20 Burst results for "Noda"

Final Derby Dress Rehearsals

In The Gate

04:48 min | 11 months ago

Final Derby Dress Rehearsals

"The favourite for Saturday's travers stakes is the Belmont stakes winner Tis the law, the owners of the law, a group of fairly regular guys from the Saratoga area they go by Saka. Toga stables are the same guys who owned funny side the winner of the two, thousand, three, Kentucky Derby and preakness they showed up to each triple crown race in a yellow school bus, not a limo. It was a scene to which many of us could relate but I'm going to give you a comparison of two other. Owners of horses running in Saturday's travers they are and Lori Hall who owned the Third Place Finisher in the Belmont Max Player and Orlando and Jonathan Noda who liked their travers entrant I line are the longest of longshots George Hall is the founder of a Hedge Fund, the Clinton Group that company's assets reached a high of five and a half billion dollars in two thousand, sixteen. Orlando Noda is a thirty one year old trainer who co all of his horses with his brother. Jonathan who's in the car business? George Hall and his wife Lori sold a six level. Manhattan penthouse in two thousand seventeen for somewhere around thirty eight million dollars. Orlando notice biggest return on investment so far has been the horse not loves a fight who not claimed for ten thousand dollars in May of two, thousand nineteen and whose win a month later represented his trainers I ever. T loves a fight won four races for his trainer and finished second last week in the John Morrissey at Saratoga. You. Get the idea Max player for George and Lori. Hall won the withers stakes back in February and finished third in the Belmont. STAKES IN JUNE FIRST LINE FOR ORLANDO. Noda just earned his first win in four tries and he's returning on only ten days rest to take on an imposing field. But if his trainers story is any harbinger, don't count first line out and we are pleased to welcome to win the game for the first time the trainer of First Line Orlando Noda what went into the decision to turn this horse around in just ten days. The horse came out of it good and I nominated him prior to even run especially. Like figure that especially wasn't GonNa go I was I was GONNA test my luck there and restaurant him because. The horse had shown me talent ever since I had him and I think got strike while the iron is hot right now and everything is just clicking on all cylinders. So I. Think we're just going to give it a go is not every day that we can have a three year old peak at the right time via because of this corona virus that maybe I might might just be able to pull off the upset and get my derby points that that I high horse up about the beginning. You would said to a couple of racing aficionados over the winter that you had a derby horse and first line what made you think that then Oh no the horses super talented it from the first time that we breathed him. We knew we had something special. I'm not the lightest of riders and horses just noting on track with me and I just can't picture it. Any other way because everything has played out to where it should as he broke his. Maiden here in Saratoga and I think the past two races, six furlongs, it was just the the too short for him for his long strident. He just went comfortable and those fractions buying the mollering Nathan not many horses hold up biting the whole time that they are at the top of the stretch hometown in first line and they've been at it. Right from the START I line on the outside pokes ahead and front hometown continues to battle down at the rail. Now, they're at the eighth bowl it is first line and hometown go to battle for a mile and a furlong here first line hud and front hometown not giving up they come for the finish and first line is first under the wire. Race I'm wondering if he's even cooled out yet from that race, I mean that was affirmed and Alydar Rier Dan Against Jaipur was neck and neck for a mile and an eighth I mean, how do you think that part of a racist going to affect him the ten days notwithstanding? Even fresh I'm not doing much with him and. Keep Afresh to the to the race. Then you gotta show up on the race checking in, and that's how he is all game once it gets onto the track. IS A. Very level-headed. Once once he gets into training just like train I'm just giving just. Keep them -freshing raider fire. For for the drivers.

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"noda" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"noda" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"We ended up going route and I have the business for about four years ended upsetting out and then got back into the worst 'cause I had my baby. Coming up has a two year old so and that's where I get my energy and and still today's you just gotTa keep fishing in whatever industry it is which is harder trained horses or catching fish <hes> I I can say it's a very <hes>. It's very very long hours on both jobs but one was a night job one was during during during all day job but most of them. I didn't enjoy <hes> I'm not one too shy away from any type of neighbor work and and that's that's where I come into play in in this industry like my brother is the one who actually means financially backed me up with this dream of mine of becoming an assessment trainer and bought a couple of baby got a doc lanes <hes> and if it wasn't for my brother as an owner I wouldn't be where I'm at today either so yeah so what's what is a bigger challenge though catching the fish or learning how to train these horses and getting them the wind. I think this is more of a challenge because each course's individuals fish and whatever they actually just migrate to certain spots certain times a year and you already hybrid charted out and it's just as Labor but I think <hes> training horses I I must say what kind of fish would you catch. What's that what kind of fish would you catch? <hes> out was actually a commercial live shrimp Russia livestream light for the bait stores that had the live shrimp yeah and for the New York seafood market that they would actually ship them from Miami in the airport seems to live people working here New York art while you know we didn't interview on the same show with David Fox years ago and David is a big fisherman. He likes to go out on his boat down there in south Florida and David the interview from his boat <hes> which I thought was it was the only time we've ever done an interview with anybody that was out on a boat and that was Kinda cool but as you're doing that you're building that business. We're you still able to follow the horse racing side of things or say even <hes> the the biggest <hes> follow of mine was <hes> California Chrome <hes> we actually I liked the worst ever since he won the Santa Anita Derby and <hes> I told my brother Hey we're going derby and <hes> we went to the Derby that year ear and when he won it was like crazy because <hes> how are you going to house anyway. I think every dream you have a so what mayor and with a not so great that you don't know what's going to happen. You get a superstar horse. That's thanks horsemeat streaming and that's what I always dreamed up and figured for even my Philly like she's Breeders Cup nominated Lord Italians nominated nominated this that the other and <hes> you.

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"noda" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"noda" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Advice even though they were they're trying to do their best of teaching me at where where they they have gone wrong so I wouldn't take that same route like it was something that I still not necessarily wrong but in the fact of maybe president too fast too early got some chins fires your time together but it was still ongoing learning process and added worked for the biggest trainers but I feel like I have researched and and developed developed my my knowledge around people that have been in a long time yeah you know when when I started training it was a different game. I'm twice as old as you and I just <hes> was very fortunate to have trainers that were willing to take me under their wing or answer any questions I might had an and I asked a lot of question and I learned a lot of things and it's not like that as much anymore but I think for the most part trainers like to share with the young trainers coming up their their insights on things and and I think you'll learn every day and even you talk active trainers like Richard Mandela. He's always talking about you know. I learned this about this horse. I learned that in in you know he's in the hall of fame and he's learning everyday too so it's a game where <hes> you know the horses. <hes> speak to you but you gotTa uh learn the language and I think a lot of trainers <hes> we'll we'll help you so I I would recommend keep asking those questions because even if they shoot you down <hes> there's going to be plenty of them that answer you and it can really make a big difference in your life. Yeah and that's and that's one thing that I take into consideration is just the more you ask them where you're GONNA learn. It's not the fact of Oh what if I didn't do this or mentioned find out out and at and also an even I've gotten really good information from my ferrier my bed just from their experiences and and other people that have been in the industry like I have a philly billy that has yet to run and <hes> the breeze rider. He says men she looks back. Turn a foot. You can try on the terrorist why come to find out <hes> when when one of the guys here courageous cats are known for their turf forces. Maybe try for some chairs and it's just coincidence that the writer told me I'm GonNa Change US she. She has the turf stride. I was initially thinking Oh trier short. I'm dirt but I took take that into consideration in now trying on the Turkey. I doubt Yeah it's it's trial and error and we've had several trainers. Tell us that on this program you get a sense. I guess in correct me if I'm wrong Orlando but you get a sense of what is going to fit each horse best but but then you still don't know until they actually do it right exactly yeah. No the only thing you don't know is is the heart of worth has antenna intended races. That's when you'll find al bring so he has I feel so you can't train his heart. Yeah and you know you talk about breeding horses when you were in Florida and breaking horses the babies at Christie's new castle farm. You're only thirty years old so I'm kind of curious when you were very young as a kid growing up in that Miami area was this all you ever wanted to do or some where there's some other things that certain points you said well. Maybe I can make a go at this or that hat or whatever it might be yeah <hes> like I said my dad has always been into this so it has caught my attention but <hes> but before that I was actually a completely different field work I was I was a commercial fisherman. I was a had like forrest Gump bubble gum shrimp and I had a fleet of votes and one thing to another and it was going good and <hes> and we ended up going route and I have the business for about four years ended upsetting out and then got back into the worst 'cause I had my baby. Coming up has a two year old so and that's where I get my energy and and still today's you just gotTa keep fishing in whatever.

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Child Abuse Ban

Japan This Week

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Child Abuse Ban

"In response to a spate of child abuse cases, some resulting in death. The Japanese government this week approved a plan to legally ban. Parents and other guardians from physically punishing children. The government aims to pass a Bill revising the child abuse prevention law during the ongoing diet session and put most of the amended laws into force by April of next year. The Japanese diet is the governing upper house for those of you wondering what that is. It should be noted. There will be no penalties put forth for fenders. But under the vision changes parents foster, parents and welfare workers would be prohibited. From physically punishing children as a means of discipline. The planned amendment would also seek to strengthen the ability of child welfare centers to intervene in abuse cases, by separating staff members in charge of taking children. Into protective custody from those dealing with their guardians efforts to tackle child abuse. Through legal changes gathered momentum following the death in Tokyo's Megara award last March of five year old UA who left desperate pleas for her parents to forgive her and to stop mistreating her. And you might remember that from our reporting on the Japan this week podcast heart breaking news to read as well. There was another high profile abuse case confirmed in Noda Chiba prefecture just this past January in both of these cases. The parents who were later arrested did not think that their behavior was actually abuse the child welfare centers temporarily put the children into protective custody but failed to protect their lives in the face of the parents rejection of their efforts to intervene. The law revisions would introduce confidentiality obligations to schools education boards and child welfare centers after a copy of note Mia wrote to alert her school about her. Abuse was actually passed onto her father by a local education board the revelation that she had made such a plea is thought to have aggravated. The father's violence. The revisions also call for these stablishment of more child consultation centers Japan today. Readers are divided on this subject in particular old man thirteen calls, the government's plan ridiculous. Another knee jerk reaction to something that has nothing to do with proper discipline of children, spare the rod spoil the child reader concerned citizen comments physical discipline should be avoided as much as possible and used as a last resort after reasonable explanation and warnings. However, there are times when some children will not respond to these and mild and controlled physical punishments such as a smack or swat on the covered. Bottom are needed. I don't necessarily think I agree with that one. But it's move on here. Strange land ads I got spanked, and I don't think it harm me per se, but it's ineffective parenting. Nowhere. Else in life. Do we say that violence is an acceptable method of dealing with an inability to communicate? We also tell our kids not to hit others going on to then hit your kids since conflicting signals. It says violence to those smaller than you is an appropriate way of dealing with problems. That's counterproductive while I agree with that one. I don't think you can hit somebody and then say don't hit

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"noda" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"noda" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To help you win. Traffic's backed up NewsRadio twelve hundred. Lift oklahoma. Just the. Man. Waning Galveston maybe on the plane. Hey, how you doing? What you got, sir? Well, I'm gonna throw me that most people are not aware of Dale let that man. No didn't even let their man. No. That was going to Turkey that he was in trouble. I don't know the jets flew to Turkey and at the goal over there. It lands to say look smoking good looking for smoking saw. I'm gonna tell you something when the troops come out. It might sound crazy. That man was assassinated Jarrett. Trump Noda man was going to be home. They allowed it man. The goal but out. And I'll say that straight from Houston, Texas. What do come out when they do that? It is going to be up to his neck. They walk that money. They have no Bank. Elbow gate Trump. No money. Other than overseas. That's the only reason you never let them compact that would have exposed. When you first started all you gave you analyze it. But I I didn't know you were the lawyer now Cohen is a Turney at Trump surrounded himself with that man for ten years. Now, the man of the ally. Soda. Trump, dan. That's what that man is. Let's start with the first issue. You brought up with the first your your concern over kashogi is what what why? Why are you concerned Saudi air allowed at man? Okay. Let's assume for the sake of the are here. Over. Of the argument, Wayne, they did now what? Look in. See what Trump Aetna? What is better? Trump. Okay. Let's assume that explain to me again, why you're concerned about a Saudi journalist. Well for one is like. The man using that seat. So let's see that here. Compact to see if he bought, okay? Lil Wayne, I can't do this. I can't do this. Okay. You don't like Trump you've registered repeatedly that you don't like Trump. I don't believe that you know, who kashogi is. I think you've seen that it's in the news, and you would like to use that news headline to in some way, impune Donald Trump, which is fine. But you don't know anything about what you're talking about. And you can't tell me why you even care. So look here look here. To me why you care so much about a Saudi reservoir. I dare you why? Because the way it went down the man went over there to get married. They knew he was in danger. They usually allow let the people know that. Hey, don't go over out. But they allow that man to go away. And let's assume they did now what? So what does your point the point is this they won't weapons to be? So and I know Trump to believe that to be true. I think you're correct now. What? Okay. Okay. So so what? If you think Trump own somebody some way kissing up to and that Saudi key press. Whatever somebody you got to be crazy. If you could tell me that he going to be reelected, you should know Betty ain't gonna be reelected. I'm gonna tell you what Wayne. It's not going to be an electoral issue, whether the Saudis, whether whether the Saudis kill kashogi, that's not going to be the case and the truth is you don't care about kashogi. If you cared about killing you would care what's going on in Mexico. But I'm gonna tell you this you tell me a more award lane. I see this is this is not the barber shop or prison. You you talk. And I let you finish. And then you run out of things to say because you got about twenty seconds worth of look here. Look, here's let's have an adult conversation. I'm gonna tell you this Saudi Arabia is one of our three most important relations. Well, one of our five most important relations in the world. It is a powerful alliance in a very dirty part of the world. And when I say dirty Amin, it's ugly business dealing with Middle Eastern security, and it is. Is of paramount importance to the United States to maintain some level of security and stability in the region and our single most important ally in doing that is Saudi Arabia. Any of you, think them killing? If you think that that is going again, Wayne, I I try I give you more credit than you deserve. I think you've about major point. So I'll make mine that is an incredibly important ally of ours in a part of the world where we have some nasty well organized very committed enemies in Iran, and HAMAs and instability in Lebanon and concern over by rain, and that peninsula falling if the Saudis aren't there? So let me go ahead. I'm going to explain to you our situation there, and you don't have to like it. Okay. It's a complicated world. We cannot impose our level of decency and fairness and Justice at will on the world try as we may. Putin kills his enemies. Yes. I believe that is true. I do. I think there are human rights abuses that the Russians have undertaken against the Ukrainian. Yes, I believe that's true. I believe that the Saudis and their behavior in Yemen is distasteful and ugly and against our belief as to how you should deal with a situation like that. However, we maintain an alliance with the Saudis because they do a lot of our bidding in the region, and because the Saudis are kingpin the Lynch pin of Middle Eastern security, and they behaved badly and the president wagged his finger at him. And that issue is over and if Barack Obama were president and the Saudis had done that there would have been nothing said about it and nothing is ever going to come of this. And that's as it should be. It is not our job to pull a prints out of his palace and bring him here and put him on trial. That issue is over Wayne move onto the next one..

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"noda" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"You try to live your best life is because i've been there and i'm not trying to hide the fact that i've been there so we examine our insecurities and maybe we journal them but we don't have to write them would have to wear them on our sleeve we don't flaunt them around all over the place they're really just for us yeah you know i see a lot of people on social media who are trying to build their following maybe taking a group of people through sincere transformation and they just sit there and they tell their story and i'm like instead of telling you a story talk about what you learned you know i feel like if you concert show that you're learning and you're still learning every day like you can you can religious attract people and you just it just becomes more clear about what your journey as and where you need to go and best person in noda is you so coming out with our own insecurities and having those at the forefront of our mind so we can attack those sort of dovetails a little bit with something else that i saw in the book which you call the discomfort development plan can we relate this to something non fitness because i know you're beach body fitness superstar but a lot of people are thinking all right fine i don't need to learn about that i'll listen to somebody else about fitness i don't need jordan to tell me about this can we do a discomfort development plan discussion that has nothing to do with losing weight or getting a shape yes so just to be fully transparent your favorite word yes so in order to develop who you are you have to take it step by step approach to learn who you are and it has nothing i'm gonna tell you a secret which is not a secret anymore because i've been talking about it i do not enjoy working out every single day it is so wack so is not meeting my exercise great view but i'm saying was more important is your life in your business.

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"noda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Basement they also had a twenty noda it was called aster data it doesn't exist anymore but kind of an mp database as well you know fast board a few years later they were running thousands of nodes of that system of of dupe but companies you know they had data and lots of different places at data that was in relational databases data that was in and non relational databases like mongo db and elastic search and so forth and you know they started to stand up these dupe clusters running on potentially hundreds of servers sometimes even more and creating that kind of single repository where they could load it into the system so yeah i was at map bar from two thousand nine two thousand fifteen one of the first employee's there and as a great time as we were kind of in all these enterprises to you know for the first time be able to kind of bring together data from different sources and into one place and be able to do something about that data dow did the the hoodoo p adoption change those enterprises like if i'm coca cola back in two thousand nine hundred thousand ten two thousand eleven i decide i want the big day data how does that change how i look at my infrastructure you know it went from the goal was to go from a world of lots of silos of data and lots of work to can bring that data into one place into having a kind of a centralized data lake where you can throw in lots of data running on commodity servers he didn't have to run on you'll high end specialized hardware either or a or kind of mvp appliances you could just run on commodity hardware that you would buy from companies like dell and hp and cisco and so forth and it was really a low a very low cost way of storing large volumes of data and that was kind of the significant evasion that came from that that technology i think to some extent the silos of data access patterns and data technologies may be got simplified but there are still silos and the silos today maybe you could describe them through the lens of the different roles of people who are interfacing with the data and.

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"noda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Basement they also had a twenty noda it was called aster data it doesn't exist anymore but kind of an mp database as well you know fast board a few years later they were running thousands of nodes of that system of of dupe but companies you know they had data and lots of different places at data that was in relational databases data that was in and non relational databases like mongo db and elastic search and so forth and you know they started to stand up these dupe clusters running on potentially hundreds of servers sometimes even more and creating that kind of single repository where they could load it into the system so yeah i was at map bar from two thousand nine two thousand fifteen one of the first employee's there and as a great time as we were kind of in all these enterprises to you know for the first time be able to kind of bring together data from different sources and into one place and be able to do something about that data dow did the the hoodoo p adoption change those enterprises like if i'm coca cola back in two thousand nine hundred thousand ten two thousand eleven i decide i want the big day data how does that change how i look at my infrastructure you know it went from the goal was to go from a world of lots of silos of data and lots of work to can bring that data into one place into having a kind of a centralized data lake where you can throw in lots of data running on commodity servers he didn't have to run on you'll high end specialized hardware either or a or kind of mvp appliances you could just run on commodity hardware that you would buy from companies like dell and hp and cisco and so forth and it was really a low a very low cost way of storing large volumes of data and that was kind.

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"noda" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

"Where's your favorite thing to cook shoe not could why microwave noodle wanna look right right a lot of that egoism corn nuts in there too that's they get tickled me nice nice i used to support a house near think i was doing something so i'll do that for the season he mixing from there straight up for a little bit of june south so he could be perfect noda's in the microwave shitzu if you got money you don't know nothing about how many times a day do you think about sex jeez man how many times a day probably like five time this a nice number what's the worst job you've ever had not bring foreign i wanted i wanted another phone like fifteen we work and i thought i was i thought i was going like they totally see i'd never knew apart services tatro services in so thinking about the word derives all go you know the first a little anyways aching seatbelts on about maybe like a week a have in doing this shit heavy shown the pooper scooper.

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"noda" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Free throw line and easy twenty nine can you call it a quiet twenty nine it just doesn't seem like he's doing a whole lot i mean on what we saw the other night when forty three he was making shots that were almost impossible eleven of twenty one from a floor six rebounds and six assists for the broad james mvp fill up the quicken loans arena as he thinks the free throw line to the left about noda rosen still five forty eight four you're leading score you're all star leaving him on the bench eleventh in the league in scoring marta rose in at twenty three a game and after a brutal i three quarters he's still on the bench i could tell you he cannot be happy this is something he's not accustomed to doing sitting on the bench watching his team in a do or die game abroad sinks both ten points cleveland lead with by forty to play lowery between the big rings against on an ob behind the screen fires three on the switch drills it again tile lowry is keeping toronto afloat in this game fred van bleed commits a foul in the backboard on george hill that's gonna send george l don't know yet this bigger hi lowry scored the last toronto points of bounds lebron lobs it into hill right there be real careful five minutes of bonus time for cleveland wasted a foul to give their crossing bandleader works at right around the yard on dribbles it back.

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"noda" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"If michael bennett is guilty of such a thing let me be the first to say good riddance i think the eagles should cut him and be done with him and that the police you look forward to lock them up behind balls whether it's the thirty days a year or whatever the case may be because it does call for ten year prison term and a ten thousand dollar fine which we all know is bogus because of ten years is really what you were going to give it the foul will be more than ten thousand dollars we're not fools here and we all know just in case i shouldn't say we all know most people who pay attention to the law no that is about as difficult to get an indictment from a grand jury as it has a box of cookies as not hold it's not hold you can get indicted for anything because an indictment means you're going to be officially charged and as a result your case can be heard by a jury that's what that means it doesn't mean guilt if i know that doesn't the chief of police in houston noda but yet fourteen months after this incident allegedly took place you go in front of the cameras under the microscope of national television at least the lens that ultimately it would be disseminated to and you paint this black man as somebody who would intentionally target and do hong to a sixty six year old paraplegic you see ladies and gentlemen these at a moments where you should get your backup.

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Tennessee Titans to release DeMarco Murray

The Phil Valentine Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Tennessee Titans to release DeMarco Murray

"I'm pamela for with your top stories a major announcement on north korea expected from south korean officials at the white house tonight president trump told reporters today there will be a statement at six o'clock so it should happen any moment now the announcement comes after a recent thawing of relations between north and south korea the two countries are still technically at war the south korean officials that the north's leaders are ready to talk about ending their nuclear program or at least putting it on hold if their security is assured acting nashville mayor david riley says he wants his name on the ballot for the special election to name a new mayor making the announcement today that he's running for election august second but nashville attorney james roberts tells wtn stand mandass that election date may violate state law will offer declared at war election commission out noda for the election have to be call that it that election day within set minimum of seventy five days at a maximum of eighty days from when they get noticed roberts sent a letter pointing out the sea she to the election commission that meets tomorrow about the matter in sports the titans informing running back to murray this afternoon that he will be released from the team murray joined the titans in 2016 titans general manager john robinson said in a statement i want to thank dimarco for his contributions has a titan not only for what he did on the field but also in the locker room and in the community and stocks are closing with modest gains after president trump's announcement of new steel and aluminum import tariffs the dow jones industrial average closed ninety four points higher the nasdaq gained thirty one points in the s p 500 climbed twelve news brought to you by adt mccall's traffic and weather next critics and i elation not destroying it's making something in his home mindblowing experience she.

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"noda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This guy sounds like the rare savant did there are looking to all the indices and now they're not studying demographic hohns list fright rights you know it is it ahmic needs noda you're you're right we do we take people that are either drugaddled or completely insane right and we start we do the same thing we do with our pets like hey why i'm trying to keep you out of traffic you should be thanking make but i'm a dog with an accord size brain smelled something on the other side of the story i want to go that way i don't care about the afc dupree truck layup yet but we always lay it down our our brain patterns on this other entity that doesn't think it yeah like we do right we do that without kedah and isis as well sadly that brings us into trouble down flying air blando building it doesn't make sense luigina ps4 and you know you know burgers and countdown we do that with everything we disagree with like when you have kids and you don't you would never dream of hitting your kids who would hit their kid doesn't make to who who would have sex with her daughter rough like it's like it's insane on if if i didn't know like i didn't have yet news yeah the s but it at the news i would go 00 that it's impossible as another what it is impossible though no one would ever do that right but who of the new so it's like eighty episodes by ripe i think that's bills passed a nation with creeps in general is constantly trying to think like fuck what your why would you do that you have we do wanna know you want to have that answer because there's nothing that you would do we have an obsession with ccri completely we have an obsession with priests that dino pedophile pre.

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"noda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This guy sounds like the rare savant did there are looking to all the indices and now they're not studying demographic hohns list fright rights you know it is it ahmic needs noda you're you're right we do we take people that are either drugaddled or completely insane right and we start we do the same thing we do with our pets like hey why i'm trying to keep you out of traffic you should be thanking make but i'm a dog with an accord size brain smelled something on the other side of the story i want to go that way i don't care about the afc dupree truck layup yet but we always lay it down our our brain patterns on this other entity that doesn't think it yeah like we do right we do that without kedah and isis as well sadly that brings us into trouble down flying air blando building it doesn't make sense luigina ps4 and you know you know burgers and countdown we do that with everything we disagree with like when you have kids and you don't you would never dream of hitting your kids who would hit their kid doesn't make to who who would have sex with her daughter rough like it's like it's insane on if if i didn't know like i didn't have yet news yeah the s but it at the news i would go 00 that it's impossible as another what it is impossible though no one would ever do that right but who of the new so it's like eighty episodes by ripe i think that's bills passed a nation with creeps in general is constantly trying to think like fuck what your why would you do that you have we do wanna know you want to have that answer because there's nothing that you would do we have an obsession with ccri completely we have an obsession with priests that dino pedophile pre.

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"noda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"So a full node is annoyed participating in a pits pit pin network cold bitcoin that contains the entire block chain and this full node is usually has ports open on the network can receive transactions can listen to your transactions and miners necessarily awful nodes so someone mining bitcoin would have to have a copy of the full block chain on the road listening for transactions to include in the next blocked the mining and communicate with other notes that's why the ports have to be opened in order for them to participate in this network a full load is considered a reference implementation for bitcoin alight node you might one to run a light noda feud may be don't have enough disc space i think that the total blockchain's sides about a hundred and sixty gigs at the moment and maybe you you don't wanna participate in all the network traffic if you use a block chain explorer you'll see that thereabouts i think there about eight or nine thousand reachable full modes on the network look that might not suggest that the more i mean the ports might just be blocked will they might just be listening says a full no just has the whole block chain that's it and let's revisit the mining process so if you're a fall node you have this ma'am pool you're also you don't just have access to the entire block chain that has been accepted by all the nodes or the majority of the nose in the past you have the set of pending transactions which is sitting in memory it's called the meme pool and at any given time the full nodes are polling transactions out of the meme pool they're assembling those transactions into blocks and they're trying to solve the cryptographic puzzle associated with that set of transactions and so when they're trying to solve that puzzle do they validate those transactions before they start trying to solve a puzzle or do they wait until after they've solved the puzzle tried to validate.

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"noda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hundred thirty eight thousand nine hundred one dollars and fifty seven cents each player who gets it g o at disneyland garrahy as according to major league baseball the lanver largest a bonus ever paid out the previous record was held by that 2014 san francisco giants they paid players three hundred ninety two thousand dollars each the dodgers now they lost the world series you know they went really far ranga they're still getting a bonus of nearly two hundred sixty thousand dollars i mean hey he went to say minnesota twins you guys because the twins however far they got i don't know i didn't pay attention they each get a bonus of eighteen thousand dollars that's great twins player at starbucks i ask for them to pay for it exactly not say no to eighteen thousand dollars are you kidding me i wouldn't say noda atp lina either said yesterday i'll take a little bit of that cake and i will and i'll backyard going okay chris jenner says that her daughters pregnancies are like a faucet that won't turn off i don't even care ellen metaph again it's just an odd thing coming from someone who has six children like yeah you set the precedent you have tons of children right i mean i don't i don't get that many what what like that's a newsflash happy for them have some more children ida your whatever makes you happy does anything make christian jenner happy besides money money exactly money money money well when we come back he have the chance to win money but you will have the.

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"noda" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on KTRH

"Information you need when you need it news radio seven forty ktrh is this radio what i do have a very particular set of skills skills that have acquired over a very long career seriously smart's business welcome back to the show texas business radio texas business radiocom is website we're talking about sales and lead generation it all starts with sales guys yet get the ah you gotta get cash registered rain for you have anything to do and we just guys in here they're going to give you some tricks tips on how to build up your lead generation and increase your sales i'm your host my register jay curse it over there and colours chair as usual what do you think man absolutely it all starts with lee generation we used to say it always started with sales but to get sales gotta get lead generation this is a great program we're having a lot of fun and actually gonna give us some very important achievement promotion on the subject so looking forward to this noda actually johnson founder and ceo of mouse marketing llc sia houston uh is a their company that deals with sales elite generation and sales utilizing linked which i think is particularly interesting ashley work on the show thank you i'm very happy to be here so talk to me in what is mouth marketing what are you do who do you do to get some out marketing we work with businesstobusiness companies sell if you are looking to sell to other businesses or maybe you're thinking about it maybe you're on the consumer side are we help businesses get business an on the bbc market so um arlington lee generation plan very be to be focused we'll talk to me a little bit about you know i'm a i'm a company has you know does be to be sales i need more business how do you fit into that process and how can you help me saw my problem so we use linked in sales navigator of what we do is we connect to you up to fifty people a day that are in your target audience cell if that's an executive that their function is marketing and a company under two hundred employees on in houston we can target very specifically connecting you up to fifty of those individuals every day than what we do is we.

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"noda" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"noda" Discussed on KTRH

"He was driving with his cousin on mason road he was taken by lifeline to memorial herman police still looking for the shooter the senate passes a budget proposal in a late night vote in kentucky's rand paul breaking ranks of the gop and that near party line vote what would if you have to do the latest issue of playboys gonna feature it's first trans gender playmate in the magazine sixty four year history more than these stories right now at ktrh dot com and coming appeared the bottom of the hour really naked lady dancing on a semi noda naked truth throughout your dried every ten minutes on the tens seven 24 girl newsradio selim forty ktrh deloitte has been made about the reappearance of george w bush and what he had to say about national and a few other things it be reported like it's all critical of president trump but take a listen quickly do this and tell me if you think this is old is critical of president trump the american dream of lower mobility c reached for some in a changing economy discontent deepened sharpened forest consulates old politics mall and now there are some intensity of support for democracy itself especially among the young who harish theories mm all of the cold war ornella focused on the ruin of entire nations by socialist play we see nationalism destroyed from government dynamism immigration always brought to america we see a faded confidence free markets for the ena conflate instability in poverty falling away pretentious now it seems like fairly evenhanded critique of both sides because he certainly brought up the the socialism aspect of government programs in we're we're golda 726 here on news radio seven forty ktrh eight this is a great way to get a car the m leasing but you have an amazing program they can get you any car you want daily caller ugandan he quipped would you want.

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"noda" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"noda" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Did you fire back that every by mike you're on your noda everybody why eight all alleged true because like just like everybody blockade the saying hey just like everybody's blocked not as saying i got more white building he got black sure you have no idea how many black rennes i have had a that's an other assertion you make your donation you don't buy known me and you don't know donald trump and at the end at the end of the day as a pleasure hang up on you you don't know me you don't know trump and you don't know this country and you're shameful and i and i and i'm sad for you and i'm sad for us rule district were you work where you could influence the minds of children i folks i'm scott janssen the mushin' mortician owner of janssen funeral homes has an alaskan mortician since 1985 i've wanted to started was like elegance as fast as the hawks they should fight when i started my konare naughty eighty nine chose organize an investigation to racism touring india ruehe dead and i moved to alaska thirty years ago from a small tone minnesota folks in the valley remind me of our whom with people that help when help is needed some weakest opened janssen's mat su funeral the largest funeral facility in the state when you drive the parks highway look north just a mile west of trump grow our chapel seats more than three hundred we have a large reception two in fact it looks more home than funeral strange as it may sound would be a great place the leading or any other large gathering their celebration if you live in the value experience death for austria recommendation choose janssen's what is your dream vacation here to slow vying cabin.

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"noda" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:53 min | 4 years ago

"noda" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Hey you know as a fan of pete in the rural white will we face of comment in a row with every week republika got them noda we hear that your feet hello there are now should i say and i mean what fa what they did it why did they get buca i mean let me get it right there the democrats have bad luck but say it when we go and get democratic well in new democrat we've got a bit quiet we we oh no you can read we grew good kerber the bill would leave out europe right i blame either stay in may and on that people we the goal remember it'll show annual you'll show eight whoa on the way we or if i were here oh no you've got the white out wait wait carved out of us no no no we have a right to be angry we have a right to be mad they failed us we didn't fail them they've had plenty of time now i'm sick of theirs excuses some tired of and so the american people it's time to get their act together and get their jr job dawn that's what it's time for them do it's time for them to go to work instead of digging vacations big time aj love you you the best joe in eligible a in georgia i've known joe he's been call on my program since 1992 our you big joe gone your great near the best taxpayer camping in the country shot i am it's been a there in washington mm buries a fiveman but i think it's time for him the go part of being a leader issue buying people gather and get him to get them to accomplish the healthcare reform the tax reform and he not done it though i think we need them morley some new leaders and the senate and maybe even in with thirdly and offended off by macau's men their long enough what you fight i think it's time to get the job done or go get the job done or leave and get somebody in place beck and get the job done that's what i say let's that's really that lymph nodes nominee more complicated than that all right big time joe analogy thank you.

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