21 Burst results for "Myemma Myemma"
"myemma " Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast
"Am i being present right and you got gotta kick yourself in the button me like hey be there because as you see all these like oh i can't believe my daughter my son's in high school and then someone's like four years are gonna be in college like don't remind me so it's going to go back on that so quick so be present. I love it man. Big fan of the nfl. Big fan of your time in the league to so when you went from purdue to the nfl. And i love ask questions. Everyone has a different answer. What was the biggest hurdle biggest transition for you. I think for me Had to be knowing when practice in everything was over in an extra fully was going home to their families or to their house. You know what i mean in college. May we went back to the doors. We went back to our data while hall will while our freshman dorms and then Hilltop apartments where the entire football team the basketball team. Everybody was there right. Like you know when i got to lead was just like oh man like we're practice right here taking ed in when we when we left light unlike. Oh okay now. Another home to a house i had to buy. Where're myemma wife Girlfriend had signed but we live there and it was just like okay. I'm not that camaraderie and everything else. If it had in college was just it was very more and you know. Just remember talking to one our plate. One of my teammates at kansas city. Do like this is so weird. It was like bernardo by families is like this is a job. Dues kids got wives. Dues gut girl raise. Why they're trying to keep up with them trying to keep with with us anymore. We we talk. We laugh whatever but when we go we go like the everybody wanna they wanna detach from what we just doing and i think that was the biggest hurdle for me like the football stuff is football like learning the place that's football but the biggest obstacle i think for a lot of guys where i just don't understand. This is a job now. People take this serious because if you in they're playing around and it is not the. Nfl changed a lot. Since i played but guys took it serious. They took win meeting room. You need to have pan notepad as you'd better be taking notes because we have a field. You can't be messing up because if you mess up. That means if they look at me. If it was me next macho you know what i mean or re on performance. They're going to clean house and if they clean house. I'm out of a job. And if i'm up in age like nobody else will pick me up. You know what i mean. So that was one of the big things that was Getting over that hump a understanding that it was it was a job it was no longer. We're at school going to class together at the dorms at the hilltop apartments together. You know that that was. The biggest adjusts appreciate that. Yeah another unique answer. Thank you very much for that..
"myemma " Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Lot of stuff we've gotten to today and these coals will reflect that Yankees went again last night. Giancarlo stanton is the hero yankee. Playoff baseball is on the way magic numbers. Three for the magic number is three and they are just rolling the garrett cole on the mound coal and berrios tonight so that is a great thing and lawa comes back. You see severino get healthy at the same time at the right time. Rather and everything is great yankee lynn. A boomer invited me. And i accept the invite to a ranger-islander game thanksgiving eve at ubs arena in a box. And i said am i allowed to bring a flunky and boomer said maybe a single flunky. Depending on how many people are in this box is suggested stu finer come with me because he is the ultimate islander fan that i know. But he's not one of your flunkies he's not one of my flunky through finer flung. I'm not calling him a flunky but he is a friend now and i would like him to come to the box. Well here he is on the line to give his two cents on this. Hello stew. good morning. I've never been called a flunky i have been called the flank steak and other names but any name you call me by. I'm ready to roll now. I hardly enough. I asked you yesterday if you wanted to go in the winter rose sweet the greatest company in the world. I have four. I have four in their box opening day. So that's number one number two boomer. If you allow i will allow the tech flunky on me with geo stabile uppity guy. Now right right right. I know he is. I'd just take a breath. Just take a breath for one second stewart. Look i appreciate everything that you are about as a fan and i love your passion for your new york islanders. I have the same passion for my new york rangers. But i not going to ruin my night at a game before thanksgiving with you in the box because i think that there could be problems arising not just not from me but like some of my friends and you listen. Not one person ever met me in person. Hasn't fallen in love with me. All they're going to be asking me about his head al pacino playing in the movie did you have x. with rene russo. These the questions. don't worry too. they love me. I'm i'm loser boomer. Anybody people will say. I hate to find it but when i met him i fell in love with him. That's normally myemma. Yeah this is what i'm saying and you bring them in there at the party insurance as we said with the vote party party insurance you may who they're not the party. I'm there to watch hopper a couple flavor by by by by the way. yeah. I'm there to watch freaking hockey game. Not there to be distracted by. He'll be into the game is six nothing obviously with a hat trick to crap that i'm not dealing. Hey look right there. You just crossed the line and just crossed the line right there. The season hasn't even started. And you're already making grandiose statements that are pissed me off. i listen. Your team has no shot. Did you anything my team to win. This cup jess white. You're not coming lead us to the not coming. You're not allowed in the box. all right. Listen geo yeah. I will personally pay for. I rose on the. I need to go with boomer. You and me it's flunky geo flunky stu we will do that once. You have a radio show with him. I'm not gonna do that. Podcast not going to do a shot you on now. it's world. this is what i'll do. I already committed to the boomer play. No no no. I'm going to tanks to and he's the he'll turn from stu vine No i'm going to buy it takes two. I'm not going to disrespect your box. But i do need to do something with stewart some point because you what would do but i. Nobody invited me to a yankee game. I didn't do that. He invited me to another island game. Mighty name was able to do that as a bunch of stuff invited me to his house. Whose house whenever ended up doing that. So i feel bad you know. Yeah but don't i put it on me. I know i was just being opportunistic at this juncture. I was like oh can i bring somebody in the two birds one stone scenario islanders take advantage. Iq cried it. Took him a minute before he crossed the line. Sort of told me how my team socks. We're going to six. You'd think my ranger fan friends are going to be an box putting up with that no matter how much moves. Imagine how much he wants to talk about. Rene rousso and bob de niro and everybody else sure that's right now. It's not happening all he'd be in everybody's faces as opposed to be doing that. I get it. I understand the whole thing with him. But i can't put up with that. Yeah all. it's make a sharp turn down to tennessee and talk to judy. What's going on judy. Hi hi judy. How are you gran- well good. Thank you. I listen to you guys every day and i'm not a hundred eighty all right very good now. If judy just one second let me explain to the audience. And maybe just joined us. Susan waldman john sterling. We're talking about the turtle bronx that nestor cortez and others are taking care of. It's a good luck. Charm and when susan was mentioning that this turtle is part of the yankees clubhouse. She asked john. Did you ever get a turtle when you were younger at the circus. So we ask people to call up if that was a thing in their lives. So i'm assuming that you've got a story about that. Yes i did okay. And so back in Excuse me back in nineteen fifty two. I believe it was like was there. Vange well and my mom and dad that is goeke. Stay out of school and go to the zoo in the afternoon and might be night but the bus to the school to the circus. Excuse me tend so sure enough back in those days so it was a man that was at a stand and he would sell you either a little turtle for little chameleon and so we bought a chameleon we spend money to come back come with our bus fare just to by the chameleon so we had to walk But we were so excited because we would. The little chameleon had a little gold chain around like a little ish around is net and can i could stay little tiny safety pound the end. You could Penn into your shirt shirt opinion. So he couldn't get loose and he was like on a little leash like a dog and he was so cute and my big was judy. Pardon me how big was this. Chameleon tiny little thing maybe about five or six inches just a little guy and so my brother put him on ten.
"myemma " Discussed on M&A Science
"Ceo and founder of emanate science in deal room joining me. Today is peter linus cpo and vp of corporate development of bullhorn. They were going to talk about how corporate development teams function in an infrequent acquisition environment and how to manage the atmosphere eater. How're you doing today. Good thank you very much. Good weather incas behind us without us. Some we've now Typical ritchie's cloudy summit but goats yet looking for while chats and looking forward to sharon loadings kick things off by about your emanate background. Myemma dot rarely started five or six just got started off. Life stop broke up so i had insight into the will finances and how things five six years ago. The business that i was working full still working full communicable hope in now says he. Yes we were in conjunction with our parent company buying a business in the netherlands. And because at the time i headed up international business i quite deeply involved in that acquisition acquisition. Well after that end that time my see said to me so that was good. Enjoyed working with you on that Talents not direction. We're about to go on dynamics emanates spree. How would you feel about taking on that. Gt's eligible robustly in and be responsible. I gladly accepted. That was five six years ago. We've made seventy acquisitions over that time. They offer regular but infrequent. And we've which i what i think is really canaan song how we've been through that time. Two periods peak activity the second deal we did was a bit of a baptism of five. Made three well. We will be three companies civil sleep with that time particularly how to keep fixed costs relatively low but still be able to scale and deal with whatever opportunities come out learning curve. Learning is do these deals. No by is ever the side. Novocaine conditions are ever decide Challenge of i via insurance to try and get our insurance is tough insurance. Companies opposite used to expect quotes to send around in real time. Now it's a by his market from that expected them. They are not delivering to the same timelines. They have previously which will causes a deal cramp at the ends whereby could expect to get insurance clubs through. Now it's sort of enough defined because they are. Is that getting out. So it's as quick as i can. But he's causing uncertainty timing of deals law harder to predict ended deals to this point in time that being the main factor lage changes in the market right. Now is your company's doing frequent acquisitions. How do you manage. Your small is beautiful. I think that what they say. We have myself who heads up. Data with scaled the team back in the pandemic to really myself and band who works Co dive is not my exclusive role. It's a major part of what i did. But i have other activities within the business. The two of us who keep the lights on that site in terms of market activity sims of market research instead absolve potential opportunity outreach and then we scale up if a deal comes into sides we gotta deal and when we getting serious about a deal. Free will then stop to pick. The team is going to tighten Lucky with great legal tape by comforting crime is outstanding Bryant we went very close together so use the results of legal. We use the resources of finance and we skylab pretty quickly and sims of building that salt team somebody who can get the deal done within a relatively short spicer time and another assets we some show. We'll talk more about integration actually leading the projects that you can take people out. The business to assist on making deals actually happened as well as i did. You've got the two sides the dale and then go through yet sign close but that's really having a bulbous from well that's that the woods doubts and and that's where way out like them is unless you're imposition way. You have a plan on how you go into that business owner. You might lead up as stunned. The liability determines the success of the deal. It's impulsive that whoever is thinking about is not just about chinese objets in the distance. We say we can buy that but you got a lot of time and effort on money. The goes into these deals. You be. Show your delivering an accretive deal over. They turned the defy. Whether that's one year old. Five years comes down. so you'll modeling. In your emanate modeling. And how you would go team berry. Lean two people to people in the cold chain s and then as you pursue these deals it sounds like you're pulling people in from various departments finance. Know what that responsible for willie that side legal notes that responsible. I think the cheap this in any deal is who is doing the planning. Obviously i'm intimate with that abandoned. What's alongside nate. Let's bring a true integration lead. The completely understands the business so this is really high role. This is not somebody who has shoot amounts of integration planning experience and in businesses. It's about somebody knows your business intimately. I can deal cross functionally in that. So make the efficiencies the needs to be made in and ensure success so that to keep us in the dale. because that's not just in a in the lead up to signing close by that's innate. The first ninety days ninety days of in critical to making that successful so we need cherry. Pick someone else. The business has particular talents and will be petite slid. Go to on the deal that we're looking at well. Let's back up to the very beginning in the early stages of a deal time line and think through specifically how you're managing people efficiently. What does that look like from early stages of dispersing deals saying we know what we want to die into absolve. No deals have been We saw laid mal kid out and laid out targets. Housing is about two hundred two hundred and fifty companies that we have relationships with that we track over time which is relatively simple today with wallet. A half people and some just keeping in touch with those businesses keeping in touch with scalise is always something that's important and they've got to be in that cycle and they will be ready to sell. There's no point trying to buy a company that actively it's out the only way you're going to do that is to hey hugely over the to get that attention. That's never guaranteed so much. I it's a lot more than people. Think and a lot of it is about relationships and seventy making deals successful relationships with the founders. The key people in the private act you house you might be buying from is really because they'll get sticky. We know deals get sticky biz always Which can blow up. And sometimes it's at call relationship and that trust that you build trust in micro of time because there is so much mistrust that goes on cope death you buying a business as the catch. What are they trying to achieve from that perspective. Keeping busy through the quiet times. If you've got target lists that enables you to do that at any business out a even if they're only pop time called death toll as you mentioned. Businesses shove is making a hundred acquisitions. Wear to bali. We look making won't see maybe three acquisitions that annual basis because we can't make mo we would scale up if it was a if we could do so without segment as no thousands of targets. We're looking at a relatively small number of targets that we talking keep in touch with and every thing that we do has to be creative win a looking over the ten year two. We looking at three to five year period as to these create safe that we buy businesses from creative nature at subdued Businesses we buy from a strategic technology Taking on technology that we know we wanna hit us of jason's he's from ourselves that.
"myemma " Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Just like swimming in love and beauty. The party talking about where. There's the big hillside garden right. no. I don't know there's that part of the Sometimes it's an abandoned lot. It's not a garden and there's sometimes a lot of flowers growing in. I'll yes. I know your time you out. I mean there's there's a lot that's one of the places. There's a lot of little touchstones that i have like almost every turn. There's something else that. I love that i see but i so i did that and it just cracked my heart open and talking about like. Why don't we do the things that we know. So i know the thing that i always trying to get to. I know it. I just walk out my door and do a hike. I don't even have to drive anywhere. i still haven't done it in really longtime and then so my heart was nice open. I came back. I did. I started doing a devotional practice. Where have like my pooja table. With my little a wild thing doll judith that is the embodiment of my fear. There's a picture of from where the wild things are. Thank you so royal pooja tables. I know this isn't the point. It's really cool. Really love every time i see it. I'm so proud they out with me. I'm just like you're still sweet. First all is my table which got zero use. I got it for you and then you break. My heart is different a little bit. I'm saying i got it for you. And i've taken it that. I'm glad you took it back. And it has picture seven-year-old valerie on which melts me every single time which is strategically placed in front of a picture of a nanda myemma. who's holding. Yeah like holding seven hundred. I hope you don't that. Seven was age where where some trauma occurred so. Just oh i was so cute when i was little it was like this is when this happens everybody by the way having you in a specific way but it's the wound were all wounded disillusioned. You're kicked out of the garden. You have to leave neverland. Whatever it is but i hope that makes me feel seen because it's around matt age. That's that's when. I believe confirmation or or something like little girls are confirmed. Because that's they're suddenly something that's usually needs to be next. That's in the catholic tradition. But it's not a mistake around seven then leave and this is everyone that's listening. Everyone had that moment. That was like whether it's your parents are just weird like my dad's driving a winnebago and six beers. Whatever it is. I'm making that up data. You hear that. I don't know only beers us but you know i it's like wow these are just people or the world isn't isn't like a padded totally safe play. Yeah and some people discover it way earlier which seems so tragic ca seven already feel so young and some people discovery leader. But it is. I think it is usually around that time Which does make me feel less alone. Should and yes. So i have absolutely i have judith and then i have a picture that's my favorite pictures of all my girlfriends on my wedding and we're like laughing and that's what my my friend. Ruthie revealing z. Should follow her on instagram. She's gave brilliant bright beautiful embodiment of love just floating around the world. Reminding everybody that they are. They are divine love americorps out and she. She like took me through practice where she had imagine. All of my light.
"myemma " Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Washington. Dc metropolitan area roy. Ready to rumble window. Open the window world sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad you could be with us a lot of to get down on in disgust today in the world of sports of feeling good. I'm feeling fantastic. I rip roaring ready to go like my man says. And i'm ready to get into it but before i do. I want to ask a man how you doing. what's happening. How you feeling how you're looking how you live. How you going on with your life k. Positive migos myemma win the wallet. Windows world is sports so glad that you could be with us bones. Your both soir. Michelle mademoiselle jim. Appel to wallace windows world is sports are glad you could be with us. Shalom boss allama. Lega my brothers and sisters number. Stay in coney she wa when dole's world in sports so glad that you could be with us. I hope you're doing everything that you need to do. To make your world that make mile world to make our world to make everybody's world a much better place to be in living learning loving listening educating respecting those all around the globe those all around the world those all around the block those all around the community doing what you need to do to make this world a better place to be for our children. Their children and their children's children's wendell's world in sports glad that you could be with us today on the podcasts man. I'm gonna be getting into some. nfl talk. I wanted to be getting into a little bit of a discussion about the quarterback class of twenty twenty one. How they're gonna be doing where you see these guys as a right now. Look i'm not going to be judged. I haven't really watched too many of their game to watch a little bit of trevor lawrence when The jaguars played the second. Preseason gaming into new orleans saints but other than dell harrison wilson play. I haven't seen jukka feels play. I haven't seen now maggie jones. Play too much. Those are the quarterbacks really going to be talking about today so for the most part..
"myemma " Discussed on Good For You
"You know nicole buyer our girl him nominee yes. It's true i want you know that. I'm wearing a posture core sued. And i've never had worse posture literally laying do look. It hurts so bad of a you. Look you have been going in and out energy wise today there. I feel i thought it was. Maybe a little blood sugar thing could be. Yeah i didn't eat. Where would the course do do see that. Your feet are holding you. Just i mean it feels like you have my spanish so you have to use lyngdoh you have to use. Your feet is kick stands so wait. So this is to correct your. It's just you know we. We work in so many weird situations. It's gonna keep me like this when i drive here. I don't wanna like i just nervous. She already got a lot going on. I can't be slouching hunchback of notre dame also but where the i have where our posture. We had posture correcting bras. Yeah you backpack thing. I have one of those. But i don't think it works as good as like it. It hurts Muscles right in your back and chest muscles really quick. You guys these. This is marina costco's fan base. Let's stop talking about geriatric issues here So before we get to our huge famous icon. Let's talk about. Some random cities will be going to that. You probably don't live in where. I'm going to peddle my yuks. We're gonna pedal sucks. We're we're going i. We are one month away from the kickoff of the touch me. Stand up tour. We're going to the sunshine state. Huck mike and say that. Sunshine state anytime i think of sunshine. I just think of like changing We're we're near the cova cavill of america. Florida florida florida. Fired out of going. We're going to be in punt september tenth. We saw the first show. We're doing his second show at the ponte vedra concert hall and then we'll be in clean water but before would not what i'm done because we're near the clearwater september eleventh two shows the capitol theatre. Come see us before your state sinks into the orange juice. yeah do. Are you ready to go to forty. Never been there. You know. that's orange juice comes from. We're gonna follow those cities with myemma. It's a miami. That is the one that is not sinking into the ocean oklahoma. Myemma home we're going to be at the buffalo run casino september eighteenth. We're going to go the route sixty six inch iron motorcycle museum. That seems like the hot spot for dinner. I quit quickness to hobbies motorcycles. Anyone know vintage iron motorcycles plastic by my uncle. Potato it on a motorcycle. But i'll go anyway this the weekend after that. We're going to be in a place called. Sal we abi spo- we're supposed to call it slow which this open is playing the free month theater. September twenty fourth. If you're in northern cal drive down. 'cause sacramento is that we sold out the september month theater fremont free novel. Lock those doors baby. Bubblegum alley is a place that we're going to be going and so you you told me about bubblegum alley. And i looked it up and i've never been more angry by a photo. Emily stormed off in a rage. This is a place where a bunch of people just go put their used gum on wall. So i can't think of place. I'd rather be white. People definitely thought about pants and where the delta variant was developed. Nobody else tomorrow. World be like you see that thing. That's not ruin much this. Let me put my spit on it. ooh merchant. You spit on it..
"myemma " Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"The in the in the entertainment business being down here in south florida brings back so many memories from aves here. Good i began my career. As an impresario. Entrepreneurial impresario what do you look at well. I don't know i just. We were looking up and down like you thought that looked like something that was in the bottom of the garbage game. I don't know what you mean. By impresario and arthur the same thing. No an entrepreneur is someone who is in business who dabbles and create. Never mind anyway. Edit point there dickman at all of edit all of witout and keep me in three to you do it three to one you. Well what are you laughing at frank. I'm laughing at you at your lack of experience and the lack of professionalism. What you don't show you know. So if i don't show a lack of professionalism i show professionalism say that again if i don't show i got it so edit point there dick but i want all of that cut out all a wit. You know the you know the drill so ladies and gentlemen here in south florida ianna career a burgeoning career as a young man in the entertainment business. I was an opera. Add up of apple. I didn't say apple with you. Know i don't know why they call you whip because you are but as as they get doing again. There's an edit point here dickman edit point here three to one you. So i began my career as an impresario and entertainment entrepreneur if you will in north miami beach when i had I had to clubs. Actually won the first club i had was. It's frank gray and the second club. I had was uncle. Frank and the frankfurters which was completely misunderstood because we serve dinner at four a. four. Am node i say for it. We've served dinner at four. Pm for the early birds so it was uncle franken. The frankfurt has meaning. All the old people could come in and well. I didn't say it you did. I'm having regrets now because w- it was looking at me like oh my god. He's laughing. How can i not but laugh. How can i not but laugh what happened. Ladies and gentlemen it was called uncle. Franks and the frankfurters. Do you do it what it was called uncle franks in the frankford is and people would say come on in at four pm because it was the early bird special and get a mouthful right and frank finds that funny funds. The idea of senior citizens having their faces stuffed with frankfurters. Even she's laughing and she's indicting me for laughing. That boy that take a cake. Take a cake start again a whip. I'm the guy that says. Who does what all right. But i suggest we start again all right three to one me. I'm frank ray what do you want. I'm pointing you now. God damn. I pointed her and she doesn't know what to do doing again. I'm frank gray. And i'm whitten and this is the frank ratio. I'm whitman wedges. Call yourself with whitten. I forgot my last name. I'm whitman and this is the frank drake do it again. I'm frank drake do it again. I'm wit gray. Do it again. I'm frank get outta here wit. You're a continual disappointment to me. And to think i pulled you out of that halfway house for this. Welcome ladies and gentlemen of the frank ratio. I am frank graham. The husband of margaret gray. You're familiar with him. And he's a sidekick of phil henry on a fill henry show but occasionally they give me the opportunity to host. The fell henry show and i do like to take those opportunities especially when they fell. Henry show finds its way down to south florida. Many people ask why she comes to south floor. Mr henry was most recently before arriving in the los angeles area was broadcasting and afternoon. Drive radio show w. i. o. d. radio and myemma and it was a wildly popular show as was mr henry's show in Los angeles and of course. We like to take opportunity to revisit. South florida and seal out of the old haunts and talk to people. But also because phil is now engaged to a former colleague from wwl iot. Jackie bales who was a newswoman. Jackie did morning drive. News did news for rick and suds and also did the the the on oranje who told you to come back in here. Sorry also did the hour long news block between five and six on wmd. And then did the morning drive on into the. Neil rogers show and phil and jacky had Not much interaction really. He was on afternoon drive but when they did talk they talked around the picnic table Gee that like yogi bear. What you say that like yogi the beer say what you just said. Picnic table all my ass. You did all right well. I don't so fill in. Jackie would talk around the picnic picnic. Picnic picnic men a. We don't talk to me. Like i'm the guy that scrubs that the bacon strips near jackie and phil would talk when they did cross over in miami around the picnic table there. I'd say that good enough for you. there was outside w id radio. We're filled with a lot of her show. Prep in jackie would see her and say hi phil phil would see him and say. Aren't you looking good today. Miss jackie but anyway. Jackie was doing the news afternoon drive. Well they had very Informal very respectful interactions. At that time as bales is married and mr henry shoe shed a girlfriend and so it was all very respectful improper and so on and so forth now. We find that. Mr henry takes her asked to los angeles. Ms bales leaves the radio news business and goes into e-learning infomercial voice over raising a son and moving into a new phase in chapter of his career and And so that one long until some twenty years later about twenty. Five years later as henry is now on the beach in the los angeles area with a voice over business and a website. Business and stuff that i'm sure. She never thought she'd get into and probably the rest of the world wished that she hadn't doing voice overs for cartoons. Actually being on camera and doing something that passes for acting and this is the and so then in a off chance on a facebook message. Young ms bales wishes mr henry. Happy birthday and she responds to him. Thank you very much jackie..
"myemma " Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"He super-rich he doesn't need me to buy them tickets. If al al-sleiti they call them al. Now oh god out travis rodgers. Christopher morales boss. Amanda anybody that wants to go right. Field pavilion august seats altogether. So we can relentlessly boo. The houston astros going to happen. The are going to be buddha. Tend to be the first time that they've been fans at dodger. Astro game karang los angeles since that world series right. Yep absolutely first time. We're we played there but they haven't played here yet. And i think they're going by the way from the dodgers to the angels playing two games with the dodgers in two games right afterwards with the angels but i one week from tonight big group. We're going to go boo boo. Yeah that game's going to sell out so you should move on. I'm going to choose. I get a correct number whore. Hey why don't you get the correct number for me. Go around and talk to everybody and figured out ok. Well there's only six people here so i'll ask ask around all right. I wanted to mention this john. You know ted sobel right. Yeah of course fantastic guy. He works at knx right. I don't know where ted works now. He has worked at gannex. I don't know if he's still did the stanley cup finals this year. I know that but he's written a new book called touching greatness. I wanted to give it a plug. It's available on amazon tut. Touching greatness from ted sobel. And i made a decision so about a year ago. I decided you know what i'm going to write a book. Okay and i wrote six chapters of a book. And then i went away from it. I just dropped it. I went back after. I talked to ted about his book i was like i should go back and see what i wrote. And you know what it's pretty and good. I still pretty good. We'll you know now you could self publish you. Don't even yeah get a publisher. But i'm gonna get a gigantic publisher to really. I'm going to tell you. What is your book about okay. So it's about a kid in high school playing baseball. It's fictional it's fictional okay. It's about a kid in high school playing baseball. Who's a huge fan of clayton kershaw. And it's going to go. After that saint member mike lupu used to write those books for night for twelve year. Olds what do they call that middle middle fiction. I know what you're talking myemma junior fiction. So i'm going to finish this book and i think it's going to be published and i think it's going to be published by a big publisher. You think i got a shot at that or do you think i'm just making stuff up. I think everybody book is like a screenplay everybody apparently except you has a screenplay in the trunk of their car not have a screenplay my so but yeah i i would think you have is gonna be shot as anybody. I have a friend of mine. He's written eight books has written. He was just telling me the other day his most recent book is about how to handle divorce and he's having problems doing pr for the book because nobody wants to talk about a divorce but the book is how you come out of your divorce in a good place like how you if you and you're the person you're divorcing can find it in your heart to be cordial to each other. It can be pretty easy and painless. It's not painless. If you give them half your money well it depends. What if there's kids involved. Oh yeah then sense different than you know. I get it so nobody wants to publish the movie about divorce or no. No no he is published. He's like he's written a ton of tons of books. Yeah all right so my book is going to come out in. Let's just say for next baseball season. Come out next april all right good to know. I'm announcing now announcing it now in advance all right. So i wanted to bring this up john because actually you sent this today to me about Chris russo and a everybody knows the. Us men's basketball team lost. Its first game..
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"myemma " Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Today. I've done several episodes now on the origins of holidays and the calendar and there seems to be something that every single one of them has in common. Everything seems to have its origin in ancient. Rome and may day is no exception. The traditional celebration of may first dates back to the roman festival of flora which honored the goddess flora. Who was the goddess of flowers vegetation and fertility. The celebration was much more lighthearted than many other roman holidays which are often more serious affairs. It was a six day festival which was held from april twenty-seventh to may third every year. There was another roman festival that also occurred in early may but it was held only once every three. My yuma myemma honored the god. Diane isis the goddess aphrodite. And it was an event even more wild than the celebration of spring celebration certainly wasn't unique to rome. Most cultures that existed in places with seasons would have a celebration for each one a midsummer festival harvest festival midwinter celebration and one. For the arrival of spring every country and culture had different may day celebrations and often there would be different celebrations so even within the same country however there were a few traditions that were common to many different places. The big attrition is probably that of the maple maple. Traditions can vary but they all basically consist of a poll which is usually garnished with flowers and garlands. The poll would usually set up in the center of village and there'd be dancing and celebrations. Which would take place around it often. There would be ribbons. Attached to the paul and young girls would each hold ribbon and dance around the pole making the ribbons wrap around it. It's believed that the may pole is probably a dramatic pagan tradition. But it isn't known what the original purpose was. Some scholars think that it was just a celebratory device with no real meaning behind it as with so many pagan traditions. It survived as europe adopted christianity. In two thousand fifteen a german cultural group in manheim pennsylvania set the world's record for the largest maypole dance with three hundred twenty six participants. The world's tallest maypole was erected in airlock germany in two thousand ten. It measured fifty seven point zero eight meters or one hundred eighty seven feet and three inches tall. The other big mayday tradition is the crowning of a may queen. The may queen is the personification of spring usually in the form of young girl. The girl is usually dressed in white along with other girls. Who are in our court. You'll usually wear a crown. Made a flowers and she would be crowned by. The previous year's may queen many traditional may day festivities would also involve a fair known as a mayfair the term mayfair..
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Protesters Rally Across Myanmar, Defying Coup and Risking Crackdown
"We start today's program with the ongoing turbulence in myanmar. Massive crowds of protesters have taken to the streets as demonstrations continue against last week's coup in which the army detained elected leader. Angsana suci over the weekend me and my its largest protests in more than ten years. It's also reported that police in the capital have used water cannon on workers conducting nationwide strikes for more on this. We're joined now by professor penny green. Who's amendment expert and director of the international state crime initiative. A penny. good afternoon to you. Thanks for being with us. Just tell us first of all about your reaction to what we've seen and indeed heard about over the weekend Water cannon deployed these huge protests This is something quite different than we've seen for well more than a decade yes indeed. The last massive set of protest took place in two thousand and seven. And and i think it's. It's really quite remarkable. What's happening inside. Myanmar at the moment and the courage of the demonstrators is is really phenomenal. I think that many of these people especially the young have really effectively only known some kind of democracy albeit very fragile. I mean it was very very weak democracy but the freedom that came with after five decades of military rule is something that the people of do not want to let go of. I'm penny we'll talk. Maybe in a moment about what the military's reaction to this might be sort of medium-term in a second. But i did want to ask you about that point about the this as brickley democracy as you pointed out it is nevertheless it. Is you know thirteen. Fourteen years of that and so many people who are teenagers young people students will only have known that. Do you think that reflects. I don't know if it's a miscalculation by the military but it may be an underestimation of exactly how wedded to those notions. This this younger demographic all is it probably is a miscalculation. I think that the military scared basically very fearful of the power of the people of myanmar. They lost so badly there. They're usd pm. Military party lost extremely badly in the november twenty elections And as a result. I think Recognized in some senses that the writing perhaps was on the wall and the only way that they could shore up. The future of their their authority was to initiate a coup. I mean there are all sorts of other explanations for the kutu loudly relating to the the power and wealth of Commander in chief gentleman lie. But i do think that they have probably miscalculated But it's it's also true to say that the man my people. The burmese historically have risen up against the brutality and repression of military hunters in the past particularly nine hundred ninety eight and again in two thousand and seven even though they hadn't been tasting democracy in the recent past. So i think that there is that that there is that desire for freedom which will emerge. I'm presented itself in. These kinds of situations are well short term than the police have been very clear as as we mentioned you know that's been the deployment of water cannon In napa all ready and you know it's been presented as very much a choice to the protesters leave move on or face force potentially increasing force. Do we have any sense of the lengths to which the military and police authorities will go to in terms of escalating that force in terms of the potential for more violence on the streets. Well we look at history. We know that this military is capable of the most barbarous repression. We only have to look at the genocide hinge which took place in over the last over this infect period of so-called democracy But the worst of it was saying in two thousand seventeen when thousands were killed and eight. Hundred thousand were driven across the border into bangladesh. And if we could look back historically to two thousand to two thousand and seventeen to nineteen ninety eight. The military deployed Brutal force against all forms of demonstrators. So we know that that is on the cards. And they have issued a message via state media to the people of myanmar now to say that unless you abide by the law you have to expect that there will be A reaction and that reaction. The people of myemma know well. We'll be one of violence.
Understanding the COVID-19 Data Quality Problem with Sherri Rose
"Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you for having me. It is great to have a chance to chat with you. I'm looking forward to digging into your background and your research and The things you're doing related to cove it to help out there you know. Let's start at the beginning. How did you become interested in machine learning and in the intersection of that and Healthcare I always was very interested in science and mathematics and physics and I didn't really have a good sense of how you could use that to solve problems when I was going to college and it was during college that I was exposed to this summer. Program called the Summer Institute for training in biostatistics and it really sounded like what I was interested in which was bringing quantitative reasoning thinking to problems in health and public health and I realized very quickly that I needed more than my bachelor's degree in statistics in order to really solve a lot of those problems and I didn't actually get any training in machine. Learning in my bachelor's degree I graduated in two thousand five and the curriculum definitely did not include it at that point and so when I went to graduate school at UC Berkeley in biostatistics. That's where I saw. The the benefit of having really general frameworks in which solve problems. And that's when I started working on non parametric machine learning and having these kind of big picture ways to attack big problems in population health and that was for me. That's been both machine learning in non parametric models for prediction but also causal inference and the driver for me was really the ability to use these flexible tools to solve problems in in healthcare in medicine it must have been helpful having that. Undergrad in stats. It's it's been very helpful. Actually I actually started as a mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Major. And I did not feel very invigorated by the coursework there and I very room and I also was a little frustrated that I was often the only woman in the classes and it just it. There was a lot of reasons why didn't feel like the right fit for me. I ended up taking my second semester in college. Statistics course and I immediately saw how statistics could be used for solving lots of different problems and Engineering Ken as well but for me. The statistics was really how I saw bringing all my interests together. You mentioned non parametric machine learning. What is that? And how does that relate to Both the broader field as well as the healthcare field. If somebody talk about non parametric I mean it. In the very broad statistical sense a non parametric model is a larger model space. Where we're making many fewer assumptions and whereas with parametric models more standard parametric models. We might be making strict assumptions about the functional form the underlying unknown functional form of the data with non parametric. I WanNa really have a large model space. I have a much better opportunity to uncover the truth with my machine learning estimator so many like you're not assuming a normal distribution which has a couple of parameters and a standard deviation it could be anything definitely not definitely not that would be a limiting gumption in your work. Yeah absolutely and most of the data that I work with does not conform to those types of strict assumptions. Talk a little bit more about the scope of your research interests and where you apply machine learning. It sounds like you are interested. Both in the of the systematic issues the healthcare system with the relationships between the providers and the payers as well as clinical issues absolutely so in health services research were really interested in the whole broad scope of the healthcare system that includes cost quality access to providers and services and also health outcomes following care so that clinical piece comes into the health outcomes following care and some of the major areas that I've worked in intersect with the health spending aspects the financing aspects like mental health and Telemedicine and cardiovascular treatments. All of these things intersect within the system that relies on you know the the cost the quality the access to providers. So it's a really having a research program that encompasses both pieces of that can allow you to ask and answer questions in more integrated ways. It's difficult but I find that you if you understand those underlying systems and try and bring them into your work when you're looking at clinical work It can help you inform better answers and when you are looking at those kinds of questions are you primarily trying to understand or influence great questions so a lot of the work that I do. We're trying to understand some kind of phenomena in the system but influence yes in the sense that we're trying to inform policy so understanding the comparative effectiveness of multiple. Different types of treatments. I I would like to understand which treatments have better health outcomes but if we find a particular treatment has a very bad outcomes we want to inform policy to the FDA or to the relevant stakeholder in order to potentially have that treatment removed from market and we're talking towards the end of April Many of us have been some form of another of locked down due to co VID. Did you mentioned that? Your dog may start barking. He may He may my neighbor. Just I think my neighbor is finished cutting the grass. Now you know this. Is You know the Times but it sounds. Like your work intersects with Cova. Did as well. Can you talk about that intersection a little bit? Absolutely a large focus of my work because I'm so integrated in starting with the substantive problem in bringing either existing machine learning tools or developing new machine learning tools to answer those questions. It really there has to be the strong grounding data and the virus pandemic has really eliminated for a lot of people how much we need to care about data. And I I I mean we have misclassification. We have Missing nece in the types of data that we're collecting for Virus both for cases and mortality counts. And these are things that are very very common and most of the electronic health data that we use in the healthcare system where a lot of my work has focused on dealing with some of these types of issues. I mean we use billing claims we use Clinical Records Registry data an on and on and these data types were not designed for research. And so we need to be really aware of the issues in these types of of data and some of the newer forms of data like wearable implantable technology. That people have been very excited about measuring physical activity were now using the current virus pandemic of smartphone location data to try and understand how people are Social distancing with potentially with contact tracing and then digital types of data like Google search trends and twitter data which has been used for different types of research questions in the past now. Google is developing and has released this location. History website. Where they're showing out. Know how we can understand social distancing and so a lot of the data related work that. I've been focused on very relevant to the pandemic understanding our data sources and trying to bring rigorous flexible methods to them specifically. I had been working the last two years with my now former post-doctoral fellow an infectious disease expert myemma gender. Who's now faculty at Boston? Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. We had been looking at news media data. Cdc Data Electronic Health data. To understand the generalize ability of these data sources for both infectious disease and chronic disease. And now this become a very relevant the virus pandemic we had one of the conditions we've been studying was was flu like illnesses and understanding what electronic health data sources like billing claims an electronic health records what we can really understand from these data sources and we've seen people many people now start modeling making projections about cases and a death. Count's what we're going to start seeing next. Once people start. Having access to different types of electronic health resources is trying to use this data understand. You know to predict outcomes maybe to predict clinical courses were trying to causal inference which is even more difficult And it's very important that people understand the limitations of these data sources and so that's one of the things that we're working on and hopefully the the first paper from that work will be able to release in the next coming weeks but this is this is something that's relevant for the virus pandemic but has been a problem going back. Decades is using data. That people don't understand and that's been a at the forefront of my work is really making sure especially with the theme of one of the themes of this podcast machine learning a lot of people get very excited about machine learning and they throw a tool at data without understanding the data. And we're now in the midst of something where it's really crucial. That people do not do
Despite Strong Economy, Interest On U.S. Debt Builds
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything much of the US government is operating this year on borrowed money. That's not automats bad borrowing can be good. If you get something for it. Like a house borrowing can be cheap. If interest rates are low as they are just now, but the US government is borrowing a lot more that it was just a year or two ago the budget deficit the amount we spend it's beyond tax revenue is over one trillion dollars per year unprecedented in good times. Until recently the deficit had been going down a forecast that President Trump's tax cuts would not increase. The deficit has proven to be false. Myemma Guinness has spent years on deficits her committee for a responsible federal budget advocates. Changes to big programs like Medicare. Although she admits that is not the only problem the ignoring of the need to fix entitlement programs really has been irresponsible. That's more the frog in the boiling water where tax cut is the obvious. Are you kidding me? How can you be doing that? It's both hypocritical. Andy responsible, which may be politically possible. Because when it comes to deficits and the debt many citizens in this democracy. Do not even know what we are talking about. I feel we cannot do this often enough will you at this point remind us of the difference between the deficit and the debt and what each of those things matters. And they're even some lawmakers they need to be reminded of that. But the deficit, of course, is how much we borrow every year. And normally when the economy's strong, you would actually running a surplus while you're taking in more money than you're paying. And then when they Connie's week, you finance it with deficits are additional borrowing right now, we're on the verge of having trillion dollar deficits, despite the fact that the economy is strong the debt is really the accumulation of all of those deficits over the years. We don't need to. Think about paying off the debt. We just want to have a point where debt isn't growing faster than our economy right now, we're on track where debt is going faster than our economy every single year forever. And that's the real problem will that leads to a couple of questions. First republicans. Some of them have dismissed this problem with the following argument, which I would like you to evaluate. They will say so we're borrowing a little bit of money now, lots of debt was built up more. So under President Obama. Okay. Well, the debt that was built up under President Obama, which was large was the result of a huge economic downturn. When President Obama entered office, the real challenge was how are we gonna fight this very troubling worrisome recession when President Trump entered office, the economic challenge was we have a debt that relative the economy is the highest it's ever been since World War Two it's twice as high as the the historical average in this country. So there's a real fiscal challenge that President Trump faces compared to the real economic challenge that President Obama faced it makes sense that you have big. Deficit's during times of big recessions. It makes sense that you do not when you're Konami is strong. And right now is a moment in the business cycle where we need to be getting control of this massive amount of borrowing that we become dependent on hasn't. It been really really cheap to borrow money because interest rates for a decade have been so very very low. Absolutely. We're starting to see that interest rates are moving up, many people think that's likely to continue. But if rates go up just by one percentage point over ten years, we will have to pay an additional one point seven trillion dollars in our debt payments. Are we heading to a period where debt-service paying interest on the debt is going to be larger than some of the biggest expenditure items in the government where already there so basically in a year from now, we will be spending more on interest payments than we do on the program Medicaid. That's a central program of our government and to be sent spending more on interest than Medicaid should be cause for alarm in another year. We'll be spending more on interest payments than we do on spending and children at the federal level. Which means. We're paying more to finance our debts of the past than we are to invest in the next generation in about four or five years interest payments are likely to clip spending on defense, which shows why this leaves us in a vulnerable situation from a national security perspective. My mcginnis thanks for coming by. Thanks so much.
Trump touts GOP tax cuts as 'biggest' in U.S. history
"Rally this week we passed the biggest tax cuts and reform in American, has Vegas cuts in. History in fact these were not the. Biggest. Tax cuts ever but. They are cutting in government revenues despite repeated promises that the cuts would pay for themselves the hundred percent clear about one thing the tax cuts are never going to pay for themselves myemma Guinness heads the committee for a responsible federal budget she blames an outbreak of fiscal free lunches them. For the growing mountain of government debt if you wanna spend more you have to. Pay more in taxes and if. You wanna cut taxes you have to be willing to cut spending also and right now it, seems to be period where. No politician is willing to do any of those, and like a family that's maxed out its credit cards. McGuinness warned the government may. Have less room to maneuver the next time, it's confronted, with an actual crisis last time we had a recession our. Debt with half, a level it is today relative to the economy and. That meant we had a lot of fiscal Tools to help respond but as the deck decades higher our ability to respond to a. Recession or another kind of crisis is definitely much more difficult the growing. Deficit also means higher borrowing costs. So far this fiscal year growth, in social security Medicare and defense. Spending have all been eclipsed by rising interest on the debt Scott Horsely NPR news Washington.