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What happens during a lockdown at San Quentin?

Ear Hustle

01:47 min | 4 months ago

What happens during a lockdown at San Quentin?

"So happy to be back. We got so much to talk about but dammit we are far behind. We are seriously behind schedule. And it's not our fault though this summer when we were supposed to be getting ahead of our new stories. San Quinn went on lockdown. You'd never know when it's GonNa hit but lockdowns do happen even here. In Sunny San Quentin lockdowns happen when the administration deems there's a credible threat to the safety and security of the institution like when keys. Go missing or they're looking for weapon either way a prison wise search begins and we prisoners or stuck in ourselves. Can't go to class can't go to the yard. Kengo to our jobs for three weeks. Nigel as you know here. Hustle was on ice. Oh I know because I couldn't come in you and I couldn't communicate and basically we couldn't do a bunch of the interviews for season three but for first episode. We're going to take that lemon and you're gonNA make some lemonade bomb as lemonade with a gang of sugar ear. Hustle is about what it's like to be imprisoned so our first episode is about what is like to be in a prison lockdown and as soon as that summer lockdown was over. We started recording. I love Graham crackers. Banana and peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches and a lot of other guys man. They really talked about food. During the lockdown. I mean a lot or you know one day you may Graham crackers so you gotta hold onto the Graham crackers. Then the next you'll get a banana so you save that and then when you get your peanut butter and Jelly you can make a Graham cracker peanut butter and Banana Sandwich. Jelly Sandwich and those are the best

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Secrets of a Kaggle Grandmaster with David Odaibo

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:25 min | 4 months ago

Secrets of a Kaggle Grandmaster with David Odaibo

"All right everyone. I am on the line with David. Dipoto David is co founder and CTO of Analytical Ai as well as a Kengo Grandmaster David. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you SAM. Happy to be here what? I'm really looking forward to this chat. I think this is the first Time I've had a sibling on the show. I interviewed your brother. Stephen Dipoto back in July of last year where we were talking about retinal image generation and he was up on twitter recently. Talking you up in your conquest on capital and I thought man. I've got to get this conversation as well. So congratulations for being the first sibling. At least to my knowledge on the PODCASTS. Ed Thank you. Why don't we start by having you share a little bit about your background? How did you come to work on machine learning when I started my PhD? I was interested in machine learning. I wasn't quite sure where to go back then. Those a lot of literature review a lot of digging around and back. Then you know I read a lot of papers. I I kind of tried to get a sense of where to go to get useful information and a K go kept creeping up and coming up in various in various things I read and so I finally join cable and the kind of a kind of put it gave me an opportunity to put some of that Theoretical background into practice and it made a lot of things made a lot more sense when you actually practice. So what were you studying for European? I was looking to investigate. Deep learning medical imaging and how the advances in deep learning at the time could be applied to various medically mission problems. And that sounds like an interesting runs in the family. Yeah yeah he does you know besides from any kind of genetic contribution what sparked your interest in that I wanted actually the first Niro network I have. I wanted to see if I could build something to recognize facing an image and this was actually before I started my I might these topic and so that was really how I got really interested in machine learning. Because we're something that was kind of blindly doing and you know as you're digging around. I wrote my first neural network in in C. SHARP. Which was it worked horribly. And this was in twenty twelve and you know That kind of made me realize that you read about how neural networks you work and all these things but you never really. I never really knew at the time. What the appropriate frameworks to us. And and and how you go about it basically so So wh why C. Sharp Microsoft developed a Microsoft. I was at Microsoft Enterprise. Divall bright had the Microsoft certifications and stuff so I was pretty good that C. Sharp at the time so I think. Let me let me try to do this. Sharp annual is just the absolute wrong idea. Wrong approach to us at the time. But you know if you have a hammer you know. He tried to so. If I'm putting the pieces together correctly you were the Microsoft enterprise developer before you went back. What prompted you to go back for your date. Well it's something I always wanted to do. You know after I got my masters I worked in industry a little bit and I always knew I needed to kind of pivot back and and complete being she so I was kind of it was something I was in the plans before a by one or two after being in school for so long Oregon gained some experience. Yeah Nice and so. He started working on neural networks. In C- Sharpen Hanegev. Banged Away with that hammer that you you had and it was. It was absolutely wrong today. I just didn't know where to go where to start back. Then you kind of were pursuing this formal research and education with the PAC but then you realize that there was can have a practical complement to that in Cagle How did you with you know once you can create an account and join cagle quote unquote like? How did you actually start? Did you just jump in and do a competition so I actually created my account for the first time I think it was two thousand fourteen? Two Thousand Fifteen And I think actually I I looked around I read. I didn't actually start competing too. You're later okay. So I I joined and then I just poked around and then later on I kept working on my stuff and I got better at it. I kind of identified. The right frameworks to us. I got a little bit more comfortable and then I think I did my first competition in in two thousand sixteen. And and that was that data sizable at the time that one was for trying to detect the volume of of of education in In heart cardiograms are so that was my first competition and that competition. I did okay. You know but I didn't do really well but it was good experience kind of got my feet but Yeah and were you. We had you partnered up with folks for that one or were you working independently. Yeah those are the other guy that we're a Jason Zinc where both in the same program and we're both doing kind of Medically mentioned so. We went into that competition together. Okay Cool and so that was twenty. Sixteen fast forward to twenty twenty and you've seen quite a bit of success in competitions. Can you talk about some of the your Maurice Results or the results that you're most proud of yeah so Shortly after that competition there's another one that was For also medical imaging related competition. It was for segmenting ultrasound images in the neck and there was Fortunately for me That competition is actually becomes bested. So there was a there was a new architecture. New Paper that was written on this thing called. An encoder Dakota network is called a unit and it hadn't really been used on cable before met architecture and had read the paper about the architecture and when I read the paper because I thought about this too you know like how do you say maintenance something I've been thinking about. But when I read that favor the ideas and the in the paper made a lot of sense and it almost seems so obvious that that was what you're supposed to do to segment images volition neural networks way. Try to preserve You try to preserve the localization information from the images and things so that paper really sparked my interest. I I read it. I was I was a fan of that. And this competition came up and somebody mentioned it and Back there knows a framework called LASAGNA and Theon oh and those frameworks are deprecated now but back. Then those actually what? I did what I used and I I. I said okay. I'M GONNA give it a shot. I'm try I'M GONNA try to implement this unit architecture and I did and I had no hope of actually doing well in that competition but I said let me give it a shot I implemented. I trained the network and to my surprise it worked and I was so I was just so happy that it worked. I had no idea I was going to finish second place in the competition so so that's probably the one most proud of because I had to hack a lot of things back. Then you know there was two thousand. Sixteen there was there was no there are not a lot of best practices and how you do segmentation even back there so there was this. A lot of the frameworks out. There had not specified how date augmentation mention. You know for imaging masks because when you train when you train segmentation networks to avoid over fit in you have to manage the image and the mask together and you have to find the right kind of maintain strategies and things like that so I have those. I created a good argumentation strategy. Good argumentation framework. And you know. I saw a lot of people in challenge struggling with this idea. You know and they were probably implementing two right augmentation strategies because Like I said this was the first time to use his unit in this competition. But I was kind of a little bit ahead of the game back then and So yeah so I finished in second place annuals. It was probably the proudest challenge.

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"kengo" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"kengo" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

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"kengo" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"kengo" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"A run in them tonight? We'll see hill in the frontcourt passes top of the key. I spent. Now hill top of the key. Again, is it up to Appleby of a left wing topic? Highsmith now triples down the lane running one hander around out rebound, Niagara prochet comes out of there. And he'll run across half court top of the key passes to Kengo champs at home. But wait a minute traveling all gig. Oh, that's a dagger. He had a duck to make it a six point game. But he shuffled the feet before. He get throw it down after a nice feed by prochet to get it to him. He just couldn't finish and a score remained sixty eight sixty with four thirty left's air come the Vikings defensive stop time now for Niagara Appleby with the dribble. Top of the key passes to hill. Who dumps it down low the paint Highsmith now Eichelberger underneath lays it up and. Seventy sixty Cleveland state in front front court Sullivan. The lane lays it up. No good talents. With the rebound goes out of bounds, though. And it's off of Cleveland state. Niagara basketball trailing by ten take checks in. Salomon sits down. Chris Casey that goats trying to find the right combination. Tear down the stretch. Prochet to went down on the baseline. Gang. Looking dumps into the corner to rob and has passed his stolen then tipped out of bounds off of rob. Green. We'll check back in for Niagara. Rob will come to the bench. Seventy sixty. Tempers little high with four four remaining. Cleveland state out front. Frontcourt. Appleby guarded tightly by towns. Appleby still with the dribble near the top of the key still with it into the lane dumps and underneath tipped stolen vita Agra. Prochet comes out of their races up the floor dishes to green and green traveled on the baseline. The purple eagles avenue a tough time traveling violations here late time out.

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"kengo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Eight one three eight, one one professor Paul Kengo on how are you sir grove City. University welcome back hey. Mark good to be back thanks all? Right listen you you we have this article? Today politico pointing out that this Russian woman is akin to Alger hiss now. This can't. Be true can't it no no I'll tell you that that would really floored me I I mean. It just shows like you and I were talking. About the other day how people on the left have. Just gone to hysterical proportions on this and, I mean for one. Thing I wear to start on this but first of all Alger hiss was an American working for, the government you know working for the State Department among other things. And this, woman's, not an American Right I mean she's she's she's a Russian but. But to I mean to give you just one idea. Of kind of for starters what what his was doing and how this, is, in, no way comparable, I, mean his in the nineteen thirties and and this what's, the? Hiss Whittaker chambers. Case became. All, about, that was a case. Of. Went from. About, nineteen, forty, eight to nineteen fifty but. This, was a government official he illegally classified files from his State Department office what he would. Do Mark? Is. He, he would wait until. The end of the day when when everybody, last and there was maybe a secretary there who trusted him and he would put the documents and his briefcase and then he took these documents. Home and he gave them to his wife Priscilla and then Priscilla, would type up duplicates, up these documents these classified documents and then they. Would be, delivered to the Soviets and then this would, bring him back the next morning And and the Currier if you will who did this was Whittaker chambers and chambers who. And this is right out of. The biography of Whittaker chambers by Sam Tannen house. To the old New York Times the, guy who's a liberal and a very good story and wrote a really good biography of chambers but chambers said under oath that he was a Currier for these documents from his. Quote at least fifty two times unquote and chambers would take these to a, Soviet, agent named Boris Bykov who would then deliver them to, the Kremlin so, this Maria duty no who I read what they've. Said about her and I'm trying to figure out what What exactly she did that was so the theory but I can tell you this she. Didn't do nearly anything? As, bad as what Alger hiss did his government, in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties It? Is, amazing because even. In this, political article you don't know what she did he doesn't tell us what she did and he really, doesn't? Tell us what his does in any significant way does he no he really doesn't I. Mean I guess, his credit he he gets he gets a. Lot of the his- sort of basic facts right but but it's kind of what he, does? With them and where it goes from there. That's the problem but is. Off the top of my head but I think he. Pointed out that that has? Went to jail for about four, years right I, think he was convicted in nineteen fifty he was convicted for. Perjury these are the kind of details that are in there where did he perjure himself he perjured himself before a jury a, grand jury and that's that's in fact what. He went to prison. For and probably the only, funny thing that that has ever. Setter dead was he said that four years in federal prison in Lewisburg Pennsylvania was an excellent corrective to four years Harvard But here's the. Thing here's was defended almost right to the end by many Democrats and leftists and newspapers in this country. Yet, no it's absolutely right there is a thought he was. Railroaded, yeah they. Did there is an algebra his, chair or at least there used to be a Bard. College Eligible his has been defended by the left from from the very beginning nineteen forty for decades and, I think it was the the, late Arthur Slesinger who was a male on the left but the so-called pretty honest pretty honest liberal and he even said something to the effect, of well we and. All about Algiers friends, knew that he was guilty but but we we remained as friends anyway but but even then I there. There's, a lot of people on the left that absolutely refuse. To, to admit..

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"kengo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eight one three eight. One one, professor Paul Kengo on how are you sir, grove City University welcome back hey Mark good to be back thanks all right listen. You you we have, this, article, today, politico, pointing out that this Russian woman is akin to algebra. His now this can't be true no no I'll tell you that that would really. Floored I mean. It just shows, like, you, and, I were. Talking about the other day, how, people on the left have, just, gone, to hysterical proportions on, this and I mean, for, one, thing I don't know where. To start a mess but, first of all outer was, an, American, working, for, the government you know working for the State Department among. Other things, and, this, woman, not, an American She's she's she's a Russian but but to give you one idea of kind of for starters. What what his was doing and how this is in no way comparable, I, mean, this, in the, nineteen, thirties and and this is what the hiss Whittaker chambers, case? Became all about. That was. The, case, of went from about. Nineteen. Forty eight. To, nineteen, fifty, but hits was a government. Official, he illegally took classified files from his State Department office what he. Would do Mark is. He, he, would wait until the end of the day. When when, everybody laughed and there was maybe a secretary there who trusted him and he would put the documents in his briefcase and then he took these. Documents home and he gave them, to his wife Priscilla and then Priscilla would, type up duplicates of, these documents he's classified documents and then they. Would be, delivered to the Soviets and then his would bring him back the next morning And and the courier if you will who did this was Whittaker chambers and, and chambers who this is right. Out of the biography of Whittaker chambers by Sam Tannen. House to the old New York Times, and the guy who was a liberal and a very good historian wrote a really good biography of chambers but chambers said under oath that he was a Currier for these documents. From his quote at least fifty two times unquote and chambers would take these, two, Soviet agent named Boris Bykov who would then deliver them. To the Kremlin, so this Maria duty no who read what they've said about her and I'm trying to figure out what What exactly she did that was so the various but I can tell you this she didn't do. Nearly anything as bad? As, what Alger hiss did the his government, in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties It, is amazing because. Even in, this political article you don't know what she did he doesn't tell us what she did and he, really, doesn't tell us what his does in any significant way does he no he really doesn't. I mean I, guess who is credited. He gets he gets a lot of the hip sort of basic facts right, but? But it's kind of what he does with. Them and where he goes. From there that's the problem but is up top he think he pointed out that that? Went, to jail for about four years, right I think, he was convicted in nineteen fifty it was convicted for perjury. These are the kind of details that are in there and where did he perjure himself he he perjured himself before a jury a, grand jury and that's that's in fact what he went to prison for and probably the only funny, thing that that has ever setter. Dead was he said that four years in a federal prison in Lewisburg Pennsylvania was an excellent corrective to four years of Harbored But here's the. Thing here's was defended almost right to the end by many Democrats and leftists in newspapers in this country No absolutely right there is a hey thought, he was railroaded yeah. They did there is an algebra his chair or at least there used to be a Bard college Alter his. Has been, defended by the, wealth from. From the very, beginning, in nineteen forty for. Decades, and I. Think it was the late Arthur, Slesinger who was a male left but yeah the so-called Pretty honest pretty honest, liberal and he even said something to the effect of well we all of algebra algebra spreads knew that he was guilty, but but we we, remained as sprints anyway but but even then I there there's a lot of people on the left that absolutely refuse to. To admit that he was even guilty and the the the New York Times..

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"kengo" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"A longtime all right but nonetheless i mean that is a bit ridiculous was ten years starting to really freak me out a bit all right if i got kengo rhys hoskins is reese was rhys h yes reese reese hoskins i'm gonna go bryce harper all right like i said homerun dairies pretend to be built for these big name players all right but nonetheless we got the mlb allstar game going on tuesday we got chris sale starting his third straight year in the all star game versus max sherzer i mean we say a recent memory these are the two best pitchers in baseball max scherzer is an animal you can't hit him and that's for chris sale the dudes a psycho maniac on the mount all right it's a bit ridiculous watching chris sale but nonetheless both deserving to be the starters and we got the lineup's going on all right for the nationally you got havi bias hitting leadoff nola narrowed auto heading second paul goldschmidt hitting third freddy freeman hitting fourth look hit back camp i still kind of trim out about matt keg meghan the all star game i mean i felt after his first when the dodgers maybe his career was pretty much over of course gonna play a few more years on the less not going to be at matt camp level the matt kemp that we knew all right matt kept goes to the brain for bed ends up coming back to the dodgers and the dude's pretty much revived his career now he's back to being matt camp all right in one of the more underrated players baseball too i think you got bryce harper hitting six this was my favorite one here nick marquess hitting seven nick marquess are the orioles guy now making it all star game for.

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"kengo" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast

Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast

"Use paul skins you like roller quals out by four pounds in ten ps okay phonein way like tribes have weights in the vet joel about cultural thing yeah my foreskin going on let's start with like a five page to punk own keys as a weapon back i'm going to try but can they would like a pool ball at a sock no like mixed time accused tries to dake is going to break its ma many raccoons the leads built on us you know give him in the streets and you'll you'll save is a whole army sure it's tiny people talking over this people also from two ladies and go to date tiny opec over probably so we start to introduce into all the comic does share and dion then we see what's donald phase on character called always something really very down movie maury balloting backwards capela i've never seen outside of nineties we felt type coal code some jackson always used to congo yeah kengo what i don't think those kind of goes very yeah like the hipsters like ironically people congo yes jackson still was requi good bed not now never pope open away wants to make a plea should've livestream this people a public service so we got quite quick introduction into watch shares life's like she's kind of a bit manipulative massively gets exactly what she won't buy arguing all debating all leaving like clues and tips and things to get people together yeah everything she does is everything is in her own self interest and it's just really it's not just mad but it's also sometimes a negative effect on over people i think the exception device trying to hook up matija because she's only doing that for us l yeah yeah i mean she doesn't seem to do things for yourself if you think is not going to be any negative consequences but then doing things yourself where you know that it's going to affect someone else negatively and just doing it anyway by by miller miller protagonist of the story about antagonist a bad person all of where we get like morale by less i go away being like i'm not good enough so then they get to school the teachers taunting and then we start seal the clicks and then do you know i'm kind of struggling to think about war is the driving story of the film apart from when what's a face comes in thai thai yeah so thai would be cross him refresh old book like her overall goal is the established because you kind of have things you once yeah and you kind of get the impression that even if she doesn't get the great she won't she's gonna be all right yeah dadi old savo all upper like some big massive like lawyer that is bit slow start when she's learned when she's driving she doesn't have a license yet but she's driving on learner one and she liked hits into stuff and just goes oh and then just carries on don't give a share and but was no consequences and it was a bit where she's got tickets and it's really funny jokes about the tickets but she didn't care about the driving this is this is trying to give people life lessons fucking kids responsible if your action stop driving without.

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"kengo" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Field and that's a really hard thing to overcome if you think that you're probably going to give up so attribution retraining just coaches students think it's not just stupid it's that you just didn't study on tuesday because you went out with a girlfriend on a date that night and so breaking failure down into these concrete things that are really controllable again as a way of both drink people against the inevitable challenges that they're going to face in helping them get back on the horse i think that's why this is so exciting because we could look at the distribution of success or failure with these programs and sort of throw our hands up or we can recognize that we're probably reflecting different kinds of traits and states that people are in and then use that to tailor of the appropriate intervention it's sort of it's funny you know we're we're in the age of precision medicine when you think about cancer treatment sure people don't have like just lung anymore they have different kinds of lung cancer and now that we know that we also taylor different therapies to different kinds of lung cancer so that information is incredibly valuable and i think the same thing is true here with you and behavior it was probably silly of us to think that onesizefitsall program could ever work and dr kengo v mentioned we have probably better ways to understand now which patterns people are falling into and then okay now what do we do about it and so there's something an optimistic and progressive about this but i i would think that there there has to be a reason why we've kind of fallen into this one size fits all mentality whether it be the companies that are setting up these programs you know the the medical community whatever it might be.

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"kengo" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Sarabhai kengo seeing kevin vices startups in the business of corporate intel dot us kenmore talking grit you mentioned conscientiousness so how does grit predict achievement though in ways that neither conscientious nor i q nor challenged can do there's a there's a certain intelligence that we have in a certain that we can develop through study and then there's emotional intelligence the ability to understand people way up to be donder stand what their needs are and then to translate that into action i think when we're talking about grit and conscientiousness to comes with it it's not just about understanding our own needs it's about embracing the needs of those around us the people on our team and bringing people together around a common goal people who can do that are people that we want to rally behind in their passion becomes are passionate some could grit like optimism be learned i think some of it can be developed i think some of us are better at it than others we have that innate ability really talking about his personal character you know the sum total of what you are and what you stand for if you stand for goals that people will rally behind if you walk the walk if you're if you're consistent in what you say and what you do your character tends to be recognized as strong if you let that character wayne if you don't back it up with action that's when people question your motives than once your motives were questioned it's very hard to be successful i have to wonder about as kids so can many of them are you know help the path smooth for them mother parents now i wonder if it's not going to harm them in the long run if they're not able to develop grit are going to hear more from ken goldstein on the next hour.

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"kengo" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Kengo i'd never served with him in the senate i am unfortunately familiar with his trademark whipped senator dole is responsible for a certain quotation that hounded me for many years apparently the most dangerous place in washington is between chuck schumer and a camera senator dole i bear no illwill after all you were the one who brought cspan to the senate i never would have found as many tv cameras without you put the senator dole yes regained the the uh the medal of freedom and why not uh the president trump out lauded him by the way he's been very supportive president trump where a lot of the socalled 'insiders have not been and then senator schumer yesterday kinda cool uh member bob dole wasn't easy get along with either he was always trying to get people into shape never he ran for president against bush forty one chocolates and news ninety six five in orlando hey chuck a bryant lledo on great tony mine you you're had mentioned above apple yes back in another make america great again win well we just announced here in florida today the florida power and light was going to go through with a huge rate increase to cover the cost of her teen hhirma like refurbishing and whatnot and they just announced that because of the trump tax cut plan that they are going to rescind that uh great increase which pretty cool that's fantastic uh i mean it's it the thing is people feared on the right that these tax plan was not going to be felt by average average everyday people because the personal individual tax rates didn't drop that much as they hoped liked reagan had a huge one but now the corporations is doing the responsible thing in utilities also and they're saying listen i'm not holding on to this money on spreading it around as if to say i don't care woo who's in the white house we liked the message being less taxes less regulation and i think it use it if the republicans have hope old in the house this is going to be a chuck don't you think absolutely slowly but the ugandan what you're doing brian good job and a key policy and ninety.

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"kengo" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on WLAC

"Kengo lounge aimed will bio jingle bound ron jane goalmouth chiming in new england cohen had a needle in mind being oldham jiang bo landin the murders was a meridor we're glad you're here opened as long a triple eight eight two five five two two five bart sweaters in greenville south carolina hey barred how are you i'm doing well however you better than undeserved how can i help so my wife now we're both twenty uh uh she is currently a stayhome mom um i am working migrants and calmly ears around 84 um are only that we have is a is our house which is about one hundred thirty um the twisted of that we have a fairly good amount and a traditional brokerage account somewhere to the tune of about five hundred thirty k um were to diana trying to so i inherited and right around a little over two and then uh fortunately the stock market has been doing very well for me so uh that's where uh the rest as compound uh good for you okay so it's pretend endless pretended not how 500 and thirty in that account which you had four hundred in that account and your house was paid for okay if that was the case would you go borrow one hundred thirty thousand dollars on your home to move your brokerage account four hundred five thirty yeah i guess that's a good point um would you know there are probably wouldn't others i was trying to earn i didn't know if i give it in one hundred or right now we have on your own um here's the only same must.

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"kengo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Going to be what actually happens once the plaza is fully cleaned this afternoon as probably going to happen in the next couple of hours so don't have a moment what happens to their crap while they're cleaning what is the what do they do it told us here all right next to the plaza so when i have a about two hundred people with all their tents that are a right around the plaza in some time this evening they're going to be allowed back in now police tell me that officers are going to be standing at the entrance to the plaza a leading people know of the new ordinance that's going to be in force so enforcement is going to kind of start but for the first time since we started covering this it sounds like the tent ban which is supposed to be in effect today won't actually be so cutanddry of this is police commander kengo manzke and he says officers are going to have some leeway tense are not allowed to be rected in the civic center exempt inclement weather uh however that's by law however during evenings in this cold weather i am encouraging our officers to use compassion now sherry that no we take care of these people as much as we can and provide whatever assistance we can't afford not that started says here though the ten point have to be removed by six am if they allow them to have tents yet that that's the whole idea is that during daylight hours they're supposed to have those tense down are they going to enforce doesn't it they tell me they are now are you going to stay there i watch probably have to come back tomorrow well they're going to stay there with your own tent ten and i will buy you a tent i'll that'd be very well there were no use lilacs doubt here yesterday yeah you're like that they're like there for five baht yeah you want to sleep and hesitant today was supposed to be the day that enforcement began and i had at the deputy city manager a police officers telling me that and then when i got here this morning i saw this huge encampment of tents still up that was right next.

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"kengo" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on WRVA

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"kengo" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"A seven dollars i will be announcing kengo angle either usually you don't you don't have the luxury against our bush's agha's umbrella who gives them most near the liver raised here but you care let me over that we literally will literally have twenty one hundred ours tornado he's on the practice squads so every week that he stays on we get another little checks we have a little cushion fellow cushion little cushion and so we do in accounting's and his guy went to appleby's any blew my mind right i was like don't you think you are giving ordinary like now as though i won like hours livid arable calling like are you are you are you in 'cause i mean i i you know what i'm saying like i would like i would almost questioning like it'd be one of the are you a man a un as abroad get grocer let that's a whole months groceries here because because because it but the doping is important doping is and the reason why i love you like no other man is because uh you cared about measured it comes days of care about me and had no it was it was it was genuine was i was undrafted there's nobody on this earth thinks in undrafted free aging is going to go to be a fourtime pro bowl like he just disastrously in football and basketball you gotta eat there's a the percentages are higher but it's still rare but like in football is just it just doesn't happen um and and so when i'm when i'm coming out of college uh i'm i'm just ignorant all lives ills i just don't know much about anything man and i don't know how to get a car i don't know how to get at least for an apartment do any of these things and you take time out of your day and you're busy you find me inclined to network and you're trying to recruit at that time he's the recruit hours now has yet.

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"kengo" Discussed on Material

Material

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on Material

"We'll we'll see if it becomes like the defacto an android like that's cool i could i could be fined with that but on hanging out under so i'm just praying through google messaging up convergence one of the yeah if there's if there's one feature that i love about messages on on iowa's it's that it's one app called messages it's not three it's not the two thousand seventeen apple messaging strategy alongside the 2015 messaging strategy alongside ten messaging strategy that they have to keep in touch because there because they really it's like yeah i i i just don't know which one apple is syria that gugel is serious about and until they simply say there is we can't we've cancel kengo's is now allo there is review if you're desperate will put a skin on it so you can make it look old green but yep it's all elo sometimes you really do have to pull them pull the rug out from a from people they will complain justly so for a few days but as soon as everything starts working completely smoothly again which will happen if you're nut jobs though forgive you thought for all know that there will forgive you'll forget you the made a change to begin with unless you take away the headphone jack that patriot i take to the grave never never forget because that's like a like a it's like in evolution of something i didn't ask to be involved in that way like lawyer who are in darwin my headphones drag changing the way function as a human either get to play darwin goo goo it's not how this works exact.

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"kengo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"In the washington times democrats intentionally used this information from russia to attack trump campaign eight and he talks about this does year now people on tv and radio have been stealing from his column all day to day without giving attribution so i'm going to have him on the show in a few minutes to talk about it then when to do a rarity here in the next hour i'm going to professor paul kengo who is the foremost expert on collusion between ted kennedy ted kennedy and russia choose me and the soviet union foremost expert i'll take kennedy is treated like an angel is treated like a saint you talk about treason tim kaine you moron you talk about treason there was treason you talk about trying to influence the election then we'll talk about trying to influence the election unfortunately i have to do this half the waste an hour hour and a half on this again today we really don't have any choice now dui meanwhile why hasn't susan rice testified yet about domestic spying in unmasking meanwhile why hasn't loretta lynch testified yet about obstruction in the hillary clinton investigation meanwhile why hasn't jim colmey testified yet again about is dishonesty when it comes to the contents of his memos which included classified information meanwhile why hasn't been.

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"kengo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Now he's here now from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader mark levin hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one professor paul kengo or as a friend of mine he is a professor of easily at the great grow city college professor political science he has written over dozen books is latest book is really bracing a pope and a president john paul ii ronald reagan in the extrordinary untold story the twentieth century and paul roeder a wonderful piece today is looking at this situation with the with donald trump junior and look paul's never been a big trump guy i mean you with me in the republican primary he's puerta two different candidate but what's fair is fair and is looking at this and he's he's really stunned by as i write professor i am marked yet yeah it's pretty up why i actually baby i shouldn't say i'm don right man yeah liberal doing what liberal do an uh i guess that problem in at that really all that pride you tell us tell us you you were linking or talking about kennedy and his ties to russia and how the democrats and the media still closed their eyes to this his extraordinary role in reaching out to the kremlin trying to get the kremlin to affect our election when reagan was up for reelection and how the the same democrats now who are insisting that this is treasonous are criminal or whatever a collusion still remained silent go ahead and explain yourself yeah you got him art so it i mean as i say this about the donald trump jr emails by comparison right so so with kennedy and i i pop but this back in a book in two thousand six that another book in two thousand ten and by the way when i did i pray that the entire document in english hat russian till the whole thing with their books published by harper collins you know they of immediate could have looked if they didn't but but the kennedy episode stem from at a masing may fourteen nypd eighty three mammal and this is written by.

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"kengo" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"kengo" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"Then one day q decided she'd had enough of the adel kengo stairs finland moves in the next time he came at me the derail them in the boston crab was like the mom came in let's go an area that we we had a mutual respect him out once kiel pulled off her first successful wrestling she was hooked but you never thought you could grow up to be arrested wasn't like there are a lot of female russ was on tv until one saturday when every changed when glove came out this is now i can see myself you're now these are women i can identify with girl up one day i sure they're off just seeing the women wrestling and they were out there and while allowing had the skit senior has the ramp for various shy girl you know that's like wow that's if i could be arrest there may be i can be that articulating fine and how going in that so shine whatnot ashley azimov like a bugle girl she said neil and then when the council the shells agum never gonna be a blow girl that was until netflixing orange is the new black creator jan she cohen teamed up to make a script drama set in the world women's professional wrestling in the eighties it's like santa claus really taylor may this show for me like he was accused yorke show was written specially for you meb nonsettlement this is everything i dreamed about over the girl think of this i don't she would believe it i each with the that was a dream that's unattainable like touching stars like an astronaut.

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