35 Burst results for "Jessica I"

Biles: FBI Turned 'Blind Eye' to Reports of Gymnasts' Abuse

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 15 hrs ago

Biles: FBI Turned 'Blind Eye' to Reports of Gymnasts' Abuse

"In a motional appeals on Capitol Hill Simone Biles and other U. S. Jim this demand that the FBI be held accountable for allowing a former team doctor to keep sexually abusing them and all other women the FBI acknowledges missteps and allowing Larry Nassar to remain free for months even after his abuse was reported in twenty fifteen at a Senate hearing and a news conference Jessica Howard and Aly Reisman said the FBI failed that there are a hundred and twenty people who would not have been victims had one FBI agent made a proper report a phone call all we needed was one adult to do the right thing FBI chief Chris Reyes says some agents did not and he's pledging changes gonna make damn sure everybody at the at the I. remembers what happened here Biles said the F. B. I. turned a blind all right it's time for a clear message if you allow predator to harm children the consequences will be swift and severe Sager make ani Washington

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"jessica i" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:35 min | 5 d ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Today, Explained

"To see her thirty s and forty s. But he didn't care he he. He liked that jessica had this approach to life where she would live in the moment because she wasn't sure that she would actually have a future and he fell in love with her..

Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

NBC Nightly News

01:47 min | Last week

Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

"That highly contagious delta and having a major impact on the economy so many employers looking for workers yet. The new jobs report showing us. Us hiring falling far short of expectations in august. So what's going on. Our stephanie rule explains today disappointment and a disconnect only two hundred and thirty five thousand jobs created just a third of what was expected despite a record ten million job openings and employers desperate to find workers. There's no question. The della variant is why today's job report is stronger. I know people were looking at. I was hoping for a higher number the surging delta variant putting the brakes on months of strong job growth. That's pushed the unemployment rate to the lowest level. Since the beginning of the pandemic hiring had been driven largely by restaurants bars and hotels. But in all of this that came to a halt employers hired fewer people because consumers are going out less and people are not applying for jobs that could expose them to cove it. This is seven and a half million out of work. Americans will lose federal unemployment benefits beginning this weekend. Another three million. We'll see their weekly checks cut by three hundred dollars. It's an abrupt end to federal aid available since the start of the pandemic in new mexico. Jessica healthy has been receiving four hundred sixty nine dollars a week. It will drop to one sixty nine on without these unemployment benefits. What would that mean to you. That means that some of my bill won't get paid while many who lost benefits in the summer did not return to work. This fall with schools reopening a steady rise in wages and other pandemic relief ending. The hope is more people start working again. But some economists warn that it may take time. Most of those. Many millions of people are not going to be able to find jobs

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‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

The Director's Cut

01:41 min | Last week

‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that

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What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

Popcorn with Peter Travers

01:54 min | Last week

What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

"I out of the gate for this fall is a movie called shang. She and the legend of the ten rings. It's a marvel movie and marvel finally deciding to have an asian hero in its movie. That's a long time coming. And when you see it you're going to see a story that is modern touch because this guy on plagued by smooth lou. He is in really fierce fighting form but his father was played by the great. Tome lung is an immortal and he doesn't want him to do it. He's doing which is parking cars in a san francisco hotel talent hanging out with akwa. Seen you get what i mean. It's the martial arts that makes this must sit okay. next up. Is the power of the dog as everybody knows especially critic which is may that september is the month where their film festivals everywhere from venison telluride to toronto in new york and the one film to rule them. All is the power of the dark. It's a western set in nineteen twenty five montana and new zealand. Filmmaker jane campion. Who did the piano is the director sir. First movie in twelve years. Expect real awards bus around benedict cumberbatch. She's playing a brutal acid tongue rancher who gets tensions going in ablaze when his brother brings home a new bride and everything goes crazy and deserve this film is sets nature's beauty against toxic masculinity. These are two things that are really updates days next step. The eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain goes all in this. She's backwards on the eyelashes end. The make up to play tammy faye bakker the late televangelist who turned her christian news program into a profitable industry until a sex scandal involving her first husband. Jim baker played by entry. Barfield just brought the whole house card. Sam

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23 Down, 5 To Go: Djokovic Eyeing Calendar-Year Slam at Open

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

23 Down, 5 To Go: Djokovic Eyeing Calendar-Year Slam at Open

"Fans don't see another joke of it just kept alive his hopes for a calendar year grand slam moving into the US open third round with an impressive straight sets win over the Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor no problems either for the women's top seed ash Barty now into the third round without dropping a set four seed Alexander Zverev also advanced in straight sets and men's twenty two St Raleigh Palca laid the American charge reaching round three with a straight sets win of the Italian Lorenzo and was happy it was joined in die for success by Shelby Rogers Jessica pergola Jack sock and Jenson Brooksby who advanced over Tyler Fritz I'm Graham like us

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Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

"If you were planning to go car shopping this Labor Day weekend don't expect to see the big markdowns you would have seen in years past the pandemic is made this another far from normal year when it comes to car buying usually dealers discount their inventory to make room for next year's models but because of a shortage of computer chips new vehicle inventories about a third of what it should be and Jessica Caldwell with admins says that lack of inventory means higher prices new vehicles are averaging forty two thousand three hundred dollars that's nearly nine percent higher than last year and used cars high in demand cost about twenty seven percent more than last year averaging twenty six thousand four hundred dollars hi Jackie Quinn

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Florida School Mask Mandate Ban Struck Down in Court

Guy Benson

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Florida School Mask Mandate Ban Struck Down in Court

"The governor and says school districts can impose mask mandates. Tallahassee Judge John Cooper said Florida law doesn't allow the governor and education board to band school districts from enacting mass commanding face mask policies that follow CDC guidance are at this point in time, reasonable and consistent with the best scientific and medical opinion and guidance in the country. At this time, the governor's order said. Having kids wear masks should be up to parents boxes. Jessica Rosenthal, America's

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103 Wildfires Are Currently Burning in the U.S.

Steve Sanchez

00:29 sec | Last month

103 Wildfires Are Currently Burning in the U.S.

"At last count more than 100. Wildfires are raging in the West 103 large fires are burning in the western part of the US and thanks to The weather. Cruz State fires were especially active in Washington and Northern California. The largest fire burning in the country. Right now is the Dixie Fire, which is also the largest in California's history. As of Friday, it was 518,000 acres in just 31% contained foxes. Jessica Rosenthal continued. Hot, dry weather is expected to contribute to even

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Dealing With Tough School Mornings Wakeups with Author Jessica Sinarski

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

02:35 min | Last month

Dealing With Tough School Mornings Wakeups with Author Jessica Sinarski

"Give me an example of a kid getting stack somehow someway on a school morning so i mean there are a number that come to that we have experienced firsthand so the the first that comes to mind is even just just getting up in the morning so I can think of countless mornings that we've really worked on even how that wake up goes and i'm sure you can relate with all of the children that you have worked on this so for two to. My boys are morning guys in there. Adam no problem and one especially on school mornings really likes to sleep in and so we've worked on it. We really try to unpack. What's the need what is the underlying need Of why it's really hard to get going in the morning. And so that's taken different shape over time. We at some points were being. I mean we're usually pretty consistent with bedtime but making sure we were hitting bed time to make sure he was getting enough sleep so that that wasn't what was going on. We found that sometimes it just takes him a little time to get To get the positive heart of of being awake going and so having something a little playful with me in the morning so we went to a phase where we played ams In his bed first thing in the morning when he got up we've gone through a yoga ties and tell us what hot hands is so So it wouldn't work for every kid but it works for it. Works for many so he holds his little hands out. And i put my hand he will face up and i hold my hands face down on top and then he tries to swing a little hands up and hit the top of my hands before i can pull him away a switch off when if you hit the hands than your good again for kids who are more sensitive detached or Who maybe that would feel scary. Obviously not great for my guy. He likes the rough and tumble and And so that was a good fit and it got us going. It got the positive connected sort of brain engaged so that he could then get dressed and brush teeth and do all of those things. It's tempting sometimes to just want to say like get up. It's time to get up. Get

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Shen Beauty's Jessica Richards: People Want Clean, But They Also Want Results

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Shen Beauty's Jessica Richards: People Want Clean, But They Also Want Results

"The real sort of shift came in realizing that not every woman shops organic clean natural. Whatever you wanna call it Because not everything from that. Category mainly works for their skin and and our issue was that because it was so long ago and there were no other retailers in this space. Certainly none i would say my only competitor at the time was whole foods right like and that's not even a competitor of mine sephora. Ulta bayden want clean organic natural beauty and certainly not what is now in the or niche. You know smaller brands nor did nordstrom's or you know any of these other retailers. They just wanted the mass marketed brands. And so what i realized was that people were coming into the store and they were having a really hard time. Grasping a cleanser. That was one hundred twenty dollars from a brand. They'd never heard of because they were still focused on brand recognition and buying marketing. I mean magazines were huge. Still eleven years ago now. Is there even a magazine in your house right. So i called bobby brown. This is about a year and a half in the business was struggling and she's A really good friend of my ex mother-in-law's and i said look you're not sold anywhere in brooklyn in brooklyn is a new in thriving neighborhood for people that are exiting manhattan. All with families. I really would love to talk to you about bringing your products in. I don't want any of your holiday or your skin care or any of that. I just want your core. Launches your lipsticks nor shimmer. Bricks things that people really know in us and all have Especially the eye gel pot so she said yes and it took about six months for them to figure out how to service my account. Because i'm so small. And i wasn't taking all their holiday launch units but once we brought in bobby brown and that was like about year to what i realized was that it made people more confident and okay wish shopping brands. They had never heard of before and they also wanted the heavy pay off of the pigments. That mainly come from non-clean beauty brands and so that was sort of the catalyst for me in realizing that people want organic natural clean. Whatever you call it but they really want

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Are the Democrats Using Creepy Cuomo To Distract From Nursing Home Scandal?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last month

Are the Democrats Using Creepy Cuomo To Distract From Nursing Home Scandal?

"Psychology. There's something called projection when you project onto others. What you yourself are actually doing andrew. Cuomo is now been credibly accused by charlotte bennett. Lindsey boylan anna rush analysts. Karen hinton jessica bakeman elissa mcgrath and sherry ville. That's a long list and possibly in violation to the law now. These reports are just remaining civil for now but that does not mean that there is no criminal conduct now. Being a scumbag or being a sicko is actually not unique to american politics. Being a scumbag and being sicko actually happens in both political parties. No party has a monopoly on scumbag. Ary what is unique and something that we cannot lose. Focus on through this entire investigation. Andrew cuomo harassing multiple women. which is of course sicko. Type behavior is the nursing homes. The nursing homes are actually a bigger scandal. Then andrew cuomo being a typical new york style politician. What andrew cuomo know about putting infected chinese corona virus patients in nursing homes. Why did the department of justice dropped their investigation into that. These are really important questions. And why is new york all of a sudden coming out with this report against andrew cuomo today. Are they trying to distract from something or trying to get ahead of this. Are they trying to put this kind of in the dead summer. New cycle

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Vaccine Mandates and Dorm Food, the New College Tour

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Vaccine Mandates and Dorm Food, the New College Tour

"The quickly approaching fall semester has America's colleges under pressure to decide how far they should go to guard their campuses against the corona virus at New York University Monday marked their first in person college tours in sixteen months and there was lots of talk about mandatory vaccines says assistant VP of admissions Jonathan Williams the universe is crying all students to be vaccinated NYU is one of hundreds of colleges nationwide that have told students they must be fully vaccinated but seventeen year old Jessica Abraham who's considering the school still has not gotten one public school I really wanted many more colleges have held off on vaccine mandates in many Republican led states governments have banned such requirements or school leaders face political pressure to limit their anti virus actions I'm Julie Walker

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Man Dies After Texting Fiancee: 'I Should Have Gotten the Damn Vaccine'

Your Real Estate World

00:33 sec | Last month

Man Dies After Texting Fiancee: 'I Should Have Gotten the Damn Vaccine'

"Momentum in the race to vaccinate the White House, noting four straight days of at least 700,000 doses. Some of America's unvaccinated now rethinking their decision from a hospital bed 39 year old Michael Freedia, father of five, dying this week in Las Vegas. After texting his fiancee, I should have gotten the damn vaccine. A small fever sick for a day is better than having your loved ones have to bear you. That's Freddy's fiancee, Jessica Dupri's

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Drug Overdose Deaths Skyrocket Nearly 30% to 93,000 in 2020

America's First News Show

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Drug Overdose Deaths Skyrocket Nearly 30% to 93,000 in 2020

"Than 93,000 overdose deaths last year and nearly 30% increase over the year before the number of deaths attributed to different kinds of opioids grew by just about 20,000. Pharmaceutical companies have been sued over the marketing of opioids and doctors are facing more scrutiny over prescribing them. On top of that Chinese fentanyl shipments to the US dropped after the Chinese government banned the production and sale of fentanyl in 2019, But there is evidence they are still shipping the chemicals to make fentanyl to Mexican drug cartels and Border patrol has reported a large increase. And fentanyl seizures this year. Fox is Jessica Rosen FOLD America is

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Everyone's Talking About Olivia Rodrigo - Good 4 U

Switched On Pop

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Everyone's Talking About Olivia Rodrigo - Good 4 U

"I've been listening to olympia. Rodriguez album sour and i think we need to talk about her third single off album good for you. Have you guys gotten a chance to listen to it yet. I mean a thousand times. The record has been repeat. Every time i get in my car and turn on the radio seems to be playing yet. Shire jump on tiktok. I don't know how often you guys tiktok. But that's another very commonplace. You might hear that song. Tiktok is currently my social media restriction at this very moment. Okay as in. You're not on tiktok. Usually but i've just needed a break. Yep so i kind of missed the phenomenon okay. Well tiktok aside. I know you've both heard it a bazillion times. I want to queue it up and listen to a little bit of it. Yes please one of my favorite things about this track is that it's almost like it has a split personality between the verse. The chorus the verse is kind of funky kind of slow kind of sinister cathedral. Qassim down really easily found in the only took a couple weeks and then the chorus just explodes into this distorted raging pop punk anthem. Head-spinning totally

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Bruce Springsteen's Daughter Makes Olympic Equestrian Team

Tim Conway Jr.

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

Bruce Springsteen's Daughter Makes Olympic Equestrian Team

"And Bruce Springsteen's daughters going to represent the U. S and the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Jessica Springsteen is one of four equestrians who made the team. Springsteen, who's 29 has been riding horses since she was Four was her dad's Bruce

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The Rest of the Surfside Condo Has Been Demolished

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

The Rest of the Surfside Condo Has Been Demolished

"Remained of that partially collapsed condo tower and served Side. Florida was brought down last night by demolition crews. Explosive charges were set to weaken the structure to allow gravity to bring the building straight down. Wfor TV s Jessica Padilla has more. What was left of the South Champlain Towers has now been demolished, and that's experts and engineers predicted. It did go down vertically, which we saw from our angle and where we're at. We actually heard those small explosives that they were pretty loud. That builds changes going down within seconds, and the remaining surrounding area is surrounded by Miami Dade Police Department and multiple units. The death toll in the collapse now stands at 24 with 121 people still

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How Bitcoin Derivatives Work With Juthica Chou

What Bitcoin Did

02:01 min | 2 months ago

How Bitcoin Derivatives Work With Juthica Chou

"Hi there jessica. How are you good. how are you about. It's been a while since we in new york probably two years maybe on a sales more than that but time get so messed up in this space so we could have been two years. Dog is. I feel like i've been doing this for two decades completely. January feels like three years ago. Yes just the world is year the mouth things i can't even get my head around is a bit overwhelming anyway. We are where we are. So thanks for coming on I've been doing these regular shows with willie woo and a few will be rising to me and listen. I don't understand how derivatives work or asking me questions about derivatives. I'm like i don't know. I don't know how they work. I don't use them i. I'm just a spot byron transferred to cold storage so speaking to my producers like what what are we reach out to greg. Why don't we get on. She's she's the expert she'll explain it to us so you ready for this. Come on. i've before before we get into the first thing i did want to get into with you and i think you'll know a bit about it is to do with micra strategy. I'm sure you tranquil. They do should. We were quite wherever they're doing so they've just done another five hundred million dollar bond sale and they've talked about at the market securities offering for flexibility to stop to another billion dollars asset class. What does this all mean like. I've got no idea. Wh what is a bond sale for a company is it the same as a treasury bond is a similar. How does it work. Yeah so There's a couple ways will as cook though his learn. There's a lot of different ways that you can raise capital If you are whether you're a token or a company So the traditional way is that you issue shares which are securities. I'm so people have a stake in your company that would be like base going public in their initial

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"jessica i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I did did. Castle corn in fucking indiana and. I was a roofer. And i wash cars for twelve years as far as job goes. It's a damn good job and you get overpay aso. How bad can that you know. I guess that's where i always like. What do i want them to do. It's a fucking easy job if you can get it. No you're right. I think it's all the motions part of it. That's terrifying what you're pointing out the intense rejection the self worth also the like to every how do not go off the deep end in a lot of different ways or just become an asshole because you can just have whatever you want. I worry about all those kind of things. Also worry about if my kids wannabe musicians. The bar is high. Yeah that's that's a bummer. Like yeah i worry about like all my god. Are they just going to be like. I can never be as good as my dad. Or maybe they're gonna be. I mean please. God let them be better. I know that's pretty. That's what that's what's daunting fisher. Maybe they could take it in a different niece so it's still musical but not like justin like maybe they're classical pin going to be like okay. Even if i mail jazz could be the biggest jazz performer of all time and still be pretty small compared to pop music. So you know who knows regardless my daughter will be wed to your son. So i'll be following this on the inside and the outside and the lands will be joined a well jessica. I'd like you when we were younger. We have to a real quick round of what you love about laura moses. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah okay. Greg greg right right. Yeah yeah yeah a staple on this show for the people who are which is surprisingly a lot of be most than they know. So how does it go do we do. We just go. Yeah you can let you go first because we've already done this a few times. Well i love a lot of things about laura and in my world. She's known as loma which is nickname. Forever lomo i mean. She's one of the funniest people ever on the planet. I mean she's the sweetest most humble. She's person that makes me laugh out loud. When i see which he posed for her relationship with her cats makes consumer happy may to her artisan ability her knitting ability her nails. Yeah they're perfect. Her nails are off the chain. She does them herself. It's crazy. I wouldn't know what that means. Would you hold your nails up to the camera. So i can see what going vs are not what i'm talking about but those those are great. Now yeah one is a little square. Your ring finger is a little squared off this one. Yeah it's a little squared off the other one's more of an arc..

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"jessica i" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"jessica i" Discussed on SmartLess

"There was no cove and we watched covid unfold from the space station and when i land there were there were six of us for four months of my mission for the last two and a half months there were only three of us so there were three humans of there and were watching things get know of course in the beginning like everybody else. We didn't think it was going to be as bad as it was. And we're watching things get worse and worse and then suddenly were feeling like it's where the characters and this bad science fiction movie where you pan to the space station. And then the entire planet is wiped out by a meteor guys have to keep the race going to now procreate and the and bring back the civilization and i'm responsible for repopulating the entire human species but there were only three people up there at the time there were only three of us. Yeah three three females or was there a male up. I was the only female was and two men. So yeah i would. I was looking around. I was the moment in the cartoon. When you turn into iraq lamb crab but that must have been that must have been so surreal to be up there watching it unfold down here. What he goes watching you watch. Msnbc or cnn when it yeah so we get some new sources. We don't just have a constant stream to the internet like we like we do down here but we can have different news programs up length and sometimes we can get a real connection so whatever we ask for five g. up there no no. There's certain certain sections of the rotation where it's like services terrible on crossing over europe but So you're up there for. My math is not great. But did you six months. I almost seven. So i was there for two hundred five days. It was almost seven months and it was the middle of when we're landing last year. The middle of april was when things were really bad so we were returning right into the thick of it and it ended up even being really a a major accomplishment for nasa and for the russian space agency just figuring out how to get us back in the soyuz. We land in the middle of nowhere in kazakhstan. And then we send a nasa jet to pick us up but given all the restrictions with with all of the flight regulations. It was really difficult to for them to figure out how to even pick us up so we had a little bit more of an exciting returned to earth and normal wear it was kinda like planes trains and automobiles version. Where we we. I had a helicopter which is normal but then we rode in an ambulance across the casick's step for three hours before we got to our nasa jet and finally got back here but but that was the thing that was such a difficult transition..

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"jessica i" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

05:03 min | 5 months ago

"jessica i" Discussed on SmartLess

"Probably just put zanny under your tongue right and it's fine to atlanta and your free senior there. Yes really pretty interesting. Because for me so i launched with the russians on a soyuz spacecraft in a soyuz rocket. So i was in russia for much of the lead up like a year and a half before learning how to fly that rocket in doing that. All in russian was incredibly interesting. Yeah because You know at the time. The space shuttle had already been retired back in twenty eleven. And we didn't have spacex online yet like we do now. We were exclusively launching with the russians. Really since two thousand eleven until now. We've been doing that to get to the space station. But that was one of the best parts of the experience. For me i mean. Living and working over there they're spaceships. Be honest kind of are they a little threadbare held together with duct tape or the thing is that soyuz has been flying for decades so it is the most reliable rocket available on the planet right now and so that was i had no problem stepping onto that incredibly reliable rocket and it is interesting. There is a big difference in the engineering on the american side and the russian side where their strategy is more something simple and robust that works. you know. they don't keep changing it. They have something that works. And they don't have to put a lot of bells and whistles on it versus the space shuttle. That was one of the most complex flying machines ever made. And it's one of the reasons why it had some of the problems that it had but it was really kind of. I think we have very different engineering. Philosophies order broad robust and works wait a minute reliable. Show yeah but jessica is. I was like whoa when when americans american astronauts like yourself talk about russian astronauts you meet and space meet before obviously and whatever is does the kind of tension that the political tension like. i imagine. it's obviously it goes away because you're meeting the person but is it weird to meet somebody with so much. You know through their country having so much political tension between the united states yet to me that made it even more special interesting. You know to be living and working over there. As an american you know given the political climate and also just historically if you think about it. So we're over their training in star city in the garden cosmonaut training center. That's the same training center. Where you're a garen trained. The first human that ever went to space and that city star city was actually not on. The map was a secret city because they were trying to keep it secret from us during the space race so it was really interesting thing to know that we were there. I'm there as an american woman training and working there. You know with the russians in the same place where you're a garden was and to me. That just made it so much more special and incredible talk about the change to the extent you had any the change in perspective of of being somebody who lives in breezy walks on this planet after you had that perspective from space looking back at this plant of they've taught i've heard people talk about that. There is a different perspective that can be Somewhat distracting for astronauts. When they come back because they've they've sort of seen this is not the end all be all but just another planet. Yeah it it is really interesting..

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"jessica i" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Blue Greens. Like. And It's not like that at all, but it's. It's like that. So I'm Jay feely third round stoppage. Now, let's a strike. I'M GONNA. Take feely. I'm GonNa, take him on home of the second round stoppage again second round stoppage. Okay, I know I'm giving a lot of second round stoppages. You know you know what fuck third round stop because I thought I'm going to take. You didn't WanNa copy me, but they do big backdrop vacuuming now Markkula Rosa. Yes, has lost three state. Three straight who lines so you're saying, do for a win. Well. I joined us that has lost. Two straight. So man. They just make sure that's correct. He's also do for when that's always tough. When both guys are coming off a multiple losses in a row. Yeah, he's lost two in a row. You got somebody that Alex Perez that Alex. parade yet sub twice in off ticker to I. Two, first round. Submission in a row. I don't see that happening again now. Rosa has had his losses a Tko and a decision. I'm getting give. Markkula rose by decision over. Jordan Espinosa I think they're both desperate for a win. Sometimes, that makes an extremely exciting fight, but these guys are light. Soggy things can be two guys moving quickly and they I don't mean fighting safe, but I think also both trying to. Fight against loss as much as a win so I'm going to take Martinez but decision right I'll do the opposite I'm thinking Jordan by decision, okay, do you want to hurt me? Do I want to hurt you one hundred nine months. You want to choose the opposite all okay. Jimmy. No. It gives me said on Wednesdays. We won't be talking. 'til Monday odd Jimmy. That means you feel the same way way. What did you say? Did you say the? Wednesdays the. Cyber. Jimmy Jimmy, you know manly man, but that does. I don't joke around like that. I don't get emotional during quarantine I'm very happy Jamie I'm looking at. Let's do a proper plug for the fights this weekend. Please because you're the man main event Cynthia Calvi. Oh Against Jessica I. Marvin Vittoria, of course against Carl Roberson. Those guys wait. Is Angrier than. I like watching the fights at the APEX I. Don't think it looks at all I. Think it's cool. It's great. I'M ROB fighting against A. Very very exciting firewood. Oh, man I'm looking forward to it I. Really Am my Saturday night is planned, and I'm sure I mean a sneak a sneaky enough facetime before that. Yes, we will definitely talk before that. You Know Jiming Right Buddy. Listen to everybody to the UFC oh shit. On Monday you guys right in some more questions because they've been writing the questions now. No, we're not giving him any chance I. Love those questions, so yeah, please write in, and we will be happy to if the produce segments of what we will ask them. We'd just been a little negligent in that we will do it. We love. We love our fans. We love the unfiltered. Army Jimmy unfiltered army. Do Jimmy I'll talk to you later. Everybody, thank you so much. Goodbye everyone. Enjoy them. I'm at later..

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"jessica i" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"But if I did you know? Back in the cafeteria. All right, let's go. I was natural. It's somehow we went at. It ended up on top. And then I was just like our. He could like I was fair. Like are you good? I'll let you I'm not going to beat you up everywhere. Do you WanNa? Go out again. We can go you know and that was the end of it. Later on throughout like by state, you know I. Don't know sometimes. They try to mess with me and then as soon as I'd like back it up. Starting at twenty, three, three really start training. Does anybody back from known you when you were a kid? They surprised that he shocked that. You become you. Have see fighters star and made eventing order. They like Oh. I've never seen this side of Cynthia or people looking at that going out i. make sense she gave I think. I think that if they like new media can always Kinda. Tell you once. I got into relationship later on later on in high school. Then Yeah, dip it I up people that knew me before when I was in my early twenties before starting fighting, definitely say I'm a completely different person than I was, but I've always been feisty. The baby of the family so spoiled. Brat no and someone should lose. I had soler brothers and over sister. And I guess the only thing that second prepared news when they use me as a rag doll for WWe as my. Lesson always like pick up a date, jokes, labs and stuff like Sakho Rickel, and they would smack near on just to Piss me off, so I guess they kind of prepared new little bit. The Look. This. Saturday your main eventing against Jessica I, congratulations. I'm happy to see women's made doing so well and I'm also looking forward to this fight a lot and like I said you guys have a great call main so good luck this week it's it's very exciting. Yeah. Thank you appreciate. I cannot wait man. I'm super excited especially during this time man I thought we were going to be locked the for a long time, so yeah, and you have the one sport that's really. Active and they're putting on a fights almost every week, so it's probably gaining a lot of new fans and a lot of people who might not have watched before are watching now. Because other stuff is not on, so you're you're. You're made of ending a great time? Yeah, it's amazing. It's crazy tides, not tenths looking forward to it, Cynthia. We'll talk to you the other side. Okay, absolutely expert help me are.

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"jessica i" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

You're Wrong About...

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on You're Wrong About...

"Because? It's like he's. He's like how all these relationships that have gone wrong in various ways, but like this one is like maybe so flamboyantly bad that it's allowing her to lake. Be like goodbye to this whole era of my life. That's my dream. And so that is where we are going to start to wrap up the story of Jessica, okay, as you mentioned earlier, one of the things we really like about the story as opposed to a lot of are other episodes is like we know that everything sort of works out for Jessica and so I think we should end with a couple of little montages. How things that working for Jessica I love bad. Let's do it so six months after the John Mayer ghosting. She meets her current husband Eric who. A football player for a team, and then he retires into eight, and there's this whole sort of complicated grid flow chart thing like how he ends up at her house. It's like a friend of a cousin of a friend of an employee, but anyway she's having friends over to watch I think of football game or maybe a basketball games having a bunch of buddies over on like an afternoon. And he shows up this hot retired football player and I really liked this. He walks in to meet the host of the Party. You're going to, and he walks in the kitchen and she's chatting with a friend, says hi Eric, and he sees. Next to her in the little kitchen island, thing is a book on dream interpretation, and he also notices that it's like dog eared, and there's a million post it notes in it, and like this thing has been like loved to death, and so I really liked us about him that he completely skipped small. Talk like no traffic, no weather and just go. You analyze your dreams and she says immediately. She's like yes. I do last night. I dreamed that I pooped out a pig and he's like. They just sort of instantly click and I guess they sit sort of like in her little kitchen nook on the steps. They just sit shoulder to shoulder. Just talk for like two hours, and then as people start to trickle out of her party. He's like well better. Get going and she's like stay. And, so he spends the night. He has to leave early the next morning to go to a Marianne Williamson.

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"jessica i" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on WTOP

"She is over the WTOP pet of the week of the humane rescue alliance introduces us to Jessica I was two years old since about sixty five pounds and she's not a small girl but she's really sweet that is beautiful brown and white coat she's a couple type dog and she is just so bouncy so full of life and fun really a wonderful dog she has sort of a rough start on our animal control officers were able to get her to the humane rescue alliance you hear the care she needed and our behavior team and now her foster had been really working to build her confidence so we'd love to find her new home love to get her with the new family where she can really continue to thrive so she's about two years old she is a little bit timid still around people she is a little bit timid around new people and new places which is understandable but I think if you go slow with her when she really will start to open up she so kindly when she dies and really is a faction at really loves long walks and loves long naps as well she is adorable I'm looking at a picture right now so I tell folks a little bit about how it works now if they want to consider either fostering or adopting a dog sure absolutely so we have moved all of our doctoral animals into foster homes and if you're interested in meeting one of those you can go to our website see all of our available animals and then reach out to the foster parent to set up a virtual meet and greet and then our virtual counseling session.

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"jessica i" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"The people that you know like yourself now and get on facebook but how do you. What was your philosophy or practice around nurturing and sustaining back bigger network. So that network might need to be clarified and divided as people I know versus people who know me and the people I know. I make effort to comment on stuff. That they're doing. I take a minute to go. Yay Good for. You can't wait that's awesome. Yeah you go whatever Just so that I can sort of. It's not really I mean I'm saying it as if it's a strategy but that's how I do it too just like keep in touch like I know I know people who want to keep in touch. Call someone on the phone to say. Hi We're just GONNA be. You have a great day. This is my way of doing that without using telephone. I don't tax sometimes but I think it's even less. I'm I'm low maintenance enough to just be like I am and that's it you know so they just know that I existed that. I'm there people who know me but I don't know that's kind of what I use My email list for and lake. I used to be much much more active on social. I have since stopped doing that and I every time I say that I I would like a logical reasons to why it's happened. I haven't come come with that quite yet. I know reasons why I don't feel like doing it anymore. But I don't know if that's the reason why does that make sense like I used to be very very social now not on social media and actually in person as well And I'm not quite as social as I used to be but I do like the people I already know just not networking at all. It's kind of sad so so once a year to conference I make specific effort to hug these people and talk to these people and find out how these people's businesses are doing and how their families are doing and I I make a big deal about catching up with at least for five minutes people who don't know me if they have the desire to come up and talk to me. I'm I'm really very conscious about like direct eye contact and physical touch so normally when someone wants to come up to me and tell me how much they love my group. I will usually give them a hug. I mean and then if they have something else to say to me I make sure that I am looking dead in the eyes of that person because I want them to know them really listening that I really care even if something terrible happening I have no idea what they're saying like you know what I mean like if it's like if it's loud or whatever but I still want people to really feel like I've listened and that's sort of my version of making people feel connected with me. I don't know that on the easiest person to connect with like I'm I might be a little ask agree and I can be kind of introverted and I don't always like that many people I mean I say that but I can think of thousands of people who I really really love but like. I don't know even more that I don't so it's hard to hard to. I mean that's everybody. I don't know so Jessica I will say that since networking to me doesn't just mean meeting New People so if you are good thank God yeah. I believe this is my own belief. It's not studied by anything but I think that eighty percent of who you need to know to be successful. You've already met interesting. I think that a lot of us haven't done the work of like sustaining those connections and we sort of move on from one job to another maybe one industry to another and then we forget those people even though those people would love to hear from us or we love to hear from them vice versa and then when we did reach out we already have established a relationship of trust. They know us. They like say trust us. They think highly of us and they may hear that you're doing his thing amass who they they tell everyone in there. Yeah that's my whole social media strategy and I tell people is free for everyone you've ever met it was even if they even if you didn't like them before but if they see what you're doing your best sales team right there's people who've known you in any kind of way ever ex-boyfriends their parents. Your parents friends rabbis. Priests doesn't matter. Friend them all because if you have any kind of service that people need they'll tell people for you. It's exactly right First Meeting New People. I'm not totally uncomfortable with it. But I'm much better like on a bus.

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"jessica i" Discussed on The Officer's Wife

The Officer's Wife

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on The Officer's Wife

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"jessica i" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And she's designed and released several commercial typefaces. She's she's also worked for clients like The New York Times Apple Mic. Sweeney's the musician back and the filmmaker Wes Anderson as if that weren't enough off she's also an author her picture book. Tomorrow I'll be brave was a New York Times bestseller. She now has a brand new book out. And this one's sounds titled Tomorrow. I'll be kind Jessica. His welcome back to design matters. Happy to me back so excited really fear here. In highschool you waitressed at a Greek diner called the Blue Comet also known as the blue vomit Do you have any memorable stories from this day. Man Only kind of sad or dangerous stories like one of the things that I came to my mind which is awful and thankfully the restaurant is closed and probably shall remain closed forever but I remember customers would come in and ask if there were any sugar free desserts and we we offered like sugar free Jello as thing and one time I was back in the kitchen and actually saw the packets of Jello that they were calling the sugar. Free Jell O.. And it was definitely not sugar. So you're free and I was like Oh my God we're GonNa kill someone and I tried to raise zinc the management and they were just like this isn't your place you know they were like you're seventeen go. I and you did for good I did and I did. It was also like Mike Montero things everybody should work in service industries before they are horrible. Well as a person and I totally agree with that too I think if you waitress or ever work in any sort of capacity like that if I worked at the gap also for a summer when I was in high school will and I just have so much appreciation for people that work in any sort of industry like that. When I worked at the Blue Comet we would work? I would work there like Sunday after church shift and I would turn over. No lie eighty to ninety tables and I would make eighty five dollars tips like so I just have. I'm such Gotcha. Krazy tip her like and I definitely am always like twenty to twenty five percent and if not throw a few extra dollars on absolutely absolutely. I worked through College College at a joint called. Kosher pizza and falafel my clothes. That I worked. It didn't always smelled so bad. I left them out in the dorms. Man The smell and Greece on like generic glac aprons is still a smelly can never never let leave my brain just last appeared. Undesired matters in twenty eleven and so much has has happened since then for you both personally and professionally. I also found in my research this time around quite a lot more about you that I didn't know from from our previous interview so I get to ask some of those questions too so I wanNA start back at the beginning for a bit for those. That might have listened to our previous episodes. These will be different historical questions. So you grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania called Hazelton And Your Dad was a dentist. Your mom studied chemistry. And I read that you were raised by parents who fit your artistic curiosity with ample crayons scissors and construction Russian paper. And you'd work for hours and hours on end. So what was the young Jessica his making back then. Oh Young Jessica. Hedge was obsessed with anything thing art related and I think my parents so much because they just gave me endless art supplies. Like I had like really professional pastel sets when I was like ten years old which is awesome? Because it's not something that I feel like all parents don't have an art background would do but I think part of it was just because I was just like so well behaved when I was in my art world like they just sit me at a table with art supplies and I would be good to go for six hours the things that I was into. I don't know I got really into replicating advocating farsighted comex when I was in like maybe fourth and fifth grade I tried to make a bunch of lake. Pretend comics that. Were based on similar. Gary Larson Humor that for our terrible if I go back and read them because I still have them I have some of them because my mom was okay. It's saving them but it's really funny to read comics by people that clearly. Don't get the joke in in the first place So it was just replicating the style more so than the writing and then I also got really into drawing maps of my house and plotting. The dogs like life cycle throughout the house today so it was like drawing battle maps. I got really into kind of drawing like battle maps of our house for my brother and I to play with I was also just very rule following kid. I describe myself as being a hall monitor forever. I was definitely like color within the lines. Kind of kit and didn't do a lot a lot of really experimental drawings. I was really obsessed with trying to draw things realistically and was really proud of myself when I could draw something realistically and felt like I was rewarded for that. As a little doc id now I understand that you would also abandon dozens of sketchbooks because of one bad drying. You've given up bon courses in school because you've got one bad grade and your ability to have straight A.'s. was ruined so not only. Will you a hall monitor. But I think you were a little good of a perfectionist. Definitely I think the so the abandoning sketchbooks and courses then came a little bit later because I feel like when I was in junior high and high school. I couldn't really actually be perfect. I remember there was this geometry class that I took in the eighth grade or something like that and the final was to label every country on a blank world map and every capital on that blink. World Map wow it was aggressive and I just crumbled under the pressure. Sure I think I got like a fifty eight or something. It's like the lowest grade of ever gotten on anything and you still remember it. I remember devastated. I was after because I was just like. I'm not smart. I'm so dumb. Lola you know and I definitely had that moment and then when I was in high school I felt like I knew that I wanted to pursue art but I didn't really get a ton of opportunities until the end and by then I felt really behind on a lot of things and when I transferred to Public School in Eleventh Grade you know public schools have their own system for grades grades. They had like a all those things where you can get more than a four point. Oh so the top twenty percent of my class had like four point four's when they graduated and when I came over from Catholic school we didn't have that system we didn't have gifted we didn't have. AP classes and so my GPA. which was totally fine in the Catholic school was like three point eight or or some random number? I was like not even in the top forty percent of my class because I didn't have all these extra bonus points. Wow now was it treated transferred from from Catholic school to Public School because they weren't enough art classes Catholic school. That's True Lena. The Art classes in my Catholic school were sort of blow off classes. They were fun in their own way. Because is it was a bunch of like senior high school football players than me in this one other eighth grade girl named Carolina who I'm still friends with and we would take it so seriously and they would just be trying to prank are poor art our teacher the whole time and then when I was ascending into eleventh grade I was like okay. Great now I can really take start taking all these other classes and they were like. Oh but you still are behind on your math. Ask so no not this semester maybe next semester and I was listening pucks place I hear in high school. Your parents got a divorce he did. You've stated that this started a fire in you and you needed to become independent as soon as possible to find yourself in your voice. What was it about their divorce? That served as catalyst part of it. Was I think any kid that goes through their parents divorce at any age source of like they see their parents humanity a lot earlier. You you know your parents are these sort of like omniscient beings. When you're a kid that can do no wrong? That are not people their parents and when you see them go through like a very a harrowing thing personally you get to see like a lot of them as a human versus them as just your parent and it made me sort of like like that was really jarring and made me feel like I had to grow up really fast for one thing and then also just sort of seeing my mom who had put all of her eggs in this basket of just. It's like this marriage and raising kids. And she had really given up her career in order to be a parent and you now as a parent myself. I see just how much work goes into parenting. It's hard because I think a lot of women don't get a lot of the credit that they look for the work that they do at home and I'm not saying that my dad liked didn't give her credit for that but it's more just like I didn't want to be put in a position ever where I was like had all of my eggs in one basket and had to rely on another person's livelihood in order to exist. You know so. I really wanted to make sure that I could make my own way. That I wasn't relying on Henry downs from anybody or even now as an adult like like my husband and I have an amazing relationship and we're very much like our money is all our money. It's not yours and it's not mine but I do feel very protective of my career and and contributing contributing to our relationship and feeling like I never want to be a person that doesn't fully contribute in this financially in the same way. Is that even remotely possible given your success success that I wouldn't be able to get. Yeah of course you know like there's highs and lows in every career. I've been really lucky in that. I've been really on top of it so I say lucky but it's really I've just been like obsessively on top of really the hardest working people in the design business. Well I mean the biggest thing is one of the things that I realized really early on was that you can't put all of your eggs in any one basket even professionally early. So I and I found that out just because I was freelancing from when I was you know twenty three or twenty four of just like there's parts of the industry that dry up seasonally so I would have to make sure that like I had other things going on and so I always like would make sure that whenever I was working as a freelancer i. I didn't just have one kind of work or I didn't just have one kind of client and I feel you like coming in as an illustrator versus designer. It's a little more normal to do that. Because I do feel like freelance designers have clients that come back to them over and over for an over again and they form these very long term relationships but then you also hear about designers that like one client goes out of business and then fifty percent of their business and they have to figure out how to rebuild it as a freelance illustrator. Peter I never have that I feel like I. Just go on a bunch of epic for states ten like it's just like endless first dates. I'm a very like non monogamous designer so he promiscuous various. It has a straighter. I've had of course some repeaters which have been wonderful and lovely but a Lotta Times by the time they come back to me. It's like an entirely different creative team and so that was one way of being diverse. But another thing was just making sure that like I had stuff. That was making money for me when I wasn't able to make the money myself a passive passive income. Yeah and so..

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"jessica i" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"jessica i" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Therefore entirely new personality types that everybody falls into so they say that everyone falls into at least one of these types of say what they are next I would tend to agree I will not be labeled I guess I would think maybe I guess I think you could maybe more than one today they they say now did your parents ever screw up your lunch growing up I because one celebrities making fun of his wife for these elaborate lunches us all these big pads for her four year old son this is ridiculous for may yeah I on unbelievable but did your parents ever screw up your lunch or I guess you do as a parent of risk of the kids like to get to the second and they've they've changed the recipe to and I kind of product on an iconic food item that we all level today what next hi Jessica how are you hi good morning Jessica I see this is your parents did screwed up your brother's lunch right what a deal the witness said that we were in about I think first or second grade my brother opened up his lunch box instead of there being a radical coke can there is a red cans of beer of they got they in there is that okay well mom was tired I was I would describe it quickly funny thing is he got it taken away from him obviously and they called home but nobody ever got the beer back it's probably dragon lines get this that I can see that happening though you know you just grab and stuff and I confuse anyone it faster whatever the morning and yeah I could see that thank you Jessica have a good day thank you called Hey listen hi listen what happened I'm I'm first time I was watching what I eat and take a sip of water if this face like it was disgusting and I asked him about it and I went out and it was a water bottle filled with.

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"jessica i" Discussed on Data Stories

Data Stories

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Data Stories

"That influence sleep quality to end users, and then realizing how difficult it was to do that. And that ended up involving a lot of things related to certainty and kind of then move me in that direction. So now, I do a fair amount of work in information visualization on communicating uncertainty and communicating statistical results in ways that people can understand now also kind of building tools to help people who are building models generate effective visualizations. And so I did my teach at the university of Washington, which is where I ended up doing some work with Jessica. And then now that I've moved here we've started this cross-institutional lab as Jessica said, which has actually been a lot of fun playing together. And like seeing our students kind of also start to talk to each other and do things which I think is is really exciting. I like the fact that you call the collective. She does not suggestion actually. I don't know where that word came for Justice sows, sows good or just cool. Yeah. It sounds more like artists. Well done. Yeah. It does sound cool. Yeah. It's great. So the topic today, we invite us also as you mentioned main focus right now in research, it's about visualizing uncertainty. So just to get started. What do we talk about when we talk about an certainty visualization? Jessica I would say we talk about something pretty narrow when we talk about uncertainty visualization among visualization researchers so we're usually talking about is visualizing error. That's been calculated relative to some model, you could call it risk a lot of people think of it as risk. But basically, you're making some sort of estimate you're taking the average of something and you're predicting maybe average on employment for next year. And you know that there's error most commonly measurement error sampling error so random error..

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"jessica i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Yes and so here's the thing when that happens like typically would be very annoyed with the ties you but what you do is you just have to humble yourself typically do is i'll smile and i'll be like listen i'm jessica like i'm really sorry but i'm about to pull out my lunch but i promise it'll be gone in one minute it's gonna stink for a second then they're like oh that's fine like it's okay so you just have to like let them know really i can eat in one minute i just need to get it in you know you just have to prep christen okay and you'd never had a problem on the flight now i've never had anyone the security guards getting on like getting my bags checked with tuna in eggs and peanut butter it's very very very difficult and chicken it's very difficult every time but i've never had a negative encounter or with a person beside me because i always say hi my name's jessica i was on survivor i'm joking right and then this is from brenta shower man wants to know what was less than you risk it to get the biscuit risked it to get the biscuit is that just an open into question okay so well i'm kind of risking it to get the biscuit now i just quit my job and i am just kind of like putting my hands and it's a couple of different pots hoping that someone grabs what i have to offer i think that's kind of risking short take chances than i don't even tell you.

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"jessica i" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Oh hold back spencer because he would turn that has upset down i'll tell you one thing already would have been on our his case i yoho tell us some trump's girl we need to know that's why you in this house okay knock as you want apprentice over ten years ago we want to know about your old boss from two weeks ago that i don't think you could have even done the first task because you had a needed yereven spray and then like i am opting out with no there is some parts of the task i could have done the hang on the the academy award joe fear emir and ever they i you would have gone through the halls inc wouldn't have dropped i get definitely would already got in chuck widow of the ufc spiders face and bill nye yo chuck you think you're tough guy not in this big brother house and he probably would have knocked me out and then he would have been eliminated so at about one person down that quick yeah they you attack ladele fan i love jessica alba in the house they're all my enemies you'd win henny thanks so there is our big brother i plan to talk be rather every week catch you up because you nama big brother junky and we all live and had it nest cvb celebrity they brother in the uk that's like our favorite show obviously because we've done it twice brand he had a couple of moments shoes interrupting this the the big time rush singer real talk though all due respect to the big time rush singer how are they casting him an opera daddy like camano i guess he's better looking or whatever allegedly no he's iin that's just what my haters would say now i don't even think you're haters and say that you didn't even see a music elegant guy his you know he's supposed to be the throb at the soil is thinking that one a fly a whole not marking the drought i've ever have not got uh better legume in yuval odds claimed that uh you know they have an actual like the hearthrob character and is not martin graphitti assets who had thank you that you can.

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"jessica i" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Oh hold back spencer because he would turn that has upset down i'll tell you one thing already would have been on our his case i yoho tell us some trump's girl we need to know that's why you in this house okay knock as you want apprentice over ten years ago we want to know about your old boss from two weeks ago that i don't think you could have even done the first task because you had a needed yereven spray and then like i am opting out with no there is some parts of the task i could have done the hang on the the academy award joe fear emir and ever they i you would have gone through the halls inc wouldn't have dropped i get definitely would already got in chuck widow of the ufc spiders face and bill nye yo chuck you think you're tough guy not in this big brother house and he probably would have knocked me out and then he would have been eliminated so at about one person down that quick yeah they you attack ladele fan i love jessica alba in the house they're all my enemies you'd win henny thanks so there is our big brother i plan to talk be rather every week catch you up because you nama big brother junky and we all live and had it nest cvb celebrity they brother in the uk that's like our favorite show obviously because we've done it twice brand he had a couple of moments shoes interrupting this the the big time rush singer real talk though all due respect to the big time rush singer how are they casting him an opera daddy like camano i guess he's better looking or whatever allegedly no he's iin that's just what my haters would say now i don't even think you're haters and say that you didn't even see a music elegant guy his you know he's supposed to be the throb at the soil is thinking that one a fly a whole not marking the drought i've ever have not got uh better legume in yuval odds claimed that uh you know they have an actual like the hearthrob character and is not martin graphitti assets who had thank you that you can.

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"jessica i" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jessica i" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Jessica i mean enter starts are going against did see what like you're going against the traditional values they're going against hey you know could they're going against the christian values they're going against the cultural values they're going against the national values they're going against them yeah and it's i wonder how much of it is uh you know like the two soldiers in that even the people in the nazi party i wonder how much of it is a denial you know where it's like you're signed on to like some leader during the during the time being yeah or use ain't right now how much of this denial no no no no known during during his as you you know know i remember rape of nanking you remember that yours one of the devices guys when the guys who made the biggest sacrifice was this was a straight up actual nazi any made massive sacrificing took you'd risk to save as many people as he could by the way not white people not arriens but chinese so so there's a guy that you know was more related to the traditional christian intellectual uh values right and yet tokay the the people that are in charge of the country's nazi so i guess that makes me a nazi and here we go and so and these guys war situation because there are soldiers foods and other fighting for that evil force and like you said there's some denial you also get caught up in clearly the germans got caught up in the nationalism they got caught up hitler was a great reader and a very moving speaker net got caught up in that and they word in a very depressed economy so those things all kinda came to add they'd been in their mind screwed over in world war one and.

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