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"kodo" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:35 min | 5 months ago

"kodo" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"It sure would be nice if the players could get a fair deal so that we could have it on time. Because it's pretty rad. Yep. Yep, yeah, someone suggested if the lockout goes on long enough that we just do blessed from the past effectively wowed episodes where we discussed these things as if they are happening in the moment, which is not a bad idea. Yeah. That doesn't continue indefinitely. What else here, Mike Marshall's 106 relief appearances in 1974? We mentioned that when he passed away recently, and yes, I'm sure we would have been just stupified by what he did then. I guess it was a little less remarkable just in the context of picture usage back then, but even so it was an outlier that we would have marveled at. Ken Phelps versus Henry kodo, which was a big Bill James kind of undervalued player type debate, I guess that would have been something the Montreal Geoffrey laurier saga, Harvey haddocks and his 12 inning perfect game in a loss. The All-Star Game tie, that would have been a big one, probably. Sure, Sammy's Sosa's corked bat. What else do we have here? I guess just like the invention and integration of various equipment. And they started using catchers protective gear and gloves and batting helmets and such we would have had a lot to talk about there. The home run bar bouncing off of Jose canseco's head. Yeah. The Jay burner trade. The Ken griffey Mike Cameron trade. Yes. I doubt we would have foreseen how that played out ultimately. Yeah. Atlanta and Minnesota going worse to first and being World Series teams and the game 7 pitchers duel and Jack Morris and all the rest. I think this is a good one run Ghent signing the biggest single season contract in baseball history before the 94 season and then having it voided and getting released after a dirt bike accident, which is something that I feel like used to happen more often, like the baseball player getting injured in a non baseball injury or like another sport injury. I mean, baseball players still get hurt in all sorts of weird ways. But like the Jeff Kent, the run Ghent, the Aaron Boone, the like I was on my ATV. I was playing pick up basketball and I broke my leg or whatever. It seems like that doesn't happen as often or get reported as often anymore. So maybe players are more careful. Yeah, that's just because Madison Bumgarner is too good a rodeo. That happened. Yeah. That was something. Matt Holliday, not touching home or touching home against the Padres.

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"kodo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"kodo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jogging near her mother's home in Princeton in 2016 wants women to know how to defend themselves and his WBC Suzanne Sans Ville reports. The Vanessa team are caught foundation is teaming up with the Worcester County Sheriff's Office. To make that happen. They're holding a women's self defense workshop at the student center at Worcester State University Wednesday evening. Vanessa's cousin and co founder of the foundation, Caroline Thaci, says, If what happened to Vanessa happened to end Of her friends or family. She would have done anything to prevent it from happening to anyone else. We started the foundation really with the mission to empower woman to live boldly and fearlessly in one way to do that, we believe is hosting self defense classes. So of course we know that you know, self defense doesn't solve the bigger issue of violence against woman. She wants women to walk away from the workshop feeling empowered and more confident. Knowing a few techniques for defending themselves if they're attacked, whether it's at night or like in Vanessa's case in broad daylight. Suzanne Sackville WBC Boston's NewsRadio An 18 year old is facing multiple charges after a police chase ended on 89 in Sutton, New Hampshire. Yesterday. New Hampshire state police say Elijah Kodo was driving 113 miles an hour and refused to stop when a trooper tried to pull him over. The chase ended after kudos car hit a stop stick. Police say he then drove off. I 89 ran into the woods. He was later found and arrested. Those charges include stolen property, reckless conduct and resisting arrest. More charges are expected. A North Shore man rescued his neighbor from her burning home. 20 years after he lost his own family in a house fire Mark Columns, wife and two kids died in a house fire in 2000 and one and yesterday when flames engulf the rally home of Deb Shanahan. Next door Mark rushed into action. I incurred fire fire! I just threw my clothes on and just out of reactions, saw her in the kitchen, milling around flames, building out the back, smoke filling up the kitchen, and I just grabbed her and just took her out. Shanahan was not seriously hurt in the fire. It's time now to check on Bloomberg business Hard. Seltzer's were all the rage during the pandemic. Those fruit flavored carbonated adult beverages that soared in popularity during lockdowns when bars shut down and people drank more at home. But that was then what was most notable about the trends that we saw from Mitchell item ID. August was really for the first time in the data set that we have. We saw a year over year decline in hard Seltzer's. That's Vivian Azour, managing director at Cowen, who follows the beverage industry. Part of the reason bars reopened, giving drinkers more options also lots more competition for industry leaders, White claw the truly hard line from Boston Beer and Bud Light Seltzer. Now there's up and comers like Vizi from cores. Even Coke and Pepsi are getting into the act. But hard Celts are still accounted for $4.5 billion in sales last year were not saying that the hard shelter category is going to zero far from it. It's far too big, but I think there's a normalization in terms of consumer behavior. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBC, Boston's News radio. My guys have a great day You say plenty of news happened during your zoom.

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Millet Can Work Magic on Diabetes

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Millet Can Work Magic on Diabetes

"Today. We look at the best way to control diabetes. Starting with a remarkable results of crossover study randomized hundreds of people with diabetes to one and a third cup of millet every day. How does millet come to the help of diabetics a substantial portion of the starch in millet is resistant starch meaning resistant to digestion are small intestine so providing a bounty for the good bugs in our colon all way more than more common grains like rice or wheat but pro-seoul and kodo millet lead the pack. What's going on the protein matrix in millet not only access a physical barrier but actually also partially sequester. Is your starch munching enzyme. In the milit- polyphenyls can also act as starch blockers. In and of themselves mill also has remarkably slower stomach emptying times than other starchy foods. If you know white rice boiled potatoes or pasta your stomach takes about an hour digestive before starting to slowly dump it into your intestines in two or three hours to empty about half way whereas you eat sorghum or millet and stomach emptying doesn't even start until two or three hours. I may take five hours to empty even half way note. This was for both thick millet. Porridge or just like millet couscous. So since the non viscous millet couscous meal was also equally slowing emptying. this suggests. There may just be something about millet itself that helps slow stomach emptying which should blunt the blood sugar spike bud. You don't know until you put it to the

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"kodo" Discussed on Invisibilia

Invisibilia

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"kodo" Discussed on Invisibilia

"Stereotype is is thought chief. Eric jones looks the part of police chief. But then that can turn into a prejudice. Which is actually a feeling you have you take that stereotype. And now that's actually on your heart in your heart and then a discrimination would be acting upon that white guy salt and pepper hair square jaw. I grew up in small town. Usa very very white town. He says they didn't talk much about race. We just didn't have those discussions for me. They don't come natural like a lot of police. Chiefs jones has kind of a dual role part politician part cop and he uses the jargon of the job. We had this thing called the courageous conversations with doing cease-fire work procedural justice he's legitimacy training. That is another word. That i think i know but i don't know that i know i explain it. A certain way to. He goes to conferences to learn best practices. We brought a gun. Violence intervention strategy implements new initiatives. I think de escalation training is important and our officers. Things like trauma informed police saying and so i think it comes down to training training training What is our culture of our department. What our policies and he's trying to train racism out of his officers implicit bias training as the specific name of it. But it's all of our officers. Go through it. i went through it. I expect everybody from me. All the way down to two officers going out in the field. go through this training. So it's it's three eight hour days but as the phrase goes culture. Does he policy for lunch every time jen says yeah a three day. Anti-bias training has its limits. The fact is right when they walk out of the training. Then they're they're going right back to the streets right and so there can be a reverting back to write all these things. We're trying to teach them to be aware of a lot of teaching. Happens not in the classroom but in the field lessons pakistan by veteran officers. When you're training young officers you take them to areas where you know there's high crime. Oftentimes areas of color. This is retired police. officer frederick. Koto he was sergeant in the san jose police department and he also worked in internal affairs initiate. Okay i'm gonna teach you about someone being under the influence of drugs and we're gonna stop that guy over there and i'm gonna show you everything about it so it'll be stop a person of color and they said this is what a crack addict looks like. Look at his pupils lookout dries. Lips are look. I always itching and scratching his skin. Look how his eyelids flutter when they close These are all objective symptoms of stimulant influence. Now when you make three or four those stops and they're all wide and they're all cracked attics in that officer's mind going forward for much of his career he sees crack addicts as this. Does that also happen. With sort of this is what a bad guy looks like. One hundred percent hundred percent kodo says this not just as a police officer he also says this as a black man a black man who became a police officer in part after a couple of traffic stops where he says he felt profiled. A lot of departments do anti-bias training similar to what jones is doing in stockton. They're kind of like the diversity workshops that more and more companies are adopting and koto says. It's a nice idea. In theory officers in my experience will probably resent it probably make fun of it and fox seconds after the classes sensitivity training or cultural bias. Train has done their backup doing their own thing. Today's date is made ten thousand. Eleven is approximately fourteen of nine hours a few months after joe cleans mom filed their complaint. Internal affairs brings officer robert johnson. The third for questioning are offered over nicotine addiction With the sergeant is trying to determine if johnson had legal grounds to use force against green and to arrest him. Okay and you had shown your bed identified police officer head. You're you're you're now under arrest you think there's any doubt in mr green's mind at your intention was directed. Oh no there was no doubt green. Says he didn't see johnson's badge. He did hear johnson say he was a cop but green says he didn't believe him because johnson wasn't wearing a uniform he was just in regular clothes for green to have actually resisted arrest. He had to know the johnson was a cop. It's not enough for an officer to just say i'm police. They have to show. Id and witnesses tell the investigator. They didn't realize johnson was a cop. Either casual i to be honest with you like mechanic or some okay. So no bags. No man dancer and the surveillance footage you can see johnson out his badge from under his shirt but it's not until green has already turned to walk away and then there's the issue of pushing who pushed who and how the two ended up on the ground by pulled him by the shirt he immediately turned to me grabbed me and pushed me into a shelf. And that's one of the pushing match went back and forth but on the video it doesn't look like a pushing match. Green doesn't grab officer johnson. He's still gripping that damage dollar bill in his hand. Then johnson says he in green trip over a stack of shopping baskets intentionally pushed by yourself over the the baskets or was it unintentional tried to pull him away from the front door. Okay the ball of attention. I didn't realize baskets. Johnson says it's this accidental fall that knocked greens teeth out. It's harder to tell on the video but green says it wasn't a fall. Johnson slammed him to the ground. A witness that the investigators spoke to backed up green as they go to the floor. Johnson says something catches his eye or thought digital a little black digital scale Fell out from either. Someone is left side is hand is bothered or something. Johnson says this suggests screen is dealing drugs and that he's a threat generally with narcotics arresters weber's whether it be a knife a gun some type of a weapon in my experience people engaged in Narcotic sales tend to be a little bit more violent but no digital scale can be seen on the video and no digital scale is ever collected or booked into evidence. The internal affairs investigator doesn't even bring the scale up with any of the other witnesses. Not even with johnson's partner. Who was there that day. The only evidence we have for the digital scale is johnson's word. And then there's how he justifies using force but my left knee right around smaller his back and i'm trying to hold him down on someone he's already got pinned to the ground by had no handcuffs with me. I had no duty belt no baton a pepper sprayed. I had nothing but again in my hands they stopped at the scale violent. He was johnson says he started punching joe green to protect himself and he starts spitting blood so he turns any spitting blood. I don't know i don't know this guy. I don't know if he's got you know any bloodborne diseases I don't know anything about this. Guy's medical history. He claims he was afraid. Green could turn his head to the side and spit back over his shoulder into johnson's face. My concern is that i'm gonna get blood in my mouth in my eyes Contract something get something on my clothes back home but in the video you can see. Joe greene on his stomach on the floor. His face down and one of the witnesses. The interviews says green only made spitting noises after johnson hit him. You're guaranteed best. Sound or seen spitting before he got hit non. he's been. I just like paolo there. There's one more thing that johnson does to joe greene. one more use of force. That happens on the video. When joe green's been searched. He's handcuffed with his hands behind his back. He's posing no thrown at all at this point to the extent you could even argue. He was you know there was some kind of threat there. And then officer. Johnson takes the back of his head picks it up and slams it into the.

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"kodo" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"kodo" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"But at least the the who around the table reacting to his death just seem to do anything. Kill mithra hero. We lost another one. The thing that stinks is the. I don't like the first one and the third one and this guy absolutely love the second death that we were gonna talk about here in the pretend favorite death scenes in all of the bond movies. All right all right. I the first part of this and the united nations anyway guy keells over from being electrocuted quickly. Electrichouston deaths are quick. So i believe all that he's wired up bam bam. He's gone so we get this quick shot of the rep from san. Monique play biographic. Kodo and who plays kananga and mr big and big by way is an acronym in the fleming novel for his real name. Bonaparte ignatius ghalia. So there you go. That's what big gums room. And there's a woman next to him. Solitaire played by jane seymour. Now we get a nice camera shot from the back of the uk rep. Whose head is on the table. The other tables in front of them at a distance and one guy is finely standing up and reacting to this and and it took quite a while to do that. Okay wow so. We're wondering why this guy was killed me. Why is a guy that killed almost two minutes. In by the way and we haven't seen bond were at least the scene did show us can naga is a un rep so there was another purpose for the scene other than the stupid death and the shadow..

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"kodo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"kodo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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Restaurant Manager Attacked After Dispute Over Tip In Salem, Northeast of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Restaurant Manager Attacked After Dispute Over Tip In Salem, Northeast of Boston

"Well, the manager and a restaurant in Salem, saying she was attacked in a dispute over a tip. VC TV's Christina Rex has more on the alleged violence at the Kodo Grill in sushi without any sign she just like attacked me, Yang Lin says. A group of five tourists on Saturday night asked her server to split the bill. Four ways. And refused to leave a tip when she intervened and asked them to please Tipper Server, she says. This woman followed her up to the front of the restaurant, demanded her credit card back and shoved her into the wall, which our cameras caught on tape. Police responded. But two days later, Lin is still shaken up and sore from the experience and is trying to find the woman in the video. Only thing in my mind was grabbed is not My server tout. That's me. I'm a strong woman.

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Boston - First Red Panda Born At Buttonwood Park Zoo Makes Debut In Outdoor Habitat

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - First Red Panda Born At Buttonwood Park Zoo Makes Debut In Outdoor Habitat

"Born at Buttonwood Park Zoo in New Bedford made his debut outdoors yesterday and, well, the timing couldn't have been any better. Yesterday was International Red Panda Day. Kodo, the baby Red Panda, Born on June 4th, Mom and dad, the zoo's red panda couple in there named I don't know where they get this. Marie and Jacob course it is. Red pandas native to nape all northeastern India, Bhutan and parts of China and they are an endangered species. Senator Chuck Schumer Out to save Broadway

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"kodo" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

The Sprinkler Nerd Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

"I'd be remiss if I didn't talk about wire to wire. So powered by coders part of this Problem solving tool the toolbox that we have here. So in this case, the powered by coder is where we have a base station thirty, two, hundred or base station one thousand, and that's kind of what's nice is either controller will work with this one where the substation is an extension of the base station thirty, two, hundred, not the base station one thousand. So here I've got a base station one, thousand, thirty, two, hundred connected to a to our path in zones attached to it. Somewhere. On that. Wire. Path. got a power by coder connected. That is receiving that to our path and an can run conventional zones or other devices out there. So now the That that powered by coder that we we saw earlier right this this device. Is a just another to art advice on that wire path. Some things that are cool about this it works with either controller. There's no networking involved and it works really well when you have an existing wire path or a new two wire path. And you can. You can bring that in. So this allow you to bring devices back into that controller put in a wired method. Yeah. Yeah I'm I'm glad you're talking about this because this goes back to the very beginning baseline baselines. Had this this powered by Kodo technology essentially since day one when you think back to the first base line two thousand. Product and some of our users that have been with us a long time. No. This others that are new don't know that this product exists and it's you know in the fundamentals of how baseline operates why we call that a powered by Coder because all those terminals are to wire addresses in their addressable. So this is a great way to. Think about taking this technology in making it wireless and that sort of what the substation does make that. Technology. Wireless. Right. Absolutely. Absolutely..

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"kodo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Numbers of Corona virus from Jack Cronin, the Kogo newsroom positive test rate just for today has dropped to 4% 3rd time this month, there were fewer than 400 cases, in fact, the lowest number in two weeks. For the daily number of cases. The rolling 14 day average of the positive test rated still 5.8%. The county is above the trigger of the local level of seven, a rolling seven day period for community outbreaks there 14 the last week and they're still 149 cases per 100,000 that keeps San Diego in the state Watch list. Nine more deaths have also been announced 487 for the outbreak is also trying to reach a hard hit population. Locally, the county is intensifying its outreach efforts to Latinos because they're carrying a bigger burden of covert 19 compared to other groups. County health officials are ramping up education outreach efforts to help address systemic barriers that are contributing to Latinos being more severely impacted by the virus. The county has launched a new radio TV online and signage campaign. Describing protective measures and community resource is Maryland Haider Kogo News President Trump telling Americans to wear masks in public, he says. The Pandemic will get worse before it gets better, he says. The administration and stopping at nothing to slow the spread when you can use the mask. If you're close to each other. If you're in a group, I would put it on when I'm in a group. If I'm in an elevator, and there are other people with me, including like security people, it's not. Therefore they have to be in the elevator. I want to protect them. Also, I put on a mask president also pledging Get a vaccine out to people process, he says is coming along very well, right Jack from except they come to 7 30 connected staying forum. San Diego's breaking Said station whose radio 600 Kodo Karen and Jack brought to you by Valley View Casino and Hotel thinks.

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"kodo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"kodo" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast

"You mentioned that you discovered a book that sort of set you on your down a path and that book was called self. It was by show which Yama, so I was wondering how you came upon that. and. What was in that book? That really spoke to you. When I was seventeen years old I was a high school shooting in Osaka. And I didn't like school system. And I have A. Friend who didn't exclude neither. So. We are always talking and complaining about. Japanese education system and <hes> value system when Japanese, society at the time you know, definitely Pru, why what very hard to make money to make <hes>? Afterward what to Japan were very poor, so they have to restore them <hes> prosperity. So they walk God and. We didn't like walking heartful. Make money we. I addressed. I wanted to find some <hes>. Meaning of more making money. And that school? You know teachers teach us. We have to study hard to go to our Christie Jess. University And that is to get a good job got means to make good money and I couldn't find any meaning. OBE live in that way over F. So we are in the intervals. And <hes> I often escaped from grass room and a win to a laboratory school library. Under or <hes> many books about philosophy. On Cy, young son and so forth. And <hes> that friend has some Wa Food New Anti Z.. <hes> to two. So the pass on went to on to practice. Who is a does? Qudos Shonda. Under G is a monastery in Kyoto. Is that is that? Yes I live with ing or soccer. On Growth from Osaka. So. During the summer vacation, the friend went to untie visited and ties understated therefore. I think about two weeks. On that was the year nineteen sixty five that that was. Like after was published, the first book on that was <hes>. Or the set of soul. My friend was staying at anti-g. He gave a copy of Bush's a book to his friend. And after he came back from as he, he allowed me to read that book. That was how I. Studied to read that book so. You you. You had more like poetic sensibility that didn't. You know that. May You know

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Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:02 min | 2 years ago

Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before

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"kodo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:41 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Com I still get a film and here we go get to go and actually got gone last week at the hall of fame game but it gets going fully revealed this weekend as the forty Niners host cal boys raiders host in aims at Oakland this Saturday and Kirk Morrison who of course war the silver and black came out a bit should bow down and now is plying his trade as a media man cover in E. S. P. N. Los Angeles rams pre and post game doesn't work at Sirius radio also for the athletics was all over the place Kirk you have you have made yourself into a media Titan my man welcome back to the more from actual Brymer football McAfee how you doing man well don't hear mandolin good it's always my favorite time of year some people might call you know the Christmas holidays of their favorite time for me it via our football and camp around the NFL but the college directly well yeah yeah that's right you can talk about either and or both so she based on LA now Kirk yeah based on the life of a given the you know Graham charges a lot you are the a little bit UCLA and you'll get ready for my college football duties in Iraq couple weeks probably traveling the country as well yes so actually I'm interested in that because I'm a huge college football fan what are you gonna be doing postgame I argued head over to baton Rouge Ellis you told your other Nellis you week one for me might you try to defeat well if you have been have been a trip that I always love going to love actually got off or get any of their previous piano last couple years so got a nice relationship with kodo drum but it's more about the people the pageantry in our SEC football and for people on the west coast California people are glad well with the bay area I could use it should be on your bucket list to go down and check on F. E. C. home football game truly in love there that just is not about the game it's about the the entire weekend so I'm always look forward to that part of the of the season as well hello I haven't been you know growing up in the bay area and then going to San Diego state you know respect the California college football but it's a different dealer to right I mean it's a different planet when you get down when you get down to the south well it is different because I think for a lot of people especially in the bay area we're kind of in a you know in a big time city life you don't I mean you've got a lot going on where you get down to the south in the SEC you know a lot of these programs are not in your major metropolitan city there are you know usually you to carry our the what the from the no metropolitan area so you get or play a feel of a community and family and they are all land to their football program I mean the truly is the the town the city whatever it may be easily stopped for a Saturday just because of the college football game look about that take place in the college football it is also talking to Kirk Morrison new cares came at a base but down then played eight years of play for the raiders and of course jags in the bills but now do a lot of media both college and pro soccer just a little bit about you know the the dawning of the NFL exhibition season I mean since you're down in LA I'd love to ask about the rams I mean I guess the only knock on the rams would be just the pressure of the Superbowl hang over other than that the rosters great the coaching staff's great they're young they're talented I mean I for me there's no reason why they can't get right back to where they were but there is such a thing Kirk as quote Superbowl hang over right so has that has that been kind of talked about handle down there what a load of pretty much angle I think you know you gotta figure out what kind of team would you rather be out with a losing to the patriots in approval of the P. previous that lost to the patriots wore the Atlanta Falcons who are up twenty eight three and we know how that game and they end up moving over time that was probably a game that really has really I'll be able to come that year the a lot of pop and then they went to the playoffs after the year after but you know it's still in the back of their minds I think would be look around a little bit different in the fact that there are more upset at how they played in the pool will only score three point could get the knowing the patriots and here they are one of the highest scoring offenses in the National Football League last year if they were only able to muster three point so I'm not there to hang over there's more frustration that they don't play their best football and I think that's kind of what he'll be on file for this training camp is that we we know we can get there we got to play better and we got to add a couple more wrinkled with what they've done offensively in terms of getting from guys that helped me an awful drafting a running back in the third round talking to Kirk Morrison new course you read the athletic you hear my rams pre and post see money S. P. N. college football coverage and rams just look in my eighty down there for sure I turning our attention just to the local team here the forty Niners as being the nine a flagship Kirk you know listen I mean there's always been a little a lot I sort of like Kyle Shanahan the hot candidate in John Lynch seems like a bright genial guy but they've only won ten games in their first two years and I'm wondering you know their defense statistically was pretty bad last year on the C. Jimmy G. got hurt I mean they seem to be way more questions than answers on the forty Niners by you by in their stock right now well you know having visited the camp lineup plenty of time the last couple I went to a guy who I've known for a very long time with are in jail because but you know the one thing I can say is that you always felt that no matter what they were doing anything after this goal that it was going to at least be a three year turnaround you know like take three years to really build this thing up I mean that cover was really there when they came in there are two seasons without winning New we were only there to happen for us you know and I kind of comparing but when you look at what the ramp had they had a piece of football team leader in car wrecks and may have the quarterback everything looks fine for them and in two years they made the playoffs twice in a football can you look at the forty Niners I mean defensively they don't really have much there honestly when you look at the offer and you know the quarterback situation was one in which they haven't really figured out that fly you with a need for any hello so I'm not necessarily behind them as a contender for school ball but I do think that this will be a much better team than what we call a year ago I think you need help he understands what meager pale in order to achieve I think they've got more talent in a cat over the last couple years and so you will see improvement but I don't know we're talking about we were both kind of role are we talking about maybe second third team in the NFC let her the full nobler knocking off and all the adults are already working on the same page the land I'm not buying that no we're talking to Kirk Morrison on the eve Murph and mac show on the woman guess line and you know what with the addition of Boso on the defensive line and how to force Buckner played last year also for us all my Thomas actually start playing better near the end of the season last year with those kind of upgrades and improvements and growth do you think that will you know for example we talk a lot about here in San Francisco Kirk that the forty Niners only had two interceptions last year the NFL lowest obviously so I would they would more pressure on the quarterback you know the the the interceptions should improve could that translate to more wins I mean I'm just I guess I'm asking just about defensive improvements and have they been enough in your eyes to actually make a difference in terms of wins well going back to my point earlier I've when you're talking coach Robert power in here no title the adult that you're even though they were implemented the fence down there they kind of felt that a year three of them would be when the light turned on for a lot of players the first couple years a little bit different for them especially when you have a bunch of guys who were still young and learning last year you're expected bill got to got all that playing time because of injuries there okay they're just you're going to great last year and I didn't make that leap they make backed up another year in their system now year three hundred for my career well I knew that from the year two to year three I'm at war I needed to be at what I was looking at train my eyes to where I can not only cover my man but still be able to get the quarterback you were the bald one it does come from a past Russian animal unity Solomon Thomas but he still hasn't lived up to where he was trapped in that yeah I look here they had last year I mean the defense of line in general the four hundred ever hear me at all rushing the passer and that's why we open in business to go out and get fifty or go out and grab a focus for that help you right away you would hope so but at the start click here you have a better and like Richard Sherman who can be there and show you guys how to start taking from gamble because that could do a better do they gamble will pay it they go on and got the little younger players you know what is going on back there I look more interesting and your bill after it but it comes with he'll look for effort of the entire defense look around the NFC Curtis gone big picture just who you know who you like and maybe who you don't like me the bears had their twelve win year last year the the Vikings and Kirk cousins didn't have the year they wanted she's Aaron Rodgers one six nine and one last year yeah the cowboys won the ease last year but the eagles are right behind them down.

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"kodo" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

13:46 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"This was different. I the next night, so okay, who is one of I think they while they say, they're the only company that does like that services, the Koto that has an office, right? On the trail, and they do. And that night I actually stayed in their office. Now, I don't think that that's a normal place that they put people up but I could be wrong. I think the, the town that I was in that night was pretty booked up. And I think that's kind of one of their, you know, options, you can stay there, but it's an old Japanese wouldn't home. So it was the traditional. House kind of behind the office part. And there was this traditional house, with the, you know, the little mats, and, you know, a futons on the floor and the everything's on the floor use nothing really, you know, and so it was a really cool place to stay cool with the little sliding doors. And all that kind of stuff. I feel like I saw a picture of a did I maybe see a picture of that on your Instagram? Probably host that some I feel like I can picture it. I was following your whole trek on Instagram. So there were lots and lots of pictures. Instagram story. Yeah. Did we mention that Sherry's a photographer? World. Yeah. And then the next night, I was at a traditional also traditional Japanese in a reopen is what you'd call it and though, the ryokans are the ones with the, the Matt's. What's it called to Tommy NATs? But there is special Matt and the little two inch futons on the floor and that kind of stuff, and that was really Deplace. I was there at an onset that was a little higher end place. Let's explain real quick with an on-scene is because not worried is all over the place. Once you start talking about Japan and like, we don't know what that means unless you explain it. So what does on freaking out? But I loved it public bathing. It's a public bath. Yeah. There you go like hot spring. So, but yes, yeah. But and yes, most of them are hot springs. But just even the way that the Japanese culture is this going to send weird bathes is. Is so different than how we think about how we think about it. So even let me say even in the guest houses they would draw a bath for me. That sounds a hot hot hot bath at it had a little cover on it that you could roll back. So that would keep it at this very specific temperature. Dreaming. Much like an onset when you go in a hot spring, then you there's a lot of rules around it. But you bays you shower basically before you get into the bath. So you get into the bath clean into this hot water and kind of soak for a while. So that might be a bath in someone's guest house, or it might be an actual onset hot spring. So every night I was in hot water, which completely sacked me though I just it was what I came back to my little room in my mats. And you know, there's no place to sit so and they don't put out your on until you go to dinner. So I honestly I was just so dead from hiking. And then this on sensit- unlike I just laid on my mats on the floor. Yeah, I have an hour like, oh my God. I can't move. So the step to the things to know is yes. You shower beforehand, and you shower typically in public, it's a little, I mean, I shouldn't say, well, it is public, but it's separated by men and women. And then you get into the to the onset and one of the rules is you have to be completely nude. You cannot wear anything in that on center in the public bath can't, and that's because like I said their idea of bathing is you do that when you're clean, so it's, it's very specific that you can't wear anything in there, some people kind of freak out about it. I it didn't bother me. But, you know. I do want to add to that right now because actually my my, my brother and his wife, who you guys just heard a couple of episodes ago talking about her nose experiences. They actually just also did this for their honeymoon. And that was a question for them was like were they going to get to go into hot springs together ever, you know, like as a couple? And so I just do want to say that there are certain specific places where you can have private on son's like yet, for male and female, did you ever see those like were you ever? Some of the places I stayed had just had basically reserve them in advance you go. Yeah. The other thing is like the place where I stayed at one of the places where I stayed in kind of this bigger luxury reopen, de river, which was the hot spring river was running right outside of their. So if you didn't want to go into their kind of indoor on sense you could just, you know, sit in a swimming suit or jog bra and pants or shorts and sit in the river and lots of people did that too. That was away. More of social aspect to kind of more typical of how we have spring, I suppose at least in Colorado. Yeah. But yeah, so there, there are options not all places are, you know along the river. Yeah so, but I did have some places like that. And if you want to do that, if you want to experience that, you just, you know, he would tell Oku and they can set all that up. Cool. Good to. Yeah. So I can't even remember we are talking about the places you were staying in a guest houses, and the people, you are meeting, and all of that, just so all of them were a little different, different sizes, different feelings. But most of the places except for kind of that bigger Rio. Can you know, I didn't have a lot of exposure to talk to a lot of people there. Because, you know, I find the bigger places you stay the less social, they are. You know, it's weird, but, but I did have plenty of opportunities. So to talk to people, otherwise and there were even a few times where we got it was so cute. There was this Japanese group, probably about twelve people are so that I was passing these toll older Japanese women were in the back, and we are getting ready to go up this, you know, switchback pass, and they were. Topping. And I said Hello to them. Then they gave me chocolate before I went up to pass. It was so cute. And we kind of started talking. They had a guide so he could translate. And they were going to be doing the Camino to Santiago later in the year. We started talking. During like seventy four they super cute, and they would just slow and steady. They were awesome. And then the woman gets out of her bag. She's like, wait, wait, she gets out of her bag this beautiful. Little like silk purse like tiny that would kind of go with a KOMO and she gives it to me in as a gift like chocolate wasn't enough. You're like I'm not worthy. It's true Japanese for like I said perfection. Holes out. She posted on she's like weight, and she pulls out like three others. So I could choose my patterns. Gosh, I choose a pattern and that she pulls out these little individual, like plastic bag that she puts it in like Foltz it all up. But gives it to me. And I'm like, oh my God. New kidding. So they were they were super nice. So, you know, I even got a, you know, even got some exposure in got to talk to some of those groups to as I walked by or maybe we've met at a shrine or whatever. So, you know, there's a lot of opportunity to kind of learn along the way, but my best advice there, though, is you're going to see a million things that you're gonna have questions about and bright them down. And then ask when you get to someone that is, you know, comfortable, speaking English KiKi that information that is really good advice. Because then you still, you know, it it's a conversation starter you to meet people, and you're learning along the way, especially if you're solo. So, yeah, there are so many questions. I can't even tell you. Oh man. I bet I am trying to imagine this just sounds amazing and worldly to me as it is. And it's a good. You know, it's a proper hike. I mean that's, that's the other thing too. No different from the I did the whole community. Santiago, it is a walk. I say the commended Koto is a hike. It is a proper hike. I wouldn't wanna do it without hiking boots yet. There were some people that did you just did it and running shoes running shoes. I wouldn't wanna do it without polls. There were younger people with better knees, the knee that did I suppose, but this was hard like I was spent every day. And then you'd have to get up and do it again. Yeah. Way way. More strenuous in difficult than a the community. Santiago by far. Yeah. Something that you should probably train for which I didn't. Was really good advice. Do you know what the total was that you hiked? Yes, I do. So I did wait a minute this, I did actually write it down. So I did about twenty seven point six miles on the trail on the actual what they would call the Natura hetchy route knock a hetchy road trail. And then I did an extra day where I hiked with a monk that was another six miles so On about. get about thirty. Yes. So I think about thirty three miles in five thirty three and a half miles in five days. Okay. That it was proper like it wasn't ever altitude. You don't want to deal with the altitude. But you know that, that last day, it really killed me actually, it was nine miles. I think in it, you had a twenty six hundred foot climb in the first two point five miles. Well, I basically spent three hours just going straight up which max. Yeah. Wow. Just stairs these stairs to hear your. Yeah. And then we, I'm so happy when I finally got to the top, I was practicing this 'cause the prior day I went out with the monk. So I was practicing the, the tipsy had given me about, like kind of walking meditation. We're about seventy five percent of the way up, and then I gave up and started. Cussing probably. But I got to the top, and I'm like, oh, thank God, it's all going to be easy from now at for the rest of the, you know, hike. And then I got up to the kind of top kind of doing point, and then it was all down the last really mile and a half. And it was the stairs, that were just punishing. It was. It was stone stairs. So just none rate for needs. Ready to it was, I was so sick of stairs by the time I got to that last temple. I don't blame you so, you know, proper definitely proper hiking routes three routes. Yeah. Lots of up and down. Yeah. Sounds like it. So in, in your opinion, who who should do this track? Like, who? Is this for? Anyone? Well, anyone who loves hiking, but you have to like multiday hikes, because, like I said, you're up the next day do in another six to nine miles in. It's for someone who enjoys that kind of threw hiking in, which you do not have to, you know, camp and carry your food. Which is the kind of stuff that I love, which is, you know, so it's really made for that kind of threw hiking or kind of in a way hut to hut experience. But the Hudson are nice little guest houses or hotels. But they furnish all the food. So that's what I would say. It's for indefinitely appropriate for someone who's done the community, Santiago, if you're looking for another kind of pilgrimage like that. In fact, they also have something called a dual pilgrimage status that Uni. Yeah. Oh my gosh. You're so special. That's you. Now. Right. Yet technically it is. I didn't go through all the steps to actually physically get the status, but I know that I did it you know, and you all now know as well. Sheree hot dual status. Pilgrim. Yes. So, you know, for people who want that it's perfect for them, obviously, so, so yeah, and that's what those women that I met along the way, we're working on to doing this, and they were going to have to turn around and go do the, the Camino. So, yeah. So cool, we should probably mention this was luggage supported correct. So you just had a day pack with you. Yes. So but, but. Bug in service that they meaning not. Okay. Well, I think Okuda actually Oku deaths have an option when you sign up with them. You could have your luggage moved, I think daily, but I'm not positive. It's, it's daily or every other day or if it takes two days or throughout Japan, there's these luggage services that you can move your luggage all the time, and it's super easy, and it's very reasonable. But the thing is, is that they require two days.

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"kodo" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

13:42 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"I'll be at a little jet lag today. I did us get in late last night. And I've been in Japan for three weeks. So it's, it's going to be a little bit of a shock to the system for the next few days, but I love it. We get you like fresh off the plane, like your head probably hasn't even had time to process, everything that you just went through, and we're going to go there. Anyway. Well good as long as long as you know that. I'm good to go. I was wondering where my niece has soup west this morning, have any, I missed it. Was that? Did you have that like every day? Yeah. Most. Yeah. Japanese breakfast, always Mesa soup. Normally some fish various other things that I had no idea what it was. But yeah, I got used to that. Wow. That's so cool. So you were there for three weeks, and that is what we are here to talk about, of course. So I guess we can get right into it. You did a portion of its just a portion you did of the commodity Kodo. Right. Well. It's a it's a good question. Because what I did was the new Koto, and it's unlikely, a regular pilgrimage route where you have a very specific beginning and ending. It's a little bit more going to say. Haphazard. But, but yes, I did five days of it. Basically, went from one place to and finished at temple. But there were a few times, where I had to take buses in order to make that work, but yeah, so I did the pilgrimage I technically got the status of a pilgrim. Come on. Koto pilgrim. And there are longer routes. There's about seven routes that you can do on the commodity Koto. Okay. So let's start with the first question, which is, what, what is the commodity Koto like you have already mentioned that it's a pilgrimage? Uh-huh. This is we. We did talk a few sets back about the community Santiago in Spain being a pilgrimage. So maybe you can enlighten us a little bit about what the come on. Koto trail, actually is. Yes, I wish I wish I could say fully understood it, but I still had something very different. It is a pilgrimage, but it's not a Christian pilgrimage. It's a ancient pilgrimage from the eleventh century in which basically people from all walks of life from emperor to samurai to just regular people used to complete and I shouldn't even say complete they used to walk in this area. So it was considered the key peninsula, which is a south of Osaka. It's one of the biggest peninsulas in Japan is the area for the Camano hikes and key k I actually means tree. And this whole area is filled with mountains and trees sounds beautiful. It is beautiful. It's just green trees everywhere. But this was an area where people used to come. To kind of cleanse themselves in a way, it was a, it was a process of purification in praying and kind of becoming one with nature, so where's the community? Santiago is this whole process of walk into the end and basically being forgiven of your sins. Getting the Compostela. The KOMO news Koto isn't quite as clear as that. But it is the idea of pilgrimage ING through these kind of sacred mountains to three. There's three different sacred shrines that you can attend or go to, and it's a process of purification in getting closer to nature. So that that's what it is from a historical standpoint. Now it has developed into these kind of seven routes, and it also, I can't remember what year it was but achieved UNESCO world. Heritage status a few years ago. And it is the only other pilgrimage route, basically that is cheap UNESCO status. In addition to the Camino to Santiago, so that's why lots of times they've talked about together as kind of sister pilgrimages. Uh-huh. Okay. Yeah. You did mention that earlier. So that does make sense. Okay. Yeah, but they're two very different religions. So the other thing is the Japanese basically practice Buddhism, and Shintoism, which are there to religions in what the commander Koto or what this area did was kind of bring the two together and intermixed them. So it is spiritual definitely spiritual. But it's just it's not like the Christianity that many Americans were used to. Okay. So do you know I have two questions to follow that up? Do you know approximately like is it pretty touristy or do you know? Well, that's a hard question to you, because there are multiple different routes, I suppose, but I mean, I know that it's not as popular as the Camino, we can start with that nodded. Yeah. So did you see a lot of people when you were out there? I mean who knows about this, and who's going to do this hikers? Or do you think people are there to actually respect the, the reason it's there in go to, like kind of cleanse, and do like the nature thing. What do you think about that depends? So as far as the reason people are there it depends, I would say the few Japanese people that I met along the trail. It was a little bit more of a maybe kind of us spiritual journey for them. Whereas all kind of the, the westerners western Europeans Americans are probably there, mainly to hike and a lot of people I have a feeling. Are there who have locked the Camino to Santiago, and are looking for other pilgrimages to do which is what really brought me there, too? So as far as how many people it's a good question. I actually asked one of the big providers there that I worked with Oku Japan, if they had any stats on the number of people who finished or you know, but like I said, it's not a real clear cut starting finish. So it's, it's hard to say and they didn't have any numbers nor did the tourism board, really any real good numbers that they could share with me. Sadly, but from my experience. No, they were not a lot of people at all. On average, like I did count one day it was a full day of hiking for me. I think it was only like a little over six miles, but it was a long day. So it was up and down through these mountains. I walked solo. But in that day, I saw only think it was ten other groups of people, and that mainly consisted of couples. There was maybe two out of those ten that was bigger groups that were hiking together. Let's say ten or more. Let's say ten probably ten people. And then there were very few solo hikers too. I mean, I may be ran across to other solo hikers. So I thought that was really interesting. Most of the time I was at their hiking. I was pretty much felt completely alone. So in that way, it's nothing in many ways, actually, it's nothing like the Camino to me, the only thing that the Camino, and this pilgrimage the KOMO Makoto heaven. Come in are the UNESCO status. Very different things. Okay. Yeah. That pretty much means it's exactly like totally different from the canal. Okay. I mean, and they're both pilgrimages will relate in this different and, but the type of pilgrimage is very, very different. The one thing also to know is because it's just gaining popularity there, the infrastructure around. It is not there yet. And I don't know that ever get there as far as like the community Santiago, which has so much infrastructure around it in the sense of like lodging restaurants, you know, services, more the pilgrims. This is very much restricted because the places where you go the, the villages are small, and there's not a lot of lodging options. So it's kind of self restricted by the fact that there's nowhere to stay really don't book early enough for few don't organize it, it's not the type of trail at least during the higher seasons. Probably in the winter. This would be okay, but anything other than winter, it's not the kind of trail where you just walk in hope to find a place to stay when you're done walking right in a. Apparently you can do that on the communal like depending on the season. Yeah. Okay. Oh, wow. Okay. And so let's, let's be clear about the timing you this is June right now. And so you were there, walking the at the end of the day, the last week of may and that was shoulder season. Or do you think that was tourist season getting into? It's you know, I would say it's kind of on the its near shoulder season because June is considered rainy season for Japan. Okay. So most people had told me had suggested that I get as much, but, you know, don't really come too much June. Maybe beginning of June is okay. But the other thing that you have to think about, and this is okay. Who really helped me with this too, is I was going to go at the beginning of may, and they're like, no don't even bother because it's Golden Week in. Japan which is like a week long holiday. And they're like, don't even bother then because it would be a mess. So that's why I moved it to later in may. I think, but I, of course, don't know 'cause I didn't do it. I personally think the best times to go would be early spring, like say March April, and then probably fall. Let's say September October November. I think the summer would be pretty warm and you contend with rain. A lot more brain probably June, July. Okay. That's good Intel, and if you go in the spring, that's oh, some CNN. Right. Yes. Yes. Now granted you are walking mainly not through cherry trees. You're walking through Japanese cedar. But still, it would be dutiful. It's a good time to be in Japan, regardless. Yeah. You can you can go to Kyoto, right? And see the cherry blossoms there. I see all the crowds, and then escaped to the keeping flood, like it out forest bay than the mountains. So you mentioned that you did it solo but you did go with Oku. So did they did? They was it easy to follow the, the pather like were there signs along the way. Did they have to give you instruction I'm like thinking back to when I went on my bike tours and leg? We had to follow the directions otherwise we would have been lost. But in a place like I don't know the w for example, interest so pinedale like you can't really get lost their like it's easy to follow. So how was it injected in there? And I've done the w so yes, I would say it was more like the w you really can't get lost. Okay. However, yes, I went with Oku Oku provides a self guided option where they helped you set up. They basically help you kind of figure out how many days, you're going to be there and the Browns you wanna take the help you set up all the lodging any food that kind of goes along with the lodging and they do give you. You a ton of information on maps, and, like how to get to the trail heads. And then there are a lot of places to where like I said, unlike the Camino, where you do sometimes have to take a bus or some kind of public transportation to get to the next place, and they help you organize all of that. Now I'll be very honest. I freaked out when I got there, big packet of information started reading through it, of course, at the last minute 'cause I do everything last minute. So like, you know the week before I'm supposed to go, I'm reading through all of this stuff about every day, and all these detailed things about the, the, you know, the trail and the maps, and all this stuff and I kind of freaked out because I'm like, oh, my God. This is so much harder than I thought it was going to be. And I'm imagining myself getting loss, you know, walking alone and all this stuff, and I actually wrote them and, and I'm like, wow, this seems really complicated. And they're like, no, it'll be fine. It'll be fine. And so I get there and it wasn't complicated at all. When I learned to do from the logistic kind of logistics stuff that they sent me was not really too much, not worry too much about it, but only read one day at a time. Like what do I have to do tomorrow? I have to get up and I have to catch this bus and whatever I'm walking this route and day by day. It's really easy. And I didn't even honestly I didn't even open their maps when I was on the trail. So that's how easy it was around the trail. Maybe only can I think of two times that in my head. I thought I hope I'm on the right trail.

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"kodo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The elements last night and the newest of Yankees making his presence felt late in the game kids roots deals swung on drilled did eight great center that ball is high. That is far. Eddie and Kodo CEO's first home run as a Yankee Luna celebration. Edwin and Claude no seal. It's not that easy to come up with something. He got to go with something with a parrot, though. I believe Michael Kay did. We will try and have that for you. Did what the al-said he did walk the parrot. Yeah. That's, that's I think that's. How did he do that said, walk the parrot? Oh he was very elated. And he said. How did he say? He was so excited. Like Jerry says, if it was a game winning home run. Right. And when he made the turn around I did his Parador. He's at all. Parrot. If it was a game winner. Oh, Jesus really lost his mind, winning six to three and cross the on the homerun Cameron may been three for four home runs scored a couple of runs as well. And then he was released right after the game. Going to happen at some point perhaps. Yes, forty and twenty-seven are the Yankees. Here's Boone on his newest slugger, getting that big Dinger. I think he's at two two days of, of really good bat gotten any results to that point. And obviously to see the parrot come out was nice to see the parrot, John. With a parrot bobbleheads and parrot night and bring your cockatoo game. It's just gonna just gonna milk bark at the park. And yeah. You're going gonna wear the parrot yellow armband, arm sleeve that you NSS has made so famous couple years back now. I yeah, I don't I don't know if he's going to do that. You know what it doesn't match the Yankee uniform I don't think the Yankees would allow it. I would think probably not. But who knows here McCaw to the Bronx? We'll hear those who at Paul old industry here, the Yankee music. Bring your parrot to the Bronx on August fifth as its bring your exotic Verde to Yankee Stadium. It'll poop all over the field level seats, but don't bring it up to delta sky. Three sixty. That's where the rich people said, second basement have a parrot. I don't know. Yes. She does. Yes. Really? All that's right. Yes, Becky, it says a bunch of stuff, too. I remember she used to show me videos of it saying, weird things like things, you'd never think the parrot would say, like Cheerios. How did I ever say that? Take me ballgame to doesn't. That's kind of cool that bad. Yeah, I always had an idea of getting a bird, like a African gray parrot, or a regular, parent and just keeping FAA on on all day while I'm out on FAA on the radio and see if picks up any of the host, Joel. Can you change this freaking cage? Can you put some new newspaper in it from nine hundred ninety nine environment is this is ridiculous. Walk in the door. Iowa back. Hey, clown. That'd be amazing. Here is N. Carnell Sione in terms of being on the Yankees now and no pressure on Tambo to free pressure. Drag. Phone does all about DJ la- make you the game tying RBI single in this game, Giancarlo Stanton. He was oh for four. He did strike out a couple of times. Here's Boone still kind of find his way and find this timing and, and he'll get there just working his way back into kind of finding that timing J half the win on vino Quesnel Britain in inning apiece. Or all this Chapman, the save here was happy, went five for the victory strike. One, and I don't think I did is good of a job is probably wanted to with that. But I think following on getting back to one count was big tonight. A win is a win is a win series today. CC sobat. The Blake Snell coverage on the fan at twelve twenty five acres at two and a half game. Lead now top the AL east as for the Mets. No, they did not win. Four nothing. But always good in Atlanta due to Lonzo too high.

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"kodo" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

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"kodo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of that is talked about, but the app if you buy it, you can still burn it. Oh, yeah. That's why you should back up everything UBS or one day, you may wake up and say, hey, wait a minute. This this is now alive cut of attract that I bought. Right. Or it's different. It's totally different mix or I think it happened to me with foreigner. It was a different for the song cold as ice. It was a different vocalist. The. Placement to Lou gram called cold like ice. Anyway. Yeah. Apple's going through some changes in their killing off. I tunes, but what they're gonna do. Instead is roll out different apps on the MAC you know, you got music, TV podcast books. They're just all going to be separate apps, and they're, they're trying to develop it. So the same app. Works for works on every platform, so you don't have a different app for your phone, and your computer. It's the same one they're trying to streamline everything. Okay. So that's not that big a deal. We want to get to the story because you hate the rentable e scooters in town. You're in you can't stand it. They were invented by Satan himself, but this could be a replacement. Yeah. Yeah, you've got those stupid E scooters that are out there. And in San Francisco, there's a Swedish company that wants to start rolling something else out there, getting to they're getting ready to unleash. Rentable pogo sticks. My gosh. Instead of those stupid, east scooters. I'm all in favor of this one, because at least the pogo sticks you can't run over an old lady on the sidewalk, you're more likely to hurt yourself. I break her. Yeah, you could. That's true. Never mind, San Francisco's, a good idea because it's real flat. Right. Exactly. Not hilly at all. Hoop on the thing near be poop on it. When going through San Francisco. They did a story at the local affiliate the CBS affiliate there. Wants to bring these two hundred rentable Kodo, sticks to the streets of San Francisco, it appears they're coming. The question is anyone really jump at the chance of try. I don't think it's going to be a good investment Pogos thing you really think they're going to be hopping around all San Francisco. This company says that they could roll out the.

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"kodo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well, we're all waiting for that little magic wand. What would that be? It's called m l s that would be Mary Luther speeding laser therapy. It's not the laser that they used to cut things it's a cold laser, and whenever they made this discovery been used on racehorses far fifty six years, and it was finally approved for humans, but it takes several different wavelengths. Of a laser put them together. And the light is able to penetrate the skin and the people who brought this clinic to the lake of the Ozarks from sedalia went there for treatment for exactly what you're talking about because of chronic long-term pain and not wanting to be hooked on the opioid painkillers. And since they've received their therapy and opened this clinic they have never had to go through this therapy again or youth opioid painkillers again, this whatever this does it goes into the body and gets rid of inflammation and facilitate healing. The body itself. And it's it's it's used frequently. But it's very well known the words not apple. This way. The there has to be a reason why the word is not that well known if there wasn't a catcher somewhere, Peter pits. I would have to think that there would be a stampede to this. I have not heard about it doesn't mean it's not relevant. And there are a lot of ideas out there that needs to be explored. But there's no there's no magic solution here. Yeah. Again, I that would to me Geneva would require a lot of questions about why. If it's as good as you, you say, it is that that there hasn't been a wholesale tidal wave of people going the town of sedalia, Missouri wouldn't be big enough to hold the millions of people who showed up for that. So I'd want to know more and lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. Hello, steve. Hello. Thank you. I've got civil court points on this real quick. It the studies I've read or the most most of the deaths file fjords have done by a combination of dry. I mean when they when they and they don't they don't publish this that their system shows everything from all Heidrick Kodo, maybe cocaine who knows what's in their system. But the survey it's usually a combination is that not true. Yes. It is true. I mean, abusers abuse. And when you identify these abuses of opioid abusing alcohol abusing cocaine marijuana, a whole variety of of substance. It's illegal and otherwise received. The second point. I. And I just ended up with a dull. You know as far as rating, it I can deal with pain wall type of pain that not only wouldn't allow me to sleep like quitting functional would wear it. Just wears you Dan on. It's it's it's. Which stressful. And so I I gotta gotta script. In any people? Go by the doctor's prescription every bottle usually take one or two every three or four hours. People go by that they're gonna guess what I did was. Pain for long. I can take a half warm. At least let me sleep. And I could deal with it for another period of time. And so in a bottle lasted me for a long long time. Goes by the script the last year just severe. Hey, take right. Well, we we get what you're saying. And that leads to the obvious question. Peter pits are dosages commonly prescribed way too much. And I know that's difficult that easy for us to say, we're not sitting here in pain. But nonetheless, what would be your view in my experience. Doctor tell me you won't take as little as possible for a shorter term is possible. And what what the FDA has gotten you thirty to do now is quote unquote, impose special rules for prescribing. Which kind of touches on this matter now that sounds like kind of a smart way to go, but it's a bit of a slippery slope. Because do you really want the FDA to be in charge of dictating to physicians had to practice medicine? You know, it's it's a tough tough issue. All right. More to come. We'll be back with more calls for Peter pits from C N.

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News in Brief 21 February 2019

UN News

03:20 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 21 February 2019

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations. The use of a snake by Indonesian police during the interrogation of indigenous Papuan boy amounts to torture. You at appointed rights experts said on Thursday, an online video released earlier this month shows the handcuffed youngster arrested for allegedly stealing a mobile phone screaming in fear as officers pushed the snake's head towards his face. The case is just the latest in a widespread pattern of violence alleged arbitrary arrests and methods amounting to torture by the Indonesian police and military in Papa the rights experts insisted representatives of the Indonesian police have publicly acknowledged the instant and apologized for it. But the UN experts appealed for prompt and impartial investigations to be carried out. I think that such tactics are often used against indigenous Papuans and human rights defenders the development comes amid an ongoing military operation in Papua. Which became part of Indonesia in nineteen sixty nine and has seen an increasingly vocal pro independence movement. U N secretary General Antonio guitarist has called for the international process of decolonization to be brought to a successful conclusion as he addressed the special committee on the subject at union headquarters in New York on Thursday, mister Gutierrez reminded his audience that decolonization is one of the most significant chapters in the US history. Propelling the growth of the organization today's total of one hundred and ninety three countries. But he added there is still work to be done as seventeen. Territories around the world are waiting to attain itself. Government the U N G specifically mentioned the case of New Caledonia which 2018 held a referendum on independence from France. Who's corporation in the process? He said was commendable. Countries around the world have been celebrating international mother language day on February the twenty first, but for Ben goalies, it has a particular significance. The day was officially recognized by the general assembly in two thousand eight following lobbying by Bangladesh, but the origins stretch back to nineteen fifty two when Bangaladeshi was still a part of Pakistan Bengali students protested, a government older imposing or do as the sole national language and the widespread unrest that followed led to the Bengali language been granted official status for years later. Speaking to pulling a grip from your news. I'm Bassett Masud been moment. Pummit Representative of Bangladesh to the UN explained what his country is doing to ensure linguistic diversity worldwide in Bala dish. We have set up an international mother language center to research languages, which are vanishing and also out to protect them, promote them, preserve them. We should all strive to. Protect whatever you have from the past and languages is the most significant manifestation of any such culture identities on the basis of language than we have songs and lullabies and other cultural forms, and you can hear the full interview with embassador moment on our website, news dot U, N dot org. Kodo leadin U N news.

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"kodo" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kodo" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"I remember full enough. I don't remember the end of every pocus because I do remember where we stopped on yours. Good because I want to go back to that. But first of all our here on Craig lovely to see you. I'm it's to be asked about to be never tipples. Dave. It was going to Jolie. It's been quite Vattenfall since we last spoke, and can you tell him? I was bit worried about your one point. Oh since we last met because you sent me a attacks on all of this. What led you to go into Ospel? Oh. Up of you. You mean recently? Yeah. Oh, yeah. I was working on gentlemen jock in. Fox. So the tells me Leauge drove over leads the night before. Checked into the Alltel. Go to stairs out the left and collapsed. Passed out came to the Kodo go to got to the room collapsed. Again, rope. That's six in the morning fulfillment. Let me just stress anything drink. Yeah. Any drugs at all. We don't worry toll at this. Yeah. I was worried was like work tomorrow Elma. I mean, you can before the world. Well, no I Meyer world. I don't like we seem work especially as something over I cost the self inflicted. Anyway, I went to bed. Went to sleep. Add to be onset six what it was was. At the car parts outside the hotel at six fifteen so could drive to the location. So when a Finnish on that was the plan which at don't on numerous occasions doing now film. Series. Goto pin them on..

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Painkillers for dogs, cats may be worsening human opioid crisis: study

KTOK Programming

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Painkillers for dogs, cats may be worsening human opioid crisis: study

"Vigil more evidence of the growing opioid crisis. A new study suggests painkillers prescribed to pads could possibly be contributing to the opioid crisis in the US. Researchers looked at trauma doll hydro Kodo the coating tablets and fencing all patches prescribed mainly two dogs and cats from two thousand seven till two thousand seventeen the study at the university of Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine and the school of veterinary medicine found the quantity of these prescriptions. Rose by forty one percent while the number of annual visits. Also grew by thirteen percent. Some states now require veterinarians to look into the background of the owner before prescribing opioids

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