19 Burst results for "Kaposi"

"kaposi" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of your resume okay so it's kind of a life okay for a little while ago I've also got the last man well I had the last who's in the country kind of made out of older yeah like plastic bags so you put that in and then I got the next great you could recover the last masters part of lord Russell I'm trying to help let me talk I was having a cigars in covert release party in August so Tom what it is it sounds like the way you're talking about over the weekend it was like it's nothing anyone and I and you and you are you inviting the United States and a hundred seventy five countries and you we're gonna have to go I think you're saying we come to your house more going on so are you guys are you basically try you scratch at the door time trying to get out of the I'm now you know why I've been exercising like you read to go biking again but you know look here in the reality is that J. crew bankruptcy demonstrates just sort of as a highlight there's you know and we'll look at the markets remain mixed there's going to be easy say saying so I'm I'm hopeful that these governors are more flexible and understand the downside to this I mean you have to learn to small business turning now to me directly restaurants operate on razor thin margins and there started most of them by family savings and savings are being wiped out well you're right and here's the other piece of this Thomas have to realize is that to restart the restaurant is like starting the restaurant over again it's not immediately with the exception of furniture for you know the first inspection equipment this is like it is we are stars Kaposi's because they've been taken out capital and trying to stay alive without money a plus they got all that meat in the freezer doesn't stay that long and I don't want the first beer come out of that can I go to is that right beer's been throwing at least in the city I can guarantee good appears going all right and then I want to talk about the stock market.

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"kaposi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"kaposi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In Quebec and big delays once again on northbound I. twenty five heading of the love one to that work at highway thirty four backups back to the Johnstone exit fox thirty one ten point weather partly sunny high fifty seven cloudy tonight with the shower possible thirty four mostly sunny sixty five tomorrow snow for Easter Sunday right now forty seven degrees this report sponsored by ace the helpful place at ace they're committed to helping our communities in this time of need that's why your neighborhood ace remains opens you get the product you're looking for shop in store or online the pick up in store at curbside or have them delivered help is just around the block C. ace hardware dot com for details a report going on Kayley newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM everything you need to know about the corona virus breaking news as it happens send local updates around the clock on KOAA news radio they proud to talk about Dan cap was just a great personal injury lawyer I can say that because over the course of knowing him for almost twenty five years now I've had the occasion to use them I've had my family members that have been involved in in a couple of rather serious injuries I have sent for family and friends to him he's a guy that will stand up and fight for his clients and again if you've had your life turned upside down by a serious injury or maybe the wrongful death of a loved one I can't think of anybody that I would rather have on my side his firm accepts righteous cases at a percentage fee basis so within Kaposi's saying there is his firm's able to represent good.

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"kaposi" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Leaning it be and welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds. Podcast I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thanks for checking out my show and thanks for spreading the word about the good news of listening to Trivia every single day. We'd be doing this show every single day for the last two and a half years or so so there are eight hundred episodes to go back and listen to and I'd love for you to share this episode with a friend of a friend named Kelly. And you're like hey here's some trivia questions about your name that will be very cool of you. Today's episode was written by Ian Solti. Who is a listener? Who has a wife named Kelly and she celebrated a birthday in February? Thank you Ian for sending these questions in Happy Birthday Kelly. I was supposed to record this awhile ago but then the world started to fall apart and things just pile up so we're doing it today and it should be a ton of fun. Eleven questions for you on that name. I was thinking of one of my most famous. Kelly's that I can think of and Kelly Kaposi from saved by the bell would probably be the first one that jumps into my head or Kelly Kapoor from the office. If you're a fan of the office I saw the office just celebrated Fifteen years the other day fifteen years of being show since it premiered in its pilots and also Jan Kaczynski has a pretty cool video. Call some good news S. Japan. Look that up on his youtube channel or the some good news youtube channel and it's him kind of playing like a news anchor at his house reporting on some really cool stories. He found from around the world to try and get people through. What this Corentin Cova lockdown is all about? You know just trying to get people through and lift people's spirits so go watch that video. He also had a great interview with Michael. Scott Himself Steve Carell and his wife on skype and they talk about some of their favorite moments from the show. So it's a pretty cool video. I think you'll enjoy it and I think you'll enjoy today's episode on famous. Kelly's we're going to those eleven questions right now here. We go all right guys here. We go eleven questions on famous. Kelly's from Ian Sheltie see. Here's number one ned. Kelly was an infamous outlaw in Australia in the early eighteen hundreds. What is the generic term for these outlaws in Australia? What is the generic term for outlaws in Australia? Number one number one question number two grace. Kelly left a successful career in Hollywood to become princess of what country when she married Prince. Rainier the third number two grace. Kelly left uh accessible Hollywood career to become princess of what country when she married Prince Rainier. The third question number three coming at you. What Kelly along with her family won a two thousand and two Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program number three what Kelly along with their family. Want to two thousand and two Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program.

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"kaposi" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Probably Science

"Aglow six and seven childhood fevers that you don't really you know eight is Kaposi Sarcoma which is one of the markers of AIDS needs something that often is what do you call co Morbid with Physical Morbid with HIV report it were eight eight so few it's so if you are HIV positive and you suddenly start presenting with Posey's Oklahoma. That is a sign that you're that you're anti ritual. Your antiviral regime name is failing because maybe it's something that a lot of people would express if they had weakened yes so three so three has chickenpox yes so is an shingles. I was GONNA say the same thing so that was gonna be my question so that's why you Varicella Zoster V. so what into what is the sort of common physical structural physical thing the scientists know that like chickenpox and cold saws and so on are are part of the same thing animal so what's and Wilson. lets you know like whatever holes herpes oil. Well have have you is. This is also part of the same. Is it family or genus species so herpes herpes simplex herpes. Maybe maybe he's got a member. How old we all are hang on pulling it up for you okay so just because I don't want to get it wrong because we also did. HIV Chevy in my lab which also has a beautiful caps it so structure of herpes simplex virus is determined herpes generally is determined by its structures also got a specific genome is the genome is made up. You've got DNR RENEE IN A cell. Do you know about your nuclear clear tides and stuff like that so you can have single stranded. You can have double stranded which depends on whether you just have one side of the ladder or both sides of the ladder. If you've ever member double double helix it's like a twisted ladder and some viruses only have one half of the ladder rather than both houses and those are our viruses. I think you can get single stranded Adena. I think don't quote me on that right now. so herpes has an envelope on the outside which I have it has captured on the inside which is shaped like. I don't know it's sort of like I know how to explain the the shape over the radio. It's shaped like a pill but with corners so it's like a little tablet but you know so the the oblong shape of pill but with you know as if made out of metal sheeting like it was in Star Trek everyone kind of has their head of a virus having just like all these excuse ball thinks coming off you don't mean that like the no the caps is on the inside so it kind of it around the DNA so it's inside the envelope. Okay no the bit sticking out on the outside the envelope proteins that help it access to sell all right and goes in and attaches into and then there's different ways of entering a cell L. There's different ways of because of the way that the sell this sell well. Let's talk about animal cells. The basic structure of the animals that just clarifiers can only only enter sell if he's been invited in and it has no reflection yep go just checking yeah virus it. It'll totally be like I got a package. You know all right you know. Can I leave this. It's for your neighbor and you'll be like God livers. Never I never had China. Mi Leo Kidney has to do all work and so all the metaphors. What would we say so. What makes the structure of specifically herpes virus compared to a different type of virus? Okay well okay so it's going to be the types of proteins. You've got in the envelope. It's going to be whether it has an envelope. Were not it's going to be whether it has a captured or not which is which is the capsule that encapsulates the the DNA or the genome on the inside of the virus the shape of that what it's made of whether it exists or not the genome structure whether it's it's like I said segmented like a flu virus weather. It's double stranded single stranded ornate. DNA so all of these different things you probably seen Ebola looks like a key. Do you know when they show you. Pictures Live picture. It's a long thin thing is long thin rope that kind of twist. Swiss on itself and looks a little bit like a key. Oh yeah that does look familiar all sound familiar yeah. I think that's a Bola completely well. We're talking about the genome within a virus obviously that that conveys carries a lot of Information Matt. Wouldn't you say yeah well. This is if you're about the link to the the new great cool says plus calls that we both started on yet this really does and I it's pure hugh a challenge that this happened to be the week that we had rear on the show so we have a sponsor that we're we're big fans of school the grossest plus and for a subscription rate you get access to hundreds of thousands. 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Haven't you seen pirates of the Caribbean aren't they. Ah Don't they are aren't they. They're separate ship. That's battling other existing. Would there be seventeen pirates of the Caribbean movies if that's all there was a cool part three cool enough it just one ship over all those movies like it's turning into fast and furious implant. Here's another one up too big of a society doesn't that go against some of the sort of like Lone Lone Lone Wolf. I think it's a chicken and egg. Are they making them walk the plank and the needing more pirates or are there so many pirates at they're making some walk the plank very good question. How are we going to learn this again. The Great Courses Kill it could learn all this. We are currently and Eli both currently we were just on the science of information information which takes you through the abstraction of what information even is through the computer age but it also talks about and I just I listen to a bit on what I was flip switching between listening to it as a podcast while I was driving in and watching it on my computer when I got home and then we watched TV when she got yeah but we were talking about how DNA is a information in a self replicating foam information and the science credible. That's why viruses so mazing because at the base of all life is A. DNA is is a genome that has the code to everything. That's your library. Three and a virus is just a traveling library. which very doctor who I met DNA is is a piece of information that tells the DOC has the information to create a new person contained within which is the DNA to make another new person yes but not the indentical new person? 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GDPR has changed the way marketers communicate with their customers

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:45 min | 2 years ago

GDPR has changed the way marketers communicate with their customers

"Where over a year into GDP all over in Europe. And it's clear that marketers are still floundering consumers want personalized experiences, but they don't want to give their day to get it. So a marketing to do. And how can I keep that customers happy without a pairing creepy? Now, I recently spoke with Gary Vena choke on these podcast about this very topic. And he said to me, people do not care about privacy. Sure, they say they do, but they don't live. And they always go with experience, convenience and quality of product over privacy, and I thought this was so unpleasant. And it really blew me away and digital experience company. Akwa also tackled. This problem head on and got to the root of recently when they released their closing the ex-cop costumer experience trends report. And in that report, they serve a more than five thousand consumers and five hundred marketers across Australia Europe and North America and findings from that research, sheds light on the perception gap between consumers and marketers and what consumers care about and how mocked his combust reached them. So book elope, and hold on tight. So I can. Femural is all the way to Boston, so we can speak with. Acquis. CMO Lynn Kaposi. So massive. Warm, welcome to the show Lynn Kenny tell the listeners a little about who you are. And what you do. I Neil, thanks for having me. Sure. So name is Lynn Kaposi. I'm the chief marketing officer here at Aquileia, and we are a global company that helps our customers be what I call digital winners. And so we are a digital transformation company, and we provide a platform in

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"kaposi" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"But with aids the focus was on looking for blame. It's not surprising that scientists ended up pointing fingers at gay tone. The people wanted someone to blame as soon as science. Chested. There might be a patient zero the media honed in on this exaggerating the story for the public's ears. When scientists took a sample of Gatanzi blood HIV was certainly present. However, we now know the strain was the same as the one already present in men in New York, the strain that was present before Gaetano even began his career as a flight attendant. The patient zero theory was completely unfounded looking back. Scientists never really even suggested Gaetana was patient zero. If anything it was just a simple slip up likely, the story found its roots in nineteen Eighty-four study that examined forty game than with Kaposi sarcoma or other issues related symptoms and mapped out their sexual partners as it turns out, eight of the forty men had had sex with a nameless flight attendant, four of them lived in New York and four in California. But are nameless flight attendant was nameless. So what did they call him patient? Oh, standing for out of California. Now, I'm sure you don't need a pencil and paper to work out with the letter o. Looks like the entire patient zero phenomenon was due to nothing more than a misread letter. Oh and immense social bias since. There wasn't really an understanding of what HIV aids was it was easy for the media spent spread misconceptions that is when they chose to speak up for the most part the media barely said anything about the disease. The American public turned a blind eye because a gay disease was not a problem for the nation at large. Most Americans didn't even know any openly gay people it was easy to ignore an epidemic that for all. Most people knew was only affecting small segment of the population. The government certainly wasn't saying anything to clarify. What was going on either? And as we know Reagan's press secretary and the press were treating the gay community and their problems as a joke, all the general public really knew was that HIV aids usually infected gay men, and that it was scary. Well, we like to think that our social behavior reacts to our scientific findings. This been a lot of moments in history that baked differ often. It's our science that follows our social climate and perception of an issue's importance if US -ociety at large didn't care about the gay community new. Either with the US government, which meant there would be no funding for response from the scientific community. We just kind of crazy aids was beginning to make it self known as a terminal and spreadable disease affecting young people in the strongest healthiest years of their lives in nineteen eighty one. There were one hundred and fifty nine new cases of the disease reported by nineteen eighty two it grew to seven hundred seventy one just three years after that it had exploded to fifteen thousand five hundred twenty seven cases with twelve thousand five hundred twenty nine deaths, and it was all swept under the rug the nineteen eighty nine Dr Jonathan Mann director of the World Health organizations global program on aids explain that the disease was still growing exponentially in warned of inaction at the end of the nineteen eighties. The world's vulnerability to aids remains and is. Increasing overall the global epidemic is gaining momentum. Major barriers to more effective actions still exist and complacency about aids is spreading worldwide the World Health Organization believes that the world struggle with aids during the nineteen nineties we'll be much more difficult than it has been during the decade of the nineteen eighties. The World Health Organization predicts that by the year, two thousand six million people may have developed aids a tenfold increase over today. Luckily by the nineteen nineties anti retroviral therapies were invented which slowed down the progression of HIV stirring us away from the Berge in of history. Dr Jonathan Mann describes however his claim speak to the severe apathy towards funding HIV aids research and sexual education in the US. Think about an Ebola outbreak hitting the United States. It would be on the front page of every. Paper..

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"kaposi" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Raised by TV

"Call a very special episode where we read a scene from very special episode of a sitcom from the from growing up and this is from save by the bell season. Six episode fourteen. Okay. Wait, I'm gonna cast everyone. Stephanie you're gonna be Lisa Aaron your miss bliss. You have a British accent. Can you handle it? I knew I'd be the you're good at doing accent those. And who's I'm Kelly near Jesse? Okay. Who is Jessie Bana span. Turtle guy. I'll be and I'll do stage directions to. Oh, and I think max, isn't it briefly? I'll be British wasn't. She. She had an accent. I always let Hayley mills just weirdly push action. More than felt like she was like it was sort of. No transcontinental. Accent. Oh this. Yes. Yes. This was from. I mean, they're ridge little show was good morning. Yes. Then we lost her. And then maybe back, okay. Episodes called new parentheses York kid. Lisa Kelly, Jesse and miss bliss are having lunch at the max screech tried to ask me to the Sadie Hawkins dance. Cut him some slack. He probably thought it was the Stephen hawking dance say do you can stay was full in the Lil Abner strip. Oh, miss bliss. Don't turn this into a class. Laugh. Hey, kelly. You've been pretty quiet. Yeah. You can ask back to the dance not this year. I've got my eyes on something bigger. A believe is you teach. I'm saying this dish girl who is it. You know, the new kid from New York is in his name like pots and pans or some. Yeah. It is football nickname. I don't really get it. But he's cute as heck. He's in my Trig class. He's pretty handsome and knows all the answers. No way the new kid. He works at the Jan see at the mall. I saw him given free giving free creating creating to a homeless guy. He's a hero just than max walks over to drop off some food. Here are some onion rings for you ladies, older any onion rings there actually from that guy over there, max points to a bearded high school student in shorts Hawaiian shirt and backwards backwards at the girls and max all start ogling pots and pans. Oh my God. Is that him Kelly? He is so hot. He's like bigger than any of the teacher. But I think I met in a good way. He's bigger than this, Mr. bliss. Miss bliss. Playoff ladies. He's all mine. I'm Kelly Kaposi and Kelly post gets what she wants and Kelly capacity wants to set her dishwasher to putz pants God. Even I'm attracted to him. And I'm an adult miss bliss raises a previously unseen glass of white wine. Yeah. What the hell? Just reading. Oh shit. He's coming over here. I'm gonna faint like a fan at Zach attack show. How hair like it would be way too much work to do every day before high school in pots pans, walk slowly up to the table. He's a big boy with a belly. There's something special to this guy. He looks almost forty but dresses like he is fifteen high gals. My name's Johnny. But everyone calls me pots and pans. I'm lisa. I mean, I'm Jesse. I am Lisa. Nice to meet you pots and pans. Miss bliss. But you can call me carry and pots and pans turns to Kelly, and who are you. I'm Kelly, but you can call me horny. I mean, Kelly nice to meet you fucking, right? Just finishing. Knows a real episode say by the bell nice to meet you all do you guys know, do you know, where guy can get a decent slice.

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"kaposi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And now he's in remission is PSA. Is zero he's doing well. He has good quality of life and he's pleased about his decision. And obviously we like people who are pleased about their decisions out here about another man whose pleased. He's eighty years old. He has campuses sarcoma and well Kaposi's disease of the skin kind of cancer the skin. There's some people have campuses who are from the Mediterranean basin. Some people campuses related to other conditions is fan had from his origin. And he had painful raised lesions, and he wished us to treat him and we treated his skin cancer. We treat many skin cancers. We also treat many basal cell cancers and squamous cancers. Many are the face and many people come to us because they just do not want radical surgery. They don't want Moes MOH as most surgery because it can be so deforming as like slicing a salami most surgery is sliced sliced sliced sliced sliced supposedly to the last cancer sow although we know that human I can't really see the last cancer cell. So. Man came to us for his campuses. But we also treat many squamous cells of basil so cancers and Karotoa kept home of the skin around the nose and eyes here's mouth, but also at other areas, the arms legs hands and feet, and I've had people even on the backs have a woman recently treated with a skin cancer on her buttocks. And she did not want to have surgery on her buttocks at a man recently who had skin cancer at six of his toes at another facility. They were going to amputate his toes until he learned about our work and all six toes were transfers skin cancer, and he tuition remission, but other men right now who has a big cancer on his scalp. He's a bald man and is about the size of a quarter squamous cancer on his scalp, and we're treating him. So we can avoid radical surgery. Also. So we see many many people with skin cancers and have a vast experience of a whole team. It works on skin cancers and skin. Cancer patients. So if you have a skin cancers question, you're welcome to give us a call or come in our number again is two two choices in that booklet, if you call our office and asked for a book that you'll see examples of skin cancers before and after round the is years nose and mouth is lots of examples and lots of experience here at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Broadway at thirty eighth street in New York City, but I'm such a leader military short break. We'll be right back. Don't be afraid to leave your cancer treatment. When it's not working don't be afraid to leave your cancer treatment when it's not tolerated. Some people are afraid to leave the big boys, even when they're cancer grows. No reason to be afraid plenty of people with cancer are pleasantly surprised to learn about all cancer options with Dr Liederman, we're not afraid to discuss all cancer treatment options..

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"kaposi" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"It's not the first thing you think of when you think of Johnson and Johnson. But yeah, I would I would just urge anybody who's listening. Checkout Johnson Johnson's website, just some great stuff, and it's just mind blowing that everything that you guys are into on this show if I could get back to Jennifer Aniston and a Kidman for just a second. We we've had a lot of lot of celebrities call in and it's so nice that despite what everybody thinks or despite your viewpoint on on anything political. I think we can all agree on we all support the troops. And we've really been fortunate here in the past few months for a great number of celebrities to call in and voice that support for the troops. Bradley Cooper was fantastic. I mean, we've had some really good folks in I know, our one of our show advisors. John Kaposi who I think, you know, actually had request into both Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman for interviews. And we're waiting for their publicist to respond unless you'd like to make a phone. Call alex. Well, hey, we'll definitely see. We can do. But you're right. You know, I think it's fantastic that sell many people really whether it's a cross industry. Celebrities. You know are making a stand for the men and women frankly who protect that. Yup. And who serve our country each and every day because without them. We couldn't be doing what we're doing. You're right. They made a. They may all Bevin made a tremendous sacrifice. And frankly, it's our responsibility to make sure that we're helping that. Well, thank you so much for your service. Thank you for what you're doing captain, Alex Gorski. And thank you so much for the time today. Next time, you're in Kansas City. Let me show you the new barbecue places. Okay. I will definitely take you up on that got it again. Thanks to all those listening for all that you've done for our country. Thank you so much have a great weekend. Thank you. Okay. Bye doubt. We'll be right back.

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'Saved by the Bell' star Tiffani Thiessen has a travel-inspired cookbook on deck

Frank Fontana

02:22 min | 2 years ago

'Saved by the Bell' star Tiffani Thiessen has a travel-inspired cookbook on deck

"As rarely you'll be thrilled to know that a star from saved by, the bell has a new cookbook Oh yeah she has a showing the cooking channel Yeah yeah And She's she's, been how long has she been on the food number for a few years? Now. Right I think. So. Yeah. Yeah her show is on on. Weekends I think I'm not. Mistaken I think like weekends on Sundays or, something But sixteen year old Tiffany and began learning about French wine on? Press. Tours saved by. The. Bell. Crew back in the early nineteen. Nineties when the American sitcom. Was soaking up big moment in the spotlight It was in France Italy Belgium and. Holland that peace and a team star for her role is playing Kelly Kaposi on the aforementioned series was, introduced a new cuisines and unfamiliar flavors not yet of legal drinking age in, the states in Europe these could let her have her wine. And drink it too often with cheese and other appropriate food pairings What are they start drinking they start drinking wine eight In, a What do you have a wine glass of wine Peruse the recipe section of her website and blog and you'll see that her tastes are wide, ranging reflection from, her, time, abroad, from roasted vegetables lasagna to blueberry, Thai basil. Tart to balls about about Salman glazed barbecued ribs Seasons offerings, are diverse Admits she's lucky to have had those travel experiences as a teenager, while most ordinary teams we're thinking about pop quizzes and prom These in was falling. Hard for the, food of the, world and though it would be years before she would dive into the lifestyle via her blog. And before that her dinner parties the seed was, planted during her time in Europe with the saved by saved by the bell. Cast people can tell when things aren't. Real organic these and wants to make it clear that she's always been passionate about food my love for food is purely organic she tells the group gathered at the blogger eighteen conference for her baking bread is as much is is about so much more than, just eating and developing her forthcoming cookbook Was about so much. More than compiling recipes putting a cookbook together is like birthing a child with four hard corners good

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"kaposi" Discussed on ShopTalk

ShopTalk

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on ShopTalk

"I couldn't just put this on mpm and install it because those are gonna live in node module. Or whatever. I can't like easily make customization there, but the only classes that were like truly surviving from project to project where the really low level stuff that pretty much just mapped to a single CSS property, like margin left this or z. index, that sort of stuff. Okay. So you so you're like, oh, I totally follow. You're like, I can't. You want to be able to end PM install something you what you're thinking of this. I want my some kind of style framework thing to be a dependency that isn't monkey with. It's exactly. Yeah, it is. Yeah. And so I don't know what's there's a couple of different approaches to that, but you picked one one way? Yeah. So we started it as a last framework with the same sort of bootstrap approach. We'd have just like variables file and because the amount of customization that we wanted to be able to provide, I was just doing things with less that I don't know that anybody else has ever done and just like trying to hack around it in a way that was just so pain, you'll unless where it was like maybe you have like a thousand classes and but they're not when you compile less, they don't compile like incest. That's the thing with the. I don't know the number sign, I guess. Classes in less, isn't there like an just like you can like import a style sheet that's only for extending from yet, can do like import reference or something like that. Right. So you're you're authored style. She could just be using it as like, you know, dot class, you know, just a mix. Just wanted like a mix in library for sure. Then you could do that, but then you'd be on the hook for defining all these classes that you actually want to use in your HTML yourself. Right? Oh, sure. Yeah. So, I mean, the challenges were things like with less, there's no loops or anything like you haven't Sast, right? So you have to do all this crazy recur sive mixing stuff to generate classes and stuff like that. And it just started getting really, really hairy and then a buddy of mine. David Hempel who's also a core contributor to the project. Tell me about some Pocius stuff and Posey assess is one of those projects where I think like everyone kind of knows at a super high abstract level, like what it is, you know, it's like, okay, it's a thing for processing CSS and changing it after it's done, but it's not a pre processor. It's a post processor and you get like an abstract, syntax tree, and you can walk it and change. And it's like, okay, I see how that's cool. I see how that's like useful for tools like auto prefix her, but I haven't really seen anyone. Talk about like, how do I make this crazy customize? We'll see us framework using post-season like, what are the? What are the tools that post says? Gives me to generate my own classes or provide configuration and stuff like that. So my buddy David who had messed around with it, kind of like opened the doors for me there in terms of explaining what your options were and basically the gist of it is. You have at rules and CSS. Right? Like immediate media or like at char set or that's sort of thing. Pocius can parse anything that looks like an out rule, even if it's not like an officially spec support at rule, and when you're walking attracts interacts tree, you can see, okay. Well, here's like anarchists at tailwind rule, and I can just like delete it and put in any CSS I want instead. And when he sort of showed me like this approach to like at rules are kind of like your secret backdoor into like doing whatever you want in here, like dropping these little markers. My wheels started turning a little bit because. All the problems that I was having trying to use like last, which is meant to be like a declarative styling language as like this really intense programming language. All those problems go away when I can just write the whole thing in JavaScript. You know what I mean? Yes. So I moved to basically writing the whole thing as Kaposi assess, plug in where all of your CSS is generated from Java scrip- based configurations, kind of similar to what you'd have like a web pack fake..

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"kaposi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That people with aids but i was very aware of aids and i was very weather aids would could take you out and you have to be careful when aid started people were getting sick with sarcoma kaposi succumb is that correct capacity sarcoma it was very under mystery it was very unusual and i was reading everything i could about it and people were dying and going away and i thought this is very very heavy so this is another moment to pull back from people and i never really really really got involved with people ever ever i had great emotional experiences contacts with very strong strong people these people are wonderful i've had more emotional and physical contact with women than with men and i will not name the women but they had been famous swimming so there you are that's all you need to know terry okay so during the course of this interview you've mentioned your father and your grandmother i don't think you've mentioned your mother what my mother she was a part of my life and my father mother divorced when i was nine years old and my mother was very much in my life name was amaral tally and she died in twenty fifteen twenty fourteen twenty fifteen she's buried in a cemetery in beautifully the ornament of the crave marcus i spent a great deal of time designing it and costs a lot of money and her funeral service was one of the most beautiful services mounts.

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"kaposi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Shoot past toronto comes back the other way pullman is really good put the league defensively down and he couldn't shoot it mattie you couldn't pass it so he tried that spin around and passing it behind his back which didn't work the devils awake said to a standing ovation as drilling walkout big after one they tie things up and and taken the lead it's too on after forty oh my this team just keeps delivering delivering they could've kinda folded or at least maybe backed off a little sagged after giving up the one nothing lead but he just kept coming and then patrick do brilliant assists incredible shot by powell zaka the diet and then a jam by mild ward is pretty tough to stop from getting to the front of the net and that's what's nice about dako man that's the kind of reward that the coaches could point to when they tell the players drive the net drive the net that's where you get rewarded miles would and that's a good coaching moment so goals buys would hearing the devils the to one lead after two who scored the goal to tie things up joins us downstairs volvo just talk a little bit about that little go tell us about what patrick maroon is able to do on that way and what he's been able to do on that line yeah i mean we we know that he's your early strong and smart guy and he sure today in a couple of kaposi's we had their own i gave him the bug there and he made great play saucer over defenseman and scored and scored and and the you know it was just you can see he's really strong and but you can read the play real well finding what do you wide open well you told a lot shoot the puck i even say it to matty could he could shoot from those bad angles not that that was terrible.

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"kaposi" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Gonna get you into see not the modest right away so they went to the ophthalmologist a week later they got into see not the mal just and after mal just identified a tumor on the surface of the litter goals i above the pupil it was called a conjunctiva tumor and you see a picture of it in the research article is big ugly mucus he looking tumor and the diagnosis they gave for that was kaposi sarcoma which comes from hiv but the mother was hiv negative so they will wait a minute so what is this and and so excuse me the mother was hiv positive the little girl's blood was hiv negative so say wait a minute this isn't kaposi sarcoma what is this and they wanted to do biopsy they wanted snip out a little piece of the i look at under microscope and they told the parents we have to put your daughter under general anaesthetic will do it now we'll get no no no no our daughter had a reaction to the general anaesthetic a week ago and she's not quite fully recover please give us a few days so she can fully recover before we do this again to her we will come back and so they came back a week later the at the mall just was about to do about to put her under a general and he looked at her i wait a minute and he pulled out the picture he had taken the week before and he said this tumor is smaller and you see the picture the original picture you see the picture a week later and so he didn't do the biopsy so well let's just see what's happening here and then you see the picture two months later the tumor is gone completely gone and the only thing different they did was the day that little girl was diagnosed with sealy disease they put her on a week free diet nothing else no drugs no met nothing they just put on a wheat free diet which completely resolved the conjunctiva tumor misdiagnosis kaposi sarcoma and there are hundreds of case studies like that that if you have celia disease it can.

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"kaposi" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"A can of worms roll them feed heat everything else but the can of worms x nypd kaposi vega provided a vivid example of the problem last week when he sued for jobrelated disability pension because us wade had soared from one eighty i'll then i put in the 360 he was more than ninety pruna 395 after seventeen years on the force so it's not just jose who's a problem uh they believe new york city's the gut the fattest cups in the country nypd sources blamed the situation on the lack of any fitness mandate once cops leave the police academy now you see them that's what happens hair well that had they're not gonna happen any of us you know you've you've ura you have gym class an eighth grade and you're running around your active you're running around your active then he kinda you slack off a little bit in high school unless you're an athlete like i was play tennis on top lincoln tunnel perry than in the fumes are there to fuse a fumes and that there what happens fda graduate high school i'll thing you don't unless you're yulia run around the world uh but a lot of people just kinda sloth often there's no real regular exercise regimen so i guess the cops do the same thing down in new york they go to the academy there in shake that look great coming up and then over time if nobody's you know holding a feet to the fire uh they start to put it on because you know again there's a lot eat new york i'd gene it's everywhere ryan does get a different food you annouce establishment on every corner you can be on like 48 than six than this a beautiful jura place there and you haven't you're having euros a jibe at a dow district as a hot dog guy that pretzels that chest nods then there's some greek know stuff it's secret understanding happening a variety is immense said that so at eight and a half in new york what was that jason at home president obama's brand jay z yeah jason he's a good example for the kids as they give readers lyrics have you with now then i got to say we have any fact cups around here we must must be a few.

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"kaposi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Because kaposi his so abstract i mean you could do anything you just put your hands down on a key word abut bomb and that could be the start of something as that that that donald was who beta so he looked for idea which led him to pieces like the pied piper fantasy built around the famous story and written for the flute nestor james galway away who also solos on ten whistle he wrote a clarinet consider with the idea of taking to its limits that particular instrument i just decided on going to go into a direction abandoned the i may never have been done before but i'm going to do it after the clarinet consider abandoning all was plagued by the la philharmonic filmmaker ken russell ankle he said vast amount i want to write his alter states peace because i want it to be his wild as commutes just completely out so he got the assign that the score that movie offered states ninety eight about a scientists efforts to unlock different states of consciousness kind of a composers green jobs but circling back to the red violin that was a truly fascinating departure for him girl yano thought he had composing all figured out i tend to be very critical of things i'm writing i just don't right up until this correct and then i put it on paper he outlines each piece knowing its structure and its highs and lows before writing a note of music like a script for a peace and he rarely indulges in romantic melody's like the ones he heard in his childhood plagued by his violinist father but here he was writing music for a movie about a violin and it called for really lyrically beautiful sea and i was given permission in says by the movie too right.

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"kaposi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The back through custom a cancer hepatitis b and c which causes liver cancer herpes which is linked to kaposi sarcoma that we see in hiv patients hiv linked to lymphoma and kaposi sarcoma and human papilloma virus and human papilloma virus that's a bad one oral cancer throw cancer penis penal cancer vaginal cancer are cervical cancer and cancer so the team calculated that forty two percent of all cancer cases and forty five point one percent of deaths or more than two hundred sixty five thousand of the first half a million looked that were linked to preventable factors so cigarette smoking was huge body weight alcohol fiscal and activity exercise yet i get off your buds people you know so sambra's factors affected cancer in men more than women like smoking rates historically higher admitted women so it was no surprise of cigarette smoke into canada for more than twenty three percent of all cancers and men but fourteen point five percent of cancers in women told seemed to be more of a culprit for men than women now why is that our men's lungs more sensitive than women's two men inhale more two men have a bigger titled volume of air that they inhale more so maybe they get and more particular are women smoking for different reasons than men are men smoking for stress and women smoking for appetite issues so when a woman finishes were smoke you know she has a couple puff physical appetites down i could stop whereas man's like one of my stresses that god's i'm going to finish my cigarette this very interesting to look at the patterns which with white men and women smoke something to look at of course women oppressed so they're gonna probably a more breast cancer but men have pressed issue in men could have breast cancer as well wide little exercise definitely affected with that and cancer rates are declining we are going down with cancer rates because we're julie pap smears were joined mammograms were doing pierce ace to check the prostate were doing colonoscopy please but they are seen that one point six million new cases are expected this year with six hundred thousand deaths in.

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"kaposi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Stomach cancer the bacteria custom of cancer hepatitis b and c which causes liver cancer herpes which is linked to kaposi sarcoma that we see in hiv patients hiv linked to win and kaposi sarcoma and human papilloma virus a given peplum of ours that's a bad one oral cancer throat cancer penis penile cancer vaginal cancelling our cervical cancer and vaginal cancer so the team calculated that forty two percent of all cancer cases and forty five point one percent of deaths or more than two hundred sixty five thousand of the first half a million looked that one linked to preventable factors so cigarette smoking was huge body weight alcohol fiscal in activity exercise yet i get off your butts people now so sambra's factors affected cancer admitted more than women like smoking rates historically higher admitting women so it was no big to cigarette smoke into canada from where the 23 percent of all cancers and men but fourteen point five percent of cancers in women told seemed to be more of a culprit for men than women now is at our men's lungs more sensitive women's two men inhale are two men have a bigger titled volume of air inhale more so maybe they get in were particular it's our women smoking for different reasons than men armed shall keep for stress and women smoking for appetite issues so when a woman finishes her smoke you know she has a couple puff she's like oh my appetites down i could stop raza man's like one of my stress as a god i'm going to finish my cigarette this very interesting to look at the patterns which with white men and women smoke something to look at of course women oppressed so they're probably have more cancer but men have pressed issue of mental a breast cancer as well but little exercise definitely affected with that cancer rates are declining we are going down with cancer rates because we're doing pap smears were julian mammograms were dui pierce tsa's to kick the prostate were doing colonoscopy but they are saying that one point six million new cases are expected this year with six hundred thousand deaths in the us so well we need to get off provides we need to try to avoid hepatitis try to avoid each pegged if you or young enough to get the hpv vaccine gagged if you can't at the vaccine because rover 26 avoid oral sex madigage tv at.

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"kaposi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"kaposi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the meantime major league baseball on espn radio the studio to baseball tonight post game zhou nationals wayne three up thing no one will remember that brooklyn hit harper with a fastball dow heart reports about whatever the core gonna need barak punches thrown is it a baseball stand around grab him fight there were hawks ride hearts brice harper throw a helmet debt landed at second base he may have to work on that hunters strickland land that are right now harper's face harper landed a right just strickland space eduardo peres had the call the television side for espn concerning understand where people are thinking well you're looking at a ninety eight mph pitch coming at you that's a project though i get the part the good thing was the hunter strickland lease through truth the old but again now coming out of it won't flat global growth flouting man houston word i hope racine work with you have to go ahead that's a big nobel that's where the commission will come down wrong let's were joke tori the rest of the crew that makes the decisions giga heavy while a head suspension the price per it's a tough one with three guys whole dealt other strickland he's a good guy so what your throughout circulations that i made with it was not only both kaposi put the worst it's time for the that good clinical l the port were became a quite a lot of brawl they didn't hold back harper that was that was the park the to me being a part of a lot of these brawl.

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