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"mohan" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

05:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"mohan" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"Feel like they can just make their product customers and even their life so much easier. And it's okay to do that. I think there's a reason this podcast is called startups for the rest of us. It's not called bootstrapping for the rest of us. It's never been anti funding and in the preface of my book. Back in two thousand ten said. I'm not anti venture capital. I'm only anti everyone thinking the only way to start a software company is to raise funding. There are different options. That's it and this has always focused on freedom purpose and relationships and back in two thousand five. Maybe you couldn't raise funding without giving up your freedom or control your company. Maybe i don't know. I wasn't trying to raise. Although i did apply to i applied to y combinator in two thousand seven. I did try to raise an angel around. And i just didn't know anybody know network. I was an outsider right now. Most of us are. that's most of us bootstrap is that we're we don't know anyone. We don't friends and family was a joke. it's like. I don't have friends and family with money like i can't raise. I raise a couple hundred bucks or something. So that started changing. And the moment that i heard about people raising for sas companies raising a couple hundred grand from angels. Who weren't wasn't on the venture track. You know that you could make your life easier. That's when i started realizing. Oh there's this third option that's building and whether we call it somebody call so people call it. I know third wave funding. I'm trying to think of the other terms but it's basically just funding without maybe the expectations or the the strings attached. That used to use to come with it. And that i mean that's tiny seed right. I mean that's the point. Because i was writing angel checks out of my own personal net worth into sas companies under this model and i enjoyed it. But eventually you just get overweight. Your asset allocation is out of whack and that was when it was like. Why don't we just raise a fun to do. Because there are so many folks who could use this to your point who could benefit from it and maybe have a little bit easier time. Growing their company perhaps biggest. It's not a regret per se. But one of the things that i would have done differently looking back building drip is. I kept toying with the idea of raising or a small round two fifty to five hundred k. One time round just to do what you're saying which is higher that chief to staff and just be able to hire more senior people and have the budget and i never did. I never pulled the trigger on it. And i kind of regret it because it made the journey much harder than it needed to be an. I coulda raised it until ten percent of the company wouldn't have been that much and it wouldn't have made the ultimate outcome even if we sold for the same amount it would just kind of all been awash anyways right. It just wouldn't have. It's not like i would have given up half the sales percy's or something. So i'm not saying everyone should or should or whatever but it's like this is. This is a viable option. Yeah absolutely. I think you talk to own lesser off your company if the value of your company's larger right..

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"mohan" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

02:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"mohan" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"On that the absolutely and honest i actually never raised before like you said right like all this bootstrapped so i also heard that it makes sense to ten years back right like when. Dha and all these smart people talked about just how receives a evil. And maybe there was some truth to it for share. I also hear these stories and other podcasts. Off like some of the early companies in the barrier selling for seventy percent of their equity right off the bat for like five hundred k. Or something and that certainly doesn't have any more. Evaluations have been rising. I think like yeah. Sure why see is maybe partly responsible for it but i think it will happen sooner or later anyway right like there's so much money to be invested. So i think. In recent horowitz does it and softbank does it. And so the game has changed entirely. Ian people have seen a lot of exits ten billion forty billion fifty billion. That i think there's a prediction that in ten years there'd be a lot more fifty billion dollars startups man. I agree with it so when you look at it from that perspective i mean venture capitalists always been kind of a lottery right but a smart lottery no way so when you think about just how much the returns are people are willing to place bigger and bigger bets and if anything only benefits the founders i think for most part the smartest funders anyway never raise at the highest valuation. I think the always like raise at a good valuation with the right folks. But it's good that the average solution is higher now. I think the other big difference is a lot of people. Think that you raise money and then you give up control of your company and it's not true at least in the beginning before you you had to do a price transfer you raise that million dollar series and you spend six thousand on just the legal fee and you give a board seat. Not people wrist like three million five million on a safe which is simply a promise of equity so you don't give up any control of your company you obviously have to be in in touch with the investors and you should be. But they're not running the company for you so. I just think that there are a lot of these misconceptions about what happens after you raise money. Actually what most people would be surprised with is most of the time once. The money's in the bag investors actually just move onto the next deal like that's their job is to primarily close deals not to actually babysit you there there if you need them so to me. This feels like a very different landscaper. Good for more people to rethink it. Because i see a lot of people working extremely hard having customers having tens of thousands of dollars in revenue and just never considering.

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"mohan" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

03:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"mohan" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"Who has it's an sm ass product for e-commerce shops and one thing that we were chatting about was just how not real time email is anymore and as someone who obviously built in esp p. And still there's still a ton of value in email. There's still. There's a purpose for it but sms and facebook messenger and in-app notifications whether it's web app or whether it's mobile app push i mean there's all these things that really do. They do different jobs now. And so i i totally hear you and i feel like this is a really evolving peace. Even to the point of inner common drift kind of lodged things like intercom had to come on the scene. They had the chat widget but they were also email. And i don't know if you would need to do that today. I don't know that that's a requirement. Also have the email piece. Because i just think the job is is so different. A lot of customers don't use email. But then i think email is here to stay. What we want to do is overtime just sent as few emails as possible so like to e mail deliveries but very smart or leave a notification. Hasn't been seen or maybe batch them up and then send them out in an email so it's almost like you wanna really kind of lead the way and decluttering your user's inbox and you want to respect it more so and it's also good for application to us to much rely on it. Yeah because you want to hit them when they're thinking about it and when they're in their email inbox often thinking about other things. I want to get work done. A lot of people use their inbox as their to do list versus when they log in to magic bell. They're thinking okay. I'm in the magic. Bow mindset oh here's some notifications about new updates about something that happened in magic. It's like they're already in that context. So i i think there's a lot there. Yeah and then all these users like insurance agents customer support agents. They're already online for like eight hours right now. A lot of applications a lot of our users come to us because they use us have to go back to email to check notifications and then come back again and they can build this themselves but it takes months vitriol time being hard and just multi channel and so what we're eliminating for them. It's like you're us already are being your attention but you just don't have a way to leverage it and that's what magical office do so i want to switch it up a little bit and talk about something. We were talking about offline right before we hit record which was this idea of being bootstrap for funded and something you said to me. I think is worth diving into. And it's you said there's often this. Anti funding mindset or an anti funding rhetoric. That probably came about fifteen or twenty years ago. When the funding landscape was not that founder friendly it was different and these are my words now. In my opinion it was paul. Graham that changed. It was y. Combinator because before that the docks were opaque there is an information asymmetry where investors had all the info about terms and we didn't as founders and paul gremaldi change that i know there's been arguments that pogrom potentially took it too far away. She has taken it too far. You don't have to comment on this. Having gone through. I see but i've heard some investors jason calcutta's say it's people in a garage and they expect expected ten million dollar valuation or an uncapped note or something which is so not investor-friendly that it cuts the other way but all that said the landscape today there is no doubt is night day different than twenty years ago. You wanna talk me through your thoughts..

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Smart Bathrooms: Are They a Smart Decision?

Double Tap Canada

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Smart Bathrooms: Are They a Smart Decision?

"You told me the other day the your bathroom. You're what do you call the restroom. Cova i have no my bathroom. Nassar bathroom exists. Yes yes right well in your master bathroom yes you've made it super smalls from my understanding. I may have got a little bit farther than i should have. Legal march japanese toilet I do japanese. It's a it's a canadian made. It's called lovie The toilet as you approach it. The seat will open no way allies. Swear it has remote control as a built-in Function which you heat of the heat of the water that speeds up your little touchy Control the intensity of the headwaters so you get a good cleaning it goes battled for all the crevices and you can also control the The extension and the position. that's the For the meal cleaning. Then there's the female cleaning hop today it's Then there's A fan that pulls out the air so that when you're doing something a little bit more odorous gets rid of that for us. It doesn't really comes with. Does that airlock does it. Yeah it's eco-friendly. When you flush it it does it. Expose water in very nicely. Keeps very little water What else does it have. A heated seat so keeps you nice and toasty nice. Yeah that's nice always good. You can control the heat of the seat as well and of course the water and everything else And that's about all that's all the toilet does. Oh that sounds amazing. Thing hang on more. Did i mention the shower. That is controlled by voice so mohan Which is very famous. Zooming of you know taps a system. Could you by mowing the letter. You and it's a whole shower systems in my shower. All you have got the rain shower thing and the handled telephone handle type thing. And i've got a little keypad like little keypad on there. And that keypad connects via wifi network. And there's an alexa skill for that and I can literally say Start my shower. Preset to whatever i do and it will turn on the right thing. It'll get the temperature and it keeps it at the proper temperature of the entire

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"mohan" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

06:31 min | Last month

"mohan" Discussed on Software People Stories

"In his lady christine conversation. It's more one topic ason. Who's listening you mix. An attorney had talked in your funny topics associated act digital divide in his own words. Oh as a song. Union chief change the For this is being run hopi efficient. Because he hasn't been brought up in the simone said right so gladys improved operating. You can just tell the outset others if somebody thing That use you you off okay. How the basically if you are in the system you may not know that human all the problems. You're not sold them. But if you are just just outside that's seven they're talking and you will find a better dancer protrude across. It's an all time will come to the software people stories today. The discipline being in richard. Here i see that a lot of juice or chair and being part of this Let's go ahead than i on it now forest. You're giving us yourself for our listeners. My name is whoa who participate in short one hundred. I didn't get it in. Orlando steve chennai back in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety one actually I'm done. I did a masters for my together and then i joined a company a lot of stuff. coke about the whole it. Jerry started that ross In nine hundred ninety every everybody was jogging. Id but you get to get placed basically Jogging forces. I think what we. I think that people the exam. I think that six people so from three headed fuss cut. I think we became the twenty people qualified from people equal big wall street. Six people So it was like i think was very david also thinking that quality matters more at that point in time no i think i said it happens safely. Though the quality matters again right now in larger quantities that's bond brought up in phychi actually did miss bullying and the pool daddy's till felt by. Then i moved to chennai viable independent from the family's from the point i'm more of a mid despotic all missile. But at the everybody's buzzing amber small city by woodley right so you have your own limitations so that you don't know a lot of stuff and you learn a of come back so that's a brief capsule actually talked being a part of my life also one and one on the biggest interaction. You've missed your. Ceo off med expert a solutions. Today's hino innovated at largely you won so many awards so want to. How does it feel you read the fine. I want to bring that as part of the decision. I don't want to jump in della plan. My heart i'm a i'm a small town boy and And a developer who died. And let's see. That's what i'm feeding that. What if you feel that the auditor your your lose that Subdued us to throw things other stuff. So i was just introduced. Passable forward with the conversation took ironically as As you spend a few of medics flu and that we can't to healthcare industry in gendelman hospitals in particular actually so we make them must be does lend their business efficiently and That's the whole goal. An pro aid in in india. I think motivational the option of technology and obstacles. This little bit of not the art part of not enforced in legally also they do have a lot of potential going out that also digitizing them to a the current trend and then providing a reasonably quality product along with reasonable price. He's my goal and as often as we found. The cloud is what we loo- actually and but there are a lot of other things feed also. It's a knee why that he staples of this is just sending the oscar. Don't handle upgrading. The healthcare industry also moving into the they have a standard at. What finds you know. And all that Off things are happening in terms of of technology and all spear of the hell can the scene so put something in there to make sure that we are example that a lot of ecosystem players. That insurance is a great pair data and then you have Patients and customers at large. And then you ho fun with you change. You have the labs and other stuff's also so they said there's a whole lot fico chain that it should be enable interacting seamlessly so those are some things to do so it's just a not just managing the hospitalised one part of this and we are from other things fall so unless we got a couple of questions that are running in my mind. I you call yourself. You know continuously curious right and having that imbibing your mind saying that. How could you be inquisitive. Julius and what in what you do how did you build that actor in you or the very simple. I think when a giant industry ninety five. So i'm not You to percents at that point. In time i think some kind of talent Someone at goldsmiths put some tests that they recruit. You'll mificantly when you go added brain. Does she value house. Zito not automatically case will come with the knowledge. So no you you are. You will only diphu with charts just way out musically so since jedi is a necessarily that makes you a so. Obviously you know. When i come on what is motherboard. Say.

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"mohan" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:58 min | Last month

"mohan" Discussed on Recode Decode

"One of them was. Hey let me watch youtube videos at one point. Five speed mitee. Neal said sure. I've heard this request before. I'll look into it. Turns out that was shipped a month ago and neither of us knew about it because youtube is so big and so is this conversation. Okay newman chief. Product officer at youtube near the chief product officer. Youtube well-conceived decoder. Great to be here and you like we have a lot to talk about new monetization system for youtube shorts. That seems very interesting. It's a big program you're a full participant in the creator economy. But i want to start at the beginning of some very simple questions. What does the chief product officer at youtube do all day. Well my responsibilities. Really to help run youtube where i'm responsible for all of our products. Everything that you use as a viewer of youtube all of our creators use. I work very closely with our partners across google in terms of solutions for our advertising partners so all of our products from the map to the kids app to the music app and i'm also responsible for our trust and safety organization so everything that has to do with our content policies what governs the type of content that we allow our platform the content that we take down we call them our community guidelines and so my teams are responsible for that as well as the design of products pow they look and feel how they work critical user journeys. That's really what my team. And i do all day every day. It's unique i think among all the social platforms trust and safety reports to product. Do you wanna dive on that. But just give me since you're like. What kind of meetings are you in. I'm in a lot of meetings. Everything from one online's very large meetings. Maybe i could give you a flavor of can of a couple of sort of

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An Interview With YouTube's Chief Product Officer, Neal Mohan

Recode Decode

01:58 min | Last month

An Interview With YouTube's Chief Product Officer, Neal Mohan

"One of them was. Hey let me watch youtube videos at one point. Five speed mitee. Neal said sure. I've heard this request before. I'll look into it. Turns out that was shipped a month ago and neither of us knew about it because youtube is so big and so is this conversation. Okay newman chief. Product officer at youtube near the chief product officer. Youtube well-conceived decoder. Great to be here and you like we have a lot to talk about new monetization system for youtube shorts. That seems very interesting. It's a big program you're a full participant in the creator economy. But i want to start at the beginning of some very simple questions. What does the chief product officer at youtube do all day. Well my responsibilities. Really to help run youtube where i'm responsible for all of our products. Everything that you use as a viewer of youtube all of our creators use. I work very closely with our partners across google in terms of solutions for our advertising partners so all of our products from the map to the kids app to the music app and i'm also responsible for our trust and safety organization so everything that has to do with our content policies what governs the type of content that we allow our platform the content that we take down we call them our community guidelines and so my teams are responsible for that as well as the design of products pow they look and feel how they work critical user journeys. That's really what my team. And i do all day every day. It's unique i think among all the social platforms trust and safety reports to product. Do you wanna dive on that. But just give me since you're like. What kind of meetings are you in. I'm in a lot of meetings. Everything from one online's very large meetings. Maybe i could give you a flavor of can of a couple of sort of

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Rapid City Boarding School Continues Unidentified Bodies Project

Native America Calling

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Rapid City Boarding School Continues Unidentified Bodies Project

"Work continues on a boarding school project in rapid city. South dakota as discoveries are made of burial sites at former residential schools in canada. Mike mohan reports almost a decade ago. Volunteer driven effort was launched to verify details about native children buried at a former federal boarding school. On rapid city's westside that research pave the way for an historic agreement with the city to establish parcels of land for native purposes project volunteer valerie. A big eagle says news out of canada and the remains of two hundred and fifteen children found their as an emotional element to the local effort. We tried this horror stories of children. That were you know killed and buried and we've heard this from others and it's really really challenging new details about the land. Transfer will be shared at a public meeting this thursday including converting some of the property into a native american community center that follows a resolution approved by the city council. Last fall acknowledging that tribes were never given a portion of the land along after the school closed. fellow project. Volunteer eric zimmer notes. The non native population can share in this experience as well what we're talking about doing. This undertaking work that sort of raises the quality of life for everyone in the community through a long careful deliberate process of trying to understand and respond to the more challenging. Parts of our history in volunteers were recently recognized for their work with an honorable mention in the outstanding public. History project award issued annually by the national council on public history. That was mike

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Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

Native America Calling

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

"The minnesota court of appeals has up held approvals of permits for the line. Three oil pipeline. The move is seen as a win. For enbridge energy the company behind the project but indigenous groups and their allies. Fighting construction are not backing down mike. Mohan reports in a two one decision. The court said state regulators acted properly when giving their consent align three which is being built to replace an aging oil pipeline that runs across northern minnesota winona. La duke is one of the leading tribal advocates speaking out against lying three. She says the state including governor at him walls has let them down. I am so dismayed by. The court of appeals and we will stand in resistance with thousands of others. This summer is young. She says the ruling will result in more people arrested or heard with opposition surfacing along the construction route last week. Protestors held their largest gathering yet resulting in arrests after people locked themselves to equipment. Meanwhile the duke says they're pleading with a biden administration to intervene canada-based end bridge says lion three creates thousands of jobs that high degrees of safety are being applied to construction and maintenance installation of line. Three is nearly sixty percent complete and the court noted its presence while troublesome too many groups and tribal members is less of an environmental risk than the current line. But luke says it's a direct threat to natural resources. Tribes rely on watersheds are now subject to bridges aggression and destruction. Even if this decision is appealed to the minnesota supreme court opponents. Worry that would take a long time before a ruling is issued. They say that's why they want. President joe biden to take action with construction moving forward now. is mike moen

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How Indigenous People Are Promoting and Learning Their Languages

Unreserved

02:31 min | 4 months ago

How Indigenous People Are Promoting and Learning Their Languages

"For many people trying to learn a language is all about immersing yourself in one family and ontario has challenged themselves to make their home and free zone and are trying to stick to finish. Nabi mohan exclusively. They're sharing their experience. A new podcast called n weighing our sound much. Go go up and this is. My husband was all over new here. We will be talking about stories challenges triumphant as we share our experiences. Our the five. That's the intro to new podcast. By and wife were trying to raise their three year old daughter and one year old son entirely without english. But mom most could grab could quit. Didn't grow up. Speaking in snobby mohan. She actually studied german university and was living in austria when she felt a deep longing to learn about her own culture. The best way. I could describe it was it felt like someone was holding silly putty from here and i was all the way over in austria and i could just feel like that tiny tiny little strand was was still there and i i needed to go back and and kindle let fire so most could could quay came back to turtle island and began studying an nabi mohan. She spoke with cbc's k. To dak about how falling in love with her language transformed her family and created a home. Her kids speak sounds that she says were always meant to be. There's when i began learning the language and the breakdowns and the roots of who we are and what that meant. I felt that piece. I felt like that but missing piece was was filled in and i could kind of move forward in life and move in a direction. Finally i wasn't wandering around trying to find that anymore when i began learning initiative win It's a language that is alive. it's a spirit and itself. And i don't really know how else to describe that other than you can have a relationship with it and in a relationship. That has a two way street. And i'm trying not to get emotional because it's just so beautiful to me because like i fell in love with it. It gives me a chance to connect with those at our. I've gone like long before but still walk with me. And these are there ways and they held it and carried it and protected it for so long for me and for my children to have. I just feel like it's the most beautiful gift you ever give. Somebody

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Cheyenne River Youth Project distributes food boxes

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 10 months ago

Cheyenne River Youth Project distributes food boxes

"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio gonzalez.

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Virtual Doctors, Teaching Native History, and Cheyenne River Youth Project

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 10 months ago

Virtual Doctors, Teaching Native History, and Cheyenne River Youth Project

"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio

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"mohan" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"mohan" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Far gone parody of a human being. Alive wanting to booze. I'd assuredly seen worse things in there. But the suffering of the live ones fast superseded that gratuitous remain. Mostly. Tar Accidents. Those with the West. Occasional gunshot victims usually brought in from further out towards the city. Where gang violence was more pertinent. Metal? SMACKING FLASH WITH UNGODLY NEWTONIAN FORCE WAS NOT PRETTY IN. Any fall. I stepped out of the trauma room bereft and hyperventilating. I had never seen a man Mohan pain before him. The nameless.

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"mohan" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"mohan" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Very consistent with most of my highest performing. Colleagues, and that is that they are not shy to bring in other people objective other people to help them. To. Get to the next level to approach their full potential Most of the high achievers that I know also have coaches even coaches have coaches On Real. Leah Rolling, who is her executive coach and somebody that is specialised in emotional control. In high performance and getting the most out of your team without sacrificing morale and we have a great conversation. It was a longer conversation so I broke that up into two parts. So this is part one of my discussion with Dr Stephanie Mahan, and Ria Leah. Rolling sorry coupon missing her name up Leah Rolling in this episode is being brought to you by the dental success network dental success network, dot com slash free forty five. We'll get you forty five days free to the most positive and. Educational Network in all of dentistry additionally, we have one of the largest buying groups and all of dentistry and an incredible continuing education library. So for the cost of what you would pay normally for just one of those three services, you get all three and it's an incredible positive environment. You guys are GonNa. Love it give it a try if you've been sitting on the fence for a bit. Come on over you've got nothing to lose absolutely no obligation and so much to gain. So hope you enjoy the network. Hope you enjoy part one of my. Great Conversation with Dr Mo, Han and Leia rolling. First off, we have Dr Stephanie Mohan who is an entrepreneur she's a dentist she's She's a great clinician We've known each other for a long time. In fact, I think she spoke at one of my first two summits years and years ago we became acquainted. Through I guess, the quote Unquote Circuit and I'M GONNA. Let her introduce herself here in a second and her mindset and executive coach and you guys know I'm really into this sort of thing, and her name is Leah Rolling and the two of them are GonNa, talk to us today about mindset and how to get the results you want and controlling your emotions and really exciting things like that which I am all about. So let's start with you. Steph how you doing it's been weights. It's been way too long. It's so great to talk to you. Thanks for having me. Yes. Of course. Yeah. What what's new with you during this? Crazy. We're. In.

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Trump Administration Aims to Block New Funding for Coronavirus Testing and Tracing As Schools Try To Re-Open

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Trump Administration Aims to Block New Funding for Coronavirus Testing and Tracing As Schools Try To Re-Open

"As school districts scrambled open in the middle of the coronavirus, pandemic educators at Colorado Eh across the nation say they'll need more. Support from the federal government. If they're going to open safely, school districts will need more teachers, substitutes and custodians more buses for social distancing and personal protection equipment Denver area high. School Teacher Emily Mohan Berg says teachers are eager to see their kids again, but many are also terrified. We don't know if we're going to have to purchase our own hand sanitizer kids going to be responsible for. Does that mean that I should also go by my own box of disposable? Disposable masks just in case, one of my students shows up without one new guidelines released by the American Federation of Teachers Call For holding back on reopening schools in districts until the number of new covid nineteen cases drop for at least two consecutive weeks. The Union is also calling for ramping up the capacity to test trace isolate each new case President Donald. Trump is threatened to withhold funding unless schools reopen and points to Germany, Denmark and other countries where schools have. Have reopened without problems

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"mohan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

19:53 min | 2 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But all on how to get insulin into the hands of those who need it but can't afford it Mike Mohan reports the average insulin price has risen fifty five percent since two thousand fourteen publishing your new book and getting it sold online.

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Bert Explained: State of the Art Language Model for NLP

Data Skeptic

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Bert Explained: State of the Art Language Model for NLP

"By my own personal final accounting burt is a sufficiently advanced technology and therefore tautological is magic the what is Bert. You've got to separate that in two generally areas I the bird architecture and we'll get to that but it's a very clever way of making machine learning find its way to a solution. It's providing some smart mechanisms so that when standard learning approaches are applied basically gradient descent and that sort of thing thing that it is at least plausible hopefully likely that in some unquantified period of time this unsupervised learning model will we'll develop a particularly useful and informed encoding boo not a good T. L. D. R. Let's try that again so T. L. Dr Burt Bert accepts text as input. This texts can be of arbitrary length that is a property that isn't true in a lot of historic settings the fact that sentences or a variable length and in fact in a document roughly speaking the further apart two sentences are from one another probably correlates with how much they relate into each other but it's also not that unusual for page. I Dunno ninety seven of a book to reference something of page seven in the same book having no mentions between eight ninety ninety six and expect the reader to connect those two ideas connect the definition or whatever the case may be now of course some authors are more talented at that than others but but without a doubt a true language understanding machine would amongst other things need to be able to look at arbitrary links of text. You know a model that only looks at the last last fifty words. I built a lot of stuff like that. It solves reasonable problems blunt instrumentation but that can get the job done so okay. The input is raw text text arbitrary length which is great. There's even folk wisdom about how you can split up a document in either by paragraphs or sentences or whatever so one document becomes a series collector's. Oh yeah the vector so Bert you give it as input that text and output comes a fixed length numeric vector so for the sake of this podcast cast. Let's pretend that it's a three dimensional embedding space and got X. Y. Z. The real bird or at least burt base. I guess I should say there's a whole little taxonomy Johny of birds in different variants that I will not be getting into here but the base burt is a seven hundred sixty eight dimensional vector no problem linear era algebra is linear that number is even a point of research and the original bird paper which I found it hard to believe only hit the archive October Kolber eleventh two thousand eighteen my gosh it has taken the world by storm since then Burton all the subsequent things we really didn't episode on Elmo that everyone should go back and check check out if you missed that one elmo sort of the precursor to Berta in some ways the inspiration and in other ways the benchmark has the burt paper has a really interesting way of presenting its. It's formalism it goes to great lengths to restrict a certain type of training of its model to be more or less at parity with what the ELMO team did in other words trying to say hey we're not gonNA cheat by just using more computer hardware because powder resources. You just throw more money. It wouldn't be surprising that you train a better model and then they went onset. Onset will okay if we also relaxed that constraint and see what is our model do unbounded now we have appointed comparison between how Mohan Burt and we can look at a larger training set head of Burton's see how it does as well in terms of I guess would a business person would call the return on investment from training that larger model and quite frankly paying for the computer hardware to keep it in memory.

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"mohan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"The app or listen at iheartradio dot com. Lover an ad from dad. Got here. Save money on car insurance. When you've been offered save money on car insurance, really save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. Sounds pretty good. I think I can do more time. Nailed it right now. The progressive can't save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations. Get. Save money on gas every time you puff. Drive. You have to get gas right yet. Download the free get upside in pay less for gas than everyone else. Save up to twenty five cents a gallon. Every time you fill up use promo code free four bonus twenty cents a gallon up. So forty five cents a gallon on your first fill up. Aggie. That's promo code free free. Pro Bowl co free. Why are you still paying full price for gas? That's crazy yet. Download the app right now. Up to twenty five cents a gallon cashback every time you use promo code free for an extra twenty cents a gallon for up to forty five cents a gallon cash back on your I fill up the free. Promo code free. Got it. Good. So now that you've chosen the vanity paint and bathroom tile. You still can't decide on the faucet. Let the Home Depot make that easier by saving ten dollars on the sleek modern Mohan Genta right now, it's only eighty nine bucks. How's that? Easy choices, the Mohan Genta faucet. Now eighty nine bucks during the winter kitchen and bath event at the Home Depot. More saving more doing valid through March twenty fourth while supplies last.

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"mohan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mohan why black unable to have a picnic black and being attacked. It's coming from the president of the United States. He's she's talking about. She knows this family family. You can't what was hit mobile black. You can't picnic while black. And there was oh, you can't study while black, and then she immediately says that what happened to Jesse is directly caused by the president of the United States. I mean, the fact that she is an elected leader of our country. And she is not crucified for that kind of demo democrat demagoguery going troubling over that one I can't believe it. I just can't believe and of course, celebrities reached out bass Trump supporters, blah, blah, blah. We don't know the full story, and this comes a week after the Covington kids scandal where the entire media apparatus got as I wrote today every molecule of that story was wrong everyone, and they haven't learned. And they don't care and they've got their narrative and were going to stick to it. No matter what am I going to say? I'm just disgusted. I'm just disgusted with our culture. I really am. And I I liked that you've known me for well. I think I'm fairly positive person. Not as sort of a Debbie Downer. I'm Debbie Downer. Now, captain Downer. I am just to see what's going on in our culture and the media it just it's awful. Let's see I you sent me a link to the story over on newsbusters. Share NPR villainy. Racism, homophobia tweets, of course, now promoted by the most infamous clam the world is the poison that kills Americans white only is not right GOP goes down with the ship Grey's anatomy, star Ellen Pompeo her. She is five point nine Instagram followers. These punks these haters who were filled with fear, and insecurity who continued to spread hate and violence in the name of this administration. Even guys love Trump. Even if this is true to tie it to that. Why didn't we try the guy the guy who should almost killed a Representative Steve Scalise? Bernie guy hardcore guy that echinacea was never made. No, really, should it. You could say, but given the fact that it works the other way constantly, maybe we should I it's just it's crazy Rashida to tweeted, I find this funny because maybe the speaks more about me than anything else. She tweets when one of the most famous black and gay men in America is not safe is Angie will tell you last night. When I started doing the story. I'm like, I have no clue. I had no clue. He was either. No clue we'll leave another famous gay black person. Frank ocean. Singer thing he came out a couple of years ago. He's he's infinitely more famous than this gentleman. That's you know, that's silly art. So I really hate to say this. But I'll say I'm saying, okay Christian. I really do hope this turns out to be another one of these hoaxes. Well, I mean, I don't want anyone to get hurt. And a hate the fact that anyone would suffer that way. So I I would lean in that direction. I guess you could say I guess partying was linked to teach the teach the media lesson. But they don't wanna eat taught a lesson. So I don't think it matters that that doesn't matter at all. And also, I mean, no one wants to go through that that's awful. But they describe it like he like he was clinging to life. And he was just he was like instantly releasing the hospital, so physically he's okay. Again, anyone can anyone gets attacked like this and gets slurred with those names. That's gross an awful and may take a long time to kind of emotionally recover from. I'm not not diminishing that at all. But just the even the tone of the initial coverage was like he was hit had been savagely beaten eight usually the hospital will air on the side of caution. But they let him go pretty cool. I hope it turns out to be a hoax endless wishful thinking. From my part, at what point does the media implode at what point do you have so many hoaxes were politicians and the media and celebrities and everybody else jump on before they know all the tax, and it turns out to be the opposite of what it was. And yet they just can't. I mean, there's never not. I know there's no retraction. There's no media available. That will hold them accountable. The kind of the my site. The Breitbart the newsbusters, we may reach out to these agents for comment, and they will say no comment because they know that if they just stay quiet nothing will happen when I reached out to Ellen barkin people at TNT about her saying horrible things including the president should die and Louis CK should be raped and shot at they said, no comment because they knew it's just me only. I only I'm weighing in Roanoke knows. And cares. There's no media phenomenon. And until my until my sight is drudge report Eskin level. They can get away with it. Absolutely. Yeah. So I'm curious your your choice. Okay. You have a story on your on your website at Hollywood and TOTO dot com. Fully on Twitter at Hollywood and TOTO the left ruined the Oscars and. The Super Bowl. What's next? Yeah. Let's then you have the story from variety about leaving Neverland. Oh, seven minutes. Okay. Super Bowl we that. We should soup. Okay. Okay. So my argument is that the the left has so damaged the Oscars that they cannot find a host to emcee the biggest night of the year for Hollywood. If you don't think that's damage. I don't know what is beyond the ratings cratering beyond the fact that no one cares about the Oscars. Now, we've got the Super Bowl, and they can barely get entertainers because the halftime show is desperately trying to find someone. But because of the Colin Kaepernick situation because he's you know, he's the next shock. Jackie Robinson, room five out there in Durham. Okay. But they're in begrudgingly, and I'm sure they wish they were out. And they also there's I guess traditional press conference that they hold before the the beginning with the entertainers fluff. Fine. They cancelled that. 'cause they knew every question. Mr. maroon five, I know it's, but I'm just saying what about Callan cosmic? Do you are you in favour races? Would you want to do that? Heck no now that means next year. I think the cabernet a cycle will continue. I also suspect you might see some kneeling this weekend from some of the players and also so the halftime show was this cool fun. Silly outrageous thing that we all watched the whole community came together watched it we we kind of maybe Quebec about it. We said it was great. It was terrible. The Janet Jackson thing was certainly a war wardrobe malfunction glitch, but overall it's still something that kind of unites. That's just one of the few things that we all do together. Maybe it's not maybe we can't watch anymore. That's what the left has done to our culture. Now. I'm just thinking valentines days like two weeks away. He's not gonna like the patriarchy man, I could see in a year or some sort of like orchestrated attack against that. It's it's it's offensive to single people. It's offensive to people who may be here. Their spouses have passed on. It's it's male dominated. It's. Supporting capitalism, via the credit the cards and the roses and all that stuff. Can you see that that seems like a very credible reality in a year or two what's next? What else is going to go down? Gladys knight. She's singing the national anthem, and she's been very sort of pro unity, and very sweet and positive bet. She's catching some flak. She apparently is. Gladys Knight explains..

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"mohan" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Family members were maybe your parents aren't always fun but you have this aunt and uncle who are always fun when you go to their house it's just always fun my aunt and uncle mohan die when we slept at their house they would take orders like before we arrived they'd be what do you want to drink what do you want to eat and they would ask what kind of cereal we wanted and they would let us destroy boxes of sugar cereal upon arrival an all day all night whatever we wanted we would get an i thought about that when matthew and the big kids and ralph and moved into gather i just remember thinking like oh that was like a special part of my childhood and i'm gonna get like a special cereal for us i'm gonna get us a special cereal something that i wouldn't normally buy obvious had i had ralph and he was my first born and i was very optimistic like oh he's going to be the kind of kid who never eats anything processed and doesn't have any sugar yet right by broke that pretty pretty quickly like a soon as he could recognize like the golden arches i could recognize that it would keep him quiet he was eating mcdonalds so so yeah i really kind of became a thing when we became a family all six of us and i remember thinking that it was so cool that the big kids sort of went along with the fact that it wasn't an everyday thing like it was a special thing and i love that like i know even today this morning like our babies now too and he doesn't have huge vocabulary but he loves sharm 's lucky charms of sharm and this morning he woke up and was like sharm sharm and ralph is five and was like no it's not saturday no no sharm not happen and you're not getting any shawn's today awesome i am very familiar with this jingle but one thing i'm not familiar with is the sensation of pink marshmallows between my teeth i have never had lucky charms before this rachel is insane to me i've actually been thinking about doing another i don't want anyone to steal my deal but basically my deal would be for a podcast of adults trying things they never had children because so many things come up on this show that i have never tried before that is a great idea and legally now you own it the equivalent of like the self addressed stamped envelope themselves okay so i got a little lucky charms we have this tiny little store in the basement of the radio station it's one of those one serving cups with the peel off lead i got some milk so i figured in order to you know really get into this episode i have to try it i i just wasn't allowed to have sugar cereal as a kid like a lot of kids and then when i became an adult apparently was boring cereal never cared to try sugar cereals so i've had very i think i've only had one other sugar cereal did you enjoy it i did like captain crunch and i've had this counts i've had honey nut cheerios that counted sweet yes honestly this doesn't appeal to me the idea of crunchy marshmallows doesn't sound good but i just killed off the top here we're gonna try it okay the marshmallows are a combination of cute and janki like this marshmallow a wack rainbow this rainbow they're totally different shapes okay blue moon all right i'm gonna pour the milk so what is your milk cereal strategy how do i kind of like the cereal little soggy honestly cheerios even so i usually let it sit for a minute i think and i don't know how this makes sense that these little cups of cereal tastes better than a bowl of cereal i think because the cereals condensed into a small area there's something about the dennis that i like i don't know how to explain it like pouring milk into the cereal until it becomes visible and then when i can see the milk start to come up through the cereal that's when i'm you don't cover the serial correct okay i'm in a poor now.

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The Top iOS App downloads of 2018

Talking Tech

04:08 min | 3 years ago

The Top iOS App downloads of 2018

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Apple just released its list of the twenty most downloaded iphone apps for twenty eight teen in if the name Santho mayor, well, they should it's the same players, but with a few surprises, and I'd love to tell you today about the app that apple chose as the iphone app of the year, which you might not have heard of it's all on today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. So the most downloaded app of the year is YouTube which has been around for over thirteen years. It was followed by Instagram Snapchat, Facebook messenger, Facebook the bit Moji app from Snapchat net. Flicks. Google maps g mail and Spotify. Yeah, it's the same old apps after all these years the next ten or just as familiar with two maybe new Tia names Amazon. Uber WhatsApp Andorra the wish shopping app tick tock cash Google. Photos. Google Chrome browser and Twitter more on tick tock and cash in a minute. Those are the two new ones the app that Apple's editors chose the iphone app of the year is called procreate pocket. It's an art app that sells for five bucks and it calls itself. The most powerful sketching painting and illustration app ever the app a similar to the old paint program. Many of us have used for years in windows computers. You can select different colors and styles of your paintbrush and go to town. It's a bite sized version of an app that's been available for the ipad for several years with gesture control layers incompatibility at least on the ipad with the apple pencil. A quick note about tick tock and cash tick tock is this year's teen obsession in that used to be called musically where kids with lip sync songs intil the app was bought by a Chinese company, which merged it with another app in change its name. Same sort of concept though for peer to peer pay. Payments the app, you're probably most familiar with his van mo-, which young people have generally used to split fees on pizza in rant and things. Like that square is the little dungle that you see merchants using and small businesses to pay them with your credit card without forcing them to buy credit card. Readers cash is squares answer. Then Mohan does all the same things. I'm surprised to see it on Apple's chart as I've never come across anyone using it listeners to use cash. I would love to hear from you finally other editorial winners from apple iphone game of the year. Doughnut country ipad app of the year froggy pedia apple TV app of the year, the workout apps wet for more about Apple's choices. Check out the main page of items. I'm Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. I'm on Twitter at Jefferson Graham love to hear him, please. Subscribe and talking tech on apple podcast, please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps for people find the show and his always. Thanks, everyone. For listening talk. Tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"mohan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And that's how it is again right now under Dan Mullen, in in terms of the progression of Dan Mohan, you have to wait a little bit till Saturday afternoon, but your your thought so far and in do you think he's brought this program back? I mean, I know he's back. How far do you think I is come from where it was a year ago? Well, just think about a year ago year ago, Jim mcelwain was making death threats on the week of the Florida Georgia gain gave Florida AD Scott stricklin, they built in excuse to fire him after Georgia blue amount. I think he was gonna fire. I think he was gonna fire mcelwain no matter what. Because the program was was delapidated strength and conditioning was terrible. On the attitude of the players was terrible to discipline. This terrible. And Dan Mullen has has come in. And it's been like a breath of fresh air. Obviously he needs to be he's going to have to recruit if he's going to compete against guys like Kirby smart in Nick Sabin. But right now, he's done all the right things talking to my Bianchi, Mike, certainly it's well known that you have been the head cheerleader for use UCF. You got a lot of support over the years. National media still not buying in still wondering about the scheduling for UCF first of all what is tell us about the schedule issues. And and I know what I don't know what they have in the future. And I know they played some really good teams in the past. But what is the issue there because Pittsburgh and North Carolina or Carolina game getting cancelled are not going to get done for UCF. No. But. But I mean, you guys know how schedules or may schedules are made two or three four years in advance not two or three months in advance. When you see a scheduled North Carolina North Carolina was coming up an eleven win season. They been to the the ACC chain be game. We're Clemson barely beat him. They'd wanna let again, they went eleven wins that year, and you know, that's when they scheduled North Carolina. Again, it's not UCS North Carolina's stakes now that the bottom is phone out of their program. And by the way, the game was cancelled anyway because of hurricane foreign so that that's just not, you know, that's that's not UCS. But you know, it is what it is and UCS strength of schedule this year. I'll admit it. It's not been very good. It was better last year. Memphis was a better team last year. I think USF was the better team last year. You know, so yeah, you see you see strength of schedule is having said all that give give give. Give us one reason why they deserve to be considered a serious playoff team. I think the seasons still needs to play out, and we still need to see what happens if you see runs the table again in his one twenty four straight games..

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"mohan" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Dennis Perry agent roads, deputy Bundy, all more or less agreed in this one statement Dennis pretty about how he could have made a trip to Camden County. At some point, it's what happened after Dennis made that statement after Denison Bundy got back in that bathroom break that the factual and counts there was involved. The interrogation began to diverge. Here's what we know or we think we know Dennis's statements the investigators that night at eight twenty two pm. Dennis Perry had that bathroom break and began to make the statements. The prosecution claims is a confession. Dennis was in a room in the FDLE building with FDLE agent. Mohan gbi agent roads and at times deputy Bundy the Bundy wasn't there the entire time. That's what the roads member says anyway, and it's the soul record in existence about this interrogation. And according to that route's memo beginning just after eight twenty two pm on January. Thirteenth, two thousand Dennis Perry began confessing sort of and he didn't stop for eight minutes until nine fifty pm. Using the word confession to describe the contents, the roads, memo's, seem speed, assuming an awful lot, though the memo itself never used that word and contains about Dennis said during those eight minutes, one page double space summary statements that Dennis made none of which are any statements about Denis's own involvement in the murders or Dennis taking any responsibility for the. Orders or really anything at all about the murders using personal pronoun instead most what the Royds memo describes a series of answers that Dennis gave two hypothetical questions. Do you think the shooting was next and Dennis possessed? Yes. Then it's answered according to the memo. Do you think the gun went off by accident Dennis possessed, yes. Then it's answered according to that memo. What do you think happened that night Dennis was asked and according to the memo Dennis responded, I think someone ran out of gas and someone needed money. Now there is a single line even really verges on something that might be described as a confession and amendment provides no context for the statement or what the exact words Dennis might have used were the memo says he could have been at the church that I had. The incident could not member though to Bundy and the other investigators there was another line they considered to be a confession at one point. FD l. e. agent. Mohan asks Dennis, you could put all this back together and make everything right again. Would you and Dennis answered? Yes. It wasn't until nine fifty pm. Any of the officers thought to as Dennis question about his own personal knowledge murders that's been agent, Mohan FDLE agent s Dennis, what did you do with a gun? And that's when in the words of the report, Dennis Perry began to recant his statements, although Dennis said, next recantation seems kind of bizarre because the actual words Dennis Perez recorders having respond with where you're trying to put words my mouth Dennis wasn't changing any of his previous answers. So it wasn't a recantation any real sense that I can think of what he was doing was objection to a question that implied. He was personally involved in the murders..

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Myanmar judge refuses to throw out whistleblower's testimony

BBC World Service

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Myanmar judge refuses to throw out whistleblower's testimony

"Meeting in march with mr trump's lawyers the south korean president moon jaein has dismissed the suggestion that american troops could pull out of the country if a peace deal is reached with north korea and south korean presidential spokesman kimmy gum said the two issues were unrelated sean how meeting us troops stationed in south korea are an issue regarding the alliance between south korea and the united states it has nothing to do with signing peace treaties the statements came after a presidential adviser suggested earlier in the week that it will be difficult to justify the us president presence if north and south korea signed a peace treaty nearly thirty thousand american troops are stationed in the south world news from the bbc myanmar's de facto leader aung san suu chee has said is now the appropriate time to allow united nations agencies into recline state to prepare for the safe return of the ranger refugees earlier a judge ruled that evidence given by police whistle blow in the case of two reuters journalists will be allowed to stand his myanmar correspondent nick peak two weeks ago the evidence of police captain mohan i stunned me on mom in an unprecedented display of defiance he claimed the superior had ordered that the reuters journalists be sat up they had always claimed they were framed because they were investigating the murder of rare hindu villagers by burmese soldiers the judge ruled the captain was not a hostile witness and his account was consistent however it's emerged that after giving his evidence the policeman was himself jailed for a year for misconduct meanwhile the case of the journalists drags on the french authorities say one one hundred nine people are still being held in detention flowing may day riots in we heard it protesters vandalized shops vehicles president emmanuel macron has condemned the violence ethiopian jews have appealed to the president of israel to help them migrate that to be reunited with members of their families the request was made to president reuven rivlin by jewish representatives at the start of a state visit he's making to ethiopia that the sharp reactions to cohen's by the american rapper kanye west suggesting that the enslavement.

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"mohan" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Mojo say me and the those law within them man mohan among the borders so aw two yeah no the the hill them down yoenis room come on.

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"mohan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Mojo say me and the those law within them man mohan among the borders so aw two yeah no the the hill them down yoenis room come on.

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"mohan" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Something happened but irib something in the paper the rand paul had said he finally said that's enough is enough and he looks out his window and you know across the three acres of his property to rands property he sees rand mohan his lawn and he says i've had enough i'm going to go get that dude and then across he goes and now add something like that probably happened and if that's the case i think it says more about our society as a whole one of the things i said about the gun violence that we've seen recently as as likely we've had guns in this country for forever and yeah there has always been the occasional mashyut or going all the way back to a well above the the first when i remember was of the 70s the the the guy who climb the clock tower at kano i can't remember sinful metal jacket natural hair i remember it but you you look at stuff like that you said well there's always been some crazy people but we're entering a period in time where there is this huge breakdown in be in our moral compass and i acquaint a some of it to the fact that we're doing a lot more on social media and we've been detached as people and we don't communicate as well with one another as we should we've lost a piece of our humanity and time that happens life begins to be devalued and i just see this as an extension of that if i if i'm making an assumption here which i have to do based on the fact that there is absolutely no evidence as to why he was assaulted i have to equate this to a breakdown in our in our moral compass in america and really around the world and the fact that we are so detached from each other and we are we are so.

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"mohan" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mohan" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And they would have a market cap i believe it was like sixty million feather coin so that they want to be the bronze to like current silver that their market cap would be like two hundred billion they had faster confirmation times than mike quite does that all it takes the and people but it was the number is the way that like when poplars top was like well we're the silver to bitcoin's gold up your work will that make such the real world so clearly i should buy this uh knowing hiv point so i mean by extension you could argue that it's like horn should have gone the way of feather coin really become about that but you know the economic consensus is a really interesting bank and for very long time lake orange fundamental value proposition was that bitcoin needed a trade pair greg appoint or shown to break with john mohan we got two more segment will stay tuned we'll be right back i was just a search something i won't tell you what it is it may not be appropriate for radio bless you say it might just blew my mind about during the park more and more more to be determined after further examination uh hortop yet with john mohin uh who not only knows a lot about bitcoin below about a lot of radim strange obscure stuff as well uh about james franco in other things but a lot of good insight throw jonathan about all the stuff that's all i carry why we should have a mom or were often bible probably suits topics here going forward but i wanna i wanna ask you though it's it's relevant you're with us more about this party you had a you had a heart for a party last night or the now it yes we we celebrated the forecasting.

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