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Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

03:31 min | Last month

Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.

"Baghdad on tuesday nights trump also posted a deranged thirteen minute video to facebook and twitter making his full case for subverting the election and claiming it is his duty to ensure the election was fair insisting he won by a landslide and presenting c. t. v. that he claims was evidence to prove his victory in reality. All of his claims have been debunked including by the supreme court on two occasions. Critics expressed concern for trump's deteriorating mental health and his inability to accept his election loss one. It's not unusual for presidents to grant clemency on their way out the door trump also commuted the sentences of five others on tuesday. Trump has made clear that he has no qualms about intervening in the cases of friends and allies whom he believes have been unfairly treated even those who have pleaded guilty to their crimes the pardons included former republican. Representative duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york trump also commuted. The sentence of former representative steve stockman of texas and pardon. The current state representative phil lyman of utah. Who led an atv. Protest through restrictive native. Land's call ins the first member of congress to endorsed trump to be president was sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison after admitting he helped he son and others dodge eight hundred thousand dollars in stock market losses when he learned that a drug trial by a small pharmaceutical company had failed onto was sentenced to eleven months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing campaign funds and spending the money on everything from outings with friends to his daughter's birthday party in the group announced tuesday nights with four form. A government contract is convicted in two thousand seven massacre in baghdad. That left more than a dozen iraqi civilians dead and caused an international uproar over the use of private security guards in a war zone. The pardons reflected trump's apparent willingness to give the benefit of doubt to american service and contract is when it comes to acts of violence in war zones against civilians trump also announced pardons for allies in sned in the russia investigation. One was for george papadopoulos. He's two thousand sixteen campaign advisor whose conversation unwittingly helped trigger the russia investigation that shadowed trump's presidency for nearly two years. He also pardoned alexander's swan. A dutch loya. Who was sentenced to thirty days in prison for lying to investigators during special counsel robert mueller's investigation president-elect joe biden on tuesday assailed the trump administration for failing to fortify the nation's cyber defences and called on president donald trump to publicly identify the perpetrator of a massive breach of us government agencies. A hack some of trump's top allies have blamed on russia france relaxed its corona virus related ban on trucks from britain on tuesday after a two day standoff that had stranded through of drivers and raised fears of christmas time food shortages in the

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"lyman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:49 min | Last month

"lyman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"What didn't what did we learn from this one that we can apply to the next great practice to get into one one organization. That's not common knit isn't and it was one of those things where i implemented it in the things that i did if it was practically what we learned from this. What can we apply it. When i first started doing that everybody looked at me like at three heads. It's like wait a minute it's done. Why are we talking about it because we should look for opportunities to be better the next time or take some learnings and can we apply those to other things. We're doing to make those things better and it's it's a mind shift for many but it it's such a fruitful exercise that pays huge dividends down the road for sure. And you know that that while you know building a brave culture any kind of great culture takes time you can see the initial results really quickly we do because we use some assessments and we use the wily group of products of everything desk in the fight behaviors of cohesive teams. And like we so we can have a team..

"lyman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:03 min | Last month

"lyman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Experts like they're super heavy on the knowing and they really rely and focus on that piece of it and then others focus on the doing. Well what am i doing as a leader. Oh somebody told me to give you know. Three pieces of positive feedback before i give one piece of negative feedback. Okay that may be works. But then who are you being as a leader is really. It's like the the knowing and the doing are the tip of the iceberg and the being is what lies underneath and that's where we spend the majority of our time. So what are your mindsets. Do you have largely negative mindsets or do you have largely positive. Open growth oriented mindsets like your daughter. Are you focusing on the things that you can't control and that you you don't typically do anyways or are you focusing on that fifteen percent are you focusing on like how. How can i be a better human today. Because if i'm a better human i'm going to be a better leader and we are in this culture. That is you know you know such a quick fix. We want the we wanted vaccine for cova six months ago when it only came out seven months ago you know but but developing yourself as a leader and developing a conscious culture in an organization is something that takes time if you do it right and if you do it right it's resilience and it.

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Just What is Going on at the Esports Stadium Arlington?

Esports Minute

02:49 min | Last month

Just What is Going on at the Esports Stadium Arlington?

"Sports stadium in Arlington is the largest Esports arena in North America this week. They laid off almost all their employees including former president. Jonathan Ogden Josh. Whose been at the Helm of the company for the past few years made it clear. There was plenty of discontent behind the scenes. He tweeted quote would love to talk about what's happened a t Sports stadium and my fears what will happen with the new Direction off all the details but need to tread lightly from a legal perspective and quote in other tweets. He makes it even more clear that the exit wasn't pretty and that the new leadership represents a drastic change from the team driving the stage over the last few years. The new president will be luke Bauer Bauer doesn't have much experience in E Sports at all. Jacob Wolfe tweeted yesterday quote Bauer is a 2020 University of North Palm. Just graduate and Linkedin shows experience running a pressure washing company power is a friend of Luke lights means and quote. Luke is the other figure involved with the company and he's a bit controversial Thousand Years. Apparently the grandson of Ray Davis a majority shareholder of the Texas Rangers who helped launch the venue according to Woolf the current CEO of Esports Arena Arlington is Neil Lyman a minority shareholder for the Rangers. And if that name doesn't ring a bell, here's a refresher Infiniti sports and entertainment. That's the company that bought optic gaming back in 2017 and made an absolute mess of it before selling it off to a mortal's about two years later. Now, it seems like Neil is taking another popular is Esports institution run by a gaming veteran and moving it in a direction of wage earner nepotism Bauer didn't interview with Kevin hit at the Esports Observer, which I will link below in it hit questions Bauer about an odd tweet from Luke leitzman lights been again appears to be Bridge between Bauer and the Texas Rangers owners who are making the decisions here lights been tweeted and then deleted e Sports Stadium Arlington will not at any time require requests or inquire about the vaccination record of anyone. I will be buried in the ground before this changes. That's just an odd statement to make from a public health perspective, especially as venues have been one of the hardest-hit industries by the covid-19. Demek Bauer claims lights been does not have the authority to make that call but his entire page was wild with feared claims. And now as I searched for it today does not exist. So weitzman's actual role at the company is not clear whatsoever. Jonathan quotes who did the article and said there is much much more to this and is in no way being transcribed fully booked. It's not a fault of hit. Of course. It's a fault of Bauer who just is not going to provide the full situation. We likely won't know the full story until Jonathan's NDA expires, but for now given meals poor history. Use words to say the least. We certainly aren't going to give him the benefit of the doubt here.

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"lyman" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Man manscaping your balls will thank you. GotTa, shout them out and paintbox doughnuts I'm in the booth today because we're GonNa have a special panel but we're going to start early because this is an amazing crew. So we're GONNA GET INTO JUJITSU WE'RE GONNA get into a whole bunch of things. Maybe some controversial stuff. We'll see we Ruben Alvarez back. We got Chad Lyman. Mr. C. Four C.. Operator do. We're going to dive right in. This is going to get heated. Ruben, it's on you. I want you to start. What have you been dealing with today and why? I'm getting a lot of questions about like USA force spectrums within like law enforcement agencies but why? Because of a video that surfaced of Henna gracie posting out. About like a new curriculum putting a I don't know what it is, but it caused. Caused a lot of like officers. To message me about it and asked me my personal opinion on it so. Yeah So, what is your personal opinion on it? There's things I I. I agree with that. He does on their you know I've I've gone through the programs I. Like Him. You know it's very good for beginners you know. They know how to teach, but there's also things that I don't agree with that. You know. Unless you do the job you wouldn't understand so much you know. I I made post about where I thought I understood the job because my parents did it but until I actually did the job and went into the job. Yet. You're like holy crap. So I want to play devil's advocate before I give it to chat. Here's the thing. Do you think would enter or with anybody it's not just picking on is anybody do you think the roadblock is? A little bit of like they don't understand our culture because we see this in the gun industry to right like they don't understand the culture. Do you think there's a little bit of that? So that goes into like something good day Tim Kennedy posted where it was like a while back when he was at like shot show like three years ago where like a lot of fighters.

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Invisible marketing  with Jeff Lotman

The Futur

04:51 min | 3 months ago

Invisible marketing with Jeff Lotman

"Great Gun and welcome to the future podcast. Today's guest is the founder and CEO of Brand Licensing Agency global icons. Now, you may be asking yourself what exactly is that? And Russ assured you're not alone as he puts it they operate in an incredibly misunderstood field that no one knows about except we see every day. Remember Flintstones, vitamins. You. Don't think hanna-barbera actually created those do. Yeah totally neither did I. In, this episode he and Chris Talk About the world of invisible marketing pairing brands with products that you wouldn't think necessarily go together. BMW Strollers Porsches Sunglasses. Forever Twenty One and the US Postal Service. It is a super interesting field that I had no idea existed but after hearing about it seems so obvious and brilliant. Please, enjoy our conversation with Jeff Lyman. Okay. So my my audience might be familiar with this idea. It's called a mash up it's when to artists or maybe through a DJ or mixer puts things together two genres that don't belong like rap and country The most famous examples I can think of as an artist whose name is danger mouse he took Jay z's black album and the Beatles white album and put them together and created magic between I. I think if I understand what you do correctly jeff that it's kind of like what you do you take two things that we love and you smash them together and it's just wonderful thing and most. Of US are completely oblivious to this happening you write about this in your book called invisible marketing now do I have this Jeff? No I think that's a really interesting way of looking at it and I've never ended describe like that. But I think you're right. I mean that's exactly what we do. We really put a manufacturer together with the brand usually have someone that wants to create a product and he's trying to break into the market and they're trying to figure out the best way of doing it, and of course, they could call it jeff or they call it Lamborghini including the their name WanNa, compare to my name what goes up dramatically. Okay. So this is fascinating because this is a world that we all kind of are somewhat subconsciously aware but until we learn about what Jeff does, then it becomes very clear what's happening. So Jeff for people who don't know who you are, can you introduce yourself and let let us all know kind of what it is that you do. Short. So my name is Jeff Lottman. I'm the CEO Global Icons, which is a company that I started almost twenty years ago and were a brand licensing agency and we work in a field that is incredibly misunderstood and no one knows about it. It's really crazy when you. When you tell people what you do, you only have to give them an example for them to understand it because otherwise they won't get. It's very frustrating at times apart parts. Well, it's interesting because I have imagined that you probably don't have as much competition because not that many people understand what it is is that true or now? It's also really s could feel there's not really many people that work in the brand licensing company in our world probably are. Ten fifteen agencies is probably no more than four or five or six of any real size. It's a great business i. mean it's been around really got in. Thirty years ago when really hit his stride compared to entertainment licensing like you know, Mickey Mouse on t shirts have been around. Since the early twenties. Right, so I guess a lot of people don't understand is like a company like Disney makes a lot of their money, maybe most of it through merchandising and licensing and building products based on entertainment Ip, and some some reference or some examples that you gave on different podcasts that are heard you talk about, which will help you understand truly what we're talking about is flintstones vitamins. The flintstones hanna-barbera did not make those vitamins the BMW stroller a BMW. BMW. Did Not make that stroller and then one that I can think of I think is Porsche Sunglasses? Maybe they did make it but it's licensing. Right. So it's a licensing, the brand equity that somebody has built up and moving into different product categories right. Exactly. I also called rarified air because let's face it. What is a brand a brand by you buying something and says a lot about how you feel you WanNa feel. So when you're going to buy apple the great, let's face it apple has built a business not about making the best computers but really telling people that when you use their computers, you're more creative you're more clever. You're you're on. Tran-. You're on edge or Microsoft, is always about we're GONNA make the best computers in our numbers in our ram is this and this and Mac never really sold that I mean they talk about benefits but it's really more about what it does for you and how it releases your freedom and because of that people look at it very differently and that's why there's so much passion for apple compared to Microsoft.

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US eyes building nuclear power plants for the Moon and Mars

TIME's Top Stories

03:47 min | 6 months ago

US eyes building nuclear power plants for the Moon and Mars

"US wants to build nuclear power plants that will work on the moon and Mars and on Friday put out a request for ideas from the private sector on how to do that. The US Department of Energy put out the former requests to build what it calls a vision surface power system that could allow humans to live for long periods in harsh space environments, the Idaho National Laboratory a Nuclear Research Facility in eastern Idaho. The Energy Department and NASA will evaluate the ideas for developing the reactor. The lab's been leading the way in the US on advanced reactors, some of them micro reactors and others that can operate without water for cooling water cooled. Nuclear reactors are the vast majority of reactors on earth. Small nuclear reactors can provide the power capability necessary for space exploration missions of interest to the federal government. The Energy Department wrote in the notice published Friday the Energy Department NASA and Battelle Energy, Alliance, the US contractor that manages the Idaho National Laboratory plan to hold a government industry webcast technical meeting in August, concerning expectations for the program. The plan has two phases. The first is developing a reactor design. The second is building a test reactor, a second reactor to be sent to the moon and developing a flight system in lander that can transport the reactor to the moon. The goal is to have a reactor flight system and. Ready to go by the end of twenty six, the reactor must be able to generate an uninterrupted electricity output of at least ten kilowatts, the average US residential home, according to the US, Energy Information Administration us about eleven thousand kilowatt hours per year. The Energy Department said it would likely take multiple linked reactors to meet. The power needs on the moon or March. In addition to reactor can't way more than seventy seven hundred pounds be able to operate in space, operate mostly autonomously and run for at least ten years. The Energy Department said. The reactor is intended to support exploration in the south polar region of the moon. The agency said a specific region on the Martian surface for exploration hasn't yet been identified. Edwin Lyman the director of Nuclear Power Safety at the Union of concerned scientists, a nonprofit said his organization is concerned. The parameters of the design and timeline make the most likely reactors those that use highly enriched uranium which can be made into weapons. Nations have generally been attempting to reduce the amount of enriched uranium being produced for that reason, this may drive or start an international space race to build and deploy new types of reactors, requiring highly enriched uranium. Earlier this week. The United Arab Emirates launched an orbiter to Mars, and China launched an orbiter lander and rover. The US has already landed rovers on the Red Planet and is planning to send another next week. Officials say eating nuclear reactor on the moon would be a first step to building a modified version to operate in the different conditions found on Mars Idaho national. Laboratory has a central role in emphasizing the United States global leadership in nuclear innovation with the anticipated demonstration of advanced reactors on the NL L. Site John Wagner Associate Laboratory director of IANAL's nuclear science and Technology Directorate said in a statement. The prospect of deploying an advanced reactor to the lunar surface is as exciting as it is

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

02:25 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"About the engines. Call me down and that's why it's good active baby. Do. I was looking over at Tirol. You're talking tonight. Water all over. He'd be very sparse often that. Next. Top, five big fat stooges of all time. I would say Louis last week, but I just saw photo him the other day hottest ripped. Louie Anderson. Put Louie Anderson up there. Louis. Half. I mean I guess. From the Gambler in their real whoa. John. John. That's that's that's. That's the sanctions tough. Oh, what about Kevin James? Yeah put them in their. First, ballot. I don't agree with you, but I might be at number two or so us. Love Kevin James. Never said that, but I do enjoy some king coins. The stooge part is is tough because you don't know how to base it because like most. Brian. Windhorst hit thirteen. They're on board. Roseanne. Chris Christie. Chris Christie. Chris, Christie NYPD. Michael. Michael Kevin Malone. Good one John Crook. Paulie Burston. If we did like, just talk to John John Daly Zone. If. We did like okay. Wait people. It's a John Goodman. James Gandolfini. He's in there. Is that I mean. Do we need to pass on? These guys fat? Trying to do here, we're not doing a WHO's just who's overweight. FASCES. We'll circle back on. This is tough. I need to put some K. actually. Yeah. Definitely Harvey. Weinstein, come back on Friday with our list of top big. Thing. Also make decisions as a group are redoing. Why seen stooges or doing lord of the buffets stooges? Everyone's effort game, okay? I'll.

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"That last one's gotta be an hour and a half half hour forty five. That's a full weekend. Commitment. Marty Huggins is GONNA be. March Coaching West Virginia. His name. Bharti Bird. Or Bird, okay, so that's. Marty, huggins is the the candidate. There, it is for Bob. In the campaign. Which? There's an underrated welfare movie, very. That is understandable. Yeah, I. Joy that quite ready funding. Quite a was that the last good. Now the other guys. Came out after. I did okay welcome to the. Show. next. So some fucking guy! Ranked his top three hundred seventy porn stars? I like the move I mean he's not even close to. Also at the foot, not up for debate. Yeah, that's the best part Kendra and this time. Oh you mean library girl. She's from Oregon right yeah. I think his the the problem with his wrist. His list is. Is He's. Sixteen years old eighteen years old, because everyone in the top has come into the game within the last few issues. He also I mean he doesn't list the criteria. He used them true. Just you know but I think we saw. That's not up for debate. Criteria when it's real debate I think we should probably trust this guy. He is definitely cranked his Baloney probably three hundred seventy thousand times in the last two years, or so seventy is a is quite a list. Did. He just went to the top stars or like the rank stars on porn hub. Sure, I'm sure he was probably read them off. The top said. Because me was taught me. A wild number one. She's a very popular. Right now. For Normal High I will give her this. She gets effort. Everyone's very talented. Whoever it every single time emojis in there, you know Nikki bands and the Coal Aniston. The coincidence! Up with. China our. You've seniors. See I think also should be top. Ten and Riley reach upset to the top ten I'm sure you I know exactly why you live right here. I was never a fan of Alexis Tech. She's way too high. I mean if. Only ones I can actually like. Put a face to the navy. One's good looking to me. How did you ever instrumentalist? That's a coincidence. Jennifer sister really much. Different paths, same industry. Yeah. But just a wild thing forgot to do with three hundred seventy perspective. Got Plenty of time on. Waiting for the next one. Three seventy. Eight forty. WHATEVER THE HELL! It is a next. Few just released like.

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Salaries your warning. Is Warning But I. DO assume there will be one. We talked about the BITCOIN. Guy Who bought a pizza with his fucking BIP Bitcoin he traded ten thousand Bitcoin for pizzas. That's like A. Third Stooges take twenty million dollars to. I don't know what the second. Because we said. We'd take twenty million now. Oh, fuck this guy, and so that would turn out to be worth one hundred and seventy million dollars Yes holy shit. Magin that and he brought better be good. If I knew everything that was coming in the future, and I only made hundred seventy million dollars off it. I'd blow them brains. We're. Talking Hundred Seventy Bill. Different Story! Those are Penny Bitcoins, right? It's definitely Austin that guy's definitely killed himself right. Yeah, I would assume so. There's also who lost his His flash drive. The has like. Magic. Actual story lost in. There was hard drive and he lost it in a dump. A garbage dump. Sauce. I was trying to I was trying to read the story about some dude kill because Bitcoin I couldn't get the. There's that Victoria's secret story. Yeah, he solve Victoria secret for five million, and then like a few years later was worth over one hundred million jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge Yeah I think it was like one year. It was the turnarounds pretty quick. That'd be tough. That'd be tough van. Also I mean come apart not is tough. But they sold for thirty million I'm sure there's a Lotta things worth five hundred million, yeah. All right next. This came out from Netflix today. Season four of Ozark will be fourteen expanded fourteen. Season Oh. No, I like it I, like it. It'll probably come out Europe's the final season. Yeah, that was pretty cool. When you had to know that it wasn't going to be. I mean in total wasn't going to be more than five seasons. We had to malls forty eight episodes like still teen episodes for a NETFLIX's. Around eight to ten now. Quick. AM excited the way it's going back way. Things ended to with season. Three like I appreciate that like. You can't draw this out much like things are coming to ahead very clearly so I'm glad that they're just gonNa because I bet it's going to be very good much better to bench. Clearly. It's yeah, it's going to be so good to the point where they're like. We need to fourteen episodes. Is that's that's an aggressive? Zoo! Fourteen hours so. I would say more. About that last one's gotta be an hour and a half half hour forty five. That's a full weekend. Commitment. Marty Huggins is GONNA be. March.

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Actually. Come on late at night Darko. There's an axe murder in your woods. It hasn't been caught for the last eight years going to learn tonight why you're going to die. That was unsolved mysteries. Also some episodes of goosebumps scared me. Yeah, there was a dog one. That's is lit up scared the Fuck Outta me and we've talked about this before, but there are a few select cuts from. Are you afraid of the dark that we're very scary as well? The midnight suicide midnights be shut up. And Walks. Gary Leprechaun movies gone was fall shot a not scary movie. wizard of Oz scary. Yeah, I know, but when I was young, you scariest Shit afraid of. Flying Monkeys and the wish Ya. What else would criminal minds actually when I was really like? I was old enough to be able to be like. This is off eventually I did make the transition to this great show, but when I was younger I was like man. This is fuck. Yeah exactly. and. It's hot isn't in your city like what am I going to do? Like you, said face off real story so I was just thinking. This is happening right now like in launch and re Penelope Cruz and yeah. Do. You guys remember the. Movie. What does that? Mean, Del, he's a couple of movies. Right? The guy under the. Has a blue. He's like a blue guy with synthesizer didn't see that one. That's a Bloomberg should I. my mind is forgetting. I also hate. WanNa. Kick that little piece of Shit I lost pretty old when the first paranormal activity. Must Meal Yeah I I saw. I know what you did last summer. When it first came out, I was like seven or something because we're young with screaming. Had Nightmares for a couple nights. I I saw the cardinals like eighteen. That's still scared. The fucking shit out of me. That was terrible. Yeah I think I feel bad for kids up now, because the scary movies now are like legitimately well, but they'll actually we scare you. The ones back in the day. It was like so obviously fake in goring nightmare on ELM street. Grandma's. Gremlins. Versus Jason Ever scared me. No because. Howie Mandel is movie was little. Monsters.

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

03:25 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"To have to cook with the rest of your life and I said I cooked everything but stakes, but apparently stakes delicious in an air so. Four hundred. You got to put a stake I'm. Sick. That's why I'd never have done a stake in there, but but if it is the choice if it's your only option than. You can do it. Yeah I. Mean That Guy. That kid just said four hundred degrees at four minutes on both sides. You can do that on the grill. It's basically the same draft, yeah! cast, iron, skillet Guy I. Don't feel on. Each side and then throw it in the oven finish. It is the way that actually steakhouses do it reassure. Yeah, and it's fucking because you have some butter in the cast iron skillet, and you fucking based it so skillets me my friend. If you don't have a cast, iron, skillet, go to Walmart. Your Life. Baby as hot as you can, and then you throw the stake in their on both sides and finish it in the oven, my friend, you will change your Goddamn Life We break out that cast iron skillet. I couldn't let you guys We do not have faulk. CLEAN IT! You let that sink in. Your on under hot water kosher salt in it, and you don't quick, little, quick, little risk rubbing. Not Not come from. You let that gristle sit on Hot Dog water. You never throw away the hot dog water. Secret luck because you drink it. Drink. What do you mean you don't throw away the hot dog water? You use it for the next boil. Hot, dogs every once in a while. That's GONNA be the last option when you make hotdog boiling pitch. Is that the last option no actually options during the microwave you can, you can buy air fry a couple of dollars. See I'd rather microwave than boil the hotdog. Boil it way more. Flavor rose the first option, right? To what's fair, let's want boil. A big homemade hotdog, boil guy, but if I go to like a a hotdog place in their bowling. They're made their way better I. Prefer grilled, though obviously you want the grow mark, sign all that stuff, but the knives boil is way better. I don't think so I don't like to boil move. That's why a lot of people we'd boiled chicken. They said it's the best way to cook chicken so you the first night frog? It tasted like boiled chicken, and I almost puked frog PUKE because. It wasn't, Fried It was. The news is like a like you'd boiled frog us the worse. It tastes like wet chicken. Where did you have foiled progress the cruise ship. The law isn't that caviar. What is caviar fish. That's right. I knew I was thinking of something else. I'm telling it was. It was like I was eating my own. ACL's cargo snails fog Roz goose. I'll figure it out. Figure it out figure out to. Caviar. What movie your show scared you as a kid, mine was unsolved mysteries. That's what this guy is saying. I'll unsolved mysteries also scared me. Unsolved mysteries was terrifying. The music was so damn ominous. Tales from the crypt. Got Me pretty good when I was younger currency, cowardly dog, what? Cowardly dog. Either aw Clifford. Bones to bill. Never Watch wishbone.

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"I did watch instead of continuing Eurovision I did watch home games. Episode of that was awesome. Awesome Awesome, no, no, it was four year olds. The first episode was basically NFL was street fighting in the middle of sport game. I've ever seen I've not watched it. Bad also met we know. The Record of Calcio Calcio. Calcio. Yes. It was probably the coolest thing ever seen, and I can't believe there's a sport that exists that only plays twice a year and ten days of each die. Well, it makes sense because those guy throwing some pretty big haymakers. So it's a big. It's a big square or rectangle of sand in the middle of the city, eighty twenty seven guys on each side square off, and there's one ball, and you are basically allowed to do whatever you want to the other team to get this ball from your end to the other throat, and the goal, the goals, the entire width of the court and back and I mean they're fist-fighting. There's fucking judo Jujitsu takedown going on. It's like Eh May and AFL confide. Like the way they explained it. Is that like in football? They block in basketball. They do pick and roll like in this game. You literally just fight to block and I think the rule was as soon as you go down on the ground. You're down on the ground until someone scores, so if you're if you like you know, tackle someone, or whatever like you have to stay down until someone would i? Think it's if you shoot in Miss. The other point gets half a point. Yeah, restart right and if you shooting squad. And they showed. Like the end of the game from I think last year or two years ago and it just there's just bodies. Layered on the floor and it's a fifty minute game, and they're in like the forty nine th minute and some guy, just like chuck a prayer that one hopped into the goal, and like the people were going nuts. I honestly think that sport or like the Super Bowl. That's board made the bucket list I. Honestly do I WanNa go to one. Yeah so bad, but the concept of the show home game is that they're going to six or eight countries, and showcasing like these fucking wild sports in each country. And this was the first one and it was. It was good. Did anyone make to the second one now? I went a little I kind of picked and choose I watch like three of them I went a little further into one where they were riding around our country, it was they were riding on horses Polo and the ball they were using wasn't actually ball. It was a dead goat carcass. Throw into a goal and it got pretty rowdy. That's why they were Raymond. These horses which other we are giving home gave biting over these Denko Watch tag. Is Giving home, game and watch. Episode three because I also just like kind of Pete that the episode episode three. It was like some sort of diving type sport to free dollars. The preview, and while it is wild, that dude, just going down there without tanks or anything that far probably will probably not going to walk. Yes, that's an I got like halfway through that one and I was like. It wasn't as entertaining. Just hold on a rope, and it's very impressive. They hold on a rope and they dive as deep as you can possibly dive with zero hope but I mean. Hundred hundred. Jump off a cliff to dive no. No. How can you Kinda hold onto the rope and just see you're thinking about like? Shopping. This is like scuba dive. Two hundred and fourteen meters record she's. Well, it's probably what seven hundred six. Oh, there's also the other, really good episode. In the Congo were they do professional wrestling combined with Voodoo It's sounds pretty me more. We'll be diving as Donald Spoil into into home for the rest of for the rest of the series absolutely also. Brought this up while if you haven't seen afterlife yet, watch after life after life awesome. You should give it a chance I. Did I wish I did when? You did okay it was. Don't even like it's fine. If you only watch one. You should at least give I watched to. Aaron Rodgers favorite show coolest guy.

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"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Minutes. About, how tie had the swine flu? And now there's asked why I'm flew in China and we talked to Dr Mike mcevoy. Love Macaroni. Act Zito made a lot of weird noises from heart. Hartford Institute of Biological Science and he told us. Good Center that he's also not sure. If Tai having swine, flu before will prevent him from getting disease again. Yeah, the autism. Speaks more harmful. Yeah, we're pretty much right back at square one here. We are back at square one We don't know we just don't know but like we said before We're good. We're going to get the. What can I get four? We might yeah, yeah, who knows it might come back. Or not going to get that. There's no way. I mean there are a lot of hogs over here. A lot of them when when Cova to also started I thought. You know we're in a great spot. That's all this whole year has been. It's just been one thing after another worth, but like I mean it's not going to turn into. Not Way. No that won't happen. Who Cares about them all the way on the West Coast? Really only women got so far I think. Is the murderer ornans? Seriously? They are done that will cost my friend. That's a good question. The no one is asking the only thing that we got rid of was the murderer. Really Win! We've gotten so far. Hundred percent. One anything else. Even the NFL. NFL, draft was kind of win. Win I'm more sensitive NFL. I'm more for you. Guys Patrick again, but. I'm being..

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"lyman" Discussed on Sustainability Explored

Sustainability Explored

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on Sustainability Explored

"Lyman from next Gen. We will learn what conscious capitalism ease what are its benefits? How they idea or the philosophy of conscious? Capitalism is different from for example, corporate social responsibility the examples of companies. In the spirit of conscious capitalism in what they awaits us in the nearest future, regarding the market and its rules. Johanna helps fast growing companies build brave cultures. This is an abbreviation that you learn the million of in the interview. For higher productivity greater innovation and stronger, revenue and profits. She has worked with STARTUPS TECH COMPANIES PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRMS NONPROFITS and manufacturers to name a few. These came to next Gen ORCs when their teams couldn't keep up with the fast growing a fuss gross of the company or they were stuck at an inflection point. Everything is changing quickly and radically the global pandemic is a game changer, and we will still be feeling its effect in the years to come. Even before the pandemic fifty percent of the S&P five hundred wouldn't exist in ten years according to some studies. Companies that survived will need to do things differently. We can see that the competitive advantage. She's little radio to purpose driven companies. Every company has an innate wisdom it wants to express, and the purpose of its leaders is to tap into that wisdom to run the business more efficiently. The businesses can only rise to the level of self awareness of its leaders. Emotionally intelligent leaders have a strong competitive advantage in today's markets. Brave cultures, our mission and purpose driven first and foremost the.

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"lyman" Discussed on AmigosPC

AmigosPC

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"lyman" Discussed on AmigosPC

"Run a posit every once in a while. Am I doubt it did work on time? That's Awesome Zach. Wineman the new book the Lazy Man Hustle Copyright Lineman. Even though. That's taking book are in trouble. It's all meant for good fun. Like anybody gets but her. Send them my way. I'll talk. Don't worry I would definitely. We've had so much drama while not we. I've enough drama in the comedy world with certain comics like I. Don't I just say things one people get unfortunately but hurt? Yeah just good fun. If you can't laugh then yeah what. What are you do this moment to remind the audience that I am Aghast? I do not agree with doing whatever they're saying. Yeah I this. I'm just I'm here to be. I think interviewed. It's done off the rails. I've Nile my God. We got we got. We got a soundbite that and keep that perfect. I'm not perfect. One hour two minutes in he was having fun he was there. Were points where in the episode was like. I'm never coming back to you to deal with hard to deal with. He said that about another place where we can use that for us. Hard to deal with never coming back just a minute. says Nicos do not Var. I know this Amigos. No no Amigos writing right in your banner. You're doodling show. Wow so you say anything said during. The show is not his own opinion. Perfect good disclaimer. You Go. That's a good way to end the show this far some you just say. It's like laptops the great middle finger. Don't worry don't worry. We'll we'll crop you out from earlier and put you there loading like favor balancing profile boom boom well. I greatly appreciate the did. Come on the show. Yes thank you sorry that it was all place all over the rails and things like that. I did learn some things. I've been learning from you a lot with our group chats. I really appreciate that. Don't worry those those are over now. He's not going to start blocking after this. We burn burn that we burn that bridge during this up for you if you could tell us. We're we finding on social media and any drops you WANNA put in Promo marketing okay. Well I I did have fun. Thank you so much I I appreciate it my I have my own podcast. That's off the rails people. Listen to that Zach Long podcast. I mean I talk about COSCO hotshots it. Just it's it gets all place Zach Lima Dot Com. You can basically find everything there. And then I. I like to tell people I live on. Instagram is. That's where I spend most of my time online as facebook and instagram in my instagram Zach. Languid podcast so easy to find. And where can we find your bio? It's okay cool when comedy existed what? I used to do some cool down. Find His e book. We're going to put that in there. Yeah Awesome All Twenty. It might need. Books are available all the ones we started today in the past ones. I have a ghostwriter next to me and they just been the way the way to do it. Well everybody was watching during our live. Thank you for the in watching your Going forward make sure that you like subscribe and check on other videos with Zach. Limon's podcast in our podcasts. We right now As of what is sitting first of May we are four shirts away from our goal on that we've recently launched our shirts and murky things like that. If you guys could go to our website Amigos PGA Dot Net. Check it out check our merch out like shirts. Please go ahead and buy one yes that Amigos capture. Yeah that's head is going to be a new one. The develop down for sure now. We got to give him royalty rights. It's going to be it's going to be the Guy Brera asleep in Bingo..

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Seattle Seahawks Re-Sign Guard Jordan Simmons

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle Seahawks Re-Sign Guard Jordan Simmons

"Seahawks brass continued their offseason retooling yesterday tumblr has more the NFL draft is two weeks from tonight and the Seahawks made a move yesterday not unexpected as they resigned opposite Lyman Jordan Simmons a guard who has shown some good signs in limited playing time after going undrafted out of U. S. C. in twenty seventeen and spending his rookie year on the Oakland Raiders practice squad as for the draft itself yesterday commissioner Roger Goodell turned in a draft upon the benefit code nineteen relief efforts paying tribute to health care workers and first responders with six different charities receiving much needed funding from the drafters on

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Coping with the food landscape during a pandemic

Body Cons Podcast

09:56 min | 10 months ago

Coping with the food landscape during a pandemic

"This is where we are not recording on our kitchen table as we normally do. We are currently speaking to each other looking each other through video recording on like a video chat. And that's why the audio doesn't sound as great as what you know released to. We just wanted to kind of fit together already. Quick Emergency Series to help you navigate. Diet COCCIA BODY IMAGE ISSUES. This weird kind of food landscape that we're in at the moment this weird time full of in dieting tate. We wanted to help give you some good stuff resources positive and saying how you feel better annisten how we doing it say currently I can see Lachey on a video screen. She can say me we've done into these people they sway as well and Yeah I mean how you really naughty how you doing well. I had a bit of a realization yesterday. Thoughts this kind of cycling through lots of different emotions I go. I was reading giggly for example and then I realized that if I stalked and just thought about it for minute that she fading Really Sodom ready scattered semi giggles like tips over NSA crying and the very rapid change in how. I'm feeling which I'm sure that listeners could probably relate is grief so I think I think we're collectively grieving will pass. Lives the wells where we could just step outside the front door Down the street in Kathrina Silva isn't it? The the freedom of both psychologically and physically is on the loss of that is something that I'm I'm ready feeding the moments but I'm okay. I'm alright just so weird. Isn't it how you how are you feeling really similar really? I think the Iranians that I've been looking at on social media like radio impressed an absolutely loving reading people's posts about how that ray enjoy his time to meditate and do yoga Latin language and a new hope night at tonight themselves and I think that's a lovely. I'm one hundred percent not doing any of that because I'm schooling. My children. Work is absolutely just so hectic busier than ever. And when you're self employed you tight what when when you as well so I feel like I'm spending a lot of time walking which is good because I enjoy the WOK and I'm spending a lot of time with the kids and I think this weekend probably be the first time that it really hits me because I've been busy And I'm just kind of getting through hour by hour antiquing list and being with the kids. I haven't really had a huge amount of time to kind of price. That's what's going on in amendment. I'd love to learn mandarin or something like well. It's I think it's really interesting though because I think what this is showing us is. How all kind of natural states respond in a change of circumstances. So you know. I'm finding who accepted the on. Probably a bit more of an introvert than I used to be. So this toll staying home thing. Knock seeing anyone. I am down with that. I'm quite happy to to be at home but I think there's something about the The the list of projects like Oh. Now's the time I can read this thing and do this. E Costa Last year and I can spring clean house. I think but it is a form of trying to take control of your situation in which we don't have any control and that's just all brain just protecting us from that so I think we just need to kind of making the list is enough like to feel like we have some control over the situation. I don't think we actually need to learn them under three interesting sang. That 'cause I'm always say body. Collins is all about body Image Diet Colin and mental health. And how the subjects into secretary parenting on social justice issues on the thing. The thing I really night chased is how when people are anxious it might offend all sorts of different ways people who have made a been an recovered from Diet Coccia or maybe in a eating disorders or disordered eating or a variety around body image. Who've been fine now their anxieties coming back a situation that we have no control an old. She's that they've gone through before and I think he's really interesting. That whole thing about you wanting to gain some control so people looking to gain control by do not nights of high workouts for example which are like everywhere lyman or being where he controlled about that reaching and then that whole feed landscape where the moment where people are shopping in different way and then why that is going to run out or maybe. They've got a lot to of food in the cupboards and then used to having that much freedom competence and that that can be tricky for some people. We've got a brilliant gas dawn today. Hyper Guy who's a campaign? She got an amazing book. I'll link all of her places in the show nights. That hype campaign is dumped scales campaign. She's not over. She just reached over a hundred thousand signatures on her changed all petition. She's campaigning to change the way that eating disorders are diagnosed in the UK. And taking away from how having a minimum white basically in order to help and we have actually talked about her campaign previous on the. Po Costs into a that will share in a minute talks about food. Lion's gate and how to kind of navigate this this weird time from the angle and it might be really helpful if you are recovering from an each disorder old disordered eating or even just you know diet culture which I think. We're all kind of recovering from two CY. Young Son How he's been managing that whole aspect of things not well. I've really noticed. All of those kind of body shaming soft tweets and memes and stuff going around about people saying what their body might be like after this is over on the basis of what you've just said. I you know different Change to our eating habits or exercise habits or whatever I find that really fascinating that that's something that people are focusing on because that sought to sort of direct line between our bodies function on. What's going on out there in the world right now like the idea that health is at such a premium right now and. I don't know I'm still kind of figuring it out. I guess I'm really grateful to be in a body that is healthy that doesn't have underlying health conditions understand. That has a massive privilege in that I think about my friends and my family situations Nano people you do have those underlying health conditions I'm worried for them. But it's it feels like it's kind of a few steps down from about these look like now and that's really fascinating that when we get out of this. I'm ready interested in whether that will just change Perceptions of our bodies. What how we prioritize them. Oh how we perceive them what do you reckon I cannot say Lonnie I can ask really helpful positive looking on I feel like diet collishaw and like some of the FA favorite memes and Jake's have been going round and say like influences like selling immunity boosting recipe ease at which also at the same time. Get Your own point Arabs. I feel like what could could die coach. You don't give us a break. Like the world is on his knees right now. Can we know what just no life for second? I think that I say that says you can point about kind of let's cut like actually practice. Gratitude for bodies can day. I'm on and say these like literally fighting off this invisible virus and and I think that's interesting. I think with it with regards system the means and stuff that I've seen gotten around always see in a situation like this. Humor is is a valid coping strategy. Or how people are dealing with earnings authority over rain via and Huma is often used as a tool for that and I guess it's just a shame the alot of The Hema at the moment that people seem to be finding comforting is around basically fat shaming and I. Guess not just comes back to that thing that we've always said is that like fat shaming and body shaming is like the last bastion of accessible.

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Cobra Collective offers support to hospitality industry

Monocle 24: The Menu

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Cobra Collective offers support to hospitality industry

"The collective is an exciting body. And it's exciting. Because I wish it when I was starting my business. There Wall such a thing in existence. Where a group of restrictors on people in the food and beverage industry who are telling our story in a way. That's going to inspire that whole scene of entrepreneurs to be courageous enough to have a go within this industry. You look at the industry and you hear. There's lots of doom and gloom at the moment for various reasons but certainly with hospitality. You know that the rate is always being ninety cents restaurants failing in the first year. So I think it's really important to have a variety of role models who speak positively about how it can be otherwise and how to build a business in a way that's going to have legs and stamina and scalable and that's what the. Cobra collective is about his group of normal people like US telling those out there who are wondering how it can be. It can be very sunny place to be. Let's talk about your own story dozen interesting one so I know you worked as a barrister for twin two years before you took that leap into hospitalizing. It's an unusual route. Isn't it sized child? Protection burst of twenty s and that's very typical of many Indian immigrants. My parents were doctors and I was born in this country and I was raised to be a professional. Because that's the only thing that you can be otherwise you fall off the face of England in their view so I was raised to be a doctor or lawyer and I became a lawyer. So it's very good girl and I absolutely loved my job and my job was about meeting people at the lowest point of their life and giving them hope in some ways that this was child abuse and this was about children being removed etc and business and particularly hospitality was something that I thought was probably quite reprehensible because you look at media and you look at the way that restaurateurs and restaurants portrayed unless seen as these hotbeds of testosterone driven aggression that you have to be brutalized anti brutal to succeed in hospitality and so for me as a woman as a woman who was in my forties. When I started the restaurant it was not something that was in any way beckoning but I had a passion for food. A real burning passion to show liberal. Show my city. How Indians actually eat in their own homes? In a way that hasn't really been shown on the High Street and this is entrepreneurism. It starts to come alive. The idea comes alive and I had a brilliant job in brilliant salary and great prospects that this creature came alive in the shape of moberly and it would keep me awake at night until I gave birth to it. And that's when I started my best restaurant only five years ago now. What kind of support would you have needed back in the day when you look at? That's rather stressful period. Five six years ago when you were about to launch a restaurant. What kind of support would you have needed? Well you know I. It's not a small alt-right thing to say that role models are extremely important. Because for me as I said you look at the industry and you can't see people that look like me. That are the stage of life that are doing it with their own money. I had no financial backing at all. This was all of my savings. Was the roof over my head. We're going to have to sell the house and moving to my Auntie's bungalow. It was so risky and unwilling to take those risks by goodness. It would have helped if I could have seen people that have done it. That were talking about Watson all sharing their journey so I knew what to expect and it must inevitably be the end of home. Life must inevitably be that you are one of those ninety percent of the fail. And that's what I could have really done with. The other thing is banks are not that willing to lend to a forty year old woman whose career and comes to them with an entrepreneurial idea and that is the truth you are seen as somebody's having a midlife crisis and so- financial backing would have been great. I was given in the end enough to buy one grill by bank. I'm not with them anymore. And that's all. Yeah so Nisha. You're giving your most gloss later this month. What kind of lessons I got to be sharing their must all about how to build a scalable business. This is about building a business and having the ambition to think it might go beyond one small high street store and so the lessons are how to take that product and craft it in a way that you can replicate it with complete consistency. One of the most important lessons is to understand why you're doing this you know. Why are you building this business? Why are you risking everything and then articulating? That reason. Why right the way through Your Business? Former you know for me. I build me to enrich lives primarily of my stuff because if my chefs happy. The food is amazing. Give my stuff a happy. The the environment is joy filled and so it really is important to in some. Why is you get out of bed every morning and have that permeate through your business model said that every one of your employees Hsieh's zeal? I think it's interesting. How you mention how important is to keep your stuff happy. So what do you actually do in practical terms to make sure? They aren't content with where they work. Well many things. She's priority in my job. So for instance I have a wellbeing officer that is dedicated solely to going around. And I've got five hundred members of staff going around speaking to every member stuff and find out how they are doing. How is it to work for Moseley to enrich their lives? Are we doing that? We do things like you know the first day of school for the children they have. They have their birthdays off. I fly forty members of my team every year to India to work in villages on female entrepreneurs projects on lund management projects. We pay them to do that. I need that life to be punctuated by things that just lift their head out of the mire and make them think about why they're working and so that if it's your passion and it's my passion. Lubi an eternal source of stimulation as it is for me sauce. Amazing how do you see the British sociologists out the moment it seems that we are living turbulent times that I don't know what your take is being based in Liverpool how big of an effect thus brexit have already. It's interesting because I think brexit is not the reason that we see so many heads rolling at the moment. Honestly I think maybe a small factor is the kind of factor that would push you over the edge if you're a business though struggling anyway. What's really rather marvelous is not marvelous. But one picks over the bones of what's happened with these businesses that have gone down and one actually thinks was. The last time I ate there will took the ones I loved to go and eat there. The answer would probably be not for many many months and that is key. It is your product. The day I eat in my restaurant twice a week on my day off me in the family go neat in my restaurant. The day I stopped doing that. And it's not good enough for me as the daily need to get off the high street. So that's one of the factors is constantly looking product thinking you'll food addictive is it priced reasonably and you can do all of those things when your rents are not killing you so it's really important as a CEO to take sites that are not going to punish you and your guests because of how expensive it is so you've got to be moderate in that way and that's why. I'm not in London yet. An outcome to London when I find a cheaper that site but right now I've got thirteen restaurants all of them outside London. I took Ed Maria today. Which is a couple of Scotland? And I'm not in my own capital yet and I just need those prices to come down because what I never want to do is to have to put my prices up the my clients because that is the beginning of the end now the concern of Brexit. Is that a London. Bubble thing do think impacts is strong obviously many restaurants in London in particular. I have a lot of European staff. How do you feel about this? What does the what looked like when you're outside of London? When your asset of Lyndon Free Staff Statistic is twenty three percent European staff twenty-three as opposed to ninety percent inland? And so you can see that in terms of stopping is very different. The pressures are different in fact sorry. Let's just brave enough to say. The pressures are much reduced. If you're outside of London in terms of the supply chain. Who knows who knows what's going to happen. We've got a year to negotiate something. That should really take three years negotiate. So that's a conversation to have perhaps next December but in terms of personnel it hasn't affected it in the way that may affect other businesses. That London centric so as I mentioned already. You're giving a master class later this month. I'm wondering having been a very successful Batali. See Orange but What are the things? You'd still like to learn what I would still like to learn as you look at these brands that have stood the test of time. You look at the non. Does the Pizza Express is the Waga Mama's these giants of industry that had legs to last fifteen twenty years? And it's that it is. What is the secret? Where does that confidence come from? One of the things that I've realized is you don't need to keep changing your menu today. Non Does Change. Think it's their lyman. Something chicken to a mango and passion fruit. It was the headline in the Liverpool Echo. This morning that the clients are absolutely destroyed. Not going to numbers anymore because it changed one dish. And it's little things like that. Where does the confidence come from? Do you need to constantly change them and you you know? I am the Sea of Muggy in the founder of Morgan will be for the foreseeable medium term future when the next CEO comes in because there will be some point in the future which reigns in my hunting ever want. Must I look to in the next person to make sure that the culture remains the same and the way I learned that by fraternizing with those that are far better than me. And that's what's great about the hospitality. Industry is Great. Sorority of people share their secrets. Share their journey so that I can learn from the giants upon whose shoulders I stand in the beginning of this interview. You mentioned that coming from an Indian background. You felt the pressure of actually going. For example to become very students of thinking of force battalions extra as an option and. I think it's not only your background. I think it's a wider thing in this country and internationally that hospitality sector jobs are not as appreciated us. They should what do you think should be done to actually raise the profile of talented jobs and make people understand that they can be for the whole life not to something to as a student. You are absolutely right in. 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Al-Shabab attacks base used by US, Kenyan troops in Kenya

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Al-Shabab attacks base used by US, Kenyan troops in Kenya

"The Somali Islamist group al Shabab his attorney to naval base in the canyon Lyman county which has US and Kenyan troops the attack could send the base Amanda bay happened just before Dorn and soy reports the Kenyan ministry has confirmed the attack at its S. trip in Lamoille it is thought that I should Bob were trying to access the nearby comp hosting both US and Kenyan forces witnesses report hearing explosions followed by gunfire thick black smoke could be seen rising from the scene the Kenya defense forces spokesperson kind of point you gonna feed a fire broke out affecting feel tense at the airstrip adding that the talk was repulsed it is the second attempt at the military base hosting US personnel in the

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Kobe, Duncan, Garnett among '20 Hall nominees

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Kobe, Duncan, Garnett among '20 Hall nominees

"Of the NBA's also released a list of twenty potential inductees into the hall of fame headline this year by Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan Kevin Garnett other nominees include Tim Hardaway Shawn Marion in a trio of former pistons it's Ben Wallace rip Hamilton and Chauncey Billups and over the NFL thirty eight finalists announced for the NFL centennial hall of fame class that includes the likes of former coaches like bill Cowher Mike Holmgren Jimmy Johnson Dan Reeves Dick vermeil and former alliance a coach buddy Parker answer players a couple formalize made the list as well office of Lyman ox Emerson and defensive tackle Alex Karras legal doctrine the finalists down to fifteen next month for the induction into the hall

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Browns' Myles Garrett on Alleged Mason Rudolph Racial Slur: I Know What I Heard

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Browns' Myles Garrett on Alleged Mason Rudolph Racial Slur: I Know What I Heard

"Well the NFL upheld the indefinite suspension of Cleveland Browns defensive and miles Garrett during Garrett's appeal yesterday in New York he told the appeals officer that Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback Mason route off used a racial slur during their altercation which happened last Thursday night the Browns win over Pittsburgh Gerrit tackled route off you may have seen the footage after Rudolph threw a pass attempt to two men scuffling on the turf got to their feet to Steve or Lyman intervene but not before miles gear it ripped off Mason Rudolph's helmet off then swung the helmet over the top of one of the Steeler linemen and hit route off in the head with it in his appeal yesterday Garrett said that route off used a racial slur which prompted him to swing the helmet after Steeler quarterback the NFL investigated that claim and found no evidence that route off made a racist remark this afternoon miles Garrett released a statement saying quote I know what I heard whether my opponent's comment was born out of frustration or ignorance I cannot say but his actions do not excuse my lack of restraint in the moment and I truly regret the impact this is Pat on the league the Browns in our devoted fans that from the statement released by miles Garrett who was fined forty five thousand dollars and we'll have to meet with commissioner Roger Goodell next year for

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"lyman" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"lyman" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Right a. Hey ABC news Lyman local it's twelve noon Warner police are asking for the public's help after a suspect opened fire on another car on the one ten freeway Victor Valencia tells KTLA five he was on his way to work Monday night when two people and a red Hyundai S. U. V. opened fire the vehicle was in front of me and then and a couple locations try to pull next to me that's when the altercation happen with the individuals just started shooting at me I don't know where he says the incident on the one ten in south Los Angeles was unprovoked police are examining his car for evidence anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call the California highway patrol Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news the White former Dallas police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in his home has been found guilty of murder amber Geiger claim she mistook him for her own and the of his apartment for her own and was in fear for her life when she shot him the jury deliberated for close to five hours total before judge Tammy camp read the verdict in court we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder gags attorneys argued self defense but the prosecution said John was an innocent man in his own apartment now on the sentencing John family attorney Benjamin Crump says he's optimistic allowed a commentator said there would be no murder conviction so right now we already ahead of the game Geiger faces up to life behind bars Clayton level Dallas the trump administration has been handed a partial victory over net neutrality the DC court of appeals rules the FCC has the right to repeal the net neutrality rules set up by the Obama administration net neutrality me the internet a utility and prohibit companies like Verizon Comcast AT and T. and others from slowing down or blocking access it prohibited them from charging some companies more money for faster service the FCC argued that cost companies too much money and prohibited investment in better connective itty Californian I did its own. rules as a result in while the court ruled the FCC can repeal the Obama regulations it cannot touch the state's rules Jim Rupert law center one legendary athlete is weighing in on governor Newsome signing a law allowing college athletes to make money off their names and likenesses for NBA hall of Famer and LA clippers broadcaster Rick very warns the law won't work if there aren't restrictions there has to be a compromise get the guy some money but if you're gonna do so we put a cap on what it can be because the moment you start adding money and you start to get a high value of money that could be given to these players all of the big schools with the big donors and everything are going to totally dominate get all the players it's gonna rule the competitive field it really is the NC double a is expected to challenge the California law in court Rick Perry was a guest on the morning drive I'm ready way K. A. B. C. sports a woman is recovering after trying to escape a kidnap attempt on Sunday night a doorbell camera caught the woman knocking on the door of a neighbor with her ex boyfriend close behind. the boyfriend grabs a fistful of the woman's hair drags are off the porch and across the front yard officials say he then Forster down the block to his home in Arcadia cops arrested the X. on Monday.

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NYC Department of Education Employee Allegedly Abused 9-Year-Old in School Basement, Police Say

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

NYC Department of Education Employee Allegedly Abused 9-Year-Old in School Basement, Police Say

"A para professional at a school in bed Stuy has been arrested accused of sexually abusing a nine year old girl authorities say the victim was not one of his students but that he would take her to the school's basement to sexually abuse her she told her grandmother who reported it to the police they arrested twenty eight year old Kevin Lyman last night he's charged with sex abuse sexual misconduct and forcible touching among other counts lemon was responsible for helping special needs students at the school the DOE has issued a statement calling the allegations deeply disturbing saying he was immediately suspended without pay pending the outcome of the

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Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem

The Dan Patrick Show

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem

"Know what it wasn't long ago. I think it was last week when two weeks ago when mclovin said hey how about this poll question is andrew lock more likely to be an slight disappointment or hall of famer and this is when the ankle injury came. I remember it was the calf and then the owner robert say said i think it's an ankle and then i started to think there's more involved in this. There's more to this story. Sorry ben just glynn from the calf to a high ankle. I don't even i still don't know what he has but we know it serious enough that he announced his retirement and everybody's got an opinion on this. His decision to retire was a shock to the system for you know the the entire n._f._l. Nation when people say boy oy this is the most shocking football story we've ever heard i mean like new. No no no no how about we start with o._j. Simpson michael vick aaron hernandez. Those are shocking stories. Andrew looks different cat all right he is. He went back to college to get his degree. He could have left after his junior year. He went back to get his degree in architectural design. I believe he there are guys who are or football players and then there guys who play football most our football players j._j. Watt is a football player. Should he still be playing football. No no not at all but it andrew luck is a guy who is a guy who was good at playing football. I don't know if he's a a football guy and there's a difference in that but that doesn't mean he wasn't good at it or didn't love it. I just think that we're we're so unfamiliar. Oh you're with an athlete who uses logic where you go. What are you doing. Most football players in pauley had the analogy. Let's say you have a rock rock in your shoe. Most football players will continue to play in fact. Stop down on the rock. Where is andrew luck goes. How about. I just take the rock in my shoe. I mean it sounds logical. He just took the rock out of a shoe. Football players will tie the shoe differently like they'll somehow find a way. Hey i'll walk differently who care i'll take madison. Shoot me up. Whatever andrew lucked just said. I'm gonna take the the pebble <music> out. He's removing football from his life. Everybody has an opinion on this and when he started rattle off the list of injuries it makes a lot of sense but it's hard for us to imagine and by the way athletes are just commodities. We've moved on from all of these athletes. We don't care really don't care eric. Dickerson joined us in los angeles when we were out there and here's one of the great running backs of all time any looked great. I said the kind you look like you could give me a couple of carries. He said people don't realize the toll that this takes on goes. I slept in a reclining chair for two years because i had neck and back injuries. Nobody cares about eric dickerson's injuries. Nobody cared about jim. Mcmahon's injury his health. He thought about killing himself. We move on and andrew luck realizes that and yes he got paid paid and the reason for people to be upset and how do you do this to your team. And how do you quit on your team. I understand those emotions. I really do but i have to look at this and say andrew. Luck did what andrew luck thought he needed to do. Is it inexcusable to you know oh colts fans. Yeah i get that. I don't think he's saying boy. Watch what i'm gonna do. I'm going to set up the colts for failure now. I don't think i think that he had to process this. It took a long time. It's something you do you do well. It's your identity and maybe he doesn't want that is his identity and can you get away from this. You know the guys who had all the surgeries. I'm seeing all of this stuff here. Everybody's saying how do you do. I understand all of those emotions. Russians here but andrew lock did what andrew lucked thought he needed to do. If barry sanders was a quarterback and he walked away we would have abba bigger issue with what barry sanders did at age thirty-one calvin johnson at aged thirty. Jim brown age thirty. What are you doing walking away from the sport. Guess you've got a contract extension. There are a lot of questions. I have ranted you luck in this situation. When did you really know and when did you let the cold snow and what is the reason. Is there more surgery down. The road like you went through shoulder. You had and i put some of this on the colts by the way ryan grigson in particular the former g._m. What did i say for years. You have this investment. It's like having this unbelievable engine but then you have a car that's falling apart. You traded for trent richardson. You didn't use any lyman you finally went out and got quinton nelson and what happened. Andrew luck had the best season of his career. He had the fewest sacks. It's not something that takes a whole lot of thought. Hey how about we have a good offensive line. Chances are andrew. Luck might be able to play play a little bit longer but so many injuries and then you start to get down on yourself and you get in your head and you don't wanna go through it and and i look i couldn't play the game. I've told you if you ever watched a game on the sidelines. You never let your kids play. It is violent. It's more violent than you think because when you hear it you can close your eyes on the sidelines just listen. There's no way you go yep. I want to play play. I know we're macho. I know we all wanna play through pain. I did stupid things with my knee and my shoulder waited thirty five the years to get my torn rotator and i'm not even a pro athlete. I have an artificial knee because i was stupid when i played this guys out there and they're taking shots at him. He's getting hit lacerated kidney. He's got shoulder. He's got yeah. I understand all of these injuries. Do we want him out there. Yes because it's about us he. What are you doing to my fantasy team. Hey what you doing to my colds. You're you guys got a chance to. I understand hold loose things but this is something that we don't understand an athlete who says i'm gonna take a logical approach. He's a guy he's got a flip phone. He's got a book club. I mean he he's not your normal guy. Hi and we can't understand this. He's newly married. We can't understand this because all of us would go. I killed a play and make that kind of money and be a starting starting quite yes. This story is about us in how we perceive. This people didn't play wanna tell you they would play or how oh you need to play or. What's wrong with your your soft. You gotta take a step back and andrew luck. Doing i see all of this twitter chatter. Oh this is going to stay with him forever. I is very sanders. A quitter calvin johnson a quitter. Is jim brown a quitter right i. I haven't heard that i'd never heard somebody say. Jim brown's a quitter. Barry sanders quit walked down on the <hes> the lines how can you do. I guess andrew luck is a quitter but i'm guessing will move past this calvin johnson. Is he a quitter or see smart. I don't know i just i saw this reaction this vitriol that andrew luck how dare you do for this. He walked away from his team. I get i get it. He gave up on a sport. He excels at but no matter what people say. I think we can all agree. Andrew luck was outstanding when he did play and wishing luck and no pun intended with his life after football.

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Major automakers post higher May sales

Morning Edition

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Major automakers post higher May sales

"We're waiting to hear today. If Renault of France wants to start merger negotiations with Fiat Chrysler, also some of the big automakers reported higher sales in may compared to a year earlier which surprised some forecasters given the slow start to the year. Here's marketplace's Jack Stewart in Mayfair Chrysler saw a two point one percent increase in car and truck sales and Toyota a three point two percent jump. Kristen check is from the center for. It's research may was better than we expected. But it's not all good news. She says the figures for other automakers onto strong. An overall sales still expected to be down for the year. We do have to play out the rest of the year to find out, and there's a lot of unknowns out there, some potential by didn't get the tax refunds. They were expecting others, a hearing reports about tariffs and consumers and companies wondering when they'll bite. And there's a leveling off of the strong sales the industry seen in the decade since the great recession says, Eric Lyman, chief industry analyst, truecar this is the natural cycle of things, but historically, the automotive industry has had a little difficulty with the plateauing and the slight downturn in that cycle, automakers built up production facilities global supply chains to meet high demand. Now all the uncertainty means they may have to figure out how to scale

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Economy Of Thrones

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Economy Of Thrones

"Moot. Happy Monday Cardiff. Hi stacey. So as you know, yesterday was big. It was the finale of a television show that everyone in the country has been watching for years. Everyone of thrones. Yes. Everyone, but minus one person, the only person in America who does not watch game of thrones. Well, here's the thing. If you'll game of thrones is this whole world? And this is where I'm hoping to sell you on this economics all its own. Okay. I'm more interested than only you. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey management. And I'm Garcia today on the show economy of thrones Cardiff give you a basic working knowledge of game of thrones so that you can at least function, impolite society, and I don't want you to worry because I'm gonna give you a little bit of economics to help the entertainment go down walked out of this room. If I ends. Economic. I had you economics. Excellent. Support for this podcast. In the following message come from Jimmy Nye, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin, and other crypto currencies to your portfolio. Protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from Google from Connecticut's, California, from Mississippi to Minnesota millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. I wanted a little help with the economics of game of thrones. So I turned to this man limestone, he has a population economist and he got a little bit obsessed and started writing a lot about the economics inside this world. What we see is a world that is in sort of a late medieval stage of development, late medieval economics Carter, forget everything, you know, about derivatives and monetary policy. We are getting basic and I have five indicators for you. Today about the economics of game of thrones five indicators show of never seen. Well, the first indicator the army's, I mean, even though you haven't seen it, you certainly know that armies are a big feature of game of thrones fighting dragons fire-breathing. Yes. Epic battles between these giant armies these armies. They're sailing over oceans. They're marching over great distances. And lemon says economically speaking that actually does not fly because he says, moving armies around was just a logistical nightmare. It was like moving a city around, and he said you needed, like a ton of time between battles to just regroup and make new weapons. And he said all the speeding from one battle to another which happens and game of thrones. It's just not realistic. But never happen. Real questions. Are you going to feed everybody? Right. This was one of the reasons why the Mongols were able to steamroll through Europe so quickly. Is that the Mongols or horse nomads, who would go for months at a time surviving on, like the milk from the mayor's in their heard right? This army could. Actually feed itself to great extent. And so these European armies would would March out and it'd be like, you know, fifteen thousand guys on one side, fifteen thousand guys on the other, except on the on the European side on their Christian side. You've got, like, really like five thousand guys, ten thousand people kinda support staff in on the Mongol side, you just have like fifteen thousand trained horse archers who can survive off of, like horse milk. That makes perfect sense. Yeah. I mean big army got a feed. It got clothe it. But of course, as you mentioned, the battles, and game of thrones were not just about the army's. They were also about the fire breathing dragons, and that is our indicator number two dragons. So the dragons and game of thrones is, basically like a weapons technology. And he said, this happened a lot in medieval times, this new weapon would be developed and this weapon would give a huge advantage to one side for a while. And then everyone else would have to scramble to find a way to deal with this new weapon so you see, well, literally arms race between the quality of weapons in the quality of armor. So in the early medieval period, you've got guys in like chain chain chain, mail. Yeah. Things like that. And then what happens is the crossbow comes along. Listen, seventy. I mean you really need heavier armor, plate mail. Yeah, wait a minute. Isn't this some kind of dragons rights violation here? Why? Because. The dragons were referring to the dragons as weapons, but aren't they autonomous beings themselves capable of deciding what to do? Like are they just being wielded by one side versus the other or they like horses basically? So, you know, there's this woman denarius targe Aryan mother of dragons walking naked out of burning buildings. No, she does. So, well anyway, so she's there basically a weapon that she can use. But a lot of the other armies start developing weapons to deal with the dragons, and in fact, one guy, develops this aero- gun to shoot down the dragons, and they do actually shoot down and kill a dragon. Oh, it's kind of like if you develop a new aircraft. That's really great technology than the other side develops like an anti-aircraft gun exactly shoot. It down. Okay. Exactly. That is exactly what happened. That's the arms race. Of course, though, in game of thrones of fighting is not just about weapons. And armies it is also about defenses, namely walls. So this is indicator number three walls, while cities castles, there's also this giant. Wall that stands between civilization and these wildland where the army of killers. Ambi- is led by the scary night, king and Lyman says the wall thing is right on. But here's the other thing all the walls and game of thrones spoiler alert, they all get breached Limon's. That's actually also pretty realistic. But he said, nonetheless walls were still a really good medieval investment, if your city you're not thinking how resistant army fifteen thousand determined enemies. You can't your goal is just to make yourself look like enough of a pain in the butt that when a rating party comes through, just be like look, you could take six days to besiege us in look for the week spot in our wall, or you can just go onto the next village that doesn't have a wall. But then as everybody gets walls. Somebody's not enough to have walls. You gotta have a

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As Apple takes on Netflix, is YouTube ditching its original content strategy?

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:25 min | 1 year ago

As Apple takes on Netflix, is YouTube ditching its original content strategy?

"One of the one of the big players in online streaming is backing away from the concept of original programming. Youtube says it's not willing to pony up the big bucks to compete against the other biggies like Netflix. Amazon video we bring in look. A Shaw from Bloomberg on the KRLD news. So did you just give up on series like the new karate kid a couple of years ago YouTube decided to create a paid video service that at the time was called YouTube red that was gonna be kinda like YouTube answer to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon video service where you'd get traditional YouTube without ads and some other bells and whistles beat also get a bunch of original series that more. Hi, budget had big names initially. They mostly made shows with stars that come from the YouTube universe. But then they also broadened into working with more traditional Hollywood talent. Whether it was the Cobra KAI series that you mentioned or a series produced by Doug Lyman. He's the director of the Bourne identity, but the past few months and really now over the past year YouTube has started to walk back from that strategy a bit partially taking that it's taken that YouTube red service and turned into a paid music service no longer using original series to try to sell people. Subscriptions will that mean that they will not be doing any kind of original series any longer? They will still do original series. But there'll be lower budget, and what YouTube seems primarily interested in getting big name talent Will Smith Kevin Hart had big musicians like Arianna 'Grande to make videos for YouTube, and they're less discriminating about what exactly those videos are. They're not trying to make the next, you know, Will Smith blockbuster movie. They're happy to have him bungee jump out of an airplane. Sure. I guess that does draw more views with less cost to them because they don't have to pay for anything exactly and YouTube is still really focused on its advertising business. You know YouTube is is one of the biggest on our have places for online advertising in the world. It is the most popular video site in the world into one of the things that that executives at the company told me was that people who are uploading videos to YouTube one of those videos to be viewed by everybody and not just by us kind of dip five million or three million people paying for the paid service. And if you'd buy everybody, and you've got a big name talent like Will Smith, not only are you going to be able to get a lot of you're you're gonna be able to. Charge pretty high advertising rates how much of this had to do with the fact that apple is looking to get into this space as well. And it's just getting really crowded, I think it's not specific apple, but your point the crowd, you see Netflix, and that's like suspending ten billion dollars a year on programming Amazon. They're spending like five or six billion dollars a year Hulu spending three billion Apple's coming in Disney's coming in. Comcast is coming in Warner media which on HBO coming in. And there's just a lot of competition. A lot of money to be spent and I don't believe that YouTube or in more bikes tension Google at its core is a company that wants to be spending billions of dollars on original programming. It's just not what the company's about will. There be any need to pay for YouTube service. If most of the stuff will be on the free service. Well, you would pay for YouTube. If you want to pay for the music service, which is a lot like Spotify or apple music on demand service or you can listen to millions of different songs and playlists and they'll sprinkle in some video to make it more appealing in different from those. There has been an added layer. That where you'd pay for original series. And it seems like that will

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UNSW Sydney engineers want to mine water on the moon

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

10:21 min | 2 years ago

UNSW Sydney engineers want to mine water on the moon

"New ustralian project underway to mine. Water on the moon for conversion into rocket fuel. It'll stems because one of the biggest problems with spaceflight at least chemically powered space lot. Like, we use here on earth is the cost of transporting the few needed for the journey. So wouldn't it be great? If you any knitted enough, you'll to get you there and then fill up again for the return journey and that fuel would be plain old water or the most common molecules in the universe. And there's plenty of it on the moon frozen. His eyes on the permanently shadowed flows of polar impact craters which never exposed to Rick. Sunlight what a molecules of also that ticket in the thin lays of gas flooding just above the lunar surface. Of course, water in the chemically related hydroxyl group can also exist in forms out of the normal water molecules by being chemically bound as hydrates hydroxides Telent minerals, and this strong evidence suggesting that low concentrations of these hydrates hydroxides cover much of the Luna. Surface finding water in the moon's important firstly astronauts can drink it that can break down to oxygen and hydrogen use the oxygen for breathing. And of course, the oxygen and hydrogen constituents are also the ingredients of rocket fuel making rocket fuel out of water on the moon would significantly cut down the cost of carrying out space missions now professor Andrew Dempster and colleagues from the university of New South Wales. I looking at the commercial viability of mining water on the moon to produce that rocket fuel Dempster believes a strategy is uniquely placed the covets out a niche in the global space industry by exploiting its position of strength in mining expertise to office mining. He says Austrailia hasn't natural advantage. It already has the world's best mining research technology in automation, tools, and the planet's largest mining companies the major deterred for industry involvement is being the lack of understanding of the commercial viability associated with this type of project, and of course, the besieged investment risk profile of mining Dempster and colleagues. Want to create the engineering machinery mining methods energy resources and communications required to make such operations viable. Hey says while commercial mining operations of the moon still decades way given sufficient funding his team could be just five to ten years away from politics a water mining proof of concept operation on the lunar surface any settlement that happens on the moon would need waterfall source of purposes, if people that would consume it fuel growing plants, you grow them, but most of the applications we looking at for water, the moon would be before settlement happens. And so most of this would just be purely robotic exercise so things like if you can produce the water you can separate it out into hydrogen oxygen. You can then use it as fuel. So you could input that rocket fuel in orbit around the moon or or run the summed. And so if you only way MAs you could refuel away, you know, the reason why that's interesting is or sensible is that it costs limit about ten thousand dollars peculiar to get something into Lewis ov-, it if you. Can create your water. Listen ten thousand dollars a kilogram. You've got a business sorta to do this. I guess they're very side as I gonna melt the water in situ, are you going to extract it as rock rock as regular minds would or are you looking at extracted out of the brick here on the moon liquid? It doesn't exist. There's not enough pressure. Only sort of two types of what do exist as a solid on spending. It will if you hate it out. It would immediately become guests. It will sublime drinking against solely because of lack of Prussia. So what you need to be able to do is not only to heat the ons, but you need to be able to capture and stored in personalized why tunes into a liquid all sorts of technologies that are around try and do this one of them's of build say bubble of the top of the the regular, which is the the soil, and you could apply to it. And you can expect a water in that way. And then gathered together into a container pressurize it separated into the Hudson oxygen the technologies being looked at to achieve. This they being experimented with. Now. You more interested in this. Or are you more interested in the actual robotic the autonomous vehicles that will be doing the extraction? And then processing we'll we have reward Ryan interests. We have students looking at the of this issue. How you might to environmental impact statement. How you as you come up with business cases, and you can close them which mining message. What used to extract to to get the rock into a state where you can convert the the water admission does on how you look at the whole mission where you the resources where you'd want to land. How you power the robots so run across the range of research, topics. We'd looking at or base things basics already looking at missions to examine the feasability of mining at the Luna south pole is this something you want to get on board with or you guys looking at it totally independent approach we hoping to with whatever Papa so whoever would love to wick with their various companies seventy nine them, but some of the lodge inch. National spice companies have very strong interesting strategy at the moment, probably because we sit up out spice agency last year. But also just because the spice industry Hughes growing very rapidly. Regardless of anything to do with the agency we've gone from having to spice startup companies five years ago, having one hundred now it's a really exciting place to be looking at spice, and that's tracking bit of interest. For somebody's international palms. Visit logic to examining mining as in each four spell you. We have the largest mining companies advice team who pays in Rio Tinto's of this world. We have the best mining researches in the world Hugh money engine eating, and we have the strongest mine or am I shouldn't. So those months up in north western strategy with around people in the minds. Leaping up ready for number of years now and successful with automated trains to and they like fifty thousand Tom transit the little things. No, none. But to some extent the the degree of automation of those months at the moon. And is not enough to spice. So by that. I mean, there's still a favorite of communication between a mind and the the headquarters and one of the things that I'm personally quite interested in is the trade off between much communication bend. We'd see need and how tournaments the robots have to be much decision making that can do by themselves without having an intervention from the headquarters. So I think there's a lot of little research to be done there as well. And you really can pay Monte on a to extraterrestrial mining considering the distances the different sorts of environments and especially on the moon with dust play such an important role, the capacities probably more straightforward than you might think the stages that you go through what mining engineers coal exploration. And what Lyman would call like people would go prospecting like would prospecting. But when you talk about exploration and spice that means something else. So we need to come up with some language consisted. But that stays the prospecting style. Edge, the feasibility stage than his mining this transport, and this delivery to a customer a lot of that. Brian Wook exists ready for mines and a lot of the big money companies would understand how you about putting together an argument for for or how you structure it that we are not though talking about driving with trucks with ties twice the height of the person, and I sort of things it would be quite different mechanics, but at the high level, it looks very similar at the low level looks quite different. When you talk about the dust on the moon, bigger problem. That's absolutely the case very haunting reliable Queant l'agence is one of the things that is very important the Trishul money even moso in spice because you can't seem to post a long to go and and fix your robot for you. But when I talk about mining in a very remote place, like the moon, the challenges quite similar to for instance, moaning in the deep sea in the deep oceans, so because again, it has to be very remote, disagree of autonomy era environmental challenges. Is that different challenges? But it's it's still the same general problem. So I think we've got a lot of people working on some of those problems already. And I think if we were to start looking at money and spice, we could then be learning lessons that we could apply on the United States already looking at a success to the national space station in the form of and you space station, which would be one of the Legrand's positions between the earth and the moon. So it'll always sort of remain the opening the middle sort of always remain that position. And that would be a jump off point for regular excursions explorations, prospecting, whatever you wanna call it to the lunar surface. I believe that's why some of the first mining techniques of an extraterrestrial nature gonna be let it in practice yet. Yeah. Wasn't gonna mention on the grounds point to that point on that. That's actually according more like to deliver the fuels to those those points. And yes, we getting quite a lot of interest in the US ninety nine potholes than they would like to deliver payloads onto the Luda surface. Europe has been very active in their moon village China as landed in arrive Rome fossil. So there's there's a lot of intimacy interest in authentic. We have being too out there to be joining in on what time line is is they won. Or is that in terms of developing the technology, which obviously you got to be doing here on us is there at Tom line for that. Or is that too early in the process to to look at things, I think in terms of polio relation commercial operation between talking dick by the need putting in of proving the technologies to make that possible. I think missions can be put together now to start doing that part of what we're interested in stubby was really only examining technologies that apart of a close business. So if you say, this is entirely commercially useful, this technology, then we'll study that one example was we had a student who has growth Jet Propulsion Laboratory, we've had students have placements over the as part of this program. And it was listening at a MAs settlement. And one of these early findings was if. We used this particular technology, and they were forty people in settlement thirty six of them would have to be writing this. And so clearly that's feasible, and those are the sorts of things you wanna knock on the head before you start testing them on on the surface. If they never going to be useful. So a lot of work has to be done the head of time to make sure that what you're doing is going to be useful in the long run. That's professor Andrew Dempster from the university of New South

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Cody Parkey's Missed Game-Winning FG

WBBM Morning News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Cody Parkey's Missed Game-Winning FG

"Josh bears fans worst fears come true a playoff game comes down to inconsistent kicker. Cody parkey what ten seconds left in the postseason opener down just one point to Philadelphia parkey defies the odds. Again, when he missed those four off the upright in one game earlier this year. He misses a kick off the left upright and the crossbar back down onto the field. No good. It's amazing. And then again for for it to hit the upright and the crossbar twice. Just it's you you you you can't make that up. So I it's I told the I told everybody in there, you know, we win together we win together. We lose together we support each other. And that's just the way we do things. Coach Matt Nagy bears. Fall. Just short of the eagles in the playoff obiter sixteen. Fifteen Parke's kick was deflected slightly off the fingertips of eagles Lyman Trayvon Hester. How the bears deal with their kicking situation has become a huge priority in the offseason that suddenly arrived for the team Cody parkey more than hopefully he'd make a game winning kick from forty three yards out even said he felt he hit the attempt. Well, confidence doesn't always translate into result. This has got competences going. I said I mean, there's really no answer to it. I thought I had a good ball. And unfortunately, just

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Derrick Henry's Fantasy Playoff Outlook After Monster 238-Yard, 4-TD Game

Rich Eisen

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Derrick Henry's Fantasy Playoff Outlook After Monster 238-Yard, 4-TD Game

"Right now. His ass fan. Cheering because Derrick Henry is coming back in the game for third and goal. He could he could get his fifth rushing touchdown of the night. It's third and goal. The titans lead the Jaguars thirty nine Derrick. Henry right now. Sixteen carries to thirty nine four touchdowns the Jaguars stuff Dion Lewis on third down. And they were partying like a big stop in the Super Bowl. Right. The second down play Lewis get stuff. Jalen Ramsey starts flexing. Like, this is the greatest thing ever gets questioned via Tennessee Lyman walks over. And then he flopped he went and he did a full Rick flair. I'm flying to the ground referee, not buying it. Playing violins and the entire office is beautiful. Jalen Ramsey flexes. After a third down stop. Second down stop his team is losing by twenty one. And a guy could set the record for most yards rushing the game against your defense. But now, hey, good, man. We just made a big stop in a goal at the one. Just unbelievable. We're really one of the more ridiculous things. Yeah. That we've seen in some time from the Jacksonville D. But you know, that's about his chest is I guess they've been able to be this entire season just to absolutely absurd. The offensive line doing a great job for the titans throughout this game. Just owning the line of scrimmage. So they get a big stop there. I guess quote unquote, and for the moment slowed things down, but Henry comes back in. We'll see how they played third. Jason. I got to take something back that we said we actually thought CJ two case game was against the jets. Because obviously every good game anybody has against the jets. But what if I were to tell you tonight's game and Chris Johnson's game. We're both against the Jags were they really? Boxing.

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"lyman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lyman" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Oh yeah i would we would set them up and you get that lyman going and as soon as you make that cut back he turns the different attorney right into that that the tackle now was it that was all she wrote would be pancakes syrup sorry about that bad is it i know i'm talking violently o j mo you want to what i we we love a violent game football's a violent game and again you need to be able to separate the two you know because there is violence on the football field doesn't mean that it should be allowed or should be accepted other places but that's what we love about football that's it is what it is so you know i don't think there's anything wrong with necessarily celebrating a little bit of that but now we're kind of gentler america we don't want as much violence and safety of the game safety of the game i mean now i mean if you think about the kids are now leaving the game when they get concussions and different things like that they don't want to have longterm whatever that comes after that again we've that's that's the benefit of time passing and you know we get we get to see this because again i even think about when you or some of the older guys would talk about the guys who played before you came before like stuff they had to deal with guys who played here and like say the sixties and stuff like that the stuff that was legal back then had to deal with but again we we live in we learn and again we're trying to make the game as fun and safe.

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"lyman" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lyman" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Offense of lyman or 2018 pick you have whitney merciless to her crazy good contract you want to have whatever debt the can on defense and you do happen to have surpassed rushing death jj walk comes back you're going to trade him for an offense of weimin or pick would you saw with the defense was without in this past season honestly that to me stupid or the take of somebody that doesn't want whitney merciless nearly enough ordonez see how much the defense took a step back with whitney merciless out number five pickup kevin johnson's fifth year option he says it's too early to give up on johnson and the risk of handing him a fourth fifth year option is outweighed by the upside of walking man if he turns things around as we saw with kyle fuller of the chicago bears do we think god's is going to take a step forward this season i suppose there's a chance maybe maybe the reports of johnson's death were a little exaggerated but i i don't know maybe the cynical side me is just not looking at johnson has even a factor for next year it's it's hard to it's hard to look at in that way 'cause he's never been particularly good coverage has never been outstanding coverage it's just been he's really physically flies of the football on that playing style has lent itself to several injuries forum and if he keeps on getting banged up over and over and over again well can you can you can only end to be your number one corner your number two corner i don't really think so all.

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"lyman" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"lyman" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Uh the ah yes see you can't go to the daily news for those all you know you go four google image search now now you get the good stuff arrest weirdo entat murderer is is that was the news it said a headless body found in does not learnt post a support was the post hosts oh gosh some of these i don't want to look at in now there too depressing fidel castro over dictator reportedly okay after stomach surgery this was a famous one i never forget this one god them so what was what was your favorite headlined that you wrote jeff jarvis oh come i can't remember think about and tell you i can tell you my people magazine headline that i like best yes shugrue rude lyman van lead to cure his tattered pennies toes was sheer stick to its business by god i love how what is that even mean there was a product cold shugrue would yes to fix teddy's and they did a feature story on him and i wrote the headline xu only rude lyman ben leat cure his tattered teddy's toes with sheer stick to its business i use that for a eight announce her trial now on when i when i am practicing my microphone technique i shall i shall proclaim shoe goo goo lyman vendley dc luhrs cures is he gave it say it shuku guru lyman vendley cures tattered dennis does was sheer stick to it if this.

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"lyman" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lyman" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"The steelers and the team outside of the offense of lyman i'll 100 on a waiver who stayed in their lock room during the anthem quilt from rothlisberger quote i was unable to sleep last night and want to share my thoughts and feelings honor teams decision to remain in the tunnel for the national anthem yesterday the idea was to be unified as a team and so much attention is paid to things divide in our country but i wish we approached it differently we did not want to appear divided on the sideline with some standing and some kneeling or sitting rothlisberger goes on as a team it was not a protest of the flag or the anthem i personally don't believe the anthem as ever the time to make any type of protest for me and many others on my team and run a league it is a tribute to those who commit to serve and protect our country current impasse especially the ones that made the ultimate sacrifice i appreciate roth speaker continues the unique diversity in my team and throughout the league and completely support the call for social change in the pursuit of true quality moving forward i hope stand everything had some show solidarity nation that we stand unified and respect for the people in the front line protecting our freedom and keeping a safe god bless those men and women and quote he feels conflicted he feel like he made a mistake these are difficult places to be and i respect the perspective interestingly the one gentleman who who came out of the steelers locker locker room of the tunnel in this a turns out the offense of lime and all ondrove on the way the by the way a man that we should commend for having sure this country he served in afghanistan multiple times he's a ranger interesting only um apologize today because all all the steelers mike tomlin including were under the impression that everyone was staying away the only way of of felt bad in offered this statement today of made coach tomlin looked bad and that is my fault and that is my fault only of made my team is look bad and that is my fault muffled only and i made the steelers are also look bad and that is my fault and my fault only so unwillingly i've i've made mistake and so um you know f of talk to my team is about the.

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