19 Burst results for "NEP"
Cold front brings chance of lowland snow early next week to Seattle
"Dark skies overhead. But if you look up, it's nice and story for most of us if you don't have some fog in the way by now, temperatures currently in the thirties for most of western Washington, so we've dropped back quickly because of the lack of cloud cover a nice, steady barometer. Look at that high humidity that was signed that there's a lot of moisture looking around out there, and at times it's gonna Start to grow into a little bit of fog for US satellite radar picture shows the clear skies that most of the region is enjoying tonight. And actually when it's story like this, especially on a winter's night, and especially when we've had days on end of rainfall, it's still sitting in the soil there. It coaxes it back out in the form of some fog. So that's gonna be an issue for some of us early tomorrow morning Temps right now, primarily thirties, although Bremerton pretty stubbornly hanging onto that 40 and Port Angeles at 41. Noticed a coma is the cold pocket there. It recorded the only 31 degrees and you can see that's exactly where we have some of that fog growing in Pierce County, so the two can combine forces there, join up to give you the freezing fog in the black eyes. You see fog here overnight. I just count on the fact that it's probably also slippery. So the big weather maker right now high pressure building in over the West Coast. Of course, it's caused all kinds of trouble across California with those gusty winds and the High fire danger in the bay Area and back into L. A. Given that it's January. It's a bit unusual, but that's how it's shaking out. We also have these warmer easterly winds for one more day tomorrow and then as we head into the afternoon to see the increasing clouds over Vancouver Island, Little bit of rain there on the west side of the island to ultimately that sensor for the rest of us as we head into the middle of the week. So with that overnight tonight, we drop into the thirties, especially concerned about Pierce County because of the fog in the freezing fog. It won't last long will burn through it pretty quickly. We've got a terrific Tuesday for you. It looks a lot like today. It will be a little bit breezy in the foothills and noticed that warmth The easterly winds tend to warm up even clone is across so you'll be closer to 50, whereas the rest of us will make it just into the mid forties. Breezy easterly winds coming through the strait in the morning as well to the tune of about 15 to 25 MPH. Will also come down slope from the Olympics and that tends to warm up on the way down. So forks he end up in a gorgeous 51 eastern Washington not benefiting from the East delays, in fact, so still that the false starts to become an issue again for some pockets, including the Yakima Valley at 43 up over the Cascades. It was fantastic of the ski slopes this afternoon. Why not do it again tomorrow? Loads of sunshine temps back in the thirties and all of our resorts by Wednesday that remember on the future cast Tuesday. We started Cloud NEP over Vancouver Island that rolls into western Washington Wednesday into Thursday breaks just a little spring collection. Compared to what we had earlier in the month. This is a really weak disturbance. But then we start really losing our warm Sunday and Monday. That's the best chance for some spotty lowland snow. It looks like we get cold just while we lose our moisture but at least an inch or two possible in some of the foothills by early next week.
"I'm a Feminist But...' with Robby Hoffman
"I'm a feminist but on my way to Seattle came from San Francisco on this lovely American Canadian tour. I sat next to a woman on the plane with such impressive breasts. My instinct which curbed was to say Nice Rack Lady. Nice Rack didn't say that but just popped into my head. I just thought that was a lovely pair of breasts. You and I very different politically speaking. I tried to explain my brother's Shmole. White cat calling bad shmole should construction. Worker in Calgary Canada Nice Guy in the world group of five girls. He showed me around his house houses. You see that they all look the same off the highway. They'll look like a construction off. The you're like who would live there my brother and he's could you believe we got the House so. I'm like yeah. He showed me around. Gives me a tour of the house? He's like I got to make the bathroom however I want. And he's like a bench there because Marianna. She shaves her legs. She should take a seat. Be Safe nicest guy in the world. Try to explain to my cat. Calling is not good anymore. He's like you're telling me you could see a pretty girl and not makes him sick sacrilegious. You're going to see a pretty on. You're not going to tell her plus over there at works. He's how do you think a lot? I was Mariana. So this reminds me of if you said. Nice rack to her. I don't know maybe it's because you're a woman should by the way is not cat-calling anymore. But because he's married so it is what it is out of respect for his wife. Yes loyal his name. Shmole Shmole schmolly numbered. I am a feminist but I like the joker so so I liked it. I didn't know anybody hated it then. I went online while I I didn't see it to have a lot of knock feminists content. I didn't even look at it. Sou- with regards to feminism or not. I felt bad for him physically. He looked ailing and There was some medical concerns. I had first and foremost as a HYPOCHONDRIAC. I was very concerned about his diet. I'm the smoking and popcorn lung. That maybe he was facing a lot of concerns. Feminism the did not come up for me on the list I mean. There's a lot of content. We're asked to empathize with sociopathic white men. Dot onscreen. I feel too many stories about a man who can't stop killing. I'm not saying there is no cycle of abuse and it's never passed but we don't talk about. It's not just a simple and every single time I watch something about a psychopathic man. Which is all the time. Because that's nine tenths of the content available to me on any streaming service slash cinema. It's always feel sorry for this. Man was deliberately being violent towards women but then he beats himself often then he thinks back to when he was a child and he was beaten. And you're like that's just not. That's not good enough. Thank you and we need to stop telling better stories because it's excusing a lot of things. And in my opinion if we had not been asked so thoroughly and constantly by Hollywood and television for generations to empathize with Whiteman. Doing everything and feeling everything and so rarely asked empathize with anyone else. Donald trump could not have been elected. Electable we feel we all feel for white men because we've been trained and trained trained trained and trained in a movie and I'll just okay. Sorry this that one got on. That really took a turn at the joke. I didn't see that being so controversial but it turned out to be very interested in either. I don't read nothing about movies. I was like oh I have a night off ghost movie. Come out ready to talk about it. My girls like what am I. O O Walking Teaneck. I thought no. Okay we'll talk about it anymore. I haven't seen it because I think it's GonNa be on it for me but I am interested because that's about a stand up comedian. Great Place Great Whistle Story writer also. I'm a feminist. When I came into the amazing NEP changed. I saw his indoor art. That was sort of stained glass windows and I was so blown away and I was going to take pictures of these virago backstage and I did. I was like this is beautiful and then I looked at what I've taken pictures of. I'd taken pictures of men astride horses. Thank Neptune the mythical figure clothed men astride horses looking powerful and women with long around on rocks and Avas like Neptune Theatre. These patriarchal pictures. So I said I cannot perform here unless they covered with velvet drapes. Well they could give me the photos and put new photos isn't it? The women are topless and they're giving away the art. I'll just cut the dude out. And I got not suggested that they be given a wears enjoying the art. And I'm not I'm not saying I'm Ben no way shaming the naked women of the Neptune theatre and I'm highlighting them if anything. I think if anything I think we should all get tops off join them free the nipple and say we stand with you. Women Ancient Greece in Rome. We stunned with you topless defiance because sometimes nice rack. Yeah
"nep" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And so I didn't do all that stuff and everything. But this is different. It's like a keep it from getting worse. You kind of do that this stop you wake up in the morning and the source gone in Oro wherever rash, or something. And I'm going, damn and all that, that we will take more of this. So while we were prepping we We're were. starting to get had a little coal something before going to March wedding Hawaii. And I'm going, dammit. I don't wanna be sick and freaking on. Why beach of the hell? No. So I had this thing in my throat just wanting wanting to threaten me an my nep-, so Donna had a bunch of these oil, oregano gel caps in bag out of, you know, which, you know gets shot by the TSA, but the. I think I took to a midnight and, and just kept them fine. I'm gone co all that little stuff now. This is the one apple cider vinegar thing. A lot of young guys. You probably don't know this, but black and white movies old movies, you know, in the sixty seven a kid, you watch and you might see all wonder now they might do it, but they take this stuff out. You know, you don't see all these grandma remedies being shown in movies and stuff, and what they do is they have somebody over. Oh, I'm so sick and he got a towel over their head over a. Steaming bowl of something. Okay. So they're just like put a towel over their head, and they got their head over a bowl breathing something. And I'm like, what the heck is that what why would? And so, even as a kid, you feel sick, you're desperate for anything teenager, whatever you boil some water and you can't let the vapor go in or maybe you put some Vicks, vapor rub in your nose and do it or whatever. That's not it all this time. Grandma says and been done, what was they were doing is they would add a little capful of apple cider vinegar, and the reason was is it with vaporize, and you breathe it in that hot water. It would rise up and you have a towel over. And you're breathing the end as vaporizing. Apple cider vinegar into your lungs. And the reason is, is because it changes the ph ph the flu viruses, and so on a cold and all that kind of stuff can only survive in certain conditions. That's why you don't have diseases transfer from between different animals, often. So I you know, your cats got freaking plague, and you don't care, you know, I kind of deal while sometimes I think they're they do transfer. But generally they don't so it's because of a certain ph a certain temperature certain certain certain assert, so the viruses and bacteria, and pathogens fungi, whatever that exist in us do so, because they're in a s j w safe environment. Okay. So they're just like all hose, we're got Justice. So they just sit there replicate go crazy. Well, you change those conditions and -biotics go in them up or. You get a fever. That's a big one. That was another thing. I sent my friend is eat. There. Let me finish up on that one. So, yeah. He I'm disease. We'll get to that. I even put it up on the site yesterday because I was just research is today, share this thereby the ph and the environment that you create in your lungs with the vaporized, apple cider vinegar makes it to where the viruses, and certain other stuff can't strive, they just start a die, or they don't like it or it. The replication thing goes bads often. Okay. So when you have a fever, that's what's going on. If you get over one hundred and two, three whatever, and it'll just keep going. Oh, it's still infection. All right. We got a signal from the troops on the front line. We need to nuke them. I was nukem you know, or or we scorched the sky or whatever the hell so your immune system does this. Well, we're always trying to suppress it. Oh, no. He's got a fever. Oh my God. Take this pill, take away your fever. Why? Because it's a symptom, we gotta take away symptoms, then you're not sick of take away the symptoms..
"nep" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Watching the game that the officials were in any way, shape or form a factor, did they make some Nep calls. Yes, they did. Through the warriors. I mean like the two goaltending calls were brutal. There's no doubt but they missed one on clay. We're Klay put his hand to the rim game to miss that one. So look. Fan bases. Love to use the officiating as an excuse when it suits their needs. You never hear the fan base command say, riff sucked. They were terroir can't believe those calls. Homemade, we won't about twenty. Yeah. You don't hear that. When your team loses that's when you get all over the officials and you need an excuse, just. Trust me that is not a topic. I'm willing to entertain for any length of time here on this show. I never have. I mean, there are certain calls and certain games that are, that are massive think what Rame saints Rams Rams saints that you'd have to talk about because it's so impactful to the game. But I'm just not just not going to do that. I'm just in no mood ever to do that. Because I think it takes away from the players and their accountability, and it takes away from the coaching and they're kind of -bility, and you just lay it on the officials will the official screwed us because that's easy thing to say, I just know I. There are times when I played in games you're upset with the officiating but you just play through it you just play. And if it it to me, it's always just it's always small-minded when you use the officials as an excuse instead of having accountability for, for your actions and your team's actions. I just I just I'm not I'm not gonna go there. I just don't. Whatever move on. You realize do people realize too, that the words last night, specifically had thirty free. Throws made twenty five and the raptors had twenty one though. So I mean you were plus nine in free throws last night. You were plus five in the line doesn't matter. I mean we got screwed. You had nine more free. Throws. I five free throws. That's just like that fifth. How can that be assessment? Whatever bags will join us at the top of the hour. The giants lose their finale in New York against the Mets. We have a lot to discussion Anderson, look good after he gave up a couple of early home runs draft things and others around a criminal signs of the cubs. So maybe trade season just a few weeks away as well. So again, it is a hard deadline this year. So how will that change things? We'll get an all those things bags and then far haunted, five o'clock, Steve.
"nep" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"I mean, there's I mean, you, you know, you know, about military bearing it's they beat it NTN in the marines or whatever branchy serving. So it comes naturally, and it's not something I have to put on. So I think when you know, I mean, if you look at my career almost almost every character, I played on television or film is carrying a gun. So I think. That that military bearing being familiar with with with the culture. Just makes it more natural when I walk into an audition. I don't I don't feel like I have to put it on. And and I, you know, and I certainly don't put a bunch of stank on it. You know? I was watching your real this morning where you are playing a police officer. And you know, it's a couple of cops and you're breaking each other's balls. And as like, yeah, I'm sure his time in the military played into this pretty well have -solutely that was from power. Which is one of my favorite roles ever. I really get to throw down with with the other actor, and you know, in in that particular situation, I was the local NYPD detective, and he's fed rolling into my crime scene. And I don't like that. So that was easy for me to kind of, you know, raise the hackles a little bit and go after them coming up in a couple of weeks. I play the reverse side of that situation on swat on CBS. Nep Assode episode fourteen of this season. It's called the B team. And I think at airs February seventh anyway, I play a federal agent who's rolling into the local, you know, swat headquarters in and kind of you know, stirring things up. So I've now gotten to play both sides of that equation. And it's it's interesting. I'm excited to see it. This has been a fascinating interview. If people wanna check out your social media on Twitter. It's at 'em underscore Broderick at that's Michael Broderick on Instagram. And of course, you're here. Promoting true deductive. So if you wanna shoot out where people could watch or anything else, they're promoting go for it. Yeah. Absolutely true. Detectives currently airing on HBO episode as we record this episode four just aired so episode five air on Sunday. And we'll continue every Sunday after that until the season's done. You can find me actor Michael Broderick on Facebook. And that's really the hub of everything and everything spills over from there. But yes, what on I believe it's February seventh and. A couple of things in work works. But nothing nothing ready to announce it. Oh, and please, please. Do thank you. I just do wanna give one more shout to to vets on TV. If you're interested.
"nep" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education
"To teach in innovation class, and my job has been to create in right along in key curriculum for this time for preschool all the way through eighth grade. They're three modules land space. And ocean. They are built around our science standards to create a vertical alignment from preschool. All the way through eighth grade. We've also worked with neuroscientist from the shoes medical campus to develop these neuro science lessons that parallel our modules at the beginning of each module students acquire background knowledge through reading text watching videos gaining a greater, understanding and empathy for their specific subject and they'll go through a series of neuroscience experiments. Listen to guest speakers using Nep Bris go on field trips. They'll go through virtual reality simulations and robotics lessons, and then they go through the design thinking process to solve real world problems. But what's been astonishing is not only what happens during innovation time? But the transfer of what they learn about their brain to the different facets of their life. Let me give you an example. Our sixth grade students are reading the book the giver and to give you a bit of background. If you've never read the book this book is about. Dystopia in society that suppresses the emotion emotions of their citizens and our middle school students in their language arts classroom. We're reading this book and having some small academic discussions and question prompts about the book, and what happened in formulated in this group blew me away. So what I the students were discussing where emotions were localized in the brain. They knew that human logic is found in their frontal lobe, and the motions are in our limbic system, which was absolutely enlightening. I love that. They remember that from their innovation time in their class. But I started hearing questions like is one part of our brain more important than another. Do we need to regulator emotions and how we best do that? What makes us fully human in gives us the ability to interact with each other. But this last one this last one gave me pots, how can we use our brains in the best way to create the most harmonious society? And remember this was a discussion between twelve year old kids. These are students we believe live in this egocentric generation. They're obsessed. Sell fees, and Snapchat and Instagram, but as you can see they're not only applying their knowledge of the brain to this piece of literature in their language arts class, put to how their own actions and behaviors affect our society..
"nep" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"Each and every day, he's got a brand new snowflake over on his popular Facebook page now, what's blowing my mind lately, though is other macro work involving infrared and ultra violet light. And most recently his frost Globes. They are ridiculously beautiful, and you gotta check him out. He tells you exactly how to do it too. So you'll be inspired. And like me you'll probably want to try it out yourself. Also, Don was so kind of having back on his excellent photo geek weekly podcast. So if for some reason, you just can't get enough of me for whatever reason you're gonna wanna head on over to his website checkout episode forty nine and enjoy a whole lot more over there. That website is dawn, calm dot CA. Oh, that's KOMO dot CA because he's Canadian. All right. So you can go to dot com dot com as well. And that works boom. And I'd like to thank you all for joining us here. Nep Assode three oh, seven of the pedal, pixel, photography podcast. We appreciate you all so much. And thank you all for subscribing rating and reviewing us NIT tunes or wherever else you listen to us that now includes Bandera, and as always we appreciate you hitting that subscribe button do it now, please. So you don't miss a single up Assode as well as telling all your friends on social media and elsewhere and helping to get the word out about this show. Okay. With that. I'm your host Sharkey James. Let's hit a long-awaited vent has finally occurred. And no, I'm not talking about the big to going full frame airless. That's old news. Now that's been a thing for a few months. I'm talking about skyline luminary three with libraries damn. Yep. That's digital asset management is what that stands for. And now. It's in luminary better late than ever I say, and it was definitely worth the wait. And as you know, I've got hundreds of thousands of photos in my light room catalog from my photo journalism days as well as my personal work, of course, and for a larger shoot light room got the love and still does mostly because of its dam and having used it for so many years, I just know it in and out, right? But and this is a big butts write your own jokes. If I had just a handful of images to deal with luminaries is what I use hands down. It's just more fun. You know, I've been a luminary user since way early on. It's hard to explain why like it so much, but it just works. You know, everything is where you expect it to be it works as you expected to work. And if I dare say it's enjoyable one might say fun, right? Let's go with fun and now with its ability to manage your library or photos. It's become more of a direct competitor to the ones turtles slow, but still not a speed demon adobe light. Room. And with that move adobe has significantly more cause for concern. Because at first then MAC fund luminaries from the same people that make roar HDR was kind of cutesy. You know, it wasn't cartoonish. It was lame. But it also wasn't fully there. And it still hasn't. We'll get to that in a second. But it has come a long long way, you may have noticed that as luminaires matured more and more pros of started using it, and we're not talking about people affiliated with the company not their embassador is it cetera. And if you weren't shooting things like sports or anything else that required a ton of frames and key wording and having your library. Keep track of all that at cetera. You could totally make in our work. No doubt about it. Not even hard to do. And while the incredibly excellent capture one tends to intimidate people. And for good reason, it's incredibly deep luminary just fell. Right. You know, you.
"nep" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Everybody has something that's holding them back. And that's why looking at this as a scaffolding instead of a bridge or ladder is better. Because if you think of scaffolding somebody could be low somebody could be high someone can be left. You can go straight out you go backwards. If you had to or wanted to accidentally did so. So I would tell people to biggest thing is start the dialogue that it's. Okay, that we all have things that hold us back, and we're all going to need different things to push them Ross. So that dialogue really is about the the willingness to be vulnerable and speak about. To to say his where where I have. Fear and his where I'd like to step in is that what you're suggesting. Yeah. You have to build a culture where it's okay to talk about the areas that you struggle in some people never ask for help. Because they think it's a sign of weakness. And yet most bosses I talked to say their employees who come and say, I don't fully understand the project. They look at it as a sign of strength because they'd rather they come to them and get the guidance than just jump into it and do it wrong. So I think in starting that conversation and letting everyone on the team know that there's a safe space to talk about it. So that everybody can figure out what their own things holding the back art and figuring out their own solutions because there is not a one-size-fits-all for this problem within a team. So it's about individual. But it's also about the company so dob seventy percent of the people that I've surveyed seventy over seventy percent are saying don't tell my boss, but I'm not doing everything I can and tell people it's not a scientific survey. So what numbers are wrong. What if it's not seventy percent would if it's fifty? Percents. Percent or everybody who works for you. Honestly believes they have more potential than their delivering wouldn't it be great to get everybody to take at least a few baby steps that would half the people can just do a little bit to move farther. That's going to propel the whole organization. So let's break it into pieces now because what we've got is. We've got we've got potential we go potential being fulfilled. Whatever that means. We'd go potential not being fulfilled. Whatever that means. We've also got potential in a separate category, which is not fulfilled because I don't give a crap. It's like, yeah. You see this potentially me. I your daughter in the coach you see this potentially me to be whatever it is. But I really don't care then your potential being fulfilled. But it may be the no one else knows the troop potential. What I mean by that is I might be fulfilling my potential over here. But there's a whole other category that I don't show because his the thing about human beings. We love to show strings. So if my poten-, and this is one of the things about purpose and passion making the distinction is the oftentimes we're doing really great in this and people go, oh, you know, you're really fulfilling your potential, but I would I would argue that if I'm really fulfilling my potential, then is an area of my life that I'm not fulfilling my essential at all. Well, I said filling that potential phenomenally in business and not fulfilling Nep attentional as husbands a y. You know, parents or whatever it might be right, right? And I focus on on business because I'm going into the companies, but the reality is this this applies to every area even to a hobby that you have we talked about my doing standup. I have I have potential to be funnier. I get laughs. And so it's the same thing. There's potential there that I've gotta learn how to get farther across that gap in order to you know, to to improve. So it translates just like it translates from the individual to the whole team this this whole thing gets us wrapped up really quick. This is a real a real area. But nobody likes to talk about where they all short. You. You said it people wanna talk about their strengths. We talk about your strengths all day long. But if we start looking at what's holding us back. That's how we find solutions. So. Where would you begin to recognize that you were living the paradox of potential?.
"nep" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Now when you when we're gonna go to break, but I want to ask you, you know, you're talking about nineteen. Seventy nine is when you you got clarity and these friends of yours helped you out until you the truth. In hindsight, where was the other big benchmark before seventy nine where he thought, oh my goodness, that was that was out. That was a way out right then. But I missed the turnoff. I didn't take the opportunity then in hindsight where they're winded, the warning signs start to come. We're going to go to break, but when did the warning signs start to come up? I'm sure before nineteen seventy nine. Well, when blood was she learned our share and that wasn't so fun. I got knocked on the I with the pistol. I got stabbed in the lung bloodshed, you know. Handcuffs. Oh handcuffs. They're applied. You have an area. You are nice. Little Christian boy said Nep in jail. Oh, my anger. There you are and you what happened and you know your mother comes. She was, you know, fateful Christian people. They come and they spend money and they'd bail me out and all the time. I remember one time I just don't don't bail me out in more. Yeah. Yeah. Sted several. Do you remember the year was of your arrest, sir? Do say, nineteen fifty. Five. Oh my God, right on the high school. Oh men. Beverly of driving hop Blang. Oh my goodness. I was caught with them. Marijuana, Roach? Yeah. And I was sentenced to six months in the county jail. March for radio in it where you smoking, and it was just. Ready to be in the car and they Jack the car up. I never saw the car again. They, you know, they. Impounded car and took me to jail. And did you serve the whole six months? No, they four months and twenty three days. Dave foil Roach a Roach. Oh, my we got Don Norman done. Norman is a native to Los Angeles, so many great stories, very wise, man. We're gonna take a break. We'll be right back after this girl. I love me. Those greats sneakers. I, there's just so fashionable and fun and on top of their from Brooklyn, not only are they from Brooklyn and the, but the thing is about them. They're really well. The really well made. So they look stylish. They have incredible animal prints. They have ones that are white. You know how Gucci does the side stripe, but these are kind of like different colored. I got those and I got the animal. The animal delivered ones are insane..
"nep" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"At pure booed warr dot com. And you're gonna be happy that you did. She's incredibly good. She's also part of the wasiyu family photographers. So you know how much we love them. Yes, we do. And I'd like to thank you all for joining us here. Nep Assode to ninety five of the pedal pixel photography podcast. We appreciate you all so much and thank you all for subscribing rating and reviewing us in I tunes or wherever else you listened to us. And as always we appreciate you hitting that subscribe, but do it now please. So you don't miss a single up as well as telling all your friends on social media and elsewhere and helping you get the word out about this show. Okay with that. I'm your host Sharkey James, let's hit. All right, buckle up because it's about to get real Nikon's new full frame. Murless system is officially been announced, and I've got some thoughts. Yeah. If you just heard rut row in your head, you guys see where this is going, but there's also some good things talk about as well, great things. Actually, we're going to cover a lot of those. You know, I waited a couple of days the let this all sink and I talked to some friends of mine who've actually had their hands on what we waited to see for so long and along talking new other friends who like me have in with these cameras yet, but been around the block long enough to know what should have been in these cameras. That's not we've got some thoughts here now like many of you. I watched Nikon's live streaming event, anticipation of something that I really hope would be on the level of what Sony hasta offer. And if we're being honest here, it's not not even close. And I hate saying that too because I had really high hopes for this. Eventually it'll get there. But right now it is not now the two bodies they. Announced are no doubt, wonderful tools for creating images because we're in twenty eight teen here. You really can't make a bad camera that said, there are notable shortcomings that need to be addressed about this new system and it's frankly bizarre that Nikon whiffed when they could really hit a solid home run pretty darn Easley hair. It's kind of weird that they didn't put on about to tell you in these cameras. Amazing. Now, if you follow any of the Nikon embassador is out there. A bunch of which are really good friends of mine or the fan boys and fan girls who all pooh-poohed list, but now are all about it. You would think that these were amazing cameras that were Sony killers and guess what they are not not at all. You know, honestly, I don't think anyone really expected Nikon's Murless offerings to beat them straight out of the gate, but you would at least hope they add something comparable. Right? And they don't not even close in my opinion, and actually in the pigeon of most of the YouTubers. Hours and other podcast hosts who do this again in fairness, these are decent cameras. They're wonderful cameras, no doubt about it, but it's important to know what you're getting here or more importantly what you're not getting. So let's get into it. Now in that live streaming event that company as expected. And as you heard me predict a long ago here on this show announced two new bodies and along with those three new lenses for the Newseum ount. Now what they announced are the z seven, the z six, twenty four to seventy millimeter f four ass the fifty millimeter at one point eight s and the lens that I told you that would be the wide angle one that they made of the three that were rumored thirty five millimeter at one point eight. Now, physically, they're all gorgeous. They're beautiful lenses and bodies. And if you're a larger and especially one of the Nikon variety, I think that these cameras are going to feel familiar enough in your hands to call it good. And so far just about everybody is. Actually had hands on them has said that as well. It's gonna be very familiar to you. They're not brothers. Those LARs so much as their cousins, but you can definitely tell they're in the same family. And as I don't think it should take more than a few days or so shooting with Nikon's numerous bodies feel completely comfortable with them. Now Nikon's news e seven is their flagship high resolution merely beast with forty five point, seven mega pixels. That's a backside eliminated. Sima sensor has.
"nep" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
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"nep" Discussed on Omnibus
"There are other accounts that Greek fire could not merely survive getting, but actually would ignite when wet when water was poured on it, which again would make it pretty cool in a warfare scenario, and there are chemicals that do ignite in water conceivable quick lime unlikely when you add water to quick lime, it creates what would that be? An endothermic reaction anyway gets hot, very, you know this, like you've got all the bodies you've buried. Before before you when you're on them, be careful not to get it with before you saw the feet and toss him in the street on a few, then your mother-in-law is gonna wonder what's going on in the backyard. So that's not the only thing. Only Thing thing you you use use. quicklime for, but because it's useful in a lot of other kinds of scenarios because it creates heat one. What so conceivably, there could be something like quick lime or calcium phosphide, which I hear people at that time could have produced by soaking bones in urine. Again is such a Jack of all trades elements. Maybe that's why we lost all these technologies. They were all your independent. And once we created better ways to sluice away our urine, we lost out on all the all this great tech, you know, we spent so much time fingering our little objects back in which What four. do you know what I mean? This is how I p, no. Our little ipads and pause, right, right. We've got all these little gizmos that attract our attention. But back in the old days, all you had was a rock of bone in a bag of p. Yeah, you have a rock and a bone in your like, what third thing could I add it? How could I what if I add these two p. there's nothing left, but I do kind of need to p what if I cover this with p. it's an ingredient you have to produce three or four times a day. It's natural that you try it in some of these recipe. It has a lot of qualities to it has interesting variations in color and smell. It's. Interested to hear what other qualities so fascinate you about your preservative. Right. It's a seasoning. It's one of the eleven herbs and spices. Every morning, the Colonel would get up and in the VAT. That's why we couldn't think of eleven. There's only ten. That's right. There's ten and inside us all along specifically in our bladders. So there may have been something like that in there something really caustic that would produce high temperatures in water. But again, that could have just been, you know, these stories get bigger and bigger every time there. Most of our stuff of Greek fire secondary sources either by and probably Byzantine making the one of the cells sound scarier. Well, and also I think that something like this that isn't extinguished by water, but would hit water and dissipate or like, you know, it would spread across the surface of water. It might appear to be igniting water when really just guide lighting, the guy lighting it or in the heat of battle. The one of the other Greek names for Greek fire was pure, Coletta cons, sticky fire, and that's the main thing about it. It was. It was jellied like like modern day maypole. And that's probably because it had NAFTA which is. Where napalm gets its name. Now Nep is like a mineral spirits, petroleum distillates, not too different from kerosene. I think easily ignite -able and they would use some kind of evergreen resin maybe to thicken it. And that would give this kind of sticky quality. You can make napalm now by just putting laundry detergent in gasoline, and the laundry detergent has enough of these sort of chemical properties that it creates kind of are we doing a jig or a you? Now, some kind of Alex Jones podcast where we instruct world people on how to build anti-government ordinance. I forget that I ever said that do not, John says in word to gasoline, and create your homemade napalm peon tied pod and go throw it at your local post office or DMV. When I was a teenager, I was really interested in this kind of stuff and shocker..
"nep" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"D. y. Elliott bay photo dot com. You'll be happy. You did. And I'd like that. Thank you all for joining us here. Nep Assode to ninety. One of the pixel photography podcast. We appreciate you all so much and thank you all for subscribing rating and reviewing us in I tunes or wherever else you listened to us. And as always we appreciate hitting that subscribe button do it now, please Lido miss a single up Assode as well as tone all your friends on social media and elsewhere and helping to get the word out about this show. Okay with that. I'm your host, Sharkey James. Let's it according to a report from Bloomberg, adobe is hard at work in an effort to bring the full version of Photoshop to the ipad. Let's let that sink in for a second, the full version of Photoshop on the ipad. It's just amazing, right. I think it's pretty darn clear where things are heading. You know, a world where we're going to do a whole lot more on mobile devices rather than a desktop computer or even a laptop and adobe apparently feels like it's time for a fully functional Photoshop too. Finally come to the ipad. Something that's gonna make a whole lot of people really happy. Listen, you might not do all of your editing on your ipad, but if you could, if you could take it out to the backyard or wherever you're going to be an continue editing, why not having it's incredibly smart for them to do this. You know, you can't be like canon and Nikon, and they're ignoring the rise. Murless. Mobile computing has exploded to the point where you've got to.
"nep" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Slash games here keep your hair gets the reader mail separators this might be a real show episode j you know what was right a good one but i definitely underestimated how quickly we're going to get through the news you know what sometimes i think i think the fans might appreciate nep assode where my verbosity there's the brevity does not stretch us out two interminable links we'll see we'll see we still got the questions track ran about something guy from canada the writes in says hello tim jared do you guys think it's possible that because black ops for doesn't have a campaign they might just stick that modern warfare to remastering its place that way we still gonna new multiplayer experience and there's still a single component attached to the game also timid an earlier episode i said it would be cool retro is making star fox and you made a scarface nice to be on board and excited by the dea why the turn a heart thanks keep on hopping blip in questions let's start with the modern warfare remastered what do you think i don't think they're going to stick it in there now i think they'll sell it as a separate product 'cause they think they can get away with it i mean i am yeah i it's a it's a colony multiplayer game most people playing for multiplayer anyway i they'll deliver they're hoping they'll deliver a really high quality addictive multiplayer product and everybody will immediately forget that they ever wanted a campaign i think that's probably the impetus behind this it's harder and harder to produce slick triple experiences that have the artistic merit that that people are craving and this is one way to make that tenable affordable and make it more of a games of service thing single player mode just feels more and more optional eternally as i guess and i don't feel like that they see a lot of evidence that they have to give you something with it especially when they can just sell them in warfare to remake on its own and make even more money your thoughts yet no i think you're absolutely right there i it's.
"nep" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"How welcome to latest episode of wade's world the deadpool art cast fill and as always joining the as the horrible out of the country inflow just want to say thank you for taking time to chat with me no you're so busy on all these other pad casts on the network other places though we say we appreciate you don't leave us are you trying to hit around at my recent cares walk again sometime make you also i gotta make friends of someone will discuss infinity worth me because you don't wanna do it charlie that's when i'm putting dude around team were too so all that marvel stuff yet you do need other friends you're welcome dc girl so actually lots of news in the dead pool world in yes guys we are actually talking deadpool this week surprise dead poet's you fifteen and the mother state of speaking of anima the lord period it couldn't come through agreement with d glove we're gonna jump right into this get the balance after we their course of set for those of you living under a rock who haven't heard didn't hear the news this week or if you're listening on the podcast like a month ago the the donald glover and fx parted ways we're not getting dead point i mean series at least this year like may is supposed to come out right round on the the movie movie as the month before like i don't understand it the year the poll i don't know they're throwing all his cryptic stuff like donald glover like put up pages from like supposedly the final episode but i guess it was just something he wrote like you know off the top of his head on who's really nep is going to be an episode but then i saw a headline today was just like oh the final straw was the taylor swift episode i'm like what's.
"nep" Discussed on The Full 48
"Yeah so i always i was just looking at you know your stats coming in everything else you're on pace for career highs right now in scoring at twenty point sogame rebounding four point eight assists for the guys point who to just missed in the coaches vote for the reserves i think you're you're so two that means point that percentage you were actually three points no down a better little bit than your two point percentages you know like your across what is that the board seven eight nine this is nine your deep best season or something like that and yeah yet because with all the injury it placements was you used a you didn't dragen have make these it's replaced conference kevin all love stars at did you and i mean andrea drumming it's replaced different for every guy but you're on john one wall of the better teams so in you're the still east obviously down there so me and better that's the so coach's hopefully that will is that i mean i it's it's interesting so i talked to i dish myth on the podcast a couple of weeks ago in as a guy who was you know the lower pick and who's on his his tenth team y you're a guy like different pass a little bit more stability of east along the way but you were a second round pick thirty ninth overall and so i if feels like guys who were nep position there is you you do carry that with you that whatever that chip is or whatever that you know as you're talking about it now about not having garnering enough of the respect to to get in the all star game if feels like that it becomes part of the the persona for you know a all along the way is that true is definitely true i mean we've we've had to a second rog is we have to work for everything i rather have those posts minimum minimum non guarantee contracts are aren't funding the plano cy every day you're working you're grinding trying trying to get that guarantees spot so i mean that's their post off hassett is deaf added in i've been in league on mistime gonna giant cheater yeah or so so i had this way where i was this is discussion that's been going on the less.
"nep" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Still to come voting in catalunia what effect will next week's regional elections on the independence movement plus the plight of coptic christians in egypt and the political decisions that could end manmade famine in the world for good natural here on weekend with me julian work now a summary of willed nep's bbc news with jerry smith south africa's governing anc is preparing to choose a new leader to succeed president jacob zuma the main candidates at the conference in johannesburg of the current deputy presidents cyril ramaphosa and the former cabinet minister and causes honored lumbini zuma president his exwife the austrian president alexander van der bellen is convening talks that could see his country become the only one in western europe to have a farright party in power on friday the leader of the conservative austrian people's party is a vast you and course reached a coalition deal with the farright politician heintz cristian stoica of the antiimmigration freedom party a letter alleging that the taxi firm that set up a secret unit to steal trade secrets from its competitors and spy on rivals and politicians has been made public by a judge in california uber denies the allegations there are who gandhi has formally taken over as the president of india's main opposition party the indian national congress his taken control from his mother sonia as the party's struggling to stay relevant a byelection in sydney could determine the slim parliamentary majority of australia's government the former tennis star john alexander is recontesting the seat vacated after disclosing he fell foul of a constitutional provision banning anyone with dual citizenship for standing for office one of the three main rating agencies has lifted portugal's debt out of junk status fayed said it's raising the country's rating by two notches in response to the efforts made to reduce the budget deficit hit conferred junk status when portugal received a huge international bailout in 2011 and romania's last monarch the former king michael will be buried with.
"nep" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"What she season it is just good morals and and that that is just nice or for anyone human decency ilya or morals absolutely liked the by like if nothing else the bible has some great life lessons at all once it has were waterson gouge area so so layer of your is a great person but she she focuses on the good lessons like you know be good to either zeal differently excellent wagner was added got their own version of god 100 percent some people are like oh god aides gay people and like my day people were like well i mean i go to church and my got doesn't right exactly gave apple that's a really got why sod is different to every single person i mean god is mind of of the of man we create i mean in my opinion we create reiterated gadzali other way around totally i yeah and it's still works even in like we created this kind of idea the spirit extract idea of this person who is situational who validates what we want to believe that's what it it's the i love that it's validation its validation for all of our like drives and goals it like that you know it's and sometimes as justification to men are ma our minds are not equipped to deal with the infinity possibility out the universe so when we talk about god it's just kind of we messing the yeah we invented fire and we were leg who is responsible for the same route as fire exist right we didn't invent fire by the way i don't mean that none of igf how we we the head of it is caught up that it have my man we looked at it but it's true will we we learned to you know utilize it racial and we were like what where does lightning come from menendez he'll malcolm nep's running around on imagine having it's how it as a fucking really somebody up there sending up do is right rat rapport nato's are hurricanes are lightning packaging diet at back then that it was from a higher puff of course as that as the logical explanation what outwardly weird this has been one of us up there exactly controlling ever i got it now.
"nep" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"Track record so i'm very excited to see where they're going with this so on top of that those are the two things that netflixing to be pushing at us right now so one of the things that i'm gonna i'm gonna read off some of the shows and movies that they're kind of putting on in january see kind of an idea about what's coming onslaughts around the world in eighty days from two thousand to the one with a jackie chan after innocence the bmovie which if you're not familiar with the bmovie it's kinda become a cult classic in his own sense when it first came out so jerry seinfeld was on board on this one when it first came out nobody gave at the time of day i remember watching and be like this is the stupidest thing i've ever seen and of recently there's been a lot of jokes about the bmovie a lotta beat means about the bmovie there was that video on youtube where they took all the bees out and it's just scenes of people talking to nothingness and and that sort of thing um i think it's kind of interesting the nep looks put it on their netflix seems to be very aware of what's going on in the minds of the internet they're very they like to put out little jokes they like to you know if there is a movie that's become popular uh based on um a bad reviews or if there is a movie that's become popular uh and joked about they like to put it on their so i think it's funny that they put the bmovie on there and i'm enjoying i'm going to enjoy uh sitting down with my friends and in laughing at its it's awful awful nece this boogie nights braveheart caddyshack classic collateral damage dream catcher eldorado and i believe it's the elder auto withdrawn wayne not the road eldorado the cartoon etd extraterrestrial halo legends hugo justin bieber never say 'never to drive nancy drew oceans twelve real detectives season one a great show superman returns superman suit superman to superman three super in four the parent trap the 19th sixty one version which i didn't actually know existed to be perfectly honest the shining the perfect exotic rat waste two thousand twelve not sure exactly what that is going to have to check it out to be amiss.