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"kubi" Discussed on WTOP
"War overall. This morning NBC News correspondent Courtney kuby, who covers national security and The Pentagon tells us here a WTO about whether or not Putin is now looking at his third defeat in this war. It's definitely true that Putin and the Russian military are on their heels. When you look at this later counter offensive, but everyone needs to take a step back because right now this is one battle in a larger war. Ukraine is making pretty significant battlefield advantages and gains right now. And it's a very important area up in the car key variant in the northeastern part of the country near the Russian border. The fact that the Ukrainian military was able to take back some reports say upwards of 1200 square miles, that is extremely significant. It is a blow to the Russian military, but we have to keep in mind that at the end of the day the Russian military still is outnumbering the Ukrainian military. They still have more equipment even with the tremendous amount of support that the international community has provided to Ukraine. And the Ukrainian military. This has been a tough offensive already. It's still pretty new, but at a certain point, they will also be tired. So this is a significant win in this battle is a big deal, but we can't look at this as potentially the end of the war. I think we are still in for a longer war here. Very much appreciate your words of caution. It's always smart to go that route. How likely is Ukraine to keep this territory once it's taken it back from the Russians? So I think as long as they maintain enough equipment to hold it, they will be able to. So where they have a disadvantage is in their numbers. They don't have as big of a military force as the Russian military does, but they have a force that is much more motivated to fight than what we've been hearing and seeing from the Russian military. So I think they have a good chance of being able to hold it as long as the international community can continue to supply them with the weapons and really critically with the ammunition that they're going to need. But the latest in the war between Ukraine and Russia that's NBC News Pentagon and national security correspondent Courtney kubi talking with our Dmitri sodas. You are listening to one O 3.5 FM at WTO P dot com. I'm now to check your money names this morning on the GOP. This is a Bloomberg money minute, after the pandemic, people may not be getting dressed up like before, and after a sharp drop and subscribers, the fashion rental company rent the runway is implementing a cost cutting plan it could
"kubi" Discussed on WTOP
"Overall. This morning NBC News correspondent Courtney kuby, who covers national security and The Pentagon tells us here a WTO about whether or not Putin is now looking at his third defeat in this war. It's definitely true that Putin and the Russian military are on their heels. When you look at this later counter offensive, but everyone needs to take a step back because right now this is one battle in a larger war. Ukraine is making pretty significant battlefield advantages and gains right now. And it's a very important area up in the car key variant in the northeastern part of the country near the Russian border. The fact that the Ukrainian military was able to take back some reports say upwards of 1200 square miles, that is extremely significant, it is a blow to the Russian military, but we have to keep in mind that at the end of the day the Russian military still is outnumbering the Ukrainian military. They still have more equipment even with the tremendous amount of support that the international community has provided to Ukraine. And the Ukrainian military. This has been a tough offensive already. It's still pretty new, but at a certain point, they will also be tired. So this is a significant win in this battle is a big deal, but we can't look at this as potentially the end of the war. I think we are still in for a longer war here. Very much appreciate your words of caution. It's always smart to go that route. How likely is Ukraine to keep this territory once it's taken it back from the Russians? So I think as long as they maintain enough equipment to hold it, they will be able to. So where they have a disadvantage is in their numbers. They don't have as big of a military force as the Russian military does, but they have a force that is much more motivated to fight than what we've been hearing and seeing from the Russian military. So I think they have a good chance of being able to hold it as long as the international community can continue to supply them with the weapons and really critically with the ammunition that they're going to need. But the latest in the war between Ukraine and Russia that's NBC News Pentagon and national security correspondent Courtney kubi talking with our three three sodas. You are listening to one O 3.5 FM at WTO P dot com. Without getting 230 points Monday, the NASDAQ rallied one and a quarter percent, listing service bright MLS as pending home sales in the D.C. metro were down 26% from a year ago in person showings were down 27%. Apple has rolled out its iOS 16 for iPhones 8 or newer with many of the features of a new iPhone, the University of Virginia ties three other schools, the University of California Berkeley, the University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Michigan on the 2022 U.S. news list of best public colleges. Jeff Klebold news. That's the third time you put an offer on a house you wanted and the third time you lost to a cash buyer. Cash buyers win in this market. Of course, you could go through
"kubi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Are you okay? Am I right? My mom knew the Aaron Rodgers said that. So I'm pretty sure he prefers. I don't know what still own you. Well, we will see, I guess. I hope he has a great job. The football. He's already denied it, though. Why would he say I don't know? To not give any type of crate. To play a mind game. Just be like, no, I didn't even it was so stupid. I even pay attention to it. Okay, so then if that's the case, then you know that you've got a controversy averse coach of the bears. And he's just going to keep it straight vanilla. And hopefully he can win football games. And the former assistant in Green Bay. Luke gets his coming down the toll road and he's going to bring an offense that he's clearly handed off to. You do it. You do it. You bring the Shanahan kubi access down multiple running backs from Mike Anderson to olandis Gary to Terrell. Terrell Davis, fantasy football. I have gotten thousand yard seasons. So here comes David Montgomery in the rest of that room, downhill at you. I mean, I hope so for bears fans. Richardson showed glue guy trust in edner wound up there. Here they come. Football's better when the bears are. There's a good. I have a few friends who the repairs fans, so I wouldn't mind seeing them do well. What's also for you football is better when coaches bark at each other. Way better. Also, rich, you did whiff on an opportunity there to drop an Ashton. I just loved you. It was like, it was in the Malone, broke. It was like the LeBron Dwyane Wade video. I gave it to you. I totally. I'm totally, you missed it. I'm thinking I'm thinking, I'm thinking a segment ahead. I'm very rarely do I do that. I try to live in the moment. I mean, this is favorite thing, Kris, and I gave it to him. Because I was making a transition to break. Rory McIlroy 6 under. Come on. Just birdie 5. Damn. Can someone on my team do something? All right, let's take a break right here on the rich eisen show when we come back the full statement, the in question from Nick Saban, a big two minute sound bite just to be fair and balanced the two minute sound by week to Jimbo Fisher in the first hour. No one close to you should ever have to endure the dreaded knock on the door. The knock that comes from a police officer who must tell your loved one that you were killed in a car crash. It's a message that gets even worse when they learn that your death may have been prevented if you had only been wearing your seat belt. The simple fact is, regardless of what type of vehicle you ride in, seat belt use is the single most effective way to stay alive in a crash. That's why the national highway traffic safety administration is spreading the word..
"kubi" Discussed on WTOP
"1253 the Taliban is continuing to crack down on women's rights in Afghanistan Now they are ordering all women there to be covered head to toe when out in public It's similar to restrictions put on women the last time the Taliban was in power a Taliban leader says quote we want our sisters to live with dignity and safety The Taliban has already closed schools for girls above grade 6 It comes as the Taliban is seeking economic help from the international community Hundreds turned out for a job fair Saturday at Tyson's corner center in Virginia but it wasn't just any job there It was for African refugees in the D.C. area react D.C. hosted the event a nonprofit that assists the resettlement of Afghans among the candidates college professors engineers drivers and maintenance professionals Our news partners in NBC four spoke with 21 year old Muhammad Al faya kubi who came to the country with his mother three brothers and a younger sister Take care of them It's so hard for me It's so hard React D.C. CEO Amy Martin says 30% of people who went to the job fair walked out walked out with a job The Lincoln Memorial marks its 100th anniversary at the end of the month and there are heap of celebrations marching up to the Centennial celebration There is no building in America that is better known than the Lincoln Memorial And this month it turns 100 on May 30th National Park Service spokesman Mike litteris says the celebrations will honor the memorial and the man Abraham Lincoln is really sort of the first president the first famous American we all learn of a young age The link from memorial is on the back of the $5 bill It's on the back of the penny And it's not just the park service Several private organizations like the Lincoln group of D.C. are also hosting gatherings The group's both been Ed Epstein's whether you're liberal or conservative people find something to like about Lincoln Gigi Barnett WTO.
"kubi" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown
"You'll have a lot of big daddy Jeez be king baby all day. Christiane carers wanted the teacher. You know is like yo is but isn't that what versus from one day would tell me it's like we don't own choose. We don't a jewel but at the same time is like it so people were saying doesn't fit would rather be dedicated against rock in or whatever but i didn't watch it. I didn't have time. I was planning on catching looked. Looked fine on the woman. Binoche guys were probably not gonna talk about another low. But from what i saw i watched like maybe. Fifteen minutes of it looked entertaining. It looked like you know those him. I know saturday of the police came on of a couple had no and wrestles. I bang you wash fifty minutes so nobody it's it's educated to be honest Know some stuff. But i didn't watch it versus with joss by to some old my brother and all then is right but he literally kubi on lay will school hip that. What is the one that we will when we felt that for Descending of you do not a lot. I was.
"kubi" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And that's why we have. Clark johnson voice of trump's radio host clarkin coach heard Weekdays right here on northern colorado's voice one zero three one thirteen ten. Kfi k. a. Because clark johnson does nothing but elevate us. Take clark good morning. I thought you organised just stop at clark. Johnson does nothing often which often is true. So oh you are. One of the busiest guys i know my goodness particularly given the fact that it is a day five of thirteen days. Thirteen teams Our umbrella sponsor their pro design countertops specialists. But i have spent most of the morning rhapsodised being over last night's field of dreams game. I have it on good authority that you actually watch the game. Am i missing the mark on that. And now you got it right and sitting there with my son watching last night and boy what you couldn't have written a better finish for it. I mean that was unbelievable. And then to see costner on the field having a catch i mean it was really cool and the way they set it up to where the bigger side of the stands was actually looking out over the field and the the actual field the site where they they filmed. The movie was a it was a little farther to the side and so they built this other field. You know down the road a little bit from it but I'll tell you what man that was fun. Now i think the players doug it i think they got in there and and it really got the feeling of of what that was all about so and then to finish like that holy cow to l. a. Walk off at the end. And you know just couldn't couldn't have been written any better. I think for for mlb boy. They scored big points last night. Absolutely and i did expect to see. Shoeless joe walking out of the absolutely yeah. That's that's exactly right so and you had the socks in there. So that was kind of a cool a cool head and then my boy. Aaron judge knoxville. on out. of course he's my fresno state boy so yeah loved it. It was wonderful and i think as far as marketing goes our major sports always trying to get a leg up and do something smart. I think this is something that we'll see every year. Now i'll definitely. Yeah because my understanding is you know they. They did build than stadium but they broke down the stands and put it into storage to be used at a later. Date says some good news there absolutely right so pretty exciting things ahead today on thirteen days. Thirteen teams This as you shine the spotlight on well. It's the second day in a row to highlight a defending state champion. And we're talking of course about the loveland red wolves. Yeah that's weird. I'm gonna want say. I were the whole day so i still say indians. I mean it's just the way this thing goes but last year we had just call him loveland high school. Football was kind of like the washington. Football team yeah. That's right still haven't come up with. That's the nfl could take them awhile but Yeah so red wolves. We'll talk about one of the very best programs in the state. I mean look at it. Eight state titles to in the last three years. The interesting thing here is they won. The title in in eighteen wayne mcginn the head coach then and goes back to college football after a state title. That's weird then. Last year they win a state title. Forty two six they roll palmer ridge down in pueblo for the title. And jeff mach. The head coach decides to take a sabbatical. He's taken a year or two off. I talked to jeff yesterday. So that's it's strange to see teams win. Titles and coaches leave unless they're leaving to a to a better spot or something. I get that but that didn't happen for either. One of the whale wayne went back to coaching college. I get that but how about that. So so allen. Jeffries takes over his head coach. He's really iconic for level in football. He coached back in the john. Poofy days kubi is certainly one of the best football coaches ever in the state. I mean he had a unbelievable run at loveland in the earlier years but wayne a rather allen. Jeffries was the defensive coordinator for poofy going back. Eighteen years and then he gets his chance. That head coach it kind of fell into his lap this year. So yeah we'll get out there five o'clock today on the level in practice field five to six o'clock and will wayne on the clark coach at eleven so that that's going to be cool and then we'll talk to them again out on the field get His one of his assistants on. I'm sure and then tanner's got He's got his zack. Mayo is the offensive coordinator. He'll be on noko now about ten fifteen today so you get loveland red wolves of football all day long here but It's gonna be fun. Then we'll get a bunch of players on the hook so yeah had the eaten read yesterday. Another defending state champion had them in studio. That was a blast. Five five kids in here yesterday around this table all joking and having a great time it was terrific so more of that today as we We highlight a terrific love. Linda red wolves football program. Well that is going to be so much fun. I just i mean the energy and the enthusiasm Being surrounded by those five players must have been palpable incredible. It was fun. And it's especially when you get a special group that everybody wants to hang out together to. It's pretty cool. So and that's what the i'll tell you what that's what the reds have done. And that's what loveland is. When i go and sit over there every year we do this. We have a pretty good crowd of loveland parents and and fans that kind of come on by and And they support. There's no question about it. I mean they're they're sending kids to the next level to play football. That's kind of what high school football is all about for some kids and and they certainly do it. The right way over there so looking forward to that today and and seeing what happens. I'm going to ask the coach. Want my big question of the day is how do you have a conference over here with greeley central longmont loveland monarch skyline. And then you throw in for the first year. Grand junction central. They have to make a five hour trip to play football out here in level in this year so just trying to figure out what is doing putting you know that's like putting five west coast teams in and then one east coast team. What are you doing exactly. Well maybe you can ask that question as well. Yeah we one those chasa reps on and say. Hey we all not you know our history we love and all the great decisions they make so i go now all right clerk. Johnson voice of preps radio course shining the spotlight on day. Five of thirteen days. Thirteen teens on. I'm saying this loveland. Red wolves day sponsor of loveland. And you can hear that all the excitement this evening from five to six. 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"kubi" Discussed on Frankenculture Presents:
"Happiness rained on distant. Red Planet but one sad day the Martians rant of cherished element they called Kuby. Four brave volunteers blasted off to search the. One special night there cudi meter locked onto a course. It was out of league. Saying that these aliens are looking for Kuby. Power their planet. and. They've set a center out in it's found earth. So these aliens are headed to Earth for Kuby. We get to a town where there's a dog running through the town to a school bus. And a bunch of kids getting off the bus. One saying that. Like since the candy factory hasn't been operational as dad hasn't been able to work and he can't afford a halloween. Costume. If he wants to go out yes. To wear a hand me down. One has an older sister. Everybody's talking about the Candy Factory. Closed. There's a brother and sister they're the main. Protagonist of the show. In. The girls wearing a wonder woman costume. We find out very quickly that her mom is dead. that. She made this costume and the other kids are making fun of her for wearing it but it didn't seem small. It didn't seem like like shoot equality. Hugh. Could tell wonder woman. Was the issue here Why don't feel like anyone else is wearing costumes. The kid was a Ninja. There is some other costumes I scattered around. But like his friend wasn't because they they broke. A little girl almost gets hit by a car. Is being driven by. Bull from night court. Don't. That is Barton Mall, Richard Ball. He's the dog I also in the. Movie. Jonathan Goodman, I've seen the flintstones movie. You who loves that movie who? Would would he the woodies? Woodrow. Park and put Drogba Corny. Offers Watch de people sat here and watched the hell out of it. Is that where where's I? I work. Real Perlman. Is the main antagonists. She calls a kids yard monsters have you ever heard that term before now? Will. You use it in the future now? Kids don't plan their yards anymore because kids are brats they're literally holes they just stand side playing their games. I wish it was fucking. Kids are always out in this Ryan around. Eleven their life. We see the rocket ship crash. And then we go to the candy factory that's going to close because the lake has dried up in the have to use expensive electrical power. Because it has like a water wheel so much electrical power powerpoint them damn what Yeah. Expensive. Candy. Can't afford electrical. we talk more about the kids at mom she was the greatest wisher. And then. Stars of the show April four aliens of the ship. Real early CGI. and. They're all like wildly different looking like none of them look like each other. glebe Ram to scuba in bing. Bing, because he just keeps saying, Mingming, I remember that. In Small Step Push Gouda. Giant step for guys with real short lag. As Technical Engineer Uber done getting the shifts. Take being an scooter to the. They're just all weird looking. I. Love. The one with the helmet. Glue One. Yeah Voiced by. Don Mesic. who also voiced astro from the jetsons? Let's see. Motley in wacky races. A BUNCH OF PEOPLE IN TRANSFORMERS And benton quest Johnny quest tranquilize the great show. Not that you. I've never watched it. April you know everything there Frank Rocker is done. Garfield. A Fred from Scooby Doo was that it. Niebler and Futurama. I never watched Futurama. Get Out of this. House? I did not I did not get into it. I think a lot of people did watch at though. FUTURAMA's great. I never never got into it. Forget what Billy West and he was a big asshole. So yet they're all looking each one of their so weird like nowhere near. I don't know like. Not even like resembling each other in any sort of essence at all, why do they need to? It's just a weird idea that they would be completely different looking. Like all the trolls are all different looking. But they have a troll shape. There's only like one troll. Maybe to trolls out all of them that are a little different, but they have the same kind of hair. One of those trolls, April find out in trolls to. Isn't even from the pop music. I saw from funchess, the FUNK, group yeah. So maybe they're all just from different tribes, Steve Bed. They've all been sent to save the planet. okeydokey. They meet the kids. The ones got really cool voice. No. I was just not happy with any of this invoice action emerges follow the kids. And then the kids the girls like well, maybe they really are Martians. And then they trip it find the rocket ship. All the Martians introduce themselves in the aliens don't know what mothers are. We find out what Kubi is and that is April. Candy Andy. So they take all the alien sugar trading. To. Click Kuby. Yeah. They go to that lady's House I cannot. Go to a woman's house, and she says. Q.. U. E. Costumes who's on this helmet and just rips the aliens had straight off. and. Puts it back and she's like, wow, kids are crazy. Kids are always coming up with something new and like..
"kubi" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"kubi" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"Cameron is shining example of what I wanna see from the listener communities someone who is excited about a project that they're working on and they reach out to me to be on the show. . So in this case, , between Capistrano aws pipelines Roku, , there are so many ways to deploy rails. . So Cameron, , why did you invent Kuby? ? That is such a great question. . So Kubi is definitely like a pet project of mine because I I listen to a podcast episode actually I'm a big podcast listener and one of the podcasts. . That, , I spend the most time listening to you. . Probably, , it's called the Ruby rogue. . So shot to them. . <hes> and they had an episode with this guy named I think we're probably butchers name but I think Stefan Vittaya and he was asking the rails community or sort of been bemoaning the fact that the rails community doesn't really have. . A very good deployment story and what I mean by that is. . He said to is that there are cool, , very <hes> sort of baked in solutions in rails for almost everything. . So active record, , we talked about that. . It's a fantastic layer for accessing the database and you've got active storage now for starring. . <hes> files in the cloud. . And there's action dispatch and action cable all these other cool things that are baked into rails and you don't have to really and the asked pipeline is another good example and and all the web packer degration all that stuff just kind of works out of the box. . So as a new engineer or somebody going through boot camp <hes> who is coming to rails for the first time. . You might be <hes> either self pacing going through some guides online you might be taking a course rails just sort of feels. . Easy to pick up <hes> you know you can just sort of. . Set up your models you can start accessing the database you're sticking data into your views and everything is just rolling. . It feels cool. . It feels great. . And then it comes to trying to put your APP online and you kind of run into a brick wall. . There's not. . A lot of help at least in the rails <hes> documentation or even in the rails framework that helps you deploy code to production. . <hes>, , and of course, , there are solutions like Hiroko and there are solutions like <hes>, , the aws offers, , and there's a cloud sixty six is another great example of a deployment solution for rails. . But there's not this coalescing around one solution in the rails community for deployments like there is for a bunch of other areas of rails development. . And so <hes> listening to. . Stefan. . Talk about this on the podcast I was really. . Just. Totally . agreed with them I thought this is a real hole in the rails community that we we probably need to figure out at some point. . <hes> he also mentioned that you know he he at least in his personal. . I suppose maybe this job I think he's a consultant but <hes>, , he's just seen a bunch of cases where. . New Real steps or people that are looking to deploy their code they've been working arouse APP, , and they just sort of fall off a cliff because there's just so much complexity in so many different solutions and not really the one true choice in rails for appointments. .
Kuby & Rails Deployments with Cameron Dutro
"Cameron is shining example of what I wanna see from the listener communities someone who is excited about a project that they're working on and they reach out to me to be on the show. So in this case, between Capistrano aws pipelines Roku, there are so many ways to deploy rails. So Cameron, why did you invent Kuby? That is such a great question. So Kubi is definitely like a pet project of mine because I I listen to a podcast episode actually I'm a big podcast listener and one of the podcasts. That, I spend the most time listening to you. Probably, it's called the Ruby rogue. So shot to them. and they had an episode with this guy named I think we're probably butchers name but I think Stefan Vittaya and he was asking the rails community or sort of been bemoaning the fact that the rails community doesn't really have. A very good deployment story and what I mean by that is. He said to is that there are cool, very sort of baked in solutions in rails for almost everything. So active record, we talked about that. It's a fantastic layer for accessing the database and you've got active storage now for starring. files in the cloud. And there's action dispatch and action cable all these other cool things that are baked into rails and you don't have to really and the asked pipeline is another good example and and all the web packer degration all that stuff just kind of works out of the box. So as a new engineer or somebody going through boot camp who is coming to rails for the first time. You might be either self pacing going through some guides online you might be taking a course rails just sort of feels. Easy to pick up you know you can just sort of. Set up your models you can start accessing the database you're sticking data into your views and everything is just rolling. It feels cool. It feels great. And then it comes to trying to put your APP online and you kind of run into a brick wall. There's not. A lot of help at least in the rails documentation or even in the rails framework that helps you deploy code to production. and of course, there are solutions like Hiroko and there are solutions like the aws offers, and there's a cloud sixty six is another great example of a deployment solution for rails. But there's not this coalescing around one solution in the rails community for deployments like there is for a bunch of other areas of rails development. And so listening to. Stefan. Talk about this on the podcast I was really. Just. Totally agreed with them I thought this is a real hole in the rails community that we we probably need to figure out at some point. he also mentioned that you know he he at least in his personal. I suppose maybe this job I think he's a consultant but he's just seen a bunch of cases where. New Real steps or people that are looking to deploy their code they've been working arouse APP, and they just sort of fall off a cliff because there's just so much complexity in so many different solutions and not really the one true choice in rails for appointments.
"kubi" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Getting back to doing the PODCAST is definitely A. It's definitely spurring me to want to create more content and you know talking to. Okay. This is this is this is the corny moment and you're gonna like it the Corny. Corner. corny corner. Talking to Qasr players inspires me to do better with 'cause play and be better. So I'm really excited to be talking to more of you and to be checking in with more of you and see how you've been doing 'cause play because then it will also inspire me and. Sorry. I just had to throw up was according to much corn. I just threw it all up rate in the corny corner corner. Right? There Griss. But no, it's true So, Sean. I know you did shoot some. you did some self shot content. I know you got a new, you started working on a new cars play. Like. 'cause tested one yeah a month ago about a month ago I did a gender bend version of Ego from Kim possible which was really interesting 'cause like those characters that I had. Always been interested in trying to attempt in some form I never really knew what that was and then one day like really early August I. Think it was just like you know what? I'M GONNA gender. So I just always bent it and it was fun. So I had I, got some shelf shelf self content up of that I did a few self shoots over the summer with I did with peers I think did a few other pokemon ones for like the series I did Some more peers There was one more that I did that I'm blanking on the or I think I did. Maybe I didn't. I. Think I missed remembering it was a lot of POK MON to to summarize and it will be more pokemon this weekend as well. So. That's what I've been up. Wise. Cool I have a couple of costly ideas that are wiggling around in my brain number one being I want to. If I were going to yoga this year, one thing that I wanted to do is do a A snuggles 'cause play from black Friday stark black Friday be one of the one of the singles at the beginning of the show. That's singing all about Wigley and how great he is because I just thought it'd be fine. Then I could get like a couple of other people's do with me and be time because we had a great time with our guy who didn't like musicals group last year on. Thursday of Yama. And it was it was fun. We like maybe seven people recognize but they were all super excited and yes. So I want to do something fun and easy like that And I did just order my own tickle me Whitley so that'll be coming in the I. preordered it because a few preorder them by the time you're listening to. The preorder time will be over. So you might not be able to get one, but I ordered my own taking me weekly and that should be shipping. It'll be arriving either in December January. So it might not be in time for Christmas. Saw For all the kids to tickle to rub his belly. Well but that's okay. If David here, you would say phrasing. Yeah. And then I show him to call me Wigley and he'd be like what the hell. So. So that's an option I back in like May I purchased a I purchased a costume from like hot topic and it's a decent quality one to and it's an I dream of Jeannie cast room and 'cause I really WanNa do I dream of Pammy. So that might be Pam Halloween costume this year because a couple years ago I did pam a Pam Kubi from. Archer, for those of you who for those of you who are new to the show. One of my most. Frequent cause place was Pam who've is. Stam it. is slash Waspam cuvee from archer And so yeah, I'M GONNA DO I dream of Pammy and if anybody else does it before me a fucking kill them because that was my idea sorry I just had to say that but yeah so I'm. I have an idea for that shoot that I want to do and I'm really excited and I'm hoping that we can do that soon but we'll see what happens with photographer availability and if nothing else, I'll at least maybe it takes them takes himself as and take some with your setup. So, Yeah I. Everybody's I. Felt like there was all this pressure to like Oh you have all of this time. Now at home, you should be learning a new skill. You should be cleaning your apartment you should be getting your life together but frankly, and even now we're still at a point where this is a. Globally. Traumatizing events and everybody just needs to be a little bit easier on themselves and sometimes. The. Best you can do is just live through the day and that's okay and that's what I had to accept because I went into his sort of depression spiral of I am. I'm functioning in that I'm completing work for teaching music online to children of all ages throughout the spring, and then I playing video games and crying. And that was pretty much how life was for a while and I felt really guilty about it and then I felt worse and I cried more and less, and then I felt worse about not getting things done then and it just kept going So I've I've been digging myself out of that for the past handful of months and that's been hard but good so. Yeah I'm really looking forward to try and sue. Incorporate play into my life right now. and. Hopefully Halloween will be a great sort of release for that. So. We're GONNA. Re we posted a comment on a post on facebook today for the first time in. Half a year now. And several people responded, and we just ask people to share answers to some of the following crump's and. So the prompts were What is one oddly specific thing you miss about cons tell us about a 'cause play skill you picked up during the quarantine. How have you been staving off the existential dread asking for a friend? And tell us about your Halloween 'cause plans. It's kind of a joke because we all know 'cause players don't even really about Halloween and we stay off to the last minute and what's Holloway? Every day is Halloween when you're a cost player, Sean, it's magic. So I know once again, Chris. That goes into the corner corner. According. Okay So Sean, why don't you share some of your favorite sponsors of course? Yeah. So I think if we want to go just like prompt by prompt I think I think one of the biggest themes like the intricate activity of. Costly play and being at Cons General are Jessica noted that Mrs Group plays because it's so nice to be able to share progress on a project that about your friends are doing which I think a lot of people would relate to for sure I mean you yourself had mentioned that we had done the group Cosmi last year for guy who didn't like. I was in a big pokemon group the Saturday of Katsu kind like three weeks before the pandemic had like really like like shut the country down One of those things really just being able to share that outside of like social media I think is something that a lot of people mess for sure. I think. One of my favorite, very specific ones because there were a lot of great ones that had to do with missing people and like you said, the interconnectivity and this.
"kubi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"On the interview with Ed as their 11 listener. I wrote that she pictured him in an old brown velvet chair with a can of coke or something. I pictured him, You know, he's the voice in the movie up right that the old man and movie up I picture him looking exactly like that. Right with the cane and that the balloons ready to take the house into the A fine film, by the way, Still, Justus timeless. Today is when it was released 11 years ago. I will tell you so my wife, I happen to be married to a woman who is a journalist. Man. You know, I'm in the news business of a sort. As well. And we both have all sorts of news alerts that go off on her phone and she gets these news alerts. I I subscribe to some new services she subscribes to others, and yesterday We're at my mother's. Having a little lunch. And she starts reading. An article that she got in the New York Post headline She got a New York Post alert and then the article pops up in her e mail box and she starts reading it to me, And I think this was the first time that I ever did this. I said, you have to stop. I can't. Listen that anymore. And she was surprised, she said. Why? Why You've never said that before. You always want to hear what the news is. I can't I can't bear the content of that particular story. But for you, this was the story that I could not bear to listen to. I'm not gonna read the whole thing. I will just read you the headlines. And a little bit of and describe for you the body of this particular article. Headline Sammy The Bull Gravano is charging on Facebook. Teases podcast. And it's written actually by a terrific reporter, Dean balsa meaning, but the article is a joke. Because the article is essentially a commercial for this killer, this drug dealer this criminal and his podcast. And it begins Sammy The bull is living large and loud gang lands. Most notorious rat Salvatore Gravano has taken to social media to show off his new life of luxury in Arizona. That's him posing at the mic for a podcast. He's been touting him, enjoying the company of his grandchildren and gathering with family for a photo in the dining room. A 75 year old convicted killer and Gambino family turncoat has been working on his show at a slick new studio. And then at that point, I just I just lost. The last thing I want to hear. Is a podcast from this guy. I said to my wife, I cannot bear it. I almost get physically ill. Hearing that article being read to me. About what a luxurious life this guy is leaving in Arizona. There's a lot of people that are working very hard right now that are barely making ends Meet. This is a person Who should if there were any justice in the world be in prison for the rest of his life. This is someone who Has admitted. No, We don't know how many. This actually wass. There's someone that's admitted. Murdering 18 people. What you're participating in the murder of 18 people and for the murder of 18 people, he gets essentially a get out of jail free card. 2.5 years in prison for murdering 18 people. Why, because he was willing to testify against John Gotti. Now they could've convicted John Gotti. Without Sami. They had tapes. They had all sorts of other evidence, but Certainly his testimony was very, very pivotal in convicting John Gotti. Now I don't care whether you're convicting John Gotti or Jesus Christ, because let's face it. He was convicted on some very questionable evidence as well. You testify against John Gotti? Fine. You murder 18 people. You should not be allowed to get a get out of jail free card. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Now, if you do get this get out of jail free card. What would you do? Let's say you murder 18 people. You have a new lease on life. You're now a celebrity. What would you do? I would think that if this were me I would lead a monastic existence. I would become a monk. You'd never hear from me. You would I would disappear. I would. I would spend time with my kids and the rest of my time praying in gratitude that I'm not going to spend the rest of life in prison for my multitude of crimes. This guy Writes a book. Writes a book and attempts to cash in On His crimes. Write a book. Detail ing every one of these crimes. And some of the loved ones of the people that he killed and talks about killing his book. That's a wait a minute. I don't think that's right. I don't want him profiting from my loved ones. Murder. So what did they do? They sue him. They soon. Who do they get? Is their attorney, My friend Ron Kuby. You may remember Ron Kuby. From his days on this show, Ron Kuby was on WNBC with Curtis at the time and they were on the weekends. I think at that point this was when Internet broadcasting was in its infant form. Nobody even really understood what streaming audio wass but Sammy the bull Was listening in Arizona, where he was in the witness security program. And he listens to Ron Kuby. Make fun of him and talk about how nobody can seem to find Mr Gravano. Maybe for his, you know for a summons they were giving him or some piece of legal paperwork. Subpoena. I think it was. Maybe if somebody were to staple it to Mr Gravano's head, Maybe maybe then he'll show up for a court appearance or something to that effect in words or substance, Your honor. So Now That's a joke. Now. Anybody that's ever dealt with KUBI knows that's how he jokes around. Gravano hears this. What does he do? He rather than simply call Ron Kuby up and demanded an apology, which he happily would have given him. Pavano, who's now been given a second lease on life. Pavano. Takes out a contract on Ron Kuby tohave Colby murdered what kind of sociopathic homicidal maniac after getting a get out of jail free card for 18 murders. Then decides. You know what? I don't like What? Somebody said about me on the radio. I'm gonna go try and have him killed. So Then as if that weren't enough. The guy takes his newfound freedom in Arizona, where he's living with the beautiful weather with the all the transplanted New Yorkers under the assumed name installing swimming pools. What does he do with his new freedom and his new opportunity? He decides he wants to start on ecstasy trafficking ring. And becomes the leader ofthe a major drug ring. Now he's arrested Finally now. Thankfully, he's arrested by state police in Arizona, because I'll tell you what if the FBI picked him up. I have my doubts if he would have ever faced the music for that crime So he's in prison. And what happens, another famous mob hit man, Richard The Iceman Kuklinski. Says. You know, Sammy was actually not responsible for those just 18 murders. He was responsible for 1/19 I'm the one that carried it out and I'm prepared to testify, and that would have put Sammy in prison for the rest of his life. So Richard Kuklinski comes to New Jersey. Repaired to testify. And then just as he's poised To give this damaging evidence that could have put Sammy away for the rest of his life. Richard Kuklinski dies of cancer And Sammy catches another lucky break and then finally due to President Trump and the first step Act. Sammy Gravano and his attorneys are able to make the case that the crimes he's in prison for are nonviolent. Now, I don't know that it was actually for the first step back because it was a state case, not a federal case. But he's he's out of prison after 17 years. What is he doing? Is he working with kids? Is he giving back to the community? No. He's trying to be a star and show you how great his life is living in the lap of the lap of luxury. He's doing lifestyles of the depraved and famous. Lifestyles of the of the rich. And infamous..
"kubi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"kubi" Discussed on Cyber Work
"Very. Yet let like to let people know what we're getting into so. So yeah, I mean we got a little bit on your your work background, but tell me about your sort of life background. Where did you first get interested in computers and tack? And when did you get into? Cybersecurity is as a job in calling. From Oh! Gained Perspective that was Pretty Young I. Guess I'm. Telling you my agents on the? Computer was a commodore sixty four and. State. The. First inning while got. Computers than. I guess I didn't take a direct routing to computer science, but ended up in. Materials engineering as you mentioned looking for awesome, but it's a really interesting lendings excel. He'll seize than. and. Programming full transferred to. Join was chase. Colpon Horses Steel working on in Christ gave. they had long gas systems to make sure that the cray computers that we're working on. Didn't. Lose everything. Was it was a really interesting time there, but I'll dramatically obviously. But that really got me interested in computers I. Think the transition to solve. A security wasn't. I didn't actually issue careering cybersecurity. It's the time. Involved in Sola customer programs in general I'd say I would say everything you're. One of The issues that we kept fighting. Seeing was a direct songs security. Especially, for example in six SIXES specifically Ice Curie Company, but it products frequently used car security barnum. I was always adjacent to an customer always seemed to be frustrated that they were having trouble. Solving that will now the site. That was bees problem. Great to be able to help them with things like. What we did it sits. The great companies. Want to get closer to solving on saint to be the problem. Today's on security. Unfortunately right, so yeah, so let's let's jump into present day. How if at all has your day to day? Work routine changed in the last few months. I'm assuming it's changed somewhat. Where you work from home person before, and if not like what changes are concessions, or maybe even improvements have been implemented under these emergency measures. So! Say Look Out We always had the ability to work for Iraq entirely online and were. used. On this is for TV absent, someone posture as citizens are. Cloud oriented company in relatively. Modern from that perspective. The personally I wasn't originally. I would from harm. Employees spend a Lotta of. Older offices so I I did. A lot of time on the road or to traditionally spindler taking customers nomin presenting. People like yourself so which? We would have probably still done ritual, but I do a lot of years. That's the thing on the change has been signed on. The joneses impact discussion before joining I. Think I made this better microfinance. My way home offices. You can see right. Out Enough Hooked. Will being guessing anything. That's the is change. Helmets impacted. US is specifically. Look out for me. we do have. been really pushing the edges in Russian in multi. Security I'm really proud. Of doing what I do. It's it's more difficult to do. Cabinet univation brainstorming. That type of activity the actual unfortunately like I love over. Zoom right now most of the tools for. Virtual meetings. And he endure whiteboards. The can share and that sort of thing but it. Doesn't Lee actually being in the same room with a bunch of smart people and coming up with DIS right. On our recreate any bar it's. Probably be. Okay and San White Dogs keep barking during his news. Yeah. We're all seeing a lot of life. During this things it's kind of Nice I mean. Do you think that's something that people will eventually get used to in terms of being able to interact over a computer space versus you know I. Mean When we you know we talked about. You know you're eating ten years ago. Like people are saying. Oh, it's never gonNA replace paper books and things like that, but do you think? That that a learning curve here and the people eventually get it or is there just no substitute for an in person collaboration? I. I. Think. The two things will happen. I definitely think that that's not the chain for improvement, but and I do think that we will learn how to do it but I think it will take changes in the tools that we. that. I mean when the total US tonight or mostly focused on this time of engagement or more. I. Think about what you do, a design context where you're taking. On posted nights stealing award. Categorize particular year mets day in. His virtually and I look forward to same. Isa Do. Right something we. There yet okay. So, as I mentioned at the top of the show, we WANNA talk specifically about fishing and how it's sort of. The social engineering and attack vector nature of it has has changed in this present time, and you know we've had guests in the past and I'm thinking way back. I think it was episode thirteen. We had a guy named headroom. Amini, from inquest, who talked about the latest fishing trends, the back in two thousand eighteen at this point so you know based on your own research. How was the nature of fishing changed since this first major shelter in place order back in March has been an increase decrease similar number. SINGHVI increase. There is a significant increase in the targeted fishing. The is leveraging the whole covid pandemic as to special engineering Within is being a specifically an increase in generalized fishing as a result of that incremental in Covid Number literally too late. Site, it does look like that. See, but you gotta understand when I talk about fishing I actually am at something. Slightly different should explain I'm an on the bachelor is sort of being like these for months, and like the this out of twenty and twenty, nine hundred and referring to is less about you know the amount you get from. Some long whilst unclean idea that left you. What sure. An actually not even miscarry email someone sending you hate us. Laws message that has a leaking that you keep them, and yet in the mobile will attends today's SMS or Picking on any platform, Faisal Messenger message, or if what's out or Kubi Telegraph again? Social Media. Where they can send, you can say.
"kubi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Going to be available through our website NBC dot org tickets are not gonna be able to be available on site and we're limiting the number of tickets that are available each day and when you purchase your ticket you buy it for a specific time slot the zoo's Jake Kubi a says a one way path south will guide you through the zoo grounds of visitors over age three you will be required to wear a mask jury bell Kaylee news radio D. I. A. has announced a new partnership to add more contactless and biometrics to your airport experience D. I. A. C. O. O. Chris McLaughlin by partnering with a company like they are and that will allow us to put innovations in place that I reduce the amount that people have to touch things the first pilot project should begin late this summer one idea is that mobile payment options for retail at the airport well we're getting rain in the metro this morning there's the Jews surprise up in the high country snow falling in spots up there K. we listener Eric says it's coming down pretty a pretty good clip it's a topic Janice see their words it was snowing and wet but about halfway between Georgetown and look the turn off for Loveland pass that stuff it started snowing and second in a row C. dot has plows out to help you if you're headed into the high country this morning and we still don't know for ever gonna hear and I'm say play ball at Coors field this season but the Rockies are ready to get one part of the organization up and running the team's dugouts stores will open tomorrow for their patience season ticket holders will get a thirty three percent discount on most merchandise well it's a little nice added benefit yeah I was gonna say I'm gonna go in there get a Jersey and put on the back of it nineteen or how about cove it and have the number nineteen or something like that I don't think people are ready yeah.
"kubi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You say your time is the three oh two as a company nineteen pandemic continues Colorado students should be able to go back to school that's what governor policies telling the Colorado state board of education with proper guidelines the governor believes any outbreak could be quickly controlled we have the ability for surge testing that meaning if there's a school based outbreak we can then very likely after the occupation period include working with public health to test and and and allow kids to return to the campus environment he says school won't exactly be like it was among ideas being considered are in classroom lunches staggered lunch periods and limiting interactions during class passing times older teachers at risk for the virus may be able to continue remote learning the Denver zoo is ready to re open it will open to zoo members on Wednesday and Thursday and then to the general public on Friday but there will be some changes this is Jake Kubi says tickets will need to be ordered online when you purchased your ticket you buy it for a specific time slot so that allows us to regulate the flow of people coming in and out of the zoo a one way path will guide you around the zoo you can take a two hour or one hour tour visitors over age three must wear a mask and follow social distancing requirements extra hand washing good sanitizer stations will be available throughout the zoo Jerry bell Keighley news radio we still don't know if you'll be able to hear the up say play ball at course field this year but the Rockies have already had some time to get another part of their organization up and running the team's dugout stores will be open on Wednesday for their patients season ticket holders will receive a thirty three percent discount on most merchandise all employees and customers will be required to wear mask in social distancing in capacity limits will be observed our next update at three thirty on vehicle shelling came away newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM attorney CPA Joe Cordell even in the toughest of times there are usually opportunities for relief many husbands and dads listening now are struggling to keep businesses afloat to stay current on alimony and child support orders you should know that this crisis may allow you to modify your support obligations but this reduction though would typically only date back to the date that your motion is filed not the hearing date so time is of the essence I'll make a similar encouraging point two guys being dealt a double crisis of an epidemic and a divorce for you this process will likely mean that your business real estate income in retirement we'll all be appraised at their current much lower value so if you're a guy needing help right now not some day when things are back to.
"kubi" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Hi and welcome back to another corona edition of shares for beginners on film Oscar Tiller. We're recording on Tuesday march twenty four during this period. I'm concentrating on current events and trying to keep you updated with a range of views from a number of angles. My guest today is Steve Bull from ATF. Watch could I Steve Good? I feel great debate here but probably under different circumstances now. Steve is also the head of client experience tomorrow super. So we'll be talking some soup to start with powder of the government's packages to allow people to access some of their super. What are your thoughts on this development? Well certainly an unprecedented Tom. In some of the stimulus measures A few months ago I would have just never would have never thought we would have Sinai's. You're in Tom's like this. It's good to capable in the houses. Cape people with food on the table for them to pay their bills any dipping into a bit of their super allows them to do that. Then this worse outcomes out there obviously yes certainly I would say it is a lost resort and you and try and try not to dip into your Super Bet. If you've lost your job and you need some extra cash will be out there for people to be able to do. Some of these super funds are squealing rather loudly about it. Though aren't they yeah they are. And when vested interests get involved in. It's clearly not narrow interests. Paypal TO WITHDRAW BAY withdrawing their funds. There's also a lot of the super funds have in the last ten years of moved a lot of their investments to Alternative assets or non listed investments. Now they've all been able to show good performance because that's set of sectors boomed over the last ten years but at mainstays assets really ill equipped and so the difficult to offload in a hurry if They need to do that. What what do you mean by these alternative assets? I think I think a lot of people think that the money's put into the Superman he's put into bank accounts or cash deposits tool the share market. What what are the alternative essence. How does it work? Yeah so given the the she white of cap of money that's going to super. There's some of the industry out they have over one hundred billion dollars of investments available. And so they've started investing in alternatives to traditional shares and bonds. And things like that at at could be things. Toll Roads all agricultural assets setting infrastructure assets. It's a little bit unknown. What a lot of the Marine is I just sort of call it their alternative investments. But one thing's for sure that that a lot of these assets unlike unlike the share market way can also sell anything whenever you want old Albert at the moment under distress process you. It's really hot to sell some of these assets Especially at the in conditions like wearing at the moment how you feeling personally from an investing point of view. I think this opportunity starting to to show up like if I reflect on the J. of say I bought my first house right in the middle of the J. F. Say which was a bit of a contrarian plane itself but it was more than just at that age player was ready to buy a house and so I didn't have any capital to invest in the markets. And so I said watched it from the sideline these Tom. Around I'm saying companies that thirty forty percent less than I were a couple of months ago and it's looking lock is guy to be dis- definitely so the buying opportunity starting to appear I'm definitely not in the the panic camp that a lot of people are in now the the world's going to end I think ever in for tough couple of years but we'll get through it so interestingly I was reading Livewire lost not which is quite a good rate. If you're interested in reading about what? The fund managers have the sites where mice destroy his best fund managers so to push their thoughts and Sam. It's free it's free to subscribe as well as nuts at the already subscribe. Yeah and right now. There's a lot of content. Being posted by the fund manages articles. I read the first one said the bottom will be hit when cases Paik in the US and Ustralia and and that fund manager. Donald is modeling instead. That'll be a pro. And that's that's going to be the bottom of the markets and then we're going to pick guarantee recovery phase. The second said that the bottom will be hit in twelve to eighteen months once the impacts have pushed through the whole economy so there's companies out there now that it's business as usual betting six months time that's when now get hit. The said article said that we're going into a great depression and it'll be ten to twenty years of Great Depression Environment Before we come out of this Three Fund manages a coaling the bottom either in any way from a month. Tom To twenty years Tom. I think that says that no one really knows where the bottom is bought. If you've got cash you and you're looking at the market you blind today a lot cheaper than you were. A couple of months guy might take falling. You probably wouldn't go all in that. It might be time to start looking at instead of dripping. A bit of money in and Taking advantage of the weakness. Let's move onto the ATF. Side of things. I've been going through some of the articles that you've been producing the last couple of weeks and one pound of lessons that you've learned from the GMC How's the current situation different to the GMC? Always out enough to be in the workforce and going through that that time and I was working in a bank so likable sort of very impacted and I think the biggest difference obscene is the pace that the fear and penny has played out as part of the Corona Virus Crosses compared to the AFC which was a really. It was a slow Ben. The initials are in the Senate twenty twenty five percent Ryan ch and for a long time. Markets bounced around that sort of Reinsch in most people in that initial phase. This is just across abouts subprime lending and it's a banking thing and it's not going to impact the real economy and it wasn't until probably almost a year in that some of the big commercial banks in the US collapse of Lehman Brothers being the big one. And that's when the real panic set in and that's when the market's really fell to their their lows of about fifty percent so the difference here is this is played out really quick and the reason clear. The reason is because everyone's impacted. It's very easy to say the the reasons why some people like we're questioning. Atf's before this current crisis and saying that in the case of panic that ATF's would worsen the situation is that is that happened the ATF. Market itself's held up pretty well some ATF. Asset classes of traded it lodge ranges to their underlying investment value. I don't think ATF's have contributed in any way paperless selling just like a just like any of these crosses people just selling whatever they have however they can say some people have ATF's and they're selling but the the markets remaining liquid the mark is doing the job and the spread between the bond sales remained fairly low. Although it's it's blown out a little bit I don't think the market's not like I'd I think we'd be saying any bigger fools than we've saying if there was no eightieth mark put it that way dividends during the J. J. AFC on noticed in your article. You mentioned that Ad. Dividends in the initial phase can up. That's one thing that you say with the ATF. So being a trust struck shot at tax structures a- trust will legal structures of trust they must pass landings onto the unit. Hollas and said. Well we did a bit of analysis in JC on the state straight Isis two hundred ATF. Which is it's tickets estate. W and it's a stray oldest. Atf in was clearly the biggest back then. And so what we saw was the actual dividend paid. Let's say they paid a two dollars. David ends before the say in those couple of GSEE's that dividend went up to about two fifty or three dollars and as two reasons for that one is that an ATF that Feliz Index. Lock the Essex. Two hundred every quarter at ray whites its pull. It has to rewrite. Its portfolio and some companies will exit the index because their market capitalisation might have fallen. Some companies will end to the index because their market capitalisation reason. Some companies will end up with smaller whites because they've been sold off more than others. In in the perfect example here is the banks which make up a large proportion of the index have been pretty heavily sold off and companies lie staples like calls and Willie's utilities. They've all held up pretty well. Because and it's pretty to say what calls and Willie's it's done well if you walk into the supermarket and so when these funds ray white they'll be having offloaded some banks and boss more calls and we'll leads there'll be some companies like some travel companies. That are probably full out of the index because they've been heavily heavily sold off and they'll be other companies that might come in like maybe medical companies that are doing well out of this and say what the ATF has to do is bond sell which will realize some capital gains now. Those capital gains have to be passed onto the investors and then and then the other thing to consider is. There's a lot of people out there going. Oh we'll look the Essex. Two hundred go to yield of six percent. Now I'm just going to buy for that yield. Well that's a backwards looking yield. So that's that's the dividends that got an last year now in the AFC. We saw after that a little little spot that we spark back. Dividends fell Bob at forty percent and so for a few years there as markets were starting to recover the dividend yield. That you're saving was in the in the range of three to four percent as opposed to about five to six percent prior to the say so don't look yield and think that that's what you're gonNA get next year because there's no doubt that you ought to know whether or it'll be a forty percent fall in dividends mono be that much at Kubi mole. There's going to be a lot of companies that are just GONNA suspend the dividend entirely the sheep because their businesses have had to basically closed the doors. So yeah just be of that. If you're looking at at dividend yields let's move onto lic's which a listed investment companies.
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