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Chicago's New COVID-19 Testing Site In Villa Park
"Through covert testing side is opening in the suburbs. WGN's Judy Wang is in Villa Park. We're outside the Odium Expo center, DuPage County second community based drive through testing site. It will Test 600 people a day. This comes in response to soaring covert 19 numbers and growing demand for testing ahead of Thanksgiving. The Villa Park testing site is open to anyone. No appointment. No doctor referral. No insurance required. The site will be open from 10 to 6 tomorrow and Wednesday. It's closed Thanksgiving a black Friday but will reopen again on Sunday.
Ransomware epidemic during the pandemic
"This week's warnings about hospitals in ransomware continued to move organizations to higher levels of alert and to be born out in reported attacks. US public and private organizations. CISA. The FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services on the federal side. and. Fire is Mandy Unit on the private side have warned that organizations in the healthcare and public health sector are under an increasing threat from ransomware strains deployed are usually conti and especially riot. The perpetrators are russophone gangsters not spies. These particular gangsters get even worse press than such gun IFS usually ATTRAC- brazen ars technica calls them others say despicable conscienceless loathesome you get the picture. It's clear why they've attracted so much deserved odium attacks on the availability of healthcare are hateful and the best of times and with the covid nineteen pandemic. These aren't the best of times. It's equally clear why the hoods are interested in hospitals, data availability and privacy are at a premium and the healthcare sector is under unusual pressure to knuckle under extortion. They can't always shrug off a successful attack when patients safety and privacy are at stake. Security Affairs says, the hospitals in new. York Vermont have been the latest riot victims. Both the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn and the University of Vermont. Health Network have disclosed that they've sustained and are recovering from ransomware attacks. They're not alone wired puts the number of ransomware attack against hospitals in the dozens and the Wall Street Journal quotes Charles Carmichael. Chief Technology Officer at fire is Mandy in cybersecurity firm is saying quote most threat actors. They're explicitly not looking to hit hospitals. This group in particular has explicitly stated that they're going to hit hospitals and they've proven it. He adds this is the most significant cyber threat that I've seen in the United States in my career and quote. While, US hospitals have been notably affected by CYBERCRIME. It's not solely a US problem. The Montreal Gazette reports that various targets in Quebec have been hit including non healthcare targets and the transportation and law enforcement sectors. Montreal's Jewish General Hospital has been hit with cyber attack. The hospital's administrators says wasn't ransomware, but his conclusion was based on the fact that no extortion demand had yet been received.
Searching For Cockles
"We're in central puget sound in a body of water that we call Port Orchard Passage. This is a very good body of water for Shellfish. Because there's a lot of current coming through this little bottle neck area. There brings a lot of nutrients food. Oxygen Vivian. Barry is the shellfish program manager for the tribe and we met her and her colleague. Jeff more on a tribally owned beach across the sound from Seattle to areas famous for all sorts of seafood especially shellfish oysters and gooey ducks and course clams that we have different types of clams here. We have the the native little neck clams and we have an introduced Manila clam. That's very similar to the little neck. But it's from Asia originally and of course there's The star of today's show cockles which we actually couldn't see so they like to live in the lower intertidal zone and then the subtitle. Apparently there are more cockles. Living under the water than on the beach for those of you who are not up on their whole tidal geography. The Inter title is that part you see at the beach. The wet sand that gets exposed as the tide is going out. The subtitle is under shallow water almost all the time. It's that sliver of sand that only gives exposed at super low tides. Like when there's a full moon and so to get to the cockles in that subtitle's zone Vivian. And Jeff have to wait until the tide is at. It's very very lowest point this time of year. That's around three. A M which is go at night we harvest at night. Yeah we were out there during the day but fortunately there were some cockle shells available on the beach as visually. They see a cockle there. Jeff grab it. Yeah they're weathered but there you can see they look like those ripple chips. They're they're ribbed. They have these long ribs. Come down longitude only. This is what you would see when you're looking in the garden. Cockle shells right from the nursery room round more. Like a ball shape. The Long Ribs Jeff is describing on the shell. It's those same lines in the cockleshell flowers that give the flowers their name. If you've never seen a cockleshell and frankly I hadn't as Jeff said you might know them better from nursery RHYMES MARY. Mary quite contrary. How does your garden grow with silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row? No one knows exactly what that means. There's a theory that Mary as Mary. Queen of Scots and the cockle shells are somehow Catholic. But yeah no one knows. And then there's another old English rhyme. I knew as a Kid. It was actually a jump rope song for me. Blue Bells cockle shells a vans British rhyme. So they would have been talking about the different species at cockle. The common cockle as it's called which you find in the UK and Ireland Portugal and all down the Atlantic coast. Morocco cockles have long been a popular food in all these countries. Just one of the many shellfish people enjoyed you might have heard the Irish Song Molly Malone where she selling cockles in the streets of Dublin. We streets gone in the UK. Coco's used to be a pretty common seaside treat. You'd often buy them boiled served in a paper cone and sprinkled with Malt Vinegar. They were popular in the east end of London. And especially in Wales but today those kinds of traditional shellfish like welk's and winkles and cockles. They've become less and less popular. But while cockles are no longer common snacks in seaside towns. They are still actually harvested all along the coast of the UK. They're shipped overnight to elsewhere in Europe like France and the Netherlands where cockles are still popular law of blazes in the UK. That harvesting is still done by hand using cocoa rake. It can be really dangerous work if you get caught by the tide but while we were researching this episode we discovered off the coast of Norfolk. They've developed an ingenious technique that involves driving boats around in circles. This is from a channel four documentary about calls three to four minutes. Yes that's the war talk. The boat's propeller push the sentiment in these re off. Would you use the boat? Wash all the sideway basically There's yet another species of cockle that's widespread in Asia. In Japan. There's a popular cockles Sushi. That's available only one month a year but in a lot of places. Kaka leading has really fallen off. The shelves are hard to open. And especially these European cockles. There's only a tiny bit of meat. Once you do manage to pry them apart but west coast cockles like we said there are different species and they are most decidedly not dainty little things. They're actually quite hefty. They probably can get about a good four inches four five inches. They can get fairly large and heavy in terms of like maybe a schoolboy size little apple so cockles are bigger than clams but there are unusual in another way to most shellfish like the little neck clams in the Manila clams covered the beach. We were on their pretty stationary and when they settle from larvae to an adult they basically dig themselves in and stay in the same place for the rest of their lives but cockles. They are not quite so sedentary. These cockles have a really heavy and strong foot and they're very mobile so they can escape. They're predators by just jumping away from them this jump. It's not just a little hub. This is a full-on leap leap leap away. So one of the Faster Sea Stars is the Sun Star Picnic. Odia helium authorities. These sunflower seeds. Stars are freaky looking. They range in color from bright orange to purple. They get to more than three feet wide. And they have up to twenty four arms covered in suckers and they love to use those suckers to pull apart the two halves of cockleshell and then they chomped down on the flash. They can sense when the sea star is trying to get a hold of him in a foot to just kick away and they can jump off. We're talking we're talking mostly sideways. And then the kind of kick away and SORTA roll along to get away so at a time but enough to get away from a sea star and as long as there have been people living along puget sound. They've been eating those leaping cockles over ten thousand years. I don't know I mean bivalves have been around for you. Know millions of years in the ocean and the tribes have been around these waters. For at least I think the archaeological record say at least fourteen thousand years by all accounts cockles are one hundred percent delicious and a favorite food of the first nations people in the area so they will build a large fire with rocks so the rocks become very hot and they will put the shellfish right the rocks and cover them with seaweed so they basically steam in their own juices. It's over an open flame and it's yeah the the way they've been doing it for forever so it's they've perfected the art they're good. They're really sweet. Really sweet and kind of a rich kind of seafood taste little chewier a little bit meaty so they compared to other clans. I would say there's more richness in the
"odia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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Testing Voice Apps - Emerson Sklar, Bespoken
"Began my career working for the army research lab than the Army Intelligence and Security Command doing tests automation for big data analytics. Applications that they had so we had solutions or deployed all over the world had limited time and there are mission critical applications needed. Make sure that they worked in the hands of people that are being deployed and implemented at that time this was about a dozen years ago implemented number of open source automation tools and then one project that we worked on us the Borland Esti optimization suite and some people may remember Borel and from the good old days of software development there the founders of turbo seeing Turbo Pascal. Okay have some great automation tools there so I implemented a suite of their products for one project I was working on and then actually went and joined bespoke in helping companies all over the world implement those same types of tools within their organizations testing worked at Borland for about four years and then joined a company called applause. Who is another big name in the voice space? So applause is the leader of a crowdsource testing and so they have a well-defined voice. Practice that I found and kind of organized air that leverages people all over the world to do some manual testing and then that experience and interaction familiarization with the voice world is what led me to spoken excellent excellent had the long storied career in automated testing. All right well this specific into what does the spokane do. Then could you. Can you sum up the value proposition for the audience? Sure so at at a high level we are the leaders of voice automation with the only company that is recognized in space by both Amazon and Google. We have a suite of products that can be utilized by people across the voice development life cycle regardless of their technical or non technical expertise to help optimize the voice experiences. Our conversation experiences that they're developing the way that we do that is we have virtual devices so you can think of them. Kind of like software implementations of the same physical Smart Speaker clients that you might have sitting in front of you today and we simply interfaces to write scripts once automatically have them executed in the cloud against these virtual devices essentially exactly the same way that if an actual human federal person were were speaking to one of these but then much more reliably repeatedly and quickly captured responses analyze them and provide you some feedback based on. I say okay. So it's not like mobile testing where you see these these racks of mobile phones right right and we've had people that ask us about that you know there's there's some something's just from a tech perspective that make that unfeasible in in the voice base means simply having even if you could find a facility large enough to hold the hundred thousand devices that Alexis now support it on the nature of this work nature of audio being fundamental to. It means that you can't have them all chattering away at the same time. And so that that's a really nice. Thing of having these cloud implementations of these voice assistance that it enables you to bypass the the cost the effort of trying to maintain all these devices but also makes it much much faster than you're trying to kind of a one to one basis speak to an individual device conducted at scale conducting across multiple locales multiple languages. Indeed on that point of testing for different devices does not mean that. You're testing for the one pill. Lxi for example or you simulating the conditions of each of those devices in a in a virtual setting. It can be both so we we have. I'm sure we'll talk about it later. We have some interesting work. We do with Mercedes so you can imagine the acoustic environments of. Somebody's speaking to an assistant in an automobile whether they're stationary. The car is on or off with driving down the road that introduces some unique Christie interference. We have others that one of the platforms. We support beyond smart speakers Beyond just voice. Assistance is like idee are and so the characteristics of a mobile phone speaker and mobile phone microphone or very different from these frankly much fancier smart speakers that we have so it's actually very easy to overlay sort of that pure audio as you described it with some of this other type of data other other interference additional people speaking in the background music playing in any of those types of things that might be relevant to your experience super easy to overlay that so that you really do get a perspective not just of does your application that's deployed on one of these platforms work. But how well does IT WORK IN THE REAL WORLD TYPE SCENARIO? I say so. You're actually providing ODIA HAS INPUT. You're not simply providing coal to an API with the text. Is that correct exactly? So kind of the way it works is that we take the scripts that you might right and scripts can be in a really simple gammel syntax. Somebody who's not a developer can write it and it looks very much similar to the sort of the manual test case that they might right today. We actually take that taxed converted to audio using either Amazon poly or Google Cloud. Text to speech where we can use recorded audio if your company that happens to have some recorded audio tape. Senate to the voice platform and really from that point on the exact same interaction that a real human being would have it so we we send it. The Voice Platform Voice Platform. Does whatever kind of analysis? It's GONNA do. Naturally it sends back a response. We actually then translate that response back to text and we captured that whole payload that would come back as well and then do some really rich analysis in comparison based on what comes back from I say so when the response comes by getting as audio and then you have to use another speech. Attacks Algorithm to decipher just getting the tax responds Franzen. Well we do everything that comes back in the payload so on Alexa for example. Let's say you have a multi-modal skill has a card with some kind of display. We get back all that display information so it's very easy to with one hundred percent. Accuracy compare against the texts. That comes back or an image that comes back or a a url that has to a stream for most skills for most of these interactions. You're not getting actual transcript of the audio itself. You just get that that audio file and so we do translate it back with a speech to taxed tool currently reason Google speech tax which I think is a little more accurate than Amazon speech text capability and then comparing the expected results based based on
"odia" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Kathy. Griffin's why wasn't I invited. Tell me about that dinner you know. They mentioned apparently you'd been there before and you didn't use the right for. I stalled the silverware. That's true but Kathy makes a lot more than I do. Yeah I have no idea how I got there And it was a bunch of you know. La Literati and and me taking. Somebody's second helping of Dessert. I I really don't know but it was. It was excellent and Vegan. Oh jive which I have been for the last almost a year now strangely but I think a lot of us are doing. I'm having had a lot of resistance dinner parties here with Nancy. Pelosi Adam Schiff and Malcolm. I was never invited. Uh even went to Horford. Yes he too there. You go yeah. He's touching me. He's touched me so he's okay morning. No I was saying I was because I don't leave my house. I was at the dinner of my life in political on with you and ag from Ohio. Nance Jill Wine Banks Maya Wiley Ellie mastel. We had a ball. My God I was like I came last minute. I'll come on but I mean I think it's that's the things that you know. That's why you guys are all such rockstars because there's all of us normal people that are just like. Oh my God help us. Is this normal? And you know you guys are all we. Don't go on Tour Stephanie. But nevertheless I do take your point that I mean so weird thing a really weird thing that prosecutors have have our this sorta journalists of this phase. But it's because you know that that's exactly what's being completely bulldozed and obliterated as the rule of law and it is true you know I have to defend it a normal days. There are people who think ill of the Department of Justice and I was some liberal Boniface. But I'm fed when I was there took you know was really at pains to say no. You don't understand. We tried to do the right thing. People of all stripes in these offices in matters to them. It's their lifeblood. And now you have a government an entire government trying to completely nuke it you know. We're like what are we a quarter of the way to like Turkey or something really. It's like you're not even sure what's going to happen in the court skiers. Because you're like are you gonNA roll the dice and land on one of these courts where they wanted a thirty year-old completely unqualified right? Wing wack job or you're going to zone in the courts so far so good in the rights. I'm unafraid. What about the Supreme Court okay? Maybe you don't talk about this but then it's going to be like a FRAT party. We didn't get you drunk. We're GONNA say Shit about Anthony. Kennedy what are you? What are you guys? Drink at nine. Twelve and clerked for clerked for Anthony. Kennedy I just. Everyone wants to know what happened on that tape. What did trump say to him? That made him like recoil. Like what what is his son's involvement in the whole trump Deutsche Bank. There you go. Why did he did he retire early? There's so many sort of questions and then rammed through this cavenaugh thing like it. Just it feels like the Supreme Court was sacrosanct in it and it just now sacrosanct. It is to him. I don't know but I ha- I. I know what he would say about why he retired. That greg believe it or not. Sorry the the Greg. Justin Kennedy Deutsche. Bank thing is overdone. There really isn't as an there there I believe but why did he retire little bit early? We really didn't his clerks. Didn't think it was gonNA happen. You know he is a loyal Republican but I think he's a he's a little bit of a Goldwater Republican. Righty suburban Republican He. There's no doubt in my mind that he understands the moral odium of the president of the United States who was gonNA appoint his successor. He did as some personal reasons. Short answer is I don't know I you know but you know he i. I do know he's not unhappy. That Bret says his clerk and yeah okay by the way Brad. Having all gets impeached I was very well. I wasn't so hard on I. Actually I was sort of hard but you know cavenaugh has not cavenaugh is likely now to be left of three members of that court and to be allied most frequently with the. Who who could ever thunk it center member of the court. Chief justice. John Roberts I what's happened. What has happened to me? Is just an illegitimate president. That has to illegitimate court. Pigs after Brock Obama's was stolen from him. So should I mean that is the thing? He's infected every facet. I'll be the damn now. I mean basically since like the last twenty years. We've we've lost like you know seven in a row light by that. Just the odds of it is still freaky. Starting with the two thousand election and the country's you know faces changed unbelievably now from the the pileups of these young man. Astor's let's let's all up in your professional. Your Personal Grill Era Mary to Julie. A mathematician Jitsu World Eight three times. You should so world champion. Wow that's cool former print about former personal bass player. Yep how Tom Barras Group? She sounds already a thousand times cooler than you know. Yeah way women or yeah. It was like her her par- your day note a lawyer. Like what the hell is that about and now now big surfer. She's loud yeah. Bali bound soon so and and see three kids Fifteenth Thinks Raskin fifteen fourteen and eleven David Lila. And Toby. You know now. Three SORTA California kids go figure yeah and Williams getting ready to drive. Well no it's funny. He's you know. Do you remember when you turn sixteen that very weekend. I got the damn license and I was in Pittsburgh. Buffalo is the same kind of thing David Kinda likes the show for life and he also knows that license means he's gotTa Drive Lila and Toby and we. We're actually having to prod him to do it. His friends have it. But it's not so the service is okay. So far for him is that we're just going to say is the age of Uber and lift chain. Because I know we couldn't wait to turn sixteen different like why would you wanNA drive yourself? Yeah although although his parents are the ubers and left meaning get get up at six am and driving schools. Nobody's a change like the kids. Don't really care about driving that much because they're like I don't think you can the high F- Albert unusual boy that way but I think it's still wanNA drive. His friends definitely are reveling in having their license. I remember that. I kind of WHOA. I've got the machine behind. I had a red dodge dark. No shocks cutlass convertible yet. My friends were all screaming. Get some shots. So what you were saying. You're on the show. You're like sort of a mixed some cynicism and whatever I think we all are when we you know. We think like especially of kids who is keep saying. Our kids can't afford to spare. You know we have to keep fighting but fuck man. It gets hard some days. Doesn't it you just. But that's what they're counting on that we get so exhausted so beaten down and so like this. That's what I mean. I feel like you fascism. I mix I mentioned. My Dad was an assistant Nuernberg prosecutor. But I'm says like Fascism early warning system in my blood because I've been saying this for years that I'm like what's the principle of you know not going to Hitler in the argument too soon. I understand that but in terms of I'm going to say when he said Nazis are fine people in Charlottesville. That was okay. Then yeah no no no. I mean really the kinds of appeal. What the the reason. His base is his base. You Know Hillary Clinton's miscue and talking deplorables if you actually unwind that and you know Discuss what she what she's had. There is something about the engine of fascism there the pitting you know the kind of hoodwinking of his base by pitting them against not their enemies like sexy liberals and and really You know victimizing them economic. Look I I know. We're not supposed to talk down to trump supporters. And I try hard not to. But the but the actual features of Facet of early fascism and now including. There's there is a fascist element and disclaimer disclaimer. Disclaimer. It's not thirty three number CARE. But there's a fascist element to his unbelievable brazenness. Now so it's not simply. Has He learned his lesson. He actually revels as Ralph in nineteen thirty two with throwing his weight around. And I'll show you exactly what can happen. And don't mess around with me and really no you'RE NOT GONNA. Times s bomb a all right. That's O F F is for you talking Saas castaway you talked about how we are with a bunch of people at a TACO stand. So don't you act on me? That was a great Takas Dan. Yeah but when we wrote about their asterisks acute say okay. You're are you allowed to swear in court is Lake Catholic school? Go you can know you can quote so someone are Andy Here I'll elsewhere for you randy randy critic you know. Oh Poor Roger Stone. We don't think he really tried to intimidate randy credit card. Oh really like when he said. I'm coming for you motherfucker with a picture of a gun. Does that not count? That's what you would you would say that in court and then you would say excuse me. Excuse me ladies and gentlemen and would all but yeah you would you know? That's so that's been just just randy court. Credit cards spoke out about these four prosecutors and said they were decent and honorable and whatever and Ano- by the book. This is what people was severe. A it was by the book. It's not just the prosecutors. It was pre trial services and probation department. And Be Okay if you WANNA talk about harshness and by the way when you go to trial like stone did it's always a guideline sentences. Everyone knows that but in any event if you want to quibble with it you quibble within the process that you had you don't have the USA go through the next day. Kick them in the teeth and say it's not you know. Thanks but no thanks and foul and and pull the carpet out from under him. It's at that it's a hard thing to describe to co two people who haven't been the DOJ that is like DOJ one. Oh one that is a stunning rebuke. So airy we're talking about you were Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Clinton Years. I is it not just kill you to have them bring up. The Clinton impeachment is as if that was some kind of fucking standard of bipartisan. I mean and the polling was exactly flip seventy percent of the American. People didn't think he should be impeached. Didn't think they should have been investigating his private life in the first place. The fact that they're all we're using the Clinton model it's first of all no you didn't use the Clinton model and secondly the the appropriate thing to say here is oh both parties. There's no pont receive wrong. I mean I felt that at the time. Give me a break That that you the which are and remember. Clinton impeachment was after five years. I was there in ninety three. I was there when Vince Foster committed suicide and the Wall Street Journal was basically saying you know Hillary Clinton did it or whatever the the there were years of this kind of stuff and by the way what happened during that time the entire time from when it happened. White House counsel and DOJ new. You can't talk to each other. There's an investigation that concerns the White House here..
"odia" Discussed on AP News
"The Indian city of the odia has set a Guinness world record by lighting hundreds of thousands of oil lamps as part of an annual Hindu festival representatives from the Guinness world records handed over the certificate to the chief minister of the northern state of tar products after witnessing the lighting of four hundred nine thousand oil lamps they monitor the effort with the aid of drone cameras over six thousand volunteers mostly college students work to make sure that the lamps were burning the city broke its own record of three hundred thousand one hundred fifty lamps that just last year Hindus believe that their main deity lord rob was born in audio DHEA where he returned after fourteen years in exile to celebrate its return people like earth and lamps the Steelers overcome a slow start to beat the dolphins on Monday Night Football and if the peas at Josh Rowntree reports it keeps Miami winless obviously is the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied from a fourteen nothing first quarter deficit to beat the Miami Dolphins twenty seven fourteen C. this quarterback needs to read off to for two hundred fifty one yards two touchdowns and an interception in his return from a concussion rough on why don't you use misuse of for one hundred three yards in a leaping touchdown the put that's Berga head in the third quarter James Caan ran for one hundred forty five yards and a score facing his former team for the first time to do this if you make it fits Patrick twice intercepted Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick Pittsburgh goes to three and four on the year Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for one hundred ninety yards two touchdowns and two interceptions Miami drops to in seven Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh Walgreens plans to close nearly forty percent of the clinics in its stores by the end of the year the company says it'll close one hundred fifty Walgreens run clinics but it'll keep more than two hundred open that are run in partnership with health care providers drug store chains like wal green's started adding small clinics we give flu shots and handle relatively minor health issues like sinus infections years ago but analysts say the chains of struggle to make any money off these clinics which.
A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers
"This week. I traveled to California's Mendocino county to scuba dive with local. Oh abalone fishermen Jank Lincoln's and Mike Escrow from the California Ocean Protection Council to get a firsthand look the impact that warmer waters lessee the stars and a massive increase in Purple Sia jains a having on everything from Kelp to abalone. I meet up with Mike Escrow. Who's is the marine ecosystems program manager the Ocean Protection Council Luckily for me. Mike's also a dive Mazda a former C. ground fellow and and hold a master's degree from cal State Monterey Bay in Marine protected areas might where are right now. We're here at Pebble beach on the North Coast and Sonoma's county and we're going to go out and try to see some abalone but probably gonNA see a lot of very much kelp unfortunately okay so in front of us. We have this yellow bag and it's got a lot of equipment that quite remember what I'm GonNa do is so well we got right. Here is as we have your scuba tanks so all your errors in here we got your. CD that stands for buoyancy compensation device and so that's going to help you adjust buoyancy underwater as you get a little deeper grier. GonNa add some areas. You get a little shallower. You're gonNA that Samaria out. We got regulator here which we're going to hook up to the tank so that you can breathe underwater. That's important all your rubber. All your neoprene so so that's GonNa keep you nice and toasty in that water which is probably about between fifty and fifty five degrees right now so you'll be glad you have that wetsuit in that best and it sounds like you know what you're doing which which has got because I'm glad I'm here. I hope I know what I'm doing. I've been now instructor for a few years now. So what do we do next should be putting your B. C. D. on your tank so I'm going to show you how you do that. This big strap goes around. How much do we have in this tank so this is this is a steel eighty so so you got eighty cubic feet of air in here dependent on your air consumption. That's probably anywhere between thirty five fifty five minutes air but we'll be checking in judge others air supply as we go through the coal now go ahead and turn it on you can hear it pressure as and we'll test it so most important thing second-stage's. That's purge valves. If you ever get any water you can just press that right. They'RE GONNA go ahead and take a breath. Make sure it's working compressed Air Nice. This is your alternate second-stage right here so that that's just the backup so take breath. This make sure it's working right. I love that first breath of pressure as their morning warning. This is an important piece right here. Here's your console all the data. This is all the data exactly this and piece of data right there. This is how much air you have in your tank and then he got a compass sounds. Jack's going to be doing most of our navigation today but if you want I want you can play around with the compass a little bit and help you navigate under water. We're not going down deep enough or stand down long enough to worry about kind of decompression but it's going to have so that's it. I feel good all right. I feel like I know what I'm doing now. So do we get changed now. I think it's GONNA be easiest to get changed now. Okay so we got booties. They probably go on last well. Maybe the hat goes on last-second. Say here's your suit so this is about seven or eight millimeter state is gonNA keep yeah yeah okay so go ahead and get that on once. You're all suited up. I'm going to do the same okay regret pefect before I go ensued up. I asked Jiang Lincoln's and local resident who's led the campaign to bring attention to abalone collapse and who will be leading today's dive to explain the device is now calibrating okay so I work with reef check which is a volunteer data collecting organization in California and I collect abalone Loni data for them. I measure the sizes of Abalone what I'm showing you. Here are some special calipers designed by Josh Russo who is also also a reef check diver specifically for measuring Abalone so that you can do it quickly underwater and it uses a plastic paper deeper and punches so you punch the paper on this zero location then as you measure abalone you punch and then when you're finished you can take the little piece of plastic paper out and measure all the size of the abalone is very fast very efficient and we can get up to one hundred fifty punches and one tank of air which is about half of what you need and a site to build evaluated super low tech yeah the little holes there yeah so from the histogram of size you can determine the size at maturity and you can determine the spawning potential ratio which is very important important in an abalone fishery okay so now for the moment truth. I have to actually get to freezing border. Okay this moment. I'm actually pretty nervous. I remember the last time I went scuba diving looking at the world fifty feet above my head and realizing that there was actually no way that I could make it out without at and unlike like the Caribbean and the border here murky and freezing okay now. I'm working with from the beach into the ocean. Okay I just was attempting to go down to the ocean floor but it's taking me a while to sort out the the right buoyancy level for this suit and God luckily I had gloves on because we were literally crawling along the ocean floor with our hands and the Purple Patch as far as I can see which admittedly was only about five feet but they I mean they were everywhere we stay down for about twenty minutes being moved around by very strong tidal surges and a lot of the time I talked just completely claustrophobic and directionless took a lot of effort to keep president and not give into fear it also took a while for my Easter just to the pressure which at first was just the pain was so intense and just crazy to painful bear then like magic. It disappeared getting out of the water. I'm filled with just so many emotions excitement to be exiting a very foreign weld Tara at the C. Hitch an infestation gratitude for Mike keeping me safe and the complete Adrenalin high just from being on this adventure then unfortunately we just starting to cough up some blood which I find out later was normal but at the time was just shocking okay mic that that was more of adventure than house quite intense coming in the water. Thank you for being such a good guide lead. Yeah you got it man. Absolutely as a challenging day we had limited visibility at say probably no more than five feet at any given time so pretty green down there and a lot of a lot of water movement so we were. We were blown back and forth pretty pretty good but with us fun it was. I just thought I was I mean I know I am cramp but like I just suddenly be floating floating back and I'm like Mike so when you see where we came out of the warden and you're like there's a lot of said made me feel a teeny bit. That's definitely the surgeon. I've experienced but I'm not a north coast either. I'm a I'm a Monterey diver so it gets it gets way more narrowly up here. So I mean to me is far as the I could see that were purple see the actions I mean it was he couldn't see that but as far as you could see they were everywhere yeah. There were a lot of them down. There and I think the craziest thing for me was just seeing how how how much they'd grazed. I mean they'd you know urgency grazers. They eat plants. They eat algae and they'd grazed everything down to bare rock. So's is pretty much urgency. As far as the I could see I mean I've never heard of them. Described as grazes yeah that's a technical term yeah but they're there and so the sea stars used to eat them mm-hmm and then they will wiped out. Yes exactly so so what happened is the sea stars are one of the major urging predators specially a couple of big species so sunflower stars which are picnic. Odia and giant giant spine stars which are species of highs astor. Those guys got hit really hard by sea star. Wasting disease started in twenty thirteen thirteen twenty fourteen really wipe those guys out and so without those natural predators to keep him in check. The purple urging just exploded so quickly though I mean like the timeframe Yo Tokiwa Matt is just kind of like often I think about climate changes slowly moving in like this has happened quick. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty much instantaneous. Ania on a on an ecological scale which is really
Does Google purposefully make their Pixel phones a little subpar?
"When we found out that Google was making its own hardware. We were like, that's strange. Why would Google do that too? They might potentially harm all of their partners. Do you think it's possible in any world that Google makes their pixel phones to have poor video recording? We're designs. Weird screens and not so good audio in order to make a slightly sub par product. So that people can criticize it and Samsung still can sell outs of phones while we can see is that possible. Or is that crazy not when they invested two billion dollars in HTC thousand was about to say like back when back when hardware was becoming a focus for Google on the next line. And all that stuff. I would agree with you Brennan, if they did not partner up with said companies. The HCC in the same case with smartwatch. Is they do the same with hardware with with fossil? I mean right now it's clear, which is the most successful company from an economical standpoint. It's apple would does apple do that special. They own the whole banana, and so Google gives Oto yams and odium the liberty to two with Android, whatever they want. But it's like the the purpose of the nexus in its time in the pixel later was you know, what OEM's do whatever you want. Dear consumers, if you want Android the way, we envisioned it here it is. And so it's like the true Android with. No nothing else. Or do you want the variants? I mean, you can pick. It's a free market in the markets big enough for everybody. And so I feel that I know I feel that Google wants to compete, but I just Mike God like they really they really need to try harder.
"odia" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"You can never win. I just can't believe like the thing. I mean. Especially nowadays. Like now that there's so much out there about crime like I listen to so much true crime on like, I watch it on TV and podcast and stuff and always tell Chris, you know, he's like what are you doing? I'm like studying, but that's your research taken. I got it. But at the same time, it's like, I know now like what not to do like when when like like, there's this whole thing that there's a new podcast about the does Odia killer in San Francisco, and how he would tell like pull up next to a woman and be like there's something wrong with your tire. And then she would pull over and he would go get the tire iron and go to fix it. But really he was just loosening the tire. So then then she would drive and then the tired fall off. And then he would give her a ride, and then he would murderer. And it's like this whole maniacal process that people get to trick you into. I don't help cripples because Ted Bundy sorry, not open the door for you lady with no. I will tell my daughter that I will say trust your instincts. If you see if you if you're looking at a guy in an elevator. And you don't like it doesn't feel right. Don't get on the elevator. I don't care if you don't worry about his feelings. No, don't worry about like. Oh, but he'll think I'm judging. I don't give a polite trust your instincts. If you don't like the situation avoid it to I tell a lot of my girlfriends now with Tinder and all of these dating apps is I when I was dating would never let the guy pick me up. Not wait, no way. No because I don't want you to know if I live alone or not, I don't even know if my roommate's home or not I always leave a light on downstairs because I don't want you to know where I am. I'm always like, I'll meet you out. Don't worry about it. Oh, yeah. Even when I when when I lived alone. My Uber address was my pickup address was not my home. Yes. It was another house on the block. No, no. No, thanks..
"odia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"These cells which are present at the very beginning. These cells are in charge of making a next generation of you. I mean, that's the meaning of life read, that's the origin of life. These cells everything else. We think it's brain heart cetera. But I think everything else is there to support the survival of the saw there the stem cell of the species, right? So stem cell means a Celtic can create other cells and originator, sell we have stem cells for long stem cells for hearts themselves for neurons. These cells are the only cells that can make on their own all the other kinds of cells. They can make a whole person we can ask the question if they're so special. Why do they start out in the trash? Yeah. That seems like a bad place. You would think it's very curious that the germ cells arise near that position. And it's unclear why or you hide your most precious object in the trash, John. Maybe that's the plan. I don't know for some reason scientists don't know exactly why it seems like Evelyn has decided to set these cells aside at the beginning of development, which means they have to make a journey back to the middle of the embryo where their destinies will be revealed. And if they make it their remake there if they don't we don't. Okay. Okay. So so they hang around the dusty wasteland for a few days huddled against the elements wonder what does like for them. I imagine if I was in that situation. I was just wondering how this was my lot in life system. Sort of cosmic joke. The sense. I have a sense I made the important, but I'm just here. Don't know why the wasteland. So they hang out like that for a couple of days. And then. The here call it was smell call. Let's see here. There's a signal there called into action. And so the cells started migrating, they literally move. Wow. What wait? So how does this cell March? They actually extend Philip Odia which are little sell like feet is it like pops out two feet. And then it goes walking sell send out extensions and that extension has a little adhesion molecule on it like a little sticky spot. So when it puts its foot out it can pull the rest of the Silla to it. So they take a hike. Pike. Mike. And interestingly the germ cells seem to be holding hands like a long string of paper dolls. And they touch each other. As though they are the whole crowd is like going together. And after a bit of a hike big get to the wall of the embryo is like a pulsating mass. And somehow this is a very blurry period. I have to say they. Push their way through the wall. And on the other side. Just chaos there. It's like a foreign plans because what's happening is that the the embryo is just like dividing divining dividing dividing dividing. The whole embryo is developing very fast at this stage. Trying to start forming parts.
"odia" Discussed on The Chartographers
"I think especially I'll give you that compared to in my lifetime. I think the verses on hard knock life better. But I think that the hoax are weaker. And that's why I usually go back. I think that money cash hoes is lazy. And I think I I'm not gonna I disagree. I think the verses are good. But like, I just. Roll my eyes when they get to that chorus. And like that happens a couple times on here. Also, why did we need a sequel of coming of age now that that's my biggest my biggest issue? I don't think coming of age the speed of the okay in the sequel did not live up to the original. Because the original was so like, this is good so creative. I didn't. I didn't like the sequel. Right. And the thing is I mean, I still I mean. Yeah. Just fine. I love the original in the fact that he's just giving so much like fatherly advice. As like, I'm rearing. I'm showing you what what is what? And just like there's something like nice ac- about that. There's like friendship. There's bonding like aspects on here. So I don't necessarily hate it. But I feel like volume tune is very much till Joe degree a street pop album. It is one that very much late. Yeah. It was definitely I'm gonna make the street records. But hey, hey industry like this. And I got everybody anyone is just feels like such a misnomer throughout all of inwardly Nuff. I guess apparently he was nominated for Grammy for that song. Play refused to attend the ceremony because he also did not get nominated. And of course, is what was it nineteen ninety nine. So this is nineteen ninety eight to this right around writer DAI rough riders anthem. This one was was the top even over jersey amount period. You had had five number one album is in a row, which is just like blows my mind because not you don't, you know, I told I have yet here mean like loved the amiss odeal Odia. He has a very different. Yeah. Style. He's not typical like any other rapper at that time. Like, I don't even necessarily know what is closest where anything like that. But he was pretty off. So like if I could definitely understand especially like, if you're revisiting stuff up you have idea of what rappers rap like that here. It added so far left is like sounds kind of weird. But those albums I love those albums dark. Hell Hellas, right. Let's by the Mets goes up there for me. And like my list when it comes to the greatest artist when talk about top twenty done the inventions from Beijing. So you were with leverage JC your life. You're they're only I know. So here's. Here's the question. Then are really having this question between volume one volume two at this point. Because honestly gonna bring it up again blueprint to still sticking her for each shit. I'm blueprint, but that's the that's the problem with implant too because it's such a long album, and it has good moments. But it has some there and you have to wait over them together. I know there might be some highlights on their comparative to the other ones, but God the bad ones on. Honestly, I think blueprint to is is a better record than you're giving credit for like is it coming up soon. Sure. But I think that volume wanted to are absolutely below it. We can talk about it. If you really want to. Yeah. I'm gonna fight you can buy for Hobie baby is hard as you want. Or maybe is perfectly fun is a fuck it stupid at. Really? Or song? Hobie baby is like it's. Oh, it's like he's retinoid. Yeah. The watcher on so far ahead of time which on the ninth flip behind onto passions. What those lyrical gymnastics demand seized on unholy vein to the lyrical jams though. They're gymnastics. What's like, Jay z? Really? Honestly, can I be honest here? I don't like oh three bunny, CLYDE, I really. I don't like there are so many Jay Z beyond say collaboration at this. Like that's over. Right. Doesn't even reach the top ten of the right of me..
"odia" Discussed on Download
"But find fascinating this discussion that Christine are you wearing more on on Twitter yesterday where it becomes for media. Hype approach is that device where look is not it is me, you know, kind of situation is really is not like that. The the ipad pro is wrong. It just doesn't fit me. And that's okay. But people become really sensitive about it as if that almost that their workflow dozen fit the ipad Odia wear round is a shortcoming of themselves right to justify yourself or not. Wanted to use the night, but bro. No, no, you're dead on. And I think the part of that though, is it goes back to kind of your initial point which was telling the story, and how you know, how Apple's telling the story I think that a lot of apple users and people who consider themselves fans have become so accustomed to the story being told which is this is a better way of doing computing. This is a better way of kind of getting things done whenever that win. The story isn't told or when it's being told in a way that doesn't make sense the initial maybe instinct weirdly is to like self blame which is so dumb. But yeah, I think you're right. Like, no one should have to justify why doesn't work for for them or for for their for their workflows. There are plenty of people that I think like I said at the start that I think the people that'll be great for. But it it is this an propolis this weird balancing line where they have to you know. Loudly proclaim. We love the MAC we love the knock. We loved the MAC when we all kind of see what's coming in the distance, you know, which is ultimately the replacement for the MAC. Yeah. It's a it's a weird situation. And. It's going to it's going to continue like memorial. Like yet. We get it. You are amazing at making these things like we everybody agrees, but where's the other piece of it? And then, you know, any hopes of like new software pieces this week. We're also dash there aren't secret new software pieces that apple is releasing with this that make it socially, totally better. That's going to be at twenty nine hundred which means that you want to buy one of these things. Now, you have to don't ever assume that everything's going to get sold with a software update you have to buy based on what it can do now. And the ipad is great. But it's got lots of limitations that that are not in the speed of the processor that make it difficult or impossible for some tasks that are what some people need a computer for..
"odia" Discussed on Wild Thing
"Food. Okay. Let's go over what the experts no Bigfoot exists. So I have seen firsthand evidence of something may have left. These gigantic footprints first pair I ever found were fourteen and a half inches and the step length was sixty inches indisputable facts. And we now no longer have to talk about Odia believes us what? Yeah. The exists. There's no question about that. They exist as much as Irish people exists that beer, tastes, good. You know, pizzas magnificent. These are facts. Yes. Got it zask watches as real as the hand in front of my face. There's no evidence of sasquatch. Okay. Bigfoot doesn't exist. Footprints are not evidence. Because you did not see what made the footprint. There's not a shred of proof not a single drop of evidence. No one's ever found evidence of unicorns leprechauns or fairies. We're resigned to believe that. That's wordsmith. But sasquatch is different. It's in the trace evidence. It's in the physical evidence. Right. The physical evidence like footprints and poop, and we know varies are fake sewer unicorns because unlike those guys we've got photo and video Bigfoot Grady videos blurry, photographs that's not evidence. It's not. Okay. Right. So none of those count on other people found hair and said, well, it's primate, but it's not gorilla or rang a Tang or human. We don't know what it is hair. Great. But I'm really confused now. Yes, we have evidence or no we have nothing because all of this back and forth is giving me whiplash. It doesn't seem like there's a lot of consensus on Bigfoot evidence and opinions on what counts is solid proof very widely. So it looks like we're going to have to go through it piece by piece and figure out exactly what it all adds up to. I'm Laura Krantz. And this is Wild Thing a series about sasquatch science in society, the search for Bigfoot and why we want so badly for it to be real..
At least 1 dead in multiple fires, gas explosions north of Boston
"A series of explosions in three towns north of Boston had left at least one person dead and more than a dozen others injured state police confirmed seventy explosions house fires or reports of gas odors in the region. Thursday Joseph Solomon is police chief in the town of Methuen offices arrived they were dispatched by Lawrence to multiple houses. They triage injured people. I don't know what the injuries were. It's been a couple of hours, but you can tell it's still a little bedlam Odia, and we do now this at least one serious injury. I'm aware of and multiple minor injuries. Authorities have told residents who hadn't already left their homes in the Andover north Andover. To get out. It's unclear what caused the explosions, but all of the homes were linked to the same gas lines, which are now undergoing safety
"odia" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Ganic it makes it natural automatically or just subconsciously being who you wanna be so you don't have to consciously control your behavior becomes natural and actually it can grow very fast obviously so just to your point about the fact that yes you absolutely have to change your relationships yes it is going to be painful there's a lot of pain involved in all of this and i think that's actually one of the components of the book is dealing with unhealthy emotions one of the big problems with positive psychology is that it's based on a hedonistic worldview in basically what hedonism presents it's a philosophical perspective that says that you know you should pursue pleasure and avoid pain like and basically the fundamental component of most of positive psychology i did it only positive emotions matter that's why there's this huge emphasis on being happy which obviously we all want there's a different perspective of of happiness in philosophy called unum odia and that's kind of more what ryan holiday in those kind of people study that's more like pursuing meaning or virtue or doing hard things you know in the end living a meaningful life in that approach to happiness absolutely you're going to have to go through hard things absolutely you're going to have to go through loss absolutely you're going to have to in that you can actually get a lot of positive outcomes psychologically by going through hard things by dealing with even negative emotions negative emotions can produce very positive things and i think when you hear that it's very obvious i think that's one of the big things about this book that's different is that i'm not gonna just tell you to have a positive mindset in that things are going to work actually no you have to change your life and it's going to be hard to be painful but it's the only way to get to that place where you wanna be because you and your environment are one and if you want to change anything you have to change everything i love the environment shaping our behavior shaping our personality concept so i'd love to wrap with some nuts and bolts on how to create what you refer to as high pressure environments and so first of all what pressure high pressure i don't wanna.
"odia" Discussed on Risky Business
"On aws if you buy windows instances turns out that samba so yeah i'm hoping that amazon cut advance this bug and patch but yeah odia the internet is pretty much held together with sticky type isn't it well it really is and actually you know it's a one two punch this week 'cause we got another comedy bug courtesy of cisco yes cisco they always reliable provider of comedy bugs they're cisco prime collaboration provisioning service pcp terribly acronym by the way that's like a thing for sitting in machines a management anyway tons hard coded possibilites you can just call it a log in and get route right exactly what i want from centralized provisioning systems a good stuff cisco top work let everyone logging with a haircut create again well they are the world's leading provider of hod cardi credentials it does say that that is a mantle i can climb adam that he's actually eat for the week's news i do appreciate your time my friend and i'll speak to you again next week talk to you then pet who had a that was insomnia securities adam bilo there with a look at the week's security news headlines it is time for our announcement section now and this week i'm just going to basically repeat last week and encourage all the types out there to go check out vm rise latest release version two point two they're offering a thirty day free trial so you can use this to analyze binary is in the super special vm so yeah do go register fuel thirty day trial and stop throwing some samples at see if you like it the major change division two point two is the ui so if you haven't looked at it in a while now is a good time to check it out you can go to vm ray dot com slash trial to sign up okay it he's talking for this week's feature segment now and the topic is about i guess what we're supposed to do about the modern trend of countries acting like the soprano family on the internet think of the cleaner supply china tack wannacry not pat ya.
"odia" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"This is observers it made their complicated not will you had that kind of record in the postseason all tom own seven nobody's worse luke in new york city lava stephen a all to me he will build a more right man i've got two things i want to show i wanna talk about the gave conversely maxi cleveland and i want to talk about the giants take it barkley all right here's it i think the john should absolutely barkley i will say it should be a question i think he's all world callan i think he's the best player coming out of the draft i don't buy into these quarterback just want to hear what you said that that and then isaiah thomas i don't think he should get the max at all i mean i think he goliath odia defense i think danny angel's the best yet been in the nba him down i think he knows what he's doing there was a reason why he got rid of them there's a week money went after kyrghiz discovery is the vast square and isaiah thomas was not just one here with you have to say on those two points well well listen listen carr re may die thomas may not be the max play the car reorganising that's fair carrier of a destroys a score machinery by the good average nearly 29 points a game for you you gotta find a way to pay them is just as simple the other side that to this that i would say to you is that he may not be a max play a pretty say but in today's nba con me isaiah thomas is worth more than one hundred fifty million dollars is just a fact in today's mba economy he is worth more than one hundred fifty million dollars now i don't blame danny age for move it him because he had a chance to get kyrghiz but we also need to recognize that have.
"odia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The san francisco police department again and this time ask about the content of his father's file maybe what's in there we'll shed some light my mom went in met the now former chief of the san francisco police department and he told her judy what gary's father went on to do would make what he did to you and gary seen inconsequential the information and gary's fathers file is so heinous in it would destroy you so you tell gary to drop it i am so be beaten down i've got no energy love in what she called i told you know what mom i'm done i'm done and i did i drafted that day that was april six two thousand four and on july thirty first two thousand four having completely forced every memory of my father every hope of ever finding out what the real story was i turn on the television and see this wanted posters from the san francisco police department from a cold case in the hair stands up on the back of my neglect is doing right now and i just may be i led out inaudible something because my son comes running from his room in his exboxer playstation and he says he sees i'm looking at the tv i guess he sees the color drained from my face he says that issue the forty years search for the saudi at killer remains unless the fine cold case zodiac assemble at now stands for tara in san francisco in this day police have never arrested a suspect is odia mclane he was responsible for more than three dozen killing this guy is a pathological psycho killer there is no doubt about it gary's launching a new special on the killer whipped hair i california in the late sixty his victims mainly women bella really made that though yet infamous is the way he openly not the police he send cryptic messages or ciphers to the brain claiming that they contained is identity no one ever crack that code but the.
"odia" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Like the bird and playground like but will play grant and it's designed for kids to play in it and it's run you'll like it you can do it with him yeah okay i'll i'll started off and i asked him leaked it to me yeah there you go say hey i just found this programme what is this do and let him let him figure it out surely will yeah it's really wonderful actually they did a very nice job job i i that's why i love talking to you because eight it i i told him that i speak to you looked at me like dumb at he says knowingly talking about grandpa i call you unglue i was literally calmly they'd you should do this nice to so many years already he runs over to grandma and he said he told me the truth you make an uncle leo up what is this all about tell named after lee odia that's right yes so he wants to swap watch right oh wow and what you want i know what are you want he wants to build a little games on the swat why you can't so just tell them this knock it off seriously not i mean you can play very rudimentary games the problem with smart watches a of course is y you know it's a tiny little screen but be in order to preserve battery life they can't put a real game on here best they can do an apple does this with their apple watch is have interact with games that are on the phone there and they are kind of dopey games are not the kind of games he likes like minecraft or action games there are things like you're in a space spaceship and you're running out of oxygen and every ten minutes it gives you another message things like that is they're they're not fun for a nine old okay here's one something only soro tix honored cold game ban in no doubt first of all by time learn from me i've wasted so much money on kickstarter anybody can set up a kickstarter and the problem is lots of these people have great ideas but have no experience getting stuff made in china which all of this stuff has to be made china and so and so they end up not shipping a product i bought so.
"odia" Discussed on WCTC
"You like it you can do it with him okay i'll i'll spoil it up and asked him to me yeah there you go say hey i just found this program what does this do and let him let had figure it out to a will it's really wonderful actually they do that very nice job i i that's why i love talking to you we go to it i told him that i speak to you looked at me like dumb lawyer he says you talking about grandpa i call you unglue i almost literally called me and you should do this to so many years already he runs over to grandma and he said he told me the truth you make inaugu leo up what is is all about tell him named after lee odia that's right yes so he warned won't watch right oh wow and what do you want i know what he wanted he wants to build a wall games on the swat why you can't so just tell them this knock it off seriously not i mean you can play very rudimentary games the problem with smart watches a of course is y you know it's a tiny little screen but be in order to preserve battery life they can't put a real game on here best they can do and apple does this with their apple watch these have interact with games that are on the phone there and they are kind of dopey games are not the kind of games he likes like minecraft or action games there are things like you're in a space spaceship and you're running out of oxygen in every ten minutes it gives you another message things like that is they're they're not fun for a nine year old okay who's one jumping nearly store kickstarted cold game ban in no doubt first of all by learn from me i've wasted so much money on kickstarter anybody can set up a kickstarter and the problem is lots of these people have great ideas but have no experience getting stuff made in china which all of this stuff asked to be made in china and so and so they end up not shipping a product i bought so many products of that just didn't live up to their promise or i never got so be very kickstarter and they even say that it's not a store your helping a company develop a product that may or may not make it to.
"odia" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Find a question you call yourself a crypto anarchist is that correct i have a my my shown odia no us info stripped anarchist what does it mean to be a crypto egner 'cause i know what ataturkist a joker in batman is an anarchist right um i mean not the best representation of it but yeah because people have bird we got the mazi's deserves those atticus what does it mean to be a crypto anna's could that's a a portent qualify yeah yeah are not the joker you're not a berkeley and tifa and tifa yeah you're a burly construed ron and so yes basically um the saifur punk movement essentially tries to and which is comprised of many crypto anarchist is largely focused on people preserving peoples on property broadly construed and their privacy broadly construed using the internet and the wonderful mathematical signs of the crew applied for tiger femur to preserve those rates got it so privacy is one privacy is a very strong component of this and owning your own and and and sovereignty in a way like oh you on what you own people can't take it from you yeah it's a very i mean inner kiss tend to have the focus on like private rates for you which will um and not believing in large entities being able to lake conscripted into war for example thinks the at against other folks so it's an emphasis only personal responsibility in private rates what do you think the impact of cryptocurrency will be on.
"odia" Discussed on KOIL
"In the sky a woman clothed with the son with the moon under her feet and honor headed crown of twelve stars she was with child and waited allowed in pain as she laboured to give birth she gave birth to a sauna male child is destined to rule all the nations with an iron rod a summary of of what that is on september one september 23rd this year just a few days little under three thirty days from now the sun will be in the soviet constellation virgoe and if you in following along are telling me or of those you don't they say that what's going to happen to your is that this constellation burgo each position it represents that that woman is clothe with the sun the moon will be at her feet the bill the moon will be in the feet of virgo immunitor feet but nine stars of his odia constellation leo plus three planets mercury venus in mars we'll be at the head of virgoe which means the crown of twelve stars will be around the head of virgoe honor had a crowd of twelve stars as they say in the scripture honor had a crown of twelve stars the planet jupiter will be at the center of virgo and as the weeks paths after the september the 23rd jupiter will exit mirror go to the east pasture feet so to speak she was with child according to the scripture she was with child and wailed allowed in pain as she laboured to give birth to people are saying is jupiter leaves virgoe it'll be that she's giving birth to jupiter or the jupiter's passing through jupiter is the largest of the planets the king of the planets and lift the it it's the god of the planet she gave birth to a son a male child destined to rule all the nations with an iron rod now i know that there are a lot of people that argue that this is the side the sky booed something that it's different it's a lot different than and the people are taking this out of context but it is in my opinion something momentous and i know that some people argue the scriptures about both the birth of christ v the queen of israel or israel is the woman in all this okay well that's what a lot of preachers tell you but there are a lot.
"odia" Discussed on WGIR-AM
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