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Belarus' leader of 26 years warns against election protests

Fresh Air

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Belarus' leader of 26 years warns against election protests

"Says his security forces have arrested US citizens ahead of his country's presidential election Sunday, saying Belarus is facing hybrid warfare. NPR's Lucien Kim. Reports. Belarus has already detained 33 Russian nationalists accused of trying to stir up trouble before the vote. Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko, running for a six term, met with security officials in the capital, Minsk. Somebody. People with American passports and Mary Toe American diplomats have been arrested, Lukashenko said. Last week. The Salish Clara if a native Belarussian, who works as a political consultant in Washington, was arrested during a visit home. He denies working for Lukashenko's opponents, many of whom are in jail. Belarussian opposition, which says Lukashenka will use mass vote rigging to hang on to power is already planning protests. Asian Kim NPR NEWS Moscow The

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Beyoncé, Gaga offer hope at all-star event fighting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Beyoncé, Gaga offer hope at all-star event fighting COVID-19

"The biggest names in entertainment gathered for the multi network TV special one world on Saturday as a message of support during the corona virus pandemic I marquees are loaded with the latest Elton John the rolling stones Billy I Lucien Phineas Taylor swift Kacey Musgrave Paul McCartney and Billie Joe Armstrong were among the musicians who joins curator lady Gaga with messages of support during the one world together at home special little saying a change is gonna come Stevie Wonder sang lean on me Jimmy Fallon and the roots joined first responders for their own song of support organizers say one hundred twenty eight million dollars have been raised for corona virus relief efforts most of that was raised before the special through corporate sponsors

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Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:02 min | 4 months ago

Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before

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"lucien" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"lucien" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"You're listening to episode one twenty two of Alexa in Canada. The voice experience. Hey there I'm Dr Terry Fisher. One part physician. One part voiced newscast when big part Canadian and one small part of our community northern voice together. Let's explore how. Boyce technology is transforming our lives north of the border. Let's talk voice hair. Welcome to the PODCAST. Dr Terry Fisher here with episode number. One twenty two and this is a continuation of last week's podcast where I did some live. Coaching FLASH BRIEFINGS. And this is part two of that just before we dive into the content. Though today I want to tell you about a brand new online experience that I am launching. And I'm GonNa tell you more details at the end but just say this right now. If you are getting tired of the same type of Webinar where they can get tedious. They can get boring. There's a lot of people talking and you don't feel like you're really connecting with other people that are part of the Webinar. Then we're going to change that all up. I have created what I think is the very first experience likeness where you have the opportunity to network to talk to actually speak with some of the mentors live U. N. them and this is all happening. May Twentieth. Twenty twenty at the Voice Din the voice Dan Dot Com. So I urge you to check that out. I'll talk more about that at the end but let's get to today's contents so today. I Have Lucien Lou. Back on the PODCAST. If you didn't hear last week's encourage it actually go. I listen to that one. That's episode one. Twenty-one you can access at lax in Canada DOT CA slash one. Twenty-one and Lucian is a piano player and he wanted to start a flash briefing called easy piano hacks to help his audience..

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Flash Briefing Coaching with Lucien Lu

Alexa in Canada

05:01 min | 4 months ago

Flash Briefing Coaching with Lucien Lu

"Let's get let's get to the nuts and bolts here now for this flash briefing. So I know you've had a look at some of the stuff on my course flash briefing formula and so maybe you can tell us like where are you at now in terms of preparing to launch a slash briefing? What have you done so far and and sort of what are the next steps? And how can I help you right? So I've gone through. This amazing course is. Actually you guys can find this election. Candid knows where I found. Terry but on teachable here. This course is amazing. I've gone through a few of these videos now. And a lot of super helpful to to identify like I've gone through module one module two and I'm getting to the point where it's as to record your flash briefing and upload it so it's it's the process of you know now that I have a kind of a little bit of content up ready to go ready to put up a logo and everything but I. I want to be able to find out the last steps. How do I put the says fee? Or how do I put things together? What do I need when he do? I need to all what service do I need? Stuff better okay. So just just to just to recap so So you've done a lot of the prep-work so you've got you've got your sort of your local your icon that's going to be your flash briefing icon. Okay so you got that. That's thumbs up we've got And you've got sort of your what. What's the name of your FLASH BRIEFING TO BE? Have you come up with the name? Right is going to be easy piano hacks brand K. Easy Piano hacks a love it. It's got it's got good You know there's good keywords in there easy piano people are searching for easy piano hacks they got it and then hopefully and have you got your descriptions up as well. The short description in the long description. Have you gone through those yet? Threat those in front of you. I can pull them up. I'd be curious to know what we know. How you describe what your what your flash briefings about in and Inserted the keywords that are in there and and people are going to be reading when they first come across the flash briefing for sure me. Just pull this up here yet developer. Okay so that's the next question so you've got your Alexa developer console as well so for those that are listening in order to get your flash briefing up onto Alexa. You need an Alexa developer account. It's completely free. It's very simple. You just go to that website and And I've links to it through my course but basically you set it up and you should put some information. Select Sold Amazon. Knows who you are. And that is how you're going to actually start to create flash briefing and that's where you're GonNa plug in your icon. You'RE GONNA plug in your title you're GonNa plug in your description and and some keywords and then the next step is once you've got the descriptions and you've got all that information up there then we gotta figure out where you're actually going to host the audio now Lucien being videographer. I know he's got tons of great audio equipment so he doesn't need to purchase anything and So he's got he's got good microphones. I do tell people that I think it's worthwhile investing some decent stuff. It doesn't need to be expensive Lucy probably even talk about that more than I more than I can. But having some decent audio for audio production is going to be critical. What kind of what kind of women are you gonNa be in for this Lucien? Oh Man I've been I've been kind of using So at home how would I have an audio interface connected to my To my computer which is you are Mrs Steinberg. It's your twenty two too but I definitely when I'm when I was recording for Terry. At Voice of project voice we were using zoom h civics which was a pretty popular audio recorder and then allows you to have axel are inputs. You can plug in all kinds of Mites by. Tom Definitely having something. That's that's you know more than I listen to a few of flash free things just just this morning and in the past week and you can totally tell the difference between the tears. The Alexa voice in Canada. Podcast or flash briefing is voice compared to a lot of these other ones. It's like you really want to hear that. Kristy that tax soothing voice it really comes out with a quality so it really stands out when when it's such and such a new thing where this right. Yeah totally got absolutely agree absolutely. I think that's so important. I guess it doesn't have to be expensive. There are there are expensive and I personally. I I basically have a microphone. That costs under a hundred bucks plugged into my computer. And and I've got those recommendations while my course so the audio is good All Right Ed. That description there And so my one sentence description here says a daily panel tips and advice to learn difficult piano music improve your training so light reading in technical ability. Great great so you've got lots of things that people would be searching for in there And then do you have a longer description as well. Have you got to that stage? Yeah yeah detailed description here is if you can develop the patience and perseverance to consistently practice the advice given here. You will be very happy with what you can play on the piano with your improved musical abilities. Our goal together is to play the piano well with passion into to achieve technical proficiency.

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"lucien" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"lucien" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"Briefings and become an authority become a leader in your space and that is exactly what this guests is doing today today. I have the pleasure of chatting with Lucien Lou. Now if you're at project voice recently or if you're if you weren't you may have heard me mentioned this name. Lucien is the videographer that came out with me and help to capture all the content and he was so so amazing at doing an incredible job. He's an extremely talented filmmaker. And if you want to see some of his work now you just go to my youtube channel even putting more and more up there and that by the way is at A. L. E. X. A in Canada dot ca slash YouTube. And that will take you to my youtube channel for a lot of people don't know about. Lucian is not only. Is he an incredibly talented and create a filmmaker? He also is an incredible musician. He is a master pianist and he has been studying piano for twenty years and he online is becoming very well known for teaching piano and by the way his tick. Tock game is through the roof. So if you're looking for someone to to emulate this far as they're ticked off game you gotTA check his Talk Channel. And he'd tells you a little doubt that in fact we're project voice no lie. I'll tell us to tell you the story. But there was a fan encounter. Somebody that knew from Tick Tock. Eleven that story so anyway Again the point of this lucians coming on he wants to start a flash briefing and he's new to this too wash beefing. Roth and I basically coach. I'm about how to get started. And this is a real opportunity for you to listen and be a fly on the wall to some of the coaching that I do when it comes to flash briefings and if you want to be coached by me in terms of how to set up your own flash briefing than definitely contact me as well because I'm considering doing this as a little bit of series here on the podcast all right so let's bring Aleutian and I'm really excited to share this episode with you. So here is the chat with Lulu all right so here we are with the one and only Lucien Lou. Lucien for people that were at project voice. You are no stranger to those people there. Because you're the guy carrying around all the camera gear and doing an amazing job of capturing all the content solution. Welcome to the PODCAST. We have a really cool project that we're going to work on together. Nobody take a moment here. Tell everybody who you are terrier. Really appreciate that. The shout and everything. It's just been super amazing to actually work with the one. And Only Dr Carrie Fisher Terry V as they call him on the streets Stupor Super Amazing. Learn tons of things and I enjoy being. Ll Rock for the few days that we were there. So superseded about flash briefings and who? I actually had a question. As Piano Teacher I teach panel of how can I actually get on this flash briefing How can I make it Alexa skill? Like so many questions as an entirely new person it just completely I do not know anything about flash briefings or waste so who else to go to turvy so awesome. That's that's awesome. So this is this is this is the idea. I think this is a pretty neat idea because what we're going to do is I want to help out Lucien Lesions and awesome guy like I say. He's a big big part of the team. Now part of the Doctor Terry Fisher brand team and election candidates for cells in everything that's going on and Lucien wants to as he said create a flash briefing and this is going to be an opportunity for the audience to listen in and hear about what goes into creating a good fuss briefing in the process in what you need to consider. And what's important? What's not important and how we can do this. So Lucien right now the way things are because I think this is good for people to know. Do you have much of a presence on the voice devices because it's interesting to note people where you're starting from a complete scratch. Man I have no podcasts. Have NO FLASH BRIEFING GROUND ZERO RIGHT NOW all right? But you're on tick tock and I have to say that when we're in Chattanooga crazy you happen to run into a fan that new. Your doc is not true man so so huge style that actually super crazy it is amazing that you guys see that But Yeah Tick Tock. Video is my more my presence. Youtube is grim. And Tick Tock but man. I'm saying like audio being the next thing asked where I wanna be okay. Perfect and being a piano teacher. I mean it makes a lot of sense okay. So here's the so. We got the premise. You WanNA create a flash briefing. You WanNa get on voice so just share a little bit of your thoughts now like what? What do you want this flash briefing to do? What's the purpose of a vast region definitely so Every day I I WANNA be able to give advice to people trying to learn piano and so whether it's a tip that helps that helps you learn how to practice better our sight reading your training. It's something that will help you become a better musician. A tip that allows out of practice. I'll give you an exerciser play. Not In the name exercises everyday. Great Great and Annette's sounds perfect little short little bit little tip and somebody can can go ahead and so one of the things that I always talk about. When I'm thinking about you know creating briefings to help people help helping other people to create by sweeping is what problem are you solving and I that may be self explanatory for this but it sounds like the idea here is. You're trying to help a person who's wants to learn how to play the piano. Be More efficient with that is that is that sort of a fair statement hundred percent on all right and does it matter if they're like a beginner or more advanced person or have you thought about like who would who's going to be geared towards us right so this one is going to be geared toward toward the beginners the people who are jumping onto. Actually this APP called simply piano so many kids are so many new adults jumping into piano are learning from APPS and so i. I don't doubt that they would be the ones to be jumping on board with a voice device take advice and to learn more about Danone and transition from just an APP. Just a game that they play into an actual skill that they have so. That's right where I see appropriate That's awesome and obviously one of the things is you know if they're going to be listening to your first briefing. They wanted. They wanted to be listening to something. That's got some expertise and we didn't say this you have. You do have a lot of expertise. You have the credentials so maybe just share that with us. Like what makes you a guy that can teach piano appreciate that? Yeah man it's So my background. I've been playing piano since I was four. Twenty four years old right now. Seven plan for twenty years. I at age. Fourteen cheese three diplomas in piano. Meyer St Performers Gt Teachers in my global licentious Lennon. College music so it's it's been a huge part of my life and I do have an Asian parents asiapac upbringing. So it's like A. It's kind of like a mandatory right right of passage kind of thing. I really appreciative in super fortunate to this kind of background and I just really want to get back to this community that that where learned from so Yemen. It's Janelle teachings been part of my life is only back. That's amazing. Yeah and I have heard you. If people haven't heard you on your take doc just playing and having some fun By the.

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Coaching with Lucien Lu - Piano Teaching Via Flash Briefing

Alexa in Canada

05:08 min | 4 months ago

Coaching with Lucien Lu - Piano Teaching Via Flash Briefing

"Right so here we are with the one and only Lucien Lou. Lucien for people that were at project voice. You are no stranger to those people there. Because you're the guy carrying around all the camera gear and doing an amazing job of capturing all the content solution. Welcome to the PODCAST. We have a really cool project that we're going to work on together. Nobody take a moment here. Tell everybody who you are terrier. Really appreciate that. The shout and everything. It's just been super amazing to actually work with the one. And Only Dr Carrie Fisher Terry V as they call him on the streets Stupor Super Amazing. Learn tons of things and I enjoy being. Ll Rock for the few days that we were there. So superseded about flash briefings and who? I actually had a question. As Piano Teacher I teach panel of how can I actually get on this flash briefing How can I make it Alexa skill? Like so many questions as an entirely new person it just completely I do not know anything about flash briefings or waste so who else to go to turvy so awesome. That's that's awesome. So this is this is this is the idea. I think this is a pretty neat idea because what we're going to do is I want to help out Lucien Lesions and awesome guy like I say. He's a big big part of the team. Now part of the Doctor Terry Fisher brand team and election candidates for cells in everything that's going on and Lucien wants to as he said create a flash briefing and this is going to be an opportunity for the audience to listen in and hear about what goes into creating a good fuss briefing in the process in what you need to consider. And what's important? What's not important and how we can do this. So Lucien right now the way things are because I think this is good for people to know. Do you have much of a presence on the voice devices because it's interesting to note people where you're starting from a complete scratch. Man I have no podcasts. Have NO FLASH BRIEFING GROUND ZERO RIGHT NOW all right? But you're on tick tock and I have to say that when we're in Chattanooga crazy you happen to run into a fan that new. Your doc is not true man so so huge style that actually super crazy it is amazing that you guys see that But Yeah Tick Tock. Video is my more my presence. Youtube is grim. And Tick Tock but man. I'm saying like audio being the next thing asked where I wanna be okay. Perfect and being a piano teacher. I mean it makes a lot of sense okay. So here's the so. We got the premise. You WanNA create a flash briefing. You WanNa get on voice so just share a little bit of your thoughts now like what? What do you want this flash briefing to do? What's the purpose of a vast region definitely so Every day I I WANNA be able to give advice to people trying to learn piano and so whether it's a tip that helps that helps you learn how to practice better our sight reading your training. It's something that will help you become a better musician. A tip that allows out of practice. I'll give you an exerciser play. Not In the name exercises everyday. Great Great and Annette's sounds perfect little short little bit little tip and somebody can can go ahead and so one of the things that I always talk about. When I'm thinking about you know creating briefings to help people help helping other people to create by sweeping is what problem are you solving and I that may be self explanatory for this but it sounds like the idea here is. You're trying to help a person who's wants to learn how to play the piano. Be More efficient with that is that is that sort of a fair statement hundred percent on all right and does it matter if they're like a beginner or more advanced person or have you thought about like who would who's going to be geared towards us right so this one is going to be geared toward toward the beginners the people who are jumping onto. Actually this APP called simply piano so many kids are so many new adults jumping into piano are learning from APPS and so i. I don't doubt that they would be the ones to be jumping on board with a voice device take advice and to learn more about Danone and transition from just an APP. Just a game that they play into an actual skill that they have so. That's right where I see appropriate That's awesome and obviously one of the things is you know if they're going to be listening to your first briefing. They wanted. They wanted to be listening to something. That's got some expertise and we didn't say this you have. You do have a lot of expertise. You have the credentials so maybe just share that with us. Like what makes you a guy that can teach piano appreciate that? Yeah man it's So my background. I've been playing piano since I was four. Twenty four years old right now. Seven plan for twenty years. I at age. Fourteen cheese three diplomas in piano. Meyer St Performers Gt Teachers in my global licentious Lennon. College music so it's it's been a huge part of my life and I do have an Asian parents asiapac upbringing. So it's like A. It's kind of like a mandatory right right of passage kind of thing. I really appreciative in super fortunate to this kind of background and I just really want to get back to this community that that where learned from so Yemen. It's Janelle teachings been part of my life is only

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Exchange the US with Binance US CEO Catherine Coley

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

08:41 min | 4 months ago

Exchange the US with Binance US CEO Catherine Coley

"You just talk about that path and what you did previously and and how we got here today. Sir Super excited to share this with your listeners. They spend such a devout part of shaping the crypto ecosystem so. It's exciting to ship fan. But I began really as an experiential learner and in order for me to understand things I have to do them. There are auditory learners their visual learners in Connecticut. And I happened to be the last one so I really in order to understand how this world works at a throw myself into situations to understand them and one of the things that couldn't grasp was how the world works and I taking courses etc and always had something in the back of my head that I learned it. Was You know? Follow the money in history will teach you and so the best way to follow the money was to put yourself really in the middle of the largest flows in the world which was the foreign exchange markets and going onto a trading floor. And really witnessing what that was I read a book. Called Liar's poker in it changed my life so I mean that's that's the best way for me to understand how this world works is seeing really what people are identifying as news and what they're trading on and what swings. We're seeing in reaction and how they affect anybody else. So I got my start. On the Hong Kong trading floor at Morgan Stanley covering the onshore Asian currencies understanding that after the Asian financial crisis these countries had restrictions and limitations put on them to safeguard against potential attacks from others. So it was a very unique situation where my counterparts in. New York barely knew the difference between Malaysia System in Thailand system and yet I was super aware of those niche differences that opens and closes distinct their equities markets the the ability of having like an omnibus account versus having to do individual trades. There's another world out. There is really telling to why these economies are developing in certain way so I found it super fascinating and just enjoyed that case and the understanding a real pulse on how the world works but the world was changing so I during Dun Dun Dun during my time I witnessed it one of the jobs that I had was extremely manual. Had to move between a Bloomberg Terminal Reuters terminal and so no matter the automation that provided Skip that step and you just Kinda sat there. Frustrated blind like this is job security. They need me. I'm I'm the rotation of my My Body over here type this. There's something I can create mechanical. Do this for them but You just noticed that there were some frictions along the system. That really helped things back from going to the fully electronic funding we use the word electronic describing things this fast moving back then or now it's all digital so electronic trading was taking off the ability to put. Al Goes in the hands of your customer rather than facilitate a tea or time weighted average going through that on their own was something it was empowering your user or your customer really enjoyed being able to monitor and watch their activity. N- understood that they were getting the best price they weren't having a Middle Man. You know take things off based on how How they felt really And that that was something that we were seeing as a scaring factor on the sell side but an empowering factor when he thought about the market as a whole so I really pushed forward in dug into how electric trading and the fx platforms point be helping oftentimes told slowdown. This is ruining our enjoyable jobs as voice brokers to some extent so When I witnessed all that other Lucien I kept in the back of my head. Saying there's gotta be a better way. There's got to be faster way. I don't want any little girl to wake up and say today. I'm going to type on a Bloomberg terminal and rotate type on Reuters terminal and that's going to be why I went to school and why I continue to wake up every day. So the ability to automate that or make it moving away. Everyone can access. It was really exciting to me. So that's truthfully I think of it as I've been training for the Olympics. Those were the those were the early days that got me to say. I'm fired up about increasing the rates which we can offer institutional quality services down to the individual and streamline the whole process in itself. It boggles my mind. Three thousand people which is still small. That's the amount of sell side. Employees there are in exchange Three thousand people were dedicated to moving other people's money from one place another and ultimately that should come down further and further because moving money from you know pointed point being four axes. It's I don't know that the number of people actually changes is just the medium and the the forum through which these assets are changing hands is going to be different and it will continue to Also changed the Say there is like one person that is facilitating that trade for Hedge Fund. Then they're sixteen people dedicated to that one day. So you've got compliance. You've got your back office. You Bet your settlement team you. And if you can streamline those roles and provide alternatives for people we could have far more fulfilling in motivating experiences in life or for years and so I think there's a lot of those bottlenecks that our customers. They could be eliminated and really give people a sense environment. It's funny twenty. Fifteen was this era of blockchain. Not bitcoin right after crash and the pitch was basically about eliminating cost centers. That was the big thing that all the enterprise players got excited about an alone. Behold another entire market cycle passes in CRYPTO and. I think the reason that the public chains are so much faster aside from just the incumbents move slower by default is that twenty seventeen was all about. I can make a lot. More money with crypto. Right whether it's status you know trading whether it's market making whether it's you know creating an ICO and selling it and liquidating that is a much more compelling reason to adopt a new technology and finance than just we're gonNA limit costs right. It's like the vitamin versus painkiller. Headache get people addicted to like the the ICS drugs. There's a lot of bad things about that addiction. But you're starting to see some of the fruit born in kind of the next market cycle. Where did you come in full time to criticize? So I guess what were the exposure points that before you made the switch and what finally made you take the leap and enjoying ripple in Hong Kong. I'm twenty thirteen. Bitcoin was kind of something you bought on your p. a. just to watch is almost like a plant in your kind of like it's GonNa either grow or it's GonNa die. None of us really have too much skin in this worry about it and the other aspect of it was you were seeing in beginning to see a lot of activity taking place from these self-sided analysts in Hong Kong. One of them being Arner Hayes. It was a good buddy back when he's at Georgia And other people are taking notice so it was. It was triggering the minds of these trader types. Who Getting to see there's real value in what you mentioned the Arab the speculation The ability to to get behind this budding marketplace apply what we already knew from a larger perspective so I kind of had a cheat sheet in seeing the twelfth chapter of the book before the forward was written And so I kind of knew how the book would end in. It would only be a matter of. Did everyone knew that story. Conclusion when Up Story or did they WANNA milk it for a little while because a few of us weren't around in the eighties when markets were roaring. So I took that as an interesting thing but I really jumped in in the summer of two thousand seventeen. I was at Silicon Valley Bank catering. A lot of these texts that were beginning to use bitcoin. As a means of moving money between a places like vima non in wire those are some of the budding names that I was hearing about is like. I'm going to be on the upside of that. I want to be sitting here. Just asking them if they're hedging their effects when I could be helping them move this forward. So that's where I I saw I have linked for ripple and popped up. Asked exactly what I had in terms of my experience. Oftentimes you see something in you got. That's not really aligned. But I'm the one that knows that so I'm GonNa go for

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Coronavirus offers reprieve from air pollution

Chris Plante

04:12 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus offers reprieve from air pollution

"A glowing headline corona virus offers reprieve from air pollution if all the people died and the other was less air pollution the left would be happy to know that they hate people love animals hate people and fire metal experts say the planet is getting a breather from the constant output of pollution by humans as the coronavirus puts many activities by individuals and businesses on hold smog levels in China according to who communist smog levels in China were reduced after factories shuttered during the outbreak there and satellite images show significant drop in air pollution in Italy while the country remains in a nation wide lockdown another very excited fox news was falling for this again today to Rick said about in Venice the city of canals that the water is so clear you can see the bottom it cleaned up just a matter of days it's a miracle is Jesus yeah but it's not it's not a miracle and it's not an act of Barack Obama either they stopped running all the motor boats through the canals which kick their very shallow and they kick up all of those sold on the bottom and so the water is and the gondolas with the big battles in the gondoliers with their straw hats and their structures the big battles that they go about going like this with my hand like I'm on a gondola and they are they kick up the the still turn the stuff on the bottom of the shallow canals so that's why the water always looks dirty now what happened is not like americold has all been put through you know hapa filters something that's apple right happen not hippa Zippos the health laws and have but is the water purifier and and they're off and they're all look a dolphin or porpoise is swimming in the canal and this is so what you can see schools of fish that are always there and you can see them if you look at been to Venice a couple of times and yeah the water is clear because they're all the little really cool water taxis are motor boats they have like car engines in them and they kick up all the soil and the water is constantly being stirred and now for several days it hasn't been stirred so the water looks clear do I have to explain science to everyone but they're pretending it's a miracle of some kind of the water's been purified by some active you know fed tomorrow something it it's nothing of the kind these people are completely ridiculous they will believe anything anything I tell you just an embarrassment an absolute embarrassment and people crazy people are tweeting things like wild earth is recovering Lucien is slowing down water pollution is clearing up if you know if they'd be gears of industry ground to a halt there got big I always talk about how they want to return us to a pre Columbian life style and the green new deal would do that what we're experiencing now is kinda like socialism nobody's working there is no industry there are shortages we lack for the first time in my lifetime and on the left is celebrating it because they're mentally ill they really are so this clown Tom is tweeting wow earth is recovering air pollution is slowing down water pollution is clearing up natural wildlife returning home where to get that one really a way to get natural wildlife for turning up they just they're delusional is like on LSD or something coronavirus is earth vaccine weird the virus see that's the left how long about bin talking about this they despise humanity it's people that they hate here's another one from Forbes magazine study Colin they love their colons maybe their colons are clearing up during this thing too but I doubt it study colon coronavirus locked down likely saved seventy seven thousand lives in China just by reducing pollution we're gonna have to drown a lot more babies than I guess I think that so it's going to have to happen have to happen there that's pretty amazing stuff but a bit dumb tails perfectly with everything that I was talking about here which is they hate human beings they hate

The Bible That Leaks Oil

Thank God I'm Atheist

06:10 min | 6 months ago

The Bible That Leaks Oil

"Well Dan yes does. Have you ever heard of the Oil Bible Lael by Dan Oil? It feels like I should have. Oh goodness gracious Dan. Can we say with the Texas all the whole Jerry Pierce and John Taylor has been traveling? The Nation Dan with the Oil Bible. Okay now let me tell you this Bible when it sort of magically secretes oil. Oh my God right like Ooh from it is clear this oil just flows so gross and they whenever there so apparently part of the the the trick here is the it doesn't actually seep oil when they're traveling only seeps oil at home but people visit them at home in order to encounter the Seeping Oil Bible and They yeah people have attributed healings of course An any pretty much anything you could imagine has been attributed to The Bible It's performing. Miracles is what it is performing miracles. They give away vials of the oil and they've they're growing famous and making a lot of money off the Oil Bible. Well the good folk good folk at let me see. What is this news organization? That's the little local their local news or the Chattanooga Times free press okay because in I. I assume somewhere there in Tennessee in Dalton. If that's a place in Tennessee the town is called Dalton. Okay then the times free press decided they were going to do some investigative reporting. Oh okay so. As any good organization news organization would do so. They started asking around and they got a source at the Dalton. Tractor supply which says that Pierce Right Would consistently go in and and by gallons of mineral okay And but but company policies prevented prohibited him from telling anything more specific than that. But that's pretty. That's pretty damning right there. Yeah so the Times. Free press paid for a series of chemical analyses of the oil that they were giving out the oil that was available at the Dalton. Tractor supply okay. Sure and they sent these analysis or these tests to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Okay that compared the samples and they said that it was the same thing. Oh shocking oil. Petroleum derived and the results quote strongly suggests that oil sample is mineral oil. Just like the stuff for sale. Right okay And then the second test that compared the chemical composition of Pierce's oil to the product tractor supply found a nearly exact match. They're doing mass spectrometry. Is that what they're doing it? The article doesn't get into such thing and using a gas chromatograph. What are they doing? Frank I don't know all right fine. There Ministry though began in two thousand sixteen in the week after Donald TRUMP'S INAUGURATION. And these these two guys So that they had a powerful religious experience As oil began coming out of the Bible. Now these guys are just clearly. Just fucking liars. It's obvious just charlatan right right. They're just soaking a Bible. They dropped a Bible into a VAT of oil one time and then just made a claim about it and then to realize we'll fuck all just just keep doing this and their followers. The people who've been healed people who've had deep religious experiences Are predictably sticking to their guns drinking with them. Yeah even though clearly. It's a fraud. It's a complete and utter fraught. So the the Oil Bible. Let me tell you something. Bats heads new. Here's the thing about human psychology for most humans. It is more tolerable to to believe some to to deal with the cognitive dissonance of believing something you know has been proven true then to change your mind. It's too painful for most people to change their mind and so they would rather deal with being idiots essentially believing something that has been proven false. Yeah well it's you know it's just it's the it's the media. Yeah it's it's Tanic right the devils newspaper Chattanooga Times free press you know yeah. I'm sure that that's satanist. The Lucien Greaves Editor in chief. The Times free press is it good on this local news. I know a great right again. Well done guys. How do they even have any money to do any testing? Probably all pro bono right probably including the reporting. Yes indeed okay. There's there's no money for independent newspapers anymore. That's what we're getting. That's the

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Anytime Fitness Flexes Franchise Development Plans Throughout Ohio

The Small Business Radio Show

10:18 min | 6 months ago

Anytime Fitness Flexes Franchise Development Plans Throughout Ohio

"Of the things that are all worked on now is how to become better leaders unless we can lead a team we can never ever get the leverage build a big profit company my next guest has done just building a company that has over four thousand was in franchise locations in fifty countries chuck runyon is the co founder of anytime fitness an alternative to big box gyms which typically feature expensive frills that few members numbers actually use or need in contrast chuck and his partner designed smaller neighborhood clubs featuring the things members wanted convenience affordability quality equipment and surprisingly presently personal service in a friendly non timothy facilities chuck welcome to the show congratulations on show five seventy one very cool well congratulations relations on four thousand franchises where did the idea come for for anytime fitness well let me say it's actually closer to five thousand miles and he can't you know we believe what you see on the web i'm surprised we just got back from antarctica first franchise history operate on all seven congratulations quite excited about that thank you very much we started in minnesota in may of two thousand and two so you know over seventeen years ago now and so we're the idea come for chuck well my partner and i were in the fitness faith we we own some of the bigger box stores you know those racquetball whirlpools saunas you've and you know they hadn't forty fifty thousand square feet daycares what we realized that most of our members just came in every day and you've cut to the basket in the street equipment and so we wanted to create a more officiant jim that was far more convenient your culture home closer to work in open twenty four hours or members who come in wherever they want we cannot be the business was more of a boutique is jim instead of fifty thousand square feet right we were before two five thousand square feet and it would be located in typical strip mall where you'd find a copy shop a sandwich enrich shopping and dry cleaners and so it was very close to home and work you know we enabled technology to get members twenty four seven access and then we'd be franchising using other people's passion in capital all gro- this around the country back in two thousand two and obviously it's been a wonderful success and the industry continues to grow to in fill at the end of the day just about unlocking you no that convenient for our member it's interesting because we talked earlier this month with rui bukava and he talks about the trends that are coming down the line and one of these talks about is revival all their people are going back to things that were simpler and it seems that anytime fitness is really a simpler time when it was a smaller gym and just like in your home you go work there anytime you you want yeah you're gonna find all the big you know the equipment you find in a big club but in a smaller setting therefore it's more convenient it's more comfortable right it's less anthony and because of our passionate local franchisees right they're going to take the time to care for you help you through the program help you see progress you know make any more enjoyable experience so it's really smaller gym with big equipment and big heart because we care for our members unlike any other fitness out there what's the niche do you think that you feel with anytime fitness compared to some going to a larger club or perhaps someone getting equipment in their home care the coaching connection that that you get with our clubs clubs and so you know everyone needs a little bit of coach someone to nudge them towards proper behaviour someone to congratulate them on their achievements until you get that coaching aspects someone to help educate motivate debate you get someone who cares about you because behavior change is hard you and i both know you know it's difficult to like make a consistent disciplined effort with your exercise or nutrition and and so therefore you just need someone near corner provides education some coaching some carrying and then with some group workouts you know there's a community that fosters in the gym and fill that karen coaching and connecting eighteen phil critical right to help our members achieved the healthiest version of themselves that's why our tagline is let's healthy happen because with a coach and member all right can get that person to the healthiest version of michelle so everyone needs help chuckling things that you always focus on is to help entrepreneurs really become better self-aware leaders emphasis is this a lot because if you're not leader if you can't lead people you're never gonna find a leverage in your business if you're always doing it yourself cracking keep mine over the last seventeen years i've had a courtside seat this small business leadership i have seen franchisees go from one club to now over one hundred clubs and then a few other franchisees who fired to have more but they just can't grow in leverage your business and you are one hundred percent correct it really comes down to how good you are at attracting gene engaging in leading your team and what good leaders understand is you know that leader builds the team and the team build the business right you gotta build with two like surround yourself with really talented people empower them with the autonomy the vision and the resources to grow and you have to trust them and feel better owners who can scale other business they understand they're not in fitness business they are in the people business coletta so critical of your your five lessons one is that mindset matters owners get in tune with your emotions suddenly would say as you gotta check your emotions at the door when you run a small business because it can't be personal i disagree we official filling your muslim the workplace were laughing we're showing love you know it's okay for us to be baltimore and say that we're strasser we don't know the answer so i think you know we put so much energy and time time in the workplace i think it has to be motion because you know we want to engage our team heart every bit of your mind so for us it's okay to cry at work because it works that much too often we're changing people's lives until you know mindset matters you know we're in the business where if you work out your biceps are going to get bigger they're gonna get stronger in mindset there's a muscle just like you're biceps and so you've got to challenge it right you've gotta have my little more weight and you've got to continually practice at it and you have a stronger mindset the one that's more resilient more optimistic doc and you've got to constantly work at your entrepreneur you can't have a week mindset you've got to have a growth mindset and you've got to stay resilient positive and in growing refer to learn more so funny because i tried to years ago where she said listen we're going to get your your body right but you also have to get your mindset right and i didn't understand that for a lot of years to come well we we always say that the body will achieve what the mind believe and as an entrepreneur it's the same thing business will achieve what your mind believable the leader i believe so at the end of the day right leader you can't really afford to many off days you always have to be on for your team you've got to provide the energy and the inspiration and the direction to to be the very best that day so you need to know what makes you tick at a high level like for me i need to get in my morning exercise i also because i'm a bit of an ambivert bert i need a little bit of quiet time in the morning to make sure i am charged up for the day right i need regular feedback in fill and then i also need some type of creative outlet that day top right up my very best lead reporting the weather's writing until i know myself when i know what makes me tick at a higher level i can make sure that put those in my day so i can be the beth leader possible for my team junkie talk about seeking trusted feedback i think that everybody needs feedback there's a couple issues associate that one is who can you get trusted feedback from and they're just not mouthing what you i think they want to hear and how do you know if you should really take it in or just someone that really has an ulterior motive question again another thing i've seen team in the small businesses small business doesn't have a board of directors they have no one to hold them accountable then they need to report to always suggesting to our small owner owner is right even if you have one cluber ten clubs i bill a small board right from within your community from other leaders in the business that you that you respect you'll maybe someone on like a banker that you've done business with or a mentor in another field and again them to get together regularly and and again they're going to help you there kinda kinda be your hands keep your feedback in the business but also give you feedback on yourself are plenty of organizations like peo- or i'm sure every community now has business organizations where you get together and around table setting with peers like yourself knows you know they might be they might be people in marketing they might be those who school and businesses is like yourself in the goal of those groups to give each other feedback to hold each other accountable and and then just make sure you're creating a circle a network of people who are willing to have the courage to give feedback on what you're doing well that's important as well as areas to improve and they don't really have any ulterior motive by telling you the truth right right they don't you know i mean there's no obviously you're getting feedback from the business metrics eugenie feedback from your team but you need some objective outside resources who are not monetarily tied to your business and there are so many businesses any successful leaders in your community who are just waiting to be tapped into who want to mentor who wants to help you succeed and then phil you gotta you can't sit there and wait for people to give give you feedback you gotta go out and seek it you've got to tap into some people who've been there done that are willing to help you more than more than you think about being a better leader is practiced self disclosure and i think those three words are very powerful because one one is i think to really be an authentic leader you've gotta show vulnerability but i think you also have to practice it because they don't have to tell them everything yeah i mean look i think there's great power moldability right there's there's really no learning until you're ready to be vulnerable to admit that maybe you're not good at something you failed at something or it's just not your best work and you need help and once you're willing to admit it once you're willing to seek help data perfect growth starts so this is i david my partner right we are not college graduates we started this idea fifteen years ago but the company is vastly different today right with nearly five thousand units globally i mean in in the times are different right thing about how much we changed here in this digital transformation we've gone over the last decade this company requires a different set of leadership skills and incapabilities than what we had seven years ago so ross finney nonstop never lucien trying to grow and trying to build himself awareness and trying to build new leadership and communication capabilities yeah so we're always trying to learn in fill that that's really the quest for all of us if you know

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Putting Patients First with Sandeep Konam of Abridge

Voice First Health

04:09 min | 7 months ago

Putting Patients First with Sandeep Konam of Abridge

"So without any further ado I want to welcome Sunday. Chonam onto the podcast. Buckle up 'cause this is a great one hey there Sunday. It's a pleasure to have you on the podcast. Thank you so much for being here today. Thanks for having me. It was hoping that you could first off Introduce yourself a little bit to our listeners. Who are you go? Yeah sure so. I'm the CO founder. and CD will. Average average is a healthcare Michigan Company. Based out of Pittsburgh. So won't trying to do is. We're trying to build an intelligent health. Advocate advocate that can help patients become more informed and empowered great. And so your side is really focusing on the patients agents. And I've had some people on the podcast previously talking more about voice technology from the clinician side. So this is interesting a different spin on it. How did you get into this? Uh what's it little bit of your personal background in this sure definitely so. I've been working at the intersection of mentioning and held for almost the past seven years. Losing my diamond carnegie-mellon Iran two thousand sixteen. I got interested in this idea of creating. An oncology clinical trials magic platform with on colleges in patients can easily quickly finding this stuff. Clinical trials for a patient died. So there's been a minimum viable product Tunisians doctors and patients than love the idea and repeat beat but data liquidity integrations with HR systems turned out to be an uphill battle and that didn't feel right patients. Don't own the data forget ownership. They don't even have the access to the data. They cannot really upload it to a service of their choice so abridged what we're trying to do is working towards helping patients capture creatine creek. They don't get the audio recordings if you think about it. These can help in shifting the balance patients by helping cleared the ground rules. Look for the kid so that is going to the grid. I rent from trying to build a clinical magic platform. But I was just busy. Lucien the kind of state of affairs with data not really accessible to the patients so now we are actually helping patients Create and own. They don't need a wonderful and as I said just before that question you know. You're looking the things from the patient side. Obviously so this is really really interesting. So how does this work. Maybe you can tell us a little bit of the history of the company itself and how the platform works with some of the technology behind it. Definitely definitely so Yeah so as I mentioned. It's an intelligent health advocate You Can Security Code Review and share the qualifications so the way it works. Is You don big button in the APP record audio which is encrypted and uploaded to the cloud but for the mission owning processing once it is processed. You can quickly reviewed recordings In clinical concepts highlighted by Amish Mission Ending Pike. Back and you can also keep all the loud ones in the loop by shitting recordings with your friends and family and most of the current expedient is powered by our own in house Michigan leading fight offended the modules separate built over time. Wow there's a lot behind the scenes that is going on. This is incredible from the patients so many questions. That are coming to mind so so that it's clear to listeners. As clear to myself a patient would come in to the to the office or to the clinic to the clinic setting. They would have the APP on their phone phone. They would open the APP and they would hit record I'm assuming they would be asking the physician telling the physician that they're going to record the conversations that typically what is what happens you know. We encourage patients to ask for consent because of the wiretapping laws and whatnot right and and so they begin to record the conversation and they record the whole clinical encounter. It is up to them. Some patients only record the conclusion right adopted recommend something that adopted Action or the treatment plan some patients interested in capturing everything so I think it is up to the patient. They can ause the incontinent between they can continue the resume they come back on the ad so there are a bunch of things they can do without

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Dems silent on Iran protests as demonstrators blame regime, not Trump

Ben Shapiro

03:02 min | 7 months ago

Dems silent on Iran protests as demonstrators blame regime, not Trump

"The hours the days following the revocation of cuts force commander crossing with the sole money reactions were telling about how divide the U. S. political landscape is in this election year many if not most Democrat leaders try to suggest there was a moral equivalency to the Iranian regime and U. S. president Donald Trump there was a suggestion by Democrats that while so many was a horrible person a terrorist responsible for many American and allied lives Donald Trump wasn't that much better because he ordered the killing of an Iranian general on Iraqi soil some leftist offered sympathy to the Iranian people and their leaders on the loss of the revolutionary guard leader awhile many people turned out for the funeral so many it was fairly apparent that in Iran you do what you're expected to do by the state run molars or pay the price some left wing commentators explained it was impressive that perhaps a million people turned out to mourn this butcher they wondered how could Donald Trump have been so cruel and acted so impetuous Lee and Ukrainian plane at that was alleged to have been shot down to the Iran regime killing all hundred seventy six people on board was the result of a **** for tat that was begun by Donald Trump fast forward to the twelfth of January and the news of the day in the first such actions insulin is around occasion and after the Iranian military admitted that it mistakenly shot down the cranium plane after the nine four days that it brought down the plane Iranian protesters demanded Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei step down now hundreds of people chanted in front of to rants on here come here university videos of the protest red commander in chief Khamenei resign resign demonstrators ripped up pictures of solar mainly during the protests many Iranians might be hesitant to protest since last November hundreds reportedly killed in protests in multiple cities across the Islamic Republic now to show solidarity with the people of Iran against the regime president trump tweeted to the brave long suffering people of Iran I stood with you since the beginning of my presidency and my administration will continue to stand with you we are following your protest closely and are inspired by your courage this is an act of solidarity with the rainy protesters that the Obama administration could not bring himself to declare the belated admission of blame by Iran's elite Lucien regards has squandered the national unity scene after the killing of the country's most influential commander one reaction by a twenty seven year old university student was telling about Iranians impatience with the regime he said quote why should I vote for this regime I don't trust them at all they lied to us about the plane crash why should I trust them when they don't trust people enough to tell the truth end of quote and what's been the reaction by Democrats to Donald Trump to task for what they saw as his complicity in the downing of Ukrainian plane crickets that's right so far they've been no reactions to the Iranian regime that whoops they just made a mistake the Democrats anti trump rantings are not just political in nature but border on outrageous the refused to defend their own country in a time of war they find it hard pressed to be so bold to actually come out with well deserve condemnation of regime that uses death to suppress legitimate protest this is the same Iranian regime that bears Democrat Jimmy Carter with the kidnapping of Americans and has ever since cried out death to America it's time for Democrats to put partisan politics aside stand up against our adversary and stand up for this

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Iran vows revenge for US attack that killed powerful general

BBC World Service

03:20 min | 7 months ago

Iran vows revenge for US attack that killed powerful general

"Egan the main news this out the funeral for the Iranian minute tree come on the customs of the money will take place shortly in the Iraqi capital Baghdad it's coming up to five twenty GMT and there's been a strong reaction in Iran to the killing of the Iranian general Iran's ambassador to the United Nations Majeed attacked Reverend she strongly condemned the action in a letter to the U. N. security council saying the attack was an obvious example of state terrorism and the criminal act adding this Iran would enact a harsh revenge Iranian state TV has shown large crowds morning general so the money but does this translate into support for military conflict against the US our correspondent Mike Thompson because of you of one Iranian citizen he's been speaking to Ali a resident in Tehran who didn't want his full name revealed under straight into taxis are in South Bay or on the body work shops people all talking about it and they're all asking the same question what he's going to be the response of Iraq from what I have well most of them are waiting to see a harsh in the heart response from the wrong but at the same time they are worried that what that is going to do economy but many people that don't a long flight of the Islamic Republic and the spread of the Lucien on working on all it takes many of them are common in the grief and anger because white era so you're saying then that even people who've been opposed to the government perhaps being part of a protest they need to you're saying to pull what's happened to Mr Saudi money and and maybe support some sort of military action is that what you say yeah yeah that's exactly what I'm saying and let me rephrase that what Donald Trump your non every hearing in again every hearing in little maybe ten last night holding the ring government looking for somebody to do something about it right now is opposing Donald J. trump on whatever he's doing many people are very very high read and they want something to be done bill off that kind of makes situation you can do something about the whole on but yes one is about the you want something done you said earlier that you're worried about the possibility of war do you think it might come to that is that what people are faring surely yeah I believe no such thing is on the house I believe that on both sides our wide search you pull all their harsh I'm worried because there are on life people as he saw this warning that might take action that I we don't know what's gonna happen next I don't know how early a resident in Tehran speaking to our correspondent Mike

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"lucien" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:37 min | 7 months ago

"lucien" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Want to do it do it all right okay yeah let's try for one more song okay we'll try point any ready points I've been running around running around and around telling though that I'm going to change but I knew that I knew that I knew then that screw in I've been going to go into going through my new gym for two whole day and I'm already already wanting to give it a well what that treadmill call in full one most but I just lost all feeling the pain is sold him on ICQ and now what what recent trainers called a suicide this resolution why are you so made it sound so easy when we do a barrel you know only Lucien's always forcing me to do all the things that don't want to well to go around going around go around trying to help those but it really a really really really fun and now I think about think about think about good while the rob the MOB I'm not you know so drinking liquor and see it go read a worst thirty five seconds so you I don't think it's working yeah you no only show judge shoot but none nails it I want to all if I'll stop procrastinating.

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Boy stopped half-brother from killing great-grandparents: Sheriff

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Boy stopped half-brother from killing great-grandparents: Sheriff

"A twelve year old boy is getting the credit from sheriff ed Gonzalez for saving the life of his elderly grandparents Gonzalo says the boy was in the backseat of his grandparents car Sunday with his half brother twenty year old Lucien Adrian Johnston as they drove along the boys ninety two year old grandmother and seventy six year old grandfather got into an argument with the older Johnston he allegedly pulled out a pocket knife and started stabbing his grandparents the twelve year old wrestled the knife away from his brother and threw it out the window

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12-year-old saves great-grandparents from stabbing

Michael Berry

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

12-year-old saves great-grandparents from stabbing

"Praising a twelve year old boy who stopped his twenty year old step brother from stabbing their great grandparents over the weekend investigators say the grandparents were driving the older brother to a friend's house while also telling him he could not move in with them that's all in Lucien Johnston attacked them with a pocket knife to grandmother first they went to the grandfather the defendant twelve year old brother was in the backseat of a car with them started to wrestle with his older brother got the knife away and was able to look out the window saving his grandparents great grandparents ages ninety two and seventy six received stitches for their

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New Russian weapon can travel 27 times the speed of sound

All Things Considered

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

New Russian weapon can travel 27 times the speed of sound

"The Russian military says it's deployed a new hypersonic weapon that's able to deliver nuclear warheads while evading US air defenses is NPR's Lucien Kim reports from Moscow the new weapon reportedly can fly more than twenty times the speed of sound pressure defense minister Sergei Shoigu told generals in Moscow that the new weapon called avant garde is operational as a Friday

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AOC: Student Debt Is Dragging U.S. Economy

Politics and Public Policy Today

02:27 min | 8 months ago

AOC: Student Debt Is Dragging U.S. Economy

"During the hearing today there was a moment between freshman democratic representative Alexandria cause you Cortez in treasury secretary Stephen Lucien focusing on student loan debt climate change and the US economy I looked through the minutes of the F. sock meetings this year and I didn't see any mention of student loans I'm the total outstanding student loan debt burdens now and over one point five trillion young people are waiting until their thirties and forties have children by home make other major purchases so do you believe that student loan debt currently poses a major risk to our financial stability I share your concern on student loans although I don't think it is a major risks to financial stability but I can assure you there on an interagency basis we are working with the department of education and the any city because I think in many cases are people have taken out student loans that have created certain issues for them so students student loans are a large part of of the data and that's something we're carefully study so it's so it is a problem but not a major is for financial stability I just wanted to kind of run through a few different topics here I turning back to the minutes from Absoft meetings I also didn't see any mention of climate change do you believe climate change poses a risk to our economy you may Best Buy comments before on this and I I acknowledge that climate change should be discussed in certain areas have stock is not an area where I believe it should be discussed but based on previous discussions I said I'd raise that with the committee okay I'm let's talk about leverage leading I know there was some discussion of it earlier but it is up twenty percent this year with a total outstanding billion outstanding balance of over one trillion for the first time I heard earlier you don't think it poses a threat to our financial system either is that correct not at this time and specifically it doesn't pose a threat to the banking system or the insurance system but this is an area that I'm sock will continue to monitor on a quarterly basis because it is an area particularly if the economy slows down we want to carefully monitor that from today's house finance committee with treasury secretary Stephen shin and representative Alexandria because he Cortez Washington of course loves acronyms F. sock is an acronym for the financial stability oversight council part of the treasury

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The American Music Awards will be held Sunday

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

The American Music Awards will be held Sunday

"The American music awards will be Sunday in Los Angeles I Margie's our letter with a preview the American music awards were supposed to be Taylor swift's night she's up for five awards including artist of the year and could become the all time leader for AMA wins if she gets too she's also getting the artist of the decade award however a dispute with our old label big machine has put in doubt whether she'll perform her songs Malone leads the nominations with seven Billy I Lucien Arianna Grande have six each yaro will host

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Why Israeli settlements are an obstacle to peace

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:15 min | 9 months ago

Why Israeli settlements are an obstacle to peace

"Over the past half century. Israel has built hundreds of settlements or Jewish enclaves on the land it captured from Jordan in the Six Day War of nineteen sixty seven seven. This land claimed by Palestinians for their future state which is why settlements are seen by many as an obstacle to peace the president of over four hundred thousand Israeli settlers living in the West Bank basically means that a Palestinian state cannot come into being is our Israel correspondent respondent Mason Jerusalem. Many of those settlements are stuck in between the main Estonian cities and towns so contiguous state cannot exist as long as they're there and their presence also means that it was obvious that so in effect they ensure that the military occupation of the Westbank continues the the announcement came just ahead of a key date in Israel. Today is the deadline for opposition leader. Benny Ganz to build coalition bowling. September's inconclusive election Prime Minister Benjamin. Netanyahu has already failed to form a government. Both candidates praised the trump administration's change in policy but the decision was America at odds with much of the international community. The international consensus regarding the settlements has been there in contravention of the full Geneva Convention. Attention which basically says that transfer or settlement of an occupied territory by the occupying power is against international law. And that's been the interpretation Shen of the Geneva Convention regarding Israeli settlements by most of the leading legal experts. There are some dissenting views of. Israel clings to those dissenting ending views in building the settlements. But that's been the broad consensus for decades now and so in that sense Mike Pompeo's announcement came as something of surprise. Well the competitive management didn't come as a surprise because certain elements within the administration were very pro Israel and pro the settlement lobby chief among them the US ambassador to Israel. Israel David Friedman who before becoming a master was both trump's bankruptcy la and financial backer of the settlements. They have been trying for the past three years to get a clear statement out of the administration saying that American doesn't see the settlements as being illegal and it has to be noted that in the past also the Reagan administration. Distraction made similar statements. So it hasn't always been one hundred percent clear what the American position on this has been. US public statements on settlement activities. In the West Bank have been inconsistent over decades in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. The Carter Administration categorically concluded that Israel's establishment of civilian settlements was inconsistent with international law. However in Nineteen eighty-one president? Reagan disagreed with that conclusion. And stated that he didn't believe that the settlements were inherently l.. Legal actually most of the American administration's haven't even talked about the legality. They've called the settlements an obstacle to peace instead of diving into this rather controversial legal question so in a sense this kind of puts a finer point on kind of formalizes. Something that from the American standpoint had been kind of informally the case. What has been the case over the past three years? Because the trump administration had been very ambivalent towards the Israeli settlement activity previous administrations had condemned settlements especially the first Bush administration tried to limit funding to Israel while the tantamount building was going on the trump administration and some of its representatives have been much more friendly towards the past two years. The trump administration has made a series of statements and actions regarding the Israel Palestine conflict back in December seventeen nineteen. They announced that they recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital that in a few minutes later move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. A few months ago we had the recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights. And in between these. We've had a number of steps. Was the Palestinians. We had cutting off of aid various Palestinian agencies to the United Nations nations agency which works with Palestinian refugees the closure of the Palestinian mission in Washington. All these things have put out a very clear signal where the trump administration restauration stands in the conflict. And even the timing of this announcement just a couple of days before the deadline for Bennigan's to form a government. Do you think it's connected to the current political the turmoil in Israel not directly connected to the current political situation for two reasons festival. It hasn't been times as some of the previous gestures were to help Out On the eve of an election other convenient junctures it doesn't seem to have been closely coordinating with Israeli government. That seems to have been something. which was it was very much an internal decision of administration? And do you think it's significant that it was Mr Pompeo who made the announcement. Well that's probably more about American politics in parents trying to show that he's not trump in many ways and loyal to some of trump's closest advisers. I think pump is also looking beyond the horizon of the trump trump administration and shoring up his own political bias. Perhaps his own run for the White House and this is a popular move among voters who he would also be relying upon one day if he runs for the candidacy and for the White House himself and now that Mr Pompeo has made this policy reversal. What do you think the immediate impact will be the speaking? Both Israeli officials Palestinians. No one's expecting an immediate impact even though they've been promises by Netanya before the last two election campaigns of going even further annexing parts of the West Bank. All those plans on hold because it doesn't a political deadlock there's no coalition in Israel. We have Netanyahu position bet against both failing instigate a majority Israel has been building settlements or the past fifty years regardless of what the administration positions being and on the Palestinian side. They've lost lost hope in anything. Good for them coming out. The trump administration long ago so for that. This wasn't a surprise. And they're facing their daily challenges whatever someone is saying in Washington it material to them but what about the prospects for grander scale change for the notion of annexation or in the other direction a meaningful peace process so the impact is perhaps lung It won't change anything the next few weeks and months. But when finally new government is formed in Israel. If it's a right wing government then the impetus to go ahead and AMEX parts. What's the West Bank will increase? Because now they seem to have a green light from the administration and even if the new government will be more central government under Benny Gansel some other interests lita. Yep It'll be much more difficult for them to justify so these ready public making any kind of changes on the ground baptists manning so because people will say them but the Americans okay so why make any of these changes if the settlements especially the ones which are deep within the West Bank or allowed to continue to grow that means the majority patient won't end either and any prospect of Palestinian statehood will be non-existent loop Israel basically in charge of one st with millions of Palestinians without optical rights and that's not the democratic say that Israel claims and takes pride in being so it's a situation which really is ready to have a solution Lucien right now and if anything compare announcement has made a solution for that even more remote

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"lucien" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

10:25 min | 11 months ago

"lucien" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Division Shen. Maybe it won't be just a truce the Olympic truth or maybe it's going to be more than maybe it's going to be the start of resilience process basis because I think that sports that the nation and and I think that when you support your nation to a team who cares if you were ordeal over its boggs the nation and I think that this is something that could be a great hope for this nation here in London because it's coming up in Rome tennis next summer so maybe it could be the moment ready to try to bring people together. You are an optimist only only by by my sense that well. I you know what you something wrong happens and it had to happen. You didn't suffer and when it happens. It's the same problem if you're a pessimist you a lot of that never happened and when the exactly the same so I prefer the first option insurers happier happier that way of course let's. Let's let's look at then you people know from this in the audience of this podcast. No you as the guy who was in charge of our sport entertainment for a long time and you were comparison. You came to London. what what was your sort of recall of that period in your your career. What did you learn about the difference between gene agency life or market sports marketing in London compared to Paris. I came to them because I realized that the markets was driven by this place when I say the market the international market because I started my life. This has asked by setting them the agency. I created years before lifetime. Rushing marketing group created this as part of sections shoot and then I I am took it over from such and such and then is only to have that twice in the beginning of the two thousand and I realize lies in two thousand and five actually in Singapore that was good to be a great agency having been able to raise two million to help pirates twenty twelve to put together a great bit and we did amazing things and everything was great but the story was that this story was to compete against international cities like New York and London and to win over those in an international competition and that was not done by the Frenchman and realizing syncopal apple that was a global network of people that were had been in supporting London has been activated very clearly by the London and that was the case of so. That's where that's where I was kind of a as you can say that if you want you pick here okay and then I started to realize that we needed a network so that's where I started athen too often agencies around the world. Can I just pause you say when you say the London bid had this network. What do you mean you mean so I mean the British philosophy of exporting your throughout the world where people speaking leash is a great strengths because you have a network of supporter in the UK from the UK to the US to Australia Singapore Hong Kong and all the rest of that's also a lot of English speaking people that are connected to the other English speaking people run the world and that's an health when it comes to convincing every icy he members everywhere whereas US kept thinking that we're a global relations where nobody's speak French out everywhere we are French became very proud of but it's so and I realized that was great agency with the other sports. Position didn't the trump international claims but from us so that's when we realized that what you've done having those people will run the one with something that we were missing missing in this business if you wanted to be filled solid and if we wanted to have a new way to win after we have debriefed on that disappointment of Singapore anyway so I built this network because I was thinking that and then we came to quite significant size agency's natural tonight Mexico Brazil and South Africa Australia in China in opponent Germany Italy Spain and the rest any in the UK where we realized that as the market sumo mature than forms to answer one part of the reason was necessary to started anything but to acqui- ah very skilled and reputed provisionals that's what we did with Sponsorship Media Agency of TCP and Marcus right and cake and March to into arrest but even having done that we realized that we were constantly as a a great French network French agency with an international network and you were not considered by global brands as global global network because we were not headquartered in so I decided to move the headquarters from Paris to London and just took this decision during the London Games when I spent in six weeks in London and the time to make it happen it happened to him just six months later and then I moved to London part of my staff might my international stuff and with family and yes then I was part of your community that could be the place where Global Brin came came to find their way to and that's exactly the difference between what we got in funds which was quite state of the art industry but really looking at the domestic market very out in the UK. Even if you are a big market you always have a global view of the opportunities and Renault that so they come and fetched agency in this place so that was a few years back and I think that when I arrived from Paris Greece even if I was commuting like every week without local team then I brought the energy of the network from Paris to London so we kit some kind of control accents I should say but we borrowed a lot of your very efficient way of working and a very creative approach to marketing which I really appreciate analytical skills existing this so when you look at that across the Lonzo stepping outside the Hamas experience and you look across the London agency who stood out who was doing well at that point sort of and Redo. Did you Amalia so actually when I was this a beat that has been a call by Bartlett. Yes for the event they had at the time is six seven agencies that wanted to merge everything the one single agency and so the open the competition to democratizing maupassant there was twenty agencies running for that bid and so we had to compete against everybody so yes and as you can imagine the finalist read the fuse sportsman's image was the octagon yeah I think there was also of course and see such an said she sports an intimate yet very great agency at the time and and pitch was yes. There was those agencies some some of the new ones I've seen recently coming up but it was really really a very strong group. What did you what did you learn about about the role of sports and entertainment agency and sponsorship within the broader advertising and media networks that you know and have us? I think he's the six largest possibly of those global networks but they will to varying degrees. You've mentioned views and you know in terms of being only calm within that network. What's one of the challenges because it's it's there's issues of incentives but there's also issues of of just the domino expertise expertise. I guess there's some there's a whole there's always been an issue. Isn't there about trying to make sport and entertainment agencies work within broader. God Yes that I've been different phases vets. I think that today everybody except the idea that this is a different culture sure this different expertise you need to be connected with the stakeholders of that world and as an agency. You need to provide to clients some connections with these. If you want to make your strategy the jeep applicable so you need to really not just think about great creative ideas but you need to make these creative ideas to implement them in the right talk be authentic vis-a-vis communities fan the as themselves the federation and so forth and that needs a special culture special expertise got you so within whole. Communications Group people would recognize that there is a sports parts or sponsorship group of people they would be the people who know what to do understand the fan culture can activate those levers to really make it so I think the problem expertise expected is is soaking and also the way people understand.

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"lucien" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"lucien" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"The mother of whisper founder Fred Phelps, gene, you're the ceremony involved to same sex couples kissing over her grave, they declared Katherine Johnson a lesbian in the afterlife. Those just a homoerotic ceremony over his mother's grave in than I topped it off by respectfully resting my testicles on the stone in that we call it. Then we call today in in. Filling out a statement. The law enforcement and the court systems they're trying to figure out exactly what would you be charged with exactly what nature favorite favorite part of that whole thing was the news clip of the sheriff saying, it's a strange crime one. We haven't come across on. Oh, that's that's classic. Let's talk a little bit about the culture talking here with Lucien Greaves of the Tannock temple. There is a little bit of a rift. You addressed it in a general way near the beginning of our conversation as you see Jax who was sort of running the Detroit chapter and she held, and I think she continues to hold the idea that you can't work within a broken system to initiate positive change or to further positive change. And I think she just kind of has a a hope I'm not unfairly representing, but I just caught a burn it all down kind of vibe, whereas the panic temple as a whole is really more about working within the letter of the law within the system to try to establish and reinforce church-state separation or at least remind people church-state separation and enjoy individual private, religious expression. Yeah. And you're not radically paraphrasing. Anything she uses that terminology. On our side. You know, our attorney uses the terminology used to represent our position as well. Okay..

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"lucien" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Paid some interest. Show Lucien.

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"lucien" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on RobinLynne

"To clean cleaned breathing lucien close to muttering big business to the green and even with this point flying great good fellow pink ring it's great mommy that that good chain wish you could change came like psycho in like ten deeper pretty cool cramped chapas shot is a plea rocky molly skinny wings bring king with a smoke of you school.

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"lucien" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Well you going to have to make yourself undeniably funding i said i am funny goes known now you're going to be funny and that was a surely get another chance to goes you might not but he said you will always be able to do this to you i stand up flake what nursing goes provided you don't get alzheimer's or lose your mind your natal over yourself you'll always of skill just had such a way of thank you lucien you think i might maybe i wanna teach art or something so so you come back you're you're beaten up comedy communities mental oh no oh no now now they're they're like like the nestle we've got our own back nice beginning failure piece of fucking shit now you're going to be funny and you were you got funny and he started dating lucien started dating pass that the seller and the selling i was the one was few and he started living with him started living with him a need already had scleroderma and he came on i thought it was lupus he had horrible horrible scleroderma what is that exactly the skin it's scleroderma is let greek and what happens is you skin over produces collagen how did he lose his fingers couldn't get circulation because blood got this was like scleroderma is everything it's so tight here and he said he described the pain he said you if you play baseball he goes my fingers are so delicate that if i was playing softball and a softball was gonna hit me in the crotch as a man i would let it hit me in the crotch before i would try and have.

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"lucien" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Yeah well i went to dish in for lucien lucien hold by friend said booker of the comic strip owner right with no not part on you wanted to be they never let him if they really yeah your million years in ever let them get a piece of never let them any always a never forget when he got deathly ill and i said lucien you got to let them know you need help you can't go on like this and i was like basically a nurse by now bandaging him up and he's like no no they can't know because i might lose my job to lose a lose my job and it was the first time i was like holy shit you're vulnerable i felt like like you know the wizard of oz my god you're interesting we'll get to that so so in ninety two you start doing comedy in new york clubs did you get past where we password you work in how do we gave rooms i couldn't get any i was michelle bound you know michele balan i think i remember she said you can come up with us province some but you have to do some gay songs and began put i'm not gay it's like we're gonna have to act gay 'cause i'll say jr time so we had to do like so i went up there and i was an out and i got one of my jokes from there because i was like well we're gonna come on to me they'll just want me and i'll be straight and not one of them looked my way.

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"lucien" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Amazing at the identification and also with the outreach the ability to reach millions billions of people so this is why my of lucien is taking me to this whole business owned because maybe when i listened to your podcast i wanted to thinking come on jordan get to it i don't i i need to learn this stuff i don't know anything about business and now i got one that's how you learn about business you get a business and you learn those mistakes that's for sure or hopefully from other people's mistakes but usually your own mistakes and so i guess what we're told is make as fast as you can yeah pretty much make him as fast as you can and then he can learn from it and i'm actually quite interested in as well you're great storyteller you're known for that how would you suggest other people hone their storytelling craft does it come from practice or are you do you think your storyteller because you write your stories out a lot of the time where you started doing that early well i think it probably starts in the construction so when you've written for many many years you understand there is going to be a beginning in a middle and an end and for story to work there's gotta be some kind of owner ability so i a big mistake that somebody could make in business is taking something that's successful in just coming out and saying.

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"lucien" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur

The Digital Entrepreneur

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur

"Where the mindset of taking the next step is so crucial that's all i have to solve the what's before me and then secondly being very open knowing that you don't know things and that's okay and that's i think what scares most of us right is that we don't know where frayed of the future were afraid of what tomorrow will bring it so we'll we'll set there and try to over analyze something that's not even occurred and the mindset that i think you've also find in these great successful entrepreneurs is not only are they mitigating risk but they have the courage to accept the unknown and that is really really tough to not be afraid of what tomorrow brings and confident that whatever it brings you can figure out the answer to it so would you say it's fair to say then for someone who has those fears of getting started because you actually talked about this quite a bit even with something as small as starting a podcast is it like just having those little those incremental goals of what you need to do just to get started understood in outlined that that this lucien to that fear i think so i think it starts with one thing right i mean every journey starts with the first step and i think that's where if you're wanting to spend time energy and effort think about what the first step is going to be i mean in my wife's case you know she really needs a co host one thing that i knew about podcasting is that it's so much easier if you have the right co host so that's the first step find a co host find someone that you can gel with find some money that is excited finding that collaborator right that you can work with i think is so important and in fact it's true for every endeavour out there.

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"lucien" Discussed on Sooo Many White Guys

Sooo Many White Guys

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on Sooo Many White Guys

"Here's another example of one thing in the book that made you cringe that you're like oh i have to revisit this now and like own it again yeah so i wrote a lot about leg breakup and surviving that and there's some stuff in mayor where i was just like this person wasn't even worth all of this thought can't believe i was like so crushed why this i hope people know that like this is a process me back then i'm a work in progress i hope everyone's like willing to go back in my of lucien and then look at the second book and be like oh okay all right she's grownups do you feel like you grownups on just because the passage of time or deflect it's also because like you're married now like your stepmom like there's a lot your life has changed drastically you know what i mean so like getting married was great our life was pretty fun i still feel like child playing how sometimes you know like i don't feel like i've grown up and the kids i feel nervous every day than i am saying something bad i mean i'm like so conscientious of like like are they watching what i do they listen to this dumb shit i say all the time like am i setting a good example and then i immediately think no i i mean i'm lucky that they still don't quite nine and twelve they're not old enough to really be like i saw your phone that text that's your phone was about to get shut off.

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"lucien" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"He says we need more of an it's lucien too yeah come up on the show i don't know i was my actually my number one favorite thing maybe the only thing i really loved about the show i it's some of the performances i really did like but those hoodies that those guys wore those yeah those were cool what they say those are cool what about this drawstrings these it hoodies they're cool i don't know what use it means like a native made of to metric shapes deities dome you know like bio dome heard of it before really like a soccer ball that hasn't been rounded out bio dome like one of those plague old playground structures stay out of it why are we not talking about that thing on guarantee lip why are we talking about anything whatever the bath house it's like a cold sores yeah whatever call him out on that that's what i here's the thing i assumed everybody could see it i didn't want people to not talking about that thing on guarantee so i apologize and i'm not getting to want us to take it out no okay good how do you not see that thing getting you in the face that you pointed out i see it but i'm really obnoxious it's not that bad actually is it on the right side when you have something like that it feels like it's yes is of your head and now you've just made them feel even worse now he knows there.

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"lucien" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"So what whatever lucien actually today for science is that whenever we use tech the things that answer our ancestors had no access to it should seem weird mitt should challenge are very notion of what the boundaries of science are it should probably forces even to redefine from time to time you know what we mean by science so when could say and that's the people who are being dismissive like this of of things just because you say there too weird this is not science or philosophical really denying the fact that they're evolved apes and and they're they're taking the evolved evolution mary notion of what's intuitive and what's weird complaining that was kind of truth listen it's actually a point that we hit in a previous podcast but i think it's worth reiterating that you would be suspicious of any final description of reality that was commonsensical oh we know our common sense isn't fitted to timeframes in billions of years or to the planck scale or anything else that is at the frontier of your discipline exactly the common sense we we should assume from evolution that it's simply a useful approximation for very limited omena reality that we had access to without microscopes or telescopes or particle lighters or any modern tech so that's of course i mean of course scientists come to far we could never go back to something that's commonsensical i mean relativity theory general relativity theory quantum mechanics it's already blown our minds right and so we we know that reality does not correspond so some of our deepest intuitions about space and time and cause ality teela they they've already been you know they're gone and so there was no coen back except for those people who believe that all of this was created by i just like us who doesn't like homosexuality.

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"lucien" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on 1A

"What usually happens is a war of lucien and indeed there they're a bunch of social scientists were a running around the country trying to warn people that that's what's coming and i think that the donald trump and the politics that you font we find ourselves confronted with today are you know just the beginning of the horror show that we're about to uh go into for me i would rather solve this peacefully and sensibly uh and i think he it is within our power to do that by raising the minimum wage by raising the overtime threshold by insuring by requiring companies uh two um offer their workers reasonable benefits and reasonable worker protections this is within our power uh but i fear that it won't happen i think that things are likely to get a lot worse than i do think that'll a bunch of a rich people are going to get pitchfork i do leg it's going to get really really really scary even what will then what if anything gives you hope that things might turn around are there any people in your sphere that you seen come around to these ideas are there any lawmakers that you see that are kind of china's on his kick you have to i mean think about how far them 15th aluminim wage has come in just a few years right i mean look i i made the first presentation on the fifteen dollars minimum wage i stood in front of a crowd of progressive donors and made that pitch in two thousand twelve and people literally laughed.

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"lucien" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"So that's a good example because i think it also points to a level of complexity which is it might be that we can't shake a feeling but we can we do have an ability through our reason congratulationsuh thati take a not yelling that we should trust this is not a feeling lead should necessarily guide our actions or or certainly it's not something that we should imam in impose on other people on it's just a feeling that we have the week that we can't shake uh run it's the debunking that takes you from thick having the feeling and thinking that feeling is justified to to to what i just mentioned having the feeling but realizing that although it's psychologically has holdover you it doesn't reflect anything that's true in the realm right alleys okayso here is a case now let's take the opposite where i'm not at all bothered by debunked like so the causal history explanations don't at all bother me and i don't know if these are our values these are just preferences like soi actually uh prefer vanilla ice cream chocolate icecream or forii prefer a certain is aesthetics in people i'm sexually attracted to right you could tell me why don't you know that the reason you like like a women who have these qualities is simply because of lucien endowed you with this sort of like hip to waste ratio like bullshit andii'mmichael like that good to know it yeah that's interesting like now can we have sex like a wherever you know uh there is like the idol at all feel as if the believes undermined but because the the belief is not real i mean it's it's just a it's a simple preference that it matters little to me when i like something uh or right or dislike it it matters little what the causal history doesn't doesn't motivate me too.

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"lucien" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"lucien" Discussed on Think Again

"Either but it was the best example it's not a great example is is doing the he's trying to learn american humor i think and getting the timing ray of rayon not joke in terms of the coach is black not and if it's the caused by not not funny the quotas black not is also not so i've always wondered about if the reason timing is so important in comedy is because it naturally taps into the brains prediction need do prediction and that the timing is very important in getting win that prediction when your brain makes the predict chain of what i'm going to say so in face toy with the timing my voice it concerted drive you crazy right because the predictions become all off i mean i serve veering off like the prediction function of the brain is interesting because i mean going back to the we know what several lucien early adoptive and what is isn't like i think you know it helps us first of all in establishing social amity or whatever like i'm nodding i'm with you you know whatever at the same time in the context of lake hosting this podcast i find that i have to disarm that mechanism so that i don't know what you're gonna say before you say a jump in too soon so that can listen really i really do believe that in many ways the brains mean function.

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