27 Burst results for "MOY"
"moy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"On the 2nd of January, Illinois defense with two interceptions today. Now the run by Tommy Devito of a couple of yards, 7 nothing. Rogers from his own 25 throws over the middle, nice catch up near the 30 yard line. Marks out of the backfield and again, he caught a lot of passes this year. Back marks got 45. Akis on the stop. Dylan Johnson who's not playing today at 48 receptions. All right, so we'll gain a 5 second and 5 with their own 30 left to right, two 26 to go in the half 7 zero Illinois. Pressure coming Newton on Rogers the unloads it caught left side first down up the left side line 45 50 and into little moy territory is Justin Robinson. With a nice catch and run and a first down Mississippi state. Yeah, that time Matthew Bailey had the opportunity to tackle him just past the sticks. I was Juan Martin. And Robinson is able to get past him and break an explosive play in the passing game. Robinson, the sophomore from the transferred in from Georgia. With the first down, nice gain for Mississippi state 26 yards on the pass play. First and ten from the Illinois 45 for the bulldogs, late in the first half, hand off to the tailback. Runs it up the middle to play the marks run ahead to the 40 of Illinois gain of 5. 44 to go and counting Mississippi has all three of their timeouts, so does Illinois. Marching a line I and the Mississippi state ban getting ready behind the Illinois bench down below us. The section below us is just packed with orange. Mississippi state a little spotty on the other side. Second and 5 from the Illinois 40. Here's a reverse. Marks flips the behind him. We got to receive her carrying the ball looking to throw back to Rogers. With a nice catch, the quarterback inside the Illinois 30. Yeah, and that was a play. It's just kind of a reverse pass and they're trying to get it to Rogers. Illinois wound up seeing it, but so many defenders were on the opposite side of the field. They're not able to get there and putting pressure on the receiver trying to throw the ball or cover Will Rogers. Yeah, Jaden Wally was the receiver looking to throw and he found at the last minute Rogers standing inside the Illinois 30 at the 27 of first down for the bulldogs. 7 zero Illinois minutes 17 to go on the half plenty of time for Mississippi state. Here comes the rush throw left into traffic and almost another pick. My goodness. The Ilan eye were right there in tentative for Griffin. Martin was there. Sitting there just trying to run across and route in front of him in Connecticut as a great job, reading Rogers, his eyes were breaking on ball to break up the pass. Remember the game with northwestern, you had the pick 6 and the scoop and score in that game. 7 nothing Illinois, one 13 to go in the half. Mississippi state second and ten at the Illinois 27 Rogers quick dumped down to the right point and then knocked off his feet hard. Is the receiver number 18 Justin Robinson and the allied I just clobber him at the line of scrimmage. Johnny Newton, Johnny Newton read the middle screen right there. They throw it to the receiver out there, Justin Robinson is coming back inside. This is at the state. And big Johnny Newton is there to wallop the second. Three great play. Here's Johnny. It's been all over the place today. Had a deflection that led to an interception. Pressure on the quarterback first team all Big Ten. Juan Martin was all Big Ten second and 13. Heath Randolph Tariq Barnes all victim honorable mentions Seth Coleman honorable mention gave back is all Big Ten honorable Mitch who hit a bunch of guys honored this year in that defense and they're pitching a shutout so far holding this high powered Mississippi offense to a 168 total yards
"moy" Discussed on ESPN FC
"90 minutes stuff happens. Don't draw too many conclusions. I will praise Australia for this. For the mindset because look, players know when they play badly. They know the stinker they had in the first game against France. They look around. What I think of Matthew lucky looking at his teammates or Aaron moy and saying, my God. You mention Aaron Moyes says, wait a minute. I am by far the most talented person on this team. And I'm Aaron moy, right? No, no, but then to have the wherewithal to go and do this against the Denmark team, the many had going far in this tournament. It's a tribute to performance. I look forward to seeing them in the flesh against against Argentina. Yes, yes. Your boy's Friends were already through as group winners, Jules, so I guess they weren't too fussed as they lost one nil to Tunisia, 9 changes made by deschamps. A defeat that might become a draw, by the way, because the French have a code that would disallow it. It's called my Griezmann right at the end. I was disliked because the refuge made a big mistake, of course. It should not have been decided should have stood up because the ref blew the restart. The game was restarted, then it was stopped for full-time, and then that's when we are intervening but you know what I like to do that VR and you know that you will be naughty there and so is the referee. So the French have a period I don't know if that's going to be successful or not. We'll see to be fair, I don't care. I think it's quite embarrassing. I don't know. But this Griezmann have a goal bonus. Yeah, I mean, he's getting closer to Olivier Giroud and TV on his records if he does. But the fact is that the show makes things up completely. I'm happy with changes. You shouldn't make changes. But not in that system. I mean, practically, it was an absolute nonsense. Can I say something about Griezmann chasing cherry on me in Olivier Giroud's record? Antoine, I like you very much. It's very, it's great that you're having a little renaissance and everything. But give up the record. Honestly, 'cause even if you catch them and pass them and I'm not sure you will, it's a guy in your rearview mirror. Helium and BAPE. Seriously? Within a couple years, you will have pulverized you. So nice idea, but Qatar is either World Cup with zero points after losing to Holland tuning in that final group game, gab do you have anything more to say about the host or would you rather talk about with Van Halen or both? No, they were absolutely terrible. We're going to see him again. Is it fit? He's a part time player. I think they need the real Memphis to pie on the pitch if they're going to make any headway, even including against against the U.S.. This is conservative fun how. I do not like conservative fan how. I do not like Louis. I do not like daily blend his pal. I do not like him in a boat. I do not like him with a goat. I do not like him in a castle surrounded by a moat. I honestly, I don't want to see Holland play like this. I remember when I changed not because you make a poem about them. Senegal also advanced defeating Ecuador two one joules. I thought it was deserved, but kudos or two. Yeah, who played well birth just so they messed up on her, but I think they were, I think you could feel the pressure on them. They didn't play like they usually did and February to Senegal Senegal stepped up massively were in control such a good performance from them for me smile as far from millimeter from idris a guy who unfortunately picked up another yellow and would be suspended for the game against England in the last 16, but really I think a lot of love and credit for Senegal 20 years after the 2002 World Cup where papa bupa jobs called the winner in the opening game against France, where the world champions at the time for them to go on like this and qualify and pay tribute to Baba bubba job. I think it was incredible. So really, really well done to them. And sticking with your brings us to an end because there's a man with glasses over there and a beard who has told us our time is up. We gotta come back and do this again because I have a whole bunch of quick hits here. I didn't get to. It's okay guys, do not panic. We're gonna be back on Sunday until then. Love the game. Love your neighbor. Love yourself.
The Christian O’Connell Show
"moy" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show
"Stacy, great story. Thank you very much for calling us. No worries. Let's do one more before Patsy's news. Emma, good morning. Hi, good morning, how are you? I'm good, Emma. And what was the toy? So it was tote and tennis. So back in the day, everyone had totem tennis. Yeah, we had this I remember this. And things got a bit hated with me and my sister and I ended up with the best in the mouth and lost the tooth. Wait, your sister ended up with a bat in her mouth? Well, you did. No, so I think it's so long ago that I think she was really happy at me, so I stormed off, but I walked behind her and she went to give a big wax to the bowl and ended up in my face. And yeah, I lost the truth for life. Wow. That is hardcore. The stuff that brothers and sisters brothers and brothers and sisters do is a nightmare, isn't it? It's mainly just like roadrunner violence to each other. Another fact that the story is still, it felt like you were selling it to us like mom and dad. I went to give the ball away. You weren't fighting. Sure, okay. The baller worked from behind. Yeah, that's what happened, isn't it, Stacy? I lost a tooth for life. The Christian O'Connell show podcast. You have an inch of my toy, throw mine, irate, younger, or elder brother or sister, or just fired a toy into your eye like one of our listeners when he was a young boy, just to see what it would be like to be hitting the eye by a catapult plane. Spoiler alert it hurt young Dave lockwood. All right, Jackie moy, you're keeping an eye on the toys and the injuries this morning. You can add to yours. 9 four one four one O four three. We've got an evil knievel in the eye, a monopoly board in the temple, the plane catapult to the eye, the garden came to the eye, a xylophone on the foot, like losing the big toenail, action man up his brother's nose pogo stick with broke. She put a hole in her tongue and the totem tennis lost her too. It sounds like some sort of injury report record at the worst place sensor in the world, doesn't it? Add to that, a solid toy donut dinosaur thrown by a boy's story that hit me in the face resulting in a broken nose. Christian, my little brother ran me down on his mini quad bike. I always Stephen King. I said, okay. All right, let's go to Bruce. Good morning, Bruce. Good morning, JPC team. JP. All right, Bruce, so you're toy injury stories. What have you got for spruce? I have two fear this morning, Christian. The first one was as a young boy. I was a little taser and I was playing table tennis with my sister. And I was winning and started teasing her. I'm making a noises. And she got the table tennis bet, you know, sort of accidentally throw at me and slipped out of her hand and gave me a black life for a week. Wow, wait. Okay, right, that's number one. What's your second one, brucey? Second one we were playing dots. Seamless sort of circumstances. I was winning. Pulling the darts off the dartboard and teasing her and she did the same thing with one of the dots in the hand and they gave me the back of the leg. What? She was like an ninja. Uma Thurman and kill Bill. Yeah, they're not stop. No, actually no. I'm the youngest of 5 so I've many stories. I bet you do. Bruce, thank you for children, may have a good day. All right, thanks guys. Bye bye. Bye. Darren, good morning. Hello. Hello, Darren. What was the toy? Three speed drag stuff in the 70s. Three speed drag stone wash your injury. I turned it into a chopper. We used to cut all the forks off. Another blow I can sip them on the front. And how old are you when you were doing this? 12. 12 customizing bikes. Yeah, yeah, I couldn't weld. Which is what happened because whenever a jump, the front wheel come off and the forks dug into the ground and the handlebars slipped around and dug into me leg. Oh my God, it went into your leg. Yes. So how had you retired? Yeah, if you can't wowed. Well, that's why I come off. I couldn't weld. It was just so you did try to weld it, but not successfully, obviously. No, no, it wasn't. We're not the police or investigate this or reopen the case, mate. Oh, I'm down. Thank you very much, she called, let's go to Jackie here. Come on in, Jackie. Hi, mine is a classic Aussie toy, a slip N slide. Super size is a pretty big all over the world, but yeah, carry on. Yeah, ran up to it and instead of going down hit first, I decided to go down, but first, got onto the slip and slide and my left ankle gave way. And that's where I fell. So what did you break your ankle? All right, my ankle in two spots. Oh, God, you poor thing. They were leased all those slipper sizes to love them, but so many kids are barely a lie today because they have got concussed or wiped out and that slip N slide. Yeah, not to mention adults. Yeah, that's right. Jackie, thank you very much, you call. 9 four one four one O four three. We're taking all stories today. Cut us up. Tell us what was the toy? And what was the injury? Toy injuries, 9, four, one, four, one O four three. Christian my son sniping at me with a knife bullet from 25 feet away. Got me straight in the eye. I had a black eye for ten days. Great shot though. This is amazing. Christian when I was 12, I had a 22 gauge air rifle lead paddocks. I was shooting objects in our back garden. Weapons like that. There was a golf ball about 5 meters away, so I shot that big mistake. I hid it dead center and the panic came flying back at me. Hit me straight between the eyes. I think the pellet went into my form. Now there's one here here we go. This is how it begins. Father worked on the Darwin theory. We either all die or survive. Pool table, myself and two brothers, Paul Q's ended up a sword and the balls as now this gets split this take so I need to find out a bit. And the balls as backup weapons. You can really imagine a scene. What could possibly go right? Poor ball in the mouth. Broken front tooth for life for myself, Mike. Excuse end up assault. And the boss is back up weapons. It's a scene, isn't it? A cut scene from step brothers.
They Call Us Bruce
"moy" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Thanks for having me. This is awesome. Not too long. The awesomeness is all ours. And the honor. But for real, we were just talking before the podcast launched about the journey of reading this book and being blown away so many different times in so many different eras of history. And we have just so many questions about it, but first and foremost, I just want to say this is a book that still resonates in my mind. Every time I just close my eyes, there's so much going on. So it's such a special and such an intricately woven tale that prompts so many kind of conversations in my head. I'm so I'm so incredibly blown away that you wrote this and that you've given this talk to us. Thank you. Yeah, it was the kind of book that when readers got to the end, I hope they had some philosophical musings. Going on. So, you know, that regard mission accomplished. The book starts with your titular character, a fong moy, who was a real person, that is your jumping off point to tell this story, this really kind of epic chronicle of a imagined family, a family line. Maybe you could maybe you could, for people who are not familiar with the book, haven't read it yet. You could talk about the book. Yeah, the book is about inherited trauma and that on the face of it sounds pretty heavy. So I call it my epigenetic love story. And we think of genetic inheritance, we think of hair color and eye color. And in the book, explore the possibility, it's a very real possibility that we also inherit psychological traits. Emotional IQs and phobias and resiliency and things like that. And I do start with this very iconic woman.
"moy" Discussed on WTOP
"The national symphony orchestra of Saturday July 13th at wolftrap tickets on sale now at wolf trap dot org Rick McClure WTO traffic now let's take a look at the skies, storm team four meteorologist Steve prinze valley. Can you severe thunderstorm warnings to mention Ralph one is for Stafford and king George county and that one goes out until 6 30, so another ten minutes is that storm crosses the river in the northern part of king George county moving out of Stafford county. And also for Charles county, really this is the northwest part of Charles county, and we are seeing right now that storm just moving into the nanja moi area. So south of ironsides prepare for gusty winds to 60 miles an hour, large hail, maybe quarter size in diameter, as well as downpours and frequent lightning. So watch for that, you are inside and away from windows as the temperatures are falling quickly as The Rain falls, nanji moy and ironsides falling into the 70s right now. So just be careful, certainly you're inside and away from windows as these storms roll through. Closer to the metro area, just some rain and across the area like Springfield Alexandria Burke, for instance, up towards a Great Falls in north Potomac. I'm also tracking some storms that are out in the I 81 corridor, one right now that is really south of mount Jackson near the new market area, so we're watching for some additional storms, but needless to say, the only two warnings are in our southern suburbs. Chapters fall into the 70s to lower 70s or 60s tonight with saint patchy fog. And tomorrow, hazy warm and humid highs up radius feeling like the 90s with some strong late day storms with damaging winds large hail downpours after about 4 o'clock. Tuesday, partly cloudy hot and humid lower 90s, we sizzle into the mid 90s on Wednesday and partly cloudy. It is 81 and annandale and
Bloomberg Radio New York
"moy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Okay, maver cousin Bloomberg Euro area economist on the downgrades to growth projections and the upgrades to the expectations around inflation from the European Commission. Thank you very much, indeed. Okay, well let's take a broader look then at the inflation and rate hiking cycle central banks around the world are speeding up interest rate hikes trying to crush an inflation surge that's partly of their own making South Korea, New Zealand have raised by half a percent Canada's gone with a full percentage point. You've also got Singapore and the Philippines tightening at on scheduled meetings, now with the U.S. CPI coming in a higher than expected market C 1% fed rate hike at the end of the month as 50 50. Let's bring in blue both trades are Brendan moy, the man who really knows all about the global drivers of inflation, Brent, good morning, good to have you back with us. We had thought that there might be a peak in inflation in the U.S., but from these latest figures that really doesn't seem the case. It's your cousin. The CPI yesterday was quite a surprise. It came in, like you said, well above expectations. And we started yesterday with folks expecting a 75 basis point fed rate hike at the next meeting in two weeks. And we ended it with a hundred with the expectations toward a full percentage point. So it's definitely the debate about whether inflation has peaked continues and heats up. There are still signs that there are supply pressures in the economy. Demand seems to be weakening. So that argues for the folks who say we've already peaked on inflation, but it's definitely going to be an interesting couple of weeks here as more economic data come in. And try to turn the turn the tide for the fed, whether it's going to go 75 or a hundred basis points. Yeah, and to that point, just to extrapolate or excellent at least expand on that. There was some concern with the CPI print around what looks like increasingly sticky inflation. And yet the beige book of the fed points to price pressures easing, at least in some parts of the U.S.. So how do you pull all that together to kind of get a clearer gauge of whether or not indeed this is the peak? Well, the beige book is probably a better cross section of what's really going on with the economy and companies in particular. The base book is a survey of regional survey that breaks it down by the fed's districts and it really gets into a detail of the anecdotes that companies are relaying back to the Central Bank. And so it's probably more current than the CPI numbers are. More forward looking. You get a company saying, we feel that demand is slowing. And that means more to the fed than last month's consumer price data. So the base book will be a key part of what the fed factors into going into this next meeting, but it's going to be a close call. It seems how aggressively they go or not. Absolutely. Brandon, thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for your time, brilliant based trades are Brendan Murray, giving us a perspective on the global drivers of inflation and the fed path ahead. This is Bloomberg. Markets, headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com to Bloomberg business out and putting both quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. It is 9 17 in the City of London, this Thursday morning. You're seeing losses of four tenths of a percent across European equities, the selling most pronounced in Italy the FTSE mid down 1.6% political risk back in focus for that country as Mario Draghi threatens to step down as prime minister amidst splits within his coalition. There is essentially an expected to be a vote of confidence, essentially a vote of confidence in his government
"moy" Discussed on Doughboys
"Friend forever, you know, but we haven't hung out in forever. Do you think this hot dog? Incident is why? Well, I was like maybe just like a perfect storm. Wow. Wow. I have a quick update. Oh. I've tracked down the menu for American trash in New York City from back when they had red's char grilled hot dogs. Oh my God. Here is the banh mi hot dog. Mayo, fresh cucumber, pickled daikon, carrots, cilantro, and fresh jalapenos. Sounds pretty good. Wow. So, well, you'll just have it with ketchup and mustard. This big whole project. Why is basically got to the bottom of one of the issues during a sound clip. He found out. He found out the impossible. My big question for sure Anton and son moy if I were to talk with both of them would be, why opt for the pawn me hot dog over the loaded baked potato hot dog, which includes sour cream bacon, Monterey and Cheddar cheese, French fries and fresh scallions. That sounds great. I think that's the investigation. But at the core of all of these hot dogs, is the same hot dog. That's okay. That's fair. That's fair. Mitch, how's it going with the hot dog? Well, it takes 6 to 8 minutes to cook a hot dog on the air fryer and we're about three minutes in. So you could probably go to it. And then don't I have to wait another 6 minutes. I think this is gonna be done after the episode. Okay. I have a question for Mitch. Yeah. Was your air fryer already on the hot dog setting? Yes. It was..
"moy" Discussed on Doughboys
"Hearing it, I mean, there's actually not much disagreement about what happens. No. You know, Sharon tons has a hot dog, some voice says a little bit less. He does say that he ate it. There's a little bit of a disagreement about how long it was sitting around. Would you guys say you're on one side or the other on this? Yeah, I'd say I'm on Toronto onside. I think that he seems like he, I would also be annoyed if this happened to me. And then to hear the details that he did this Ali G I can see it all too much. I can see this happening and it's annoying me and I would be mad as well if someone ate my hot dog and then did an alley G finger gun thing. I believe that to be a thing that could especially then. That's like an annoying guy thing in 2007 or whatever. That's real. Sure, but also Mitch and I are all too familiar with playful antagonism between old friends and that seems like sun moy and Sharon ton had that kind of dynamic. And it may have been one of those things where it was just sort of like, hey, this I thought was playful and lighthearted. And if anything, this was an act of love. And you took personal offense, perhaps due to the circumstances, perhaps because of your head space. Yeah, I don't know. I feel like I need to hear more to render a verdict. I don't know if you're curious at all about what the hot dog was. Does that matter? Does it matter? Yeah. Okay, and that's honestly the most important detail. Yeah. Yeah. Oh,.
Crack the Customer Code
"moy" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code
"In essence is it came out of the research. So i feel like i talk about trust. I'm just gonna share three and say you gotta buy another book for that or the have me back so now days actually even in a talk. I will quickly not quite as quickly as i talked here. But share all eight so they had the framework and then we'll go deeper run two or three if i'm doing an executive day. We do all eight if i do a to. You know what. I mean so in most if i was going to take three places to look at quickly i would take clarity because almost everybody has a clarity issue. I'm telling you the marketing and strategy firms think they're clear when they're not at the level. I'm talking about number two. I would take commitment. It has some overlap with character. And there's some really value and that's where we find the idea of how you rebuild trust. Which if we have time we can come back to. Number three is consistency and consistency. If i only had one. I would take clarity because think about this. Clarity of clarity of priorities helps have alignment. Clarity of expectations helps us have a consistency on the team. Clarity values helps us increase our character in an organization. So you can affect all the other pillars with clarity quite quickly. So i would actually start there if you have a character issue at the core you got. It's gonna take more time. You have a clarity issue. You can do something and change it. Change things in two weeks so Moy this whole whole lot more there. I think i went off the rails help i gave. It was like the best lightning round of just wisdom. We were just like bum. Rushed with knowledge This has been. This has been great. David and i think there's like every single thing you just said can totally be applied to customer experience and it's a relationship right and that's what we're trying to do is build that relationship so.
Feliz Dia Novo
"moy" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program
"Program, urging young people to get vaccinated. Kids between 12 and 17 years old, who get vaccinated in the state are eligible and automatically entered winners selected randomly, and we'll get $50,000 scholarships to any public in state school. Lionel Moy ease ABC News. Mike. I understand you need the car. Carly's
WBZ Midday News
Haiti Interim PM Calls Assassination"Barbaric Act"
"Haiti's president Juvenal Moy is death. An unknown group attacked him at his home. ABC. SNS to Liquid TERROR Reports City's airport now closed after the country's president was assassinated Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph calling the attack a hateful, inhumane and barbaric act, adding quote the country's security situation is under the control of the national police of Haiti and the armed Forces of Haiti. Democracy and the Republic will win and quote in as delicate era ABC News at the Foreign desk and several reports have come in saying that the Haitian first lady has died in the attack as well. No word from the government police
WBZ Morning News
Haitian President Jovenel Moïse Assassinated
"Of Haiti Juvenile Moy ease was assassinated. After gunmen broke into his private residence. Haiti's first lady was also wounded. Breaking news We're following out of the Caribbean, a woman in Worcester facing over a
H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"moy" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"We get in whole pile of casualties. Now job is to kinda sorta who needs walt Be that from clinical examination. Or ideally from cds cancer than we can pass them on the we chats of surgeons and do okay that one that would mean look the sickest but actually what we'll do is we'll keep that one here we'll give them a bit blood more resuscitation and will he can go to the late. There was that one is still bleeding. Reading needs to go under the knife right now. So we'll move into the operating theatre and then they would work the surgeons going to be more a bit more planning our job status is sort of a break in for to give them a bit of head space to think about what we actually need to do and then they can move the patience on from there so i say it's all it's all to do that dot team that team mentality. Then you're everyone having their own little role with an alum. Did you tell him. Would you do in those with the docks during those attention on. The students rotation varied they try not to help us away for more than about three months. And there's a there's a number of reasons not that off during the balkan days and that was because people weren't doing very much and the trouble is particularly surgeons and this is that unless there's lots of casualties not doing very much and so their skills can atrophy. If you're not doing your job you kind of forget some of the little nuances of quite slick. Quite good always this anything. Emergency physicians generally always got something to do. Even if it's just minor injuries and some of the primary healthcare that we get involved generally got we generally fairly okay. But the certain chinese can get quite board and disruptive at times but you y- bored soldiers are thinking of board surgeons definitely thing so we generally will go away for about three months and of kept going in iraq and afghanistan that'd be simply because the intensity was so when things are busy the intensity was so high that we were burning people.
H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"moy" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"We did get so much better during the afghan years at managing these casualties one of my colleagues knock sorts joan pinball while he's a navy surgeon he's he's an academic. He's done some really interesting. Were trying to capture all these lessons and he's produced this amazing graphic shows better for given burden of injury. How much better we got to keeping these people alive so we can. We can give people scores to a number on how badly injured you are based on what's happened to various parts survive ability exactly and that's where we end up in this put having patients who statistically shouldn't survive and yet we've got fairly large cohort guys and girls who survived injuries from the afghans who shouldn't have nearest mathematically shouldn't have survived and he's producers amazing graph. Just shoot year on year. How we got a little bit better every time because it's beautiful it looks like a unicorns tail so it goes to the magic unicorns lloyd. It is incredible when you think you've got a people like markle. Yep walking around. Yeah he's got one of them and not only an other..
H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"moy" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"I suppose. Well that's basically but actually we are very much enablers. We're part the g. four chain we. We support fighting troops and the end of the day you know. Achieving the missions going to be the thing that the thing that happens so we can only work within that context. We can only work with you. Know with everybody else to get stuff done What was it like being a talk at a regular unit like the and always fascinating yes. I'm i'm just thinking of time with the docs three power over time. I think that must be a nightmare. For all units. I think every units go their challenges. I mean. I think i was really lucky. I think regret punch think cavalry soldiers who generally quite the amount of silliness. That went on with slightly less Phil next door. He had second patel gca and i nothing. He had a few more interesting characters. Who do some basic stuff. I think stopped me the allowances. They had great nicknames. Rachel you know like saw major driver is screwy. Known as scree. Mr mr locking was known as central captain drew. Who's known as nancy. And one guy who was so ugly that he was known to the entire regimen including including the colonels to call this guy because he was so ugly belichick. So we'll be with tiny. Tell you not. he's not. He's must've here's your dog. Yeah all bullhead why he called. Why did you call him. Bullet head like a bull. Go ahead like a dog of retarded to new w. two big seen junior junior captain. He was a senior w. Two really important guy to is super seriously but his name is junior. And you kinda struggling to like this is really important. Guy taking roux's why call junior. Because i got three big brothers joined. They just called me junior at hitch. Just start how's things be few workwise sinks since the obvious the word diet up. It's been different sometimes. Good different sometimes bad different and it's been busy. I think we in the emergency department of on all right. Generally things sixteen. We do actually so i. I'm an emergency physician. So i work in the emergency department at the john radcliffe oxford. That's one of my. I've actually got about four jobs. So that's one of my jobs my other job until very recently. I used to fly as a critical care doctor with thames valley air ambulance of literally just just being posted. So that's changing. I also do Car emergency physician at to two field hospitals. So i'm there so in house guy for emergency stuff and i'm also the clinical director of training. So i run. My job is to take people who are working on regular army to own navien doxa working on air ambulances in the uk. And i run a training course to show them how to do..
H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"moy" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"And that's something we've been. We've been working effectively. The walking donor panel. So if you've got a company of troops we'll we'll have people prescreened and pre checked so we know what your blood group is. We know that the screen for virus. We can deny he'd take blood from soldier and give it to somebody who's bleeding friendship. Done it in mali. Fantastic paper from the norwegian. So you think so. There's lots of worries about. Are we going to degrade our soldiers ability to fight by taking blood off them. She thinks ticket blood. And you gonna feel very well. So the norwegians. Did this fantastic study. Where some of the sf guys did a series of physical tests. How do you know blood taken and did the tests again and of course you know. Sf gotta like they were. They're such competitive. Bunch of the best of times did better on the test after having a youtube like that in the same day kind of thing so they id. So the idea is incident hopkins. Yep patient needs blood yup miles away from row one you whenever you call it and you take blunt from another soldier see e grown you played. You probably wouldn't on the ground you're doing in a light surgical facility. So if you had troops at reach being supported by their own. Mo their own medics but a long way away from anything that resembles a hospital we can deploy surgical team which is a team of depends on various configurations but a small group of people that provides me as emergency physician but we also have an easter surgeons. We have a biomedical science at times is to handle blood and everything else. That's quite quite. I mean these. Things are all comparative. The smallest field hospital is Over one hundred people You know is nice for the kids when we did excellent. Save syria in amman. With two years ago. That's what we took so the that that's smallest field hospitals over one hundred guys and girls move one hundred kit a huge beast so these things are all relative you know they the smallest so we continue..
H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"moy" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"Is is quite unusual experience for most people so you find people quite frightened to do it in the chest whereas we try and see 'em taste to do all the time and it's just as standard of care works really really well but it sounds mental but it really does work. Did you see any throughout your time on on any different roles the military and now extensive experience with nhs of. You've seen anything any procedures or any technique so anything of the bodies of knowledge. That's what came into service if you'd like the military or whatever operation and then you see them overtime come into the somewhere. Manifest sells like a normal local populous level that injustice for example the most of the experience that came from the military of colli net barnard's and i wrote a research paper on that a few years ago. Which is now you know how to use it to give an anesthetic through now. Never been never been done before interests into ossius in also ucla. I n going spelling bee. Who i n a he lost it. Sorry after right after right it though spill ossius intro. Cs central has access. So that's definitely. I mean that was originally commonly used in children who can be very difficult to get veins on. So there's there's a really a there's a tricky age with children u. Born babies are very small veins. But you can usually get one but you know that happy happy toddler. Big pudgy hands out. If you got kids but my my my kids when they were they by a year eighteen months they go through this phase. Having really really soft pudgy. Hands and trying to evade in them is a nightmare. So if they're really sick will use an atrocity as kanye in them instead and. that's where the technique came from but popularizing houston the dolls normalizing eastern adults definite came from the military. I mean there's a few other things that have come. For example we were were the first to do pre hospital brooke transfusions so previously blood transfusion was only ever something that came in hospital and to to do that in in the failed was it had been done in the second world war. I mean you you back to the guys at market garden. New jumped in there They they carried plasma Freeze dried plasma that they could give whereas a is full of practice Whereas nowadays when i worked on the ambulance we carry tunes blood and jeans fresh frozen plasma with us all the time. And that's something that we used to do. American that's come into into normal civilian practice. What else why. The drought the first base because it risk perceived risk and also. People just forgot that it could happen. You know i'm trying to think where i mean. You know for a long time as standard of care for people who bleeding was to give them effectively salty water and study after study after study. Shows that this really isn't the best thing for patients my colleagues overseeing that salty waters cooking pastor for reason it just stayed the standard of care that someone who's bleeding should be given salt water naturally. We knew that's really bad for patients. You know if you if you're bleeding. And i give you cold. Salt water will do dilute your blood clots. It will make your blood more acidic so it won't clot and it will reduce its ability to carry oxygen. So it's it's actually making you worse and yet for years and years. It was the standard of care. Oh my god So nowadays we were trying to replace what's being lost so when you hold you see on the tv show you see them holding up a bag of what looks like blood. It's not actually blood. It's packed red cells. So we we end up having to give it as components giving whole blood is quite technically challenging the end..
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"moy" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"I'm not sure if that really answered the question. But that's kind of read. I a guy deep brain fog. Raf regimen he's moved. Oh god i remember is a good lot. Oh tomato tomato and yet rougher edge spent a lot of time yes there are four protection the back of the aircraft right okay. Yeah he was a was him that said he was saying that my anyway someone made the observation. That the the thing is that you going out when you go out and deploy every city every situation you go into someone's worst dan. We were stay going into really. I was explained to me. I thought actually you know. Every day i was on. I doing stuff. Every day wasn't the worst day. Like someone's worst day some days. Some of state yes. Some all tying unto that level of That level of stress quick stress. Quick onset of it repeatedly on what you're doing knowing where you're going into the lifeline. Potentially for someone making it or not you know challenging what he is any incident stick in your mind is the most challenging dealt within the buck palley can. I can't imagine trying to especially at night trying to treat people. The night stuff was interesting. Didn't do two jobs at night. i think. Many have several casualty at. That's the that's the most troubling things. We need more than one patient. Because when you go one patient for you know we had four clinicians patients one dog one nurse t- paramedics i'm folks nations won't pay new pregnant. No matter how sick the patient four commissions can do a lot very quickly You know. I remember picking up marine corps. Soldiery todd Both both legs taken overnight and we had nine minutes with him and in that time we managed to give him a package packers tuna case legs dresses. Legs gets atrocities to give him some blood transfusions who give them. Some blood transfusion gave him an anesthetic. We managed all that in about nine minutes. What can you say. Interest is so when someone's really really shy when they've got new new blood left in them getting venus county. Let's give them drugs and medications and everything else is really challenging and particularly doing either in the dark or when the the vibration the noise lifter. It's prey tofte can be done but sometimes it's time to have a couple of goals so to quicker. What you can do is put kanye into the human will head to us basically. It looks like a drill And you you drill a kanye into the the bone marrow. Their shown shoulder shoulders leg. But actually from we were dealing with people who didn't have any legs so we learned to shoulder and then checked drugs. Blood everything else. You won't throw it It's it's it sounds really brutal but actually works really really well. The only problem with it is it really hurts so one of the reasons so generally what we do is put the canyon canyon doesn't hurt very much. There's pictures of mutual of people putting them put them in star in where you can put them into the human head. There's little youtube videos of people put them into themselves..
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Biden Planning Ten Day Blitz Of Executive Actions
"In washington it is also a very very big week. President-elect biden scheduled to be sworn in as president at noontime tomorrow chief-of-staff ron claim saying the biden is planning a ten day blitz of executive actions. And for that. I'm gonna go over to joe. Who i think's going to go to washington. Yes to lon moy is going to. I don't know if she's got every executive action she's ready to go into but she's going to have the latest on the inauguration and everything surrounding The inauguration the biden teen plan for a ten day blitz. So we got that going for us. I i whatever. I'm ready for it long. That's what presidents do but i've got a little trepidation with some of it but elections have consequences. It's coming keystone. That's going away at not taking. I think that over the next over the next few days we're going to see is just a real sort of divide and juxtaposition between some of the pomp and circumstance and then some of the policy so obviously the inaugural ceremony is gonna be dramatically scaled back today. We're going to see biden and leave delaware. Make his way down to dc the not by amtrak. Because of the heightened security measures. Tonight he will be at the lincoln memorial for ceremony honoring those who have lost their lives. Tacoma nineteen but in the midst of this pandemic. there's a real desire in the administration to be seen is hitting the ground running and it's one of the reasons why we're going to see five of biden's talk nominees. Have their senate confirmation hearings today. That includes janet yellen for treasury secretary along with his director of national intelligence homeland. Security secretary of state and defense secretary. I got an early copy of yellen opening statement and she does plan to make a forceful for that one point nine billion dollar covert rescue package. That was outlined last week. She says without further action we risk a longer and more painful recession now and long term scarring of the economy later. She also says that with great at historic lows. The smartest thing we can do now is to act big now. As for that flurry of executive orders abiding planning within his first few days many of them will reverse the decisions made by president trump. The latest example came just last night on restricting travel from europe and from brazil the trump administration had said plan to lift those restrictions on january. Twenty six though visitors would still have to provide a negative cova test biden spokesperson immediately. Push back on that saying that the new administration would not lift the ban and instead she tweeted with the pandemic worsening the more contagious variants emerging around the world. This is not the time to be lifting restrictions on international travel by is also planning other executive action on immigration the keystone pipeline. The paris climate accord the world health organization. So the goal of the biden administration is to show here that they're the ones who were serious about
The Blockchain Sho?w?
Jack Leahy - Enterprise Ethereum Alliance
"Jackie young the membership director for the enterprise. Enduring alliance really happy to be here today. Thanks for having me on again gently at the ea. The is really focused around enabling organizations to adopt and use during technology and their daily business operations really focused on empowering the ecosystem more generally within the overall you dear ecosystem manda Personally from background. Perspective and come from the world of the world of enterprise technology consulting and sales. I've done a number of large implementations and deployments with a number fortune five hundred organizations are spending across from a devops strategy to cloud operationalisation to supply gene inventory optimization via learning models and artificial intelligence and so i have a pretty widespread enterprise consulting background as i had mentioned most notably around the microsoft stack but have done work across long. Vm ware Across most of that relatively traditional it architectural stacks and twenty seventeen. I started to get more and more interested in crypto decentralized computing space and starting to get more interesting more interested overall for me he perspective and starting to pay really close attention chew how many enterprises and the people that i was interfacing with were really developing on ethereal and the overall platform and again The most recent that i had had was focused on consulting around service now and the mic stack and i saw how much microsoft was investing in jail their azure. You're deaf jet predicated on the theory ecosystem largely and i started just pay more close attention to began. How many organizations were really building with any theorem and had the opportunity late in two thousand nineteen to go head first into the game ecosystem and within the blockchain world and Got the opportunity over as a membership director at the ea starting in january and so twenty twenty has been quite an interesting year and been really needs deep by ever since really glad you were able to make it to the podcast. Today excited to hear about What you've experienced the sarum ecosystem and what things are going on at the ea. I don't. I don't know a ton about the serum enterprise alliance. Maybe a little background My perspective there wasn't much Thoughts about win crypto first came out you know of of making this Really tailored to enterprise Until a theory. I'm came out with a smart contracts and and things of that nature and then bencher price base really took to a theory in ways that i didn't imagine Initially it could you tell me a little bit more about the and what it is and who are the members and how how does one become a member. and they ultimate goal of the organization. Absolutely see that's about saddening and you're you're spat on as far as enterprises building any theorem. And i think that's largely predicated on many of the technological foundations the backbone of ethiopian and it being more of a developer focus application tom development focus blockchain competing system and as a result of that. That's why there's been such widespread adoption From enterprises and more emerging technology organizations like And from an ea perspective Really rigid with some founding members Back in two thousand seventeen Some of those included consensus. Gp morgun intel a number of others. Who are still very involved within the. Ea is well as a number of other organizations and what they're really focused on is having an ecosystem of best practices to build within the theory. Him from both aig Private permission boxing. Perspective to public may net perspective as well and The as was largely built dine. The enterprise theorem specification which we are now nearing version. Six of it and the specification is finalized. Which we're really proud of and that's really kind of morphed into the whole genesis of like corum that's been bill dead consensus and jp morgan. I'm now Formerly done under consensus. And that's where a liar lot. A lot of the work had been predicated on in the past and organizations. Join a again just to be with really like an expert network of people to kind of collaborate on the things that they're challenged with within their organization and how to take Some of the the internal capital and resources that we have our disposal and how to leverage that more effectively within one's own business and so we've seen a number of different creations within the ea from quorum with large built within the token taxonomy initiative free cell framework token taxonomy and building out smart contracts were actively from the business protocol which is hugely important right now and his gaining just a ton of momentum and excitement within the industry and now more again bringing in die each us which were incredibly excited about in. That was just announced on this past month on largely focused on creating registry around safe smart contracts so that users and customers that interface with can be more confident and reliable within the smart contracts that they're leveraging utilize utilizing a Let's go back to core. Would you say that is kind of the biggest win for the enterprise space and What what exactly is core. My i have a a little bit of understanding that it's was developed. I think initially by j. P. morgan chase and then Be behind consensus to do it and Now j. p. morgan chase Purchased that aspect of consensus. Are they working together. and corum is kind of a. It's a side chain to a theory where or is it. Is it a a completely separate based off of theorem blockchain. I wanna make sure. I do justice of this and i know that the consensus team and some others within the ea could even speak more intelligently and effectively to this but quorum is really built on like a is a private permission chain built on the enterprise etiam specification and so a number of organizations developed best practices around in enterprise etiam standard that could be trusted and relied upon within organizations and A number of these organizations where the kind of the genesis and the create creators of this and jp morgan was largely behind the creation. Corum early with In collaboration within members of the and notably consensus of course. And as of just over the last quarter i would say consensus acquired that in full and now is perjury even more closely with. Did you be more again arching team if you will Largely led by christine. Moy and the honesty in there and there's been a ton of exciting announcements relative to what their team is doing right now but Consensus has now brought in corum And what we're seeing within the industries who such a big movement Around utilizing obviously the public made net and many believe that that's the future will continue to collect you but what we're seeing is actual in live production. Instances we've seen the most modern work around enterprise right now and consensus has been a large driver behind that as well as a number of other organizations consensus driven that in a large way up to this point in time.
AP 24 Hour News
Texas governor criticizes judge who jailed Dallas salon owner who opened despite coronavirus restrictions
"A Texas judge's decision to jail a hair salon owner for defining restrictions meant to limit the spread of the corona virus is drawing criticism from the governor who issue those orders actions were selfish putting your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you live Dallas County judge Eric Moy told Shelley Luther he would consider levying a fine instead of jail time if the salon owner apologized and closed for business until restrictions were lifted Luther refused stating this is not selfish I have here sizes that are going hungry the judge found Lutheran contempt of court he disrespected the executive orders of the state the orders of the county and the city and sentenced her to seven days in jail Texas governor Greg Abbott says compliance with the restrictions it's important to ensure public safety but he called the punishment
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Dallas salon owner jailed for defying virus shutdown order
"The actions were selfish Dallas County judge Eric Moy told Shelley Luther he would consider levying a fine instead of jail time if the salon owner apologized and closed for business until restrictions were lifted Luther refused leading Marcus is not selfish I have your stylist that are going hungry the judge found Lutheran contempt of court they disrespected the executive orders of the state and sentenced her to seven days in jail Texas governor Greg Abbott says compliance with the restrictions it's important to ensure public safety but he called the punishment excessive I'm Ben Thomas
AP News Radio
Dallas salon owner jailed for defying virus shutdown order
"The actions were selfish putting your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you live Dallas County judge Eric Moy told Shelley Luther he would consider levying a fine instead of jail time if the salon owner apologized and closed for business until restrictions were lifted Luther refused stating my focus is not selfish I have here sizes that are going hungry the judge found Lutheran contempt of court he disrespected the executive orders of the state the orders of the county and the city and sentenced her to seven days in jail Texas governor Greg Abbott says compliance with the restrictions it's important to ensure public safety but he called the punishment excessive I'm Ben Thomas
AP News Radio
Dallas salon owner jailed for defying virus shutdown order
"A Texas judge's decision to jail a hair salon owner for defining restrictions meant to limit the spread of the corona virus is drawing criticism from the governor who issued those orders actions were selfish putting your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you live in Dallas County judge Eric Moy told Shelley Luther he would consider levying a fine instead of jail time if the salon owner apologized and closed for business until restrictions were lifted Luther refused stating this is not selfish I have here sizes that are going hungry the judge found Lutheran contempt of court he disrespected the executive orders of the state the orders of the county and the city and sentenced her to seven days in jail Texas governor Greg Abbott says compliance with the restrictions it's important to ensure public safety he called the punishment excessive I'm Ben Thomas
NPR News Now
Former Kenyan president Daniel arap Moi dies at 95
"Second president. Daniel arap Moi has died at the age of ninety five. NPR's Ada Peralta reports from Nairobi. Moi was authoritarian ruler. Who reluctantly ushered in Multi Party Democracy then Illinois came into power in nineteen seventy eight after the sudden death of Kenya's founding father but after an attempted coup against against him in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moy went? After his critics with ruthlessness hundreds of rivals were tortured or disappeared toward days. Moi was was despised and under pressure. He begrudgingly accepted a Multi Party Democracy Musalia Mudavadi. Who was his deputy says that should be his lasting legacy? He lost an election and he peacefully transferred power to me that is a tribute that we must never forget. Daniel arap Moi ruled Kenya for twenty four