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Why Your Supply Chain and Cloud Arent As Secure As Youd Think
"Hi i'm jim lundy founder. And ceo on research and today's episode is focused on a topic. That many enterprise already know well. Enterprise security and cloud computing now in the kobe. Pandemic security risks of seemed to increase. We've previously discussed and some other podcast. How the rise of remote work presents a new era of vulnerability for enterprises and so does some of the evolving technology that is allowing hackers. Much more sophisticated. And we're going to dive into that today. So what does your organization need to to make sure it's protected. How can the right cloud technology to help your enterprise. Sometimes close some of those security gaps joining me to answer. Some of these questions is craig kennedy senior research director at research. Craig is one of the latest analysts. Join our team of trusted advisors before joining aragon craig was director of it. Infrastructure and operations have been dabo. He has also held roles at makara. Ariba inc n. P. t. c. Urine earned a bs in mechanical engineering. From the university of massachusetts at dartmouth brings his wealth of practical business experience in it. Knowledge to oregon. Crag it's great to have you with me today. Thank you jim. I'm excited diorite in. Let's start by taking a bird's eye view of what's happening right now. You re wrote a first cut. Analysis of the hacking of a company called solar winds. Can you tell me a little bit about what happened. At this event and why enterprises should care about it why was such a momentous event. Absolutely so in december of twenty twenty solo wins disclose that had had been hacked by an undisclosed foreign government entity resulting in at least eighteen thousand of their customers being exposed to malware in its orion softer product offering this cyberattack extremely sophisticated in is believed to be a russian hacker group and boasts likely state-sponsored they targeted and successfully breached solar winds corporate network eventually gained access to its build servers once. They're the hackers able to inject malicious code into the solar winds orion build process. Then this infected code code. Sunburst was in package and signed with valid solo in certificates giving all recipients of this package the false assurance that this was indeed a valid and safe component of their orion product. This was so devastating because the orion product which is designed to manage a wide range of it resources in an organization requires elevated privilege access virtually all the it infrastructure and enterprises. Both on premise. And in the cloud this new type of attack vector means that supply chains are more vulnerable than we'd ever thought before it will put additional pressure on software vendors and enterprises to use extreme diligence when testings after products and updates before promoting them to production. That's certainly a big time. Hack and you know. Obviously they're still reeling from this and we're still learning what reaches occurred. Craig what are some of the recommendations for enterprise when it comes to preventing clinks their. It supply chain so arrogant reminds that any organization procuring software should evaluate creating their software. Qa teams it will inspect thoroughly test inbound software offerings and upgrades in an isolated staging environment before being even thought of deploying production. We also advised that any service agreements be updated to include software cleanliness clauses so for software providers to perform extra due diligence to prevent this from ever happening again. Lastly and this one is a no brainer. An enforced multifactorial in your enterprise as for all users and servers one of the easiest things he can do help ensure your enterprises secure. Okay thanks craig. And that's really actionable advice. And also add that procuring endpoint and privacy protection platforms and another best practice and reviewed some of that and some of the emerging providers in our hot vendors in privacy and security. Research showed from twenty twenty in fact one of the things that has come out as part of that research is that sometimes the good guys of the bad guys that people that wanna borrow some information for advertising or actually taking a lot more stuff than we thought so. Check that research out. I want to shift gears a little bit and also talked to you. Craig a little bit about cloud and bring cloud in this conversation a little bit about all the different options that people have and how it ties into enterprise security in twenty twenty one. Many organizations are developing newer. It strategies sometimes from scratch or sometimes just to migrate services and obviously there naturally drawn to public cloud options. Some of their benefits include pay-as-you-go operating costs limitless elasticity much less up front capital costs reduced operational complexity and most importantly levels of security. That may be much higher that they can get immediately then they could maybe get themselves often due to maybe the new of this of the company itself a public cloud can provide highly efficient secure. It services for many organizations and it can also help reduce vulnerabilities.
"makara" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"One meal rack up in the last issue. That looking back up where. The one model doesn't socialize was actually pretty funny ads on your planet. How much sexualizing can you do? So Yeah Stylus like Doc. Obliterated by the way yuccas joining cap on sonar and his gang blindside and who's the other Guy Its relationship drama is a bit much for supposed to be training. You Know Then Hal and Carol trying to track down the Predator GonNa work or guy. I think it's GonNa work out trying to track down the Predator Girl Jesse Ventura style enemy buddy. Ed How's Greenland say? She's so infuriating. Sometimes and that's part of what I love in her that that's not a healthy relationship in a throw that she makes me so mad and that's what I love about her love the angry. Santa's break your get back on with a porn blocked landlord Makara let searches house. Can't that's against the law so's assaulting I know have been we add breaking news that but then after what sonar and his guys get away. We see John and Kappa here. Let's go back to my place and recharge your rings article. Wow Wow no we could we could. We could both use my lancing. Oh us a half back in college come. Then you know I recite noth. But Lemme hear yours as we drink the emerald. We'll tell president her life. Midori incredible hulk sign. What is a pop quiz? Likely you did ask me so. I've given her gusts and then an interlude. Because I'm sure most people thought the Mr Mr Smith was the Predator but then we see him report to the Predator so campy Mr Smith executive like Mel We see sooners guys like in a mansion or something. Oh boy this is our boy a homestead link to hell end of Thank God oh what about foreshadowing? Hal and Carol go visit Guy Gardner. Yeah basically coasts for now. What yeah we see John. On account of plating sonar in his men again yet action. Oh my Lord gives camera heart attack back off lantern. I used my power up. Her heart guys out here. Looking Lake frigging analysts in frigging journal had a baby I love. It's like leave or will kill her. So jaunt takes off pulls a flash man comes around the other side of the earth. Man Burn their retinas permanent. It is I hate Debbie. What's happening okay Sir Random kids on a rollercoaster that we get the first cast to train him. A trading going really good. That is one hell of a kiss though because she said on her plant. They usually don't mean nothing they hadn't kissed by him. That's all black inappropriate. Just reading your all your friends blogs again this is why you bury them in the backyard of how far what did you think of these issues..
CEO, Chairman of MGM Resorts Jim Murren steps down
"We've got to kick it off with broken last hour on. MGM CONTESSA BREWER BACK CNBC HQ with some numbers and a big executive departure contestants Brian Big news from Mgm Resorts Chairman and CEO. Jim Marin is leaving. He's been at the helm of this organization. Since two thousand twelve in fact was mentored by founder Kirk Kerkorian and will remain in this post. I'm told until a successor is found. This comes at a time fraught with uncertainty for the company it's Casinos Gino's or closed in Macau because of Corona Virus Far East visitors aren't playing Bacharach in Las Vegas. The way they used to that led last quarter do an eighteen percent drop in table. Able Games those headwinds have caused the company to withdraw. Its full year guidance. It's expanding massive energy effort dollars to secure gaming license in Japan for an integrated resort. It's new casino in Springfield Massachusetts is struggling. SNP were out with a note questioning MGM's credit and its ability to sustain long-term Corona virus disruption without raising its risk of default. And then you have activists investors like Keith Meister. Who was named to the Board Board last year? Really Agitating for change here. Three hundred million dollars. In big cost cutting initiatives at MGM resort they're selling premier properties like the Bellagio and MGM. Am Grand on this trip. This is a company Brian in the midst of upheaval. The call has just started. I'm going to jump on on bringing back any headlines that I find please do contests a thank you very much charlie. Let's talk about this guy's not a segment. We talk about too much but tim kind of an odd departure. MGM Yeah The stock up eighteen percent over six months which is good did not as good as the market. It's outperformed Las Vegas Sands not like this company's been tanking but now and as it should it certainly would the focus that's been on Makara remember. MGM Reminding Audience Audience. There are about thirty percent of the revenues coming from China whereas you know win seventy five percent so very different profile on risk as was just talked about the fact that. MGM has been doing everything they can to improve their balance. Sheet makes the stock a lot more defensive so again the sale of the ground they sold their property at fifteen point. Fifteen and three quarters times multiple a on ebitda which is which is very attractive and I think something that gets them down to that one times leverage they were trying to do so I think casinos thrown around here. A lot of these stocks were breaking gap before we got into Corona virus and again those that actually are exposed. I like casino. I should have said this Karen WYNN resorts up eight and a half percent a year. MGM's up twice. That I mean it's again it's not like this spin some horrible underperformer well. There's one thing in the released today. That was really interesting. The tender offer that MGM announced to the Doing one point to five billion and a tender off a Dutch tender. So you can somewhere between twenty nine and thirty four so they're basically giving you somewhat of a floor for at least some portion of the companies thirty even while they're saying we have no idea what. The outlook is based on corona virus. That's sort of interesting to me that they're willing to do that. At a time of such uncertainty sort of goes to your point of I mean they must also stocks undervalued. If they're willing to step up in that way right now so interesting couple of Friday's go Scott hosted the show we were. It was probably not the peak necessarily Sara Corona virus. But obviously we were talking about it in Las Vegas Sands vacillating around the sixty five level and we talked about that being your level for an entry point being that it was the previous high back over the summer. Scott question US correctly. Why would you step in here and to Tim's point because a lot of these names have gotten bludgeoned on the back of it I mean? LVS CBS was absolutely breaking out to the upside prior to this and we talked about that sixty five. They'll now here at seventy one. I think it does take out that. Recent high of seventy I five and it's cheaper than GM nineteen times words MGM's probably premium into space close to twenty two and a half so I'm not saying Fitch MGM here. But I am. I'm staying stay long. LVS The idea being that eventually hopefully sooner than later corona virus will be a footnote in history. Let's hope sooner than later. And and the one thing we've learned about the consumer whether it's the American consumer or somebody Macau or wherever else does a casino if they WANNA go. They're going to go and they're gonNA it comeback quickly and the consumers healthy and the consumer at least we can talk all we want about household debt and certainly some of the sensitivities are interest rates but but if you think about where casinos were after the financial crisis in two thousand eight into nine the consumers in a totally different place they had. They had repaired the balance sheet and that was not a place to come in and buy casinos again. So as you pointed it out this is this is a High Avis. Certainly going to be an awful February Gross gaming revenues in January. We're down eleven point three percent they're going to be significantly worse in February for those exposed to Akao but this is not something that doesn't correct itself. I think as you get through into the second quarter assuming we get through this and I know that's that may be insensitive to the to the to the health issues that are out there. But we've seen this before in terms of Asian assets coming through the SARS virus. Yeah because I would assume tim you would say and I don't WanNa go anything on our coverage coming up in a couple weeks when the next starting sees it as out but you gotta just right off the first quarter right. I mean first. Quarter you
"makara" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Auburn and fifty six right now in Sacramento. Police arrested two men during a sex trafficking investigation in Roseville Jason announce a sixteen year veteran of the chino. Police department and Twenty-four-year-old Anthony Harrison arrested in connection to human trafficking investigation. Rob Makara from the Roseville police department, we ultimately found that someone down. There. Sergeant connected with the chino. Police department was involved as far as John in this human trafficking prostitution setup. Mr Harrison was running it began in January when officers served a search warrant at a home in Crocker ranch and found a sixteen year old victim and Maske was released from custody on Thursday after posting bail Harrison is being held at the south plaster county jail. Certain criminal records of millions of Californians could be wiped clean San Francisco district. Attorney George Gascon. Introducing a Bill yesterday alongside assembly member. Phil tings not applied sex offenses. It doesn't apply to violent crime it applies to. Missing meter and nonviolent offenses. Automatically wipeout eligible convictions for misdemeanors nonviolent offenses as you heard. There would apply only to people who've completed their probation sentence in a county jail or were arrested, but never convicted it would keep background check agencies from accessing and giving cleared criminal records to employers and licensing boards. However, it would not remove the records from law enforcement databases, sixty three new California Highway Patrol officers got their badges and took their professional oath today in west Sacramento, each cadet pledged to protect and serve before having that Goldstar pinned to their chests cadets and academy class three eighteen were recognized for academic excellence. Marksmanship best athlete and most inspirational cadet before Commissioner, Warren Stanley administered the oath, you all of this. I do solemnly pledge..
"makara" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"East side of Orlando international airport. Danny Hamlin comes out on top the sixty first running of the Daytona five hundred that happened not long after a string of dramatic crashes. Took out much of the competition and the great American race. Me in the last twenty laps regulation. There were five crashes and to red flags blend. Our top story this morning Democrats set to launch a legal challenge to President Trump's use of executive powers leaders in states like California Joe are making the first move against the emergency declaration at the border. He's lost seats are arguing that. The president does not have the power to issue the emergency declaration Norton move around money to make it happen. Florida law. Professor, Brendan berry says the case could make it all the way to the supreme court. You can see the possibility that the supreme court. What say it's one that involves a fight between the president the congress, and sort of let them fight it out. California's attorney general executive Makara says a lawsuit filing from his state is imminent. He did not need to announce or declare a crisis. He's hoping that he could count on a conservative court into supreme court. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is expected to meet with the secretaries of each military branch this week to find out where three point six Bill. Million dollars can be found in the construction budget for the wall Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO coming up a young boy in hot water for not standing up for the pledge will give you the details. Next on Orlando's morning news. This is Clark.
"makara" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Because like, you know, prints thought he could do that wheel. No. That wasn't a thing. Like, you're directing the movie that's one thing. I think if she was like producer on it. Yes. Like helped workshop the story, but wasn't directing that I could see her doing track. Otherwise, I think just burn herself out. So I don't think she. Go because what is directing if not just coaching actors to we really need her to coach actor on like she's worked with some terrible ones. So. Yeah. Speaking of the way, she's dated some tear, exactly. And that's the thing about the relevant thing. Turn a fucking watched the Larry in the city thousand play. Okay, Makara de LeVine was the best part of that. She was also the best part of paper towns. Oh, oh my God. That's right. That's the one where the girl superiors and the the cryptic clues. The boy the boy is defined across all this fucking surprise. You saw the why a atomization that was paper towns. Yes. In the theater. Oh, why did you do that? I saw the other John green movie at a patient's with it would follow up in Fulton are stars. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And you cried during that, I don't think I did. I think I was left a little hollow. Speaking of soundtracks, though with great sign of them. I suffer live. There was great old. We sell her during a palooza cupcake, and she brought a whole Z for some reason. And she Halsey to sing wanna be. It was pretty surreal on a cupcake was got him great. The most vulgar female river. There is who should also were present goods. And I'm just saying those I would have liked to see when lady Gaga fucking. But we treated at the Grammys. I'm like saying, I think would have done this a lot better because I feel like when Gaga did it was all like puppetry in pro. Can you imagine a Saint Vincent Super Bowl? Halftime show. I I can imagine. Yes exist in the realm of pure imagination. But you know, but then again, she did a remix from maroon five and they're going to play the fucking Super Bowl halftime show. Should I know my God? What if they bring around the guest that'd be so insane? Yeah. Hurry, Donna, bringing out MIA for some reason elephant for some other reason of the hell those good times probably any other last thoughts. Defensive just that she did in one of her early peas, she did a cover of Jackson Browne slash NICO's these days, which is awesome. Oh, she also doesn't cover on. There's a Fleetwood MAC compilation here ton of people do covers of their songs than she does sisters of the moon, which is not my favorite Stevie nicks song by. It's her and another guy who I forgot but good word. They totally reinvented it fits her style perfectly. Really fine. It's like if it's not like essential listening. But if you're a fan of her, I definitely recommend checking it out. He also did a cover of loving you by many riverton with John legend, and it is. I also I think it's really cool to see how her vocals have progressed throughout her career. Not that she was ever. She's never a bad singer all breath, but she just gaining in confidence. And then having the ability to sing loving you which is very difficult song at all with your friend John Lewis, and like she has like abroad, and she is really great tone. It's nice open..
"makara" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"The top. And then underneath it's all sweetness. So this one works for me. Bob. Would you think. Well, you definitely get notes about where the barrel came from. You definitely get the sort of the roasted cocoa chocolate malt notes in the back. And I, I think it's the power suggestion. Yeah, I I'm, I'm actually tasting just just ever slightest. I all I give it air. Well, this one, this one, really, I now out for a while and some water and the water really balanced out the the, the smoke on this. When I first straight out of the bottle, it was smoking little Ashi. But once I put just to drop water and gave it a, you know, a good fifteen minutes or so to set, it's really balanced out well, and you're getting, you're getting one of the smoky note, but you're not really picking up the the Iowa of it. You're not getting, you know the, you're all there's no, there's no dine in use band-aid, there's no muck. There's. There's just pretty much just smo- say those things like their pejorative term. They're bad. I don't know if you're in a mood for them. They're the greatest things in the world, but it's, you know, it's more of a when is remind, oh. Westland makes makes a smoky whisky that they do where it's it's very, it's barbecue smokey than it's not very PD smokey. This is right water water. I thought that air did it. Well, I think the combination of twenty minutes in the glass plus some water. Really? Yeah. This one. I mean, I like this one. I I'm, why can it even more now now the angry. It's the, the smoke has went from sort of Ashi to just really just elegant. I would agree I, that's exactly I thought just ash up front on the very first. At at. It was asked you in the mouth, but on the nose cigars cigar tobacco, and now it with the air. It's gotten so much better that ashes all grown rebounds. Rebounds cigar. I'm trying to figure out where on the shores of Lake Michigan that they set their fire and set fire along the water because there's not there's no salt along Lake, Michigan. So when they say the smoke concede smoking's cash on the the Isla barrel, but this is smokey and the knows I got smoke and more smoke. That's what I got really, very, really kidding, not really guest barbeque? No, no, it's not a barbeque smoked. This is this is a, this is a fire smoke. This is grasp earning smoked ham, no swamp swamp burning smoke. You know that you just sitting around and enjoying our camps joint, but it's not, but it's not bad, and it really does help the bourbon. It really does help the bourbon and I think it tones all of it again. Getting getting nothing but campfire out of this, what he's talking about? Yeah. If you like to smoke, if you like a smokey scotch, you're gonna love this. This is nice. You know, for that part of it, I enjoy this actually, you know, it's not something I can drink on fire. Yeah, I can't. No. I listen eight smokey scotch Stelios enjoys this because it's not smoky scotch at all. It's not a smoky scotch, but it is. It is smoky. It's good. You know they're not. They're not lying in advertising when they say smoke. Now I'm gonna. Give them the see as well. May have the boss over here. They don't. They don't. They clearly sit around the your friends. All right. You'll get to see. Something, you know, they said that given that it's. You think that would pick up? Some of the the Iowa is opposed to smoke, and it really doesn't pick up anything other than the smoke. So they pick up the Makara chrome or band right rate? Exactly. My none of that kind of similar, not every Isla whiskey has the tone is also cure crow..
"makara" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Tampa and w x t TV HD two Clearwater. A potential bump in the road to confirmation. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox news. Senate Democratic leaders calling on the judiciary committee to postpone the vote on supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh this after a woman who accused cavenaugh of sexual misconduct told her story to the Washington Post Christine blazey Ford claims one summer night in the early nineteen eighties machine cavenaugh were in high school that he was stumbling drunk hand her to a bed groped her and put his hand over her mouth to stop her from screaming. The post sites are saying, quote, I thought he might inadvertently kill me. He was trying to attack me and remove my clothing forge said, she escaped with Kavanagh's friend. Mark judge jumped on them. And then she ran out of the room last week. Mark judge told the weekly standard that Ford's claims are absolutely nuts. And that he never saw cavenaugh act that way FOX's Richardson at the White House Senate Republican Jeff flake saying he's not comfortable voting in favor of cabinet until he learns more about the allegation the White House saying continues to support. Court the nominee Florence downgraded to a tropical depression as it moves across the Carolinas. But the worst is yet to come. From officials is that the rivers will continue to rise for another anywhere between two and four or five days, and they some of them may closer to the coast may not actually reach their peak until the end of the week Iran Thursday or Friday, so that is of great concern also of concern awfully all the rivers and waterways around Charlotte North Carolina, which as I say is where we are headed. Now is another rain band begins to move in here. Fox's Jonathan hunt in hartsville, South Carolina. Forecasters warning floods could have an unprecedented impact in the Charlotte area as rivers rise to record levels. Florence blamed for at least seventeen deaths Makara Linas, including a three month old baby Fox News, fair and.
"makara" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"All right. So I do want to talk about Rhonda Santa's and this insane media spin that he is a an evil vicious racist. But I have to begin today with the pope who tweeted something crazy out this morning. I don't know what pope Francis thinks he is doing. I don't know what he thinks his job is and listen. I'm not a Catholic, so they're legitimately a billion people who know more about Catholicism than I do on planet earth. Maybe more than a billion people who know more about Catholicism than I do. But the basic information as it has been conveyed to me is that the pope is supposed to be communicating God's word on earth and he is the vicar of Christ. Is this correct? I think is the general idea. Well, this is not. Sound so Vicarage shall we say, here's what he tweeted out today. We Christians are not selling a product. We are communicating a lifestyle. I didn't realize he was actually guest starring on madman this week. But when pope Francis says things like we Christians are not selling a product that are communicating lifestyle. He might want to think a little bit about the lifestyle that he and the church have been communicating in the last few weeks. You know, the lifestyle that says that a Catholic cardinal cardinal, Theodore McCarrick can basically run around shipping seminarians and he's not going to do anything about it that cardinal McCarrick can molest children. And apparently that means that he should be put back in a position of public importance and that when other cardinals approached the pope, the pope basically chastises them for there's an awful awful story those out today about how the pope basically dealt with the McCarrick situation. Apparently, he made some sort of joke about McCarrick being in the in the clutches of the devil hit. This is an article from from life site news back in July. Apparently McCormack gave his speech. Speech. Let's see. So the the story is that Ted McCarrick was speaking in. He was speaking in October two thousand three McCarrick shirt. A conversation you had with the newly elected pope Francis Makara told the audience. He had a very serious cardiac incident while who's the Vatican's are in the twenty thirteen conclave when he returned from the hospital to the seminary where he was staying his phone rang, and it was the newly elected pope..
"makara" Discussed on AP News
"Call to the it will be, the, first to directly measure, wind speeds and directions all over the globe. Allowing, scientists to improve worldwide. Weather forecast does that lights equipped with a so-called, lie Dr that buyers, powerful pulses of, ultraviolet laser light into the atmosphere by comparing the wavelength of the light when it goes out to the wavelength when it returns. Scientists can calculate which way. The air is moving, the satellite will orbit earth every ninety minutes the FAA says it hopes real-time wind measurements will also help predict. Extreme weather and, climate change more accurately French president Emmanuel Macron has called for trade discussions to be held. Between the US, Europe China and Japan in November, in Paris in a speech. To French ambassadors on Monday mccone said will trade. Rules on currently working but unilateralism and trade war, is the worst response he proposed to organize. A meeting on the issue on the margins of World War One commemorations. On November the eleventh in Paris since he's, invited dozens of world leaders to the event, including US President Donald Trump who sent. He would attend a potentially explosive letters been, penned by the Vatican's retired ambassador to the US AP's Mike Kevin report it accused his senior Vatican officials of knowing that the former archbishop of Washington x. cardinal, Theodore McCarrick regularly invited seminarians to his the eleven. Page letter is attributed to. Archbishop Carlo Maria. Vigano who urges, pope Francis to resign over the issue the letter says Vatican leaders were aware of Makara Inviting seminarians into his. Bed as far, back as two thousand but still promoted him to cardinal the letter published by the national, Catholic register and life site news also. Accuses Francis of initially rehabilitating McCarrick despite being told about his pension for young seminarians in twenty thirteen Francis accepted. Mechanics resignation as, cardinal last month I'm Mike Hampton Hi.
"makara" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"To be honest for should be. All right. There was a couple of big dudes skyline gone. Yeah, they've, they've recruited well, like again quietly, it's a quite eight and four. They keep putting together top twenty classes, so they're building depth the towel levels, pretty high, doing really well Makara Linas and I expect because again, if we're talking about the gravy schedule, Florida, it's it's pretty nice to be South Carolina and being in a year where you have quarterback continuity. I know it's going to a new tempo system on offense, but the reason care is new-look offense of. Volatile, head coach, and they're going to win a bunch of games. I don't know if it's eight or nine games once again. But by the time they get to Clemson, they should be beating teams that they have a clear that they're even even talent wise with because the continuity in Columbia is ahead of many, many places on their schedule. If I call Jake Bentley a poor man's Alex Hornibrook with that, be fair. I don't have as interception numbers when he threw those numbers. He he really did. I think he struggled down the stretch last season here the numbers. Jake Bentley twenty seven hundred yards passing eighteen touchdowns twelve interceptions okay. Alex Hornibrook twenty six hundred yards. Twenty five touchdowns and fifteen interceptions all right. Yeah, I don't. I think Jake Bentley probably has a better arm and I think Alex Honey brook probably has a better situation around him. Yeah, but curious to see what the new look offense, how they use deebo who was as significant and purpose weapon as we've had in the SEC east in recent years. So that's great. And I am. I'm pretty optimistic with South Carolina. I think they can win eight plus eight plus if you look at their schedule, I've got it. Sure. Losses. I've got follows. Yes. Clemson, Georgia. Okay, that's that's all I really see. And they get Georgia at home week two with an evolving changing Georgia's situation. So good about it, but they help George, I think ten points, George average like thirty four game last year in the held twenty four. So recent defensive success against the dogs I am. I am saying South Carolina can come within. I don't know six points if they don't get to nine wins, they're going to be right there. Okay. I mean, I could see that case being made. I am instantly intrigued by South Carolina. I care about South Carolina because of that game at home against Georgia on September the eighth. Sure. I agree with you that it's most probably a loss Georgia's loaded, but couldn't you just like, see that being super defensive and deebo Samuel breaks play to keep it interesting late in the game. I could totally see that hap- -solutely. No, the place is going to be the williams-brice is going to be electric, and I do not into. Bait, a thirty, five to seven, Georgia win at all. The home team has fared very well in that series. Again, I think to wins, but you could at least envision a scenario in which the games a lot of fun to watch and going back to what I said at the top this is will must champs best team since get into South Carolina. Are we in agreement on that front? Yeah, I don't know exactly what that means, but I think that's right. I think it's his best team. I think this is his best cast of characters since getting there. So that in and of itself makes an interesting. It makes me care. The game against Georgia. Very early on should be a lot of fun. And there are fun. Playmakers Jake Bentley, I kinda threw him under the bus, but if he can take a step forward and be more careful with the football can be more accurate, they've got a good running back. They've got an exciting wide receiver that that's generally all I need to care. Plus they play in the SEC. Who knows my early concern is probably secondary, but outside of Jake from. And drew lock. I don't know how much that matters they used. Okay. Well, let's go to drew lock then. Okay. Let's talk about Mizzou. Went seven, five year ago. And let's talk about that campaign. Shall we? Let's I'm ready. I was..
"makara" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Exposed to those infectious diseases during childhood which everybody wants to happen anyway yes of course that's something that is desirable but at the same time there are trade offs with having high testosterone levels if you look at different populations of men people who live in industrial sized very clean environments poor exposed to infectious diseases we know that these populations have among the highest levels of testosterone of anyone in the world and it may actually be from an evolutionary standpoint that this is unprecedented and unusual and possibly explains why humans nowadays at much higher risk for certain cancers prostate cancer or enlarge prostate something like benign prostatic hyperplasia those conditions we believe are related to having higher testosterone levels so there's some good aspects to this and some bad aspects to professor jillian bentley though with lessons for doctors to consider not just ethnicity but the environment weather patients grew up when it comes to the risk of getting different diseases and speaking of diseases in recent weeks health officials have been working hard to bring the latest abo outbreak in the democratic republic of congo on the control there have been so far sixty cases twenty eight of them fatal although authorities say the outbreak is now under control abo is one of a series of previously unknown diseases of include saws and zeka that have recently appeared without warning and have devastated communities having jumped from animal populations to humans but a group of scientists believe they have a solution bbc science reporter bobby makara has been looking into this while the gopal vira in project is aiming to find the kohl's is a fatal new diseases before people even become ill and how they're going to do the scientists will genetically categorise viruses founding wild animals so they'll be pinpointing viruses that the greatest risk of infecting humans so subsequently vaccines can be pre.
"makara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nia from me kept me awake we're going to be accused in courts leading kids ashtray it never really professor nelson seven campbell is the former principal of the college of health sciences of makara university he's supervising allen and daniels work on the informed health choices project and is something of a rockstar in scientific circles researches in uganda and specifically mccarey university are the full front of randomized testing programs to measure the efficacy of hiv tree it was dr seven cambo who pioneered this work as the aids epidemic started to ravage the local population back when the sickness was still referred to as the slimming disease when the aids epidemic struck this country in the eighties it's tied in one of the rural districts in western uganda one of the things we're struggling with is how can we prevent this disease from spreading and so we needed a randomized control study did you randomize communities or individuals randomized communities so it's like the informed health choices project randomized schools the connection is more than coincidental daniel semakula is a qualified medical doctor who worked on some of nelson seven combos later trials and it was daniel's work with his own hiv patients which convinced him not only of the need for young people to have good critical thinking skills but if the rigorous scientific measurements that would be vital in order to prove these skills could be taught sometimes when you give a diagnosis of hiv and you wanted to set someone treatment they'll say you know i can't sit on treatment now but my aunt my grandfather and for those consultations sometimes people would be whisked away into care that is not as victory was you know it and we quickly realized that you know people were using interventions that are not to be effective and tamil fan welsh any time one of the many complicated elements of this project was working are to slot these lessons into an already crowded curriculum the answer involved creating a new teaching tool this entailed a bit of trial and error would settled with classic for example conflict of interest and would say how should we teach children of this level to understand this.
"makara" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The value of the player and right now a team as cobra cash and look to get delon pretentious at their price not the yankees price and i think that would be a mistake is i think he is a one one of the more talented relievers in all a major league baseball and as makara was talking about a if the anc user tela chad green and other relievers all specifically green uh that you might be used in the starting rotation then why on god's green earth would you ever pay alan potential now maybe their minds said this exchange with potential is here a little bit and hopefully it has but it's going to be a fascinating offseason for the yankees where you look at show a otani once he gets past this little bit a hit with the players sociation the posting when he comes here to major league baseball if he ends up in a yankee uniform and is he has good as advertised and now the other guys down on the farm system as they start to matriculate their way up chants adams justice sheffield clint frazier you've already gumma taste flavor raise miguel aimed to har mean the yankees have got a lot of guys even with the trades made last year in peril blake rutherford or a matteo jay kim and justin fowler they still have a lot of guys in the yankees one of the top deformed systems and all major league baseball were approach of to fifty three militias for the eu 877buydell free three seven sixty six sixty six come back tunnel nixon continue.
"makara" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Battle in weighed it's ridiculous 300 zaki right the primed everything is very overrated as a very good point speaking of prime time teach raiders to night wouldn't that be looking for from your sniffle but in the already hollywood of cheese going to talk to cheats down a little bit the the big thing with the raiders is like derek feels like derek rushed back from the back injury i am generally someone who thinks they're a car is an effective quarterback and probably the ball of average quarterback i'd never really got the top forty fog and all that light but when you're coming off a back injury like we've tony role in the boot right now and reason he's in the book because he played with the bat back and is but backup worse so that's my concern makara and his act she's gonna be impacted what depicting is he's playing his second game in four days like he when you're healthy that's not a good idea so if cars back is going to be an issue if it's going to be stay if he's going to be trying to loosen up for half the game achieves probably of an easy victory but the dealer big kind of an maybe it's more of a fan see thing but america hooper's involvement in the offense isn't there i saw i think was feel the aids tweeted out something earlier today where cooper hasn't at a reception of over nine yards in the last month which is the crazy thing for a guy who's that talent even considering each emmanuel played half a game or game and a half whatever it is he just to talented to be limited and that have such little impact on games the browns us was his team in the notre job it would lay you actually have to do this next you have to break down that film nana lazy kevin oh this is the key this is easy i i'm a veteran at this at the sage so you watch the brown blotches about teams while the reds on his on sunday on a have something to get your sure today's you don't have to go back true at all but kevin hogan might have had the worst performance i've ever seen from any scott there's a lot riding fitzpatrick could brock osweiler in great detail he literally control the ball it's worse than his it was like a 10yard oath roche from the nearsighted the fields.
"makara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Do all that and that a lot of that is involved in lies to because by and large you know they don't care about the situation with regard to people of color in this country they don't care about the situation with the guard people who are you know we're not straight white men in this country i mean they they they they care all ultimately only about the economics and so yeah sure if you wanna have legalised pot that's fine you know libertarians like that his it's in and it doesn't hurt any billionaires and in fact they might even get rich so any of great third stool earth third leg for the stool suv thank you for that um just in case you missed it by the way you know the republicans constantly say uh obamacare was passed by reconciliation it wasn't it actually got a super majority in the senate um they say oh bob makara was rammed down our throats with no hearings uh that's a lie there were over seventy public hearings about obamacare uh they say republicans had no input that's a lie there were numerous republican amendments that were accepted including one this at that all members of congress have to be on obamacare um you know another republican lie um they say that it was written in secret in you know behind closed doors it wasn't it was written right out in public out in the open can through the committee process obamacare was but this republican deal is all the things that they lied about the democratic deal so they're getting caught in their lies but anyhow they they finally held one hearing on this the republicans yesterday and you know how many members of the public they allowed to sit and listen to that one hearing that they held three of these guys were dressed like lobbyists you know classic lobbyist uniform according to more than one observer and the remaining to look like just kind of average people that's right the remaining to bail at five people watch the hearing and they had to keep a lot of reporters out oh you know the room is just too small there were all kinds of great big rooms in this in the in the.
"makara" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The layout of this is all unfolded at concerts and you're seeing people just went streaming from there but can you tell us what we know that when shots began to rain out and what that scene was like what was seen was was very very scary i mean like i said i didn't hear the shots personally added see the shots but i was blocks away and i'm talking hundreds of people running away from mandalay bay just as far away as they possibly could people crying people borrowing the result of some people falling their knees and still just trying to get back up and just leave the scene and we were actually we were going back to the hotel from get her and we were probably 3 minutes away from the hotel everything was so blocked off and they were trying to reports all the traffic all the footwork all the cars just as far away as possible and just keep everybody away from the it took thirty five minutes to get back with a hotel um so from my vantage point all the traffic directed away like i said earlier to the flights that are coming in the makara airport here in vegas have been diverted place landing in phoenix then in sironi big cities we're not letting anybody end of the hotels and there's no gambling right now so the theme like i said earlier and lots of very very frankly people here on the strip sam i was going to say every all traffic being diverted away from the scene but i'm sure there were people who are looking for car ars looking for people that could take them away and and then i'm a it sounds like there were none to be found at least the people were were being sent away from that scene well you bring the point of about people trying to get an uber is intact you did all that once they realise with attacked you to numbers were paying gin and could move because the.
"makara" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Gotta do all bad and that a lot of that is involved in lies to because by and large they don't care about the situation with regard to people of color in this country they don't care about the situation with the guard people who are you know we're not straight white men in this country i mean they they they they care ultimately only about the economics and so yeah sure if you wanna have legalised pot that's fine libertarians like that his it's it doesn't hurt any billionaires and in fact they might even get rich so any of great third stool or third leg for the stool suv thank you for that um just in case you missed it by the way in other republicans constantly say uh obamacare was passed by reconciliation at wasn't it actually got a super majority in the senate um they say oba makara was rammed down our throats with no hearings uh that's a lie there were over seventy public hearings about obamacare uh they say republicans had no input that's a lie there were numerous republican amendments that were accepted including one this so that all members of congress have to be on obamacare um you know another republican lie uh they say that it was written in secret in you know behind closed doors it wasn't it was written right out in public out in the open through the committee process obamacare was but this republican deal is all the things that they lied about the democratic deal so they're getting claude in their lies but anyhow they they finally held one aaron on this the republicans yesterday and you know how many members of the public they allowed to sit and listen to that one hearing that they held three of these guys were dressed like lobbyists you know classic lobbyist uniform according to more than one observer and the remaining to look like just kind of average people as right the remaining to bail at five people watch the hearing and they had to keep a lot of reporters out all you know the room is just too small there were all kinds of great big rooms in this in the in the.
"makara" Discussed on WLOB
"Number one person it's it's a male okay and he his number is seventy nine million oh my god thousand seventeen and it goes without cnn's the an actor he's not tucker well i mean not not really an actor steven spielberg no you're not on under this is this is tvs highest paid stars well okay i'll i'll i'll say television thyroid how i'm going to say with ryan seacrest soka that's a good guess he's number five at fifty eight million she steve harvey steve harvey is a great gas he is number ten forty two point five million all my combining each one yeah you said one more gas ivanov woman who does judge leonidas john already yes she's on their number seven at forty seven miller who's number one number one is doctor phil mcgraw yet the higher naiding oprah how you made me are no savanur nine bill and number two is allen degeneracy itself and she's gray and numbers ari fills jerry seinfeld at sixty nine million while isn't that ridiculous unbelievable while when the ron phillips guys you know what i think what was doing all that ride home vykov let's do a television show volley with three six with he nobody before oprah in armored that over and i thought it for he probably thinks he was selfexile we didn't know who he was before there well why wow congratulations dr filled you need an intern occupying our two birther and i will thanks lisa walter i will last time for the end listening to the martin and lewis show with special guest fred mcmurry let's go back and to an end the conclusion right now my firm at makara reading is really paid off your it's not like appears to be in the old days when we are the driver cattle thousands of miles to are we all agree deliver to the people who built the railroad across this country of red brick and thank him in person but we can thank them for this asked the start vaca martin jerry lewis fred mcmurry in a regular saga the king's eyes man who built the first regular railroad across our kings eyes caught them it's the story of regular cattlemen who welcomed the king sized railroad very very side indians orlando hard and unhappy life entitled black feet why are you blew.