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"jeremy fake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

07:49 min | 3 months ago

"jeremy fake" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"The crazy music. Right. What was the last? Real Gadget you got on I mean. Video gear gadgets all time, right? Yeah. Yeah. Screens and all that sort of thing with. Year with the gadget. I've talked the most about on this show and their out past couple of years. We all know that one but you know what's what's one of a recent gadget that you were actually really impressed with the mini pro? Yea. They video switcher is made. You talked about that last week. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's pretty cool stuff. All right. So I have something you're going to like. You're probably GONNA think it's not really useful for you, but you know because you don't like. Take your laptop and go work at starbucks all that often. But for the rest of us, this is the mobile pixels trio, a portable dual screen laptop monitor it. Connects to the back of your laptop, one screen comes out the left and the other screen comes out the right. So not a dual but a triple. Yeah. It's called a trio but it itself has two screens but to you can have three screens on a laptop. That's awesome. It's USB plug and play. I carry that ACIS USB monitor with me with my laptop all the time. Right and I used to carry two of them but it just made people angry. Yeah. He's he take up a Lotta Room when you got three screens raptor on you sure no. Yeah. Yeah. Your your basic you know Speakers Lounge at deb intersection. Where space is limited in that wouldn't fly. That's like the equivalent of Man's spreading. Exactly, your monitor spreading. Excuse me are you stretch out Monitors. You guys get away from me. Well, these days with Cova I. Guess it makes. That close to you. Anyway I just it just occurred to me. This would be great response to the COVID crisis this like Garrett? A meter on either side at least we should be too but you know at least it's a start anyway. Yeah that's. A Good Start and Thing is the price for one screen to fifty nine for two screens. Five hundred bucks. Awesome. I gotta get one. Yeah. It's very cool. You get one. Definitely I'M GONNA have to pass it with. Get it passed she who must be obeyed though may also measure carefully make sure it will fit on your laptop to size matters right? Good. Good. Good Point. Yeah. All right. Well, WHO's talking to US Richard? What we've I know we've talked to Glenn a bunch of times before but never talking about graph and he's over on the graph team now. So I actually grabbed comment of a show twelve, seventy, seven K, which is a showy did about Microsoft graph with Jeremy Fake. Who I don't thinks the graft anymore, but he's probably still Microsoft, and this is from a of two thousand sixteen. So it's old, it's four hundred something shows ago. But I think it's very relevant to this is comment comes from Charles? Who is actually talking about? How Office to sixty five headed down a path? He's come yourself don't force your uses to write javascript and it's all don't blame on Microsoft. That's the office team that is wrestling with how to do this that you know you've Zama and so you should be able to run dot net on everything and that would be easier scripting language to add into office rather than javascript. At a way to get away from VBA because let's face it as been in office for really long Tosh your has. So. The also talked about a couple of complaints he has office three, sixty, five ads. The first is that they don't support user defined functions. Which is one of the challenges he has with Excel if they if you add user five inches in javascript. Happier that would be made and he's concerned about that too because it's like I'm concerned about the performance of this. And of course, that was one of the things he was good at it he could refer to viva code inside of Excel. And model only sports adding functionality document through the AD in which means if you want to distribute a more complex piece of logic to your clients at college, you have to get all the ad in and good luck trying to do that right much less to maintain it. It's just a really tough. Distribution, model compared to having it all self contained knee goes on to say. It's frustrating to me this Microsoft's not really developing office for its user, but rather for departments, it's like, Hey, dude, I, departments guys who buy it right in huge quantities and sad to see. Microsoft. Not Really Developing Office for its uses but rather Friday departments which. Might be a little extreme but I D- departments by a lot of copies of office and they're the ones who have midst management at scale problem. So I see if it's true and I don't know that it is it kind of makes sense. Abuse it barely had new features in office two, thousand seven not even talking about. For example, almost every single report he's prepared in powerpoint and is not but is based on data and analysis prepared excel. Updating. powerpoint from Excel is challenge a copy pasting method of tables and charts stable and slow. Again this is the whole point of having a sweet right that presentations are done over there. They would main thing is the integration should be good Being able solve the integrates genie's absolutely be a massive improvement and I really don't need another way to do a pivotal. Excel as everything. Anyway. You know it brings up this whole conversation. Hopefully, we'll talk to glen about this as well. The program ability of office and how it's been focused because it we never had a good dot net solution for programming office the we tried a couple times. Any fun. and obviously you know office team is very focused on Google Docs, which is very javascript center, one way or the other unite us dogs together all the time like char ability to write scripts for ads and things we're simultaneously or both typing I. Always Marvel at that. It's pretty awesome. It's kind of amazing and just running from web browser, which is astonishing. So now I know why office you've focused on that it's a remarkable ability that being said with my it hat on it's like. I don't think I'd enterprise I could recommend Google docs a you just don't have the same level of control. And controls important right. You have legal obligations around stuff when you get to a larger companies in that stuff really matters yet anyway. Charles. I. Think he kicked off an interesting conversation for us with Glenn and I appreciate your comment even if it was four years ago in a copy of Kobe's on its way, you'd like a copy musical by ride comment on. The website at dot net rocks, dot com, or on the facebooks because we publish every show there, and if comment there and every in the show, we'll send you a copy music Khobar and definitely follow us on twitter I'm at Carl. Franklin he's at rich Campbell send us a tweet, and if you can tell me, what dd means will send you another coffee mug. I can tell you what it means. For Office integration in a million billion years ago chorus. That's why that's why it's funny and it's The applications. Programme Ability Department of Microsoft was established around things like DVD and then lay how lay we'll talk about that. But for sure let's let's bring him on here. Officially Glenn Block is a season two leader with twenty plus years experience in software engineering and product management. He currently works at Microsoft again. On the core ecosystem team where his team is responsible for Microsoft graph and several services and m three, sixty five..

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"jeremy fake" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

10:09 min | 7 months ago

"jeremy fake" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Okay Shannon I know you all want to talk about the fifty fifty idol like the bird in the tree. I pooh-poohed it when it first came into existence. But now I'm happy that it's in the game because we get to talk about it and it definitely helped move the action this week so Shannon. Okay how what does the fifty fifty idle have to do with Saraceno? Seattle was everything. This week likes. I'd even kept saying on. Notables like something spooked already and he changed the It was like Impetus I mean. What would scooby anyone bass a terrible? It was important taped from this. Is that Bassett terrible? But what would happen? Was Jeremy told Tony. About fifty fifty idle. And that was the impetus in Thailand tribal. I think that's the change from seven to avoid. Jeremy was going to be flipping that coin to five to three but could have been sixty two. Michelle was clued in. I think it was all because if the advantage so the first thing I wanted to get into. Why is convinced that this is the best modern invention of survivor? Okay I UPSET. I am all ears. This is the running theme. I also who the idol wasn't into it. I felt like it added too much randomness to the game which felt very unfunded on satisfy then had my brother Jason unsurvivable. I cars are going to check out the podcast about forty five minutes in. He convinces me. This is great and ever since then. I've thought more about it. I love it more and more so for me. Reasons why the advantages so cool firstly amazing nickname to face. Idle Schrodinger coin is a favourite. You call anything so I like also the trophy coin. Encouraged face item places with Batman. Thing as well yes right. Yeah exactly all Batman TV Anti Seasons Batman Fisher so eating cards people to tell about their advantage which makes interesting when they're spoken about rather than just being whipped out. Habby exciting Kelly went with an can be exciting. But I think it's getting a little old. I'd rather see people strategize around their advantages and this advantage. You have a fifty fifty percent chance you do nothing with it but if you talk about it you elevate your odds and I think that if we start looking at it like it's not random it's not fifty fifty you can create your own off. You'RE GONNA start to love it like I do so one thing I love about. This advantage is it allows opponents to come together for mutual benefit. I think Jeremy should have done in this in this episode. You know if you if the majority don't have the power to split than all the boats coming to someone like Jeremy Wright and I do think it would have been seven one. He needs to go to Ben and he does go to Ben but he needs to say look. I have this point and if you vote me fifty percent chance I will go on so I don't want it to come down to the coin but it happens and willing to go there but fifty percent chance not only immune but my vote will decide to go on. That could be. That could be your ally. Neither of US wanted to go to the coin so now they have a mutual goal to enemies are going to go to To Person Rock road. No one wants that so we didn't cartoon people on either side of the spectrum to come together to find a stood auction to make sure that the coin doesn't decide their fate because good playoffs. You'd want a fifty percent chance of an advantage deciding the fate in the game and this only cool things about it but I just think that the fact that it can bring people who shouldn't work together together under the mutual benefit and there's mutual thing today should they want to gain from it if such a cool thing and something that other idols. When you have an idol usually you have all the power you hold all the cards but if you have a fake. Heidel you hold none of the college. The toothpaste idol is both things fagin. Hof Real and it has this really equal power dynamic. That is so rare to find viable. So the power of the fifty fifty idol is in the news that you have it So like keeping it. A secret is on not especially powerful but it sort of has the same effect as The idea that we're going to not go to rocks at like for twenty two seasons players didn't go rocks because it was so unpalatable for anybody to rocks and then it happens in blood versus water. And then they make a big deal about it like Now that's how you play survivor. And then it seemed like that for people it was kind of cool to go to rocks and sort of red thing to do and most of the time. Unless it's a lot you don't WanNa go to rock and you certainly don't want to go to a two person. Rock'n'roll between two enemies we're voting which would raise voting. For what point does I think that the rock was like yes? It will get your heart racing towards people put their hand in the bag but the most interesting about it for me is like watching the strategy around people IGA getting out of rocks all getting to rock words that last resort like Jeremy goes to bed and I was like I have this coin. I'm going somewhere on your side. You'll voting me. Let's not do this bannon like let's have fake come down to a coin. Let's work together. Let's vote out someone else and Ben like screw. You don't want to do the coin. Yeah and one of them goes through and because of that. That's really interesting to me like it's interesting because this meaning behind it in it's not like the meaningless random thing and I think there's just so much potential here for people working together shoot and work together because it brings people opposite sides of the aisle together under a mutual benefit. Okay now Jeremy. Tells Tony and tell me if at tribal council he says the thing that I have. It's a coin right. Is that what he says? It's a fifty fifty me exactly what it is tribal council. And that's when Tony immediately turns to Ben and tries to get bent chain vote so I think what happened at the tribal council is before all the tribal council. Jeremy Tony that had something so at that point twenty things. Jeremy can save himself. He's only goal at that. Point is to make sure the Jeremy Dozen vote to Sarah who's vulnerable. You must make sure that she that. Kim. That's why when Tony I used voting the same way. That's his main priority. Jeremy Safe with something. Just make sure it doesn't bounce back on my allies then finds out. It's a coin now. Tony has to change the vote. Any does why does he have to change the because it has a fifty percent chance scoring Jeremy which she doesn't want or fifty percent China's Only be immune but will decide who goes which could be Sarah. That's not good news Tony so joining us to use this disparate power. The advantage like these two opposite extreme and obviously his middle position to get his intended target out which is came anyway like now even more necessary that he does and because it's so descript advantage he can go to Jeremy with leverage. And say you know you have to book became. I will help you out but like you have to do what I'm saying. If Jeremy has an idol that he can fully protect yourself. You can do what he wants because he fifty percent vulnerable. He has to listen to twenty two degrees but Tony Of his allies but he can also use the threat to his allies to get them to do what he wants his. Well like when you go around saying Sarah could be in trouble. That could be genuine. Anyone could be in trouble. Could send any person who with his technically if he does land on the right side of the coin and he gets so I think he uses both of these things and that kind of mutual fear yes generally could go home but also Jeremy could send someone who unless we work around. They would rather send Jeremy. Who in Germany would probably rather than been or Sarah whom than came but neither of them get their first preference but they both do was sure that it won't go down to the point that they'll be safe by going around. The coin devout came acting. Tony uses that really brilliantly. Do you think that Tony even bothers to tell people like Ben or nick that it's a or does he just say that Germany has an idol? We can't go for him tonight. I think the thing was saying. Someone has an idol. Is that people bluff all the time and if someone tells you they have an idol someone tells you someone else has an idol triable especially Tony. Who's been trying to get? Ben Devotes Cam. You might be like multiple off that you don't WanNa play tonight or at stake but with the fifty fifty coin is also really powerful because a deep how the bluff. Because you act the same way if you're gonNA play it or not like you don't know Jeremy's GonNa play because either way he desperate because either way you've at least fifty percent vulnerable so I think the coin. I think going to someone like Nick and explaining that he's quite a cerebral player and explaining the coin. I think nick would pick up. That's a very pressing threat. I do WanNa if he told people that always just kind of leaning on quite a genuine fear that Sarah could be in trouble. Nick could be in trouble. Anyone could be in trouble. If Jeremy is deciding void. I don't know if he told people specifically I could see it and I just leaning on this year but I think that if I were hearing about this coin if you would think about it and have that time you could be like. This is bad news. No one wants to come down to a coin and it's not just Jeremy's fake coming down to the coin it's also whoever votes for which could be any of you. That's terrifying going. Allow the coin to decide. Yo Game. I'M GONNA continue to ask you questions as if you are the person that has the answer key and knows all the information. Okay they have. I have I convinced you. Did this. Really Cool Yeah. I am much more on board than I was say. Three weeks ago that I started to like head in this direction. A little bit coming into this week's episode. But you definitely have made more of a believer out of me. When Jeremy is going to talk to denise what does Jeremy Want to tell denise? Is Jeremy Considering Betraying Tony? Or is that more part of the chicanery. I felt so media conversations with fake. That's like I said like cume and Jeremy felt like such a fake combs Asian to me that I don't know if he was going to say something real I can't imagine what he would have had to stay to denise and I feel like it was most like Jeremy wasn't really having any fruitful conversations to the other than telling Tony about the advantage and Tony was making things work. I think Tony Schedule Dan into doing what he wanted. I think Sarah was on more than was on board after ready. Forwards for Kim. I think nick was also get the advantage. And A or just kind of realized they had four five with Michelle reboot and just went with the majority. So Nick I was scared of the rock draw from what I understand.

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"jeremy fake" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"jeremy fake" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"What you want to do like and that's actually different thing. I think to being just fun and Nice. Yeah I mean I live. Action show is a bad way to play the game but I think that a lot of times conscious Australia and survivor and like if you will fund cancer without beyond like what meaning does this have like we didn't have thirty seconds to give it to you without a tie into a greater theme so that theme in this case have to be like what does the. What does the fashion show me? Sarah's game as connected to Tony Game like I do think it's a good way to play but I do think what the show is trying to tell us in like very shoe one way. Even though shooed what in the fashion shows like you know you are playing social games with one of those little games like something that just goes more active made. And maybe like Infra Sarah either way to play but she was very blindsided in this episode. So I feel like me. They were connecting one confessional. The episode that was a bit of content. She got some maybe next being like at this point just social game doesn't cut it using that social game and you better be playing high and we know that that's what the likes to validate. Jeff Weiss validate. So I feel like because it needed to say something because they conscious have a fun. Fashion seen what they were saying to me at least like play hot. Start making us and play auto. That's so funny that that's the confessional. Alexi only content that she had that episode because I feel like tiny and Sarah was such a big part of it. Yes I feel like Sarah was more in that episode. Then she was me. I feel like I feel another interesting tweeting goods with Sarah for for the fine token. Did you find that strange? Well do you think that's because he was adopted on because didn't even know he was going to turn on her at that point. I had thought of it not wanting to like rub extra sold in the wearing because the rain is already sold like actually. He didn't even know who's GonNa do it at that point unless all time minds like completely made up which would be annoying like. It didn't seem like that was what he was going to do it at the time. I was calling Jeremy fake lines and he didn't go to. Sarah would have tokens to give him like that was. Oh that needs explaining. Yeah so this is going on here and it has to do with fashion show. We have like a couple of components. Were trying to put it together. I do think it's funny compared to violet. Which could give you like. Seeks unnecessary minutes of just like people doing some talent or whatever like thirty seconds and it's still had to be connected to some broader strategic theme. It's does say something about their games. And we're trying to work out what it means like the factory. Tripoli means nothing they just didn't have the to give it to us without it like connecting to something else. He was just really fun and they really wanted to put it on there and they had to make it work. Yeah exactly okay. Well so that was my three points. Tony flipped much about twenty. But I'M GONNA want some getting three points to him. The lateness of the plan on his played. This something that you sing like that. Without a good part of the plan well that was also played against me. The yes they al three two in like. We've lost ten minutes before Charles. Yeah I saw it happen. I sold them. Go Away and have like Little Teeth Sarah and Lee Jerry and I was like this question tribal and nothing's changing I definitely think it's an effective strategy and it gives everybody any time to really think or talk through their options.

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"jeremy fake" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy fake" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And now the people of Virginia are still wondering today, what is going to happen to the state's top leaders two of them democratic governor Ralph Northam and democratic attorney general Mark herring have admitted to dressing in black face decades ago. The democratic Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is facing sexual assault allegations. None has resigned many of the revelations come from a conservative news site called big league politics. Now, there are political questions, but there's also shock in and outside of Virginia that these politicians did this joining us now is at airs historian at the university of Richmond. Who's also a host of the podcast backstory at thanks for joining us. Thanks very much. So first of all it is surprising to a lot of people outside Virginia that there are so many people who would have dressed in black face worn a Klan uniform, even as a joke. Was it surprising to you? Well, it's surprising to a lot of us who've lived here for a long time as well. It's very disheartening. But I would say as a historian of the United States is not surprising because this has been one of the most popular forms of white people entertaining one another for generations in this country. You know in the eighteen thirties. Forties and fifties minstrel C, which was very often white men corking up to pretend to be black or exaggerated versions of African American was one of the most best guarantees are pulling in a large audience and then after that kind of fades in the late nineteenth century. It becomes sort of a folk art among white people who are getting together and places where they completely control things. So you'd find all kinds of civic clubs would have an annual event that they would dress up in black face. Also, of course in drag there is that as well to same time. So you would have found this in the same way the Ku Klux Klan in the nineteen. Twenties is very popular in many parts of the United States far outside the south. So you would have found this kind of blacking up very common through a lot of the twentieth century or what about like the nineteen eighties? Doesn't that surprise? You. Well, it does, you know by that time, you know, I'm I'm a college professor, and I couldn't have imagined that this would have been the case. But that my friend Jamal was actually playing music in front of those people. And I believe he has stories that suggest this might not be as big as prize to him. We'll let me bring you in Jamal. This is Jamal Millner. You're nineteen Ninety-three. Graduated the university of Virginia. You're an audio engineer there to tell us what you've experienced. Okay. Well in that era. I was in lots of bands that were playing fraternity parties and particularly white fraternities, and I would often be one of the only African Americans in the room. And I'm not saying that every party. This would be the case. But there would be more than one occasion a year where there would be a costume type function, obviously Halloween, but sometimes it would be other functions throughout the year in basically, what would happen at least one person would have. Black face, maybe an afro wig with it or black face with a dreadlock Wigan hat, and this is approximately from I was in college and as a musician between one thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety six traveling throughout the entire south. So I don't want a third Virginia under the bus because I observed this also other southern universities university of Alabama Auburn university, South Carolina's. So it wasn't at white fraternities unusual for at least someone during a Halloween costume party to dress as an African American. And what did you think when you saw that? I'm looking at it now respectively. I didn't like it. But I didn't say anything to because often. Like, I said, I was probably the only black person. In the building that wasn't maybe one of their employees. Did you feel fun of you? I thought they were making fun of black people writ large, not me specifically, they didn't know that. I would be there. Probably. And what did you think when you saw all of the news about Ralph Northam or now the attorney general of Virginia dressing up in black face. So a long time ago. Well, again, I wasn't surprised. I think unfortunately, this was going to be so to the metoo that they're going to be lots of people who were at parties or who did these things and usually, unfortunately, fraternities are the gateway to power. So these people in positions in our government or corporations, I think governor Northam could have apologized the first day, and I would have understood I don't think that's great or that is awesome. He did it. But as after he tried to rectify the situation definitely lost. My support at airs what kind of stuff, do you think that this drags? Up for people in Virginia and across the south. Wells, people may know Virginia's been led by democratic governors and senators and recently presidential electors for awhile. And people have thought that Virginia is kind of seceding from the south in some ways, you know, and you know, recently got the Amazon headquarters in northern Virginia. So there's been a kind of 'em nesia in Virginia that we've forgotten that we were the largest state for enslave population. And that we had this history of segregation and massive resistance and all this. So, you know, like Jamal, I think those of us who think about this for a living or experienced this world are not necessarily surprised, but we're very disheartened. The people who have been caught up in this seemed to be leading us in such a healthy direction and actually confronting. Issues of race in a way that has not been the Virginia way Lieutenant governor Fairfax stepping off the dais when Robert E Lee is celebrated struck me as a brave and quiet protest against what other people just see him as harmless. I think that's the big discovery is that so many white people for so long just did not have the capacity to understand the larger cost of this kind of behavior thought that it was harmless, and I think people now see that there's harm radiating and lots of different directions. What do you think is going to happen next? Do you think that if we were to talk in a month that the same people will still be in power in Virginia? You know, you wish you could say that understanding the past gives you some light into the feature. But this seems so out of the blue and so- consequential it's overwhelming really for those of us who think about this stuff a living to see things that we've been saying really folks, you gotta remember this has been going on suddenly thrust into the light is a kind of a perverse satisfaction of saying we told you this was real and not gone, but I kind of like Jamal. I don't want to throw the state under the best Virginia has been, you know, changing so rapidly, and you can see so many forces for good that especially heartbreaking to see this reversal and Jamal. What do you think is going to happen? And what do you want to happen? Now again, I'm with Ed if I could prognosticate would probably use it for valuable Super Bowl next year. It's very difficult. I I also I don't even know in civics who shows up after the attorney general, I am it's the speaker of the house of delegates. I looked okay. Who's Republicans with Republican? So they selected by lot after all. That's right. He wouldn't by one vote. Yeah. That's right. So this is this show. I guess we will see how powerful our democracies are. What strikes me beyond the personalities involved is that Dave is widely expected that Virginia was getting ready to turn democrat throughout the general assembly as well. So on the national level it's been there for a while. But what was it going to mean for things like the debates over confederate memorials and all that when the Democrats control the entire general assembly? So I think the interesting question is going to be one of the reverberations of this for the for the future of the entire Commonwealth politically well end Jamal, let me just come back to one more time and push you on this question. What do you want to happen? Do you want them to go? I do right now. Yes. Because only the game he he killed himself saying he used Brown shoe polish as opposed to black in describe the effects of the black shoe polish. Well, I've only gotten black shoe polish with my hair's policy my shoes. And what about the attorney general Mark Karen, do you want him to Mark Kerry? I mean, again, I can think of this. If I were in a in the biblical way again assaulted, Paul. All kind of conversion so one kid have had very important in terrible views and in some point come around and then prove their new philosophy via their works. I think marketing in my opinion may be able to do that. But I only speak for me that is Jamal Millner. Who is an audio engineer there in Virginia graduate of the university of Virginia and Ed Ayers historian at the university of Richmond. Thanks to both of you talking with us. Thank you. Jeremy fake you and listeners in Virginia. What do you think should north them? Go should herring. Go should Fairfax go. And did it surprise you that the two of them two of them that would be herring and Northam dressed in.

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"jeremy fake" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy fake" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Kevin back with it. Now. Jeremy Lin's gonna come in in a moment to now way up high. It's get based Marquette verbally in the middle those with a pass knocked away and nearly stolen. But then it goes out of bounds. It'll be king's ball. Long as it went off the hawks. Jeremy Lin is in now. And Taurean prince comes in trae young goes out. So this herders. Trey leaves with twenty three points and eight assists tonight seven or twelve shooting four of nine threes now down low the pets goes to Bagley turns and shoots and misses and the rebound. Jeremy Lin six minutes to go Jeremy back with now, I'll be goes to Wayne deadman for three and he's got it. So it's Wayne deadman hits the three pointer. That's his second basket of the night. And the hawks down trail one twenty two to one hundred as they come back out to healed healed. Now gets it way up high to Yogi Ferrell Ferrel back to Willie Stein. Now, they go outside to healed healed back in the Middle East goes now barrel three no good way. Deadened the rebound Wayne with a long pass up now to get based on the right side leaves it for Jeremy Lin, Jeremy, fakes and drives. He goes into the lane. Lays it up. Jeremy Lin now with eleven and the hawks one twenty two to one zero to Jeremy Wright at his average of eleven as buddy healed will come back now with five ten ago healty bogdonovich up Willie Cauley Stein. He goes up and gets fouled by Dwayne deadman. Wayne's going to pick up his third. Willie Cauley Stein. We'll go to the free throw line with five. Oh, five remaining in the game. He's two for two tonight. Those were very early in the game. He comes in at fifty six percent on the season. Throw is no good. Alex, Len is back in for the hawks now, Amari Spelman goes out. One twenty two to one zero to the hawks trail here. Willie? Paulie stein. Second is good. So he makes one out of two. That'll make at one twenty three to one zero two talks trail here with now. Five minutes ago. Sewing prints up hide Alex Len back to Tori Dorian dancing in the middle. Makes. Dropped it. And it's stolen. It's picked up by Willie. Paulie Stein, who leaves it alphabet. Donovan. Bogdonovich dribbles into the lane. Throws a pass underneath too far stolen by kit. Baseball comes get back with it. Bolts up for a straightaway. Three it's off the rim. No good, Wayne. Debit gets the rebound. But he got fouled. It's going to be a buddy healed. Five on healed. Pasta Kufa's comes into the game for the first time now for the kings. This is in Willie Cauley Stein goes out. He leaves with nine points, five rebounds. Now, it's to be base. Warren of it'll get dribbles, right. Ends it out to Taurean prince now with seven Torian those behind the pick into the lane. Passes with one second left. Deadman? Fires and misses anything. I don't know what Tori was thinking. But he passed it with one second left on the clock. Now Daniel Hamilton will make his first appearance of the night for the hawks. Get war. We'll go out.

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"jeremy fake" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy fake" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"I would say away from the general media stuff in the end look for you know truly information on educate educational um you know reading sources on on block chan and learn about blockchain's before you start focusing on just the cryptocurrencies themselves are you hold in any currencies renowned recouped uh but yeah i mean i i hold ether i didn't i didn't really get in early enough to to do the the bitcoin but i do on either jeremy fake you very much for talking to us today but before we go i'm pretty sure seve fab is heaven ico coming up pretty soon can you tell us a little bit about it yeah of course we call it a token sale here in the us because of evolving regulations but were selling a utility token of that ultimately gives the buyer access to our production passing that worked what we're doing it sink fab is is blocked chain for manufacturing supply chain give you access to localize precision park production um from clean manufacturers and what were selling is the mfg token to incentivize the manufacturing working class to be more more responsive to small and mediumsized hardware innovators so tap into the inventor in you support judicial manufacturers to revolutionize the industry in a brace botching joyner telgramme channel so that you could ask all the questions you want and you know we have a lot of fun in there to run a germany fake you again for coming on the show and we hope to see you in ho is successful launch of the ico thanks man this been fun.