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"mousa" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"mousa" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"mousa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:58 min | 7 months ago

"mousa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Maybe it's the enthusiast in me. I was not at all insulted. I know he's trying to insult me. There's a compliment. I liked the term enthusiasts amateur amateur is a little bit derogatory in some ways enthusiasts is maybe the more dignified term but it's about people who are obsessively interested. You know doing things. They're making things happen. And they have a deep interest that i think is often the fountain and the foundation of new things. Big new things and is twenty-five iq points at all a realistic estimation. Because that's what it is but let me just qualify. That with the caveat. I don't believe in iq at all. I think it's a terrible terrible misleading idea. Why do you will because this complicated procedure that we were called intelligence that we're using right now is probably made up of. At least i dunno twelve. Maybe one hundred different types of cognition ranging from deduction induction to memory launch memory. Intuition all kinds of things. And i think this is going to be side products of artificial intelligence as we try to make minds as will come to understand that. There isn't a single dimension to intelligence. I do can kind of rank things in those ladder up. You know. Mousa wrapped You know monkey and stuff. And then there's us in there's einstein and then there's a i well. This is just ridiculous. Because it's a very complicated multidimensional thing that we're doing. And as we make more of these artificially will begin to actually populate that space and we'll find out that humans are way at the edge just like we are on the galaxy..

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"mousa" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"mousa" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"Ahead to buy. I know it's like i said last week. Hypocritical because i stand with gina. But yet i paid disney to send me a pop so cardi. Lx for cartoon pops. They're all gone. I mean i have one on order. I was just curious about the other ones on. So i also got the Sixty fifth anniversary of disneyland. I got the senator ella castle with mickey for sassy so that came in the mousa. That's awesome elliott. She's got that up in her art area. Wherever whatever she called her mickey palace she shed her. She spot that. I don't have anything new as a good one. That's a spot hershey spot. Yeah it's not it's just like a spot in the room yes but it rhymes with jews which is way perfect. Yeah sushi spot. That's what we call it now. She's spot be. What is it pronoun. Well then it would be be a day place. No but she's not announced pacific her john's throwing my inside jokes event chad. Welcome i gave you credit. Thank you for giving me credit. Yeah me and john. We're talking about the whole tiger woods accident and texted him later on like dark. Humor of the day probably should've used the driver. God good shit a good job. I like it say solid. What an asshole. Oh shit you guys got render shit this week nothing ending. Did i show you keep up last week. No more pops one. I got this week rookie. How many of them have you get school or already. Sold one for sixty five bucks. So i see that jesus. I'm i'm going to wait until tomorrow. Probably tonight and i'm going to buy me some game game. Stop stock oh are are wearing. What the fuck right. Yeah well random random whatever. The stock market this week has been fucking painful. You're looking for s returns. It's oh no. I'm i'm not worried about faster turns. I'm worried about how much i lost this week. Holy fuck now. I can go back up though..

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"mousa" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"mousa" Discussed on WTOP

"A Russian opposition politician is in a coma after falling ill from a suspected poisoning. A spokeswoman for Alexey Navalny says he felt unwell on a flight to Moscow and the plane made an emergency landing. She says he must have consumed poison in T he drank before boarding the flight. And we're hearing that an operation to poison Navalny would have been no simple matter. A guy like Alexey Navalny does not travel alone. People know where he's going in the Kremlin's assassins, just like they did with Alexander Litvinenko. Sergei's cripple on a Politkovskaya. Vladimir, Kara, Mousa and others. They use teams of people responsible for various parts of the operation. The targeting the execution. The ex filtration. It's a very sophisticated operation. That's w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green Russia's experimental Covad 19 vaccine is getting a closer look now on the global stage talks are underway between Russia and the World Health Organization, which wants to Nome or about this vaccine. Russian officials claim it will provide lasting immunity to covert 19, but offered no proof and it's only been tested on a few dozen people. The organization said it welcomes advances in vaccine development. But every candidate must submit to the same clinical trials that his CBS News correspondent CAMI McCormick, A Manassas based biotech companies. Anti inflammatory drug could be used to treat covert 19 inside Nova reports. The Food and Drug Administration has told Serpent Pharma it can proceed with a clinical investigation of the drug known as Espy, 16 Covert 19 can lead to an uncontrolled inflammation and acute lung injury. Serpents chief medical officer says the drug is effective in several animal models of acute inflammation. Particularly after a severe lung infection still ahead, US Jobless claims swing back up today It's 11 37. We never thought 2020 was going to be this challenging, did we? Hi. It's Jonathan Cotton with a good feed store. And during this difficult time, we need hope. We need a kind of hope that is not just wishful thinking, but rather hoped to find as a confident expectation. Let's see hope when we see so many neighbors, leaving their homes to exercise and pursue a healthy lifestyle. Let's see hope when we see diverse groups marching together in pursuit of justice. And equality. Let's see hope when we see faithful police officers pursue their calling of caring for their neighbors and communities. We have a lot of outstanding problems in the world today, but let's see hope and have hope..

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"mousa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mousa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The distractions of the barriers that have been removed Kalinda G. amount of Mousa is having a very different experience of education he's in Uganda and he wanted to tell us the for people like him this is a time of uncertainty that's putting their future in the balance for a student like me search I looked down and in a situation of such a button to make the most uncertain thing is my education and currently invocation which has appeared between high school and university and I was supposed to get admitted into university after sitting for pre entry test that was supposed to be on the eighteenth of April now that was postponed until further notice no one knows when it is going to happen but at least my stories better the people in high school in my country and people in primary school that have final exams that they have to do and now all these was put to a halt because of the coroner virus the government had instituted a system where they would teach and conduct lessons on televisions and radio stations even online but the saddest thing about these what's the story recently on the news in rural areas cubicles in villages and students in villages that aren't even access a radio which was actually thought to be the most accessible means of communication for when distance could be carried out now for students like me and many of those that I in my capacity the worst thing above the corner virus except the deaths is that uncertainty that he puts on their education it has put up holes when I lied you cation and there is so much uncertainty we're looking forward to the lifting of the lockdown of schools but even after that the question is how will life continue will schools be open immediately because you realize that in China even when the lockdown was lifted slightly is schools are still closed even in Spain schools are still closed even with easing overlooked our that was Kalinda Jumana Mussa there's not been an extension of looked on in Uganda near the end of may if you have something to say about how the pandemic's affecting your education will job make a voice recording on a smartphone and send it to the response BBC dot co dot UK March the eighteenth because of coronavirus Malaysia introduced movement control lotus I'm preaching them could mean prison Lawrence Patton I was born in Liverpool he now lives in Sibongile with his wife and his son who is eleven months old when the order was made they were on different sides of the court in the.

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"mousa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mousa" Discussed on KCRW

"Is called Mousa baka and most about her is chick peas that you have cooked from scratch but you can use canned chickpeas they're warm so if you're using canned chickpeas you would put the whole can interest a little saute pan of sauce pan you with heated up then you make a tankini mixture and you pour it over these whole garden warm garbanzo beans let that heat up a little bit and then you just add a little bit of spice and other other delicious ingredients and you end up with this absolutely rustic irresistible dash that sounds delicious how do you make the two he mixture you can use just straight to Heaney that youth the end with a little bit of water cold water is the secret whenever you're mixing two Heaney it's kind of a strange experience because you first add your ice cold water and it seizes up and you think oh my goodness I've made a terrible mistake but then you keep adding a little bit more ice water by the tablespoon and you keep stirring your tahini and then it turns into just this beautiful smooth thing you can add some garlic to that you can add some lemon juice or you can keep playing and then you just pour it over but will have Sammy's recipe to share with everyone this is the one frustration I have about our situation right now is so many authors that I normally would be interviewing I'm not and this is a way for me to share with you not just my recipes but.

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"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is your number called Mousa Maggie with you here on a Wednesday mid day talk a little bit about Noah Syndergaard news yesterday torn UCL Tommy John surgery going to be having the surgery Thursday right Maggie down in Florida so that can't be tomorrow for you yeah and there was some debate about the times we're going through certainly our hospitals being overwhelmed with everything in the corona virus pandemic about elective non elective surgery and for the debate that raged on on Twitter last night which I saw a number of people getting into the doctors deemed it to be non elective surgery so it is up to the medical doctors are whether it's elective or non elective is a major league pitcher this was deemed to be non elective surgery so therefore that is why Syndergaard will move forward and have a surgery let's go to the phones eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Chriss in Westport you're a first year on this Wednesday Chris how you doing this morning good morning how are you guys doing fantastic man what's going on Chris how you doing buddy all right I just have one observation you know years ago the red Sox had two great minor league starters Papelbon in western one of them turned out to be a great starter and the other one turned out to be a great reliever and that was because they had excellent management and talent evaluation and I think this is the same situation here senator Donald if it walks like a duck and it quacks like a duck it's a duck I think Syndergaard on I. seventy baseball card would be the equivalent of a dominating closer which I think is what he can be if he's given a chance he's proven he can't start I think if it's good enough for Dennis Eckersley and John Smoltz he might have the ability to thrive there either each he is a character he's big he's inseminating and his staff is excellent I'd rather have if I were met trans sixty dominating innings with a hundred strikeouts in forty five states then this constant trying to put a square peg in a round hole yeah you know I I don't know where I mean you bring up examples I mean you bring up examples Eckersley was a failed starter you know he moved in he had pinpoint certainly control when he became the preeminent closer with the Oakland athletics there's no question about that there have been other guys that have been failed starters they've moved into the closer's ranks and am I looking at Syndergaard in saying that he screams closer all over America you can that you should pass the Buck on him being a starting pitcher I don't know if I look at him that way right now I think that snow was Syndergaard seat one of the cool things about Syndergaard and one of the reasons why I like of his because he actually does have this amazing variety of pitches even though he is known for the four seamer and you know and he can throw his breaking pitches in the nineties you know he's got a curve he's got this great compliment he's not just like a why I sometimes think about clothes are suppose I think about the more is just having like you know like one or two if you will like really good pitches and then try to overwhelm guys with velocity and wild Syndergaard could do that I just think there's so much more on tap talent there and you and I disagree on whether or not that tell ever be tapped yeah I mean I I think he defines right now on tap potential soul and we're going to we're going to wait a little bit of time unfortunately to see if that potential ever does get realize let's head out to the Bronx it's Adrian it's a fat what's going on a dream you guys I just want to say it is and when I think of him because I think of the World Series against the oils on the market that you displayed on a team that really needed it and he had that extra something bad that makes the magnetic and I just don't think you give up on that I understand he's underperformed but when he comes back he'll be twenty nine and so you're looking at a gag to the age of twenty nine thirty five who all star players upset this guy had the nastiest up in the league and you just don't give up in a guy like that I think you hang in because banks other than that something to prove you tell me to tone it down a bit and you show that you believe in him and I think that's in the guy will come through for us yes yeah listen you're I mean you have to pay him well did they do you think that they kind of made that decision when they decide to let Wheeler go because it's the only well I mean okay so that we can still get into you know what the Mets and and just how they operate and if they're going to have a new owner and how that a new owners get approach things in and whether or not they're going to want to pay no Syndergaard there's still so many if you look at it right I look at the current ownership I mean everything could change if if you have a new owner step in and only gets paid decided one way or the other before the injury they said the guard just because I think the Stroman injury led them to part ways with Zack Wheeler you could make the argument I mean you know if the Mets were forward thinking franchise you know you would have paid Wheeler a year and a half ago where he would never have seen a hundred eighteen million dollars you're given a number that would have appeased probably anywhere in the neighborhood of seventy five to eighty million dollars you can still kind of made the stroll me deal you gonna parted ways with Noah Syndergaard to strength in other areas of your team and organization and franchise if you're a little bit more of a forward thinking organisation and we've seen from the Mets that they are not sold they decide to sit on their hands and wait and wait and wait before basically the the you know the you know what hits the fan and then they have to make a decision so the only reason Syndergaard is still here is because they don't want to pay Wheeler if they felt like they could side Wheeler Syndergaard would've been traded B. as they did try it was well documented they did try trades I I'd know what Syndergaard for the better part of your head if yep and then ultimately though something may I am so walk away from that you know whether it was they were getting the return they thought was you know a commensurate with Noah Syndergaard potential or what have you they they still did eventually take him off the trade bloc and you know you could even say yes was there questions last year for why would you trade for Strowman if that kind of signals that you're not gonna pay Wheeler then why would you trade Wheeler as opposed to you know kind of going after this wild card run which while exciting at the time you know ultimately fall short and then you leave Wheeler leaves and you basically you know you get nothing for it except for you know we I would happily turn up qualifying offers good store pick yeah exactly so it's you know it's yes it is it is it a of each is there a change that needs to happen in terms of how the Mets viewed Noah Syndergaard and it's kind of like yeah this is what I always thought was gonna happen with Syndergaard it was going to be like it you don't want to get off the pot with him right and that was finally going to have to come to a is a resolution and it was only going to have to do with whether or not the Mets were in some kind of a play offs either is solidly in the playoffs or you're looking like they were a playoff team by the trade deadline or not like I don't know if the organization they they don't want to make a decision on Syndergaard until the decision was made for them essentially right and I think that was always going to be the case let's go to where they were you mention uncomfortable water cover will get the package back in return when you look at it when you look at sent when you look at potentially trading sing the guard but they also reaches an organization the very fact is is that as an organization they made the decision not to part ways with Wheeler last trade deadline and they were gonna pay Wheeler so the decision was basically made for them let's make it Mike in Brookland Mike how are you I think it's a little hard on us and it almost I tell ya you say before that is right was one game over five hundred for his career okay forty seven thirty yeah that's a pretty good idea okay a lot of good things forty seven thirty he's seventy one ingredient twenty three and twelve combined I mean that's a pretty pretty good picture so what would you want I mean you got it I mean last year was ten in a with a four point two nine ERS the what you're going to probably was pitching enjoyed a little bit of an idea I mean it gives you know some benefit of doubt well you give me give me excuse after excuse after excuse me all right forty seven thirty you'll take a picture is not all all about Syndergaard when he pitched poorly last year since I'm not telling you I'm not saying you might have said Syndergaard year ago after every time he pitched poorly you or gave you excuse after excuse after excuse that's the point it might effect will will it I mean I bet a lot of games will they still keep trying to get out of the inning I mean you know it offended I'll take this week all right is as the Mets Hey as you saw the Mets go back and forth with Wheeler right and you saw Brody get nasty with Wheeler when he did right has has Syndergaard had a second half as dominate as Wheeler did two years ago when he was just as good statistically as Jacob deGrom well it was thirteen of four I mean and I have a pretty good second so the answer that is he did not I mean he has not I mean and and you want to look at it and say yeah you know after two years ago but not that that is not a stretch of games dominate bowl here answer me this why do Mets fans wanna make Syndergaard out to be more than he is I don't want I don't think yeah I don't think it's a great picture but I think it's a hell of a coach I think is that the the number two spot on a team that has to hurt the team by not having their number two starter and has the last year do you think he was the second best on the team I didn't say that eight the number two spot on this year I don't know what you could we could define it but he wasn't the second best starter on the team a year ago the second best are on the team a year ago is now is that a picture for the Philadelphia Phillies I agree I agree but yeah but no one is saying that he was going to be the number two starter so I passed around I guess when he when he was taken out of the rotation but my point being is I can look at the Baltimore Orioles and look at their number two starter their number two starter would be a number five starter on another team I will consider guards we have that's why they stake in they're going to win like it how it they're not even going to be anywhere near five hundred this year.

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"mousa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Government wanted to release them quietly at his home in the township of Soweto but Mandela refused he'd walk out of activists to prison he said just like any other prisoner you but the day before his release you met him several times to plan ready how was he meant to how you this is what you'll be looking for a fool for for all these years there wasn't time for friend fan celebration and send to print it out sorry it was matter of fact and businesslike and he was very calm and collected now there was so much to talk about what would happen the next day one thing Nelson Mandela insisted on was that after leaving the prison he wanted to address the people of Cape Town before going on to to have this book calls have to be borrowed from local activists taken from the prison to the central square but people being told to congregate there were new laptops back then and then E. Mousa ferried back and forth between the prison in downtown Cape Town get Mandela's speech typed copy it was such short notice was that his wife Winnie Mandela and the ANC didn't trees including so around a poser who's the current president of South Africa willing to have this book and they ended up having to charter a plane with a small plane you know this will all people straight from the barricades who were not accustomed to chartering at our planes and those small planes take much longer than the big Boeing steak it took almost double the time and so they were late Sir in that and he was released maybe two or three hours later I think it again.

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"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Chris she owes it to the game along with Jeremiah Martin P. O.'s ago the running drive any bank today at all crossover big strides in a high and soft up the glass like Steph curry guys children from the fence curry is on the bachelor black suit shooting before the game quarter three is good for mark please press stories one oh eight seventy three next seven have to go fourth quarter about it and have a nice watches Steph curry shoes before the game and not be of the user I here's proof to three of elected short no good long rebound offensive by the most right side three delta Mousa tremendous sneakers for highlighters Tweety bird hello yeah yellow lawyers with confident young man the the formation Steph curry was shooting before the game at free throw it out for marquees Christian there was because a lot of fans got to see on a lake worth the price of admission download Mousa Mousa relate off the feet from geo's and it's like a Daddy batting practice judge Erin judge it might be better in that I don't know CNN senior judge better it's pretty good thirty guests yeah in the lane road by Chris is good a phallus called against rodeo Scrooge wouldn't we've got it's got no point out you know me and me and Chris or my cell like to go to a lawyer during the off season it's got to a point now where we make sure we get there.

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"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"mousa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Some extra Mousa row on that and real quick this is my this river comes Levi stadium or do we start seeing garage below Jimmy G. builds four races anybody was Schefter like in tennis grill can catch the finest financial district hands listen says there's a fifty year old man and the sweet ready to put that ator down listeners are funny funny that is a very good show today well look up it's almost nine o'clock I can't sorry coast now goes nah credulous man Mayo's necks and he's gonna wanna creek for letters to eighty seven dot com we'll talk about it next affect when the children auto body traffic deaths the rainfall in the roads really star Nick and Jess now if you're making the southbound EDT commute right around eighty street in a word a new rack in the left hand lane that's why traffic is backed up on to north bound to thirty eight you've also got the some stop and go on highway one a one developing south down in Marin county you do to a crash inside the Williams tunnel blocking the left hand lane you're backed up to rodeo and westbound eighty near Travis a crash now the shoulder casting flow from lagoon valley road south down one still shut down in pacifica due to a major record your manner drive if you're on northbound eighty five in a selfie that slows eighty seven all the way up to two thirty seven were backed up into the maze of the bay bridge he sees Murfin back on the two men that through your smartphone N. B. R. one oh four five six eight weeks boards leader what is Marin help it's a question we hear a lot in the North Bay people have a lot of different answers it's the community hospital Marin health Medical Center I was actually born there and so was my dad they've really keep up with technology and I hear the new building is gonna be great you mean or in health medical network they have those Marin health UCSF health clinics all over the north.

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"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"All right is Mousa Maggie with here twelve twenty on this Thursday afternoon take a right up until two show whatever income the way that that's a little bit of a theme now follow in an hour and a half ago they introduced telling the taxes out of city field their shiny new reliever the former Yankee all star is now a met the pitcher for them in twenty twenty so yeah and I hope that you know the same of the Achilles is all fully healed him thrown off the mountain a week and that is a hundred percent ready to go fantastic news it's exactly what this team needed they needed a shot in the arm to the bull pen they needed something to stabilize it and you hope that down the tenses is that guy Kevin is in queens Kevin what happened good afternoon guys Maggie moves like are going one seven happy new year buddy good good listen at the Mets fan I'm with the this Hey sandy Alderson acting out of the did the next Gen that we've had but I think Brody has a little bit just a better job as far as free agency this any there now that may be because the will power that more money or you know giving him all the leash what has yet to be seen the with only a little bit with you guys about it if you did a good job rating await by the trade deadline to get as no well together you'll see most of these other guys to be seen if it broke the door that with these it is separate from back it's healthy if I don't really want the detectives goal at the trade deadline to be healthy but some of the other guys so just think about that I mean I a yeah I I think that sandy did do a good job trading at the deadline you're right about Noah Syndergaard says but is yeah I don't I don't know I mean I think that I think the Mets kind of full themselves this past year into thinking they were contenders because they went on this big run in July bows and and ultimately I think it hurt him because I think that was probably a market out there for don Smith I'm not saying the market is still there but don Smith for Jeannie Davis I think there was a market that developed in in it could still be there they could still make a trade for those guys but I will I guess don Smith was injured a little bit but especially JB Davis maybe you could have gotten a bigger or return for them mid season yeah with this I think if they live there in it well Brian they thought they were in it and they want to go for at the time was it did work out no it didn't work out they make the playoffs there was no playoff baseball those the wild card there's none of that so it didn't work but they wanted and believe that the org that the team and showed him enough not to not to tear down now have they done enough this offseason if you're gonna bank out what you did in the second half of your look at the season on the whole while your assets on familiar well in and that's the problem you have here the problem you have is what's the real met team you know did the adjustment to the baseball how many home runs as Alonso get it you got Cespedes returning memo he was very good two years ago last year more of a lost season Conforto yeah what are you gonna get from Robbie Conal another year older lack a range of what you got from you know you're shortstop in the med was our L. as he completely turned a corner some believe he has some believe maybe not necessarily the case the catching situation always an issue I think the matter to be a better baseball team but I also think it's faulty as we've seen in the past the bank on the fact that okay the bullpen was that bad so therefore once we rectify that if they're not that bad we're going to be a significantly better team because just ask Mormon diet he wanted to an all season improve the bull pen and Francisco Rodriguez JJ parts yeah dot the bull pen would be resolved bolted continue to be an issue and there were other issues that rear their ugly head of it well I mean I think you're seeing Brody's philosophy this here and it's not hard to identify what that is it's bringing guys who have had these really high ceilings and hoping that Dave can somehow finds a magic you're hoping they'll understand this can find his magic your whole after an injury plagued season you're hoping that Rick Porcello can find is cy young self you're hoping Michael Walker can find you know what he was four oh six years ago early on in his career in Saint Louis you know that's the strategy this year Intel something else happens you know and Jake or is it is a is a fourth outfielder but you that's the strategy it's kind of like big swings that net did necessarily cost a lot of money but you're really banking on these guys to find themselves and to give you peak performance is when their peaks may very obviously pass the what do you say the organizational depth is better the bowl with the starting rotation depth is better they address the a glaring need in the bull pen and your hope in that you know you get similar you're not gonna get the same but you get similar production premier star players and we do know this one says but this is motivated by money and a new contract the O. SS but is you're gonna get the best value when assessment is and that could be a big time help for the Mets and twenty twenty yeah and then there's another big just wild card that's kind of just sitting on top of the whole thing it's Beltran I mean I don't really listen to them that we we can't listen to the press conference as it in the show but I wonder how much Carlos Beltran had to do with Ellen Batanes is being a bit because obviously you know you want to say New York he's got a whole family here they are all the press conference and that's fantastic but we know that they were close from days one calls Beltran played for the Yankees and that's what they develop their friendship and I wonder if that was a big selling point because we really don't know with Beltran I mean we're hoping he's a good manager we're hoping that the Mets have put enough good bits on round him but it's a it's a massive unknown and you know there are a lot of people out there who still think that this Houston Astros scandal could somehow come back around to buy Carlos Beltran back to the phones eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Joe is in Brooklyn Joe good afternoon thank you most happy new year to you and your families all blessings this year what's going on Joe happy new year man my fan I got honestly say I mean like okay I'm kind of really confident I mean it's what make you just a little while ago these guys to purchase actual I can't read the ones paying can't be all right well maybe because the top are gonna be like with this funny touching your section you can handle or remove all familiar but Hey listen Wilson and these guys could spin a contractual right why not I mean we missed what we misplaced you one eighty six games of the other a blown head football part you could walk all game I'm not saying what I do agree with your goal get more right you need a call back I think we got a good town Stephen I love you know and honestly the Die Hard met fan I'd like to see this guy on the team I mean unless you can do something crazy like an all in our not all but I'd still pick a Daniel Murphy came up through the organization they gave up on it but the cleaning he was a fluke and look what he did Washington for the next two years so McNeil I would like to keep unless you give me a call for like an hour not all our current prime or something like that then okay I got it I got to send them away soldiers sent thought we got it all star and if he was a trip part of a trade Jo thank you and nice to see and hear the optimism but eight if you are going to make a trade for a big big time the person at the impending free agent or some like it or not just got a huge contract or something like that I mean just make deals going to be the headliner there I or maybe Noah Syndergaard but it seems like the Syndergaard trade rumors of really taken a back burner well right and if the organization believed to McNeil to begin with Robbie Conal probably would not be a mess I mean because they had a solution at second base there and they need to make that deal with the Seattle Mariners last off season but yes if you are gonna if you're gonna go get one of those big names those operational on offense of players one of those big major league stars and bring him to city field big deals gonna be part of the the conversation you'd be stunned if if if he was not and I don't necessarily disagree in in the potential is there I think there's major concerns when you look at a guy like familia I think you have concerns about Lugo will be unhappy with his role and also what are the limitations of use in the bull pen you like Wilson I love but chances and D. as was last year just a case of him coming back to the main after what was an astounding year with the Seattle Mariners and may bill bounce back the potential is there for the Mets to be yeah top temple Penn even maybe a little bit better Major League Baseball I don't know if they're I think they'll fall short of being the best bullpen baseball but they certainly have enough there to think that they're going to be significantly improved from last year eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Johnson Rumson New Jersey hello John how are you flying guy regulations and happy new year same to you thanks to actually socially hopefully for all of us have much happy new year the last third of the calendar year next year and listening to everything that's gone on with the jets for the last couple weeks the what do you call those hit on a you come to expect this from judge has been up for the better part of half a century eight it is functionally incompetent front office only ship organization and I'm not even focused on and in what guys what I'm already looking at is I'm looking I'm reading the scout reports on offense of linemen in wide receivers and cornerback I'm focusing on the off season and don't forget gaze Brody and Douglas which is a typical jet way of doing things rather than the other way around the way it should have been so what's going to happen next year is if gays does fail and we all seem to think so based on this track record hopefully Chris Johnson and woody finally get it the two by four hitting them over the head for verbally over really enough times where the village Douglas pick the next coach and they'll be joined at the hip for the next four years John you know they gave they gave Joe Douglas some assurances a what I think and I appreciate the call but what I think is going to be the big tell most for the jets is whether or not levy on bills on this team next year because for Joe Douglas from the GM's perspective it's got to make all the sense in the world have bell on this team you're already has such a high base salary there's no team that's going to take him without you taking that base salary again jets are on the hook for the money is what I'm trying to say so from the GM's perspective there and there's no better place for legal bill the beat then on the New York Jets how you'll know whether Adam gase is truly making the same mistakes that he did in Miami or how much power he really has over Douglas is whether or not levy on bell is in a jets uniform week one next year all really yeah because I think that if Douglas cow tells the gays and actually trade them away they eat the jets are eating the money no matter what terms the base salary and you get like a fourth round pick for him to me that shows that Adam gase really does have the power and I'm Joe Douglas I got a whole year you think levy I'm bell is the deciding factor bell is a Jack next year at the start of the season you think Joe Douglas has control well and less some other concession was made like in the draft of case really wants and I don't know this doesn't that kind of stuff would probably never know but yes I think that that's a that's a fair litmus test because looking will gase is done in the past in Miami jettison running backs because he felt like he had power to listen the way the organizational structure is for the jets gays does that power both guys directly report to the owner so he can have a lot of power but I think you don't give Douglas the six year contract if you don't want his own guy now the difference with CJ Josh who's down there Miami Heat gaze to not see eye to eye the role he was a little bit more I would say of not content yeah a little bit more of a malcontent yeah on say use this morning at a thousand yards while he is sure that's different than what I was going down in Miami I mean I think J. age I was a little bit more outspoken than that bill this year's handled self for the most part great I know it just seems like the jets can't medium half like can't meet him there why it's it radiates he he does if he already talked about the fact you want to be back with the jets next year he doesn't want to go anywhere it's it's almost like a marriage where Adam gaze does not want his partner in the marriage and is trying to do everything he can to basically say no no no I'm ready to move on and the partners.

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"mousa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Yeah but yeah we thank you for everything you do and your service you're welcome and Mousa sticky wicket question I know you probably die without too much detail but the medical marijuana peel Dan yeah you mean as far as investment goes yes Sir yeah so there there is in this day and age now there is nobody that is growing medical marijuana that is in also growing yeah yeah recreational marijuana growing the set the grout the mere fact there is a severe shortage in recreational marijuana right now so those companies that thought they were going to just grow medical marijuana for the sake of money or change their mind on that real quick so I would never invest in anything like that I you know obviously I don't have to tell you maybe but obviously because somebody try do that did this to me once I can't point to I chapter and verse you know in the Bible that is against this other then there are plenty of chapters and verses to talk about you know drugs there are actually versus a talk about drugs in sorcery and odd and of course drunkenness but it's not something that that I could I could ever have on my list right well I certainly appreciate your input now pass that information along all right thank you Bobby I'm glad you called thanks rob thank you yep six ten three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven said we got a bill from Virginia good Hey I had a relative to getting older and has several children in the they're great kids and they really didn't push Christianity on them they don't push religion on them yeah I got a call from the other day and one person saying the begin older now and you know that how many more years you're going to have you know but nevertheless I didn't help who's really do not even really yeah I called back and I left a message and I couldn't Hey you know when the crystal switch today or or you can in the rapture do you believe in the rapture Dale yes okay if you wonder taken in the rapture what are your children or grandchildren gonna do when they're stuck here if they haven't accepted Jesus lord they're stuck here in the great tribulation and they have to go through all of that seven bowls of wrath part of it I mean how and the people who aren't Christians we are all going to have to go through that yeah I don't I don't think the Christian ministers probably told a very much you know the people in the network isn't that the truth that if they if they don't they're going to be up there may be up there in a great multitude from the great tribulation looking down or whatever and you know what my opinion is there going to be in glory in the presence of god and they're not going to care terrible thing to say they're not going to know the Hey branch what are you doing I'm rubbing my blue emu on are you ready to go fishing says seeing you said we're going fishing this morning ten gold glove or here we go again Johnny bench.

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"mousa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John that Sir I have been conjugal I shot near the Nagorno Karabakh conflict so in the line of conflict I traveled there in these last hours to see two positions facing each other over a mine field the Armenian the Azerbaijan this describes a landscape like the first war I'm going to turn to Afghanistan now I'm here thanks to the sponsorship of the US embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the United States and the sponsorship the generous sponsorship of scholar dot com a global technology firm transforming the retail space I'm joined now by my colleague Tom Johnson of the foundation for the defense of democracy they he keeps a long war journal with his colleagues and Tom testified before Congress in these last days of the four house foreign affairs committee about the trump administration's Afghanistan policy and I'm compelled to say that Tom's operative term here looks to be the withdrawal was not meant to be a piece that was meant to be a withdrawal Tom a very good evening to you please act as a explicate the difference between withdrawal and peace as you understand it in Afghanistan good evening good evening John wrote actually very clear the U. S. state department led by special representative close odd negotiated an agreement with the Taliban unilaterally without the Afghan government being involved which basically set the terms of the Americas withdraw from Afghanistan in exchange for the Taliban counterterrorism assurances so basically the U. S. was willing to trade it's a withdrawal which I think president trump wants in whole or in large part anyway in exchange for a piece of paper from the Taliban saying that they're going to be good actors now going forward with respect to terrorism of course the latter part of that equation is something that Roshan I've critique for a long long time it's basically absurd it be. what you find is that there are number of state department officials who have long wanted to absolve the Taliban on the terrorism charges it's very strange dynamic and so my testimony before the house foreign affairs committee last week focused on the overwhelming evidence of the Taliban historical relationship with al Qaeda and the Taliban on going relationship with al Qaeda as evidence potentially with this raid that was being reported just in the last twenty four hours once again where the US and Afghan forces reportedly raided a major Taliban al Qaeda stronghold in southern Afghanistan that is the ironic point you made based upon the United Nations Security Council reports for reports you say of ongoing intimate work between al Qaeda and the Taliban please explain that Tom and the response from members of Congress when al Qaeda on the nineteenth anniversary eighteenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks is more vigorous than ever with our with our enemy who were trying to withdraw. yeah I mean look at the bottom line is that there's plenty of evidence well kind of presence in Afghanistan all kind of working with the Taliban Afghanistan what you find is that there are some people that are heavily invested in denying at night I call this for years now what I call the disconnect the dots paradigm we're basically doesn't matter how much of it you can later what you show them they're just gonna pretend like it doesn't matter it doesn't really exist and what happened here in the last twenty four hours is that both the US military and the Afghan government say that they they conducted a joint raid going after a Taliban al Qaeda compound in Mousa Qala in Helmand province now Mousa Qala is sort of a tortured story really in all this because it was place where the British and the Americans spend a very large effort encounter at a very large counterinsurgency effort to train taken almost a call from the Taliban serve enough in their heartland and show that the Afghan government could stand up a it's governance's representation in the area that effort failed unfortunately and the Taliban reclaim that turf years ago and is held on to it ever since and what this raid shows that and you know suing the details are correct is that al Qaeda has an established presence right now heart of Taliban country and this is the type of thing that really the department of some some state department officials and others and certainly some of the Taliban apologist revisionists who were in the analyst community and gold out of their way to deny that this type of thing exists now of course we're still waiting for more details John but basically all the Afghan sources asking government sources in the US military sources say that this is what occurred here now unfortunately too there are reports that a large number of civilians were killed during these operations so there's a lot lot here and still be worked out yes the reports are still coming in and in war the first reports are wrong but let's go with what the Afghan government is claiming about the meaning for this raid against al Qaeda working with the Taliban Tom who was as seem to Mar if he is dead yeah there's no indication seem. Mars dead but he is he was the first leader of all kind in the Indian subcontinent this is the branch of all kind of that was stood up in twenty fourteen and it operates in Afghanistan Pakistan throughout the region and one of the main goals of AQ I. S. okay and you need some kind of is to help the Taliban resurrected symphonic Emory they say this in their literature the all their actions speak to this point there's this woman is evidence of that twenty Q. A. S. is doing in with the Afghan government says that they were targeting a sea Mar this firstly make you a as in this compound Mousa Qala which means the fort of Moses by the way that's what the name means and that they they say they basically they don't say that they got and what they say is they got his career who was passing basically messages between a sea Mar and I mean all of the Heery who's that overall head of al Qaeda now they also claim to have captured a few marks what one of his wives and some other kind of figures that this compound now again if the details are confirmed and are true this is the sort of I I need a little story there were but the idea that the Taliban al Qaeda or sort of mutually exclusive in the world there's a significant overlap based on you know many pieces of evidence in this would be a very powerful example that the details are confirmed the Taliban are villains Tom what is the red unit the Taliban's red unit this is from basically their special forces this is a a unit to conduct talks a lot of different high profile attacks I am in forces and goes after NATO in the U. S. they generally are better armed better equipped and better trained than the average or Taliban fighters there's there's significant events they received outside assistance would be from Pakistan Iran oral Qaeda Anderson there we think that there's some overlap between the Taliban al Qaeda within the red unit and this is in Helmand province is an area where the reunion as as long as base of operations and so these reports are sort of you know sort of indicated we should suspect maybe that there's some overlap between al Qaeda. Taliban this regard as well in addition your reporting here at the long war journal suggests the Taliban is a major narcotics producer and smuggler is that part of the conversation between the US and the Taliban that their drug lords I haven't seen occasions of that of course a lot of what was in the draft agree with the state department Taliban is hadn't seen by the public the old green on the theme of the public so we don't really know but the bottom line is that you know Hellman with improv in particular is a is a spot where president trump loosened the authorities that the US military would is operating under to go after Taliban drug facilities throughout home and there is a major effort or have someone of after I should say in two thousand seventeen do that and going forward into the U. S. from the Afghans regularly of targeted serve drug facilities and other operators in the region and it shows that the service overlap between of course the opium trade in production in certain activities that is long bedeviled policy makers and they have really doubled the to solve so Taliban drug lords Taliban al Qaeda Taliban cutthroats all of that does not tell me that we're going to get a peace accord or even know or even a ceasefire with the Taliban is that fair Tom I think it's very John look the point my Gresham testimony was anchored people read it is. John..

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Afghan officials: 40 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid

All Things Considered

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Afghan officials: 40 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid

"Afghan forces say they kill Taliban fighters in a raid in southern Afghanistan the government officials there say dozens of civilians were also killed Jennifer glass has the latest from Kabul the Afghan ministry of defense is the overnight raids in Mousa Qala kill Taliban fighters but officials from Helmand province in the attack was near a wedding and that civilians were killed it's hard to verify claims the Taliban controlled area and both the Afghan government and the Taliban exaggerate battlefield successes and try to deny civilian

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"mousa" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

Chrisley Confessions

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

"And as a man, you need to feed your wife emotionally, and psychologically, and as a woman, you know, you need to feed your man physically and emotionally, psychologically. I mean, men are kind of more we need that self-assurance. We need that ego boost. So I think that yeah, you're absolutely right. And I mean, you know, a lot of people. I remember years ago. I was diagnosed with having Fabra Mousa, and what was that in two thousand twelve eleven or twelve two thousand eleven to those. I don't I don't remember. But I was diagnosed as having Fabra mile, and this goes back to the other caller that we had earlier talking about medication and being an addict, I remember them putting me on medication, Patrick, and it made me feel for the first time in my life. Like at just was not present in my life. And helped you with your symptoms? But it it made you feel so Lizzie ripped me of my drive stripped me of my thrill of being alive. And I ended up having to go to a doctor help told me you got to come off of this medicine because this is what's doing it to you? And we're going to try other natural holistic approaches, and we're going to do these kind of breathing techniques, and you know, through that. I mean, it did help me nice still symptomatic Fabra miles, and I still suffer sometimes with Hain throughout my body. But I have found that the more that I move around in the more active. I stay the less the symptoms are. But it also without the medication has allowed me to live my life and to live my life to the best of ability to perform to the best of my ability. Whether that be as a father as a husband as a son as a friend as an entertainer, what have you? So I think that as you get older, you know, you go through different things and. And you start reprioritising what matters the most. So I think that I were fights in the very beginning. We're fueled with being twenty six and twenty one. And you know, you both are like young. And you're like, I don't need this. I can do this. And I can do that Julie never fought with me. And I was a fighter, and she wasn't a fighter, you know. She would let me say what I wanted to say as she went on about her business because she knew it wasn't gonna change what she was going to do anyway..

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"mousa" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

Programming Throwdown

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

"When for example, if you you no longer go in history, like with lawyers, you know, they would read the law. Somebody would recite not read it. They would recite the law. They knew every law, and they would just recite the Lord's to decide what's, you know, whether somebody was doing the right thing or not then when literacy came in it it enabled a much greater level of sophistication richness. You know, you could you could create things that were. Much more. You know, you could write books and many people could read them. And so on I think that what your, you know, this this whole question about whether whether it's some human natural language is is good for expressing certain kinds of things. But when it comes to building big structures. It's not very good. You know, if you imagine writing some big doing some big piece of software engineering where every piece of it was written with human natural language, it really wouldn't work. Very well. Now couple things to say about that. So one thing I found really interesting. So, you know, I've worked home of language for who was fifteen years or so before started working wolf, Mousa Wolfram language, very precise language, everything is precisely define and very, you know, there's a precise meaning to everything then started looking on both Malfa where the idea is people should just talk to it and say, whatever they want to say on this, no documentation. It's just like it's our job just under. To stand those weird things that human say to it. Okay. So I decided to adopt a completely different design philosophy. So Wolfram language, you know, one of the things that whatever thing to be as consistent as possible I want to minimize concepts. I want to have everything be sort of infinitely factual and so on its own so on the Wolfram alpha. It's just a pure do what I mean type type story, and it's just like deal with whatever crazy things human site. Right. So those are two it was interesting for me because those are two very different design methodologies, and I was took me a little while to get used to the second one. But then you know, I used to be very afraid of heuristic. So I used to say never use heuristic. It's crazy. And then you know and wolf mouth, it's all heuristic. It's like what is what what is a human mean when they say, you know, fifty cents. Oh, they mean something about money if they say fifty cent. They probably mean a Rapa. Oh, you know. It's very, you know, it's, but if they say forty seven sent you know, that's probably a mistake for forty seven. No. So it's just all here sticks. Isn't that? What I learned when you when you said, that example, it made me feel sort of Gora phobic, right? I mean, just sounds like there's an endless amount of there's no end to the amount of things here. Six that you need to add to the system. Right. Yes. That's what I thought. Right. I thought oh my gosh. The things gonna drown in heuristic. And but what I learned after a while is there's a there's a logic to heuristic. And yes, there are lots and lots of them. I mean, it's a for example, if you're into software quality assurance of you know, doing a skew a on. Natural language. Understanding system is one of the scariest things you can you can do in that in that business because nothing is modular. You know, the whole system, you know, you can end up if there's a new Rapa who comes on the scene cold forty seven sent that just blew up a bunch of L U for for financial transactions and so on. So it's it's a very very weird thing..

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"mousa" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

Programming Throwdown

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"mousa" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

"Of internet users or something in each of those countries, it's hard to make all that much from it. And so it becomes really important to have, you know, good computer data that you can use as part of the kind of pipeline of actually doing things you could say, well, I'll go scrape that data from somewhere. Okay, great. You know, the then, you know, scrape the data you discover that countries that have spaces and the names don't work, right cetera et cetera. I mean, it some this is this is what I've been trying to do is to kind of add this kind of layer. Error of kind of automated computational intelligence that people can kind of take for granted in computing things. I mean, you know, the way I see it if I look at kind of the the longer off of history of back from like sixty years ago and so on when the first computers will coming out. It was like, well, you could take for granted the fact that there'd be some what was called a high level language like Kobo fortran on that, computer. Then few years later, you could take for granted they're being operating system on the computer, then few years later take for granted that be some kind of user interface or some kind of networking support on the computer. And what I'm trying to do basically is to let people take for granted a sort of layer of computational intelligence that they can expect to find on a computer, and where we've tried to take sort of the the knowledge that uh civilization has accumulated and try to sort of inject that something that come be automatically. Accessed by anybody. And that's kind of that's kind of the bigger picture what we're trying to do and sort of the the the a couple of branches of doing that him and wolf Mousa which trying to make a sort of consumer is drive by version of that. Where you just ask a question with natural language shoe? Can you know us get of voice since you know, through intelligence assistance. So you can type it on the website or whatever, and they, you know, natural language like the let me ask a question. Like, you know, what was the population of of France in nineteen fifty two or something? That's something one can easily Oskar as a kind of natural language question. And that's what we're doing with Malfa with Wolfram language. We have a precise language in which a question like that can be expressed very simple to express, but in which one can build up much more sophisticated kinds of things in which one can sort of represent. It provides a more precise way than human language to represent what once talking about woman thinks about things computational. I mean, a away to think about this that sort of merge recently is when we think about contracts people want to say, I want to say precisely what's going to happen while they try and write it in English, actually, they wind up with some kind of legal ease that some kind of very stilted English often..

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Semiautomatic rifles allow shooters to hit more people

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Semiautomatic rifles allow shooters to hit more people

"Impact in Virginia and the Carolinas into Washington DC and Maryland Mousa John Townsend with AAA mid Atlantic warns better keep that gas tank full as well, we have a power failure ratio gas stations in the area would be without power for days. And that means you can't buy gasoline. Barbara WMA, Ellen WMA L dot com. Remembrance ceremonies for those killed in the nine eleven attacks being held today. Speaking at the memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, President Trump told the story of how police found the wedding ring of one victim of

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