behavioral engineering where you know there was. Was a case of earlier. This year with woman was outside in the street in the public of wearing pajamas, and they took a photo of her and they used facial recognition as say like this is her name like this is where she lives. You shouldn't do that in the street or anything like that. That's not a crime wearing learn pajamas in the street is not is not a legal by any means but you. You know they're doing things like this to basically nudge people towards what they consider like acceptable behavior, and because if you can control like the small things like what you wear, then you can control bigger things about you know. I shouldn't go out to a protest or I shouldn't speak out against the government in this way when they're doing small things like this for even things like jaywalking where if you jay walk in China. China in certain provinces, they'll capture your face, and if you're logged into facial recognition database, which a majority of the population is, they will plastered on the billboard like on the street and say like this person, this name Jay Walk and they don't say like what the fines or anything like that because you get texted that private way. So obviously, you know the punishment is more about the public shaming than it is about. Paying the fine or anything like that. Like imagine if every time you were pulled over on the highway for speeding like the billboards for the next like three miles or something like that was like this person was speeding like. What it's like. You talked about other examples of behavioral engineering, just to give our listeners. A sense of that, like, are there any other examples here in the US were behavioral engineering has been applied either by companies or by the government? Behavioral Engineering is not a concept that's unique to. China. But it is unique in the sense that you know they're using facial recognition. It's more done by the government where in the US, we can look at behavioral engineering as kind of what advertisements are right where you get a specific ad that says, you know you should go out and buy. This type of face mask because you had been looking at these kinds of articles, a privacy is like a big part of behavioral engineering where you want to make sure that you know whatever decision you make is based off of your own merit and you know your own choices. But behavioral engineering kind gets in the way of that. Right, and you know people have been using social media to to do something like that. For years, you look at the Cambridge analytic scandal part of the issue wasn't that you know they took all this data. The bigger problem with it was that they took all the data and use that to target advertising to sway people to vote like a certain way, and that's also the concerned with Russian meddling during the two thousand, sixteen presidential elections where. They use targeted advertisements to to appeal to police, officers appeal to people that specifically spoke Spanish you know, and there was one event that the Russian operates had created where they made a protest event. About Muslims in Texas, and then he made a counter protest under a different name, and that's behavioral engineering to get people to come out and fight each other in a scenario that they normally wouldn't be doing I. think part of the difference here that with China is that it's their own government doing this to their own people at, it's not for profit. It's more for all of their civilization than anything else

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How China uses facial recognition to shame and control its population

The 3:59

05:02 min | 1 year ago

How China uses facial recognition to shame and control its population

"So as a file part of the C net generation China series, you looked at how facial recognition is being used in. China. What did you find? Well, here's the big difference between facial recognition in China, and really the rest of the world is that this thing is everywhere like you know I saw being used in. Like. Amusement parks in bathrooms to make sure that people aren't taking too many toilet paper rolls but it's also being used in a in a very oppressive way against the weaker Muslim population. It's being used against protesters. It's it's essentially. Unlike other countries in China, this is a part of daily life, the same way that we would look at. Traffic Lights, or or cars even that's essentially what facial recognition is in China. So essentially, it's normally to the point where it just something that people they are except as part of society, I wouldn't say that everyone there is accepting it. Obviously, there are privacy advocates and civil rights advocates you know trying to argue against it, but you know as we've seen from the Chinese government are oftentimes many of these people are silenced through using tools like facial recognition to prevent them from being able to speak out Friday, you talked about toilet paper theft, and then there are some sort of there. There are some almost comical sounding. Examples. You gave me your story. You know things like whether or not you go out in your pyjamas, but there's there's actually a reason for this. Right? The top `bout how? The fact he systems are being used to actually Shane people and how that really is part of a broader initiative by China. Yeah I think a lot of the trivial uses facial recognition is often brought up as you know, look how crazy this is, but I think there's kind of a sinister undertone to a lot of it, where experts that I've spoken with, describe it as something called behavioral engineering where you know there was. Was a case of earlier. This year with woman was outside in the street in the public of wearing pajamas, and they took a photo of her and they used facial recognition as say like this is her name like this is where she lives. You shouldn't do that in the street or anything like that. That's not a crime wearing learn pajamas in the street is not is not a legal by any means but you. You know they're doing things like this to basically nudge people towards what they consider like acceptable behavior, and because if you can control like the small things like what you wear, then you can control bigger things about you know. I shouldn't go out to a protest or I shouldn't speak out against the government in this way when they're doing small things like this for even things like jaywalking where if you jay walk in China. China in certain provinces, they'll capture your face, and if you're logged into facial recognition database, which a majority of the population is, they will plastered on the billboard like on the street and say like this person, this name Jay Walk and they don't say like what the fines or anything like that because you get texted that private way. So obviously, you know the punishment is more about the public shaming than it is about. Paying the fine or anything like that. Like imagine if every time you were pulled over on the highway for speeding like the billboards for the next like three miles or something like that was like this person was speeding like. What it's like. You talked about other examples of behavioral engineering, just to give our listeners. A sense of that, like, are there any other examples here in the US were behavioral engineering has been applied either by companies or by the government? Behavioral Engineering is not a concept that's unique to. China. But it is unique in the sense that you know they're using facial recognition. It's more done by the government where in the US, we can look at behavioral engineering as kind of what advertisements are right where you get a specific ad that says, you know you should go out and buy. This type of face mask because you had been looking at these kinds of articles, a privacy is like a big part of behavioral engineering where you want to make sure that you know whatever decision you make is based off of your own merit and you know your own choices. But behavioral engineering kind gets in the way of that. Right, and you know people have been using social media to to do something like that. For years, you look at the Cambridge analytic scandal part of the issue wasn't that you know they took all this data. The bigger problem with it was that they took all the data and use that to target advertising to sway people to vote like a certain way, and that's also the concerned with Russian meddling during the two thousand, sixteen presidential elections where. They use targeted advertisements to to appeal to police, officers appeal to people that specifically spoke Spanish you know, and there was one event that the Russian operates had created where they made a protest event. About Muslims in Texas, and then he made a counter protest under a different name, and that's behavioral engineering to get people to come out and fight each other in a scenario that they normally wouldn't be doing I. think part of the difference here that with China is that it's their own government doing this to their own people at, it's not for profit. It's more for all of their civilization than anything else

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ABC News analysis of police arrests nationwide reveals stark racial disparity

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

ABC News analysis of police arrests nationwide reveals stark racial disparity

"And calls for police reform and racial justice following George Floyd's death continuing around the country A. B. C. news meantime analyzing police arrest from around the country and finding disparities of who gets arrested for child this is counter between police and two black teens over Jay walking in Tulsa is now under review questions about police treatment of black people have taken on fresh urgency since George Floyd died beneath the knee of a police officer in Minneapolis ABC news analyzed twenty eighteen arrest data in eight hundred jurisdictions around the country and found black people arrested at a rate five times higher than white people in Minneapolis where African Americans are nineteen percent of the population they account for sixty three percent of arrests

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Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, retired deputy sued over death of Bloomfield man

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, retired deputy sued over death of Bloomfield man

"Cinema county deputies killed David ward when they choked him slammed his head into a car door and taste him during the struggle late last year according to the coroner but the lawsuit filed by warts mother alleges this wasn't an isolated act of violence on the part of former deputy Charles Blount it was part of a pattern in twenty fifteen Blount used in that cold on a woman he was trying to arrest for Jay walking and then lied about it in court just last year the suit alleges plant supervisor recommended him for retraining and how to properly perform and that cold instead according to the filing the sheriff discipline the supervisor Blount retired earlier this year and a criminal investigation into the incident is

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"jay walk" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"People jaywalk like this still and are the our roads, still very dangerous, because I haven't been to mainland China in ten years, and it was crazy. When I was there people were making left turns a hundred feet two hundred feet before the intersection to try to get a jump on the oncoming traffic. It was terrorizing. I would definitely say it's a lot better now. But we still have this wasn't a while to make the car safe means we have to handle all the extreme cases regardless, whether it's a, it's a once in a million or once in ten situation, we still have to handle shoe the driving conditions in a major city in China, are how much more challenging than say San Francisco, New York, also equal at least the challenge, okay, because it seems more challenging if people are driving motorcycles on the Crosswalks. I mean I don't even see that in New York seven six has a lot of pedestrians to deal with texture to workers. They are jaywalkers here. It's part of the solution to be that. We're going to have to pedestrians to behave differently, like put them into pens and put fences up like I see some places in Hong Kong, where they or in some areas of New York. Now they've put fences so people can't Jay walk is that part of the solution to all this. Do you think that definitely will increase the safety, but as a? Technology player. Our job is to make safe regardless, what Saranda traffic of their, let's keep watching here. All right, rush hour. We saw you made that left town, very elegantly, and you didn't kill any of the pedestrians or the motorcycles. Okay. Congratulations. Thank you. So the next one, we show is. The case of dynamic lane change, how you can notice on the left side. The blue line is the way we the path that we will take you can see we try to make a left her. But because there's a incoming traffic on the adjusting lay. We opportunistically choose the place where we make the turn got it. And I was a pretty aggressive lane change there. But I'm using my autopilot, on my Rini days. Yeah. Rainiest here. Very heavy rain. A tropical storm. Here we have two trucks, big trucks, notify on the left side. How we sweet to the left a little bit to keep the from the right Chuck. And then we sweet to the right to keep these in your lane, exactly clear just to Sweden. I'll let a better you are going underneath a high winds highway whipping around turn about Shay's as mine his own business. I'll where that pedestrian is walking in the middle of St. trying to commit suicide I think is what you're saying. Here's a bunch of school kids running in front of your driving. What's going on? I mentioned to my Lord is that amendment school right there. You have to yield them before. Where are the teachers what is going on in China? I guess he's out of school. Oh my God. I it really is amazing to me. I guess. When we were in New York, we would Jay walk a lot. But this is a level of jaywalking in China that I just seems crazy those children crossing against the light on their own. Yeah. Because that's actually a school zone. So they actually allowed you see what's marked on markings on the side monkeying. So, so they actually they're allowed to run front of traffic. Yeah. We have to notify we have to notice it, recognize it, and void the award any accidents. All right. When we get back, I wanna get your estimate on when level four, you said, level, three three to five years now level for, which is hey, that's when you're going to really be competitive, and maybe selling some really cool Queant in cars to our friends at lift an Uber. When we get back on this weekend storms. Have you ever wondered how to get on the cap table and buy and sell shares in private companies? I'm sure you have. Well, there's an easy place to do that right now. It's called equity, zen equity Iki, you IT wise, Enzi yen, and equity. Zen is a premier online marketplace, where you can invest in private tech companies backed by top tier venture capital firms, and angel investors like me. Okay. And you can do it long before the IPO equity San is also.

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"jay walk" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"They're not done yet. Well know what? Now I land this sort of our sorry anyway. So I don't know in a nutshell. The argument is that much in the same way that an achievement in a game hits the same centers of your brain that drug hit will from an addiction gambling gambling drugs in the same way that that those same centers of. Your brain are activated, by achievements in games or or getting positive feedback from from from likes. Thing that they're saying that because of that it should be regulated and restricted from minors in the same way that other addictive substances and activities are the problem is I'm not usually one to make the slippery slope argument. I think over the years that we've hosted the show together. You've probably heard me make that argument very few times. I can't even think of it don't know if ever I just don't want to necessarily. Oh, say never because that's a hard. Yeah. I don't not often because often I fiddle. I usually understand I usually can at least understand why we are taking this certain action, as an exception. Even if I don't agree fundamentally with sometimes direction argument is valid be. But I think most of the time by the time, we're reaching the slippery slope argument we've actually gone too far. Like, you can't say, okay. The Chinese social social social merit whatever it's got a little bit. Yeah. That that that Chinese social citizenship score thing. You can't be like, oh, well, if they start monitoring if you Jay walk, then it's a slippery slope before they're monitoring you chewing gum, and you're in Singapore. That's not a slippery slope like twenty four seven surveillance of your..

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"jay walk" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"So as the British of you now Phillies winner Jay walk in his barn. We'll talk about all of that with him tomorrow morning. We have. The industry star of the week may man the mirror, man. Frank mira. Monte the voice of the great race place Santa need as the industry star of the week presented by Stewart Mars. We'll have the stallion spotlight. It's over at mill ridge. It's he lebeau presented by a man. Walk auto and read brand fence, we got this Larry Coleman sky coming onto. I don't know. The Abell calms. You'll recall misguiding. Yeah. I like Larry Cole. Komo's he he called one of my favorite Phillies winning the California oaks phrase stark ever picture over here to my left in the studio. She she was quite good that day two hundred thousand dollar great three. I think it would. And yeah, it was nice in when whenever I'd get depressed that I was in a slump or something. I'd put put that race on. Larry would make me feel better. We'll talk to him about that. And maybe justify he knows about that. He knows about. Probably tell you. He knows that. That was my that was my go-to race. Everybody's got one of those go force. Of course, I put on the twenty fourteen on watch tone was on the before that I watched in nineteen eighty nine on watch easy dust Sunday. Silence. Larry calms will join us as well as Brian way and one of the coolest things to come out of twenty eighteen in horse racing. I believe it was fall patrol analee back for the second year. In fact, it launched today so you can head over the fall patrol and Bryant of courses, the hall of fame and director communications of the national museum of racing hall of fame. We'll talk about perform a lot of cool stuff going on with the hall of fame all of that more tomorrow morning on the show launch network equine forum. Eight to ten AM eastern serious to nineteen XM to one streaming live worldwide right here on your home for all of racing's. Biggest days at worse racing radio dot..

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"jay walk" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"In your car. And you can't wait till you stop it wherever your house or the gas station. Just toss it in the trash can. So I. The photo, and you can see his license plate clear as day. But did you see did you get him actually drop in the food that you can't really prove that? No, I've saw with my own eyes. Oh, yeah. Thing is is actually put them in jail. Why don't you chase him down? Well, I tried to. But I had the baby in the car in the coach dare he did not try to chase them down. I was 'cause I got to say something, and I started going faster in the wife's like, no, no, no, no. No. No, no. You don't. Well, let's box posted a picture on the internet. This guy's picture car. Absolutely. Put it up there. Look if you're gonna let her here's your license plate letter by America. This is you can only prove later though, signed. Well, I listen I don't like lettering. Either did Idaho campaign for you know, don't let her in Texas and Tennessee. But I wouldn't take a picture to license plate. Yeah. Why not? You're you're a criminal. That is what I was doing. I was busting a criminal everyone. That's like speeding take picture. I don't have a radar gun. I can't I can't. Say you your trash. Jay walk. I'll take a picture of their face facial recognition. Please just start taking pictures of people taking crimes. Okay. The rest someone I will listen. IV there. I've always wanted to. But I don't know how that works. Finishers be legal where you live because some places not subway is you can be like Batman Batman in Nashville. Yeah. T- watch. How you're committing crimes? I'm taking pictures. I'm putting you on the internet up. Oh, he won't blast. It's time for the good news. Me. Okay. So there's a cool new vending machine thing happening. And this is an Indiana. Now, there's no food inside this vending machine, it's actually closed for people who need to survive. The cold weather blanket socks winter clothing and the best part. It's all free to those who need it most in the homeless community. It's installed outside a local fire department, and you have to register with the charity organization inside and you'll be given a token to go dispense it into the vending machine, and you can get whatever you need out of their boom. That's good like that. And that right there. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good getting a good night's sleep at the port it to you as it is to me. There's nothing worse than those random nightime noises. They can keep you awake. Someone snoring nearby or late night road work or the dog in the backyard next door barking, listen, the good folks at Bose heal your pain, I have these. I.

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"jay walk" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on KCRW

"Notices some other inconsistencies, or even double standards when it comes to following the rules. Especially people they might now they were walking and they use in the back line, the texting the and they don't watch who's in the bar, and then they start to make a complaint to but the damn BBC in their cell phones. You know, they don't watch when they doing. Jaywalking in New York is a very common occurrence, it seems to be generally accepted people just walk out. And they don't often look where they're working. Do you ever walk? I do. I do it all the time. But I try to make a point of looking to see that there's no traffic or visit traffic lag. Now, why do you Jay walk because the streets along, and I don't want to wait. I feel personally that just for me, I pay attention to who's out there by you. Don't see cars, then I walk. If I do see cars coming, and I feel that it's gonna hurt them in some way or put them in some kind of danger, I won't walk whereas the delivery guys just seem to be flying past in all directions. And we don't get any kind of warning that they're coming. So you might step out in another direction or or lean over to pick something up, and you just don't know what's going to happen. I would like them to ride as a.

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"jay walk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"An announcement was recorded on board a passenger train between Beijing and Shanghai. A few weeks ago behavior will be recorded in individual credit rating systems, let speak to Cindy you China, especially with the UK spectator magazine. She's in the studio here with me. Let's go with that first point what what is personal trustworthiness points. What are they actually not in use at the moment? They got throughout China. We've got forty eight trials politically in these little towns where people are using them, and you have transport apartments and other departments using them as well. And that it's actually not one unified point say that specific were recording. We just listen to someone was transport department taking into own hands and using that specific point. But at that, we're not be impacting. So so that's to do with whether you all you buy your ticket and travel, honestly specific thing was whether or not you're smoking in a nonsmoking area, you know, behavior that is illegal or things that we would look down upon hairs a in the UK as well. And. Is that connected then to your financial credit rating in some way. Yes, it could be. So it could be it depends on what your transgression is. If you're transgression was not paying back a debt that you owe someone else then it could be reflected in your access to financial services. But this is the nature of the system means that it could also have other impact on your other parts of your life to someone who has is data that blacklist might not see that child goes she'll get university because then they will link up the two, oh, this person is on a potato blacklist and his child we're gonna punish his child and that he would pay and that's effective. From a western perspective, people are likely to look on this as a sort of Orwellian nightmare is that how it seen in China is not seen later ATO. I think we have this sort of liberal ideal of individualism suspicion of government, which has never ever happened in China. And that's what democracy never really took off. Because Chinese people intuitively do trust the government. I mean, I'm I'm not sure why. But they d and there's no suspicion of the government's say and another Chinese saying, which is that if you haven't done anything guilty, then debut afraid of guests. So if you haven't done anything wrong, why your fate of the system, and that's what Chinese people say to me. But isn't it isn't isn't there a big difference between encouraging different behavior in society as opposed to enforcing state control to ensure that there is good behavior. It does do that as well. It is a comprehensive carrot and stick system. Once it comes into the a reward good behavior. Serious falls tracking you through visa systems or this sort of different little perks. But it was a punish bad behavior. But I think what it defines as good and bad would probably stick quite closely to the word of the law. When you talk about the trials that are taking place in what sorts of context, give us some examples, for example, in one city, a one this town in north of China, if you if you Jay walk, then you that was the point if you help your parents find somebody to live after they retire the nuts positive points. And then in the city who there will be a board showing the top that may spend as well behaved citizens in that city. Isn't it also dependent on people shopping each other as well for bad behaviour people looking out for bad behavior, and others and reporting them, no not say much, actually. But it does use the motor big data. It uses a lot of big data that already invests we have the Amazon equivalent in China. The Griego equivalent in China. And feedback that data about individuals to the government when they link together, and that's what informs on people not necessarily a peer review system. Cindy, you China specialist with the spectator magazine. No doubt. We will return to this subject again. Thanks very much for coming.

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"jay walk" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"And it's not always too slow either, you know, something or too fast say sometimes too slow. I think Jay walk was a good case of that. You know, he pointed out that racy thought it could have been faster, and you know, I. I actually agreed with them definitely could have been a faster number. So. Yeah, there's nothing wrong. This is definitely more art than science. And there are some tough decisions. Make when you do make the figures, and you do the best they can. But I think you have to valuate EV you know, all the information you have when the race's over when you're looking to bed a horse. Yeah. There's nothing wrong with going back and looking and saying, hey this figure maybe, you know, maybe it's a little shakier. You know, maybe there's some reasons the question, and I do it myself. So I certainly would expect others to and the buyer team famously will change figures retroactively to give the public. The best information at the time. What's the time form US policy about revising figures after you someone like David or someone like yourself notices there might be something that that that's a little bit off? Yeah. If there's a clear mistake, definitely we will go back and fix them. I probably don't do it as often as I should be honest. I try to be very. Very picky in those spots. I don't want people betting on a horse based on a number. And then they go back next time and see it's ten points lower. You know, I have to be pretty darn shore before I'll make a change. But but when when decisions made I will definitely do it a want to talk about the turf racing from a figure point of view. You mentioned how difficult that is. I would imagine a lot of that has to do with the course condition which was I think it's safe to say softer than a lot of the turf raising. We see throughout the year. How does soft turf affect the figures that that you have actually make for Breeders Cup? What we actually do things a little different than than some of the other people in that we we adjust how we make figures depending on the course condition, you know, yielding races on soft and yielding tend to be a lot more gapped out than they are on firm where finishes or. Tight. So just as I don't know the the math right off the top of my head, but loses by two Lenz on a firm course, might be five points behind the winter. Whereas ONA yielding course, it might only be two and a half or three points. You know, we we definitely take at in the consideration. And it also kind of changes are speed charts as well. So it's you can't use your for instance, the turf was run at five and a half for long that relationship or looking for between the different distances say, though, the one turn to turn mile and the five and a half furlong sprint what we might consider this as our baseline one hundred figure that gap changes as the course condition changes. So that's why we re probably came up. I mean, I saw a lot of talk about these huge figures for the turf sprint. I gave it a good figure. I'm not buying those of the best horses Weaver best her forces. We've ever seen. So I wanted different route than I saw like buyer and thorough graph and some other guys go, but yeah, it's just you know, you gotta use all the tools to have..

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"jay walk" Discussed on Nocturne

Nocturne

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on Nocturne

"So Cesar gets it. No one wants to be run over by a bike on the sidewalk or get hit crossing the street, but it's sort of maddening catch twenty two. Home. He's all my good. Working on the sweetest crazy oil away putting fucking world is something like that. But when they go home, they take the phone, and they call delivery of their care. But when do you find him on the street sense? What happened we have to room when I make some money because do. Due run. It's I dunno Caesar notices some other inconsistencies, or even double standards when it comes to following the rules. Especially with people they might now they walking and they use in the back line the tech scene, and they don't watch who's in the by. And then they start to make complaint too. But the problem is them they busy in their cell phones. You know, they don't watch one. They doing. Jaywalking in New York is a very common occurrence, it seems to be generally accepted people just walk out. And they don't often look where they're working many times you'll see someone just walking across street on their cell phone texting or whatnot. Just looking at it, not even paying attention. Do you ever? Jay walk. I do. I do all the time. But I try to make point of looking to see that there's no traffic or visit traffic lag that I will get across the street without hurting anyone or anybody else being inconvenienced that I don't just jump out in the middle of the street. Sometimes what I'll do is stand on the side of the street, and they'll see me and they'll slow down. I always make point of gesturing to them and saying, thank you. And I am grateful that pave stopped. Now, why do you do I jaywalk because the streets along and. I don't wanna wait. Everything's very fast and furious in New York and oftentimes of the wait is quite a bit ten terms of the middle of the street. I don't do it that much. But I do do it. I feel personally that just for me, I pay attention to who's out there. If I don't see cars than I walk. If I do see cars coming, and I feel that it's gonna hurt them in some way or put them in some kind of danger, I won't walk whereas the delivery guys just seem to be flying past in all directions. And we don't get any kind of warning that they're coming. And even if they come racing up behind us on a sidewalk, you don't always know. So you might step out in another direction or or lean over to pick something up, and he just don't know what's going to happen. Stephanie and Caesar agree though. Well, I'd like to see that all the delivery guy's wearing the appropriate clothing. So that you can see them and that they have appropriate lights, and perhaps a Abell or a horn. I'm willing everything I have lied smiling. My homeland. Some people don't like to use that. And then they get accidents. But deployent, it's they don't like to were all those things we need to use especially nights. It's crazy and his diners mostly. I would like them to ride as a car would ride and follow the rules of the road. And if they are gonna come onto the sidewalk that they stop at the curb and walk their bicycles to the actual door of the apartment building. So that nobody gets surprised that someone else on the sidewalk that's gonna run you down. And would you be willing to sacrifice some of the hotness of the food if they took an extra ten minutes because they're following those rules. I suppose so we could always pup the food in the toaster oven to heat it up or microwave, whatever it is you have. But I mean, I would certainly prefer that people are not getting hit by bicycles. So I guess so. For all the talk about bike delivery guys being a menace less talked about are the dangers to them, especially at night on their less easily seen helmets bike lights and bells are hugely important. But it's a risky job. Even with all those things when he's running these give when his slowing down us everything is foreseen so Vikings in the work into breaks, the working. So that's why we don't use the bikes when no skull, but I have good jacket..

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"jay walk" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Services brother, right. We have the winner of the free got thrown off their per second. When I just saw the the j. service jaywalk wins the Fresenius you sorta tipped your hand that you weren't overly impressed with this race. When we were talking about this division earlier. No, we this co Fethi situation led to the the sarcastic, the fastest horse in the world. Conversation right after we had heard that everyone was very excited about that one in and had the. I gave out co Fethi on TV and felt bad after I just I thought on breeding she supposed to run better, had a good workout and boy halfway through the race, she looked, she was gonna win. It just clearly seems pedigree or no pedigree, I'm guessing there's just distance limitations there. Yes. Obviously she reigned in and they range like that was a Nick tamra was the first person that kind of pointed that out to me when they range like that. It's the first indication that need to get cut back a little bit like the they're in and then they're out. So. Thought Jay walk was good. Ran, well, Delaware, and then had kind of a long break, August twenty. Second to October, seventh is a is a pretty significant break. So you can expect that there might be an improvement there. You know, the figure came back. Okay, enough. And like I said, I'm not totally moved by that by that group. Anyways, I wanna find someone who I could try to beat Bella pheno with and jaywalk is one that I'll keep an eye on she's working. She'll probably be working parks and probably won't get to see her much, but maybe she'll get there the week of our two weeks before and get her her final breeze Churchill, but send Philly Joe out there in the morning with set of Benach. Yours. Maybe he can give us some. It would be it'll be private locker. What did you think there you go? Joe got, he'll he'll take care of the nicest man in racing. His straight is great and a I and a handicapping champion. TV star. What else do you want for Philly. Joe. Let's talk about this flower bowl. JK it was. It was a hollow victory. I tipped on the mood. Again told the story of the last two rides. I did say, make sure you play straight seven one forecast because it just could very easily end up. Going that way. And of course, that's what happens. Four-star crook looked like a horse who's going to take some beating. Now there might be some guerrillas from over here coming over to contest that race. The Philly in Mira turf while the luge in being talked about four specifically who who look very good too, but four star crooked is no pushover and odd..

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"jay walk" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Gionta? I rebound in high school the dictator for the integrated chemistry and physics class. Had a bunch of salamanders than the refrigerator because he was going to use them for some sort of experiment was trying when everybody left the room. I grabbed the bucket salamanders out the back door and release them in the cemetery. You set them free free. Where was this? Stillwater high school. Wow. Yeah. I've never stolen anything. But salomon. I don't. That is awesome. Thanks for confessing. All right. Bye Lafond by okay. We do have some responses on Facebook. We do Chris says she doesn't always cross at the Crosswalks when I cross jury. How 'bout that? Listen been there cross carefully. Chris is a guy who paid out three hundred dollars in fines, including the second time. When I tried to the police said is not true. Told you this tell me again. What's it college, and they outlawed jaywalking? I said you gotta walk all the way down. He did tell him that. I was like whatever I'll walk all the way down. This is ridiculous. Then I didn't one day. I got a ticket. Then we go to this all like college chapel service that we have I went to private Christian university. So you have chapel there and under the chapel the campus pastor gets up and say guys, we got to be better. Neighbors of our of the community that we're in right now do not Jay walk. And I was like how are you gonna take moral high ground here, I'm thinking in my head? If you went seventy today on the freeway and the posted speed limit was sixty five are you going to make sure you always go sixty five. This isn't immoral thing was trying to get somewhere a little quicker because there's not proper infrastructure. So I left proudly from chapel right after they gave this announcement. I Jay walked boldly. And then I heard and I thought oh crap. So then what do I do in fake knockoff berkinstocks? No less. Run. Down this hill. It was a muddy hills rainy time at the oldest Sousa California slide down the to hear the rest of this story. If we had time slide down the hill, and then go to open the gate, and then I thought, you know, what I just need to turn myself in and he said if you wanna act like a criminal, a treat you like a criminal sits me down on the curb with my legs crossed hands cross behind my back and then outcomes everyone else from chapel as they see just after they talked about jaywalking. Steve more or less arrested on curb. Good story. Steve Lafond us at your real name asked ovary punch that was because. You know, I have a big crush on podcast and star of glow Marc Maron illegally took a photo of. That's where we got all this. So true full circle here. He has a cat named LA Fonda isn't LA Fonda the name of kipps love interest and dynamite. Correct. It is. And sometimes when people confess we encourage.

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"jay walk" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"School. My parents had a very strict rule that nobody could be in the car while I was driving. No, it was challenge accepted. And so I went cruising with my friends. And. Hill in our town where if you hit it, just right? You can go airborne catch the air for a while. And I did that and they ended up bending frame of the car. And when my dad and the cops and everybody had to go out. They out what happened. Just went into a ditch. And they totaled the car. Oh my goodness. I know with horrible. We're talking forty years ago too. But. Beautiful little rack now, knack rambler. So that doesn't it feel good to get that off your chest. And does it really does feel so much better? So thanks. Thanks for calling. Bye. Oh my God. We have LA Fonda on the line Levada. Hey, Sean is hungry. I I read out in high school, they decrease for the integrated chemistry and physics class. Had a bunch of salamanders in the refrigerator because he was going to use them for some sort of experiment. They were trying when everybody left the room. I grabbed the bucket salamanders out the back door and release them in a cemetery. You set them free free. Where was this? High school. Wow. Yeah. I've never stolen anything. But salam. Brigades? That is awesome. Thanks for confessed. All right. Bye. La fonda. Okay. We do have some responses on Facebook. We do Chris says she doesn't always cross at the Crosswalks when I cross Larry. How about that? Listen been there cross carefully. Chris is the guy who paid out three hundred dollars in fines, including the second time. When I tried to hurt. The police said is not true. I told you this tell me again. I went to college and they outlawed jaywalking. I said you got to walk all the way down. Like, whatever I'll walk all the way down. This is ridiculous. Then I didn't one day. I got a ticket. Then we go to this all like college chapel service that we have I went to private Christian university. So you have chapel there at the chapel the campus pastor gets up and say guys who got to be better neighbors of our of the community that we're in right now do not Jay walk. And I was like how are you gonna take moral high ground here? I bet you I'm thinking in my head. If you went seventy today on the freeway and the posted speed limit was sixty five are you gonna make sure you always go sixty five. This isn't immoral thing. I'm was trying to get some more a little quicker because there's not proper infrastructure. So I left proudly from chapel right after they gave this announcement. I Jay walked boldly. And then I heard and I thought oh crap. So then what do I do in fake knockoff berkinstocks? No less. Run. Down this hill..

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"jay walk" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"These baseball tonight scoreboard buster only this is the baseball tonight scoreboard for wednesday the twenty fifth two thousand eighteen coming up shohei ohtani makes his presence felt in the games best rivalry the surprising blue jays walk it off against the division rival in kyle korver had a big day for the cubs let's get to it the first pinch houston the angels the astros the best rivalry of baseball two thousand eighteen incredibly intense game and shohei ohtani got to be a part of it on tuesday night he was thrown hard one hundred miles per hour eight different times hit one hundred one miles per hour and he had to grind it out five walks four runs and five and a third innings but that would prove to be good enough in part because of what this guy did your stroud at the plate he lifts the ball high and he hits it well in the right field and that ball is out of here mike trout is major league leading ten foam run of the season one nothing angels terry smith angels radio am eight thirty but the astros would come back because that's what these two teams are going to do all year scores five five and the top of the seventh inning when this happened angels need a hit here here's the pitch and is hit well down the lynnfield side at tight to the line on the left field side and his allen.

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"jay walk" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A ban on transgender troops i'm christopher cruise as many as half a million people are expected to gather in washington today for your calling the march for our lives organizer jay walk this morning for our generation the starting event is going to be parkland but it certainly won't be the last and we keep up our momentum by keeping meeting and having these conference calls and plenty of voter registration drives it's just continuous organized eight hundred gatherings are planned throughout the world are taking place in all fifty states and in new york dallas los angeles in chicago president trump has banned transgender people from entering the military he says they're a threat to military effectiveness captain jennifer piece is transgender she thinks her commander in chief is wrong i've been in the army for thirteen years with deployments to every combat zone of my generation i'm currently serving as a company commander and every other service member who's trans in the military has their own story their own hardships and their own service to our nation senior french police officer who traded places with a hostage taken during an attack on a supermarket yesterday was killed three people were killed before police fatally shot the attacker who was demanding the release of an isis prisoner involved in the deadly 2015 paris attacks he's mother the police officers mother said i'm not surprised i knew it had to be him he's always been like that third seed texas tech is in the elite eight after beating number two seed purdue seventy eight to sixty five last night gary cohen with a call from boston on westwood one sports at texas tech history for the first time ever red raiders elite eight texas tech gets to the round of eight for the first time in school history xs tech will play top seed villanova in the east regional final tomorrow in boston while number one seed kansas faces duke in omaha i'm christopher cruise let's get a check on.

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"jay walk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on KOMO

"Good is growing this was in august in all started because they say was jay walk hickman resigned in january all this over you get a ticket now serious boro yes it's incredibly serious the fbi is investigating and now the police chief is having to face angry citizens and explain why took months to do anything rush was unarmed she's offered to step down if it will help the whole thing is that when i watched it i have the same reaction is probably you did when you watched it it's just a terrible agreed this case as abc's ski those insomnia reporting is stupidity ford aaa traffic now with kierra jordan an earlier crash southbound 405 at five to seven snapping cleared out of your way but it's left a heavy dr most of the way from i5's lynnwood to bellevue at forty three minutes the drive from bellevue to retinas taking thirty five minutes and we have a crash on the shoulder northbound i 5 near stay route five two nine in the marysville area has slipped a really slow go from the boeing freeway thus have another crash on the shoulder westbound 512 at canyon causing delays from south l mall and looking at a few more travel times lynnwood to seattle 45 minutes that are wedded to come at thirty two and if you continue to head south to and to olympia has a 45minute drive this traffic report is brought to you by the museum of flights planned your trip to mars with a stop at the museum of flight it's mars madness all month this weekend beat a nasa man who planned space flights to mars ambient details at museum of flight.

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"jay walk" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is a lot of hope along the korean peninsula now that president trump and kim jong owned have agreed to meet last week i was standing at the dmc looking into north korea and still all of the military on both sides all of the barbedwire fences the cameras it shows just how tense it remains at least for south koreans there is hope that all of this will lead to some kind of relax satian of that tension that's reporter alex stone former nba star dennis rodman who is one of the few americans to have met north korea's leader is praising donald trump for planning a summit with kim jong owned the talk about the nuclear program the worm tells the associated press he looks forward to returning to north korea for basketball diplomacy in the coming months he says well done president trump a former north carolina police officer who captured on body camera beating an unarmed black man has been charged with assault and arrest warrant has been issued for former asheville police officer christopher heckman for the assault of johnny rush during in 2017 citation for jaywalking hickman who has since resigned is seen punching russian ahead while he's on the ground and using a stungun on at the video was first published by the citizens times newspaper we see hickman hunching russia's faced the asphalt while another white officer training reno return watches okay and as russia saying he can't breathe officer hickman shoots and with a stungun this was in august in all started because they say was jay walk hickman resigned in january that's reporter stevenson samih in nashville north carolina hopeful parents are concerned after an incident at a fertility clinic in ohio 2000 eggs in embryos were affected by what the university hospitals fragility clinic calls an unexpected temperature fluctuation we are so very sorry this happened the cleveland facility is telling the approximately seven hundred affected patients to contact their doctors as they don't know if the eggs in embryos are still viable although we do know some have been impacted the affected tissues not being destroyed it's been moved to a different tank of liquid nitrogen as the clinics called an independent experts but the exit embryos must be fully thought to determine if they're still viable and then cannot be rephrase it brian clark abc news well.

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"jay walk" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"jay walk" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"To joe joe last night of supposedly they have nothing to do with each other like like haley j is not supposed to be his girl molly through these things were like you don't know what's going on pace job held on political massacre i don't know what's going on but asking what i don't get it i don't get it on but i do think that it looks like legit video oh it's if you've it's extremely beautiful the camera work is great they obviously spent a lot of time focusing on haley jays physical beauty which is a great move underwater this part right here were ethics swick shot this underwater liga gerald oh wow that was the fired dipped if there's not a twitter account pailey jays a defined cabletel by the end of the day this is a total failure her her thousand that clearly when i watched video wanted to take ways is john makes really likes to watch himself saying emotionally fbi building himself on wall me be fitted right this beaut decided that the camera to beyond bigs a lot in their lives agree with that gave blair morgan out scott a tight was again on his part were haley jays walking down the staircase of fuzzy on this where she going hissy metaphorically descending no she going to get a snack is he wanted to get your she hunger look at how they adding mode directed at very well for people who understand that mode direction like there are people watch pulp fiction and reservoir dogs it because there were some out a sequence they didn't understand what was able to write it off way that's kind of v and this video not that moza quarantine of the style lucky notaire tino flick you know slightly joint nor scorsese year and then you know mo now i do and then the drumming seen with mix that that's excessive london girl shoulders oh that's the boat in the area i loved on next put the dropping is a bit excessive like we get it you play every instrument you don't need to be be over the head with it i i love you dawn just diet i not say we need more haley jake there's plenty of haley jake perhaps an eagle flying over of out.

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