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Nike Settles Lil Nas X Satan Shoe Lawsuit With MSCHF
"Art collective that created the controversial Satan shoes containing a drop of real human blood has offered a voluntary recall in the U. S. It's part of a legal settlement in the trademark infringement lawsuit against MS Mischief, which created the shoes in collaboration with the rapper Lil Nars Eggs. A team of
Esports League Rundown
"Start this week over here and most beautiful place. On god's green earth in downtown santa monica with the l. c. s. aright where the grass is green and. The pain is over fifty. We are starting with our week. Five results here starting at the top of the table. We've got an interesting rundown for you in terms of standings and by interesting i mean this should come as absolutely zero surprise to anyone who's been falling for any amount of time here this year in first place cloud nine at ten and two tied for second we have. Tsm and one hundred thieves at eight and four fourth place as a three way. Tie to round out your playoff teams evil geniuses dignatories and team liquid all remain in control of their destiny immortals to entire games behind in seventh place. Fly quest down there at four and eight and eighth and tied for ninth place. We've got seal g and golden guardians. Who that's for the in terms of standings. Let's talk cloud nine top of the table. In how did they do this week. Nine had a banger of a weekend. I'm really really satisfied with how this team performed this weekend. Everyone is looking fantastic right now. Honestly perks has some absolutely popoff. Plays on yasuo in the blank. This weekend He was looking awesome blabber. Just absolutely runs train on one hundred thieves on olaf. He's still looking amazing. I honestly don't understand how this guy still getting. Olaf when champion pool is more like an ocean. I guess you know. It's kind of hard to ban out. Everyone right yeah and then you know they also had just a pretty good win vs golden guardians. This was a really really good week for c. Nine they displayed a a show of dominance that i think is important for them to show versus lower tier teams and upper tier teams like hundred thieves the takeaway from this weekend see nine looking fantastic. I'm happy with this team. And my favorite thing about this team this season so far is they have displayed the ability to play like everything they can play. All sorts of different team calms they can play all sorts of different styles and be super successful on it so lots to love from. Cnn radio man. I wonder what it's like to be a fan of a team. That's like the best in the region. Can you feel so good what it feels like to be yankees fan fan now recently. Hey man at least. I always tell myself no matter how bad things get. At least i'm not. Cgi got even fan. Just seal g actually entire org. at least you're as an entity the idea mostly. Yeah yeah oh yeah. I was just gonna say overall c nine great weekend moving on. Yeah and i think a key point here is they did go up against one. Hundred thieves created separation against a team. That's currently tied for second. They did in just such an incredible manner. It was like every single lane. One like blabber just played out of his mind perks actually styled on monday on the blank it was just such an awesome game. In addition to that there was actually a little not really an interview but ls during. I think it was a co starring. He was doing as well. Fudge seanang fudge came on just chatted back and forth with him a little bit and revealed that perks. Basically said yeah. It's just demonte. I could totally take leblanc into him and fucking popped off. I think he got a level. Three solo kill level three or level. Four to play a little vision. Game with perks had award kinda thwarted the whole thing and it cost him onto his life. Basically and the game like there's no way or less. Yeah that snowballed everything out of control so his brutal really really. Well played for nine showing that even if they were close in the standings. This matchup is just so nine favored. There's also been a lot of chatter specifically from people who are in the know that one hundred thieves has a major mental block against the nine. They absolutely hate playing against him. So little fun. Little tidbits for y'all there. All right seni- jumping down to. Let's talk about the two teams tied aid right now for second place. Tsm and hundred thieves. We'll start with the less fun. One which is of course hundred thieves. Who has kinda struggled a little bit throughout the course of this entire split. Not looking nearly as strong as i think we all would of hoped. Jack's talked me about their weekend. All right so other than the cloud nine game that we just touched on mcleod nine blew them out of the water. Hundred thieves mostly had a good weekend. They beat seattle g. They had a close call but they then recovered from their close call. Took control of the game back from seattle jian won the game Close calls is more of like they. Lucked out into a wake-up hopefully they don't make same kind of mistakes of leading finn. Just do ridiculous nar things when his team's losing miserably they literally flipped a to k gold lead into four k gold back. Yeah and flip within like eight minutes. Yeah it was stupid. That's nuts g. You can hear this hill shawn's voice because the game had it but from the perspective of hundred thieves like other than the one mistake that was such a huge swing the game. Well they played really well against dignatories capping the shit out of fate god and the rest of the team playing fine or or well depending on the player like demonte didn't have a great day in general. Don't they didn't have a great weekend in general. Let's be honest but then yeah the cloud nine game like to cut blown out in twenty four minutes. It was brutal you mentioned it was monte attempts to do a bush play like bait something to get away and that was the only thing like someday played without respect for fudge it all and got punished repeatedly for it like it was rough. It was really rough.
Verizon Business CEO on how 5G can solve the problems exposed by COVID-19
"Thomas driving is on the topic of one ahead. Our companies have been testing it for a while. I think they'll the lockdown. But the social distancing status quo has made the idea of the self driving car former attractive. Here's how five helping to make a time. Striving more reality yes. This is one that i could visualize. I think about the difference between a four environment. Gene i did we talk about this for a long time. When will come to. Fruition will be real. We're seeing this being tested today in pockets throughout the country. And it's not just for driverless. Vehicles thomas eagles. It's also drones. Iii sauce announced this week. Work that we're doing with. Ups on jaw hit ability. When you think about four g Urine at a time of the world today in a forge ecosystem. You want clear the harm front of you on your clearances about four inches. They sung lazy kicked very inefficient to eat assistance. Because you bet latency Attended mills Also used to find yourself in environment where you've got four foot clearance to the carn- primarily because the low lazy kimberly allows that we're having conversations with cities of around the contrary to really understand their planning cycle. Talked about san jose this week at. Cbs in work. We're doing with them. Generally bills smart city capabilities. You build a smart city capability. Five g capability of low latency and bandwidth capability ability for the signals to travel at sea allows a barrier differentiated in a very real experience for smart cities or thomas vehicles and for jobs kicker to be very real as you think about the ups deliver against the demand that they have for home. Delivery drones will played important part of that worry. See not in project and testing. Come faster than you imagine. Because we're finding new in different ways to use power a and how much work has been directly inspired by what's been going on over the last year and in all these solutions are they quick fixes of the problems that we've seen exposed now or solutions that can be applied to society of the long term. I believe tree pandemic everyone was talking about digital transformation and we talked to that everybody will go through digital transformation. Everybody's planning board. What we've seen over. The last month is real time her information. When you're in the middle of a crisis we gotta see patients. They can't come into an office. Got to educate kids and they can't come into school environment when he watery magin entertainment. We've found all kinds of ways with the bronco system to reimagine. And i really do believe that. We've cut three four five years off of the planning cycle going from planning for digital transformation actually deployed digital transformation with our customers is. They're beginning to see possibilities of five jeep whether it's in our lab environments whether it's in cities were of actual diet deployed it's just creating warm more sheer yossi non-commitment to accelerate transformation. It's one of the reasons why i'm really excited about the work that we've done with. Aws in huge. His wouldn't rule that out. Is we now have developers access to whatever it is. They're developing they wanna pull in the power. Uwb work done with edge. The he do that through the normal process that they follow near all cyclone. So we're really bribing out crazy all kinds of exposure to what's possible and if we're truly power five g received look celebrate the potential and identification of those solutions igloos accelerated lead accelerate. Nali as we imagine a whole host code but really we reacting responding to reimagining. An reimagining is happening real time. We think about having dry cheese today. That's good for today and really crisis management to what will be good in different in the future that will have strong society benefits. It's one of the league's About strategy we've said we create the networks roll forward that's the nar defying purpose todd We live now ever before because we have a responsibility not only to employees customers. Shareholders that to society as a stakeholder all right lastly assuming five j works exactly as promise but snappy speeds responsiveness all the way and see. What is your dream application for this technology. What is my dream application. Well how much time do we have to talk about dream applications. I believe a feigen working exactly as we've defined it. I'm super proud of the ability for us to deliver on the timelines. The we've many brown. Deploying city's making the capability Incredibly appreciative for partnerships developed with aws with jerem with apple in same's on other ecosystem. Come to life because who in your law power ecosystem that you begin to imagine solutions. I read the things we talked about today. Healthcare education digital divide are the big ones. And i think five g will absolutely help solve the. We've also made predictions to technology. Used to help invited crew the environment as we think about how to make sure that we play a responsible role in using technology to solve. The world's biggest problems environment includes so we responsibility. We have not location. Were honored to be part of that. Stand that anything. The ability to use technology saul. Some problems is that ryan ismay because we understand and are honored to be part of serving society has a stake over
Tula, the combo USB mic and audio recorder
"Systems. Likely the systems you use today. Learn more at avelar dot com slash talking. So what if. There was a usb mike that also let record at the same time. I think it sounds like a pretty good idea. So does david brown. He's got a new. My call the tula mike It's a two for one. It does double duty and he is talking to us from barcelona spain. David how you doing all right. Tell me why you invented this microphone. Well initially it was. Because of the explosion of content creators people making podcasts and having youtube channels and that type of thing. I wanted to create something that enabled those people to to get good audio easily Even if they are audio professionals and i thought it would be cool if it were a device that could record when you're away from your studio or away from your you know a bedroom studio or whatever. It is out in out in the field that can function as a mobile recorder as well. Okay right now. I could buy a lot of bikes plug directly into the iphone and have pretty good pretty good sound with them Intake the take that with me anywhere or have a usb mic on my desk. So to me after. I've just told you that you would say what well i would say. That the tula the a few things number one. The tula is is a kind of all in one solution. Instead of having one. Mike that plugs into your iphone in another fund that you have on your desk at home it covers all those bases and we like to think that it covers it better than than all of those put together and it looks really nice already. You should tell everybody about two to at a place in russia to our from moscow. What inspired you to To to to name it after this cook you know area of russia. And and and i believe you allow your engineers are in russia. Tell us about the russia connection well. The russia connections is kind of a hot topic. These days. I have a band called brazzaville and were oddly popular in russia. So i've toured extensively in russia for many years and Back in the ninety s in la. I bought a pair of octaves from Guitar center back when they were the first condenser mics. That were sort of affordable and i used him for years and one of the times. When i was on tour. I thank god. I wonder we're up toddlers located. So i looked it up. Sure enough. it's in. This town called tula which i had never heard of before in about a week later i was playing a gig in In cross nar this guy came up to me after the show. And he's like oh man. I'm a big fan. I wonder if you'd ever planned my hometown. Oh we're tula. And i said could you get me a you know a tour of the octave factory. He's like well. I'll try and he had to get special. Fsb permission and all of this military facility long story short. We got the idea to start at first. We were going to partner with taba to make like a kind of high end version of what they do. But in the end that was way too complicated and we ended up just founding our own microphone company which became soyuz. So let's back up a little bit. You're used to live in los angeles. Yes you live. You live in barcelona now okay. And you make microphones in russia to. How does that all get. How put that all together for me. I have a lot of airline miles. Well i grew up in la like right actually in la unlike most people who tell you they grew up in la grew up. Like basically in downtown wilshire and fairfax even more. like i. Like the koreatown. You know hoover in third and around there but i lived there for for most of my life and then about seventeen years ago. I just had this idea to move to barcelona just mostly because it just seemed like a good idea and It was a great idea as it turns out. I've never regretted it okay. So you're living barcelona and you fly on air flow aeroflot's to moscow Three times a week or three times a month or sadly not this year but last year. How often were you going all. I would go at least once a month. I would say and I know moscow really. Well i love russia immensely. It's beautiful country. With incredible people gets a really bad rap. I mean they're and bad people like anywhere but good luck with the tula. Mike which will be out in january one ninety nine.
A donut day before the storm? Is six days going to be enough?
"I'm health reported. Teigen tyler an assistant journalist author norman swan. It's friday the twentieth of november water week. What a week in date especially for people in south australia. And if you listening with thinking of you in lockdown at the moment but norman as well. Yesterday there were no new cases in south australia there in super hard lockdown if that finding more cases over the next couple of days can i just go straight back to normal as soon as lockdowns iva well. That's possible i suspect that what The authorities will do is give themselves another four or five day window just to make sure there aren't any because the six days is predicated. They think this is a short incubation period. Virus and we talked about that in yesterday's krona cast. It's unlikely that's true. It's probably just virus coronavirus like any other and it's going to be five days and therefore might wanna wait another few days just to check it out. They'll probably release people and a bit more and allow people to go out for more exercise and so on so it's going to be much more like a stage. Three i would imagine would be fairly safe to do. Going back to zero is probably politically a bit. Risky. because you don't want to reimpose it if if more cases reappear but you might relax and let people to go out so i suspect you might be on a ten day cycle in south australia. But what do i know. It's fantastic news. There are zero cases with a lot of testing being done and is a lot of testing. It's in in proportion. It's about the same. As victoria was at the peak of their pandemic. And we've been in touch with south australian health trying to see if we can get some more information about this strain that they were talking about that that the public health officer was saying how short incubation period and was mild. But they haven't been able to release that genomic info yet so we actually nar if it's materially different to the other corona virus strains that secular around the world. It's not. You can't really be unless some mutations. has occurred this is virus. That's come in from with somebody from brisbane. It's going to be one of the circulating viruses and britain. I'm not aware that the british are saying that they've got anything peculiar but their viruses are behaving. This was said at the beginning of the new south wales when they got somebody coming in from victorian you got the crossroads motel say that they were noticing very short incubation times. It was a different kind of fires. You didn't hear much more beyond that. Because i think it was just an artifact of the cluster where you just got intense spread during the cluster. Which makes you think that. It's a different virus. But in fact a different style of virus but in fact it's not
Tom Kennedy, 'Name That Tune' host, dead at 93
"Show host Tom Kennedy died. He was 93 Kennedy. Gotta start the weight 19 fifties, joining his brother Jack Nar's in show business. Both ended up being game show host. I wonder Jim pick at that gym pick new Tom Kennedy. He knew all those guys. They all hung together because that's a very specific genre of Hollywood entertain with epic of a club. That's right, you don't say was Kennedy's first big hit game show lasted six seasons. During its first run, Kennedy best remembered for another game show. It started in 1970. For that one lasted almost eight years, Hollywood two contestants were playing against each other for the right to win $100,000 on the one of $1000 name that tune live performers. They would play the song Sing the Sons and then the contestants will have to guess what the song Wass they sing it right up to the title. I didn't want to give it away. Obviously, when those singers was AH woman named Kathie Johnson I know her as Kathie Lee Gifford that so she got her start modest beginnings. This song. It doesn't just sound since so seventies. So Yeah. Look like laughing. Dante. Yeah. Yeah, Kennedy would take over hosting duties on password plus after the death of another game show legend Wisconsin's very own. Allen Ludden. Kennedy also did the syndicated version of The price is right. The primetime version at least the one that ran at night Bob Barker did. The daytime One was also an actor with appearances on the Ghost and Mrs Muir, Hardcastle and McCormick Cannon. And also on that girl, which I watched with lunch. Howard's on one of the Old East Station, Marlo Thomas. All awesome of fashion's Must be mind blowing.
The Latest On municipal Elections
"A little bit about municipal elections of course in Brazil What what what's that? Give us give us the the big picture festival well, I voted a big deal because every single one of five, thousand, five, hundred. Seventy Brazilian cities will be voting for mayors and for councillors as well. So it's a big election, and of course, it's always as it happens to other countries it's a preview of the two, thousand, twenty, two presidential elections. So be interesting to see what's going to be the role of both sonar because of the beginning just a few months ago said, he's not going to get involved but now we're seeing that he's supporting a few of the candidates, but the thing is, of course, there's You know there's there's thirty or forty percent of the electorate that you know would vote for Bush scenario candidate but he's extremely toxic as well. the order. The same amount of number would never vote for a candidate supported by both sonar. Again I think it's going to be a very tough divisive election and again, Workers Party used to be such a strong political party Brazilian losing the appeal order. centre-left parties are starting to kind of gain more traction instead of the workers spiders. So that's an interesting thing about this election as well, and what do the polls say I mean just ready to? An association whether perceived or real with both narrow can be a boost or it can be a problem depending on where in the political spectrum you are. Do we know what the polls tell us and there's another interesting things on there in terms of the sorts of characters who are standing for action a big increase in number of military personnel. Explain also that we've talked about before absolutely and again this increasing military personnel of course, it comes more from the right-wing part but even the left they have some candidates and even in their names when people are voting is like major tone. Exactly. Or you know they they actually add they're tied to pseudo name. So people know exactly what they used to do but you know I was talking about another classic example here's some Paul the first South who someone is, is a hat on the polls he's supported by scenario is a TV presenters will kind of a populist even though he's ahead I'm not sure if he's actually going to win because there's he has a vast number of people that will never vote for him just because of his association with both Sonar, and in Rio you know we're loosing the blue. Shoe, quite a lot about this. Myself Valleys the current mayor and a former gospel singer as well. Again, he only have like forty percent of the polls. He didn't do a very good administration from. What I hear from people living there as well but he's the candidates have been supported by both sonar. I wonder if we're that can tell us a bit more house the reaction. Rio above that listen to I was going to bring you speak about Venezuela in a second but just on this point about it's both scenario I mean is he he sort of overshadow everything? Is it one of those things being Vanessa mentioned if we look at Rio these races, they're also have proxies for people's view about both in our that's certainly what it seems like sometimes looking from the outside. Yes. But also particularly that the main issue in. The minute always been it's totally economic, right so aside from all these elections and everything, it's really which parties are willing to offer some sort of boost to to the people living there and what we have. She had underneath the Bulls Nar administration in recent months, which allows cariocas from, which is, of course, this this payout to to the most deprived in the population, which is and so will very much depend on whether that sort of extended over the next few months to tidy through the election or not I. Think I think economic issue is a big thing. Here we go. There's some interesting aspects. Of this election as well so far we had the record number of candidates thirty, four percent of all the candidates are women. That's a record that doesn't mean that they will be elected sometimes they come from the smaller political parties as well, and for the first time we have candidates, they are either black or mixed race then white, that's a that's a first So even though we are under the administration that probably don't care that much about quotas or this kind of things but you know you see a little bit of change in Brazil perhaps the candidates are beginning to start to look like. The population in general. So that's an interesting aspect of this election and certainly something to welcome just briefly Fernando. Last point on. This is one of these areas where it would be a mistake to read too much into what happens in the municipal elections where we look ahead to the next general election or actually is quite a good indicator of which way the political winds on a national level also blowing I think we should definitely pay attention to this election in two thousand sixteen. We saw the rise of the right and kind of you could kind of understand Wassenaar was elected two years after. Okay interesting. Stuff listen. Let's cross back to you and I I mentioned Venezuela let's talk about this. You were living there I think some some years ago, but there's this really complex interesting legal battle that also comes right here to to London town as well. Tell us a bit more about this. Yes. So don't remind listeners the Maduro government launched legal action against the Bank of England earlier this year to try and force the Bank to release gold that the country has stored in the bank sports and England's quartered appeal decision that was made earlier this week on Monday isn't as definitive, some of the headlines had suggested. And they're sort of several layers to this. But essentially, the appeals court overturned a judgment which said that the UK had recognized opposition leader one guy do as Venezuela's rightful president. So in other words that local ruling is a victory for Maduro essentially sidelining any perceived power that Guido had as Venezuela's rightful president but Monday's decision actually means that this whole I mean it's a lot of money is a one billion. Dollars equivalent in gold. It will go back to the High Court in England and it will be up to a higher court to determine more definitively which of these two rival leaders is in charge in Venezuela and therefore he has control over the shiny gold bars which obviously tend to grab the column inches but I guess into this is a case where. This case speaks to a bigger picture dozen and it does also reflect this ongoing, very divisive political battle in in. Caracas. Can you just tell us what is the latest there what? What's the situation? Is it one of these things where again Everything that flows politically flows out of the economic strife, the country still during. Quite right I mean reading the actual ruling it disorders show unpick really the mess that Venezuela and the international community has got itself into with this to President Saga that's been going on since January twenty nineteen and the upstate new nothing the people who've been living there I mean in abject poverty fleeing the country in the millions and that has no proper healthcare system i. Mean when I was living back in twenty seventeen lesson learned today to do with this highly contagious virus. So the situation is critical as I say, having having an uncleared dramatic stance, own issues like the Golden, the Bank of England, which mode no doubt will go on for months only wasn't the the situation inside the country and creates stalemate when nothing moves on or improves. Tricky Times still ahead listen to it was good to hear from you, and if you're here in studio thank you. That's Markle's if you had noticed and Lucinda Elliott
Rob Knight and the Gnarbox
"It's a quick chat this time with my Buddy Mr Rob night over there he has some experience with a little device call of the NAR box. We're GONNA be talking about that and kind of what his overall impressions are with the device, taking it in the field around the world and. Sort of putting it in interesting situations. Rob Night how you doing man? Hey, man I'm GonNa thanks for having me. Yeah. Yeah. Good to have you. Yeah. We got to Chattan. We you and I got to chat about this thing the non locks, which is which is a little device if people that may not have heard of it. It is a hard drive. This is actually a full computer in here it's going to display. It's got ISO got a battery on their for power in. It's got a input for St Cards and CF cards and I think that's a that's simply on there as well and USB see on there. So you can actually plug another hard drive into this. So it's main purpose and you correct me if I'm wrong because you're more of an expert on this and I am its main purposes if when you're on the go to ingest your files where there'd be video from a drone or still camera or whatever into the device. It does a check some on those files to make sure what it copied over is is there. So it double checks shirts there? And then it allows you using their software because the devices WIFI using their software you can go through and start calling and sorting and labeling and key wording and all that stuff directly within your tablet or your phone while you're still in the field that I get it. Right is that is that what it? Yeah that's about it. I mean in short, it's a little computer. And you use your ipad or your phone as the interface for it. Although version two, which the when you're holding up, it does have four buttons on the on the front that go at the LCD. So you can't operate it without attaching it to your phone or your. IPAD, which I really liked as a big improvement over the version. Yeah. Yeah. It's a cool device in the I talked to will, Afrikaner he's the CMO over there. He was taking me through the device and I mentioned that it feels like its military spec like if something that you'd be issued a military and he said it was actually built to military's Beck. So it is. It is a device that you could theoretically find in someone's backpack in uniform. What what are your experiences with it? What do you think without without me leaving the witness? You Tell Me What what rob nights experiences with the Nar box two point Oh sure well. Like you mentioned it is built like a tank and. There's a few things I love about it since my cameras use SD cards I, think that's great The other thing is it's so well weather sealed that I can actually put an st card in it and close it and it's weather sealed while I'm downloading and backing up my data. That's really cool. I've taken it to places like Peru, February back when we could go anywhere and I'm literally living on a riverboat on the Amazon for a week and I didn't want to take my computer down there. So instead, I'm backing up hundreds of images day using this and plugging in an external hard drive to it. So one of the big differences between this and other similar things is just that as I plug in my hard drive. My little portable drive. This will run the drive and download to it. all at the same time. If I want download a copy to the Nar box and to the external drive at the same time, have two copies. I can do that too. It's. It's very flexible as far as that goes And then you know sometimes you I I don't like to do a lot of work in the field usually especially, if I'm in Peru on a photography workshop the last thing I want to do is take time away from my clients and sit in front of my computer for hours. When I could be. In Peru. So I'm not doing a lot of work, but you know sometimes you get your, you're doing a shoot and you just know you got that one shot. You can use the Nar box apps on your phone, connect the phone to the Wi fi on nar box and and I can download images right into light room I can I like you said you can. You can add ratings that kind thing So if I want to, I, can put things right into light room and they're on my computer when I get home. And that's pretty awesome. What That's been my sort of typical use case I was I did some production work off a friend of mine my buddy Eddie tap on a video production that we're doing and we spent a week. On location doing. Like I was telling you a little while ago before we were recording six hundred, twenty gigabyte as d cards, worth of video in the morning and the same in the afternoon when the light was good and so I would get go back to my hotel room between Hook up the Nar box downloading everything to are are working hard drive. So at the end of the day, everything's all downloaded and I know it's there and we can format guards and start back over tomorrow that was a huge benefit and things. So rugged I can put an D. card. Okay. We're shooting here we're moving to the other side of the location I'm GonNa Plug in Nasty Card, Set I one thing I I should talk about to with the APPS. They, basically, there's so much. It's improved over version one with this that. I, I? I just ended this and does this. it's a colliding new product for I it completely. Yes. One of the things that drove me nuts with the first one is that you have to hook it to your phone or your ipad to work anything.
Can Victoria get it done in three more weeks?
"Sino Men People Victoria had been working really hard for weeks and weeks now to try to get the numbers down there and they've gone from seven hundred ish new cases of Covid Day Dan to two hundred in about three weeks. I'm sorry there's another three weeks before those restrictions are due to the stage four restrictions. How likely is that going to be able to go back to a normal way of life at that time? There are a lot of variables I think is highly unlikely that people will be going back to a normal way of life in Victoria for a long time to come, for example, mandatory mass to be out there for a long time to come what's a long time I don't know the answer to that question. But really for quite awhile, and certainly it's going to be a help to have mandatory masks when they do start relieving restrictions I think we're going to be very nervous about lifting restrictions with anything more than zero spreads. So that's what they're expected expecting but I think that's Unlikely, in three weeks and people getting tired in D., H. S.. So you've got some incredibly hard workers who the contact tracing the testing who are running teams and they're getting really tired. It's emotionally difficult for them. They're they're doing incredible work as indeed are victorians under this lockdown you'd have to say so an since which those teams hold together manage to actually go the distance themselves and then are those teams really being held by the system. So you've got h care that still a problem Victoria it's not at all clear the extent to which you've got healthcare worker problems in hospitals. They were very late telling us about the role Melbourne break. There were probably late telling us about the Franks hospital. If to save face or political problems, they're not telling us about hospital outbreaks and those continue and they're being spread to patients. I don't know whether they are not one here's anecdotes, but if they don't get in there and solve those very specific problems of high risk workplaces like food, processing storage, and so on. And each care and hospitals then they could continue to be sources of outbreaks moving forward. So has the department got the capacity to get in there and just as a matter of interest for you the that's not the responsibility of Brett Sutton chief health officer. There are other by teen structure in Victoria, and they have a chief medical officer who's in charge of safety and quality in healthcare and the and the bureaucrats obviously have a major responsibility here. So let's hope that they can get on top of that to control the epidemic. What's Christmas look in Victoria look they could be zero spread certainly by Christmas we. Should be zero spread well before that but it's this ability to actually get in there and deal with that and deal with it transparency transparently and shine a light on where the problems and admit to it because admitting to it is not just taking flak in the press. This is about actually the whole system being organized around with our full who points of the outbreak, and we know that there are focal points already and just telling us what their efforts are in those areas and their strategy because at the moment I suspect some daughter are being hidden from us and we don't know and I don't think they're going to get zero spreading unless they can sort that out. Well, we've got some. Feedback and some clarifications from audience and thank you all so much for talking to us and letting us know what you're thinking about when you're listening. I'm recalling clarification corner that's right and so the first clarification to clarify is that we asked you guys to send in how long it was taking tests to come back where you live and we said that remote parts of Australia it was taking twenty four to forty eight hours and then in Melbourne in Victoria it was taking about five days and people saying that Nar, lots of friends and family getting Melvin test results back in twenty four to forty eight hours. True. So maybe there was a bit of a self selecting bias there as a health. And Science report is we should be on that but thanks for keeping us on ties with that one you guys ended no defense. We did say it was anecdotal, but that's not us being defensive. We should have probably emphasized that and I have another question for clarification, which comes from our episode where she can go back and find which is why vaccines mandatory and we talked about their research, which showed the suggested what the order of symptoms where which started with fever went to cough and so on and quite rightly people have written in and saying that is not to be taken as Gospel absolutely is right. The any of the symptoms that you get in any order it doesn't you don't. Have to fever go and get tested. So Muscle sore throat that sort of thing get tested fevers essential and another thing that we're getting a lot from you guys on is questions about vaccine. So we thought we would do a quick fire Monday on vaccines and just try to cover up as many of your questions as possible. So Norman you ready to answer some vaccine questions off too deep breath ready to go. Now, how is an unvaccinated person a threat to a vaccinated person? So I take it this comes from comments at government level where people are saying well, if you're not immunized, you won't get on a train or you want to go to an office situation and what have you What's the problem with that? If everybody else is vaccinated well. The fact of the matter is that. This issue of Herod Immunity. and. The more people who are immunized the less circulating ours you've got and the less have spreading it. So a big reason why you want ninety five percent of kids in their first year of life to be immunized and a lot of the rest of us to be reunited as well as so there's not much around. So kids who are vulnerable in the first three or four months of life don't catch hooping cough. So in a sense you, we are trying to remove the burden of disease in the community how they distributed, but it's Unclear but I would imagine through general patches through pharmacies and also targeted immunization programs to healthcare workers and heath care centers, and so on. It would be very silver to try and create a whole new process. For this, we've got recognize immunizing the public and that's what we should use. In this case just make sure it was just the right place because you're going to maintain a call chain. So the viruses are active and effective when when you get to the point of delivering is there enough evidence to suggest that it's safe not yet. Which is why those phase three trials. So important, it doesn't take that many cases to actually find out whether it works and human beings. Maybe four hundred people need to be infected with covid nineteen in vaccine experiment so that the two hundred, the placebo two, hundred in the active group to find out whether it works but you gotTa do it maybe thirty thousand people to find out that it's safe just to be sure that rare side effects don't emerge. The answer is no particular question on pregnant women will it be safe? Pregnant women? The answer is unknown at this stage. It's known that the influenza vaccine is safe is very safe in pregnant women, and in fact, pregnant women must be immunized for influence because you do not want to catch influence when you're pregnant. And you don't want to be to catch it two straight after birth. So pregnancies. A really important question to be asked. So pregnancy and children and immuno-compromised those are the groups of people where you are going to have to test it and be sure it's likely. It will be safe from past experience. But some of these vaccines are very new technologies that haven't been properly tested in all groups. In the community we do know that the Oxford style vaccine which is the chimpanzee virus has been tested. In children in with other viruses it's been around for a while that technology and it was safe and children and effective with other viruses. I can't quit you homegrown in my head at the moment but says some experience there but the Mr Vaccine from the United States or Germany those we are yet to be tasted in those groups will get the vaccine I while they say that what who get it are. People who are older people complicated medical problems, healthcare workers, and high risk environments. Those sorts of situations which will be is I, but here's the problem. If you don't immunize the poll population as quickly as possible, the virus is mutating all the time and that if you vaccinate if you immunize than mutations of the virus which are not covered by the vaccine could escape. And multiply if you don't get in there, do it quickly and that's one of the problems of Mexico or wherever is taking up the Russian vaccine some countries trying out in a couple of thousand people. You could actually get mutations of the virus surviving in countries like that and seaways antibody resistance, and we could be creating a nightmare for herself by ourselves by another country. Just little bits of immunization and we get viral resistance. Well, that's a real nice note to end on. Thanks everyone for your vaccine questions and let us know if you lock these quickfire rounds and if so what you'd like us to talk about next time
Columbia Sportswear's Gert Boyle Faced Down Sexism and Ageism
"Boyle. Grew. Columbia sportswear into a downfield powerhouse is the third Nar five-part series on the origin stories of iconic companies. We originally aired this episode about boils legacy after she died last. November, let's listen back. She was one tough mother and proud of it. Gert Boyle, the ninety five year old Chairman of Columbia Sportswear died earlier this month since then accolades poured in for boil, she was a formidable funny icon of the outdoor apparel world notorious for her resilience and her toughness qualities that empowered her to guide Columbia from near bankruptcy in the early seventies to what the New York. Times. Now calls the largest outerwear brand in the United States, a three billion dollar business. Gert Boyle was born gertrude lamb from in Germany in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, four, when she was thirteen, the family fled Nazi Germany moving to Portland Oregon there her father lamb from bought the Rosenfeld hat company worried about antisemitism. He changed the name to the Columbia hat company. Columbia evolved from hats to outdoor year including a fishing vest that Gert than a homemaker raising three kids designed. Gertz husband Neil Boyle eventually became CEO of the family business. But in nineteen seventy, the forty seven year, old leader suffered a fatal heart attack. Suddenly Gert found herself at the helm of an eight. Hundred Thousand Dollar Company. She had no idea how Neil had run it nor how she and her son twenty, one year old, Timothy would manage. As CEO of Columbia Gert frequently encountered sexism, but she always had an acerbic comeback as the new. York Times reported Gert recalled that a businessman upon learning. She was the president exclaimed, but you're a woman her answer. You know I noticed that when I got up this morning. Still, the combination of rampant sexism in her inexperience almost killed the company by Nineteen seventy-one. Gert. Agreed to entertain an offer to purchase it. But when the buyer a man offered, only fourteen hundred dollars she custom out and slammed the door in his face wrote Doug Schnitt span who profiled her for outside magazine. Gert said for fourteen hundred dollars. I would just as soon run this business into the ground myself that encounter galvanized Gruden Tim with a combination of unconventional strategies including being the first to use the waterproof fabric. GORTEX. They saved Colombia and set it on its growth path while all of their outdoor industry rivals including the north face in Patagonia. Marketed their wares to elite climbers and adventurers girding in Tim, we're happy to sell their products. Products at department stores at lower prices that strategy shocked the young industry and it worked so too did the Marketing Campaign Gert? Boyle is best known for the one that featured her as just what she was. One tough mother that campaign which ran from nineteen, eighty, four to two, thousand, five depicted gert down to earth mob oil. Now, take no nonsense mother who didn't suffer fools gladly, and who would allow nothing less than perfection A. A string of TV ads showed Gert using her son Tim as a product Tester to prove that they're outerwear was both warm and waterproof. In the first. She had tim dressed in Columbia's famous three layer system. Walk through a car wash. Her favorite one was one in which she drove a Zamboni on a hockey rink. Right over her long suffering son dressed in Columbia gear. Of course, he was lying the ice breathing through a straw. Straw apprentice out of the same era for the boundary peak parker quoted the Middle Aged Gert, saying I've got hot flashes to keep me warm. You'll need something that zips mob boils tough. Mother ads are credited with transforming a little known business into a household name inside the company. Her wit was also on display. She summed up her guidance for other leaders. This way early to bed early to rise work like hell and advertise. She might have added and work like hell. Until the day you die, she made it to the office on her ninety fifth birthday in March and was still having business discussions shortly before her death on November third according to outsides Schmidt's Pon. Gert Boyle will be remembered for many things among them, her belief which she shared often with younger women that a woman could do anything and also her conviction that older workers are assets in the workplace. Indeed, in her nineties, she wrote perhaps my presence in the office offers a message that managers liked to put older workers out to pasture. Out. To lunch.
Save the Truck for Last
"Has July fourteenth twenty twenty. This is perhaps the most scatter brained scattershot have ever been for one of these. Bob. Home casts who will host. This thing cast. Get somebody from the chat show. Thanks for tuning in everybody. This is the giant bomb cast. This is us. We Got Jeff A. Scene. Shoemaker and I'm here. Jabbering. Away, the lung control I'm sorry I just. I just started my taxes right before this I. Oh no! Just installed a new audio interface that I hadn't tested before we went live. Going on right now. I am ill prepared for the show. How everyone! All right we. Go. That sounds. Spent my Texas a couple of months ago. I think Brad. This is the second time you scared me about taxes. What happened the last time I think last week you talked about taxes and panic and he's. Like wait. Is it a shorter year this year? Too I get a refund I. Don't know God you as you did your taxes before the original deadline right? Yeah, that was the first time I've ever done that. Man I tried to be prepared for once sounds pretty great. Second year in a row only had to file one. Whatever the thing is a w. that's what it is. Oh Nice it's clean. It's clean living. Easier Oh my God being a freelancer sucks. Yeah, man! Yes, he scrape. They. Don't tell you they don't teach you any of that. I had the same experience about going on twenty years. Making all this money review video games. I'm just gonNA spend it all. Yeah, At the end of the year, it's like Oh. Oh Man, it's a good thing. I got that modest. Stipend. bought. To California because I'm going to have to spend it all pay these taxes. Boys exactly what happened. Anyway, that's. Yes. What's new? Come on. I don't know just? For me, it's just been all baby stuff all the time Yemen. She's. Going to be a year old next week. Yeah She likes standing up on a lot of stuff now, which is fucking terrifying or she's going to be mobile before you know it running around. pull up onto stuff and then take one hand off and then turn around and starts stomping while hold nonstop, but it's. Closer every single day. She's revving up. Yeah, she's She's GonNa Start Hurt herself a whole lot. Pretty soon works on down over and over again until she figures it out. yeah, she. She's also growing. What what I think are like thousand teeth at the same time. Oh, no so the eating stuff has been super rough last night. She woke up a couple of times. Screaming just screaming, I'm here trying to play the streets of rage, two on mixer and other feeling. And this baby God am I right now data earlier like come on baby. We've only got like ten days left to use the streaming service really on mixer. Kit Wait until the twenty fourth. Grow your teeth later. While I'm trying to grow this audience. I. Bet You can probably just about got nick sorority yourself at this point, right? I think everyone that is a mixer user is still on there. They just all have. It's like mixer. The front page still has like the Strip of your are featured partners, but all of them have like status messages that say. Come on twitch. Follow me on twitch. Streaming to both and saying like a you should move over to twitch I'm over there to one and not a lot of people. I've seen saying like come on facebook gaming. I'll be that. A lot of that, but admittedly I haven't I haven't dug into deep to mixer to see. who's doing that sort of stuff but NAR, should you? Know Yeah, that's Yeah, I'm not. I have been following that stuff. All that closely, but youtube types on their sounds like. Every everyone I've seen has had a message saying come find me on twitter I. Don't think I've seen a lot of people saying come find me on Youtube of other. The Ninja has certain four night. Streamer seems to have relocated the Youtube. How Yeah Not Weighing, in on Tick Tock his or or the universe or the University of the same thing. I don't know He. The other thing was like you know. He's put videos up on youtube before, so it wasn't necessarily like a a sort of thing the where it was like. Hey, I'm on youtube now. What will happen with all? That signed the oath. Oh No, no, it sounds like. It's still just kinda out there house. Doing whatever business dealing, he is doing I'd waiting for twitch to make them an offer free agent Cedeno right. Yeah, SO I! Don't know maybe Maybe they'll. They'll start a new thing which doesn't seem like a smart. Move if you look at mixer like I feel like if Microsoft. Kinda can't make it happen. With a new service that actually has really strong technology at its base, I feel like starting a new streaming service for games. That has no other real hook to it. doesn't seem part also. Do you think? Do you think that the mixer implosion is kind of like the beginning of the end of those giant exclusivity deals because I mean if? If they signed the biggest streamers on twitch and nothing happened. With their service like those, you're always going to have some sucker who comes in with too much money? who thinks that they can who who looks at twitch and goes we do that.
"One and welcome to mentally yours. Metro Case Mental Health podcast I'm event and today. I'm chatting to Juno Dawson. She's a journalist and also who's recently released a novel called Wonderland. We've tested to have before on the podcast about trans. Women and mental health in general today. We're catching up with her to see how she's doing in lockdown and also to chat about her recent work. Dawson welcome back to mentally as thanks so much for coming on. Thank you for having me back time. Do I know exactly what it was? It was two years ago because I was really lay. Train hilarity and I've never been so stressed and then not only was I. I went to the wrong. Cheat stuff as well. I can't believe it's been two years, but thanks for coming back on. We were already gently checking about this before we started recording. How have you been getting on during lockdown generally? It's strange now because I want to use the phrase noble because I don't think his normal. Ud, just kind of comes and goes in waves. Doesn't it kind of? How bothered you are by things and I. Think in a strange with that. We've sled a relaxed some of the lockdown roles. It's almost harder in a way like when it was very strict roles, we'll do what we couldn't couldn't dare. Except for Dominic Cummings, who did? What we were allowed to do, and we all we all just stay home and we isolated with the people that we lived. Whereas now there's all these thousands of perplexing roles about you can go to the zoo, but you can't see grandma you're. You're allowed to go for Bob Hewitt at your friends, but you cannot can't use the toilet, so it's all. It's all very strange. During knows us to be happening when it's super strange. If you're single like me, because a friend tweeted earlier, basically you can go to the zoo, but you still have sex. If, you're single. Technically like that has been no announcement about anything like that. So that's is just a weird state of events is net, but anyway. The zoo. A question. So to get the most serious stuff. Have you found anything particularly challenge challenging during the pandemic. yeah I think. Initial theory again we've been. We've been inside for months now. going chronologically at the beginning of lockdown. Wife found really difficult was pretending that everything was normal. Think particularly as a writer people looked at. My life has one which could very much carry on us normal like. What are you worried about? You can just keep on writing like this'll be great. You could just get the next novel done. And so I made a little office space in my living room of tried to. was really really pushing myself to work. Like from nine to five and Then at the same time. I was like project managing my partner as well because he'd been furloughed was right will. This is a list of jobs that need doing around the house. About maybe three weeks in I just had a complete breakdown, and it manifested with me attacking of Venetian blind. Wasn't that wasn't behaving in the way I wanted it to, but that's just wasn't remember that night. I just went to bed, and just cried and cried and cried and Max I think wasn't really shall what was going on, but I think. I just needed to let it out because I've been soft clinging mom. And and you know, it wasn't normal and isn't normal this this isn't like anything that anyone who is alive now has experienced I mean potentially if you are old enough to remember World War Two and I guess you. You've lived through this situation before, but everybody Balm Post Nineteen fifty isn't GonNa remember any of situation like this and I think the there was almost I had to go through a process of just accepting that nothing was the same an indeed and I've had seen the people of referred to it as a love, the same emotions as bereavement. Light let's Elaine go part. Of like, you're not going to be seeing your friends, you're not going to be seeing your family. You'RE NOT GONNA be. Doing exactly what you want to do. Doubled up, point is. Public Health Fairs. Are. We GonNA get sick. Are we going to die? I'm having I was very lucky in that nobody who I personally NAR has. died of Covid, but my daddy did get sick from something else, so we were trying to deal with you. Know my dad being in hospital and Oh my God. He's in hospital with his diabetes is GonNa get coronavirus. So it was it was a lot, but the not feels like years ago now because that was like right at the beginning of lockdowns. That really does feel like a different life.
Unicorns of the Sea Reveal Sound Activities
"In real life, Nar walls don't speak English. Like the one bidding farewell to will Ferrell's character in the movie. Elf instead they sound more like this. That's an audio clip recorded by scientists last summer under the icy waters of northwest, Greenland. We want to describe what animals are doing. We I better understand what sounds are telling us. If Guinea Podolsky. A geophysicist at Hokkaido University in Japan, but Alcee and his colleagues study the soundscape of glacial fjords. They're noisy places where icebergs crash into the ocean and air bubbles visit of melting ice. These yards are also home to Charles. The animals are sometimes called unicorns of the seat because of their single long spiral Tusk and they're shy, which makes them hard to study so Polski teamed up with local at hunters who snuck up on narrow walls in kayaks and captured audio. That's the sound of a Narwhal looking for food, using echo-location like a dolphin or a bat. and. That's an all closing in on its prey, which had vacuums up into its toothless mouth, so start sounding like to my ear like a chain source something wick. Since? It's so many little clique SOM- that Kennedy even. Them and this is recognized as a foraging related sound used those by other animals, for example, other dolphins or bats. They do the same trick, because when they approach the target, their prey which is phenomenal, so Arctic Greenland Halibut. The want to update their. Knowledge about the position of the target more frequently because the target is moving, and they need to suck it in and. That's why the interval is getting shorter and we even using some simple simple assumptions. A equation can know how far the animal is from the target. The whistles you heard earlier are thought to be social calls individuals communicating with other nar walls. The researchers reported these observations in the Journal of Geophysical Research. Oceans, bursts, deal sounds which we don't know what they mean. And there are several wicketless, but also says that listening to Nar walls is a first step toward understanding this mysterious wail, and how it will cope climate, change, shipping, and other human activities alter its Arctic home. They're all this things taking place right now. In the region which will affect somehow this animals, but we have no clue even about the state or the previous state of this animal. So if we want to learn what's going to happen, we better start now and I hope this is where sound monitoring can help us to learn more about this still mysterious creatures.
What's a Narwhal's Tusk For?
"Deep beneath the frozen surface of the Arctic Swims Unicorn and reality. It's a whale with the spiral tusks sprouting from. Its head the Narwhal. Biologists have long debated the purpose of male Narwhal tusks. The task like those of elephants are actually elongated. Teeth is Nar. Walls are usually below the race. It's tough to see how they use their tests. It turns out. We don't know pretty much anything about them. Because they're impossible to study really in the Wild Arizona State University evolutionary biology graduate. Student Zachary Graham. He wondered if the males tusks were a sign of status as a potential reproductive partner. Comparing tusk size to the wheels overall body size could provide evidence one of the main trends. That it's been documented over hundred different animals. One hundred different traits is disproportional growth. We call that hyper elementary and all that means is that the sexual trait is growing disproportionately compared to the rest of the body. So it's not like the biggest nor wall is just a scaled up version of a baby. Narwhal what we toughed is disproportionately long and then we also see that. There's intense variation so grandma and his team turned to measurements collected from two hundred and fifty adult males over thirty five years. The majority of them are from the inuit hunt so the inuit have been killing our walls for thousands and thousands of years in any time they do that. The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources Them to collect data turns out the length of us can vary widely even for males the same size ranging from a foot and a half to more than eight feet the finding in the journal biology letters the top tusks thus appear to be like a billboard that shouts look at me on the biggest after all only the strongest best fed individuals can afford to produce such an ostentatious ornaments. Of course Tusk can do more than just say you doing the fact that these nor was always have the scars on them makes us think that it's likely communication structure that also functions as a weapon for grand. There's also a larger issue some evolutionary biologists have recently proposed by apotheosis at groups of animals with elaborate sexual signals are more likely to specie eight and diversify than those without. We know that the world's changing around us more than ever so understanding how and why some species are going to be able to adapt and deal with. This is key. If we're to protect and manage species that we have on earth today.
"nar" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Think you got a nickname As a result of that theology Batman. Yeah Yeah Yeah Andrews background with a smirk on his face but They really respond with utter hate. So I mean in a way. They're they're murderous as As planned parenthood. Oh Yeah Yeah. Ver- very very unfortunate Now Justin you. You have a lot of good materials for people to be able to understand this material. I have one of them right here. Clouds without water in this volume two is an updated version of volume. One correct What are what are we? Everybody can get it from Justin Peters Dot Org But really what is the content of this? Yeah it's to DVD's and it's about eight hours of teaching but it's my entire seminar. All the videos have video clips of all these false teachers binney hand Kenneth Copeland Jolo Seen Joyce Meyer Bill. Johnson Joseph Prints and I'll let people see and hear for themselves what they're actually teaching. It's not just me saying well. Kenneth Copeland said I play the clips? You see the video clips. You say what they're teaching right out of the Horse's mouth and then point by point. I corrected from scripture. Just go through and correct it from scripture. So it's It's a critique of the word of faith movement New Apostolic Reformation. Yeah and I think that there's one I'm not sure. Let me know about this. 'cause I've been wondering for a while is one of the most hilarious theology videos that I've seen I think it has Victoria hosting and She said Jesus was manned until God touched him an and she says moments and that's encouraging today and then it breaks over to you know that's heretical. Today is that real. A Rosette edited though. It's a real clip. No it's a real that was originally from you or somebody piece that together. No no yeah. That was mine. I found that video Yes he was leading a like communion Lord's supper search and Yes she's quoted her exactly right. Yeah she said that Jesus was just a man until touched him in his career the inside and that's encouraging day radical Larry seen it Shared I shared every year. Pops up in my memories on facebook You you also have other material as well I'm very found of and I grabbed it. as smif aspires for pastoral ministry. This your book do not hinder them made me rethink the baptism of children. I know we got like a mature. Daryl where where we at here? I understand the Paleo position better. I'll say that understand. It better not completely convinced but I understand it. Better just probably now wants to correct et over here. Yeah it's important for us. Understand the position of others. I mean even these. These wolves like the those scenes. The HINZ Copeland's Johnson's. It is important for us to understand what these people are actually believing what they're actually teaching so that we can correctly rebuke these teachings. Yeah and You know I'm I'm very encouraged by what seems to be many people that are starting to come out of these colts and you know you can only attributed to the power of the. Gospel that is brought forth by faithful believers. Yeah Yeah that's right and you know James kind of tagging onto that one of the great the logical ironies in all of this. Is that the people in word of faith new reformation. They would look at people like us sadness and they say oh you don't believe in the Holy Spirit you don't believe in the power of the Holy Spirit to the contrary so faults to the contrary I am so confident in the power of the person of the Holy Spirit of God that I do not believe that someone can be in dwelt by him in. Stay in this kind of deception and even if the Holy Spirit of God is strong enough to save us. He strong enough to deliver out of deception. And so there are some scattered seep in these falls church. Absolutely there are some scattered seat now. There are no mature. Shake zero there there. There are no mature Christians at go. Did these churches none. Because if you're mature in Christ you wouldn't be going to these Turkey slow but there are some immature. Christians are baby Christians but what will happen when they hear the truth when they see the truth from the word of God? Explain to them. They see it. They're gonNA come out and that's GONNA stay there. That's what I've seen in scripture of promise. All these wonderful plans for our lives of you know if we tied just just enough in this ninety day tithing challenge than God is. GonNa pour down the blessings of heaven owner We're going to prosper in all of our ways. But you know what I started reading the book of acts and I Seen Stephen. Getting installed a Peter. Getting crucified upside down. You know I started seeing these saints and I was like us this loosely because none of deserve good in this life I use this very loosely but if any body ever deserved to have complete blessing and prosperity in this life it was those followers of Christ who went out in and proclaimed that Gaza despite their shortcomings if anybody deserves if anybody deserved it. Surely It was the Apostle Paul after his conversion right In his rightfulness and we know how that ended. Yup Yup just just looking at them and then thinking about what I deserve. But I'm being told I deserve the complete opposite very insulting. I believe to the Holy Spirit. Yes indeed absolutely absolutely well Justin. I'M NOT GONNA take up too much more of your time. We're here at the g three conference I want you to be able to enjoy it No both of us are a little bit under. The weather is aimed. We both kind of in gold. Yeah so I'm not gonNA take anymore of your time. Obviously we can't get in it's Austin thing of the AR. This is stuff that you've studied for for years upon years But I do encourage everyone. Justin Peters Dot Org People are there is a ministry that you have ever considered supporting A Faithful Servant of the Lord Faithful to the Gospel fateful to Fatefully helping people that are just completely Called called in this This colt and that's exactly what it is. Colt Movement Support Justin Peter Support his ministry In in help in any way possible the biggest way you can help us proclaim the Gospel Into anybody caught up in a cold. Weather's Roman Catholicism Mormons or somebody in the in a org at the Gospel is still the power of God to salvation and I'm very thankful for that So just thank you so much for being with US tonight. Thanks to the biggest pleasure I've had on. This podcast is having you. Oh Man Soy. It's an honor brother. Keep up good work. Thank you We'll as a gentleman. This is James. Wadsworth fossils podcasts. As always may all that you do be done to the glory of God..
Tara Brach: Radical Compassion
"Known for her pioneering work integrating western psychology with eastern spiritual traditions in this very moving discussion tower talks about her dedication to social activism and how it fueled her interesting meditation and the transformation of consciousness from a young age she shares. How living in an Ashram for twelve years laid the groundwork for several Buddhist Meditation Practices. She would later. Discover such as Jonah practice. The Pasta in Zog Chin Tower compares the benefits of each of these. And how each has deeply informed the development of her own unique practices especially those focused on self compassion tower and I also discussed her thoughts on radical compassion and what it means for compassion to be an all inclusive active and embodied expression in the world tower considers how we might shine a light of awareness on both personal and political biases and furthermore. How might Konate this aspiration despite our deepest conditioning? I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too. I heard something interesting. You said you led to an Ashram for a while I did. I wish an Ostrom community. It's kind of a Yoga Meditation Ashram for about eleven years. That was in Boston. It was in Boston and then in Washington area. Also there were ashrams around the country as very intense Saad Nar spiritual discipline and we'd get up at four in the morning each morning and do two and a half hours of yoga meditation and chanting and Prayer and then work for community businesses. You know so service was really T- and teach yoga. It was really built in part of part of it. What tradition what. You'll go traditional Clinton lead yoga. All the group was three eight. Joe Healthy happy. Holy Oh wow yeah so it was that Yogi Bijon. Yes yes so was he the Goo at the Ahead internationally there were teachers in different local communities also and so. How do you come across those teachings? Well it's curious because I didn't think I was on my way to that when I when I was in college. I was a very much of a social activist. I was involved with tenants rights organizing community organizing and very much kind of my family. My parents were very liberal and engaged so I was planning to go to Cornell law school and carry forth and then I started doing yoga for health. You know it just seemed like a wholesome thing to do and I would go to these rallies or meetings and people would be in. There'd be a lot of aggression a lot of them and then I go to a yoga class. And I'd there'd be this peaceful feeling that come over and kind of unitive feeling. I remember one nine in particular right after Yoga class walking in the spring evening and I paused and it was like my body and my mind or in the same place at the same time and I just had the sense. This is what I cherish. This is what I really need. And then there was a pause. And then this is what the world really needs so I went from kind of radical politics radical inquiry into the nature of awareness and compassion and rather than going to law school. I went and joined an Ashram where I'd been doing the people that were teaching. Yoga and the next decade shift dry in terms of external. Going to your plan to go to law school you're involved in activism activism and then you found this place of peace. Hell were you a distant. I must've been about nineteen ninety. Yeah you know I was. I was very much into wanting the world to be a peaceful more loving place but what became so clear is that that transformation is only possible by transforming consciousness. So that's what kind of turn my attention inward more. It's like how am I at peace? Am I living from love? Those kind of questions and it just became clear that that's where I needed to pay attention and felt like those like two different totally different experiences. There's this place where there was a lot of energy worked up energy the activism and it sounds like maybe. I'm putting words in your mouth but it was like this idea that division will division sort of helps solve division in a way or and but then there was also this other space in the yoga world where you were feeling personal unification between like your mind and your body and somehow you saw that as an answer to what you were trying to solve with the activism as well beautifully too. So you are. You're still had the same mission in a sense absolutely would just picking up different tools the mission if I had to say what it was is transformation a world. That's more you know just loving happy place and of course I was very aware of my own suffering and realized that both for my own healing and for the world's healing that we need to be paying attention to how internally we judge Jim we blame and we're aggressive and we're grasping and greedy and it just became more clear to me that that needed attention. I very quickly. I found myself wanting to be engaged in the world again in more Political ways but I but I did go slow at it and I have reentered over the decades so what was Ashram life like. Because you said you were getting up at four. Am Doing Asada. What does Assad no look like in that tradition tradition? You take a culture. That's the first thing. That's very yogi. Yogi yeah take a cold shower and then gather with in this case sixty other people and do some very vigorous yoga we were. It's a linear Yoga's are at least at that. Time was very athletic. Yoga how very energetic and then do meditations are creosote chant and you come into silence also and some prayers and and go into the world and be of service that was that was the notion so then when you also training to be a yoga teacher as well very quickly. 'cause I took to the Oga. I love the ogre and back then I was super flexible and it came to me really naturally so I came very actively yoga teacher and teaching in Boston at the center there and and loved it. It was great. There's an irony to it that I I looked like this fabulous. Yogi back then. 'cause I'm My joints are very. Everything's very elastic. It turns out I have a genetic disorder that leads to hypermobility so that over time. Not only was yoga. Not Good for me. It was actually now. I have to be really careful and it was. It was quite an ego teaching. 'cause I was rather proud of I was in vain Yogi so it was very humbling to you know. Find out that I got to a point that I got very sick. Where when the disorder actually really showed itself more fully. When I was in my early fifties and to the point that couldn't really walk up inclines. My knees were so bad and for about I was in a downward spiral for about eight years and then seemed to Plateau and now I've built up out of it so actually doing okay. But that was one of those life experiences it actually gave rise to writing my second book true refuge because I had a face that I might not have a body that lasted long. While it was alive. Couldn't do much. And so how could I find peace and love and happiness? No matter what you know sense at the at the Ashram Your Yoga and therefore your body was in a sense. You're refuge at that time in a way you might say right. It was. It was an easy access to feeling good because I do the yoga and feel really energized and vibrant and alive. And then I'd sit still and meditation I. I also took well to concentration. I would practice concentrating and I'd get very still very fast and it was very rewarding while so many so did you have experiences of the subtle body through that practice in terms of Kunda lenient. Those sort of things that did was that part of that experience of the Ashram for you. So I'll take care and language here because I think there's a lot of misunderstandings about the the different levels of subtle energy bodies and so on sign. I don't WanNA claim to be some master subtle energy body experience so more. I would say that the the Buddhist understanding of Jonah is actually more useful in this. Which is that. There was enough collecting and settling when. I get quiet that there are feelings of tremendous piece welby and one s unit feelings and then when I left the Ashram and started going deeper into mindfulness. It produced more wisdom
The Bubble That Broke Kuwait
"And we've got got a doozy for you today. I'm joined by. Dr Is Rafi on Darius I cardiff Yes today I've got a story for you about one of the greatest stock bubbles of all time which occurred in of all places Kuwait Kuwait. Yes and the story begins in the late. Nineteen seventies during what is known as Kuwait's golden era so Kuwait had been this kind of sleepy desert outpost and then due to the massive influx of oil money. It became this bustling metropolis list. And I actually talked to a man named Saba Araya's who was a prominent businessman in Kuwait around this time and he talks about what Kuwait looked like when he was a kid. Growing growing up like Trinity. We have running water up happening structure The there was no air conditioning for looks up over elevators. And by the late nineteen seventies Kuwait had become this modern metropolis and it also become the financial center of the Middle East because they region was rocked by turmoil. At this point in Kuwait with its really well regulated financial sector and it's relatively stable political. Climate became came this magnet for all of this money that was fleeing turmoil. Elsewhere in the region is a pretty classic emerging markets story starts doing some things right and then all this money he starts coming in from other places And obviously that drove up prices in Kuwait's official stock market but it was very very tightly. Regulated it you know. There are lots of regulations about what kinds of companies could be listed there who was allowed to invest. How are they allowed to invest and made it very stable but it also made it kind of a boring place to invest all this money? That wants to invest in Kuwaiti companies. And if it can't do their maybe it will find some other way to invest invest in them. Well it did find another way. Basically right across the street from the official Kuwaiti stock market. A sort of love informal unofficial stock market developed it was known as the soup ALMANAC and it was literally in a air conditioned parking garage on the site eight of the old camel market and sugamo knock literally translates to the market at the place where the camels rest traders started gathering there and trading trading stocks amongst each other. And I spoke to Ben Craig who is a economic policy adviser for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. And he's written a lot about the suit GALMOC Manakh And I have to clarify here. That everything he said in our interview only represents his personal views. He doesn't represent the views of the Federal Reserve. But I talked to him about this sort of informal formal market that developed. It was seen as an area where you could have fun but what Claes stays in the soup. I don't think I've heard that one before for we'll basically the government said hey. We like having this innovative kind of risky market with big returns. But we don't want the risk to infect the rest has to the economy so they put all these rules in place that said banks are not allowed to touch the super. They can't lend money to people who are investing there. It's got to be completely cut off from the financial sector her but of course traders don't like this because they don't want to just trade with the money they have in their pocket they WANNA borrow money in and you know potentially get even higher returns turns and so the system developed between the traders in the soup that I think was a little bit ingenious. The couldn't borrow money from the bank. So what they did is they had this system of writing post dated checks so basically card if I want to buy a stock for meal. It's worth one hundred dollars now and I think it's going to go up in the future. All right you a check I I say one hundred ten dollars and date it for a year from now you know like if your rent is due on the first you don't get paid till the third. Yeah date your check on the third. That's right that's what they were doing but they would do it for a year and in that situation. It's like you just lent me money for a year but then this sort of interesting thing happened with check check itself became a little bit like cash so suppose that maybe I want to buy some of that stock. I don't have any cash but I have that posted hosted shack and so I just passed that posted check onto a nar trader. It was essentially a way for these traders to print their own money and then Craig cautions against drawing any comparison to other markets. But in my opinion it's not all that different from what happened. In the run-up to the financial central crisis where mortgage-backed securities became much bigger than mortgages in this case the checks that were backed by stocks became much bigger than the stocks themselves selves. And thanks to this. System of kind of endless unregulated credit the Kuwaiti stock market skyrocketed. It became the third heard largest stock market in the world. Bigger even than London and Sobowale riotous says that this was turning people into instant millionaires. He recounted the story to me of going to his friend's apartment and I saw this huge big plate full with the new caveat. You know they by the House and then it was. Ten Cuba's maybe have the token of caveat on on the table I couldn't believe David and this market is started to draw in teachers and students and and he he talks about how you know. Doctors are quitting their jobs to run down to the Sukhoi ANOC and start trading eating stocks. It just became this national obsession that classic mania everybody sees it going up they think it will continue going up and we'll tell you how they started.
Bill Gates's top mistake? Letting Google's Android rule the world (The 3:59, Ep. 576)
"The. Welcome to the fifty nine I'm Joanie salesmen, offering. Bill Gates has owned up to his greatest mistake, and it's sitting on the sidelines while Google swept into dominate mobile gates, said that mobile operating systems are really a winner takes all world and Microsoft missed out on four hundred billion market opportunity when Google became the standard non apple phone platform, and it's true. I mean there's just Android in. There's I less, that's it. Where has that left by Chris oft? I mean for a while, you know, even in the PC world, it was, you know, windows and apple those were the two computers that you can really get out there and really missed the boat there when it came to the mobile market. I don't know if they just didn't see it as something viable. Obviously, we all know how the store of windows mobile came and went, but I think they had come in a little bit too late. I think had windows mobile came out, first, we wouldn't be having this conversation, we, it would be, you know, NAR Chai's hog. About how they said Android further at the time or something. Right. I mean well, one of the things that Bill Gates mentioned as a reason why Google that opportunity was because of windows, dominance previous computing era. They were facing a lot of antitrust. Yes stuff. I mean for, for more than a decade of that started to arise antitrust stuff that Google is facing. Right. But yeah, I it's hard to imagine how different the world would look if Microsoft had jumped on that train when it came right and focused, a lot more on mobile seen the potential that I'd had in the same way that apple and Google did. Yeah, it makes you wonder whether or not having duopoly, but having one of the duopoly be different company, if that would make me. It's crazy. The point that he made though about how this is a winner take all ecosystems. It's because, like blackberry was around then also as was windows mobile and Android, but it was weird that it was okay. We're only going to have these to let me know what he's set that but like. In that way, it was so interesting. Next up in the US FCC Commissioner Jeffrey Starks is leading effort to scrub US telecom networks of gear from walleye and others. Like it those that are thought to be a threat to the country's security. This comes as he was operated. Operators are racing toward deploying gear to build the next generation of wildness wireless known as five G a big topic of conversation on five G week, y'all the commerce apartment has blacklisted, while I and several other companies because of these national security concerns, what are your sources telling you about how much of a concern, these companies really are secured. I mean so most of the concern around, always not around like the phones that you can buy yourself about them building the infrastructure and the networks around it a lot of US government officials have basically like stated that, while as too close to the Chinese government for comfort that if they do end up building, our infrastructure that kind of gives a. Pathway for the Chinese government to spy on users using that network. While way has completely denied this at all time, saying that, you know, we are not giving information over the Chinese government. But there's a big, you know, concern that they don't have a choice if they if they the government demanded that data, they would get it from wall wave like based in China. Right. So the FCC Commissioner Commissioner starts his plan goes takes it a bit further than what others have called for where they have others. Have generally just called from don't use alway to build out five G. Yeah. You know going into the future. So Commissioner starts basically wants to go back to three g and four g networks already exists and take it out. The all out that, you know, you would take out like a building lead paint or something as a safety measure. Yeah. Right. We also have a new Bill in the Senate. That's seeking to take on tummies and maybe a little more transparency around how much data's worth what's the story. Yeah, this is from Senator Warner and Senator Holly from Missouri. So it has got bipartisan support. And the idea is, if you're a tech company that has more than one hundred million users, they, you will would be required to tell the users, you know what data you're taking from them, how much you're selling it for him. What you're using who's getting this data? That companies aren't required. I mean Google and Facebook. We'll tell you what data. They're taking from you. But thing about all the settings I have to go through just to see that. And none of them. Tell you how much it's worth, but I can say this from other data sales, one person, specific date is not worth that much, I believe, one company was selling it for every thousand people there location data. It was worth about nine dollars and fifty cents less than a penny. A person the idea is like, when there's millions and billions of people using it like that all compounds like adds up to. No Facebook and Twitter and Google all these internet giants like that's where the network affect. Yeah. Yeah. For these stories, and others check outsing dot com. I'm Joanie salesman. Alfred, thanks for listening.
"nar" Discussed on KCRW
"Principal. Joe NAR, duly leads us down. What's usually the eighth grade corridor today classrooms are empty hallways. Wyatt. Is there wasn't a strike right now. What would this hallway looks like this'll be a full? About four hundred students roaming the hallways passing. And this is the location that students would have instruction on the first two days of the strike about a third of the district. Students showed up months a problem because funding from the state is linked to attendance with those numbers. Each day of the strike means an estimated net loss of about fifteen million dollars. According to district leaders across town at Kingsley elementary about half the school was absent a lot of parents are holding their kids back. That's their way of joining the strike. That's kenya. Tomas. She's a teacher's assistant at Kingsley. Many TA's as including Kenya are in schools during the strike. She supports the teachers, but isn't in their union, and she was told she could lose her job. If she didn't come to work in schools this week. She says students are doing lots of busy work. We have them doing just worksheets and movies. That's literally they've watched cloudy with a chance of meatballs and boss, baby. We didn't really learn much Kimberly Escobar. Is a fifth grader at Alta. Loma elementary school. We've been checking in with her and her mom Rosa this week. She's like she was expecting some else at school this week. She's learned about nouns on a school, ipad and wants to budge videos, including one about oceans, she wants to stay home. Tomorrow, mom has other plans. She has to go to school. Yes. You don't learn anything something there's nothing to learn. You really know about the ocean. It's like doing this for no reason few kids were in school on Tuesday. And when Kimberly came home, she was feeling really lonely. France. Teachers. I know it's kind of sad can really buries her face in her mom's arms. It's okay. Hopefully in substance. By the end of our visit Kimberley's decided, okay? She'll go to school. Maybe one day will finally tell you. Everything's back to normal.
"nar" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"So let's keep going here. With a lot of these things. Much information this week to share with you? Let's see here. As we get ready for Christmas. Well, that's that's my grandson has developed this need to make cookies for me grandpa. He calls me gramps. We're gonna make cookies for your birthday gonna make cookies for Christmas cookie. Dough. Is around. And is this something new or should we never have eaten cookie dough? 'cause I know a lot of people that have loved eating raw cookie dough we had a NAR ice cream on the farm this summer, so myself here, myself, included, I never my thing is getting in there and licking my. Yeah. Exactly. But even though we need to keep all the kids and all of us healthy the news, even though it's delicious do not eat raw cookie. Dough unbathed products that are intended to be cooked such as though or batter can make you sick. The potential problem is with two primary ingredients raw flour can be contaminated with e-coli and raw eggs with salmonella both bacteria killed in the cooking process, but contaminated food that is not cooked or as undercooked will make people ill raw cookie. Dough is never safe to eat remember to bake before you bite. Bake before you bite. There's a good slogan. Sounds like a political slogan bake. Beg before you bite twenty one after the hour on a good day health program..
"nar" Discussed on The Marriage Family Business Podcast
"I mean the the schools amazing. They've been so good heart children and so finding myself desperately wanting to defend the school and the staff member has triggered an emotional response in me that is, is deep and searing. And I know I've got to record podcast today and talked clients today and pick up my kids, and I've got choir rehearsal tonight, and they're all these things that if I cannot control my emotions, if I don't have a positive way to express myself, then how am I going to do the rest of this? And oftentimes when our kids are rotten or horrible or my God, he was such a, he was such a three-year-old today. It's because they don't know how to be emotionally intelligent without a doubt I would. I would. This as well. All right. So to extrapolate this past just the the carline fiasco again, totally my bad and want to again, apologize to you. And I, I won't apologize evite because I don't want him to remember the off chance that maybe he actually forgotten. We've best this, but I'll find out for sure this afternoon really looking for to that one, but extrapolate and go kind of pass that I would argue that. I don't think I think that I would be hard pressed to find a a living, breathing functional adult in today's society. That would disarray with me. Here we are under so much of a barrage of information content demands being connected to our world NAR businesses that that frankly, I'm not saying that we've got it a harder than anybody else ever has. But I will say that. The dynamic that exists in today's business climate now simply has never existed in this way. It's true. I with this always on constant constant barrage of everything. Business politics dynamics just just crazy stuff happening in. It's so important to really learn to exercise emotional control and emotional maturity. A quick example from the business perspective ride. So last week Claire was was out of town and in California at warrior warrior week for women are, where are we. I've, I've gotten so tripped up on that. We digress moving on the WWW WWF WWE now that's wrestling warriors. Right. But so like. Last week we had this ridiculous situation that took place started. Oh, I think the, no. It actually started the previous Saturday. Yeah, yeah. So it started so clarify, we're, we're actually at a concert that day in in the Detroit area which we went and saw dark side of the mule with eight brothers opening, which we're there for the brothers. But like honest darks Darks are are the the meal. mules off the chain. Total side note if you're into Pink Floyd at all. If you're not, because I'm not. The musicianship the wrong power onstage was just like, I really wanna go see deadandcompany now actually because I, I kind of understand it. Like I like I like the Grateful Dead, like Pink Floyd, but like deadened companies in elevated version of government mule. I'm sorry, dark side of the mule is an elevated version of Pink. Floyd it. It just is. It's it's, it's the live Pink Floyd show you always wanted to see, but they you couldn't write back to the emotional maturity in in business. So wouldn't end up happening is that there was a sorry, full transparency. Your guys about to get a little techie on you. Clarify free to translate wherever you want. All right. So one of the things we deal with rockstar, which is the company that Claire night both jointly own and run..
"nar" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Let's it NAR house is right over here is gone. I don't know. What to do? It's heartbreaking it how some of these people will even find where their house once sat all their left or the platform. So, you know, the the ground the little cement pad, and I it's like that for miles. And there's there's no roads the beach has taken over everything. And it's like, how would you even know where your house was? And what he okay just think the last? I mean, we had no offense came down with Matthew. We had some roof damage, and how long it took to get a check from the insurance guy. Now, imagine this. Now, you've lost your your entire existence is gone in probably everything you owned inside that house, and what are you supposed to do? Here's the other problem. Here's here's one of the public adjusters there. They don't even know how to calculate it. Because it's it's this is like new territory. They still don't know technically in some areas where there was a four or five or if it was a tornado, and if things were up to standards that were built to code cat for into cat, five storms. They don't have much experience. There's just not that much experience of learning curve every time it happens a lot of older houses. Well, and what the learning curve of this one is I don't care what you build except for that one guy. We had was it yesterday. We had him on. Yeah. Because I got a hurricane proof house. But all of his neighbors houses were destroyed. I want to know what is houses made out of because he was the only one on. I think it was Saint George's island that survived like what was it round? Yeah. I mean, what what kind of house do you build it? You know, you look at it. I think in many cases, they're going to figure out. It was a tornado could have as governor was talking about that yesterday. I didn't even think about this. And it's kind of like tornadoes or they go back, and they measured. Well, it was an F whatever they started to finally at the overhead damaging. Yeah, you're registered because of the pattern of this stuff. Some were standing somewhere you looked at those aerial shots yesterday. There'd be this big beautiful house on the ocean. In like, maybe the roof fat a little damage may be a couple of windows broken. And then for a quarter of a mile. There's nothing and then there's another house, and I'm like why did? So you wondering if it was tornadoes spawned by the hurricane governor was talking about..
"nar" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"I think overall he'll probably be viewed as a third corner at the next level guy that can come on the field on the outside and nickel, and kind of give you some depth there. I do think he's got those starting traits to be able to impact the game that way. I don't know that we're gonna view him as a first round number one shutdown quarter on the outside. I'm not sure that he's that guy, but you look at, he's certainly guide the Andrea Baker to watch. They've got another Andre down during Walker along the defensive line. I watched Walker, I like them. He's kind of jack-of-all-trades type player off the edge as a Sam linebacker. So hosts, he'll set a strong edge for he dominates tight ends in the run game. He'll drop back in coverage whole get after the quarterback a little bit. I wouldn't say that's a strength that these game, but he can do that a little bit. They've got players at all three levels. So NAR Trez Patrick is a linebacker, talented kid. Explosive athlete has had some off the field issues, but Patrick is a guy that you can watch a bunch of talent there on that Georgia defense going up against Missouri. And quarterback drew lock. That's certainly a match up to watch. Then you go to my favorite underclassmen quarterback Justin Herbert from Oregon. What is he going to look like against this defense from Stanford? That's always been a very fun match up to watch these two teams Stanford's got a senior Laden defense. Once again, defensive line linebackers secondary Elisa holder is the corner that a lot of people are excited about for this card. They'll defense look Herbert, like lock has got all the physical tools he's at. He's got light feet. He's got a big arm. I would say he's probably a little bit more consistently accurate than lock is what I like most about Herbert though, he's kind of got that moxie that competitiveness, they would. It's third and long. He's gonna stick it in there. He's he's willing to make tight window throws. He's got the ability to make those and he shows the willingness to pull the trigger there. I like that from a quarterback and to me, that's one of the traits so that most to me about Justin Herbert. So I've excited to see what he looks like against a tough Stanford defense. This may be not a staff. For defense that we've seen in years past, but it is a senior laid group. They are experienced. They are tough. It's going to be a lot of fun to watch that. And then going back to the Knicks Knicks FitzGerald from Mississippi State big athletic kid. I think there are tools there to work with, but he's he's still has a ways to go, I think in terms of his development as a quarterback, I think this is a good test for him this week because Kentucky, we've talked about them. They've got number one, they're they've performed very well so far this season, but they've got draftable talent at all three levels of the field, Josh Allen, a pass rusher, Sam backer for them kind of lines up in a number of different spots. Watching him off last year. He wasn't a real natural pass rusher. He didn't use his hands all that. Well, I wasn't sure that he had a great plan of attack, but he's got physical tools. He's been really productive. So far this year, I'm excited to really dig into the film from this year. They've got a secondary with guys at both corner and safety. Mike Edwards at safety is a guy that. I studied in the off season. I think he's got free safety ability at the next level is a little bit undersized, but I think he's a guy that has starting traits at the next level, Derek bady at quarters, a big kid. He's over six foot two. He's one hundred ninety five pounds soaking wet. He's got pretty long arms. He's quick. I think he's got star Jason. Honestly, I think he's pretty similar to the level of prospect of the Andre Baker from Georgia. I think he's, he's got those same kind of starting traits that ability to, you know, as long as you can run. Well, that's that is a question for him is how whole run..
"nar" Discussed on Generation V
"nar" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Border wall we got drugs and ms thirteen gang members and all sorts of nasty people pouring into this country and the only way to keep him out is to build a wall a barrier to keep them out that's how you can justify that you know there was a piece we had a couple of weeks ago maybe last week that the wall essentially pays for itself all of these all of these services that we have to do to pay for legally not to mention my gosh the incarceration of all of these illegal aliens come across and kill folks and rate main whatever the wall will more than pay for itself just keeping those people out i've told you before if california were to get rid of it's illegal aliens then they would that they would have a balanced budget they would have a balanced budget but they won't do it because they're too politically correct and all the rest of california i'll find and there was a great california story gordon they're always doing something crazy anyway i got a great pennsylvania story for you to you ready for this they want to arm kids in school to to protect them against the nar no not armagh with they want them with rocks schools nationwide are debating president trump's called arming teachers security guards.
"nar" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"First i want to talk about how nar's care because it on january first two thousand eighteen we would lines his show and this elite entity award showed website from artist from to smith a sink into one eighth parables the calgary's r and rb path gospel country jazz hiphop wraps that game submission and nominations we'll continue from january june 30th two thousand eighteen who would certainly will be held online in july two thousand eighteen there is a submission be a two two five dollars each once you secure transaction is complete use within a loan in mp three of eu single for consideration taken their latin vacuous wasmosy with will review by all three of us terminated beat the standards and criteria and way we're producing quickly other states way we asked the truth be the syncope fish booth note 54th the great greatly goes ours in an industry me the years we know jd power feet aft box did this segment of often facing both of you are we want to ensure that you're seeing as he walked through the the the fbi and pop leave nominate with these if you're figure does not meet the in there because countries we will not accept this legal if mississippi will not be replied so please make sure that your field fins of league nerds again no fancy or degrading here if you're a single he's our walton stand for acceptance you will receive a beautiful ribbon about fourteen he gave a paticipation pour out macho oftentimes art from two awards show to two races year after year get no written about the war jokic dollars outvoted rages gifted under our work we know ours into their me.
"nar" Discussed on Forever35
"Um i was using this other one for a while but they didn't love and i i recently switched to nar's and i like it i don't love it i feel like i feel like i show sort of my like i'm looking for this holy grail eyeshadow that i'm just not finding but i'm using this nar's silk road it's two two shades so i put like the later she'd on first and then i i i usually just put like a swipe of the darker sheen on so i do that and then i have an ai liner a use the urban decay 247 glide on i pencil in per versions she won't get down which is just black um i like it is indeed easy to glide on this i liner i feel like it doesn't always stay the bust leyla i don't i use like a twodollar yeah i feel like i could probably although you know what i got i did get like i was like i'm just going to trade as wet and wild yes there's desire liner and i thought it was good turned out i like urban decay better okay fair yet so that that and then i put on this deal were dior show mascara now this i will admit is a unnecessary splurge dory yes i have a drugstore mascara that i love yet i mean you don't need to buy and expense of nascar as i've got i've never been have never tried dear show which i've i've bought the want like some really nice ones that are also great mesker israel tricky because a lot of it is good yeah what are you use lorry owl yet looming.
"nar" Discussed on RobinLynne
"I want to talk about how nar's care visit on january first two thousand eighteen we would lines his show an israeli entity award showed website from artist because i'm gonna go to smith a sink into one eighth parables the categories are rb top gospel country jazz hip hop on raegan submission and nominations we'll continue from january through june 30th two thousand eighteen who would certainly will be held on line in july two thousand eighteen there is a submission b three two five dollars for each once you secure transaction is complete you within a loan and mp three of his single for consideration taken their latin vacuous once you see with me you will review by all three of us to determine if it meets the standards and criteria of way of who clearly other states way we asked the truth of media syncope fit withdrew from no fancy greatly greatly ours grabbing an industry me the years we know germany republic beat afc wild standard this segment of often tasty drills both of you are we want to ensure that you're sequel as he walked to be the fbi and possibly nominate with these if you think does not meet destined for conscious we will not accept this legal ear mississippi will not be replied so please make sure that your field of league members in no fancy or degrading if you see what he thought walton stand for the updates you will receive a beautiful about forty he fifty participation while macho oftentimes arth.
"nar" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"You have to lose mommy where money's dirt pulling away from his two strategies when you know money srs move the smart people to the people is knowing route cannot avoid it with your walker anything else i don't think this applies to most individual traders at the end of very very highly diversified portfolios for this to be a factor but if you running these kinds of strategies were you great almost every there the market you just have to resign yourself to once in awhile money's gonna pull away from the strategy and you're going to have losses that should be you should happen once in a hundred norman years or something and acted as a bigger de you the people don't think about this actually worse when you're back testing these strategies room when you're running these strategies if your testing them are running them over pure and where people are getting into the strategy you're going to think there much less risky my horror profitable they really are and deliver them up too much and then where you get the bad news if people are going out of it you can get double how are you able to measure the overlap like is it because these different funds upon such lodge positions that they need to re bay reported somewhere like how you able to nar if the if you will holdings overlap with the holdings of another really lodge found nia the reporting isn't that useful arm is true because funds funder so highly levered the often do have to report you know what you are as often one of the biggest two or three shareholders of a company but that's not really very useful because they don't have to report their shorts when you look at age you are you look at all stocks were long we may be long and marine shares in short five million shares you don't really know your different funds at also the lag reporting lag as such the by the time you see those reports of the fun why be holding very different things no you'd get this from the street from brokers you know what stocks are hard to borrow the you know what people are trying to shorten you do see what short interest it is.
"nar" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Give what you can it means so much we're talking about kids who are hungry who don't have anything to eat and the opportunity we have to help them it so horton tripoli 732 73 77 larry i love that visual you just gave of first responders in you guys knows you watch news you see hundreds and hundreds of people responding that are those first responders weather was for the hurricanes or in las vegas youth saad you saw people sacrafice league giving themselves up to help other people who were hurting you saw people do heroic things that guys amina it was incredible i want you to know that this gift that you are about to give is something so heroic geysers no comparison these her children that for many of these african villages listened to me they are known as a forgotten ones these are children the government doesn't even know exists across international nar partners on the ground right there in kenya and south soon dan they know they're they're they know where they are add they nor the families are they're the most needy there in the biggest crisis and we are reaching out to help him but here's what cross international needs right now and i'm gonna give you the number we need to mobilise more people and we need to do it now here's jim cabin order described that when i was in kenya for a couple of weeks i realized this factor and a on the right now people are already die and when i would think about can we get pumped in organized here in the next couple of months i thought the very people i'm talking to may not survive the next couple of months one their animals are gone they have nothing to feld no way to get in the income we have to respond immediately we need to mobilise more people to help pay can't wait i can't wait this is really a crisis right now you know what is now here's what you can do to help call cross internationals hope and rescue line right now triple eight seven three two.
"nar" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The norm community policing will give a sense of trust and familiarity between the public and the officers who serve them some of the best places to growth at trustful utilized facilities the city already has such as schools and community centres it will also establish new ones like police athletic leaves and police boys and girls clubs but with emphasis on serving innercity populations of people of all ages however the public including high school children must be educated and ways to determine when emergencies require the assistance a first responders such as police and fire the city must offer enhanced outreach to make certain that the public his first with basic skills such as id cpr in the the administration of lifesaving medication such as snark hammering the lock zone is my belief that not only should nar can be included in every eighty station but that maps should be posted citywide including all busstops to show where the closest distribution queens are it's important that not only should professionals it's his tops in emts be able to administer these lifezette drive as for the general public should be as well as you're mayor i will support public private partnerships not only with the yes but with medical facilities and allow community centers all over the city to make sure these educational programmes be made available to everyone this kind of public education will free are first responders to be more available to respond to.
"nar" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Gives a bloody spicy say speaking of dead policing the try this for the hit man's body goddess i think it looks pretty good but that's the worst title i've ever heard what would you rather call anything else man's best friend lessons announced on a on a mission that an adventure guest venture friends agai you need to think of a better nine then comments about the end of the epa settle of a better night it's a play on forget it's a play on the body god that's like it's not everything the posters we're like ones holding the other one like not apply absolutely is because want us to look after the other one or the other one does it neighbor looking after like should've called it the body god who but it's teo question mark yes gotta very good yeah yes are now ha averts i bet it's got some good like it's a great feeling but it's a good cut a throwback action movie year run some good quicks inside the guy that's all the news nice and asked but let's let's put opinion that cannot come back to it you go with that yes good in the bear in mind we could pull out of pin at any moment and kill a soul at list is held hostage that we could pull the pain and just start talking about the news joe million statehood and a helicopter do you want to talk about in humans all gamut of humans yes guy to we just sorin human do we want to go full spoilers year i got it but we should say upfront if you don't want to know anything it's really bad and dart's say it does high forward darko eddie away maybe watch it on tv if you curious look look i didn't height every second nar bought.
"nar" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Health is girl community which is what we're trying to do right now is reach more people with this content and help them change their lives so first question is it's we'll get into you how humble he is but i wanna talk about how in the very beginning of the episode he's telling the story of how he got involved in making the show and he very quickly glosses over the fact that when the revolution started he went into the streets to help people who are hurt yes as joined other doctors to go help people like that decision alone is a big one great i'm sure not every doctor is out there helping people use putting himself endanger what do you think motivated him at that time and where do you think he draws his courage from man so this is sort of my fantasy question because i want to talk about him without the self deflections then he does so eloquently in the episode and look i get it like he's he's a really humbled guy and as you peel the layers you realize in his mind like he equates suffering with like heroism so because he only ended up in exile which by the way seems pretty nar lead to me but he didn't end up in prison for years like some of the other people like he just can't allow himself to say that what he did was heroic and i fully get that but from the outside to me the heroism as the do with risk more than it has to do with outcome and he took catastrophic wrist like it was crazy when you really dive into.
"nar" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)
"As he also said he's nar expert but he is more than me of course he said i know are expert while his draftsmanship skills and imaginative brio appear to have been in fine shape his sensibility was perhaps a touch blank straightforwardly literal for my tastes and i couldn't agree more because a lot of them on the it's almost like there's no interpretation at so obvious it's like this man sick this man's dying this man's evil um they just seemed very literal but there are also messed up but then he also has just straight up portrait's that are very they look like they'd be in a like a book that you were forced to read in school that you didn't wanna read i guess it's away way i could describe them but um but fascinating vet you know death is just such a weird thing and i think it's funny because dr kevorkian was also a jazz musician which it's like he's like killing people painting things about killing people and jazz like it's just a really weird combination of things and although his paintings into very straightforward i can see them being very therapeutic i used to sketch a lot but my sketches are also very literal their dislike if my want a sketch a face i sketch a face i don't have some you know deep interpretation my brain doesn't work like that when it comes to art but what's sperry therapeutic about it for me was the like the strokes it's just you kind of drift off into a very you're out of your brain a little bit you're not so present worrying about things in your just focusing on the kind of fair therapeutic value of just sketching and i'm getting lost in strokes i wanna is getting lost in stroking because that sounds incredibly perverse but that's kind of what it is your just hand goes your hand goes in your mind wanders and new finally kind of get to leave.
"Spent almost don't live in the marine corps special forces been in combat raised in military schools i thought you know male prison how bad can that be that's run self an inmate at san quentin he's serving twenty five years to life for attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder he's been locked up for twenty years his first stop was corcoran a level full maximum security state prison in california we arrive on the bus or get off we go through processing apart processing is it's the reception area or the issue your state lose and whatnot and and i meet this guy he's native american like myself and his name's doug and i i stick my hannah he maizels bid on it discussed evil i mean he just he stirred the should a minute it's not often things or people scare me but roma's this this receiving man actually a release skirt me or nor which is basically the intake into the prison system is what you get your id card and your prison number which will follow you through your whole incarceration and is when you go through a litany of questions to find out where you behind closed it just felt like the whole time i was in our in our the sky wanted to kill me of like i couldn't get processed fast enough to get out of our nar so the french processing nail i go to the building which is like a mile long walk in chains in on guns out on the rails and i feel electronc door opens a walk into the to the building door closes behind me and then another door i her pop open and that's the cell ongoing to and the door opens all the way in its duck the guy that looking at me like he wants to kill me and i just my heart dropped they said go into that so and close the door behind you okay i can do with this but no matter what i didn't sell it was wrong emmy he he would yell huge scream he threatened to kill me i would sleep with my back to the wall in one eye open if you would call would i did sleeping and sometimes you just get down out of the bed bill night scream and act like he's gonna kill me that one once sixmonth period felt more like sixty years the moral of ron self story in prison it matters who your sale mateias hammer lahure's early on is serving a thirty one year to life sentence for attempted second degree robbery and he's the co host and coproducer of your hustle and that's nigel poor she's a visual artists and workable incarcerated me and here's saying quinn as she's the coproducer mr co host and together we're gonna take you inside early this is our first episode so it's probably a