19 Burst results for "Killington"

"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"That's crazy. Is that sad pal? And then they come up to him and I remember specifically one person was like, is that Powell? What the heck are you doing here? You know. And his answer was incredible. He was like, I'm just snowboarding, dude. And it's so true. It's that's him. That's him as a person. And to be able to spend a full day with him there and see the amount of the amount of people's phones that I took and took photos of. I'm sure with him was incredible. If I charge $5, he'd be, he'd be rich. It was insane. The amount of people. But he like a lot of athletes nowadays and a lot of people in snowboarding or skateboarding, skiing biking. They will take photos of people. Yeah. But he handles it in a certain way where he's just like, yeah, I'm just out here doing it. You know, I don't have a time crunch. I don't have to go to the contest. I don't have to do this. I'm just here riding with the crew, but also I'm down to ride with you. You know, and he's just down to snowboard. So then he came home from Jack, we all came home from Jackson. We had like a week week or two, I don't even remember what the schedule was, but then I went to killington with him for Danny was at killing Danny Davis that killing him for peace park, the opening there. So we went down, it was a Saturday. It was fucking crazy. They're lift line was 45 minutes long. It was brutal. It was so cold. But we rode for a little bit, and that's when I started to get thinking. And I was like, I brought my video camera. I brought everything audio. I hooked him up to a mic. I was just like, I'm just going to film. If he's down, I'm down. I'm just going to film it. I don't know where it's going to go. What it's going to do, but I shot with him that whole day. And a bunch of other homies that were.

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"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Now. Or do I make some money on eBay? I don't know. It's a fine line. I think you just ski it on superstar. You just wear that kit and just that's what you wear. Just rock it. Yeah, that's it. Hannah, I don't want to keep you too much longer. What do you have going on next? I'm sure you're just kind of taking a break, maybe I'll put words in your mouth, any sponsors to thank anyone to thank, where can people follow you on social media channels and kind of anything else like that? Yeah, I'm going to be heading up to killington and I'll be up there skiing until probably the first week of March before we head back to Europe for our last few world cups. So if anyone wants to come pretty skiing or bumping around killington, I'll be around. My social media is hand sore on Instagram HA and SOAR. And yeah, I have some amazing sponsors. Obviously, killington, they're my heart and my joy, love that community. You know, as well as Toyota and skeet and Smith optics, ID one new balance definitely got to forget one, but they're also. They're all great. I love them all. But yeah, super excited to get to go home and celebrate what they're feeling community because we weren't able to before the Olympics with COVID and now that it's all over, we can celebrate safely and skew together and get back to all the great things feeling connect to offer. Go skinning, biking starts soon. I got a new gravel bike in December, pretty excited for that. What did you get? It might be a little too early. I actually got a diverge S works, which was like crazy for me because I know this guy who was able to set me up with this woman Katarina who's an Olympian for mountain biking. And she was selling a bike. So and she lives in California. I wouldn't know her without a connection to her. And she was really sweet and like sold me the bike for a reasonable price because I was like, I really want that bike, but I am poor. I'm an athlete. I don't have any money. But like, you know, for like one O one being to the other, could get a discount and so she was super sweet and I'm really excited for that bike and a lot of gravel biking spring and a lot of free bump in. Cool. Hannah, thank you so much. Thank you so much. Let me know when you're in killington. I'll be on superstar OL. I will be there soon, I think. Episode 40 7. Of the pursuit on the out of collective. I'm mister Adam X. That was Hannah sore. Such a fun episode, so refreshing, she was amazing or takes on things. We're just fun. And I mean, we didn't go too much into her into her history and to growing up. I did a little digging. She was a cam. She went to KMS, which is killington mountain school. Qualified for the national team as a junior, mogul skier, absolute ripper, but what I love about Hannah is she hasn't, she hasn't forgotten why we do this and why we go skiing and it's fun. And she seems to really be present and be aware of her situation and she just had fun. So everyone go follow Hannah. At, I believe it's HA NN, let me I shouldn't believe anything. I should just look. So HA and N, SOAR. Follow Hannah. We're gonna work on some big video project. Maybe I'm lying. I don't know. Follow me at mister out of max. Follow me on TikTok pursuit podcast, follow at out of collective. Leave a 5 star review if you really like this show. If you don't like this show, leave a review, leave an honest review and tell us why you don't like it. You know, slide nor DMs, feedback is great. We have a ton of fun and guests coming up. It's really exciting. And I'm so excited to be part of this because it is palpable and it is changing and we are having the conversations in the industry that the industry needs. And I'm happy to be a part of it. Yeah, that's my rant. I am mister out of X and I'll see you tomorrow..

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"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

07:54 min | 10 months ago

"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"For it. And then you know, I think that what media doesn't even have to say, but I think what this should truly mean is speak your truth about things you believe in, don't spew bullshit. But that's just life, right? Yeah, it's hard. I don't need to be spewing about everything that I see. Every headline I see and say, like, my first thought on it before reading the news like, yeah, I don't like when other people do that, so why would I do that either? But when I care about something, that's totally different. Yeah, it's hard. And it just adds another element for you. You're just trying to be an athlete, not just trying to be an athlete, but your job is to be an athlete, but you're also going to school. And you're also managing your brand, which is you, and you're also trying to be a 22 year old idiot. You know, kid. Yeah. You know, trying to, you know, it's hard. And it's interesting. And it's fun to talk about because it's like, at 22, I was a lot different than I am now. So how do you and you're crazy, though? Because when you have these kind of platforms, what you do at 22 can follow you for the rest of your life, right? You take a misstep, you do something that, you know, if you're a normal normal, right? You just someone who doesn't have necessarily the following. People will forget people won't remember that. You can move on from it. But it's also funny being like, okay, I'm not famous or anything. But there's certain things that you're like, I don't want to necessarily misstep ever. You don't want to say the wrong thing if you have a big press conference, you know? Because you're just not paying attention. And I'm definitely someone who's just like pretty straightforward and not necessarily always politically correct with what I say at times. And you're always like, hope that doesn't come back for me because someone twists my words and says that I thought this when you're like really I didn't. It's interesting. It's scary, but it's cool, and it's exciting, but it's also like you have a voice and you have a platform, but you're also human. Do they coach you? So you qualify for the Olympics. It's like December, right? You don't have a ton of time. No. So you qualify. Is there like media coaching? Do they, like, how do they prep you? Like, okay, now you're in. You've got a slot. Well, what happened? How does this COVID's happening? So you're just like playing dodgeball with like a global pandemic. So like you're trying to train, people are probably excited, killington I don't know if we were recording what we talked about, but you're from killington, that's like your home mountain. Killington's occult for anyone who's not listening. In the best way. But people are trying to hug you, people are trying to high 5 you. And maybe I'm just speculating or making all this up, but you're like 6 feet like back up because you worked your whole life to get here and now you're here, but you're not there yet. Am I right now? It was it was literally like, I just had this realization. So good. Okay, I'll back up. I made the Olympics when we were in France, which was after like a month and a half of being on the road in Europe for a first couple world cups. And I get the news. I'm leaving to go back to Vermont on like, I don't know. Like that week, that Saturday, let's say. Come back to Vermont. I'm like, oh, this is gonna be great, so much less pressure over Christmas time. I can relax, celebrate, you know, making the Olympic team and then January 1 comes back around. We get back into training, all eyes are on the gold medal. And then omnichannel comes out of fucking nowhere and just hammers us into the crowd. It's not like Jesus Christ. I'm like, can we ever break? So like literally the day I got home, just like lock myself away with my parents. I'm an only child, which is nice. So I don't have to deal with some sibling coming home from college and losing my shit on them, you know? That was good, I guess. And so I go skiing like a couple times. I also like given I wasn't supposed to be skiing. I was like, have this lingering leg issue? Like a bone thing that goes on. So I need to take some time off. I don't take time off yet. My bone just keeps wanting to keep getting a stretch fracture. I don't know what its problem is. You probably need your drink. Exactly. More milk. The oat milk revolution has really taken me down. It really is. But so I go out and I see a couple times I'm like you said everyone's so excited, lots of hugging, cheers, like all the things. And I'm just like up to here with anxiety, you know? Like, oh my God, I'm gonna get COVID. If I get COVID now, I might still be positive for the Olympics, which is just gonna ruin my whole life, lifelong dream. Now isn't it? From like some scary thing that I can't see. To so much anxiety. And then I end up actually after Christmas going out to Utah and just locking myself away and one of my friends houses has a vacation home there until we left for the Olympics. So from December 28th to January 26th, when we left for the games, I wasn't inside with another person. I did like grocery pickup. The only time I ever saw another human being was when I was training on snow on the courses and even then I was wearing a can 95 and a mask. It's like a whole thing very terrified. And I was like, this is not how I pictured going to the Olympics would look like. Just like sitting in a house like all alone for a whole month. Like this is even different. Like I lived alone in the summer, but like living alone and being like isolated alone is like totally not the same thing. And I just kept having these realizations of like, is this worth it? Like this is a lot of sacrifice for like a week. And I was like, but at the same time, right? I've worked so long for this thing, right? And new works almost so long for it. You're not even sure what you're working for at some point, right? Because when you're so young, very theoretical, concept, right? Like, oh, I want to be an Olympian. When you're ten years old and you're like, well, what does that even mean? What does that even look like? You know? And then I'm like sitting in my room being like, this is what it looked like. That's not what I had imagined when I was in my room when I was looking up at the ceiling. Not to say that I'm not incredibly grateful for the experience and it was all worth it. But it was just like a really great reminder for me that you have to enjoy the journey. If you were, for example, if I hate it mobile skiing. And I was just doing it to become an Olympian, like have the title. And I was like, all be happy once I make the Olympics and I have that. You realize like, no, it's mostly about the journey. And the Olympics is just like the capstone moment where you now feel like everything was worthwhile and I have now this amazing experience that I'll have for the rest of my life and not was great. But for the most part, all of my memories are going to be about the 15 years that led up to that one moment. You know, I'm so grateful for my killing team community back home that has such a passion for moguls. I loved every moment as a kid, you know, skiing and just being outside and all the people that I got to meet. I have so many amazing memories, right? In competition, free bumping, spring skiing, early skiing, Christmas break. Like, you name it. So many amazing memories. And the Olympics was amazing. I had an awesome week. I wouldn't trade it for the world. But for the most part, I'm going to remember the lead up to the Olympics and all.

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"killington" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"killington" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Have talked a lot on this show about pandemic safety measures in schools while some small towns in Vermont have a unique solution They're building outdoor classrooms As John kalis reports the structures of the brainchild of a family in the mountain town of Rochester Vermont Rochester is a small town in central Vermont about 15 miles north of the ski resorts in killington Lindy stetson serves as principal of both the Rochester elementary school and another school in the nearby town of stockbridge Throughout COVID Vermont truly embraced the concept of outdoors as the safest place to be Initially the schools in Rochester and stockbridge bought tends to use as outdoor classrooms I could just see that that wasn't going to be a solution in Vermont Greg Ryan is a Rochester builder and musician One of these tents parts of it were breaking as we were putting it up So I knew that these cheap store bought tents weren't going to cut it At $3500 a piece the tents weren't that cheap They couldn't handle the wind or snow load so Ryan started brainstorming He's built two mobile gypsy homes known as a varda which has a skylight in its roof Ryan incorporated one in the corrugated fiberglass roof for the outdoor classrooms The classrooms are referred to as trust structures because they consist of a series of trusses The frames used to support a roof The Ryan trust has a lumber frame and costs $8500 I have shelves with rulers and paper clips and magnifying glasses and staplers Teacher Amy Braun is keen on her school's 20 foot by 30 foot trust structure.

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"killington" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And dining rooms Season pass sales this year were rate as well as we're seeing a good trend for lodging bookings I think that's a lot to do with the COVID restrictions and travel restrictions being lifted for this year Amy Laramie is communications director for killington ski resort in Vermont They're along with resorts in Oregon Utah and Colorado They've just started offering a skip the line pass for skiers who don't want to wait for the chairlift There's an extremely limited number of people who will be able to utilize that per day We're going to control the inventory We don't anticipate that impacting the experience for other people and there are other benefits that have evolved from pandemic induced measures like shorter gear rental lines more grab and go food at the mountain lodges and new outdoor dining areas that reduce crowds and moss to Bloomberg radio Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents tax tap with Richard Goldstein senior principal and co leader of burden state and local tax practice COVID-19 pandemic state and local government restrictions have caused many people to shelter in place outside their primary state of residence The new normal of remote working has proliferated potentially costly state and local tax residency issues For example if you live in Manhattan but have been residing and working in Connecticut because of the pandemic you may be a resident of one or both states and potentially tax twice On the same income at burden we help clients develop a plan to address double residency concerns and non resident income allocation to minimize their overall tax liability If you're a high net worth individual or a business owner let Burton help protect you Your family and your business For more tax chat from burden accountants and advisers visit burden LLP dot com That's Don LLP dot com Burden accountants and advisers we listen we solve we do Carol messer This stock has been on a tear since early May Tim's Genovese So take us into the economic impact of this Along with reporters and editors who help make your business week profitable Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Webber It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg businessweek We did afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com COVID-19 has changed.

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"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Sustainably marketed. So that people can live and enjoy themselves and not just feel constantly under attack. And so that gets back to. So this handle exists. I'm not publishing much with it. I wrote a letter a week or two ago that kind of blew up. But the letter was very intentionally written to say listen Vail. You guys are geniuses. Yeah. You are geniuses, failed resorts. You are in a leadership position. You have done things that no one thought possible in this industry use your brain trust next. To address some of these collateral impacts. I don't know how you do it. I trust you to do it. And I think if they can acknowledge the word capacity, which is done yet? No. My goal is twofold with this with this thing. Bailey wrote people who are hearing this. Twofold. I want you to say the word capacity out loud. I don't want you to do it now. I want you to wait till after this season. Let the train go off the tracks. And number two needs to break. It's going to do it. It's working. No more COVID, no more reservations, whatever's gonna go wrong. It's gonna go wrong this way. Okay, that was my question because I think the same thing and my big prediction was like, I think it's gonna be a problem. I mean, you're already seeing it, killington had a strike. Overnight. They can't staff and way more people are coming all at the same time. And they've sold 50% more and they have a product that does not manage demand at all. It drives peaks that can breakdowns can break roads can break the businesses. And the lifts are expensive band aids, new brand new lifts, they're nice, they're pretty. They'll help a little bit around the edges, but they won't solve the inherent problem of that these communities and these regions have capacities. They can handle it one time. I don't think you can get around that. And I trust veil. To solve that if and when they acknowledge it. And the amount of people that have reached out to me on that profile that work at Vail resorts at the resorts and at headquarters has blown my mind and they all agree with it. And I don't know what's going to happen, but this winter, that profile is going to blow up, whether I feed it or not. And I would like my shopping spree and I would like you to say the words capacity out loud if you'd like it to be shut down. Otherwise it is the Robin Hood that is going to be challenging you veil resorts to solve the collateral impacts of your amazing product..

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"killington" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on The Moratorium

"A nine millimeter luger and also killed those kids last year. The two kids last christmas were betty lou. Jensen and david fairytales. Were killed and bonanza california Leave it was in december. Did he state who the i mean. He said the two kids back in last christmas. How did we he said. I also killed those kids last christmas now. Valencia lejla right by each other and Venezia has these cold cases. These two teenagers who were shot on a secluded road it was lake herman road and it was on the outskirts of town. It was within venezia's believed but they're out there and in this case zodiac successfully kill. Both of them were. They shot as well. He shot them. Yes betty lou. Jensen's body was found several from the car. Like twenty or so feet or something like that from the car and she had been shy. I think five times in the back now so it looks like she was killed fleeing the car so i can only assume it you know. He went up there and started shooting. Faraday and betty lou. Jensen bailed out the car and took a running and he turned he turned the gun on her shot. Her because faraday was still. I think he was like. I think the door might have been open or something like that. I'm not i can't rightfully remember. But he was still in the car but she'd managed to get away get out but he had shot and killed her. And so i think win. This guy said. I also killed those two kids. Last christmas i think venezia small enough town And it was so close to that crime that they could only assume that he was referring to johnson and barry okay here on at wikipedia on the zodiac killer. Just this wikipedia says the first murders widely as tributed to the zodiac killer. Where the shootings high school students betty lou jensen and david arthur faraday on december twentieth nineteen sixty eight on lake. Herman road just inside benishi. As'die limits The couple were on their first date away to spend the first day man. Well you know. And they were planning to his ten christmas concert at the high school about three blocks from johnson's home instead. They visited a friend before stopping at a restaurant than driving out to lake. Herman road are they making out their first day. I mean maybe betty lou come allow i mean but they didn't have any clues related to who these who killed these two until he actually confessed to it fell. He calls a dispatcher and is telling them where to find. Darling farren and michael maggio. That was on july fourth said. The killington shot jensen five times in the back as she fled. Her body was found. Twenty eight feet from the car okay i mean. I think what. I've read reading to different accounts that he likes to gloat about his his pass. Murderers right so maybe it was. He upset that he wa- he didn't get any kind of publicity off of this on. Now he's He's confessing up to this. So maybe comes more infamous You know i. I couldn't possibly tell you why he was thinking or or what prompted him to do this or or make those calls or you know or or write letters. That was the next thing he did was he. He started sending letters to the vallejo times. The san francisco chronicle.

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"killington" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"The his right hand man would have never happened right when we don't have to go there but your dad did. Yeah well. he was at a point. Where the thing at columbia they try to know. This happened to everyone barbara strike and it was like. Oh you got to seeing the bills carrying sang barbra streisand. They tried to get barber to sing. Bob dylan i in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. She's listening to dylan blowing in the wind. This wing in both wins. The answer is below weighing in the win. You know brilliant idea. That's a great one must go again barbara. So anyways so tony. Actually you know worked with climbing and he did an album. That was kind of like that thing and he got physically sick. He said he was regurgitating between takes and so well. That's a great story that that he tells about. Clive davis right where killington went in. And said you know. He thought he was going to get a raise and clive davis said. Well i have some bad news for you. He goes What is it and clive zig. Well we're going to have to try to you from the label. Ellington goes well. Why says william not selling enough records and ellington goes. Oh i guess. I had it missed. I was mistaken. I thought i was supposed to make the records in. You're supposed to sell them. It's a great. Yeah that's my edict. Like and i've heard that story that's every artists but that that was my son said to me. Why do i hate making movies. And i said and i said you really hate making movies. I said well maybe hate stronger. I said i'm very uncomfortable. They say why 'cause you just feel the hand of commerce at your throat every day were chevy. It's never free and rarely fun. It can be challenging but you just feel like every dime is busy counted so they wanted your dad to do what he couldn't do. Yeah and he rebels against that just kind of like they gave him a big contract then he was like no. I don't do this. I wanna start label now now. This is at a time when people weren't doing that. I mean you know. I mean did it with more often. But it was done more on a warner brothers thing And he found Jack rollins Woody allen's manager in you know number of other people to work with them on a on. A label called improv. This is where he made the bill evans records in voice and piano. Those records being made at the time and so he came to me and talk to me about the label. And i said well. That's a great idea and you know it's risky. And he said well. What's risky about. And i said well. It doesn't seem like they have major distribution in this day and age independent distributions. Great you can do it. Internet about but then it was a real challenge. I said columbia's offering you to a distribution deal which is a great. You know it's just great. It's kind of like the leave you alone. You can do what you wanna do. He had me go. Talk to the guy was run a company in buffalo. So we'll go talk them now. You know. I got the long hair and a fringe jacket. And i i go to this. You know this. This hotel owner in buffalo. And i'm sitting there and he's thrown about and i start talking about the distributions it's great boom. There's some other things about the contract that i didn't like that i told them about you. Know in terms of him kind of getting roped into it and this guy just rejected that whole notion. So i went back to tony and i just said look i. I wouldn't do this i think. There's you know. So no improv records Well no he did it. And how long did that. Last it lasted like three years. And they failed because of the distribution right so he does improv records. And then because he can't get the records to distribute exactly. So that's what i told him. He remembered that and then the the label folded and then he was without a contract. For how long. Let's see i'd say three years years Well it's tough because a member at the time this is like around seventy eight okay sinatra retired. You didn't see geez our number one and streisand's doing too wet with the bees are saying. Yeah you know what i'm saying. So like there's that he didn't wanna do it and then he was in vegas and in those days you were doing vegas like you know the thirty two week thing and all that type stuff you know. He just called me up one. Dan just like. I don't know i need some help here. I don't know what to do. I don't know where to go manager. He wanted to be able to do his art on his terms and was vegas like for him. What is that like for someone. Because you always figure i remember reading nick. Taj is book dino about the best biographies of ever and they talked about how martin at one point in the sixties i believe was the highest paid entertainer in the world because he had the He touched every base. He stole four bases. He had a television show recording contract he started films and he appeared live in vegas concerts making millions and millions of dollars back and i was wondering for someone like your dad. I'm going to say that i actually. I don't know what vegas exemplify back. Then like for an actor was that like being on a game show or no no so there was. I mean the idea that you know. This is where they cut their teeth. The lounges louis. Prima in the lounge. You had a fred astaire and cary grant going to see sinatra and then go into the lounge and this is where the onus was like i you know and tony makes a good point these people. We didn't have access to these people except the big screen and all sudden. They're they are sitting there watching louis prima rubbing shoulders with with sinatra and jerry. Gran and whatever this was magic and for for again for tony got remember. Tony's ten years younger than all these guys. These are his idelson announcer. Call them the kid and there he is with them. All spread astaire salon a salon so and nobody messed around for the for the obvious reasons. And then you got into this this evolution where you know the sumo corporation and howard hughes took over and like i had negotiate with like howard using these cowboys. It was really interesting. Was that one. Oh so mazing. And this is like telling i i started working and like you know howard uses on the top of the desert end. I know he's up there. And so there was this guy named lenny they'd go in with me to negotiate the contract and let he'd get on his hands and knees f- seriously gonna lead to like get off knees. I'm not going to get on my knees in big for contract. I'm just not gonna do it. You know.

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"killington" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think you might want to launch them. But maybe the role of baby nukes isn't so much pushing us toward a new posture as much as it's revealing one that's been here for a while. It Kind of implies that using this weapon might be able to preempt some kind of Russian move or to de escalate the crisis on on terms favorable to the United States. But there's not that much evidence to suggest that that kind of thinking is dominant in Russian nuclear culture. But it does exist in some form in the U. S nuclear culture, and in fact, it's a A lot of the U. S. Arsenal has historically and currently been postured for nuclear war fighting The United States nuclear posture currently has a lot of weapons in it, which trend towards using early in a conflict and are designed specifically to be used. Before they are destroyed. And so now, as a result, we have this new weapon, the lower your forehead for the nuclear submarines that I would say probably creates more problems than it than it solves, paired with the posture that's organized around actually using these weapons. Baby nukes are especially dangerous despite their smaller size, and in fact, because they're smaller. Some analysts think they lower the threshold for entry into nuclear war. Enough that it starts to seem like Not such a crazy idea. It's just a Killington's After all, What's the harm? I don't know. I worry sometimes about the idea of branding. It is this low yield thing protecting to 15.

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"killington" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"Then with leave with their girlfriends or whatever and come back broke. That was a problem. When they also started to realize that we not, we're not seeing so much of them, after marriage entered, the scene and things like money and troops. Ain't right? Cuz it was no value-add in Killington anymore. No, it was literally worth more than you alive a day, and it's not just women do this. It's just that women seem more likely do away with doing it this way. We expect women to be caregivers, all of that. And so the American dream or white older Boomer, men of a certain income class is true, not really true for anyone else except the women who killed them. There's that. But also talking about Grace, because as we all know any occasion, talk about rates and when we say things like, okay Boomer, which one was that? We're talking about because black Bloomers were dealing with drinking so that that's kind of where the book is going. I'm not going to talk as much about poison in that. I'm still trying to figure out how to hack proof. How much of this is poison versus bad food,.

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"killington" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Saw Can a little kid mary. they're stuffy. Yes i that yes and she said okay my and then it hit me and i said do you. Do you wanna marry jackie. Which is what. She called jax kellington right. Her jackson ellington stuff that she sleeps with every night. Yes so did they get married. They have not gotten married yet. I don't belong engaged. She's definitely interested. In jack's killington so he's just gotta wait for him to propose. Which if that happens it. I would actually be worried. I yeah i don't know. She talks to her studies and pauses like long pauses quiet pauses in between so. I assume they're talking back. You have some sort of adult situation going on there with just killington and she tells them bad things about you. She does say bad things about you. They get mad at me. When i like when i won't let her do something. When i'm like no cooper you can't eat these marshmallows. She goes and tells. Jackie and sally on me. Would you like. Sally might poison bad energy. I think to have in your house. The steffi's don't like you got the dark stuff going on there stuff. You don't like me. She's going to get married to jacky and then he's a part of your family is my son. And he's your son. My son in law scaling. He's stuffy it's fine. I am glad you set her straight to to lady dogs can get married though that get fusion. Well then we had. The only thing that went awry is after this whole conversation. She was like we're playing in her dollhouse and she had bluey be the little girl blue. The dog that's a great cartoon by the way anyway and she was like in here a her two mommies elsa. Well well. I was like well. Okay it's another role about. This is great. Like i love. I love doing like this is good. We're going good direction from hold on so close so close to explain. Yeah he's three. Yeah i know we're getting there. We're working on it recession. I have books. I'm gonna keep using my books. They're better at explaining me. Apparently so did you all watch. Because you're supposed to. Yes yes it did. It had been a longtime. Yeah me too. I didn't realize how long had been since i've watched beetlejuice. Did either of your kids with you. Both what did they think who they scared. I may have made a miscalculation okay. I can't believe that. So i i i 'cause i justin. I was like. I need to watch this movie. I'm thinking it's too scary for the girls. What do you think and he was like. I don't think so. I don't i mean 'cause they watch the beetlejuice cartoon. I think i've said that before. I haven't let me clarify. Justin got the beetlejuice cartoon that used to be on tv. Like i don't know how. Long ago taylor you and i were little. That was the ninety s He got that on dvd and plays it for the girls..

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"killington" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"killington" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

IINK Podcasts

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

"By is for and one day. Where i won't be there to hold you back. I want you to gaze at the moon the same way we did together. Lying on those grasses. I want you to smile back at my picture. The same way you did when you missed me. I want to go the same delicious ratchasima and have it all yourself one day when i have to leave you all alone. I want you to stay strong as always and go to your favorite comedian. Show laughing out loud all by yourself. I want to to play the told guitar the tunes of which hits my heart. I want you to sit there the window with your coffee and feel me somewhere near you one day when you stop seeing me in your dreams i want you to leave me the stein and move on being the same person you are known killington fearless shy and brave happy and beautiful. I want to to open the door with white guardans and paying them back with red blue orange and green. I want you to stop hugging. The pillow and sleep peacefully i want you to wake up without nostalgia engulfing you and move around town enjoying all for you doing things for you and maybe someone might notice. You tying back your hair in a bind and fall for you. I've issue to fall back once again leaving behind all the traces of love for me to get it and keep it all by myself..

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"killington" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

IINK Podcasts

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"killington" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

"By is for and one day. Where i won't be there to hold you back. I want you to gaze at the moon the same way we did together. Lying on those grasses. I want you to smile back at my picture. The same way you did when you missed me. I want to go the same delicious ratchasima and have it all yourself one day when i have to leave you all alone. I want you to stay strong as always and go to your favorite comedian. Show laughing out loud all by yourself. I want to to play the told guitar the tunes of which hits my heart. I want you to sit there the window with your coffee and feel me somewhere near you one day when you stop seeing me in your dreams i want you to leave me the stein and move on being the same person you are known killington fearless shy and brave happy and beautiful. I want to to open the door with white guardans and paying them back with red blue orange and green. I want you to stop hugging. The pillow and sleep peacefully i want you to wake up without nostalgia engulfing you and move around town enjoying all for you doing things for you and maybe someone might notice. You tying back your hair in a bind and fall for you. I've issue to fall back once again leaving behind all the traces of love for me to get it and keep it all by myself..

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"killington" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"killington" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"My co founder martin in terms of the challenges that are inherent to monitoring. I know that there are a lot of usage patterns that are unique to metrics and log data. That aren't necessarily represented in other types of data use cases. I'm wondering if you can just talk about some of the complexities that arise. Because of the ways that monitoring information is used in the patterns around that and how the advent of cloud native environments and workflows complicates things further. I think that basically when you talk about like storing data and the amount of information that you store a lot of people tend to think perhaps i-it-it's massive scale. Perhaps you're like exploring. The data collected by lighter on his self driving car. Is matt cement wall. The use cases can be lodged in individual deployments not at the scale of how much an individual computer in your laptop from mid information about it in a very high frequency nature. Your mobile phone is running hundreds of processes and sending tons of danger to the internet every second and it tends to be actually like outside of these use cases that we thinking are on the verge of light coaching lodge volumes of data for us to collect analyze while that is true suffering itself is probably the leading us case for by constructing information about how it's running and then the volume that is at is ten feet one of the highest volumes of information recording that we're seeing in the real world at least gently to learn greens Defeat level of scale and granularity. Which is kind of can be collected that and it looked at massive and started as you mentioned. How do we even hanis. That is is often difficult. There's seventy intangible things about software a you kind of have to limit your skype to know. What kind of things do i want to actually pull out of this. Infinite data that could be generated about a piece of software running on a device somewhere and yet today we extract three main kinds of data which is log like later. Sorry something that you as navigation developer rush to capture about in the bench. Your program did look later metrics which is more like a signal that could be kind of omitted from your program in a more type. Saif way i would say really gonna choose a type of metric and then you've got to choose the different specific dimensions that you want to be able to pivot on that metric. It's kind of free fall in the logs. But then by the very nature of you having to think about what that metric is to expose it can be more meaningful to you as someone when kind of like looking at metro dead dander because you already put in the thought to describe what you're measuring with metrics and then tracing is very interesting kind of compound view of both that event data. That's kinda happening through your system but then tied back to an actual individual components that performing it and then being able to visualize the events for a given kind of request or a given kind of flow of a user using your system has crosses the different component boundaries in the cloud native while we think of much of the time boundaries are bits of code executing different micra services. Oh back end services. And that's kind of where the component is thought to be captured at the granularity of an event being executed to a partner by Tracing also used obviously on a mobile device on a move all device to look at you know. I called plex pace of ios or javer sufferers. Running on your android or iphone device as well because you have many code libraries. Obviously that nicole into from your application and then obviously the operating system is doing things to tracing as kind of a way of like looking at a coal diagram across competitive boundaries and as compared to boundaries

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"killington" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"killington" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"My name's rob killington. I'm the ciccio. Year aren't sierre which is a crowd and scalable monitoring and observability tool looking forward to kind of talking about data monitoring and everything else d- remember how you first got involved in the area of working with data and dealing with metrics and logging and all of that fun stuff has a developer. Going back to. I like she. Jobs is obviously kind of observing and collecting data about like your application or or the data that you're storing august always a core competency but i guess i got more involved when i was working on a reporting system that had to serve reports for different search terms for searches that were done on a amok even trae side for contextual and certain this was say a marketing firm like marketing company that hosted several catalogues online for different products and we built a lot of reports for them to for them. John saint how people were fooling searches on the sides. And what kind of terms led to this the nap and then just a fundamental amount of data that we had to collect aggregate to give any meaningful sorts of insights into that data was pretty interesting and we did a lot of work to to roll up data to make the products experience worthwhile and that was something that i worked on was at university still and then when i went to microsoft after leaving university in seattle i kind of worked on monitoring for the as your active directory team was obviously in all different level of scale and i kind of got to know a bit more about the pipelines there and how the different teams and different business units kind of lying exchange data in general and. Obviously i was actually kind of working. observability some monitoring and observe problems over there. Mark stuff as well so that that was the first to kind of digitizing the water. And so i know that you also spent a chunk of time at uber which led tiered co creation of the m. Three storage engine for metrics there. But before we dig into that if you can give a bit of an overview about what it is that you're building it curtis fear and your motivation for building a business around monitoring and particularly the focus on cloud native. So i definitely add was where i like to say that we were given the opportunity to really dr fingers into a pretty thorny problem that the businesses facing which was operating at a level of scale with the amount of real time data that was flowing through business and giving them the foundations to be able to make sense of that and also the l. to reliably operate their systems. Have that kind of happened. Was i joined the team. After wrecking on actually some payments infrastructure..

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"killington" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

19:56 min | 2 years ago

"killington" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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Interview With Author David Yoon

What Book Hooked You?

06:35 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Author David Yoon

"This week. I'm thrilled to have david yunan. Whose newest book super fake love song is out now. An conversation that we pretty much covered all talk about his newest book a his debut his writing journey and a lot about what he was like as a young person so really enjoyed talking to david. Hope you enjoy listening listening so david. What book hooked you. What book hooked me It's it was when i was in middle school. I don't know exactly how old i was. But i remember talking to my librarian and i was like i don't know to read their so many books in the school library and she just pulled out the halloween tree by ray bradbury and If you read this book but it's it has these awesome woodcut Drawings in it and it came up a long time ago. Like in the sixties. I want to say and this is way before like killington and the newspaper from the nightmare before christmas. But it's kind of there's a character in it. That is the skeleton dude with. I think he has a pumpkin for a head. I know he doesn't but he's like this very skeleton like figure and he's very creepy and he's very Theatrical like jack's kellington was and he challenges This group of boys on halloween when their trick or treating to to give up a year of their lives to save the life of their best friend Pippin who's at homesick can't trick or treat and so they travel around the world and learn about like all these Reports and customs that surrounding death and they wind up in mexico and they eat The sugar skulls and that is like. I'm going to give up a year my life to save my friend and It was just so it's like super atmospheric and super moody. This is awesome so then at of course read all very bradberry. I could find reading stuff. I shouldn't have been reading and so middle school time. Was that in age. Like were you a big reader. Then was it hard to get you to read or was it something where you pretty much constantly always had some sort of book. You're working your way through. I mean i was always reading. Yeah for sure Is reading a lot of stuff But then that book kind of it was like my first sorta grownup book. I guess and after that i started reading a of piers anthony fancy novels and i read like fifteen close and i was like wait a second. It's kind of the same story over and over again and that's florida and Then i started reading a lot of stephen king which i know i shouldn't have been reading And my dad was a weird guy to he. he He studied victorian like them. He he focused on the metaphysical poets. Okay it adds seoul university in career and then when it came to the united states he studied library science all things. wow and so he was like you need to be reading old man and the sea You need to be reading. Was it on human bondage and then lady chatterley's lover and was like that. I don't think i should be reading this. But he didn't care he's like the crazy. Daddy shows like the horror movies to his kids because he wants them to to Have a good sense of the canon. Anna is exposed to a lot of stuff that i probably shouldn't have been but i'm grateful for it and i would imagine while it was definitely helping Definitely helpful for your reading life to have a dad like that and that was kind of pushing it but was there any sort of rebellion there. That because you were being forced to read so many books were pushed upon you that reading. You rebelled against or turn against it because it was it was assigned by by dad I don't know it's hard to remember like like reading moby dick before high school. Sure looks like there's no way. I'm gonna finish so even if it did come from like a friend i don't know if i would have just cause but it did. It did feel like homework for sure At the same time like my older brother. I have one older brother. And he was a big reader to He used to read at the dinner table and it was like a problem. You know But i you know. I'm a little brother saw. I'll read to on just like him. I want to compete in everything we do. Because we're siblings. So he also turned me into the reader just sort of inadvertently and so when you got to high school especially when those are when in in those english courses you're being assigned full size novels and things like that. Didn't you find and really getting into what's canonized literature. We'll call it. Were you kind of a step ahead. That you think In those courses because dad already sorta had you on that home regiment of a reading those types of books. That's a funny question. Because i just realized really recently i mean my dad passed away like over a year ago. and so It just when you're when your parent passes away and makes you think a lot about your relationship in like your whole history. And i was like dude. My dad was like an outsized influence in in my interest in writing in books. I never appreciated him fully for that. 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Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton

"The lucky Morton onyx powered lower body Exo skeleton can increase mobility and reduce fatigue of its users. Onyx detects what the body is doing and provide support all at the exact time. It's needed sensors distributed on the Xhosa Killington reports speed direction and angle of movement and an onboard computer that drives electro mechanical actuators the knees, all work synchronous Lee, the Exo skeleton delivers the right torque at the right time to assist knee flex and extension on IX. Sounds awesome. It ultimately reduces the energy needed to cross terrain squats, Neil. These benefits are most noticeable when ascending or descending stairs, or navigating inclined surfaces. Now onyx syncs up with its user. It takes about. Seventy five milliseconds for the human body to go from thought to action, speeding up on x will improve the impact on human endurance. Currently, it has improved endurance by nine percents and the powered system lasts for about sixteen hours when using four batteries, the onyx system weighs less than fourteen pounds. The current net benefit is a soldier who could normally perform twenty-six reps of hundred eighty five pound squats could get this performed seventy two similar reps while wearing this device. Lockheed is currently working on hardening the components so they can withstand battlefield use in proving the hardest thing. So it's even more discreet and unobtrusive and tweaking the fitting process to ensure that soldiers can properly adjust it without tools on x will soon use a common electro mechanical structure and control software, which will be customized for firefighting legit. Disticts and military road transport on is being upgraded to us military specification batteries that are approved for infantry use. A robotic third arm appears to be highly useful as well. The US army research laboratory is developing it. It weighs less than four pounds hangs at a soldier side and stabilizes rifles in the sheen guns. It lifts over twenty seven pounds all on its own no word on when we will see this technology, but it sounds like we won't have to wait too long. Think you have good coordination, you're probably not as agile as MIT's. Cheetah three robot in a new video MIT demonstrates how the ninety pound robot, which is about the size of a full grown labrador. Dog can climb a flight of stairs. Littered with obstacles like roles of tapered wooden blocks while blind cheetah. Three can also Gallup jump spin around and walk on three legs. All without relying on cameras or external environmental sensors. There are many unexpected behaviors. The robots should be able to handle without relying too much on vision vision can be noisy, slightly inaccurate and sometimes not available. So researchers want the robot to rely more on tactile information that way it can Hindle unexpected obstacles while moving fast. The team developed two new algorithms which allow cheetah to blindly walkup clustered staircases gallop across rough terrain and quickly recover its balance after being pushed MIT researchers plan to show off the robots vision, free capabilities at the international conference on intelligent robots in Madrid, coming up in October, cheetah three is designed to carry out dangerous tasks like inspecting power plants or exploring disasters zones. There are countless occasions where we would want to send robots to do simple. Tasks instead of humans, dangerous dirty in difficult work can be done, much more safely through remote controlled robots than sending in real life person. One of the things that we learned from the DARPA robotics challenges that it's useful for robots to have legs to walk budgets, even more useful for robots to be versatile and adaptive with multi model locomotion capabilities that they can deploy depending on the situation at the DRC we saw all kinds of different designs. But one of the more unique approaches came from the university of Bonn in Germany with their robot. Memorial memorial used a Centaur design with four legs that had wheels on the bottom coupled to a humanoid upper torso with a head and arms. It was the top ranked European robot in the DRC, completing an almost perfect run in just thirty. Four minutes. We've since been wondering whether these Centaur designed would inspire other disaster robots, and now we have the answer and it's yes, a consortium of European research groups announced a new Centaur robot platform called appropriately enough sin taro the robot was built at the Italian institute of technology. That project is part of the sin taro consortium funded by the European Commission and coordinated by researchers from the university of Bonn. The same group that developed memorial, the goal of Santaro is building a human robot symbiotic system where human operator is tele- present with its whole body in a Centaur like robot, which is capable of robust locomotion and dexterous manipulation in the rough terrain and conditions, characteristic of disasters from the look of things. Sinn Tauro shares. The same kind of rugged capabilities. We've seen in other, I robots meaning that this could be a robot that manages to be both a research tool and real world useful at one point, five meters tall and weighing ninety three kilograms. Sin tarot is both larger and somehow more agile than the video might make. It seem it's made of lightweight, metals, like aluminum, magnesium and titanium with skins of three d. printed plastic inside are a trio of computers to Hindle perception control and motion planning along with enough batteries to keep Sinn Toro moving for two point five hours at a time. The idea is that this combination of quadrupeds and humanoid optimizes both stability and mobility while allowing a remote human operator too much more intuitively control the robots, arms and head since everything is oriented in a familiar way were looking. Forward to seeing more of house in taro integrates full tawny supervised Itani and Tele presence control with hardware. This capable l. the robot may be limited primarily by what it's smart enough to do along with the interface that lets human control it directly. Hopefully we'll start seeing more demos from IT to get a better sense of all the cool stuff that Sotaro will be learning. Got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA? The space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans code and materials for you to pursue end-use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex than it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove from. e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer, unfortunately was no though. Oh far, less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. So GPL engineers decided to go back to the drawing board and build one that was less expensive. The result is the JPL open source Rover may set of plans that mimic the key components of of curiosity, the curiosity, started next couple to glitch of years, but but out. are are simpler simpler a We team learned of last British and and week use that use engineers Honda off off the the is are shelf shelf putting building components. components. 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