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Fresh update on "julian" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Carpets and wires dangling from a North Miami beach condo building that partially collapsed early this morning. Julian Tarkovsky Soul. It all happened like it was like a very basically like, uh, like, boom boom, boom boom, And that's pretty much what I heard. One person is confirmed dead, but officials say 99 others are unaccounted for. Correspondent Manuel Bohorquez is there the way the building came down the floors? Pancake one on top of the other. There is surveillance video that appears to show a middle section of the building collapsing and then another section teetering for a few seconds. Before it also goes down. So many are waiting to hear from loved ones. I hope they turn up as soon as possible. This is this is a nightmare that we can't wake up from. Officials do not know how many were in the condo tower when it fell. President Biden promises any federal aid needed. CBS News Special Report. I'll Matt Piper will go live to Surfside at 6 40. Tonight's In other news, If you're just tuning in the day's other big story involves a breakthrough in negotiations between the White House and a bipartisan group of US senators. President Biden says they've reached a deal on a nearly $1 trillion infrastructure plan. Double d T O P's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. We have a deal. President. Biden's announcement comes after months of hard fought negotiations. We all gave some to get some Arizona Democratic Senator Kirsten Cinema while the president came down by about a trillion dollars from his original proposal, Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins says the bipartisan plan is still the largest.
Orange County Commissioners to Consider Limiting Picketing
"Commissioners will consider limiting picketing reporter Julian Amaya joins us from the newsroom with the latest This all started when Orange County Sheriff John Mina brought a proposal to consider limits on neighborhood protest to the county commission, also following the protests outside the window Mayor vacation home of Derek Chauvin last year. Sheriff Mina learned that he couldn't force protesters to move elsewhere, at least in Orange County. With the support of Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings County lawyers introduced an ordinance to limit picketing and neighborhoods and keeping protesters away from homes. Now Winter Park in Orlando have similar rules in place. A public hearing is set for tomorrow at two p.m. live in the
Fresh update on "julian" discussed on Rick Hamada
"The scene. Honolulu Police are looking for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a 71 year old woman named McCulley. The alleged sex assault occurred at a residential building on Phillip Street sometime between 6:27:30 P.m. Monday. Police said an unknown man unlawfully entered the victim's apartment and sexually assaulted her. She was taken to the sex abuse treatment center at the Kapiolani Medical Center for women and Children. Police have opened a first degree sex assault and first degree burglary investigation. Currently, no one was arrested. The police are also investigating Tuesday's pedestrian crash in college, he that left an elderly woman dead, according to HPD sources. It happened around noon as the victim later identified as 82 year old Leonida Castillo was crossing North King Street. In the end, this officials say she was rushed to the hospital in stable condition, but later died. Police say Casteel with was in a marked crosswalk when the accident happened, and speed does not appear to have been a factor in the crash from the news radio 8 30 Cage Ph. News Center. I'm Julian.
"julian" Discussed on Adventures in a tuk tuk
"Hello and welcome. We've just had the. I took took gathering for strath even rice and water. Great weekend. It was it was in conjunction with overland and international can prevent show remorse out refrains to enjoy passion for took it during the weekend. Judean canal of minority traveling myself sat down to chat. Sort julian interviews may be orange view him. It turned out while the while. Judy james hiding. Oh i know but no pat. He joyously yeah. It was very very nice. Nice beer yeah. I guess i didn't know what to expect. And it was nice to get all a bunch of enthusiast together again. They is hold the.
Be Honest, What Limiting Beliefs Do You Have About Yourself?
"Three to one. And we're back. We've got a really cool topic. And this is something julian. I've been tossing back and forth a couple of weeks. And i'll tell you where the idea of. It's probably going to be in two or three podcasts. Little mini series where this came from is that sometimes You have these limiting beliefs about yourself and your potential and your life and your relationships and finances and help. They go and check in your mind for long periods of time to the point where these thoughts become innate and other words because they're unchecked you actually think subconsciously almost it becomes part of your your heart your hard core hard rooted software about what you think about life and i on a call with actually a listener and the listener was I think in their sixties early sixties and they were not where they wanted to be in these thoughts together sort of randomly. Because i have so many calls. But this is the essence of what i remember was they were having these limiting beliefs about their potential for financial freedom because of their age and this person remember correctly like i said early sixties and as i was talking to them trying to root out why they believed that they can't create some financial security for themselves because they're basically quiet despair about the idea that they would never be able to remove financial burdens from their back this person in particular of course this relates to a lot of people right and so i was joined down and the essence of their belief about why they wouldn't be able to achieve financial security let alone independence. Finally be free was because they think they thought that their health was fragile. And which i thought was interesting and so again as a good coach will do the. I question them about that. Ask them. it's possible right. This person could fragile health. This person could have a lot of extremists health issues. And so i i asked them about this particular issue or any issues that they might have turned out. The head nun.
Biden, G-7 Leaders to Focus on China in Second Day of Summit
"The agenda again on the second day of the G seven summit in Britain, with leaders expected to sign a declaration of How better to respond to future health crises. Meanwhile, President Biden is to use the second day of the summit to call for a new Western alliance to counter China's growing influence. Let's go live to Carmel correspondent Rob Watson. Is there a word on the mood of all this? Rob much was made of the fact that they were all there in person. Able to meet face to face for the first time in such a long time. How would you assess the dynamics of what you've witnessed? So far? That's an easy one to answer, Julian, which is to say it's incredibly hard to assess it. Good morning to you in the morning to Kate and erratic and to everyone. Look, look, There's no doubt that they're trying to send a message. I mean, none of this stuff. You don't need to be the sharpest political analyst in the world to figure out this is incredibly well choreographed. It's to say you know that the Western alliances is back together. The group is back together of some have said, but You know exactly how the personal chemistry works out whether this summit will turn out to be significance or insignificance. My decades of experience of reporting on this stuff tends to suggest that you won't know until the dust settles, and that can take weeks. It can take days it could take months could take much longer. Let's break down. Then what they're saying about the coronavirus pandemic, not just dealing with it now, but dealing with the possibility of something else in the future. What are they looking to do here? We're going to sign a declaration. This has been called the Vaccine summit. So we've had the bit about the country's offering more vaccines to the to the less well off parts of the world. This is about signing a declaration on trying to manage better if there is another pandemic, but ideally to prevent another health crisis altogether. So that's about strengthening the World Health Organization. It's about trying to cut the length of time to develop Mac vaccines and treatments to 100 days and importantly, to improve surveillance networks around the world. In other words, if something develops somewhere that you figure it out much quicker than we figured it out in 2020 and 2019. And on
Senate Confirms Biden’s 1st Judges to Federal Bench
"He went to morehouse. He got his law degree from emory. He went on to a distinguished legal career in the great state of new jersey that included him being county council top lawyer in the county government for the most populous county in new jersey. It became a judge in new jersey. Highly respected distinguished not a blemish anywhere on his record and at the beginning of twenty fifteen february. Two thousand fifteen president obama nominated him to the federal court. His name is julian xavier. Neal's and that judicial nomination for president obama was like basically a gimme right like i said distinguished record not a word against him sort of an ideal candidate for the job. Utterly noncontroversial They held his confirmation hearing in the united states. Senate in two thousand fifteen. After president obama nominated him and the confirmation hearing white great he sailed through no objections The judiciary committee is where they hold confirmation hearings in the senate. They decided on. Julian neal's is nomination by voice vote. They didn't even bother taking a roll. Call vote. They just did all in favor. Aye no objections passing through his floor. Vote in the senate and then he then he can become a federal judge that was in november. Twenty fifteen zero controversy about him. He passes out a committee with zero objections that sets up what is expected to be. What a normal circumstances would be a totally noncontroversial vote on him in the full senate to confirm him to the court. But that never happens. The committee has his hearing and passes through on a voice. Vote with no objections november. Two thousand fifteen. But there's no floor vote. Then december two thousand fifteen comes around. Nothing happens no floor vote. We roll into january two thousand sixteen. Nothing happening no floor vote. President obama of course is in the white house but in the senate that was controlled by mitch. Mcconnell and the republicans and what mitch mcconnell and the republicans did when they controlled. The senate is they. Just refuse to consider president obama's nominees to be
Indigenous Juno Nominees Show Their Range in 2021
"Julian thank you for having me falem. It's an honor to be on the show the ridge. That's the title of your latest album. What's the significance of the ridge to you or the ridges short-form for as a it's a place in british columbia. A town close to vancouver where i spent many of my summers with my grandparents. My grandfather john. Thomas gangs and his wife. Carol skanks took a big part in raising me and It's an an omaha just to to that particular time in my life to them into that place which are find very special and the ridges deeply personal album Everything on it is a true story based on something from your life. Why did you want a record moments from your life in this way going through a really hard time my mom who is a mohawk heritage her family all of them passed away within a five year period. She's the only one left out of five of them and it was very traumatic for all of us. I don't even know how mother dealt with it and how she deals with it. Because i i had a hard time dealing with it and the one thing that happens when that particular thing happens to you and your family when people pass and so many of them a short period of time. You're pretty much you know in shock. It's like you got hit with a baseball bat. You can't get up. And i needed a way to sort of trace my footsteps back to lie my youth and to remember these people and the second thing that happens is because of death other things get really mixed up complicated States of people in wills and things like that and i got caught in the middle of that a lot and it was really disenchanting. I felt as if my childhood had been stolen from me. In a way
How to Make Money on Airbnb Without Owning Property
"Have john in julian joining us today. And we're going to get to hear both of their back before we dive into some real detail about airbnb awesomeness and let's start with john and john. Why exactly did you quit buying real estate instead. Billy business without owning property. What's the deal with that. Well it down to a couple of very important things where let's talk about cash flow and just being able to generate that cash. Well of course you know the old way to go in and buy multifamily and you know rented out in possibly make four to five hundred dollars a door if you're lucky and go about it that way while i found something Short term rentals specifically. That allowed me to go out and still do the same thing with the same property. But i can also accelerated by going out and still renting other people's properties in then calling in somewhere around fifteen hundred two thousand dollars a door out for that same apartment and then i would have great tenants right. I'm not looking at those tenants. That are just gonna kinda mess up the place and they're not their long term. The place stays absolutely great. It was the best thing that i found in. i could. I connect what. I would do it flipping a home if i had forty thousand dollars. Let's just say that was four units for units Four thousand dollars generated a month. I couldn't do that with a regular multifamily or rents or anything that way. This willing to stop fire
How To Feel Motivated Now!
"We talking about having an omnipresent high level of motivation and is possible to be motivated all day long. no no. It's not unrealistic unrealistic. But if you can muster motivation when you're supposed to be doing the things that matter most which are generally speaking the activities in the morning then you're gonna be miles and miles and miles ahead of where you'd otherwise be and the thing. That's nice about motivation. In general or feeling good in general is you actually can have a direct effect on your emotional state and what a lot of people do. Is they go through life and their. How do we say their work product or what they get out of. Life is a hundred percent predicated and how they happen to feel in other words. You wake up. You're in a bad mood. Your dog ate your shoes or whatever. And you're going to be in a bad mood all day. In other words your state of being is not in your mental or emotional control. That's how most people were the reality of it is is. There are many many things you can do to alter your emotional state so you always feel high level of motivation when you need it now. Can you feel motivated all day. likely unless you figured out some magical blend of exercising caffeine julian. I figured that out. Please do tell us because we've been searching for it for the last thirty. Nappy sustainable though. Maybe a little caffeine crash there through. So i think the point you're trying to make. Is i think when you acknowledge that. It's normal to have an ebb and flow to your emotional state of being your energy level to what you're feeling like you're not feeling like instead of putting all this pressure on yourself. Oh god i'm just not feeling motivated. And then that's spins into something that ends yup her right and to give it some credit. You know it exists but not so much credit that it actually controls you right in. some things. don't require like if you're going to be in a sales environment. Obviously you wanna have a high level of motivation because people feed off that energy. But if you're doing something a little bit more cerebral you could be motivated. But it's not going to be in the same way and so the cerebral type motivation. Especially if you're an extrovert actually sat as more energy sapping. If you're an extrovert just being around other people does that make sense. So if you're being forced to be more analytical which is the opposite of how you normally are you might find. That is harder for you to motivated doing whatever that said activity as versus. Say how you'd normally naturally be if you're around other
Unlocking the Power of Data Lineage in Your Platform
"Hostess tobias macy into today interviewing julian ladonna about lineage new standard for structuring meta data to enable interoperability across the ecosystem of data management tools. So julian can you start by introducing yourself. Hello i'm jillian. I guess. I've been working in the big data space for the past. Fourteen years studied at yahoo building platform on top of you and in a study contributing to open source project like the and that's how i joined the twitter data platform team. They are steady up at she parkway project and that led to contributing to the launch of the aba chiro project that you're on and morrison t i with the architect for the up a format. We work after that. I studied dedicated. Which i'm this show now and so you've actually been on the show. This is your third time now. So you were on to talk about your work with apache parque. And you're on with doug cutting. Who was the creator of astro. So that was a good conversation. And then you're also on talk about your work with marquez. Which is a natural transition to where you are now with. Data can which building on top of that platform so for folks who listened to the marquez episode. I don't know if you want to. Just give a quick recap about where that project has gone. And maybe what you're building on top of it with data again before we dig into open lineage. So you can from. When you build data platform it quickly becomes evident that she need an equivalent of service oriented architecture retro data pipelines like people consume data they produce data and by default israel egypt visibility. Where they did is coming from awards going and so we need to understand. We consume the data that we produce and how they impacted by the changes were may be doing and we understand where they did is coming from that. We're consuming how it's being maintained in deadwood right so that leads us to start the marcus project at we were so you building the data platform at work. That where's the need for. How do we understand in an organization where they are many teams that consumed produce data. How do they understand how they depend on each other. In our things change. That was a missing piece in the open-source ecosystem
Reach - The Ultimate Serendipity Engine
"Back in episode twelve. Forty six of this show. I shared with you a quote from julian shapiro. That said luck was a function of surface area suggesting that the wide spread then the lucky you tend to become and another way of thinking about these are expressing. These would be the suggest that reach is the ultimate serendipity engine the people that are ultimately successful tend to be the ones that seemingly have morlock and more serendipity in what they do. But that's because they proactive. They're out there connecting and networking and expanding the reach. So if you want to find more serendipity if you want to trip over more good luck and good fortune then the best way to do that is to continue expanding your reach and it's not just your reach in terms of people. It's your reach in terms of circumstances and situations your reach in terms of knowledge and information. Basically just continue to be proactive. Get out there. look around. Think about stuff. Talk to people read stuff and ultimately what you'll probably find. Is that serendipity tends to happen a little bit more often. You tend to come across morlock serendipity why because you're expanding your reach. It's the ultimate serendipity engine
A Civil Rights History Lesson
"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement
How DeFi Is Disrupting the Financial Space With Julian Hosp
"Dr julian say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pleasure to be on. I believe timing is everything and i think. Many people don't give proper timing enough credit. Timing is everything. Proper timing enough credit. And i can tell you a little bit on our conversation today if i had just had a little better timing when it came to bitcoin. Slash other crypto currency. My life might be looking a little different as well. So i'm all about timing. And i imagined today. Fire nation during the intro. We're talking about. How defy is disrupting the financial space. Cilicia dive right in julian. What the heck is decentralized finance. Break that down for us. It's actually something that's quite straightforward if it's expanding simply Functions or seven things that finance. Oh banks normally do which is create value transfer value exchange value. Token is value lend value identifying value predicting valued future so seven fundamental things normally banks do and decentralized ad which means there's not a central party anymore that is in charge but it's actually the entire community that's in charge of those functions. That's
Why a Dystopian Future Is Not so Far Away
"Russia i've been spending a fair amount of time recently watching star trek deep space nine which i love because i think it spends more time on the kind of non human characters than the other series like in a recent episode. We learned that this kadarshian. Who'd garrick who lives on. The station has been lending capacity literature to the human dr. Julian share so that he can kind of learn more about that culture and we see him every one of these books except this book comes in the form of like a little like a little stick like the size of a pen kind of like a usb stick. Except i went and looked it up on. The usb stick wasn't invented until five years later that's so cool. It's funny because you've rented like this chicken or egg situation where like star trek has future stuff and then this happens but like also the people who make things like this also love star trek. So you start to wonder like did they wanna make this star trek thing real or iino was star trek just sort of like in that wavelength and ahead of its time in a very smart way. They've also got like what star trek communicators which are very much like cellphones right touchscreens. Where a big star trek thing they all have these like little tablets like way before the ipad came out right and siri. They talk to their computers. We talk back to them you know. Do you want to do something. Funny about the usb flash drives specifically hit me. Please say the their about who actually invented it. But the singaporean company that holds the patent for the thumb drive is cold trek two thousand international bats. Incredible it's funny to remember that cutting edge tech companies are also like run by huge dorks. Who loved the stuff i do. And sometimes that's uncomfortable when you have like surveillance companies named after pailin tier which is the lord of the rings thing all gross.
'Downton Abbey' Cast Returns for Sequel Opening in December
"A second film based on the series Downton abbey is in the works marches are a lot of what the latest connection is already begun on the movie Downton abbey to which will feature the original principal cast is scheduled to be released December twenty second creator Julian Fellowes has written the screenplay the first film was released in twenty nineteen three years after the series ended it made one hundred ninety four million dollars on a budget of less than twenty million dollars
Python Apps That Scale to Billions of Users
"Julian welcome to talk by enemy. Thank you it's great to have you here. We've got a bunch of fun stuff to talk about. It's really interesting to think about how we go about building software at scale and one of the things it just under a how you feel about reading your book. I feel like you must have some opinions on this. But when i go to a website that is clearly not a small little companies. It's obviously a large company with money to put behind professional developers and stuff in you click on it and it takes four seconds for every page load. It's just like how is it possible that you're building the software with so much. This is the face of your business is sometimes they decide to fix it with front frameworks. So then you get like a quick splash of like a box with owi and then it says loading for four seconds which to me feels no better. So i don't know. I i feel like building scalable. Software is really important. It's still people are getting it quite wrong quite often. I'm in it's all it's all also. There's a lot of things to do when you do that. Which lie right kober call for sure that also going to be able to mature everything like win there. Somewhere the be It's not easy bar like writing code and facing berg's is dominant. We all know to do that. But then if we are asking us up to one of the things that i as an example with profiling. While if i were to ask you more like i want you to tell me which parts your code is using some of the view. You're gone gaz. Uganda probably do a good gas. Most of the time but for real you don't know you have no clue until you actually look at. The data was profile or any two for being that will give you information.
Tom Brady Salutes Julian Edelman on Retirement
"New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman retired yesterday. Tom Brady paid tribute. I've always said Will go until the wheels come off, and they finally have fallen off. Due to an injury last year. We make in my official announcement of my retirement from football. Was a hard decision, but the right decision for me and my family and I'm honored and so proud to be retiring a patriot. So in the best 12 years of my life, not can't forget you Patriot Nation. You guys have welcomed me and my family to a region. We do not know we didn't know. But now I'm one of you. Believe you guys with two words. Foxboro forever. Julian Edelman, obviously an incredible player when the Tom Brady was area great partnership, just like Tom and Rob Gronkowski Element one of the best patriots to ever play the game. They're so wishing him the best for him, and his
Making Music in Lockdown with Julien Baker
"I'm so happy to welcome julian baker. Thank you thank you so much for taking the time today. I'm so thrilled to speak to you. Really appreciate it. Oh of course it's my pleasure. Thank you for having me in taking the time to speak with me. It's it's mutual. So many things i want to ask you but i wanted to start with a question that's been imbued with a whole new level of meaning in the last year and that's how are you doing today today. I'm really good. Got my coffee. It was raining this morning but the sun is coming out. Yeah i'm trying to be happy about the little things. I don't know if there's one thing that this last year year's taught me it's like how to focus in on recognize the things that actually do make me happy and what i can celebrate because it seems like there's been a deficit of things to celebrate her. Be happy about for a long time elements of clarity. I say in the in not really having a lot of external distractions i suppose. Yeah definitely. I mean for so much of the last year for all of us. It's been about accepting uncertainty in their lives and allowing it to exist without completely crippling us. Which in a way is a major through line through your new record little oblivion accepting that uncertainty and sort of being okay with it. What's the process been like for you. Oh man it's it's been difficult. I mean i think it's taken a lot of work in my own personal life to accepts that it's healthier to just sit with uncertainty or discomfort than to try to medicate or gator. Suasion it with whatever you know it could be anything substances or like compulsive behaviors or just downright like suppression and Yeah i feel a lot more peaceful actually. And i think i was really apprehensive about this record for the reasons you mentioned because it does kind of touched on kind of touch on no it complete league concerns in into tally of the record is about trying to dismantle belief systems and value systems in your life and rebuild them from
"julian" Discussed on Revision Path
"People knew their way around the internet. And i definitely didn't and didn't even know how to hold away com penn and actually when i got to university the thing that i gravitated towards was graffiti and spray paint like my dad was in the military. I wasn't running around at home with cans of paint getting into trouble. Is i would have had problems that come home when i got to university. It was something i was really interested in. And i think that is kind of like my first jump into the world of typography and communications specifically like i was meeting graffiti writers in santa fe. I was spray painting legally sometimes not so legally and doing quite like in your face messaging things and i think that is maybe what i see in my work now like my relationship with typography is quite like loud and informative lean and it's it's been quite like an evolution from those like freshman days of messing around with some cheap spray paint cans graffiti. That's interesting i. I don't know why. I'm not thinking that there will be graffiti and santa fe new mexico. But it's it's great. It's great and also i mean new. Mexico has a large native population and dot comes into the work a lot as well. I met quite a few native graffiti. Writers around santa fe really awesome stuff. Now one of the first zion gigs that you scored right out of college was actually pretty big. You worked for nike or organs turned for knocking and you later worked for nike is direct. Yes how was your experience. It was really fantastic. Interesting challenging at times i think definitely the hardest like point in my career. I got interested in nike as a student. Because be sean barrett seamy. Who runs a studio in portland. Called fiske fantastic design studio came to my university and gave a workshop with his friend. Chris burnett based around nike because they had both worked at nike previously. And we made all this interesting work. I remember being really stressed out about the work. For some reason. I was just thinking like i have to make the most amazing thing. 'cause like this is like based on nike and they're such such a big place and i stayed up until like four. Am working on like this. Little poster i was making and i left the lab like crying because i just hated what i made a went back to my dorm room. And actually someone had set off. Like the water sprinkler in the dorm and all me and my friends had to sleep in like this brightly. Lit like storage shed off. The side of our dorm for an entire night was just like the worst night of university ever. I talked a bijon a lot at that workshop. And he actually reached out to me a little bit later to work on. Some freelance work for nike. And my mind was just like man nike. I really feel good when i work on this stuff. And i'm so interested in and i saw that. They were hiring design intern in europe. And i applied. I had an interview and i got. The job is so funny. When i got the phone call. It was like four. Am in new mexico. And i some number. I didn't recognize called me and the person on the phone like julian. You're gonna come to work for nike and out loud on the phone. I said fuck. It was the first thing i'm just like. I'm in new mexico right now. I'm about to get on to a place. I know nothing about. But i did it. And i i came to the netherlands. Nike's european headquarters is in a village called hilversum a few minutes away from amsterdam and it was really challenging. I think i was still working on my thesis. I was halfway through my last year of university at the time zone..
"julian" Discussed on Revision Path
"Creative excellence without the grind all right. Let's get to this week's interview. Which i am super super excited about i am talking with. Julian williams a graphic designer and art director in the netherlands in amsterdam. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do high drouin williams and i am a graphic designer and art director based in amsterdam. Nice before we get more into what you do and your background and everything tell me. How are you feeling right now. I know it's late for folks that are listening. We're recording this. It's five pm ish my time but it's several hours ahead where julie i'm feeling wonderful We found a lot of sunny weather here in the netherlands after the canals froze over about two or three weeks ago. And i think that's been keeping my mood very very high and been having some good work lately too. So i'm feeling quite happy and quite content. Nice is the year going so far for you. It's been great. Actually i think now that kind of like in the netherlands. We've been in our own walk down and we also have had for the majority of this year. Twenty twenty one a curfew. But i think we've all kind of acclimated to that and are just kind of used to it like. We can't go out past a certain time. I'm just like i'll get some projects done at home. I've been playing guitar lot and writing some music when i'm not designing working for clients or doing some personal work so yeah i'm doing pretty good. I think the years been going great so far. Okay what would you say like. The general feeling is like in the city another. It might be a little difficult to gauge. It's it's interesting here. I mean. I'm an ob saddam which some people really like look towards. I think when they think of the netherlands and.
Archegos And The Fastest Loss Of Wealth In History
"What's going on guys. It is thursday april first and instead of bringing you some fun cheesy fake story. I decided to go in the exact opposite direction. Today we're going to be talking about leverage corruption and cheap money the fastest wealth in history. We are talking about arche ghost. This is a story that many of you have been following for coming on a week. Now it is certainly one of the crazier macro stories. I've ever covered here. It involves a traitor with dubious past a group of investment banks coordinating takedown double crossing margin calls and an eraser of fortune. Thanos style tens of billions gone in the seeming. Snap of a finger on the one hand. This is the story of an individual trader. A twenty year icarus who finally flew too close to the sun on the other. It's a story of a market as a whole a market. That is made money. Extraordinarily cheap which normalized extreme risk especially in the form of leverage. Let's start with the man at the center of the story bill. Bill's career started under the tutelage of the legendary hedge fund manager julian robertson in one thousand nine hundred eighty julian robertson founded tiger management. One of the earliest hedge funds. Tigers run is the stuff of legends building from eight million in start up capital in nineteen eighty two over twenty two billion in the late nineteen ninety s when robertson unwound and shutdown the fund. In two thousand. He started the next phase of his career which was investing in the funds of his former employees the so-called tiger cubs to be clear. This isn't like one or two funds. We're talking about thirty five to fifty of the world's top hedge funds rob citron's discovery stephen mandl's lone andreas halvorsen. Viking philippe lafont kuwata management which you may recognize as the lead investor in dapper labs new three hundred and five million dollar round from this week and one of those hedge funds from the tiger cubs was called tighter asia management and came from bill hong
Parents rally in Boston to denounce lack of input in school reopening plan
"Black indigenous people of Color Parent coalition holding a rally yesterday at the State House. Demanding that they be included in decisions about reopening schools as deputy busy Suzanne Sauce will reports they want all options, including hybrid learning to remain on the table. Governor Baker sighted inequities and communities of color as a reason to reopen schools for full time in person learning. But LaToya Gale, who who has has three three kids kids in in Boston, Boston, schools, schools, says says when when parents parents of of color color aren't aren't given given a a seat seat at at the the decision decision making making table. table. That That reason reason is is disingenuous disingenuous when when they're they're using using us us as an excuse. So why they have to go back because there's gaps in our community and you don't give us a seat at the table that you don't know what we need. You don't know when we needed. You don't know how we need it because you didn't talk to us because systemically you have disrespected us and they're continuing to do it. And City Councilor Julian Mahia says it's not unusual for state government to make decisions for us about us without us young people are sitting in classrooms right now feeling this regarded and disrespecting. Because that is what they have been accustomed to. One young boy held up a sign that read simply, You didn't ask us
"julian" Discussed on Commons
"That's just what happens to you if you fight the police in Canada. Despite the power and prestige the Julian Fantino enjoyed for decades he is just one individual. The problems with policing in this country go much further than him. The problems are with the system. I think what we get from having spent time inside of the organization is to understand what pressures are on them that come together at certain point that make what they do inevitable. There are a lot of things that happen that make some of these interactions seen like their four, another malice, but they.
"julian" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"It really robbed her of the ability and her campaign of the ability to steer that narrative, and it was just impossible to spin it at that point. Yeah, it's the old. The old saying holds true if you are defending yourself in any kind of political sphere than you are automatically losing. The fascist were right about it the the Republicans and the Democrats were right about it. It's just sort of the part of the Part of the house rules of these terrible terrible games, but there you have it. Here's the takeaway. Single man, flesh and blood, just as many of the people listening to this show today are. Unelected himself was able to shake the world. You can understand why so many powerful people consider him dangerous. When we last left Julian Assange, he had been removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy. All indications appeared that he would continue on a legal battle at a glacial pace, likely from prison, as he sought to avoid extradition, and probably in his mind possible death in the United States so where are we at now will answer the question after a word from our sponsors. iheartradio and the US Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty, so we made commencement a new podcast with words of inspiration from the biggest names.
"julian" Discussed on The Young Turks
"And at the time he seemed to be very much in favor of Julian Assange now with that said, what does he have to say about Julian Assange today? Do you still love what you leaks? I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It's not my thing. And I know there is something having to do with Julian Assange, I I've been seeing what's happened with Assange and that will be a determination. I would imagine mostly by the attorney general who is doing an excellent job. So he'll be making a determination. I know nothing really about him. It's not my it's not my deal in life. I don't I don't really have an opinion. So remember, it is Donald Trump's department of Justice that is going after Julian Assange with this charge, and it's important to keep in mind, especially when you go back to twenty sixteen or at least the election cycle for two thousand sixteen and remember what Trump had to say about Julian Assange back then WikiLeaks I loved WikiLeaks. This WikiLeaks stuff is unbelievable. It tells you the inner heart. You gotta read it. It's been amazing. What's coming out on WikiLeaks this WikiLeaks is faster than this WikiLeaks? It's like a treasure trove getting off the plane. They would just announcing new Wicky leaks. I wanted to stay there. But I didn't wanna keep you waiting where. I love reading those WikiLeaks, this is so indicative of who Donald Trump is he will love you when he can use you. And then he will immediately turn his back to you. When he doesn't need you anymore. It's amazing. Why does he say that? Why does he say does it any about we helix? I mean, we're just so used to we'll move on. And you know, I guess the best defense is he misspoke Keith is say that I don't know anything about the case in particular and attorney general is pursuing. But the way he said it you saw it on tape. You saw it with your own eyes. I don't know anything about WikiLeaks. We show you the clip like. Lives. I love reading we if he loves reading weaken leaks. It's the only thing he's ever read. There's around and said, I really one name. So like he just can't help himself. It's pathological. Just just give like happened honest answer for a second. Listen, I ain't got nothing to do with it. Take it up with the attorney general they do an independent investigation there. And hey, you know, what we use? So me during the election..
"julian" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"julian" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"julian" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"julian" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"julian" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"julian" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"julian" Discussed on Know Them From Adam
"And you know i mean it does annoy me i it's like oh my god this little this little booger does louis understand julian that there are no days off the xinjiang i don't think so yet i think jesus happy with the bit you spied does she impact you in any way in terms of how much longer you would like to play does that enter into your thinking at all uh that hasn't necessarily hit my thinking but what has hit my thinking is is you know going out and and really embrace seen um opportunities like clean on the football field uh in all those hard day's that you have the days were you know you may not be feeling right uh you may be having a down day uh you know you think you're little girl and you you say well now you have something to do it for you know when before you have a kid year kinda you're kinda little selfish uh in in why you're doing certain things especially with work um now you have you have someone that you're living four you know what i mean it's it's one of those things were now you got a little this this this this little girl is is the next few you know in and you're gonna do everything in your controlled out to give her the most possible opportunities uh the most love because that's where my parents did for me and you know that's that's all i really know so i don't know if it's a necessarily.
"julian" Discussed on Know Them From Adam
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