27 Burst results for "Osos"

Sam Scott, CTO at OSO, on Authorization as a Service

Software Engineering Daily

01:45 min | 11 months ago

Sam Scott, CTO at OSO, on Authorization as a Service

"Sam. Welcome asia much having me commissioning authorization. There's a wide variety of tools. That are this space and the first one that comes to mind is off zero which was more recently. Acquired by octa tell me about a brief history of authorizations at service absolutely saw its start with you need to ease the disentangle authentication authorization to very similar. Sounding names often lumped together as just off and there's often a very blurry line between those which piece of the puzzle different people are doing and even goes as far as with the name authorization useful indication and things like that. So i think we think about companies like zero. You know quite a lot of the stuff they focused on is primarily the identity piece the authentication piece right so authentication. It's brown identifying who the user is a few are checking some kind of credentials piece of thing authorization often the piece it comes off to. It's like now. I know you are. What can you do and lower the existing services out the like an author. They do stuff and they maybe do a small piece of the authorization. They may be handled things like you know groups all maybe it's like pulling a few attributes out of the idc providers you kind of get some sense of who this person is. They often leave a lot of the authorization to the application code itself. It's like i know who you are. And maybe i know groups. You belong to roll. You have but i'm gonna. I'm gonna the app you decide what to do that information.

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What Is the 'Freedom Phone'?

The 3:59

01:39 min | 1 year ago

What Is the 'Freedom Phone'?

"You may have heard some chatter about a freedom phone. Five hundred dollar hands at that. Supposedly focuses on free speech and privacy. There's so many red flags of lethal recommend boy in this device. Let's break it down. Jane this is your daily charge joining me again to discuss. The freedom phone is seen. That's on expert and fellow. Lego disease patrick colin. Welcome patrick readings greetings. My fellow brick brother. So you're on yesterday to talk about the galaxy fifty two which was a decent five hundred dollar android smartphone. And today we're talking about different. Five hundred dollar hand said. Tell me about this freedom phone man. We're laughing because it. I think you gotta look at it as the whole thing in two things and if you look at the whole thing it's a five hundred dollar phone. It's on preorder now. And there's virtually nothing we know about in terms of specs and other features that we would normally spend probably this whole podcast talking about then. There's the other side of it. Which is the name freedom. Phone and its tagline is that it will prioritize free speech and privacy above anything else. It's backed by a self-proclaimed. Bitcoin millionaire named eric feynman he's funding the phone and he claims that it's freedom. Oso's ios or android will protect your privacy and that the app store is uncensored unsinkable. As the word he uses and the app stores called the patriot store so There's a lot of big claims A lot of this is tied to the second part of the phone. which is clearly. It's tied to

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Pompeo: Afghan fight against Taliban 'a matter of will'

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo: Afghan fight against Taliban 'a matter of will'

"Former secretary of state Mike Pompeii OSI's president Joe Biden was right to decide to withdraw from Afghanistan Taliban forces are making broad gains in northern Afghanistan has thousands of government troops flee across borders to avoid the fight even so former trump administration secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he believes the government troops can secure their country we give them twenty years thirty billion dollars a year of our systems we give them all the training they could handle it's time for them to step forward and actually deliver on security for themselves under trump Pompeii oversaw negotiations with the Taliban he applauds president Biden's decision to withdraw since the end of trump's term Pompey was formed a political action committee and is considered a potential twenty twenty four presidential candidates I'm Tim acquire

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"osos" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"But yeah i mean that beer one alpha king with years ago. Okay and wade show. Wade ease our downtown monterey pub berg to hebrew that one batch for the alpha king and then but that was like i think later on in the first batch brune back to back that he grew for the will festival or janea and we actually got goal. That saved us a two different batches read gold of your gay on that as well later and when it should be on the can see the nights onto something with this beer. That's what i'm saying. It's nice it's really i. It was our first wnba made ever so long. Like two thousand fourteen and it was like highly. We're making my tie remained like mexican logger. And then we made this thing and people were just like coming to the brewery. We've before canning before that people would wind up at the bar where we like delicate. Release day if you guys are drink pints and sometimes we couldn't fill growlers and they'd be like trying to shove you one hundred dollars bill just to get a full vote. Take it and be like you'd be like well. Then take the hundred we like. I still cancel the growl. And i've heard this can rather interesting stories about people after a double session at the bar. Yeah you got. It's very high alcohol so it is. Yeah i've seen people with seriously like sandwich. Bags of like pliny the younger like they're going to get a pint and poured in ziplock bag gets what's going on here. Make your own capri sun. I didn't realize. I didn't realize that was the thing. I i've never seen that before i have..

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"osos" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"I remember the days here before you guys came to georgia where we would just really be excited to see a bottle of speedway at bottle shares. You know it showed up at all the bottle shares because there was always going to be people there that hatton had it and we're excited to try it the different variants and everything but You guys have a few kind of core year round beers correct. Yeah absolutely. I believe six or so. And if you include speedway any floors are bestseller. Mostly shelf sold in san diego county. Tony gwynn ride me of classic idea. We have speed without cloud stream are is. Apa kick back relax. Years were trying with session apa crush On we have a while in can lambert twist. Do i remember correctly. Do you guys have like a mini. Tony gwynn museum or padres museum at the burri. Is that remember that yeah. That's pretty cool chess making facility in there and a museum. And i forget what else is probably a post office in you. Know speakeasy to blend. You could blend beers as i recall right and i love that. I love that idea. that's fantastic. What a great. That's fun. I gotta go there so get out there one day..

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"osos" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Radio is available in all popular podcasting apps and unpopular podcasting apps. So we have somebody that had just joined us in this segment. Ronaldo tries guest guest dave. Ill-gotten the brand ambassador for alvarado street brewery and the spirit animal. I understand he's party day. Hardy wave day. Yes so yeah. He in like a wave of partying. So yeah dave. Thanks for jumping in here and join us. We greatly appreciate it representing alvarado street there and and ryan appreciates it because we talked him and just changing his voice and pretended to be jc. Yeah so we're good here. Dave you can also chain you can also change your voice you can take turns pretending to be jc if you know any idea what's going on this week. Great it'll be great. If there's one thing our listeners love it's confusion for loves it. well guys. I'll tell you what we're gonna kick right off with kind of the way we all got connected here. A collaboration you recently did oh. So under and We have just poured summer glasses. Really cool can for You know black can black and gold and white and brian was a little upset that the lid is black but the bottom of the can is is still just a silver can but We're going to get into this west coast style with some aussie in new zealand. Hop so ryan. I know this was an l smith brew. You wanna start out and tell us a little bit about this beer. Yeah i apologize. Brian all black there. You got so yeah magazine. We'll get you okay. All right glad came about last year. Actually we'd reached up to jc from his time down here and just wanted to see if he was interested in doing a collab- him. We decided to do. Something wasn't too crazy but that was just really wild and that was really enjoyable. And we kind of settled on southern hemisphere hop specifically aussie music options. To the things. We're both big fans of.

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Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)

Ball & Buds

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)

"It felt like the old wwf. You know where they would have the pre match interviews and they just did like a thousand one before the before the show. It was great. It was awesome. I was actually happy that the rain happened. So let's start from the top. And i know you told me to talk about this and i was gonna ask you anyways. How do you. Because you are the biggest cogan hogan fan in the world titus and hulk hogan forever pirates soups. What are you kidding. Me ho me. tease john. Now i love hulk you know that man that was ridiculous and i love the whole a guest host. I guess but i mean it's just so scripted in horrible but it was so tacking it was it was eight hogan and it was hilarious and i loved it anyways just because it was hawk. I'm biased though osos soobee. you're biased. I love to do though even though it was awkward as well like they really tried to force this pairing together and it was like really didn't need to do this right and then of course you know you. They forced it because of the whole inward situation. Because if you remember when it first happened in hall they let hawk come back like titus kind of had an issue if you remember if you remember that whole scenario so i think they did. I think it was forced because that which is awkward. And i think hilarious because although titus forgave. I don't think he forgets to say i heard that. China's said technically forgiving him. But i heard that he was also still feeling that obviously so i was really awkward but it was kind of funny to me and i'm sure well speaking of they let that happen. Also because titus was in tampa so they actually tried to prop him up in his hometown but biggie. They took the championship from. Why do wwf keep letting or keep wanting to humiliate the wrestlers by having them losing their hometown. Do they think that this is good. Because it's not no. I don't know if it's hometown thing. I just think if you look back after the fat none of the world championship changed and so they had to change the littler titles. I think that's really it. You know what i mean. Because how many mania is does a world title never changed especially nixon had to one for each show. You know what i mean you have the world title and then undisputed title. Neither changed hands. And that's rare for mania. You always usually have a title change Meanwhile when i heard it will trump ender explanation is. I'm gonna beat you so it sounds like a drum is like okay. These kids don't even know what the matches but it was just a weapons manage. You know why. Why why you know what i'm saying. I mean they had like a whole bunch of guys around the ding beating drums. And you know the exact same thing you know. Maybe the an open pit you know like the african wrestling. I don't know if you've ever seen it looks like we're like scooting around in dirt. Yes can you know single knees wrestling that whack. I know the the matches it was kinda. Get his get his turn to because kofi had a big wrestlemainia match aside from the tag team for when he went for the title. This is big east big match. But of course he's got to lose because he's in results were rating so far right now the only result i think that was correct was owens. This was correct if it wasn't in his hometown but

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"What do you have planned for the future. So i said this. The thing i'm most excited about is the upcoming work. We have on actually giving you a declarative way to express to build and create roles interpretation using polo everything. That's gonna be pretty game changing in how people engage with a concept in their app. And i think from that which can keep building on top of that and adding things like your new ways of different types of authorisation delaying. You extensions to things like relationship based access to ways to do route level in the easier way giving people more control and like api for how they manage things like roles inside their app. Integrate new piece of data. Like i think today you know authorizations kinda like the smoke kind of an app and we'd sort sorta like corrode out across pods are end to end from everything you need to build in you i to expose the c uses to the back end database. Like we're gonna stop being seen so use across the whole stack. Are there any other aspects of the project or authorization and system designed for being able enforce better security policies that we didn't discuss yet. You'd like to cover before we close out the show. I guess like one of the other so long time medium-term things that we want to be doing with polar which i think is gonna stop reassuring. The benefit of the approach is having things. Like belton limiting validation. Testing stuff. Like that. Because i think you have like your to be like a specification speculation. Recent paula is a ton of critical things. We can do that. Stop giving advice around like resource that accent. It hasn't been protected or like the logic is messed up and everybody can access one thing like those little radical duma that once you've kind of got to express did not in full. I'm really excited about some of that. As well and one of the things. I had actually meant to ask about earlier with the polar language itself. What type of editor support is available for people who want to be able to get useful syntax highlighting or any sort of error reporting or lending available for the actual policy specification. We have some amount of like ending and warnings built into the language that will just print out in any whatever language you're using. Id support specifically. We have support for vs kurds. And actually we just recently had a community member contributed syntax highlighting as well. So there's the two months we support. Currently i would absolutely love for us to have a language ever implementation for polar. I think that's a ton of really cool stuff we could do that. We had just well. We have a lot to do the perennial problem apartments. Yes all right well for anybody who wants to get in touch with you and follow along with the work that you're doing we'll have you add your preferred contact information to the show notes and so without all move us into the picks and this week i'm going to choose the movie chaos walking. I just watched that a couple of days ago and it was actually a very well done very interesting. Really sort of interesting concept of everybody being able to see each other's thoughts just the type of social impacts that has as people trying to settle on a new plan and kind of near being unexpectedly exposed to this Definitely really well done movie..

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"Now have all the information on the permissions you in this world. You had to like recouple. The data sources because authorization does often try and talk like old dates. The idea is like you can still draw like nice decoupled boundaries. Marcus is by allowing them to answer more flexible questions on. I think something that hasn't really been explored enough as a design concept. Something that we're looking to help support and that's starting to sound a little bit familiar to in terms of o-of scopes as far as this user is indicated here is token that they have created for you know some third party to be able to perform these actions whether that third party likely to be another piece of software and it sounds like oh so was kind of a natural fit for being able to design and implement those scope constraints within the application. Yeah absolutely adding like scopes token is another really interesting like possibility. I think it can be very useful for maybe not directly the same as they're of original purpose. But i think around things like. Api tokens maybe as a user of the app. You wanna create a one off. Api token but only should be able to do is reads so you wanna be like that restrict missions to just read actions. I think it can definitely be released for that kind of context where he can may take. What the existing us already has then like restricted down to like a small number of things. And as you have as you mentioned earlier. You're building this. As part of a startup and also itself is open source. I'm curious what your overall product vision is far as what you're going to monetize around and how that relates to your overall governance strategy around the extra be open source component of what. You're building everything i've spoken about. Today is part of the open source offering and at least like six to twelve months is really on growing the open source community in adoption stuff. We spoke about other very beginning..

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"Work with end users of also and you try and it rate on the project itself. What are some of the common mistakes or areas of confusion that you see. People run into as they're getting started with the project. yes i think. One of the things. I've seen is like an aha moment is when people wrapped heads around what it means supposed to be logic programming language to be declarative. So for example. You don't need to like initialized variable. You don't need to assign a value to a variable. You kind of just right in your rules or what you want to be true. It's kind of the idea of declarative is just you put down. Here's what i want to be true here. The rules that i want to be enacted him application. This can be kind of counter intuitive. Because you can write like allow rule and near the second promise that you can just put the string reads all the second parameter could be variable action and behind the scenes like polar is gonna do sort of like passing matching. This person's called unification where it's going to be matching variables and if the input variables read will match both of these two things. One of the kind of the idea is like you don't need to tell of potable like how to do the thing you just and we walk out the how i think it can take a little time to get that sort of like a momentary click. The that's the sort of workflow that you have in writing rules and then seen happening. I think a lot of us are kind of geared towards thinking. May more imperatively like this less than this. This this as opposed to just like expressing like i said i just want to express like there's a relationship between these two things i now have this piece and i'm gonna use throughout my trauma policy. The other piece of running into confusing bits is that people might decide. You know here's a feature that's useful and then maybe use it as a crutch and not explore all of the capabilities of the framework. And i'm curious. What are some of the often overlooked or misunderstood capabilities of osa that you think people should spend more attention on or be aware of as they're starting to explore the project one of the most powerful things you can do with oeser is very frank rain thracian. That doesn't feel like overly complex. So i think people would actually want to gravitate towards doing like a like an authorisation middleware..

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"To different organizations and having roles and things like that within the for that kind of an upright. The process is like pretty straightforward. That's you still slow from your favorite package manager. Install also for and land pretty much you create an instance of y'all the objects and you're baiting are ready to start. Making these like is allowed. Kohl's is this one interface. You have to decide if something is authorized. That's kind of it and it's like all right. That's your like blank slate. I now have this ability to do authorization. And now the way you can actually now start like influencing your logic like deciding who could do what is through the policy language could polo so this is a language we bill declarative logic base language specifically for authorization allows you to express who can do what we can number rules and this is kind of like well. Powell is that like authorization logic of making these decisions and know when i talk about some of the stuff around like out of the book support for things rose. Those are effectively like libraries provided full photo. That would just take away or that were from how yet the moral the rose it will help you do the data modeling things like that much time. Did you spend in the early design phases figuring out how to make milwaukee.

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"This becomes spaghetti code of if statements like sprinkled throughout the app piece of customers. Jake to authorization. Logic is both both very deeply coupled with your application your application data. The things that people can do in your app. It is highly highly different based on applications. So that was kind of attention. We've seen as you know existing libraries that feel maybe too restrictive so instead. Most people are just kind of like going full. Add hog built it themselves refactoring multiple times spending months and months and months each time we need staying and kind of reinventing it. We set out to address that problem. The original thing we want to do with spilled something that was like powerful and flexible enough. That could solve like the whole spectrum of like authorization problems. I guess we'll stop later. This will the policy engine comes from lowyou to kind of represent anything but as we started doing that we then started realizing that. There's actually maybe eighty percent of everybody's applications like build on the same concepts and this is kind of coming back to those like libraries and frameworks. Didn't have wrong in the first place. It's like actually. Most people do have like eighty percent the same thing it's roles plus some custom logic. Now you've covered the wide spectrum mcconnell now coming back and adding like tons of extra structure on top so you kind of get the best of both worlds. If you do need the same path in that most of the people have you kinda get that out of the box but then you still have that kind of lost twenty percent. Everyone is the eighty twenty rule here lost twenty percent. You can still customize your heart's content. As far as the out of the box experiences that encapsulated with those integrations that you've built for django and sequel alchemy and flask. That i saw when i was digging through documentation. Yeah that's exactly right although we have party the most. I'm not sure when this will go up. We have very some of the more exciting of this. Eric coming out within the next month or so. I think there's even more we can do so for example the experience we want to have. It's like you maybe know that you need raw back in your app and we just wanna give you so almost like one line at curry that allows us to out that in your app and kind of continue moving forwards and so we've got the beginnings of that in sequel alchemy. There's a lot more we want to do there. In terms of the foot guns developers run into as they're trying to build out their own access control and authorization policies or if there may be using a library or framework. That's going to kind of help them. That foot gun a little bit higher. What are some of the missteps that they still might read into or some of the common mistakes that the you've seen as far as how to integrate this authorization logic within an application and maybe some of the types of technical debt that can be accrued as a result. Say there's two sides of this. I think one is the end user facing part of this which i think is a hugely important part of authorization and the other as you mentioned. It's kind of like the tunnel. Tenneco debt pot of this. So i think on the user facing sides. The thing that can be tempting is to be very responsive to what your customers are asking you for adding new roles and you permissions and new ways to customize control model to your heart's content and then actually like creating a situation where people can break the app because they mis configured something and you explain on if you set up this way you concept this configuration and so on so on like that logic can being pushed towards the user to understand and you know sometimes you get those like john pages matrices of missions needs..

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"I'm the cto rest up primarily based in new york just on the ten people undergoing rapidly. And do you remember. hey. I got introduced to pay thon. I'd do so ours. Originally mathematician by training. I go in shoes to python specifically as part of a number theory. Course where we use. Maths package called called sage side. One of my lecturers was like a contrary to kind of us is part of the lecture surrounds. Theoretical stuff. and yeah i love the. That was great. Can you start by giving a bit of a description about what the project is and some of the story behind hoax started. Yeah sure so. As i said at the beginning. I saw a startup. I'm co founder of the origins of kind of go back almost three years. Now my fire on a grandma. We got together around this idea. This vision of making security more accessible develops that was kind of the original core idea of of of what we wanted to build and building. Today is an open source library. Sorry which is for building relationships. Apps the reason we got on so authorizations specifically we went out and spoke to hundreds of different teams engineers security people about a product manages. all kinds. you know. I'll skiing radio rambled. They were struggling with security originally was trying to build stuff in the obstruction space. But we kept on hearing. That stuff's important. But i just six months trying to build roles in my application. Does your think solve that first. Few times we'd like no no. We're on the infrastructure side of things. We don't do that and eventually we sort of we should. Maybe listen to what people telling us is the problem of not trying to tell them. It's security in authorization and access control or definitely all complex problems and difficult to manage and there have been countless attempts at doing it quote unquote the right way or sort of the one. True way you know as you mentioned you had this idea of it was going to be infrastructure oriented but developers were saying no. I'm just struggling with getting it to work a map location at all so curious as you started to dig more into the application software side of things. What was your kind of assessment of the current state of the ecosystem in python or another programming languages for being able to actually design and enforce usable policies and authorization and access controls and what was missing in terms of the capabilities. Either built into the languages and frameworks or just overall sort of libraries and the economics and design these systems. There's so many pieces to this. So i think every say you know what framework or application framework in general. There's often usually built into the framework itself but it's usually number of packages a libraries. The let you some amount of authorization as as part of that and it's may be better or worse integrations the zero system the limitation with those often tends to be that they try and enforce kind of a single model on you you know. Maybe they provide something like roles. Which i'm sure we'll end though speed about later. They give you maybe like one pathan but the thing with authorisation which which was really interesting is it's so different for every application and like most. We spoke to a lot of. I'm not sure you could even civil thracian fresh generically. We have this really unique situation where we need to access the blah blah this and this and this so often a lot of people end up not using like libraries or frameworks and just trying to build into their app themselves..

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"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

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What Is Tail Risk?

Money For the Rest of Us

06:54 min | 1 year ago

What Is Tail Risk?

"Last week. The proven i got stuck in a rare snow and ice storm that hit texas where millions were without power and unable to heat their homes. We spent saturday night in el paso. Texas we saw there was going to be a winter storm between el paso and san antonio where we were heading where we were dropping off. My son and daughter in law's subaru that they had repaired back in tucson where we spend the winters we debated whether we should stay in el paso or not maybe way today but i thought i've driven in the snow a lot. It's a subaru. It has new tires. We should be just fine and indeed the car at least for the first day perform quite well. It was an absolute mess. There were so many wrecks at one point. There was a chinese woman in the middle of the highway waving us down. We thought it was another wreck. Turns turns out. She and her husband had got stranded on the other side of the expressway and needed a ride back to the next town where they had a hotel. It took us eight hours of driving. And we realized we wouldn't be able to reach san antonio. I rather son book too so hotel in oso texas because our cell phones weren't working right. The next morning the car was dead we put in a battery and then we started driving again. We didn't make it far. We got stuck at a rest. Stop our cell. Phones didn't work. It was fifteen degrees. I found found somebody that call the police for us rescue us but before the police arrived the car started against so we thought well at least try to get to the next exit and maybe we could get a hotel. The car stalled again. We posted about a half a mile off the highway and ended up stranded on the side of the road in sonora texas. It's not a very big town. There's no taxis there's no uber. We presume the problem was the alternator was out. We got a hold of my son who wanted to come and install a new one so we had to get back about thirty eight miles to sona texas where we had a hotel room. I least had the presence of mind to book another nights room at the hotel just in case something came up. We couldn't get back. I called the police. They said they couldn't help. They didn't have the resources that operator said call tow truck. Why did they weren't going to pick us up. They only tow cars. Aaa doesn't do it. Either they only arrange for toes reaced needed a ride back to her hotel. Was i call the auto parts store where i had paid a couple of guys to put the battery in. They didn't want to come pick us up. I had brett check. If we had any plus members in the area the closest one was in kerrville too. Far away i called our web developers in houston. Do they know anybody. In sonora turn their neighbor had family that live there but he was eighty and they couldn't get a hold of him on the phone. Finally brat got in touch with a local leader from the church of jesus christ of latter day saints that live an hour and a half away and it turns out he knew a couple in zona who said they were willing to come and get us complete strangers. They both worked for the school district. The husband and wife and they came. We were on the side of the road about two hours and it was cold the next day. His father in law came. They picked us up. And we made it san antonio barely because we had the head any gasoline because they're filling stations were closed or out of gas because of power. It was extremely rare event. The coldest that has been in texas since nineteen eighty nine. If we look at the weather in san antonio in a typical year it varies between forty. Three degrees in ninety six degrees. it rarely falls below. Freezing plotted graph. Temperatures in texas. Most of the observations would be in the middle around seventy degrees. This is a bell curve. A normal distribution fifteen degrees fahrenheit is where we were to the far left of this distribution and that far left is the tail tail events are extreme outcomes or very rare observations. Because they're in the tail on the ends of the distribution there called talibans tail. Risk is the personal harm. That's these extreme events can cause. How does it impact us. In the worst case we could be ruined. We could die or we could go bankrupt. We could run out of money. This weather event was hey tail event. It was an extreme of it. It was rare now. Pearl and i were in a. I wouldn't call it a dangerous situation. Certainly very uncomfortable. I have not been that stranded in many years. It took a while to find help. I've you were kind of at wit's end as investors we can control the amount of tail risk that we take we can protect against by buying insurance. 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"osos" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You call in order today, you're not going to be enrolled in one of those automatic delivery programs. This is a one time order you can see for yourself. How well this works. The number to call is 1 804 6794 Aid zero. I'll give it to you again. It's 1 804 679480. Okay, well, this has been really, really enlightening. We've been talking about pain, which which, Unfortunately is, it is a difficult subject for so many people. We've been talking about Dr Jan. It's glucosamine cream, which contains proven pain fighting ingredients that not only helped to reduce or even eliminate your pain, but also helped too. Rebuild. And I think that Zoe important there is an opportunity here to get on a path back to the ultimate health. You know, with pain. You have this. What if thinking? What if this isn't going to get better, and I'm gonna wind up in a wheelchair? What do I have? Is this terminal? Is this going to take me out? What's gonna happen to my family? What's gonna happen to my job? So this is what America is going through, and the stress on Lee perpetuates the pain syndrome. And so I'm here to tell you that help is on its way. It's time to take charge. Be proactive. Pick up the phone and try this. So your glucose numbing cream is all natural. All natural, And you just rub this right in the area doesn't stink. No smell, doesn't it? It's it's not greasy, greasy ruin your clothes. And this is safe. You don't have to worry about interaction. No, not that concerned about their I meant to ask you is this Is this something that you can Continued to use or should continue to use after you know, Let's say that you don't have pain anymore, but he's punishing. Yeah, if it happened once it could happen again. Yeah, so And what should you notice? When you start using it more flexibility, less pain, You have more mobility. Going to sleep better. You're going to get back into life. You know, It's funny. I have people tell me the 1st and 2nd day they use it, though. You know, I have a feeling For the first time that my well being is returning. I'm gonna be all right. Yeah, and there are there are literally thousands of people that have benefited already. Absolutely. We know that for a fact the letters don't stop coming in. So can you share a few more with us? We've got Pam from Douglasville, Georgia, she says my finger swelled in. My doctor said it was carpal tunnel syndrome. And I couldn't get any relief. So I rubbed it Blue. Close mean cream on my fingers and hand and the pain was instantly gone. I keep despite my bed in my purse and at my workstation. Thank you. Dr Janna and Agnes sent this letter. I knit for hours at a time. It takes all the oil from my skin and my hands were so bad that they were cracked bleeding and very itchy. Plus my hands hurt a lot, too sometimes waking me up at night. I would You use your glucose mean creaming on my hands, and I'd have to tell you it's better than any hand cream or lotions. Plus the aching and pain of faded in my hands have never been so smooth E View Oil Osos, an incredible skin conditioner. So that's a side benefit, too. So you know there's just all kinds of things as the testimonies keep pouring in, so Well, Dr Joanna Any final words of encouragement. You want to leave with our listeners? Yes, Absolutely. Chris, you know pain. It can be your friend because it alerts you to take action. But pain becomes your enemy when you fail to take action, And that's what this show is all about. I want to encourage you to become proactive and go to the root cause of your pain. I've offered you a real proven solution That's helped hundreds of thousands of people just like you across America. Over the past 10 years find relief. Try my glucose me cream. You have nothing to lose except your pain. And remember this. It works. It works. It works well, doctors, and I think that's great advice and and a great appeal for people to try it and see how well it it works for themselves. All right, folks will. Here's your final opportunity. If you want to try Dr Jan. It's extra strength. Glucosamine pain relief formula. There's a special toll free number to call. Write it down and.

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Google Is Bucking Trends with the Pixel 5, and It's Awesome

Android Central Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Google Is Bucking Trends with the Pixel 5, and It's Awesome

"Auto you and I kind of shared responsibilities on this alex the video. But you did a bunch of the photo samples. You took all the mazing photos in the review. You've spent some time with it so I would like to know what you think of the phone and whether people should think about it in the same way as they thought about the Pixel for Pixel three and all the other flagships that Google's released over the last few years. Yes. So I said a few weeks ago in the PODCAST I wasn't really excited for the Pixel five and as is often the case I'm happy to have been wrong. I really really liked this phone it's it's It's cheaper than a lot of the phones that have come out lately. Especially, the ones that I've been reviewing lots of phones that cost over thousand bucks this wins only seven hundred which saying only sounds insane considering how cheap phones used to be but this one, this one is. A very affordable flagship tear phone and it's it's sort of. Everything you would expect good and bad. I would say about about Pixel phone, right so the the specs are nothing crazy the the cameras are great but maybe not quite as as improved as we might have hoped but. I think my overall take with the Pixel five is that it's one of the friendliest phones. This year and by that I mean, it's just a very comfortable phone. You know it's it's got rounded corners and a nice size that fits well in your hand. It's very, you know generally fast and responsive and reliable They really just kind of nailed all the basics and I think that's what's most important to get right in a phone these days and and everything else is secondary but the Pixel has always had some kind of of major flaw that that keeps it from being like an easy recommendation and I think for the first time that's just not the case this year and I'm really really happy about that. So. You got the sword of sage college like I did. What's is your take on that because I'M I'm kind of in love with this color to be honest but I know it's been a little divisive. If somebody likes say the Oso orange you know really pop out there versions of the pixels from from years past what's your take on this more subtle color way? Well, you know I. Don't I. Don't need my phone to look like a traffic cone so I don't really miss the orange but. I really I really liked the sage I. Think this year has been a big a big year for different shades of of Blues and Greens in general and sort of any of the. Any of the colors in between those two. and I really liked the sage I still think my favorite finish that's been showing up on phones has been something like the whatever the Nebula Green I think it's called on the one plus eight pro. But I really really liked this the sage, the fact that it's this this you know sort of matte texture with a little bit of a speckled on it. So you can. You can kind of feel little bits of the of the back of the phone that are raised just a touch It's a really really nice finish I. I like it a lot.

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"osos" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"osos" Discussed on SUSCAST

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How procrastination is About Managing Emotions, Not Time.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

05:34 min | 2 years ago

How procrastination is About Managing Emotions, Not Time.

"I want to expand on something I. talked about in last week's Podcast, and that's procrastination because many of us are really getting stuck in this in the time of Cove Ed, and now back to school is happening and parents specifically, mothers are sitting back and procrastinating their own needs in lieu of, of course, taking care of their kids. So I wanted to touch on a couple of deeper things when it comes to procrastination I'm going to be quote mostly from an author, a professor of psychology rather from University Tim Pikal and he writes for psychology today. So I've been playing as I normally do lots of different information. Blogs. so that I can share them with you. One thing I want you to hear today is that. Most People Associate Procrastination with laziness it is not laziness. It's not failure. It's not an motivation it's not distraction. It's something deeper. It's mostly an unease, an unwillingness process emotions. It's not about time management. It's about emotional management which makes sense. If you really think about how you go about procrastinating, you start to learn you become more aware of the fact that you're trying to not feel a certain way, which is why procrastination and perfectionists them are Yin and Yang to each other Pikal goes on to explain in his book solving the procrastination puzzle. That procrastination is a voluntary delay of an intended act despite the knowledge that this delay may harm us. That is procrastination is by definition in irrational behavior because it runs counter to our own idea of what's going to make us happy. Specifically, he goes on to say procrastination isn't emotionally focused coping strategy to do with negative emotions. It goes something like this. We sit down to do a task. We project into the future about what the tax will feel like we predict that the task will not feel good meaning that we're going to stress out. We're GONNA feel bad and our emotional coping strategy kicks in to keep us away from that bad feeling. Therefore, we avoid the task this emotional void in technique that our brain takes on. Often subconsciously employees in such a way that is similar to what underlies many types of anxiety people with anxiety often do everything we can to avoid the perceived external threat and then we shut off access to both. Good and bad feeling which of course, leads us toward depression but also peaks anxiety when we're confronted with getting things done in our internal world in this brain that's been produced for us. What happens is that we procrastinate and when we procrastinate were avoiding the task with the assumption that the task isn't going to feel good and that means we're missing out on feeling something good an accomplishment or a success. Another Study Co authored by Dr Michael Fallon links between procrastination and negative emotions like frustration and resentment. Hello resentments. And that makes it even more difficult to cope with potential negative emotions. We predict our task will create. So instead of feeling even worse we opt for something that makes us feel good like our phone or petting the dog or multitude of other things giving into feel good. Is the term given to this phenomenon win? We seek short-term good feelings at the cost of long term satisfaction something that most of us learn in those early years of being a toddler, what we're doing is were giving in to. This hijacking of our brain by the inner critic we're leading this voice takeover us that says, oh no, no, no, no. No you don't want to do something Mike Start the project, get the ball rolling. You need to run far away from that because you are anticipating that you're going to feel bad. So your fight flight or freeze kicks said your inner toddler Hickson the inner critic takes over. Here's what's really interesting about what this fella found out. He noted that the relationship between self compassion and procrastination. Because it's both counter intuitive and Oso revealing is. Foundational to how we cope with

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"osos" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"osos" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

"Welcome to the lights camera pro podcast where we interview entertainment pros about their careers and how they became successful in the industry the secret to their success here every week here's your host. SEAN TURA HEY everybody. Welcome to the lights camera pro podcast. I'm your host, Shaw Vittore and I just want to say go to apple podcasts and spotify and subscribed rate in review I. Just wanted to mention that this audio podcast was originally a facebook live. Today's guests are Nikki trends and manny also out of New York they have this really cool podcast called bubble bath stories where record on their phones in the bathroom and tell stories These guys are a lot of fun. Here we go. I love the live thing. Click to go live. It's so cool. Hey everybody were live here with the Lights Camera podcast I'm your host Shaven tour and we are here today that the to podcasts, creators, podcasters, and creators of bubble bath stories. Nikki and manny they record their podcasts in the bathroom they're going to tell us about it This is so cool. Welcome guys. Yeah. So I'm going to shut up now for a second and just let you talk about how bubble best stories how did you come up with the idea? How did you create it? How did you decide you wanted to record it in the bathroom? Are you still doing that? Yes. He's law obviously right now we're not. We came up with rem bar trade a production. Of Definitely, in the TV business and many here has had experience in radio on data Tampa, and we just needed a creative outlet for us and anyone who lives in New York that you live in a very tiny apartment in every room is a con room and we found that we were having a lot of discussions in the bachelor or. The living room another ended after interweave oranization In that bureau and so we thought this would be some of the things we were talking about we felt needed to be shared on our friends. And I remember one of those one of those stories were as we're trying to figure out superheroes pay taxes, and if they do how how do they taught Lake Superman right off his office, right? He was entity was. Weird bouncing this around in over the next night manicheism and actually found a eight in our last spreadsheet at shown House Spiderman and Batman dipper taxes differ and where they would fall into. That conversation coworkers and they're. Getting into how whom or Susan seems to have an exponential amount of money. Rain were. Home. Name. rule-based is we are part of the cannabis community at one of the places that we do in bathroom until it became like a very relaxing kind of. Zet. Place while and was. And was. Exciting. A relaxing at a bubble bath and still kinda that's where all tied in and so we just fall one bathroom has great. I'm an amazing a bathroom. I can live concerts and everything. What what room in hostile even be the best to do on vasteras you can't do it in. Never. He's GonNa. Get it The bathroom is where you shed off your layers, Intel your tribune's sell. This is. Saying. So we sit in our very tiny. Just. By. Ourself owns and we just Kinda go at it depending on what it is that we wanna talk about that week what's going on that we or sometimes it could be something been boiling us. Yeah. We have yet it all out there right. I do remember and I have to ask you this was going to wait but. You Watch the Bob's Burgers and you had like a drinking contest or something that of your episodes as with with the quarantine started out here we noticed everybody started downloading zoom or any of these base timing APPs every making with their rooms or chat rooms right as. We saw body was doing these live sharing on instagram. We just figured hey, why not just do a live hang out as well and we started making it an actual contests. 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But I'm interested in the in the contest like what do you say on your website or do you say on your podcast site on anchor like, Hey, we're having a contest whoever guesses the Trivia Wins Twenty Bucks or wins So we actually we have taken a hiatus doing audio because he just needed a break to kind of figure out how we're GONNA make the next season better works for us. into. Just happened that happened at a time refigure, we need to stay relevant. That's really what it's all about. It doesn't matter what it is doing for your followers continues to engage. You have to always have some big going on and so that one of the things do every week mostly. Saturday. Every day we would pose like this is the show that we're doing. This is the title and everyday be a different rate gifters blight. That and then like the day before we put all the rules if they just became people are become excited about it. They were rat like.

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Don't @ Me: This CS:GO Player Faked His Own Death

theScore Esports Podcasts

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Don't @ Me: This CS:GO Player Faked His Own Death

"Sunday. June, fourteenth at twitter account with the handle. Handle CS rough, tweeted out quote, rip me Ho. He was a good kid. It really sucks. What happened and quote the person he was talking about was his friend who goes by the name Mi-ho a see us go player with a long history applying playing on ESPN now. If you guys aren't Cisco, heads, ESPN is basically a platform that for a price gives you access to better servers in a more robust anti cheat system. Also has its own amateur league system. Where you in a five stack can sign up to play organized. Go well rubs. Tweet was pretty low key in me. Ho is by no means well known in the go seen. This news quickly spiraled out of control. Because the reality is me, Ho wasn't dead Yep me Ho faked his death, but why he did. It is a little more complicated than it seems, and we'll get to that in just a second I promise now I've deemed back and forth with rough and to be clear. He did not know this news fake when he originally tweeted, he legitimately thought his friend had died and was told this news by. By people he trusted eventually. The news caught the attention of Oso. Dank on top of having a fantastic handle works a support staff for rank s for Ese a and if you guys didn't know, rank s is basically as highest level of competition, a ton of pros past and present got their start there and I actually talked. Dank was sad to hear the news about me. Hope passing especially because he just talked two hours before he got the news, and then around two thirty is when I saw the first tweet from his teammate Ashley from his friend, or whatever it was saying that he died. Was You know in a car accident etcetera? So I'm shocked him on twitter and ask them like you know. What like you know what happened in like? I'm sorry you're that etc and told me that his. Cousin said he got hit by a drunk driver in the in any died. So that's all I had to go on. So I made that tweet of mine, just 'cause. It sucks to see people you know. Pass away in the community, and it's like you know it's. Never a thing to see soon after that people notice that me, Ho was playing ceus. Go on, ESPN A and well. Yeah, he wasn't dead and once Oh. Dang found fat out. He tweeted out that he was disappointed. Such news was played for laughs. Now here's where the why he did. It comes back into play, and it is a little confusing. After people found out that me wasn't debt and was playing ESPN. League matches with his friends multiple East sports news outlets broke above the situation and the article state that me Ho allegedly faked his death in order to get a thirty day. Ban on his. Account and they attributed this fact to him, but that's not true, and here's why first off after the story blew up me. Ho tweeted out that he didn't do it to get around the thirty day ban, but because him and his friends thought it would be funny on top of that. That's not how the sea community guidelines work. Basically me, hope is given the thirty day ban for threatening another player while competing in rank. Rank s qualifier match. This was his fourth banned for threatening another player in his eighth GSA band since two thousand seventeen, and it was this latest thirty day offense that also Dang was talking to me Ho about hours before he died, he reached out to me through discord, and like asking me about the ban, and like asked me about multiple things like I'm not like I'm not gonNA. Sit there and argue with somebody like. I didn't really talk much more after that I just I told them like why he was and what he said. And what you know, the reason is now. If you banned ESPN qualifier, you are still allowed to compete at the league with the team that you signed up with and I know that sounds confusing, but basically why does it this way comes down to a matter of scheduling? It only applies really severe. Bans like Dan Abrasion you can't play league batches, but with like community conduct violations where like you get banned from a Pug or saints on a platform like we still allow us to play league matches or does because. There would there would be a lot of scheduling problems if if that wasn't allowed so the idea that me faked his own death in order to get around thirty day, ban on his account makes no sense because under Ese community guidelines me, hope was still allowed to play an as league, which is exactly what he did, which ultimately how he got caught, and now we've ended up here. Okay, so we've gone this far, and we haven't heard from me. Ho yet well DMZ him. Asking how this all started UAE, he decided to fake his own death, and basically he told me that he was peer pressured into it by A. Teammate, and yeah, he apparently signed to Valentim, called trillium, and he's making racks so good for him I guess now according to Oso Dank he doesn't think me. Hosts going to get another fan because this happened on twitter and had nothing to do with the sea, so as me, weights out his latest band, continuing to play CS, Goer Valor and it's safe to say that this story is pretty

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Leave These Words Out Of Your Prospecting Messages - Liz Wendling

Daily Sales Tips

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Leave These Words Out Of Your Prospecting Messages - Liz Wendling

"Are you using filler? Words crutch phrases and lazy language in your email communication. The most common an outdated mail opening lines that irritate and aggravate and come across. Oso cheesy and phony sound like this. The following examples used to be friendly pleasantries back in the day. Now they have become useless phrase grenades that add value and also keep in mind. Many spam messages start out with this inauthentic and impersonal approach. And here's what they sound like. Hope you doing great. Hope he had a great weekend. I trust this email finds you well. I hope you're having a productive day. Hope all is going. Well really do you. I if you don't know me at all and you start interacting with me that way. It comes across phony and completely insincere. I don't care if you know me even just a little bit. Those are what I call throwaway phrases that everyone else is using and they add no value. Now I know you're trying to be nice and you want to start your messages attempting to make a connection with someone. But why a why would you want to sound like you've got stuck in the nineteen nineties and use the sales language that millions of other people are using? Your first sentence needs to assist the recipient around the intention of your email. This allows people to decide if your message needs to be addressed immediately filed away as informational or can be handled later or sent right to the junk folder don't waste precious seconds being inauthentic with fluff and crutch words and get to the point because remember spam messages. Start out with this inauthentic approach. Every time I teach this concept to someone he will always push back and say well. Why can't I be nice? Why can I say something? That's not all about business and I tell them that not suggesting that they don't be kind. I'm not suggesting that they don't be a human but I teach them to write their email. Backwards put these pleasantries at the end. If

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"osos" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"osos" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

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"osos" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

19:57 min | 2 years ago

"osos" Discussed on KCRW

"To Oxnard KCRW Los Osos bay would park KCRW Berlin and one of four point one FM Berlin Germany stream eclectic twenty four anytime KCRW dot com slash P. twenty four more from my KCRW app remember thank you so I'm proud we bring I only drank I've been the same old same so what a setting I setting yeah I said I got a yelling in case you're W. sponsors include prime video presenting the case you must grace Christmas show a new Amazon original premiering on prime video tomorrow learn more at the top of it at the grow starting at noon tomorrow support for KCRW comes from water why city of Santa Barbara right now is the best time of year to plant for a vibrant spring garden plants need to put down their roots in the fall rebates.

"osos" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"osos" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Runs. Six inex- that on eleven hits three walks seven strikeouts. With the seadogs. This is his third start of the rehab. That's now as I said earlier lasted nearly a month to pitch on at fly straightaway center field and not overly deep Gorky certain circles. Right. Underneath it. Sunglasses on mixed cavalier. Just I grab. A couple of outs quickly for Johnson. As he gets Hello, top top-shelf, Alex Cora had talked about it before the last rehabbing more Brian Johnson. And he said that the first inning has been pretty good for Johnson. But sometimes he hasn't been able to bounce back and keep things rolling into his second or the few times. He's worked into third inning two out. Here's late at the veteran right handed slugger, and he takes a curve ball at the knees first-rate Johnston. With good command on the curveball Adams, batting to eighty nine. With eleven homers first year with the Phillies so pitch comes inside low one with two out on. Plus, the Osos Polaris. So they've got the newly designed blue uniforms, Osos polar is white across the chest in red sleeves coming out from underneath the blue one pitch to add a spot just off the plate away says the whole plate empire. Rich Riley two in one. Riley, calls the balls and strikes. The crew chief John bacon at first and Mike. Wiseman umpires at third. Lefty versus ready again. The two one is low on lean atoms three one. Johnson now twenty eight and I said it is no strange sight to see him on the ballot McCoy. I mean it a lot of time here on his way up. Three one pitch is low ball four, but to the fast ball at missed below the capital cities late. Add ups is the first base runner up. The contest draws a free pass guy who's spent a lot of time here. Pitch two. Ton of success at this level on his way up fast balls. And a change of believed the pitch prior that we're off the Mark from Johnson than many changes. But the command not too far off, though. He did issue the base on balls Devi grew your, the twenty three year old catcher turning himself into a big prospect for the Phillies the way he's hit at his first year at the AAA level. I pitch fouls, the fest ball of the screen. Among the league leaders batted three thirty three and forty five games. He's homered nine times at eleven doubles and driven thirty eight runs. Adams at first the oh one fastball. Aside. He's compacts right headed hitter is Devi grew out of the Dominican. Little bit short stocky and the packs. A wallop. Scoreless. Gabe here comes the one from Johnson curveball. That's beautiful a strike bids at the knees wanted to. I always thought watching Brian, I did a lot over the years. I thought that curveball has always been his bread and butter. Yeah nigga beautiful pitch. And he can steal strikes with it. And he has already a couple times thrown it for land strikes. That was one two or yoed swingset MRs got a high fastball. Eighty nine miles an hour on the gun, the first strikeout for BJ and a relatively paid free quick. I he does this you walk. But strands that run we go to the bottom of the first elected or run here Suarez pitching against tech.

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"osos" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"osos" Discussed on KCRW

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Rape, Bangladesh and Tefron discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Rape, Bangladesh and Tefron discussed on BBC World Service

"Still to come on the forum we'll be looking more closely at the impact that plastic has had on the human race both positive and negative is it a force for good or evil it's undoubtedly saved many lives and developed into an icon of modern society but now science is greatest problem is what we're gonna do about oso flexible friend especially how do we dispose of it or even replace it said join me for parts of the forum straight out of the news summary bbc news with stuart mcintosh the most senior roman catholic to be charged with sexual abuse cardinal george pell has pleaded not guilty at a court in australia he was attending a hearing at which a magistrate said there was enough evidence for him to stand trial multiple abuse charges dating back to the nineteen seventy s and nineteen ninety s cardinal pell pleaded not guilty the us secretary of state mike pompeo says secret documents israel claims to have tamed on a rams nuclear program show that tefron lied about its nuclear capabilities he said this showed the international deal to curb iran's nuclear ambitions wasn't built on good faith the armenian parliament is due to meet shortly to elect a new prime minister following weeks of demonstrations that forced the resignation of the country's longstanding leader says the protest leader nicole passion young is standing unopposed although he'll still need the support of some ruling party politicians to win the united states says it's detained eleven members of a migrant caravan which had traveled from central america to the mexican border with the us the migrants were detained on suspicion of trying to enter america illegally eight other members of the convoy have entered us territory to seek asylum the head of the army of myanmar has denied that his forces were guilty of sexual violence including rape during the campaign he ordered against a hinge muslims in a reference to the seven hundred thousand muslims who fed the bangladesh general min own clearing also said myanmar was ready to accept what he described as the bank goalies who left the country under the agreement between the two countries scientists have decoded the genome of the rose in a study that could lead to new varieties of flour being read the research which took eight years to complete revealed.

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