19 Burst results for "Korbut"

"korbut" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"korbut" Discussed on WTOP

"For business specials during Dell's summer sale event This is WTO P news It's one 53 in what may be a retaliatory move Iran says it has seized two Greek oil tankers in the Persian Gulf while the revolutionary guard didn't elaborate Iran had threatened to take punitive action because Athens helped the U.S. seize an Iranian oil tanker in Greek waters This comes during a period of building tension between Iran and the west over stalled negotiations on the country's advancing nuclear program Southern Baptist leaders have released more than 600 names of pastors and church workers who've been accused of sexual abuse the list was made wasn't made public until a third party investigation suggested a widespread cover up by top denomination leaders Those leaders are accused of ignoring and sometimes even vilifying people who told them that they had been abused A sex education class for boys and girls is currently on hold Fairfax county says fourth to 8th grade students will not be having the coed classes this fall It's not that the board rejected a proposal for coed family life education classes it's that they want to give parents time to fully understand it Board chair Stella poker ski says her goal is to make sure as many students as possible access the curriculum And I don't want a backlash because we did not present this correctly We didn't get buy in by a vote of ten to two The board chose to delay the public comment on the change and a final board vote until the fall Mount Vernon district representative Karen korbut Sanders We want to make sure that we are doing that so that we don't provide an impetus for people saying that fairfax.

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"korbut" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"korbut" Discussed on WTOP

"Have a temperature of 70 at Reagan national Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today And it's 7 11 here while students in fairfax county public schools in grades four through 8 are not going to attend coed sex classes at least not this fall It's not that the board rejected a proposal for coed family life education classes it's that they want to give parents time to fully understand it Board chair Stella poker ski says her goal is to make sure as many students as possible access the curriculum And I don't want a backlash because we did not present this correctly We didn't get buy in by a vote of ten to two The board chose to delay the public comment on the change and a final board vote until the fall Mount Vernon district representative Karen korbut Sanders We want to make sure that we are doing that so that we don't provide an impetus for people saying that fairfax isn't listening to parents Sarah Jacobs news President Biden will speak at the graduation and commissioning ceremony at the naval academy in Annapolis this morning More than a thousand graduates will hear their commander in chief at about 10 a.m. they'll be shedding their four year long identity as midshipman to be commissioned as navy ensigns or Marine Corps second lieutenants The ceremony is open to invited guests only and will be shown live on the naval naval academy's Facebook page For the first time the 5 members of the UN Security Council have split on a North Korea sanctions resolution Yesterday China and Russia voted on a resolution and make that veto of the resolution that would have put strong new sanctions on the north for its intercontinental ballistic missile launches U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield pleaded for a unanimous vote on that resolution calling North Korea's 6 ICBM test this year a threat to the entire international community Still ahead here on WTO will take you to the beaches of Delaware on this getaway day We'll also continue to follow the weather more details on that tornado watch that covers the entire listening area this morning 7 13.

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"korbut" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Biding my time. Zones got buttons to push. We got nothing to do hands. No man why you watch. I always watch while you watch to watch people especially suspicious doing this it you got. It might not go this crash of my. I know i know more now than ever euro terrorist over a month doing takeover dabbler calm. Watch chris. keiko man's g mail dot com. Let us know what you're doing here. Austin what are you doing here. We are soaked in corona swimming in. It should be somewhere else but if you decide to come here i say. Stay away from us until this so please give us a heads up what you wanna do. There's no moving here. Just passing through occupant going by but when the time is right and the time is safe and we feel that you're safe hang out with your food right see here. Y'all go over here to get things started. Just have to align some things up get something straight and would you look at look at what ed's damn computer being honest. Let's see here. Let me see. I'm gonna show you something we for these These ads to finish so for those who did not see and there are some who did. Not because i think only show this to people last week i showed it to you. You don't yes the little little Little korbut yes so you know that we are attempting to get some. Plus she's made. And i showed this last thursday but a national martin but in some you have not seen this. But you know we're doing a campaign hopefully with this company called make ship in that requires us to sell two hundred plus. She's so they have to the way it works is that they need to get two hundred orders and we get two hundred orders and they will start making. The plushest was sending them out. So i got just a little bit information and the design and then once it looks like things ready to go it will take a couple of months if it does get funded. But gase wasn't worried about that. He he thinks will be all right. But i'm gonna show him the design pretty soon in the design that i have is right here. Let me see those who did not see the show last week where we presented this designed to you. Here is the corey about plessey and we were talking about yes. People said on your shelf and wait to get up in the middle of the night and grab a knife and to you and your sleep. We lock in his feet. It'll be acute death. it is. Yeah yeah wouldn't insult you a lot. I you even got to that point. You wouldn't you. Would you want to kill it before it kills you. You'll be begging for death to set up and do what you gotta do. Bring it now you come back here and kill me. I'll do it. Uh and after we get that done if people want one then. That's when we do the fat mojo plus she's out there but before that met some fat and i started safe matt damon ben mojo.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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"korbut" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on Double Toasted

"We'll see you guys over there for double live in new york also going to be my birthday bash. So you know it's my birthday weekend. You milestone i wanna thank all the people who dig it the ip tickets and the all access tickets because you get the hang out with me backstage along with the rest of the crew as we have a little birthday shindig cocktail pre-game party so yeah people see we'll see over. Their dog is slipping off these thoughts about the following floor. Those stupid she knows that you're catcher with doesn't care gino's development classes. There's not an after party will force me to drive home instead of staying the night. So i'll take that as a better. Get my ass in gear and get an after party going. The threat denies climb for developments klein. You know what she's so fine. I'll do it she's so divine so got there fine. I just want tires twine about that last story. Consensually essentially consensual twenty two. Yeah may i ask. Smell like pine nice scent. I suppose it is a nice. Say we'll make it happen Back wants to fight korbut's so bad. He wants to fight every night. He wants to fight a puppet. He wants to fight a puppet man by the way he sounds get ass. Buzz almost shot on his own. Worst enemy always get in trouble here. But man you always instigate joy the show just joint top people in a kind man. Come on buddy. Julia talk with like a reference does start explanation. Oh he's funny. Though now he is he's been around. I love Right in folks is real quick. Here let you guys know about a patron of course go to patriot and support over their patron dot com for slash double toasted this friday. Are maybe this saturday. But i'm gonna try and make this friday this friday. We're going to have a viewing party for you out. There will vote on what i think. You'll be here so yeah you might be here. Might be a day to move in what i feel like. There's going to be another allen situation corey. Listen we found his living here. Any mama regrets showed up at a diaper a great movie. She's grown.

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"korbut" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Did the parallel. I think everyone does. I don't know. I say maybe i'll tell marlins guys do more parallel. I think you're right. I do the uneven and the parallels like bouncing like pubic bones against even but the parallel feels dude space but anyway. So here's the press conference Here first of all this is simone explaining what happened through. Today has really stressful. We had to work out this morning. Okay and then just that five and a half hour wait or something. I was just like shaking. Could barely nap. I've just never sell like this going into a competition before. And i tried to go out and have fun and warm up in the back when a little bit better but then once i came out here i was like no mental. It's not there. So i just need to let the girls do it in focus on myself so it seems weird and it is but at one point she also says might be the next clip. I might be stepping on it. But she's like i what i was bringing to. The table was not going to help us win. So i needed to get myself out of the equation. So they had a chance and this is where she takes zero credit for her teams accomplishment after she dropped out tonight. I'm just interested in your choice. A whiz 'cause you keep saying they're olympic silver medalists book. You'll find a lot of courage. I do my job. They they came out and they stepped up and they did what they needed to do. In more especially last minute suny didn't even get to warm up. Her floor passes until the thirty second touch. So this metal is all of them in the coaches and it has nothing to do with me because they did it without me. There's this weird. So here's an interesting thing happened to the tennis player. Few months ago we have sokha. Yes we have created a box that people can have the option to check which is not feeling it. It didn't it didn't use to you know. My mental health is more important than our pressure on our by the way this thing where it's like somebody coined this phrase like twenty years ago. The hey when you stop having fun then. It's time to quit. I tell the rue. I work at chick-fil-a with no paddle stop having fun. What never was on ninety nine percent of jobs so in the past it's basically the same with the whole kind of transgender thing just wasn't an option and now it's like an option and so you get a lot of people going through check. Check that box because that the tennis player did it like a month ago and there was like. Oh i guess we can do that kind of emotionally. Not not feeling not enjoying myself. Roofing didn't have a mental health days. You don't have those now. i think take me. Who's the coach eagle river. Meal dick down because he was burnt out. Yeah there was a. You could get in famously coaches with do it. They could get burnt out. Urban meyer basics like also all those coaching jobs or always like well. It showed up at the office at five. Am and then. I'm getting the trash cans at midnight. Then i go home and kiss my kids on the cheek. And then i come back here at the facility again. Same thing was simone. Except she's a giancarlo mombasa. all four gold medals. One would happen that the the coach didn't never saw their kids grow up because on the road of it was pretty few and far between athletes never really talked about their mental state. It's like you had to roll an ankle. Otherwise you're playing. Well that's what's interesting about her because this is a shock. She's the only one that most of us have ever heard of when it comes to the team and you think well that's kind of selfish. What's wrong with you. But like i said before. I think our thinking was what i am off my game. Her vault was horrible. She was not helping the team move forward so she just took herself out of it. So they had a chance to get a silver jeered nadia olga. Korbut like saying saying to laszlo beloff. You'd be executed when he's to get a nap and i'm not having fun. Yeah but you know what you know what. I wanna focus on myself means. They're the individual competition is coming. She's the floor you know. 'cause there's the group right and then there's the right you're right so she's saying she's still going to do that interesting. I think. that's there's a. There's a team competition and there's the individual and what she's saying i'm focusing myself. So she's not you could be. I could be wrong out also. I don't know it's gotta be rough when going into olympics. Everyone is already decided that you're gonna win gold and seven. That's got to be a little pressure better to sort of come from nowhere and surprise there. 'cause going into the olympics like if she wins gold at all her event she'll be the most decorated olympian of all time in the most decorated female in the hype going into the olympics was transcended gymnastics. The best athlete commercial has like it's gotta be sitting around thinking about that all day. Yeah and when she says you know. The fun of the olympics has been taken from me. Maybe that's just the pressure from all these people telling you better win or or else. Yeah but it's interesting. You say that about the metals because according to a study out of the university of iowa athlete to win bronze medals at the olympics. Way happier than the ones. That aren't silver. And i think you could probably figure that out. I heard the same thing. Kids get like fifteen eighty on their. Sat's like does amazing what he wanted to get into that loser mentality so coming in third place is better so it seems that happiness or lack of hacking happiness all about expectations silver medalists. Feel like they could have just won the gold if they did just a little bit better on the other hand. Bronze tends to think. I could have been in fourth place. I might not even be on the podium. So there's still here. Right real relief an accomplishment there as opposed to beating yourself up for not getting gold. Well i can tell you as a guy who has made the third place podium in a car race and then also is a guy who came in fourth in a car race that had twenty two people in it. You missed a fucking podium. It's zero ever been born you literally. My kids didn't recognize thank. You walked home four. Like i was just a bit off a third place zero. You drink beer in the trailer. It's there's no different fourth place in twenty going back home and getting free beers at the bar. Bangla wherever you came from four zero burger. Don't come home from the olympics. How many third place. Europe on the podium spraying champagne. So put hat on you. They're taking pictures and forever known as olympic medal. They.

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"korbut" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"And it speaks to the adecco thing and the simone biles thing and even to some degree the usa basketball. I have gone to a lot of olympics and as a result of going to the olympics. I didn't watch the olympics. You know because. I was covering them so you don't see the american broadcast and a recent years when i stopped going olympics and i started watching them. I'm struck by the difference between the perspective of our announcers and just showing the american competitor is most of the time and the way that they present it versus what it feels like. When you're actually there my question to you is do you. This is what america wants. Do you think it's good that you have announcers who basically when. I was watching the the swimming last night. And even when our swimmers were like definitely not going to win the gold. There's coming down the the final stressing they might still have a kick they still could get and then finishing third or out of it They they seem to never want to say anything critical about our athletes. They seem to only one of you. The race through the perspective of our athletes is that good. Is that what the people want. Is that the way we all. Nations are broadcasting their own people. Mitch we were in los angeles right. And i actually can't remember us having a conversation about this that to me. Those were the olympics on american soil. Where the olympics became a pep rally. Okay they were covered like that. They were treated like that and television bought into it. They only cared about showing americans winning. It became a winning festival mitch. It's not just the broadcast. Go watch the today show in the morning okay. Another part of the rally okay. But it's it's it's all of that piece and i have. I have literally. It's one of the reasons why i just got turned off to this. I mean i watched last night. I watched simone biles last night. Okay and i still root for americans to do well. But i wasn't like heart i like katie la- decky but i didn't think that somehow the world had stopped spinning on its access because she she lost last night. I mean in the great words of ted lasso taken on a challenge like riding a horse. If it's easy you're probably doing it wrong mitch. Simple answer to your question is yes. I think might just outlined the genesis of how it's become a dutch was eight. it was. Yeah i am trying to think. I mean of course eighty we. We didn't go so we didn't have the russians didn't come remember to any of the communist bloc countries weasels field day we cleaned up and we revelled in it. Now i think mike you make a very good point about the eighty four being the these not turning point but that crystallization of and this what people want americans are are notoriously uninterested notoriously in thinking Almost dare i say. Narcissistic is a nation I i in many ways you know would have been notoriously off american travelers stories that that kind of stuff. We've been warned witness to that You know waiter. where's my catch up. You know that thing you know I mean now seriously and it is america and they're playing to it and playing to the lowest to lcd of it. There's no doubt about it the Yeah i i remember having hasn't been said over the as ukhta is i've been to eleven olympics and my last one was london and twelve and a member of being aware that there was stuff olympics. Were different than the one they were seeing back home. But that if you wanted to see something other than americans you need to go to the. Cbc apparently candidate was doing a better job being international of covering national things. Do a better job of it and we lead the world in cheerleading. And maybe that's what. The olympics are bad for americans because they really don't understand most of these sports they don't care about the details of them. They just tuning in to see americans compete and hopefully see americans win and stay head over heels. Because an americans jagger eats. I think won a bronze in skateboarding. They treated him like was michael jordan. A bronze-medal in skateboarding by by the way guys. You are one hundred percent right about the olympics on television in the olympics that are on the ground. It wouldn't happen nowadays. But i told you the famous story but pete some people on venturi peach writing in new york axes at the olympics. And people have said to. Actually you're gonna go see olga korbut and an exit who's olga korbut. Because that was that was the divide between the olympics on television and the olympics that he was attending right. And it's whatever television blesses and decides to focus on and mention. It is quite different lasting on the olympics. Before we move onto football. Poor jon rahm. This guy has now tested twice for covert at major moments in his career and had to miss and now he misses the olympics Price into shambo was out with for the same reason This just shows you the fickle nature of cove in nineteen testing. Jon rahm may have had cova did the first time around When he missed a major. But it's unlikely that he is any threat to anybody now if he tested positive for two months later but he's out and this is one of the problems. Covert can linger in your system for a long long time. It's the reason that people that doctors tell you don't bother coming back and getting a test. Once you've tested positive for cova. Just go from ten days from when you had your first symptom or up to fourteen days when i sent them and make sure you quarantine and after that. You're not contagious anymore. But i know people who tested positive for kobe three and four months after they had it. They're perfectly fine. They're back to work. They're not contagious to anybody. But if a positive test were to keep them out of work or out of an opportunity like the olympics it would be pretty tragic. And that's seems to be what's happened to john raw mitch. And i'm not from the cdc okay. The way i understand this is and i think you might be right. When when they pulled him out of the memorial okay he might have had it at that point. Okay and then he said he got vaccinated but if he got vaccinated after he had it the the the the the vaccination isn't going to help them at that point right so then what you're going to get the cells out of your body's right so right now and like i. I'm reading all these stories over the weekend. And guess what. I'm gonna go get a booster shot. I suggested that you peiser. You can go get a third shot. I'm gonna run a do it all right. Let's move on to Sport closer to home and talking about kobe testing and it's a good segue The nfl has decided to come down. Pretty darn hard on any covert violations this year now last year. Obviously they were playing games on wednesday afternoons to accommodate whatever had happened to their sport as a result of interruptions from testing and positive tests and inability to clear rosters. And all that. No such luck this year. The seventeen game schedule will stay on schedule..

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"korbut" Discussed on Future Ecologies

Future Ecologies

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on Future Ecologies

"Gyms steadfast commitment to his principles is nothing if not admirable but as you may have already guessed. It wasn't always easy to live up to or even to live with. here's pat. It was difficult sometimes. Sometimes in our relationship was like the irresistible force met the immovable object and then we would just have to stop back up and see if we could find some other compromise to decide this issue. So if i decided i'm not going to do something say particular right then we'd have would have to have that discussion because otherwise it could be a little bit like living with a bulldozer. Perhaps as a result of pats positive influence on him. Jim did at time seek compromise in order to create the soweto juniper community. He was very inclusive. You know when he was thinking help a plan and a project he really didn't want it to be just have wanted it to be ideas from whoever was participating for example despite jim's pastoral ethic allowance was made within solaro juniper for tom's love of gardening thing about jim was that yeah well he wanted to be pre agriculture. And think that way. But knowing that tom was into gardens he's writing up the covenant and say okay tom how can we fit agriculture into this on the other hand his strict interpretation of the sawara juniper covenant would exclude one of his closest friends. Here's john fife when he created the covenant community out there he he of course came to me and said okay. We want you on this. And i said great i love that country have been out there again and again and again and the guy euros and i think it's it's a special place in i'd love to buy in 'cause i want to go out there and corbett looks at me and says oh you can't hunt i what do you mean again. Wanna be a part of the community. That's what i've always done out there. And he said no no that's part of the covenant that the participants have written into the covenant understanding there will be no hunting of deer or other parts of the ecosystem out there and i said well you know then i can't buy in and he said it's really important. I really want you to be a part of this. And i said well excluded those of us who understand hunting as part of the whole ecosystem that we're a part of and he said well i'm sorry and i said now. Let me get this right you. You run cattle on covenant. Land right. Yeah that's part of the covenant were gonna work with earning on the covenant land and all. Those cows are dying of old age chat there. He's well no no no. That's not part of the deal. I said so. You take cattle in to slaughter and you won't let me hunt deer out there. Is that the deal. And he kinda grin and then one day. I see pat. You know we're just talking about what's going on with the ranch. What's going on land. And everything like this. And she said and we had a really bad night. Recently a mountain lion came in and killed some of our goats. And i said oh and what gym do about that and pat said. He hired a hundred to come and kill the lion. I said really. So i couldn't wait to see korbut korbut. You won't let me be a part of the covenant out there and go hunting but you hire one hundred kill align who's killed your goats. Is that.

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"korbut" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"korbut" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"korbut" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Not sure why this is important. Gay intern corbett in k. Remains spruce maybe. It's because that plays a really big into the ending to get him to crossover and help them out. I know but just label. Him gate Just didn't seem right. I feel like he should have just been like intern. Corbett intern korbut. Yeah i'm just reading. What the wikipedia said so not my words wikipedia throwing it on out there for real. According to legend the spirit of freemen daggett returns to return every leap year to bring more victims to the house. The group comes across the ghost reliving his death. Excuse me which the winchesters call a harmless quote unquote death echo. Corporate soon disappears in the restaurant able to escape before midnight. The spirit locks the house down traffic inhabitants in their search for corbett. They come across a home office of daggett the janitor of the local hospital he used to bring home corporate corporate corpus from trying to be trying to mix corbett and corpses together. I think so it. A little bit of morgan there. I don't know he used to bring home corpses from the morgue to quote unquote play with sam. Suddenly vanishes in finds himself with corbett both tied to chairs a birthday party setup. The spirit appears and kills corbett than places a party. Onto sam's head as dean enters the bomb shelters holding sam. I don't like that as dean enters the bomb shelter were sam. Is the others place themselves in a circle of salt a ghost. Deterrent and watch adecco of corbett ed. Corbett was in love with a talks. Corbett out of the ethical. His spirit confronts daggett putting him to rest before departing. The next state san medine wipe all of the goes faces footage with an electromagnet. The birthday party thing reminded me a lot of rocky horror picture show When they all have to sit down and then you find out that like i mean. He didn't kill eddie there but even find out that they're eating eddie. Spoilers if you haven't his i offer if you haven't seen ruggie or a picture show..

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"korbut" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And now Ernest Hancock and the Dome Dome Thunderdome I I I want to talk about with Derek. Here is tell the people we this is what happened a few years ago me going on about you know we need. Decentralized data data storage of that was the first thing is we have access to files. That doesn't require. They can't take it down. Is Censorship thing a year ago. It was Christmas a year ago and it started even before that we could see it. You know because after the level Lucien Premiums Phoenix. It was kind of like you know focus of a lot of things and I can see what they were doing. Their throttle in this changing the Alexa ranking so that you got lower on the bed Ebola there's always manipulation and then they started messing with people's revenue stream on Youtube and it was specific people like forty four zero nine nine which was a big activist out of Phoenix there and they steal it just decimate. He's like wow. I can make a living and it's gone. You know about every three or four months on my youtube channel I subscribed to you which is handy because when Korbut comes on your show at just get alert and then I just hit play him in Shopper Working Lucrative Luke redoubts. Yeah subscribe to him. I A lucrative Hausky feed your feed and I remember the other guys but like two or three times the year. I got a resubscribe. This unsubscribe me. Yeah the alerts anymore. You know a lot of people you gotta be on Youtube facebook and this and that and I said no I I don't I don't mess around. Don't even look because we do stream on Youtube. They live streams and there's like a super chats Chattanooga. Where are you at where yeah go? Hey Man uh you're assuming I look I don't care you know you're like even do but J of talking. They're a little bit. Yeah a lot of times what happens. Is They thank you. What is smooth? Shell Blueberry bit something thank you. This is nice. Yeah so drink. Your smoothed But yeah good stuff so what we did thank you sean. And she's about ready to have baby. You know this is like you know imminent a minute. I thought she might be having it while we're here you know I'm Jay. Jay got pregnant challenge pregnant. I was like all changes changes now. And she's been sleeved driving you to get. That's why we're working on this dome so much in kind of doing this stuff. She's like. Hey Bibi get on it. I want my Nashville L.. Do it. It's all about the next man long as they got not too hot not too cold not too you know hungry thirsty. They're dry. You know boom you you know you can have a nest you WanNa know how you get. Quality Women Build a Nice Nest. This is the way it is that's a whole nother subject right now is easiest time in history for a man to get a woman because because according to my research a couple years ago on dating apps all you need is a car and a job if you don't have a car or a job don't even talk to me these girls. That's the qualification. Education standards should have been. I mean you know come on now. You're you're you're you're not oh deed on soy milk. Well I'll not you so that's a thing man. It's like the floor I did. Something happened and that was another thing we had them from. Phoenix was the birth rate in America has plummeted. It's Dad. We're not in replacement population. You have to have two point one to point two bursts for that whatever it is and we're like one point two we're like Japan or something. Thank you immigrants for coming here we really need you. Lie think that's why there's a big push for immigrants from data those because they know they have to be here to fund old entitlement programs and so on you know if you don't have the population it's just doesn't their math doesn't worked. Just try to hire somebody WHO's able to show up on time and not be on drugs. That's hard but you don't have that problem when you hire Brown people from south of the border they've they're not on drugs and they show up on time and they're happy to work best employees. I hadn't restaurant industry people best employees because the the people that got off their blood and said man. I need a young somebody. Give me a job in the job. I will find me a job. I go America so it was when you had it. And I'm the criminals and stuff and the emphasized if they just opened I you know I'm I'm not immigration. I'm well for me as a library. Yeah Yeah Okay okay. This is the thing we are looking for. Derek came to me and he said you know this thing planetary file-sharing sharing seems like the thing that you're talking about that you need to have a melted that you can load data to that's always available that it's no not on any one particular server it kind of lives out on the Internet and all these nodes it's Kinda like a blockchain that was something that opened the eyes of a a lot of people the method of doing this now when we were activists and young kids. I'm in my twenties and thirties in the nineties. It was that's how we thought the Internet Internet was going. You know because everybody had their own servers right when they started talking about the cloud. The idea of the cloud for me was just kind of put it on. You know it just lives on different in places and just pull it down from different scenes. I mean that was like like bittorrent or something like that. You know they've they've now just Amazon's servers in the cloud word. Instead the cloud means put it on our servers and pay us. You know it's Amazon. Well why do people build stuff on that because they need storage and they'll pay for the but then that gives them the aband- you're done many. Just flip the switch off and Youtube when it first started. We were started freedoms Phoenix when youtube hip because as we had the idea in the structure for it in like ninety six and I go win. Video hits the Internet and I'm not a tech guy but I'm like I believe in innovation craved didn't creativeness of human beings. And we need it. They go video on the Internet. Or you're so stupid that will never happen and I'm going right right well. When it does so? In Youtube hit boom we started freedoms Phoenix and developed it. And everything and it was you know monkey monkey code or whatever it was in Derek freaks out about it but it was a really nice Napkin. Created for you so what Derek did on the IP ask explained it. It was a couple years before I even knew that came from file. Coin that they were trying to do a made safe thing or whatever and I didn't care well we don't know how to monetize. He's the storage of it and the bandwith and there's a new Mesh networking thing. We're going to talk about that today. That is kind of answering those questions and but I didn't care I'm not looking for. I'm willing to spend money and invest on the fact that I can have data that can always be available to anyone now. We're dealing with the. ISP's they're going to have. Did you get your digital ones zero permission slip to download or upload anything you know. We need what happens when nabbed so now. We're looking at satellite communications and even bypass that just go straight to Mesh networking where people so these things are happening. It's coming right now. They then those. Those aren't digging it. I guarantee it now. What Derek go and tell the people and what? We're going to talk to Jimmy Kaufman no library about and money. Sure we kind of these guys have taken Salang and you've developed fast enough that we're like we don't need anybody we're just doing it ourselves. I'm not sure what the overlap is. The big problem with a lot of these a lot of these systems that never average seemed to come out lake main safe in storage and I can't remember the rest of them is. They're trying to find a way to verify trying to find a way to incentivize it. So the people people get paid people can pay to store stop and people can get paid for the stores that contributed to the network and they just fake load or fake store. Fake transmitter Mitterrand fake. Give me my money so that it's it's.

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"korbut" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Light super super important to have someone like this decentralized. So what does it really mean to have your own identity in a decentralized network. That's a really big appoint For debt that's a massive area that we think is crucial to address. We'll also take it if we go back to roads of the development. Something else would saying that concept is that it goes well beyond that into sp two while works. They haven't bought a good discussion us about this. The other day and Fossa Korbut goes back to human will into society as a called seats. We've got we've got these various riskier cases of entering government inch Rusk's people riddance When you kind of look at a whole industry secret at Branca's his out to nearly every aspects thank of ninety nine or non in digital services? They use these sites to some extent leading up imminent digital trial L. OF COMEDIC actress. I'm and if was followed through to the instagram. Five fifteen twenty years on sweet change that concept of Hebrew thing leaving a bridge trial It's already starting to impact. How direct online when you use a city by only able to use to be this concept all our system I see the private message. Adjust my content. We now living in a row with a product which is no different from public posts imitate Speak in it's gonNA stop shining injuring..

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"korbut" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Light super super important to have someone like this decentralized. So what does it really mean to have your own identity in a decentralized network. That's a really big appoint For debt that's a massive area that we think is crucial to address. We'll also take it if we go back to roads of the development. Something else would saying that concept is that it goes well beyond that into sp two while works. They haven't bought a good discussion us about this. The other day and Fossa Korbut goes back to human will into society as a called seats. We've got we've got these various riskier cases of entering government inch Rusk's people riddance When you kind of look at a whole industry secret at Branca's his out to nearly every aspects thank of ninety nine or non in digital services? They use these sites to some extent leading up imminent digital trial L. OF COMEDIC actress. I'm and if was followed through to the instagram. Five fifteen twenty years on sweet change that concept of Hebrew thing leaving a bridge trial It's already starting to impact. How direct online when you use a city by only able to use to be this concept all our system I see the private message. Adjust my content. We now living in a row with a product which is no different from public posts imitate Speak in it's gonNA stop shining injuring..

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"korbut" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The shooting this morning in price hill guy ex-boyfriend trying to break into her house, and looks like self defense. Police say that the woman who fired the shot on ring place had a concealed carry permit also had a protective order to keep this guy who apparently tried to come into the house away from her and her five kids, she shot him this morning. On ring place, she was downstairs. Her five children were upstairs with sleep. Apparently the guy tried to kick out a air conditioning unit in one of the windows, and then come in through that window come after police say that it appears to be a legit shooting and they're investigating guys on the way the hospital. No word yet on his name or condition my time she shot. I don't it sounded like several don't know if she was expecting him. Vietnam threaten to ready. Just had been suspicious because they had a history of domestic troublesome. Sometimes any more than the protection order. All right. Going up seven thirty we'll talk about the invasion of Normandy, seventy five years later, a ceremonies wrapping up right now on the beaches at France with our president there. More than fifteen minutes News Radio seven all right to Washington. We go ABC's Karen Travers standing by how you doing? All right. We have. Of course, the president abroad, therefore, Mike, Pence's here. He's in charge, and met with some of the higher ups in the Mexican government yesterday. Trying to figure out what to do about the, the border. Right. What, what? Ninety minute meeting. The vice president a secretary and Mexico's foreign minister and nothing significant came out of it. There was no major breakthrough. In fact, that foreign minister of Mexico said the meeting was cordial but tariffs weren't main focus of the discussions. He said it was about immigration more broadly, but Mexico remains optimistic that threat still they're the tariffs will go into effect on Monday June tenth. The president says unless there's major progress, but it's still not clear exactly what the administration is hoping for in the next five days or what Mexico can do in the next five days to show the president that they've made progress or that they've stepped up their efforts. So the president continuing to push that read that would go into effect five percent tariff on all products coming into the country from Mexico on Monday. So does he is insisting something be done in five days or a plan put forth in five days? Yes, and no all of it. But none of it. I mean he has said he wants to see a apprehensions go up. He wants to see progress made about stopping drugs from coming over the border. I mean, a lot of this is all over again, from a couple of months ago when the president was shut threatening to shut down the border, the southern border, and then all of a sudden, in a speech, he said that Mexico had made major progress with apprehension had done more had showed him that they were, you know, ready to step up their game Mexico. We didn't do anything differently wasn't clear what had happened, but perhaps the president looking for an off ramp. I think we talked about this week when the president, I made this threat, he he's given himself out of this. And now the next five days, I think it's gonna be interesting to see what he says Mexico is or is not doing that would allow him to go forward with the threat or pull back from threats I guess last month. There were hundred and thirty three thousand arrests at the border. These numbers are getting to be pretty massive, and as far as the Congress's concern, the president's blaming, the Democrats, the Democrats want, probably a deal on Docker dreamers before they would agree to the doing something about the border issue. Yeah, that's been the same for the last two and a half years nothing has changed there. I think the big issue the president's day thing right now in the hill is the fact that Republicans have been very vocal in the last week saying these terrorists are a very bad idea, and that there would be even wraps it to block it president. So that would be foolish for Republicans to do that. They will. But they're certainly very loud. And this isn't just anonymous Korbut in your Republican lawmakers saying the president cannot move care. We shall see God around thanks much. You bet sixty five degrees time seven nineteen. He got seven hundred.

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"korbut" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Watch your opinion. Mill if the Colston the right thing about moving back and did we get enough pass rush in this draft. Yes. I love the because you picked up a second round pick from Washington by moving back those twenty spots moving back to get you sin. Bana gu. Yeah, I think the pass rush from Bannet GU will be something to why Jerry green sixth round pick out of Mississippi State showed pass rush Avila as well. Yeah. I think bangles the key guy though, I think bangles ability to get after the quarterback will certainly come into play for Indianapolis as well. And I think all these teams star you check that free agent list out. And I think Ballard through the drafted a great job free agency wise that a good job as well. They are team with penny heart. I mentioned Jamal Peters cornerback outta Mississippi State. They got a chance I think the represent the AFC in the Super Bowl really good chance. All right. Next up. We go to Massachusetts and poll. Good morning, Paul. Titans failed here the time. Lou. Go ahead, Paul. Titan system were Paul was sent the titans. I'll take it from me titans out of beach. They're gonna have to redshirt Jeffrey Simmons, probably at least late in the year when they're making their playoff run. Hopefully, they needed juice on offense and AJ Brown's going to be a key guy. They need somebody to start making some plays in the passing game. AJ Brown old miss if he can just eliminate some of the drops, which hampered them a little bit this past year. AJ Brown's got a chance to do that. We're going to have to redshirt poll in Massachusetts. He's at least a year away from being ready, Brian in Cleveland what you got for mill. Our? Real quick the Browns sixth round pick, drew Forbes. The fact that Austin Korbut couldn't get on the field last year for the Browns. He looks very athletic. I'm tape savage chances supplant. Corbett I like supplant..

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"korbut" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"It was George Yang who one of his parents Senegalese father, Senegalese tables have losure who's just not from the United States. He's Swiss, and I think it's people from Cameroon, I think. And do. So that was an interesting observation the other part. Joked about this dot of Mitchell, overall decide like no guys there is no racism in Utah. Please free agents. Don't listen to these men. There's no racism here. Please go play with me. It's sad. Man. It really is. I mean, they are not a free agent destination. And this kind of tells the story does not they got Carlos boozer. What? They did. What's your tell me? How you really feel about Carlos bitter at no. This is how I like we cross boozer at age Q woods, any totally Jarvi. I really like Ronald boozer Eddie charm me because we ask them about that time you painted his head like he painted his hair. And he was so good about it. And he laughed so hard, and he told the whole story about, you know, the do they basically had the do told him alive. The Beijing is really liked it. But win Carlos boozer. Did that thing with the Cavs? What I've come to appreciate over the years is two things one. There's one big reason why people were offended the Carlos boozer did what he did. And you know, what the reason is right gay do tell. Because the owner of the Cavs was blind. Like, I broke. My word is one thing. I broke my word with this blind man, it just hits different. Am I wrong gear? Nothing about deceiving. A blind person that I think registers differently with people when they hear it. It offends them more. Okay. Nerves ota. But that's that's a big thing. If he does the Jim Dolan. Everybody would understood, but he didn't write the other part is have you ever looked with the difference in money was. I haven't it was big. I would have done the exact same thing. Sometimes people just got to be mad at you. And I recognize in looking at this situation that he was being asked to walk away from way too much money. And I mean, you know, it was very business because his agent didn't even take commission on the contract. Do you know whose agent was? I don't rob Pelinka. Oh, yeah. And thought about it like that Heggie, but I would not I probably would've done the same thing from except. I don't know. You know, bad. You gotta play that you told a lot of a blind man to get there. Bank. Explain that to people we had to do to be here so bad that he did one of the most of Jackson things. Most of you could think of they try to get people to come play Utah cow Korbut, call calling the cameras when players Tribu because all of a sudden he all charged up and what to fix the world somebody somebody with jazz is not pleased. Not please. I'd also like to make this point. It's kind of wild that the most poignant thing, and I say, this is someone who didn't write anything himself. But the most poignant thing. Written so far about what's happened in Utah? And what's going on around the league? How how was that written by Cao Korver like house, nobody in our house? Nobody in our business myself included written something is good as that got a wild. When you think about it because this is a big deal. Like this matters. The NPA had the topple cephalosporin they had was sterling Brown and dealing with the cops like these issues surround this league. And apparently, there's a level of dialogue going on these players. That's pretty no worthy. Like, do you need anthem demonstrations to get to what's going on here? Because this is some real productive discussion that's going and we as an industry again, we do well points. We don't deal well with nuance and as much as people who work in business complain about the players to boom, if we gotta go to them for the nuance. We don't have anything to complain about. We'll be back to talk about this NBA players poll in a minute. But first, Robin Hood is an investing after lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and crypto.

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"korbut" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"So I had heard even before we met. I'd heard about your trapeze experience, which is pretty insane. My wife had a chance to try it. And she came back absolutely raving about it. Why is that something that you wanted to do and you used into such a powerful metaphor in the book? Why is it important in house? It helped you in business. Well, I was a gymnast growing up. And at that time, I wasn't thinking about business, but I had a gym coach that built a sediment even bars in my backyard made out of plastic tubing, and I used to flip around on those things for hours and hours on end. And so as I became an adult in found out, you could actually fly on the trapeze, I was all over it. And I found. Found a five generation circus family, and I've been training with them for twenty years. Do they have like a life loss fy or anything like a five generation just getting people to stick with something that already pretty incredible. Have you picked anything up from them? Definitely. I mean, dead dedication commitment. Persistence, pushing the edge and also I've been doing it for twenty years and same thing with business. It's not something that you do overnight you might hear otherwise on the internet. But you know, it's that overnight success story of the took twenty years. So pushing the eggs what do they mean by the what do you mean by that? I think pushing the edge is doing things differently. It is seeing how far you can go. And I remember going back to the gymnastics metaphor when you think of. People like Olga Korbut if those remember and Nadia Comaneci each at the time, nobody had ever scored a perfect ten the thought that that could even be done. They said was impossible. And once Nadia Komitch did that then there was another perfect ten in someone else. Did a perfect ten. So every time you can push your life a little bit further. There's a breakthrough and then there's a door that opens in a whole new pathway opens out. It's really interesting talk to you. What is it like the very first time you're going to do the trapeze, you're climbing up? What do you have to deal with what's running through your mind when I think back to that first time, I was terrified, and look, we're all human. We all have fear. So it's not about making the fear. Go away. It's about facing the fear and jumping through it. But when they said hap-, which means go. My feet stuck to the platform. And it didn't go. I I wasn't moving. And so somebody on the board just kicked me off really literally put their foot behind my knees. And I was flying. But once I got about halfway up in the air. I was like, ooh, that's that familiar feeling and from then I I was just hooked. Okay. I have to ask. So we live in a world where I think we're going to get a mixed reaction from them kicking you onto the thing. But it really excites me. And I feel like that's something that. A lot of people never get that in their life. And so they get stuck at that moment where they want to do it. But just some primitive part of their brain is saying absolutely, not what do you think about that? Are you glad they gave you that little kick? Yeah. I kicked my clients. All the time. I mean, not literally. Yes. The okay now, we're just going to get into really weird waters. But I find that this is really fascinating. And I wonder myself, so I had a moment. Not quite that cool. But when I didn't wanna leave for college, and my mom, all but kicked me out of the house. It was like you are going to go do this in ended up being tremendously valuable in my life. And I've thanked her profusely for refusing to let me back down..

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"korbut" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"korbut" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Six let's head to the sports desk. Here's Paul Rogers. Second ranked Louisville came up short in its battle at number one Notre Dame last night and women's basketball, a tightly contested contest assault, ten lead changes. But Notre Dame pulling away at the end outscoring Louisville fourteen to two over a final flurry to beat Louisville eighty two to sixty eight Jeff walls did like not only the twenty nine points from Asia Dur but the big sparky Gulf a bench late from fresh Mukasa Robinson. I thought Mukasa came in and just played outstanding forests in twelve minutes. She was just she she was a difference maker and she made to play. She got some people open. She just hit offended, so well, so a minutes or are gonna go up and she's been working at it. She was three for three from the field. Scored six points had a steel lately. Layup that got Louisville close but in in Notre Dame, prevailed eighty two to sixty eight thirty points from Areco. Gama Wally for Notre Dame Kentucky's woman got a big win at Tennessee. Seventy three to seventy one holding off a late comeback by the balls while scored Kentucky by ten in the fourth quarter. But sixteenth rank Kentucky wanted to improve to fifteen overall two and one in the SEC twenty-seven points for Macy Boris Bellman one. Again, don't they always seems like it they want every time this year, the thirteen and no one they've won sixty four and a roll at home. Now, that's the longest streak in the country. The number one nights slammed Quincy ninety nine to fifty eight atom everhart with nineteen points and Jovanovski Korbut at a career high thirteen rebounds to go with his thirteen points. Michigan remains one of two unbeatens in college basketball. The second ranked wolverines approved a sixteen tying the best start ever. They wanted Illinois seventy nine to sixty nine. And in case you hadn't noticed Murray states having another banner season the racism lost two games both on the road and both close to Alabama. And Auburn last night. They improved a three and one the OVC by winning at UT Martin ninety eight to seventy seven NFL playoff weekend coming up doubleheader Saturday and Sunday, including the most. Angeles Clippers see that all the time, Los Angeles chargers. They still want to be San Diego. Anyway, playing at New England in the battle of old time quarterbacks. Philip rivers says the charges don't wanna get too caught up with all about thinking about what's at stake. Let's not all of a sudden say, hey, we got a perfect game this week. This is the play offs. Always quite perfect game. It was noticed as play. We're going to miss a throw tackle play. Perfect. But let's have fine play. How we've always played. That's when we play our best see if we can find a way to get dot Philip rivers and Tom Brady will provide one of the oldest quarterback match ups in league history. Nepal season of over the years though, Brady has gotten the best of rivers. I believe seven and one something like that is his record one of four games over the weekend and the NFL Paul Rogers sports on NewsRadio.

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