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Bringing human-like performance to AI custom voices with Zohaib Ahmed

VUX World

03:47 min | 3 months ago

Bringing human-like performance to AI custom voices with Zohaib Ahmed

"Kind of give us a bit of an intro to yourself into resemble the i on what doing what you do for sure so My name's hey. I'm the ceo and co pattern resembling. I we've been around for limit now. So we basically focus on building custom voices in links. Betty bushes forward in all sorts of direction so Helping with branding helping discover the right choice for you Controllability of the custom boys etc and the ad. What we've been Building a whole product line around. And i'm thinking. I said when i first come across. I don't know if it's still the same. Because i haven't was going through. The process is monitoring delaware three before it was literally as simple as going to the website recording a snippet of of audio on all of a sudden you've got gotta synthetic voice of the bulk of it is still. The process is is a bit monto to we. Basically it We made it really easy to build your own voice. You still in the way back. You recorded fifty sentences which takes about like maybe five to ten minutes depending on how fast read at the end of you. Have a voice built for you There we have entire pipeline where you're able to upload any sort of data to what's so if you know currently use a voice talent or If there's a voice talent you want to use You're able to kind of that data on your own and kind of uploaded directly as raw files and we handle the rest. We build voice from there So yeah there's there's not a lot of requirements since very flexible in how you go about it and looking at your website. You've got a lot of different applications like you're talking about digital characters something called resemble fill and and of course things like smart assistant says well so order. People using resembled alday four today mainly falls in two categories. Anyone that cares about roy. Spreading so You know if you are building in assistant or like a while excess scale etcetera where they may interfaces voice. You probably want that to be memorable voice something that represents your brand. Kate mentioned you have a website. You have mobile app already have said entity cut a shame. If you just kinda use a stock way. Some of the box for voice experience. Then we have some more exciting exciting things like vr and ar digital characters Games where we really showcase. How controllable these voices are so. It's not just building like texas feature engine where you type in stock and you get to read it but it's also about like how to the voices are what kind of performance you can get out of bit weekend. We range in customers at the end of the day. Everyone's focused on building the best voice possible and on top of that once. They have that branding in place where we really shy in his skill abilities so things that humans aren't able to today which is you know if you're running a call center and you have hundreds of calls per hour Or thousands of calls per hour thousands of agents How do you scale to that to that degree. You generate things faster than mealtime responses etcetera. There's a lot of blood of those things where you know. Unfortunately humans even though he can multitask colleagues have like a hundred conversations at the same time But subedi is very very good at that so yeah those are probably the two big reasons why you wanna use

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"monto" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

07:30 min | 7 months ago

"monto" Discussed on Back To Back

"To back. Let's go. Through Yes. So you've been pretty active on the streams right and if I'm understanding your right, you started that kind of early on in the lockdown like you one of the early adopters of the streaming paradigm. Well yeah and I mean, I've been I've been twitched partner for. Like five years now I did a couple of their the you know the for their first and second twitch con conferences and I performed there at the after party and through that I. also sort of learn to know what twitch is back. Then it was pretty much only a Gamer thing you know two, thousand, Fifty, I think my dad or sixteen was the first year that I I visited visited the twitch Khan and played there and sort of. Stream to. Randomly about weekly of for a couple of years and then I had a year or two sort of gap that I wasn't that active consistently, and now it was kind of easy to jump back in when the lockdown started and it looked like you know calendars empty. So you know something something to do and also something you know how to stay in touch with. My peeps of course, I mean, do you do you enjoy that kind of format? Like letting people into your studio, your private spaces and interacting with people that way. Yeah. I mean so I've always been this. I like to think of myself as quite approachable artist and I. I don't put myself on a pedestal or I don't surround myself with bodyguards and whatnot. So after shows live, I've you know go and shake hands and before covid I usually actually went on a dance floor during the last track or two or something, and you know I actually hung out in the crowd and. Whatnot and so this is very different but still quite similar you know. So you know the access or or letting letting people close not that new to me in that way but but obviously Streaming quite quite the different wants to than doing live shows and it's quite interesting I've spoken with many a DJ. Now how Most of us we we think that our DJ -ing live whenever that's possible. Again has sort of. Changed for for good because a lot of the DJ due out you know night after night and club after club country after country. And so on it's very It sort of this. A result driven sort of it's it's drop driven depends on what kind of genre you play but. But, I like to think that I don't. Compromise I play always the music that I that I like I sometimes might play a remix over really popular big track, even pop track or whatever but that's not because I want to be. compromising. Less because I. Actually liked the remix. A DJ can be smart and play something. That you know gets people hyped up and then they can throw in good bunch of not so no and stuff and whatnot. But it. Now realized that it's very much is drop driven for me. Even, though I play whatever I want. which they don't really each other out but I think doing the stream. Format. You're not tied to an hour to hour whatever time slot you can play longer. Also, you don't see people physically going out of their minds you know seed Jim. Sweating or jumping up and down. But you see them their comments and the comments actually surprised me like they like. A lot more stuff that I didn't think that they'd go crazy for. Like the lower tempo stuff and more progressive stuff, and it's not all about the drought because people are in the living rooms or wherever they are in their cars and. You know walking the dark or dog or you know long the lawn or something like that but they still enjoy the music and it's much more seems to me that it's much more like A. Like a listening actual listening. Exercise than it is jumping up and down because everybody's jumping up and down. Absolutely. I think that's just creates a very different DJ said and I really WANNA. Do like at least half and half what I did before and what I'm done on the Stream in future. Back to play live. Yeah. Yeah. I mean and you've been. Kind of just on the road steadily for for decades read I. Mean My impression of you is that you there was never really a time when you were off the road for a significant period of time. not really man like I. I've got two kids around both of their births I've taken. You know like month or two before and Monto to after. and. Then being back on the road like this, you know since since February I guess till now is definitely the longest I've been home during the last twenty years. Yeah. I mean how how is that been? Does that does that feel weird I'd have to discuss for me it's it's very weird. I've been on the road myself for decades plus and yeah, it's it's weird man you're catching me on a good week or day. About all right and say. there's so many factors you know starting from. I don't know if it's the biggest one sometimes it feels like it is but you know financial things you're you're thinking about those and career things like how is this going to affect everything, of course, everything and then you're thinking how is this GonNa? Do people want me back when everything is open again because he feels such a disconnect. to the usual life where the usual touring and stuff and being home all the time with my kids. It's amazing. Being home with the wife all the time. It's amazing at the same time. It's a huge shift in dynamics with the real in the relationship with the kids with with the wife even with friends and while. Those are sort of positive things being home, but it still takes adjusting. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Because everyone's. I've seen this in my own relationships, right because you establish sort of this is the way our life works. This is how we interact with each other. There's how much time we spend with each other, and then when those things change, even if it's a positive change, those changes take work and effort and mental adjustment, right? Absolutely I mean. I'm I'm the Lucky Guy, my my.

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"monto" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"monto" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Parents and them saying the same thing and I'm GonNa Choose. To listen to that deborah voice inside of me that. Says turnoff like don't don't believe the lies I open about very dark one win in my book several dark moments that. I was embarrassed that I went through or turned to certain things but By opening opening up. And sharing that I'm going to help someone else someone who feels like they're only way to cope is through shrinking their pain away I mean you know it's okay to have some wine and you know had hardware the may have a glass of wine of course that's fine but the way that I. Tried to escape their alcohol was very, very dangerous and I wrestled with putting that in the book so. There is a moment when There's so much going on around me. You know there's body shaming. The public having or it's felt like the public having a perception of me of Oshii is the weakest member she can't dance Her you know she's You'll never be anything more. than. Also internal things happening in the. Group. And feeling like I couldn't turn anybody for help These music executives I turn to one for help and he ended up. being very inappropriate with me. And I felt so humiliated and even more alone many things were happening to where one night I opened up an. Idea I wanted to escape a Monto scape the world and I ended up drinking myself to death basically I mean not to death literally but I. I literally drink myself until I got sick because I didn't want to live in my world that I was living in because of all the pain that I never shared with anybody and my manager came and found me. I feel lost. There's no hope I'll never be happy. things will never get better. I mean truly thinking these dark thoughts. And he was there to pick me up into comfort me. And say, Allie listen I know it's hard i. see what's going on I know it's brutal. This business is very, very, very brutal specially on young women. Out minded that there was hope and that God was with me. into rebuild out of that like what you so if the world is filling your head with notions that your the weakest link that you're terrible dancer that you're struggling with your body image. and. You're not reaching out to anybody for help. Now that you get it, they're sort of that wakeup moment what begins to be the internal dialog that you have to build this stuff back together is it just everybody's wrong is at work ethic like I can get better like how do you begin to build in a new direction? What is up activists? Hope you guys are enjoying this episode wanted to give a quick shout out to our sponsors, and then we'll get right back to it. Remember our sponsors are all hand shows. And we love these guys and think that they have something incredibly valuable to offer..

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"monto" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"monto" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Storm cat with sons. you like to see. That type of stuff happened on. and. Legacy carried forward, but in this case we'll have three crops and and hopefully. You know. It. It's tough I I, you know I remember saying repeatedly you know that we're excited for paedophile, Garo Rourke, and and you know that this. This was the chance for Judd Monto. Really Re boot the their. You know their stallion station. Portion You know after after some. Modest The temps you know here and there? WASN'T A. xbox fog thing. bookie stallion. Operation Ayu an empire maker With big wars and sold them. They made made money with him, and of course then he was brought back here. And subsequently guide, but they also had another unbridled song. Who sold the Saudi Arabia? The that's Inter- I can't remember his name now because. Of My bad. That mizzen mast. He's got isn't mass there because they had another bottle song? You remember him. and. You know she had the the eclipse award winning filly for them. they bred philly under their. Sort of other label milk limited.

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Difference Between a Maker and an Engineer in the Maker Movement

3D Printing Today

07:24 min | 1 year ago

Difference Between a Maker and an Engineer in the Maker Movement

"Been this series of articles by a fellow who we've talked about on the show before Michael Mola's Hugh who's thankfully been around for quite a while and has not walked away like so many others have because they didn't get rich quick or something But he he's sticking to it and he's been writing a series of articles about the maker movement since make media went kind of bankrupt. They've re the make media folks have reinvented themselves into nonprofit and from what we hear Dale dougherty the guy who He didn't actually started. He started with The fellows O'Reilly Timaru Riley and Tim O'Reilly said ticket. And he got up and left and made his own little thing and and he and from what we hear. He has taken his own money and purchased from the holders. The people that owned the the properties to everything To get at the content and the titles and the names and things so supposedly Dale dougherty. Now Kinda owns it and what we hear. He's looking at making it into a nonprofit which sounds good. I think that might be the better way to go. And we'll talk about why in a second but mister you has kind of featured What's been happening to this? I'm using my finger. Air Quotes Maker Movement One thing about Mr use articles that he's never really stated explicitly and we would like to is the distinct and explicit difference between a maker and an engineer. So let's make something clear. People have been making things for quite a while. We've had the wheel for a while. Now it's just a few years. I didn't get invented when make make magazine came out. You know the fact. We've had these people. These strange beings go by the handle engineer for quite a while. Now but what's the difference between an engineer and a maker and there is a difference. I mean you can be an engineer and a maker of course sure but we believe that. There is an explicit distinction. That makes a person a maker versus engineer. And that's a person who's making something just for the sake of making it. They're not making it to meet a specific objective for some external pressure. Thing like you got to make this. They're not they're not. There's no gold. There's no necessarily a contract or a thing that has to be fixed because nobody really needs a life-size animated giraffe that they can drive around make refer cool and nobody really needs a giant statue with flames coming out of who knows what orphans. You really don't have. Don't give them any ideas. And if we look at the roots of the even the maker Faire and make media they themselves went to the artists from the burning men community and brought them in along with the folks who were the. What do you call them again? The the Jules Verne fanatics that water steam pulse team. And they do things just for the sake doing for the fun of it for the art of it for their motion of it and and we believe that defines a maker. That's what makes them maker and there's some differences in that in that light because now a maker does not necessarily mean they're an engineer. They could be an artist. Could be musician. They could just be a ten year old kid. Who's not sure what? What are your she wants to be or do that. But it sounds like fun to make this thing. That could be fun. It would be cool water. Some of the more impressive things you see more. Technically complex things you see are being made by people who are in their day jobs engineers and some of the ten year old kids grow up to become engineers because they were inspired by it in their in their youth. But but yeah. I think you're right in the. The central motivation is different now. Going to a university and interviewing some engineering. Phd's about the maker Movement. Is that kind of problematic? Because are they makers well? Yeah they're makers doing things for the fun of it. Some of them are the market. They've they've got their their budgets. They have to meet. They've got their students that got to teach the their goal directed there. I mean they could be makers they monto sit back and develop something fun. That's well within the realm of reality for them but that's not that's not their career. They're not making a career as a quote maker. Very few people do right. And as such what has to question if the whole idea of a maker movement makes sense for a financial endeavor probably not Does the maker Movement make sense as the basis for stem Maybe to get the initial interest. Yeah it's motivating that would be great but as the foundation for Stem I. I don't I don't think so. I think traditional education environments are essential for stem. You still have to learn the basics you still have to have the foundations all right and to be an engineer. You still have to know details that most makers just don't want to sweat sure but you can you can when you're trying to get kids motivated to learn stuff showing them you know some application of it that that interests them. Yes is much much more important. Oh Yeah Oh sure I mean I. It's it's in my opinion. It's a lot more fun than shooting at Aliens on screen sure area. But but I mean I I I show my kids. You know something that they're interested in. They're interested in building. Somebody I say okay well. Here's here's you know how you start but then you need your math. You Gotta learn this math in order to do this process. You know all right. So there's some motivation to learn some math skills that ordinarily most young folks say. Why do I need this? Yeah well you need it. In order to make the bullet go further right exactly. The Little Arrow go further at that. Get that piece to fit better. Whatever and this was never made clear by Mr you in any of his articles each simply kind of like most of the make media related kind of stuff just kind of glossed over the fact that there is a big difference between Disciplined Foundation Engineering and shoot from the hip having fun maker. Let solder it together and see if it works. It doesn't make is not synonymous with open source. No I don't agree with that Open source has a strong engineering foundation. All Open source came came from the software world. I mean I remember the early. Pdp Lebanon's they. The deck people sat here. It's open source that you could play with it and do whatever you want with it. But in the end we want in right and a lot of that is happening in this commune. This word. Yeah we do see that So it's not automatically you know. Open source equals maker. No I don't agree with that But there is overlap. Yeah definite overlap But that doesn't equate open source does not equate to the maker.

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Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology with David Chung, Head of Carewell Health

Outcomes Rocket

10:20 min | 1 year ago

Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology with David Chung, Head of Carewell Health

"It's a true privilege to have you here on the podcast. David thanks for joining. You're welcome so what else would you like to highlight to the listeners. And in particular sure I'd like to know more about why you get into the medical sector I really I really gunned medical sector with more like faith or I'm actually patient myself. You've got into it because I know in the world business you can create efficiency drive everything better and faster but one thing that hurts the most my mom always say health is wealth when you Harvard Heaven Heart attack. You have a need a disease. You don't have any choices at you or healthy. You cannot work unit a healthy Network you can approve table as more of everyone in have health and I wanted to bring health to everyone and as important as it pointed to me as if everyone because this family history not really would house genetically. While I think that's a great great call out David and health is wealth and I I would say even more right and and so when we discuss this topic when I had the chance to connect beforehand the difference between merely innovating versus marketing ad love to dive into that idea with the listeners. Here what are your thoughts on that. Why is it important? Boyce important because health off is actually look at us as Is everyone everyone should I could literally innovate anything or anybody could innovate in even a lot. The things is actually very successful patient population but how is it being disseminated to be able to deplore to everyone. That's the key ticket. For example you know. I could develop a very popular wherever devices to measure a lot of is the ultimate data. What happened this devices actually auto reached because it's too excessive or is the incorrectly market specifically concentration of chronic disease patients? Where while it could actually push every single patient to be used to predict AH prevent improve preventive healthcare? So that's important is try not to focus Problem with just for the chronic disease population focus focus in overall health population even outside at hostile and try market at a very affordable way is a challenge. Not only for me for every every other big giant companies industry too. I think it's a really great call out. You know inside if you innovate. That's not necessarily enough. You gotta be able to market canalization and make it available and so tell us a little bit of bounce The work that you do at CARE well and Intel L. Life-science the division there. What are you guys doing to market is better? We're doing artificial intelligence business so we all know. Aw patient data to create an artificial intelligence engine that can protect heart disease. Our example will be a typical patient will call nine one one when they have heart attack. What I have is I've artificial intelligence that can predict it your impending beating a diseases patients before he coronado want desperate? But how do we even market that right now. We have to be simple. Look at today's physicians. Right you have your servers yet this machine. Yeah that machine you have this platform that there's no enough for the lock and everything in the world. It got five six seven opening. The last I want to do is is to be another provider Provider to add another platform for you to look at but it might strategy of Marketing Shoe Polish. It connects with the most well-known system other and create platform is open ended. Were any solution can plug it in and just going to one place and and seamlessly get all the data where you want Monto of patient if you want a strategy has been doing this for treating well so make it simple. Simple is really elitist. Keep the time should be spent on patients. Not Looking data lock in a couple of websites forgot the password funds love. It adds a great call out and sounds like you guys have a quick way into the market. Give us an example. So have you guys. Launched or you still in development we are in what we develop. This technology was span around hundred. Fifty million dollars has a database about one hundred times more than the recent study study for Mayo Clinic and is highly accurate. Cmr's of the approve currently there. Are Anybody be able to compete with this. This but my challenge is dead active legion. How they launch to let the PUCK? Nobody's advanced technology. We are launching this. The first face aid North America United States and through telehealth platform. You're out that form. Why don't you just click the button here? Go a power you can have all your decisions positions within five seconds Patient's heart disease attack before it happens. So that's one way to do it. October second will be launching California so waiver very excited about that. Hopefully hopefully I could give a good speech WHOA about Well listen it's around the corner and you're saying one of the ways people will be able to get access if they're currently using your telehealth platform. What telehealth platform is that? I can say okay. Gotcha but it's a very popular. Well known to have platform at the partnership as a partnership. Got It Ganic. I think it's very well know is even Nastase using the same platform that stay NASA so's secure will say very cool while a great opportunity around the corner to access a and clinical decision support predictive analytics. It's is all very exciting. And and so these types of advances don't happen easily and so I love to hear from you David what you believe. Steve is maybe a setback. That you guys had in the development of this technology that that led to a big Aha and the reason why the platforms a strong as it is today time I would say time and resources is also very shortly. The the need for this is important that makes us to say a how we did a southwest problem so look a statistically America has about twenty million adult population should diagnose a heart diseases for me as a matter for me to spend a hundred million dollars for this. Doesn't Miss Three dollars. Persian it that if I could predict heart disease for three dollars now you could reduce our yard business reduce I could predict heart attack so you have planned surges Ah-ha aw for patients actually were diagnosed incorrectly. And then now they just misdiagnosis the reimbursement. Denial so the wrong is a drugs lawsuits. All those will be gone off so I think it makes sense so that was a moment that we had. Why don't we do this? Challenge this artificial intelligence artificial intelligences It is as simple as training childhood how to read a book you could feed thousand before the trial and to peace city Components one does look as clean and actor is medical data Structural Vice and second of all you also have to have Train to chop off a redesign. It's just gonNA feed this data. Will they call machine learning that. Resell you happen when I tell them Santarpio's bunch of books they not gonna a lot. The Sun rip in launching public in do positions Galore. Exactly so kind to write. You know you gotta continue doing this again a and again again every time you make an error my certified urologist Learning Brain Multiple iterations to have you as later under fifty million dollars and got it work for the cost of a microcosm healthcare is we. We need to fall from patients. aspirated arrayed that knows the heart diseases. Often patients No they had it Heart disease patients publishes. Yeah yeah no that's Fascinating work and so the data I. I'm sure a lot of people are wondering like where did you guys get all this data and Intel is a self self insured employer is that were a lot of it is coming from Lo- low. Data's actually coming from outside the front country so I do have wait. We're into a partnership with Intel. Actually Building Custom Air Could actually process artificial intelligence Without the Internet. So that's a strong arm about Intel. The latest Acknowledging Open Dino over platform showed if endurance is actually sixteen times faster. What that means is that you know? I'm thinking about your laptop. That has a gate Ram. I am sixty times that I don't even as similar so I can I can. It's been okay. I at the speed that allows us to make decision making a great lot faster more accurate and so so intel has a chip that will be able to be empathy. I guess used in a lot of these devices has correct. Yes and we are a very large manufacturer so example would be Active put a chip in Device with an ambulatory instantly is going to be diagnostics. NFC APPRO- and you do not eat is complete disconnect connected. You don't need to connect to anything. No Internet no network. You don't need. Aws You didn't even zero That can also be applied into Help us now. You can diagnose patients remote even in Africa is we do have project with a gauge invasion to fascinating fascinating work and the promises is pretty

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Find Me by André Aciman

Bookworm

07:34 min | 1 year ago

Find Me by André Aciman

"I'm Michael Silver Blah this bookworm and talking with us about his new book find me published my fair Strauss seru through which follows characters from. Call me by your name into their future in that book. And in this the characters fall in love and pardon me for saying so but Andre you've defer aligned golfing gestures in the novel. I don't know anyone who does with this as well as you do. You break the characters from their shell until they're perceiving each other's hearts and that's what you want yes you want them to achieve a degree of at least alleged talk or perceived or sort of experienced intimacy to get close to someone. You just don't need. It's not just the body in need to get the whole thing the whole package and what these characters find that they liked doing is revealing themselves unabashedly to to the point where they have no more secrets and I think that in my own life and I think in anybody's life the people to whom we have confessed everything we have to confess. Fats are the people that we trust and therefore truly love yes and you see these characters speak repeatedly when we first meet them about wanting their autonomy. But in fact this is about losing their autonomy surrendering their autonomy to someone who can be trusted with it. Yes is isn't it the best thing in the world to basically have someone that you can totally totally trust and And also because you trust them totally the I also make you feel that you're not a NEB issue not a city person. You actually quite lovable. They make you understand that you are not only desirable but that you can actually like yourself be who you are because you're okay these two levels only by your name and following join me are novels another tradition as well. They're novels in which a piece of music assimilates memory and becomes the modus operandi of the plot the memory Marie of a piece of music sustains the action of fine me in particular and and could you talk what are the other great novels that are shaped around music. We both know the answer to the one. His obvious is fruits. And the other one is Thomas. Monto I think But the the what I wanted from music is there's a moment in enigma sigma variation with the father. And the son. Have just discovered the DEA belly variations by Mozart and all they do is say they tell each other the way people used to do jokes number twenty three three or number thirty one and they say oh yes. That's a beautiful one you know. And they're talking about the thirty first variation by Beethoven and at some point the father walks walks the little castle on the top of the hill. And it's an old demolished castle and they sit there looking at the other bank of their see where cities and the father says They're talking about Beethoven's is our hope. You will remember for the day when that we sat here looking over on the mainland with a flickering lights at night And the son says what do you mean for the day when the father says you know exactly what I mean by what so I think music and Having somebody extremely close to you as the father and son are and has many of my fathers and sons tend to be in my books. there's There's a bond that is created and you want to Route the memory of a moment With music because music becomes sort of the organ an of an entire definition of time and in my in my case Music is also. I have music in my books. But it's not not really there as a soundtrack which many people it's not for this is when you talk about music and you talk about the condenser by Mozart or the Beethoven Toben Quartet that they are listening to What you're talking about is the very best that has been ever created by mankind? And you're talking about entering thing is shown when you mentioned the Quartet you entering into zone of high series. We're no longer dealing here with mundane. Every day. Very time bound things things were entering a difference though where everything is above ground where we're basically not even on earth but can you hear music and look in your head no I have very little memory of music. In fact I can sing some things when the shower. So so on but I can't read music. I've never read music in my whole life. So this is all acquired passively as it were by listening because I love listening listening I like chamber music particularly so I I listen I can hear the first second violin and then I can hear the cellos when it comes in when it starts the piece. It's it's yes a a good quartet will let you hear. Every single instrument doesn't have to be fantastic recording even a bad recording can give you those if they're playing well so so ultimately is fine me a good quarter. I I think it is it It has has all the cities that I've loved. It is has four cities each one. I've loved or sort of at times not liked and so on but they are cities that that I have had a relationship with and continue to even if I don't visit many of them yes I think that by the end we discover that it's not time or life that is the subject resumption is the subject of the spoke beginning again. And finding that you can that life. It's been waiting for you and found you found you yes. Is it a wonderful when life finds us. It's it's incredible. It's the best thing in the world. People like to call the stroke of luck but as you say in this book it's more likely destiny. You know what I believe in fate but not in the fate that we all think of. I think that there are moments in our lives. That are so magical that you see. It could not have been accidental. I know it's an accident but it means so much that it has to have been orchestrated or as proofs would say organized by some some higher deity. You don't have to believe it but it seems that way

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"monto" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Monto purchase medication. Sometimes you're purchasing it. And you don't really know where the medication came from. You don't know how any veterinary prescribed medication had to come from event Marion, but you don't really know where it went from whenever that person had ordered it and gave it to that huge online supplier, or not. So you don't know if it sat in a truck in Texas and got really hot in. Maybe it's not affecting any more. You don't know anything. So we're really dedicated to making sure that our customers, we don't even keep medications in stock. We actually write port up prescriptions. So we don't even have inventory to manage so that also helps keep our costs low. So we can have on the Ford ability to customers, but we get him a Puerto put prescription and they can feel that in the WalMart pharmacy or they can go online, you know in in twos to purchase it from a reputable accredited pharmacy. So that's one of the things are really dedicated to is to make sure that they when they do purchase of, like. A fleet product that they're getting the best quality sleep product that was, you know, everyb- you can know exactly where it came from. It didn't end you know, fall off the truck someplace New Jersey and end up on online somewhere. We really like that. And then, again, working with WalMart, and they have the everyday low prices, the rebel to come in get their pets scene, and they'd walk right over to the pharmacy and pick up their medicine. So it's all back to convenience and affordability. Yeah. And that makes perfect sense to me, too. And one of the things that I would like to add to that is besides not knowing where some of these medications are coming from like you said, they can sit in to, you know, in an environment that's not temperature controlled the other thing to mention here is that the drug manufacturers for these reputable drugs. They're often ready to step up and are willing to cover the cost of any sort of failure with the drug right? So if I if, if you give your pet a flea and take medication and the next month, your pet has lime disease, you can actually go back to that drug man. You. Factor if you purchase them from a reputable seller and say, my dog has lime disease, your product didn't work and they will cover the cost of treatment. Is that right? Exactly. And that's another thing. It's like buying. You don't even buy it's like a free insurance policy was, so when you purchase your product from a reputable pharmacy like pharmacy, and something, you know, it's not effective. You can contact the company, the manufacturer will stand behind it. If you purchase it someplace like on EBay, Amazon or someplace else, and you don't know where it came from the likely won't won't cover it. So that's another reason why whenever you are purchasing products. That make sure you're always pushing for someone who's a credited pharmaceutical company. Exactly. So all right. So we're gonna take another short break here. We're going to hear a message from our sponsors never come back and talk about why we're got on the phone today..

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"monto" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Good evening, everyone. I'm barbed wire reporting. Live for W O. W TV. And here I am on the theme where the local boot escaped ostrich appears to have been phone. Rebbe the hardness of wing with the ostriches wearing them. Hardest perfect gift. Drying? Not be a dream, come through. High mother. Mother. No. What are you doing here? Going side and watch me on TV. Good kennison's distracting. The news. We're joined by soap identified neighborhoods, new ten actually, I prefer the term meddler actually I prefer the term rubber Nick. No. Actually, I prefer the term quick note who thirties, believe drove the getaway scooter as the ostrich, and it's a complice fled the zoo Dennis. Oh, no, no. That couldn't that couldn't have been me. They must have been someone else. Yeah. Yes. Definitely someone else with an amazing fidora an expertly driving a getaway scooter, while not spilling my Doritos. Got it great now helping Monto my back. Getting yourself. How? Right. Up. Service. In the prising twist that no one saw coming it appears that the fleeing ostriches accomplice is flying this scene. Join us this evening for night night, news at eleven as we cover her inevitable fall from grace for..

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News in Brief 19 February 2019

UN News

03:21 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 19 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Some one million Syrians, including hundreds of thousands of displaced people are in an extremely vulnerable situation. The U N High Commissioner for human rights said on Tuesday with the recent uptick in violence against Italy, and it surrounding areas High Commissioner Michelle Basch Alette painted a picture of large numbers of civilians, including women and children living an intolerable existence and called on all parties involved to protect civilians in accordance with international law. They are trapped between escalating hostilities bombardment on one hand she said and on the other are forced to live under extremist rule and fighters who regularly carry out targeted killings objections and arbitrary detention civilians continue to be used as pawns by the various parties said the High Commissioner, I call on them to provide safe passage to those who wished to flee while those who wished to remain must. Also, be protected as much as possible turning to Yemen significant progress is being made in implementing the Stockholm peace deal, which less December between government, and who the leaders you went special on boy Martin Griffiths told the Security Council, Mr. Griffiths said that under the strong leadership of the head of the UN operation monitoring a ceasefire in Yemen's key port of data. The parties have agreed that the first step of the data. Redeployment plan would be from the ports of Salif and Ross ISA step two will be from who data port, which remains the humanitarian lifeline for Yemenis on the edge of famine this will facilitate humanitarian access to the Red Sea mills which he explained holes enough food to feed three point seven million people for a month. The herb is I reported before been signs of increased civilian activity in her data and the people of the city. Are already at this very early day j- seeing some tangible benefits from the significant and consistent decrease in hostilities in that area as a result of the Stockholm agreement Mr. Griffiths saw the positive movements as a sign that the parties are committed to keeping up the momentum saying they reinforced trust and shall political. Will he indicated that it was time now to find a political solution to bring this conflict to a close? Meanwhile, the UN refugee agency UNHCR said Tuesday that despite record levels of worldwide forced displacement, less than five percent of refugee resettlement needs were met in twenty eighteen resettlement is a life saving tool that involves relocating refugees from an asylum country to one where they can live permanently. However, this happens only for a fraction of the world's refugees. UNHCR spokesperson shabby a Monto told reporters in Geneva. That of the estimated one point two million refugees in need of resettlement in twenty eighteen less than fifty six thousand were actually resettled. Moreover in twenty nineteen an estimated one point four million refugees who are currently residing in sixty five refugee hosting countries worldwide will need resettlement Liska, Fiji, U N news.

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"monto" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And welcome back. Donna and Steve on mytalk one zero seven one, everything entertainment. Thank you for listening. We appreciate you do. It's the twelve days of my talk host. Yeah. Oh, we need to listen to yours today because you are up Steve shoot duck. Why here it here? Go on the day of Christmas. Steve sent to me. Five. Living-rooms three pokey Monto creepy doll and a Sal. Steph's on Santa's nice list and MRs Claus is nice smelling. Let's find out what producer Ryan rings us Monday on mytalk one. It's like a cable knit sweater knew. What could it be? I think it could be. Yes. Let me think loud noises. Sweaters are good one six six. Cable knit sweaters. Six our cartoons. A swimming six sucks. Sweat sweating civic. A hundred sweating. Schick super bent loafers. No. I don't know either. We'll find out tomorrow. I can't wait Ryan, listen, it doesn't matter. What happens Ryan's got a new found confidence? Yeah. Just got accepted. He just got a seat assignment at tomorrow's company holiday party. Not wait to hear all about it. But now we decided that if Whitney asks that the TCL staff wanted me to be at the table because I don't wanna seem desperate. I want to be oppressed. People in front of Whitney. Weiner were like weirder.

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"monto" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You know, and then db row with the two of them rolling around knocked it away they called it differently. But if they say Kelly mines Neave was down. They didn't run the clock when they. Set the ball. And when they took the interception away from LSU in the fourth quarter. Then when they had the three second play because monotone it out of bounds or something like that. And he spiked the ball. They didn't start running the clock when he did the snap. And they kept the one they had it the one second on the clock. I know that was coach owes gripe to some the sports local sports writers, no yesterday. But in that first overtime. I mean, even in the NFL that tied in the ball got jaw loose. He caught the ball facing his quarterback. He turned around to two steps. And then the db hit him and the ball came loose and LSU recovered in the field of play that should have been a fumble LSU would've won by field goal. I have never seen anything like that before in my life. The referees beside that let both teams play most of the game. I think am held more offenses. Then LSU did. But I know LSU hell there was a couple of questionable possible enough. It's 'cause that were not called, you know, I know how the LSU DB's are. And they got lucky sometimes and nothing was called. But they let him put the boys play, and then they're going to get nit picky. Like that. Does a lot of talk here post game Saturday night about on that spike at a ball with one second left in the fourth quarter that there should have been run off for legal formation. I did at almost midnight. I wasn't thinking legal formation. So I didn't notice that. But it was a weird situation. And that they at least should have been penalized for delay of game. Because it was a long time and the roughly stood right over the ball. Wait for Kelly Monto leave JIMBO Fisher on the sidelines and go back to play. And that's just my gripe. I mean ALP I'm not too far. That's like I say I've been. Watching college football for a long time. Now, paul. Bill. Thank you very much for.

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"monto" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"It is flap didn't end up in your lap until takeoff say syrup. Can you move your flap out of my lap? And he said, Nope. It's where it is. Now that I'm gonna say I'm gonna have to get a flight attendant. Have you moved to another seat? Maybe there's a child on this plane who will take less space in the seat next flap could could suffocate a young child not safe. Wow. I feel like I feel like you would consider actually doing that. But I don't I don't believe you'd go through with it. I'd resolved the issue. You would tell somebody to get their their their obesity out of your your bubble. I would say can you move over a little bit? I would do it very respectfully I've been obese. I know how uncomfortable it is to be in a space where you can't move. Actually that was like the determining factor for me to lose weight because I was fifteen and I didn't have any space in my desk, and it was uncomfortable. I'll tell you I've been at not the exact same thing. But I've gone to Bush gardens when the couldn't lock me in. Oh, man, Monto Monto. I've I've been denied Monto before. Me and you want to know what they need a new pro loved people Busch garden's. Great, but they will make a scene they'll bring three or four people in there just to try and force it on you. You laugh, but that's. Oh my gosh. Am I gonna fitness? Okay. But I'm I'm not laughing was your big among the dedication a rider, right? If a guy tries to push the lap bar down. And it doesn't work. I'm getting up. I'm not waiting for him to call five was friends over to make even a bigger scene, and humiliate me more is it okay or not okay to complain and possibly even sue because you have a fat flap in your lap. If there's a fat man pushing you on a plane one eight hundred seven seven one one or two five seven two seven five seven nine one or two five you can act high and mighty Seth. But you're going to be the first guy to I don't know if you'd come back for money, I'm not I'm not coming back for money. I'm not I'm not telling a man to to to remove some of his extra weight for my area, unless it's actually physically spilling over on me. And then what you what are you gonna do other than humiliate this guy? Well, first of all we need to understand that this man Prosser is five foot three. Okay. So he's just a little guy. He's just a little guy being crushed by fat flap and he suffered nerve damage nerve damage and a pelvic injury leaving him with continual back spasms. I I think this guy's got a case. He's he's got no case. How did how did our next calls 'cause all these injuries? Well, really, it's it it should be up to what do you do like if somebody gets on the plane, they they take your bag, and they put it into a little box. Right. When you come on the plane. You know, if you have a carry on they'll say, oh stick this in here. So maybe they should have like Adam us, mitt parks. When you have to try out the seat at the front. Maybe you try out the seat of the plane. The. Before you get on whose side, are you on this, John? I can't tell.

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"monto" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That's what they're trying to get you to do. Don't do it. That's what they're trying to get you. The countdown is on the most important midterm elections in a generation immigration healthcare retreat for gun control. It's a ball on the ballot this year and MSNBC helps you make sense of it all we putting on the issues at stake and breaking down the critical races that will determine control of congress from morning Joe until last vote is counted for MAC is future. Tuesday, November sixth on MSNBC. Steve. Said that me down here. What are you a yellow booger? I'm a banana slug Steven, well, what are you doing in my room to get you? Remember me kimchi near me. Who misses me? You know? Oh, you in the cheese, the pan get new that you made other branches we miss you Monto forest last year. I misled Steven it took me a long time to get here. Oh, I guess it makes sense. Is that four way have an adventure today? I'm sure you man, we take you. You're right. I should get out. I wanna have fun playing puddles. Catch frogs and climb trees. Hey, mom. Stephen is that in your hand. It's nice sense of adventure. Mom, it's telling me we need to get out of the house as the nature today. Come to the forest where the more adventurous you lives, check out discovertheforest dot org for cool places nearby. Brought to you by the US forest service and the Ad Council..

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"monto" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Mixergy

"So I did malting for six months, then they offered me a role in an all which. Yeah, it's it's basically the person who's looking in your geniuses new talent to to sign up to forge deals with anyone. Good. You started at that point in the video. So so you remember video thing VHS, I was signing deals with us Nazis. Do bitch S's to do video releases. So it was stand up comedy fitness was kids priming. So I was out there to comedy clubs. Going to see shows and seeing if we turn them into your video. I understand your methodology today. You're looking online for somebody who's a rising star. And there's some indicators when someone's a rising star. I understand what you are doing. That Warner where you were saying look this guy, Hugh, he's got a big following. I could see how people would be attracted him when you were just looking in the clubs. What were you looking for that would tell you that people would actually buy the VHS tapes? How someone's a winner with information? It was a little bit. Like a manual version of what we do now. So you would be scaring all mated you could to see where he talks about a more a money. Cropping up because discovery most days was only through to a you didn't would mouth on the comedy circuit. You would obviously be looking talked about reviewed, but also then just what caused size venue, selling what kind of reaction against the crafts, you sit there and see the of yourself, and then watch how that develops you you keep an eye on someone if they were moving maybe the TV show, you think you're going in the direction, and then you started I'm going to skip ahead a little bit you then in two thousand three started the rights company a business that you sold three years later to Warner Music entertainment. What was the rights company? So we haven't what I've been doing within within PolyGram comical momentum pitches doing that just while describing and set up an independent company to do that. So what we would do is. We try spot up cheesy with talent. I we go on an option with them whether. They were comedian or sportsman or whatever it was we try and tight as writes the name the company, then we were trying license the Monto big companies sort of flip them for more money. So we try and sign them quickly. And then sell them on the move evil and keep the difference. So by then it wasn't the rights that you bought because you already had sold them all what was it that they were buying. They will I think what really about point. They would expanding capabilities within the business. They wanted us it amusement company to evolve from being a record label to being what I described a three sixty solutions for office on a big pot that was content. A we would good at thinking about content ideas. Looking pro cheese too about talent with with visual programming time. High.

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Saudi prosecutors say Khashoggi killing was premeditated

Total Information AM

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi prosecutors say Khashoggi killing was premeditated

"Including the maximum strength light a game available that prescription they numb aggravated nerves for affective lasting relief for Aleve. Try would I use? Salonpas light Kane plus in the silver box with the Blue Wave. Steve. Said that me down here. What are you a yellow booger? I live in nanny slug, Steven what are you doing in my room and your sense of adventure? It's been a long time since we've had an adventure in the Monto features the forest last year, I'm slug Steven it took me a long time to get here. You're right. I should get out. Yeah. I did not that far away. Hey, mom. Come to the forest where the more adventurous you lives. Check out. Discover the forest dot org for cool places nearby. Brought to you by the US forest service and the Ad Council. WCBS news time, it's one zero three. I'm Michael Phillips L E in the six eighty WCBS. Marilyn news center city of Baltimore audits, says the city's police department can't effectively track officers hours or prevent overtime fraud and overspending because of a reliance on antiquated systems police, and the mayor of said overtime is mainly caused by an officer shortage the city council be asked today to again approved the use of twenty one million dollars in excess tax revenue to pay for police overtime Enron do county. Police have confirmed that human remains were found Tuesday evening behind a church in Glen Burnie. The remains were discovered. By a citizen behind the church of the good shepherd on and county. Detectives are investigating Maryland drivers are doing double take on Halloween display in Baltimore County while traveling west Joppa road, he's not dead. He's a real dummy. Tim Luebbe says the dummy dressed as a construction worker lies face down on the edge of his front yard at Joppa road. One driver said she turned the car around after a sixteen year old son spotted the dummy she says his positioning made him seem much more realistic. But ultimately, she found it funny in sports Thursday night football the four and three Houston Texans hosts the foreign three Miami Dolphins in the NFL game tonight in college football number thirteen West Virginia trying to regroup after its first loss of the season, they host Baylor and number twenty five Appalachian state takes its first ranking in program history into a cell sunbelt showdown against longtime rival Georgia. Southern your weather. Channel forecast is next guys has a little blue pill. Let you down again. Have you tried everything and nothing's working? We have men's health LTD dot com. Ken and will help we've helped thousands of men in Maryland regain. Gained their manhood. We don't want you to hear this. Hey, it's okay. We'll try again this weekend when she's really thinking not again, I wish he would just fix it for me when what you should be hearing is. Wow, a men's health LTD dot com. We know we can help fix it for her. So until the end of the month, we're offering a fix it for her appointment with our medical professionals for one hundred and fifty five dollars during your visit. Also, check your testosterone and your PSA at no charge. This is a savings of well over one hundred dollars. And if you don't see positive results during that visit the visits free again if you don't see positive results during that. Visit the visit is free. Call now four four three eight nine to seventy to ninety two four four three eight nine two seven to nine two or set the appointment at fix it for her dot com. Four four three eight nine two seven to nine two or fix it for her

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"monto" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Said that to me down here. What are you a yellow booger? Banana slug Steven well, what are you doing in my room adventure? Don't you? Remember me Ganci near did. We miss. You miss me. Who misses me, you know? Oh you. The trees. For that you made at branches we miss you Monto faces the forest last year misled Steven it took me a long time to get here. Oh, I guess it makes sense. This forest is not that far away. Have an adventure today. I'm sure you man, we take you're right. I should get out. I wanna have fun playing puddles. Catch frogs and climb trees. Hey, mom. Stealing. Hand. Is there? A sense of adventure. Mom is telling me we need to get out of the house as the nature today. Come to the forest where the more adventurous you lives. Check out. Discover the forest dot org for cool places nearby. Brought to you by the US forest service and the Ad Council. When you go on a vacation or to any event, you know that you want to have the best pictures ever, right? I mean, I thought I took some pretty good pictures that I posted on Instagram of my road trip. But but the new iphone ten s and the true depth camera that it is offering that kind of taken it to another level camera has smart HDR and advanced portrait mode and depth control to make sure those portraits are looking stunning, and then video recording you can get up to sixty frames per second and stabilization so that there are a little bit smoother. And when it comes to sound on the iphone ten s it is a wider.

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"monto" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"High school needs to be a safe zone construction could start as soon as next summer, and parents are worried it'll be a dangerous distraction. You could imagine all the toxic carcinogenic methane gas. That's going to be coming up. In addition to the noise vibrations. It's going to be a disaster. Metro says plans were approved back in two thousand twelve and the project will take seven years to complete a spokesman says so far all attempts to stop it have failed. Monica Rix, KFI news. Some people infected with typhus in willowbrook have been hospitalized. LA county. Health officials say none of the four people to get the infection was homeless health officer Monto Davis says typhus spreads through fleet. Make sure that you don't have any food or water outside like for pets. Make sure your trash cans or securely closed. Besides the county has had more than sixty cases of typhus this year. The biggest outbreak was on skid row. So people in Japan are getting their own. Address for the first time in almost seventy years. Living in a ten acre neighborhood in cities saga Yama district have been sharing the same address since nineteen fifty since then cards and letters end up at the wrong address dinner guests drive around and around trying in vain to locate their hosts, home, car navigation systems are rendered useless. The city's finally address the address problem and says by early next year each house will have its own street number some old timers aren't too happy about it. They say they've gotten used to sharing an address with two hundred fifty of their closest neighbors and don't find it a burden at all Amy king KFI news. Traffic from your helpful socal Honda traffic center. We're gonna situation in echo park on the one one. That's right. It's going to be on the northbound side at Glendale boulevard. A broken down car blocking the right lane. It's going.

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"monto" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"Seven year relationship because sometimes set relationships that can get that runs the gamut of great lazy short long, like every adjective you can apply to sex, I feel cover and it's. You've had all every single type a sex possibly. Have you try to do the romantic Dane quickies public thing at least warn you like car like a room, like a kitchen, including their kitchen. Like the stupidest thing, I think knowing room with a whole bunch of candles like people think that's sexy, and I just wanted to let everyone know if you fucking a room with a whole bunch of candle. It's hot as fuck. A lot you ever see like how many candles over twenty probably was like close to twenty and like my God for it. And that's a lot of candles. Get those battery operated. Amazing though. She came down. She was like, oh, my beautiful, the bachelor. This is like, she thought it was romantic, but midway through you both like this hot. I never thought so because I had that many cans before really. Guys, that's all you really need like you don't need that all my children soap opera Cam, just if I could something like flies during the throw pillow. Yeah, you fall asleep. Underwear on the ground. It lands and a candle. Okay. So I have a question, so I'm in this phase. I don't even know if guys do this. So that's, that's my main question. Two guys do this. I'm in this phase right now where I'm not seeing an. It's been four, five months since the break-up a not seeing anybody. I don't have any desire to see anybody, but I'm really taking masturbation and hanging out with myself to a whole new level by buying and wearing lingerie just for me. And I mean, I'm sure you do that, but like lighting candles and taking an hour on purpose. Monto we're game. I want from regular boxes. The boxer briefs. Do you feel separate here briefly, sex. Dame feel sexier in them? Yeah, form food and Yoda. Imagine your body a little bit more like. Basically alone, fuel yourself for like like an hour and like masturbate for a while. Like, do you do that one of those kind of masturbation? I like I like if I, if I don't have a busy day or like my to gather my schedule. Yeah. I go at myself and have have a little bit fun cut in a lot set aside some time out of people don't understand why people feel so bad about emitting how often they fat it out. And plus I think they happen to you. How often do you. Now I'll probably get at least three times a week, three hundred three times a week. Oh, like a day. If I decide if I just decided to do it, I can get to five in the day five times a day. You could fat five times ones. Impressive resumes just like wood. Wave their older you. It's like asthma for like, oh, interesting. Because I feel I can't do five times a day coming multiple times in a day. It's like maybe like three times when you're into your thirties, like if you're not going to make your phone, could you fuck income five times in a.

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Health officials warn of typhus outbreak in downtown L.A.

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Health officials warn of typhus outbreak in downtown L.A.

"Los Angeles. Downtown LA is experiencing. An outbreak of flea borne typhus the county department of public health announced today that although typhus normally occurs throughout LA county. They are observing cases in the downtown LA area. Los Angeles County health officer Monto Davis said we encourage pet owners to practice safe flea control and encourage all cities in the county to ensure maintenance of their trash cleanup and rodent control activities. Flea-born

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"monto" Discussed on Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Everyday Tech

"All right. Then thank you can't the lean so much and don't sit back idly by and pay for service. You're not getting go ahead and try to get your good service on your flip phone throttled ago, try and see Spar one more time and then escalate to a government agency. Right. All right. We're gonna move to south paving, speak with Mary. Good morning. Mary prey their time. This is perfect thing for me. I've just been worrying about this all day. And it's been a. Couple of days. I'm just getting these disgusting ad on my telephone. I don't even know they're so awful. I can't look at them long enough to find out what they're talking about. Even how can I've watched that kind of phone? Do you have very isn't an iphone. Yeah. Tonight phone six. Okay. You have a tab that is open on your foam. So you need to thirty and saw you need to open your browser and discover up the screen or do whatever you gotta do to look in the believe it should be in the top right corner. If Wiltz was here he could verify for be by phone guy. Yeah. At the top right corner. There should be a couple of little squares one on top of the other. Those are going to be your tabs just tap on that. And then go through in click on the Xs until all of those windows are closed and just give your browser. Nice fresh start because there's something open on there that that keeps reopening that tab. Now, if that doesn't fix the problem, you can try double tapping your home button and closing your browser out that way, but you're probably going to have to go in there. And the tap itself. Okay. Tab. What what is it? Exactly does that name. I mean. Okay. So I go to the top right hand corner. And what is there it should be to it may not be in the top right corner. Like, I said, I'm sorry. I don't have an iphone. You're you're looking for an icon that looks like a square or rectangle, and then another one on top of it just slightly something to that effect. I need to grab my pets. I don't have it near me. But anyways, I it's something like that. And it's probably it may even tell you. How many you have opened it may have a number on it when you tap on that screen that with? No, this would be in your browser. My on my browsers on my phone. You have to. Yeah. You have to open safari said it's popping up. Right. Right. Right. If the open up safari, and then you're going to go to the the the little icon where the tabs are and tap on that, and then you're going to click the X's on the little windows that it shows that are opened some of them are going to have the ads that you're talking about. Some of them are probably going to be. And for any other callers, you need to go through any clear those tabs out from time to time because your phone only has so much memory. And if you never close tabs out, and you just open link after linkup to link it's going to slow your phone down, which might be another reason that you think you need a new phone, but you really don't. Okay. So now that quick on the quick on each of the tab, and that would make it disappear. You have to click on the little X in in the top corner. And it'll close it out. Just ma'am. Oh, okay. In those nasty ads will be done. Thank you. Go made my day you made Monto. So we did each other favorite right here. You're ninety three. Yeah. Y'all just have a great day. Okay. Okay. Thank you Mary. And we're glad we fix your problem. And see how simple that was guys. Give us a call today. An open top show is all about you. Give us a call at one eight seven seven MVP ring..

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"monto" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Craig for humor. Me first installment of change. Craig's. I can't wait for my mind to changed. I like I like a good mind change. You You know. know, my thing is my all my opinions are strongly held, but not firmly held. Great, good. All right. But let's get to our feature topic or one are to feature topics. This is Craig basin suggestion. So Craig starves off. You know, we've been doing all of our various segments old and new lately, but my fund is kind of the one where we talk about craft, probably mostly because I just wanna put film schools out of business. So it's not with me as always any kind of pro social thing. This is more vindictive. It seemed to me that one of the things we hadn't talked about over the course of our many, many, many episodes is the end, not the end. The way people normally talk about the end when we say, well, how's the movie? And usually people talking about the climax, and there's all sorts of stuff to be said about the dramatic climax of a film and how it functions and why it is the way it is. But the real end of the movie comes after the real end is the Dana mall as the French call it. And this is the moment after the climax when things have settled down and there's actually a ton of interesting things going on. There is the very last thing people see and it's an important thing. I'll tell you who understands the value of good Dane among the people that test films. They'll tell you if you have a comedy and you have one last terrific joke there, it'll send your scores up through the roof. If you have one last little bit of something between two characters that feels meaningful, it'll send your scores through the roof. Last thing we get is in a weird way the most important. So I wanted to talk through the Dana amount. Why. Is there and what it's supposed to be doing great. So Diddy mall is a French word anyway is to untied anot something. And so it's interesting that it's too unknown something because we think about tying everything up, but the thing about it, like sort of undoing all the tangles that your story has created, sort of like, you know, straightening things out again so that you can leave theater feeling the way we want you to feel. So as we're talking through mashing, the her typical hundred twenty page screenplay, these are the very last few pages crooked brick. Yeah, absolutely. This is after the dust is settled. There's going to be inevitably some something and we'll talk through, like for instance, sometimes it's one single shot. Typically its own scene, but there's something to let you know this is the Dana mall, and in that sense you, I guess the first thing we should do is draw a line between climax, Dana Monto say like, okay, what is the difference here? And the climax. I think we all get the general gist. There, it's action choices, decision, conflict, sacrifice, and all of it is designed to achieve some sort of plot impact in the climax. You save the victim or you defeat the and stop the bomb, win them, whatever it is that the plot is doing. That's what happens there. And the climax dramatically serves as a test of the protagonist, and the test is have you or have you not become version two point, oh of yourself, you started version one. We know some sort of change needs to happen to make you better fix you. Heal you on not you. Have you gotten there yet. This is your test. And at the end of the climax, we have evidence that the character has in fact transformed into character. Two point. Oh, the Dana mom was after this to me is about proof that this is going to last that this isn't just a momentary thing, but rather life has begun again..

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"monto" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"monto" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"The barrier i guess it's like the it's it's like like surface tension it's like when you jump from outside into a pool of water whatever that is that barrier between aaron water is very much like the barrier that is between life and death and it's very blood sometimes it can be more ripples in it sometimes it can be very wavy and that whole idea of what life and death is from a scientific perspective is constantly changing and so even though he wrote this in the nineteen seventies he had many of his own experiences that made him question scientifically what death really is so i'm going to go into that plus extension towards into the show well i love the you can be rating book from the nineteen seventies and i can be in a different room reading a book that's just come out a few weeks ago and you know halfway through the day you come up to me and you say have you ever heard of this guy and the selma guard reading about the exact same guy in this book from twenty teen and this this race such thing the race has been enough op ending of al current understanding of the way the world works that we could rewrite the textbooks but all of this discovery was done decades ago it's only now that was starting to see this change where the mainstream is starting to open their eyes and open their minds to some of this stuff that that has really been around for a long time while the problem is and this is pointed out by watson is that so much of this stuff is just so far out that it's going to take decades from this to cut a break into mainstream sites like it seems to be now well i'm really looking forward to talking about how we'll get to him in a moment but let's go into monto madda from dawson church this is the staunching signs of how your brain creates material reality it's available on kindle is an audiobook version of available as well but he begins with memories of his hostile biology classes here he remembers mrs hughes describing that the brain in the biology textbooks you know the whole structure was fixed it was unchanging it was just like you liver or your heart they basically taught that that the brain grew until you're about seventeen years old and then that was it it's just static like that for the rest of your life and he said in in those days of his in hostile learning mind was considered to be an epi phenomenon of the brain's complexity yes as in like we said earlier at the start of the show the brain creates the mind that's how it was you'd humans could write poetry record history make music and perform calculus because of the power of the mind residing in the brain locked inside the bony so comforts of the skull but he points out very early in the book that of course what he was told in those hostile use was completely untrue none of that is true in fact brains constantly changing and in the beginning he references a lot of work that was done in the nineties pointing out that even the structure of neurons is constantly changing he pointed out that mike hurt shoe bills that the scaffolding that gives cells their rigidity they they have a shelf life of ten minutes seal brains refreshing every ten minutes and interestingly enough i seem to recall only some recent research into this stuff that will go into letter on with the error as well as his idea of trying to capture the saul but wasn't this research where it was found that it might actually the evidence for something leaving the body in the marker tributes when someone passes away having a thing that specific but he's talking in a general sense that operates a constantly being refreshed constantly being changed and he uses that example just to give you an idea of the pice every ten minutes your brain is being refreshed now he he points out and i'll use my own woods that i mean it's like any other muscle in the body the these seething massive activity he says of the brain they selected neural circuits their enhanced with us the ones that grow the ones that we use so if you poss information repeatedly through a neural bundle the bundle starts to win lodge just as the arms of a body builder start to get bigger when he lifts weights you know it's the same kind of.

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"monto" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"monto" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Down like push him to see some interesting stuff there because fizeau played such a huge part in chris chris bosh josh in miami chris bosh development did you see on a plane and flew a lot like immediately after he got this job really that's amazing for stuff is just hide christoph nice guy facetime instead pallid you wanna take one of these questions and ask it to the group sure sure let's go with this one from at allen monto ceelo went co help despondent spurs fan what needs to happen for kawai for donncha jr do where's dungeons going i what phoenix engine that never got your i do co would you think if you were the spurs would do kawai for like top three need more than that yeah yeah i wouldn't also also we'll go to injure wiggins anthony anthony suck yet another pick sure he definitely one year though he's still number one only one year remove to ones and a future pick for kevin love right for why i've been told like that the spurs are going to need like a homerun grand slam offer in order you actually holding out on them you know quiet pulling what we all were like kyri really could have done this if it came down to it he just say i'm not playing just seriously what it seems like quite as doing right now it's trade when we look back on it the deals aren't as good as we think and so it's quite picks where he wants to go if he's going to say i'm not going to stay here i'm not going to opt into my final year or signing singer whatever i think then offers start to get a little bit more complicated really like the less good star trae that we've had you don't get good star trek because you can never get value for what you're offering if you're seeing in tonio and the offers are under wellmeaning in june during the drafter underwhelming in july their free agency why settle you can pull this out into august and september if you really need.

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