18 Burst results for "Lake Hey"

"lake hey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"lake hey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yeah. Gotcha. It is 906 and Julian. Checking in from the lake. Hey, Julian. Hello. Hear me loud and clear. Hey, Great show as always, guys. Everybody just stole all my thunder are man police officer that just called, But he's absolutely correct. And I want to reiterate that the law does not require you to get in a knife fight. Yes and Todd, You're you're correct. It's not just for law enforcement. It's for it's for all citizens. There's nothing that says, you have to Coming up that got this equal force. You know, under the law. You have a right if you can articulate, Yeah. Listen, I apologize. I should've pushback on Bob when he when he said those outlandish things about our gun laws. He was He was totally wrong. He he just hasn't educated himself on that front, I guess, but that's okay. He calls occasionally. Listen, 24 hours from now, the word is our troops going to be out of Afghanistan. Out of there, and we still have maybe maybe a couple of 100, maybe as many as 300. Still Americans that are trying to get out and there's some some stories this morning. We want to update you want to catch you up To date there was a U. S drone strike targeting the Islamic state. Today there was trying to stop a potential car bombing. And and in the end, one of our drones killed 10 civilians in Kabul, including several small Children. Family members told The Washington Post Today. The dead were all from a single extended family, and we're getting out of a car in their modest driveway when when the strike hit a vehicle that was nearby. The U. S Central Command said that the strike Sunday destroyed the Islamic state car bomb that posed an imminent threat to Kabul's airport. The command said in a statement. It was aware of reports of civilian casualties, adding, We would be deeply saddened by any potential loss of innocent life. Yeah, and so that's sadly Todd. That's right out of the Washington Post just moments ago and the sadly That's the so called collateral damage. You don't even like to use that phrase, because that would seem to say that those innocent lives don't matter. And they do they do matter. They all matter. War is messy. That's what it comes down to. And you have stories like this and then Some lose the will to fight and the will to win. And say, Well, we got it in. We got to sanitize what we're doing here and you start doing that and and you begin to lose the edge and you lose the advantage and you lose your focus on the mission. Well, maybe ought to go through, you know, unnatural acts to try to make sure but is going to be happy when it's all said and done. Yeah, that's not how it works. Yeah, it's tragic. I guess The frustrating side of it is is is if this happened in a different administration of previous administration, the headline would be Trump killed 10 kids right. That would be the headline. We're not going to go there because we understand what war is like, and we understand that you know what mistakes happen in casualties that unintended consequences happened in situations like this may be the Taliban should do a better job of controlling Isis K and stop those suicide bombers from getting to the gates of the capital. That's one thing I'll say about this story. It has brought some of the some With the Guardians in the media. Some of the homers for the Biden administration. It has brought them around. I mean, Jonathan Karl on ABC s this week program yesterday morning in a roundtable. Jonathan Karl White House reporter for ABC. He was dogging Trump on any given day in that briefing room right yesterday morning, he and as much said this was Disaster on the part of the Biden administration, and that he's not buying the spin that they're trying to put on it. About what you know we've scaled this effort. We've rescued 100,000 people and all that, you know. That's all well and good, but it didn't have to happen this way. Now. Tomorrow is the deadline that Joe Biden is set for leaving Afghanistan and saying that well, we'll have Joe Biden said yesterday will still have some leverage with the Taliban in getting the rest of the Americans out of the country. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says. We have very little leverage right now, and I think it's going to be tough. I've heard folks talk about leverage after our departure. It's our presence that provided the leverage that when we're gone, that leverages greatly diminished will probably still have some capacity. I hope they're leaving some capacity behind the way that we were thinking about doing that. But their leverage to convince the Taliban to do anything is diminished greatly. Our leverage with the Taliban was always really straightforward. If you don't do what we want, we're going to pose real costs. We did that multiple times. We had established a model and understanding a set of deterrence mechanisms that make clear to the Taliban that you weren't going to attack Americans. We executed that when our forces are gone when our military's capabilities are gone, the ability to influence the Taliban's decisions if they if they choose to hold Americans for whatever reason to convince this administration to recognize them, or Whatever it may be. Yeah, there you go. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and see Todd. It doesn't seem like the bite administration took this approach. They tried to establish some kind of diplomatic dance with the Taliban. As opposed to what Pompeo said a moment ago, which is if you don't do this, and this is going to happen, it sounds like we didn't take that approach, you know, and and the thing is a minute ago, I said, You know, the headline of Trump was still in office would be Trump killed Children in a in a drone strike. Now that I think about it Maybe we should be a little bit more critical of this drone strike that took out 10 innocent civilians because we wouldn't have have to use that drone strike if Joe Biden would have got all of the Americans out before he got the soldiers out. If Joe Biden would have done a better job in the exit, not getting out, but the exit and how we got out, we wouldn't have to deal with this today. The tide and don show To the park overhead doors appreciate them every day when I open and close our garage door. In fact, the garage door is the most used the door and most households. Most people come and go through the garage door more than they do their front door, regular front door and so it's got to last, and it's got to work well, and it's got to be, you know, also very secure and look good and boy hours gets all of that job. All those jobs done. What it did for our curb appeal is amazing. I really transformed the look of our house. I was stunned. I knew it would look better than what we had, which was one of those flimsy builder grade garage door. So it's really It's almost like you could put your fist through the thing..

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"lake hey" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"Yeah. I think about that in some other educated may stop I'm not feeling better about information on I'm trying to remember exactly why they stopped flying out of intercontinental I. Think it was because they got a big deal on hobby I cannot remember it used to history Where do you think they're gonNA go at Chicago panel is this international stuff? Do you think this is all domestically domestic for international they're going to eat better connecting flow, and then I'm going to have any at those airports but I think there's probably some options for things like I the other hubs certainly right for gun connections but I'd like to think that they're gonNA rather than do connecting hub stuff there. They'd probably start some specific point to point markets, but that's actually where the value comes in. Do you think like intercontinental to Florida that kind of thing? Yeah I think I would actually guessed that they'll try to find more markets. For what level of business there may be a more likely to find good revenue. So I think that would be. A more likely play at it's also remember a they're adding. Miami also is an American hub. Okay So, yeah southwest continues Houston it discontinue service at Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport in April second April two, thousand, five six daily nonstop flights between mental in love field, and that's all they operated when they pulled out. So I think that they'll get they'll be more creative in a more broad in their operations at that point. What's funny is they weren't going head to head wins the American on that route. They American. Was Flying Intercontinental to love interesting. but united airtime wasn't continent did for a little while but then they dropped it just what w Yeah. It just went to dfw yeah. Yeah I think that'd be more than just that certainly on at this I think they'll open up a broader range of routes because. What's what's the driver here though I mean it's it's really the crosstown traffic legates people flying out of Chicago. Typically, live west side of Chicago northwestern way to north side in intercontinental it's mostly the north side of Houston. Between the two airports, you can take whichever one you want. But if you live on the far side of one take our. Our regular listener read who desperately wants more JFK ISLIP surface. He lives pass JFK. Newark is a terrible option for him even though theoretically both those New York City I live in Manhattan and didn't care rise if you've got someone living northside, Houston was the. Woodlands Katy. Is that a thing Katie's on the west side by side? Okay. So that's more between the two Neither of them are close neighbors. But you pick a neighborhood and and especially around Houston like these are huge neighborhoods right? It's not like. It's a couple of people. These are cities unto themselves really if one of the airports that much closer you know and you WANNA, try to pick up some that traffic I mean. You could argue like they're far enough apart that you're probably not gonNA cannibalize your own. Demand at other one. And when you're starting to do things like run non hub point to point service to it like the united in jet loose additions into Florida, this winter or Things like that when when it's truly a what demand can we find anywhere on the route map and see if we can make it work within our operations things start to happen yeah. Yeah I mean, my my parents live on the southwest side of Houston and they always go to hoppy I, used to live just north of downtown north and West to downtown, and I never went to abby because the options to get down there I had to go through downtown and traffic, and I could just go to intercontinental and had multiple routes to get there. So yeah, I mean for me it would always you know if I wanted to fight and it was out of Intercontinental, I'd probably take her. So that's the question like how much cheaper would southwest have had to been for you to want to driven through downtown to get to hobby to take the flight couple hundred bucks at least which is. An unreasonable position to for the airline to beaten just not that great. I mean, maybe twenty fifty bucks but one hundred and can happen and so. I I get where they're coming from a part of me wonders like you know what is this traffic demand that they see and is this you know southwest to is being we'll say less aggressive cutting its capacity right now compared to united who's been very aggressive in cutting right and so in that context is this Lake Hey, we can grab share from them. Maybe it's hard to tell that grabbing share right now matters given that its money losing share. Yeah. although were past the PSG. Oh, can you can't just park the planes at this point install like money at it? There are some costs coming southwest is going to have a whole bunch of MACs in theory pretty soon because those deliveries are likely to restart mid late. November. That all someone posted today like they're like, oh, look southwest committed by. Three twenty, one years and it was. Rick. Roll. We'll just great. But yeah I mean it's to me this makes sense from the perspective of if you can capture enough of the north Houston Market Right, which is pretty large and and the Chicago Western north markets right the you can. You could probably do okay. If you can find the resignations also think of it as like Middle America markets where southwest is way stronger Kansas City or single right like markets that have historically been southwest bread bread-and-butter, maybe hub or hub like Nashville where they do a lot of connecting flow things. Like that where they have more loyal customer base flying to North side of Houston or north side of Chicago businesses or West. Western suburb businesses in my my wife had a project quote Unquote Chicago when early on when we were dating that she hated because if she was stuck in the West Chicago suburbs into took her an hour to drive four miles from the hotel to work every day..

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"lake hey" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"lake hey" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"You do not have to have a relationship with very to actually apply. So get to it y'all. Okay that's going to be a lot of Kevin I'm kind of excited because I'm going to get all these. I'm hopeful that they're going to be cool products. So yeah. and. You know how? I I love judge things I think that more than anybody else? Yes. Kevin what did you mean by that I? Agree. All right. Let's get started with some news for the enterprise world. Every year Microsoft does the IOT signals report released is only the second year they do several of these but this is the big Lake Hey who in enterprise is an Iot and how many of them are doing it. So this year they interviewed people, it was March and April of this. Year. So right is the pandemic was happening and apparently ninety one percent of Global Iot. Decision makers have adopted the IOT, which is up from eighty five percent. Last year. What's not surprising is only a quarter of those have deployed projects and the rest are twenty nine percent are in the learning stage. Yeah. Yeah. Twenty five percent or in the trial a proof of concept phase twenty percent are actually purchasing so. It seems like these numbers are the same every year. So he's like a quarter of them are in this phase of maybe deployment or learning or what? We are moving a little bit further like feel like last year, there were fewer in the actual use phase way more in the trial phase because remember last year, we were still in pilot purgatory and perhaps for people who are building these solutions or even adopting it. Research is showing that the time to use is roughly twelve months. So that's actually kind of a long time. So you know you're going to invest in this. They broke it down by regions. China is the fastest in China, you can get this thing to use it ten months in the US eleven and in Germany it is fourteen so. Most companies. Do Plan. To use more Iot it's about two-thirds. So yeah. And again, this isn't going to surprise anybody the Iot adopters who are actually using the technology, our manufacturing healthcare retail in energy. So those are big areas where people are doing it. Kobe nineteen has pushed a third of the respondents to say they're going to invest more in Iot. This makes sense because a lot like most of the pitches I'm getting around to use of Iot right now in post covid and just in general prior to this, it was mostly asset tracking and tracking Mel, even predictive maintenance just monitoring equipment. Now, we're seeing a lot more with remote access and helping people who can't get. into a physical manufacturing space being able to still get information about it or help people on the ground. You're actually going to hear about that in our interview. So thirty one percent or more because of covid forty, one percent are going to keep things the same and sixty percent or get invest less because there's a pandemic on y'all they talked about their reasons for Iot adoption safety and security is the top reason, but it's not lake employer safety. It's actually it security and safety. This is more like tracking people walking around secure areas of the building. This isn't like tracking people for pandemic related reasons. The other thing that I thought you know high I love sustainability and talking about that. A third of people are using it Iot four sustainability. But most of those are people in other countries. So it's not here in the US. Yeah I was a little sad about that. It's a less common measure of success. The most common measure of success for your Iot efforts are going to be cost efficiency. Or boosted quality or which could be a decrease in human errors which will save you money and also production efficiency. So all of these really boil down to money the less common measures of success, which is where I would love to see us go is more informed decision making and creating new product innovations in sustainability. So we're not there yet which is kind of a bummer challenges to using more I o t because Microsoft's let us sell you more and good for. Them. Most of them are like, Hey, we're still chewing what we swallowed what does that biting off what we can chew chewing what we bit off I am terrible today with metaphors using everything right now that they can rained. So thirty three percent are still their current solutions thirty one percent working at existing challenges. There's also like twenty eight percent have no budget no people complexity still an issue a full fifth don't want to store their data in the public cloud so. Bring on the edge. All right. There's a lot more data in here. I will link to this both in the newsletter this week and also in the show notes so you should check that out because there is tons of useful information and I actually like these reports and Microsoft throughout the rest of the year will break out various industries as well, which is always fun speaking of Microsoft they continued their partnership with Rockwell automation. We're seeing a lot of these in basically rockwell automation is really good with the industrial world the Ot side of things were. So teaming up with Microsoft is just GonNa help make that just A. Little bit more seamless. It's not new. It's not that exciting, but it's good that that's working out for them and yeah, I don't really have more to say about that. So let's move on to exciting news. Also actually, this is probably exciting for more of the industrial people because this is a really popular product they're invidia has a new jetson Nanno ai kit tell us about it Kevin yes it is new it a small. It has to Gig of memory you can have it for just fifty nine dollars, which is really cheap compared to the old developer kit which I believe was more in the ninety nine. Oh. Okay. Thousand nine dollars and then they had one that was more expensive. I'm thinking of the more expensive. It was still under thousand dollars but it was. That China. Norma sleep fat yeah. I don't know if you could train on that or what but it was impressing or no with this is small. This is the jetsons Nanno developer kit looks very similar to say to a raspberry Pi although it's a square bore instead of rectangle board, it has a one hundred, twenty, eight core invidia Maxwell GP, which is not the most current GP product line have ampere is the current wanted they just rolled out in the last month or so but still there's plenty of horsepower here along with the. I've got to giggle cabbage ampere of.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

"You just need that. Thing in your brain. That's like if I don't get this I'm never going to get it because it will be out of sale immediately. Yeah, yeah, I think it sold out. Can you still by the doll? I know we're having trouble, but maybe they made more we did get. We do have to give a shoutout to Jake Amir for sending us the Yoda Baby, the. Baby out to the old man iota backpacks that we talked about. Deal Yoda. Got Them? We've been talking about those since episodes, really he. He sits staring at my bed. I wake up every morning thinking someone's in my room, but it's just. I know we should have done. We I don't know if I've thought of this before. We should've called episode. One of our podcast episode four and just had. We I'm so upset that neither one of US thought. With us you know what I say Lauren I remember you saying that in episode. Because I figured you'd be looking for listeners. Thought of that before good I know that my thoughts are always just like cyclical and I never have new thoughts, so that makes. Funny. Okay, I wonder how you got into the work that you do like. How do you become someone who writes young adult books for about star? Wars. How does this happen? I don't understand the path. Part of it is that I'm really loud about the things I like so I'm just like. Stars so much higher. And eventually someone at Lake, who had seen my tweets about wanting to write this stuff like gave my name to an editor at Disney and Sifi I write for Scifi famed girls and one of the things they let me do is kind of really weird funny posts like I'm like I had this weird idea for writing post. That's like. All the things that are the same size as Tom Holland 'cause. because. I thought it was funny that he in. What's his face mark? The Hulk are the same height. Even though nuns are like why that's funny, they're both like these little dudes, and when you stand next to each other, that's so weird. What else is the same size as Tom Holland can. And so I sent that to the Disney editor and chew like all right. You read Spiderman Book. And then you get like you know this reputation of you can write. Like invoices of different characters, and so star wars came along, and I was like I will do anything to write A. Book. Whatever you want to read a picture book about Yoda fine. That's so fucking. Cool that you tweeted Shit and some of. These tweets let me. When you can. Well that really reminds me of vision boards because I've done where it's a long time, and I remember explaining it to my uncle. Who's like really logical? Who was like? This is what you think. Magic is going to help you get a job or something and part of my argument for wild pigeon boards or greatest because you can like it makes you so aware of. Of what you want that you talk about it openly, and then leads to. You'll be like. Oh, she said that thing which is so calming that really such a great example that like tweeting out and being honest about what you're excited about what you WANNA. Do and not being afraid to like look like I. Don't know what the what people would even say your. Begging for a job like if you don't have a job, what's the harm begging? The job. Why not I think the biggest issue is that we think that we're not qualified or like. Why would someone give me that job? I got the email of Lake Hey. You WanNA raise spiderman book I like texted. My best friend and I was like. Can I say yes to this and choose like you better? To Kill Year. That is so cool, so we are your star wars books are they cannon? ooh That's cool. That's cool and it's very exciting. That's really cool, so did you like revisit everything while these things like? Have you been watching? Do feel like it's so ingrained in you that you don't really need to do that. Owner is the. AGENDA YOU'LL BE? Is this picture book where it's basically? The training sequence from empire strikes back where you lose teaching our Yoda's teaching Luke and I have to watch those scenes over and over, and over League must've watch him like ten times probably just the training sequences which. Shoutout to mark Hamill arms. Whatever likes so good. So it wasn't that much of a chore, but it was fun to revisit. And then the clone wars in theology are actually retailing's of episodes of clone wars, so the episode I did which I don't think I'm allowed to share what the episode is, but it is an focused episode. I had to watch several times snow. And so are there. Are there books for all of those episodes or this first one I think that they're doing but I imagine there will be more like I think. This was something that people are excited about because you watch the episode, but basically the stories are like taking certain characters, perspective and going inside their head with it, so you see and get to feel like the narrative, the internal narrative of what's going on in the episode, so it's Kinda like the fair on showtime. Story. From different points of view. Spe. Got The first moment when they switched the perspective on the whole. Real simple like storytelling trope and I was on a plane and I was. Like a? Great his Bhai. Changer so. that. A perfect. That's a perfect analogy now I like it. We love it. We Love Star Wars. Just like? Who is be character in Star Wars? God, but so like I love Soka Tano so much, but I love Luke. skywalker and Anakena Tono. A So catano. Is Okay, Donna. Soka. Tano. SOKA I. Know, her last name is tunnel. Luke Skywalker Catano like what's. I I talk so fast when I get excited. I don't know why. And I literally just finished watching. Too I mean this is. This is our problem. We have really bad retention skills with this stuff. It's just so hard. It's so much even I had to like I. Have to look stuff up sometimes when I'm like I know I've seen those eight thousand times, but I still do not remember this one thing. Yeah, I mean I..

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Division of Childcare in The Midst of The Coronavirus Quarantine

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

06:54 min | 1 year ago

Division of Childcare in The Midst of The Coronavirus Quarantine

"Okay here we go. This comes from listeners. Slash Readers Stephanie. She says I'm going to two income family with a three and a half year old and I'm in my third trimester of pregnancy and I earned more than my husband but we both have time intensive careers that typically require lots of interactive work. Were only one weekend where it official quarantine. The we did only work in daycare the prior week and she said she already has lots of thoughts on the division of labor she linked to the recent Atlantic article called something like feminism is corona virus the death of feminism. Or something like that and then she wrote. It is one thing to divide tasks more evenly under regular circumstances but I am definitely picking up more of the childcare and household responsibilities in the new world order. Our daycare is closed and we are both working from home and a lot of the previous advice. Like higher help doesn't really apply right now. We are taking social distancing an isolation recommendations and government orders very seriously both because it is the right thing to do and out of abundance of caution given my pregnancy any advice or thoughts. Other than just talk to your spouse and work it out. Well that is part of the advice. I mean that's never a bad thing to do because I assume that some of the ways people fall back on old. Stereotypes for instance is because there are unspoken assumptions and so rather than leave them. Unspoken can talk about them and say well. Okay what happens if we both have video calls at the same time you know what happens if the kid is yelling for help on an assignment. A school assignment in the middle of a conference call. Who Goes and deals with it if we both would like to have time for deep work and thinking like who deals with the kids like do we assume that if one party is in charge during that time that doesn't just mean generally wandering around the house it actually means keeping them away from the other person like these. These are various assumptions. That people are not used to because they're not necessarily working from home so you know the those are good conversations to have yeah. I think there's never been a better time to likes it there and I actually the other day. Just there's been all this focus on kids schedules and was like I need to figure out what my schedule is going to look like and mine didn't really involve my husband all that much because we are currently in the situation where we still can have our childcare provider. Come but if we weren't than that's exactly what we would probably be doing. Is each week looking ahead and drawing out? These are my work hours. These are your work hours. You know. It's funny because we can't really plan events and fun stuff and travel and all those things I like to do right now but We probably still do need to put some effort into really thinking about how we can use the blocks of time that we do have especially when they're multiple kids of different ages running around and you're trying to help to some agree with their instruction if that's if that's happening so. I know I feel like that's this readers asking for something else but for me. The biggest armistice has been like okay like objectively look. Who can do this hour's who can do this hours and there is something coming to knowing like if our if I know I'm going to be able to work from ten to two or whatever then I might as well sort of turn off the rest of the time because I have a chunk that I can count on. Frustrations often come from a mismatch between expectations and reality. And if your expectation is that you'll be able to work with no noise or distraction from eight to six while that is probably not going to happen in this current environment. But if you to agree on say you know I get eight to two and you get one six or whatever to overlap with quiet time that everyone can have. Then you feel better about the hours. You're not working because you weren't planning on working those hours so you're not feeling guilty about them and then you could also truly focus during the hours. You're supposed to be working because you know that there will be time you're not and so it's not like oh well you know. I might children's schooling at a fall apart. Did I have no idea what's going on with them? Well you're going to figure that out in the hours that are yours and again also. Having that conversation about one apparent is covering certain number of hours what that means when everyone's working from home because this is something people don't necessarily know means keeping them out of your office it might mean keeping them quiet you that may not be possible but if it is what does that mean so. Yeah having those discussions. It's finished that we're all working from home right now and I would say I definitely pop out a lot more often than than Michael Does but that's I also because my office is closer to where everything else is. He's holed up in the guest room which is up on the second floor off toward the corner whereas I have my office that I always use which is Standard Home Office which is usually on the first floor of a house in so it's slightly more central but what what are we dealing with lately as we still have childcare to great She's she's actually been saying here for a little bit but it's never quiet. I'm feeding Henry Right now. I can hear the kids in the background. So that's been an issue for say recording because one of the projects. I'm doing right. Now is a lot of recording at having to record new episodes of various. Thanks because of what's going on in the news. So yeah it's it's a bit of a challenge. I think now might be a good time to also implement a little bit of tag teaming bedtime. I had a lovely zoom chat with my college girlfriends last night and our kids actually ended up staying super late so it was kind of a moot point but when I thought back on an like Oh that should have been a night that I said Josh like you're doing bedtime and I'll do bedtime the next night and kind of give him a night to just play guitar and relaxed because compared to how it was before we don't have date nights we don't have the ability to like just disappear by ourselves as often especially when we're both currently doing things mostly remotely will be in the hospital a little bit more soon. But that hasn't happened yet mostly because we were both supposed to be on spring break so we didn't have a bunch of inpatients time scheduled but I think I think now is probably a good time to start working on that. I've seen a couple of my friends whose marriages maybe didn't have a lot of discussion about this over. There was a lot of assumed inequity or maybe the the mail had the much bigger career. I've seen people really struggle. And I I don't know I mean I don't have like an answer. Just hope that they can sit down together and really talk about lake. Hey our balance really worked when I had somebody helping me and I could get a break sometimes but now it doesn't work because I'm twenty four seven with the kids in trying to work from home so you're mode of like coming home and expecting to relax as no longer going to fly

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"lake hey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Right only on the skate hello to tell the well file credits the end the same is but gore ski you on a lake Hey how to cover Starbucks sometime to be alone mark price in Moby do which the playwright David eyes very kindly created just for the show I'm Kurt Andersen and I'm sitting here now with Elizabeth Schultz who is a deeply educated Melville scholar and that's a fabulous three minute summer he really catches just about all of the phone he he does indeed and it also with obviously a sense of humor but of fairly deep reading of the book as well absolutely and let me tell you that many of the opening passages are his darkly funny so it's a humorous altogether for free as well you know that's funny the I think people don't know about Melville is that he was at the time well known as a humor writer yeah he was and he knew every brand of humor that was going and he was ironical he was satirical he was just loaded down with funds he could do all the voices just like the reader of the play did let's hope let's hope Melba would appreciate this this bit have all my life I think he would wait you taught English and art history at the university of Kansas odd to those sorts of tubular guys and girls for many years how do you find they react to this novel I would say the movie deck illicit serve fabulously wide diverse unpredictable range of responses there are those who find that the novel is dumbing and numbing and there are those who don't hesitate to compare Moby Dick to the vital it's the book that they have close by to open at any moment in any place and that it continues to inspire their lives the like hamlet that's one of the few works of art that is truly inexhaustible everything that's conceivable exists in one form.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Night Call

"Like and then they die on catalina so it is a dying ground the dying destinations more fisher like the coolest scariest looking like if you saw one of those on the boat oh yeah looks like an alien yeah bigger they they're just like a long eighty they're nothing there fish they're not service but look like a giants he serpent yeah and they're they have these crazy red spikes on like a mohawk it's very really the come there to float died while aiding but where'd you find that out i there's a big preserved or officiated museum i used to call it tier yeah just say there's a terrifying preserved on at the museum oga but i do feel it catalina 's like has the ghosts of a lot of like postwar on reported sexual assault fueled yeah you know what i mean like a bunch of hollywood christmas right when you only share the space of the few buffalo and maybe your spirit comes through a little more strongly or something it's also like all of those areas obviously have a very strong lake hey this was native land and now right yeah it's not and then we made it look like it just we just found it this way just another buca there and you're like hook a lot of shop and you're like hoops yeah we just love talking about about them buddha beth oh please sponsor us giant meatball yeah hey guys you want to take another night call but this one's a night email yeah sure it says night call about fears hello night call ladies my boyfriend has a fear of dolls but i've been collecting them since i was a little girl i only have three small ones that are current apartment the rest have been stored at my mom's house until i have more room for them my mom is in the process of moving though and i want to move my dolls in to a soon to be empty room of the apartment.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Little Atoms

"This show will be familiar with halo which famously came from henrietta lacks no cells of cancer cells these cells are no so what's the significance of that what difference does it make well i mean regulators and vaccine makers would never have agreed to use cancerous cells to produce vaccines i mean the fear was that they would cause cancer in the vaccines and so having a mortal fell that was demonstrably not cancerous and he demonstrated this over and over in many ways it was a reassuring thing at least two european regulators and companies they proceeded a pace beginning in nineteen sixty two after he derived these cells to use them to produce measles and polio and other vaccines however in the united states there was one man in charge of access to the us vaccine market his name was rod murray he worked at the national institutes of health and he was judge and jury on whether a new vaccine could come to market he didn't lake hey flicks fetal cells he was afraid that they might in fact turn cancerous and harm vaccines and so he stood in the way essentially for ten years of any vaccine made in these cells coming to the us market and it wasn't until he was put out to pasture that that began to change meanwhile at the same time that becomes sort of bitter dispute between hey flicking the wistar institute over the ownership of the house or the possessive he says i should say what happened this is possibly the greatest bit of folklore and intellectual property history at least in this country he divide the w i thirty eight cells from the fetus of a woman the woman i call him the book mrs axe under a federal government contract the national institutes of health was paying the with star in the person of hey flick to derive these normal fetal cells for studies of aging and lab dishes because this was a new frontier now he's look at demonstrated that cells.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"But like that britain he doesn't understand that like that's why i'm upset and he thinks it's silly that i'm upset at that he didn't tell me that's manipulative i think and i think that if you're on but you know my approach will be to be completely dishonest but he be a better approach would be to feed lake hey i am you know this bothered me a lot so much so that i called this weird pau gasol but was the honest harrison robert hall how are you at but yeah i'm i'm kind of with you if nothing else comes of this you should at least go back and say okay look it's water to the bridge it happened it's over boom all done but going forward just know that this kind of stuff or you not telling me stuff bothers me right i liked that be clear right of at least eur yelling that all your drama comes from bad communications actly if she was upfront and beginning and said that hey i might be a little upset if you go to the concert on my birthday a guns n' roses just played on my fiancees birthday and i decided to hang out with her and said oh let's all given you know what i mean i i knew she wouldn't want to go see dr with me of course but do you think that this is this an age thing is like are these lessons that we had to learn yes yes definitely with all part of the journey thoroughly you have to all those well or thirty asia and got.

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"lake hey" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on The MacCast

"Which is the case nice kind of little hand spent and in case you're wondering about what about battery life and all this stuff basically when it is listening all the time it's using apple's always on processor which is a small lowpower auxiliary processor that's embedded in to the emotion co processor on your iphone so it's doing this all the time very very efficiently efficiently and then only linnet to tax the phrased does it actually wake up the main processor and then do the whole deep neural network processing so it sort of ramps things up when he believes in and has determined to inaccurate level or would it feels like as macura level that you actually said hey siri and on the surface they're gusmao if syria again on the server they also will do things to try and figure out hey did they really not say that phrase did they just say something close lake hey seriously and if it here's that aid immediately sends a cancellation request and actually my iphone just did that it it thought a said that magic phrase and then once it hit the servers it recognised nope that's not what you said i deeper processing in an actually canceled hey siri automatically so the peace goes into a lot more detail like i said of how all of the stuff work it works it also covers how they use machinelearning along with how they do their acoustic models in their testing to actually to finetune the system and it's pretty fascinating stuff so if you didn't catch at this week again linked that will be in the show notes at matt cast dot com but it's always kind of cool to find out about how the the secret sauce works a little bit over there at apple.

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"lake hey" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"Which is the case nice kind of little hand spent and in case you're wondering about what about battery life and all this stuff basically when it is listening all the time it's using apple's always on processor which is a small lowpower auxiliary processor that's embedded in to the emotion co processor on your iphone so it's doing this all the time very very efficiently efficiently and then only linnet to tax the phrased does it actually wake up the main processor and then do the whole deep neural network processing so it sort of ramps things up when he believes in and has determined to inaccurate level or would it feels like as macura level that you actually said hey siri and on the surface they're gusmao if syria again on the server they also will do things to try and figure out hey did they really not say that phrase did they just say something close lake hey seriously and if it here's that aid immediately sends a cancellation request and actually my iphone just did that it it thought a said that magic phrase and then once it hit the servers it recognised nope that's not what you said i deeper processing in an actually canceled hey siri automatically so the peace goes into a lot more detail like i said of how all of the stuff work it works it also covers how they use machinelearning along with how they do their acoustic models in their testing to actually to finetune the system and it's pretty fascinating stuff so if you didn't catch at this week again linked that will be in the show notes at matt cast dot com but it's always kind of cool to find out about how the the secret sauce works a little bit over there at apple.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"But as i don't know azerbaijan just go to be events nasr putting down it's like if do you got mad at me for something random and near like that guy is so bitch e and too much and blood flow of course were friends you know all that like you have to yell at me for the specific thing from pat pay like what are you gonna turn my whole personality against me yeah i think she has i think she has a stronger leg to stand on if she went after as thorough artistry than the stupid embryo thing i can't unsee who cares if she thought out an embryo like she is having a baby be happy for her answers even she's even admitted she's just jealous because she wanted to the fbi is so childish and so sad and usually osce's better at getting away from this chick empties try this with her for years yeah and she's usually better getting off but of course now she has raza on our side amounts all refik limps sir and ruining your life stories so then they started to argue md an awesome and i think in is busy like you know you're you're being deceitful yatta yadav yatta an awesome to serve says while i didn't tell you 'cause i don't trust you i don't trust you that's why don't tell you shit and honestly they there's another mj conceded that it's true like you're you're untrustworthy so why should you tell you anything but then mike is like us against his look on her face when she could have guard lake hey like why don't you believe me i'm an honest person and like you almost search believer i'm like yeah because she's not saying anything that's crazy she saying i don't trust the eu which is why i didn't do any tell you anything reser told them all like that's what makes me nuts about this fucking caster k resig tells a ma who they're mad at and so they're going to come up with any reason to be manatees fokker's you know mike in mj or the worst with that their little fucking gelatin robots and it makes me crazy.

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"lake hey" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on NFL Live

"The players were forced to lake hey how are we going to train were used to having worldclass coaches in strength coaches train us and get get us ready play so players all had to kind of come together and much like you said get to know each other for the first time and there's almost more of a loyalty to the guys who strap it up just like you do the necessarily the people who write the checks for you and i don't know that it was always the case i think there's still a respect and admiration all throughout the organization i'm not saying that but it's almost like those those rivalries like that team that you love to hate like something happen there where it's like you know what we're actually all in this together and you're living basically my seem life in a different nfl city is also less time met your team's facility after the walkout than there was before the lucca euro the the offseason programme for the team is shorter the ability to contact people through social media agents are otherwise is also easier so getting the gather as much easier than it was ten fifteen world is connected and we see post game when opposing players get together tree jerseys or share you wanna see net i don't remember the steelers in the '70s treaty jerseys with your read raiders had been at it happens today and these players do that it's a part of today's dana eight it's just a different feeling a different vod then existed he yesteryear at a change jack with jim abacha honor of broncos in honestly it is like this sportsmanship thing also like i think that there's been a emphasis put on sportsmanship and you know from the commissioner and i think it's been well received by the players and i think you see that in the conversation jin asked the past rushers see they like to sack the most so op posed thiel.

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"lake hey" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast

"Um but uh too bad for sam in any case he does an autopsy like you said i thought the design of this room where the autopsy happened was super cool um they have this scale that use for wing the organs but also busy shag antic mirrors that are used to reflect on the body because there's no strong light source uh because there's no electricity in west road so i thought those just like a really cool have production design element but this in this conversation with arch maistre you bros or a bruce played by jim broadbent was really interesting uh it honestly reminded me i felt like there's some climate change allegories near you get a vibe permit where it you know it's funny we have we ever find an article up on the fair dot com which i know you're not intentionally pending that's about climate change again thrents we interviewed a bunch of climate change scientists that i came thrown strife that um and like why there would be a long winter even though this is a fantasy um and then one my boss' today was like uh because of global warming summer is coming race on winter's gummy summer is coming anyway uh yeah you got some climate change to their the verbiage that you're talking about here or not even clemett not even verbiage but more like attitude lake hey um if you think if you think of the entirety of human history you know the collapse of rome through vanek plague lake there are probably many times in the history of mankind where people thought everything which is going to come to an end.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Toronto is on the downswing the reduce the anyone else in the east of lake hey you're worried about the next three years if you're boss if they keep this team together no and remember that this year's draft i didn't really have other than seems that we already mentioned does there wasn't really much that got those real high upside players in the east so jonathan isaac certainly a possibility you know a frank works out but tennis i went to the west ear and fox went to the west josh jackson went to the west so demands of so even if those guys of some of the work outward expected they're still on east whoa and like i mean the east not only is the eu's just not good right now in there aren't even any teams in the east where you're like that's even looks like phoenix does you know where it's like okay at least we have all these young guys we have flexibility going forward some start time you think of like this is the number of teams that i would say right now in the east it is just hopeless for them to be like your conference finals team in the next four years art era yup orlando charlotte the knicks even the heat you'd have to say like no i see them topping out as kind of a second round team the box dip their only real way getting there's if janas just become like the best player in the league admitted disagree with the bucks inclusion i just think they have more potential of not just it it's still a gets questionable though even like for them at the lake maybe they could but you're you would we would you on a bad on them making it a do you think it there's a higher than fifty percent chance that they make an eastern conference finals in the next four years that's a that's a probably about row would happen maybe like forty percent something like that.

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"lake hey" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Part of all of this part of the production part of the crew port of anything ever thought it as it would be escalating into this because it was talked about as all these in visit that they hooked up link this is what people do on the show and it wasn't until two days later when they were about to film the first rose ceremony that production got stopped so that's where it gets kano tricky again it just i don't thinks this aren't adding up i mean you take some of the statements that initially came out and even look at koreans statement yesterday uh you know her first statement on the whole subject in she said i don't know what happened but obviously um something bad happened in its reno even that but you go back to a previous were one of the first things that tmz reported was qurin said or karenzi camp now grant this didn't come directly from prince mouth but this seemed to be a pro career in story the first tmz story that got release and they specifically said that story specifically said the karan was to blacked out or too drunk to consent to any sexual act with the mario but later in the same story that story particularly said but she doesn't blamed mario for any of it links production for not protecting her at just screams something isn't right there were if anything i don't get why you wouldn't blamed mario if you just said lake hey item i couldn't consent anything i was to blacked out but you don't blame him why would you blame and he was the one apparently doing the perpetrating or the inappropriate behaviour what why would why wouldn't you blame the person who was doing it to you.

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"lake hey" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You put him in new york right now grandest the nets but it into your nonetheless like if they've got themselves a young star in new york city i think that's something that the nets need like separate from what they need in terms of becoming a better basketball team i do think that's something that the nets i eight eight eight seven to nine three seven seven six falls out stacy abruptly stacy what's going on with a low with a senate yoke man i saved my prayers may i've been on the boat man plea in somebody killing the vine god's rescuers from his purgatory band is called nick fanned man please let there and fox a isaac's falters an eighth man please smith that's why would it be to ask chant ford about his his gag these supposed to go to the next no i saw the is ship play quite a few times may is for emanate from air sporadically from time to time but kid who's got a nice game any got size medical april wonderful wonderful pretty good hey i wouldn't be disappointed we've picked him up man and you know what we could even snapface maliki late in the draft whatever man that'd be lakes hey i'm all for men most were believed buck late the draft uh not laid out they can go on the top ten but i would definitely take a mandate he also it i mean he's looking idle reliable started for the next ten years twelve years it's eight years in light up you can get a you can get hot mad he'd get hotter times what kind of like reminds me of a poor man's any dumping if you will.

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"lake hey" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"lake hey" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"No hey while them to mentally jill he stevie you sound very awake this morning near lake hey welcome do you know how hard i am forcing this right now how hard so hard that that i'm going to be store tomorrow yeah i figured a yup um i'd have a comeback see that's the thing is i'm not actually awake right now but i am forcing it again it's like nine am for us we had to leave that like eight am to get traffic was a nightmare was worse than normal yeah i mean it's ought no matter what it's always in my brain going to be worse than normal like it's every time in the car unlike this is worse than it was before yeah that's what my brain works um so you just asked me you were like did you tweet uh this thing a picture screen shot of hangover panicattack tax yeah and i did and i saw that nor was like oh we got to talk about that because i've had many panic attacks after drinking alcohol does something to me where it triggers some anxiety shit inside of my body and makes me go crazy yeah will what's been happening to me lately so i'm drinking more um congratulations thank you i'm naming her jennifer um i have been drinking a lot more which i'm not happy about um i'm holding back right now because i was like i wanted to sean drinking but up this week but now i feel like we have to do sean drinking because we're talking about it okay so you ought to let's go with it okay well i do want to say i have this parfait because we are gonna talk about.

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