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"lycos" Discussed on Hysteria
"You know, at his door, they know where he works. They could get there pretty quickly. And, you know, just thinking about representative Ocasio-Cortez, she gets a lot of just kind of vitriol from a lot of people. And she don't have to get that from her actual colleagues, whether or not they're in the same party, whether or not they believe the same thing, she shouldn't have to experience that. And you know, she responded to the video and probably is very right in saying that there won't be any consequences for him. Because a person who runs his caucus, Kevin McCarthy, he kind of cheers these things on. And then they fundraise off of these things. And something that I thought was really interesting is that his digital director, who, I guarantee is the actual person who put this video together and put it out into the world. Why don't she's a woman. Her name is Jessica lycos. And she basically said everyone needs to relax. And so, you know, unfortunately, we're going to have to add a woman in here and say fuck her too. And then I tried to go see who his comms director was because they would have had to prove this. And actually, if you go to his website right now, he has a page with his staff, Jessica's not on there, and neither is a comms director. So I don't know if they pull them off to kind of help them avoid any kind of accountability. But yeah, you know, it's an unfortunate situation and Twitter has basically said that a public interest notice has been placed on his account. I don't know what that means, you know, he should be off of the platform if he's putting threatening and violent stuff out like that. But if Twitter won't do anything more than that or Kevin McCarthy, we can at least say fuck that guy. Fuck that guy. Okay. So let's take a quick break. And when we come back, I'll be sitting down with the Cynthia Nixon. And.
"lycos" Discussed on Greek Gods and Human Mythtakes
"Kompas always point. Sal all right so the next ones i want to talk about. Are the the sadah roy. Her medes. now these were the three seder messengers of dyonisis named responders lycos and prone amis and they were actually the sons of hermes and a pith amo- or a fifth amo-. I think we need a pet. Emma i think it is from. Oh i don't know germany anything. You wanna add those you go ahead no on it. Yeah now. that's that's good. Yeah okay all right. Well then yes i do have stone yes all right so obviously we talked about this a little bit when it came to you the centaurs on the symbolism of these hybrids and so for us and our current thinking the idea of combining a human creature and it becoming real is completely ridiculous and it doesn't make any sense but to the ancient greeks in a world where they're constantly having to do sacrifices they're doing these ritual rights and the forest is terrifying place. It is believable to them. And like i said before other than the sons of pan or the piano is i think is what it's called. The the cedars typically looked more human than the way that we envision them like phil from hercules. So i mean other than sounding like maybe danny devito. That's about the only thing i mean. You could have been a better one. Then danny devito. But you know i digress. There that isabella point. I will agree. But what these guys were. We saw with the centaurs in the last episode. That there are some good. And there's some bad with the with the sater's there's not really good and there's not really bad the sater's are just the the frenzy that you receive when you get drunk or the the symbolic of what happens when you lose your cool. So the status quo for the athenians is. What's all drink Our wine water down and we will drink tolerantly responsible. Yeah we will not overindulge and then in moderation and we will continue to work for the state. But then the sater's like i'm gonna get drunk bro. Get outta my face. And i'm going to sleep and then i'm getting lead. It's literally boone rally. There's there's three traits. It's chasing a woman getting drunk sleep and no particular order could could be anywhere. Be wild presenting the wanna sleep. We mean pass al like dead like you don't know but the the biggest reason is so with the centaur is you can even see it with the way that this interesting depicted we have the horse.
"lycos" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
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"lycos" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks
"It was just yes. This is life. I have the wisdom virtue of the awaken one-two snus and so then the the point was then to manifest it to carry that on now i'm used. I'm using this as an example for the for the statement of all inclusive study because then he had the choice you know. Apparently he's like well. I don't think anybody can understand this. And he was dead right. Nobody can send it. You cut work it out. Kombi passed onto somebody else. Book the important thing. It can be lived when you see this. You'll live the life of all things around you off. This wisdom of the awaken one to the snus not the buddha or the tactile gotta buddha but the one who is awakened to thus nece. Now melwood the time. No the place a so. That's what he practiced three result a whole life. That's why the practice. He wasn't a realization from the past. He no longer demaned his basic awareness that then included That includes lycos seeing hearing tasting touching smelling thinking. Maybe the only difference between us and him is the fact that he didn't obscure didn't let ideas notions beliefs. Come in into that now when you know whenever we we look at sale the people's writings we always people always right in a way that Tries to show the reality in the same time as it is like you know that's very important to as human beings because analogies seems to help us you know if somebody says it is this way. That's very narrow way but if we put an analogy and we have to enter into the analogy and if we have been say as the analogy has talked about that we can bring life to it. You know human beings quite often. We we lived through story. Never underestimate the story that you tell yourself because hopefully eventually is that we grow beyond that story and we become ourselves thoroughly an outgrowth of that story that we tell ourselves you know for myself is growing up..
"lycos" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"It. Anyone can do it. You do your own energy healing on yourself. Now roman on. Is this what you're going to talk about in the higher self expo on july seventeenth. Eighteenth what are you presenting the home. I don't know. I am take note. Some just coming and see how it will go with the flow. The big east science and spirituality as you could hear me for the last Hour and a half. I'm talking about this to stop talking about signs spiritual because both are fundamentally and tangled right right right well you know. I mean lots of great messages for the builders of the fifth dimension and above earth's lots of really great messages And different ways in which you can understand. They geometry steak arithmetic in all things with immigration. Whether it's understanding the universe understanding the the way your body is organizer even understanding how current affairs lay into these cycles and You know continue to replicate its though in terms of kind of how are lack of consciousness grows and expands and contracts as well so One last quick message roman. What is a last quick message that you have for the builders of the fifth dimensional earth. Who will who is intending to be part of the petering out of the big burst of expansion. The rest messages simply crumlish Promulgation of what. I just said which is just be self Never never be ashamed of being yourself just stanford who you will now. It's time for action. More than ever people need guidance need to have although school a to this time to supports everyone through these very challenging moments and Just never be afraid of dying and rebuffing and dying and rebuffing grow and the and shine your your lights. There's not much more to say. Yeah really good last message. Roman well thank you for offering your lifetime. Work in understanding. The arithmetic of how nature is harmonious and balanced and even the negative stuff that we don't want to see or recognize claes apart in that expansion and we have definitely Explored that as well. So we've only lightly touch on stake at arithmetic through romans were but for more information about roman lights offerings and courses get into even deeper understanding of how nature plays out in these cycles thicket arithmetic. Go to his website. Which is fake cred arithmetic dot com so for you. Math us out there. That love to correlate lycos and patterns using math..
"lycos" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Where they'll may be slowly bulk themselves up to one hundred ninety five two hundred pounds where they've gained muscle but they've also gained some obvious body fat Or should they try to slowly do a re comp where they are gaining new muscle but they're also not gaining too much fat at the same time. Maybe they're slowly losing body fat. What do you think is better for that athlete. Both okay basically. You want to do both at the optimal energy-deficit audible energy plus and i think that is actually one of the most important things all nutrition. Do sort of big variables. I think you're training and nutrition are energetic. You're creating volume many other face. They met our only because they influence those two things. Your energy and thank if volume and stepping your energy and air volume correctly or for one of the most important things to do in a training program. So is there a little blocking. I often distinguish between lean bulky and dreamer both like this ideal. I think it's actually a misconception when they look at professional bodybuilder especially from more ninety s. I'd say ninety two thousand era. They're like big fat in the off season and they're not fat their bloated because they are on aromatized thing gear and it's very hard see difference especially through the trains. I like even with a lot of experience. It's very difficult to see the difference between bloating and also by the way between lycos intolerance effects which makes but they don't actually get that five and they put a lot of think overall they do really well but even even that aside you can have a much higher energy suppose as an athlete than a natural twenty third muscle you can build and it pretty natural pretty especially if you're on advanced natural it's a slow protests multi-research finds again guard team is on this of in a few years studies the energy through whilst you can think of a basically as they're certainly mumble muscle you can build over maintenance and if you spill over that it's mostly gonna be fucking it's it's a ratio thing but it's mostly it's a very small amount of energy in realistically kilo muscle in a month is great. That's not a lot of energy. With advisable energy does if lean body mass. It's mostly muscle. you're backing bipolar. Connery's max and that's including most of the energy thanks for storage so divided over a month you can do them off. It's it's a tiny energy surplus unto the bigger because there's also energy inefficiency in the body. It's a few percents. Energy surpass realistically is going to be pure muscle. And if you go nuts then it's quickly lead to multi packing and not a whole lot of extra muscle. This changes the bet. We are on gear where you're going to actually hire. Plus i think actually gears much more effective for bulking than for cutting off for cutting. It doesn't really my experience at least with finance that much at all about health maintenance of course prevention unlike the coming miracle as we're cutting the same approach this optimal deficits where if you buy the more aggressive your luton's muscle and you can but the differences you can do it slow but slowly. That's fine is just going to be slow is going to be more re-conquer approach and she wants to bush like retention of muscles is fine and you put maximum fat loss. That's also fine probably in the end. You're going to actually get to a simpler endpoints as long as you're not too aggressive either way but we were both don't crash unless you're obese. Do you personally count calories most design. Actually i'm also dieting for contests or share photos shoots when bulking also but when cutting pretty used to very stable food choices and mother measure my caliber readings on weights can actually get into the rise energetic. Pretty much by just eating boots. And i know while this is going to be about twenty five hundred calories and and really matter that much one day to twenty eight hundred twenty two hundred. You mentioned earlier very briefly. The thermic effect of food Does the thermic effect of protein this factor in much at all or is this something. That just doesn't matter that much. Yeah it it matters but not much so this every few studies suggesting that if you eat more protein at a certain point the excess protein. And i'll be used for body hot story missiles because your body does not store protease fans it's doorstep. Athlete has five doesn't even sort of decided source but the thing is if you eat more carbs than the threes of energy use energy to certify. The end comes down to energy balance. And it's impossible to have pretty calories basically so is single negative. You eat more and it no way contributes to energy balance. That doesn't exist for protein. The ideas while if you have a hundred calories extra protein maybe that's only ninety percent officials will bear to you know ninety five percent efficiency professor carbs. But it's a very small difference. Now been a few questionable studies view. Very well controlled studies listed on individuals by brattle. When people immeasurable award everything controlled the exact energy. Expenditure didn't know everything that goes into multi participants and find a diets with various protein levels from wildly excessive to insufficient much of an effect. When you're beating the model fat your game. So maybe it's one of those things. Where if you like protein a the fisher diets. I say great. You know nothing wrong with eating protein also healthwise kidneys up. It's been debunked but i'm also not one of the proponents of really or phinda protein because it was expensive. It's not that say shaving to vegetables and stuff. Also that nutritious though. I'm relatively moderate protein or keep art. My clients are probably at one point. Eight grand per kilogram per day. Okay real quick. I'm curious about the satiated effects of protein. That you're talking about so you're mentioning so As far as fiber from vegetables or that group. You not that you believe but it is more satiated than getting into good amount of protein. Obviously cal caloric wise approach protein behavior but as far as the say shading effect. It's been proven that vegetables or fibers festivals or more.
"lycos" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"You know what. I mean so i think people that is a huge wall for people to because there's so much attachment to all these things and we've we've lived in. This is actually what i'm downloading. So this is what i'm going to be bringing in blacks one symbol for the last five years. I mean i went through maya awakening if you wanna call it that never really into the whole paradigm the whole programming thing. You know but you know i had certain beliefs about myself and certain attachments that came from the way i grew up and that kind of awoke That two thousand sixteen. And so i became the black swan civil in two thousand seventeen and really. It's just i just kind of been holding their of an a holding pattern like sitting there continuing to heal myself and integrate my experiences Which integration means you become whole also. I feel like all these attachments. We have two things and people and experiences and emotions. We're all chaotic. right now. Spread all over the place. And as i've started to bring my attachments in and i've i've been observing how people are people have been like. I said they're they're starting to become aware that there's more than just go into work and running the rat race. You know people are starting to wake up in that sense and then once we know what we need to get through where. If you haven't looked into religion and spirituality. I mean people. Don't it's scary because we've been that's one door that's been really a strange holograph has been placed over it so that people are afraid to walk through the door and ask really. What is you know aliens god spirit. What's possible. I had this experience where i made a connection with a therapist right before right as i was you know awakening to the reality of my situation and and i was asleep kind of a state where you're not what you're waking up but you're not asleep low gog staff whatever it is. Yeah he walk right so that was in. I was it was like two in the morning. And this person's face like popped into my reality. And i saw the outline of this person's face and i knew who it was and then as soon as i made like you know i became aware and i made eye contact with in it and it left. You know what. I mean like i saw it. It left at this point. I realized it wasn't actually the person or their consciousness. It was somebody disguise right at whatever but at that moment but thought that i was limitless like the word limitless just kept going over and over. My head knows. Like as i had been in a cult i had been a religion that was really restrictive and so but i never. I was trying to finish what i tried to make it work. And when when i realized that we really are limitless. It was like yeah this this. That's that's that's not worth that. You're not. I mean when talk to me a little bit more about this too when someone drops the cold bomb. That's always an interesting you what what cult was where was it. Well it's not an obscure cult. But you probably don't usually think of this religion as cold but all all religions are colts if you think about it because what is a cult. It's like you. You're in a restrictive environment and if you leave your either. You know excommunicated or you're you're shunned because you don't know you're not allowed to infiltrate again because you're you're Subversive ideas may harm the the other member so every religion is a cult at the particular. One that i joined when i was nineteen was jehovah's witnesses and i was about to guess that i was about to guess at. Yes so this and this more and more black swan symbol keeps coming up. People were watch documentary about it recently. That there is some messed up stuff. At the top of jehovah's witnesses the way it works the believe structures the the abuse. That's gone on i. Eighty is just tell me this. Is there anything redeemable about that religious sect the people that are in it. I would say the people because They attract depressed and lonely people who are searching for meaning. So that's what's redeeming those the people if they can wake up to the fact and the reality. That jehovah is not the true. God are you know it all all religions you know there. Not one judgmental deity. That's not love judgment and love our anton animus. You know it's not a god of love if it's restricting your behavior or controlling you in any way we're multi dimensional beings. religion itself. You know is a negative construct. Eases however you know. Jesus was an being who came and brought light coats. However you know they could not be You know the best that the negatives could do with jesus was to incorporate him into their religion and and distort his message but the nice thing about christianity is that if people believe in jesus which goes along with the golden rule trading others the way you want to be treated that as a message of love so if someone believes jesus they have the most. They're the most likely to have the best chance of waking up to the true nature of reality which is gratitude and love and healing and harmony cetera. That jesus those codes brought with them. Wait a minute. This is the first time. I'm hearing about this. This great the light codes of jesus. Now what were the. What were the light codes. That jesus brought up never heard that before. Well i downloaded it myself. So you know. I've never heard before either but i mean you think about what what we do we bring we bring vibration each person. You know when we separate from source and we want to get into all the technicalities. Because i don't know them. I just i experienced things intuitively and spiritually and you know. He brought lycos. I mean if you think about if you meditate on jesus it it changes your vibration. And that's the effect of light codes runny runny Oh my gosh interesting. Interesting light codes. Jesus yeah you know when you when you drop this stuff casually dropping that jesus dropped the light codes not saying that. you're taking a casualty. But the fact is that there is a lot of different. What you're downloading and what your throwing back at me. As as this knowledge you gained Was a period of time where it all came together for you or did you gradually have these meanings. Even when you were part of jehovah's witnesses are the these things come through to you and you just couldn't piece together. What was your journey to ice. Oppose the the cosmic download. That really brought you to this place. You're at now. there definitely was not one. You know i've i was born into it and definitely spiritually connected. But.
"lycos" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Names it has a lot of parallels to the trip don't movement now and at the same time you can say well. Aol didn't bite make. It was worth two hundred billion dollars in the year. Two thousand netscape didn't make it past the nineties. The most iconic company there is. It's a browser. You know a lot of young listeners. Certainly might not even know mark zuckerberg good note even though marc andreessen was on the board of faceless. You know he asked marc andreessen. What had netscape do again lycos excite. Y'all alta vista real player real player. That was a company. I in her. Ask jeeves so you look at all those companies that faded. But the internet didn't jade the web didn't fade. You had two trillion dollar companies that emerged from that era. Both google and amazon new saw apple which was a complete also ran in nineteen ninety-seven take advantage of it. Ultimately finding its complete and total dominance when it took the web and put it onto a phone so that was the moment that okay it put it all together once again this big. Ui breakthrough treats complete next thing in terms of mobile platforms. So that's what's happening. In my view in crypto. Now that people are starting to see will what is going to happen. You know you look at. Html look at h. e. g. Which is you know. Hypertext transfer protocol. You'll get smtp simple mail. Transfer protocol ftp vol transferable now. You're looking at a protocol that allows you to transfer economic assets between client and server or client client or server and server for all types of purposes without there being a central banker a third party that's confirming that necessarily in your abled right down to have valued by the blockchain and it just exists and it's very fast transmission until you having all these protocols fight over who's gonna win that was going to become. The standard is going to be theory is going to be salon is gonna be cardinal. I mean i could make up a bunch of names. These basically be protocols over the existence protocols or not. but that's what you're seeing. You're seeing once again. This exact same thing that we saw during the dot com bubble happened in the crypto space. Would you agree with that. We are with this. Been chapter thirty six and thirty seven. What would come after. Mobile in crypto would definitely be in their winded. The book kind of in two thousand seventeen ish. I had the final scene. Just like i had the opening scene of the financing of the mayflower. I had the ending scene when i was writing it. I might as well just let your readers over the ending scene was basically you had these protests at scotty square in new york and you have these occupy wall street protests in two thousand ten. And while we're having these occupy wall street protests you have people raging about the powerful corporations the power of banks. What's happening this country. And at the same time they find out that steve jobs has just died and the final of the boats they find out jobs at died at all of a sudden all of these people protesting capitalism as a part of the occupy wall. Street movement. Are morose are saddened. By the fact that the ceo of the world's largest company the first trillion dollar company ends up becoming the first company. But at that time you know several hundred billion dollars was the largest market got company in the world of time died. And that's the paradox of american capitals on both the consumers view of it and labor's view of and everything else we all understand that there's some beneficial aspects of it even for protesting it at the same time and that was a very stark example that they understood. Jobs is impact. They had their phones in their hand. That's what they were using to coordinate their movements and occupy wall street and they're raising it up in the morning this man so that was the final scene and from there. Obviously you're seeing. All kinds of things happen in mobile. Now you saw uber and lift and door dash look at all the companies that have gone public right now. Airbnb book right off your song. Young people don't even use laptops anymore. They largely use phones. You look at snapchat. You look talk. Instagram multibillion dollar companies that are largely built entirely on mobile platform. And so we we were to say chapters thirty six thirty seven thirty eight without giving away addition to the book. Let's sketch them out. Here what would we do it. We do pandemic. i mean we've kind of have to crypto cryptos a whole chapter. I feel like then. We got to predict five under the future. What is going to be teleportation. Space space could be one. I think electricity. I think first thing is having electric cars very very stunning thing. I think that what's happening here. I mean by two thousand thirty crypto. Look let's see what happens. I mean we understand. This hasn't been a consumer use case yet and of a buyer an investor start of plenty of exposure in the cripple states. There has to be a hit at the end of the day. There's not a consumer hit yet. While there's the fee taker. you got the coin basis. I love to give my crypto buddies a lot of crap because i say a lot of the original messaging was about disrupting wall street. And then i'm like well. Why in the world does this brokerage in fund cost two percent. Why can't you guys do it for ten basis points like vanguard can like who you disrupting your coopting wall. Street's ethos A populous message on it. Hopefully you'll see the fees come down. I think you will. But that's i think that's a accurate. Take but we have very sophisticated products. Happening in crypto me compound and this entire defy space basically in a sense before we've invented home.
Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert
"Thank you for joining today. I be sought in this new year. Twenty twenty one. We're going to discuss. Especially now they did identity in the uk for these new year. Twenty twenty one. How a super special guest. Today with rene effort he says cereal enterpreneur and co head of through profile dot. Co the industry leader in documentation power by the data flow group through profiled odoyo provides these services in a modern environment via the adoption of eat theory on blockchain prior to this rene was co founder and cozy your venture eight a. g. across the platform allowing regular people to embraced side by side would experience business angels in addition. He has been involved in founding. Several internet take immediate combines. Amande husband eat lab house. German in house gration began his career hosting radio shows in running an advertising agency parallel to his studies. He was kid of marketing in percenter at a radio station byron three during the new economy. He hid they determine department at lycos europe. Hello renee welcome. I also my pleasure for this. Podcast is great talking with you. Thank you hope. You're having a great start of the new year and twenty one fed. Who like to hear more about. Would you particularly how you doing media in order very interesting things about technology. Your life ended in this world of the identity. If i knew that myself. I think it's quite unlikely scenario that panned out spent. Maybe you also heard that famous. Commencement speech from steve jobs. In haver that you only can connect the dots in hindsight. You can't connect them living your life. Forward and limited tried to connect these dots and you mentioned a couple of things how they volved in my life. Indeed in my first life as i tend to say i was sitting on the other side of our conversation i was a radio. Presenter was a journalist by tim my highlight. There was a war correspondent for german public radio in macedonia during the kosovo. Nine hundred ninety nine. I did this kind of on the side of my university education for economic management and then post graduation. I was more focusing on the media management side of things. And as you're right they said. I was head of marketing of anti by on three one of the top ten german radio stations. After that's the new economy came. If you might recall that time the boom and the bust very was Director entertainment at that time famous and infamous search engine with a variety of other services lycos europe and really saw a lot of this bust of this new economy which maybe take a year off in two thousand two and spent a year traveling the world in a sabbatical during all sorts of things. I always wanted to do from doing a pilot's license motorbike licence mode license. Learning languages like russian spanish during my tie and then i came back to munich and well. This was my first immigration then. Going to bangalore india. And that's very in fact i thought it. By entrepreneurial journey in businesses like e commerce selling jewelry on ebay then moving into an outsourcing consultancy for bangolo has been very instill is very famous for and then starting in detroit angel invest in into indian companies with these angel andrew a cold mumbai angels so an imperative is lots of back and falls into you mentioned that also. I helped build an echo beta in munich. Owned by a hot spring publisher called spring except where we created some thirteen companies in the span of four years. Then i really truly moved back to munich for a short period of time. Very co founded a social media agency and that crowd funding platform venture ag which we then sold a year later to a publicly listed company. Then came i second immigration. This time with my family to bangkok and then kind of opportunity presented itself better typical soon network connections to join the data flow group at that time it was headquartered in hong kong meanwhile headquartered in dubai and data flow is doing esp primary source verification. Since two thousand six. And i was given a quite broad mandate look at. How can this be more digitized. And let's face it. I'd say verification is not the most sexy topic on the face of this earth but maybe it's also reason why nobody has looked at that. So i tried to exactly that so i kind of became a co founder of true profile. I oh really put the individual and implement into the center so we launched the first version of something called data flow plus dot org some four years ago and that subsequently into a troop profile. I o which. I'm now running in a shared responsibility with my esteemed koha alejandro coca from spain. Who is focusing on the commercial business part while i focus on the product and tech parts so in hindsight maybe it is possible to the dotes. I'd say my personal motivation here in the common thread has been never stop being curious. Never stop learning and never stop willing to make a move into a new uncharted territory. I can see. I can see many changes in geography and also in the business. If i may just add. I think it's really interesting. Because listen to some eighty percent of your podcast. I learned a hell of a lot. And i think what you're doing. You're doing a great service of building. This industry of digital identity from identity for people identity for technical system like api is than also what our policies locations or. What is the identity of a legal entity. So i found this area's always very separate and you're kind of bringing them under one umbrella where they belong. And i hope that maybe today. I can contribute. Another facets around verified credentials which are useful in particular in an hr context into your realm of digital
"lycos" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"lycos" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To Georgia, preparing to tee it up against the Missouri team that has won three in a row. Five of its last six. Good morning. Lauren Smith. You have a guest for us? Yes, a very fine yesterday. Chris Lycos, Christopher like Coast. I love to talk to his dad about surviving World War two. It's really touching story. Chris, Sports Information director for Women's tennis working with You Have Wallace baseball working with Scott stricken It's like baseball. The last you also managed The production of the football program. And you've done a program every game this year digitally high. Is that worked out Chris. It's It's been interesting to say the least We had done him over the years for big games like Notre Dame and for the Bowl Games, SEC championships and whatnot. But, you know, I think we're living in the age where people like to get all the information on their smartphones tablets, the printed piece. I think there's still a market for that. But at the same time it allows us to, you know, talk about Georgia football that people see when read about it, and pictures and video. There's a lot of technology out there and when we like toe, get the word out and all kinds of forms. And all kinds of pieces that Georgia fans can consume. Yes, we try to do a feature every week of source two or three is a matter of fact and Man this week is on my cheek, A very, very outstanding Georgia alumnus and retired executive living in Athens. Most of the time. Yes, that Florida text relationship half of the year so now quickly, something about women's tennis. What does Jeff Wallace have in store for us this year? Well, they return all their seniors. You know, the NCS gave an option for the spring sport athletes. Now all the athletes this year have that option to come back. And so they were loaded last year on the top three nationally, and they should be in the hunt again for indoor and national championships as well. So They've got a loaded roster and Jeff, you know he's won several indoor titles, a couple outdoor titles and, you know they should be right there in the hunt. They only got to play one match and the new Renovated and McGill tennis complex last year when the pandemic shut everything down, so I know they're looking forward to getting back out there and playing in that fine facility. There's a great interest in baseball that Georgia Scott's victims on a good job of getting That sport elevated a little bit his prospects for this year. Well, we should be really good. I don't know how as good as last year when you talk about losing to frontline starters, and Emerson, Hancock and Co. Wilcox, who Sign for combined $9 million. Emerson was the sixth overall pick coal sign for a record $3.5 million dollars as a third round pick, So I lost those two guys and we lost a short stop Camp Shepherd, who was a four year starter and Gold Glove winner, but I got a good mix of veterans and newcomers, And so I think we'll be in the hunt again. Probably top 25. All of us connected with sports information, have the greatest respect and admiration for our leader. Well, it felt in what's it like for you to work with a guy like closed? Oh, he's one of the greatest Alzheimer's and, you know, not a lot of people can say that. They worked her whole life for the same boss. And you know, I'm starting my 29th year now and Klaus been there for all 29. Shows no signs of slowing down and you know he's a good ball. She lets you do your job. And if you need something he's always there to to come through so well. We really, really enjoy it, and we've got a great staff. A lot of guys on on in sport communications have been there a long time. All right. Thank you, Chris Lycos, Great guy and a great gentleman. The key is thanks. Thanks late, great.
"lycos" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Wow. This is a powerful clip here but boy. It really feels in today's age. That's cross the line. The writers would write differently now. Yes right during thunderball to domino. Of course is the main character played by claudine. Oj and domino and bond are having lunch. We use trying to order the conch soup and she said you know. That's really not really doesn't do what you think. It does. whatever he's like. Oh i like it anyways anyway. There's a scene where they're walking away from the table. And how did they know my friends. Komeito meena on the bracelet on your ankle. So what shopping lines. You've got to get to my tease. i love it. do you get to my teeth. Only bond only sean. Nasty little sean. When bond with largo poolside at pell mira largos home in the bahamas and sees one of lycos lycos rifles bonds says but gun looks more fitting for the woman. You know much about guns mr bun. No i know little about women. Okay we already know. He knows a lot about women what they're telling us right here. That's just terrific. Thank you shot. And also with the guns with largo. When they're skeet shooting. We can't just a wonderful interaction. We sean connery call one for me. Of course baugh seems doubly difficult. No it isn't no again. He shows his knowledge. He really does know about weapons and he tells us the audience. Hey i know about women again sean. Connery is bond. And it just baffles largo. Fiona volpe is in the bathtub in what used to be bonds room when you walk into the bathroom though. Aren't tune the wrong room. Mr bone lot from where i'm standing. Although the wing list is my favorite visual gangway keyed vol tie asked bonn to pass her something to put on whereby here each pair of slippers genius. Laugh out loud moment every time. I love expression at his face. Just spot on also perfectly delivered once again. It's only sean into how will see. The part where vargas dies bond and domino are on the beach after she decides to help on because largo was responsible for the death of her brother. Francois domino tells bond vargas is approaching and bond picks up a spear gun. Turns fires.
"lycos" Discussed on Uncommon
"Mountain of like say these thing and The. I. Think to get down the man it was like A. I think the line was three or four hour Weiss an even at the thing if they stopped the cable, you can't get back down and the only way to get back down table mountain is to climb down it. So this is last Ya, I'm at the top of. Top. That have three children which were four one and. Seven. And we're at the top of type amount and we'll like wake hot. We're GONNA miss the cable down. We're going to have to climb down it wearing thongs it took us five hours long climb down the mounted, and it's literally my one year old refused to be carried. So he climbed down the hall in time out by himself. He'd one years old one half out he climbed down that Hall Entire Mountain by himself nor carrying the that was climbing down cliffs like. We look back now. And when we tell the Lycos family, what we did that leaving South Africa they are you crazy Like no one does that like no one takes children Dante. Uptight will mountain illicit from the cable say like those. Those memories are really cool because it was chaotic. It was crazy. But it's a story. Sorry unite and of course, the Roberts did that because that's just what we do. Like my husband's so adventurous like He. has to everything like if. You he's Bungee. Has Nothing he's not done. There is absolutely nothing he's not Deng is yes. I think he's instilled that he may is one he lives in absolute chaos he's organized work. But when it comes to traveling wait I'm cray book brains wages with it. So it's like we get to a place where we're going to stay not. tracheal. Nothing organized. I can feel a freaking out because we have both like really conscientious. So we have to. Bridge Shade. This you've got..
"lycos" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Up in here with in case you missed it, what I buy there. We're still celebrating the King's birthday. Thank you. Sorry, Victor. You know, Tia is one that's always around, Always saying And speaking his mind. He's not one to hold back. Hey, had said earlier that you notorious early on told him that what Megan was saying wasn't what actually happened. And now we all know his version because of his Leak My has leaked has put out album but you know during that time t I was very vocal. You know, saying that he he didn't think it was okay. He said that black women are the most attack, least protected, least offended most vulnerable people on Earth on DH, then we also know that he is still trying to get that versus battle with Fatih said he wasn't talking about why he wants it. See, I we've seen it, man. I know I've seen it where you took to social media and we've been watching verses for months now and usually versus is kind of like all of this person and that person people talk about who they want to see you came is said Man. You don't hae who you ready to go with And you pick 50 saying you called all 50 cents. Why take the social media? And why did you feel it was time for you to call out 50, The weighted Judy King. Listen, people, man, you know, so quiet, You know, it's absurd, for the most part happen, Joy, everything one home, you know, And it's time somebody asked me. I'm very humbled that you feel like you know what? Just no, you know, send it. Don't bring about a man every light. Really reserved candlelight taking the harrow being really professional. Bad in a politically correct when they don't know what you got out of names that people were saying we'd be out out. Thank you realise way. Really. Thank you. Remember what I wrote? Oh, no step a jumper. Don't take this chick old papers. And demand. You petition that only you could have put my hand up there. You gotta talk about careers and legacies. And you gotta put me up. Put me up to the top. You gotta go talk to the little way. You gotta tell me what they want No sweat Lycos record with now you gotta go with the big personalities. The biggest superstars. You gotta go with the big, Big, Big, Big, Big Big B. If really our villages. I feel like he's he's like A good showman, You know, I mean, he he do this out of time. Other people, you do this out. Okay, Now you talk to somebody who will talk about it. I'm talking about Okay. You know me. I won't smoke. So come only Have a bitter list. You getyour breakfast, but I need like a cool guy. But his catalog is in trouble. Come out. We have the building surrounded. Do these sound like we He was on a megaphone or walkie talkie. I love T I really hope that I want to say this is his birthday wish too. To do that versus battles. You know what he said. I feel like he's talked me into it because you just start so much about my thing is, I don't know if it happened. And if it happened, I think it'll be different now, because now they have that TV show that they're going to do together so it could just be catalog to catalog but the whole of the way and it started off way side. He was like this. You know where they're going at each other. I think he lost the takes you once. Once they announced that they're working together, you know, like w W and everybody's mad. You know, in case you missed it, t I right there. You could find the entire interview at radio, big boy dot com. Let's you know, front gate I don't go down with you Could be the old site like too much. You ruined villages on fire You're looking for Rudy over provide CTO. Women lost a filling the truck, which is what I do is a little slap for you. Do, do you? You got a man but you need to understand that you get which frame is little too When your chest I didn't know where you think you're Pootie you need like a dawn is supposed to leave. You leave may be freakin know a night like this. You need to trust God and jump in the car for a heart that got to do..
"lycos" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"People. May we all do a better job of this. They want Teo 5911035. I want to make sure I do justice he owned Rose Video Rose video is like a billion dollar empire. He got Basically you got screwed over by like a money manager, and they went completely broke. Oh, so that's the name of the show is it turned out that as I want to say it was has a joke. He bought a town called Shits Creek. Okay, that one was Rachel was like gave it to us. I'm always a joker being funny or something like that. And so they wound up going to this town because they owned it, And they're like, Well, we have no place to live, and it turned out it was like way worse than they ever could have imagined. And so they move into a hotel and and then it goes from there, but basically the hold the over the overlying principle isn't there that used to be rich? And now they're poor like it's It's constantly dealing with the fact that they don't have money, but they're still but yeah, so that I would say that's the best way to say and so early in the early on, I kind of felt like the episodes were Character development kind. We're not even like I kind of felt like you couldn't watch any of them. And they like the objective was to laugh Then as it got people like, no stick with it. And then as the guys like, season 32234. Well, then, like not only wasn't funny, but then it became really clear, right? Exactly Because then you became sort of attached to the characters. And by the end, they wrap it up. Well, they dio is it 30 Minute is a 30 minutes. Yeah, they're like without the commercials, you know? So they went in, like 20 minutes. Is something each one? Yeah. I don't know why anybody a surprise you have said about this today. But Gucci is selling a pair of $1200 jeans that their overalls are things that appear to be pre stained with grass. I just don't know why anyone surprise that Gucci would sell $1200 anything over overpriced anything. I mean, this is an expensive store. The low waist wide legged blue Jean pants feature a green stain at the knee and have been treated for a stain like distress. A fact The ginger made from recycled materials. Gucci's also selling Ah farm to fashion inspired pair of overalls. And these are two different things, their genes and overalls with grass stains and those air $1400. By the way, you're not the first time the Gucci debuted whether the peril last year they released an $870 pair of sneakers made to look like they had mud stains. And designer Golden Goose practically pioneer the trend with its pair of $500 star studded sneakers that also a pair dirty despite being new. I can't stand the way you see. It's the old dad. Joke of Lycos newspapers say price for those ripped jeans, You know.
"lycos" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"If you've got stuff, you lycos a very limited experience teaching makes the time. Well, what's what's diploma because it's a different ball game is an I like you would be incredibly nervous about doing it. So we've like I mentioned before we've got lots of resources already and we've got lots of resources of the kind that we would use with different groups of students. So my thought at the moment is to try and compile those more into one one place one document where we can go you doing a lesson on such and such. You need to have these resources available. So if somebody's struggling by welcome and if is, doing really well like homebase nowadays nowadays complexity at the moment was. Hong. Quite got my head around yet and that's the fun but we are not allowed to give things out and take things in lots take books in. So. I thought was that we would project everything on screen but then if you make payment Greek where they're doing different activities potentially at. So. I'm thinking at the moment is maybe putting together. Some small booklets for these early units the ones where we we will be mixed payment. So just wave what she's willing. Any students maybe half a copy of this. said that they have with them all the time with the matchbooks. That's one thing I'm thinking. Yeah. I can easily come onto the practicalities. Dot Bus another thing that was running through my mind the yeah. When you've got mixed attainment, the project on the board brings YEP brings issues whole new sets of issues with itself. Let. Let's move on to different Yay creeps up bundled. Eight, to ten together just because I want to focus specifically on eleven and sixth form. In minutes and just anything on US eight to ten that you doing different. You haven't already mentioned in terms of the scheme of work can assessments and so on. I think the one thing that might be peasants bringing hair is a few people have mentioned the idea of a recovery curriculum what my suspension of that I have only heard this phrase on twitter of no, it's not been mentioned at my school or anything like that. Seems from talking to people that there are lots of interpretations of his phrase as everything in education. What I did at a just before the summer holiday was. Throughout lockdown why done his way must game of what? What in practice intensive recording things is we have one document which has all the Knicks on a content city even it and then we have a separate document, which is the medium term plans, which is way you see where each year group is going to start to particularly unit. When when they're going to finish secure units within the teach and teach the contents. But then what I did was throughout lockdown at the bottom of this medium plan, I kept track off every topic that we assigned to the students have lockdown. So we a which was mainly Recall them revision. But when we introduced new content, it was stuff that we knew they would be more likely to pick up remotely without us being there. We couldn't stick religious because there was some things what you just look at the topic guy there is no way. The group is GONNA be able to do that without me. So. We. So I kept track of what I signed them wide sat them, which means that Fed just before the summer holiday when was kind of planning what we today next year I started off by looking at the things that I knew. We had. Definitely missed out completely. And So I make sure that I knew where he was going to start. So Year Eight, for instance saw starting with a unit that they would have done in the summer term of seven. but some of the content about units we did assigning them over lockdown. So we starting from about halfway through that units thoughts. It's each each teacher in front classroom funds of them has the responsibility. It's tool that stuff that was in Siri covered I've lockdown actually was so you have we. Revisited and with some grapes you will find they did really well, and they've got it and a little bit of extra promptest is sufficient. But with other Greek, she might have spent a bit more time on it because might be a numbers of them. He actually do any of the work at least coins thing. Sites. I plan, to the scheme. To. Take older students three the units that they haven't yet done including some that they would have done. During lockdown but I'll say to kind of we vein practice on everything else that insane. Down in case they didn't. That makes. Sense makes perfect sense. Well let let's turn now vented potentially the tricky Bontempo every week creeps tricky in in the situation and year eleven Jemele what do you think in the an in particular? We are the specific question on this. I will recover topics from home learning will she managed to complete the curriculum with them and if not, what will go? What are you thinking with year eleven? So year eleven current year tens yet got going into your. What we did in lockdown was tried to make most of that time very similar to what you just mentioned about revisiting and revising simply because we spent a lot of time doing nine in year eleven. So my approach walls if we do more of that over lockdown than it gives us more time in year eleven to teach content that they have now missed..
"lycos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ed Baxter's in the Bloomberg 9 60 News from in San Francisco. It's all right, Douglas. Thank you. Hong Kong reporting 80 new virus cases a day today, which is down compared with last week and 1/2 has extended the gathering limit and mask requirements to August 11th. Hong Kong school's band face to face school classrooms no on campus but encouraging schools to begin teaching online stimulus negotiators are back at work. Meanwhile, President Trump says he will not allow stimulus for local governments or states. He says he may unilaterally stop evictions if the talks stall. He would not confirm this, though, when asked about it at his news conference. At that conference, he says major focus of his administration has been now on Telehealth mail in elections, he says all messed up. He again says he expects the vaccine before the end of the year and has a military standing by the distributor. New Jersey, saying it increased cases and governor Phil Murphy is limiting gatherings of 25 doesn't want tohave to roll back anymore, he says. California's governor, Newsome says cases air up hospitalizations are down in San Francisco. I met Baxter, This is number Juliet. Thank you, Ed. Let's get back to Mars and Lycos division director at Macquarie Wealth Management on the line from Sydney talking there in the data check. Doug was about the decision today. We know this is kind of a no ideal in terms of any change. It's really the focus on these three year bond target. But what do you think we hear from the Central bank Given what's happening now in Victoria Victoria? You. Certainly you know, it's gonna be more around the common tree around the providing on Ruthie and a traditional daughter coming through in regards to the Victoria shut down and the fact all that But the federal government has put out an economic fiscal uptight last last month with always here, plans to continue extend support in the whole range of areas and that's what I think governments and regular with already going, obviously continues to try and keep the coronaries as open as possible while battling the bars as well. So the result? Thank you. Keep the cash write on hold at 0.25 of 1%. So that's opposing a small positive right on banality. They have already expanding it balance sheet by putting in some small levels of quantitative. Ah, easing type of activity. But you know that today the combination off what the Central bank here is doing. What the government is doing is very significant, virtually double that of what we saw at the time of stimulating the economy through the GFC. Martin. I'm a little curious President Trump's anti China strategy does that works to the benefit of Australia or the detriment? It depends. What's very question. It depends where you're coming from. I think if we look every put politics aside for the moment and just look at the economics certainly, you know, China has targeted Australian regards too. Some tariffs on things like some beef imports and barley imports but equally so we are benefiting without a death on the restart of the Chinese economy. Particularly on the big infrastructure spending and the and the ramp up off steel production. So our on or exports are record record volumes and certain Donald Price his march has actually rallied around $85 a world of $100. So straining produce is doing very well out of that We saw. You know we feel Chinese. We've got a very good Russian with China trying to in regards to our on our exports. We provide very high quality. We provide very high volumes what there are and always have this disruption the market as I mentioned on their own with production out of Brazil. So it's mixed. It's a mixed bag in terms of trade side on then, of course, the structure is always going to be looking at it on sovereign risks and looking after our national interest in regards Tio region generally The other focus for Australia and for commodities in general is the Dola picture, and we have seen a little bit more of strength coming through in the Bloomberg dollar Index. The week Dola story kind of fading, somewhat concerned does that have in terms of what we could be seeing for potential further ripples in emerging markets? We saw a significant rise the US dollar post march when we were there was clearly a significant shift to safety. But of course, it does appear that the emerging markets, particularly in Asia. Faring better under the covert crisis, and the U. S. Dollar has come off more recently in human as a result of that. It's part of being on one of the drivers. Why Golden Silva has done pretty well. Although we do you think God will probably have reached our maximum levels. Excuse me For the moment anyway. The risk is that you see something in recovery in the U. S stolen and that's possible particularly reminds me another resurgence of the dollar. CIA covert outbreaks continue to escalate. And there'll be another ship. By Mark Expect to more saving so fast. It's such a US dollar and us triggers. Okay, so final question just for fun. What is your single best investment idea of the moment? Well, it's probably not a single idea, Brian, but it's obviously a big picture automatics, and it's pretty always is when you're hearing, you know, Like overnight Apple hit new all time highs with the likes of you. Amazon and all the big Tex. I know this is one of his wives didn't perform well, the voting.
Coronavirus Travel News
"As the world dust start to open itself up to travel again very gradually, we'll hear from Chris Gills shortly. which includes stay towels on May? Call Gospel not so bomb voyage. It's all those stories of win. Trouble doesn't go so well, and it's based on the. Travel News I. CAN'T UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tony about the world opening up once travel ban to the UK lifted soon as possible government, there is working on a new plan, so the British holiday Mike is can travel freely around Europe from July, without the night to quarantine on their return I, think they calling it the European corridor, the covid corridor main Tom Spain has further eased lockdown missions Florida's Disney resort hotels will reopen this month and You Zealand his declared victory over Corona virus after its final covid, nineteen patient was given the all clear night coveted old in the country. Awesome, Las Vegas has reopened for business. Sort of kind of. Fighting in the opening of casinos isn't Simul have handwashing stations with water and towels and soap. Please use them at least twenty seconds and signs will suggest gets waged at mosques, the Renault. No shows nightclubs will sporting events. People from all around Italy can travel to Venice again while the nations are no longer required with mosques outside which Lycos makes failing Nola. Nice we'll have some more news from you as we go and we'll hear from about being stuck Hiroko with her. But right now let's to no attention to jewels and Christine the team behind. Don't forget to move there. fulltime travel bloggers from opposite sides of the world silence kickoff and find out how they may. So, we met when we were both travelling Solos through South America and we both decided to volunteer organization `Pisco Peru helping out after the earthquake down there, and we met while volunteering together and volunteered together for about six months, and then just continue traveling together, and that was back in two thousand twelve, so we've just continued the life of travel as a couple now and into a lot of places around the world. Yeah, this is this is life We made the transition. We started the trouble blog in trouble counting crash everything that's involved with that probably back. In mid two dozen took a few years to get started, but within the last four years. That's what we've been doing full time. Traveling around the world. We have a couple of biases that we like to to. Work out of our Bali in come back to San Francisco Melvin, but other than that way on the right full-time. Working Travel Yeah. It's a pretty pretty good offer now. It's. The travel industry is citing you blah. Don't forget to move. How's IT affected leering, come with a having forgot to move, but we're definitely not moving at the moment. With travel bicycling orbits stopping within a wake over here in the US it really just. Kinda pull the rug out from under old trips. We had for the rest of the planned. Will avail earn travel plans and pretty much just stopped on so all the troops, all the brands in the companies and destinations that we had planned to work with new coming six months old had to postpone those trips over the other hotness ships and stuff like that we had organized as well just as budgets became todor in trouble became a non everything just pigeonholed hold, and it's pretty much where we are at the moment, just whiting in Limburg for the travel industry to kick back up again, Gills thinking of. Other things to do outside. If this travel travel blog, or are you literally just waiting things to stop back up against? They can resume knife. Resumed life as normal. Yeah, we, we've always got. Something was working on something on the side We've been putting a lot more. Trouble podcasts, which has been good, because it's allowed us to continue talking about trouble in staying in trouble spice without having to physically travel, so that's been handy and we've got a couple of other business ideas. It will always floating around, but it's I. Guess Everything in general is a little bit uncertain at the moment. I'm kind of jealous of you podcast. Eighties cold, not so bomb voyage. It's all about the stuff that goes wrong on the rights. Then we've done a couple of episodes. We've shared stories of things that have gone wrong on the right, but as Jill said you. Focus your attention on your on your podcast until those stories. Where do they come from? So we tell stories that we find from France from other travel bloggers from stories from the news, all sorts of stories, books and movies, but all true stories of when things go wrong while traveling which we find to be, they make the best stories right. You don't come home and tell all your friends and family about the time that everything perfectly. When you're out traveling the world, you tell them about the time that your bus broke down or you had your cameras stolen or something crazy happened. Those always make the best stories, and we found that there with social media and instagram and everything. There was this skew trend towards the glamorous side of travel where everything is picture perfect and you're on a gorgeous beach. No one else is there and everything. It just looks wonderful, but everyone who's traveled knows that there's the other side of that where it's. You're hiking down to this beach in your sweaty and there's probably a million people there and somebody's trying to. To sell you, you know like that's just the real side of traveling, so we wanted to bring that the forefront and just chat with people about that and tell stories of when things go wrong in the road, because that's more interesting in our opinion,
"lycos" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me
"And then there's another one called resistance. I haven't got to that one yet. Takes PLACE DURING FORCE AWAKENS AT TIMELINE? So so what are? What are the clone wars fall? The clue givers is in terms of aitor. Yes a legit I that point I think between attack of the clones and revenge assists. I WANNA say that sounds right online. Yeah but Clone wars if you don't watch any of the other ones wash onwards bills in so many of the The blanks the movies left is mine. I mean if you're a star Wars Geek like I am. It's mind blowing. How good the markings are I started. Clone wars but never finished it so. I have to get back to. Where can you watch it? I've been watching off Disney plus. I'm not sure if it's available anywhere else or not. It was on Netflix. I'm not sure if it's there anymore. It's definitely on Disney plus yeah discipline pulling all their stuff back under their umbrella so it. It might not be on Netflix anymore. Okay okay I watched all seven seasons of Clone wars pretty much back to back so so all we have to do is bench. Fourteen seasons basically. Well I think the clone wars has seven rebels has four an old movies in between the assistant so eleven. Seasons of cartoons. You're not so bad though. 'cause they're short episodes right. There like three may twentieth commercials. Cut Out there like twenty minutes or so. Okay okay. Well I was going to say troy before we go And I apologize. I neglected to mention this at the beginning on key. Tell us a little bit about your Youtube Channel. No no no yeah. It's a youtube fourche lashes. Economics is a pretty much the extension of my stores. The comics we. I try to videos from everything. Up there We have how to play Different boardgames pub culture stuff. Where just like this video or just talk about? Geeky nerdy stuff. I mean just anything I think's interesting and I make a video about I put it there Like I said. It's just an extension of the comics. Originally it was remote Zia Comics and It just Kinda ticket life of its own from there. We did move your views for a while that became too cumbersome and you guys did a better job so you guys do that. Man should never stop that. Everyone knows who is a long way for us. I mean we is. We have to arrange with our camera guy and and us to both go in and watch and then Lately the audience has been weird about giving reviews. It's been really hard to pull people into talk about it and it is truly. I understand that but Before you know when I started everybody wanted to give their their input but it got a little difficult and we might do myself do it again afterwards. But we've got so busy doing other things that It's it's hard for. No El Paso is an hour dry for us both ways and in all the editing and filming everything on fire we just Kinda put it on the back burner for now. We might revisit it later but at this point we haven't done any for a long time. We we probably should be. Yeah that that's what. The Youtube Channel is awesome. Awesome and I. I've watched it a couple of your episodes for sure. And you guys do a fantastic job. You have great equipment and and good production value to Can you talk about Production Well a little bit of everybody. In the beginning we had reworked productions. Who did a lot of our movie reviews and other things and then it got to be a little cumbersome trying to get that uncoordinated so. I started doing it myself. I am awesome software online. Self taught myself how to do all that stuff and I mean. It's still amateurish. But it's it's better than I doing off my iphone in trying to use whatever king free with the phone right Lycos free apps and stuff. Yeah okay You know I didn't check out his channel labs. I just wanted to begin his channel. If you want to do to four slashes the Comics Ziarat Rama. Ix Okay all right well. That wraps up. I were quarantined. Binge watching a talk with our special guests troy Thank you for joining us. It was fun earlier comments below on what you have been watching and what you think about what we think about. You know these shows and As always were social media at facebook we are real screeners and instagram. We are at real dot screeners and hi and thank you guys once again and we'll see you next time for our real take on whatever we can watch during quarantine. Sia Not with me pain that you get and class you play in an arm each e..
A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte
"Today. We're GONNA be talking sheriff about photography. So let's get into it Sherry. Welcome to our show. It's so great having Jose here so you have grown up around cameras now as a little kid all my life cameras aimed at you most again. Your Dad was Trenton Center. He was big deal. Back in the fifties sixties seventies. He broke down a lot of walls. Again everybody's familiar with his music and his acting and everything else. So you're smiling laughing about so. I was very hyperactive. Attention deficit as a child. I still lamb a little curtail with certain things now making native American blood you know wearing a bright orange camp right now you WanNa talk about it. Yeah Orange there you go. There's fast on. Go ahead I'm sorry. My Grandmother gave me my first Brownie camera. Now that's how far back I with the fan flash that you put the light bulb shit so I had that one. I was four years old. How many megapixel was and you would get this little tiny roll of film that you would put inside that Yummy and That was my first foray into being behind the camera and then instamatic semantic when I was I think I had a funny little polaroid camera that we had them all And my first legitimate camera was a pentax when I was eleven years old. Okay I was in boarding school by Matic or h three the it was. You know I can't remember I just. It was a thirty five millimeter Pentax Camera. That was dad's I know. Dad had a SPA top. Any passed it down to me so my entire high school was spent in the dark room. I smell like smoke. That was really attractive. Smell coming out of the yellow fingernails sitting in the dark. You Know Rolling and Rolling Rolling Rolling and then you know praying that you could put it in the CAN. It would come out and it wasn't all crumpled and you know so. Yeah I spent a good part of my earlier years behind the camera. And then of course like you said being Harry's daughter you know when we when he was on tour somewhere and there's Paparazzi or people taking pictures of us all the time and then Harry took pictures of us all the time that we never saw and it was the biggest joke because he was he always got get over there. Get OVER THERE. Get over there. Stop Stop Standards There. Hundreds and hundreds of pictures that were taken by. Harry and we've never seen a single one single. And why do you think that's the case? He just too busy to Kinda know if he ever developed and I don't know if there was even filmed the camera I think he had these Lycos and he just you know he just kept shooting once in a while. We saw him because he would. When he was a touring he would have these The program with this and it was always the big color program that would come with new. Buy A ticket and there would be pictures of us you know in there and we go to dad. Shoot that picture around. The house was photography kind of a respected medium. Was it an art to be an art. He did have a darkroom which he never went into. He just had it in the back next his recording studio but he did use a recording studio. Did use the recording. But Yeah we always have been shutterbugs. I think the whole definitely me more so than I think my siblings but Harry was definitely behind the camera. He was into like us us a very like a like like like scandal. And what about the Paparazzi and stuff? Maybe it wasn't. I can't even say that it wasn't like it is now because Paparazzi but was it A pain in the bud. Was it something that you guys so I was so used to? You know because what happened is my hair Harry. In Marguerite. My mom was marguerite. She passed away a few years go but they divorced. When I was very young actually separated woman was pregnant with me so there was always that kind of people trying to take pictures of that that was going on but there was a little more of a sense of decency for lack of better words with authorizing I mean. Now it's like Oh goes the there were lines. That were not crossed back then. I mean chances and stuff like that and they they definitely probably got onto your skin right probably worse today and usually think it was more of a magazine would come in. Ebony magazine would come in and say you know. Can we shoot you at home or and you know there was a story that was behind it and maybe the attorneys would go yet. It's good idea. Let's let's push that you know. Yeah we've always been around cameras for yourself. It's often family. What kind of things interested you would sort of you know? In the days I was in boarding school in Massachusetts so I I've always been a fan of black and white. I never learned how to process color and of course slides for the first things. You sort of learned. I never learned how to process but I was always into the dynamic of black and white so with the snow in Massachusetts. There was always the lights and shadows and you can stream you know falling through the ice no save. The camera saved the camera. Shot landscapes mostly landscapes. And then I shot everything and then as I got older and could start a fording stuff. I actually stopped shooting for a while and then when Sam. I got married thirty five years ago. Sam gave me my first Yoeskamnoer. I had by then already onto Canon cameras. But you know hey a one and the that great but then Sam gave me my first Kammer after maybe not shooting for ten years and we went on our honeymoon to Italy and I just shot like crazy like bags and bags film was carrying at the time. Kodak made what was called recording fill in the recording. Four seventy five four and as soon as you develop it would turn into a corkscrew that you can never hold flat that I didn't know because by then I wasn't processing okay but Three hundred you could you. Could you could set the The whatever you wanted I mean you couldn't with any film but this was if you decided to shoot at or if you wanted to shoot one hundred thirty two hundred or sixty four hundred. Just remember what you shot that at and you'd process it like if I shot four hundred three sixty I process it at four hundred by shoot at three sixty and I mean the detail was. It's crazy it's like mega pixels eight thousand and I just fell in love with that and then when Kodak stopped making it because they said well you know nobody's buying it because it was twelve dollars a roll and I know buying it. No please keep making and then shortly after you know film just kind of went by the wayside and now it's coming back. Is it coming back to us? Sales were up twenty percent last year. So you now actually have to try and find a film camera. I still actually have a rebel. Okay okay isn't it rebel? Originally rebels were killed. What was called the digital rebel? No megapixel but I did have for the Canon thirty and I was started shooting movies of Friends of mine. Who were directors said? Would you shoot stills movie and I remember get going into get a sound blimp made for my digital camera and the guys in you and Steven Spielberg's guy or the only people that have blimps for you. These eight thirty eight sixty. Whatever I add albertson blimp. Right Jacobsen Jacobsen recently closed down. There's no need for any other. No ex- exactly. I've got this this whole box downstairs in the garage is because like don't need the blimp. Next time lenses by the I worked on a movie as recently as Twenty fifteen and with a digital camera and they recorded a blimp ahead to go rent one. I mean even even that little clique. If you're onset now we have an issue thousand frames so that one was especially digital you shoot so fast. The first movie I did shoot I had asked me me. Leaders a friend of mine and she also is the executive producer and director of the morning. Show but at the time going back. You know fifteen twenty years. Whenever it was that I was shooting this I said to her. You know this is the first time shooting for a movie. What she's just keeps shooting shoot. Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot so I did. I shot eight thousand seven hundred and seventy eight frames and thought okay. You know. I'm their mom. Put them all and give them. And then oh no we just need your best hundred. It took me like three weeks to go through every single one of those because I really looked like I was shooting movie. Everything was so slightly different. They know what would you take away from that experience? Really get an editor back to that five role mentality you know. They'll have a budget for three to five roles. And that's what you did shooting digital change anything when you when you shoot because obviously it did change a lot for a lot of people in this idea of shooting maybe too much or a lot or just the freedom they can give you. Some really changed a lot of people's now you know everything is it cyclical now. I've barely picked up my camera now. Also have a Sony seven hours and shooting with my Samsung Galaxy's the galaxy the first galaxy thing. I had a four note for one of the earlier. Ones the best pictures I've ever seen. I went on my God. Look at these pictures that I'm getting on my phone and now I have a lot of my family's mostly apple. Nothing you know not against apple but galaxies have much better pictures you know the Samsung just really has the better technology shooting with your phone and I know friends of mine even say your pictures are so much better than mine. Why is that slow data Samsung if Samsung only made and take get another phone? Get Your Samsung Stolz. But I still like I still like the weight of having a camera and shooting the cameras a different different animal. But now you know. There's a difference for photographers. I never was would call professional photography gallery shows and stuff but I'm not like Greg Gorman. Who was a friend of mine? I didn't shoot and I'm not making money like that as a photographer. And right now so many you can take so many pictures. I mean anybody can get good picture with their phone. You know you can. It's easier to get good pictures now than it used to be. You know you'd have to have a professional photographer do that. Well now I you know people take headshots their phones movies with your eyes. You can do anything. Us forces us to kind of rethink what I should be taking pictures of. And how many pictures should be taking reassessed kind of the nature of it and that's happening. I think you know this return to film. We're seeing people kind of wanting to slow back down a little bit trying to figure out what what's the basis of it. That's really what it is. It's it's a medium. It's like if you're an oil painter if you're into acrylics or if you're doing you know pencil drawings if you're into sculpture it's a it's all worthy it's just a matter of what your taste isn't what it is that you're shooting at that
New England Patriots’ nightmare Tom Brady scenario very much in play
"At a more I can ask you about New England because man this is juicy solid sounds like Brady does not want to retire that Brady would like to come back it sounds like Robert Crandall were lying desperate to have him back in New England and yet there is this kind of something hovering over this situation as Belichick want Brady back we don't know is Brady wanna be with Belichick any longer we don't know is there any chance in your mind that Robert Kraft chooses Tom Brady over bill Belichick and Belichick is moving on so but let me say this Robert Kraft can certainly mediate this if necessary the I found it no it wasn't Tom Brady senior who is right there right DSL said this is Tom seizure Newman is bill Belichick's call it's up to bill Belichick he controls what time is going to do so that's what it does if you watch list of the Bella check after the game he didn't want to say much he acknowledged that you know that calm is an icon there with pages and all the he loves them and all that stuff but he also said something very revealing which is that Hey this is a two way street and you know when they went into the contract this past year it was Tom's idea Brady the I did it he just said this project it is basically you ended this year any other cancer had three agency but not be franchise and so what what Belichick kind of said the other night briefly well that it is a two way street here no kind of like Tom had a choice but now we're in a different choice because to me bill Belichick is the architect of this team as he's done a marvelous job but if you saw what was around Tom Brady this year I don't care who's playing quarterback I mean yeah maybe Russell Wilson is somebody that can overcome some of the weaknesses that there is a bit weird the receiver is doing adamant got a hundred passes and I'm showing we're gonna find out he's really injured this year it's always amazing I don't drop the ball but you know what it was that the tide introduction obviously because rob about Kelsey fell off the only way to be if you what Tom Brady and bill Belichick both counted on was that they had Antonio brown and that was going to fix a lot of problems it was Robert Kraft the owner who decided after Antonio brown messed up by the weekend it that this was not going to be for him and so grab one Tom Brady back I believe Tom must come back I think the best place form is New England and then it's a matter Belichick's got the better players come out of any any attempt to do it we know we can do that but no don't you sure kind of that that little shot there about no it's not a known it is a two way street Tom Tom Tom wanted this to go either way this crisis which is now I go is there and they can make it a bigger crisis Belichick says dole but it was going to play quarterback for the year instead of is not ready yet you know and it's all month to play and I think this month is a probably bugs dollar check and I don't know this because they told me yes yeah you know Tom because of this family he is is all season is different he doesn't show up until later in the offseason but if you're gonna be working with new receivers yeah I David bill Belichick is probably going to want him around more frequently to get them all close up but on the same page when we are moving parts and now we don't know Josh McDaniels is going to be there and and as the office you Lycos dot a scar neck you coming back and we just saw it there the receivers coach just begin the New York Giants
Selina Tobaccowala Discuss Growing up Coding in the 80's and How She Was Often the Only Girl in Class
"If you're already business idea in Haiku form it would go something like this. It solves problem. Super Easy to explain people will use it and back in the early days of the worldwide web. There were a lot of problems that were right for solving including paper or rather other how to use less of it about the last time you wrote a letter on paper though that a registration form with a pen or filed a physical document into way metal filing cabinet right for the most part e mail and electronic documents have replaced paper same with invitations. Most of the invites I get and I'm pretty sure you get common an email and for that simple convenience you can thank you salina. Tobacco Allah because back in the late. Nineteen Ninety S Selena and her friend Alid wrote the code that would power the first online invitation business eve and for a time was a darling Ling of the DOT COM bubble within two years of its founding it was valued at around a hundred and fifty million dollars of course when the bubble burst in in two thousand so did E. value but unlike other dot com era companies such as COSMO or pets.com Lycos or G. who cities eviter hung in there. And it's still around today. In fact invitations from eviter reach more than one hundred million people eight year company is now owned owned by Liberty Media and while it has tons of competitors eve. I is still one of the biggest players and online and -tations as for Selena Tobacco Allah. She still an important name Silicon Valley. She's become a kind of role model for women and girls who want to get into tack in fact back. When she was a kid she she loved computer? She was obsessed with them. She grew up in Ramsey New Jersey. The daughter of two emigrants from India's for my parents perspective. If you ask who I was I mean I was always that person like waving my hand in the air with the answer class which I think annoyed a lot of my teachers. Most of the time I love to read. I am A terrible athlete. I'm but I always love team sports and it was something that was important to me. I actually was voted basketball captain of Ramsey high school basketball team but not because my athletic ability but only because I built a stats program in high school to help the other players shoot better. Wow using like built a statue program on your home computer I did. It was on the army pro database and I used to come home after every game in like database who shot from wear and then a printout sheet the next day and give it to the good players and they eventually decided that they wanted me to be there captain which was very funny because I only play the last two minutes of the game either if we were really upper really behind. How did you get into computers as a kid? So is really from influence of my dad. He started off as a punch card programmer for a company called. EDS and he was there for. I think about twenty five years and he rose from being this punch-card programmer to a a multimedia president couples away from the CEO of this huge organization. Her and he always exposed us to technology when he would take us to work work every so often we would see that entire you know. It was a huge mainframes and servers. And you'd walk in and you see all the computers and the technology and it was just always exciting to me and so he brought computer home. I'm probably when I was eight nine ten years old and I got excited Abou- coding and starting to build things and then my mom Schlep me summer coaching camps in all different places across New Jersey. To expose me to it more. I mean this is before like now of course every parents like I want my kid to learn how to code but like in the early mid eighties. That was not the thing. What were you learning? What was the code? I'm so pretty sure. It was logo and basic at the time. I I and then I do remember learning Pascal when I was in middle school. Were you often one of the only girls in those classes definitely and if I look back now now I think about that you know I remember I took the AP Computer Science Class of my high school. And I'm pretty sure I was the only girl in class but it never occurred to me at the time. Do you remember Birlik even as a teenager thinking like when you ask a teenager would. He won't be when he grew up. You know some of them have an answer and some of them might say the president and some might you know say businessman-rebel Dan rea billionaire like would you say I want to do something in computers right from high school. I wanted to do something in computers. That was what I got excited about. That's what I wanted to study Eddie. And when I was looking at colleges I was only focused on okay. What are the best colleges for computer science and that was my criteria? And so you decide to go oh to to the west coast to Stanford. Yeah this is like the beginning of the DOT com boom come one point. Oh did you get that feeling. England was that was that energy present on campus nineteen ninety-four so that energy of starting a company and the company starting around you in that dot com boom. I mean that was all around you especially by nineteen ninety six one thousand nine hundred seven. I mean there was excited. There was Yahoo. There was so many different companies in that the idea that you were computer scientists and you could go start a company with absolutely in the air one thousand nine hundred hundred important year at the year. Netscape and Netscape Browser. Comes out for mass use. Do you remember using the web for the first time and I don't remember the exact moment I use the web for the first time but I remember burn my year. One thousand nine hundred four freshman year was the first year everybody had email all my high school friends that e mail and it just changed everything like that time. In in computer technology technology was just this mash shift to introducing that consumer to all of this content and communications that nobody had access to prior. I guess like in your first year you met somebody who was who go on to be an important business co founder and partner Later on again in Aleve Aleve mad at you as you meet them so I lived in off freshman dorm compromiser and two doors down for me was the sky. I'll he was from Wisconsin. He was a swimmer but he loved computers and he was always building stuff. And this will. This will age US we worked on the first yearbook that was going to be digital instead of physical he put it on a multimedia CD distributed to all the freshmen and it was just photos. And you put the CD in there's your yearbook. Yeah exactly so you know like you work on this yearbook and then did you just continue to kind of talk about ideas or so I had a little blip. which was I took a computer science class in my freshman year there and I didn't do that well and I got a little nervous? which is is this the right field for me and that summer I got a job Bob? which was what I thought was going to be database activity in the mall and it turned out? I was the mall greeter where I would literally stand there and say welcome to Paramus Park and and I was complaining about it to my friend's dad he ran the IT Department for an Investment Bank Warburg pincus and he said quit your mall job. Come intern for me. And I had the most amazing summer experience I helped build one of the first websites for this investment bank. We built this application called morning meeting notes to help them. You know Record all their Monday meetings and I fell back in love with computer science and it was really then my sophomore year that I went full steam ahead on CS CBS. It was once I saw using computer science in the real world and I saw I was I reaffirmed that I was good at it. You know when you walk into Stanford and and all of a sudden you know. You have been the Valedictorian and you've been the best student in your class and then you walk in and all of a sudden your average and it makes you question in the sense of like. Oh Am I going to be good at this when I get out into the real world and having that summer experience I saw I can do