26 Burst results for "Oshii"

"oshii" Discussed on Ball

Ball

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Ball

"Of dollars because he's an idiot so entertained like he's lucky he didn't get caught with the gambling's that'd probably ended his career and now he's getting suspended for cova like fake cards. Just listen each their own. But you don't even have to get it so why why cheat it doesn't make sense to me this speaking of that. Because the new rules they have this season. Unvaccinated players cannot use anywhere other than team hotel practice facility and the arena. They're barred from everything else. So maybe right so it's inconvenience but he could still be an active player not lose twenty one games of the season and all the money so just so strange bella and do you think. He's actually betting on his own games. I don't think he is i really. Don't i think i believe that. These guys are smart enough not to do that. I would give them the benefit of the doubt or that. But who knows sammy. It sounds like he's pretty dumb guy so who knows all right so now. What do we think about the olympics. So we have. The nhl players are heading back to the olympics for the first time in years. What do we think is the best thing for hockey. These players wanna play for their country outside of winning the stanley cup on so they might say that. Winning the gold medal for their t- their country is the the top thing in their careers. So the fact that they weren't allowed to time was unfortunate for them and for us watching. You wanna watch the best players in the world competing on that level and united states. We're going to be up there and we're going to have a great shot Tj oh she hasn't been named with team yet but he will be that guy's a star he's leading with washington right now so you get to play with ovechkin everyday. So that's a great thing but oc is a star for us so we should be good paying. Olympic team. Lessen canada's going to be the leaders. Russia will put up a good suad. You'll find a sweden in here and there but usa. I think we really great shot. We were younger squad. Ozzy patrick kane. Our best player in my opinion But you guys like oshii. Great defenders john. Carlson who's also in washington so we'll we'll be good wa good good run but you never know. If canada had mckinnon they have sidney crosby. They have connor mcdavid. That's going to be murderers row of of athletes coming out of canada. Yeah canada always has a really fucking great team. It's amazing how many stars they can put on there. And yes i agree with you. I think that the olympics is a great thing. I think they should take the break in between in order to give them that players love at fans love it. It's fucking amazing. Speaking of all right. Let's move to the final thing. We're gonna talk some standings here. We're gonna get your predictions. We have some clearance standings here and so We have the florida panthers leading the eastern conference. We have saint louis leading in the western conference. Obviously it is early after just a week but what you know from the off season coming in. Obviously chicago loaded up. Obviously you have biggest coming back. You have edmonton What are you thinking..

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"oshii" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Kind of erupting her proc- yeah she's mid time and she's even like it's complicated like even when i'm not trying time every shot like it's communist. Shouldn't be a complicated right. I agree with you. It didn't didn't megaton doesn't make a ton of sense. I guess it kinda does i don't know but basically what they can do. I think each person has forty five seconds when you get on when you get quote unquote on the clock and they start timing your shots which we've got activists officials so that everybody should be on the clock at all times trying to see something say something sounded exactly each shot. You have one one thing at a time here. Each player has forty five seconds for each shot. But if you hit it quicker than forty five seconds you can bank time three daycare and basically they keep tabs like they keep an aggregate times like chess for the entire. It's exactly like chess. She would have just said that she. You know what you play chess move. Maximum amount of vacation time that you can accrue will say ed's defense. Their match was not the only match on the clock today. Finished with like the they were on seventeen green when the group ahead was on eighteen their group was not like let's give them a pizza party for also we. We watch almost the whole match. And i never once thought mildly slow. I actually thought the opposite. Because i wanted to point it out and i was like did punchbags because she was on the fucking clog after the second. Yeah well then. it's working. Yeah yeah yeah. Because we're they were in line. Can i say this guy reached guys. I love your passion for it though i just i i hate slow play and i think it's almost like slow and one thing i will ride for at least catnip. Catnip for leona maguire. Maybe the fastest player i've ever seen in my life. Well and both opposites to the hyperbole spectral. I feel like we just giving. Was that a free pass on this like fifteen times. It's for every type. It's it's the eighty film week here. Here's what oshii got timed. Ooh i tell you my biggest takeaway here is like when you watch on i. Well actually it should. It should be the opposite but like her playing slow. I i i never even thought about it today. The crowd number loud about six or seven holes. But why shit. 'cause he slow shift to the ball because he's got donkeys. I feel doing her work feeling. You're right you're not doing her work before turn. That's my biggest issue with it so anyway. I don't want this to turn into what kind of disgusting. I don't wanna talk about slow way. I didn't hear anybody point. Nobody knows that bad but but again we're we're gonna we're gonna call this thing close right like you're grabbing a little bit of cloth little bit of jersey. We're calling it. Evidently with the referee yesterday missy misdemeanor i. We've we've had a robust dialog off lied about the conversation. I don't want to relitigate the rule yesterday. I do want to say. I thought your joey crawford shifts so as work. It's just part of the game and it needs to be like between the like in the match in between the between the players and when you take it off of the players your issues with the rule though because the watch just the rule. It's with the it's with. The rules official being empowered to will. Then they should not have a rules official with each group or they should not have the rule be the if the rules officials. See something they have to say. I'll tell you the captain's empower the rule. That's fine but i'm saying at some point if empower the rules officials then. I want these. I want him on the clock at all times because she straight meeting in my opinion on the clock and they timed them and they were as affects her. She's after she's already taken. It takes to get put on the clock not that much you fall behind. Yeah and they start a whole behind the way they separate out these times. I've heard like at least four or five matches on the clock this week just walking around like here in rules. Official talking about is happening anyways. Let's move on what what's next. What are stuck out. Tc what what stuck out to you in the positive first of all little bit worried about selene boots. I think she was. What three hundred one or four. No four no last last go around. They've kinda hidden her this when she she is. She said i'll both matches. She played both of the uh the book editor. She played thursday or thursday. She played saturday morning and sunday afternoon. Okay yeah which. I just didn't i don't know i think she's one of the stronger players. I think she's better. She's just good match. Placing fishy should be one of the steadier players. Simone hall like the. I don't think the analytics are going to jump out for her like that. She's gets the ball in the hole right. Excellent potter some very curious. See what she does tomorrow. You know again her she. I mean to played pretty well like she did. Like i don't know. I just don't understand sitting twice. It's just weird to me that she was weirdly emotional after her match that she one on saturday morning. I don't i just don't know if there's more to the story there or not but it was. We're coming around trying to find out what. Yeah so. Al ewing missed shortcut to lose a match essentially or lose half point or to not to lose lose the match and so she was in tears and then selena was also tears after winning the match correction. They have it. I'm sorry guys. Yeah yeah we never really got to the bottom of that..

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"oshii" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"I mean i think they're okay pretty cool. I guess and then ac- seguin thirteenth age humble. Bundle twenty five bucks. We'll get thirty. Seven items and proceeds will help the oceana oshii anna charity. Check that out it's fear thirteenth age. It's a good time to check it out. Get just interested in twenty five bucks for thirty seven items which is at least one those books as a fifty dollar book and print. I don't know if i have gotten a. I mean sometimes these brun rerun and i don't know if i have this one or not i don't know i have thirty thirteen. Change h pdf's. I've got him from balcony supported earlier in the day. But yeah there's a lot there what else we got here last one stingers spores kickstarter thinks that academic in for bringing this one to our attention. It's got twenty three days to go has at its funding goal. It's a tabletop. Rpg of high fantasy and insects using the savage worlds rules system. I- fantasy meets entomology in standards in spores romp across mysterious perilous lands of insect kingdom experiences. New excited we're old from a compound is the bugs who live there. Love it fun fun. Fucking golden age amen. I thought that you game needed to be made. And i don't even needed. Don't throw that word out that game would be made with somebody out there. Say i got an idea. Asked fucking cool. So if you're the bud guy analytical or if it's just different something you wanna do that's just crazy weirs that's true on your players. Get cursed or polymorphic Turn into a thing or reincarnated as like i guess. What fucking goldman lookit. Brady's he's prepping the always state mavs copies preps going through some of the glengarry glen. Ross jeff's that coffee coffee is closures. Second-place steak knives. That's gonna watch again. That's larry's are these leads are shit your shit. You'll like it quit. What are we talking about next week. Brett's we had this up there for bit. And i want to grab onto it because i did it for the lung. And we're gonna start. We're gonna talk about starting in a tavern so that'll be next week starting in a tavern or or starting somewhere other than tabar no starting in a tavern. Oh boy yeah why you would do it. What about it. How do you make interesting. Everybody doesn't know but do better. So we're gonna talk about fantastic. Excellent do that. We'll do that one. Thanks for everybody. That concludes his chauffeur. This week thanks for everybody. Showing up and for the live taping. We appreciate it We tape here every monday night at eight. Pm central time at gaming aps dot com for you say tape..

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"oshii" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Should they write everything now and the black dude up against the wall is just intensely looking at all of this and he finally stopped answering the he starts laughing. And she's like do you think something's funny. And he basically turns towards the do on a while we find his name his mercer he basically turns towards mercer. And he's like you don't want us in charge amy. And he's like yeah and he was like what. What is this shit. You got us as as in the same fucking questions over and over. Thinks they've been at eight seven hours straight. You know y'all got us in the hold and sell what the fuck is this. I know this major charge. Rose you what would you before the default was your a cop you like. They can sue and start walking around with an ice matter. I mean let me know life madame right like he basically carmona him on your shed light man you getting off on the fucking authority of this and whatever like whatever you're doing is some boost it just let us in. Don't let us now believe us. You know whatever like stop playing with these games So then after he tells them that you know. I think everybody my reaction to lie oshii 'cause like is this show because he got so upset. He aggravated his condition. He started coughing and he was calling me so hard because we know he's sick and mercer was like do you want some water and i was like no did he just gave no other anyway and he drank it all down hard and i'm like you know. They are saying that they kept asking a lot of questions about health. And i know mercer noticed that Yeah olive notice that 'cause everybody kind of looked at each other right. It wasn't a regular call to the Looking at you like okay. Just there's something not right at as something. He's not telling us. And i don't know what's going to happen but i think there's a reason why he gave now water. Wouldn't be surprised if they tested the glass or some shit like they're really. I'll be shocked. Because i kind of condition. You can test for that kind of way but like a thyroid. Ultra like you need some extra ray type shit to see the see was going on with him if he has cancer but okay oh i mean not for that but but maybe to test maybe my. He might have had blood in the. I mean you just never know some form of a residue or something. Yeah i think i think. They noted that he drank all that shit. I needed to drink at all to even be able to talk again and it was obvious that something was wrong with him even if.

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"oshii" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Don't get acacus bill. Stick it right up next to my. It was backing off a little bit. Because i'm having a home with you so it makes it a little bit easier but that is a i. Let's talk about final takeout. Because we've had a great discussion here. Again's what do you think from today's conversation. Knocker relating to take away put into their patients tomorrow. I think it's take a couple of the technical attributes of lens and make sure that as you're fitting the patient you let them know about those technical attributes and let them know what is it. That's unique about their. I because everybody's i is unique. What is it about unique about their i. That you're matching these special technologies for them to give them what you think is the best winning combination because all of a sudden you know when they get that bill and says wow my fitting was one hundred and twenty five dollars. They say i know what was involved. That hundred and twenty five dollars. They looked at all these aspects of my eye and they knew all these technologies in this lens and they matched the right lens for my. I and i'm very willing to pay hundred twenty five because i see the value that is such a good practice management Beauty because like you said contact on evaluations i think most people managing Right now are charging separately for them. Insurances are reimbursing them so if you are encouraging them not getting paid to do them but we have to educate the value of them at about why it's important because many patients will come in and say like larry bit for contact lenses. I don't mean to again be absolutely making clear like this is not a fitting. We're evaluating specific. Parts of the health of your. Is that contact on. The facts to maximize the technology available to enhance your vision. And when you put it like that it's like okay. It's you're doing a lot of work in just because we're trained in spending time with contact lenses everything and can make decisions. Dedicated missions doesn't mean there is a law technical knowledge and training went into the faster decision making skills. Let's think feel like. I used to try and do it. Real quick on my feet in oshii really knows what she's doing. She grabbed that lens right away. Now i feel like i've had to back off of that. Because the whole. Why do i need a prescription from you can go online and type in my glasses Which is what. I got from last week and i said you can't do that. Bill go check you and he said no. I do it. Every year. And i did get a Did actually fats which enemy happy. But it is one of those where i used. I was trying to do with the opposite. I don't want them to non thinking about this. It should be something that i just wanna do. Sign the doctor. And now i feel like it is one of those where the more you show. Them does differentiate why they're asking you contacts instead of just picking a random one out of a hat in getting on sale right. No so true are another conversation that we'd had prior to this. Is our patients coming into your office. These are patients who are choosing to come to you at this point if someone just wants their exact same prescription and they don't see any value in your exam. What you're doing is very easy for them to review the Without seeing you at this final is the honest reality. So you're giving a very important opportunity for people who are still open minded to seeing a doctor. Make sure you give them a great experience because you don't want to under impress or underperformed in having wrong no next year. Probably just click that button..

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"oshii" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"Work on a on a momentary basis. And then you know again is this. If you if you really want this to occur this practice it will occur. I'm not saying it's going to be easy. But if you start to apply it and take you know in in this toll you may get one thickness helpful and if you get one thing. That's a great thing because then you can actually apply it and see if it actually works and then the next thing is then. Don't judge yourself too harshly in this because again. That's just another game. Remember that that basis of of of salmon which is doing nothing you know doing nothing also means don't bring him these things were icon. I'm good etc. That's doing something it's it's you know it's just doing something that's negative again. They're on the side of good practice. If it's if you feel that you're not practicing well enough mahad enough. Is that then put something in that really supports you and you'll focus and then in time you'll you'll begin to see the things that you're adding on top of your own life and you'll see you obey the basic wonder of your own big again. You know the border and the whole cohen of buddhism is around that buddhist first statement. I o the The wisdom of the two of the awaken want to us. Nece you know so really. He's a firm in. All of life is every single practitioner in that way but then the colonists is really. Can i really make that into my life. You know no no matter what happens. They'll be they'll be easy times where you can say you know magnanimously. I can say that. I may be amongst a whole bunch of friends suma while great you know the whole world is his way could then this is why then i might be having inaugural with someone else of difficulty and then book and i say the same thing then. It's almost like saying it through clenched teeth. You home in july. No but the thing is is the We we are a package as human beings we come with all the human aspects and the and the aspect of practice is to really see into these things. I could say that cliche to see that. They are vast and empty. But why this is important is to see that. These are not permanent. These things come and go all of these negative positive things that we have as human beings but the living itself doesn't know. Can we really appreciate you know. And i say this over alvarez. I remember with with mike zimmer. Oshii the the first year almost a year was that with him at the end of every talk. You'd say appreciate you light an iv going. Yeah that's all right for you as all right you're your light and then it'd be then after a while is like.

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"oshii" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Book free. That's code juicy to get your first book free all right. Well we excited about your play. We're all gonna go see it. Wrong and flying onto co two arkansas dacoven posted but uh because i talked to deandra from real houses of dallas. Oh yeah she was talking about that. Recently she was on the table read last night. I don't know if she's doing a show or or if she was just helping out for the table. No effect if or zebra funding hopefully. It's a big hit. It'll be one of those things. That's in several cities. Yes yes yeah. She was very funny. Let's talk about britney spears. Okay good news. The dads finally out. She has this good lawyer but the dissecting of the instagram. I think amount. I think i'm like over it. I cannot figure this check out. No i know. And it's i mean people are. There are so many theories it's like no it's not her and then oshii sitting a message. So i can't. I can't keep up. Because i'm one hundred years old but i'm talking about the latest one guy. It's her in bikini pants. White bikini pants red boots and she's covering her boobs now. The previous one was that she thinks that her face gotten thin because her whole body's getting thin but first when she gets then it starts with their legs and then she gets thinner in her stomach. Then she gets thinner and then she's thinnest in her face Okay so that was kind of weird. Okay and now it's eight. Swipe swipe to the right photos of her just told her boobs which body looks great. Looks great yeah. She's covering it up boobs. That instagram keeps it on and she says this you know no. I'm not pregnant I have boobs in these weeks that she was pregnant. I expect No i'm not pregnant boobs in these picks because i devoured food i mean okay no i have a gut because i devour. Yeah giving dinner. You're not like let me go in the back and just bra-strap you're like. Let me unbutton a wish that it went to my boob. She says. I want you to understand my thoughts on exposing my skin. It's my opinion. It's quite twisted. The immediate response of when any woman is hot and they wanna shed a layer. I'm not talking in a strip club or performance just for practical scale of being in your car realizing you're wearing a stupid long-sleeve shirt in the summer. Now we in her defense. She hasn't been able to drive for thirteen years right. Okay the immediate reaction to any woman who does feel this after shedding layer is damn. I feel better therefore you think you look better. I've had a billion shows where i've done that and to my horror. Sometimes i don't look great. Well every photo. I've seen her on. Stage looks great. Yeah too many times and it's embarrassing as fuck but in my imagination. It felt great. I mean i don't want anybody to see the big dimple my ass. But i feel like performing made me too self conscious about my body and that's don attractive anyways. I bet you're wondering what exposed body now. Well it's because i was born in this world naked and i honestly feel like the weight of the world has been on my shoulders and it's mainly view myself that way so anyway. I'm happy you know. I'm just as a mom right of teenage boys in which she has teenage boys. I mean look. I know there's moms of teenage boys that have only fans that are porn stars. That are webcam girls. You have to pay the bills you know but hopefully maybe your kids don't know that that's what you do i think or they don't see it..

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"oshii" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Old geeks a weekly talk. Show hosted by brian. Chiu meister and jason phillip discussing the finer points of what went wrong on the internet. And who's to blame the grumpy old gigs jason to filipo. And i'm here with my special guest erik hunley. How're you doing doing good eric doing good. This might be a little rusty show. I've been gone for a week. Maybe i i've gotta work being grumpy last time. I heard that wasn't grumpy enough. I thought you're pretty grumpy. But you can ease into it. You can ease into it so get a little follow up. Brian has made it to toronto and should be back next week. And i'm sure he'll be grumpy with the cross country move or multi-country move which is enough to make anybody grumpy. But i do have a little follow up on the last episode i got i got a few emails saying that. I was a misogynistic pig. Dog mo fo for calling this influencer. Who was who got cova was going around with no mass getting people. I know sick. And i called her Face well nothing. Like say in the c word to piss off a bunch of american everybody everybody else around the world because we we do have a very international audience. They're like what's the big deal. I'm like i don't know are saying isn't that just ain't hello exactly exactly so The story just kept going with this check and it was. It was worse than i even thought so she was asymptomatic. She got a positive test but was dramatic and ended up just living life like normal. No mask going out then. I see on her instagram stories. What's she doing that day. Oshii is delivering uber. Each and post mates all day. Typhoid fuck and mary lovely. Yeah isn't that great. Don't you just love how we went through a year and a half of all this bullshit just for influencers to go out there and say doesn't matter to me. I'm special good lord no matter where you fall on it if you have something. Stay the fuck home. Yeah i mean she she just just had the flu and stayed at home but nest please. Now let's drive around west hollywood and give away food to people coming on it so i'm sure. The driver the cameraman enter her influence sidekick. Were all very happy to have that in the car on times. Yeah no kidding. Good lord if they got it. I'm sure they did or they already had it. Who knows all these people have added a million times already. Share the love Definitely inver news. We always talk on the show about how nobody ever gets fined for anything and nobody does ever go to jail. We know that that's a that's a given in fines of usually been you know coffee budget for about four hours. For most of these companies well the eu has hit amazon with one four eight hundred and eighty seven million dollars. That's not chump change. No that's like a company party. Yeah exactly you know the balloon budget for the year but now. This is the biggest. Gdp are fine so far of course they're going to appeal it and probably get knocked down to like twelve bucks but at least at least they're trying they're trying over there. I have mixed feelings about some of the stuff. I i'm wondering if gdp are things like that may force a change because yeah that that fine obviously get hit the bottom line but if they keep hammering you know it It won't even be a thousand cuts. Let's say they get one hundred of those fines I guarantee they'll start paying attention. Yeah we're going to start talking real money. You know every little bit counts every little bit counts. I think we need more. Well we've got another one here francis. Crackdown on google's ad tech for a two hundred and sixty million dollar fine so yeah okay Think that was the Let's see here. Yeah this was their basically you know more. Gdp our ad tech stuff This was from the french the other one. the other one was actually in luxembourg. Because that's where amazon has their headquarters but this one's coming from the french so you know these things are adding up there. Adding to this shoe came back. Yup and she came back one hundred ninety four million dollars exactly so maybe third round. It'll be a billion i. That's what i'm saying that they're going to change if they keep getting their door. Not yeah the thing is though. Are they actually paying up. Because as we saw with some of the uber stuff here in california they basically got. It knocked down to a parking ticket. So it's are guys are really really going to end up paying it if they start having to pay out on these. That's when the change is going to happen. It's europe though in california. That's true that's true. We're just too damn hippies over here so my fingers crossed my fingers crossed But we do have another one so this is a zoom one remember. Zoom was saying at the beginning of the pandemic and everything was end to end encrypted. And we're all good and turns out. They weren't yeah. Yeah well they got slapped on the wrist for eighty five million dollars so that's not that's that's more in line what we see here in the states you know sure. I don't know what their bottom line is. Because god knows their market share has gone up so much. Oh cove it alone there. I mean multi-multibillion-dollar company so it's like this coffee coffee mate irritating though is really the incentives on all of these companies is to just do it. Yeah this is a little bit of a cost of doing business marie. Everybody's ready to penny or two. Thank you very much. Yeah that's it we end up paying for it. Obviously but always that's part of it. We end up paying for it so so we might not want to wish to ill upon them but it would be nice if they did change their tune every now and again so i mean that's okay. We got three two good fines in a may find so far last week. So if something. It's something sidetracked. What are your thoughts on. What apple is doing with the iphone and about the story later. I'm talking about right now. Where they're saying. Hey they're tracking you..

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"oshii" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"oshii" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"In migrelief videos for like a year ago And i'm not sure how it just caught Any sort of traction right. But i'm perplexed to say the and i started to entertain this. Actually i ended up speaking with her. And there may be a future where we sit down and have a civil discourse. Because i think i think there's some meat on this bone i really do. She's obviously a Expert when it comes to debate. And i'm obviously a fucking idiot for the most part but i think part of my stick is I i'm able to educate myself because As much as i joke about it. I i i do care about this and i and i do have a semi intelligent rain where i i believe i'd be able to hold my own in the conversation Her belief that the These issues that many white people or or many people claim people of color up against do not exist her belief that we are at a point where we are equal in stature. Oshii she believes that. Yeah which is and. I'm sorry if that's not entirely correct. But that's the that's the overall sentiment of her discussion that it is overstated. The the that that racism still exists in america and has such an adverse effect to people of color. You know it's sad to me is how people stir up emotions like this. You get what i'm saying like you were trying to do a good thing and for somebody to sit in. Hawkeye's view and be. I'm gonna spend some issues with this to me. It's like i. Isn't she supposed to be waking up every single day in causing like the world turn in a good way. Why did you pick up for cloud for for cloud and views here again. Do you cow at all. All of this just trends up and blends and creates. I'm conversation under it like when you go to the replies. Yeah of just bullshit. That's all that's all all and i've realized that this is this is representative of the majority of conversation happens on the internet. But like if you scroll down to the replies they're all about how logan didn't righty. He's reading off a checks notes. You see the checks notes thing. I think that was her stick which interest when he wrote. No but let row. No i already clarify. This is my first response under the think. Fuck it's not it's gone. No no no. No did you respond. I responded to my thing. I said i wrote this on my laptop. I read it on my laptop. This is no different than your favorite news. Television show miles a teleprompter. So question to once again is an and it's the question that i found myself asking myself. I hold on a second. I just went into a hyper reality where i exists multiple times. I will be back. The question asked. We'll be which is when you. When do you ever respond..

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"oshii" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Ross i don't think is played special teams at the nfl level. I know he played them in college. I don't believe he is played special teams at the nfl level. So i'm not so sure he makes the roster on defense. Let me think here for a second. I keep going oshii symbolism if he's going to have a role on this team he don't wanna give up on young talent and you also have to keep in mind that this is a kid who coming from old dominion had a little bit more of a learning curve. I think to the nfl that being said if there is a priority which there seems to be on the giants getting to the playoffs. Are they going to have the patience to continue to let him develop or does he may be get sent to the practice squad where i believe the wolves for the practice squad are going to be the same as they were last year. So that's what. I'm thinking in terms of moves that may be giant fans might not see coming But you know again. Let's see how they all do in camp. But i could see you know. Ross stop making the final fifty three. And i see maybe zimmerman as getting bumped from the fifty three down to the practice squad. Patty in terms of zimmerman. Is i have kind of made the same prediction. And let me ask you this. Having had a chance to talk to. Patrick graham a number of times last year and talk to the giants. Linebackers coach is beal. Mo before he left you take a college head. Coaching job and kevin sharer. Did you at times before before. O'shane got hurt. Did you at times get to feeling that that..

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"oshii" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on The Young Turks

"She's making some progress and apparently they lied to her and in specific regards to the courts and she thought that she could not get rid of the conservatorship so she recently found a is that amazing. She's been on the conservatorship for thirteen years. And she recently found oshii actually could petition to get rid of it so apparently if you believe her at all and i do given the evidence we don't know the other side of the story too well but apparently they've been lying to her the whole time to try to keep her under control now. Look here's some evidence that we can all see with our own is relevant. First of all it's sixty million dollars controlling. So let's just keep it real on. What the motivations exactly. And that's that's a huge part of the story and i would argue that when you're setting up conservatorship arrangement involving someone who makes millions and millions of dollars because there are a popular performer. Maybe keep an eye on that arrangement to ensure that there's no exploitation and abuse taking place. And so i mean. She talked about how this is civilised sexual abuse. I don't know about that. I do know that. I mean it is abuse of some sort. If she's anywhere near tone the truth which again is looks like she is and so they would make her work seven days a week in control what she ate and didn't eat. Why because she's a product to them and the product needs to be skinny and the product to work around the clock. I mean it's just. It sounds grotesque. Now he to me. Here's an obvious. Tell okay for those of us who don't know the whole inside story because of course there's some percentage chance that they're right in what if she has mental health issues and we're listening to our but we don't know the other side but wait a minute guys if i'm the data in a situation like that and my daughter is going through this incredibly traumatic thing and then she thinks i'm at fault. What would i do. Well i would say oh my god. I can't believe she thinks that. I feel heartbroken over that. So let's solve this an easy way. I'll get. I'll step out of the conservatorship. I'll let my wife to it or she's uncomfortable with my wife. Let's find someone that is trusted that can do it. Because i wanna get my daughter help. I don't want her to just be on our own. Because i'm worried that she's a danger self but if people think it's i'm trying to take advantage of all my god. I don't want that at all. I don't want people to think that about me. But more importantly. I don't want her to think that or anyone else solicit for your hate grows guard. Come let's go and let's find mutually someone that we can work with to put her in the right conservative and by the way the money doesn't have to go to me. I mean that's it's my daughter's money. She thirty nine years old. Why does the money doesn't have to go to me at all. It should go to her and it should be protected under a trust that cetera. Now has the.

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"oshii" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Two thousand nineteen. That's enough plastic packaging to circle the earth more than five hundred times in the form of air pillows. Oshii anna also found that an estimated twenty two million pounds of this plastic packaging polluted the world's freshwater marine ecosystems last year. That's equivalent to a delivery. Vans worth of plastic packaging polluting. The ocean every seventy minutes. Now amazon disputes. That report says it's a drastic over estimate and they say the amount of packaging is only a quarter of that but that's still a hundred sixteen billion pounds of plastic in two thousand nineteen is that i mean just i don't know anesthesia. How we can understand that number other than it's still a lot it is still a lot. It also depends a lot on what you do with that waste. Once you've done with that box so that plastic packaging inside the box. So and that's you know we would put it in our recycling bins and we put it in trash cans. But then what's the system for recycling all waste removal in your local area. And you in the case of where i'm from and where i live in connecticut. We actually have a waste incineration plant but many other places it's gonna go to landfill and some other countries it really does lay out into the environment and it is the problem so it is. It is a big impact on the packaging side. Forceful yeah so. The packaging is one of the most materially recognizable aspects of amazon's environmental impact. You were about to talk about a little bit upstream in terms of the delivery system That gets that packaging to consumer doorsteps. Let's listen to how. Jeff bezos himself describes that delivery system. We have a lot of delivery vans and they all burn fossil fuels today so that's basis in twenty nineteen. I mean let's talk a little bit more anesthesia about the transportation piece of amazon here right. I think it's one of the big corporate case strategies to be really fast and efficient with getting those packages to your doorstep. And the way that you do that through a huge network of vans and trucks and distribution centers and then further up the chain we have shipping and and planes and big complex supply chain system to make that all happen and today is mostly fueled by fossil fuels that that is correct. But in a few minutes. We'll talk about amazon's commitment to Electrify a lot of it's Delivery system. If i can put it that way because i do want to acknowledge that. They are moving in that direction. But shouldn't we also talk about So so trucks vans distribution centers in the power. They consume their rapidly growing fleet of airplanes as well. Those are all directly under amazon's control in terms of emissions impact. But i wonder if we should also be talking about just the the third party vendors and the sheer stuff. That's being sold through amazon. How do we quantify or understand the environmental impact of that aspect of the business so that is probably the largest set of impacts actually from from this but the question i have is kind of whether that's really amazon's under their control or something that they sort of enabling us all to do more of To buy more goods and services through their platform but it depending on what you're buying that's going to be a huge range of environmental impacts associated with them so you started off with the shoes example and we could think of those shoes from a life cycle full life cycle coin view where what made what sort of leather. What sort of factories that made in dies or the sewing and then you know putting them together in boxes and then shipping them so about but if we're talking about some very different products instead of electronic gadget you'll have a very different set of impact so it's very hard to measure. Very hard to generalize as to what the impact and that's to set of what's come before we use it. You can also think about from lexical point of view. You know these during out life said when we're using the products themselves sometimes. They'll have impact. Sometimes they weren't but if it's an electronic machine of some sort than using energy while you use your laptop or your usual kitchen cooking equipment etc and then what happens to it when we finally down with that product And at the end of its life is also waste. You know associated with that so depending on what the product is you know could be recycled or could go into the landfill could have other issues associated with it so you really need to think about these products and goods really through their full life cycle to get an understanding of that but it's incredibly hard to measure and very time intensive endeavour to try to measure all this stuff accurately so i guess the simple question is and i don't even it sounds like perhaps it's there may not be an answer to it. But in amazon's environmental impact seems to be global globe spanning world spanning tentacles everywhere. We as consumers are part of that equation. A how would you quantify it. How would you describe what this company's impact is on the environment. I mean there's ways of Doing sort of high level descriptions that aggregate a lot of information just to get a real sense of it. It's also a question to we want to spend time measuring it or do we want to spend time being really really accurate with that or do we want to spend time actually trying to address the biggest problem so one of the things that i think many people in the environmental community now working on its really prioritizing those impacts that really pressing material and and problematic that we know enough to know we need to act on them now and we don't need to measure every single sort of impact of every single paper clip. Here we need to focus on those categories that have really that big and problematic. And so i think that's that's the way to address it otherwise we'll just have the paralysis by analysis problem paralysis by analysis because it's also such a vast amount of impact that that could he analyzed. So we're headed towards a break here and we're trying to get a wrap our minds around what amazon's environmental impact is as part of our series amazon the prime effect. And when we come back from the break we're going to be hearing from employees current and former employees of amazon and their attempts to to push the company to be more environmentally responsible for example. This is elisa pan Who's in seattle former amazon employee. Who endured the record breaking heat. The pacific northwest has been experiencing and here's what she told us. Most places in seattle were built with air conditioning because seattle historically has.

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"oshii" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I i'm right and then a day later they're asking the guy about raping some check in eighteen ninety seven and then the minute they start attacking uncomfortable questions these these absolute dufuses in portland. That run that basketball team these backward ask hillbillies that run it up in the woods i mean. Let's just get down to business here right. You're live in the woods and you're just going to cut it off because you don't like the uncomfortable questions about the culture you hard that allegedly raped some chick nineteen ninety but you blew off check because neal's good friends with john c. That's why i got the job i mean. I am so glad. I'm around here to cut through a bowl shack and get right down to it. You know what i mean. Let's get down to business and you got that luxury every day from four to six east coast because you got it on the bench and tell me i'm wrong. Carbon i you know and i'll tell you another thing everything i said before right to the brothers crying all day long about this and that they got every job what job. Don't they have. What job don't they have. They got every job. I don't wanna hear it. He got that job because he's friends with oshii. That's all there is to it and there's tons.

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"oshii" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Is worry. God creepy so in one of those games they make bets all retire so they can you know whatever and pay whatever and you know the money trees money. Money grows on trees so money and other places as we learn. I'm getting getting there. That's my road. So matthew broderick key the plane walter crespi. He was smoking a cigar. Talking to another gentleman from the from the men's club and chris from wilkins. Mike nyc saying a. Didn't you walter twenty dollars and you know it's funny because you could see how walter had closed going on. Yeah he actually got have weird out of the blue that came up. So he's like yeah. Yeah pay up pay up. You know kinda like what you would do you know. Smack talk And so he the the the person that mike was directing was talking to hold us a sudden called his wife nano. I holds his remote the loose like a it looks like why like a looks like a frigging vibrator vibrator swollen head and made it a gold. But he says you know a honey. And also i call it a second. I thought no women's allowed in the club. Why i mean are the beginning of the of the movie. We know how jonah was driving. I mean not you wanna clear. Was joanna over. And she asked about that and she's all you know that's just a men's club put women not allowed. Yeah so when. He said that i was like what's going on you know. And she comes to know and what happened so she says yeah whether you need honey and he said i need a any change twenty bucks or you know in that manner and he hands her a debit card debit card. And i'm like okay why So i'm thinking in my head she's gonna go come back. She proceeds to swipe the non lot. She sucks the car. Well yeah card in their mouth and brings it all out. Would this machine sound. And then you hear the same sounds that you would hear an old time. An old fashioned. Atm machine deal and here comes twenty dollars in singles out of her mouth. I don't what's going on. So this is what he said you know. Throughout the movie it had sparked discussion with us. Like what you know. It appears she is a robot. 'cause obviously no human can do that And especially with all. That sounds inside so y i said this part was creepy is because as this is going on all the guys from the association closely you know walter. They're closing in on walter and they have this phase like i get the feeling. They're gauging tuition. And if walter rejects reject said they were going to do something to I don't know and this is a good question for you Because i had that question too. And i'm not sure. Did you think that walter read the room. And that's why he responded. Oshii gives singles and everybody started laughing. I feel like he did because he didn't seem natural said it. Yeah you could see the fazl kind of like a little weird out steel and he will trying to natural. He ain't damning the actor behind walter role. He's a great actor too. Yeah i mean. I have seen nothing but good movies from him So yes i felt like. He was aware of something. Wolf's completely wrong matthew broderick his ferris bueller. I really so yeah. I i always. I always thought that because she's so he he said it's so naturally everybody just laughed and relaxed like okay. things is. they're good is not going to freak out so he's with us he's one of the guys and that's how i felt but he had to so natural that if you don't really pay close attention to sing i believe that you will not come to conclusion because so natural is like cool. He never gave in his face expressions any indication that something's wrong which we know for a fact that someone to seize that for the first time we'd know that something's wrong yes and no because here's the thing i think that he probably didn't necessarily assume that every woman was arrived. If that was the case. I think the second thing is you know the. He's not just taking it in as normal because they would have given time to the authors to actually closing slowly on him. Yeah so you have a couple of seconds before a reaction if you something natural. There's no wait for the reaction. He just comes natural well noble. Here's the thing you know. I understand what you're saying. But based on they start at standing up as soon as soon as she walked in or as soon as she swipe as she started printing money making sounds. I coulda sworn it was. I'm going to have to watch. But i could've sworn was when she started swiping which is still not normal. Of course tina. You don't.

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"oshii" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Yes and and i want to say that without it sounding conceited or anything. It's the joint. Bitty brand was literally because i felt like my entire life. I was told that it wasn't okay to be me and this is insert q the tears but when a child as in a y'all don't know who i am you've never seen before. I am a black woman. Young black woman and i have black parents and if you can tell by my voice and I was told my entire life. Like shut up you talk too much. Oh my god you're you're too happy to be here like everything that made me who i was was a weakness in corporate was a weakness in school. I should say i had friends. It wasn't about like not having anything but when it came to my likes. I was a tomboy. Kind of still am I loved video games. I loved reading. I liked getting my work done. I was on the honor. Roll all the time. I loved me. I love music. I played the drums. I played violin like thank you. Shout to my middle school but The charter school but All the things that made me my authentic self. As i grew older made me different and made me a target from people in my own community being like insert oshii white. She thinks she white. Oh she thinks she is..

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"oshii" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Believe i and it's kind of hard to go in there and maneuver a little bit but i believe that i have only my friends can see my post. But why do i keep getting friend. Requests from creepy man. I don't know but somehow they do it when everything's available there. You might put something out there on facebook that is giving them a clue as to your passwords. Think about it. You have the beloved dog. And in every post you say brutus in i are hanging out at the that might be your password. My dog's name is brutus. Or you're on vacation yet. You're on vacation. You can't help but take the picture you know in the florida keys of that wonderful lobster meal and you have your geo locator on and it says you're in the florida keys that just tell some of your family members friends neighbors that you're not home view there right so all these things no your settings. The other thing is don't accept those friend requests from anyone that you do not know like i said i for some reason especially recently am getting more and more friend requests from people that i do not know they are not a wonderful upstanding person. Let me just tell you. It's probably a scammer someone out of the country that stole. Maybe you know. Somebody's profile picture and just wants to charge conversation. Now on what you said carol. Let's bring it back to that so the other thing you have to be aware of is if you're already friends with someone so this happened to me about a year ago and i got a friend request from someone when i got it. I thought well. I thought i was already friends with her. Why wasn't thinking. And i went ahead and accepted it and within two minutes. I got a message from that front. Hi how are you I was like. I just saw you this weekend. You know how i am right. What this scammer did was hacked her system somehow or just went into her profile because her settings weren't sat properly told her picture and knew that she's not on facebook a lot because they could see all her activity. Oshii hasn't posted in seven months while she's not going to get on facebook to look to see if i'm sending out things so she accepts my friend. She'll think it's me just like you said. I really thought it was her. It happened to my mom and it was a friend from church in the choir things because of facebook right. They knew she was in the choir. They knew she attended this church. Because we give all that information out we also give information about our birthday. You can put what day of the mo what day and month you were born. Don't put the year. That's another potential password..

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"oshii" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"oshii" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You with your drinks on the building right. You know how much money they're spending to use this kind of surveillance money that could be given to australian people to feed their families or to catch real criminals. But no it's about you. It's always been about you. The building is surrounded by police for three kids sitting on roof hanging out with dogs and helicopters. Oshii.

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Back in Control; a Chronic Pain Series with David Hanscom, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

Outcomes Rocket

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Back in Control; a Chronic Pain Series with David Hanscom, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege to host. Dr david hans kohn he is an orthopedic spine surgeon who practice focused on patients with failed back surgeries he quits practice in seattle washington to present his insights into solving chronic pain which evolved from his own battle with it. The second edition of his book back in control surgeons roadmap out of chronic. Pain is just a great read. His website back in control dot com presents. An action plan on how to get rid of chronic pain. How to cure it his new book. Do you really need spine surgery. Take control with the surgeons. Advice was released this fall. Two thousand nineteen. It is intended for healthcare providers and patients alike to make good decisions about undergoing spinal surgery. We're gonna be diving into healthcare costs. The use of medicine the over use of medicine and chronic pain and dr hans com is gonna give us his perspective on it so just such a privilege to happy here david. Thanks for joining us. Thank you very much for having me on your show so before we dive in to what you guys do at back in control dr hans come. I want to better understand what inspires your work in healthcare. He sheriff's with us a little bit about that will. I'm a little bit of a different perspective. Advice spent two years training in internal medicine so sort of like an internist about the whole patient from the beginning finished started despite the orthopedic surgery went into spine surgery and i took sort of research and development into internal medicine and vice versa and around nineteen ninety develop chronic pain. There was extreme notion that whole komo's thirteen years knows one of the surgeons who's been on both sides of the other very certain i trained top ship in minneapolis and i came out on fire to ensure projectors thirty and i felt obligated to do it because people were desperate. There's no the answer. I viewed myself as the end of the line in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. Three a paper came out in the state of washington showing that the success rate of respond fusion rebecca workers compensated. Washington was twenty two percent and my results better than that but they weren't damaged better. So i just talk a first data. The humidity show. That operation didn't work and then simpson. There's been one research paper in sixty years. The documents that are spinal fusion for backing actually works. And i quit doing back for back pain. I still do quite a survey for deformity and repeat pictured reason in infection stuff but Another paper came thousand six said in a very straightforward patient when he did a back fusion. This is how to scampered beckmann at five hundred. Twelve success rate was twenty three percent so anytime of day about chronic pain went off and abyss so to speak up rings already. Seventeen different physical symptoms. I came out in. two thousand. Three is started showing the to patients in a process evolve. That was self directed called the doc project. Dress your own care and i wrote. The book explained the background to the patients but usually mostly shelter to process. I wash well over. Fifteen hundred patients go to pain free. Which i never thought was possible so i started treating patients systematically with the i caught a surgeon. Approach in on opport- here we dramatically dressing all the literature just dealing with the literature said to do and people started getting better went to pain. Pre is the same time spiny last ten years to become incredibly aggressive instead of doing one into little pieces for backing. The didn't work. We're doing eight. Ten twelve fourteen fusions. That don't work except that. The complication rate is much higher as you well know with larger fusion oshii three to five patients every week having charged on a relatively normal fines that they didn't eat as watching hundred patients go to pain-free with minimal risk in no cost so the difference between became so dramatic to me that in december two thousand eighteen actually quit my practice premature peter my career to pursue this process. Here i three years ago. December two thousand eighteen has been wrought eight months. Okay almost two years man. That's that's just incredible. I mean you know you're at the peak of your career and you decide to make a shift. I mean this this. This was a big deal for you so much so that you decided to change at all while the promise people understand is that people are concerned user last resort. And it's a last resort. It's or something operate on. But for instance it have degenerative disk disease which is actually been documented to be a normal finding as you age is been well documented that it had not a source of pain. No no research paper documents that it works where it almost twenty billion dollars year of his operation. That doesn't work and on top of that with chronic pain way to induced. Depression

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Weekly Candles A Plenty

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Weekly Candles A Plenty

"Let's get into the markets because we say bitcoin do what I hoped it would do by having bullish candle the weekly. Cradle. To close up point seven percent loss way with a high of ten, thousand, five, hundred eighty, and that was basically putting a yesterday lost twenty four out session that we saw we did move above ten continues to be a bit level that democracy struggling with now are really want to say ten father. What if we can break above ten we'll have a lot better prospects a guy waltzed behold below we are above. Thousand which is good. I WANNA say ready smash out through that ten five eleven that weekly cried candle. Could certainly provide us opportunities if the cradle tried is in the potentially be tried that you might WanNa do to get yourself innocent bitcoin but breaks above the high that ten, thousand, five, hundred, ninety. Nine. The weekly high will be taken in its integrate spots. Thing is cost. We're all right now ten, thousand, three, hundred, and forty six, and we're has a relatively slow stopped the trading wake. But of course, it's still a over in Europe in the US. It's still Sunday and they're mostly all asleep so. Say what they come in and do as the is in session in the Australasian Oshii onic rage in hasn't done a great deal thus to die. Really. So yeah, I'm not really holding out too much on bitcoin rotten others night, trading -tunities if from my perspective. squat good enough amid a consideration tried I. Want Kinda with theory but we bombed out loss wake. Sorry, we bought him down this trend the week before with the law of three, hundred, seven loss. What we closed up three point eight percent closing at three, sixty six. It's pretty big candle on that wake, but it's calendar that wrought ragent area back into that cradles ended I like to work with and although it's flat on the Diet also isn't a great deal for me to do on the lower timeframe been a little bit. It's it's been growing high I. WanNa say it now push onto new hawes in this transcending the higher low and that needs to get US above three anti, we get above there we start to say mole momentum comeback. into the THEOREM price a lot more opportunity at that moment in three, sixty, five night currently south pay tell you what it's GonNa and then Austin small. The Lost Weight Goes Down to twenty two point, nine cents, and the high goes at twenty four point three, we get above twenty, five, point three knocking to see. His ex up having a real good run expectantly twenty four point two, nine point three percent onto to lastly bitcoin cash closed down two point full four it's not showing anything on the way Claes showman anything on the daily oil to pretty much five, thirty five. To Twenty, two, five, Like was lost wages a tiny bit point six causing at forty, eight, one, six did not so much activity last week with a low of forty, five, twenty one and a high of fifty one, thirty full really struggling with that fifty della Mach, which is obviously resistance that we've been talking about that for quite some time. On the shop, it's holding its ground it's not. It's not knocking it out of the park on site, but it's holding its Graham. You get above that high of loss wake of four, fifty, one, thirty, full bikes give it goes back about fifty we walk to work. We were down one percent of forty, seven, sixty seven right now. They, they closed flat on the way chemistry that for a very long time literally flat the High One, seven on thirty seven the low A. was one, fifty, nine, fifty. So a little of momentum start a little bit of. Volatility but not a great deal. It really does a pretty average right now that one point four percent at one sixty point nine, seven, cod Donald J little bullish channel right there in the weekly Ken cradle. It's some. It's not the best of the same going to be awesome. It's not the best looking. Sorry while I, all the best pulled is pulling quite David at he's touching that twenty period moving average and coudl four. If, we break the law I've lost weight and we're talking about a level of nine point nine night raw non-point nonsense. Clearly, ten cents is the level for Kudzanai to really break free for non-point for now, and there's not a great deal on the daily that interested in very similar to big break the high of of yesterday than they would a lot more work with a lot multiply within the better prospects moving forward. It's not there just yet and they'll have to wait and see what goes

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What is Patoshi?

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

07:05 min | 3 years ago

What is Patoshi?

"This week's episode relates to some events regarding some bitcoins that were mind very early on in bitcoins. Lifetime in fact it was so early that it was a time when there weren't that many miners besides the Toshi but before we get to the recent events let's talk about something else called Potosi which you discovered. Can you explain what Pluto she is? Yes to cry Potosi. I just would like to go back in time to to the time. I I did this search and this was two thousand and thirteen and I have been working like a year. A strengthening the security of the beacon core working with the the the quarterback trying to find vulnerabilities. And I didn't know anybody going in between those times so I I wanted to make sure that you know what happened on the first years of Bitcoin That were transparent and it was very very few information about that so I just thought that what would Sadashiv have done? I mean he would have used CAS computer to mind bitcoins. And he would HAP- kept his computer on for. You know the time it needs until the network was Maastricht and if you take a look at the very few first hours of the bitcoin network and and you say okay this might be Satochi Right. Because he just launch network. He wants everyone to join so he's running note to enable all the other people to connect but if if you take the hash rate in the very first hours of Bitcoin and you extrapolate that for the whole first year you realize that it's highly probable that Toshi collected twenty two thousand coins right and I said these. Bitcoin Talk Forum and I was heavily criticized because the and rarity of Bitcoin. A it's like kind of says at Cisco she was kind of a fully Trista Guy. He didn't want money for because money's rated with bags and bugs are related with power and we are trying to be completely new centralized system financial system so I was heavily criticised. And say say okay. Let's try to find proof of this. Let's try to find some evidence of this because for me it was something very you know what she would have done. And so I. I went to the first Version of their bitcoin. Core CISCO DID Dot Thuan and I found out there was the floor and to explain this flow. I have to explain a little bit. About the technical part of beacon combining so there is when you implement announced value. And when you run out of space when when these Knows wraps around you have to increments something else and is something else called the extra notes so the speed of this extra nuns and the speed of the nuns is related to the computer using for mining. If you are a fuss computer you get a foster increment. The extra and what I found was that the astronauts counter was not reset Atari block so it was running a counter to kept running so in a sense every block a minor produces it stamped with are kind of a real time clock that identifies the speed of his computer. So I plotted this on a very simple graph like having the x axis the block numbers and the access the extra NHS and a very very interesting pardon papa and despite perfectly separates the differ minors at a different times. Because each of these miners Casa Clear. Line a clear slope on this graph so. I said okay. This is all I mean this. This graph describes everything so I published decent my blog and I had like thirty thousand visits in a couple of days. And so I I those times The whole community was about thirty thousand people so I think that looked at graph and the other interesting discovery of this graph is that Satochi spent almost no none of discounts like spent like forty bitcoins in the whole first year Probably in time and the amount of money the the value of those because whereas of five dollars so clearly there was two discoveries. One was this pattern that I try to correlate with Sushi and the other was that this person or group of the mining Had A complete confidence in the system he had never sold. He never sold Discount after a few tries a few tries so this was kind of a shock for the market and and the price of bitcoin actually went top because of this like fifteen percent. So I think that's a very very good for the community and and showed some transparency that was missing and I call this Potosi because we don't know if xactly set Oshii we can argue we can have our guest that this was socially but really we don't really know for sure that if this minor was social and at one thing that I wanted to understand because I wasn't fully sure I understood it. From looking at the graph. It essentially looks almost like Saito or Potosi was mining faster but is that possible or simply just that those Potosi minor was renting the extra nonce more quickly between blocks or something is that what was going on. I wasn't sure exactly why the that's correct. A it turns out when I saw the graph of the same you. Did you realize that seems to be faster on any other computer and that is kind of suspicious so I try to dig deeper into this and I found that what was triggering was making these Dismounts extra knows England foster. It was that the nonce was being incremented in a shorter space. Like about one fifth of the space that any other mining minor was was using. So if you reduce the range that you Increment in the nonce. Then you will end up increment index foster so what we see in the graph East essentially a probably a normal computer and he just stand this up because other watermark in these blocks and the exist of this other watermark is in fact a confirmation that the first potter is actually something very very particular for for a very specific minor.

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10 Years After Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Industry Says It's Better Prepared

Environment: NPR

03:38 min | 3 years ago

10 Years After Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Industry Says It's Better Prepared

"Ten years ago an explosion on the deepwater horizon drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico killed eleven people and oil gushed into the Gulf for almost three months today. Offshore drilling is more regulated but has enough been done to prevent another accident. Here's NPR's Jeff Brady one of the biggest changes since the deepwater horizon accident is on the Gulf coast near Corpus Christi Texas at the Dockside Facility of marine well containment company with the wind blowing. Ceo David Nickerson shows off five capping. Stacks similar to the device that finally stopped crude flowing into the goal. Each one of them is about as tall as a two story building the heaviest one the largest one that we have which is over here ways almost as much as forty full-sized. Suv's Nickerson says for big oil companies. Put up a billion dollars to create the company in two thousand ten six more joined sense then. The company's only job is to respond to the next well blowout when they give us the word go. We can get offshore with the cabinet stack. Hopefully at the well capped off within the matter of a week right. So that's about ten times faster than it took the shut off flow during deepwater horizon. If they can't stop the oil right away. There's a fleet of equipment to capture it. Put it in tankers and bring it onshore ten years ago absolutely none of this existed. All of this has been built directly responsive horizon incident. This is on the response side. There's also been changes to prevent an accident including stricter regulations. The Obama Administration created the bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement Director. Scott on Gel recently offered members of Congress a positive view of what the bureau has accomplished. We've made our regulation safer when comparing the past six years of inspection data. We've increased the number of inspections by twenty six percent increase the number of inspections per facility by eighty six percent increase. The number of inspectors by twelve percent but before on Gel was a regulator of the offshore oil and gas industry. He was a cheerleader for it. Here he is as Louisiana's lieutenant governor at a rally praising the oil industry and taking this dig at the Renewable Energy Business America is not yet ready to get all of its fuel from the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees among those who want the US to transition to cleaner energy. More quickly is Diane with the Environmental Group. Oshii Anna she says. Under President Trump an on Gel. The bureau is too cozy with the industry it regulates we've also seen the trump administration rolling back. Some of the far too few safeguards that were put in place as a response to the horizon rolling back things like key measures of the well control. That complex rule was designed to prevent future blowouts and give drillers detailed requirements. They must follow to safely drill in offshore. Well Eric Melito. With the Industry Group National Ocean Industries Association argues that changes during the trump administration strengthen not weaken safety for the past ten years. The industry has had a laser. Like focus on improving and enhancing NHS now. The question is whether enough has been done retired. Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen. Was the incident commander for the government's deepwater horizon. Response the question over the years. Is it safe to drill? My answer is that's not the question because there's no risk free way to extract fossil fuels from the earth and says it is safer now but we won't know if regulators and the industry are adequately prepared until the next accident.

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10 Years After Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Industry Says It's Better Prepared

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:38 min | 3 years ago

10 Years After Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Industry Says It's Better Prepared

"Ten years ago an explosion on the deepwater horizon drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico killed eleven people and oil gushed into the Gulf for almost three months today. Offshore drilling is more regulated but has enough been done to prevent another accident. Here's NPR's Jeff Brady one of the biggest changes since the deepwater horizon accident is on the Gulf coast near Corpus Christi Texas at the Dockside Facility of marine well containment company with the wind blowing. Ceo David Nickerson shows off five capping. Stacks similar to the device that finally stopped crude flowing into the goal. Each one of them is about as tall as a two story building the heaviest one the largest one that we have which is over here ways almost as much as forty full-sized. Suv's Nickerson says for big oil companies. Put up a billion dollars to create the company in two thousand ten six more joined sense then. The company's only job is to respond to the next well blowout when they give us the word go. We can get offshore with the cabinet stack. Hopefully at the well capped off within the matter of a week right. So that's about ten times faster than it took the shut off flow during deepwater horizon. If they can't stop the oil right away. There's a fleet of equipment to capture it. Put it in tankers and bring it onshore ten years ago absolutely none of this existed. All of this has been built directly responsive horizon incident. This is on the response side. There's also been changes to prevent an accident including stricter regulations. The Obama Administration created the bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement Director. Scott on Gel recently offered members of Congress a positive view of what the bureau has accomplished. We've made our regulation safer when comparing the past six years of inspection data. We've increased the number of inspections by twenty six percent increase the number of inspections per facility by six percent increase. The number of inspectors by twelve percent but before on Gel was a regulator of the offshore oil and gas industry. He was a cheerleader for it. Here he is as Louisiana's lieutenant governor at a rally praising the oil industry and taking this dig at the Renewable Energy Business America is not yet ready to get all of its fuel from the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees among those who want the US to transition to cleaner energy. More quickly is Diane Hoskins with the Environmental Group. Oshii Anna she says. Under President Trump an on Gel. The bureau is too cozy with the industry it regulates we've also seen the trump administration rolling back. Some of the far too few safeguards that were put in place as a response to the horizon rolling back things like key measures of the well control. That complex rule was designed to prevent future blowouts and give drillers detailed requirements. They must follow to safely drill in offshore. Well Eric Melito. With the Industry Group National Ocean Industries Association argues that changes during the trump administration strengthen not weaken safety for the past ten years. The industry has had a laser. Like focus on improving and enhancing NHS now. The question is whether enough has been done retired. Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen. Was the incident commander for the government's deepwater horizon. Response the question over the years. Is it safe to drill? My answer is that's not the question because there's no risk free way to extract fossil fuels from the earth and says it is safer now but we won't know if regulators and the industry are adequately prepared until the next

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Brother helping brother to cure Rare Disease

Sounds of Science

09:24 min | 3 years ago

Brother helping brother to cure Rare Disease

"Welcome rich and Karen. Thanks for having us go to be here. Thank you for coming. I know it's a bit chilly today. So I'm glad that you braved the elements to come on out here anytime anytime. So can you tell us a bit about yourselves? And your personal stake in cure diseases mission. Rich let's start with you. Jor Happy to So as you mentioned I'm the President and founder of cure disease. I started the organization bit over two years ago because I have a younger brother. Terry who has a disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy as you alluded to Terry's form of do Shan is quite rare. His specific mutation type is very rare and the difficulty. With that is he's not amenable to Clinical trials for the most part because of both his age as well as ambulatory status. These group of rare disease patients aren't left behind. So you grew up with Terry. Obviously was this sort of something that you would always in the back of your mind starting on organization like this or did that idea come to you later. It's a long answer. I was trying to give you the short version of it so Yeah I grew up at Terry. Terry's four years younger than I am. we both grew up in upstate. New York we're big fans of star wars and playing catch outside when he still could Years ago in the back of your mind whether you're me or somebody else. That's impacted by rare disease. You have the idea that you want to do something. Oftentimes you don't know what I struggled with the idea of. I don't know what to do for a long time till I had the opportunity to go to Harvard Business School and partake in the volcanic fellowship at Harvard. Business School and through that I was able to me really really incredible people who were doing really incredible things to advance science and advanced therapeutics that we're lifesaving and lifesaving and one of those individuals. Dr Tim Mu at Boston Children's hospital and that's really where the story begins. Cool so care and let's move on to you. How did you get involved with care rare disease? What's Your Story Shar Well my name is Karen Morales. I'm forty two years old and when I was twenty and a sophomore in college. I was diagnosed with extremely rare form of muscular dystrophy. Though at that time was called my Oshii myopathy so over the course of the last twenty years. I've spent a lot of my time and mental resources on ways in which to keep my health in a positive trajectory ways in which to avoid the most negative of diagnostic outcomes. That I was told about when I was twenty so as part of that I always stayed very open to what was happening in medical research and through the powers of facebook finally enough. I came across a video that riches organization did last spring so spring of twenty nine thousand nine hundred and in that video I heard about the power of crisper something that I had been monitoring. I just hadn't seen anybody doing it for muscular dystrophy given my background in advertising and marketing and now I own my own agency I reached out immediately and told rich. I wanted to talk to him that and turned into coffee and a phone call. And we've been working together ever since. Could you tell us a little bit more about muscular dystrophy? Karen we start with you. Know it probably has different developmental trajectories but can get like a baseline of what the disease looks like. Sure so. There are many types of muscular dystrophy. He's like large Disease categories for most of us. We are missing or our bodies stops producing effectively a certain type of protein. They're different types of protein in different disease states. In my case it's despair Lin In Dijon its destruction and the impact of what that protein does varies by disease type so in my case the digital muscles so the ones away from the center core of my body my calves and my arms weaken over time it for my particular type. It's not a life ending diagnosis. It's potentially a life altering diagnosis right. So there is a large level of variability between the different types. And how they actually present. But the common thread across all muscular dystrophy is is until now they've been untreatable. And the majority of folks facing these really rare diseases have to take a lot of their medical care into their own hands. And I think that is a shared history that both Terry and I and the other patients in this group all have. It's with a lot of personal trial and error and working to advocate for yourself that you're able to receive the care that you need because it is still in many cases an issue that doctors and hospitals and emergency rooms don't see that often So it can be easily mis read misinterpreted and sometimes cared for in ways that are actually have adverse reactions for the patients. Themselves has terry had a similar experience to Karen in terms of his disease. Strict trajectory Terry has had a similar experiences. Karen had in with regard to his disease. In fact he had a recent fall just over the holiday where he collapsed and broke both of his femurs and the difficult challenge was living in an upstate and rural part of New York that there wasn't an immediate care center nearby that could deal with not only two broken femurs but underlying condition of do Shannon and so a lot of work is put into connecting. Terry's neurologist whose doctor Brenda Wong at the University of Massachusetts in a collaborator of ours with the care team at that hospital in upstate. New York to ensure that the proper things were done that propofol was used for instance for anesthesia in instead of a gaseous form of anesthesia. And so it's little things like this that have very big ramifications that we need to be very cautious of across the spectrum of rare diseases. Not just the muscular dystrophy but more broadly taking into consideration the patient's perspective in the patient's point of view in conjunction with the with the care team Rather than I think the traditional dynamic of the doctor being sort of the superior and the patient being the one who who accepts the information advocacy in the hospital setting is of utmost importance because it really does mean the difference between life and death as we found with my brother? What was the incentive for setting up care rare disease? I mean there are many routes. You could have taken to help Terry. So what made you decide to pursue this one? That's A. That's a good question so as I mentioned earlier during my time in business school I had the chance to meet Dr Tim you so I got to know Tim through through a mutual friend of ours and understood what he was doing the process that he was developing to characterize the patient to develop therapeutic construct specific to the patient mutation and then the rapidly test those and then get into dosing the patient all within a year and accomplish the and so meeting him. Obviously the question of mine came to mind is how do we take this applications for Batten's disease? And how do we apply it to a neuro muscular disease? Such as Duchenne Orlin girdle or any of the other number for diseases. That need help and so it was through that process. That was the spark for cure disease. As sort of as a as a patient caregiver sort of you look for those opportunities of hope where you can drive towards something. Quick rather than the traditional ten years and two billion dollars development cycle which forces. Today's patients to likely not be able to see tomorrow's treatments simply because they take too long. Karen what was it about riches organization or rich himself that convince you to sign on and help them out as being on their board of directors. It's the jokes. It definitely was a combination. Having lived through a rare disease for twenty years myself. I have followed the medical research and I've been involved in any trials that were available having also spent the majority of my life working with fortune. Five hundred companies globally introducing new products and working in a combination of Silicon Valley and traditional. Cpg Brands I was noticing that across medical research. It felt like the systems were antiquated. I knew my gene defect in the early two thousands and at that time I was told that there would probably be a five to seven year. Lag Be four therapeutics for available as a patient. I saw riches approach as something that had faster outcomes than what I was used to seeing Across the market. When I met him and I realized that he had put together. Such an incredible team of world renowned leaders across different medical institutions. I immediately was in and I've been a huge supporter ever since I think what this organization is able to do. As a nonprofit drug company will truly revolutionize the way that patients can have hope when they're dealing with these catastrophic

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Why Is the Ocean Different Colors?

BrainStuff

05:48 min | 4 years ago

Why Is the Ocean Different Colors?

"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand. Romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. Starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm a production indivi- heart radio. Hey brain stuff lauren vogel balm hair someone gazing out at the ocean from the maine coast seized very different hues is them someone's squinting at the c. from sunny beach on a greek island but why does the ocean come in so many shades of blue of course ocean water is an inherently blue blue. It's clear that we see on the surface are the result of light being absorbed and reflected by the water itself. Whatever is floating and living in it and the surface of the ocean floor below low it a glass of water will of course appear clear as visible light passes through it with little to no obstruction but if a body of water is deep enough that light isn't reflected off the bottom it appears blue a basic physics explains why light from the sun is made up of spectrum of different wavelengths the longer wavelengths links appear to our eyes as the reds oranges while the shorter ones appear blue and green when the sun's light strikes the ocean it interacts with water molecules and can be either absorbed or scattered. If nothing is in the water except water the longer read portions of the spectrum tend to be absorbed by the water molecules whereas the light of those shorter wavelengths is more likely to go deep hit water molecules there and scatter back up towards her is making the ocean appear blue depth depth and the ocean bottom also influence whether surface appears a dusky dark blue as in parts of the atlantic or casts as safir like shimmer as in many tropical locations. We spoke nasa astronaut gene carl feldman. He said in greece the water is this beautiful turquoise color because the bottom is either white sand or white rocks fox. What happens is the light comes down and blue light gets down hits the bottom and reflects back up so you make this beautiful light blue color in the water darker sand rocks or other formations mean darker water. The color is further complicated by the fact that the ocean is rarely just water but is instead instead teeming with tiny plant and animal life plus suspended sediment or other natural orban made contaminants oshii offers monitor the oceans color the way that doctors read vital signs of their patients color seen on the ocean surface reflect. What's going on in its vast. Depths felt ben who's based at the nasa goddard watered space flight center in maryland studies images taken by these sea viewing wide field of you censor satellite launched in nineteen ninety-seven from its perch more than four four hundred miles above earth or nearly six hundred and fifty kilometers the satellite captures van gogh like swirls the oceans colors the patterns are not only mesmerizing but they also also reflect where sediment and runoff make water appear adult brown and we're microscopic plants called phytoplankton collect nutrient rich waters often tinting at green federal plankton use chlorophyll to capture energy from the salem to convert water and carbon dioxide into energy and then waste through this process called photosynthesis phytoplankton generate about half of the oxygen we breathe oceans with high concentrations of phytoplankton can appear blue green to green depending on the the density some length the water yellow reddish or brown tint phytoplankton serve as the base of the food web and primary source of food for zooplankton which are tiny animals animals eaten by fish the fisherman eaten by bigger animals like whales and sharks. It's when oceans become polluted runoff. The amount of phytoplankton can escalate late to unhealthy levels fellow painted feet on the pollutants flourish and them die sinking to the bottom to decompose process. The depletes oxygen from the water over the past fifty years oceans zones with depleted oxygen have more than quadrupled to an area roughly. The size of the european union part of the cause may be an increase increase in ocean temperature due to climate change since warmer water supports less oxygen in coastal areas phytoplankton blooms are suspected to be the cause title plankton may serve as the base of ocean food chain but as feldman says too much of a good thing is not a good thing on a map on feldman's office. Wall is a marker showing knowing where there's little human. Interference and ocean water is perhaps the clearest on the planet in this region off the coast of easter island in the southeast pacific ocean. The water is deep and remarkably clear due to its location in the middle of giant oceanic. I which is a large circular current. Its central location means. There's minimal mixing of ocean layers nutrients aren't pushed up from the deep bottom the purity of the water there coupled with that make the ocean appear a deeper indigo than perhaps anywhere else. Feldmann albin said the light just keeps going down down down. There's nothing bounces back. Here is the deepest blue you'll ever see in today's episode certain by amanda onion and produced by tyler playing raines is a production of iheartradio's has to works for more on in this amounts of other topics is their home planet has dot com and from podcastone my heart radio is the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows aw today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think. 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Suspect in shooting of female U.S. sailor killed at Virginia base

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00:37 sec | 4 years ago

Suspect in shooting of female U.S. sailor killed at Virginia base

"The US navy says a sailor was shot and killed by navy security early this morning following shooting out of Regina beach. Naval base. NPR Sarah mccamman reports from Virginia Beach. The navy says the incident is under investigation. The navy is describing the shooting at naval air station. Oshii Anna as an isolated domestic incident it began at six forty five in the morning and a parking lot on bass, the navy says the shooter male sailor was shot and killed at the scene by navy security. One victim of female sailor suffered multiple gunshot wounds. The navy says the injuries are not life threatening. And that she was transported to a local hospital for

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Andy Andy Murray, Post Malone And Don Lemon discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:13 sec | 4 years ago

Andy Andy Murray, Post Malone And Don Lemon discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Andy Andy Murray makes winning return in Brisbane after hip injury. He's back Andy Murray. So andy. I asked Andy Murray. Yeah. It looks like it's about Andy Murray. Bruins Blackhawks today, by the way. In the winter classic. And that's at Notre Dame stadium. So that's kind of cool. I'll definitely catch a little bit of that. All right. So Andy is Andy Murray about that tennis trending. I mean, what's otter than that? Let's see what Don lemon. Did let me find out what he did. Don lemon fried out here. So apparently, Don lemon, according to Twitter. Oh, yeah. He's a little hammered. Yeah. He's a little tipsy. Okay. Don lemon wrecked. Don, lemon is how we should all start. The new year is one of the tweets says, so that's what Don lemon is trending about. He was hammered on television and people found out amusing does that amuse you clown. Do I amuse you? Planet fitness sixty seven percent of all. Gym. Memberships are used by people who do not go to the gym. I read that like two days ago. It didn't really surprise me two out of three people who have a gym membership. Now, never use it. In other words, they started and they were ad- good intentions like my diet. But they didn't. Come through. Couldn't it couldn't hold onto the dream. Can hold onto the dream. And. I assume that that's why planet fitness is trending. Because I can't think of another reason that would be trending. What is post Malone going to look up one more? And then we'll get back to the sports talk that you all love so. Post malone. There you go. Thank you. Dave Dave betting. You're telling me that the planet fitness was the sponsor for Times Square celebration this year. Dave shepherd. Dave, you're on the other side, by the way, we like to acknowledge the fact that they also had to get up on this day. And let me tell you someone came in. He didn't look good. You know, it's not he's not. Taking a lot of self is here this morning. Saying oh, look at me. Now, I look great. Post Malone is a band. You guys aware post Malone either one of you. He's a rapper. He's a rapper. There you go. See I'm learning. Somebody wrote, and I should have been able to deduce this through the other to somebody wrote things we should leave in two thousand eighteen number one mogambo number two post Malone and number three. So from that list, I should have been able to figure that post Malone was awry, I love the names people come up with man, they are so clever, and I always wonder. Obviously never can be proven. It's just a matter of. Things but how much bigger is open because her name is Oprah or Madonna because she was Madonna or riana or beyond say. It just seems like. When you can ident- or LeBron which is such an odd name in terms of number of people having it. It seems like when you could be identified in one word. It's a tremendous marketing advantage. And. Like, many intangible things, it can't really be measured. But make no mistake beyond say rather than Agnes Smith. And I don't know what a real name is. But. You can't put a value on that. You know, and these I mean, I imagine that a lot of this stuff. Once it became clear that that was like ice t ice cube. Some of this stuff man is just gold. It's gold in terms of recognition and a feeling of singularity, and you know, who on talking about. As his real name Oshii Jackson. Oh, shae Jackson. He might have been able to get away with Ochej because O'Shea is so unusual. But it's it's fascinating when they are so big and it works Shaquille. I mean think about it think about how many there are. When you re acclimate if you said that piece of paper and made the list off the top of your head because you don't want to research, it you just want. That's the whole point the whole point. Is there your soul aware of them that it takes nothing to write down? Shakira beyond say Yanna. You know, and and so on down the list, it's. Fascinating. Really if if that kind of thing fascinates you. I mean, I don't know fascinates the right word for me. But it's it's curious, and I am interested in it. And I think it's telling you know, it's telling that one word names are not by accident anymore. And may have started it, right? I mean, Oprah might have started it. Because there's only one. There's only one. And. There's value in that. They're just is. And it sports. We do it all the time. Katie is Katie Steph Steph. Shack shack, you know, that is all the time.

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