24 Burst results for "Okuda"

"okuda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"okuda" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Did really when i think about the etl use cases they seem kind of straight for you know get some data from someplace maybe process it and store it someplace else but when i think about process automation it often feels like a harder problem. There are decisions to be made conditions to be thought about filtering to do. Can you talk about how. That's all possible in the no code world with difficulty. I think actually hit the nail on the head for a really hard problem here quite often. It's like the decision logic. That's the hardest. Bit of logic in no code is is is just really not easy. You went up happening is you. Need to have to use that to work around in hacks to try and get a complex decision process to work. Luckily with acsi of where where chrome extensions so we can do something that's up you can't do which is to hand back to the end user to make a decision so you can have a workflow. Okay the ball does a number of steps but then you hand back to an end user to to act like a human being to to make a decision and then hand back to a ball detect carry on. That's what we do now with a lot of things but it's it's a bit of a privilege from basically being a crime extension and being attached to end uses which isn't something some of these other workflow tools that run in the background house if i think about some type of software like. Let's say a paintbrush or a drawing application to go one. I feel like i could just get started. I have a pretty good sense of the primitives. There's paint and change the color add text. There's these sort of intuitions at someone figured out a long time ago because courts paint programs are old no code workflow and process. Automation is new. Do you feel that those same primitives exist already or do you have to invent the language that axiom uses. Mold is a little bit of both now that you mention it. What's really interesting is a primitive is the table and spreadsheets structure. So like if you're a coda you think about lots of different data types. United arguably data is more important than the algorithm data really defines the algorithm. What we've actually found is non. Curtis i think in terms of spreadsheets. That is that's like the data primitive and by how about axiom automations works for example the starting point is usually when you is usually a spreadsheet if you want to do et l. Some we'll think about in terms of a spreadsheet structure so we do have that primitive the more complicated primitives. I think revolve around. I guess things in the user interface that people have done before. That's when we're kind of like making up new concepts. There's a few. I like you know again is sort of harks. Back to programming primitives as well like teaching to teaching. An okuda concept of variable is one the variable might be like okay what you put into the form and getting them to think in those terms but I would say there's actually an analog to this usually leica an unlocked everything in programming your particular in our no code paradigm this. There's an unlocked to something somewhere. Like for example sub routines concepts like polymorphism abstraction. That actually will do come in. But you don't use those words.

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"okuda" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

06:57 min | 11 months ago

"okuda" Discussed on Niners Nation

"All right michelle. Let's get into some of these individual player props. I love props why i feel like i have a better chance of getting one tiny individual properties than something like the spread the overall over under for the game. Which i know is totally ridiculous. 'cause i clearly don't but for some reason in my head it makes sense. Oh yeah. I'm all about the player props. I think like the most obvious ones on the have this in the bank and then you know it doesn't hit. It seems so obvious. How did it not hit. Vegas knows so the first guy i want to focus on his deebo samuel who. I thought looked fantastic and week. One leah luna had the stat of the week. I felt like when he pointed out that deebo. I believe had six five or six targets of ten or more yards down the field last week. He only had eight of those targets all of last season. So i like the fact that they're trying to maybe used him as more of a traditional wide receiver as opposed to just like a guy that they run jets sweeps within reverses with and stuff like that the over-under for yards on the game for fifty eight. And a half where you're going that's low. But they the falcons did keep covering relate only fifty one which i would seek release a better overall beagles cascal yet. The eagles did sorry And then also we. This is the big thing of this. The lions defense is the worst. They were worst last year. Depot is being covered by jeff okuda for most game before he got injured. He was the worst corner in the entire. Nfl last year according to pf with their coverage greats so and divas a fantastic wide receiver. So he's going to be the guy out like that who's just terrible and coverage. And that's what he beat out a okuda there to get his long touchdown I do think i involved. My goodness i don't know that's a hard line i might there. I think they scheme him touches any so good after the catch. I'm still going to take the over there. But i don't think i i see more closer to eighty yards than i do him getting anywhere close to what he did lash last week. So let me ask you this. What do you feel better about the over under on yards being fifty eight and a half or the over under on catches at five and a half. I feel better about the catches. I think they'll get him like. I said they're going to get them involved. They're going to scheme touches. I just don't know what that will turn into. The i think is fascinating to me. Because you're right. If i you can big game you're probably not going to get two big games from the niners wide receivers. Usually it's kind of like one one or the other deebo said going into the season that he felt the best he has felt since he's gotten to the nfl including his rookie year. He's sure look like it in week once. I hope it they keep it going. Because he's he's just fun to watch they get the ball and it's like look out he will just absolutely dominate you. How he's one of the most fun wide receivers watch he's tough. He's not going to let anyone bring him down without putting up a fight. He's a fun guy to watch. I'll i have to see what he can do against. You know not the worst corner in the nfl. That's fair. george. Kitto over under on yard. Sixty eight and a half. I actually thought they got the ball to kill a little more and week. One did you see. I don't know if you saw the still photo it's fantastic. He catches the ball against the lions. And he's trying to break a tackle and it looks like a stiff arm. But when you actually look at the picture george. Kiddo has a fist so it's punch and just punching people out there on the field as he runs down like the eagles linebackers are terrible. They should absolutely use your kindle to capitalize on that he to me should have between eighty one hundred. So i if they don't if he doesn't hit the over. I'll be frustrated. Yeah i'm taking over there. I mean his average is the over. He gets like seventy five receiving yards. a game. got close to that last week. I or actually yeah. He got over that seventy receiving yards. I am taking the over there. I'll never bet against my dad. George biddle you know these two good for the forty niners that those are the biggest ones. Those are the most interesting ones to me. Kill deebo the. I accept board so we can't really no let's flip it over and go to the other side. 'cause we talked about the forty niners defense. How so banged up in this one. They're down a lot of guys. The jalen hurts passing. Or actually we'll start with the rushing yardage for this game jalen hurts rushing yardage for the game is forty eight and a half yards to me if the eagles are going to have any shout to win. He's got to go over that like he needs to use his legs a lot. Because i feel like bosa and ford are going to rush in. Get up the field so fast there's going to be rush lanes for for jalen hurts to me. I don't see any way he doesn't go at least fifty rushing yards. Yeah i think he'll definitely get that. But i don't think that's the only way he can win. I don't think you're i think you're discounting. He's a good passer right. And i said that coming into the season it was a terrible situation for him last year. Now i i don't know if the forty niners will be other great pressure on him. That thirty quarterback pressure percent last week for the forty niners middle of the league but they did blitz nine times which is quite a lot compared to everyone else. You know. They had eighteen quarterback pressures like to compare the steelers only twice and they also had eighteen quarterback pressures. So you have so many injuries right now on the defense on that defensive line i think they might struggle because the equal the eagles offense align is really really really good and you can't blitz. Jalen hurts too much because like you said he's gonna take off now. I did think that said way more opportunities to run last week. And he didn't take them and he still has over. Forty eight rushing yards. So i'd take the over there. But i think this is going to be really really hard matchup for the eagles who are struggling and for the forty niners who are struggling in their secondary right now. Bosa actually said ya on thursday that His scouting report on jalen hurts is that he's not looking to run like he uses his legs to extend the play but he's still looking downfield as opposed to kyle murray who we said always wants to take off and run so that'll be an interesting factor too. I think hurts will have options either way. I think that the niners secondary's beat up right. Now and davante smith and jane rigor are going to be able to get away especially you know if if hurts can create a little extra time for them but if hurts wants to run as well i think he's going to have options. I think of all the props. The over the forty eight and a half rushing yards to me. I think that's the one. I'm most comfortable with. What do they have. Devante smith at for receiving yards. Because i i think this matchup is very interesting. And you know the rookie lenore. He held his own last week. And he's look good in the preseason now he was covering guys like trinity benson guy that we'd never heard of in life so this will be a much harder matchup and it'll tell us for rail this dude for real ferrall. I'm excited to see this matchup. Where does vegas have smith at for receiving yards. They have them at forty nine and a half woo so loaded me. It does but you know..

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"okuda" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"okuda" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"It there were technical logistical and military issues And bad leadership that affected the will continue trend and towards the end they exacerbated even further and resulted in the quick claps off the Upon us on into on hand there was also a psychological component to all of this on the way to the taliban were perceived by were received by the united states other countries The way they were conducting their propaganda underground. The all played a role on in the matter. And we have to go. I mean it's gonna take years to unpack. What happened how it happened. But it's a very complex picture and this commenting prison biden. Said would just point out because you were just playing his club Few points before. I go talk. What what hour and what. It means now where we are right now. First of all. He's i think the decision to withdraw troops. A decision made by the us president. I will not comment on that. But there was some inaccuracy. What he said first of all the fact that at the soldiers were not willing to die. Refund stan just done have to take my word for it. Go look at the the united nations assistant mission. In a font report the casualty reports of war for very long time at fewest had almost no casualty an honest on wor whereas there were thousands of soldiers. Dying every day fighting for the republic or the government side So idea that soldiers were not willing to fight is just an is not as true The soldiers did surrender on mass especially towards the end. It has a complex that you can go into it. It was some political decisions made to keep outposts solar outpost that could not be supported and taught is late those posts were able to Surrender and that caused a momentum that other soldiers were looking at their fellow. Soldiers spending on mass and demoralized and often be were feeling that they may not be actually fighting that hard and just surrender because they were afraid that if they fight hard that would also be supported and will be isolated and they're talking about always also proved a brutal on when they actually ran over a post so just just at that aspect for the fact that soldiers will not linked to you just inaccurate. She can look at the data and see how many soldiers were dying every day until very an and competent american troops with towards the us. That's a good thing was had no casualty in upon us. Almost no casualty nepal. The other issue from his speech was that he was not willing to accept any responsibility. It was as if the us was there. I'm just bystander. Disorders were there at The for some reason. Afghans were in charge of everything and they failed at now us athlete. It just a very disingenuous the statement. Us athens often leaders. He mentioned and who are to blame before they absolutely must be blamed for what happened. A boat contributed to what we what happened to fondest on many many aspects of governance and policy decisions conduct a war. All for the owners issues. Were either americans advised on. They were making stop involved. They wars an army of consultants. Angios development provide service providers Involved in all aspects of our health education to finance any aspects. You can imagine similar with the military Work closely together. I do admit. And i absolutely believe the sponsor limited to protect the palestine ultimately was an offense but whatever the outcome was in the leadership and corrupt governments. Which were all truth on the. Us had a role to play It doesn't mean that you sort of state longer. But that's what i mean. But i'm just saying that. The way to president biden was the distancing. Us from everything that happened to pass two years is just disingenuous. I'm just inaccurate and finally with regard to the federal. I said. I'm not gonna comment on whether it was right or wrong thing but i do believe it was not handled. Well it was handled in a way to create it. And we're just a gap unsecured. It was handled in a way to demoralize and create a cycle. we're gonna naked Environmental it was was handled in a way was in rush to actually get out troops. Four southbound make many concessions to the taliban a widow getting much in return for example five thousand taliban troops while we're released under immense pressure from the united states. So i mean we can talk about how it was handled and towards the end the way to evacuation was handled in such do. Just just just horrible do your question. Okuda taliban are and it is a complex movement It has its history has been morphing into defend things at different time what you can say that it has been an effective insurgency and they were able to cause the f. on government to collapse That's that's certain that it is something we've certainly not debatable In terms of why and how. They did it and what they want to do. That's a murky pressure. They had a narrative presented to the fighters to recruit and more motivated to fight at involve establishment of sharia understanding of islamic law which is not shared by most app in a shared by some funds. But not most They also talked about getting the foreigners whom they considered occupiers and invaders out of the country. those kind of the motives that were they presented the soldiers but also undergone. It was a very complex picture of people. Joined todd for different reasons. Some sometimes often local dynamics protection for a also is taking advantage the opportunity. I'm be given to someone who was part of the in terms of Power and other come. From being of militia 'support underground is a complex picture. Obviously ideologically-motivated actors underground as well In terms of how what gonna be when they actually come into power we have one reference point when they were empowered. That's ninety ninety. Nine hundred ninety s they ruled brutally and there are. I mean more ward is similar with an app pens have experienced that i had how big rule. That's wonderful phone. The question is have the change. Will they govern differently. You pointed out that there have been different messaging. They have announced national amnesty. They have said that they encourage people believe that women can continue education and work on their to conditions that are not clarified yet They have done some positive gesture so far for example as you pointed out at representative talk to a presenter woman presenter that's a welcome development the also allowed the she s upon stan which are a minority. They don't follow the dominant sick. The islamic in opponents on they are minority sizable minority enough honest on. She has allowed them to continue the rituals of our shootout which is an important ritual or does she is involves a lot of public acts off a self Lugging other aspects happens. Every year in upon that the taliban allowed there will be wind actually to some of those events and they showed solidarity. That's a positive thing..

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"okuda" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast

Paul Pickett Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"okuda" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast

"What what makes you stand out from the rest and in ages go beaches because better abusing that person. 'cause we're totally respect the guy that's working out. How good you music is. If you ain't working harder than the next man respect you out. Respect people were hardy light. So you know where you just sit back and watch it us work as an artist. I have zero respect for you. I don't care how hot soggy rock chairs were. You can sell jazy of it into a biggie. All in would then. If you ain't working i don't respect you as a man demanded. Does it work so. Don't watch us work just because you make hot newsy doesn't mean we will open up the floodgates. Oh my god you still gotta work because of that. We don't respect you. We don't respect grown men that don't work desk caught a ball bed caught a ban kingston's own two feet. You don't minute any women to take care of him for the rest of their life. Okuda lewis bobby. You know his whole life you still. His mommy's houses whole life fifty six years old can't even pay never lived out on your own as bad you know you know real life like never pay it all real bills. No rent paid on your groceries. You know you ain't done that for multiple years in your life your pathetic you know so. Don't watch us work putting work work hard man yourself just because you see us working. Does it be you know the job is done. And you gotta you gotta loud and things that you gotta do yourself make you break your views. It s pretty much how it goes man. So you know that's what it is. You know this is promo palace. Llc paul pick it you know you could check us out at promo pal dot biz. Eighty castles dot net planet. Play with dot

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"okuda" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"They are but tight ends. Receivers. Their hit rate on quarterbacks didn't much running backs their average. Where Colin was raw shocked. Not much shock me this weekend, Detroit Lions did not move the number three pick. Matt Patricia went nine twenty two in one. They need players by the way Minnesota this weekend. Green Bay solidified the interior, offensive line and running game. Detroit just got a couple of good players I I don't get it. It did that was depicted me. I understood that the giants didn't move. If one of the teams that wanted to quarterback moved up. But I. I don't I. Don't get it. I did did Detroit get paralyzed because they didn't get the perfect trade thing to me? If you like Jeff Okuda, you could about move down to spots. If Miami would have given you a third round. Pick just move down to spots another pick and Get Jeff Okuda I I just didn't get it by the lines. I missed where Colin was right. The SEC is college football. Can we stop arguing fifteen first round pick sixty three total lsu add more players drafted in the first round, the entire pack twelve in two thousand and twenty Lemme discribe what college football is to you. The SEC Clemson Ohio state. Oklahoma's close. I I don't know why we argue this. If you take Oklahoma out of the big twelve, it's not even the same conference. If you Ohio state out of the big ten, it's they didn't even look like the same conference. You can even take Alabama last year out of the SEC. They still win the National.

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Hello Joe! Bengals take Heisman winner Burrow 1st overall

Glenn Beck

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Hello Joe! Bengals take Heisman winner Burrow 1st overall

"LSU quarterback Joe burrows first pick in the NFL draft borough taken by the bangles as expected as he becomes the third straight Heisman Trophy winner to be taken first overall the Washington Redskins would follow up taking Ohio state defensive lineman chase young with the second overall pick his book out teammate Jeff Okuda going third to the Detroit

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Chargers Trade Into First Round, Select LB Kenneth Murray

First Light

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Chargers Trade Into First Round, Select LB Kenneth Murray

"Will draft virtual version opened up last night Cincinnati had the number one overall pick and surprised no one by going with LSU's Joe burrow third street here that the first choice in the draft was the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback from the previous year after Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray Burlington high school in Athens Ohio about three hours away from Cincinnati so it's almost like going home Washington selected Ohio state rush and chase young also local pick he grew up in the Maryland suburbs of DC some experts graded him as the best overall player in the draft young's Ohio state teammate cornerback Jeff Okuda was chosen third by the lions and then it was back to the S. E. C. for Georgia tackle Andrew Thomas taken by the giants and Alabama quarterback tua Tagovailoa going to the dolphins at number five and another quarterback Justin Herbert of Oregon when number six to the Chargers as a possible replacement for Philip rivers the first trade of the night came at pick thirteen as Tampa Bay moved up one spot by trading was San Francisco allow the bus to take Iowa tackle Triston worst to protect Tom Brady slack very valuable members of the fourteenth choice and a fourth round pick to the Niners who also sent a seventh rounder to the box later there were three trades in the space of four selections at number twenty three twenty five and twenty six New England traded out of the first round allowing the Chargers to snag Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray the forty Niners traded up with the Vikings to tab receiver Brandon Aoki from Arizona state and the Packers made a deal with the dolphins that allow them to move up and choose Utah state's Jordan love the fourth quarterback taken on day one and now the heir apparent to Aaron

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"okuda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With the third pick in the twenty twenty NFL draft the Detroit Lions select Okuda defensive back Ohio state it was the price to me I mean a I've seen my name in the fort Collins at honestly we notice we got and had no idea what was the phone outs on them we're gonna make the most this is after hours with Amy Lawrence it was a bit of a surprise not just to pick himself the the lions newest member of the defense Jeff Okuda out of Ohio state but it was also a pick two people or a surprise pick two people who were watching I think those were inside the NFL family of analysts and experts and insiders were expecting that the lions were going to trade out of this three pack in fact as recently as twenty four hours ago well I sat here in this chair the super secret home base and told you Hey there's a lot of buzz that Miami and Detroit are going to swap their first round pick to back our top five picks but here's what we heard from the lions they never got an offer they were willing to draft lower maybe number five maybe farther down they were willing to trade out and to wait until later on Thursday to get what they were looking for but they didn't get an offer lots of conversations no actual trade offer and so Jeff Okuda became the second consecutive pick out of Ohio state and interestingly enough with Joe burrow having been a member of the Buckeyes his junior season you have three guys who were on the same roster in two thousand seventeen so kind of fun to be a to see the the three picks who were all teammates.

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"okuda" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on WTVN

"A mac dot US eight M. AC dot US traffic and weather for Columbus radio six ten WTVN fourteen thousand one hundred and forty two cases of cove in nineteen in the Buckeye state governor Mike DeWine as we move and we'll be announcing this on Monday as we moved to open up more of Ohio get more people back to work we want to do it in a in a careful way and we won't do it in a way that engenders confidence in people there is a one county in Ohio that is not had one single case of curve in nineteen that would be Vinton county south of Columbus east of Ross and south of Hocking county last night in the NFL draft the top three picks were all former Buckeyes at one point quarterback Joe burrow went to the Bengals chase young to the red skins and quarter Jeff Okuda went to the lions for more the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I rob carpenter more news the latest traffic and accurate weather just minutes away at the top of the hour news radio six ten WTVN his dream to rock spring events is still going strong you'll save thousands on new Hondas with financing from zero point nine percent every new Hyundai he's on sale of course CRB HRV pilot passport Odyssey and bridge line and you can drive with no payments for ninety days thousands with financing from zero point nine percent and make no payments for ninety days during the dream garage spring is going on now at your central Ohio.

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"okuda" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He's Kinda, gone with the rake over the milk arguments being that you already have a rake, but the rakes on sale and it's a rake. You don't buy it because you actually need milk. That's. I think that's a condensed version. Of Your analogy more the draft taking the best player available if you're if you're a bad team, a bottom third team just take athletes like just figure out where they go early. Like Carolina's rebuilding their defense, just get the best athlete defensively, but if you're a team like the chargers, and you don't have a lot of needs. You gotta get or like Philadelphia Philadelphia. Need speed at wide receiver. Here's my argument on this joy, so let's say I'm Philadelphia and I the one place I'm desperate as wide receiver, so I have a wide receiver forty third on my board. What I don't need. Is A for instance a defensive tackle with them and he is eight. Thirty third on board WHO DO I take. I take the receiver, because of course so to me. This idea that you just have this linear group this this list and you just go best guy available. If guys are close, and you desperately need speed at wide receiver with the Eagles do then you gotta take the wide receiver right? I mean if they're close. If somebody that was say at the top in the top three on your board somehow managed to drop to you then that's a different conversation, but child happen if chase, young's available at thirteen. Draft him right. Right Jeff not. Jeff Okuda's available at eight I mean not you just outside of the chargers who have three corners you have to take? Jeff Okuda if he's available at six outside. The chargers are probably an exception where they have multiple.

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"okuda" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He's Kinda gone with the rake over the milk arguments being that you already have a rake but the rakes on sale. And that's a rake. You don't buy it because you actually need milk. That's I think that's a condensed version of your analogy more the draft. Taking the best player available. If you're if you're a bad team of bottom third team just take athletes like just figure out where they go early like Carolina's rebuilding their defense. Just get the best athlete defensively. But if you're a team like the chargers and you don't have a lot of needs you gotta get or like Philadelphia. Philadelphia need speed at wide receiver. Here's my argument on this joy. So let's say I'm Philadelphia and I the one place. I'm desperate as wide receiver so I have a wide receiver forty third on my board. What I don't need is a for instance a defensive tackle with them and he is eight thirty third on board. Who Do I take? I take the receiver because of course so to me this idea that you just have this like linear group this this list and you just go best guy available if guys are close and you desperately need speed at wide receiver with the Eagles do then you gotta take the wide receiver right. I mean if they're close if somebody that was say at the top in the top three on your board somehow managed to drop to you then. That's a different conversation but child happen if chase young's available at thirteen draft him right right. Jeff Conine Jeff Okuda's available at eight. I mean not you just outside of the chargers who have three corners. You'd have to Take Jeff Okuda if he's available at six outside. The chargers are probably an exception where they have multiple.

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"okuda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yes I know how much the owner is going to get involved in all this we know that he does like to get involved in the metal and all that other stuff but then when you look at the you look at the eagles and you see that they got Derek Barnett out there they have Brandon Graham out there you mean you that pass rushing defensive ends you gotta make sure you have people that are going to be in front of them to block them sure so again this is why I just I just you know we can talk about Isaiah Simmons you talk about Jeffrey Okuda you could talk about Derek brown I still think because of that the six games within the division which are really important and with the pass rushers that each of these teams have you have got to make sure that that offense of wine to shore it up if you are totally convinced that one of these guys or two of these guys can be that guy that's gonna play for you for the next ten years and get that second contract then you will have to take him with the fourth pick that's why I think you know I know everybody's in love with Isaiah Simmons and and there are a lot of reasons to be a lot with that kid we're going to talk to him a little bit later on and he sounds like he just can't wait to play in the NFL I still think because of what's happening around you you have to react to that as long as you're not reaching for somebody and I don't think that they're going to be reaching for somebody at number four fits wells works or I don't be back then but it's it's wells or worse that's not a reach that's where that kid should be taken or those kids should be taken all right coming up next we'll take some your draft calls and also issues we will talk about the red Sox punishment from rob.

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"Ohio the New Orleans state's Saints have cancelled chase their young offseason is expected program to because be the of first the ongoing defensive corona player virus taken pandemic in Thursday's and inform NFL players draft they will not be required the six five to report two the club hundred headquarters sixty until five training pound camp defensive whenever end that projected may be to go to saints Washington general manager Mickey with the number Loomis two said pick coach Sean Payton his notified Buckeye players teammate of the decision Jeff Okuda on Wednesday considered adding the top that the club cornerback will remain in regular could go communication as high as three with players between Auburn's now and Derek the start of brown camp is the highest Loomis added rated defensive that the team linemen would still conduct various and Isaiah meetings Simmons with players from online Clemson but would graded not use tops virtual among drills linebackers to conduct anything I'm mark that would require Myers physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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"okuda" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on AP News

"Ohio state's chase young is expected to be the first defensive player taken in Thursday's NFL draft the 65 200 65 pound defensive end projected to go to Washington with the number 2 pick his Buckeye teammate Jeff Okuda considered the top cornerback could go as high as 3 Auburn's Derek brown is the highest rated defensive linemen and Isaiah Simmons from Clemson graded tops among linebackers I'm mark Myers

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Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!

"Ohio state's chase young is expected to be the first defensive player taken in Thursday's NFL draft the six five two hundred sixty five pound defensive end projected to go to Washington with the number two pick his Buckeye teammate Jeff Okuda considered the top cornerback could go as high as three Auburn's Derek brown is the highest rated defensive linemen and Isaiah Simmons from Clemson graded tops among linebackers I'm mark Myers

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2020 NFL Mock Draft: Who should the Detroit Lions select in Round 3?

Establish The Run

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

2020 NFL Mock Draft: Who should the Detroit Lions select in Round 3?

"For the lions at number three. I have them taking Derrick Brown I think that you know Jeff. Okuda appears at number three in virtually any mock draft that you see in these mock draft competitions. I think one way of getting a little bit of a leg up on the field just because I know that Jefferson is GonNa be there like eighty ninety percent of mock drafts. I'M GONNA try to be a little contrarian go with Derrick Brown and I don't think it is really that contrary did it will inside the NFL. Absolutely

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"okuda" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Load one of his goals this offseason with to get bigger and stronger the weight room with a calm a better runner four one seven north new season but seven rushing touchdown a weapon especially the resin knives he moved to the sidelines down on second and ten what the play go all the horrible school along with a complete now the eighteen intended for T. Higgins when they had a free place a took a shot the T. Higgins down the right sideline little flags already maybe all sides I believe on chase young defense number two the Higgins losses helmet on that play it has been taken to the nearest sideline for a look be a shame if he gets dinged up here on a play that we'll go anywhere the second five three to nothing Ohio state ten thirty four love looking for the Buckeyes thank you Lawrence actor with over two it didn't go for much Okuda was basically covering two guys who once again of two yards well that was the original RPO that's all teams started running almost like a triple option we do as soon read the backfield then as running out to the edge if you're taking as the quarterback to wide receiver which is standing right there nice job they could tell for that one thirty to two receivers looking right through here it's Lawrence no it's not he's got the first down inside the thirty five yard line forever Lawrence paid food for a little bit he gets three yards though then I got a big block rating Galloway who's just back from suspension the tide in was suspended before the college football playoff last year not able to pass a drug test he still maintains his innocence the software being his.

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"okuda" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Was a political leader, a nationalist, a democratic socialist and anti colonialist and a tireless advocate for education and women's rights, basically, she's one of those people who've bios, you really don't want to read, too crowded room because it's liable to spark an existential crisis and make you ask yourself, what am I doing with my life, but just listing her titles, as many as she may have still doesn't do her work Justice? It kind of beautifies her advocacy wraps it in a nice little bow, and that makes sense. Obviously, we want to focus on accomplishments of the leaders we admire in history. But part of the reason she was so successful was because he trudged through all the mud to get to greener pastures. Yes. Had a lot of supporters, and people who looked up to her after all she was helping women and girls who often didn't get a chance to give voice to the issues that affected them or were discounted when they did. But to a lot of people, including a lot of people in powerful positions her views were way to battle. And she had to stand up against a lot of those powerful people to fight for the things she cared about which meant that the road to all those titles was a bumpy. One. You might have already heard that fool Eliah was the first woman to drive a car, Nigeria. He might even know that was the first female student to attend the abbey Okuda grammar school where she would later teach but these small, though honorable facts of her life are just part of her entire story. Boom is remarkable for what sheets heaved, but she defied to dishes roles and thought outside of the parameters of contemporary practices and standards. It took persistence courage and conviction for her to address the issue, she did in the climate that she did. But that character was apparent early on Malaya's life. What's better than your favorite movie? Visiting all the locations it was filmed, of course. And since United flights over three hundred fifty destinations worldwide can finally see where all the action happened and less. It's space movie United fly, the friendly skies, eighty six burglars were asked, how they broke into homes, and they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras.

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"okuda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Going to be a whole i think lorenzo carter is going to be very good he at four sacks as a rookie linebacker georgia last year b._j. hill is a really good interior linemen like he did well in that draft last year they also thought they did well the college a couple of years ago he's gone so we can't say they did that well i think there is an emotional tearing down of everything jerry reese did as there should be because the last couple of years jerry reese was horrendous i think i think that's happening and they're they're starting over and and it's hard to it's hard to fault them for that but people will the bigger the bigger story and we'll get to it at some point is the cleveland browns so crushed print up those super bowl tickets david diggle thirteen and three minimally destroy you cover everybody a._f._c. north how do you cover every average thirty five points a game jarvis landry calloway by the way david and joke and they picked up in the off okuda oh that's right fremont ridiculous i had a pretty good offensive line and on the other side myles garrett vernon if he stays healthy denzel awarded terrific quarterback taken fourth brown rounds are stacked they should be the story yup the problem is the new york giants will take precedence because they got rid of one of the most exciting players that we've seen in a long time that will fade eventually that attention spotlight agree we'll go off the giants 'cause that's temporary the giants and try to take a below the belt shot the giants will get back in there four and twelve five and eleven hole and try to recalibrate and build up the roster and as they're doing that quietly and hopefully effectively for giant fans for my partner the browns will be on on sunday night football the browns will be four twenty five eastern c._b._s. would dance and the browns will be destroyed people and you know what the browns fans deserve agreed we'll get to that obviously more intimately coming up on the brown side what do you think of the trade wow we haven't even gotten a bell in detail but this is crazy eight five five two one two forty two twenty-seven n._f._l. does rock and right now your calls coming up giants tear it down and the browns trying to get to a place they've never been to the super bowl wow tiki and tierney c._b._s. sports radio so you've got plans to finally do some work on your car puts up you're ready to go you're missing a tool.

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"okuda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

13:28 min | 3 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Don't just wing it. Well, you should know, you know. Who's going to be on? Yes. Yes. Something about not your guest if you're going on somebody show. Yes. Especially if you're going to be a guest know who you're going to be on with. And I want to play this little audio cut. All right. And. It is CNN's Areva Martin who is a host of Okuda who was a guest of a talk show host David Webb. On Sirius XM. And. They got into the discussion of. White privilege. Okay. And I'm just going to play it for you here. Okay. Okay. Courtesy of Sirius XM. This. I couldn't stop laughing yesterday. Being in radio as long as I've been in radio. To hear this. I mean, it's just it is it is absolute radio gold. You already know. And here we go. I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the works that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. Well, David, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege. The thing that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege. How do I have revolu of white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white privilege this whole long conversation. I don't have time to get. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is the fall soda in this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people, obviously, you're you didn't look you're talking to a black, man. Out in rock radio in Boston. Lost the pats into hip hop. Rebuilding. One of the greatest black stations in America and went on to work for Fox News. Apparently blacks aren't supposed to work. But yet you come with this assumption, and you go to white privilege, actually. Beautiful. I wouldn't you wouldn't you. If someone has to be on. And you don't know who they are. Which clearly should she did not, right. So if you don't you don't go you you would say to yourself. Well, okay. Someone who wants to have me on how the discussion let me research this person. Just so you can kind of know where they stand forget about knowing what color they are. Okay. Where does this person stand politically because it's clearly going to be a political discussion? So would you not at least Google it? And find out something about the person. Well, here's the difference though. We wouldn't have to I wouldn't care. What that's the whole point is we're not I'm not gonna argue the color of the skin to begin. So I don't need that arguments. It's going to be a substitute. Wouldn't you want to know something about the person if you're going to have that that discussion well, and it's going to get into the political from from my from my point of view from the a sexist part of me. Well, if it's a woman host, I would like to see if she's attractive or not to know, whether I should be your masculinity is toxic, sir. Gary mcnamara. To to find out weather. My. Should a razor should be more flirtatious? Whether it's just. Tasteless you need to shave your masculinity is toxic. It's great. We can cover like ten topics all in one. How dare you, sir? Show show up to a debate with no razor. Don't bring a razor to a knife fight. That's right. Oh my gosh. So much fun the weekend review. And it's only Wednesday. Always a roller coaster, can you work? That's. And and you know, it's so. I shouldn't. But it's so bad. Maybe it's just because we've been in radio before and if you've ever seen somebody in a uncomfortable. For one time. For example. I. I was listening to the radio one time and a guy was obviously drunk on the air and actually hurt he got fired after it. But it was a Saturday morning DJ. And you felt like you can't believe what's happening at the same time. You feel terrible for them because you know, that their career is over right? That wasn't the case for her career is over. Yeah. But I did afterwards. Like, oh, this is so bad. I mean, it's just so bad. Now her most likely being on the left. It's not going to effect where she goes because you can make those kinds of mistakes. Oh, you make that accusation. But the the fact is our only are her first argument, and he made a great point David made a great point her first argument was white privilege. It wasn't you're wrong on the issue because of this. It was I can't argue with that because I'm not gonna argue with it because you have white privilege, and therefore there can be no argument because you're white privilege dictates you don't get say, right? Well, it doesn't work that way in the real world. Right. And he clearly demonstrated with all of his work and his background that he of course, has a place in the by the way, everybody has a place at the table everybody. Everybody does. Yes. You only make it about that. If you can't have the debate. You only turn to something like that. When you have no point to debate on. We have nothing to stand on. So you move to that. And you expect some kind of guilt trip. I guess from the other side. Oh, wait. You just assume something without knowing. But I did I it was just a twist twinge for moment of sympathy going. Oh, man. So bad. I mean, would you not learns the very basic about who the person why why would I be on this person's show? This person is asking me to be. Why would I be now the only other time why felt a little sorry for somebody? But I actually one time a long time ago. And it was as the call was going on. I set up somebody on the air one Thomas set up a caller, and we really I mean, I did not intend to do it. But it goes way back when I was doing my local show, and the funny thing is one of my one of my best golfing buddies heard it he was listening at that time. And this guy called me up, and we were talking about it was I can't remember what it was two thousand maybe two thousand three two thousand four something going on with the whole Arab-Israeli thing or the UN or something like that is what it was. It was something about the the UN. And this guy called me up. And he said, well, I probably know more about the United Nations, and you know, then you do or something like that. And I said, gee, really goes. Yeah. I think you do when I don't remember specifically the conversation, but I started going back, and I just knew I knew at the moment where I started debating him that I was going to set him up, and I started going back to some of the different heads of the United Nations, and what they done, you know, for example, I mentioned you taunt way back going back decades ago. And you know, and we started going through, you know, a different heads of the UN and the things that they had done right or wrong. And we agreed. And I purposely agreed with him. I think I brought up two of the different heads of the UN over a period of time. And then I asked him I said, but then I said a few years ago when jar jar banks took over the United Nations. Jar jar being of course, the. Fictional like lizard, like creature in in one of the Star Wars, Dr wars. Right. Exactly. And I said, and I said now, do you agree? I said because I think the judge our banks did a great job as head of the UN. And the guy said, oh, yeah. I agree with you too. I said, okay. Maybe we agree on more than and he said, yeah, I said ball cable, then look thanks so much. We agreed more. But you do think that jar jar banks was really one of the best every knows? Yeah. One of the best and thanks so much, and I just went right into a commercial and did even laugh. Until I came. The phone's just went nuts. Yeah. I never forget my buddy, Jim. Calling me leave me the message. He said. That was genius. And it wasn't it. Just it just came up to me. I don't because I normally don't do that. I just don't get in the habit of trying to set up a setting up a caller. But this guy was just something about his voice saying, I know so much more about you than the about the United Nations, then you know, on your little, and I said, okay. All right. We'll go ahead. Let's and at that moment, I knew how is going to set them up. And I don't know why. Because I never thought I'd but it just came to me at that moment. And I felt sorry for the guy afterwards because I came back of the commercial break in the lines were lit, and I said, okay, folks in case, you don't this just in parliament has decided to give a vote of confidence to jar jar Binks. Great britain. By the way, that might be the solution for the whole Brexit, actually, just make up just have puppets. I mean, actual puppets. Just have puppets. Does have cartoon characters. I don't know where they go. We we didn't spend a lot of time on it. But we started saying that that that the analysis. I was reading yesterday is nobody knows where to go with that whole thing. Now that. Because the one suggestion that was out there that will keep parliament. Now, this is in parliament's, and and maybe parliament now should call for a second referendum to clarify the first referendum. It's like, oh, man. Yeah. Right. Well, because it reeks of something that the fat. But what are they supposed to be out? Isn't it coming up? I mean isn't approaching for them to be out. Well, yeah. I mean, this was moving forward to invoke article fifty. But was it March of I mean, isn't there a wasn't there? Certain date. Yeah. I don't know if it's March. I I I don't know. But it's yeah. It was soon. But what it reeks of is a I think in part of public. That voted for something and didn't realize how difficult it was going to be. Or a public. You know, for whatever reason there was a change of sentiment. Now, that's not the case with all of them. Brexit, formerly takes effect March twenty nine okay? I was thinking March first. But yeah. So now now what do you do? I don't know. Like, I said when you compare the shutdown hear anything people, especially the opposition to Trump this nation. It's complete and total chaos or falling apart. Hold my beer. Well, I mean what Great Britain insane when we talked about. Okay. When the whole California's seceding thing. All right. Here's what it would take. Here's what it would take. Here's what it would take by the way. We did this also when there was a brief discussion about this with Texas seceding remember that? Yes. Now, we could get by and maybe California could get by. But not without a ton of chaos ahead of time. It's never going to happen. And here's what it would require. We started having the actual discussion. Well, it fell away. So my question is this on the Brexit vote? Did they hit the button? And then realize oh crap. What did I do? I have to believe that's the case with a number of the voters. Believing knowing that I think some at the core still are on board for the Brexit. But my question, what is the change? What changed and and what would it be? If you had that vote once again. Well, I never for to to to get involved. What what to? To get involved number one as well. We'll take a break and come back and talk more about it here. Coming up here. Eight six six ninety redeye. We'll.

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"okuda" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Don't just wing it. Well, you should know, you know. Who's going to be on? Yes. Yes. Something about not your guest if you're going on somebody show. Yes. Especially if you're going to be a guest. No, you're going to be on with. I want to play this little audio cut. All right. And. It is CNN's Areva Martin who is a host of Okuda who was a guest of a talk show host David Webb. Uh-huh. On Sirius XM. And. They get into the discussion of. White privilege. Okay. And I'm just going to play it for you here. Okay. Okay. Courtesy of a Sirius XM. This. I couldn't stop laughing yesterday. Beating radio as long as I've been in radio. To to hear this. I mean, just it's just it is it is absolute radio goal. You already know. And here we go. I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue, I considered my qualifications the issue dated, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege. How do I have white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white privilege hold on conversation. I don't have time to get. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is the fall soda in this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people, obviously, you're you didn't look you're talking to a black, man. Out in rock radio in Boston. Pat's into hip hop. Rebuilding. One of the greatest black stations in America and went on to work for Fox News. Apparently blacks aren't supposed to work. But yet you come with this assumption, and you go to white privilege. You. Beautiful. Wouldn't you wouldn't you? If someone asks you to be on. And you don't know who they are which clearly should that. She did not right. So if you don't right you don't you would say to yourself. Well, okay. Someone wants to have me on the discussion. Let me research this person. Just so you can kind of know where they stand forget about knowing what color they are. Okay. Where does this person stand politically because it's clearly going to be a political discussion? So would you not at least Google it? And find out something about the person. Well, here's the difference though. We wouldn't have to I wouldn't care. What that's the whole point is we're not I'm not gonna argue the color of the skin to begin. So I don't need that arguments. It's going to be a substitute. But I wouldn't you want to know something about the person if you're going to have that discussion. Well, and it's going to get into the political from from my color from my point of view from the misogynist sexist part of me, or if it's a woman host, I would like to see if she's attractive or not. To know whether I should be your masculinity is toxic, sir. Gary McNamara to Oxford to find out whether my into rose. Should either razor should be more flirtatious? Whether it's justified. Need to shave your masculine these toxic. It's great pitching cover like ten topics one. How dare you, sir? Show show up to a debate with no razor. Don't.

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"okuda" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"okuda" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"But they are still with us today, and they have become some of the better films of. The nineteen eighties. And I'm curious when did you know that they were alternately successes will buckle Arrou immediately set on fire a very small group of people who saw in. Maybe even test screenings. But there was a handful. They're still my friends, you know, like Denise and Mike Okuda who now work on Star Trek met over buck arro- when a fan club began to form called, well, they they called it WorldWatch one and they began immediately writing a newsletter, and they she was a nurse at the time. And he was a graphic designer maybe getting into computers, and they fell in love and got married as a result of buckle. Ru they would be you know, they in a small handful of people were generating these newsletters kind of almost in the world of mimeographs. But I think that's a little fanciful was probably copy machines, Iraq and circulating them. There was no internet that was you could use as a medium. And so I would get these requests from this group for interviews. And then I would see the next newsletter and had fan fiction in it. Oh my goodness. And this was happening fairly fast, but not with a large number of people because they lack the ABI. Ability to find each other. But I knew that it wasn't going to go away. There was a rabbit diehard group that thirty something years later, they're still doing new, you know, now, they're working on the internet, and they're very supportive group of people who will push it forward. Anyway, they can and Denise and micro. He's hiding book ru imagery in the Star Trek sets, you know, putting over thrust around the table over in the corner and stuff and that sort of grew from the very beginning into what it is now. Big trouble sneaked up on me because I don't really know when it started to be something that was not going to be forgotten. But it it was years after the movie was released that I somehow I can't remember how suddenly became aware that had this intense support among scifi fantasy fans and that people were quoting Jack Burton, and there were little dolls the people were making it look like him and it startled me. That's simple. I just thought it had vanished. Why do you think it such an enduring film? If you're supposed to like, it, it's joyful, and it's unpredictable, and it's flashy in the best sense and its and its own way a bit of a one off. So when you take chances and make these things that they have what looked like references. Maybe like they came out of some long history of cereals, or, you know, kung FU moves something, but they really didn't. Because you're you're like, I'm not a kung FU movie fanatic at all. So I wasn't lost in that world. So it is a hybrid of what I what amuses me and what I do know about that. We didn't know about that world. So maybe it's that weird mix. I mean, buck ru is very strange mix of things you can't plan. It, you know, you can't really say, well, this is going to be a real strange mic, so watch it'll become a cult film. You just do it because you have a gut instinct that this piece of material is special and different. And let's try to see what it is. When. You stand up on senior actor saying these things, and you think about what thunder and lightning could actually look like the basket hats came out of nowhere. I don't know where they came from. I didn't imagine them. Everybody is contributing on some level if it's clicking right and often while you're making that movie, you really do think not that it's a coke film, the repeal really gonna like this because we're having a lot of fun here. Then it comes out and oh my God. What did we do? You know, what it's so gratifying after all this time here, so many people be affected by it. And how it lodged in their brains? I mean, if you seen the Kevin Smith introduction to it at Lincoln center, Google, buck rebounds, I Kevin Smith Lincoln center. He did a screening of it. And he did the most wonderful recollection of his encounter with the movie when he was a kid, and what it meant to him..

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Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

05:30 min | 4 years ago

Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

"US President. Donald Trump has criticized the head of his country's largest labor organization Trump fired off a tweet on Monday targeting Richard Trumka president of the American federation of labor and congress of industrial organizations from ca said in an interview with Fox News on Sunday that the things Trump has done to hurt workers, outpace what he has done to help workers Trump responded by tweeting that some of the things Trumka said were so against the working men and women of our country and the success of the US itself that it is easy to see why unions are doing. So poorly Trump also tweeted, the US is respected. Again that was in response to White House, press secretary, Sarah Sanders, tweet stating that millions are working again. Thanks to Trump's policies. Trump's comments are drawing attention as the labor group is expected to influence the results of the midterm election in November. US President Trump says, President Bashar, al-assad of Syria must not recklessly attack it, live province. The comment comes as the Syrian government appears set to mount an all out offensive in the northwestern province, which is the largest opposition stronghold Trump tweeted on Monday that the Russians and rainiest would be making a grave humanitarian mistake to take part in this potential human tragedy. He wrote hundreds and thousands of people could be killed. Don't let that happen. The United States which supports the opposition is increasingly concerned. The Assad government and Russia may use chemical weapons in April. The US Britain and France launched a coordinated military strike against Syria over its suspected use of chemical weapons in August US, national security adviser. John Bolton said, if the Syrian regime uses chemical weapons, we will respond very strongly. People in Brazil have taken to the streets, protesting the loss of their national museum in a fire likely caused by poor maintenance of the facility. The historical museum building in Rio de Janeiro was gut it, and a large part of his collections were destroyed by the fire that broke out on Sunday firefighters could not put out the fire in time after outside. Hydrants did not work. The museum was founded in eighteen eighteen by the king of Portugal, Portugal was then Brazil's colonial overlord. It housed more than twenty million items of historic value, including mummified bodies of indigenous people, but many of them are now lost. The museum had suffered declining funding for years amid the country's economic hardship despite the fact that the need for repairs had repeatedly been pointed out local media report that the cause of the fire was likely to be an electrical fault resulting from the deterioration of of equipment in the museum people across the country. They are blaming the government for neglect of infrastructure and services in Rio de Janeiro about twenty five thousand people gathered for a demonstration shouting that the government should spend more money on education more than one thousand four hundred people have been killed across India after massive floods and landslides caused by torrential rains. India's interior ministry says that one thousand four hundred and fifty nine people and died as of Monday severe storms have been battering wide areas of the country since June in this other state of Kananga four hundred eighty eight people were killed after massive floods swept away homes and inundated villages. The state government described the flooding as the worst in a century infectious diseases have been spreading in the area due to deteriorating hygiene conditions, killing forty people so far. The union government has dispatched medical teams in the northern state of Utah prudish, two hundred and fifty. Six people were killed in massive floods, torrential rain. Inflicted damage. Intens dates, Indian military forces are conducting rescue operations and transporting relief supplies. Indian weather officials, say the rainfall for the entire country is close to the usual amount, but that it is concentrated in certain areas. They are calling on people to stay alert for downpours during the next week or so, Japanese period film Chitty Tabacchi or summarize promise has won the special grand prix of the jury at the Montreal film festival in Canada. The festival began on August twenty. Third prizes for the world. Competition were warded on Monday. The final day to Japanese films were in the competition cheats. Bucky directed by dissect Kimura and starring Junichi Okada depicts an Eto period someday who battles various conspiracies in his home feudal domain. It won the festival's second highest price. Japanese actor hito. She touchy won the best actor award for his work in what for life in overtime. Directed by Hideo touchy plays a man struggling to find his place after retirement to Japanese films have previously won the grand prize in Montreal. Now, guy sample or a long walk directed by Asia Okuda won the prize in two thousand six. Oh, could he be four departures by eulogy to touch the one in two thousand eight? And that was the news from radio Japan of the NHK world. Japan network. I'm Erica Kajima and I'm keeping fallen. Please stay tuned.

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New York, Jimmy Nigeria and Lagos discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

New York, Jimmy Nigeria and Lagos discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The strong museums world video game hall of fame in rochester new york announced that space war from nineteen sixty one has been inducted alongside john madden football tomb raider and final fantasy seven this is the fourth group of inductees bringing the hall of fame total to twenty jimmy nigeria's leading ecommerce company announced free shipping will expand to a buddha port harford ebanon abi okuda in addition the minimum price to qualify for free shipping has been reduced from fifteen thousand naira to ten thousand naira orders placed by twelve pm we'll deliver in one business day within lagos and two to five business days in the other cities scientists from the university of marburg in germany and the university of michigan in the us have demonstrated how infrared laser pulses can shift electrons between two different states classic one zero in a thin sheet of semiconductor this could raise speeds to a million times the normal gigahertz speeds you get the process will also improve quantum computing the study lightwave valley tron ix in a mono layer of tungsten dissect died was funded by the european research council and the german research foundation sure announced that as of may i it has shut down its fono division and is no longer making record player needle cartridges mark brenner vp of global corporate and government relations at sure told the next web that revenues remained stable despite rising sales and that combined with challenges to maintaining production equipment and specialized supply chains led to the decision to shut the department down then marks oh tre fon is the leading maker of phonograph cartridges.

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