19 Burst results for "NEN"
"nen" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Use talks at B 28 pass two. Ah, the wither in Japan at the moment, these typhoons they are having. Pretty brisk stuff happening up there, isn't there always some well, they're always seems to be some where they're happening somewhere. And of course with summer on the way, we've got the propensity for bushfires across an Australia, is their water supplies diminished year after year after year, terrible, wasn't it? Really, not flesh at all. Then they could see if I can just quickly find yeah, so I'm seeing it on the screens in front of me here, and I've just found the story. One of the biggest typhoons to ever strike Japan has made landfall on the southern island of Kyushu, typhoon, nen madal, has brought ones to at least up to a 180 kilometers an hour. A 180 kilometers an hour. And could see some areas with 20 inches of rainfall over yesterday and today, at least 4 million people have been told to evacuate their homes. Extensive flooding and landslides are expected, and that part of the world and I'll keep you up to date with what's happening there. With this story in Japan, if you are in Japan at the moment, listening on iHeartRadio and you've got the time. Given what you're dealing with, if you've got the time to call, then please do. Go to news talks here be dot co dot in Z and click on the contact us tab and you'll see the numbers to call from overseas. Japan's meteorological agency says this typhoon would bring torrential rain, storm surges along the coast and winds so powerful. There was a risk that homes could collapse. The official and the city of izumi says conditions yesterday were deteriorating quite rapidly. The wind has become so extremely strong. Rain is falling too hard, incredibly hard. The official toll their official news service, it's a total whiteout outside visibility is almost zero. The typhoon is now moving across kyosho, dropping huge amounts of rain on the mountains in the center of that island. So yeah, my thoughts are with the good people up there in Japan at the moment. If you are there, please feel free to get in touch. Or you can email romantic news talk ZB dot co dot NZ. This
Bloomberg Radio New York
"nen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the show who made NFL history. He was named CEO of the nen Oakland Raiders in 1997, making her the first female to hold that title in the NFL. Today she works as an analyst for CBS sports, is chairman of the board of ice cube's three on three basketball league, big three, and is on the LA sports and entertainment commission board. And if that weren't enough, she is also an author of the book you negotiate like a girl, we are happy to have Amy dress on the show because we have a lot to get to and all the thoughts that's in her head, scarlet, I want to hear. I love the title of that book. You couldn't make a better one. And yeah, we want to talk to her about the hiring of the very first black female team president in NFL history. Of course we're talking about Sandra Douglas Morgan, we also want to talk with Amy Trask about the state of the NFL, especially as the league launches a new mobile streaming app, you might have heard of it, NFL plus, and it continues to expand globally. Yes, I know. There's a lot of fan for around it. Will football reach a point of consumer saturation is that even possible We spoke earlier this week with Bloomberg's Jerry Smith and he talked about how the NFL continues to post huge numbers on TV. You look at the top 50 programs on TV. At least 40 of them are NFL games. I mean, it's extraordinary and it helps a lot. The TV networks still really want these rights because it's still draws advertisers because it's still draws an audience unlike really anything else on television. That was Bloomberg's Jerry Smith. He was on the Bloomberg business of sports show this week and you can hear the full conversation at Bloomberg dot com or wherever you get your podcasts now without further ado, see that's a fancy word for me. Let's bring in our guests. Amy trash welcome to the Bloomberg business of sports. Thank you for having me. It is a tremendous tremendous honor. And I have a feeling it's going to be a whole lot of fun. You got to tell me about now you wrote this great book that the I love the title. You negotiate like a girl, tell us about this book. It is memories, reflections, thoughts, about the almost 30 years I spent as part of the National Football League with the Los Angeles and then Oakland Raiders. The team was already in Los Angeles, out had moved the team from Oakland to Los Angeles when I joined the team while I was with the organization he moved the team back to Oakland and I stayed with the organization for that. So reflections and thoughts and shared stories and memories from that 30 years. And something a lot of people remember from your years with the team is your nickname princess of darkness. How did that name come about and what did you think of it at the time when you first heard yourself linked with that nickname described that way? Well, I'll begin by saying, it's the best nickname ever. And I shall forever cherish my nickname. The nickname arose, apparently, it had been used. I wasn't aware of it. It came to my attention in a story that Mike silver wrote for Sports Illustrated. He wrote a profile. And in that profile, he shared there were anonymous sources who shared with him that behind my back, they referred to me as the princess of darkness. These were either league office executives or other team executives team owners, a number of them said to Mike off the record. Yeah, behind her back, we refer to her as the princess of darkness. It was clear crystal clear that it was not intended as a compliment. Well, I kind of liked it. And rare fans liked it. And I embraced it raider fans embraced it. We loved it. And from that moment on, yeah, princess of darkness, and I shall forever use that nickname. I shall forever cherish that nickname and even though it was not intended as a compliment, and it was shared off the record. I'm glad they shared it because I love it. What did they mean when they referred to as princess of darkness and how did you co opt that to turn it into something empowering? I won't speak to their intent, but again, it clearly wasn't a compliment and it arose in the context again of anonymous sources saying to Mike behind your back, we call her the princess of darkness and noting that they thought of me as a smarter, meaner, Al Davis. With a law degree. And boy oh boy, I had fun with that too. From that point on when Alan and I were arguing about something disagreeing about something, I would end the conversation quite frequently by looking at him and saying, smarter, meaner. And then I would start laughing and walk out the door. So that's the context in which it arose. I just loved it. Princess of darkness. Who wouldn't love that as a nickname? Are we going to go back to more football a little bit later? Because I want to talk about ice cubes three on three basketball league, the big three. You are a chairman of the board of that league and I think it's a Super League and I wish we could see more teams jump on to that. It is a very, very, very exciting league. It is as you mentioned Q as one of the founders, his longtime business partner Jeff quant is the other founder. This is their vision. This is their dream. And it's been an honor to help them see that vision become a reality. Coming up, we continue our conversation with Amy trash, we want to know if she thinks there will ever be a real threat to the other major sports in the U.S., including the NFL, and we're going to get into that and more up next on the Bloomberg business of sports show. I'm Michael Barr, you can follow me on Twitter. No kidding now. At big bar sports. And I'm on Twitter at scarlet food. And do not forget to catch our podcast. Wednesdays
Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"nen" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"The gap was right. And i think we've got a. We've got to figure out a way to do that. Because you know my head. My initial reaction was will is mistakes. Happen but when in doubt. Don't don't pull the trigger. And there's so many resources available these days It's just not that it's hard like we said but the more you learn about this. I think the more hesitant you would be to pull the trigger right. So there's there's there's a an education or a knowledge gap there but potentially that that can be closed. But i think we just need to understand the circumstances as well as we can if it keeps happening like you said dylan. We're we're gonna lose a lot here. Yeah in my opinion totally. So i mean i do as i think. We're kind of coming to some conclusions. Here are really what i was hoping to. Where land as they can do. And i think we're both types on education is a big piece. And i mean i think that this great tools out there at more than error. There's great tools out there. It just you know encouraging bay to define them and you know digest them and spend time with those those resources But i think the other thing is just talking about it. And i think that it will starting this conversation that we're having an and hopefully others that you know. It helps people. Under dan how hard it is to age rams in the process that it takes and the need for mentorship that he'll call you've talked about having the benefit of having a mentor set next year and i can't tell you how many times i've looked cheap going. I just wish. I had somebody next to me. This looked at house for thirty five years like mad. I've ever feel like that. So many times. they try to figure it out. And so we those. Those are all things i mean like the the other thing that i think it will end on this as the as the social media push for accomplishment to meet this challenge and how this like to to have this accomplished bent in your as as a hunter and i think one thing that we need to continue to talk about and think adam that story of the the guy coming out of the woods just with the big smile on his face we we got we got to continue to tell that story and create language and stories around the experience and the privilege of being able to go sheep hunting nen and what that brings without without a sheep doesn't need. It does not need to be an accomplishment to kill something accomplishment as surviving for ten or twelve days in the mountain british columbia. And as you do that. You're a sheep hunter. It's like you don't need to kill anything like i have. lots of. She putters at ever kill the sheep but now they're retired because they can't do it anymore but they were so happy that they were able the hunt chief for ten years and the only advice every game they start young. Because you're gonna love it and you know only be able to do it until you're i think maybe forty five because i don't feel like feeling pretty beat up right now. Is that ortega quote right. It's i don't. I don't get it wrong here. I don't hunt killed i to have hunted. I believe is summit. Version of it right And it's so true. I mean like on on this. Most recent sheep undermine i as i said earlier i had a good real good buddy of mine. I real full dedicated sheep in the day. We found those rams. Like i wish i'd put like just set my iphone up hit record because it was just constant. Commentary like just..
Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
"nen" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
"Takes longer than the age of the universe to get there. So you're completely correct. Charlie when we say that we will often talk about the mass of the contestants field as if it were sitting there at the bottom of its potential calculating second derivative. That's cheating. We shouldn't really do that when it's somewhere else on the potential what you should do is expand second derivative there wherever it is okay not at the minimum and if it isn't the minimum than the value the second route to somewhere else is just not an interesting quantity but if it's rolling slowly and hasn't gotten to the minimum yet then the value the second derivative where it is acts as the mass it acts as the mass in the equations of motion for the scaler field. However the reason. Why really makes a big deal about. This is for a typical choice of potential for choice of potential that you haven't finely tuned in some way it will more often than not be the case that the order of magnitude of the second derivative is the same wherever the field is as it will be once it gets to the minimum. That it's obvious counterexample. to this. which is a field. That just rolls off forever okay. That doesn't even have a minimum but for a typical field. That is just generically rolling. The magnitude of the second derivative has a value that is comparable same order of magnitude so therefore talking about the mass is sort of proxy sort of a quick and dirty way of getting at how strongly the potentials changing As the field value changes. That's all so it's just sloppiness. That's a long answer. The short answer is we're just being sloppy. Sorry about that okay. We're nearing the end folks. Who have two more questions left. James nen cairo says if there are many bubble universes as eternal inflation and our universe is one of those and the bubble universes are of various random sizes and larger universes are less likely than smaller ones. Does this provide a solution to the paradox. why we don't see alien civilizations or their probes in our neighborhood. I don't think so. No i get the idea that you have. Many many different bubble universes the probability of getting even one civilization per universe can be very small. And yet you're going to eat a lot of relations because there's a lot of bubble universes right. So in that scenario you would as i think james you're getting at you would predict that each civilization is alone in its region of space. But the point is you don't really need the multi-diverse for that. So i think that logic is completely good and might even be correct. But you don't need the features of eternal inflation or bubble universes where like the laws of physics are different or anything like that you could just imagine. Their universe is really really big. And the probability of life forming and intelligence for me is very very small and then you explain the fermi paradox right so you need that in your scenario. I'm calling your scenario. But you need other things in your scenario all these bubble universes in my scenario you just say. The probability of life or intelligence civilizations is very small. That's it now we're here rights. You might want to say well. If the probability of life is very small maybe the probability of us being here is very but this is again a longer more nuanced discussion. But i think you should just conditional is on us being here. We already know. we're here. This is what basins call old evidence. We shouldn't count it again. There's no theory we should be paying attention to the predicts. Were not here that we we've already taken into account the fact that we're here whenever we do any of this reasoning about anything so our existence. I would argue counts for a strictly nothing when we're talking about the different probabilities of different theories of the universe..
The Propaganda Report
"nen" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"And then i had a very big misfortune in a film that i had a major a list. Talent attached domestic distribution from the company that did passion of the christ and At eighty percent of the financing. It all fell apart because of some complications outside of our control with star star changing management. And all that and so we decided that we have spent three and a half years trying to get that movie off the ground when most films take between four and six years on average to get one movie going We decided that we wanted to have control over our movies. And we am my business partner. And i ended up making a film for the budget of the total of what our salaries would have been on that other movie so i was not happy about it but i remembered something. The joe told me. He said you're you're never gonna look back on these moments and think of them fondly at the time but it's in the times that you're challenged the most that you're gonna find out what you're good at and what you can do. And i found out that i could produce the hell out of film and and and find talented actors that most people would hire casting directors at one hundred thousand dollars to do so with that It started me down the road of doing independent micro budget independent films there about a quarter million dollars or less crowd funded. Some of them Found money along the way We just had a can do attitude and each one. Each one of our movies is different but the first movie i did was based on a true story was called one hour fantasy girl and it was about a young girl who was struggling as a girl in hollywood working out of a motel room. Where for one hundred and fifty dollars an hour. She did any fantasy. A man wanted as long as there was no sex. No nudity was completely legal and you go. What the hell then would you be hired to do. If if that's the case with men and it was very intriguing and We had a lot of women. I who were very apprehensive. Because we're two nen making a movie about a woman in peril in prostitution but it actually struck a chord with women on such a level that it became a major hit for us In the same year that the girlfriend experience with steven soderbergh came out in actually some of the reviewers that had reviewed that move and ours said that are was ours was the movie even though it was a lower budget much significantly lower budget and had no stars in it by name that it was the one that had the heart to it that was missing and the other one and it was a story of strength finding your own inner strength and surviving another day. And sometimes it's the it's that one moment that little bread crumbs that somebody gives you that little break that can turn the trajectory and allow you to make it another day. And what i found. Was.
Growth Marketing Today
"nen" Discussed on Growth Marketing Today
"But is that really what people need at that moment in their life Like for example. If it was like when i was in high school and university i was seeing all these courses all these people who are making passive income as they love talking about and then they're trying to sell these e books these courses. They don't really care if this person is a student. If this person is a young professional if this person is forty or fifty years old and looking for a change in their life they just want to make the sale. So that's what i when it's about making positive change in people's lives whether you're selling to consumers or businesses is this the right time for them as marketers. Are we ready to say no and say okay maybe you can just get into our email list and then later on you can buy from us but right now is not the time for you So being very customer centric but it really like that. Like some of the bait and it goes back to. Sometimes the best marker i know have background in sales and the best salespeople i know will tell you that hey our products not the best for you. You should go over there and by competitor usually is. That is what you mean by that. We're like you're willing to tell no you're not you're actually not good for our product But you know being open and being transparent about that. Yeah i think there's a very long term view this Of your is just being customer. Centric in general And trying to help them make that change even if it means that they grow their business first before they start working with us like frequent blood conviction all our best buyers are enterprised retails a retail. Like not a lot of shopping sites would fall into that category of working with us and being successful. And i think that's one of the things of you know that someone is a good salesperson if they're impartial nen if they're willing to say no for now in return for possibly in the future a longer term relationship when we come back into someone roxy annual share three tips improve your writing before going..
The Lawfare Podcast
"nen" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"So i think senator rubio started this. But he didn't have an opportunity kind of poetry. Is there other any accompanying challenges with greater awareness. So as we educate as we had this conversation are we simultaneously kind of raising a challenge alongside that. Yeah so that the more successful. We are at getting people to be aware of the nature of this problem into the cultivate their skepticism about audio and video the more space for creating for something we call them in the paper we call this the liars dividend. I can't decide if i really like that term but it kind of captures it. There's the mirror image situation. Where the video israel. The audio is real. It does expose something wrong or embarrassing about some public figure and that person has the shamelessness deny it. This already happens. But how much more room is there. Persuasively deny video and audio evidence when people have been pounded with the message by us. Beware of deep. Fakes imagery can be manipulated. Video can be manipulated so the cry of fake news becomes the cry of deep fake news and is much more resonant because of success in getting people to be on guard rx. I'm just we're going to push into this just a little bit more. They will release but okay. Let's just get dystopia him and all right. How bad could this really get as you to have thought about this together so that then i think you've got two sides almost janus-faced quine where that seemed to be totally opposite. But i think can exist together right on the one hand. Nothing is believable right. We've got the liars dividend. Which by the way. I vote for keeping it. Because it was bob's idea. And i really like it though. He's incredibly humble and dozen. So maybe we'll get a little later but We're nothing is believable. Everything right that that we all kinda withdrawn filter bubbles. And so we all get to say. Oh nen and you know like they're no truths and we've really done incredible destruction culturally and politically to each other right and at the same time when nothing is believable politically for individuals deep sex fakes. And the like are incredibly damaging. Because that's the kind of thing we say. Oh i believe that because it's gonna often reaffirm a lot of bias as we have like gender stereotypes right for for a woman you see a deep sex fake. Oh you know She's incredibly available. So i'm not gonna hire her so while at the same time for individuals it's totally believable and worth being credibly costly right on at the same time culturally and politically. We lose faith in in our public discourse right and here we are at i think to me. That's the nightmare scenario. And then let's add in our what drove us write this paper which is the immutable sort of audit trail. That we create rate for gonna take that over as you said earlier. If it won't be for everybody trying to purchase some service from a third party you can be sort of a trusted repository of evidence. Immutable audit logs. That confirm and throwing the word blockchain right just cause some kind of reliable trustworthy log of exactly where you were in and if you wanna go full throttle with it video and audio of what was going on. You've got some some token on your on your jacket recording everything and maybe only a few people who are running for office or otherwise in especially sensitive positions like a chief of police maybe only they go in for it but then along comes from employers that really want during work hours. They want their employees to wear this because lord knows what their employees might otherwise. Get up to and you do run. The risk of accelerating surveillance trend and sort of an an omni recording of everything trended is pretty disturbing in. It's not necessarily a world that would be accustomed to wanting to live in. Wait until imagine if in a world in which we don't trust anything who gets to define what's true are the basically totalitarian leaders right authoritarians and if we've created a sort of lifelock verse elves. Imagine the way in which we can be controlled. So maybe that's as dystopia as we get. It's pretty ugly. Thoughts are in charge and blau chain saves us all just kidding with every conference i go to okay so chris bayless out man. That's that's the worst. That's the worst case scenario. And i i i could pile on but there's no need to. How is this technology likely to present itself here in the near to mid term. What's than most likely next evolution of this as we go forward so i said that before like the car. Deep fakes are easy. To debunk. and what happens. Next is to fix certain shortcomings of the fakes. People are working on making things more compatible. Denver not compatible like head motions are in sync with what.
Food Safety Matters
"nen" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"Graduate student. Trending this coming up some take takeaways from that so all you academics out there. Put your graduate students on this and then we can talk about some of the trends. Yeah would be real interesting. So there's that nen last but not least The north american meat institute commonly referred to as nemi has updated their food safety equipment design principles to address food safety hazards for all and used in meat and poultry businesses and as we all know. The risk of contamination of food products by pathogens at for materials can be managed by equipment design commonly referred to sanitary equipment An implementing these industry-wide recommendations will reduce contamination and meat industry recalls and may also work for a similar wet cleaning food operation. So you want to check that out. They've got an official booklet includes introduction and glossary with other information on certain principal elements. They've also got a spreadsheet version of the checklist that automatically calculates an overall score All that's downloadable so yes you've guessed it. We have a link in the show notes. So we don't need to tell you all that food. Safety is very complicated but this was identified as a gap And in need by meat processors in the early two thousands my reached out to a few of our meat processing friends And learnt that this is a standard That they use all the time And all of their teams use it to maximize her food safety's since its inception. was initiated. Like i said in the early two thousands in response to this sanitary equipment design gap and a need And i wanted to add that joe. Stout who co-chaired the equipment designed task force at then just. Ami american meat is nam To establish the original principles and joe will be providing an historical perspective on hygienic design in our october november issue. The magazine so you can stay tuned for that. But you know what nam was able to do was really update. These principles Expanding clarify some things and also To provide some criteria for the prevention of foreign material contamination. So that was the real Big advance Since these standards were originally draft. So that's the big advance with this release is about four materials on. That's interesting yeah. Yeah all right so see. We delivered this like some juicy bits. They're so pretty cool. So as i said again and again you'll find links to all the resources that we mentioned in our show notes You can find them in your podcast player or on our website at food dash safety dot com And then you'll find episode one. Oh one and one last thing. Don't forget to follow us on twitter..
"nen" Discussed on The OjiFanboys
"Look like about hunter a net. And all my god. And then i nen has ruined me when i watch like any new in mongo. That has like a like unrealistic goals like fantastic abilities and shit because none is perfect to me. You know made us cool but the only thing about the kind of key you get. Increase your knin. You increase the Step relations on it. So it's like you in the sense that you build more experience you know. Oh eslake Whatever quantity using shit like that is based on like you know you could become more efficient in how to use like This is just like when you practicing thing just becomes easier over time so you basically have the same amount of nan from when he was born. I know it grows. It grows over time. H yeah that's why they were saying like even for people who are really strong like like even like let's say some of their abilities aren't too strongly their actual amount of nen is could be really high 'cause he keeps growing as you age. A rate of growth is better than others. Yeah that's what it is. You know there's like you know they say what gone and kills one in ten million or some shit like that. It's like that it's just like dune. Yeah they're they're they're problem. There are problem thirteen years old. But it's like he. Yeah not everyone's at least in hunter they tell you -plicitly not everyone is born equal like straight up. You know you can. You can have a lot of men but if you don't do shit if you don't make Because you made your own abilities in knowing jews you how to do a special take you make it yourself. That's my favorite thing about that. I saw back lightning. He's intimately familiar with jesse. You can't do that because he only knows physical strength. But i also like their nen type you know yeah Enhancer right gaze enhancer in kilo. Manipulator transmitter changed were into two different properties. Shit like that The one thing that i really liked about it is that the the animated use subplots in a good way in that it created enough subplots that the main characters can still be effective without having to fight the main villain. Because like there's no way that the main characters you made it feel like there's no way the main characters will be strong enough to fight the main villain they're like hey like this despite for real nigga twelve and they won't be room for several years. Yeah and that's one thing about like that's a hundred thing. Besides de is like date knowledge is like their children to show and try to work around. Like you don't want kids and like a life or death battle all the time or ever. They really try to avoid it but like you. You couldn't have waited ingredient it clearly. These are very real kids. they they they. They may have more like a genius than someone else. But they'll lose to experience every single time. Yeah and then they also shows like with the in both like they show you like this is what they're gonna be like. This is how they're gonna basically show you what they can become right. Yeah ca and not just in like the super on the nose way they do with the end in the key when he fights the willie when he fights p two. Oh yeah yeah i mean. We've gone wrong from the beginning. But that's the thing it's like with all district. It comes with a cost like yeah. He kills stipulation thing they have to do or yeah like in the manga effectively right now. Going can't use net. Because he paid. He wanted that much power they. It's like so you're not alone you know..
The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"nen" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"Know very unfortunate What's going on and you know i. It's interesting because you go back to a previous interview that ric flair had gave right at around the time when a whole Lacey evans have revealed that she was pregnant. Turns out he was actually legit and we haven't seen earn. Wwe programming sense. Ric flair had gave an interview. Where he talked about how you know. Hey look lacey evans. Great kid very very talented. Got the whole world ahead of her. I'm soap apologies. Guys let me take that Let me take that. Don't be like this guy post off already. There you go you know but you know he talked about how lacey evans. Yeah great kid. You know very very talented. Nothing personal against her but he just did not understand the whole story line. He was not a fan of that story was just has we all collectively were kinda loaning grown in a bid over that story arc in a how sometimes ause wrestling fans can be. You know over over exaggerating Wrestling fans can be a little bit too. Insensitive wrestling fans can be a bid to gimme. Gimme gimme and all that. And all this was a case right here where i remember almost unanimously. Everybody was not feeling what was going on with this story arc nen ric flair had said an interview. You know months months back that he was not a fan of this story. Arc whatsoever. Went to vince mcmahon. He complained about. It fell on deaf ears pretty much. It was what he was but to hear debt. Ric flair has been. You know let go. He pretty much asked for his release. He wanted out of his his legends deal. Basically he won it out of it and when you get right down to the heart of the matter the reason why ric flair wanted out was because he just was not liking what was going on from a creative standpoint. He just was not liking it. And i think when you when you add a lot more to it As far as substance go. Yeah not only. Could you go with the whole. Hey from a creative standpoint you know. Hey this is this. Is what's going on with ric flair. But how about just from a lack of creativity standpoint as well you know how about that so for you know ric flair to go to the wwe as the good kind of folks over fifa l- in airport in baseball near sources that you know this is this is what's going on..
No Challenges Remaining
"nen" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"Who for madonna and and he's in in spanish denison and until you know there wasn't really any one and so he was you know i'm i'm sure people wanted more than than it was louis. Kind of a solid took twenty player. Who as well as areas in his grand top ten. Who would be like comfortably in the top ten is not for the ranking freeze. But he's like bill a nice curriculum reference often and as he said he's paying the best of his career over the past aaron and again. He is very difficult difficult for chocolate specifically in this office of droplets records. He just he makes everything you know the the points you know in from when i started watching again gymnastics. It became really grueling by the end of the second set. And that's joke which isn't always as willing to about four commit to that level of grinding at this point but yet he did extremely well and yeah as you said the metal he said in his interview that it was like the best title is the best of history. Didn't even win the daito through really enjoy it like i do like that. It does mean something to allow two players and a local place you to fully buy into this is the olympic is because like sporting event in the world. It means so much to so many people just like gwen sandwich. A in the largest scheme of things on just on nearly like oh totally. I think we got. I think we've got a good deal of that in this olympics. Especially the ron sanchez freshly. I mean to really really unlikely bronze-medal winners In the doubles in the same sex doubles With the women's team of Stefani aussie winning for brazil. I can confidently say. I had never said the name pagosa before this really off. Radar you know. Pair barely got into the olympics and then to come through with that means trump's to them and that's cool to see and then and that's gonna make them fake deals in brazil A country that does have a lot of sort of latent love for for tennis nen also in the men the team from new zealand. You're earning the bronze there. Daniel and venus the other venus have tell someone says like venus wins metal for like six olympics in a row or something mr but but it's Yeah those moments there that are cool As sort of the things that are easy to romanticize about the olympics in tennis can't have those moments like anybody else certainly monica puig and nicolas massu most famously. Like you know. Things can happen to change olympics the olympics as such immediate. Cachet that it it means people i. I didn't stay go ahead with the. The women's doubles ones mental is. It was cool that the fact that so many people withdrew actually became like a defeat drenched in some way. Because i mean the same. I mean numerous players. Like and brandon was the birdie Made one.
The Art of Manliness
"nen" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Love it and now back to the show right. It's a situational like one of the reasons that the causing decline in male friendships is the situations have changed. People are on work for friends that have neighborhoods or civic organizations or church but work jobs can be mobile. You're constantly changing jobs. So you don't have a chance to maintain or stephen establish friends another factor. I've heard that's playing a role in the decline of friendships. That people are spending more time with their families than with the friends than people. Didn't the past did your survey funny thing about that. Yes this is something that you know. I looked at looked at as well and and particularly for parents. And i speak as one of no apparent young children. The the amount of time parents are investing in their children has increased dramatically. Just simply takes away time from other things you might do from your your hobbies reworked from your friends in. So that's that's a big big piece of the puzzle that we are focusing much more on our families our spouses than than we were previously. Some of this may have to do with generation In this that's the cohort that has having yell establishing families right now socialized to to really be emphasizing families. But i think there's some evidence that might actually be changing now again. In the more recent survey we ask the question about what is essential for living fulfiling life. What kind of things is it. You're being married. is that happening. Just aerobic partners at children is having a good job is money in the says there was friends and more americans mentioned having good friends with essential fulfilling life than anything else that being married and having kids having a good job so that what people think about the essential ingredients for good life is changing. I you know. I don't know how quickly people will act on it because one of the interesting things. There's some there's some dissidents they there you know we we say we talk about imports of friends. But we don't actually devote the time towards it like if you look at the american time use survey which looks at how people are spending their time. We devote very little time to our friends compared to other relationships. And it's actually. According to the times survey that's shrinking over the last decade or so it to the topic of nen spending more time with family pretty for that emotional support than with their friends. I think part of your survey that found that Young men are more likely to go talk to their parents about a personal problem than i take. Their problem to their friends was the numbers. They're like yes so. This is one of the more worse things in pole for me that we found that thirty six percent of mango to their parents. I from facing a personal problem. Compared to twenty four percent of young women and young men are are much less likely to rely on their friends than they used to in. You know as a parent. I think parents are kinda great now. They are the people that provide us with unconditional love and support. There are ready willing to know. Hopefully support is financially and emotionally. But it's also a unique relationship and it's not an equal relationship. Either where the reciprocity now giving in getting in in roughly equal measure and. That's what friendship really requires. So if you are getting the stuff from their parents are around forever and again. It's a unique relationship. So i think it could be hampering their ability to to establish connections with with their peers in the big thing in one of the reasons. I think that this is so high now. Has that more. People are living at home than any time. Since the great russian and that's largely due to economic circumstances in covert some more than fifty two more than half. A percent of young adults are living at home. it's greater among men. I think this this close proximity to their parents know makes them more inclined to seek out their support and advice. I as as opposed to to their friends. And you think this could be the issue. It's not allowing them to grow as a as a man establish their own social networks to build them out. You know that's sort of the morning the important parts of being an adult is establishing your own relationships figuring out what works doesn't work and so..
The Larry Elder Show
"nen" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Welcome back to the program. This is special guest host. Carl jackson said nen for the great elderski the number to call triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. I'm sure by now. You've heard california's playing games when it comes to adding larry elder's name to the list of the candidates To run against gavin newsom in the recall election on september fourteenth If he were to be recalled and the reason that they state They mentioned several reasons. Ladies shirley weber. Who's the secretary of state of california And apparently the reason they claim is it's due to incomplete incomplete redacted and or unredacted income tax returns That were foued And according to According to larry elder spokesperson She's still expected. Ying-mao are being ma. She expected him to be on the final list of candidates issued next week. So we'll have to wait and see what happens. Ingmar goes on to say our campaign cemented. Every document required by the secretary of state and los angeles county register and los angeles county registrar. So i think they're playing games with mr elder. I think they're playing hard This is what democrats do they. Don't wanna give up their power. They don't want to give their victims So that's why you see gavin newsom sending out six hundred dollar checks just a week before the recall election anything he he can do to give a californians that That that the government cheese that welfare crack if you will To keep them basically to keep them voting democrat. But you guys have the opportunity of a lifetime. I hope you'll go ahead and take care of it but here's what you're facing california. Here's what you have an opportunity to change. This is an article that was written is laid back his. I think it was two thousand seventeen or Or or sixteen props the breitbart but how seven policies democrat policies are killing america's inner cities and. It's so funny. Because i was just flipping through it today and i was like this is everything. California is going through to this day. This is everything that people in blue cities. Nothing change continue to go through democrat. Paul policies destroy america. they destroy freedom. We talked about obamacare. Now you're just a number you go to jail. You're just a number now you go. You're you're you're you're you're put into this healthcare system were doctors don't have to compete for your business. The government just send them to you basically and listen. I'm not saying that doctors are evil and one and adjust. Get a book. But i would say since the since the inception of obamacare. I don't believe medicine is what it what it used to be. Because basically it removes caring out of a doctor's heart we become numbers. We all become statistics. And i'm not. I know this is true for every doctor. So please don't get me wrong but this is why healthcare government run healthcare so bad just consider cuba. These people can't get the basic necessities. They can't get a basic therapies to help fight cove. there was an outbreak escapees just too easily treatable skin disease. But this is where we're heading towards with obamacare and i don't see republicans talk about this free market. Health care will be so much better. Insurance companies had to compete. If people like myself living in florida were able to go buy a policy. let's say in texas. that's what you have to do. Many you have executive amnesty. We're gonna be talking about daca because this judge. When does the name of this judge now lose his name. All of a sudden Andrew heynen judge and us district judge andrew heynen. And we'll talk about this in the second hour. I'm so glad that he struck this down. I'm so glad that he struck this down. I know a lot of you may support daca deferred action for childhood arrival. All it's meant to do is create a new negro negro. All it's meant to do is keep a class of citizens just perpetual or you know in this victimhood mentality in perpetuity. That's all it's meant. Do but i want you to consider a. I want you to consider amnesty. I want you to consider. We talk about compassion. Always here compassionate. I hear this from the right and the left to be honest with you. And i'm so sick of it so i'm going to talk about it. Where's the compassion. For the american worker. Our american workers. Not dreamers man. listen. I don't begrudge anyone wanting to live into stay in america. I totally get it. This is a very hard and difficult situation. It's not easy emotionally. I'm sure the people that are going through it being tossed around like a political ping pong. And that's exactly what obama intended to do when he first implemented this thing in june two thousand twelve right before an election presidential election. He had no love for the latino people he just wanted to use. Latino people just like the democrat party uses black people and it's so sad that we had president the did the exact same thing. But i wanna talk about compassion for the american worker compassion for that guy. Where's the compassion. Compassion for the black american for the latino american for the white american. Maybe your lower income. Maybe you're middle class and you're trying to move up and now all of a sudden you gotta compete for jobs. You got to compete for wages for from people that broke the law. I can remember. I can remember one time. I was visiting a a nursery. This was back man. George w bush was in office and at that time. I think they were talking about some. Amnesty plan may have been two thousand five. Oh five oh six. Oh seven somewhere in that timeframe and are kim recall a local nursery here in town were once they started talking about. They were talking about amnesty but at the same time they were talking about securing the border. And when i say they. I'm talking about the politicians in washington. Dc and they were talking about securing the border by the number to call in triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. They were talking about securing the border. They were You know but allowing you know allowing whatever amount of illegal aliens that crossed the border to basically just full-fledged amnesty but an mba started talking about businesses. I don't know who at some point in time zone. The some of the politicians started talking about how businesses there had to be some type of accountability. We need to. We need to find out what businesses were hiring illegal aliens. We had to check that out. We had to find that out. And i can recall this nursery that i will go to that. I would frequent one week when the pressure got really bad when when washington started talking about illegal immigration and enforcing some illegal immigration standards. They went.
The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"nen" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Horrible. Well you know. I knew gonna die before she would see them before. She was even told because the summer before she visit my brothers terry witches. I asked for an hour an astronaut. It's never wanted to before and you're thinking. Oh my god wants to see what i think. It is now with the summer and then november. My daughter took her down to pace an urgent care because she wasn't feeling good urchin. Care which is fast paced. show her. Oh you have the monja now. They they saw the cancer in her long. And they never said anything to her slow. She went into walmart. Yeah i was a week later. I after i took my mother to florida to her sister spill with this and not knowing you know thinking pneumonia we come home and her went down and walmart and they went ahead. I figure something out and they went ahead and they're coming back again. My mother children. I'm not gonna go in and you're going to hospital joker to the hospital and the stupid factor. I called him out in the room. And i don't hurt this and this is one of the regrets. I have because he told me. He said very nonchalant. Oh your mother has terminal cancer and he walked back in the room. And i'm like why what. Yeah exactly one west. He's had terminal lung cancer and My us. And i said nen has terminal lung cancer. My daughter got hysterical. Ran out next thing i know. My son in law's walking in we live like fifteen minutes from the hospital. And in the meantime i had tests on my kids to tell them. And i My son in law going with my mother now by this time. My mother knows something's going on. Yeah yeah anything. But i disappeared. My daughters disappeared now. Here watching them son in law and told my mother well my my daughter and i spend the night and our doctor walked it and i m with the set he said the doctor should never he told you that she needs to by aussie on. That doesn't mean she has cancer. And it doesn't mean you know. We have to find out so later for a. She went in well on the thirteenth. Of course it's december and thirteen. That's my father's birthday. My sister-in-law seven years of a rare cancer. She died that morning and something happened. And i can't remember right now but My mother bath. I gave but did you say that. That's a lot that's a lot. Yeah the half my yeah. I don't know what happened. That of what else happened. I remember later though. Wouldn't wanna get my mother back and she couldn't catch her press so a window or another daughters here and my son's is to call me and my mom's like wait and hold on and she says i'll catch my breast. I sit com ones and four kids. Didn't know what to do the call the amblin call the emlyn out. She's an eighth fifth so they take her to the high bill again. My daughter i go to the hospital. We spend the night with her. They come back and they told us they had the next day..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"nen" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Green room app. I've got to be honest. This is a little bit different than the locker room app. They've been making some changes each and every week and they wanted us because they came to nation. Excuse me and said we want your podcasters kind of promote this product. And i was more than happy to jump on board and say yes. I would love to do this. I was already thinking about going into a some type of call in format. I used to do that with blog. Talk radio way back in the day. And i was even thinking about going back. There just did a talk with my writer. Dai crew that people to listen to. Let's ride every monday. Wednesday friday and don't miss thing and then this showed up and so it's been a great opportunity. It's been a great learning spurs. They want us to try different times. I usually do tuesdays at seven thirty due to some conflicting scheduling Is the bump this back to ten. Pm eastern time so. I'm not sure what this audience will look like but nonetheless. This is the kind of the information they're looking for as they kick off this app spotify green room at. I do want to mention before we get started in the news. And the podcast. The title of the podcast itself. We are a part of behind the curtain dot com to make sure wherever you. It's your one-stop shop. It really should be a with. That's my goal. My goal is behind it. So curtain dot com. Be the one place you wanna go every single time you want something that has to do with the pittsburgh steelers and we are part of espy nation. Which part of arc's media. Also wherever you get your podcast steelers or behind. The curtain subscribe. Follow so that you do not miss a thing. Not just my monday wednesday friday. Let's ride but then also is the live mike on tuesday. That is the stag on thursday in our whole afternoon line of i'm not gonna go through all of them right now by will at some point sure that you subscribe to our channels to you. Don't miss any of that as we have some people chiming in on the spotify green map. I want to get things started off right in this is this was not necessarily my target topic to discuss on this podcast yet. I felt it was necessary. I was going to talk about something completely different. That's i move to friday show. And i see you know what i need to talk about this. I need to talk about what's going on because it's driving me absolutely insane and there might be some steeler fans out there that are not sure of what's happening. They're really guy. I don't know what you're really talking about. Let me this is a public service. Announcement for all steeler fans out there to beware the bogus off-season steelers reports. Beware they're everywhere in. There's one that's more prominent than most in. That is about a young offensive. Lineman by the name of kevin dotson. This was something that was really stirring on twitter. Probably the last forty eight hours kind of died down as of recently. But still you need to beware of these reports for a lot of reasons. So let me give you the lowdown here. I i went back and found a tweet that was sent out in. This is from. This is from instagram and steeler season as z. N. says this year's won't like this be warned interesting. Reports came out of the weekend from steelers. Beat writer bo. I won't mention the the writer's name according to team sources steelers coaches and management are extremely upset behind closed doors with second year guard. Kevin dotson reportedly he literally did nothing. There i'll read that again. According to team sources he literally did nothing or very little in the offseason to keep his physical conditioning levels up likely due to feeling like he had the starting left guard. Job locked up now. Here's another real. Shocker when trae turner was hosted on his initial free agent visit the same sources indicated that it had absolutely nothing to do with david decastro ailments but it had everything to do with the dissatisfaction surrounding datsun. To castro's injury forced the team's hand in they had no choice but to sign turner as a replacement. It appears very possible. The kevin dotson could face competition in training camp for the starting job from the likes of bj finney according to said reporter which was mentioned earlier in the post. If dodson doesn't quickly get back in the good graces of his coaches so this is where it all started that post now the reporter that was mentioned in that post actually came in and double down and said it's true. This is the the sources that i have are good sources and they're not gonna lie and so all of a sudden are slack channel on behind the curtain dot com is saying what is all this stuff going on so i started to just. Hey we're gonna take away. The approach in sudden kevin dotson on his own twitter feed. He says y'all ask them y'all self. This is what he said people. I train in trained with. No i work. So he's basically saying. Hey we asked whoever you want. But i'm ready nen more people chiming jeff schwartz former offensive lineman in the. Nfl said this story is a horse. Poop will put it that way. Kc debunks that almost right away it gets better now then all of a sudden people that actually helped train dotson this offseason duke many weather. He training these photos videos of dodson literally getting after it getting after it and so his trainer himself was asked. Why would coach if we're assuming this report comes from a position coach because that's what this writer said who who came from. I'm not sure if it's clem. I'm not sure if it's morgan. No one knows but still a why would they do that until the trainer says this. Nfl buildings are home to some of the most toxic in ego driven. People that are in the people there are in ninety nine percent of the aforementioned are not players that being said kevin dotson is one of the hardest workers that had the chance to work with and he keeps a chip on his shoulder handling business. Other beat writers for the pittsburgh steelers have come out and said we saw this kid live and in person in mandatory minicamp. He did not look out of shape. He looked like he was ready to go that he was ready to for for a second year. I just wanted to do a show in. I didn't wanna just keep on harping on this topic. But i felt it was appropriate to talk about my goodness. These are the reports that steeler fans to take with a grain of salt. Any take time to take some time to pause and realize that to be completely honest. This could be one person's opinion in at one person might not be the person that's making the decisions on who plays in. Houston who does these. The same type of reports in it did come from kind of the same arena. 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Pop Culture Junkie
"nen" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie
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"nen" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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United Airlines to begin trial of free passenger Covid tests on London flights
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Voice for Car Dealerships with Ethan Richardson, Founder of CarSay
"Grow up in the UK and had a career in the chat bots base. And now you work in Boyce in Romania which is a pretty interesting mix. Can you tell us how you got into boys. And why in Romania. Yes right so I was born in the UK in Birmingham and for family reasons. I ended up in Romania so I've always loved tech for a long time since I was like seven years old and I remember my first Amstrad. PC An ember member trying to hack in CODA and it was really interested in from Nen. I've just loved learning and playing with tax cuts in tech. And it's really being a johnny from me. Touchy London Romania Amihai. So be ready to be an interesting and also yeah just being. Here's Mayes to a lot of things that are used to have in the case of C- being remain as a different environments onslow. I'll have to change that to the market. And what would you say is the voice. Landscape like in Romania and Eastern Europe. Right now yes it. That's really interesting. Actually because Romania is a place where Amazon hasn't really landed so to speak so for example to get deliveries from Amazon. You have to go to John Inside and get the United Devices. So voice hasn't really reached the point of being normal and the reason for that is because because of the language area Amazon Alexa doesn't support the Manian and also doesn't and so it's really a luxury to have wanted wanted these speakers and I did some research He recently and is such as about ten percent of people at she owned a small speak in their homes so so that is really low pets in the US and education. Imagine you know. It's not really easy to get your hands on echo dots or Google home to Feis. So that's why it's really a challenge that Jesus speak to be live out because a lot of people don't even know what an Alexa device is so when you're having these conversations with people you're actually starting from the very basics of what is this device sitting in front of you so the has been you know a challenged about the half been a few deaf shops have sprung up and more all developing skills for students outside of Romania. So I could see that changing in the near future when an exile Google start to support the local language and also these devices and locally the very difficult to get your hands on sometimes I have to get these devices imported from the US from the UK. Because you just can't get your hands on an echo and echo shows just not possible. This is really a challenge but as far as voice projects being implemented the hasn't been any no so far so it's really a case of of educate to the market and that what these devices can do more than just controlling music or searching on the light. Slow changing the light colors so you you know. Starting from that point is actually a point of trying to educate the market has been a bit of interest from the business community but as far as you know what Camis knees devices do and actually people want to know about the adoption rates some during in different market areas so there is a bit of interest respite in terms of rolling this out as a viable product for a at that can be sold is. It's at the point where people have really got that dates as behind in terms of adoption customer adoption rights. Such you know make a feasible viable option. So it's quite a neat technology and as as you can say it's it's a challenge here but at the same time it's a great opportunity because I'm on case you know there isn't any competition so for me being here. It's re- me me easy to come the subject matter expert and actually show people what these devices can do so like. I said there's only being ten percent adoption rate of these devices prices so I've had to change the way that I look at voice instead of being in home skill development. I've had JANCI look outside of the box in Siwa what can I do. What can I build is out of home? And these skills have to interact with people outside of the because people just don't have them in hung and it's really a challenge to the businesses and say these advantages that you can actually get from using these devices but I do see that the voice remaining will grow and on if the applications develops that will really fulfill the need and reduce the friction of every day. Hassles I think as a designer and a developer myself I can see voice fits and like I said before coming from the UK. I had a lot of things that I could access. But here things are very the basic and tons of bringing access you have records for example online is not available in San things like this of really behind the Times but it opens up your advised to question things and say well. Why is that like that and lies this during this? And because of that you don't accept the status quo use of question everything. And that's that's how it led to me coming up with 'cause I which is a new idea a new project that such gains traction well again. I congratulate delay you because you know voice even in the. US is still something that you know. We're trying to educate people on so I can imagine in Romania kind of feeling like this one. A person has to feel slightly lonely and intimidating but also really exciting as you kind of pioneer. This concept is that accurate. And maybe how you're feeling definitely it's a lonely space because there's not many people developing skills here. Some developers have tried to hand just to see what the technology can do. But they're all very many people who are trying to core business behind this. I think a lot of people say as a novelty and when I say to people that this is what they can do. They go is nice but they don't really see the business opportunity because of the lack of Romanian support. So I'm sure aw GEICO. Low Amazon soon will support the language and then I will be the fast long stretch be building viable businesses on the back of tests. But like you said is it's lonely place to be but you know reaching out to different people in the UK Meet U S. You know it's really good to see the voice community. Gordon Globally so. I don't think it's just a local often. Golfing people are really amazing things in the UK in Germany and also in the US so it's fun times to be voice. Yeah and you know. All businesses physicist start with solving a problem and yours specifically is within the car dealership space. Can you tell us about your journey. And what led you to creating car. Say Yes yes so The story behind this as quite financially because it all starts from me actually wanting to buy a new car and I actually went to local car dealership which was a near where I live and she just wants expecting to be great information being able to walk out ostby. We are seeing a car and I got there and the salesperson who was assigned to me didn't speak English and it was a bit strange because he looks at me and I looked at him and we were like how we going to do this. And so he ended up Calling one of his clicks. You also didn't speak English so there was a massive language barrier so I ended up walking out with a grocer which was in women so I actually went home. Sought Dan House like that. That's not a good experience. That's not a good customer experience. So I started to their some research online about CAU- dealerships and the challenges is in some of the new developments in the market and realize that it's not just me a lot of car. Dealerships are having problems with the challenges from ability platforms such Suba and also increasing options and leasing analyzed at these dealerships have really struggling to create great customer experiences. And so I did some research and found out that it was an ultra to recall estates. If dealerships experiences improved by seventy two percent then people would visit them more and also Fifty three percent of people would be more likely to buy vehicle if the customer expense improved so I saw that that was a great opportunity to actually use voice in a car dealership because of my situation I