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"meller" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

08:04 min | 4 months ago

"meller" Discussed on How I Built It

"Putting virtual in hybrid of other easier and i can't stress this one enough. Let me tell you. I have tried to roll my own. Webinar software. my own livestream event software and it is difficult and i have twenty years experience making websites. The events calendar is the tool the you need to make virtual events a lot easier you can even sell tickets and only show the stream to ticket holders if you run events whether in person or online you need the events calendar head on over to how i built dot it slash events to learn more. That's how i built dot it slash events to start running your events more efficiently today. Thanks so much to the events calendar for supporting the show and now let's get back to it. It is important to highlight That certain people are afforded certain opportunities More than others. But i still in twenty twenty one. I'm a firm believer in the american dream. And i know that there are a lot of people who are still able to pull themselves up by their bootstraps and And and do things in a way to to bring a better Put themselves in a better situation And the with the government like handing out money right now If if it's a little extra money. That maybe i'm not a financial adviser but you know if it's if it's extra money that maybe you can put aside invest in yourself a little bit and put that money towards having an mvp developed or something like that. Yeah you know. Everybody's situation is a little bit different than you know. There's maslow's hierarchy of needs. And you gotta take your essentials before you can really start thinking about these things you know. I don't wanna get into whole social economic situation of our country right now but the reality is that when you have a lot of money i know this from experience you know graduated from college and not having a lot of money it weighs on you mentally and you suddenly just like a simple trip to the grocery store where today can fly into the grocery store now. I don't even go. I just order online and they delivered to me. But when i when you know before like last year i go in. I really wouldn't be looking too hard at the prices. Because i didn't have to but when you're on a really tight budget suddenly something as simple as ghosts comes very exhausting. Because you have to do all this math. Oh is checking bounce. Because if i got this extra thing and it can add up over time so you know while i i'm hoping that the relief From nineteen. I think helps folks. You know i. I think it has a chilling effect. Maybe all those things anxious thoughts maybe people can start thinking about higher order activities like career and building things and things like that. That's what the that aid can sometimes help with. And my people see them that way. That's a much better than i made. Listen to jason. Awesome well We we covered a lot of ground here. Cyber security How things are built starting assassin socioeconomic conditions of before we wrap up. I do need to ask you my favorite question which is do you have any trade secrets for us. Yes so i gave it away earlier. I would save that for the trait secret but again taking stock into how things change over time and then understanding where the opportunity is generated. I just talked about how that was the case collide with this pandemic can people really starting to wake up from the work from home situation. But there's things that happened all the time and they don't have to these monumental society ships sometimes. It's more like a slow burn. A sometimes their political. Sometimes it's something that's in the news but things change all the time and we sometimes take for granted that all the things that we're doing state are going to be the things that we do forever but it was just twenty years ago that we're driving a blockbuster and renting movies that way and and like everything's changed if you really think about it and it's very important to kind of pinpoint those moments where it tips just a little bit too much. Where suddenly something that made a lot of sense that everybody wanted to. It doesn't make any sense anymore and nobody wants to do it. And that's where you need to seize that opportunity and see that moment before anyone else does. And then hyper focus on building. Something that solves a problem and it's very important not to think about that academically. You wanna think about it from your own experience because if you're feeling that pain others are feeling it as well and you're solving a real problem versus like i think this is a problem. I'm just gonna take a guess. That second best thing you do is talk to people even better than that as you. Just have so much empathy for the problem because you are facing it. Those are the best places to start and you could save a lot of time in shortcut a lot of market research if you know the promise on because it's one that you have so that's a trade secret is picked the problems that suit you because you're not gonna have a lot of time to like meet thousands of people that experiences problem in come up to speed and do in the build the whole thing yourself solve problems you're familiar with in you understand because then you can get on podcast like this passionately. Talk about them without having to like do a ton of research we weren't because they're part of you so that's my My trade secret is solve that you have and you can build businesses on top of that if you do well enough. I love that I feel like you read the blog post. I published a couple of weeks ago. Where i i basically say that. It's called like what what baby clothes can teach you about your business or something like that. basically how we have these baby clothes that must have been designed by a parent. Because they're it's they're so easy right. It's like the if i in the pre show. I don't know if you wanna make this public or not. Yeah so the pre show we were talking about how you have a new. You're a new parent a eight month old baby girl. I have an eight month old son. A man that smile on your face now that nobody can see me as just like the pure joy that a kid brings you Right before they throw up all over you and So you've probably been awake in the middle of the night trying to change your kid and these pajamas. This is tangent Are these were like they have a reverse zipper on them. So that use it up to unzip them i they must have been designed by a parent right because like the snap on ones are definitely just designed by some random person who's never touched a kid before but the reverse zipper ones. This person understood the problem. The way that jason telling you to understand and solve problems so bringing it back jason. This has been such a great conversation If people wanna learn more about you where can they go. Yeah so. I mentioned this earlier in the podcast. But if there's one thing that you want to look into about as i want you to read on a security and you can find out just by going to honest dot security that's the whole you are. If you wanna learn a little bit more about collide visit us on the web at ko l. i. d. e. dot com collide with a k. And if you wanna follow me on twitter you can hit me up at j. miller j. m. e. l. l. The are awesome has been absolutely fantastic. Stick around for build something more. We're we're gonna talk about cybersecurity. Maybe clubhouse and java script tools. There's a lot that we could cover honestly For all the show notes as wells linked to the club you can go over to how i built dot it slash two one eight. Thanks so much to our sponsors techs expand restrict content pro and the events calendar and jason. Thanks so much for your time. I really appreciate it and until next time. Get out there and something..

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"meller" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"meller" Discussed on How I Built It

"Your current sas collide is focused on cybersecurity or data security in some way right. Yeah we actually call it honest security so a big thing that i wanted to tackle when we started collide was i just felt that the current security ensure was really almost sick in the sense that we as engineers and people who work for large organizations. We'd start at these companies and then we are provision these laptops or sometimes even allowed to bring her own and all the cybersecurity shoppers sort of foisted onto that laptop and now that we're working from home and everything it just felt weird to me that the software which you can open up you know programs can really understand what your web browser history is and all these things in the name of security it just felt like to me that We really need to explore the privacy and the rules of engagement for how the security team should really be interacting with end users and users in the security and don't really have a really good relationship. Most companies even really tackle organizations. The people who are building stuff fuel really frustrated by the limitations imposed by screaming at these laptops. They're super lockdown. Oh i can't get like working it. Because i firewall is messed up and oh i can't even play with the firewall because all the options are great out. This is pretty typical slowing out there. That was really thinking about this. So i wanted to build a security product. That really focused on making that relationship between the security team any end users a lot better and actually putting them on the same page on a lot of different cyber security issues like keeping their computer up to date and working properly without having a lock out so while you know cybersecurity. Endpoint security are accused. Technical topics are application is actually really simple. It's actually A web app and it also is a slap so we work with companies that use slack and we use An application that we built and we we serve from the slack app store and we actually worked together with them to build this experience where you can actually work with the security team in collaborate on all the issues that you have in your device like the firewall being offer you're missing patches

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Why Now is a Good Time to Build a SaaS with Jason Meller

How I Built It

02:20 min | 4 months ago

Why Now is a Good Time to Build a SaaS with Jason Meller

"Your current sas collide is focused on cybersecurity or data security in some way right. Yeah we actually call it honest security so a big thing that i wanted to tackle when we started collide was i just felt that the current security ensure was really almost sick in the sense that we as engineers and people who work for large organizations. We'd start at these companies and then we are provision these laptops or sometimes even allowed to bring her own and all the cybersecurity shoppers sort of foisted onto that laptop and now that we're working from home and everything it just felt weird to me that the software which you can open up you know programs can really understand what your web browser history is and all these things in the name of security it just felt like to me that We really need to explore the privacy and the rules of engagement for how the security team should really be interacting with end users and users in the security and don't really have a really good relationship. Most companies even really tackle organizations. The people who are building stuff fuel really frustrated by the limitations imposed by screaming at these laptops. They're super lockdown. Oh i can't get like working it. Because i firewall is messed up and oh i can't even play with the firewall because all the options are great out. This is pretty typical slowing out there. That was really thinking about this. So i wanted to build a security product. That really focused on making that relationship between the security team any end users a lot better and actually putting them on the same page on a lot of different cyber security issues like keeping their computer up to date and working properly without having a lock out so while you know cybersecurity. Endpoint security are accused. Technical topics are application is actually really simple. It's actually A web app and it also is a slap so we work with companies that use slack and we use An application that we built and we we serve from the slack app store and we actually worked together with them to build this experience where you can actually work with the security team in collaborate on all the issues that you have in your device like the firewall being offer you're missing patches

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"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Part of me is happy. And do you any of you care that? One. Yeah. Went to yeah, I'm going to echo, the don't care. He is the Levi's the number twenty one prospect in the ESPN one hundred class of two thousand nineteen says he's going to be the number one overall pick after, you know, Josh football has announced his retirement and a few hours later announce that he will join ESPN as an analyst, how great is this contest. He's when he has been on ESPN. He's done a very good job. But will have a weekly interviews with Josh mccown during the football season and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Soviet show. Yes. How about some baseball news few Meller do surprise at Todd Frazier was sent down to the minors. He was he's actually been hitting well of late to which, I mean, the fact that he was on the roster. And now they choose to send him down to the money. Gift down on the farm. How great would that be sent him something sending a care package? And how about the Padres and Rockies set a major league record combining for ninety two runs in a four game series. Crazy games. Crazy game not surprising that happened. Course field. The comebacks were epic. Chris camp get a really good tweet. I'm looking for that right now. Like what char? You're a big Charlie Blackmon fan. I'm always been a very big Charlie Blackmon fan. I believe I saw that. He his average rose thirty points in the series from three hundred thirty six Chris camp ca sums up in a four-game series in the middle of June. So it's, it's hard to fluctuate. Number of at bats. He went from three oh, five to three thirty six his unbased went from three sixty one to three eighty five and a slug went from five eighty two to six.

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"meller" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Improving the experience for patients, and physicians like these things are critical as we look to improve outcomes. In our space in two thousand eighteen Naveh Mayes was chosen to participate in the New York City, economic Development Corporation health IT accelerator the plug in play Cleveland Clinic accelerator and studio health box program in Chicago. She's done outstanding job in this space to help improve outcomes for many and I'm excited to dive into her work as well as some of the. Results that they've had in their experience. So true pleasure to have you here. Dr. Thanks for joining us. Thank you. My pleasure. Absolutely. It's a great that you're here. Now that I leave anything out in the intro that you wanna share with listeners. I thank you God most of it in there. I've been practicing position for twenty years. So dating myself, but really the inspiration for Naveh Mayes came from my first hand experience engaging with patients and having this, you know, sort of paint point myself, and so the inspiration to solve this problem really came from my own real life experience so really kind of near and dear to my heart to get this problem solved. Absolutely important problem that you guys are working on. So let's dive in what is it that got you started on this? So as I said of impractical for a long time and always ran behind schedule my practice, I would rearrange my schedule million ways a million times, no matter what I did. I always have days where I ran behind schedule. Just too many, you know, urgent visits emergencies things sort of out of my control. And I thirty can see over the. Last really the last five or six years that things are changing in medicine. So, you know, years ago patient had no choice, but to wait in your office today, they can go and schedule a telemedicine. Visit they can go down the block to a minute clinics. So there are other choices for them available. And we're starting to see sort of patients not coming in as much urgent visits and going up there. We also know that now patients if they're upset or they're kept waiting. It's visions office rather than just picking up the phone and calling one friend and complaining, they'll go online and write reviews and their studies show that actually one negative review can keep as many thirty patients away from your practice. There are a lot of reasons today, why physicians really have to be cognizant of fixing the way time problem. Wait time built the plans patience his faction which linked to reimbursement. So we can all this sort of new in healthcare. And so I think the decisions and helps them just starting to wake up to the idea that we really need to start thinking about how we're going to solve this problem. It's one of. The biggest patient complaints. Couple years, though, went back to school and was sitting my MBA. And when I was going to get around and one day, you know, looking at my phone seeing this Uber on my phone right in front of me. Even though the physical car wasn't right there. And I thought you know, I know that this Ober. Yeah. I was like, I know it's happening. It's it's Uber. That's that blocks away. Why can't patients know what's happening in my waiting room before they head to my waiting grow..

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"meller" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Lots of places Birt's Harrison Crosby, completing ahead of Miller. Mason Johnson out and top ten so far, but passing place the women joining so far the moment. Eddie shea uncharacteristically quiet in the first race of the day. Yeah. Just looking further afield fantastic start from hottest in Crosby from thirteenth on the grid. All the way up to eighth also for joining garnish started in sports as on bay on bake number fifty seven and joining Garner's as in twelve place. So we've got bake number fifty two Evan Belford. First possession. James Cook is trying to chase them Dana bash gap. It's starting the front of the field between Evan Belford and James kick who have gapped the battle for third possession. So we have got Delon Meller and the race was supposed to start from sex possession on the grads. But he started from the bags. He's at the bottom of the greens at the moment. But he as on the circuit, which is fantastic years done. Fantastic. News to have them back out. Evan bell fit is won't point one seconds ahead of James Cook. Now, so a big difference competitive as in the first part of this race when it was a bit like coconut bustle Eddie say, though, really is the coke in the bus at the moment. Under a cipher mine Hitchcock into the final coroner's, right? Let flicking the pike through getting great sexy. Coming out to the final corner side by side into turn one. Make some move into fourth place into the place. Now is ROY in Hitchcock kinda manual Brinton attack on the returnees no dog just an attack today? He's got into fan from paintings Campbell third full fifth and sixth only one long line of bikes onto.

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"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With a sign that says aren't the big, Dave. Going back to twenty fifteen here four years ago referencing. Can I get a naked seventy five year old guy going into a spun having strange things going on in their music? Can you dance music where where's currently where's the voting where where we at with our voting? This is the poll, I've got two polls. Read you the story up. They first Florida judges temporarily stopped the public release of the Robert Kraft video race to on Wednesday horse. Right, right. Florida judge stay Tipper. That's today. Temporary blocked the public release of surveillance video that Sylvia's? Actually, he is devastated that allegedly shows patriots on a Robert Kraft paying for sex today. Spot. A hearing on the matter has been set for one thirty pm eastern time, April twenty ninth in Palm Beach court. Oh, so now we've got a couple of weeks. How will you ever deal with the suspense? I'll tell you do feel going so slow we make a countdown. You know what? My bet is Meller can send you to a site on the web where you can find a seventy five year old man may stop and right Meller kind of feels like the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl at the end -ticipant. Eric once again, ladies good, Eric you're on your game today. Now, the tweeted out the poll question, huge debate in the Waddle and Silvy pre show fistfight, would you watch the Robert Kraft video if a pop up on your time line, so we're not asking you. If you're going to seek it out. Sports news lightning or tweeting me apologizing for what is the odds that you're gonna have to seek it out. Because you always are on your Twitter is like this bails you out from having to go see because the likelihood that your faces and buried in your phone. Yeah. I said phone following Twitter. Fourteen of the twenty four hours in a day is very it's very likely so ride in the show, of course, I'll research same here. But. I let you off the hook that. That means you don't have to admit you saw it at out back in the day. What if you didn't have Twitter, would you have sought it out? Like did look at the Greg Oden. I know you have audio of that. So fifty one percent say sure what the hack forty nine percents. They know things out pass. I can't I'm trying to figure out where is the curiosity now. Well, that's the point. It's not curious the if it pops up on your time line there. You out daily new. I said it earlier it's like when you're driving on the expressway..

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How to Use Facts to Beat Beliefs

Curiosity Daily

02:14 min | 2 years ago

How to Use Facts to Beat Beliefs

"We want to wrap up by talking about cognitive bias called the backfire effect. It basically says that when you hear a fact that contradicts. What you believe it actually makes your belief stronger. We've mentioned it on this podcast before. But new research has found a possible way to get around it, and it's especially relevant when you're talking about something like vaccines, which like Paul just said can be a sensitive subject, the backfire effects happens because your mind is protecting you from the pain of being wrong. It's a state of inconsistency that psychologists call cognitive dissonance. We tend to frame new information in a way that agrees with whatever we already believe the backfire effect is one of the reasons why last week. Our guest Jasri state said you can't just communicate facts. There's some good news though. Thanks research from the Oxford University press their findings seem to indicate that. Yeah. Most people are not willing to drop lifelong beliefs at the first appearance of contrary fact, but the trustworthiness of the source, and the facts realistic implications make a significant difference. Likewise review of the research by the UK nonprofit full fact found that a lot of the studies that have found evidence of the backfire effect founded the most often with contentious topics and ambiguous claims. So this isn't an unavoidable phenomenon according to professors, Philip deadlock, and Barbara Meller 's the most important factor for sidestepping cognitive bias is an outside view. When facts come from a source that is dispassionate, trustworthy and external they're more likely to inspire curiosity, which is the first step towards gaining real knowledge. That's why a media organizations credibility is fun. Demento importance. If you don't trust curiosity dot com. And we tell you a fact than you are far more primes to dismiss that fact as propaganda or fake news. That's also why when we talk about something like vaccines, we call in the big guns and help you hear straight from an expert because it's the kind of topic. You don't want to leave any doubt about. So keep your sources in mind. The next time you send a link to your friend or family member to try to convince them of something and to get over the backfire effect yourself just try to be aware of your own biases and keep an open mind whenever you

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The Opioid Crisis

Joey Hudson

04:43 min | 2 years ago

The Opioid Crisis

"Kim Miller came to Greenville in the fall of two thousand and fourteen to become Greenville's twenty-six police chief he came via Charlotte Mecklenburg in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is really known for community policing. He believes that the community should be Imbaba. He was quoted in the Greenwood news that first week on the job is saying my role in managing the police department is making sure we're meeting the needs of the community were part of a community not apart from them. And chief welcome in your truly. I believe that you blew that believe that that your men and women need to be out on the streets and becoming a part of the community in which they serve it will. Thank you Joey for having me on your program. I I do believe that. And I believe also that the safest communities are the ones where police and community are working together to ensure that everybody is safe that we're all taking our part in ensuring that we're not gonna be victimized. And that our neighbors won't be victimized. So working you have to work in collaboration with the community and an number of service providers and businesses throughout our community do that. I'm glad to say in the coming weeks. We're going to be visited by the teeth. We're calling it. We're gonna call it a minute with Miller. But then we realized that there's not a such thing as just a minute with Miller. It's going to be minutes with a Meller because we we have lots to talk about chief. And we we got a little intro here for you. I'm police chief can. You'll be checking in weekly with chief Miller. So let's just jump in here. Like so many areas. One of the things that we're seeing here in the upstate and, unfortunately, it's one of the things at the upstate lease estate in as I understand is the impact of Opio at the opioid crisis. We hear a lot about this. But give us a thirty thousand foot view of what the opioid crisis looks like here in in Greenville. And what that means. Yeah. So Jerry, we we struggle between our county and the coastal counties with with the opioid crisis mostly for South Carolina and here in the upstate. We have a dubious distinction of actually having the most opiate overdose reversals in the state. We are the most populous county, and we have the most reversals and not the highest overdose fatal rate or. Metality rate for the state because we are quipped EMS fire personnel and police and sheriff's personnel are quipped with a life saving drug naloxone. And so we've administered that seven hundred ten times actually, more than seven hundred ten times between the three first responders to to really reverse the effects and safe people. And we have in fact, saved many many people from from dying from overdose here in in Greenville county now that seven hundred plus over what period of time is that's just that's just twenty eighteen while. Yeah. Well, his twenty eighteen when you look at this and just at the national level in two thousand sixteen there were sixty two thousand four hundred ninety seven fatal overdose related to opioids heroin and fennel and largely fennel in two thousand seventeen that increased to seventy thousand two hundred thirty seven so we're still on the upswing with his. Pedantic? And if you put that in comparison anything put it an all Vietnam, they were fifty eight thousand two hundred twenty casualties. And so in two years alone. We've more than doubled. The casualty rate the ten plus years of Vietnam war. So so what what's the answer? So there are you know, there are a lot of there are a lot of things we can do. But I will tell you that we need to change behavior. And that behavior begins from the far pharmaceutical companies through our physicians that are prescribing how we manage prescriptions, but we have to focus and this what we do in policing. When we look at problems that are affecting our community. We we look at prevention intervention and enforcement a lot of folks, you know, enforcement is kind of our lane, but we find ourselves in in into the prevention and intervention partnerships because they're so important to to our communities because if all we do is enforcement, we basically criminalize most behavior and and criminalize our

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"meller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Three one lightning. South of be just outside the lightning blue line. Making a change. They gotta get going. Again. It seems to me there's a little momentum going for Washington right now Afghan at five on three Miller wins the neutral zone face suffer Meller Coburn and his own end short feed for Polat office. Stick comes back to you on route and aligning. It makes it off the far board stamp goes. Let's go out to center ice for J T Miller Miller tied up gobs, retrieve it Connolly collie. Dobson at good. Stick Rueda knocks it away for stamkos he'll spin for plot. Drops it off Colbert who scoops it and see if the lightning can get a little pressure in the offensive zone going Kennedy. Turns it over here is Miller, right circle. Polat off his stick John Carlson bus out to center right and Connolly into the lightning zone, right circle. Carl Haglund right point Carlson. He has the cops goal tonight. A little shot it over the net by Eller long rebounded stamp goes all punch out to Miller etcetera. Instaflex, it lightning wanna get a change year Carlson. Trying to take advantage. Quick catalogs Eller of the middle crossed the Connelly right circle. Connolly open. Connolly is. Now checked keeps it moving to the center point. Nick Jensen jets into the right circle a little feed, right circle. Eller? Centerpoint Connolly left point or pick keeps in moving as he cheeses into the left corner. Or pick out a Senate seat is stolen away from the slot area by. Sweeps it down the ice. Terrible pass. So Jetsons going to regroup in front of the cops death. The two are still stuck out there for the lightning long change in the second over three hundred minutes. Gotta the second three one lightning Jensen left wing or pick to settle rice. And boy deflects it in no icing plots. Also stuck out there. He does get the puck though, Andy flips it back to the Washington, and this is not going to be an icing and lightning got a couple more guys off the ice. Here's Andre Berkovski tossing it at the left side for Stevenson across the blind. Check by Chernick well on job and the puck rabbi mcdonagh by the lightning that puts it up near boards. It's right point Shawwa. Right. Why didn't get it out for cost? You left circle cycles it behind the lightning that Stevenson now for Boyd Boyd is Jack. But following up Stevenson, right corner, right point Niskanen. Right circle. Berkovski? Hold and shoots. Block it away by Celeski lightning. Cannot get the puck out though, hitching is Dmitri Orlov with the left circle. Eludes Paquet pocket. Pivoting in his own far corner. Looks for a little time and space, and he'll he'll out to center nicely done by cat to the red line. Dumps it in white near getting a partial change here. But three one of the second kind of back on their heels to start the second Yanni, Gordon. The offense is all keep it alive for Joseph. Stevenson takes it away. Rams it out to set. You got checked Sergeyeva steel at center ice for headman does dump it in. But the cops get it back Orlov right side feed matinees gonna to center ice rips in on vast Laskey makes us save like rabbi whose nets off left circle Senator blocked by Sara Lee. Right to headman the far side Joseph couldn't clear Helen company left point shots say by Slavsky lightning or not getting pucks out right now by the net. Kuznetsov got slashed. He kind of gave up a puck maybe try to draw penalty. And he is laboring is he goes to the bench. Lightning might have gotten away with one right there. It is dumped into the offensive zone by Joseph. Well, I gotta tell you Wilson got away with one two on headman interference. Here's candy. I told that's get at center is a pass blocked by Sara Lee drops it for lighting zone right wing Sergeyev three one the lightning lead in the second mckell Serta escape and he finally drifts to the red line and whistles it in Oshii or going to golf it out. And he does do Ovechkin easy out for the caps or we're getting a change Backstrom crossed the line right point Ovechkin shot wide, right? Rebound. Gobble up a yawn. Rueda as players up ice elite coup drop any camp knee, and they're going get kucherov for interference. Love to see the replay on this. But the cops are going to get their second power play chance. They just bumped into each other kucherov came off the bench bumped into the key kept shit.

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"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"From two to six on ESPN, Chicago, obviously, this is a different kind of gathering than we've had the past few. There's a few more off field distractions and there have been in years past but look. You never going to get around him. I mean, we're very high profile organization. Like, I said we continue drive to be the best organization at all at sports. Things aren't always going to go. Well, every single every single year every single month. We're just feels like there's a few more distractions normal this year, but hopefully by dressing as best we can and finding the positive things we can do to move forward weekend. Get everyone focused on baseball game. Cubs owner, Tom Rick is meeting the media today. His yearly chat with everyone in Mesa talking about a number of different items. Obviously we've played highlights or soundbites from from that press conference today. It's Waddle and Silvy on ESPN one thousand Sylvia's Al today here at ESPN one thousand not just this show. But the entire radio station, we extend our our our prayers and our sympathies to to Mark and his family as they've law. He lost his father this weekend, his father passed away. So behalf of everyone here Meller, and Eric and Adam Dahlan, everyone at ESPN one thousand we send our warmest thoughts in our condolences to Sylvia and his family at the passing of his father is assume he'll be back later this week. But in the meantime, obviously, he's taking care of some more important things a MARTINI Drako stepped in. And we say Hello to him. Here timing. How are you buddy? Mike condolences to Sylvie and his family as well. Just found out earlier today. Yeah, he's talked about this a little bit. The passes is not a an enormous surprises. Father had been sick for a while. But it doesn't make it any easier to deal with it does not move. So. Yes. It makes you think right back to when my dad passed away that jumps right back in your mind too. Rough rough thing it is to get them back. Yes. No doubt about it. We were talking, and we'll talk with you Mark about what was said in Emesa today by Tom Ricketts cubs owner. But also, I think that there is some sound from Kris Bryant who addressed the issue of for whatever reason this childish. I don't know. Words that kind of created. He was just making some jokes about the city of Saint Louis and Yati mobile. So I love to Molina. I love him. But he went off the deep. It was like an eighth grade thing. Oh, yeah. You to right. I guess Kris Bryant addresses earlier today. Right. Jeff. Yes. I think it was from yesterday. The sound of Chris Bryant addressing.

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"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I think Meller, and I looked at each other and was kind of like really expected more than you realize, you know, like Griffin was a hell of a player when he came into the lake. Instead insert player. Santa ain't gonna now a World War was not really critical or overly critical of the bowls. Steven Van Gundy, as we know of the van Gundy's do not like the paxon's, right? And my guest to is still has to have sources and contact with the bulls and interact with them in any, you know, some sort of way even anwr arms. I don't think van Gundy's are really interested in having any type of relationship with the bull. So they can you know, just been very critical now stands in the media now that he's not with Detroit anymore. He was on with cap today. Cap asked him the question, why don't free agents wanna play here in Chicago. Well, I mean look players I think right now, I mean, it comes down to once you get past the money. Money's obviously, the biggest thing, but when you're talking high level free agents. Everybody knows you're paying them the max beyond out. I think it's three simple. It's you know, where they to live and who they wanna play with with a with a chance to win. And obviously the teams that can offer both of those are going to be at the top of the list. The warm weather states are always going to uh. We're always going to have an advantage. You know, you wake up this morning. And you look at the temperature in Chicago. And you look at the temperature in LA, that's certainly part of it. There's no question, and then you can go play with abroad, James, or you know, you can go play with Chris done. I mean, it's you know, it's gonna be those things that are going to make the diff. Difference to people, and you know, gone are the days that somebody wants to come home and be the hero. You know? It's the last time was LeBron going back home. But he'd always already one is to championships. You're just not going to get that. Like, you're not gonna get an Anthony Davis saying, hey, bring me home and built this thing up together. That's not interesting, take and and. And it resonates with me now. We horse called it a romantic idea of having Anthony Davis, come home and save the day in many people here in Chicago have always dreamt about that as well. And by him say, he's those days are gone. Yeah. Whether you're from Chicago, you're from Cleveland, you're from wherever you want to be living over the ocean in Miami or over the ocean in Los guys feel that way. I've always felt that I've always felt that the this. And I love this town a loved dearly. I don't love the weather is much. Now's maybe it didn't bother me in the past. But for young guys who have the option or somewhat of the option to live in a warmer climate consistently. I've always felt it was a determining the exact opposite in baseball. It's why Chicago is such a big destination for free agents in visiting players who come here, they always vote Chicago the best city because the weather's good here because it's the best summer city. And it's Hoppy, and you know, what else when I told her comes around in your eliminated from the playoffs. You get to go home. You don't have to live here from October, Intel April, and that's why people in baseball view. Chicago is such a big desk. It sucks that. That's the reality is the reality that weather wouldn't be high on the list of desk for where you wanna go. I I've always felt especially for young adults. It's it is something. That's here's Van Gundy. Being very critical though, the bulls for an office is a bad setup for Jim that's a bad setup for coaches in Chicago, quite honestly, I mean, you know, that they had their conflicts over the years with Tom bell, even though he was winning. Now, they fired a guy who was in Trump. Typically was having great success. They chose Fred Fred did a good job. And then they wanted to rebuild. So they had a tough year last year, and then they quit on him. And now they're going to gym. And if things don't get better, I I would bet on taxing inform and simply offering Jim Boylan as their next excuse. There you go, and there there is a lot more detail, but trippy. Told them like you always have to take a little bit a grain of salt is that the van Gundy's have always been critical of this front off one or the other underlying things that has me perplexed as well, as we know that the van Gundy's have been close with tips for a long, right, right? I still don't know how to pronounce his last name. Calls him typical that's out forever, though. He he was referred to his tibidot. I think tremendous his name is right. We can keep calling her lacquer earn locker if you want or we can get it by the rights. You know, we can get the right pronunciation, they'd be like, you not knowing how to pronounce my name with DAL, whatever, that's my point. I if you want to weigh in on some of the bulls stuff three one two three three two three seven seven six. I'll tell you this the start of marching Greco when Marquis walks in here. I'm gonna ask you for the fact that the day, so we'll do that in about ten or eleven minutes in all be your chance to win one hundred dollars from Portillo's this hour brought to you by Finnity xfinity has the largest gig speed network serving more homes than anyone else. Call click or visit an extended Easter today to experience all has often. Did you hear what Wade Phillips said? And how he's going to play against Tom Brady what's going to give him the unfair advantage. Did you hear this? I have not heard this. I will tell you coming up next with Marquis Twaddell. Sylvie on ESPN one thousand..

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"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All the things that we went over yesterday. There were missteps throughout the whole time the offense not being able to score enough points. The is that the defense had that were uncaring characteristic from this team. I remember saying to you if they lose this game. It's going to be the biggest reason is going to be. And maybe obviously the park field goal. Miss is going to be there. But I remember saying to you if they lose it's gonna be because this dominant defense does not display their dominance for some strange reason. I think that was only partially because the kicker missed the kick. But I I'm with you. I'm still to this point. I'm so mixed. There is so much that what was I I felt wanting more on offense and defense placed teams play calling and by Nagy. Yeah. I just felt like you picked the wrong day is miraculously fun. This season was picked the wrong. Date and not be sharpest in any of the phases. And when it comes to the heartbreak, you let one signature moment that like any really you ask the question yesterday, that's hitting the crossbar the post crossbar even make an I think it does. Because that was the theme I thought about that last night, and you would have been better off in some small way missed it by five feet left. It still may have made my top five he didn't double joint. But after miss hitting the post full five times going into this game and this sex thing. That's what it was. So that's number four number three is the only game on the list that my favorite team won the game. My team won the game. But it still makes the list. In in Meller. No,.

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"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"meller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Do I have for you cap is the bears and given given the points Meller, and I were just looking at Kathy's picks. What is the what are they called? What does it say crappy five no wildcard NFL and the national title kicker on his picks? He he picked the bears to win the game twenty four thirteen where is this is this a betting site? No. What's that? Talk to me, Jeff. Curtis sportsbook review. Always he tweeted the Murray your picks. Look, I would suggest other in the suntan. Yeah. But I mean, I just do it because they asked me I would never offer my picks and say these are plays. You guys does that. I wouldn't either winners I admit, I'm the best gambler in the world because I don't gamble gleaners winners winners because I know I know nothing about these games. And now they're gonna turn out. I told wattle Abdala today, but we are at the pre show fistfight in Starbucks. I said I've spun myself silly this NFL season 'cause they started out trying to bet a sharp like, affirming. Not like a public guy. And if you remember in the first month of the season all the sharps getting crushed crushed. So then all of a sudden, I changed my approach. I start petting like the public again. And then I got crushed again. And now, I just don't know what the hell I'm doing when we do like it love it a little bit later on you'll be happy to know that you're very close to Meller not because you've been doing. Well, I don't think I think just because Miller has stopped working winners. This is what Sylvie and I were talking about Jeff Meller went on the heater of all heaters in the first probably ten weeks of the season. Right. And I've been saying would you find someone like Miller or whoever else that person is and they're on a Meller type heater? He'll actually will fade you. Yeah. I think what did I say he was to an eight is last ten picks or something in that neighborhood. Sylvie back into the competition. You're right. I was like eighteen in one or something. By loves though, lately to the two point. 'cause my record is not nearly as good as maller. But I'm like only a point or two behind now because I've knocked down my best bet we kept away. I'm eleven eighteen in one. And I'm beating water by half a point. It's a it's a it's a horse race here down this. I just got video of my fifteen year old daughter driving, a car puke. Oh, boy did she ever learner's permit or she just taken out for a spin. No, she does you gotta learn somehow. Right. She pastor I took her to the DMV about a.

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"meller" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Keep It!

"There's also this conversation now where people are going to be like, Julie Chen, what's good, which I think is a little bit like the Georgina Chapman stuff. You know, do we blame this woman heard? Yes, we're being connected with a man. You know. I don't know. The difference here is I think that Julie Chen keeps releasing statements being like, I'm supporting my husband and my family, and just shar re tweeted that video right after the Janet Jackson incident where she basically went on the talk and repeated the party line about how Janet Jackson didn't apologize, knowing full while the Janet Jackson did apologize. She knew that Janet didn't apologize how her husband wanted her to. That was it's a very interesting video because it's not exactly incriminating of Julie Chen, but it's just she's playing an Angolan Janet, Jackson, it was very well. She impartial generally speaking. Anyway, she's like very difficult to kind of read and you're watching the video being like, are you pulling a stunt? You're not hates all those people in the big brother house and right pose it off very well. It's just well, the other thing is like she had. We talked about that. She had like a real. Journalistic career and I'm like, you know what wouldn't be me. She was dawdling wouldn't be me. I'm doing. I'm dodging bombs. I'm out here. I gotta go do the talk every damn day. And I let my dumb ass husband cloud, my actual achievements for being an idiot, who can't just like stop touching women wouldn't be me girl. I mean, like God bless her. That's her husband. That's her family. I, you know, I don't. I don't know. But like I don't know that it would be I. It's also. You do not wanna like speculate about like what she does or how they got together, but they got together when he she was working for CBS. So it's basically like any of those other women that he assaulted could have been his wife, right? It only worked on Julie Chen. When we're back a conversation on math Meller and Arianna 'Grande plus we're joined by Jenny Han author of to all the boys. I love before..

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Free agent Dez Bryant says he'll likely wait to sign a deal

Waddle & Silvy

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Free agent Dez Bryant says he'll likely wait to sign a deal

"To the conclusion of this? Hypothetical situation is there? A, conclusion oh this. Is real Has no longer hypothetical? Has there been a? Resolution, I don't know I haven't signed up? For vend MO Oh I don't know how to how would, you how do you chase it's. Easy here's the I and someone who has had to pay Meller for stuff before he is always of. The I've got cash right now and he'll be, like,

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"meller" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Mixergy

"What I mean by that is once Melwert or human, this are on the network there on your network and nobody can detect them today. And that's the major problem today is that everybody most organizations rely on their protective controls. All of the big wolves that they set up within the premium while the attacker that lesser has learned to fly. They fly over that will very easily there on the network. And they started for many, many months, and their job is not to get detected. So they don't use any technical tools to be detected. So whether it's male human bursaries, their reside on every company network today, and they don't even know. It's there, but because no one's telling them because they don't have a push bridge strategy because the premanent controls have filed and they could so much reliance on those controls. Once they intruder zoom wants that tackle the threat would Meller is in its size for a very long time. And so it's not surprising that reaches continue the scale up reaches the size. The number continues to grow and this is gonna continue growing for the foreseeable future at because most organizations don't have a push bridge strategy. So with elementary, build a post strategy technol- and human list on customer networks. That was the second thing that I did that that the third element of our story use case was the fact that again, coming back to the questions we asked a question headed, they get in or we started by saying heavy, been breaching the pasta months. They all said, yes, we've been breached more than once. Then we asked the question. Had they getting Helen? Were they headed? They get around. What pools did they use? Did they put any back those in what they did, they still and what have they done with your data since stealing it and categorically all Klein said, we don't have an answer to these questions we answer and those questions don't rely on logs, current security solutions. What you actually need is like a record or a memory for your network could DVR like minority report where you can go back in on and recreate the attack and watched our footsteps and had moved around on what ADA they still. So again, this post bridge for instant capabilities, but we built into elements. And as you ask me these questions, the thing that comes to mind is people don't want admit this stuff. Why are they answering your questions about this? Why are they saying to you? Yes, we have been breached when companies don't wanna admit that publicly. Well, the approach was it's interesting question. Well, we didn't a star with that question. That was one set of questions within the hundred questions are pushed to them.

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"meller" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Malicious Life

"So you have to take that into account. Now, the events in simulated world it like like multiplayer on game, the perfect opportunity to see how people act when they are fearful when they're trying to protect themselves. When a trying to even very heroic thing in that game, some people try to heal other despite the risk of their own health. Some people fled. Some people tried to stay away from concentration of ritual nations to not get infected. So this is something that we can use the power of people playing those avatars or those virtual characters, and that the Laci in their action that really difficult to simulate automatically corrupted blood isn't a male where story, even though it is in a technical sense a computer virus, and yet it does recall some of the ways in which Meller act and how respond to it. Really. You could imagine this same story with hackers behind it instead of business developers and it might not have gone all that differently. I think something that's happening today and is interesting. Is that because our similarities. Computer viruses and biological viruses that south the between volt and cyber security are starting or continuing to learn from the way the human body protect itself from these biological threat. Trying to make those and creates mechanisms in in computers that would protect against unknown threats. The way our body does so success as for the scientific side of the story. Only small pockets of video game based research have popped up in the years since two thousand and five eve online is a multiplayer game which hired its own professional columnist to oversee its in game Konami. Second life is perhaps gaming's most prominent crossover in the world of science, like world graft. It's an online multiplayer experience based on its own virtual world except unlike were craft. It's not. Totally. Again, there are no objective no inherent conflicts to overcome in second life. It's more like virtual sandbox where players are free to do whatever they please such. It provided fodder for researchers in the fields of education. So CO g. and even healthcare. Ultimately, it's difficult to tell whether they're corrupted blood bug, had any lasting effect on real science on whether it was treated as a mere passing fat. So I asked on Balata whether we should take away any nasty lessons from it. The thing about models that every model is wrong. Useful. So we're not saying what you'll see in the virtual platform like this would be an exact relation of what would happen in realize them. But that being said it is still useful to use such spots firms to understand some correct Aristo of relation how react and how a disease will spread in real world set thing, I think is a an invaluable resource to test drive both seven-nation patterns and containment mechanisms in various ways. So I think it could be a useful to, but it is not easy to harness it for scientific purposes. As for the game itself. After few days with half the warcraft community down blizzard did what they had to do to get the game back up and running the down the service, then rebooted them without the new coat. This probably is the point where researchers went well, great. We wish real-life where that is..

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Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Spain discussed on Under The Hood

Under The Hood

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Spain discussed on Under The Hood

"It's it's an unfair to just boil it down to oh argentina's never won the world cup lino messy is ultimately a failure i just think that's that's that's not nuanced enough right if that's if that's your only way you're only take away their three matches today portugal one nothing of morocco urguay one nothing over saudi arabia and spain defeated iran one to nothing tomorrow denmark australia france and peru and this should be good one we'll get to see leonov messy against croatia croatia won their first game blue komo drudge argentina gotta draw the one one with iceland says should be one of the better games of the day start to critical for argentina because of the dry am croatia they can't lose to croatia because otherwise they'll be reeling the white sox can lose we'll talk white sox baseball we come back it's meller and hubner right here on espn one thousand of them out kyle hendricks mechanics are terrible i just i'm not repeating them consistently our baseball rotation it's pretty good but it's just not dialed in where i need to be i just gotta trust where i'm asking myself will start starts become more consistent brought to.

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"meller" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"meller" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Is not only indicative of bias state of mind but even more seriously implies a willingness to take official action to impact the presidential candidates electoral prospects what's important about this what's important about this is not the high state of corruption in obama's doj an fbi what's important is when they sent these tax to congress when congress finally tore these tax out of the clenched fist of the doj they were dactyl strucks response and that tells you that right this minute right now is we are sitting here the fbi is protecting christopher ray the new the new director of the fbi came out and he said nothing in this report impugns the integrity of our workforce as a whole or the fbi as an institution like hell it doesn't it it really does and you know trait tree gowdy who has been all about like muller do his work and let meller we're going to trust muller all he is livid and they are saying that we will impeach rod rosenstein if he does not hand over these documents they had a meeting friday night congress never works on friday night where they went in and said listen buddy this is it send us these documents and trey outage talks about the fact the other important thing about the is that it it impugns the muller report through no fault of mahler's it just means all his witnesses are now no good here's here's his tray gouty talking about that got a former prosecutor cut number ten i don't know what muller has i do know this that bias is so pervasive and everyone who's ever stood in front of the jury and had to explain it away we'll tell you what is the most miserable feeling of the war in the world and i have never seen this level of bias so you have peter struck who can't think of a single american who can vote for donald trump and you've got peter straw who says will stop it the campaign and the presidency we'll stop and campaign and then if that doesn't work the day after the.

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Florida snake trackers unearth massive python sex den

Waddle & Silvy

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Florida snake trackers unearth massive python sex den

"The snake sex party story because i figured that'd be too easy yeah yeah snakes in florida the only snake from ohio's hosting three to six you've never attended you've never attended this nick sex party in ohio jokes i thought while having been there you would have been at least one the snake key part i mean listen if i say anything i'm validating the nonsense coming from behind the glass i just figured you know we're up against the clock said clock meller just let tesla abdullah do his thing man burglarize his home and then sets house on fire man a man was arrested wednesday night after detective linked him to a burglary of a house that was later set on fire lance clipper reported the burglary when he arrived at his house such as cincinnati named flipper deputies say w say austin lang nineteen year old austin lengths at the fire in the laundry room after tearing the house apart tuesday morning he was seen on surveillance video knocking on the front door and then going back to the going to the back of the house after nobody answered about an hour later lang was seen on camera leaving the house with bags and suitcases according to police length took the family dog bailey along with other valuables deputy police say bailey was later found unharmed nearby.

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"meller" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"meller" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Affected by this and familiar with us and it's a good conversation and he's a smart guy who will probably be a lawyer someday when he is done with baseball so i think we've learned a lot for hearing from someone who is actually involved with this affected by it on a daytoday basis agreed any wants the sounded like he wants to go into law and work for the players union so now i've got spoiled one of his answers but it's something that the players union could could stand to have then ken rosenthal had an article that was released on tuesday morning where he talked about players responded to tony clark's leadership and within the article was the was the mission that the union is looking for help it's looking for employees so the union help wanted which i think we already knew from the course of the off season but maybe it's very much help wanted so you know maybe we could just quit the podcast and go work for the union but we'll see sherry still haven't heard from the union or the atlantic freight says an article up this week by nathaniel grow who has an update on the indus pendant league situation and how that's affected by the new law and maybe it's not affected by the new law anyway the way nathaniel interprets it possibly the indy leagues can survive because they actually have better argument that they are seasonal jobs and workers and maybe they can get around the strictures of this rule which mandates minimum wage but i don't know the indy leagues may not be subject to it in the same way that the minor leagues are which personally i like i know a lot of people have been writing maybe we should let the league's go if they can't pay their players minimum wage which i understand but at least the level of indie ball i was at no one was making money including the owners and the team employee's and i think everyone just sort of understood and accepted that and baseball enough to do it anyway maybe those leagues are not quite as endangered as it seemed so i am personally pleased that but couple things before the season starts might otherwise amazing editor meller ruben makes me do seek.

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"meller" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"meller" Discussed on In The Limelight

"Versity who is struggling to shake hands because of the low temperature he's literally like feeling the click cheese warming the hands of the frozen where i love this one underneath this one one barbara meller 63 requested a quick selfie which by the way like as my mom's name like this live in our she me what an early modern like i feel like me to check with julie's monitors wasn't actually her requested a quick selfie the actor apologized sorry we are not allowed to do sell fees marchal said barbara meller said she said thank you very much for braving the cold i'm kind of a loving now that you're meghan had to turn down the self because i know you know each other exactly that that is that you know that's not her natural ends thing katie shot twenty two said they're very down to earth even though the royal but it's all about suits we really like suits and she tolls there and be to more serious juliette julian lady of the exact same opinions of but league all these people it seemed like she was welcomed were you surprised i almost feel like she was welcome so immediately with such warmth almost feels like surreal i was like oh she's already just like beloved like is this happened so quickly i know it's way too fast i've whiplash from at as if like i say how charm these people are and also it's the strangest characters there was some guy who bought brought his pet bird committee maggie to me magon she didn't say hi i kind of i have to say they look really good together so i think there is it feels like we said this last week but it feels like you're watching celebrities.

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