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"ning" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"ning" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word
"How you constructed income model in caffeine now here okay. What we did what we did. City restarted cafe eventually as it to public company owner he think he bought the whole and by of our group chain to to pass over to resign to but we do is fair reteaching usually people only saudia coffee and the coffee outlet a retailer correct but what we did is we go one step for tico this. We also want to make sure that we produced we roast being and then we grind the bid to supply to ourself astara to other franchise all franchisee with us as far as some licensing beaches. A mobile push that they we started with them so when we keep them license for franchisee of course by the from us and the few things that we control so much of the the franchisee our license by saddam raw material soda have consistent volume of the coffee beans at the same time for the licensee for the mobile coffee when we teach and guide the people to start a mobile coffee station when they do projects they will also one and the most important thing. They have to come back to us. Is the coffee beans. This is the way we do it. But in the retails to end-consumer we also actually on having people to purchase the bean itself. And then we delete the bid to the end consumer when they are being in our coffee now here because we have our own in house blend so when customer itchy lighter in house blend their kitschy can come to our coffee outlets to buy the coffee beans and you see for their own consumption the final dish before we exited. Actually we are itchy and bugging on having a social model that means for a family of a few. That's usually the founder will drink the more so every melissa cities they need about ten to twenty kilo of beans then we will be supplying to them and then they strike to one of our online stunt because subscription we then they will just we just every month. I think sudden Day of the month we will deliver to the house. The job is to just received the thing and consume. But when they think there's over us they're still have stopped in your home bendik as quickly go to online. Just stop hostile one week to week then. We will continue to give them again. So this is one of the way we eventually get the end-consumer and try to supply them with the and after that do one six one seven. We exited from our. There's a lot more and more people actually selling the cap seal sony south video also starting to understand that see how get the more and more supply also understand about the what subscription based model so they are subscription based model for consumer and also office consumer they. Miss office will use about three hundred dollars beans among for a big company. Yourself office pantry. This is also a camp..
7 Texas Officers Fired After Marvin Scott's Death in Jail, NE of Dallas
"Demanding answers in the death of a young man in jail on a marijuana charge after a suspected illegal chokehold taken to a hospital after police say was erratic behavior cleared for transfer to jail in McKinney, Texas, 26 year old Marvin Scott Mason Spit up cost association Lee Merritt, the Scott family attorney, similar to George Floor, There was another officer who find on top Mr Scott the place to me in order to hold him down. Scott died, seven officers were fired. Another resigned. Scott's family
Construction of mixed-use development in Allen, NE of Dallas, underway
"Include space for new offices, retail, a hotel, a fleet of restaurants and residential units, president of Jericho developer Bruce Heller says they will also use some of the space to create parks walking and by trails in the lake, he says, this will have great economic impact for the city of Alan has done. It is probably bringing another $1.5 billion of real estate values to the city of Allen's, and that not only benefits the city, but the school district, Collin County and everybody else's. Collects taxes off of it and said to be complete summer of next year again the high Today 68. It is 68 degrees. This news also
The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda
"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit
Gilford and Sanders: Solving the Unsolvable
"Knicks. That was the name san francisco cops used. For cases they considered unsolvable the kind of cases that would get hung on new investigators in nineteen seventy four two inspectors in the homicide department were famous for actually solving them rotate guilford and earl sanders wore rimmed glasses. He had attentive is a bright smile. Earl was stout all muscle in a mustache earl and rotate a work like the rest of the guys in their department and not just because they were the only black detectives throw in. My dad is people on the sanders. Son marcus really their secret sauce because people tell them to rotate told me during one if ne-new more criminals than we knew police could fall the homicide in all. Just criminals actually liked earl mutasa. They didn't bust people unless they were directly related to a homicide and that built them trust and connections all over. The city is informative everywhere. Used to have a remember. The shoeshine guy that we would go when i was a kid over here near the old Reasonable joe's you would tell you for dinner and the guy was in saying man. Let me tell you what i know. This was especially true in the black communities of san francisco. People would tell them things. They wouldn't tell the white cops that's how they built a reputation for solving the unsolvable the round necks
Bicyclist Killed In Irwindale Hit-And-Run Crash, NE Of Los Angeles
"News from a 21 year old man from Lapuente has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, manslaughter and hitting run after a bicyclist was killed in Irwindale. It happened at Foothill and Huntington Drive. Just after one this morning. The bicyclist died at the scene. Police tracked the guy down and arrested him a short time later, while driving in West
City of Everett, NE of Seattle, to house homeless in ‘Pallet’ shelters
"Will go ahead with plans to house up to 30 Unsheltered people in locally built emergency housing units known as palate shelters on the Ark Lina Vil and sterilize a bill which is really helpful in light of the current Coben crisis. Amy King, chief executive of Everett based Palate, the Herald reports. The City Council has approved the $1 million Pilot project under one condition. The city also passed a law prohibiting on housed people from loitering on public space surrounding the site.
Two People Injured In Fort Lauderdale Shooting, NE Of Miami
"To get into the middle of what's believed to be a family fight. A teen is critically hurt in an older man is recovering from a gunshot wound. After cops rushing to call about a shooting at a Fort Larnell home hear shots themselves. Officers immediately encountered a female suspect with a firearm. They gave her orders to drop that firearm at which time she complied. The woman was taken into custody and the herd were taken to the hospital. Fort Lauderdale assistant police chief Frank Souza says there were other Children the home at the time, but none was hurt. This is believed to be a domestic incident. Air correctly Guess news
55 and counting: Harvey Rothenberg of Boca Raton, NE of Miami, has attended every Super Bowl
"Heads to his 55th Super Bowl, Harvey Rothenberg says he's gone to every single one of them going back to 1967 when the Super Bowl didn't even have its name. Yet what was called The N F L F L World championship game, and they played it in Los Angeles the first game, and if you're wondering, he also told CBS 12. Those tickets cost just $10. That year. The Boca Raton man used to take four of his best friends. Harvey will attend the game in Tampa with one member of that original group, along with three off their grandkids. Same time
Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Foundation Food Group Plant Kills 6 In Gainesville, NE of Atlanta
"Plant in game Still now the Chemical Safety board will be giving a news briefing this afternoon. Six workers were killed. But we're still hospitalized person who could potentially be frozen from liquid nitrogen, killing emergency calls made in the moments after the leak at the foundation food plant. There are reports that employees and notified management on Wednesday about a liquid nitrogen leak at the foundation Foods plant, but plant leadership declined to shut the plant down to fix the issue. West Georgia police chief An
6 Killed After Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Georgia Poultry Plant, NE Of Atlanta
"Poultry plant in Georgia experienced a liquid nitrogen leak, killing six people Thursday morning. The incident happened at foundation food groups of prepared food facility in Gainesville. That's a city about 50 miles to the northeast of Atlanta. It's known for its thriving poultry industry. This particular plant processes chicken products for restaurants and other food services. OSHA and the Georgia Fire Marshal's office are on scene to determine what caused the fatal accident. The victims include maintenance workers, super Advisors and managers. 130 other employees were evacuated to a safe location. Several first responders were treated for exposure. Liquid nitrogen is nonflammable, but it's vapor is extremely cold and can cause frostbite. I damage and in high concentrations asphyxiation. About a dozen people were taken to the hospital after the
At least 6 dead, 3 in critical condition after liquid nitrogen leak at Georgia plant, NE of Atlanta
"Chemical leak of a food processing plant in Georgia and people have been killed. Fox is heaven. Brown reports. At least six people are dead after a leak of liquid nitrogen was discovered at the prime packed food processing plants in Gainesville, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta. It was the leak of unknown calls that has occurred in the system here. The calls will remain under investigation Zak bracket with the fire department in Hall County, Georgia, as there were no explosions or fires. Other employees are hospitalized in many others evacuated. They also are keeping vehicle traffic away from the scene.
Migration chief calls for all displaced to be included in national COVID-19 vaccination plans
"Head of the un migration agency iom is strongly advocating for governments everywhere to respect the fundamental right of healthcare when it comes to ensuring vulnerable migrants in the displaced get equal access to covid nineteen vaccines in an interview for us news antonio vitorino once migrants to be included in all plants regardless of their legal status adding that im stands ready to provide practical support to countries who need help battling the pandemic iom's. Greta began by asking the right. To general to outline the overall impact of the pandemic on migrants and the displaced coming matinees had an enormous impact on people on the move first for most that house impact because usually migrants leaving very crowded lively places households and of course they are prone to be infected. And secondly we've lockdown with travel restrictions. There are almost three million migrants blocked stranded all over the world so there are also impact and also social economic impact very serious ones that Underline the vulnerabilities tyrants everywhere in the world. It seems that there's not really going to be back scenes for everyone immediately. And i was wondering if you could tell us i o n recommendations regarding the prioritization and the inclusion of migrants in the various vaccine plans that national governments are putting in place. We've telling me advocate to have and refugees internally displaced people fully include in the vaccination plans you respected their legal status because as the secretary general of the united nations are very clearly. No omni safe a delivery body safe so the reasoning for the interest of the host communities. He's also to guarantee that the migrants irrespective of their legal status have access to national vaccination plans. And what does that mean exactly. Are you asking for a special treatment. No not special treatment to follow the criteria they used for nationals being applied to non nationals. Which means recognizing those wanting more vulnerable positions where co mobility's who have because of their age take risks extra risks of being community so it's an equal treatment but in these equal treatment. Everybody's were getting greedy then. Do you feel like governments around. The world are receiving got message. They're understanding the importance of facing their privatization on public. Health principles rather than immigration status principles. I think that other quite a number of countries worldwide presence texas State of texas in the united states or portugal are even countries in latin america like ecuador. Why are accepting the presence and the excess of migrants to not just the testing mechanism. Put also through the vaccination mechanisms. But i still think that there are a number of countries that have not realized that it is the interest of the entire community to have migrants fully integrated in the vaccination plans. So that is worth to back. Many migrants are finding themselves a nine irregular situations and may fear. That could be arrested or deported. If they show up to get vaccinated. What can the government do in order to preempt to that. I think that there is a green simple which is the respect for the fundamental riley for healthcare. And that's why the show. And i supports the claim for universal health coverage and we know that a difficulty there because sometimes migrants especially the ones we ne- regular situation reluctant to have recourse to the national health system. Because they are afraid of being detained or deported. The key issue is to get into the trust and mutual confidence with those migrants and to guarantee them that there will be no law enforcement implications for having access to healthcare and especially to the vaccination process. And those who feel that maybe The vaccine has not been properly shot. There's a lotta vaccine hesitancy going around not just on the curve the vaccine on other vaccines as well. What is your message to migrants displaced persons around the world regarding covid nineteen vaccine. I think that the vaccines always f- some risks. But at the couldn't situation. After current moment i think there is sufficient evidence from the scientific and technical point of view that the vaccines that will be available are safe and they guaranteed the protection of the person's against the virus. So my message is very clear. I think that it is absolutely necessary that each one takes get off feels out house. Eckenroth congress possibly using the mosque washing the ants but at the same time every score recourse to the vaccines that is a tool medical put at their disposal to protect them against these very aggressive. Fire that we are confronted
Salem, NE Of Boston, Offers Free COVID-19 Testing To Students, School Staff
"Public schools now offering Free Cove in 19 testing for all their students and staff say they're doing this ahead of what's expected to be a new Covitz surge after the holiday break. So again, all students and staff are expected to get a test before they can come back to the classroom. Say they're putting up testing sites all over the city to help the students and staff do this is free program running through this Wednesday, January 6
Break-In Suspect Arrested After Barricading Himself Inside His Newburyport Home NE Of Boston
"About a man arrested in Newburyport today after he barricaded himself inside his home during a police investigation. Police responded to a call about a break in around 8:15 A.m.. At one stop gas station. The suspect ran away and went into his house on Atkinson Street. The man refused the officer's request to enter his home. Police did take him in to custody and sent him to a local hospital for evaluation. He's expected to put face Charges later
A Chat With Laura Lexx
"So have you been since we lost jotted. 's what's happened and changed in terms of work. There's see the big. Yeah i mean pretty much everything. This year has not stopped changing my plans on. May i was so. Are we supposed to be on tour. This year i was supposed to get new zealand for a month to do the best whispers glastonbury and none of that's happened but instead of written a book i've i've learned to do stand up to my webcam and it's amazing adam. I've done stand up in a drive through. Yeah she has been about constantly pivoting really just kind of learning to to to try and keep up with the ever changing rules on what we can and can't do and just finding any old way to get money coming in to pay the mortgage found the Having to give it like that because it sounds like you had a really sweet years lined up Let's talk about you. Found some really great alternatives e. I'm really proud of myself. I think i think what i know about myself is quite good in a crisis and then i fall apart afterwards so weirdly. I'm really dreading next year. I want the world to go back to normal. Obviously i'm really looking forward to everybody being sort of severe again and being able to get out in the world but i think i'm really good when i needed to to to to cope and then at the point where i've got reflection time i sort of tend to go. Oh we went through something. Really big didn't way and i just have a wobble then so this year i can look back on this year and yet there's things didn't happen but hopefully that just pushed into the future a little bit and i will do them and i'm i'm really impressed with myself for keeping money coming in like teaching up resume just Ning twenty quit here and that doing our lesson people. And i'm really proud of myself in the deal but i'm i'll be interested to see if i stay as sort of steady next year. Well i mean it's interesting. You've already sort of reflected on how things might be next year because i suppose they will be listening. Beats the same you know. I suppose of people have been feeling like we sort of really fighting through this year and almost living on adrenaline. And then i suppose hopefully things will get better and than we also have left that. What do we do now have told about Putting things in place we'll have. You thought all about resolutions for next year. Is that sort of way to in the future. What i i just don't know when it's gonna be 'cause i saw vietnam saying next year. I'm not thinking it'll be january. The first and we will wake up and ready. This is so. I don't know because it's hard to know until you know how far away it'll be and also i think potentially one of the things that will really help is that it will come. Gradually we will ease back into life. Gradually rather than the way. We were sort of forced into lockdown which was overnight everything just went potentially as the vaccine starts to get rolled out. You just find that hopefully by july. I'll wake up and go. Oh i'm back to how i was this time. Two years ago without noticing it. That would be ideal. But if not. I think when we went into lockdown this year as quite quick to find my gpa and go i think i should go back on my antidepressants because this year has pulled the rug out from under may and i just want to be a backup so i think i'm in a good enough place if next year flow. May i can call for help. Which is nice to know. that's really good. I mean that's You did that definitely Sometimes it can be hard contact with mental health stuff. His sometimes things could have so. Get so bob you almost forget to reach out for help Get so depressed. That actually reaching out is quite difficult. Completely is the worst. Isn't it is your brain just going. Donate yourself halfway. But i think think. I now appreciate so much. How good the help can bay. And i'm so scared of going back to the worst place. I've been in with my mental health. I think i hope anyway. Touch wood that. I feel okay about asking for help now because i can't go back to was that it was so i will do anything to just keep away from the edge really pleased that you had to get experience with that. It sounds like you have a good is it. Do you have like a gpo what you have like from the community mental health team that you also non contact with basically you sort of like a program now of how to do things not so much. No i've got. I just sort of contact my gpa. And to be honest he was amazing. He was so good. I i live in middle of cities. I don't see like a regular. Gp every time that knows me and family. It's just you know whoever gets my appointment but he was so good. And i just decided. I know why didn't respond well to change. I have noticed my power neue was the thing that was creeping up in that. First week of lockdown. Like i i'd send somebody a what's that message and if its own red for more than two hours. By the time. I went to bed i was going through. Every interaction have had with every human being on the planet trying to act out. Why this past and hasty being done to them. And then i you know you. It takes a couple of days before you click. Hang on a minute. This might not be rational thinking. So i though right before this turns really really bad. Let's call and just get a little bit of bobbing along help. Just to sort of give us the best chance of being able to carry pena.
Home offers care for families whose children are receiving treatment in Palm Beach County, NE of Miami
"To the show Our friends from Quantum House and Maria pull. Maria was here with us to talk to us about quantum house Welcome. To South Florida Sunday. Thank you so much for having me. I so appreciate it now to the folks who probably didn't hear our last conversations about quantum house. Tell us a little bit about quantum house how it all got started and tell us about the mission of Quantum House. Absolutely so. Quantum house is your local hospital Hospitality house. What That means is we take care of families with Children who are in town receiving medical care for a serious condition. On and those families really could come from all over. They can come from down the street across the country or around the globe, and what we do is we provide them lodging and meals, laundry facilities and things like that, so that these families have one less thing. To think about and one less burden while they have you know much bigger things to worry about, like their Children and their health Now, are there so just a handful of hospitals in the county that participate Do you take care of families who are here for visits to any hospitals in the county? What's your boundaries way are worthy on Lee House of our kind between Orlando in Miami, So we work with all of the area hospitals anyone that really needs the place. As long as you know, there's a referral and as long as we have a room, we're more than happy to take them. And is
Boca Raton firefighters, NE of Miami, reminding residents to remove hurricane shutters
"Hurricane season's been over for almost two weeks, But some people haven't taken down their shutters and that has fire officials worried. Boca Raton Fire Rescue Chief Tom would urging residents to remove hurricane shutters in plywood from the windows of their homes, calling them a safety hazard. In the event of a fire or other emergency, they can prevent residents from escaping and block necessary pathways for firefighters to get in and assist. Would cites a recent rescue mission that was hampered because shutters prevented first responders from rescuing a person trapped inside their home.
Outdoor gatherings now limited to 25 people in New Jersey NE of Philadelphia
"Limiting gatherings to 25 people to slow the spread of the virus rate of non cooperation with our contact tracers is now up to a whopping 74% of cases. Quite frankly, this is unacceptable and we need folks to turn that around. That's the state's governor, Phil Murphy.
"ning" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Saying from from starter perspective. Is that one of the values that you do. Create is the relationships. You have your customers. I certainly has one but it's not feeling well and if the question was do the vc's get that ip. No they do not because they're not in the business of of holding ip For any period of time the what let's end with is one of the questions that came up in the sub. Reddit which was where does the phrase something something before leading into. Some topic means so which. Chris i think you said it's such a classic. Brian ism where i'll say something something modern startup life or whatever and i tried to go around on that before if someone if someone in here knows what the answer is. I don't. I think that it's just a version of yada yada that i've been hearing a lot lately where it's like. Abc abcd yada. Yada f- like or the thing that i saw was and this is probably would have stuck in my head. There's the the The simpsons halloween horror episode. Where they do the The shining parody. There's that classic line where homer says no tv and no beer makes home or something. Something i don't think that that's what did it because it's in the reverse order for that to make sense in the sentence but yeah. I don't know where that came from. And i saw an urban dictionary thing on that that was more about like. Oh something something. Is you know that sex or drugs or something. But i think it's just yada yada of like the abc's it's the brian equivalent of three periods. Right something something. Something is really trying to jog your memory and you're like a or whatever whatever right right it's just like all the more i guess what i'm functionally doing is all of the things that i could run down. That would be like. I'm reminding you that. I made this point reminding you. We talked about this but yeah something something. It's the time for Something something does anyone remember what happened to the whole tiktok thing right. Yeah i break down the whole. Oh my god. We talked about this a million times but here it is again in a different thing anyway. Thank y'all for For showing up for this great conversation. I'll put this out tomorrow at the usual time and appreciate it and and when we do this again all y'all come back and and give us your two cents again..
"ning" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"So i wouldn't be surprised if if this is revisited because those same people are going to be inside a biden administration and if they can just you know get get whispered in the ears of people that can say something more coherently and do another argue more coherently. I wouldn't be surprised at all if this is revisited. I don't know that they could do something so far as force a sale but something something could come back on us. So what are the things that i put this group. In general sort of what is the world we imagine we'd be living in in for five years if any of the remedies that no one has defined yet. But let's say the actually occurred have happened so we're five years in the future and tiktok has shut down okay. So what does that media landscape. Look like what is actually been solved. How actually solve the problem of deepfakes or media manipulation is the population anymore. Inoculated against disinformation and You know information that's coming from parlor or whatever other platforms being out there like ultimately it seems like we're trying to solve problems that are of the industrial era but they make no sense in the internet era and so i've been trying to sort of think more about us. Being in the middle of an information war that probably started ten years ago but was the skunkworks or something like that and we are seeing the consequences of in. We're seeing the language weaponized in such a way that we're kind of not actually really realizing what we're talking about so when it comes to like the idea of like breaking google we could. I mean there's a theory that maybe that would oxygenated the the markets so to speak to provide more players the ability to compete and so on and so forth. But i don't know that we've thought about what the marketplace should actually look like in a world where in order for many of these things to work one again users to be authenticated you have to know what the user is. if you're gonna ban them from one platform do they go to any other. Platform is the ability to create infinite numbers of accounts or body accounts or fake accounts. Or whatever should that be enshrined in the constitution. Is that part of the exercise of privacy. It you know what is free speech in these environments when one you can weaponize it in two i could basically free speech multiply by a million baht accounts and then have them all and simulate something that doesn't like this never happened before this never existed before and so we're taking civil war era type approaches to solving problems that i just don't think that's the only you don't think when they shut down silk road. It solved the whole problem of buying. Oh my my desire. For illicit drugs after silkroad. Shutdown was totally. That's that's the old killed my demand for shirt all old whack. A mole situation like in terms of piracy and crime. And stuff. Like that. One thing that i would say though is that yes. I agree with you chris. That like i just breaking things up without having an idea of what that would do to the marketplace and how the marketplace would reform and what sort of weighed wanted to reform it into is short-sighted except for the fact that on a base level the argument could be made that you have an an ossified market place with four or five oligarchs at the top and any sort of stirring up the pot is healthy to a pot that has stagnated now. We don't know that we don't know that it's good. A countervailing argument is sort of the historical one of breaking up. At and t. And that goes both ways because we know that you broke up. At and t. You had all of these Baby bells there was like a dozen of them at one point and they all essentially reformed into a t and t with verizon being the the loan baby bell that grew into its own behemoth. But what did happen during that whole Twenty five year period. You had a brief flowering that allowed. The the cellular and mobile markets to develop as opposed to the classic. Example is is that we didn't have. We could have had answering machines twenty five years before we did but because we only had one company that refused to give us the technology we never got it and so there is an argument to be made that. I'm not saying that. The cellular and mobile revolution would have happened. Had you not broken up. At and t. but because serendipitous lee. You did right at the time that this market was coming. The technology was coming and allowed innovation to flower for a period of time. Great but then at the same time. The argument against this sort of stuff is is governments and politics on timeline that big. You're going to have republican and democrat in there so there's no coherent strategy over the course of time it would require for you to create the sort of market changes that you would want to actually happen because it's so schizophrenic. From one administration to the other but all right so but wait a minute. Just like yeah. Has it occurs to me that the post office like exists in its existed for a long time and regardless performance it has lasted blue and red in whoever else ideological differences because it's a basic fundamental service and in a similar way. It feels like i don't know the social media is quite the same but there is a sort of notion of a common carrier where the the point about interrupt does become more interesting so when i was working on decentralizing social networks back in two.
"ning" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"It's almost like it's too late that it doesn't matter when you get your data out you can't get anywhere but even then it's like our relationships are so deeply wound into some of these companies for a number of people. That moving doesn't really make sense. So i feel like that lock in has happened so for google. The phone is like a necessary piece to have. It's sort of like a steering wheel in a car but it's not the car So they'll they'll they'll never completely do away with it right exactly at and then that that's sort of also the argument for what people been saying. There's an entire generation of kids that have been trained on chromebooks and so in the same way that our generation was trained on apple two e.'s. And that didn't work out for apple first time. Maybe it'll work out for google or whoever this time brett. So i feel like i use android for a little while and the biggest downside and it seems that it continues. Today is the lack of software updates. And i think that's a huge factor in what allowed me to use my iphone seven for four years. Is i've been getting consistent software updates and so like in some senses it. It might be better. Like peter was saying like having the latest hardware does give you advantages and so if you want the latest software you are kind of forced to get the latest hardware So it's kind of a weird weird way of thinking about it could be an advantage for the android ecosystem. But i'm just wondering what you guys might think the the factors are there at. Why why does this continue to be a problem for android so many years later that they can't keep their phones getting software updates well but then that was also what the whole pixel was supposed to nudge people in the direction of doing and it. Just it hasn't worked. It also was a way for google to try to get a relationship the carriers and the you know back to christmas. The carriers don't seem to want the pixels they're not pushing the pixels. If so i don't know now. I'm arguing myself back to let let me. It seems like google has enough money though. If they really wanted that relationship to happen they could make it happen. You would incentivize the carriers to do that. You would think that although in the current environment i don't know how heavy-handed they could be with that. Mike i on muted you because you had a question in the chat from a while ago so if you have any thing you'd like to add to this conversation jump in. Oh sure. We'll chris mention like that. I thought that was point. Was interesting about like using apps and not going through the app store and i was just like in curious about how that fits in the context of this discussion like i. Maybe light are is a better way of identifying who. You are but like in principle. You could do that. Interaction with the tech. That exists now. So what is it about the new phone. That makes that more appealing chris. Because i'm not sure what we truly are a little bit. We're maybe read phrase some things that i was saying. You know what is interesting in this. This question about well sorry. I'm going to jump around a little bit. But there is an interesting period of time that apple bakes into the products that you buy so it's interesting like unlike tesla like when you buy a phone from apple you actually own it just with that and it gives you a certain number of years of a performance in use and then even couple recently. Obviously we find that. After couple of years the battery starts to die off or whatever it is problematic and then apple basically just end of life. There are operating updates for previous products. Right like i have an ipad mini and basically it's stuck at twelve. It's basically a piece of junk now and it doesn't do a bunch of the authentication things that i would expect it to do. And so those conveniences that are brought about by some of the security a chips you know whether or not that are part of the newer devices that encourage you to sort of dislike. Decide that the inconvenience of the thumb press or whatever the touch. Id is worth the operators. It just sort of like rates on you. I think what i was saying about like lighter an authentication and continuous authentication and stuff like that in new devices is that there is actually a lot of machine learning. That goes into deciding whether a person is likely to be who they say they are and when they're likely to be a real person and that the capabilities of modern processors are such that they need to be very performance very efficient with power constantly calculating the likelihood that you are who you say you are and i can say this because having worked at at uber one of their biggest cost centers. At least when i was there back in twenty sixteen was fraud from the thousands and thousands of devices that would buy in china and attached to dogs to sort of walk around neighborhoods too busy get fairs and if we are able to move to a world where authentication just sort of happens and you get access to everything in the app store sort of for your one low price for your apple scripts on annualized basis that becomes very interesting and very compelling That specific things probably not going.
"ning" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Rent let's Let's consider ourselves going. And i'll keep letting people in as we go here but brett also was someone that was kind enough to pop a question on the sub reddit. And it's something that i actually wanted an excuse to talk about Which is the iphone lineup. So go ahead and hit me with your question. And let's start talking about iphones. So it's kinda three pretty random trends But one of them is iphone thickness and this is more of an observation on necessarily expected to have any answers but we hit the point where it was down to six point nine millimeters with the iphone six and that was bend gays rates and And most of those gates are the kind of thing where you expect it to just kind of go away. It's not really that big of a deal. People are stress testing yet. They find these limitations that make a big deal out of it and then and then it goes away but you saw apple over the next Four generations of iphone increased the thickness all the way up to a point. Three with the ten and the eleven and what was the thinness that they ever achieved or which version was the thinnest. The six was six point nine millimeters and then the increase to a little bit every generation up to the ten are and then the eleven. Were both at eight point. Three and now with the twelve back down to seven point. Four and i understand. There's the design changed from the rounded sides to straight sides and so it feels larger than it does because of the flat sides but at some point apple was admitting like oh yeah we did make these things too thin and it was a bit of a problem. I don't widespread enough. I don't know that that's it because we know that the reason is is when they changed the screens like they need. They need more battery and we know because they've told us multiple times that you know. The five g modem is a huge power suck. I mean that's why we're anticipating that the you're going to get less of a battery life from these phones anyway but it's so funny that you said that because i 'cause you know you do the trade end right so i had a good seventy two hours with both phones that you can put in your hand this. I have the twelve. Max and i know that it's slightly bigger but it was noticeably heavier and like that's that's my tipping or my launching off point to talk about this is like this is starting to approach like more than i want in terms of size in my pocket and like this is starting to feel like a serious brick him. I don't know if that's going to your question. I don't know that. I wanna thinner phone. No like i do like the design better. It feels better in the hand. It doesn't feel like a soap bar that you just slip right out or anything. But i don't know what what are your. What are your impression. I i'm assuming you have a new one. The while i just ordered the max last night so this morning i guess very early but Yeah and i'm like. I don't the thing i'm thinking about is like ca. Fix a tear. Downs are not revealing some sort of internal structure. That's gonna keep.
"ning" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Bandages. Some of their skin is seared. And in one case, a cat nicknamed Depot because he was found by the Home Depot is hooked upto Surgeon because its lungs suffered damage from the smoke and tropical storm Sally is strengthening, prompting hurricane and storm surge warnings for parts of the northern Gulf Coast. Tropical Storm Sally eventually going to become a hurricane now spinning just off to the west of Florida, about the level of Tampa some of that rain still battering the Florida coast. But this is going to lift its way up towards Louisiana, The Florida Panhandle Mississippi, This is going to intensify its over warm water, so it's currently a tropical storm. 60 MPH winds. Fox meteorologist Adam Clots America is this Ning Toe Box news. Cold front passing through today, part that mostly cloudy skies Widely scattered showers. Even thunderstorms possible mid eighties clearing overnight 62 Sonny Cooler upper seventies for Tuesday. Meteorologist Ken Boon from the weather Channel. On what 061 FM talk. Next news in 30 minutes. Follow us on social media Go to one of 61 FM talk dot com To connect is not known for his modesty. I'm a positive thinker. I can't help it. But what he is known for is I'm just a purveyor of Rush Limbaugh was right on the money tomorrow at noon on one on one of them Talk and I heart radio station. Hey, it's Chris Mitchell. And you've been seriously thinking about the way you put on during quarantine. You look around. Everyone did. But you want to take it off, right? Let me tell you. What did the trick for me with no side effects sleepaway fat dot coms, collagen protein..
"ning" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ning. It's eight o'clock. I'm Jamie West, the former director of Arizona's Health Department is weighing in on the possibility Jim's movie theaters and other closed businesses could get Tau open this week. I actually think the defence marks that they created are pretty reasonable one. I think they were aggressive enough to be meaningful. Then after we check in with detour. Dan is an agent of beasts for liver, which you deal with a Max, Mass exodus along the Gulf Coast is a half million people are told. Oh, flee before Laura hits Now forecast to be a catastrophic category four hurricane Well, said the latest from the Republican National Convention, But first Corona virus in Arizona America County expected to hit a moderate level of spread tomorrow, meaning businesses can reopen at a reduced capacity and without a waiver as benchmarks are mad, and businesses start to reopen. The spotlight is on enforcement of safety measures. Characterise director of Arizona's Health Department is previously warned about what will happen if businesses don't follow the rules. If there is a complaint or somebody notices that they're not. They're not mandating physical distancing. They're not requiring the masks in the facility they could call local law enforcement or the local health department. Dr Chris says businesses will be given the opportunity to comply, but if they don't they could be shut down. Doctor Krista is going to be joining the MIC Broom head show in about a half hour here, our state's former health director says Arizona must come down on those businesses that don't follow the rules. There's Jim crosses live in Phoenix with Mohr Negative director with ears and a Public health association says they're Arizonans are looking for specific enforcement details that make a meaningful statement. They should be able to tell you exactly what it entails. How to file a complaint. But the phone number is what website to go to complain. Who's going to follow up with that complaint and what authority they'll have to make changes? Humble says. If we open up the bars and nightclubs without a compliance system in place, we could see a repeat of June. Win cases of grown of our skyrocketed era's done after the state we open in mid May live in Phoenix jump cross our news. You'll find these stories and others related to the pandemic at dot com slash corona virus. Right now, though, Let's get you to work Get you? Ah, school wherever you're going right now, Detour. Dan is live in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center about too many problems out there. I hope pretty mild starting to the eight o'clock hour. We've got a stalled vehicle in the downtown West Finite 10 of Seventh Avenue exit around but in the exit ramp, and it is blocking those but blocking the farthest right lane, so simple state left and you're going to get around just fine. However, there are a couple of crashes out there 43rd Avenue at I can Seventh Street, north of Hatcher, and we've got a closure east of the Valley. The US 60 is closed again. East and westbound east of Globe. This is due to a pretty big brushfire Gonna want to try the state road 87 North up to the 2 60. You can take to 60 east. That'll bring you back to the 60. But that is a very long detour, sir. Pack a lunch there. Also, you're going to get a new crash here. No North bound 101..
"ning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Ning, Margo Moreno with our top stories and traffic and weather together, not all tests of the same when it comes to testing for the Corona virus. Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says consumers need to do their homework. There's two categories, right there's the swab, which is do I have active? These? That's not an antibody test. Okay, so if you don't have symptoms by large Anyway. Having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely. That's different than antibodies. So any bodies are like you get the flu shot. You build up a defence develop antibodies that shows you've been exposed and our bodies will fight things off, and you never know exactly how effective anybody's. They're going to be, because every human beings different Now there's a ton of different antibody testing. You're gonna have to do a little more homework. Basically, you should ask your lab what antibodies test for because there's more than one and you should ask them what they use. For more information, Visit Cove in test Virginia dot com. Or call any lab tests now at 7034446633 To yesterday tied a record for the date last set in 2000. Today's high temperature near 100 record 23 an outside shot again Clouds this afternoon tonight some cloud 76 Tomorrow. Sonny Clouds 99 weekend hot, dry highs in the mid nineties. Next chance of rain. Not until early next week. I'm meteorologist race digit from the Weather Channel, San Antonio's official weather station. Who's ready for 1200 W away. I Our top story Governor Greg Abbott says another shutdown won't be needed if Texans would consistently where facemasks. What I want.
"ning" Discussed on WTVN
"Ning Schools reopen vice president Pence went to Louisiana where Democratic Governor John Bell Edwards tentatively plans to open on time. This is what the situation demands and we're going to reopen our schools. Lord willing on time. Andi, We're going to do that in just about a month From now, A number of schools say public health guidelines won't allow on time. Pence believes the guidelines of flexible to be very clear. Wei don't want CDC guidance to be a recent way. My people don't reopen their schools. We're going to respect whatever decisions are made on campuses. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to begin unveiling a pandemic relief package as soon as next week. He suggests it'll include new funding for school re openings and some unemployment benefits. The president used what was supposed to be a news conference to attack Joe Biden, China and Democrats. The president spent most of a scheduled news conference not taking questions but attacking rival candidate Joe Biden and revisiting the Ukraine Hunter Biden issue that led to his impeachment. But Hunter Where's Hunter? Where is Hunter? By the way? Hunter Biden the president. Repeating campaign rally themes at the White House Rose Garden after canceling what may have been a similar speech in New Hampshire. And if told ABC News Washington Primary Election Day in Alabama, where former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Republican Senate primary Somerville to take on Democrat Doug Jones in November in Maine. Sara Gideon won the Democratic Senate primary tonight. We're one step closer. To making that change. And I'm proud to be the Democratic nominee for U. S. Senate. Sara Gideon will take on four term Republican Senator Susan Collins in the fall..
"ning" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Ning to one what was a good to investors so as we head towards the new year what is emerging what has been emerging is the gold and silver in the oils and commodities what's been submerging is hard dollar against other currencies what has been rallying is yield on the long ends what is extended to the upside our financials and technology of all stripes are and will be watching we think the biggest risk right now is in technology financial because just because they're so expensive and are prone to being pulled back but I've seen nothing in the way of worrisome selling just yet even though we've had a couple little leaky days transports continue to willfully on the perform the Dow dusted we've been telling you for ever we do not believe in the Dow theory which means the transports have to go along with the down the Russell two thousand finally and by the way the transports of never moved above the intermediate term range let alone the old highs the Russell two thousand finally broke above the intermediate term range but never got to the old highs so that still in the performing in a big way but a little bit better watch the oils because they're very on their own and under loved but we still really don't see a lot of leadership in there except like some of the refiners the the ship the shipping and all that crap but definitely much better tone in a bunch of things coming up the right site we are amazed by apple that it can be up a hundred percent from last year as earnings and sales are down and we almost feel like apple may be kind of like a money market just just.
"ning" Discussed on WTVN
"On board talking about yard Ning on this Memorial Day weekend. What do you say we kick it off, as we always do with the buggy, Joe Boggs report? Now this Mr. Joe Boggs assistant professor commercial, horticulture educator, for the Ohio State University extension anos, you department of entomology his the poster boy for the issue extension and third cousin to gilmer pond. Man, it just keeps getting better. It does. I tell you Gilmore pond. You know there are folks, you know, some of my folks, some of my relatives that are going to be down West Virginia going to be hearing this, and saying, I don't remember a pond in the family member gilmer. I remember him. Oh boy. Yeah. Surely after his arrest. I just want to forewarn you after I heard the news that the, the, the national news this morning listening here in the studios because I know you like to go around and pick off a slug airy now, and then two on it while you're taking pictures don't even say it. Did you did you see that disease that you can get in Hawaii? If you do that. Well, you know, I'll tell you. No. I didn't see it long worm disease. Yeah. Yeah. It's tell me you've heard of that before. Well, I, I'll tell you, you, you never wanna have you never wanna have a parasitology class, if you ever have a pairs of algae class, there are a lot of things you won't eat. I mean, I don't mean to denigrate people different diets and so forth. But Rawl stuff is sort of drops off a drops off the plate because you do learn, you know, for example, that flags, of course, are related to snails and, and they're actually a number of human pairs. Avoid are parasites, rather that, that have to have alternate hosts. And so, wait a minute. I just bring this up and you are you making this up or what is it the not making it up? I'm not making it up. I mean, it's it is, as I said, there are certain, there's certain college courses that will change your life and. Garissa Tallahassee is one of them. You know, our, our good friend Dave shetler. Dr Dave show retired from ocean entomology, but didn't really retired. Thank goodness. He's still as he ever was very, very active. But. Interesting because they even I had this conversation a while back and he had the same experience. Exactly the same. You know, he was okay with a lot of things till he took a class in parasitology. So, for example, you know if now I have eaten and they are very good. You know, crayfish and anytime somebody goes into the south, then you got to New Orleans this slugs the crayfish I am turning it from slug fish, crayfish eh tooth Fe. I mean is, is oh, it's. It does. But you do want to make sure they're they are cooked properly. And of course that applies to other meats. I mean we have to I'm not I don't want people to. Well, I love that stuff until Joe Bloggs talked about it, but, but it's the same course you know, for beef and chicken so on, you can pick up things if if not cooked properly, but they're, you know, they're again, it goes back to, you know, things that make a living that on other things that if you consume, you know, can be a problem and, you know, we do have we actually have the very same crayfish? They're called red swamp crayfish that you find in, in the southern states right here in Ohio. We do have them actually in the in the nineteen sixties. These red swamp, crayfish were discovered up in up in the Toledo area, so the, the western Erie, Lake Erie basin, and they're now considered to be what we call a naturalized. We'll use that word that means. Well, it's a non native, but now, so common, it's like part of the whole fabric of, of the college, however, in two thousand seventeen we also found them in southwest Ohio, and we suspect, they're probably more widespread, you know than, than, than than what we imagined before. And of course, we're talking about crayfish that, that make these giant mud chimneys that rise up out of the turf grass and, and can present a real problem with with lawn mowing. I always thought that was kind of fun to hit those. Yeah. And then. Well, it's kind of fun if they're dry. Yeah. Yeah. The dust goes everywhere. I should've said, it's kind of fun thir- wet if they're dry. I mean it's like hitting a brick. It is it is. And, and so, you know, there couple when people see these and the reason I brought up the non native because we have, like we have twenty two species in in Ohio of chronic. What's that of crawdads? Yeah. Yeah, I two we do. I didn't know that. But if we go down into Kentucky, they're sixty species, and we go to Tennessee and Alabama there's over a hundred species really it's there. There are very common very common crustacean out there. But, you know, one thing we need to kind of clarify. And of course, you could read all about this on this website. What is that website? I I've lost, I don't forget that all the time. It's Ron Wilson online dot com. So you can go to Ron Wilson online dot com. You could also Google. B Y, G L for the big old BYU either way, you can see a posting that I did that has all these pictures and describes everything. So according to high department natural resources, twenty two species, and that includes this native, but this, that also includes crayfish that pretty much remain in strange, and so we don't see them out. You know, on the ground, you know out crawling around away from streams. And you know, in the past, we used to say, well, those really aquatic crayfish, and the ones we make the mud chimneys. We'd say terrestrial, but they're actually all aquatic and it just depends on their lifestyle. Some only staying streams. You know, they don't others. Get on the stream Bank and the streams. And then this third group tends to, you know, make their Burrows out on dry land, each sept-, this red swamp, crayfish can do both. And we think that's why it's such a an what we call an aggressive colonizer, meaning that it does so. Well, it may out compete some are natives because in the south, this great fish may have to deal with flooding in maybe some merged. But then when the dry season hits, it has to switch over to be able to make these, these mud chimneys so that gives it many legs up on our. For folks that are, you know, thinking about this for a second thinking about no wait a minute. So did they come up from down in the soil or did they come from the top and dig down into the soil? That's the chicken or the thing, isn't it. I just I'm just a actually they came from above and, and burrow down. And, and so and most of the burrowing happens in the spring because what's happening right now? They are burrowing so they can do two things one. They're creating a home, but also, they will come out of those boroughs, the ones that we the so called terrestrial crayfish. I'm just gonna use that. So we kind of what we're talking about. They're out on land. They'll come out of the borough, the search for a mate, and they will mate and in the females will rear their young in that borough. And so the activity is mostly slanted towards the spring. That's very important because he's kind of go away as the season progresses. But there's a very important point relative to controlling these. We talk about this every year, frankly, there really is no good direct control and occasionally, you know, we hear people pouring, you know, things down that whole. Well, these are still aquatic creatures so they have to reach down to water. They have to reach down to the water table or groundwater something near the surface of poor anything in those holes basically, you're pouring chemicals, you know, into where people may be getting there, well water or spring, water so you can cause great contamination and that's just at not at all recommended. That's, that's not something we like to see people do, but there is something that can be done, if you have a problem with these remember, they're going to want to reach water. So just anything you can do to improve drainage, you know, we'll get rid of these and I know we're coming up to a break, so you'll. All meet hold off. We once you do that, before you dig deeper into this borough. And by the way, do you ever use a blue Gill hook with a warm and try to catch those all my goodness. Yes. That's what we'll we'll we're gal the audience with our fishing for crayfish. All right. Thanks opie. We'll be back with Opie and we'll talk about that and more things coming up here. In the car with Ron Wilson presented by Zeller hardware on NewsRadio six ten WTVN..
"ning" Discussed on TechFan
"If it gets out if all that stuff gets out there then. There's no surprise. There's no thrill and I agree with him. I always love opening a new apple device. It's kind of cool. It feels good and like fries, unlike eight Ning Samsung device with within one day it might break. Broke. But it went behind in software, really fast. Yeah. No one. I'm I'm actually talking about those new folding funds that really that they release review a couple of weeks ago. And very high. I'm gonna say all of them because we don't know how many were shades for quite a few quite a few of high profile review is found that they basically screens bright within a day now, Tim laughing, but let's make a screen that folds. This never folded before we think we have a new technology. Oh, look at breaks. This is not a surprise. What's interesting about this? Tim nights about this a few weeks ago when they when they first Modise fine, and we would consent about scratches on the screen and creases in the plastic covering the screen because right anybody who's he's kind of used anything with resisted or capacity touchscreen on the fact that that has plastic for all glass knows full. Well, that that stuff it's normally quite soft and to be flexible and quaintly it picks up marks and scratches very easily. Also gets that kind of play. Crease defect take even acetate sheet and squeeze it really hard can often lines. Yeah. The friction of the of the. Yeah. The friction of the of the squeeze kind of burn something into it. And then and then you've got a crease that will never go away. We will learn about how to be honest. I never expected the mechanism to be social stuff could get behind the screen, but it turns out that that's exactly what's been happening, effectively, the hinge mechanism is very complicated. But it's completely open and also because of the way the screen works. The the screen self is not kind of glued attach to the back of the phone to give aids. So if there is you have a wife stuff to get in behind the screen, and then the screen self is not does again, they were stuff can get in. And then when the screen Liam folded, the stuff that's negative pushed against the back of the screen and gets. Oh, LED doesn't really like that very much. I'm curious is the rest of the is the rest of the surface glasses. Just plastic around the end all the way round plastic will over the top. And this was one of the problems is that central seventies review is when they received the phones they thought the plastic on the top econ looked like a you know, kind of one those autumn all kits protection. Screens aren't you ought to get you're off. And they try to pay off note realizing it was really glued on now. And they also because the screen flexible, they damage the screen while they were trying to pull what they thought was a screen protector off and since. That going what you shouldn't have done that. Now only get the impression that that. Actually, plastic was portal net because they were having serviceability problems. And that's why it was no notes in the book Saint don't pull this off or anything like that. And the Ganges I'm down they used to just sing tap and pulling off and they tried to do that. And course, halfway through. They realization be doing it. But they kinda committed to that. Do you have any design here that that podcast? I'm sorry. I'm way behind. Do you have any desire for a foldable phone? No, really. I think thousand hours Samsung, I I'm gonna pull applaud some sunny more respect to that. They have the money, and the engineering capabilities of push ideas out there that perhaps might not miss the rest of us, very often. We we laugh at these things. I mean, remember Samsung with guys he came up with the monster family phone, which we now will ROY..
"ning" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"It's like man that means you're not gonna outwith crusading. There's no there's no way around that LSU fans calling for age Ning or go. It's like, there's no you can't overcome that. You gotta do. I think the frustrating part for for LSU those LSU in November third two thousand eleven was Alabama's equal. I agree. And and what's happened since? Then I think is really exponentially bigger. Yeah. In in the years since I've been here, it seems like the gap is widening. And I was just you know, where what what's the end like Qasr, which stepped on the last six years, but it seems like we're still talented. We're still players in the NFL mic or seeing you know, hold. Dow Jarvis do cry. We're watching all the day, though, LSU isn't his talented as it was six seven years ago, and that that has to be overcome and. The question is can be done. Les miles had teams LA shoe? They were pretty close to Alabama and talent. You would say that the two thousand eleven two thousand twelve were were superior to, you know, sixteen seventeen. I mean, we have Leonard Ford net for like. No that had to hey time playing the two thousand twelve team. I believe started the season number one of the country. Didn't it? They did. When you have Leonard for net, and you can't cross the fifty yard line. Yeah. Like what what is inherently wrong with this program? You're absolutely right. That we cannot develop a quarterback or some type of off its scheme to cross the fifty yard line is saving that bore inside of our heads that we go to play him..
"ning" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And most of us not thinking there as being the ideal retirement spot. Yeah. When I think about places to retire, which is still years off. I think year round warm weather and no chance of snow, which is why it's so surprising that US news and World Report. Ning Lancaster, Pennsylvania as the top place to retire. And Pittsburgh PA was number five. But the criteria used helps explain why? Why retirement age and preretirement age Americans were asked about six factors. Housing affordability. Retiree taxes, the local job market, the availability of quality healthcare and to more than a little harder to quantify, but really put Lancaster on top desireability and happiness how much residents really want to be there and now happy living there makes them and being two hours from Philly three from New York and lots of farmland colleges and Amish neighbors Lancaster came in pretty high CNBC's Tom Busby at twenty three after the hour. Major league baseball is insisting to casino executives that the league should get a cut from wagers placed on the sport following the repeal of that federal ban on sports betting. And speaking of ideas, merging there's a big merger in healthcare between Aetna. And CVS. Jan Johnson says there are some hurdles to overcome in the regulatory process. There are conditions to the sixty-nine. Nine billion dollar corporate marriage to alleviate concerns about the formation of a monopoly. Aetna. We'll have to follow through on its divestiture of its Medicare Part d prescription drug plan business, but the deal is still expected to give.
"ning" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Ning and they have all this cool stuff and they have flavors and and they have sense i mean everything so they you sit down and they give you look a lip scrub and they give you moisturizing they do all the stuff with you and then they start mixing custom mixing colors and they do a palette a glick a clear piece of plastic it's like a work of art that i took pictures of all this i'm to post these it was so cool that has now coco's on into lipstick but she had so much fun it was just a really fun cool experience and then the press your lipstick into an actual lipstick it's for fun and they put it in a box my only comment other told them on my so why don't you engrave the because you name your lipsticks i'm like why don't you engrave the bottom because they used to have an engraving machine but it didn't fit in the store anymore but i feel like they need like a sticker yeah or something like what are they do they don't do anything they don't markham at all no now that's yeah that is a little weird yeah they need some cut him even a even something life not the lillehammer yeah yeah thanks them but it's funny because we do products with nato with your products and with by consel beauty ah i'm always thinking about packaging what are we were when we were in dubai who stated the armani hotel and i was texting all m g look at what look at the q tips at at the armani hotel they have a book everything's black and white all the amenities and their q tips are these very long black stemmed q tips their stunning the most beautiful q dipped so i've ever seen in this box at am i brought him home.
"ning" Discussed on KGO 810
"Have you got to lose we are in the midst of a bit of a storm a summer storm lightning thunder rain all around the bay area although some parts are still dry like outside our windows here but we are getting a lot of reports from people the light ning and at the rain as board tomorrow there's another chance of some rain and thunderstorms it will linger into your wednesday before we draw back down to the 70s on thursday it is based on the bestselling stephen king novel which is the second most successful book about a sewer clowns since the art of the deal oh good somewhere there i somewhere some one of those comics and i've been a delegate 'eurotic you write a joke in leno dozen and a kills and you know you feel this incredible feeling and then you realize number ninety nine in nine tens of people thing letter writes a joke or jimmy kimmel right to jokic was that that was conan now now does kimmel it what else can yeah i think so we have a so anyway yeah i it's a it's exciting to see people do your joke and do your stuff it's funny to have people you know like i know songwriters that wrote for example all those big going campbell hits or written by jimmy web and jimmy web you know he's not a good singer anything but just a magnificence songwriter right and you know in my nobody really ever know on gun campbell died this name was set a little bit but it was it was still as you got a if you're comfortable with being behind the scenes like then somebody there's a funny jokes like that i think it's scoring it's a vessel yeah i used to say things that were kind of funny and and a friend of mine who was a fan of would be like oh my god can i use that as long as it's out there i'm happy well you're not a pro but you're right it's nice to person asks you must onto the steel jet apoptosis he goes and he sits in the back of his movie sometimes and it's any any just sits back there and he listens the people laugh and.