17 Burst results for "Jim Knight"

"jim knight" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Daily Pop

"That never seen was like who is this person and she gets close on like. It's making me like what are we doing. And the whole time looking at robert reich. Which are we here right now is this really is this really happening. Fills read us all four. Feel completely an entirely. Everybody's over there snatched off. Yeah you on the fact that she still little. I know what it widens long. She's a sad she is so we have the saj connection goal. I love sad. Like i was like where you are for me and we were like making i gemini. We're opposite signed. Yeah yeah yeah. I'm jim knight mood. My god and let them get their strategies zone on and let you guys know that the real housewives of nikki manashe last told me air sunday on bravo now. Everyone get out your notepad. Because emily bonn is revealing the one that leads to her engagement. Listen to what she told. I don't know who she told this to this too. Oh some pies says that. She did to long refused. Made some new. He would love roast chicken. Who doesn't love roast chicken and rice chicken. I love is. I know gardens roast chicken. It's called at her engagement chicken. Because i think when people make it for people they get engaged armacost divine. It's really sticky and yummy and then they fell in love. I'd say that's it so it took by the way. I've been serving this wop for years now trying to get a ring. That ain't it and you try to tell me some dry solution. It's dry it's sticky. As she said the new who also this was like meghan markle said this year and a half ago had roasted like them heard the chickens. Yeah like i don't know about that. It's not the chicken though enough. The chicken husband is a chef and he put it down with some scallops and mushroom risotto. I gave him my panties. Yes you realize they were like these big like luscious scowl. I say you know..

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"jim knight" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

"A breeze like no. It's weird dead of summer. No air conditioning. You can stand on stage. At a witness greets vicky was talking about a ghostly breeze as well. That's just crazy. Yeah it's is but that's the cool part is that we had vicki first. And then you're just here. Basically confirmed ailing us this yes confirming everything. And that's so strange that everyone pretty much has the same things happen to them. And you don't even know. Start when i was a kid in shows they're like i'm little little and then in dance there so like that was around. The same time vicky was in school right and so then. Kim isn't there during those times but viki and i are and then there's a segue for moyer viki and i go to community theater. And we're in the jim knight twin like and they're experiencing the same things but like i never really. I had stuff left and right at dorothy summers. But i didn't spend any more time in there after junior once. I was in community. You know once we started act to at jiminy twin. We were in there anymore and so and then it moves to vicky being with kim because they both i believe worked on the one with dr xiao horn. it's so crazy. Yeah it's like a five degrees of kevin bacon except as the free goes. Dorothy summers theatre. Maybe it's just the ghost of east central university. It might be. Yeah because i mean there is supposedly an elephant buried somewhere on. What have you ever heard this story. Yeah so so. There's a story. There's like an i don't know like like i want to say i really do wanna say that somewhere in the university like the story is addressed officially but the urban legend is rather that Crazy like hundred years ago and it was one hundred years ago like whenever i was in college. one hundred twenty years ago A circus teams and While the circus was here like one of the elephants died in supposedly the elephant is buried. I've heard in different parts of campus. Most common variation is under the fifty yard line. Like but why so full of shit. Who even makes up. How much bill is where you wanted to come up with that. No i mean. Stranger things have happened. Eyo we're sitting here talking about ghosts and entities and all these stories and experiences we share and i'm like no a fucking elephant didn't die there. Listen i believe what i believe. I don't believe that anybody did you. Kim did you have anyone else that had like some really significant stories. Tell you anything that happened to them. sam talked a little bit about like being touched his face being touched. Yeah data rest or he would be the he would be like. Oh i want to say. He's he's like his face in his hair. Just like his hidden. General like not necessarily like charest but li- win windblown or lake lake boot. Less caressing in you know you got looped by boo exactly And i mean the whole building is neatly creepy in proc. Storage in long-term costumes orage are to play are probably the two places. Spent the most time in the dark in that theater japan because the light switches are so fucking hard to find and after twelve years. You would think that i'd be able to do it like line let alone you know just in the dark. I always forget where they are but no. It's it's easy to. It's okay so these places are some of those where you're trying to like get across the room in. It's completely dark and you're slowly making your way in you. Keep hitting everything in everything you're thinking. Oh my god and heavenly. I assist room so packed with joan. I ever going like yeah. It's like vicky had mentioned that. An jim nine twins like overall eidinger upstairs. And i'm like why would you do with. Oh my god. It's only upstairs not only upstairs. But the only way to get up there is a this tiny tiny little circular ricky fucking talk. I said the same thing i said. It's like you're in a well. It's like someone put a staircase in a fucking will to go up the frigging stairs and turn off the lights and then go back down the stairs in the door. No that what. The thing stays lit up the little collins as little. So there's there's a light switch at the top and the bottom usually left. i don't anyways don't fucking away. Most theaters most theaters leave. Ghost light on on stage to and if they don't they should because that's just general safety thing. Yeah i mean. There's there's a reason why they leave the lights on. I'm tom bowed will lead like on You've reached the end of our episode. Thanks for giving us your time to tell you about this true crime. Join us next time for a whole new case on the sirens podcast. Do you have an altro. that's out tro is matt..

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"jim knight" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"This is an amendment to the tax code. But it's really a new criminal prohibition on transfers and it's been overlooked. Hello that from las vegas. How are you doing your while. Welcome to the. What the puck off by jim knight the only place i'm using by bitcoin. I'm has pizza mccormack. And today i'm going to interview with abe sutherland and craig zealots to discuss a provision with the infrastructure bill which has been overlooked. Now this is a short interview was recorded last minute and i want people to focus on the content. So i'm going to be skipping sponsor as today will give a quick shout out to germinate block fight. Ledger compass sports bet extras and for their continued support of the show. Just as quick intro. I met abe and greg last week. Austin unchained capital. They were hosting event and their two lawyers have been spending a lot of time looking at the trillion dollar infrastructure bill and trying to figure out all the ramifications that may have for bitcoin and also crypto. They are now. This was all huge news. Back in august when it was going through the senate twitter was going absolutely crazy at the time and no one really knew what the implications would-be because of the board language used in the bill and at the time the vast majority of the tension it was getting was around the definition of a broker so when i bumped into abe he was telling me that while this section is certainly important. There's another section of the bill that could have far more profound effects. This was something not really heard anyone talk about so last minute. I got them together. Got my camera going in. And we recorded a show where they explained what the issues were and what their concerns were was social notice. I didn't have any time to pass. I basically just a and greg to talk through and explain this. Yes this is a really important show and something. We have to follow more closely. If you want to follow abe. Greg on twitter goes to the show notes. You can also access as article there and if you wanna get in touch with you jump into my telegram group we hit me up on my email which is hello or what. Bitcoin did dot com..

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"jim knight" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"We grow through finding understanding through detached analysis and intellectual pursuits. Was that need catched analysis. And you're in your head a lot. Yes that's true. I think that you analyze things in a detached way so you stand back you observed in your head you're making analysis something And you're definitely pursuing something that's coming out of your head from the intellect i would say you're definitely more in your body. I'm definitely more in my head. But i also feel like it's a generalization but it's also a gender thing don't you think men in generally Or more in their heads and women are more in their bodies. Yeah i mean. I think it just has to do with socialization. I don't think it's a gender thing. I think it's how we socialize the genders so we socialize women to be more feeling based and we socialized to be more thinking based you grow in dream in different ways and you may find. You have to do some work to understand each other. That's really bay today. Yeah but i mean that could be applied to any relationship to be honest okay. The final card is saturn She is a scorpio. And i am a gemini. So the other social planet saturn rules responsibility restrictions limits boundaries fears and self discipline. Her saturn is in scorpio meeting She struggles with passion intensity malicious intentions malicious malicious intentions. You know i went to grad school obsessive thinking and suspicious suspicious person how can generally but no not at all my saturn is jim knight meaning. I struggle with a lack of focus which is true. Just listen to any of my videos or podcasts restless energy getting bored easily sounds about right i gotta say i gotta say though in the last five years boredom has not been in my vocabulary. I don't get bored anymore. I used to all the and then. I i I am a lot more. mindful of. I'm a lot more. Have the ability to seek nectar in moments now and that has made me not experienced boredom as much so i think with age and growth comes a deeper understanding of yourself the negative qualities that can be represented by these archetypal forces whereas when you're young it's more about the tail wagging the dog right so they have more control over you and so yes. I don't think you struggle with boredom as much but i still see the restless energy and the lack of focus. i see you dipping into it but i see that you now have a deeper understanding and more control of it. The same with mine. What would it says about me and scorpio. So this when i read this you might read this and say this isn't new at all but when i read this i say this is me and my twenties hands down to change your rate so this idea of intensity malicious intentions obsessive thinking suspicious. I could totally you'll this in my life teen twenty s. But maybe not so much now so you used to go through. Your boyfriend's phones just died anymore now. I've never done that. I have a very very strict rules about reading. People's phones or personal property used to stock your access.

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"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Used in the computer industry at large in the coming years when you get down to it. Simulation is a really powerful way to approach software and hardware development until you simulators. Paulie were developing new microprocessors in the seventies and eighties. This allowed researchers at intel to try out new process ideas without having to cast. Anything in silicon. Perhaps more famously. Microsoft was founded on the use of a simulator in the mid seventies. paul allen wrote and eighty eighty simulator. That was the news by he and gates to develop their own version of basic and the rest is history. This is an especially savvy approach for the jim knight project. It meant that. ibm could much more. Rapidly develop new programs for the machine. It also helped deal with possible. Scarcity issues recall that there are just over. A dozen of these computers ever built but perhaps a few hundred ivy employees on the project simulation. The programmers didn't have to wait in line for germany guidance. Computer to be free at least not in most cases leaving the purely virtual realm we enter into test hardware internally. This was called the aerospace ground equipment or ag e. The onboard computer was. Tricked out with some beefy ports for connecting up to a gemini capsule systems. As near as i can tell the aga took advantage of those connections. The computer would think that it was plugged into a spaceship was actually just sitting on a table at some. Ibm office once fully simulated tests. Were done a program could be loaded into a real gemini computer for another phase of testing. They aga was also used for diagnostics. And this is another interesting design choice. On the part of ibm the computer could actually tell if it was connected to an. At poll specific. I o device from what i've read. It sounds like this was used primarily for sending diagnostic commands. You'd load up a program that pulled from the ag e for instructions and then tried to execute them that way. You could test for any issues in the computer. Then we'd get to integration testing. This part bleeds over from. Ibm into the larger project. According to nasa's official history this type of testing was carried out in the configuration control tests system laboratory which contained a jiminy computer in crew interfaces the mission verification simulation ensured that the guidance system worked with the operational mission program further tests of the software. We're done at mcdonnell. Douglas and at the pad nasa and ibm emphasized program verification because there is no backup computer or backup software in quote the c..

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"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Assume that somewhere. In some memo in ibm's archives which may or may not still exist. There'll be an explanation of why thirty nine was chosen for a specific accuracy goal. But unless someone breaks into ibm or mcdonnell. I don't see us finding a satisfying answer. That's the short run down of the computer itself. So what did the guidance computer actually do during a flight in practice the on board computer was part of a much larger system of redundant machines control played a huge role in the mercury program and kept up. Importance turn gemini in general everything. The onboard computer calculated was also being crunched on the ground at the same time if the onboard computer had an error than the correct numbers could be relaid from the primary ground control machine if the primary ground control machine ran into an issue than the correct numbers could be sent up from the backup ground machine that puts us in canada an awkward position the onboard computer tan do everything needed for a successful gemini mission for some tasks it was the primary system while other calculations that the guidance computer ran were used as backup for ground data. Basically everything is doubled in. Triple down for safety here. The other offered factor is the gemini. Onboard computer wasn't really flash. At least not in the cockpit we're dealing with a highly specialized machine has to operate in really unusual and really confined conditions inside. Jim knight capsule astronauts controlled onboard computer via the manual data insertion unit or the md. I you that was the only direct access to the machine they got. This is pretty close to the most barebones computer interface possible. The md iu consisted of an america key pab pad a seven digit display for showing memory addresses and their values and a few extra buttons for entering reading and clearing data. That was the most direct window into the computer from the md. You an astronaut could read outputs from a program and if something went wrong. Maybe try to diagnosis estimators. While not technically part of the md. Iu there was also a program selector. Dial in a stop execute reset switch. Now i really liked the idea of a program selects dial here. The system was technically speaking a general purpose computer. You could run any program on it just fine but in practice there. Were only a handful of programs. The computer would ever need to run. As near as i can tell the program selector switch just told the computer where to jump to start a specific routine. Then the md you proper could be used to input any needed parameters and get any direct outputs but the onboard computer wasn't just some isolated calculator. It was integrated deeply into the gemini. Capsule itself the empty. I was the only part of the control panel dedicated wholly and fully to the computer. There were other inputs outputs scattered throughout the capsule both inside and outside nasa furnished. Full block diagrams. That show how everything in the capsule was connected up and it really is a web of wires on the input side. The onboard computer was receiving data for a reference timer inertial sensors ground uplink radar and onboard horizon.

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"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"They can simplify your general circuit design. You have a whole circuit on a wafer instead of on. Your pc be ibm team. Working on geminis computer didn't get any of those nice advantages. They were just a few years too early that said. Ibm did take some measures to make their machine as compact as possible and the sadly biscuits into one of those frustrating sourcing issues again. There are a few preserved gemini guidance computers floating around in museums and archives. There are a lot of pictures of those fully assembled machines. But i have yet to be able to find any photos of the disassembled computer and i get it. These are museum pieces prior to that they were government machinery that was part of a somewhat secretive space program. It's not really the kind of thing i imagine. Curator's or eager to rip apart. But this means that we don't get a good look at the machines innards so this next part is slightly speculative anyway. The parts of the guidance computer circuit that we can actually see are dominated by these big white rectangles on the riverside. You can see a neat double row of solder. Blobs as near as i guess. These are packs of transistors. Something like a handful of discrete components sealed up in a module now deeper into speculation here. But i'd wager. ibm was doing this. One just to cranberries closer together to to make it easier to replace components and three maybe to give some extra radiation protection to semiconductor components. We can see a very roughly similar thing going on with apollo guidance computer which used cram packed and sealed modules to protect some circuits. What i find interesting about the transistor packing is that. Ibm is basically trying to get some of the advantages of integrated circuit without actually being able to use integrated circuits think. That's a big strike against the gemini. Guidance computer as some missing link in the development of small systems wants icees started showing up in computers a few years later. There isn't any reason to tape above transistors together. At least in this way gymnast's computer is more of a product of its time than some evolutionary. Step it's an expression of how far discrete transistors could be pushed but that's all really specific processor and logic implementation stuff as i always argue the real core of a computer is it memory pro. Gamers spend the most time working with so it really defines the feel of system. What does germany's memory look like. Well i'd say it follows the same theme as its discrete transistor logic. It was cutting edge ish but soon to be upstaged by better technology. The jim knight computer had four kilobytes of magnetic core memory. Well it's very roughly four kilobytes..

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"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Extra fuel and rockets for dealing with more complicated maneuvers. Wants an orbit larger. Awesome it the crew could be expanded to two astronauts as the official history. Put this quote. An extra set of eyes and hands would be available. This helped mitigate the complexity of germany missions and it opened up more possibilities for experiments and just more work done in space but importantly it meant that there could be some specialization on a mission and that there could be more complicated controls inside the capsule to throw this all into another list. We have more complicated missions bigger spaceships more rockets and more is in hands. This would set the stage for the introduction of some new technology the first space bound computer. Now it's not entirely clear when nasa decided to arm gemini capsules with computers. It must have been pretty early in the project sometime. During the first few months of nine hundred sixty two perhaps there's a bit of a maze of contracting and subcontracting that was used to construct bachelor spacecraft. But we do know that on april nineteenth of nine hundred sixty two. Ibm was awarded a contract to build. Jimmy's onboard guidance systems. This also gets us to an issue. with sources. nasr's official history is something of a double edged sword. It compiles a lot of primary documents and a whole lot of interviews into a coherent and detail oriented story but a lot of those. Primary sources aren't readily accessible. This is especially true of interviews. I straight up. Haven't been able to find any transcripts to consult so we ended up having to look at some events through the lens of what nasr's history office thought was important. Some of the interviews are held in the national archives. But they're on fiscal tape and haven't been digitized yet. Plus adding the subcontracting arrangements and that makes tracking down memos reports pretty difficult. The gemini capsules were developed by mcdonnell who then subcontracted. Ibm to build the onboard computer. The result is that we don't have a lot of insight into the actual development cycle of the jim knight guidance computer. We do have plenty of information about the final machine and we do have a little bit of stuff about development but we don't have a lot of answers to why questions with that aside. Let's get back to the machine in addition to all the requirements. We've hit on and all the tasks that this computer needed to handle. Ibm was under. Some strict engineering requirements on spaceflights size and weight are at a premium. You couldn't just put a mainframe in a space capsule this would be a really rugged computer in general i'd say a spaceship is probably up there. For the worst places a computer could be there in new and exciting types of radiation in space that we just aren't exposed to on the surface there isn't any gravity so if you have a mechanical component that has to be built to account for that plus takeoff and reentry are very violent events with a lot of shaking and jolting. A delicate machine wouldn't survive in space. All things considered what ibm was able to hammer out is nothing short of breathtaking. The project started in nineteen sixty two with the first computers delivered by nine hundred sixty three. It weighed in at a diminutive fifty nine pounds. It has small size to match only fifteen by twelve by eighteen now. The guidance computer wasn't a perfect little rectangular box instead it was slanted in formed to fit in an extra storage bay inside the capsule. If it had been scrunched down than i bet it'd be closer to a flat foot cube. This is a truly tiny machine especially for the era in one thousand nine hundred sixty three. There just weren't small computers..

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"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"Fact is that orbital mechanics can get wickedly complicated. I'm not just talking an abstract here. I know this from personal experience back. When i was an undergrad i wrote a lot of software for simulating gravitational interactions. And let me tell you. It takes some pretty nasty math to get everything right. The big hurdle here is something called the in body problem. The equation for gravitational interaction between two bodies is well known. It's easy to calculate and it's easy to solve for needed parameters so for instance. Let's say you have to gemini capsules. In deep space you know their masses their locations and relative velocities. It's really simple almost trivial to figure out how to make those two capsules approach each other. You just need to pick a rendezvous point. Find the change in velocity needed and then figure out how to fire your thrusters at every step. You have a nice equation you can solve. You have what's known as an analytical solution. That's just a fancy way to say you can make an exact solution without needing to plug in numbers or make approximations. Once you're up to three or more bodies just kinda get wrecked. That's the best way. I can think to describe it. Especially when you take into consideration the larger gravitational fields going on in orbit you have earth and the moon just to start with so you don't have a neat field of just two objects interacting for a rendezvous mission around earth. You definitely have. At least three bodies. You have to germany capsules. The earth itself and then the moon other nearby objects. It gets really sticky really quick gravitational attractions between capsules may be small. But it's still a factor that matters. When you're in this more complicated domain you can no longer solve for orbits analytically. You have to use numeric approximations. That makes the math. A lot more nasty. The only saving grace here is. The computers are good at numeric approximations but depending on the precision needed. It can take a whole lot of computing power but even just outside the in body issues. The maneuvers needed for rendezvous. Are just more complicated than anything. They've ever been done during mercury first off. You need to be able to find the target that requires something like radar or radio range findings since from far enough away a capsule will just look like a star on the horizon. You also have to match orbits in practice. That means you need to be able to match speed. Since stable orbits require specific velocities to be maintained. Add into that the ability to catch up to another capsule basically to boost your speed for long enough to approach the target. Once you get close enough to have fine controls to line everything up. We're getting a pretty big checklist of things that need to be calculated from this list. It should be pretty obvious that the old mercury capsules just couldn't cut it anymore. The logical solution was to just make everything bigger for the section. I'm pulling lava information from computers in spaceflight the nasa experience it's direct from nasa's history office so it's as good of a sources where can get it also gives a good summary of the changes made in the transition to jiminy quote at first glance the mercury and jim knight spacecraft or quite similar. They shared the bell shape and other characteristics partially because germany was designed as an enlarged mercury. And because the prime contractor was the same for both craft the obvious difference is the presence of second crew member an orbital maneuvering system attached to the rear of the main cabin in quote so very literally. Jim capsules were just bigger beasts. So-called orbital maneuvering system was basically just a jet pack strapped to the back of the capsule..

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"jim knight" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Yeah. I would think they'd have access to all these. I think. I think the key is that we're going to get all these what julie style said before. They fired him We're gonna get all these. Eventually i think is the word right. Yeah because you know. I mean i understand. It takes a certain amount of time to get all these two to clear to ec wsb case to wipe out the original music. But they don't have the rights for But yeah it's it's i know it's a it's a time consuming process. I get upset. When i their stuff that i know they have because it was on it was on when they did. W w twenty four seven and we haven't seen it yet. There's plenty of old stuff from plenty of old stuff from the garden in the spectrum from back in the day that were that are there that we're still waiting on and I think there's enough stuff that they can be uploading pretty much forever right. Well you know maybe maybe that's the strategy you know maybe time it out I know with ring of honor's ringside membership. We do have quite a bit We have all the shows and then We kind of stagger out some of the other older things just re added o. H. goes ultraviolet which is pretty cool. You become a ringside member and get discount on that So we we kinda stagger things in a way that you can't see everything at once but You know. I'm wondering if that's the same thing. Maybe so they don't burn out there viewers. Because if i took a week off from work i would probably just sit home and watch you know i only watch the network and watch the ringside membership stuff and just veg out. So i could blue rally hundred hours of this stuff and no problem. I'm married. I can't do that anymore but i i get the i understand. I understand completely all right. Five one five six five nine three four five we also Let's see we also didn't really get the get to talk much about be shows now east w they would do shows and they would. They would sort of stagger who got left off the The house shows so you'd get to see you know maybe so maybe two or three of the would you consider the top guys wouldn't make it and i mean that and the fact that they weren't running seven days a week is how they managed to keep the tally somewhat fresh. Because that's a that was a very High impact style there Do remember but any Do any wwf. Wcw shows where you got to see you know not necessarily hulk hogan stand up i. Yeah so the the big one that comes to mind I went to. Alan allentown fairgrounds in nineteen ninety. One and this was after they had stopped taping. Tv there This this was the very famous ag hall though and they actually did a did an outdoor show at the fairgrounds and it was It was big boss man and The mountie steel cage and all right. That was actually an awesome really match. But i remember. I was really confused and disappointed. Because i have the results up and i remember there being so many switches and things like that. So they had announced cocoa. Beware versus paul roma and paul roma this september. And so paul. Roma had just left so it became koby. Wherever's is the brooklyn brawler and then it was supposed to be. Irs versus jim knight heart They did a thing where jim knight heart had then figuring ford to death by ric flair on tv So incontinence continuity about continuity yeah irs versus tony atlas. Who had been gone for a good nine months by that point And then i got to see the rare combination of the new rockers. Mardi janetti jim powers Shane douglas had been filling in. But we got jim powers Versus pat tanaka and colonel mustafa and then we also all right. Yeah we're supposed to. Jim duggan vs sid justice. I remember being pumped about sid But he got switched out four typhoons and so we a we got a very interesting card That was my first ever. wwf show. Yeah some of the other big cards. I i'd seen In two thousand one. I went to see a wwf. Show at state where arena or at. We've two thousand two rather and there was a fella named ross mcculloch and is the first and only time i'd seen him. He was a seven footer face. Tommy dreamer i think he'd beat tommy dreamer and i'm just a very cool presence. You know. legit seven foot guy But i be just kind of came and went so be shows. Were kinda neat. Because you know the wrestling nerd. I kind of go through results and you'll see russ mcculloch kind of pop up and you know here today. Gone tomorrow Kind of thing and you kind of wonder you know why you know why they were there while they weren't you know in the eighties. Brickhouse brown was a guy that seemed to pop up on. Wwf shows all the time But he was always kind of a mainstay somewhere else so. It's always interesting to see things like that. I'm looking through Looking through the first show. I remember capital center landover maryland july twenty seventh nineteen ninety Quite the the main event Hacksaw jim duggan and tugboat defeated earthquake and dino bravo that. Because you know duggan and tugboat we're trying to the injury to coke and you'll recall that one. Yes the match. That i remember enjoying a lot was Demolition beating the hart foundation long match the ability at ringside for smash crush that end the big boston and db aussie. That's that's good now. The rest of the show The african dream akeem defeating pez wildly. Yeah Paul paul roma feeding paul. Diamond nothing roads a rare appearance for him. this is before he actually debuted on wwf tv defeated playboy buddy rose and the warlord overstaying houston..

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"jim knight" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on TechStuff

"Leonov took the first spacewalk in nineteen sixty five and in the process. The russians learned a lot about the limitations of their spaces. In general the american approach put more emphasis on comfort and usability than the russians did but the same time the russians managed to get to those things. I and the americans didn't so back to america starting in nineteen sixty two. So before we had leonov spacewalk there was the launch of project. Jim and i or jimmy depending upon preferred pronunciation. I prefer jimmy add. Jimmy is pretty common when you listen to interviews at the time. This was the first to astronaut capsule that the americans used and there were a couple of different space suits that were used in this project one of which was designed for extravehicular activities or spacewalks. That was called the g. Foresee but first. Let's start with the g. One see so. Nasa had to choose which spacesuit designed to go with for their gemini project and since one of the goals for that project was to have an astronaut perform a spacewalk. This was a complex issue. Astronauts gus grissom tested out a suit designed by the david clark company later designated as the g. See suit and it had two layers at an internal layer made out of rubber neoprene and it had pressure bladder inside it for the the g suit protection and then the outer layer was. Illumine is d- Similar to the kind of material that the project mercury space suits used. The outer layer was meant to resist the ballooning effect as well. There was the suit by the way actually went to auction sotheby's at an auction on it and it went for nearly forty four thousand dollars the dave clark company then made a follow up suit called the g. to see this would actually serve as the prototype for the gym ni- spacesuit designs. None of them were flown. These were not spaces that actually went to space. So there are more like a proof of concept and the company had to make additional changes to address some issues and concerns with the suit Like for example there was a visor guard on the helmet that made the helmet a bit bulkier and that in turn would make it harder for astronauts to move through a spacecraft hatch so that was one of the things they had to address the first suit to actually see us in project. Jim knight was the g. three c. And the g three c had six layers. The innermost layer was the rubberized. Nylon bladder to help provide.

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"jim knight" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"You again. Essentially you know i. It was a couple of months ago. But i i was with somebody else. That's a big had cheated on me. It was the one time. And i was just i was just. I got to pretend to to do it again. And he joking right now. I'm gonna be sick right now. This is discussed. I can't believe you did this. We are in a relationship. You cheated on me. Yeah i just. I thought like i could just kind of black out and just pretend for happen and go on and the fact is is that the guilt was just kind of getting to me and the temptation to do it again. It was getting to me. And i just couldn't stop thinking about you know what i did and the fact that i couldn't just soup it under the rug and put it away and you know i'd have thing would be to be out of it rather than just constantly thinking about that and whether i would do it again. Okay so you broke up with him. You broke up with him a couple of days ago. Have you been with the guy that you cheat on within. She broke up with him. So you got out of your system. No okay okay and the guy that you cheat on with. Is someone that tom's nose. Yeah yeah okay. We'll just leave it at that. Thomas you've gotta figure it out. You know. More like stop praying. You're just gonna get more and more information to help you like. Let go for sure for sure. I decided that if you didn't now in the first place. Like i'm gonna find out like i am going to have to find out who says i don't know when i'm gonna find out i'm gonna find out who this is. I need to know what happened. I need to know like who this person was. I cannot believe you did that. Like i did not expect this to happen on the phone. If you just let us you know anything peacefully and you know just be blissfully ignorant and not had tried to get all this information out of me know how gonna deal with us like. I don't know what to do but you can call us back in next wednesday. We can do what you want to know wednesday. Try to find out who it is. Do we want to put him through that do you you anyway. That's humpty dumpty wanna mold to you knew there was something. I guess you smart thomas thomas takes going on there with us whitney. Thank you for going on there with us. Thank you guys. Aren't they dumped. They john hall. John jane rich. Let's get to some horoscopes. What survived now. This is a little different. This is what it if you were born on a cusp and that's sector where you're in between horoscope signs and according to this you can get traits from the to signs that you're in between and this could be the reason why your sign is always accurate so it's good to know of. You're on the cusp of two signs. Okay let's go to sinead mornings. What exactly is your birthday. May twenty nine may twenty. Nine th okay. So you're not necessarily unaccustomed You're kind of like in the beginning of gemini season. So we're gonna do the tourists and jim knight cussed because that's the one you're closest to so that's if you're born between may seventeenth and a may twenty third and this is considered like the cusp of energy. You have the charm of a gemini and the power of a taurus You fitting with friends and you know how to get work. Done your emotionally. Never get in the way of your work because you know that you're gonna have fun once you're done with everything. Ain't nobody getting my money. Y'all know that ain't that right. That's how we roll. I like that. Yeah and that's probably one of the reasons why you get along with november so well because maybe you're closer to the tourist side then you are to the cancer side. Yeah exactly and november. She's not calling in today because her five year old starts.

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"jim knight" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT

Going Deep with Chad and JT

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT

"Excuse me boys boys boys. I'm going to be a cool de coming out with the backwards. Had on hell. What's up mr plow gopher the no look high five and then just be lying it out. That's like when you drop them off at the at the picture party all right how good day make sure you boy phyllis cooler to do. Here's the daughter fucking boy did you. How did you go to becca. Did you boyne kim's you did. Oh honey get your mother downs melanie. They boring tyler boyd. Little heather last night. Where's tyler get him in here. We're talking always a soccer tournament. Oh okay well. We'll catch up with him later. Drive over there. Let's go watching play. Oh hey mr par. How do you know tyler. Oh boy my daughter. Yeah he's the striker could have guessed that as a clinical finisher. When it's a pressure moment he scores the goal. That guy blanked my daughter. People do for real when we went to the ohio. State game in two thousand seven or something like that and it was mark sanchez. It was like two thousand nine mark sanchez. Terrell pryor has davis uc Usc one and we went to chapel after mark. Sanchez and dads would walk up. Mark such a pleasure to meet you and others daughter erica. Come over here and say how to mark what is going on here with you as weird marketability. Hey so brutal to go pretty knew how to be famous. A celebrity hurry slept with all of his offensive lineman's girlfriend. You told me that what. Yeah a power to thing. And then i heard one of them decked good yeah i'd be letting dudes through all the time right. You're supposed to take care of your playoff. Yes tom brady. You're doing a little ray from. Remember the titans but for different motivations not. Because you're racist. We know you're not racist racist. That's true now now. I can't even joke about it because you are such a good guy. I'm just like now. It's funny you wouldn't even make a weird come noise She would you one more question. Push push chat out there. He's just going to be lost for another week chat. What's your what's your beef might be for. The week is Now god do this guy do it. Cyclists to is cyclists gluco dudes if way too way too much moxie. I think i'm using that word correctly. I mean way too much confidence. You're not in a motor vehicle. You're on a bike. Get out of the road. Get out of the road especially on like the pch. When you're in the highway and stuff you're just like dude you know and it's like who like why do you have to bike on the pch. What is going on. And it's like you know how i don't know man. It's so it's so frustrating because you'll be going and you get behind some cyclists and use like it. It's so ridiculous you know. Go find a trail go. The la river go by the river You know what i mean. Go on get on a concrete trail and bike that. Don't get in the middle of the road hold up traffic. Go get a peleton. Yes we listened to. Dj music inside. Yeah frigging great time. Yeah it's like you know. Get out of the rut. I i don't know. Yeah i had to set you know. I'm sure we have some cyclists listening but you know what did the time has come and i have to lay down the hammer on you. Get out of the road. Also do you have your back. We're in la did yes the fucking car culture city. You ride a bike and this city. You're not asking yourself if i get her. It's when you get hurt exactly. And it's like she potholes to a huge potholes and it's like you know you hold up traffic and like a small town. It's like a minor inconvenience you hold up traffic in. La we only get brief moments right without. Travelling does small men in every respect in our careers. Your lives in the small window. Yeah it's like dudes road and dude. A friend's dad ross's dad finley robbie's dad finley warrior. Great man one time. We were chilling over there. And he was in full. Biking regalia reflective shirt the short shorts just head to toe decked out and then he just got on his little indoor bike lost brother and i were like biking up the beach. Not i'm going into the gym. What's his excellent non going into scottish squash. Gm odds yeah. Lots monitor the jim knight fucking idiot and got in the gym thing is he's the toughest he could kill us. All titusville held as he made us something else. Yeah good guy here aaron beef cher- to be i'd be for the week is with the saint. Louis cardinals team. I loved them death but they fuck and suck right now. Lost two games to detroit this week. Three or four to pittsburgh two of the worst. Not only teams. I'll say it franchises in history. Awful it's great for years. Wow and where yeah. We've nolan fucking or an errand auto. We've tyler o.'neil hitting bombs goldschmidt fighting bombs again. Cantu shit right now. Can't put it together. What is it pitching. it's a little of both. I'm inner pitching's not holding anybody down but are hitting not make either so it's really real stride. Hopefully they get his your week. My bid for the week njit. I don't know what your beef is but it could be the same way is it. She was sitting on three or do you want it. let's try. Let's get sick because we had a recent similar experience. And i think we're both talk aaron grievances after it. Yeah let's see. Let's see one two three noise thanking okay so both at stadiums seems to a game together. I'm saying i came to..

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"jim knight" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"He's done it all man he's been on the moon you. He's kind of untouchable he can. He could get away with a lot of stuff now. He could put out a bad new age e spiritual album and people would still say you know what it's not my favorite music but he has been on the moon. We talk about the fact that he pioneered a ton of the training techniques used to train astronauts like you always see them training for zero gravity work in these giant pools idea. His idea he yeah. He did the underwater training techniques He also performed the world's first successful spacewalk. Which if you notice. There's a weird caveat in there world's first successful spacewalk This was on the jim knight. Twelve orbital mission in nineteen sixty six. He set a new. Va extravehicular activity record of five and a half hours and also. He took the first selfie in space. Yeah he did. I love this guy just thinking about that. I really liked this dude. He i wish she was like my grandpa. Oh man grandpa buzz. Let me sit on his knee. Tell me tales of space exploration adventure Teach you teach you. The complex science of trajectories in zero gravity explained the calculus of space docking. I would probably be a lot smarter if buzz alternate in my grandpa i. Would you know even beyond a familial relationship. I want to just have him in crew. Would i take group. Pictures could be like. Oh there's there's there's the gang of who's that oh that's dr rendezvous. Yeah and he's just in the back he's not even paying attention and he's got aviators on. He's running the numbers man. Yeah he's running the numbers. He can perfectly through things into trash cans in an office from across all anyway. That's that's all Awesome em- pales in comparison to the stuff that he did especially on july twentieth. Nineteen sixty nine. That's the big one. That's when he. Neil armstrong made their historic apollo eleven moonwalk..

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"jim knight" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"Is so good fireworks. Come down like that was so good. And even the run that he had later when he got out tna and came back and he like had that week is champion and people just like when they built that appreciation towards christian. I just think that the stuff that they did solo. I didn't outweighs the tag team stuff. And for that reason you know we top ten. Maybe okay like all right. I yeah i would keep them top ten but i do agree with you sam that they're look but you can make the same arguments for matt and jeff. I think the stuff that matt and jeff did so low overshadowed a lot of the hardy boy stuff especially jeff's run when he was wwe champion but if you go back to edge and christian you know they were part of a lot of entertaining moments but again the kind of like what i said with the dudley boyz you know and obviously with your perspective as well which i totally agree on terms of their singles career. I think a lot of people. They hold the three of those tag teams in such high regard because of how memorable and how innovative select matches. They were of how how highly held. They are in wrestling vans hearts and minds and i. It's hard to not let that overshadow their overall contribution to tag team wrestling. You know a outside of just those matches you know. So i would agree. I wouldn't necessarily put these guys in a top in in the top. Five top ten. You could definitely make that argument. I would But top five. Yeah especially with especially with those three teams manage. Just it's very very hard for me to kinda to agree with that standing. I think it's more so if you were putting you know the impact of a match on tag team wrestling the tlc matchup wrestlemainia. That's probably number one right right right. Seventeen rate in houston a. Yeah or was that. Clc too. i can't really so yeah. I think i think the ladder match. Did they do wrestlemainia. They did something wrestlemainia. Two thousand right which was wrestlemainia. Sixteen in anaheim may have been made steel. One semi caller. I'm going to go to the google machine. Yeah yeah because now. I'm i think. Tlc one was wrestlemainia. Two thousand unless that was just a ladder match wrestlemainia. That was a letterman ladder match. Okay all right. Yeah and then. Maybe i think they did a tlc match at wrestlemainia. Seventeen and at summer slam. That was tlc one and two. I feel like tlc too was at summer slam or am i wrong. Tlc was that was at wrestlemainia. Seventeen right okay. Yes yes yeah and you know and they deserve and you think about two to me. The the match that really revolutionized tag team ladder matches like the match. The to me. I remember watching and going having my little mind blown at what i could see in these latter matches was actually the i think it was the no mercy man. No mercy yeah. It was the finals of the not. The terri invitational tournament. Yes edge and christian versus the hardee's ladder match. I had never seen anything like that. And that's the match those teams would. They were not main event level and they got a standing ovation the next night on raw when they came out and shook hands. You remember that. Put them on the map absolutely on the map. Absolutely you wanna you wanna get controversial. Yes okay the hart foundation. No place on the top five heart foundation does not look anybody to watch that. Bret hart andy documentary. They all know. I love the hitman. I'll we the hitman story with the best of i think bret hart is. Is you know top. Five greatest literally top five greatest wrestlers of all time. The hit man's on the list. Okay but i'm gonna go. Back was the hart foundation one of the top five greatest tag teams in. Wwe history or was it a launching pad for bret. Hart thing a little bit of a little bit of be okay. I think inadvertently. It became breads launching pet writing because when they brought when they brought the stampede guys over when they brought brett jim Dynamite kid davey boy over outside of dedi buoyant dynamite being together. They didn't have any plans for those two to be together. They can't have put them together. Because you know. Brett wasn't really too into the idea. Being cowboy bret hart and jim knight hurt was just a big do that. They really had nothing for you. Brought these guys together. You give them jimmy hart and hart foundation is born but you know again these. The hart foundation contributed a lot to tag team wrestling. I don't know to me that they are top. Five i personally would have put the rockers in the top five over the heartfelt in joe see. that's a big statement. Because i tell you this. The rockers number fourteen not even top ten which. I think that that's disrespectful. At spreads wrong because the rockers were actually innovative you know what i mean in terms of what they were doing what they brought to tag team wrestling. You know from what they were doing in the awa with they were feuding with. Doug somers and buddy rose all the way to get into the wwf of what they were looking to the teams that they were working with. I me look there first. Wrestlemania appearance of wrestlemainia five. They're working the twin towers right. What i mean you got a recipe. Six they had a with the orient express. That i get that right. I think that's right. I think that's right right wrestlemania seven. You know like they had they had these great tag team matches With they could work with everybody. The rockers man. You could put them the power of pain and demolition. They'd have a believable match. You know they were tag team. Champions for a second until the power of post production said never happened until the mike man surrey of his day came in and said you actually were never tag team champions if you know if you think about. They were innovators that style and high flying insane tandem offense at the rockers. Brought who else was really doing this. You know things like that at the time stamps. If you think back to we were growing up you know before the rocker she had guys like the killer. Bees you know. The the bulldogs with routes obtained offense but nothing with the with the finesse and skill that the rockers were kind of throwing out there and i think them not being in the top. Ten is disrespectful and in terms of their impact. Not just on the wwf. I think in tag team or wwe. Excuse me tag team wrestling in general you can't you can't ignore that you can't ignore that what they innovated had such an impact on the teams to come the future like the hardee's the young bucks You know guys of that ilk who weren't the biggest but man could they move and do some cool shit. I mean this sort of tandem offense you can see it. In the new day especially when you get like kofi and executor together you can see a rockers influence there. I mean theoretically you could kind of. You could argue though that. If you had kofi and biggie together you would see a heart foundation influence because the hart foundation had that sort of this is the guy this is the technical guy thing and yeah and no disrespect either the foundation. Because you know people talk about the summer slam run. The bret hart went on and that summer slam matches. Nobody's better brad. Hart in any one. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety four but i think ninety you can also mentioned that's the hart foundation and demolition two out of three falls. Yeah it's incredible. It's.

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"jim knight" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"The entire last episode. The all the entire top five list. Yes yes all the entire final five. I watched all of them and tell me why. Tell me your first instinct where this lands with you. Here are the top five greatest. Wwe tag teams of all time. According to peacock matt camp embry sango. It's yeah it's just. I know i mean. I'm sitting there watching him going like what. Keep me in. The warehouse have them host these specials all the time do something. They're the greatest. I'll tell you what. I i have the feeling that you have not seen the last of those two gentlemen in a major wrestling promotion somebody somebody else will will will capitalize. And then just have a hell of a run with those whether they be together or or solo act. Yeah a lot to offer but here are the five tag teams. Okay number. Five the dudley boyz number four edge and christian number three the hart foundation bret hart and jim knight heart number two. The hardy boys number one new day. It's it's an interesting group yes. Yes it's an interesting grouping. So i guess so. Five dudley's four edge christian three britain and the hart foundation. Yes to or matt jeff. Yes one or the new day. I mean as you think about this i can tell you i got major problems. Yes so. I guess. I can see what they tried to do. Obviously by grouping three most influential tag teams of the attitude era and beyond together right like basically in your top five. You've got you've got edge christian you've got the hardee's and you've got bubba ray diva bully ray diva. I can see what they did there. It's interesting because to me and again like my timelines might be a little fuzzy. Here were the dudley boyz around long enough in the wwe and together long enough. You know like. I feel like the matches they were part of a more impactful as opposed to the work. They did while they were there. And it's not insult above and diva love bug. Those guys. I think they're unbelievable. Talented but in terms of the overall impact and effect they had on. Wwf like the matches if they were part of if this makes sense were more front and center than their individual contribution. Are you just mad. Because what bubbas eddie kingston man wrestling twitter.

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"jim knight" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"jim knight" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"Needling. Start making nice though. I wanna give me self freedoms always you. It seems like that freedom is something. That's earned. Though i i could see how A new night maker will when you first start out or whenever anyone per starts. They probably weren't books right. They want that aren t they wanna see that there. I have at least fifty people in line. But but then you work through those. And eventually and i would imagine another pit ball of being new in. The game is not being able to ignore trends. I don't know how else to put it. But like you're either chason crans or you're making them you know In one way or another and everyone everyone needs to be making titanium framework flippers to be relevant. Sure it is. It really is as you know your team. My oats were half. Dirt lies on a poster. When are you gonna make before making polar polar ice. He will help Speed explains for or made. I was being facetious in that. I'm a. I'm a fixed blade collector. I love my point is in trends know you. If you only watch youtube videos you could be a knife maker and thinking. Geez I'm not gonna get any attraction unless do this. Exact thing with pairings every atoll with the dropshot gotta have bearings there. There are a lot of acres of all you can excel at the end of the day no matter how much it made me a passion project for you. You still wanna make buying something or tomorrow. So if kadian frameworks or the thing is all anybody for doing it is not a fun. Flipper we just on front flippers and mine distaste order however like front rivers is right now or a tran jumping articles because they know they made is going south and families. The you got bills to pay. If there's a hunger out for something you're adding quietly doing just made it maiden special worthy of doing or jordan sankar. Make it where there was a reason for you to everybody else you know. I'm a huge fan of readers. I'm a big fan of readers. Love herds solar. I decided to do that. On a couple of miles most notably the arrays. All at the anybody else's recurred. And that was important for me to do that. I bring you round no made it unique enough for you. See one of my hell. Raisers egos line. He's already else. There are a lot of evil at the were whistle. My god you can look at this inc believes just different. Is the jim knight. So you're gonna follow are were you a enjoyment be that makes it unique us in some small way. Maybe just the hardware that you're gonna or the agent of your inlands something to make you're Loss than it cedar everybody else's saw frame loss and stone wash finish reminding emerging air if you're making a production fine hundred but if your customer mid at worthing that customer is power and it it stands out when they take the saints. Mike archerd since it's free low friday. Here's my frame walks stands out in. Somebody makes coming as i did. There is network that one that one model they are. They know who made it. It was just different enough that it separate yourself from arrests in that what you always strive gopi. Go be harder. You're not you're not really going to revolutionize everything in this day and age. I remember with nick. Strider offer his nightmare on and he's like listening. I thought i thought i did something cool in the waiter. I opened up a book. And there's there's a roy l zero l ryan he's like nothing is truly new. Say he is reinvent. Your new old time. Okay so report. We wrap here. I wanna talk about trends. Just just a little bit more and i want to offer this to you jim the front flipper which i am not a huge fan of myself Though i could be convinced the front flipper is sort of the modern locking logical extension of the friction folder right. It's kind of like an updated friction. And i'm not saying i'm a christian colder fan but it has its place in history and i could see how the front flipper isn't completely name. Let's just put it that way. Irony older whether it be from flicking or flipper are not changing in old on it for ninety uses when i to hold a nice when this and do something goofy were. It's now sitting in an odd spark naive and then once it's open and then i wanted to in. No that's that's why proper focus and watch watch is the workers. Watch their venues the enzymes and they'll say walker because i'm from in front of the camera this near had i want make is to walk up to the end hold -sition went to don't change me rip currents or so when they buy it three and they go i don't wanna have i-i-in or slide release or safety or whatever and we modify those arms so that we own are in any way to to manipulate that at work. Tell i feel about nice when.

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