35 Burst results for "Once Every Year"

Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 5 hrs ago

Bill O'Reilly: The Unknown Dangers of Fame

"Well I do want to start with this because there's been so much going on and actually this book kind of is very relatable to events going on killing the legends the lethal danger of celebrity See that happening with Kanye West among others Incredible that when people become famous their whole lives obviously change And they become targets But in ways that many don't understand So killing the legends about Elvis Presley John Lennon and Muhammad Ali all of whom changed American culture We live today in a way that is defined by these three men in part And it's an amazing historical story People said look this is your 12 killing book all the others killing Lincoln killing your rising sun Big events Now you're going into cultural history But the history is so intense and people don't understand how celebrity can destroy you if you don't understand what's going on And let me make this personal to you Mark Levin You're famous Okay Everyone knows you Everybody knows me And because of that there are benefits but there are deficits And I think you following your career over the years understood quite readily that you could not make yourself available in a casual way And so people don't know about what you do where you are you do some book signings and that kind of thing But in you correct me if I'm wrong you understand there is a danger And looking at this is true Look at Nancy Pelosi okay And you can just every you can just stare step it There are legions of famous people

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LeBron James Upset Media Ignored Asking About 1957 Jerry Jones Photo

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 6 hrs ago

LeBron James Upset Media Ignored Asking About 1957 Jerry Jones Photo

"I was wondering why I haven't gotten a question from you guys about the Jerry Jones photo But when the Kyrie thing was going on you guys were quick to access questions about that Okay Hold on hold on Hold on hold on I don't even want you guys to say nothing When I was like who's this guy think he is I've never even heard athlete talk like this Black white Hispanic whatever And I don't want you guys to talk and say nothing Wow Go ahead And he says I know who I am But I want to keep the same energy when we're talking about my people and the things we've been through And that Jerry Jones photo is one of those moments that our people black people have been through in America And I feel like it's a black man as a black athlete as someone with power and a platform When we do something wrong or something that people don't agree with every single tabloid every single news coverage it's on the bottom ticker it's asked about every single day But it seems like to me that the whole Jerry Jones situation photo And I know it was years and years ago and we all make mistakes I get it But it seems like it's just been buried under what happened We just move on And I was just kind of disappointed I haven't received that question from you guys

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10 Los Angeles middle schoolers treated for suspected overdoses

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 hrs ago

10 Los Angeles middle schoolers treated for suspected overdoses

"To know if cannabis edibles were behind the overdoses of several LA students, I'm Lisa dwyer. Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on edible cannabis products at their middle school in the San Fernando valley. The Los Angeles fire department says the students between 13 and 14 years old experienced mild to moderate distress at the van nuys middle school, fire department captain Eric Scott says the overdoses were possibly from edible cannabis products and investigators want to know if it all came from the same source. That would be a possibility that there was all from the same bunch, but that has to be conclusively determined. The important information here is that this is not fentanyl related

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America Is Losing Trust in Our Military

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 9 hrs ago

America Is Losing Trust in Our Military

"Wall Street Journal today, Americans are losing trust in the military. The rise of woke politics is undermined public confidence in the brass. Yeah. The current era is marked by fading trust in U.S. institutions. Thank you left. You've destroyed them all. But confidence in one pillar has held up the military. But now even that is eroding and the question is whether the brass will get the message. The Reagan institute releases an annual survey of public attitudes on national defense, this year only 48% reported having a great deal of confidence in the U.S. Military. That's down from 70% four years ago. Wow. Overwhelming majority to a minority. This is consistent with other surveys, Pew Research this year noted a 14 point drop since 2020 in Americans who said they had a great deal of confidence in the military to act in the public's interest. The Reagan poll asked Americans what is driving the decline? It isn't the ability to carry out missions or win in a fight. It is quote things going on outside the core competencies of the military.

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Surviving Wokeness on College Campuses

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:52 min | 9 hrs ago

Surviving Wokeness on College Campuses

"So I'm reading to you a piece by Joshua Katz, Professor of classics until last year at Princeton highly regarded in his field by his colleagues at Princeton, but he wrote a piece about wokeness. And that ended his career. Listen to this. Let's give you an idea of the moral quality of the cowardice that is a scenic one on college teaching. If you're not a coward, it's very hard to rise in academia. Let alone be a president or a dean. Cowardice is essential in your resume. Exactly one of my 16, none retired former colleagues in the department of classics at Princeton University. Has been in touch touch since I was fired last May. I'll continue with that in a moment. I want you to understand non retired. See, the retired, they don't fear being fired. They don't fear, but you won't be fired if you're in touch with Joshua Katz and you teach at the classics department at Princeton. It's that you don't want to be on the outs with your colleagues. To be to actually be a human being and contact your former colleague one of my 16 non retired former colleagues in the department of classics at Princeton University. Has been in touch since I was fired last May.

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Caller: The Conservative Movement Needs a Winner

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 11 hrs ago

Caller: The Conservative Movement Needs a Winner

"I agree with you on pretty much your whole standpoint with Trump and America and what he's done. It's amazing. And if I could install him right now, I would absolutely do it. It'd be the best. He'd be the best guy. But it's not about that. The problem is the conservative movement needs a torch carrier, okay? And we need to win. You've got to win. It doesn't matter how much I like Trump. I get it. I don't see him winning. There's no way he's going to win. And I have friends who say the same thing that it's about electability. Of course, that's what they hope you'll say. That's what the beast wants you to say. And I'm not saying that, by the way, to minimize your opinion on this. Listen, you could be right, because well, let me put it this way. You are right. We got to win in 2024. It's one thing to sit around and say, we think he'd be the best guy for the job. Larry elder might be the best guy for the job. Larry elder is talking about running, but he's got to win. You got to say, who's got the best chance of beating back the universe of the left. And I get that. Now, I want to remind you as people are looking at all the list of accomplishments and the success of the Trump presidency. Matt, you and I heard that in 2015 and 2016 too, that he can't win. We heard the difference. There's a big difference. What's the difference in 2016, the media had not had years and years and years to build a pile up on Trump and to really hurt the minds of the middle of America. That has to vote for him. And that's why he got in in 2016. Nobody on either side really had a long time to build up a big pile of cash on him. And that's why I think others might have a better opportunity coming up here. I think Trump, they have made him unelectable. I think he loses three to 7 points in the next election.

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Here's the Long List of Donald Trump's Achievements

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 11 hrs ago

Here's the Long List of Donald Trump's Achievements

"I swear of all the things we send out on the MyPillow text line, the Trump achievements list is by far and away the most popular. My text line, I can't even keep up with everybody because it's spinning like a little pinball machine because so many people are texting Trump. People don't even know. You forget, I guess. We have short memories. The list of Trump accomplishments is astounding. And you compare it to the first two years of the Biden administration? So for now, if you're sending me comments, I can't really see them because so many people are texting the keyword Trump to 806 5 5 mic and we're sending back this list of Trump's achievements during his presidency. I mean, I'm not kidding you. I'm talking thousands.

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 Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 11 hrs ago

Willie Geist: Trump Was Hustled by a 24-Year Old White Supremacist

"Here's what Willie geist said this morning, and I'm sorry, but I mean, it won't go away and people are emailing me about it and you're calling and you're texting, so we might as well confront this. Here's what Willie guy said this morning on MSNBC and morning Joe about Trump's dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye and the supremacist guy. By the way, we should point out as the story has developed over a couple of days. Donald Trump got totally hustled by this guy. He showed up at the dinner with Kanye West. He wanted the attention of having his name out there. He got that. And now he's condemning Donald Trump and said he's abandoned the base. He's not our guy anymore. So Donald Trump got totally hustled by a 24 year old white supremacist and Holocaust denier. Now, again, I don't know if that's true or not. Maybe it is, maybe it's not. I don't trust anything that comes from morning Joe, do you? But let's just suppose that it's true. This colleague of mine calls me this morning. She says, Mike, admit it to me. Tell me the truth. Don't you really kind of wish Trump would fade off into the sunset? Don't you wish he'd kind of go away? Don't you like Ron DeSantis or somebody else? Because they're going to go nuts if he gets the nomination again. And if he runs and if he wins, they're going to go out of their minds. And I said to her, don't you realize that's what they want? They want you to think that.

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Dan Bongino Celebrates 48th Birthday This Weekend

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 12 hrs ago

Dan Bongino Celebrates 48th Birthday This Weekend

"Thank you all for the birthday wishes and Sunday But I won't be with you tomorrow Unfortunately Lisa booth will be in For me I'm going up to New York to do my Fox show And to hang out with some family members who are still tragically stuck up in New York trying to get them out but jobs and stuff so listen I grew up there It's still got a soft spot in my heart I just wish it wasn't run by idiots We'd be in a far better place When I grew up there it was run by Rudy Giuliani and I cleaned the place up So thank you though Yeah 48 does feel kind of strange I can't believe I'm two years from 50 And I have to tell you for those of you out there above the age of 40 I maybe you'll agree with me I've got a lot of feedback on this Jim you into Mike you know you both know you're up there with me in this space above the age of 40 I thought I'd feel worse I mean it's not a sob story but I have really severe arthritis I went through cancer chemo have had I think at 12 15 I have lost count orthopedic surgeries a lot pretty much my entire left side and my right elbow And my back two hernias the back back operation foot torn pack I thought I'd feel worse I always think of that I've never seen north Dallas 40 That scene in the beginning was a Nicki novelty Is it nolte Forget the character He's getting out of bed and he's like and he can barely move in the tidy whities He's a football player I thought it would be that way And I guess if you're 30 or below and listening I've always ate healthy I used to never drink Now I leave it for the weekends But never done drugs don't do drugs drugs are bad don't do them This is your brain on drugs

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Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 12 hrs ago

Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano

"Hawaii residents and visitors are flocking to see the first eruption of the world's largest active volcano in 38 years. Spectators coming to see oozing rivers of glowing orange lava tumble down the slopes of mauna loa. Are jamming a highway on Hawaii's big island, a main east west road that might soon be covered by the flow. This is like ten of the biggest dump trucks you can get every second, dumping lava out. Ken Han with a Hawaiian volcano observatory says the lava could get to the road in two days, but it is slowing. Will it get to the highway I can't tell you that will in turn go to hilo can't tell you that. Mauna loa last erupted in 1984 and its smaller neighbor kilauea has been erupting since September of last year, able Brown, a visitor from Las Vegas, was impressed by the natural forces on display. It's just remarkable nature overall. I'm Jennifer King.

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What Is the American Legislative Exchange?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:50 sec | 14 hrs ago

What Is the American Legislative Exchange?

"Tell us about Alec. Well, Alec is America's largest nonpartisan and keyword voluntary membership organization of state legislators. We've been doing it for nearly 50 years. We'll celebrate that anniversary next October, but everything we do is centered around our three core principles, limited government, free markets, and federalism, and we've got hundreds and hundreds of legislators from around the country in D.C.. This week, not only sharing best practices from around the states, but they're also dedicated on restoring that balance of power of government back to the states. I think all of us would agree that power has become too concentrated in Washington to concentrated in that fourth branch of government, the bureaucracy, the administrative state. And so we're all here. We're fired up. We've got a lot of newly elected legislators in town.

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 'Squid Game' actor indicted over indecent assault charges

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 15 hrs ago

'Squid Game' actor indicted over indecent assault charges

"Squid Game actor oh yung su will face trial on charges of indecent assault in South Korea. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Prosecutors in the South Korean city of song Nam say 78 year old oh young soo was indicted on charges of making unwanted physical contact with a woman in 2017, details of the case were not given, the trial will begin in February. South Korean cable channel, JTBC reports, O denied wrongdoing, saying he had held the

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Is Biden Abandoning the Unions in Railroad Worker Deal Dispute?

The Trish Regan Show

02:24 min | 15 hrs ago

Is Biden Abandoning the Unions in Railroad Worker Deal Dispute?

"Pretty remarkable. But what we're seeing here between the rail union and Washington. This is the association of American railroads. It's an industry group, and they said, back in September, that new contracts needed to show an increase of 24% in wages through the year 2024. That would be for the 5 years between 2020 and 2024. And that there would be a payout of $11,000 on average when the agreement was ratified. In addition, the agreement would have provided for more vacation time and more opportunity to manage a child's or family member's illness. So the problem here, though, is even though The White House stepped in and tried to help negotiate this whole deal, it's not enough for the workers themselves. And they're saying they want more. They want more in terms of flexibility on the vacation stuff and given their unpredictable schedules and really grueling schedules. They say it really has taken such a toll on them and their personal lives and that they need to be able to have more flexibility. So whatever Biden did, it just wasn't enough. And as a result, he's now in the position of having to either stick by that agreement. I mean, it feels like 1980s all over again, right? Between the inflation and now we're dealing with transportation, union breakdowns, then negotiations. Remember when Reagan said, okay, take a hike and he challenged those union workers. Well, what is Biden going to do here? I mean, he wants to challenge them, but he simultaneously needs to avert a possible shutdown of the rail industry, I get this, I get that this is a concern. I get that it's challenging, but it perhaps speaks to why we shouldn't just have one show or just one game in town or a union running the entire shop. You get rid of the union or you meet their demands. And I think that now Biden is finding himself in a very uncomfortable position because he's supposed to be pro union, but he can't actually get this deal done. Tough luck.

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An inflation gauge tracked by the Fed slows to still-high 6%

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 16 hrs ago

An inflation gauge tracked by the Fed slows to still-high 6%

"A government report shows one measure of inflation eased last month, but is still at a high level. It's called the personal consumption expenditures index and it shows consumer prices rose 6% in October from a year earlier, down from 6.3% a month earlier, but still elevated. The Federal Reserve closely monitors the index, and the number likely reinforces its intent to keep boosting interest rates as it tries to cool the economy and ease the worst inflation in decades. We need to raise interest rates to a level that is sufficiently restrictive to return inflation to 2%. But fed chair Jerome Powell told the brookings institution yesterday the Central Bank could slow the hikes when it meets in two weeks. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 17 hrs ago

Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York

"New York's Rockefeller center Christmas tree is all aglow after a star studded concert and lighting ceremony. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in midtown Manhattan. NBC broadcast the Rockefeller center Christmas tree lighting ceremony Wednesday night, an event that featured hosts from The Today Show and artists including Catherine mcphee, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. The tradition of the tree started with one put up by construction workers building the center in 1931. This year's 82 foot Norway spruce from queensbury, New York, was decorated with 50,000 multi colored LED lights and a crystal star weighing 900 pounds. Audio courtesy and BC. Absent from the ceremony was 68 year old Today Show weatherman Al Roker, who has been battling health issues and reportedly returned to the hospital after missing his first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in 27 years. I'm Jennifer King

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Why the FTX Scandal Hits Different

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:28 min | 17 hrs ago

Why the FTX Scandal Hits Different

"Okay, so now we're going to talk about one of the biggest scandals in crypto history and that of course is FTX and a really a massive exchange that went belly up. Recently, and Danny, what do you think about this? It just feels very different from previous scandals that we've had this year. But FTX is really a much bigger company, much more high profile company. This guy, SPF was in Washington, he was a big player. What makes this scandal different, do you think? Well, I think just to brag for a moment, we killed the king here at coindesk. We broke the first story that exposed some funky business on the balance sheet, and that started a run that ultimately led to FTX of all companies and going bankrupt. So that's what's really sticking out to me right now. Yeah, there was an amazing scoop by our very own in Allison. He dug into the Alameda balance sheet and found a lot of dodgy tokens on there that turned out to be worthless, and that was really the basis or the originating factor in this collapse, so hats off to him and hats off to coin desk, it was an amazing experience. Cam, what's your take on this? Yeah, I think it's really interesting to look at the fact that so many people trusted Sam and like you said being a high profile company, you know, we have the FTX arena. We had a lot of big players, Steph Curry had an NFT collection Coachella had an NFT collection along with FTX USS NFT platform. There was so much at stake in this empire and watching it crumble has huge implications not only for the exchange industry, but the actual cryptocurrencies themselves.

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Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 18 hrs ago

Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

"U.S. radio service, the Voice of America has said that the Taliban have banned their FM broadcasts in Afghanistan, the VOA said the Taliban had also banned radio free Europe, also known as radio liberty, from broadcasting in Afghanistan, both VOA and radio liberty are funded by the U.S. government, although they claim editorial independence. The Taliban said the radio services repeatedly contravene their new press laws, the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 as America and NATO were in the final weeks of their pullout from the country after 20 years of war. The Islamic group initially promised a more moderate rule but have since restricted many rights and freedoms and implemented their harsh interpretation of Islamic law. I'm Karen Chammas

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How Bruce Jenner Fanned the Flames of American Patriotism

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:53 min | 19 hrs ago

How Bruce Jenner Fanned the Flames of American Patriotism

"But try and remember how we felt as Americans. After the Vietnam War, after Watergate, and believe it or not, patriotism was back on such full public display that people were I swear to God, people were painting fire hydrants and turning them into red, white, and blue star, spangled, monuments, everywhere I remember because my friends and I did it. And Jenner's display at the 1976 Olympics only increased that display of pride in our country. And like basketball, that the Catalan was an Olympic event that America always dominated in. It went way back to Jim Thorpe, an American who had wanted to cath lawn and every Olympics, but three from 1912 to 1968. Think about that. And as what happened in men's basketball, the United States didn't win the Catalan in 1972 because two Soviet athletes took the gold and the silver, so here comes Bruce Jenner who used to sell insurance when he was in training, he brought back gold to America in that year with a world record score of 8616, the points don't matter. It's just what I told you should manner. The fact that a guy had to sell insurance in the off season while he trained to be the best athlete in the world. And after he crossed that finish line in the 1500 meter finale, some fan rushed onto the track and gave him a small U.S. flag on a stick and right away Bruce Jenner thought, and he talked about this on the cabin, he thought, you know, maybe it was a little bit of a hot doggy move to put the flag out there. He felt it was just too much, but he decided to wave the flag anyhow, and that became a transcendent moment in American sports and America in general. Kind of moment you don't see anymore. When you see Olympic champions waving the stars and stripes after their victories now, it's because of Bruce Jenner. And I still remember watching that race. In my living room was a 14 year old kid in just thinking there was nothing and there was nobody better than America.

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"once every year" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

05:22 min | Last week

"once every year" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"So if you feel like, yeah, I feel like I look at that transition of that color to this color on that arm. And nobody would see or even appreciate, but you see in my mind. Yeah, you see it and you can not let that go with it not perfect. Right? You feel that way. It's like you get up. And this is why and this is what I mean, I am being a little bit cheeky when I said that I'd rather be called an artist than a photographer in this day and age, but sadly I do think that it is about understanding what makes a great image in your eyes. And that little example that I gave you of what I do with the new guys coming into the studio of going away and finding 20 images that really speak to you, like nobody's 20 images are going to be the same, right? Everybody's 20 images are going to be completely unique to you and you alone. And what's kind of interesting about that is within those 20 images is really your style of what you like. Because what you like in other images. If you start to implement that into your own work, big shock, you're going to be going to love more of the images that you take. But I think we need to be more cognitive with that. So that do that do that example that I did, maybe do it once every 6 months. Once every year and that sort of thing in a really, really stop and think about what you enjoy about images. And because it's not about them being in focus and correctly exposed, it really is about, oh, I really like the fact that that's got a lot of dynamic poses or this uses really bold primary colors or the fact that the photographers always download using a slightly wider angle lens. Now, you might not know this, but these are the images that you're being drawn to subconsciously. So look at those shots and then extract those elements and start putting it into your own shots. You'd rather than getting too bogged down with the technicals, just do something like that. And that can change your work hugely. Very, very quickly, and start to bring out some of that personal style that we all have as well. You know, when I think I want to end on, is just to just on your website and looking through the images that you have listed on the front there. Like I said at the beginning, it occurs to me that you understand and obsess about light. Post processing is spot on, everything just looks flawless and meticulous. But then the other piece of it is you're posing, right? And of course there's a beautiful people. So there's that, but yeah, it helps, yeah, but the posing and the poses that you implement. And then I can see some of the experimentation like dragging the shutter and doing those sorts of things in there. Where do the poses come from? Is it just you just naturally know? Yeah, I want this person to, you know, or I want to accentuate this part of the body, so is it just time? Or is there some trick? How do you do that? Yeah, yeah, I think that I think all things have a little bit of a cheat sheet, right? So I think you can start off with cheat sheets like. If a model's standing, get a weight on one foot, so it pops out one of the hips, bring one of the feet forward or if she's got a hands on her hands on her hips, like rather than a hands being like that, just get it to flip her hands around and hands like that. So you don't have these bunch of bunch of fingers like that. So there are tons of cheat sheets as it were with regards to posing. Working with professional models is going to elevate your portfolio hugely, right? Because that's their job, like that, especially if it's a model who's experienced. And really what I'm doing is for my part. I'm coming quite low in terms of the shots. So for 90% of the images that you see on my website, for example, I'm sat on the floor taking those shots. So I'm making sure that that model is very empowered in the shot. All the viewer looking at these images is really looking up at this subject. And then maybe shoot slightly wider as well and then get some of the limbs coming towards you. So you can start to play play around with that. And it is something that will come to you over time. But if you are looking to get instantly better images, then working with professional models is a very easy win for you for sure. I love it. Love it. If I was to look in your lightroom catalog right now and sort by the most used focal length, what would be at the top? Interesting, interesting, 58 mil, 58. Wow. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. I own a 58 mil. That's what's weirder about that. So you're zooming to 58. You're and I'm doing that subconsciously as well as to what looks right to me. Because it's funny you say that because I only did this a while ago now, but yeah, I actually did exactly what you said. I've filtered in lightroom to see what sort of focal length. And it was vastly vastly the most popular focal length was about 58 mil. And again, if I'm sat on the floor looking up at a human body as it were, that is kind of like, I'm using that distortion of 58 mil to my advantage. So it's actually making them appear taller in the shot. I love that.

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"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

"Recently? It is one of 370 words added to the dictionary by Miriam Webster reflecting our current times. Some of the new words or terms relate to the pandemic, the uneasy economic times, and rapidly evolving technology. Some include popular chat abbreviations. That one for what it's worth. And I see why am I in case you missed it. In addition to inflation, there is also metaverse and sub variant. The dictionary company updates its words about once every year. WTO a 1255 would money news a 25 and 55 Jeff clay ball. What's the valley is up 36 points? The S&P 500 Index is up, just two. The NASDAQ's down 21 points with foreclosure moratoriums lifted, banks are playing catch up. Adam data says lenders started foreclosures on 24,000 homes in August. That's up a 187% from a year ago. The highest foreclosure rate is in Cleveland. One out of every 1800 homes. First time filings unemployment benefits in Virginia. Rose last week, although they fell in D.C. and in Maryland, following the national trend, nationwide new unemployment filings fell for the fourth straight week to the lowest level since May. Jeff Klebold news. Just a head on WTO Queen Elizabeth's doctors worried about her health. And the 96 year old's family is traveling to be with her at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. We have a report coming up. It's 1256. You do not want kidney stones again. Changed your diet

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"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

"This is WTO news. As we all know, the commute around here is not easy. But Thursday, in particular, was tougher than normal for some of you out there. This morning, WTO fees, Dave dildine explains exactly what happened. Well, what happened was traffic was standstill and locked up like Congress during an election year on the beltway. Between tysons and Bethesda is basically no movement. So we had one official movement earlier in the afternoon and then we had another surprise official movement later on so it was a double whammy when you're sitting at a red light and you're sitting in a backup at a light when the light changes green, the traffic doesn't all start moving at once, one driver moves the next part of your move. And that's what happens on the beltway when Travis stop, but when it's so crowded and so heavy and there's so much traffic and you have tens of thousands of drivers, the movement doesn't start all at once. It takes a very long time. And I'd say we have motorcades like this about once every year that are very impactful and lead to extreme delays, but it happens. At least once during every presidential administration, unfortunately, when it happens during rush hour, the delays can be extreme. Dave, as we mentioned, it was a presidential motorcade. Does The White House or other entities in the federal government coordinate with the local folks to try to maybe make things a little easier? There is multi jurisdictional coordination, but it's headed by the feds. And there isn't much advance notice, obviously, we're not going to have a root of where the motorcade is going to go. So that's actually a good point to make to our audience. Even if we have a sense of where it's headed and what route it's going to take, we're never going to divulge that. We don't want to compromise any security operations. So detail. But what we do want to give you a sense of is the impact. And again, when it happens, when it coincides with rush hour at a coincides with one of the busiest highways in the region, you better believe it's going to have an impact. And the impacts can be long-lasting. Did you say some people were walking along the highway earlier? Yeah, I'm glad you mentioned that too. Any time we get a stoppage for more than 20, 30 minutes on a highway, it's really unfortunate, but you have got to stay in your vehicle. I know it's tempting to peer over the horizon. But we were watching the cameras and unfortunately, whether it's a crash or a medevac or a crime scene or a motorcade in this case, we do tend to get people whose curiosity gets to the best of them and they get out of their cars and they start walking down the highway and some of them made it quarter a mile away from their vehicles and what happens then is when the traffic starts moving, they're marooned and they've got to run back to their vehicles and that's extremely dangerous for obvious reasons, but also delays the recovery because you have drivers cars who are stopped in the middle of the highway during the

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"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

"The national pest management association. You're working lane on WTO P. This is WTO P news. I just want you on Friday morning welcome in. As we all know, the commute around here is not easy. But Thursday, in particular, was tougher than normal for some of you out there. This morning, if he's Dave dildine explains exactly what happened. Well, what happened was traffic was standstill and locked up like Congress during an election year on the beltway. Between tysons and Bethesda is basically no movement. So we had one official movement earlier in the afternoon, and we had another surprise official movement later on, so it was a double whammy. When you're sitting at a red light and you're sitting in a backup at a light when the light changes green, the traffic doesn't all start moving at once, one driver moves the next point. And that's what happens on the beltway when traffic stop. But when it's so crowded and so heavy and there's so much traffic and you have tens of thousands of drivers, the movement doesn't start all at once. It takes a very long time. And I'd say we have motorcades like this about once every year that are very impactful and lead to extreme delays, but it happens. At least once during every presidential administration, unfortunately, what had happened during rush hour, the delays can be extreme. Dave, as we mentioned, it was a presidential motorcade. Does The White House or other entities in the federal government coordinate with the local folks to try to maybe make things a little easier? There is multi jurisdictional coordination, but it's headed by the feds. And there isn't much advance notice, obviously, we're not going to have a root of where the motorcade is going to go. So that's actually a good point to make to our audience. Even if we have a sense of where it's headed and what route it's going to take, we're never going to divulge that. We don't want to compromise any security operations. Detail. But what we do want to give you a sense of as the impact. And again, when it happens, when it coincides with rush hour at a coincides with one of the busiest highways in the region, you better believe it's going to have an impact. And the impacts can be long-lasting. Did you say some people were walking along the highway earlier? Yeah, I'm glad you mentioned that too. Any time we get a stoppage for more than 20, 30 minutes on a highway, it's really unfortunate, but you have got to stay in your vehicle. I know it's tempting to peer over the horizon. But we were watching the cameras and unfortunately, whether it's a crash or medevac or a crime scene or a motorcade, in this case, we do tend to get people whose curiosity gets to the best of them and they get out of their cars and they start walking down the highway and some of them made it quarter of a mile away from their vehicles and what happens then is when the traffic starts moving, their marooned and they've got to run back to their vehicles and that's extremely dangerous for obvious reasons, but also delays the recovery because you have drivers cars who are stopped in the middle of the highway during the movement when it starts to please stay in your vehicles after enduring a traffic stoppage so that you can get moving and everyone can get moving. With a look at Thursday afternoons rush hour that's double DTP Dave dildine talking with Sean and Hillary. You are listening to one O 3.5 FM at WTO

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"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"once every year" Discussed on WTOP

"And as I said, I think last hour and one of the on aids reports, when you're sitting at a red light and you're sitting in a backup at a light when the light changes green, the traffic doesn't all start moving at once, one driver moves the next point. And that's what happens on the beltway when traffic stop. But when it's so crowded and so heavy and there's so much traffic and you have tens of thousands of drivers, the movement doesn't start all at once. It takes a very long time. And I'd say we have motorcades like this about once every year that are very impactful and lead to extreme delays, but it happens at least once during every presidential administration. Unfortunately, what happens during rush hour, the delays can be extreme. Dave does, as we mentioned, it was a presidential motorcade today. Does The White House or other entities in the federal government coordinate with the local folks to try to maybe make things a little easier? There is multi jurisdictional coordination, but it's headed by the feds. And there isn't much advance notice, obviously, we're not going to have a root of where the motorcade is going to go. So that's actually a good point to make to our audience. Even if we have a sense of where it's headed and what route it's going to take, we're never going to divulge that. We don't want to compromise any security operations or detail. But what we do want to give you a sense of as the impact. And again, when it happens, when it coincides with rush hour and it coincides with one of the busiest highways in the region, you better believe it's going to have an impact. And the impacts can be long-lasting. We're still talking about some pretty intense and late and long delays on the interloop in Tyson's right now. Did you say some people were walking along the highway earlier? Yeah, I'm glad you mentioned that too. Any time we get a stoppage for more than 20, 30 minutes on a highway, it's really unfortunate, but you have got to stay in your vehicle. I know it's tempting to peer over the horizon. But we were watching the cameras and unfortunately, whether it's a crash or a medevac or a crime scene or a motorcade, in this case, we do tend to get people whose curiosity gets to the best of them and they get out of their cars and they start walking down the highway and some of them today made it a quarter of a mile away from their vehicles. And what happens then is when the traffic starts moving, their marooned and they've got to run back to their vehicles. And that's extremely dangerous for obvious reasons, but also delays the recovery because you have drivers cars who are stopped in the middle of the highway during the movement when it starts to please stay in your vehicles after enduring a traffic stoppage so that you can get moving and everyone can get moving. All right, Dave, thanks for the explanation. Get back to work. Yes, sir. That's a double DTO. Dave dildo. 6 44. Leadership today, especially within the federal workforce is being tested more than ever before. After an exemplary career as a former executive at the FBI, focused on policy and strategy, Sasha O'Connell, PhD is guiding future federal leaders as the executive in residence in the school of public affairs at American university. Sasha joins host Shane canfield, CEO of wapa, to discuss her exciting career, the future of the federal workforce, and the lesson she's learned along the way. Working with students, I get that chance, right? To give my essentially my younger self advice every day and one thing we talk a lot about and I wish I had thought more explicitly about. It's really, it's about calibration, right? And so I always think Emeril lagasse would say a stove has dials for a reason. Find the full podcast and future episodes of lessons in leadership on the federal news network app, and anywhere you enjoy your podcasts. Technology lets you stream an infinite

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"once every year" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"So they drafted with their early pick. Another player was really good and then with the twelfth pick they pick me when they pick me atlanta jumped up said now you can't have. We got a contract with a signing cards atlanta. Our also had a contract with legitimate are so Walkie draft had to khadr and And at the end of the day I stayed in virginia. And that's you know that's when it opened the dauphin iceman to you know to to be teammates too so you know take you pick you know who dr b s with oscar. Graham'll is man or you know Your fate is your fate so it was my faith to go the latter route. This salamis. no so you know you've you is is the code. Oj's right so when you when you first start getting the money where you sell concept rosy what did you go by was the same pitches of for coats hats. I'd be what type of what what did you do you. I got some money where he felt like all right. I got a good. I i could do something nice for me. What did you do was it was a. He told us he got the triple black Black eldorado delight day young fell. I got the chipper black. i say. Throw her yeah. I mean. I got the nice car I got a blue on blue and blue continental mark. Three martyring was out there. And i didn't go to get it. See i took two friends would be from college. I took a lonzo somerville hermit kirks so we wrote down by nineteen sixty months chevy palette. We wrote down there. Talk about trading it in for really like little cooper or something you know. Something new and Every quarter we tesco. All i heard was complaints and his too tight back in the back sealers too low. Or whatever so we come back we get another call little bigger. We were all four us for next thing. I know like three road trips with my boys. We got an continental. I heard it go. Complaining solve seeks plenty head room all kinds of gadgets updating your display up trade my car for that one. It costs a down payment with maybe about dollars two thousand dollars. 'cause i have a big bonus money whatever that was enough house enough to change the game. It was a game changer. I think an interview that you said that you you try to dump the ball at least once every year just to see if you still can get it. S still going on to this day. It actually is not willing. As long ago. I get up to a sixty three. Hey dixie three for that. I make sure i do it. Show i give you a couple of year. Pay as they these they take it. I give a couple year. I just wanna see i need to get through. I need to get to sixty three. Okay let's get to sixty three. I think meeks task human highlight yes. He he's duncan every year and already set. 'cause i did doug sixty four stopped. I didn't even try. And then i had showed the problem oil couple years ago. I said i'm this. I ain't got no senate now something that's right.

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"once every year" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I. r. k. We're talking about immigration. I wanna get into a couple of things here. I know tucker had an amazing interview last night. It's actually not why. I wanted to talk about this subject. But nevertheless great interview last night that reinforces everything we're talking about. I'm going to go over a couple of different stats here. At least two hundred and seventy thousand migrants have sneaked. I always thought it was snuck but anyways have sneaked into the us and burrowed into communities across the country so far this fiscal year. According to the latest border patrol data the border patrol is missing about one thousand one hundred of them. A day said sheriff mark daniels of cochise county arizona. Hope i said that right. Kuchis coach who got his numbers directly from the agency co cheese county arizona. One thousand one hundred of them. A date said sheriff mark daniels. Who's sitting at number again directly from border patrol. These are people. This is a quote. The should terrify you. These are people that are coming dressed head to toe in camouflage being smuggled by cartels sheriff daniel said this is a public safety and national security risk to this country a thousand one hundred people coming into this country in camouflage clothing debt you think back to the trump administration when he was making a very public push to get groups like ms thirteen out of this country out of our communities and we just have this open border policy all of a sudden they just walking in and we not defending border patrol instead. Were defunding is. Did you guys know that. The number one agency in the united states that battles human trafficking is ice and this is what they wanna get rid of. If this doesn't get you fired up. And again i know that fox plays this stuff and hat tip to them and bill malaysian is doing a great job on the border for boxes great correspondent. He's doing great reporting. But i i'm telling you it becomes like white noise but when you start thinking about this in real terms it gets me so fired up you think about this legal immigration alone legal immigration alone into this country is every year is about the state of montana so we bring in the state of montana every single year every three years. That's the state of arkansas. So we're talk when these numbers become this off. Okay think about it in real terms. Once every year we bring in montana every three years arkansas. That's legal immigration. Now i want to play for you a clip from tucker carlson last night when he talks about this increase in illegal border crossers crossers. This is cut sixty two and he talks about this a fiscal year because from one hundred twenty nine thousand to a million. I just take this in cut sixty two so we check the numbers because we felt obligated to do that during this fiscal year which began in october. More than one million migrants had been apprehended along our border with mexico who just the ones that have been stopped. Him just kept going of course a year earlier. That number was a hundred and twenty. Nine thousand. You can see that's quite an increase. It's quite an increase and what it's doing is it's disenfranchising. Americans go ahead and get this graph up this monthly southwest border apprehensions by the us border patrol. And i saw this section of bloomberg article this morning which has a paywall..

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"once every year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Emergency services have been reinstated. Help me help me perches over, please. No, it ain't And this is set on the Texas Mexico border. Is that right? Right. It's set in South Texas, its the fifth film the Filth Fifth feature in this franchise. There was all also a television series that didn't last very long about this government sponsored night of legalized lawlessness, which occurs every once every year. In which people are given the opportunity of going out and killing other people with impunity there really being manipulated by the government as a means of getting rid of undesirables in the society. And in this case, the perjurers those who are engaged in his violence, decide that one night isn't enough and they're going to make their of their project to purify the nation a permanent thing resulting in a kind of civil war. And so in South Texas, you have the targets banding together Hispanics, Native Americans, blacks, some enlightened whites to try to make it to the Mexican border for safety. So it's there's some distinct irony there, of course. This series has always been all about violence, really, but it's had a pattern of social consciousness commentary to it and in this era When passions have become much more inflamed and political violence has become really more acceptable. The social commentary is more blatant and more heavy handed. The movie is well done for this sort of thing. And if you like seeing a lot of violence and chases and murders, it certainly provides it. The social commentary. I say, as I say, it's pretty obvious. Whether that's what's important to you or the violence is what's important to you. The movie provides either of those things, depending on your point of view, the cast is pretty good. The direction is tight. The editing is good. The special effects and action sequences are all well choreographed. So if you like this sort of thing, it's in theaters now it's probably it's being advertised, really is the last chapter in the franchise, but it's not going to be. This thing will continue indefinitely. So long as audiences keep coming, all right, that's called the Forever purge. Now we have this. This sounds good. It's Liam Neeson and Laurence Fishburne as a couple of guys that have to rescue trapped miners in northern candidates called the Ice Road. You.

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"once every year" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Good morning frank. Good morning let's start with a sequel to the purge where everyone thinks it's over except maybe it's actually not this is called the forever purge. Thank you for your participation. All police said emergency services have been reinstated please. No it ain't and this is sat on the texas mexico borders at right right. It's set in south texas. It's the fifth film. The feel fifth feature in this franchise. There was all also a television series. That didn't last. very long. About this government-sponsored night of legalize lawlessness which occurs every Once every year in which people are given the opportunity of going out and killing other people with impunity They're really being manipulated by the government as a means of getting rid of undesirables in the society And in this case the perjures Those who are engaged this violence decide that one night isn't enough and they're gonna make their Pro their project to purify the nation a permanent thing resulting in a kind of civil war and so in south texas. You have the targets. Banding together hispanics. Native americans blacks some enlightened whites to try to make it to the mexican border for safety. So it's a there's some distinct irony there of course this Series has always been all about violence really But it's had a pattern of social consciousness commentary to it and in this era when passions have become much more inflamed and political violences. Become really more acceptable The social commentary is more blatant and more heavy handed The movies well done for this sort of thing. And if you like seeing a lot of violence and chases and murders it certainly provides it The social commentary. I say as i say is pretty obvious whether that's what's important to you or the violence is what is important to you. the movie provides either of those things depending on your point of view to cast. Just pretty good. The direction is tight. The editing is good The special effects and action sequences are all well choreographed. So if you like. This sort of thing is in theaters. Now it's probab- it's being advertised really is the last Chapter in the franchise. But it's not going to be. This thing will continue indefinitely so long as audiences keep coming. That's called the forever purge now we have this. This sounds good. It's liam niessen. And laurence fishburne as a couple of guys that have to rescue. Trapped miners in northern candidates called the ice road. You heard about the keva. Yeah i'm putting together a rescue mission..

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"once every year" Discussed on The Sex Wrap

The Sex Wrap

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on The Sex Wrap

"They may lie movies in dates. They may want long relationships. They may have best friends right so it doesn't mean that you're not into relationships in intimacy in friendships. It means that you don't have sexual attraction kind of like a. I describe it to most people that lizard brain you know like you look at somebody or something. You're like haw yet that they don't have that response to the world. But there's a lot of kinds of asexuality out there and i liked this housebreaking framed. It like she said. Hey it's a spectrum and there's lots of different kinds And we say are probably dozens or hundreds and we're just gonna talk about a couple of the different kinds of of e sexuality today I think gray sexual or gray. A sexual is one of the more interesting ones. And it's just that there's who's east sexual most of the time but once in a while like well all of a sudden my body is saying yes. I'm attracted and then it goes away again i've spring and i have a really good friend. We're not gonna tell you their name but they're a sexual and once every year or two in the. Aw that's sexy. And i want some of that. And they go out and they get on dating apps they go on a few dates in they get their sexual fulfil done and then completely back to new interest whatsoever for years. So it's a great sexual right like just just sometimes and so and so sometimes people might say like okay. What's causing like someone to be this way. Sometimes of him this way sometimes. And i think that's an interesting thing to talk about because it if we're i think it's easier. Maybe for people to understand like someone who is bisexual like sometimes wanting to date or have intimacy with females sometimes with males sometimes maybe with people that are non binary identifying other ways right Because we're saying like okay..

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"once every year" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

Noah Kagan Presents

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

"I guess there's different marketing approaches to like the quantity of content Like think about Like music videos or k pop stars day only post like once every year or once every six months but when it goes it goes crazy on. Everyone watches them. It's funny because like. I don't think shitty i think definitely there's somebody as we put out. That are a lot better than others. Like good one but it feels still to some extent like it's still feels hitter misdemeanor toy foshan like better and so then i. It gets me into the quantity game. We'll do do as many as possible. But i like. i like. you're not like other opinions to other approaches. I do like that strategy though. The the quantity. Because i feel like that strategy is pretty decent. Because you don't know what's gonna go viral. You don't know what's going to work well so if you do a lot more opportunities for each of the are there more opportunities to go viral because you just put out more videos right. But i'm not saying that people who post frequently post shitty videos on like that's not true. I like for example. If i had the bandwidth to post once a week and make same kind of videos i would but i i just i just can't. I don't have team to help me. Unfortunately every thought about building our team. I have thought about building team but every time i hired like an editor or like a producer and stuff like that after a month or two. That's doesn't work out like it. Fit is not there so i have a lot of trouble there by also haven't like advertised a an open position yet. So maybe i just had like. I didn't have enough a big enough sample size to see talent. Yeah i mean. I think mechanic suggestion. Maybe oh yeah. Of course please i mean would you Well sometimes sometimes i do. I think about some feedback just depends who was saying it. I'd be curious because a lot of people have hired are that i've tried to hire. That came an easy like it. Sounds like a little bit to you like it was the first person in the network sucks are. I'm not doing anymore joey. Hiring has never come easy but it's always come effectively meaning. The first person that comes needs. It doesn't really work but if you put out a job and you actually put in effort like it extremely rewarding but like it's you get the result you get the return. I'd be curious what happened since you wanna do more. That's up to you. I can't decide that like if you put it out even on your community tab or you put it out to your list and you had a little bit of a process like how much you get the reward for the amount of input you did. Yeah honestly i. I think i just didn't put enough effort to hiring. I think one of the reasons is a little bit afraid of working with other people because then they see how bad of an actor. I am all the edits. Or what do you mean yeah. 'cause i'm really bad actor and i filmed the same thing like multiple times. Maybe sometimes even twenty times. And i edited so that looks good. And i'm a little bit embarrassed like imagine if i was working editor then they'll realize. Oh my god is terrible but But yeah i'm trying to get out of my shell trying to hire more and more people. I'm actually starting to other channels. They there aren't any videos yet. But there's going to be two separate channels that are completely different than my talk channel more. The i feel like i might be a one hit wonder with.

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"once every year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"I was super excited about this. Because i'm not running a half marathon anytime soon but i do argh almost every day at you know for some length and yeah i i have shoes that feel better than other shoes and it really is is really important so everything about this is like. This is so cool. The price tag is pretty steep. I'm not buying running shoes for two hundred fifty bucks i you know. I don't care what they're made of buds. I love the idea of something being performance enhancing on some level and comfort. Yeah i. I'm also a runner and i would say you. You know if you're running every day like when your shoes are starting to lose that that cushion and everyone kind of feel it in your body a little bit more so anything that lasted longer. I would be willing to spend that amount of money if i mean at this point. I pretty much straight out my shoes once every year or so if i could extend that a little bit then it'd be it'd be fine paying that yeah. Industrial thirty printing is is interesting. right. And i my. I'm tempted to say like. Hey just give me the patterns. And i could three d. printed on on my own three d. printer but that's that's not what's going on here. This isn't something home three d. printers likely to do very well but it does allow them to manage the supplies. Interestingly and tweak them you know make them customized all that that's cool all right let's check out the mailbag all right. Masha wrote in and said i'm worried about all the automated and enhanced translations that i see i'm not sure if it's a good thing for translations to be so seemless or so automatically generated that we forget we're not hearing the person's actual words why because those were the person's words translations are by definition commentaries bilingual person will tell you there's no such thing as an exact translation. Many words carry historical overtones. That are even harder to translate. If i'm talking about a peanut gallery. I'm talking about people who don't have the right to comment. But the deeper meaning goes beyond simply the cheap seats or commoners which is itself a term laden with historical meaning. There are also many words that have multiple meanings when you translate. You need to pick one of those means there's some fascinating studies have biblical translations and how the translators choices change the meaning of the text. I predict within five years. There'll be a scandal because of an automatic translation turn..

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"once every year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Or 170 pounds. Sterling with a Tokyo collection launching July 1st and worldwide, availability off on August 12th. Pushing, pushing pushing things forward, right? Yeah, I was super excited about this because I'm not running a half-marathon any time soon, but I do jog almost every day, it's, you know, for Sky link and yeah, I I have shoes that feel better than other shoes and it really is really important. So everything about this is like, this is so cool. The price tag is pretty steep. I'm not buying running shoes, for 250 bucks, you know, I don't care what they're made of, but I love the idea of something being performance-enhancing on some level and comfort. Yeah, I'm also a runner, I would say you, you know, if you're running every day, like, when your shoes are starting to lose that, that cushion and everything kind of feel it in your body, a little bit more choice. So anything that lasted longer, I would be willing to spend that amount of money. If, I mean, at this point, I pretty much trade up my shoes once every year or so, if I could extend that a little bit better job, Yeah, I would be. I would be I'd be fine paying that. Yeah, you know industrial 3D printing is, is interesting, right? And and you my, I'm tempted to want to say like hey just give me the patterns that I am ready printed on on my own 3D printer. But that's that's not what's going on here. This isn't something that never home 3D. Printer is likely to do very well but it does allow them to manage the supplies interestingly and and tell them you know, make them customized all that. That's cool. All right, let's check out the mailbag. All right. Marshall wrote in and said, I'm worried about all of the automated and enhanced translations that I see. I'm not sure if it's a good thing for translations to be so seamless or so automatically generated that we forget, we're not hearing the person's actual words, why? Because those weren't the person's words, translations are by definition commentaries as any bilingual person will tell you. There's no such thing as an exact translation. Many words carry historical overtones that are even harder to translate. If I'm talking about a peanut gallery, I'm talking about p.m. Who don't have the right to comment, but the deeper meaning goes beyond, simply the cheap seats were commoners, which is itself. A term Laden with historical, meaning, they're all so many words that have multiple meanings when you translate need to pick one of those meetings. There's some fascinating studies, of biblical translations and how the translators choices, change the meaning of the text. I predict within five years, there will be a scandal because of an automatic translation, turn somebody's benign words into something radical or offensive. I'm I'm with my dear right up to the Scandal like that. That is the the the thing that futurists always are people, predicting the future like wage, there will be a scandal and they're so rarely a scandal. I mean you may be right? Maybe this done there will be but usually it doesn't end up being as bad as you think. But I think this is a still a very good point which is AI is going to have to get a lot better before. They can do really valuable colloquial translations that could translate a whole book and an editor would be able to look it over and say like yeah I wouldn't I wouldn't make a whole lot of changes. Is great, that that is a skill and human translators are going to be needed for that sort of thing for a long time. I don't think that obviates, hey, I translations from being useful for kind of you know, like mundane everyday stuff though..

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"once every year" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"A lot of Jane work cannot be condensed anymore than she's already condensed to the book. And i feel like if you grinch with us are and that's and that's why the original movie is better because it is right on right on walk. It's not skipping you 'cause what the cure nightly movie i mean i'm guessing it's like a typical length of it's probably two and a half hours or so you had to cut a live because it's a long book and just lock. It happened so yeah. I think that's why i think you know. The first one is just true or to able jane austen. The bronte sisters You can't condense those. You have to do straight adaptations of all those books. Weathering i it's chain air Pride and prejudice. Those only work when you just do a direct adaptation And i've seen when they do. I think way drastically terrible versions. But i've seen really really good version. So and most of them stick with the facts of the book day of marathon. Tv watching give it a whirl it. It's not it's not a quick one but it's very good. The next time i get sick i will. That'll be my michael to. I'll be like i'll just just focus on this. Give my soup and my medicine. How just watch this This movie so we actually. We've talked most of the ones on our list. But we've got to on here that we have not talked about which we're gonna save for the last two which i'm really excited about the first one. He's he's just not that into you again. I read the book. I love the book. It's hilarious and i saw. I'm not seeing the whole of above seen parts of it and it's the of are sterile and really truthful and honest. And what have you so. I have to give it back and to have that phrase in the lexicon of like. He's just not that into you and be able to use it at any given well. It's amazing i can only imagine you've seen because it was on your list. I know you've probably seen it like a bunch of times. Oh yeah like a million times. And i like i like how you get to follow the characters and explicit you know switch it up and the different story lines and sullivan works out in some of it doesn't and i like that because that's real life you know like when everything gets tied up nicely at at the end you know in about like that's reality so yeah i mean i. I really like. I do like that movie. A lot is a lot of good actors in that movie again. It's it's a movie. I haven't seen the whole thing of again. It will be the binged night. They'll be a watch. I think my wife wants to see that. So i think they'll be ended up being Another movie night we get back to that And then the last movie that was on the top of both arduous. To be honest with you love. Actually we have to talk about love. Actually i love this movie and more specifically. This is a top christmas movie for me. Love watching this christmas. Oh my god yeah. that's you have to watch it at least once every year. You know it's it is a go joe. Thank you start the movie with. God only knows which people i've talked to people who've seen the movie and instantly like. Oh yeah they use that wonderful love song at the beginning at the nsa way the ocado. My nose is not a love song. It's actually a song of sorrow and sadness..

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"once every year" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"So saying i. I do think it's a little loss of issues that zoos have to take into account an enclosure design on. If there's a way that someone can find a way in almost certainly by will and my bed. I want some of the to be youtube star. There were valois amok. They want. They want fine. Potentially i think that might be possible. Raise him with some as papal. Yes silly man oh man. That's my story. I don't know whether it's a good one bed one. It's a sad one sad. It's a sad well. Let's jump into mind story. Mac at mine news topic this fight. Oh just take one. So he's ano- forums. You've opened a can of worms brandon. That's a can of spores hathen back way going to talk about. Encephalitis xoan kinik utilize. How a essay in rabbits marks i to. We could talk on not. Oh morning on this. But way again to mike we going to distill the the problem and a say in rabbits. And i'm gonna ask you some questions we're gonna do this What she's a can akil. What is it. that's a good question that when my that's a good question probably the bus correct so that i would usually site is an atypical fungus mark. it's an atypical fungus. So it's mark respirator spore forming parasite. But it's actually yet bicycling night. Typical fungus on united lights follow genetic studies that they've been looking at it. I'm an most of the textbooks of meister publications. Talk about a bay. Ny a mock respiratory and dutton a an interest cellular parasites. That's my answer. It does it does feel like with an colorado zone that you do have to keep up with the latest research because it does seem to be that tie as more more danae data becomes available these new insights into its taxonomy and other things as well. So that's why we probably will do this. Sort of discussion once every year. So the white scowls is an Rabbit it's what are the songs have. How how how many rabbits getting infected. That first questions are good one. Because i think it a late onto all other questions in that it's a difficult. Subject is a man united trying to explain to a client when nisi echo what is a. Ac what is this condition that my rabbit has that my own might not be showing clinical signs.

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"once every year" Discussed on CRM Rocks

CRM Rocks

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on CRM Rocks

"You might want some additional information about me as a customer you might also have some empty money laundering process assists Incorporated into your kyc For some that also means checking if you are a person of a political exposure The like there's a lot of different like factors that has been integrated into some regulations that are critical to to know about customers in banking. Yes this is really good so this is more of a process in workflow them perhaps the entity. So so that comebacks to the decide about industry's pretty much regulated. So know your customer is just not the who am i talking to also that where did you get your money from your part. It can also be an element of at least in norway are the banks are required to ask a few questions in a certain time frame so like once every year they might need to collect some piece of information from you like. Will you send a lot of money abroad. Read you get your money from like you said. Are you receiving a lot of financial transactions from outside. Let's say norway or your country borders right. So if we're like in the eu and the banks are pretty much anywhere. It could be that you sort of okay. Well it's silver-haired you just have to prove that the from your other bank governor there. Oh yeah what have you. Let's stop this round than go for a bit more so so there's referral sharing and the on boarding of this process goes on right with the brick close in the end disease so it's just not just a well we made this five minutes investment here and there's actually some tangible things are do you have customers who's using this yes We have customers like in in debravo nods globally. We have customers using the microsoft accelerator but also with our our own models on top. It's they don huntsman's the that vcr typical for our banking customers. That's either not yet been added to to offering from microsoft or they might being the like a niche area. That have something they would require on top so we are using the the microsoft accelerator to accelerate our own accelerators nice. So that means that you eat or have something perhaps country-specific some brunch specific things or just. I mean each banking accelerator translated into norwegian. or radio. do you do that. That would be something that we do but a lot of like based languages in the dynamics are translated to norwegian already There might be some since its machine translated. Not everything is translated perfectly so we always do like a a a check to see if there's anything. We should make more norwegian or a different native language than in addition on region. Bank might be a little different from a swedish bank but they might be quite similar but see banks in. Let's say uk or in the us. They're quite different from banks A typical norwegian bank would probably also be selling insurance and be kwena multicolored back and offer a lot of products from from a to see and the financial needs. So that's why insurance is closed into.

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"once every year" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"once every year" Discussed on The Know Show

"Happened has opened a judicial panel acquired. But that's a story for another day. The core is. This is a great trae similar to my findings stats. Nigeria's of national security is so politically tainted that there's perhaps the limits to the to physical violence that the government would miss out against citizens organized police force to crush any sorts of political opposition. Or any sort of headway and sort of disturbances to the stability of the central regime. The leckie massacres. is actually a product of this another Where the government remains wholly focused control of political power in the center but delegates with a very freehand the the fighter repression pop any political dissent to specialized units will get the army would apiece force who accountable to anyone domestically or internationally are commit. Violence insists however depletes burger. Listened british colonial rule. So we're ause unit police squidward where them all politically align to Give him artie or they just politically aligned to just funding from the central government. They are allegiance to whoever is in power that point in time until the niger. Police force before independence owed. Its allegiance to the british governor. General at the time and insolence switch to the prime minister and said these forces are up don't necessarily have any political leanings towards parties as long as a party can take over control of the center. Their allegiance is to the continuation of the units fire funding arm and proximity to power. I constitutionally does Is their remedy for for this. Because obviously i mean i'm telling you this because constitutionally we have the almost identical problems in iraq the difference being that we don't have a specialized unit. The infants is that we have so Constitution that allows you know these leeway for for certain abuses of power to happen and so. Do you think that there is a remedy for this or do you think that is something. That's become too ingrained in the political sphere. In in in nigeria. Bring up the constitution a because niger tying has had four major revisions to its constitution. And at this point in time we're acting another nineteen thousand nine of metro constitution saddam. Last time we had an overhaul the interesting nigeria's constitution is that through the strings of military dictatorships firm nineteen sixty six all the way to nineteen ninety eight these dictatorships came in an either suspended the constitution completely or so to be bright entire constitution points in history where the supreme sovereign power was a federal military governed military council or prime minister or president of these institutions in their pollution actually entrenched and enshrined the interests of those parties though were able to violently take over political power and so when we talk about international talk about human rights and the rights of peaceful assembly and rights to political asian in nigerian is override in provision privatized stability of prioritize mitigating or minimizing sort of disruption to the country and so these provisions were actually introduced by military declarations miniature acts in the ridge leaders and a lot of these things have actually been passed into the nights nights so looking for remedies to this fisk repression of political dissent within the nigerian constitution. Itself is actually a futile exercise. However negeria is state parties cape a lot of international treaties agreements exist in a world where there's north instead become crystallized over time that meant to protect human rights in the individual agreement injury as pocket to is the room that which essentially establishes international criminal prosecution and protects the rights of citizens especially citizens so they're protesting peacefully. Now even let me difficult to propose political reform domestically. Niger is still constrained. But provision up to robes Until going into a peaceful protests up with meditated aid of shooting thou protesters with live ammunition goes against his grave violation of the room. Statistics that is why people have cold for national criminal investigation again. Like the nigerian constitution. International criminal investigation isn't something that can effectively deterred a government carrying them for precipice titties. As matter of fact is carried out much more grievous violations of the In recent years heard a buckle haram the terror deterrent organization in northeastern major when butter haram disintegrated into a full blown insurgency. Many parts of northeast injury puts under emergency legislation under state's emergency and according to amnesty international Lot of society organizations in humanitarian organisations the ground that would bring violations carried out against human rights of not bystanders sympathizers. Took around and face of it. It doesn't seem like a big deal those award Insurgency but why is it permitted that a government can some early execute in flattened villages that they suspect of being sympathetic to the political aim. Cement insurgent group take an active potent insurgency. And if there's a suspicion perhaps people have the right look. Perhaps they do have the rights to face. You process it. The rights to be investigated through judicial system. It shouldn't be that the states can go in there and carry out. Extra-judicial killings international criminal court at least since the twenty fifteen almost once every year has had a reason to open preliminary investigations into the niger government but the thing about international criminal court is that the principle of complementarity this principle states.

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