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The Road Ahead for Photography Businesses, with Zenfolio

This Week in Photo

01:57 min | Last month

The Road Ahead for Photography Businesses, with Zenfolio

"Today we're going to give you guys some insight. You got a player that is smack. Dab in the middle of the photography industry has decided and agreed to join me on the show to talk about some of their findings with regard to what the heck is happening as has happened in the photography industry. how has it evolved. Hasn't gone lebed isn't gonna write going up and down whatever we're gonna talk about that and here to talk about. It are some senior executives from a little company. You may have heard of called zinn. Folio john and pamela. Welcome to the show. guys frederick. Thanks great to be here. Yeah you're you're a completely welcome. Thank you for doing this. I know time is short. And i want to make sure we maximize all your time on this show Let's let's do some introduction before we dive in tamil. Let's start with you. what what is your major function. Ads in folio absolutely so. I'm in charge of all things. Customer customer support customer success. I lead an amazing team who are primarily the tigers themselves which really makes us unique in that when we're talking the and helping them with their business we have a really unique point of view of completely understanding what it's like to be a small business owner and to be a photographer with clients Having certain expectations. yeah yeah. Those expectations change a lot right as the industry shifts changes. I've been in it for several a couple of decades now and a lot of things changed with. We're gonna talk about in this interview. So absolutely i mean i think about when i got married and how long it was to get my wedding photos back and now it's very common in wedding wedding photography to even have pictures of the ceremony showing during the reception on as a slide show. So it's kinda like that's gone from an eight week. Lead time to you need to be ready

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"lebed" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"lebed" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Qc exotic are so Ba kevin talked about other types of plugs are than the up and down so as we go up that skill. you have much montessori. That's right and so so he remember we were saying earlier fathy the up of the down downpours only account for something like a percent or so of the massive proton or neutron. There are works. That are many times heavier than that. So the next one up in masses call strange pork then after that you have. What's called a charm quirk in bottom quirk and then finally top core and Unlike what we were talking about before when you have a handwriting that has for example. A bottom quirky charm quirk image in those cases. Those heading works really do make up a much larger fraction of the total mass of the whole address that they live in. So so what. Basically saying is that the typical scale of huntings of energies that are associated with all of these multiple glue on exchanges. Inside of ron's is somewhere in between the the the the the the mass scale of the whitest works in the mass scale of the heavier. Quarks so this should give us So do do become understanding of so let me ask you did from the audit protocol where you have instead of up and down. You have the top in strange and our other types of here. We don't call. The trade hunts every time you make an exchange of one flavor. That's the terminology for another. You produce a different kind of hadron so for example if you were to take a proton and you were to take out to take out one of its down quirks or you know one of upwork's in replace it with a strange quirky could a different kind hadron called sayeh. A sigma barry on the charm. Work can start. Creating things called lambda sea barry on so forth and so each one of these permutations of the different combinations court flavors corresponds to different particle with different attributes. There are relationships between them buff. You have to go off. Measure of what is their mass water coupling to other particles. What is its lifetime before. It decays and yes. You can oath to be able to predict some of those things based your theories but you have to go off. Measure.

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"lebed" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"lebed" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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UK announces ban on sale of locked phones

The Restart Project Podcast

04:06 min | 8 months ago

UK announces ban on sale of locked phones

"So reuters announced that britain is to stop mobile operator selling locked handsets. This is apparently like i. And wow worldwide. Yeah seems seems like a big deal to me. And i was somewhat unexpected. Not following these things. Really closely yeah. I'd miss that. This was in development. And rico what do you make of. This sounds like a big deal. That is a major deal. Actually never even know. I didn't see that article it's going to have to have a look at it was crazy. The ban will come into effect as of december. Twenty twenty one. So let's not get too excited another year. Hopefully there will be some way to bring in a delay but off come has come up with this. As part of a package of measures allegedly designed to ensure customers are treated fairly and to make switching from one mobile operator to another easier. This also i was gonna say this has implications for secondhand market as well right. You know when you're stood in front of those stores that resell mobiles and you can either. The value of a locked phone is much less So it has bigger implications yeah convenience for customer moving between provider major so. Let's hope that this is really also the beginning of the end of network operators trying to sell more phones locked into their networks just as a way to like lure you into their network and hopefully people will be able to keep the phone that feels okay with them and just decide. What is the best network for their purposes. Second-story with we are quite happy to see again unexpectedly. The bbc reported that Electric goods should have repairability following the move by france to implement a scheme as of twenty twenty one that will label goods initial few good good rate their repairability and in the future. Also how environmentally friendly they are one lebed damn. Mp actually stated that we should be Having the same in britain and this is great news. Because we've been campaigning for this for quite a while and janet. Do you think there is any political opportunity to bring this to the uk anytime soon. Well i'm not sure but we know that indefinite others great interest in what's happening in france and the one thing that did stand out to you about the bbc article is that they went to talk to lib dem's degree but didn't get any comment from labor so big question mark about both what the government thinks about this and what labor thinks about it. Yes it seems significant that they went on the record on that and the other big story of course we don't have a degree detail but the ballot measure in massachusetts which was being voted also on tuesday was overwhelmingly voted were massachusetts. Voters voted for the right to repair is a complex measure and they were bombarded with really scary advocate by the auto industry trying to convince them not to but voters voted by seventy five percent margin to support the right to repair in massachusetts which kind of basically matches if almost all of the polling that we've seen in canada in europe about the popularity of right to repair measures so that was kind of come through the the through the actual polls in ballot boxes. Well and one. We didn't need to wait for that long to get there so we'll see what kind of implications this will have. This was specifically about access to softer for cars. But this will have implications hopefully for future policy related to write to repair something that will keep an eye on in coming months

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Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

Business Wars Daily

03:09 min | 11 months ago

Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. July thirtieth. It may be the dog days of summer for most of us, but the folks at Hershey are already up to their necks in Halloween earlier this month Hershey announced it's Candy Lineup for horrors high holiday some of the ghoulish goodies include vampire themed Hershey, kisses stuff with red strawberry cream, and Reece's Franken cups which have a green creme dement flavored bottom. But the candy maker also has a haunting concern if covid nineteen continues to cancel in person celebrations what will Halloween Twenty Twenty look like Dad. Insult to injury the holiday falls on a Saturday this year. So little ferry princesses, pirates and ghouls could've stayed out later collecting more candy for their late night sugar rush without worrying about school the next day. Now it's unclear if people will be comfortable handing out goodies to trick or treaters at all, even with ample squirts of hand sanitizer in between. So Hershey is hedging its bets in an earnings call last week CEO. Michelle said the company is reducing production of Halloween, themed candy to avoid. Leftovers Wall Street Journal reports Hershey's earnings did beat expectations this quarter booze stead by pandemic comfort food buying and buck says that Halloween orders from retailers or strong. So she's optimistic that sales won't be too bad. Still The holiday makes up about ten percent of the company's revenue of that trick or treating generates have of the company's Halloween sales. So even a small disruption could be a real pain in the neck Hershey rival. Mars Wrigley is also thinking about October thirty. First, the company will revive skittles zombies, which were introduced last year longtime favorites like Eminem M.'s will simply get Halloween themed packaging on a recent episode of the marketers brief podcast Mars Wrigley's chief Halloween officer Tem Lebel said Mars Wrigley's planning quote conservatively for the holiday Lebed's primary title is president of sales, but the seasonal shift indicates just how important Halloween is to the company's bottom line. So what does it Candy Company do when faced with a Halloween horror show. Pivot, of course, both companies are studying lessons learned during the Easter Season Easter candy sales fell about four percent because of the pandemic according to the national confectioners association. Abell says Mars Wrigley had too much in store product, but ran out of online stock. Overall online candy sales have been growing especially chocolate

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The Voice Layer - Jan Knig, Jovo

The Voice Tech Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

The Voice Layer - Jan Knig, Jovo

"We covered the languages NC said it was type script or the judge. Javascript side, but you have to be a program code to be able to use Java what level of technical skills you need to be able to run the high walls, and then be able to actually deploy an application. Development Framework, so it's definitely built for developers, professional teams of developers, but what we're also seeing settled a lot of the. Beginners are using Joe's while to get started because like it's. Our hellawell example is pretty easy to set up. Just have to install one or two things. He just run the code in. That's it and then you can go from there and so I think for anyone who wants to get started with development. I think it's a good first thing to do because like when you're building a rapper mobile APP for example of many many different things to take care about. The officials. You have a back end fronton all of that. With the voice at least getting started as little easier like you get to your first halo worlds more quickly so I think the swipe. Many development beginners are are using for building by SAS right right well I was sent to simply because of the efficiency that you could just learned one one language and deploy to all the platforms as opposed to think well if I doubt on Alexa, then while by all the good L-, assistant uses, and then what about when he comes along I. Am I gonNa Learn all about as. Just. An individual, so there's definitely inefficiency on a scale element to it. US A rundown of the different components than the things that make up the job. Oh, framework, and the interaction model. Like wasn't a simulator or deep Bugah could give us a rundown to some of the components a lot of people when you think of Jogo. They really think mostly about the cross platform. What you mentioned that deploy ones or built wants to deploy everywhere component. That's one thing that we really focused a lot them to develop proficiency on building tools for professional teams to build great vice experiences so much we offer is a local development environment. For example. You don't have to upload your co to serve all the time to build experience. You can cut it on your computer. Computer, we have a debater which is digital browser based tool where you can test your Alexa Skill Google accidents on without talking to your device all the time than we have what you mentioned. The language model that that's also one thing I don't know how deep every when if you're. Listeners is into like the whole voice APP Alexa Skill Development, and so on, but on Alexa von Interaction model for like the speech recognition into natural language understanding, and for Google assistance use a service like dialogue flow for natural language understanding the problem. There is when you building for different. Platforms also have to maintain a language models in different places. What we offer is we offer the JOE language model which can be maintained. And then translated into, Alexandra tracks model into Donald. Floyd, we also like all analyst services that we support the Swale, and that's how we want to make that part easier while and then other stuff like staging with a unit testing framework, a lot of things stoute's help developers in setting up the right processes and deploying their vice experiences to different providers, and so that's really interesting as a recap. Mind standing because you've got the input. You've got the logic and you've got the response. Response you can handle all of that locally as if you had the Amazon. Says running on your own computer, so you can actually make requests and have a response. If it was Amazon Alexa, and then at the same time you could do the same full assistance you have. All of these phones loco dude have to make making these calls out. You'd have to worry about any kind of fees deployments. All of that kind of stuff that takes time by using these the party platform. Very useful speeds up development massively and you mentioned that the D. Bugger as well, but nowadays these platforms have ap visual interface, some kind of screen multi. Involved! Can you do all of that as well locally? Can you stimulate the response back and forth on the visual side who did so with the old hard to call again before it was like the display interface on Alexa order to render templates, we simulated or emulated these interfaces. The problem was with a p. l. guts Soubra complicated tractors Lebed's right now like even the Alexa developer Konzale. Kendra late trust the AP L. stuff that's displayed their into browser, and so what we typically recommend this to relate. It's painful, but to really test on on every device of. Before you, sit it

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Cults Daily: "The Manson Family" Charles Manson

Cults

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Cults Daily: "The Manson Family" Charles Manson

"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Podcast original this is the fourteenth episode in our Daily Series on the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson everyone today. We're examining Charles. Manson a failed musician turned cult leader. Who CLAIMED TO BE JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF? He called his followers. The family in promise that they'd rule the post apocalyptic world after a massive race for destroyed civilization in the nineteen sixties. Charles Manson was an aspiring musician living in Los Angeles but unlike other music Aficionados Manson didn't just love pop for its beats and lyrics. Rock and roll hits spoke to him literally. Manson reportedly believe that songs like the Beatles skelter contained hidden references to a coming race war. Although the tune is actually about a whirling amusement park ride Manson took it to mean that a war between people and white people would destabilise American society. The fight would culminate in a vicious slaughter. According Manson black people would kill every white person in the United States except for him and his followers. Who would ride out the combat in an underground bunker? At the end of the battle Manson's cult called the family would emerge and rule over the survivors. Atlantic says all this sounds. Manson was a master manipulator. The family fully believed as claims about the coming war as well as his assertions that he was. Jesus Christ unquestioningly. They prepared for the prophesied apocalypse. Manson insisted that the fighting would break out any day. But by the summer of nineteen sixty nine there was still no race war in America hoping to get things moving. He ordered his followers to murder. The white residents of one zero zero five zero Cielo drive. They did so just after midnight on August ninth then dressed the crime scene to make it look like the militant black. Panthers had committed the homicide the next night he ordered his followers to kill Lino and Rosemary Labianca a couple living on waverly drive after the murders Manson pocketed rosemary's wallet hoping to Lebed in a predominantly black Los Angeles neighborhood and point suspicion toward the People. Who lived there but the police weren't fooled. They were aware of the family and rated Manson's compound numerous times for thefts by winter. They've made the connection between the Doomsday. Cult and the spate of Los Angeles killings in December Manson and several followers were arrested and tried for the Tate Labianca killings on January twenty fifth nineteen seventy-one Charles. Manson was found

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Eat Your Way to Health

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Eat Your Way to Health

"You've been listening to dishing up nutrition for a few years. You're well aware that you can you you can use food to help manage any chronic health condition really. My clients offered report that after being on real food eating plan their cholesterol numbers go back into normal range. Their joint pain eases their blood pressure drops. They're diabetic numbers improve and their muscle. Muscle aches and pains. Go Away. The bottom line is this real food eating plan. Can it can work miracles on nutritional at Nutritional Herschel weight and wellness we always say what are we say. Food matters food matters but sadly I think many people pay attention to what they eat in the Howard is they don't pay attention to what they're eating and how it affects not only their body but their brain right and I found that when I work with clients if they're knee pain goes away after they stop up eating sugar and process carbs. They will usually give up. Those sweet treats or those things that caused that pain. They quickly learned that. Only a few bites of a muffin or or their favorite cookies. BEF- will cause that knee pain to return this gives them a really strong reminder. That eating sugar hurts them. I mean it's a physical hurt. They can they can feel if they eat it and feel it and although sugar is sweet and Yummy it is not their friend and what I find rather interesting though is that somehow many people with diabetes or prediabetes don't connect how processed carbs and sugar so foods that come from bags or boxes or those the center aisles of the grocery store how those processes carbs and sugar affect their blood blood sugar numbers or their a one C levels. Sugar is still hurting their body. But it's a different kind of hurt. It's a slow breakdown of their body and their brain rain if a client eats a muffin and they get knee pain. They get that immediate feedback. But if that muffin POPs up their blood sugar to one forty one six st or even two hundred people are not aware of the damage being done to the Kennedys and the their heart. Because they don't feel it. You don't feel high blood edge sugar like you feel knee pain he no. It's really like the the frog in the pot on the stove. Heat it very slowly. The FROG has no realization that their he's being he's being killed slowly rain. That's sort of our situation as we eat. And we incorporate these foods at present over a one hundred million people have prediabetes. They've been told over and over the leading cause of type. Two diabetes is eating excess sugar and flour but they continue to choose muffins and bread over meat vegetables. And good fat. You Know Teresa as I. I was reading the book the Case Ace against sugar by Gary Tabs. I found a little excerpt that I thought was appropriate for this Topic and he says as we become e- ever more insulin. Resistance and glucose intolerant as our blood sugar gets higher along with our insulin levels. As our blood pressure elevates and we get fatter we are more likely to be diagnosed as diabetic and manifest the diseases and conditions that associated with diabetes. These include not not just heart disease by Gout Cancer Alzheimer's and a cluster of Western diseases. But all the conditions typically perceived Lebed as complications of diabetes such as vascular disease lead to strokes dementia and kidney disease retinopathy linus cataracts plaque deposits and the arteries of the heart Leading to heart attacks or the legs and feet leading to amputations neuropathy all of these are are connected to how much sugary eating. Yeah and you think sure. It's just so innocent. It's so sweet and simple and delicious. Yes yeah it's so true that we continue to choose these processed foods over meat vegetables and good fats. And it's very unfortunate that these kinds of foods those processed foods foods are so addicting to most of us. Maybe not everybody but I would say the good majority of us as humans. We see him. hardwired hired to pick sugar laden foods over vegetables and of course the food manufacturers are keenly aware that a product will sell better when sugar was added to it so for example think of pickles even dough pickles. That don't taste sweet. If you go to the grocery store and you just kind of pick up a jar of any major braniff pickles. You'll usually find sugar or high fructose Corn Syrup in the label. Isn't that crazy. Yeah it's crazy because this isn't a sweet food so it makes makes you wonder. Is this how we build brand loyalty. is it that there is just enough sugar. Maybe we don't taste it. There's just enough sugar there to tickle our brain because we know it so addictive And there's other foods like that too. I mean just go through the aisles. We have spaghetti sauce or peanut butter. You know those those those hidden sugars that overtime it all build up and people will say well. It doesn't taste delicious and I to switch to these brands at don't Chagrin. I'm I'm like if you give your your palate two to three weeks. He'll switch over and you don't have those addicted. Pay a taste buds. So there's so many books and excerpts telling people oh how to eat their way back to better health but there are also a lot of mixed messages with unrealistic expectations so often people will say if the excerpts if the experts spurts can't agree. I'll just eat whatever I want right most likely. It's something high in sugar. It's a cop out really really and it's just a really nice excuse for us not really whatever we want right. Well the experts category. So why don't we just have the sugar. Yeah it's a justification honestly that we we can just eat whatever we want to eat because if they can agree. I'll just whistle. Pass the graveyard. 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Parenting Lessons Learned in 2019

Parenting Roundabout

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Parenting Lessons Learned in 2019

"Today we are quickly talking about parenting lessons learned in two thousand nineteen or something that you did right in two thousand Nineteen Katherine. Do you have anything for us. I mean I don't know that I can take credit for this but My daughter really did a good job with the whole college application process and I did not really have to do much. I mean I. I read an essay and I took her on a trip But other than and she really handled it and so I'm that was. That was a really nice thing to win. Yeah Yeah I hope it continues smoothly. Yes to see Friday's episode on things. We're looking for twenty twenty and there. There will be Italian. I believe when we get to that point Terry you well I guess a lesson I learned was to back back off a little bit on the kid. job-hunting front both. My kids were fairly steadily employed this year. My daughter water has had had the same job it she got a job the year before and has kept it all through this year and his liked it very well and it's been growing and it's been going very good to happen. I'm worried about her but might my son has to really steady employers good jobs for him but they sort of lay him off over the winter and so every winter I get this each to find him something else. Find Him something fulltime to go to go to it and you know what that didn't work out when we've done it and really it's okay. He when he's laid off his other things he has the food pantry which is a really good place for him to work and the other jobs come back. I may have to Nag a little bit but I think I've learned that it's just okay to let it be what it is in one of those jobs. If the other jobs go away then we start looking for something else. But I don't have to constantly Lebed on job hunt alert I can just ask and just let it be so. That's I'm going to try to learn that lesson and keep it in the new year and I hope that his employees Tempur both my kids employers will work with me on that by like keeping jobs. Uprisings that number one. I don't have to be feel the constant brushfire look for something and don't have to constantly be putting my kids in a position to be rejected because I couldn't leave well enough alone GonNa Need I. I think I've learned to leave well enough alone. We shall see But I would like to learn that yeah and I mean I guess this past year was boy. It's been a lesson in patience and perseverance in helping your kids achieve their goals. Both of my kids. We're able to successfully achieve a major goal in their life but it took a lot of patience and a lot of perseverance. And that's something that I typically don't have a lot of patients perseverance. I'm I'm I can do if you know I I see that there is like the end of the tunnel I you know it was a real test of my ability to just sit and wait things out and not get anxious Che's than not you know because both situations they were waiting to hear back from a school and which would will ch- will define their future basically the how Russia no pressure that is so hard and it's just it was just a year of like just hurdle after hurdle after hurtling Erta like going you know being able to to complete all the steps required for entry into what they wanted so It was insist a huge lesson. Just waiting it out

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Germany Is Next In Line For Political Upheaval

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Germany Is Next In Line For Political Upheaval

"Germany next in line for political upheaval. The future of the country's ruling coalition is in doubt after the newly elected leaders of the Social Democrats amounted fresh concessions from. I'm Angela Merkel's party. It raises the prospect that Koby Elections in Germany and twenty twenty can learn more now from Stephanie. Bolson correspondent for the German newspaper Duvets. I'm I'm Stephanie. Thank you for joining US little more about these new leaders of the SPD. What he's they want? Well what is very interesting about these new leaders that it Me personally will not be an exception saying that. I have hockey ever heard the names before. So it's not about a eskin ZENDA SASKIA ask Simply a cold and they They came out of the blue so there was a very long process in among the membership to see who would now follow analyst. She was the leader of the mind was very unpopular and actually unto Saturday evening. Everybody was thinking that it would be That the new leader would be We'll have shorts the incumbent Finance Minister and then these two came kind out of the blue and and then won the race. Why do you think that happened? If there was an expectation that it will be a relatively well known relatively mainstream within the Party auty candidate why. Why is this happened If you look at the polls in the membership of the SPD. The majority of membership wants Serb leadership. It's now for the first time dual so it's woman and a man who are more or less leaning the SPD. A membership is very very unhappy about the the costs that the party has gone for many many years they have been in a coalition with a CD you Since two thousand seventeen were inequality before so we have actually seen almost ten years of a coalition between the two big parties and memberships things that Angela Merkel has basically Louis Take away the whole profile of the PD. So all the left leaning politics like minimum wage Gay Marriage image all these things socially progressive but also economically progressive has been Well to the benefit of Mackerel and the junior partner now who the. SPD's has been such a long time has really lost profane and it was every election. Pilings have gone down. Isn't it always as the way though in coalitions that the junior partner doesn't get much of what they want. Yes it is very much a movie scene that in Britain for example with a coalition between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats between twenty and twenty fifteen a lot of the policies were implemented. Were actually ideas by Liberal Democrats but the Conservatives as the biggest party will always very successful to say. Hey that was our success and the same has been happening in Germany the problem for the SPD the is though they if they even now set. Okay we are going to leave the government coalition that will probably not be paid back At the next election because is the sense in Germany that you have been voted in. You have agreed to a coalition. You have to take the responsibility if you're now going going away just because of say kind of selfish party folk was reasons. This is a this is unacceptable and therefore they are between rocking hot place Whether they stay in the coalition which is bad or they leave the coalition which might be even worse. The Christian Democrats have been rebuffing these coals to renegotiate negotiate but in the end if they want to avoid elections next year they're going to have to give in on something they might give into something. I mean we really now in the in the early hours they say nothing room for maneuver and Knowing Angela Merkel she will try to find a way that they may be renegotiate associated some social policies some tax policies that The new as Padilla ship can can get out of this face saving. But as I said before I don't think it's a good option for the SP to cause breakdown of the coalition German business community has reacted already. This morning has set The Cook what isn't government should stop navel-gazing and look at the challenges of the future like digital modernism modernizing gem in digital he'll systems Looking for more progressively into climate change or climate protection and not being so self-focused. So I think both parties have an interest to solve their Their their frustrations and that they are the rows with each other because they will both suffer the pulse. Angela Merkel has already said that you weren't contest the next federal election though it sounds like at this rate had time office maybe ending little sooner than we may have thought it might be the case again if you I think it's something like seventy five percent of the German public says they do not want the coalition to To to end they wanted to continue until September. Twenty twenty one when there is the next regular election federal election and also the WHO does. It's not have any well not strong interest in a in early poll nutty election because they have problems with to decide who they actually really want to run as the successor of America. So they have unagreed come cannonball. WHO's the common defense secretary? And she's also the leader of the city but she's highly unpopular. Actually only two weeks ago. There was a party conference by the CD where she offered to resignation. Because the tensions are so high in the city you so the the city was not ready either to fight a election campaign and therefore I think at the end of the day none of the two big parties has any interest to to eleven addiction. The only party. That hasn't a party that has can have a reason to go funny action at the Greens because the Green Party has the best pulse for a very long time. We were discussing earlier in the program the change in leadership in the F. D. Party as well and you would have thought that those in the political mainstream wouldn't you wanted to create uncertainty in the risk of election at a time when the FDA is trying to build support. Well the I if t is certainly Louis very popular and especially in East Germany but the decision The new leadership now off the AFDC which is even more right-wing sinophobic Lebed leadership. The I mean that remains to be seen how many people continue voting for the AFDC having in mind that the leaders are well. Outspoken Anti antisemites. SINOPHOBIC I think it's because until now the AFC also got a lot of protests voters and. I think those people will think twice if they would want Want to vote for this kind of Party A. Stephanie Balsam. Thank you very much

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What Businesses Can Learn From the Collapse of Civilizations

Odd Lots

16:34 min | 1 year ago

What Businesses Can Learn From the Collapse of Civilizations

"Tracy. do you remember the episode that we did was not long. After after the two thousand sixteen election at the time and maybe still is one of our biggest most popular lots ever. Oh It's definitely one of my personal favorites and it was one of the earliest odd lots episodes as well right. I guess maybe at the time being the biggest at the time is not saying as much but nonetheless it was very popular we talked to an archaeologist about civilizational collapse right not just any archaeologists though one who has been called at various times the Real Life Indiana Jones right so I was like right after the election and of course like half the country was really freak out you know have the contrary probably thrilled. They have the country that was really freaking out was very interested in this idea like what is the end of civilization looks like look like because because maybe that's what we're seeing now right and so we brought on an expert a literal expert in the end or collapses of civilizations right and so very all the ominous signs. We walked through it. He's an expert on the collaborative the Mayans and you know what parallels if any there are between then and what we're seeing in modern society in the US that's right well. We haven't back that. It's very exciting exactly so we are once again talking about collapse ups and ancient civilizations but our guest this time he's been doing more work lately specifically on like parallels to kind of the business world and sort of taking theories from management and economics and applying them to see what parallels between that and again the what causes an organization to collapse so I find this really interesting because at the moment in particular you have a lot of hand wringing over what's going on with the big tech firms and of course for technology culture is such an embedded aspect of a tech firm and so people are talking about whether or not those tech firms arms are maybe not going to collapse. Although I guess you know there's a question mark over things like we work but whether or not they're heading for hard times and how that culture her is feeding into that in even if you don't get outright collapse like this idea of sort of endemic cultural problems that lead to rot I think is a really important phenomenon across all kinds of businesses beyond tech like just think about banks and or think about a bank like wells fargo that has headed numerous fines and scandals handles over the years despite the best ever to management to root out all that stuff it should extraordinarily difficult it seems to undo the rot that can form inside a complex organization right so how does that culture how does that organizational structure within a company actually impacted business and how does it change over time and what can we learn from the Mayans to preserve the robustness of companies all right so without further ado we wanNA bring back for a repeat performance on odd lots of Arthur demerist. He's the Ingraham professor of anthropology director at Vanderbilt Institute of Mesoamerican Archaeology Arthur. Thank you very much for joining us. Hi Oh yeah I'm. I'm happy to be on here. You know this is an audience that I think matters so. It's it's good to be on here. I have one quick correction though the collapse stuff it's got little with trump. I've been doing this since eighty nine and it's it's been building lowly and then in the last ten years all of a sudden. I'm in great demand everywhere to give talks so right I didn't that you just started jumping on the collapsed bandwagon. I do think that helped explain the interest at least that there I think it's the stuff that I worry worry about is more serious as the information technology people and business people and of course the global warming issue issue and but there's really I was surprised that's one reason why I'm doing this that the interest was was coming from beyond academics and from people who can actually make a difference and so I sort of shifted over to communicating on in these kind of venues and then I learned that business the strategic management theory partnership theory these things work really well on looking at ancient civilizations ends and so you know me and my collaborators who one of them is an expert in strategic management. I became a feedback cycle. You know where we're a providing information. We're trying to we have articles submitted to business journals and on the other hand we're using that for my archaeology journals right who try to explain collapse although I'm getting some flack on that so great businesses bad. It's evil capitalists like you guys so thanks so Arthur maybe just to begin with. Can you walk us through the parallels between a society like the Mayan civilization and what we see in business today a while well I will. That's my that's a book but AH civilizations people don't think they sorta like a bunch of people who kind of do the same things civilizations at their core networks. They're primarily political and economic omic networks because the ideas and the region the idiot that's tradition that continues even after collapsed so on but their networks and the political and economic mkx networks or you know as today are always almost inseparable so you start to look at why whole networks can collapsed and then how responses are because most collapses don't happen the governments corporations whatever their problem problem solving institution so there are responses and you can see which ones succeed or fail and of course that leads right into the kind of theory that everyone is doing in management strategic management investment. I mean you guys are in the channel in the prediction business business which is what I'm kind of into so a lot of that applies a lot of the same thing partnership network where using it to explain the relationships between cities economically and trade and politics and then ways in which those go bad and you have basically Lebed the equivalent of bankruptcies before we get into like I want to like really sort of a pull on some of these read sier and the similarities and how you can use management theory theory to understand archaeology and vice versa but before we dive down into that Tracy mentioned in the intro that people call you the real life Indiana Jones and so just to set the scene a little bit more like you're a real archaeologist in terms of what people have in their heads or you go to some remote location and you squat down down a lot and you dig up dirt and you look at stuff probably mostly pottery and things like that. I'm guessing just talked to us about what you've been up to a little bit in terms of your day to day life since the last time you appeared on the show. Well you know what I the Indiana Jones thing. I don't mind it. I used to not like it. I was told that once by Harrison Ford and that I discovered that it's good for business you guys know about that. It'd be so flattered if Harrison Ford Comey Indiana John's yeah. I'm sorry it helps to get the port but I do exploratory archaeology. I accidentally started working during the civil war in El Salvador as a graduate student and because very few people crazy I ended up being one of two archaeologists and then finally just one one and I had a whole kind of country to myself that was not much explored and I discovered it led to a very accelerated career and so ever since then I actually go to those areas where nothing's been done before or very little and I do explor- exploration ration- and then we do large scale multidisciplinary projects and that's the part. That's not like the Indiana Jones thing I mean you don't like you know read the gifts and kiss the girl grown shooting guns and all that I mean it's always and ninety percent of ninety but I'd say sixty percent of his lab work but we study ancient cities and right now so my entire project for the last twenty years is studying an ancient economic network that holds together and we're following. I mean we're literally. The research design is we do neutron activation other analyses. We discover that pottery jade or obsidian volcanic glass is coming coming from another place so we go and dig that place and then we dig we see about that. We saw we've we've actually covered thousand square kilometers but it isn't just the usual region or we are following an economic an economic network so there's I mean we do have we do dig lost cities in the jungle and we do have shoot outs with the bad guys and open terms and all that but that's just you know that's just what you have to do to get started then it becomes essentially the study of economy politics and sociology. IOS y'all of of cities and regions and networks as that works gotten bigger. It's gotten more and more parallel to contemporary the economic networks and multinational corporations so talk to us about what you've discovered because you know I remember a little bit from the previous previous episode but the Mayan Civilization was quite unique in in many ways and I remember you were talking about how they developed. A big trade network where goods were distributed attributed all over the jungle. What does that have to do with modern corporations or the modern economy well in again academic damage there. There's an I've learned that there's a great range of business theory and academic strategic management theory and so on is is probably a a little different but they're break their studies then lead to you know. CFO's reading about it and lead to something else but one of the things that they've been talking about for a long time it's just an example community networks which would be like the EU or even the Western economy where you have partnerships ships that are based on multiple partners. They have an ideology that they develop and business practices have to be within a range of legitimation. Shen and all of that and those kinds of community networks are very tight. One is what was developing in the jungle between all these different cities and then it stabilized and there was great wealth but just as today when when you read the journals about innovation network those are very profitable affordable but that kind of slows and they have a tendency to fall behind so then you have some firms or in this case city eighty states that make breakaway networks which are very high risk It's very much like the initial trading with with China. You know which is a very high risk but very profitable it. There's high high games but there's a high risk for seeing right now. In dealing with cultures societies economic systems that have a different ethic they'd have a different economic culture and reading about that that is exactly exactly what happened with this great city state conquest they were they were the big center for trade up city and all sorts of things coming from the highlands the Maya Economic Network that was so successful this community network all interacting with each other very stable started order to have a lot of problems and the rulers and the nobles of the city farther south made a decision to kind of turn away and it was very surprising I mean in terms of today it would be like China and given transport more and they started trading with long distance partners in other areas forming warming. You know initially. It's like die attic relationships that they say that it's just you know one city with another city. It doesn't have the stability of a multi partner network doc they were they in forty years they just boomed into this incredibly wealthy center and there was this giant like Venice this giant got purely commercial non non territorial kingdom and it then crashed and the whole story is just just just just like stuff out of you you journal so Arthur. How did how did Konkan managed to sort of differentiate itself from the rest of the mind civilization because often when when people think about big companies big multinationals. There's a lot of conformity there and there's a sort of Oregon organizational structure that encourages I guess cohesiveness piece of Ness. You're not necessarily rewarded for taking a risk and going off and doing something completely different. Conformity tends to be rewarded. So how did this particular city city managed to break away well again. This is where this is where the theories coming from a management schools really help you know there's institutional entrepreneurship where Oh you have entrepreneurship but it changes it changes the game playing a different game and that's one thing people don't realize it is very high risk and these these rulers were not stupid. You know they would make these innovations and scary part about responding to collapse is that they would do the right thing but but it would usually fail because of this legitimacy because both the consumers and the other firms. Let's say would would not buy into it. Give me what's an example okay so when you say they did the right thing when confronted with the risk of collapse but it but it didn't work it failed what specifically given given example of okay. Here's give an example of what you're talking about. Well I again. You know there's I'm just written something on four gift front. Using strategic man with my colleague I collaborate with a an endowed chair in Strategic Management Management and and conquest in for example. I can tell you about four four other states we just wrote on this but in Quinn but decision was to first shift away in terms of their trading partners and what happens when you have throughout history when you have new trading partners there's these risks and stuff but new ideas come in not just products but new ideas about structuring your own economic economic system and when my of conquest started trading with Mexican states that were far away and had a more market oriented economy every time they added a new trading partner the structure and Economic System at Colin Quinn changed and one of the things is this vertical integration. They were shipping stuff out you know in and out they were import export then they started instead processing it for stage processing which of course increases the value and then there was shipping it out semi-processed and then later later they started whole new industries in the production of jade and again preliminary stage not the final product talked about sort of free forms and and they did it. They started doing mass production. I mean just you the largest jade workshop ever found in the Americas and so you see these business ideas coming in and again this study's business architecture you see it in everything you see the palace changing from a great royal residence over forty years as eight reconstructions to a giant almost.

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"lebed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Alex Raza and John says, guys not complete until the disaster. So this has been your wakeup call hand on the news is now. Handle on the news. Could I also calling on this congress to repeal and replace Bill Handel? And now here's Bill Handel. All right. Here we go. It's friday. Good morning. Everybody Handel and the morning crew. First of all, a Hello everybody. There's Tessa but Anna in morning. Good morning. A friend of mine has said, I'm done asking Jennifer Jones, Lebout. What's on her shirt? So I'll start with you Tessa. What's on your shirt today? This is actually a sparkly Luce. Lebron Lucia LeBron Mexican wrestling unnecessary by. Yeah. Out of Lucia Louis Lebed fight. Wait. What? Absolute shot, Lebed fight. Okay. You know that where you bought it. I had at. Don't go to one of those. Okay. Now marshals. Okay. My favorite. Nielsen Badri brought me to one really. It was a Lou Lebed fight for those you don't know what Lucia Lebed is those Mexican wrestling matches, which everybody has a mask, so you don't know, who's who and they take the entertainment value, the ridiculous value that you normally see in American wrestling to an entirely new level. So the one that Neil took me to was a dwarf Lucia LeBron a fight where all of the wrestlers were dwarfs hugely popular crowd, screaming. As bonded over that bonding we blinded. Yeah. They have to hold those in arenas, where the seating is above the ring as opposed to where the ring is up. And you're good point. I don't remember. I don't think so. I think it's a normal ring the whole in like a garage. Well I'm talking about now. They're wrestling rinks that they make in old warehouses. No, they're legitimate. But it looks like it old garage. The exposed wires the extension. Cords are the main chords, anyway. So test is here today with us. Well, Jennifer Jones Lee probably still trying to get on southwest flight. She's starting that she was supposed to get on yesterday. All right. There's Wayne morning. Good morning, and there is Alex mining John Ramirez and morning. Do I want to point out today? It's going to be talking about the Hyde amendment at seven o'clock. Joe Biden, just reversed himself yesterday. Boy, you talk about it. Oh, no. It's not about politics. Absolutely not is because I believe in getting rid of the Hyde amendment. A fact about the Hyde amendment that nobody knows. Oh, yep. And it's personal and it's my connection to the Hyde amendment. Nobody knows what that is. And you won't know until seven o'clock and you to go. Wow, really. Oh, yeah. It's not one of those manufactured tidbits that I have a tendency to do. That, you know, the sort of BS teases, right? Coming up my leg amputation. That's scheduled for next week. Not true. But the this issue about the Hyde amendment this factoid. Absolutely true. So we'll be doing that later too. Oh, god. We have a fair amount..

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More UK Voters Want to Stay in the EU, New Brexit Poll Finds

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

More UK Voters Want to Stay in the EU, New Brexit Poll Finds

"A new poll about Brexit is out. The poll finds that more Brits would rather stay in the European Union than Lebed written is due to exit the EU on March twenty ninth. The survey by the polling firm yougov reveals that if a referendum were held in the UK today, forty six percent would vote to stay in the union. Thirty nine percent would vote to leave the poll of over twenty five thousand voters commissioned by the people's vote campaign, which spearheading push for. Oh, second vote on

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Thirty Three Billion Dollars, Three Years and Five Years discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:24 min | 3 years ago

Thirty Three Billion Dollars, Three Years and Five Years discussed on BBC World Service

"Underway whole families being floated to safety abyss left stranded and forced to wait on roofs for rescue most of the damage is a few hundred miles west of tokyo in japan's hiroshima prefecture hit by high winds rising river levels what japan's meteorological agency has cooled unprecedented rainfall the us secretary of state mike pompeo stressed that there will be no let up in sanctions on north korea until got rid of its nuclear weapons mr pompeo was speaking in tokyo after talks with his japanese and south korean counterparts the economic sanctions and the continued enforcement the world will see continued enforcement actions by the united states in the days and weeks ahead and i'm counting on those other countries that are with me here today another's around the world to continue to enforce the sanctions and while the enforcement of sanctions will continue until denuclearization is complete mr pompeo said he was encouraged by the progress made during his recent to d visit to north korea officials in pyongyang had reaffirmed their commitment to denuclearization he dismissed a north korean statement that the stance taken by us negotiators was gangster like and not constructive you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc the president of nicaragua daniel ortega is again ruled out early elections as demanded by opposition protesters who want him to resign mr arteaga told a rally of his supporters the rules set by the constitution would not be allowed to be changed by what he called a group of plotters sudan has taken a further step towards ending almost five years of civil war was the announcement of a power sharing agreement president salva q will reinstate the rebel leader react machar's is first vicepresident final details of yet to be agreed and further talks brokered by regional powers are to be held in the coming days mr key or sacked mr machar in twenty thirteen accusing him of planning a coup tens of thousands of people have died in the ensuing conflict the general synod of the church of england is due to vote later today on a proposal to disinvest from any company that's not aligned its business plan with targets set out in the paris climate agreement the churches an investment for folio thirty three billion dollars martin bashir reports the motion is supported by the former archbishop of canterbury lord williams who says this is an opportunity to encourage society to take control of an issue which threatens to overwhelm us but it is strongly opposed by the church commissioners the body responsible for investment strategy and the bishop of manchester david walker who said it was better for the church to use its influence as a shareholder of major fuel companies like exxon mobil rather than disinvesting the vatican's first order to general lebed maloney says criminal charges against them of being withdrawn mr maloney was appointed by pope francis three years ago to investigate vatican finances he resigned following a church police read on his offices bbc news.

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"lebed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is betty lebed's first album on a major label in thirty years it's all dylan and it's called things have changed betty levette joins me now from the studios of wb geo and newark new jersey is lavar welcome to the program thank you and i'm glad to be with you so i should actually begin with full disclosure here i am a bit of a bob dylan obsessive and i'm quite certain that most of these songs that you've chosen won't be familiar at all the people who aren't dylan gigs like me they're not the old iconic dylan anthems or chestnuts for the most part at least why go in that direction choose direction i didn't have any relationship with songs before which is a very good thing because they weren't being changed at all to me the way that i heard them and as i've been telling people when they say that word cover well kind of insulting to me because that worked on him so hard and all you have to do to cover a tunas listen to the record and just repeat it but when you are interpreted song you have to find your own way into it and find your own meaning and with bob dylan at was quite short understand what he meant before i could say what i've seen you described dylan's words as not being pretty you say they're more practical or they're more logical explain what you're saying there and then pros and i didn't find anything really free per say about the lyrics i did find some pretty melodies though so i saw the presentation of the lyrics like in emotional yours and found things that i hear four never heard from bob come come baby.

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"lebed" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Webbing demoing rub andy what's seller g with then yet commended annette levy we are who was in the second who still working as a journalist with lebed aseel that was me second lee rubbed renewed versity to cover the administration building as a whole neither looking for garbage tends to bury kids we did too back to let's run the cups went forward is arresting people inside and you have to understand that the police is not supposed to enter university because he did and that's why it started the sociologist michel via volker in the heart of the left bank told me what it was like in the streets around the cafe where we were sitting because absolutely not a revolution that wants to gain political no i remember for instance one night we were in the street in front of ministries seducer we're almost open to nobody we could have getting very easy nobody at the idea to get into ministry and to the poll it was wonderful not far away near the luxembourg gardens is the cafe tour known and territory where the barricades went up and tear gas hung in the air for weeks mccart later to become queen of the agony odds was a young american working in paris at the time fortunately the cafe tonal was not very far from the hotel where i lived i'd never been able to get there there was no transport there were no lights there was nothing it was a relatively quiet warzone on the world watched in wonder stephen fay was writing comparis for the sunday times for six weeks it was a journalist green the editors in london couldn't get enough of the story it was fairly clear from the beginning that the students and the workers were not going to combine the students were to grant in the workers mistrusted him an anyway the work has had different objectives they weren't interested in a revolution they were interested in higher wages not unreasonably being traded indeed the young radicals went to the taste of the communist led unions who eventually did a deal with general the goals government one the old man had to accept to put an end to the strikes but not before the left bank was torn apart against in see the old stones there were standing on the old cobblestone.

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"lebed" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Webbing demoing rub andy what's seller g with then yet commended annette levy we are who was in the second who still working as a journalist with lebed aseel that was me second lee rubbed renewed versity to cover the administration building as a whole neither looking for garbage tends to bury kids we did too back to let's run the cups went forward is arresting people inside and you have to understand that the police is not supposed to enter university because he did and that's why it started the sociologist michel via volker in the heart of the left bank told me what it was like in the streets around the cafe where we were sitting because absolutely not a revolution that wants to gain political no i remember for instance one night we were in the street in front of ministries seducer we're almost open to nobody we could have getting very easy nobody at the idea to get into ministry and to the poll it was wonderful not far away near the luxembourg gardens is the cafe tour known and territory where the barricades went up and tear gas hung in the air for weeks mccart later to become queen of the agony odds was a young american working in paris at the time fortunately the cafe tonal was not very far from the hotel where i lived i'd never been able to get there there was no transport there were no lights there was nothing it was a relatively quiet warzone on the world watched in wonder stephen fay was writing comparis for the sunday times for six weeks it was a journalist green the editors in london couldn't get enough of the story it was fairly clear from the beginning that the students and the workers were not going to combine the students were to grant in the workers mistrusted him an anyway the work has had different objectives they weren't interested in a revolution they were interested in higher wages not unreasonably being traded indeed the young radicals went to the taste of the communist led unions who eventually did a deal with general the goals government one the old man had to accept to put an end to the strikes but not before the left bank was torn apart against in see the old stones there were standing on the old cobblestone.

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James Comey on Trump: "I think he's morally unfit to be president"

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

James Comey on Trump: "I think he's morally unfit to be president"

"Yes we got the situation is also very bad timing for the government i mean you've got london elections where the country's overwhelming it's not the bbc back in ethic minorities but using these silly meaning black voters in london it'll be rightly and understandably annoyed at the government i do not understand why this continues being issue they could take it away in an absolute classic off is not fit for purpose isn't it i mean weeks ago situation where we sort of story after so we see the tabloids about someone who's being a murderer rapist from from east from eastern europe or wherever who's here and can't be deported because of family reasons and then we're going to deport laura abiding taxpaying citizens fifty years on token heart was absolutely on the nose with this when he said the computer says no because i think that's fundamentally what it is just some bureaucratic red tape process which is now being hit as a choke point ami's oxley that was him being very sweet to his friend and ally should've literally being shut off before it even started the mini it did come to light cut the head off and does what she said something obviously international lebed's overnight the former director of the fbi the man for james gave the man who was sacked by donald trump he has given an interview about his new book that's out tomorrow and a credibly damning it is and he has said that he believes that the president donald trump is morally unfit to be president if he's this is incredibly damning now is publicizing a book trump's allies have come out fighting saying well there is proved why this man was unfair to be the fbi director what are you i've in national i'm looking forward to reading it smart some friends of mine ever in the states who are in various departments and agencies speak have said the comey wasn't bash light anyway wasn't well light amongst his colleagues to a certain extent allegedly well again for various different reasons which i think will become perhaps a little more evidence in the book tomorrow when it's actually released having said that i think like you and i said earlier i think the greatest revelations are going to be the ones that you use the sound bites and.

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"lebed" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The shot but the extra attacker george w is the six guy all the ice once yara lock what lebed's was shot bites of ours that would have wrought around the boards and maybe got all the way out to the blue light if it wasn't forever early standing in a way of the missed shot from there's marks term can't go post the pope's quickly and up before ever lee settles the puck down after it hits of he puts at all by the blockers side of the swedish netminder and the islanders gave of the game at three with sixty four seconds ago now about that reduce the way we drew it up right everley was the extra followed with the ice when her lock went to the bench reality got a twoman advantage inevitably put it in so three all those who are under a minute to go power play whole officially heloc back in and out reporting time hockey game would think these seconds to go in regulation time pelican what point plays it behind the net looking presume seekers rose all the way through the poor chuck down the right wing wall he's trap covering four trying to take advantage of quarterback he'll thoughts for traffic in the near corner and knock this the crowd at his hands defensive play by quarterback whose thoughts up by foreside to his own little hood attempted hit oh my book sir and now the rookie is down kuna pared back injury on his face in front of a man who beds and a cannot so red hot putter buck put greg he knew that besser was trying to line him up eddie just defensively tried to prevent a hit but the concern now is for brock besser down on his deli in front of the vancouver pledge in a trainer quickly out to look at the rookie brock besser it obvious paid as he tries the hip jack mercado rocked pushes off.

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"lebed" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The disaster plans that would help minimize damage the next blur recovery so like with a hurricane communal days in advance or many many hours that certainly days lebed's go strategically places equipment out there so in case the waterway of the the roadway to get there comes under hein is your radio ready it also suggests this report did that honolulu airport could have as little as four days where the jet fuel but that's been proven correct he said sok ours as you heard the report failed a gunfree a second tank on the property as a matter of fact if they were both built the max is like thirty days wouldn't it be a good idea between may and november if it was always feel to the max that hurricane season right so at least for made of november whereas l gay those tanks are full a few will fuel fool anyway there you go so i don't know where you're america i feel that we are pretty will regret we see this stuff coming uh certainly with regard to hurricane i mean we now see the stuff coming like a month before gets right servier weather all yeah wait a minute here's another one this agrees with me yesterday we were talking about how many alerts receive in the middle of the night of flash floods that arne your neighborhood like you're in hawaii guiding a there's a flash flood warning be who e coli really i'm proud of sleep over here that's like a thousand miles away from me what you're talking about comey one it's in my would i can tell you what's in your owed right now traffic all it's starting to bulk up i got a.

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"lebed" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"When you nailed in you know baseball sport that i play of it i was the i wasn't really good baseball as much as i love it but baseball was these and that whatever's out drug though i saw you facebook page with negligible lebed's colonel but like baseball you know when i was growing up playing baseball you play for whatever team to play four in i usually play like fifty games the summer play a lot actually i should play to leagues whatever and then when those seasons rover get all these tournaments and you i may have changed um now i don't know but back then you will granted like two roster spots where you can pick up two guys from other teams yet to enhance your roster to go and play with better teams so you know a couple of times i was picked up but i'd go and play with these other teams is one of the two guys it was picked up but a lot of times you'd have coaches the at this level forging birth certificates to get a star pitcher you plane eleven twelve or thirteen fourteen th the kids fifteen i mean it doesn't matter you could just keep going and go in and go on and going and there's coaches who fudge yup the draft night in third or fourth grade to see why all basketball year to get the two best players here it is what it is i said but it's reality atr i remember this when out when we were young my mom because that happens they had that these draft night oh end and obviously made we're good athletes and we're gonna end up in different teams she was like it's just one of me my kids are gonna be saved team i don't care if you don't like it area not go to different practices of two different game by going to work to job or are there we go after the always got threat we always on the safety audits nice that must have been also brushed he's up in montana beautiful state will like rusty rusty habeen buddy what's going on god i don't me now hey i am a great he a good man what's up with you all night to watch hey i would you know thinking about the when you know all that charlie cheapening gmc aa and i.

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"lebed" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Know be gene clunky man's any country and he's not just one to one country and ain't path content and is spoken off eating beef don't man and nobody you know if if he'd where they're revaz have without broken loose year but no i haven't seen uh ed reaction from africa lebed asked who moved it okay now enough is enough you cannot should nut men not crunchy view to insult us this way why do you have benefiting from us why we uh of fitting you i jim that way we have providing uh resources for that didn't alleged kind of development and agricultural development so eh dependency tuition that he's gone offside down their rhetoric is that you know i freak out depends on the risks of the war attis five of the truth if africa flew this is brought us to the risk of the worlds just for one year you will see an economic crisis like move i'd be full one yet we'll let's let's just in the last couple of minutes in an media committee lease to assess when you talk about african leaders they are mostly pretty dreadful bunch of people a look at what's at what happened in sudan south sudan the newest country on the planet the as being torn apart by the worst most bloodthirsty corrupt leadership you've had symboblic honda corrupt leadership of mugabe who was a a revolutionary hero turned into a kleptocrats now this some good news in south africa's cyril ramaphosa is a really great guy and he succeeding a crooked a guy jacob zuma so there's lots of questions about african leaders themselves and may be explains what you're upset about and that is that they don't the african leaders dunk take care of their own people they just accept bribes from the west the and that's exactly is it that's what i'm that i'm angry at them then i'm angry i did it backs off done out of trump really i'll mo a yeah because i mean they lose their live goes on egypt uh you know the you'll gotten that you know you think i mean there's been this goes on and that's where my hang guy is had.

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"lebed" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Lebed's more everthing we just stopped and we just look the other way and they did what human beings do which is they went all right well no one's going to do anything about this i'm going to grand my dog and go the airport here well and then all of a sudden it starts a rash of everybody needs a service dog everybody's gotta the service talks with these guys becomes a joke jake says he wants take bringing back east and he says i'll make him a service dog blind in place considerable issue of certificates i mean we can ring flynn his two law they things the there used to be an adage since could win the reason for the rule fail flynn the rule fails and so that should be what it is i won't at this point if we obliterated and boundary of what to switch supposed to be then was just why don't we have dogs cats v blows uh monkeys one just just pick up a knee injury this me that no one's arc is the of the uh of the air what it what case are you working on right now that you can update us on what's i will tell you this one of the things that i commented on that will tell you that working on it but i find your very interesting cases fees in the last couple of days there's been a back and forth between trump banned have you seen this jazz involved this okay so every apparently trump had issued a or one of his lawyers who do shui cease and desist order that i if bad and didn't stop in this all arose out of a block his and by the way if he the author of this book your pretty happy because since this controversy started you blockage number one obama's on the end.

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"lebed" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on WCHS

"Poll a bag then had jones up fifty to forty two was up by eight the grabez poll then uh a day later eleven fourteen to eleven fifteen six hundred twenty eight likely voters had a joan sal forty seven to forty two five points the to see w a b rctv strategy research three thousand likely voters three to over what a fivetime of close to five times a sample over four times the sample of likely voters that was taken on eleven twenty shows judge roy moore up by two points forty seven to forty two now you and i talked about the immediate impact of the allegations against him and the fact that they would hit the other point that were brought up was the yearbook and the fact that gloria allred brought out the year book and after that roy more immediately challenged her and said let an independent expert find out whether that is my signature or not as of to date nothing has happened on that and judge roy moore has pounded on that fact because that is really old that's the allegation with lebed bringing her out to a press conference with gloria allred and promoting the credibility that i knew you and you knew me and this proves it and they used that as evidence and not being willing to go forward to prove that it is his signature on that book which would at that point destroy his credibility the fact that they won't do that and the fact that he keeps harping on it every single day sorry but at resonates to a significant number of roy more supporters fake news well and if you think about the nature gloria allred yes and what she is there to do is essentially but she believes her whole reason for existing is how do you serve a quiet in this case by not proving that by now would you not yourself in fact go out and insist that you verify this year signature so that you can demolish his credibilty at that point you you really do win a ton of credibilty i dunno if you win the election but you win a ton of credibilty and he loses a ton of credibilty how would you not do that how would you not.

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"lebed" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on Harmontown

"Um not going to bring mr t back oh oh i don't think it was mr t that died lebed's apparently uh there was a tomato tower in the garden next to the front door and it it was on this long lake kind of just leash line like a lightweight clothes line kinda thing that was like long enough to let it like explore and play and he unloved tomatoes and he loved walking in circles around the perimeter of tomato towers and didn't wasn't a primate said did not have the thought of doing the opposite of what you've been doing when it gets hard to breathe so it just kept apparently it just hung itself oldest lake and my mom informed me of this i didn't have to come home to it but i did have to hear the story and with definitely the headline was that it was my fault you should've i do like the style choice of ask the question you remember when i rene cabin julia that oh you don't remember well that explains why the cats dead it's kind of a it's a pretty clever attack it's a it's like because it would be like if i do remember she she if she was making it up she book oh straight for her today than you should have done it mother vogue it gives you killed your cat and then she'd reelect should go into a room a four now your defence he could have been dead before she asked you debris you know he could have been there from the day before i don't know when the last time was he i don't remember the time line on think we weren't really guide were not like he'll billy's leg leave our cat out for two days and not know iit was just like it was like a rare saying the like yeah like we weren't eat a it was too but this thing is i i don't remember.

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"lebed" Discussed on The Summit FM

The Summit FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on The Summit FM

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"lebed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I would say that in the case where the end they'd be wasn't meter that's one hundred percent not the cost in this all that feasibility company sauce if they're not buildings that lebed they didn't i think that they lost the they've lost a record stay the apparently had the records for eighteen months i would pay go yeah so for the eighteen months amount of energy outdated twenty five percent of that fall falls under the customer nhs decay twenty five percent of the seventy five percent of its which epa eat along with all of the previous energy that was used in not recorded or save also 25 percent of their demands really works out to about four and a half months absolutely i think that iraq miss you'd have to pay you heard you hear a lot of money that they like the post of meets did you see forty five thousand dollars to a third of twenty nine twenty nine almost thirty one eight forty nine thousand dollars and the woman at the twelve thousand dollars water bill that you never have been dealt with frightening that was that's in get that crazy to pilfer what you'd pay that money all i split when his the town water bill whole yeah yeah when they make in particular have gotten quite nine thousand dollars that you're tend to do with elf upon your anger and yet it or what they're gonna shout doesn't mean they threatened truce that's what they always of course react i think that should be you know not you know coming to things being regulated by his government is gonna be but when you have not read don energy providing for care in areas of the faith and things like that where they're going to impose those kinds of things that she'd be oval overlook by somebody jill i get your ruling appreciate you taken the time maybe i'll saved my house like i don't know i own a my pillow and they voted for trump guzzler keeping here a trump voter coming down hard and the cooperation that you are actually surprised latin america and the colour ernest you can go to four knows that i i'm not i'm someone who thinks that very different people who i don't like pigeonholing people i really dawned detected understantable that are no less that's fair enough look if you get as science airshow if you're fed at night side and gonna.

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"lebed" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Opioid pro concrete here but it just open up you've eric edroma lebed's it did it very long study found that it dates with over here that trump by twenty five that diction crop the drop that in a tank at this number that at numbers actually were years old igf jerry eu at numbers got up if they would you to study i'll be back so what i think is a lack of education and i think that'll suit that we spent the past forty years obesity beefy that that whole story that that you're up with right right no i i just wanted to say one other thing that in the news this week commissioner stern former commissioner of the nba came out and said you know medical marijuana may be the answer for pain and let's let's really look at this we heard a doctor on this show couple of weeks ago talk about the anecdote that they have in colorado and many hospitals for kids that have the eden too many edibles for people with he had too many edibles they are giving them cbd the cannibus die all the non the non version of the t h e another you'll never get high from hemp never ever ever get high from happen yet it has so many incredible benefits as as we know and so when i see on the news that dogs are finding syringes on the street and our are dying from me from the heroin epidemic dirty needles and there are licking and they're not understanding what their licking and they're having terrible terrible attacks were knock him is used to help the dogs now and save their lives i i mean we're living in out this is a real crisis and this is wanted this side benefits of this new green plan to this new emerging green plant that we need to embrace and understand that he could the answer could be waiting for an of our faces it could be rate here and we're not understanding that education yeah i couldn't agree with gordon actually or any study that's u b e again cpds no thc they'll euphoric affects pure medicine or zip barrier rather.

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"lebed" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"lebed" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"As lebed's lost i'm kind of intrigued by how it um house a big screen a a little phone since actually a screen very close to if not a little bit bigger i may be the same size as the iphone a plus but look at this the size of the phone compared to it not a on a a led spring battery life is phenomenal yeah i i i use the um i use the samsun backup so helium to titanium get renamed the helium and helium renamed weren't they the same keyboard another not a k titanium does need route that's right helium i know very intrigued by the g thirty lille the port the tech guy this is a so what our last caller wanted to do is is what we call the words are image backup and if you've used a computer you probably familiar maybe not but it's a it's a handy tool familiar with the idea of backing up the an entire hard drive as a almost he's like a freeze dried package as a single file which can then be whipped back on the hard drive very quickly uh there are lots of programmes the do it it regionally was norton ghost so sometimes he'll call his ghosting the harddrive norman's long i don't think the get nor ghost anymore but there's lots of the duplication or similar programs like as the caller was talking about a krona's true images very popular that's a paid program ease us has a disc clone if it's free there's there's a linic spaced one that you know you can use on any harddrive cult clones tzila.

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