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"lance ron" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Bye. Merlin and Arthur number one Merlin, and Arthur, or the George Washington. Thomas Jefferson of England. That's certainly one thing we should take from this is part of the reason, ledges stuck, the British were also the most powerful empire in the world. Just a few centuries after these legends really got going just like in US and probably most nations. Really, we deify, our founders in our in our founding seems to be part of the tribal nature of human DNA. We're number one with a magic sword. We have a kick ass wizard and you don't have shit. Number two, Ron really who names, a Lance Ron, I still keep thinking about that. Number three. We love. Wizards magical swords impossible powers just about every culture on earth is had psychics or Sears prophets, shamans, warlocks, wizards, wizards are important, no matter how science minded and rational, we tried to become. There is something are very DNA that seems to lead us back to the supernatural. We want to believe it's what our brain does best. We seek patterns that match the world that we either want to see or one. To believe in as cold, the political and skeptical as I can be here on time, suck. I do hope that we as a species. Never totally lose our belief in magic and folklore number four, another take away from this is once again, the old telephone game has been played a ton in every historical episode. We've ever done the hardest thing to do is find a cohesive time line that is actually agreed upon in the case of the Arthur legends is really hard to talk about exactly who in the other characters were because a lot of creative license was taken by a lot of people stories tend to change over time. And that is certainly the case with stories of Arthur, number five new information. We've talked about a few swords in stone say that are nothing more than folklore, but there really is an actual sword in the stone. In Italy today, once fucking crazy. It's been there since twelve th century, Galliano would Dottie was born in eleven forty eight and Tuscany under spending his youth as a wealthy night. In eleven eighty he decides to follow the words of Jesus, and retires as hermit. He begins to experience visions of the. Work angel. Michael leading him to God..
"lance ron" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"It's yes. Coming out not true. Unless a whole lot of other books that were written about King, Arthur, have been lost. I personally do think he's making his shit up just based on campfire tales because Gildas original account of this battle, the battle of Badin did in fact survive Jeffrey knew about this book. And in that book, we know the Gildas didn't mention Arthur. And if anyone should have mentioned him, it should have been gilded to me that is enough to prove that, like, now this guy, this guy didn't actually exist in zone time now, the Jeffries given Arthur, far, more historical legitimacy than he deserves the twelfth century proceeds to write a bunch of historical accounts about the guy that would become the basis for a lot of our thirty and legends bunch of short stories about Arthur Merlin, all sorts of people who probably never existed, doing this, or that, and what he lacks in his historical accuracy. He makes up for in great imagination Jeffrey with his inspired writing turns Arthur from an interesting, bad s briefly mentioned by a few other authors into an inspiring legendary mythical figure that we still talk about to this day with Jeffrey Arthur's given armor and a helmet. A gold adorned with a sign of the virgin. Mary, his weapons. Become the powerful lands known as Ron the mighty sword caliber, n-, caliber, and sounds pretty mighty. I like that work and compasses the word burn pretty bad ass. Makes me think of some sort of fiery weapon used to kill white. Walkers game of thrones, but Ron. Like RO in, like fucking like wrong. Like your friend, Ron. This is my powerful. Lance ron. She doesn't hold up. Maybe maybe that names animal more powerful back then. I don't feel like Ron translates to the present very well as the all inspiring moniker. Some powerful death weapon Steinbeck do not make me attack. Hugh, with Ron, if Ron does not frighten you. Maybe I should grab my Mace, Gary, perhaps, I shall pick up my double X, do not make me take my double ax into battle noth- Haniel. Well, these saves gonna tax with aks, Nathaniel Jeffrey, also changes the name of the battle of bad and hill to the battle of the bath, and he gives Arthur specific personal enemy to fight in his battle awesome. Nice story building here. He's doing the Saxon leader. Children name change later tales to certify the Saxons, and Jeffrey story have taken an oath to Arthur's tributaries and just as quickly have broken it, the great battle is transformed from a defensive stand spoken of by Gildas bead, and then into an offensive campaign for the very welfare of authors country, and his personal data for the glory of England. Although Arthur, loses significant of men in the battle of the bath, you wins the day, personally, killing four hundred seventy sex swine and he drives children from the field for seventy what a.
"lance ron" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents
"What are you working for ADP believes? It's about more than what you do. It's about why you do it. And the people you do it for. That's why we're designing a better way to work. So you can achieve what you're working for ADP always designing for people. There's gotta be something that's an answer to fast fashion and disposable close. I think we have to add more value to the close out you're buying and hoping that people can start to cherish and respect their clothes in the way that you do your phone your computer, if it has these extra functions. Welcome to the Yahoo. Finance presents podcast. I'm Alexis Christopher as we know that technology touches nearly every part of our lives will now get ready because it is trying to make its Mark on our clothing. It's a market that's estimated to top two billion dollars in the next decade. So is tech in textiles the future of what we wear. I am joined today on this podcast by Madison maxi, she is the founder and chief innovation officer at the textile company. Leumi a-, Madison, it's great to have you here. Great. So glad to be here. Let's start off with the real simple. What exactly is an e textile slowly? So in. E textile is it can be a lot of different things. But the overall idea of an e textile is some kind of tech Salva has Electric's integrated into it. So traffic's can be woven. They can be net. They can be printed. We're seeing that that's very popular right now and all of the goal of that is to make something that's feels like textile that can have an electric functionality. Okay. So you actually Leumi you have some products out that are doing this, including a recent product that is a jacket that can warm you up if you get cold is that right? Yup. Tell us how it works. Absolutely. So the heated jacket thought we have put on the market today has a thin heating element in the back, and it has a small battery pack and the way that it works is it's meant to provide discrete heat throughout the day. So a lot of women complain that their cold minute offices hundred see I'm one of them right now actually during this podcast. Jacket. I could give it to you. You know, we wanted to make something that didn't look like at Peifer that you're supposed to wear our doors. We saw a lot of the heated jacket market was very much so for outdoors apparel and had a men's version with kind of a smaller women's version, and we wanted to make something that you could wear on a plane to be more comfortable in your office under another code if it's really chilly day without all the extra bulk. So we decided to make this women's heated jacket that features are technology. But at the end of the day were really an ingredient brand at BB company, but we call this was a great proof of concept just to show the techs ready. It can get out there, and look how slim it can be. So let me understand this is an insert into an existing to into the existing jacket or within the jacket itself. This technology is woven. Oh, yes. So it's an insert like that can also be a really confusing thing about the language of the textiles market. Is that the product that we make if you feel it it, it doesn't really feel like a textile? You felt when everyone is very thin, and it doesn't feel like. Cloth. The way you would think a textile would feel like a fabric. If you will exactly. So it's it's a little different from a traditional textile and some companies who do purely printed applications don't have any textile in their each exile at all Intel. It's put onto a piece of fabric. Interesting that can be a little a little harder to visualize. But three that ours works is that it's an insert that's sewn into a garment, and this is largely because we are BB companies. So the ideas at any company who wants to add a heating functionality, whether it's closed for the elderly or for, you know, outdoor law enforcement, whoever meaning you can so it in and just a few minutes and don't you have specialized supply? I think I hear crossing guards applauding oh because they're out there sorts of weather, and traffic controllers and things how much does a jacket like that cost. So for our jacket, Lance Ron five fifty I'm most of those costs. Aren't the heating element? Most of those costs are making jacket city, which is just interesting to learn. So it really it really just depends on how we place the heating where it is. How big the scale is. So the cost is different for one hundred units versus ten thousand units your so are elements. You know, they're going to range between somewhere between twenty and one hundred dollars to put heating into a garment you say that you're mainly really a business to business company. So who are some of your clients that you can share with us. So at least we've spent the past three years, really doing research and development for this product. So we're just getting to market around. Now, we did do a ton of development for heating with a fortune one thousand company I can't get too much into the details, but we're really grateful to them for working pass. And you know, they did a bunch of the production trials. So that we understand how the integration process should be. So you know, we did a lot of trials with them. And now we're starting to sign on new companies as we your. You're fully launched and get our sales going. I'm in the past though. So this company has been around for about five years the past two and a half years are the first two and a half years were mostly doing consulting for companies in the space. I did a prototype for Google. I did a little bit of work for north face. And and for a company called Flextronics? And it was building. Prototypes. That were basically wires in fabric. And I was like their Scott to be a better way. So right. So you tell us about your background. Do you have a background in design in engineering it because it's a very unique. You're blending two different worlds here. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm my my background is in design. I've always really loved making things, and I still have making things favorite part of the work. And so I started at school for design and they wanted to make a website. So we started taking programming classes of general assembly on the costs were really expensive so negotiated with them and. It was like LT work study for these classes, you're like, you're young and busy. Maybe we can make this work the basis for starting a business, right? You have to have a little enthusiasm there it helps and I started working in their attack. Entrepreneurship co working space and got to meet a lot of tech entrepreneurs. And then are taking these coding classes, and I was like, wow technology. Let's he make all sorts of things that I could never make before. So I started doing that. And then I started getting into hardware. So I'm, you know, classically trained in none of these things. I really enjoy working on projects that teach me how to work with electronics and how to work different material. But you you were going to Parsons, which for those who knows very prestigious designed school hard to get into you were accepted started and after a semester left and never came back. But folks, there's a good reason why because you were the recipient of a one hundred thousand dollar grant by the Thiel foundation. This is the Peter Thiel co founder of pay pal and billionaire. How did that how did you land that? And I have to think that was really a turning point in your life. You know, it it it really was. And it's not a story that I share too often. But you know, the after I got the fellowship my dad passed away, and my mom are saying that but our sweet. But you know, she felt like he could let go because he was like, oh, you're taking care of my mom wasn't going to have to pay for figure out how to pay for everything. Right. So you know, I got the fellowship. It really was. Turning point. And I never would be in this industry. Otherwise, I still have planned to your back to school, but it would be material science instead of design. So. Wow. So that hundred thousand dollars that you got from that that Thiel foundation was your seed money. I guess for the for the company how did you raise? Because we I wish we could all do this on one hundred thousand dollars when you needed more money. How did you raise it? Yeah. Great question. I look back, and I'm like, I had no idea. I still probably maybe. I don't know. I was doing in those consulting days. I kind of just did everything and I was doing an artist residency at Autodesk the CAD software company. They had the coolest residencies there's really excited and for my project I worked on digital fabrication methods for making China's textiles those like the precursor to a lot of this. And I worked in the wet lab tried to make a formula for conducting that could be deposited with a little machine that he built so you can make these circuits over and over again versus needing to. So each one they hand, and then I was presenting the ink. There was a big company in the audience wanted to try it. So I was like maybe there's something here. And so I started talking to a few investors and the two former heads of the fellowship had just started a fund. So they're like, hey, if you're interested, maybe we could get involved here. I spoke to some other investors who came in. So suddenly, I was like all right. We're in business. Really? Unbelievable. And now here you are you say five years
"lance ron" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Getting paid. Just go play ball and shake it off because trades are part of the. Game under normal circumstances. Jason if it was one or two guys named into Trey players could buy that. Okay. Do you gotta give up. No, you give you want to give up the whole roster. You're telling us that none of us are any good. Lebron wants to win and you're not a part of that winning formula. How are they going to play out the rest of the year when they're twenty seven and twenty seven and right now out of the playoffs. It's it's going to be impossible because this is where you have to realize as an NBA player. We you know, we talked to Koran Butler yesterday. And he said, listen, you've got to understand the NBA's a business. This is what it's like, it's like, okay and for players like land, Stevenson, Michael Beasley, they gotta get that. You're talking about you'll you'll do your young that all they've been told us how great they are. Oh, you're great Magic Johnson says we want Lonzo ball's your jersey is going to be in the rafters and Brandon Ingram. You're so untouchable, not going to trade you for Paul George knocking to trade you for Kawai, Leonard all the. Realized how dumb was that. The Lakers wouldn't do that. All and Kyle coups your LeBron's number two guy. They have a great chemistry together. And now, it's only you guys are going to be traded. These are young twenty twenty one twenty two year old kids that don't get the business of the NBA. They don't understand that part of it the veterans I want to be upset event. Look come on. Of course, come on, Lance, Ron, but you guys are going to be nailed in this. They already know that they don't know this. The Lakers have completely biff this entire situation. And now, they're at the point where how do you walk this back if you don't trade for Anthony Davis? How do these guys walk back in the locker implied? They know LeBron wants effingham gone. They know LeBron knows I can't with Ingram. I don't want this. I'm sure he's technicals Mogollon, dude. I'm sorry, man. I love you, man. I love no way. I could buy I'm sorry. But that this is what's going to happen? So you know, that you know, they don't like Luke Walton this has turned into a dumpster fire season and the big exclamation point was last night against the Pacers. And you had the fans chanting Brandon Ingram, and you had the fans chanting that javale McGee was not trade worthy. When he was at the free throw line. Last year in warming. It just presented it to at the game. The Bron James didn't play because he didn't play in the first one day played. I made there yelling not worth trading and not worth trading. When is. Pays her fans on it last night? I mean in my right there all night for pace was and then the imagery last night of LeBron sitting near with three seats empty. From his teammates that picture got around on social media saw last night. But those are you know, when you look at that, you go there's a disconnect. This is not good. That's the that's the Lakers see that other iconic moment because you have the Channing last night. And you have this photo that's making the rounds of late in the game of this blowout. Lebron been out of the game for a longtime. He doesn't doesn't reenter the game after the third quarter. And he's sitting all the way the last seat, obviously because he's not going to go back in they're not gonna waste them. And a couple of minutes before obviously other three other guys were sitting on the from Ryan go into the game. But this photo of LeBron by himself at the end, three empty seats. And then all the players. I mean, that's the Laker season in one picture. That's it's LeBron. And it's everybody else, and we don't know who to trust and where to go because LeBron obviously is pulling the strings and now like I said, this is how the Laker front office has gotten so much more credit. When all these done is continue to be a nap. He thought when Jeanie Buss cleared out Cup Chac and all the other buses..
"lance ron" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I know got a bunch of calls on hold. I'm going to carry over into the third hour. So stay put 'cause I do want to hear back from Khalid, Lance, Ron, of course, Jack in San Diego just to name a few stay put it's been a busy busy night thirty days away give or take a few days before the next. Congress is sworn in and per Ted Cruz he's predicting that there's going to be impeachment proceedings that all the anger and rage is going to lead to just that. Now, of course, Senator cruises and telling us anything that we don't know. Of course, we know that this is a deeply divided time. It was divided tonight on the show because some people aren't very happy with me. Some people are angry because I dare to say what I believe is the truth that it's almost hard to deny. You're gonna get two people in life. That are on talk radio ones that basically are well Neons and to those that basically want a reality and truth. I'm that I'm gonna tell you what I believe I'm going to back it up with some hard to deny facts. And you're going to have to decide for yourself. Because again, when George H W Bush was talking you world order he wasn't talking about God coming down and judging the world and the new heavens. That's not what he was talking about. Why do I know this because here's a man that was in Scotland bones knee-deep in freemasonry Luciferians, symbolism and belief systems. So was his son. So was John Kerry. So were many other prominent people now, I'm not saying you can't be in a secret society. But my God Kennedy said that and said he was going to expose them things. You're gonna tell me there's not a deep state. You're gonna tell me. So someone asked me earlier, I think it was J D And look God bless JD. I respect them. But he's just wrong. And I'm not a Republican. I'm an independent, I'm a conservative really a conservative because I'm willing to take to task who's either serving currently or who has served. I will challenge you might piss you off along the way. But I'm going to challenge you. I wonder if Trump would get this type of fanfare, I wonder if Trump would actually be judged correctly. By history. We're gonna talk a lot about that. In the third hour. That is absolutely for sure. And this half hour being brought to you by my good friends over at IT and trading precious metals expert since nineteen ninety five and I'll tell you friends, I've been telling you golden silvers on the way up and well we've been seeing that why? Because we've been seeing some pretty nasty manipulations in the stock market. Yes, I say nasty because the big banking global cabal and the Wall Street manipulators are at it again. And I said, and I stand by what I believe and that is over these next twenty four months, we're going to see a lot more manipulation because they're going to try to crush the market and blame it on Donald Trump because they want him to be a one term president. The deep state. He has. But you need to know what you can do.
"lance ron" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"The glamour and another guy the main guy who i talked about earlier the bronx oh the brian loves him some lights and he's going to get enough of the lights in the showtime in la yeah but masuda also ryan now ron wanna diver against the brian is man he turns her about into a stand up jump shooter man you know he ball dominant you know i don't get me wrong he's he is he's a bad man i i love everything about his game you know but sometimes he turns certain clears and to you know just straight up you know jumpsuit as they take away from the game not to you know hot jared thing but i think that's what you know the fall out with him carry was well you gotta understand also lebron james quite possibly might be one of the most intelligent players we've seen play the game and he also understands jr smith i'll pull out jr is a shell of himself athletically from what he used to be in jr's game was never really putting the ball down on the floor but when he thinks he's developed into a great shooter kevin love's great this acid at a championship type of level is not posting up kevin love's greatest asset is spacing the floor so those guys are constructed and actually need lebron to put the ball on the floor in to for them to have some success so a guy like lance stevenson who can actually give the lane use those that wide frame and scoring play make runs oh and lonzo did i call them runs though and lonzo that i'm just ride my lila i like that a little bit of in lonzo those are two guys who can also play so lebron james trust me to make it to eighty two games he's also addressing understand he's going to need guys who can make plays so that's where lance ron's and lonzo rondo paul it i'm just rhyming i'm just for right now because i like the way that sounded are gonna be great fits but we'll lebron james interesting brother you bring that up they need some shooters because the only shooter right now on roster pure shooter is money casey is a little hot and cold but i think that's the role that he can't play now when you're hiring ryan you don't want to waste time sorting through dozens of irrelevant resumes it's just a waste of everyone's time you went fishing to.
"lance ron" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Steve strong steve snow man while the jolly handy as so good corncob mind of button knows and who lies they go crawl speed the snow man is a fan retain will they say he was made of snow the children know how he came to life one day of abbas dow bans on magic air that old sale half they found loewen lay flase did all his hand he began to dan say rao pole for all stay snow man was alive as being the b and the children say he could latham lay in just the same as you have the all stay snow man knew the song laws on that day zoe said lance ron and we'll have some fun now before no way down to the veil lynn where the browns day and his hand voronin hereon and all around the square they can be in hand he led them down his dreams so now drive to round is danny only paused mana where he heard him hollywood this stuff bra steve of snow man and hurry on his way buddy waved goodbye as they indulge it rai i'll be back again someday.
"lance ron" Discussed on WWL
"A 20 to another shut out you'd be part of the package by eighteen yet another shut out miami he'd be detroit by fourteen he be who is another one you in green bay by nine beat the bears by eight beat the bucks by 20 toward thrown it right so you're in a year in the teens so when you look at that that's that's slam dunk convincing that's why i think we need to get more national rick initiative as being a small market that's why you know i truly think it would started dollop little bit okayed the this what are they go how if all of a sudden we would sixgame zero un at buffalo thing at adversity then the redskins very cable team look they went in seattle one one you take care that game and then you know unit get recognition because it a market i hold the ladder nova when the rams to keep winning because you know you look at schedule the records but if the rams continued a role in a we go to la and beat them come on a lagos watching negative would you new york chicago la of the no look at the millions of people that are watching sowa no that then i think it almost take us for fans around the nation to truly beyond the saints saints bandwagon are they go most because we've been threestrey see the seventy nine we'd have to be like a ninety two type team the truly be recognized as for sure tough to depending on what the eagles do us have two of the nfc comeback for chan michael lance ron and you 2004 two so one eight seventy text 870870 sport sought.