21 Burst results for "Lasi"

"lasi" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"lasi" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Thirty years ago this fall a law. Professor named anita hill testified about sexual harassment at clarence thomas supreme court confirmation hearings now because of anita tells the real story of what happened and what's changed you'll hear from journalists witnesses and activists and listen in on the first public conversation between professor hill and dr christine. Lasi ford it. That's because of anita a production of pineapple street studios and the media are out now. Wherever you get your podcasts. Hi it's a lease lunen host of pulling the thread in this show..

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"lasi" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"lasi" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Macy's geico and coke zero sugar thirty years ago this fall a law professor named anita hill testified about sexual harassment. At clarence thomas supreme court confirmation hearings. Now because of anita tells the real story of what happened and what's changed you'll hear from journalists witnesses and activists and listen in on the first public conversation between professor hill and dr christine. Lasi ford it. That's because of anita a production of pineapple street studios and the media or out. Now wherever you get your podcasts haughty boomer our you. I've been better at the semi placed on.

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"lasi" Discussed on To Live and Die in LA

To Live and Die in LA

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"lasi" Discussed on To Live and Die in LA

"So now i know that he lives in calabasas. I know at that point. That was the last time seen so. I'm all panicking. And i asked jeff worst calabasas and it was like more hall and drive is clips in everywhere so i wanted to get the address to the police will patrol the arab because they said they regularly every day in in the ocean. Malleable area calabasas. Or whatever so. I got a i call back and i said as a mom i that was less imo. So we call. Because they don't do the patrol. We went to visit the glendale police department. But we're trying to get some information and one of the detective said that we cannot request cici tv. You could do it but we cannot do it at this time. Because he's not a suspect real dependable. I think i think i did i be. I kept asking them even before that and they said that the phone is dead so they can't do it. They cannot pink the phone and it's voluntary. So then i got so. I called and he said i explained i. That's the last image. I really wanna see her footage also want to retry her footsteps from point. Eight to point. Be to see if she got drove off somewhere over over the cliff. Meanwhile imagine all this horrible thoughts about her being over the clip. So i wanted to see that you know. We traced her and then i wanted her his address and he's like well. Yeah i'll give it to you. i'll give it to. Can you text me all. Give it to you then. Time goes by. He doesn't do it so i remind him a friendly reminder. He doesn't respond back then again. I remind him he doesn't respond that. So then i called him and he goes my mom's going to call you. I have nothing to do with this. My mom's going to call you so the mom calls me. And as a mom to mom i ask heartfelt story and i said i really wanna see her last image. She gives me the address so from there on him. And i we were chasing around and you could go from that point so we were on our way to go do that. And you're on your way to go to jail. Yes go to a trade on There's two ways to get there so on the way down there. I got pulled over and we ended up talking to a veteran cop. Who's with a rookie cop patrol in here. Hearing our story but we were doing is why kirpal. So i got pulled over anyways. So he says to lasi says that's their jurisdiction so stop there. I in television's going on blah blah blah. So we did that and then she told the story of what was happening. And that we were gonna go out and talk to the mother and son and we did that and talk so we our conversation with them. Then we continued and followed mahal and back and came back to the sheriff's station. In the meantime one of the sheriffs that we were talking to went there and spoke to them to so when we came back. The sheriff station They ended up. What are the girls ended opinion. No no no. I know but before that happens you have to explain about the mother and daughter. He was saying about going to the. Why don't you go to pacific coast highway. you've given. The conversation is going to go back to the okay so the phone location. We went that because one of the one guy say. Why don't you ask them to print out a flyer and put the flyer ondeck. Police do the last hill. That's why we went back to do that. Yes but you have to leave member of those things later that ping the wall come back and do another appointment so i'll go back to the conversation so we we ought to their house from the sheriff's station we called them and they were at gilson's market. They said they will meet us there so by the time we got there they were kind of up front the community gate kind of circling around and then they started to go away and so we've followed them and they pulled into their driveway before their gate. And we've part. I got out of the car and it kind of sat in there for a little while and then they finally got out. We had a conversation within that conversation. the boy it said she had they went to the movie just like she said before she was little loaded or on something without say to drive over to the movie and it came back home all proof of that and i don't have an infant police supposed to have it and so then they went to bed and then at some point she got up in a frantic singing he his words where she was not acting normal at all and he was trying to get back in bed and calm down although she didn't see nothing just her stuff and out the door and and i'll just include this end videotape from the house that they gave us shows her leaving at six o five and then leaving out the highway she said why are we. Okay go ahead. I'm just adding sort backtrack to it. So the tape from the shows. We're leaving at six o five in our conversation that we had that day. The boyfriend said that she came back for her keys was looking for. Jeez okay so we didn't never saw that on tape and then there's another tape from the community that shows relieving well the claw seven eleven seven fourteen. But i think we've found out just last night that they did not change the code back so so now it's like six eleven six fourteen so that kinda killed thought so so in the zonal our conversation after that that was pretty much it said she came back got the keys and then she left anything you want to add to that so the community gay one. We had two cd. One of them.

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How To Get More From Your Workouts at Home or Outdoors

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:20 min | 1 year ago

How To Get More From Your Workouts at Home or Outdoors

"For me. At the time. I was like my training has to be heavy and it was like. It's not a workout unless it's heavy and that's what the bobble kind of provide the bob elders. Just a simple way for you to add a lot of load to some very basic movement patterns like you take a dead lift. It doesn't get more basic than a dead lift right. It's the simplest movement you can. you can do doesn't think doing like technically well rod. Anyone can do it whether or not. There's like bobble aficionados out there that can you say that yes but in any case had to be heavy so i was trying these guys in the park and so obviously i didn't have. I didn't take barbells to the puck. I'd kettlebells but so i'm like well i made like white like it's got to be heavy for these 'cause cleaning like for Eighty kilo male five reps of kettlebells claim with sixteen kilos. Just isn't really that hot. So it's like one hundred twenty full-color kettlebells fuck. I need to thirty. Two's so i had in the car had parasites twelve sixteen four twenty twenty four. Thirty two two beautiful. You'll set up. It was nice at the box. The boxes that they went. And everything and i would have the guys do a lot of simple movement patents double kettlebells deadly if double kettlebells squad claim double bell push press you know. I was trying to apply what i was doing with my credit bob. Bill type training. I shouldn't say that because it was. Let's just say it was bobby trying 'cause it's given the wrong impression of cross-fitters and trying to apply that to the pock situation the same patents and using load and intensity as the metric that is creating the training stimulus for them. And i i look i look now at what i'm doing and i'm training people who are way more capable than those fuck rodney. Most stronger mobile like lasi more athletic and not all the people. But most of them. And i i can kick their asses with one twelve kilo kahlil bell in a way that i couldn't get close to with two twenty four to thirty two kilo. Kettlebells back then

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"lasi" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian

Latter-Day Lesbian

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"lasi" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian

"It's that first flush of butterflies. That in love feeling. Gotcha you know. Yeah you can't stop thinking about the person. Yeah you can't stop talking about the person right you know you're obsessing or whatever that's limericks that in love feeling gotcha. I felt like we lost. That didn't feel good to me. Because i ne- i am a very emotional person. I love to emotion. I love to express emotion. It's like a high for me. Feel things so we went out. We sat at the bar and it was me and i think a little for you. It was like we were back dating again. Yeah and we were sitting there and we were talking and we were drinking. Were laughing and just like back in the early days. We didn't even notice the patrons around us coming and going It was like staring at each other and having conversations. And saying things in you know for me. I see a little bit of butterflies. When when we were touching like kissing in front of people it was an amazing night for me really was kinda rekindle some shit and the sex thereafter was fantastic. But i didn't do this just to get the sacks i mean that's like a bonus you're welcome listeners. Sure they appreciate it back. Thank you for all the orgasms. Oh god seriously. I might have said that. My goodness Sorry dan now leave or don't pull it out you know don't out then the that's what she said. They said they said that's our new thing. That's what phase that. Thank you diana your making us gender inclusive with stupid jokes or sexual innuendo home. Well how was that for you. Mary the date itself. Well it was fantastic. Because i felt like you cared about me which is interesting because i do. I always have been so strong. It express it was not. It wasn't what you needed so you didn't care right 'cause you would tell me all kinds of you would heap praise on me. Yeah in ways. That fell sort of undefeated. Because i'm like show me love me. don't tell me let me i mean that's great too but you don't have to just tell me let me show me. Yeah you loved me because that's my love language right and saying where's i'm pouring on you because that's what i want but your inability to give them back because i'm feeling hurt. Yes and not heard right. Yeah so. I just wasn't responding well because i felt dismissed. I guess yeah so once. We figured it out. Yeah it does mean a little more work on. Well both are parts really sure you're figuring it out so yeah i was. I want to go bone right now to preserve relationship. Yes communication has been really vital as it attorney. Yeah absolutely so. If you're struggling in your relationship to feel listened to connected connected expected whatever. It is sure you might wanna take a look at this. Because i mean everybody's into different things potentially whether it's any grams or myers briggs or figuring stuff out different ways sell books. I'm a yellow. Whatever the fuck that means I don't know for some reason. This love language thing just clicked for me. Yeah same in your ability to respond with what i needed to hear was just it was amazing. The connection was an is now there again. Just great right. So i'm not trying to say if you keep things clean. I will praise you it. Just sorta works out that. I am naturally more inclined to shower you with praise when you're respecting my love language because me right because it makes you feel heard And makes you feel valued. Yes it's not about the picking up of the random shit in the house. It's you feeling. Like i have listened to you and i have put you high enough on my priority list that i am going to do. What makes you comfortable unhappy. Yes and i love you for that. I love you to go make out always. Okay thank you seriously. Thank you thank you. Maybe i sing beautiful. Nice things like my heart. Just soaks them up. It really is a constant craving Thank you Katie laying For putting that song in all of our heads song But amazing the difference that it is made with us really understanding why each other needs what we need. It's not just. I need this okay. I'll do this because that's just Not long lasting right when there's no deep understanding of the person's need like why is it at least that's what helped me. Yeah because again. We've had this conversation million times but there was something about the way i finally understood you That was like oh shit. Okay i want to be this way for mary. I wanted to this mary. Because the last thing i want is my mary feeling unimportant. And i love that so much. That means everything because the fear potentially when you realize what your love languages and then you're like okay. I'm faced with expressing this to my partner. Yeah what's the fear. Will it be rejected right. Ib reject will. I be rejected Will they give a shit yet. My languages will they try You know so. That's kind of a vulnerable position. Potentially to be in where you are putting yourself out there expressing your need figuring out your need expressing it blurb ability how is that going to be received because if someone's like ma that's crushing yeah or whatever. And they're i rolling go to layer. You know what has been for me in the past. What was i'm trying And nothing ever changes. Yeah or like seriously. This bothers you like. I bought an extra pair scissors. This bothers you just just shit like that instead of listening I think the same reverse like you. You didn't quite get what the words that you could give me would mean to me because in your mind you're like why does it matter if i tell her blah blah. 'cause it wouldn't mean anything to you wouldn't mean as much right. I just feel like i had to be in the right mental emotional place to give you words of affirmation Oh and you did. We ask you still do this. This isn't lasi rang where we are making improvements and going forward with our relationship and i am so happy yet. Relationships take work They just absolutely do so. That limits. feeling while it's super fun. eh. You don't really know the person yet. Yeah true you. Don't you know when when i was feeling that for you back in the day i didn't know what living with you was going to entail. Didn't know what kind of roommate you were. Yeah no. I hadn't experienced. You're what i like to call entourage. The that would be husband and the xm children. But i have to deal with. And i didn't know any of that. Yeah and you didn't know that. I was like some weird neat freak. Didn't you didn't know all that idea so you just don't have all that information when you're first starting out in the flush of love you know. That's why relationships take work. Though worth it absolutely worth it and the love. I feel like that we have built together because it's a building thing is way more beautiful than that first flush of emotion when we didn't know each other. Yeah now we're making decisions every day on how to love one another. Yeah which we didn't do in the beginning right so it's gotten to a deeper place. I feel like she said deeper. But yeah yup. I did say that. No it's true it's just it's more solid And more long lasting you know for sure. Yeah we're building a life together we are. Have you noticed. I have looked around lately. We have a lot of shit notable we are we. We have both of our names on You know certain documents documents that's right. That's right now. So that's what's happening so anyway. Here's to love languages. Check them out. the book is entitled the five love languages. The secret to love that lasts by gary chapman. If you wanna order it.

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Men’s Nail Polish Is Taking Off—Why Now?

The Beauty Brains

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Men’s Nail Polish Is Taking Off—Why Now?

"Is men's nail polish taking off the wall street journal just posted an article This past week and they've predicted that men's nail polishes taking off. And why now really. I've tried nail polish once. But i never. I've never thought to myself saying. Oh i you know. I i really need to put a nail polish. Yeah well they say. The trend is trickling down from celebrities. That are wearing nail polish. Of course men wearing nail polish is not new In the seventies many rockstars Wearing yale polish. As well. And i just you know i'm a little well. I'm not skeptical. I'm sure more and more men are wearing l. polish. I'm sure but i actually used to work for a men's makeup brand and we launched nail polish for men. Beautiful colors and people did wear them. People did buy them but sure to very very very small niche market. And i think no matter what's happening to sales. I think it's a little strong to say. Men's nail polish is taking off. Well i did a little. I did do a bit of a snarky comment on twitter about this. Said you know if they they. They sell a hundred bottles this year. They're going to improve it by thousand percent or something i'm sure they sell more than that And it has plenty of men who are going to like nail polish. I just don't personally think like it's it's really going to like. It's there's never going to be a time when men wear nail polishes much as women. No and i think. That's where i i feel like the articles. A little misleading. This isn't actually the first time. I've seen immense nail polish article are quite a bit a few of them and yes i think. Younger people are more open to wearing the l. polish for sure but when you look at the whole scope of the nail industry and how much revenue is generated from it male. Specific nail polishes still going to be a very small very small fraction of that. Yeah well it's very interesting. I you know. I just always see these articles about the men's cosmetics taking off and i've been seeing those the same articles since ninety five and you just never never seems to live up to the heights in the articles. Maybe i live long enough where that changes but boy i still don't i still don't see it. I suppose i just imagined. Most men have the same sort of Lasi faire attitude about cosmetics. As i have. And that's probably completely mistaken. Yeah it'll be interesting to see what market share actually gets taken from this trend will say i mean. I can't even myself to put on shaving cream. To shave. Just saw your. You won't be the polish consumer. I thank god. I mean mr cosmetic chemists certainly won't be but you know i don't even see my nephews wear so we'll see. Maybe maybe we're wrong. We've been wrong before. Not offense sometimes certainly about trends. Would you read this week. I stumbled on this article. Which is a review it was. It was published a survey published about ten years ago but it does not a subject that i'm interested in It's an old survey of toxicologists. Okay so just about ten years ago this survey of toxicologist who were members of the society of toxicology. I was just very surprised to learn that in this study of it was over. Like nine hundred toxicologists. Ten percent of the toxicologist said that they believe. Organic or natural products are inherently safer. I've never met a toxicologist that has not that. That's incredible i mean. Ten percent is pretty low. I mean so nine. Out of ten toxicologist say no. That's not true but there's really. There's that one toxic one out of ten toxicologists high. I i know exactly but you know it was even more was even more amazing to me. There was also a whopping twenty six percent who said they believed. Cosmetics pose a significant health risk.

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"lasi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"lasi" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"lasi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Social isolation are among the most urgent problems facing underserved communities during the covid pandemic I'm Andrea Sears reporting. This is P. Ns. Cultivation groups calling on US senators to block William Perry penalties nomination to lead the bureau of Land Management Eric off tells us why Penn Lee has been the acting head of the bill since July twenty, one, thousand, nine hundred, and is known as a high profile advocate of selling off public lands to states and its anti-government views executive director of the Montana. Wildlife Federation Franks Lasi. lasi calls penalty a radical joyce that threatens Westerners access to public lands Mr. penalties been out of line with Montana. Values and Western values his entire career, and you can't sidestep that in a letter sent senators on Thursday the national. Wildlife Federation and its Western affiliates call for a speeding nation process and to reject family. They say he has prioritized oil and gas leasing. Leasing above all else during his year as acting director, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said in a statement that penalty has decades of experience in federal land management policy as an attorney and a handful of for profit colleges with history of misleading advertising can continue recruiting Gi bill students in apparent reversal of course by the Department of veteran affairs that move comes just a few months after. After the agency warned the schools they become from the Gi bill benefits if they continue to use false data and predatory tactics, aimed at roaring people to enroll ten hang with the group Veterans Education success. We have just recently from whistleblower that some of the schools have not curbed their actions, but that ramp up their marketing and advertising during the current national crisis with Kovic. Federal law prohibits the VA. FROM PAYING OUT GI bill funds to schools at a gauging deceptive advertising as well as enrollment practices vilely as we head into the weekend are Mary Sherman tells us in a time. When social distancing is a top priority, a vintage form of entertainment is making a comeback. This year with a majority of indoor theaters in Ohio still closed because of Covid, nineteen lines of cars form outside the ticket booths of drive in theaters instead. Nick. Hennigan owns and operates drive in movie Dot. com database of drive in theaters currently in operation, he says drive INS in Ohio and other states are seeing an increase in weekday, business and first time guests driving. Distance a lot of these guys have gone to online ticket sales online session ordering, so you can literally go to the driver's Ed. Stay at your car the entire time. If that's what you WANNA do and if I cars in environment you can control in the early nineteen sixties more than four thousand drive INS operated from coast to coast mostly in rural areas, however urban sprawl of the. The nineteen seventies made it more profitable to sell the land. Now there are about three hundred functioning drive in movie theaters. In the US. Ohio is the third largest state for drive INS with two dozen and operation are my Clifford and thank you for wrapping up your week with public news service. We are member and we're listener supported and online at public new service. Dot Org Bob. Feelings. On the bench I believe in with a cream having. Frana See The story tonight. CARVER high about the. Zion Williamson Stepfather. allegedly. Accepted four hundred thousand dollars. Alleged Marketing Agent in October of two thousand, eighteen prior to. Zion's only season at Duke. According to a court motion and sworn affidavit filed by its former marketing, REP Attorneys in Federal Court today. This is that Chick Gina Ford, whose after Zan Williamson because of a marketing fallout on a contract where tons of money right wasn't one hundred million. And Her attorneys the David and other exhibit show that Williamson was ineligible when he played for Duke. Because his stepfather received. Four hundred thousand dollars. It said we eventually discovered evidence in padding the issue of whether Zyban was a student athlete that we believe mega transparently clear verifiable, an indisputable that he was not a stew, Natalie long before there was any communication or contact between Zion and or third party, adding on his behalf and our clients. Their attorney said and then. The alleged agreement driver's license attached to these vapors are fraudulent and neither Mr Williamson, nor is no these individuals at all, nor had any dealings with them according to Zion's attorney, Jeffrey Klein. So, who do you believe Carver High One? The cheque curb marketing firms attorney say that. He was paid four hundred thousand dollars to play. And zions attorney says. We have no idea who these people are. added. Never have any idea who they are until you get caught. You have no idea they are well i. just think that the personally. I think that science attorneys are lying through their teeth.

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"lasi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"lasi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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How will the European Parliament election play out in the United Kingdom?

John Batchelor

10:09 min | 3 years ago

How will the European Parliament election play out in the United Kingdom?

"Gregory Copley the editor and publisher of defense and foreign affairs is an Australian observing the squabbles. In London over Brexit, more than that, the ability of democracy, parliamentary democracies such as Great Britain to transform itself in the face of obstacles, the story. So far says that the Prime Minister Theresa may is extremely unpopular because of our inability to convince a majority of her own party to endorse her Brexit plan leaving the EU in adequate time the final vote is now delayed until the end of October of this year. But that opens up lots of maneuvering in Great Britain futures since we've all agreed. According to the economists that Theresa May will not be the. Premier in two twenty twenty Gregory very good evening to you. I know that complicating all this for American voters because after all every two years or four years we've vote for this party or that party, very fixed. But there's another election coming up an election for the European Union that introduces a wildcard into the British parliamentary system, what is the Brexit party? Where did it come from? Why is it suddenly popular? Good evening to you. Good evening. John bell. It is interesting elections was forthwith kinds of probabilities and possibilities. But the European Union the European parliament elections coming up this month and actually Britain was not due to contest those elections again because it it should have withdrawn from from the European Union by the state the fact that the the British parliament agreed with the European Union to delay the British until October amid the that the UK head to once again contest, you opinion, European parliamentary elections. So the Brexit potty, which we knew was in the wings because because it was announced in January that that it would be formed in the event that that they record it, neca. And it was it was announced Lasi at the behest. All Nigel Farraj who had established and run the potty United Kingdom into independence potty. Now. He'd lift you Kip because it's not the become a haven for all of the extremists. If you like who opposed to to the present government, but so Nigel left that once it wants, the it became clear that Britain would have a referendum on on the withdrawal from the European Union Nigel tell me a couple of years ago that if Britain didn't exit on schedule made promise to. He would get back into politics. Pullman new poppy and go to the jugular if you like against the existing British potties. So the job of the Brexit potty is to contest the the may parliamentary European parliamentary elections right now. Brexit' body looks like it's going to take about thirty percent of the British fights for those British say to that that's way ahead of presentable Leiva, which which has been looks like it will take about twenty one percent of the votes conservative. The county ruling potty take about thirteen percent of the vote the Liberal Democrats ten to the green party nine percent. And and so on so basically you've got a wreck potty which from to to now has. Closed itself to to gather a huge following on much in mind of the beginning of may, actually, the the Brexit potty launch website and invited membership within two days. Some eighty five thousand people to join the party at twenty five pounds a head. So that raised about two point eight million dollars than an anonymous data put in another hundred thousand pounds, and then one of the conservative party biggest diners cannon city would not support the conservatives anymore and gave an immediate two hundred thousand pounds about you know, close to three hundred to two hundred eighty thousand so sixty two hundred sixty thousand US dollars. So now, we've got this party which is getting a lot of fund. It's got candidates across the board. It's registered as a British political party. So it can can contest elections across the United Kingdom. This is this is very significant because when the elections take place, and if as we expect the vixen potty will take the bulk of the of the British in the European parliament, then Farraj will tell us if it's too domestic creating Brexit. So therefore, the Brexit party is not an end in itself because natural Farraj does not believe in the European Union, nor does he believe that Britain. Will Britain's future is in your opinion. He's running for parliament, he well, he just he discourages a Britain to pay attention to in future, the European Union parliament, he's and and the way to interpret then this than is that he's setting up himself as a power in the British parliament. But he's not going to have a seat there. So how did he go from doing very well in the headline? Lines for the parliamentary vote in Brussels to doing very well in the the next election for Britain. Well, obviously win the next election takes place. The Brexit potty as registered Patty cannon will field candidates that already. They polling for a forthcoming election shipping, it takes place within the next year or so which is quite likely would would put the Brexit potty as one if the most significant hottie in Westminster, and it could pull McCullough's and govern paps with the Tories the rump of the Tory potty, but we have to wait and see that makes you could continue to gain momentum. I think that stayed will have to obviously lay out a comprehensive program of a policies. It may need actually also a change its name. So that it. Doesn't look like a one note when the song. And I think that's quite within the Cavs. But right now, not you'll prize wants to galvanize the potty around the immediate objective of saving Britain from being lost into the into the European Union forever, which is basically the alternative which MRs may. And Jeremy Cohen, the leader of the labour party, maybe taking now the vote is not gonna be enough Taybeh to determine what the Britain's gonna do. It's gonna be in June. This is going to be the fourth time. This is my his taken to parliament proposal to leave the European Union with the deal, which means luck. It's a into long-term trade deals with or a customs union of a sewed with European Union. Jeremy Cohen wanted to keep Britain in the European Union as a member of a customs union, which would preclude Britain from creating trade deals with the United States, Canada, India, Australia, and the like which which is. The logical step. So what what we want to see from from Nigel Farraj is if he tackles that he would want to see Britain withdrawal without a deal. So that it's free to create trade deals with all of its great trading partners. Greg the Brexit party. I understand it's in Susie Azam that's responding to a new way forward. But do we know who it's a -tracting is it attracting Tories is it attracting the liberals is that attack attracting the breakaway labor? It's attracting people from all of those parties all of the major parties the the old left, right? I is not playing as well as it. Once did the the the labor and Britain, nor the conservatives actually seemed to stand for what they used to stand for or the reality may be that those positions within the British political spectrum on a longer balance. So so essentially, we are seeing a break up traditional politics in Britain. The same way as we we've seen it in in in France. But of course, the French have a greater tendency to move politically to create new potties lousy because of the interruption of World War Two which left them in a position where they they rebuild from scratch getting rid of the rump of the labor party, the conservative party, and the Liberal Democrats is gonna be the difficult thing. But if Brexit body comes in as a sizable force, then I think we'll see even more defections going along down the line. And maybe even a Benchley merger of whatever the new Brexit. Potty calls it self and the conservatives I'm speaking with Greg Copley way are speculating about possible turns in the road for Great Britain because of the paralysis that's Gregory that Greg uses that word in the headlines first analysis paralysis of the British parlor. Lamentably system

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"lasi" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on WJR 760

"Out for your money? Huntington. Welcome member FDIC carriers. Message and data rates may apply. Number thirty thirty. Let's return our conversation with Marie show. Lagaan gay who is safari guide who I got to know on my recent trip to South Africa. Here's more now. How did you look at it? Then versus how you look at it now. Well, that's to be honest with you. I didn't really understand why he did what he was doing for meat just thoughts on Fe. But in his mind, he was training and for me now looking back with everything that he did. I'm actually thanking him. I'm so thankful for what he did in dots. How actually pushing that a half of the anyone's can from because of coming across these hyenas coming across lines now. And again that made me want to know more about these animals behaviors. So that I can somehow figure out how to deal with them. So now at this point in your life. You're in your late twenties. If you found yourself dropped in the middle of the Bush at midnight with nothing, but a toothpick stick you feel like you could survive percents I can survive like now thinking back. I was listening ten years old. And having responsibility of taking care of these cows and guts, making sure you don't lose thing though. I did now I can go folk sometime in the Bush without anything. Even if you encounter a lie. I didn't come into line scoff you times in McCoy for now. And this is not once this is what I do every day, and I come up with lies a leopard every single day on foot out the and as long as you know, how to handle the situation or how to behave around. Then you're going to be a right. What do you think is the people's, you know, when you see people come from America and talk about it their biggest misconception about these animals out in the Bush. You know, because I think the average Americans conception is. If you see a line, he's going to eat you. If you see a leopard, he's going to eat you like, they're all just going to kill you. What's the biggest misunderstanding that we actually telling the story now, I'm just reminded of what happened yesterday with you? We thought we were going to be. Yeah. We started thought to these guys us, and I looked at your face. You like looking at me like kind of a we we okay, we will quite last like ten minutes away. And I was like now, you know, what with these lines leopards in the area. They don't review a human being as a part of the diet. The only anymore around these area that use a human being as part of the Dodd is crooked. So you'd better be scared of crooked more than allies more than leopard office. Unless it's injured line or they've got a keel, and then you try to provoke them then they will react because they want to protect the keel wanna protect it cuts. But otherwise that don't bother. I mean, you saw the way they would be having yesterday. They had a keel the holiday cubs. But it's like we didn't exist in place. So really the way that most of us think about these wild animals, it's only if you do something either stupid or come upon them when they're trying to protect something like their children or something that they just killed otherwise a really not that interested in the on not interested auto. I remember it's a bit long. Sorry. I'll try to make show because before you thought waking to know the area you have to work for seven days. You don't sleep in the Bush, but it's only from six o'clock in the morning till six o'clock even. And remember now, it's all alone. And you don't have. Anything with you? All you, they'll give you arrive rifle, but they send you out there, all alone. So that you pay attention to anything that is happening around you when you consider your experiences here. Now, you've obviously been to major cities in your grownup years and you've seen people living in big houses. And what are your thoughts about how the different ways that people live in this world, and you know, in the states, we complain for houses aren't big enough complain if air conditioning isn't working. The shower isn't strong enough. And and you think about the way that you grew up. What are your thoughts on that? I think it's just a different lifestyle at that time. I didn't really realize that the that. I was living was tough live because that's all that I've been exposed to. That's all knew about lot. That's where I was born. And that's was my daily lives of never been in a CD of time. So you can't really say a wish hot even fun. Let alone air conditioning because you don't even have a house. I believe it's just a different way of living and. Yeah. Well, you how old were you before you had your first meal that you didn't kill yourself? These when I was at least you're eighteen between eighteen and fifteen. About the time. We started being exposed to my mama lot. And it is because with my mom, she she wasn't activity going to hunt. But most of the time I will bring something and that's way. Obviously moms always the techie good care of you. And but so until you were thirteen or fourteen you caught everything that you ate. I believe you know, these tiny little birds. Kolata walks. Bill, son bids. I was I was very good when it comes to hunting that time and all I use actually slingshots. I was very how many using it sometime you killed the verge with a slingshot. Exactly. So all you have to do you just target to tree with a lot of flowers? Because obviously a lot of sun bridge will be attracted to these flowers. The do the second, Nick. Are you just see to the bottom of the tree very quietly, and then you just wait for them to fly in and it's pretty close range, and that's how most of my meals, and then what would you do with the bird one to hit with this thing show? I didn't even bother to lack faith as you just drop your Noah salts and technically by the time that you've done cooking. Little bit is literally like one bite, and that's all you have. We're talking with Barry show. Lagaan gay who is a safari guide at the London Lasi safari camp in South Africa. We showed real families the Chevy family of SUV's the tracks equinoxes introverts go for the tracks. Actually, like agility equinoxes jumping out at me spun the drive I wanted to be a cool that.

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"lasi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"lasi" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"That's whereas Mike's list is which is a great newsletter actually at an kind of an antidote to the daily tech news. It's fun stuff. And it's really cynical. It's just bursting with sour notes meal. It's just yes. Okay. Now, it's what I do is. I dig up the main list is ten things that are most absurd things and technol-. Technology. It's like our patch kids. You're saying, yes. Yes. Oh my God. Is that is that go back to that is that's the future right there. You're looking at that is. Yeah. That's biscuit me being TV Shemi being Jennifer Lawrence skinny Bush, EMMY Shemi Bush NBN being Jennifer Jalen meets St. by. Yeah. This is a deep fake article that I wrote a whole on Lasi Lasi long story. Short defect is going to get so good. That literally you won't be able to tell the fake from already have also joining us from Paris pets Beija. He is. I know sorry, his friends spin dot com. And he's in his kitchen apparently. Hello, patrick. I yeah. I'm so happy that I'm joining you at a reasonable hour. Never happens. Is it a reasonable hour? You you kinda like that in two ways. First of all we did that silly thing that we do in America called spring forward. It's entering daylight saving time. But also we've moved the start time of Twitter by. About half an hour to forty five minutes. So now, it's like what is it set a midnight? It's eleven thirty. Well, yeah. Not only that. But I'm also in Paris. I'm often joining you from Finland. So now, it's ten pm ten thirty now. Thanks. Yeah. It's time for dinner. Yeah. Always great to have Patrick here from French speed you and not Patrick on the Twitter and from wired magazine loved have Perez Martineau on the show. Hi, paris. How's it gone? Great to have you. She's in San Francisco. So she's about to be eaten by the tech broS, actually in New York, New York. Oh, I apologize. Jason. I'm going to be eaten by the type froze. Well, what's the status on H Q too? Because at first Amazon picked Long Island city just outside of Manhattan in the queens to be headquarters to then there was an outcry. And then they said, well, if you don't want us here we leaving. And then the last thing I heard is. Well, maybe we won't. I don't last thing. I've heard is that Cuomo and other people in New York politics fan, please come back, and we didn't mean it. But who knows I think it's it seems like all of the local politicians here are very against it. And as well as many of the unions. So it's probably going to stay either not happening or stay in a contentious space for a while. How much Mr. bazo loves contention? Gotta have it. So the big story of the week. Well, there were several on Wednesday. I thought the big story of the week was Mark zuckerberg's blog post, which some say I thought maybe was a pivot of Facebook from public facing network to a privacy facing network. Then Elizabeth Warren on Friday at south by southwest announced. We're going to break up if I get elected president, we're going to break up Facebook, Google, Amazon, and then she threw in an interview with Patel almost like she hadn't even really thought of it. Yeah. And apple two. So it was really kind of handed. He said you're gonna break up apple Touche's. Yeah. We're Big Apple two. Oh, okay. Her complaint against apple is a little bit weird. We'll talk about that. We'll talk about Facebook..

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"lasi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on WTVN

"Still go out and cast ballots. Well, that's that's the that's the bottom line the form nece or the uninformed. Yeah. When they go to the ballot. Let me give you another thought or let me get another thought from you. The proposed gambling in Ohio, and I was just telling the bottle about it if the resources or the revenues from the gambling go towards the pay for play. How do you feel about that? I have no opinion on that. I'll be honest with you. I have not actually taking a good look at that. I can't give you you. What do you think about it? Well, if it actually got earmarked for that. And didn't fall into some other kind of category. I think that kids are not allowed to go to do athletics because of their economical condition. And if if that was stopped I think that actually we might even have some better crop of athletes, okay? Or at least a wider range. You know what I'm saying? There would be more people able to participate, right? So the one last thing on last the much winds longer budget. with the right business card to back. It up. Vistaprint is offering five hundred truly personalized business cards starting at nine ninety nine that's five hundred cards with exactly the look you want for just ninety nine. Plug your information and logo and hundreds of fresh designs tailored to your type of company or upload your own original layout, pick from paper stocks like Matt Lasi or uncoded you can even upgrade to a unique touch like rounded corners, the choice is yours..

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"lasi" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"I'm sorry. Way. Now, there's no subtlety anywhere in the organization the front office doesn't do like the they loudly declare their intentions of this guy is gone. This is our new lonzo's our future star de lows gone rain arranger to the right? We're gonna jab. There's just there's no nuance with anyone in love. I think Braun the transactional nature of LeBron. The lakers. It's not that. He doesn't care about winning or doesn't respect the franchise. All these things. He was doing the same stuff in Ohio that he's doing here, we're meetings, and it's more convenient for him. I but the optics don't look, right. And sometimes you just you have to be aware of how people are looking at what you're doing. And he's trying to in this. He's done this everywhere. He's he's trying to build the team that he wants to play with. Yes. And you know, they came out back in January that LeBron's people would like him to play for a different coach. Yes, that's very very lack of. An accident. No. It was not I want to get Anthony Davis in hand so clutch signs. And then they tried to engineer this trade to bring Anthony Davis here. It's like he wants to build the team. That he wants to as a mean likes to say when he comes on in the morning is in the afternoon, or whatever he doesn't leave breadcrumbs he leaves the loaf. I was hosting sportscenter the night after all this was going down in January when the Lakers faced the pelicans. And if I tell you thousand cameras and deaf replays in every tease and bump was about the hog and the conversation Davis on the coat with LeBron. I mean, I don't have to. On the shop. Like, you know because I was during the all star. There was that dinner that they would be. Yeah, we went out to dinner with LeBron's. They were probably talking about that. Yeah. Yeah. No, you're right about lack of subtlety LeBron is not subtle here. And I guess that expression. He leaves. He doesn't leave breadcrumbs loaf is completely appropriate. I know you're gonna break. But can I just say one thing? No, no your show. Okay. So, you know, the thing is about everything I needed to see I saw when the fans relies affair about. And that's a big word Brian Lasi fair when floor run LeBron James at home. You know pass Michael Jordan. I wasn't in the arena. Brian you're in the arena. Let's talk about the next. What's interesting too of what Lyndon needs to see what she needs to see when she's hiring. Oh, that's right. When Linda's hiring, she posts her position to job sites, and she's waiting waiting waiting for the right people to see it. But ZipRecruiter knew there was a smarter way. How's that Greg love that? All right. Okay. But at least I can read so he built a platform that funds right handed. It's for you. He's really bad at it. Ziprecruiter. Learns what you're looking.

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"lasi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fellow director of the equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University before we go to the calls to simply ask you is a delusional dream to bring manufacturing jobs back into the country. Or did the Foxconn situation merely go about it the wrong way? Well, I don't think. No. I don't think it's a delusion at all. In fact, there's some evidence that certain types of manufacturing are really resurging in the US, but it's a different kind. It's not gonna be the the blue blue collar manufacturing that dominated economy in the sixties and seventies. Instead, it's gonna be, you know, a more advanced manufacturing, the relies a lot on ro- robots and the types of jobs that are going to be you know, in demand for that are. Jobs for highly skilled highly educated workers. So really, I think the, you know, if you the real task here is to make sure that our education system is keeping up with you know, with that economy of the future, and the people are quick to to meet those demands. So a better investment of Wisconsin tax dollars might have been in the schools. Perhaps you know, that gets into another debate about, you know, the weather dollars exactly turn into education by targeted dollars. All right. Matthew in Justin, Texas joins us tonight on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matthew Mitchell. Good evening Matthew in. Hey, Jay Bill. Hi, matthew. How are you guys? We're well. So I guess my comment is your guest seems to be expressing economic intervention through government utility versus free market supply and demand like Larry cudlow talks about a lot. So it sounds like he he spouses just to let supply and demand run its course versus economic intervention. Okay. What what about the is this a pure Lasi fair argument here that that the government keeps hands off? Well, I do think there's definitely an element of a laissez faire. What I would say is, you know, go back to what basic economics says works, and you know, that there should be an active role for the government in providing genuine public goods because public goods are under provided by markets. There should be a active role for the government to ensure that contracts are upheld and promises are are maintained. And there's no fraud. There should be a role for the government to internalize extra analogies to make sure that either through property rights or through some other ski my cap, and trade that extra nowadays there aren't environmental extra analyses. But for all of those there's good economic theory to say that it works. But really in neither economics theory Norian economic evidence. Do we find much of the case for using public funds for private firms all right to John in Las Vegas? Good evening. John welcome to the Bohannon Joe. Oh, yes, sir. I wish we would bring our manufacturing back home. I love the Chinese. But our shoes were better made it home. That's an interesting point that the issue of quality control. But of course, if the Chinese were to make let's say the best possible there is I guess Matthew Mitchell, there's there's just a problem of wage differential here that the Chinese could make shoes out of of platinum virtually and and still make them cheaper than than we can make them. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the labor differential there is just so great. And in many ways, this is a good problem to have is American workers are high relative to Chinese workers are highly skilled and can command high salaries, and so, you know, it makes sense for firms to locate and other places where the the firm, the labor force isn't nearly as educated, and you know. Weekend specialize in other in production of other activities. Like, I said, you know, really the change from manufacturing base jobs where it's a blue collar job and wages are are nice. But they're not nearly as high as what you would get from manufacturing. Where people are a highly skilled workforce is programming. The machines that make the the do the manufacturing, you know. That's really going to be the future. There's a lot of debate about whether change, you know, creative destruction of capitalism is good or bad. I tend to I tend to side with those who say over the long run. It's it's quite good for consumers and for and for workers. But what you can't do is deny that it exists. You know, it is changes coming, and you can't just hope for an economy that was back forty forty years ago. That's never coming back to AJ in Humboldt County, California on the Bohannon show. Hello AJ. You're absolutely true part question. Okay. All right. You mentioned something about a subbing out manufacturing to places like China weapons guidance systems would have you coming back to haunt us. At some point. I thought that we part why didn't we do that under Bill Clinton's that we subbed out weapons guidance systems manufacturer? We were selling guidance information that would help put satellites in orbit. Ignoring the fact that the very same technology that puts satellites and accurate orbit makes ICBM's more accurate. We did do that. Yes. Okay. All right. The other thing is that based on that answer, which I thought was true. Suppose we make a deal with the Taiwanese. And then the time when he's taken over by the Chinese, and we're not in a position to do it because there's a nuclear stalemate, or what have you and they end up with all of our information from that exchange of information with the Taiwanese they're independent now. But. They are independent. They don't always have to be. Of course, I wasn't suggesting that it's ever a wise decision to sublet are sensitive technological information to anybody for any reason whatsoever. And this issue here as far as I know Matthew Mitchell, there was nothing to be manufactured at the proposed liquid crystals spe plant in Wisconsin. That would have been Bill sensitive, right? Yeah. I've never heard any claims that there is any militarily sensitive manufacturing going on there. More to come. Stay with us on the Bohannon show. One eight six six five zero jimbo's really big question. A lot of people have had this for a long time. And maybe we are through trial and error learning some answers back in a moment. They alarm here. All.

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"lasi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I think Danielle night could be only two. Great. You know, what it's it would it was it was recorded live in front of an audience because they couldn't go holy live last night for obvious reasons. But other reasons anyway, I beg that they they're in that big studio they have all the moving parts in the stages and the music and the camera angles I loved it was even in it that us settle gosh rate. I had no idea that she was going to be in it. And then all of a sudden, I'm like there. She was Edina and Jesse l Martin. Fantastic. But I gotta say Tanatshai and. Yeah. Jordan, Jordan, Fisher fishing. Jordan fisher. Is that his name sounds weird? So it's unbelievably talented. Anyway, I'm glad you brought that back in no problem. And then also on TV last night where the sag awards the Screen Actors Guild awards Tracy Morgan presented and if you win an award. It's a prestigious thing is a very prestigious would and can be life changing. Trust me when I say the former winter if you win this award tonight and get hit by WalMart truck survive with all your arms and legs. For me. Darren criss walks away with another award for for his portrayal of Andhra cannon. I just started watching for Saatchi on Netflix. So I'm only two in don't rent it from you know, what happened to you. Don't. All right. So on Saturday night in Vegas lady Gaga, doing her residency and a special guest showed up Cooper, and they performed shallow from stars born Lasi when you see the video of this. And it's people have trimmed a billion times, don't you? This is one of those things where I've foam owed out. I wish I would have been there for this. Two. This..

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"lasi" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"The first access point is he's the best access for him will join the second best. So if it's best access point goes down simultaneously reachable another access point. And so what happens is these devices become multi homed? So they have a primary address which is the IP address of the first access point joins. And then it has a secondary. I p address with the the second one it. Son's a dynamic the update to our central systems. So a standard kind of twenty one thirty six the S update. And it'll send an ordered list of its IP addresses to the head end system. So the head end system that knows which address to contact kind of moving up the stack from there while we run DT alas, which is a unique picky. They face version of Tijuana's and then on top of that we run typically support both easy nudity. But for the type of applications, we Ron media PISA better fit. So. So we are to be on top of some of that. And then a co-op which is a constrained application protocol. So you chose Coeppen in XM PP. I mean, did you look at any other application at any of the other applicant communication? We did our or mechanisms are aides or a bit more humble. So, you know, originally our protocol is a proprietary protocol. It was very very simple. We we've since migrated to co out, which is actually still pretty simple. But you know, we're just reading objects from the devices. So I think, you know, lessons learned where we started with a proprietary protocol where everything was just binary noted, which is, you know, you got imagine. When you're developing the system, and you're looking down the barrel of five million meters to be deployed, and you have no idea if it's going to work with the sales guy sold it. So what are your thoughts on on network standardization? Then it seems like you guys have taken it seriously by implementing an end to end IP network. But gosh Amine. How many are actually are we going to standardize because it seems like right now, we're silos everywhere everywhere is own silo. And we're not getting any of the real benefits of standardization's. What are your thoughts are silver some slots on that? What has been a number of new technical showers standardization and the first the first way we approach the problem, I was actually fix the technical problems. And then to work in the standards committees to go work with other vendors to standardize on the technical problems. We've all solved. So for example, if you have ten years ago at the radio liar, every was proprietary. And so our in our mind, the first step was to standardize, the hardware because that's the thing. You can't change in the Bill and so in two thousand seven we started the actually to fifteen four G effort his standardize on the physical layer. And since then there's been a number of standards that kind of built up the on that so actually to fifteen four e for the MAC. As well as the the Royal ripple standards in ATF for routing over Lasi networks as been a great standard. So you've gotten a fair number standards out there that all piece together on the hardware side, you're saying that picture. So now what really the focus in the IOT community is is on having interoperability frameworks for this. So it oh to fifteen four G has enough options that you can specify any data rate any frequency range and everybody could implement the differently. So now, what's happening vendors are getting together at coming in and having interoperability testing in operability profiles one I'd call out his the Wyson alliance where I think about a year ago, we actually announced interoperability in anything that Cisco. So there is you know, the standards weren't there ten years ago. I'd say about two years ago the standards really got to point where you've implemented into operable systems. And now we're getting close to the point are at the point where mobile vendors, actually, tested dropper, most each other have golden units. And then that's what's gonna create the ecosystem around these standards. Well, I think if you know who were to switch back on on the on the side of things, obviously Ziggy kinda had more or less almost monopoly at the lower levels speaking, the hardware, and then maybe a couple of years up from there..

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"lasi" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"lasi" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Ching money pitch. All that stuff. Nineteen peeve. L S year. That's a such bitcoin one seventy two batting average allowed in about nine hundred thrown. It's fantastic offering and seeing the increased velocity on his fastball. It just making that pitch better. And it's change can get there didn't have overall success last year three fourteen batting average allowed is so disappointing definitely made his mistakes. Four home runs in about two hundred twenty thrown. But still fifteen percents striker is had its moments you'd see. Yeah. And even just fastball slider. He's good enough to be better than ninety one. I but at the same time, I think there is upside to be had in that change. I think it can't get better. I n here at this price ninety one is really good really good spots. Go and take Boyd. I I tend to agree there with. With Matthew Boyd being somebody that you wanna take a look at as a late pick here because there's a little tinge of upside. And even if you kind of just repeated a four thirty nine one sixteen Aaron whip combo you would find stretches of usefulness there. So even if you reserved him, and he was just kind of going through the ups and downs there, you can still find usefulness, but he could be better. Let's talk about my father's real quick. Make fun of how people say his name. He had that great finish there with the with with Oakland. He's back with them opposites good park solid team. I don't know how much we can really buy into it though because he still a home run machine. We've seen him be good before. But even even with Oakland, and you might want be looking at it. But just try to make guess if you don't know fifty three innings what was his home run rate with Oakland put up a three seventy four zero one with. I'm gonna say it's super-low. It was two point. News one of the extremes. I didn't know which way he wanted. Yeah. Yeah. So he had twenty twenty one percent home in a fly ball, which is a grievous and that will come down. So he's not gonna put up a two point. Oh, but here's his season numbers for the last several years. One seven one nine one four one to Mike fires is a home run guy. Put him in any part. He'll show you that he can allow homeless. They're the one thing. I did like with Oakland was at a strikeout, spike. But there wasn't really a commencement swinging strike jump. There was a one one tick jump from eight to nine percent on the swinging strike and yet and he boosted from seventeen to twenty five percent on the strikeouts. That's interesting. And there really wasn't a major pitch shift mix either particularly for secondary stuff. His fastballs actually went up in his fastball is not really a great swing and miss pitch. He can use it a bit up in the zone and find some success with that. And that helps affective Lasi throw his eighty nine to ninety one for Mike fires. So there's some things to like there's more to dislike, and I will say this at least. The market is not overcharging for the season and the finish that he had. He is coming at a very fair price. I just don't know that I'm gonna be pressing my look with somebody who's been known Homer machine and hoping to avoid that that that fate this year and keep the under four for a second straight year, something he's only done twice really or wants really to back to back years of under four and only one the one of those was only seventy two innings though. So for me with fires. I would rather watch it from a fine. I hope he does well with Oakland 'cause he's interesting pitcher. But I don't think I can take him. He's Toby if you're lucky if you're exactly become the whole are. So I want scary. All right. Michael Pineda's coming back. We've talked about him in the past Michael Pineda do not love, Michael. I he frustrating. To no end. What's going to be different? He's chief. Yes..

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Jeff Flake, President Donald Trump and The New York Times discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Jeff Flake, President Donald Trump and The New York Times discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"I'm Tom hutler. Two crucial Republican voters breath Kavanagh's confirmation to the supreme court or criticizing President Donald Trump for mocking cabinet accuser. Christine Lasi Ford last night, senators Jeff flake and Susan Collins say his comments attacking her testimony at a rally or appalling, a nineteen Eighty-three letter written by judge cabinet all refers to himself and his friends as obnoxious drunks. The New York Times reports the letter depicts young cavenaugh warning his friends of potential eviction from a condo for an upcoming trip to OSHA in ocean city, Maryland at times reports the letter was written by cavenaugh, even though it was signed

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