18 Burst results for "Junie"

How IVR Design Can Help Us Improve VUI with Maria Spyropoulou, Speech Systems Analyst at Eckoh

Inside VOICE

06:44 min | 5 months ago

How IVR Design Can Help Us Improve VUI with Maria Spyropoulou, Speech Systems Analyst at Eckoh

"Think coming from a linguistic background in working in the voice industry. It has helped me likes so much because sometimes I haven't advantage because of the courses I have done for example because I have done a lot of courses on speech recognition if someone for example says let's ask the user. Do you want to get your parcel today or Saturday? Because I know how speech recognition works. I know that we can never ask for example because the system will very easily confuse the two words but also because in university we also did a lot of courses on saucer linguistics and analyzing text and Syntax and all of that and we did a lot of semantics and pragmatics and we did a lot of how to structure conversation. We even broke down humor so that was very helpful for me. That is so interesting. I personally am fascinated by linguistics. We've had a lot of linguists on this show and have brought so much value to the show she the voice space as well and you currently work designing. Ib Our systems. Can you describe to those? That don't know what it is. What an Ivy. Our system is and why you think they are just like any other speech enabled application skill killer action the IVR is some people call is the regional voice. User interface be are. It's an automated teller system. Basically that interact with callers through Internet and gathered information and routes the call to the appropriate agents. And it's on what we call the voice web while I'll be up to -cation they use the voice web. An idea does the same and that we've even have voice browser and just like you have graphical user interface you have voice user interface just like you have crow or which is a browser but collects data from servers and displays visual information to you just like that. We have voice browsers that Goto the servers and they collect information from a database. Or and they speak to you instead of displaying to you and it collects prompts any played back to you ride so this is what voice browser does and many people have been you know that connection is the same as the visual. Internet but his voice Internet the voice web. So yeah I mean the ideas where the original voice user interfaces and the most prominent well many of the most prominent people now in the industry originally they worked for the VR and all the principles that we follow now when we developed boy skills or actions they came of course from years and years and years of developing VR's making mistakes and learning how to fix them by looking at the danger. And I've your systems speech enabled skills your Alexa Google system there. They have the exact same thing so they both do automatic speech recognition and natural language understanding. They both utilized memory so when you use a skill the skill remembers it so when you use it the second time than it will say welcome back. Carry you know so uses memory. It saves that information. We save that information in the VR system so when caller bank. And let's say you say hello. What can I help you today? I and you say yes. I would like my balance than you hang up. Then you call after a week. The system remembers it. So it might ask you. Oh Stein you called. You wanted to check your balance. Would you like to do the same thing today? So we call. We have that functionality as well in the VR system and of course the whole design process is the same Flows we have problems. We have intense addresses says slots so it's the same reason. Just the different format and you're saying to me before we started this podcast that you actually think there is a great advantage of. I the ours over skills or actions. What would you say that is? And why do you think it's such an advantage? Yeah they have a lot of similarities. Ivr's skin actions are capsules. If you're talking about speak bad there's also defenses but the greatest difference is that when we are building Ivr's we are using enterprise scale platforms and they store the audio files of. What the user say so that we can improve the system. So let's say if I want to see how the recognition of number is doing in my system. I'll just go and download one thousand Watts. One thousand audio files from the server and then. I'll put him through the grammar that I have created and then I'll do some other process called Junie Save that I have for example eighty percent accuracy and Ben. I can walk on that and see why did not recognizing everything. Why do I need to change is my prompt? Not Clear is my recognition by grammar's not covering all the cases of numbers or in my cutting off the user too early so I can work with that but when you have been alexis killer Google action. You don't have access to those audio files in neither platform and he's actually one of the highest requests from the developers. What you have is a transcription off. What's the system? Thinks they use their said. Of course that is highly problematic because mean what is. Let's say that I have restaurants and people can order food and I have named my dishes with is like extraordinarily extravagance like the Magic Fountain or the Super Kelly Preciado Shas dish or whatever and a user strung to order these foods. So then if the system doesn't give me the correct transcriptions of what people said I don't know what my client orders so I'm less a human actually years to those audio files. You know what was said. So I think that's the great disadvantage and I think in the future there will change.

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"junie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"junie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Who's been giving back since she was nine years old. That's coming up right after chiming in weather on the teas. Sponsored by colonial marble and granite. There's an accident on the westbound Atlantic City expressway, and we are an absolute crawl from right after the Sigler Ville exit, which is forty one. You might even want to just get off there and takes the reveal road or take the lack of respect, which is forty two at that point on out because we've got one lean squeezing by here. A lot of on the scene. Now eastbound on the Atlantic City expressway traffic is slow approaching Berlin cross keys road where that accident is, is everybody's taking a look the rest of our major New Jersey roads really aren't bad. Seventy three northbound north of brick road. The right lane is blocked with construction fifty five north approaching forty two that actually looks pretty good right now and our bridges? We're not seeing any major delays south on ninety five. We've got a little clump of heavy traffic right around the Betsy Ross bridge, and we're not seeing any lanes blocked Schuylkill expressway east getting on it to to tap of the brakes there. And then just. A little bit slow as you come up on the blue route four seventy six and down to the round. The Gladwin on ramp. There's parents police department activity on the side. Everybody slowing down for a look at that to four twenty two eastbound this is after San closer to Limerick now. And then on out to royals Ford. Watch out for lane closed there as well. There's construction onto to southbound just south of route one that's the painter's crossing area. Definitely will slow you down. Mass transit no reported issues. Your next update's in less than ten minutes. It's the biggest sale of the year at colonial marble, and granite up to sixty percent on exotic stones and up to twenty percents off remaining inventory, or get free financing with purchase of fourteen ninety nine or more details at colonial marble marble dot net in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese. Now, take a look at the forecast, we have sunshine today, it will be windy, high seventy six later tonight, lows sixty sunny tomorrow, high eighty three right now, sixty eight and Junie.

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"junie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"junie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Right? This is a woman who literally told me curt you don't own enough gun if you called MRs Kurt in academic. What would happen? It would be a bad thing. It would be a out. I was really Butch because I'm like airborne qualified. I thought that was like really cool. I was a cab off. No, no, no. My manhood was proven by the fact that I am married to a Cuban woman. You just don't make any sudden moves. You know, I I I'm not rolling the dice with academic looking woman. Let's see what other people have to say. You know, let's let's talk to racial in Columbia, Columbus, Ohio. Rachel does not think it's a compliment. Rachel, what do you think? As a young professional woman. If someone called me academic looking I'd probably give them a second glance with my mouth. Hold on. What rachel. I've been out of the game for awhile. Right. Okay. So I'm Kyle on the sidelines. Couldn't it be cleaned. The smart girl glasses librarian vibe is that a thing. I mean, maybe. But I mean, I'm not quite sure how my looks. You know, equate to my intellectual level. So I mean you may wear glasses. But that doesn't necessarily mean the most intelligent person. Well, that's true. Does does does Harry Reid strike is kind of guy who's like really deepened in like into women's intellect. I'm thinking I. Yeah. I mean. You know, obviously, he is from a different time. He's known for some of his racially insensitive remarks, but could this be a anti Indian slur of some sort against? It was Elizabeth Warren. I mean gosh on the warpath. I guess is what I'm asking. Hope not. Well, thank you. Thank you very much. Rachel. Let's let's let's see what June in Georgia has to say about Harry Reid Junie there. Yeah. I'm from. I'm here. A southern woman. So you're not gonna take any I can talk on the air and naturally from the swamp area. How is born up there and lived in Virginia for a long time. And. Was that the academic part of the swamp? Compliment. Hey, like, it's not a compliment. I was a waitress for many many years, and I was business owner to Dodd been on both sides of the. Whatever you wanna call it. But I've never been in academic. I can tell you you actually work for a living. You actually, look I think everybody. Yeah. I think everybody should be a waiter waitress for a little while. I I started mopping Al toilets at the Carl's junior restaurant in foster City, California. And that was that was how I began my career. We have we also have Connie from Brooksville, Ohio, Connie, what do you say is that a compliment to be called an academic woman by the likes of read. I laugh with a jolly laugh does that explain it? Is it a jolly laugh or is it a bitter lack of anger and pending vengeance? No. Because it's some Harry Reid. You looked at the book. He didn't read it. He looked at it. Did it have pretty bitches Harry? So be on your level. That's what I wanna know. Well, look, Harry Reid is obviously from a different time. And maybe he's not used to women being allowed to be taught to read. Do you think that's a possibility possibility? I I still think that Harry still need to learn to read because remember he did pass ObamaCare. Daddy that is true. And he isn't he the one who said who lied about mitt Romney's taxes, and then when called on said, well, he lost didn't he? This is a bad person..

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"junie" Discussed on I Do Podcast

I Do Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"junie" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"Use and share them with our listeners. And today's topic is going to be one that really hits home with a lot of people in whether or not you've experienced it. Like, we mentioned in the pre show, it's inevitable in that is the death of our partner, or it's going to be ourself, and our partner is going to have to deal with that. So why don't we jump right in and talk about how we can navigate. This fact of life. Wow. And any end of her relationship is kind of like a day. Isn't it? We grains when grave at the end of something. That's what grace is about. It's about knowing that something that you've had you won't have a game. And so any end of the relationship, whether it's a bright top, whether it's a divorce. Oh, it can be ended without choice. Like, we we face Greif in some way, and we work through grief. And when when it is. This can stances of of a debt causing the end of relationship. What did you find is? It's an incredibly complex and put bide sense of relationship, ending and graving, and and personal red hair that needs to take place the full you ten moving to another relationship. And it's and it's very individuals in it. It depends on sorry. Many things it depends on the nature of the death. The nature of the relationship that has been injured by that. Just wasn't a good one. Was it a, you know, not say great one, anyhow, the age of the person who has been left behind, you know, in the phase of life. They in are they young without shooting. Are they young with children? If they at age children or no children. It's. Then creates a very complex teach to to work through beyond. What is the the natural surprise PA ways of except in, you know, ending of relationship completing that and real than I think you'll so individually to be ready again, it's it's a it's a very very amplified Harley Hodge and extended Junie, what would you say? The biggest difference is from dating after a regular divorce versus dating again after the death of spouse..

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"junie" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

GSMC Book Review Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

"Welcome back to the GMC Booker view podcast where we are talking today about books about thanksgiving more books about gratitude. Thanksgiving themes, thanksgiving traditions, all of that good stuff as I said in the first segment it's easier. I think to find books about thanksgiving for children. There's a lot of them. One of my favorite traditions. Growing up was you know, a lot of people watch the parade on Thanksgiving Day that wasn't one of our traditions probably because we had a black and white TV till I was in fifth grade. And it just wasn't quite as fun as watching on color. I do watch it now. But I watched a Harley Brown thanksgiving every year love Charlie Brown thanksgiving always a little disturbed though. When Woodstock Easter key at the end of the episode, whatever that is a book a Charlie Brown thanksgiving. So you can read that one on thanksgiving. If you're looking for a theme the concern that I have is balancing the historical story with historical reality. Maybe you know, it's kind of hard to it's of hard to talk about thanksgiving without getting into the colonialism and everything that happened afterwards. I mean, the basis of the story of coming together and giving. Thanks is great. But. Either. We definitely read that story through certain lenses, and it can be problematic. So when I talk about thanksgiving books, it's either, you know, kind of generally about thanksgiving, or it's more about gratitude, it has to be specific type of book in terms of the historical aspects of it because you just want to be, you know, you wanna be careful how you tell that story. How you interpret that story what what lenses you look at that story through. So. Yeah, there there's some stuff. But there's there are some some good books out there that give you the history and don't make it to biased. I guess one way or the other as I mentioned in the first segment. Also, I I noticed that there are. Maybe numerous I don't know how many when I was looking at lists cozy mysteries that involve the that are either set right around that are set right around thanksgiving. So that's kind of fun. I think that holidays and family gatherings are always good place to set cozy mysteries because zany nece ensues when you are when you gather all of your family together, especially those family members that have opinions differing opinions, and yeah, it can get really interesting around the thanksgiving table. I was looking at lists of books and some of the children's books that I love we I've I've talked about Junie b Jones on the podcast before and Junie b has a book called turkeys. We have loved and eaten and other things giving stuff turkeys. We have loved it eaten that is just such a Junie b Jones title. It's so room. One is getting ready for their very own thanksgiving feast, there's even a contest to see which room can write the best thankful list. The winners will get a pumpkin pie only. It turns out being thankful is harder than it looks because Junie b is not actually thankful for tattletale may or scratchy pilgrim, costumes and pumpkin pie makes her vomit anyway will room one winds gusting pie can may Junie B find common ground or will this thanksgiving feast turn into a Turkey day disaster. Love judy. She's so overwrought melodramatic. He's just awesome. She's she's I think she's my spirit animal my spirit inner child something. But that reminds me of the the gratitude, the giving thanks in one of my favorite things when I was working with children was always the unfiltered -ness of them and the honesty of them sometimes her, so brutally honest that it hurts when you know, they have no tax. But I I loved him. We were talking about what are you for? What what makes you happy?.

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"junie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is what is little Wayne? See Odell Beckham junior bite Odell Beckham Junie wants to galvanize the team and feels he has he may think of himself as a leader. Leader to some of this dozen, cultivate, followers, a leader to some of his cultivates other leaders, and we're not sure Odell Beckham junior can do that John is calling from Newberg, and John you're on the fan was happening. Hi, steve. How are you? Coming along, John. I by yourself. All right, good. I'm good. Can you go on the record? Would you mind making a decision for me? Who would you rather pick Herbert's from Oregon or the offensive tackle from Alabama that always projected to pick? Well because all right. I'm not the college. That's a great question. And even though I have to let you know right off the bat. I did look in on Oregon and Washington on Saturday because I was hearing and reading about just Herbert of Oregon. I was also reading and hearing about a quarterback from zuri. I was also reading. And hearing about a quarterback from North Carolina State two of the three played including Justin Herbert. And from what I understand a giants. Scout was at that game to see Oregon beat Washington in overtime. I believe it was a three point game at three point difference. He didn't have the greatest stats. He's big. He's huge as the size of a of a Rothlisberger per se, but he didn't have the greatest game and Oregon to booed is supposed to be a running team. So to answer your question out, take the left tackle. Thank you, Mike my sentiments exactly because my feelings are if you can win the Super Bowl with Jim McMahon, Trent Dilfer and a half a dozen other guys who are not Joe, Montana or Dan Marino. Dan Marino was. In one Super Bowl when he was at his most mobile and his rookie year. And never got back there again all about the football should not be called football. It should be called block and tackle offensive line. And a great defense. You have a running game you have back home. Yeah. Grudge receivers. You can move the ball down the field with a good offense of lie. And I don't care who the quarterback is whether it's manning was more than two Super Bowls already. And he's probably just as mobile now is when he was a rookie, which is not very mobile doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. You can have the most mobile quarterback like mariota sack eleven times this if you are ally manning, no, you're right about everything you're talking about for. Sure, John, and I thank you for the call. If you're Eli manning who after overcome the flaws in deficiencies around you you're being paid handsomely. You're the most important player on the offense most important player on the team. You are supposed to overcome the flaws adversity. You're supposed to do the job. Yes. You do need the offense of wine you need receivers to hold onto the football. You need the defense to force three announce and get turnovers and put the offense into good field position. And Houston is just tied the game at two, but the bottom line is that. Oh, brilliant speaks. Here's the interesting thing that you're talking about I was gonna I was thinking as I was talking here, which is a dangerous thing for me to do. But the bottom line is that no. You need a good quarterback ES mobile to move the pocket to escape to be vase of from the heat and the pressure. That is coming your way. Blitz notwithstanding and make a play when there is no play to make manning used to do that. He can't do it anymore. Brillon speaks by the way, you're talking about with football football has become like touch football like flag football Brillon speaks of Kansas City had Brady down sort of. He was afraid to put them down afraid to bring him down because of roughing the passer. And that's where football has has big. That's word is now that's what it's become flag. Football touch football. And the bottom line is and Brady gets away, of course, and scores a touchdown. And we know how that game on Sunday night turned out just very thrilling and very exciting. Jimmy is calling from Waterbury Connecticut and Jimmy you're on the fan. What's going on? Hi, Steve, thanks for taking my call. I love the show. Well, thanks for being a part of it. What what can you say that? That was a great giants clip. And you're a hundred percent right about football. And how sometimes it's becoming very difficult to watch the game. And you don't even know what the rules, even nobody does anymore. On the previous show, a caller touched on a good point francesa was talking about how the whole WFAN family and WFAN radio owned a stake in the app, and I was just wondering if the whole family and the and the fan owns a stake in the app, how come like your show, and none of the other shows talk about the Mike francesa app. Well, you know, if you want to there's no reason for us. He he talks about it. Plenty. At the beginning and the middle at the end of the programs talking about the app all the time. Come and get it. That's a good point. Michael, thanks making it. I mean, if he wants to talk about it. You could sponsor the program we have some space. I may I may never hear the end of what I've just been talking about one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six hundred to call and Johnny is calling from Brooklyn, New York, and John you're on the fan was happening. Hey, Steve, thanks for taking my call tonight. I really appreciate your knowledge show the games. Thank you so much. Well, live better rethink what you just said. Well, I've been coaching since some fifteen I never got higher than the high school level. But I'm I'm in New York fan. So real quick on the giants. My kids are in their late twenties. David jet fans, you know, since they could walk and for us to say, you know, catch them to be patient is ridiculous. Any team could beat any other team on any given Sunday. And I would like, you know, your reaction tonight when I'm done. And as long as Leon Hess, the greatly on has said that one time, and I stay he's great because what he accomplished nothing. He said look guys, let's not be a bunch of losses about. And that's the thing. You know, don't show yourself in the foot be disciplined team that coach has to get into head like Postles ValuJet. Does you know, you have to be on a personal level? You somehow have to get that play to look you in the eye sometime during the year, and you have to connect with them to play for each other got to trust this guy. You know, when it becomes a friendship thing. You know? Now, you can't do it. I used to invite the kids over to my house or pizza get the multiple friends and stuff now, I would never think about this day and age because that's crazy. But you know, and that's what you know for the giants is I I just I'm lost. I wish I could be a fly on the wall. See what's going on at practice and see what's going on in that locker room. I just don't know as for the jets. Look, I think they could compete. We young team. We can't be patient. Let's go out be aggressive on both sides of the ball would like. Would you have to say that there's a number of things to say with the break that we have to take that. I'm sure over the next couple of hours will address the points that you're bringing up the one thing about Hanson. And I'm I'm sure I was just talking to somebody who had more than one has truck. And the bottom line is has with the hiring of Rich Kotite, not the smartest movie ever made. And maybe not the best owner the jets have ever had. That's for sure all he knew. But with the football and the hiring with the Rich Kotite. That's another story. We'll take a break and get back to your telephone calls and everything else as we proceed with.

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"junie" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"And you know he had his e twenty eight. He always had new cars always had new stereos. His mother got fucking fat ugly, and is he had his aunt that was a half a Momo she had had like her nervous breakdown. She didn't go to work or some shit. Yeah, she just sat the kitchen and what game shows day with fucking teat. So I became fradulent through other friends and one of the guys that adopted me Mike runny lit him up on one night when they tried to be a tough guy when Mike Anise around gotta be tough guy with and might let him up at the park on fifty. First report bloodied his face was he broke his nose. Yeah, with blood everywhere. So he always knew I was mice Goumba. So he was always kind of standoffish with me. I am. I might see him say Hello. He was carries mice, bro. And you can't tell me a story about might require you can't come to me anything about Mike is I'll smack you. So me and him became kind of friends and we will take rides. They will all scant go into the city. They were reefa heads show. I would say, I'll take you to the spot. My fee was a bag to drive them. They would drive and I would get out of the car, walk into the smart, get the reform and get back in the clone Gilbertson little the day. Now I would take out of that bag. I was working today. I knew the guys in the Bodega they would take care of me by by so. You know, I, I kinda liked him, but he still wasn't one of my favorites. And one night when I was in Junie or the beginning of my senior year, I saw him out one night and he goes getting the car. You wanna take a ride with us was smoking pot.

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"junie" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"People, especially in sports, it brings access to exact major sports brands. The largest media companies and networks in the world was that probably. Or you can't got a early on. So I got the book Junie year before before I graduated from school. I got an internship at the NBA and that really exposed me to New York. And I remember thinking when it was over like this exactly where I need wanna be. So I've had a love affair with for for the longest time, it actually hasn't waned. You've talked about before that internship at the NBA and how a seminal to you deciding that you wanted to originally pursue the agency model and see what that was all about. Prior to that, though, your family was a big inspiration. Your dad was a porter at one point then got into finance at an being executive that Mariott you studied finance at providence. Was that primarily the track that you pursued that was him that was it? I always tell my dad. It was more so indirect is not like, you know, he would sit me down and we do everything. It's like, you know, when you come home from school. All that they watched. All he watched was, you know it was mostly, you know, their, it's, you know, business shows and CNN and things like that. And what was interesting is all the the magazines at the Marriott that you know would grow out of circulation or you know, week after week he wouldn't throw them away, you know he'd bring him home. So essentially, that's the stuff that I, I was reading from a young age. You know, it wasn't. It wasn't anything else that's all I had to read. So actually read more of that stuff in my did actual homework, which is crazy. Right. How did you get the internship at the NBA? It's probably a one of the most highly sought after positions now, but this was at a time you and I are the same age group where the NFL was king. Now we've seen that paradigm shift exactly on the ground for at least with the exposure that we have in sports business in media, but how did you get that internship? I remember thinking like sophomore year, I was like, okay..

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"junie" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"And then it's, it's, it's kinda like if somebody like, let's say somebody has chronic fatigue because they have lupus. And sometimes some days some months I I call my depressive stuff downswings or like alone. It's like, I'm just in just the world is dark today. Everything's in black and white, you know? So like if you had some, if you love somebody that had lupus and they're like, I'm so exhausted and you know, they have lupus and you know, sometimes they're lupus flares up. You wouldn't be like Junie coffees. One vitamin b. do you want to build you exercise? You'd be like, oh, okay, it's a lupus episode. Got it. You sleep all day. I'm gonna go have a good day. Yeah, big disclaimer. You and I are both talking from the perspective of people that have done the self-knowledge rose there. Seventeen. We're older, you know, for the situation your in listener little fucker. Maybe, you know, as hard as it is, you need to set the boundaries as you have them because that's the only way she's gonna learn. Yeah, you know. And it started because you might she might not be ready to understand her depression, but you have to set her anxiety. You have to set your boundaries so that she has something that she has to. You know, she has something she can work with not just always being there because then you're just enabling her to always have to rely on another person. There's also some guilt there that like for me of, I'm feeling really depressed in shitty like sometimes there are still worst. How are you ready? Stay home and the entire time you're staying home. I'm going to be looking you thinking that the reason why you're here is because of me, and then I'm gonna feel more upset and so that's something to eat as much as you think. You also might be helping her a, there's the enabling thing. And then there's also this, this Justice, feeling of being like a charity case of somebody being like, wow, I just like opened up how I'm feeling and as opposed to feeling rational normalized of being like, that's totally. I totally get it even though I don't. Maybe you don't personally relate to it of being like just as normal, like you're so good like you don't need to stress about this as treating it like this is this is this huge, massive thing. You're like, oh, wow, so I'm not normal. So this isn't like, what is happening here? I would say my advice and this is something that is so funny. The guilt thing too, because like every time I'm in a really like low place. I'm always like, honestly, it's best for me to just kinda socially isolate right now. Just sometimes sometimes it's like I just need to be hand on Hannah and because I just can't carry the weight of like. I don't know what I want for like, you know what I mean? Clearly, and like being like having a responsibility to somebody else and being I don't wanna really talk. I don't want to do any of this kind of stuff. I'm gonna feel even more guilty if I'm not being a good communicator because you are being generous with your time and your energy. And like I feel like an asshole because I don't like. The gesture, but like I'm not gonna appreciate it. Right. And it's like the chronic fatigue analogy where the lupus persons like, oh, this coffee. Thank you so much. Yeah, let's go to a movie now. All they wanted to sleep feel bad, but I think and a system that I've gotten really great at with my friends and my boyfriend..

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"junie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Really so What They were born unlike these, people That's what God decided Junie b. And when I Races of myth are racist. Picked for us and we don't have a choice so why should why people feel guilty about something. That they didn't. Do their the was. The picture we're the minority they. Didn't pick it What, I'm saying is we came here as your Rubens we as Nigerians we came here as. People with the national identities but then everybody was grouped into something called black and when I talked to white people. Their polish their playing Just playing But then there's identification construct The sign said white, only colored only against what You better know. Who you, are get that side and the Irish sociologically speaking we're able to. Intermarry blacks could not marry is. Called Mary up you've heard that term before having that's what, people will do when they become to. This country they. Were looking for a way out people were changed your last Italians vows on the end. Of their names, because they were seen as big So you want to, be like the English so we look. At the royals. But people tend to forget how the Royal became royals became Royal they were brutal conquerors The charter was signed, with twelve hundred AD so that was a long time but we. Did what we need Of africa Okay When the? Who. South The, issues need to. Be but it's interesting you missed mentioned the the Royal family who who integrated with. Long before the Kennedys that's all. I'm going to say I love everybody Yeah you every other family has, as racially mixed but the, Kennedys, they'd love black people so much but you look at their little Christmas card, I'm just, saying the royals, now have, a little bit of spice but that. Cracks me up they. They Mitt Romney called him on all these kind of names and every other the bushes everybody else's. Integrated you know. Just like America and not the Kennedys they are holding strong we have an hold. Another segment on the other side. Of the Democrats And. We're going to talk about. Maybe what your affiliation is. But really..

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"junie" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on WTVN

"Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and remember on open line friday we can talk about pretty much anything we do restrict during the week people to things that interest me 'cause i don't want to be bored because people think i'm bored they're going to be bored so we can't have that on friday to take a risk even if i'm bored with it you can talk about it or ask about it eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program these immigration numbers again the homeland security press secretary tyler houten released the following statement on customs and border protections southwest border migration numbers for junie should following the implementation of the administration's zero tolerance policy the june two thousand eighteen southwest border migration numbers declined by eighteen percent when compared to the previous month this is of course illegal immigrants tempting to get in the country in the southwest border down eighteen percent because of these zero tolerance policy reuters has a story this is from earlier this morning it's a poll it's a reuters ipsos poll immigration tops the economy and healthcare as the most important issue determining american's vote ahead of the midterm elections in november the writers data shows that immigration became a top concern for registered voters in the us after the trump administration in may announced its zero tolerance policy on illegal immigrants saying they would be criminally charged actually it was announced zero tolerance policy announced april seventh two thousand eighteen sessions was acting after a department of homeland security report found that illegal border crossing increased two hundred three percent from march two thousand seventeen to march two thousand eighteen and then writers says you're the policy became a political lightning rod in mid june with disclosures that thousands of children were separated from their parents who were accused of crossing illegally into the country wrong again it only became a lightning rod when.

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"junie" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Who are shooting people junie total how much does that were you maria again those are people attending trump rally saying jim acosta you're gonna end up with people shooting people you need to tone it down a little bit to the reporter yeah it's incredibly worrisome and it has been incredibly worrisome since the first time that donald trump insulted the media and since he has been calling them the enemy of the state and since he's been calling them fake news and since he's been tweeting images of violence towards the media and look i'm glad that today he did not engage in all of that now somebody got to him and said please don't call today at least for today the media the enemy of the state and even said right now's not the time to talk about about it but i think that you should put a ticker on the screen on cnn to count the hours until the moment when he starts calling the press the enemy of the state again or calling them fake news again or insulting specific reporters again and i bet you it won't be very long all right as we wait we're working on steve audio here but i wanna play what he said about the people because my question about tonight is if there isn't if there's when they're good time to talk about it he is called the press the enemy of the people you have had a horrific incident mass shooting the worst day for journalists lives in this country since september two since nine eleven and if there isn't a better time to say i'm sorry for what i said or i didn't mean it i don't know what it would be because here's what he said so let me just play some of the things they said including when he said enemy of the people because i'm not paraphrasing it that's what he said here is right the enemy the enemy of the people like all you read the fake news it's fake and disgraceful those very dishonest people back there the fake news just hear these liars back they are the most this honest corrupt people they are the most is honest so maria is hit blame for the tone yes because i think the tone comes from the top having tone is all is what leadership is all about and this president has no idea had to be a leader and i think what is so troublesome is that many journalists in you know many of them erin and i don't know maybe you've gotten them to have gotten death threats have gotten threats of violence from people because they hear what president trump is saying about them and not only that aaron but the president of the united states the leader of the free world the leader of the greatest democracy in the world should not be acting this way he should be acting completely the opposite because you know who acts like this dictators despots people who actually put journalists in jail so steve cortez with us on the phone to mario issue so i just played the president saying the enemy of the people the enemy of the people i call them pointing to the press at the back of some of his rallies calling them dishonest people liars corrupt to stop this kind of language steve however wever i don't mind him taking on the press i think by the way it's important to have some historical context here presidents in the press have rarely gotten along even the founders of our republic thomas jefferson the people who instituted the idea of free press in the first amendment thomas jefferson said the only thing that's believable in the newspaper is the advertisements so there's a very long history jefferson to lincoln to fdr to the present day of very adversarial relationship and in some ways that's okay that's healthy in some ways for the republic what i will say about president trump though in particular i think if you look at this white house briefing room right now and i know most of these people when i talked.

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"junie" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Ability by q three so nobody who works on the model three is a salaried employees well those factory floor staff or probably waged waved employs yeah the party is over where it's just beginning lolita the spanish soccer league has admitted it's up accesses the microphone and gps data of android users the league argues it ask for consent at the point of installer update and at the microphone data it's receiving is code not actual audio and that the data is used to prevent a legal streaming of matches something the organization says costs i don't know one hundred fifty million euros per year so the app store has been downloaded the up in the app store has been delegated ten million times and was updated with the functionality on junie so if you don't allow for the microphone access people can stream to their heart's content i love how they're like yes we got your conversation but it's just code we don't hear you as as a divulging private secrets we just hear code yeah yeah we just don't want make sure you're not a pirate as crazy drm never causes any problems let's talk a little bit more about a light of hope for me as far as standards go patrick digit times reports that analog integrated circuit vendors told it that apple is considering switching from lightning to usb see in its twenty nineteen iphone and ipad releases apple insider notes the report in may suggested apple might ship a usb charger with iphones this year but that would come with a lightning to usb cable.

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"junie" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"The company was actually founded with this visit in nineteen fifty was original pacemaker and the founding of the company is based in this device and here we are sixteen years later seem company disrupts this industry over and over again until we go from there they're both the pacemaker and it's something that we're just incredibly prog right so what are some of the things that are being featured at the analyst well there's a lot more than this this is just one too far far business today another area is the spinal cord stimulator as you know feed management is really shoot and one of the things that we can do is use the same stimulation technology that's used for the heart to actually stimulate the spinal cord and through that you can manage bain on a lot of the opiate addiction comes from spinal cord injuries this way to be able to get around that well on some of them yeah selected sort of segment of patients this does do that work it's still again this technology to is fairly early into its deployment amaze being around a decade or so in the in the junie that bear on it's still fairly early and but this device is really small okay of the smallest raise and and then what happens is that the physician actually as a programmer through which you can manage and track the staticky patient their activities and also program does device gotcha and then and then here we have something that's really interesting which is the the diabetes management system now glucose.

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"junie" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The company was actually founded with this visit in nineteen fifty was original pacemaker and the founding of the company is based in this device and here we are sixteen years later seem company disrupts this industry over and over again until we go from there they're both the pacemaker and it's something that we're just incredibly prog right so what are some of the things that are being featured at the analyst well there's a lot more than this this is just one too far far business today another area is the spinal cord stimulator as you know feed management is really shoot and one of the things that we can do is use the same stimulation technology that's used for the heart to actually stimulate the spinal cord and through that you can manage bain on a lot of the opiate addiction comes from spinal cord injuries this way to be able to get around that well on some of them yeah selected sort of segment of patients this does do that work it's still again this technology to is fairly early into its deployment amaze being around a decade or so in the in the junie that bear on it's still fairly early and but this device is really small okay of the smallest raise and and then what happens is that the physician actually as a programmer through which you can manage and track the staticky patient their activities and also program does device gotcha and then and then here we have something that's really interesting which is the the diabetes management system now glucose.

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"junie" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Do you believe in the public execution of anybody who commits any crime listed as a capital crime in the old testament by which innocent parties gained divorce i think so but okay i'm not sure about the whole list could we restrict it to something but i go to rush uni lists listed it's it's the remember it's on page five four the institute so the reason i think i've been reading institutes for my first for the first time all three of his books you've got well you don't really have to read the first phone and i think bonds kurd out it's the same page i think it's five four and theon and christian ethics depending on which type said version you get he's got the list it's about it's about twenty items okay so you execute anybody who commits those items male or female certainly male well then you don't have to have a divorce the victimized party remarries jesus didn't live in that society jesus lived in a roman society there wasn't any available divorce on that basis so he was trying to deal judicially speaking with what constitutes a divorce if the person has not created a crisis situation for himself by violating one of the capital crimes which would mean it's divorced by execution that's what rush junie talks about what we don't live in that society now frankly i think would probably better if we did but we don't so then the question is on what basis is their divorce in the answer is covenant will death.

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"junie" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Oh all right all right all right all right all right okay okay i tried to think alcohol and ghost bayside the mall and my brother was like stop with alcohol and i was like okay it was idea that's so casper i tried and i was like cassie like i tried it but just junie just june it just like worked better and someone had suggested on the facebook group like oh when you were reading geos go scope you said oh scorpio jupiter's in your house this this month and someone was like why is she not naming the cat jupiter jupiter is in your house and help you adjust to new circumstances and i was like that's fucking perfect so jupiter but juniper but then i was like juniper easier nickname he cute and i've always liked the name june all right jimmy and also emanate were born in june so so it's still a little narcissistic flare little wjm little q jupiter juniper june same thing junie junie b jones the book yet the best book except amelia padillia well we won't talk it we're never gonna stop otherwise the most advanced book i ever read oh really you are able to read it i wasn't even half way oh that's amazing anyway and cosby okay let's talk about bill cosby bill cosby was convicted to your on all counts clink yep congratulations were happy you're gone goodbye get out get out also new kitten what else do i have an alka tries oh shit kansas christ guys this is such a long up so she we just bring that up next week should we we'll bring up trust next week is we're gonna talk about alcatraz next week because his way too long already which means christine and i can't talk about the one thing i've desperately wanna talk about her for another week sorry it's fine it's fine i just want to add before we get onto this shit is that wine and crime are episode comes out this tuesday.

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"junie" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"junie" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Once they are there now bible experts okay well we man isn't that chariot of fire that when the aliens took elijah away bro okay there's that group then there then on the total opposite spectrum there's the guy who's got rush dooney or calvin his albatros avatar on his facebook wall and most of you don't even know who rushed junie was by the way i don't agree with everything rushed uni said brilliant guy i've got like a full library of his works i'd recommend i recommend reading get this recommend reading a wide variety of pinions before determining what you might think my that's nuts were i believe the best selling book ever written said something about wisdom in a multitude of council is that a line in there i believe somewhere in there okay i thought it said just watch fox that's great as it guy fourteen eleven right after many hands make light work just to watch it's great so on the opposite spectrum of pez dispenser sixtynine beyond vox is the guy with rush dooney and calvin as his avatar on his facebook wall all right and they're so there's that guy that guy who thinks he knows everything there is to know and if you don't share every last opinion he has and rather than just i'm not just going to pick on the calvinism with that too that there's also the pre millennial dispensationalist guy i and and did you can't even be like mid trip.

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