35 Burst results for "PIP"

"pip" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:39 min | 9 months ago

"pip" Discussed on Fore Play

"The tour says the pip runs until the end of the year and there's a week's long lag in reporting metrics, which means Tiger and the PNC impact could be outstanding still, then an independent firm must verify Mickelson might win, but he hasn't yet. Which got me thinking that it would be a diabolical move by Phil Mickelson to chum up a bunch of chatter about him when winning the pip, which would then factor into him potentially winning the pip, even if he had not won the pip yet. I agree with that and I have a question. Is the PJ tour going to put out the winning list or have they put that list out? 'cause I remember at the beginning of all this, they had said that they were maybe not going to release the rankings, which is the stupidest thing in the world. So I was wondering if they changed their minds on that. And if they've put out a list yet. I have not seen an official list. I've just seen like, you know, the source is the usual suspects who get this kind of information, just been tweeting out. I can confirm. I think Danny rabbit was out there. He was tweeting, you could confirm that Phil Mickelson did win it. The Tiger Woods finished second. I saw everybody Kyle more cowley was the bubble boy, I think he finished 11th. And I think top ten were people that got paid out for it. So I saw him kind of tweet about that. So yeah, they're kind of leaking it, I guess, but maybe the players are leaking it themselves. I don't really think so weird. First, I agree with what you said about. That's a great way for Phil Mickelson to manipulate it right at the finish line. If he doesn't, if he thinks he's a few points behind Tiger or whoever for first place, this is a great way to drum up a bunch of clicks and interests and all that to hopefully take him across the finish line..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Lisa who adopts the editing and lee will be a guest on a few tracks at some point once we can gal schedule together and so least does the editing. She edits audio and the video. Now i was doing all of that myself but found just taking up kind. I could be devoting content creation cooperation. And that's why. I want to be not lydia resting code costs and it's what lisa wants today. So it kind of she. She emailed me and said come. I eh one for you and you give me a testimony on where john you and she just could job. That huma happen immediately. A couple months later. Okay now you for me and we now have zita zito. You got a lot of my. I what generally anyway she looks. Often why media She helped us page. That goes with the podcast. Yes i could do it myself. But it's off announced a forty minute job And it's just easy Only information is that these but next to that something that we've talked about in other episodes on wants to bring in hair reaches processes clicks off. Want doing this is forced me to do in workout. What process is for our. I finished jabbering away. Yeah you gusman my. We've had enough rain away. What happens next. I climbed coordinates for zita so that she could know what she needs to do for the web page And i had a cool with. Lisa says she used. I now know. Exactly what the prices which i probably knew in my head ba fool but because i out so stay. I've had to documents. And i think that's really valuable. Yeah great totally. An eye document all sorts of different things for people you know. Process flows and create humble. Soon we'll source. It is invaluable You know i create Video which crate process flows and my swim lanes and none of those kinds of analysis tools. Are you so yeah. And it doesn't mean that if at some point any the team changes for whatever reason. I'm not getting rid of anybody. Not getting rid of anybody. Who is just that they might have other interests like psych. Not do it. They don't get luck with anymore. Something out and say up to place business down for a reason. It means that. I already have announced the prices designs Video of what to do record it and the next person that comes along is much easier hanadova on. It's much easier fix laying. What need often and then look for the Kind of dr outsourcing right. yes anyways but it's now what's poss twelve day on the twenty ninth of second but gonna be recording another upset later on this afternoon off to which i am off to. A surprise birthday got sounds exciting. Twelve people today. Who apart from the other episode. I writing a reports of findings after. Gdp reviewed somebody. And the same thing. I'm talking to the very very lovely annabel k. about children's gdp are and data management. So that's eight o'clock so it's a webinar. Oh fanatics you you. You being interviewed by annabelle to that yet. We know it's just a free flowing conversation very very similar to what we do on on this and Annabel has sent invitations up to that. The white v8 community and they'll be able to register. Come along have a chat. Listen ask questions. We can give advice help tips or those kinds of things. It just shows the power of collaboration and networking with other people. I've known on bell probably since about two thousand seven eight. Maybe maybe namibia two thousand nine ten but a long time And it's just amazing and work quickly travels. Everybody seems to be collaborating and the circle gets smaller. It's just fabulous on himself. Pleased at that's going to be amazing. Listen that's By the time you hear this episode it would have been in crossed. Yes fat was today..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Don't not that long before so it really interesting because you know as far as long as it has been around reva But obviously now say. I think that's a good message to because obviously everything that has been doing by a messaging on getting her outback Makes you think seeing you around all the time. So that gives you confidence also because you keep seeing their messaging. Whoever it is Not help. I think definitely help on. Yeah you're right. The went tons of lessons in life said what stood out the most fear the message about resilience about keep going and you know i used brave but you know kind of Plan something and this was sort of what paper saying you know she resigned. She had a plan. And then the pandemic cates the walson plan. A the part time job didn't come off so plan. B let's give it well. Let's go all in and you know that message. You've you've got to be totally committed. You know you constantly. So i'm going to be this for a week and you know the first knock you get that set walk away or whatever if you are absolutely going to make that just have to keep going and going and going and going. Yeah absolutely. it's okay great. I think that's really the main message. Commit fully to whatever it is in life that you won't stay you know and if you know just to take two completely different place you know if you really want to lose weight and you really wants fisa. We all know what we have to do. Just commit to doing those things. Whatever they may be so. I think it's the thank thing in business oriented uncomfortable so if you're watching on youtube We'll see me popping around my accident playing Today's too much. But hey that's just life better seeing myself from the sweet them. So yeah i think i think. It's being flicked commissioned to china offering you. You just feel what was interesting..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"You know that is one of the things that i have loved since joining the entrepreneurial world via world is the amount of support out there. You connect with other. Va's connect with people in your world Because you don't what doors they will open for you You know you. As german. I have in the past year. We've picked each other's brains and generally it's me picking your brains help. Yep yeah and And it has been amazing. I mean my background is sort of professional services. And it's it's very different and so coming into this wonderful entrepreneurial world i'm just like wow there is so much support there so just go out like embrace. It talked to people connect with people And get just keep saying it. I just gave for it. But that's that's what i have done. I'm just not care just really want to do this. Let's just do it. It's almost like fifth failed affair but do it anyway. I totally great. I kim great any loss. Stir before we up. No i think that's everything that says. These is really really valuable. I think it's something we've touched on here before. I'm pips touched on it. There is to be afraid to network with the va's because you might have the opportunity to collaborate with them on the bigger projects or if a client comes to you and they have some think that you know abroad project and you can do fifty percent of it on fifty percent of it you can't you can go with another. Va split the project. Split the money between you and work together to deliver or have a referral process between the va. So you know is about collaboration and is about just going for it and you know get that just kept going. I think we'll tackle this episode. Just the just goes for episode three that but just do it. Thank you so much coming on the podcast today in a real pleasure as a we will put your bio and all of your lakes and sayings on to the web page that goes with the episode so any other. Va's out very few not in love with launching your clients you will be able to get in touch with pip and collaborate with and that way. So that's how it works collaborations k. In my book the great thing and Thank you very much once again. All thank you shelly. And thank you joe. It's been an absolute pleasure. Join us this morning. It really has budo welcome back. Wasn't that such a fun. Chat there with pets. Yes lovely lovely to catch up and and talk to somebody who has started that business in lockdown and made such a success. I think there are so many messages that we could all take even people like you. And i shall the have how businesses for a long time. And you know the the message about resilience about keeping going. The pip gave us with really really useful. Yeah i i love. Animals really surprised that she ishani salted eighteen months ago woman early. Join the my help But i didn't think anything about that you know..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"And she bought into it so by the time she spent the courses ship before plus such office she properties fell more than had boost the whole thing at the beginning. But it wasn't right for them. So yeah i have to say a member of your hub. It is amazing. I have dipped in and out of it so many times. It's just great to have it like that in the background. So i know if i need to call it says oh. Could you just quickly create a form. The last thing the loft lost much. I looked up yours with your fellow performs so it was brilliant. The i knew that i had that in the background. I could stay in a client asked me to create this. I wasn't then scrambling around googling and everything just to have that information at my fingertips so yes we feel radio. A woman invest and i announced it on the last episode of the podcast. Which staying up for this one. But i'm not a new program so it might be touched your afterward and it's going to launch. Pa show in march next year. So i've got to watch to create some of these created It's a new kind of pop slightly different focused. But it's a half all of the help in it plus a heck of a lot more So anybody that is already a member of hogan brought across threats. They weren't lou the outs that they've already paid me wherever they paid me whenever they did. They'll still get the extra stuff as well. I mean i could do it differently. But that's how i feel. It's only fats do it that way. I'm being an exciting but a lot of work to screen to make my life difficult. Hey have come from the outside concerts. Sam's cat any loss things that you'd like say to all via listener. I think just what you want to do. As jay said the will be times when the chips are down and things just aren't go according to plan Just keep going absolutely keep going..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"You have to believe in yourself and you have to work hard but also you have to be flexible in your approach. I think i sat out with a view that i would be a virtual traditional. Pay an eye to anything but a traditional payroll. But if that's what i had wanted to do and i've been rigid and stuck with my business would probably might not have been successful as it is now. So you just have to kind of vivian hall and take your business down different routes and and yeah just just go for it absolutely go for it because do believe there is enough workout laugh every day. Absolutely i've always felt that in the training world. You're in competition with this one and that one unless you know every traina is right for every person and every. Va is going to be right for every time you know. We don't have to put analyses. We're gonna suit people. I'm yeah. I absolutely do agree with you. That his voice. You said find it job. You got anything to add to that this resilience an- anna thick-skinned you have to developers as as a small business owner because there's no doubt about it you are going to get knocked. She welcomed a proposal into a prospect. Am i going to say that's too expensive or not now or it's not what i want all you know and it feels hurtful when somebody says. Actually i don't want to work with you because but not the right match and you're better off an i've done this. I've worked with clients where i've thought you know there's there's this thing that develops that. Go meet me ear guts and every time you get neat neat neatly any gut. You think but don't ignore it because it always ends up really. That's so that's so true. It's just it's follow your intuition yet. Don't ignore and don't take the don't take the refusal to how old you know..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Plus there's been this massive set changes cheaper anyway so it's been a plus and a minus yet. What an down. His business will for me. Because i guess. Is you saying that have adopted. I guess i've been in the position being a. va olien upon. Democ the concert of come to me have been those clients who have needed to adapt on royal line and everything. So yes yes. I think is crossed. Everything keeps moving on as it is. It's really interesting. I mean i might. I used to have a face. It company when i was in the way we just sold in two thousand seventy and when all all in online with still delivering face to face. A few clients rely less the k. Closer twenty ninety so not sold in january twenty nine thousand. Nine thousand seventeen is in in. My brain was talking about a lot yet. Say somebody apply in my brace. That's twenty nine hundred installed in january immigration Joba we go history surrounding october. Nineteen march twenty twenty lockdown because my business online anyway and that was my focus light. You kept it. Hasn't really made a material difference to me except that clients whole pro companies that would not have considered a life vertu training beforehand. they would have insisted. It was in the chew which i couldn't have done from a so now. I'm able to deliver any profess face. Trainee unused to deliver in the case kubrick's via the web which i've watched visit So it's you know Lots of Training communities we've talked about this before johann way in the training community saw. Everybody had full diaries because everybody didn't fake vague. I'm in the community in You know like from monday. To tuesday that diaries entities and we're looking at the next six months or however long it was going to be when no money coming in old. They've all had to was already but they've all had to adapt. Might you've had to that..

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"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Development but i suddenly realize what i love doing is the pace ida. Thanks the support side of things working sort of like behind people just supporting them helping them get to where they want to get to and so i really wanted to go back into the a world at the time. I was living on my own just with my dog. So i needed to part time work just so i could look at her and everything and and it was just impossible to find part time work and then someone who i worked with. So why didn't you look at the virtual. pa thing. And i was like the the what i'd never heard of it. So went home googled. It found this amazing world of virtual assistant found the. Va conference that was. I think it was. The lost on the was actually impersonal and went to that discovered. Amanda did her cost. Lots of as and i'm back really. It's just been an amazing and incredible eighteen months from now. That's amazing to me. Because i thought you'd be much longer than that i to my really dead. So you doing a brilliant job because you seem to have been around forever in in in my recollection anyway. So that's what's what's interesting for me is to hear about people who've started businesses right at the beginning of the pandemic will during the pandemic and that's really interesting. I wonder what your experience has been a somebody who has sort of started a business just as the world lock towns sort of thing. That must have been quite daunting. It was an as. I said it wasn't my intention at all. I was on three months notice. And my last employed role two hundred esiason christmas time. When we blissfully unaware of what's about a hit the world and And then when. I left y job in it was the start of march. I had a fortnight's holiday came back and literally within a week. We were in lockdown. And i did think what have i done. This is just a disaster. But actually as i said it just it stood me in good step because of a just need to knuckle down..

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"pip" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Ringer FC

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"pip" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Them guitar they would do a result by this is not huge surprisingly lost two out of s nacho to me the probably composite everything from not letting point of view was registered to pull. It was berlin again. Yes it's been a great signing. He's looking like rail against villarreal. So yes so. Ground to not too much ground lost and still in three just three points behind rally talk. You wanna talk about ansi fatty tony. Course i do the return of the boy king because everything about this was beautiful so so great. I didn't catch this game life. And when i saw the ansi fatty had scored i did. I didn't go into the highlights. I went straight to christine's line because often the joy not tunnel be so pure so just went to donna. Christine's timeline on twitter. Just read her lot off new tweets about ansi fatty and it was so pure gold. Not only come on. He came up with ten minutes to go boston. Toodle advocates levante big because of anti troublemakers bounced. They've been they've been very naughty for very long time. It comes the boss game. They had a big mcconnell race. Last season is fifty. No means assured boss land came out extremely confident kleberson real style and it comes with ten minutes to go and doesn't school like atop i didn't go i didn't go until super highlights and it i it was a beautiful goal sends the defend a wondering towards the corner probably still wondering there cuts inside crushes it in the corner and then runs off and the celebration is celebrating has raised onto the I think araujo racism up and then the players carry him hold him up and then he goes and celebrates with the doctor. Ana celebrates one. The doctors help to get back and he was out for like almost exact the three hundred twenty two days or something. Who's out injury. Oh yeah and he's back with wearing the number ten and it was. It was just a really beautiful moment. And the fact that the fact the pasta. And i said this in the charleston they have ansi fatty and petrie in the same eleven. General is a different kind of thing and obviously the the situation is vastly different. But it's very similar to the sokaia. Smith wrote arsenal. Yes you know academy graduates inside. It gives you a lot of goodwill of chelsea. What rudy could have done this season or even last season's malta was klay people out before everyone knew that they needed to clear out. Yes yes yes that's right that's right and there was in. There would have been enough. I think messi. Pk bruce katz diong and teigen as kind of like the spine with a load of academy graduates of.

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Dutch GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Dutch GP Qualifying Report

"Stop taking pole position at the dutch grand prix it to the absolute delight of the sea of oranges the grandstands the red bull driver was until form throughout the day showing absolutely blistering pace and he did not let up. When it came to qualifying he will start alongside title rival hamilton. He came close just under four hundreds of max but he couldn't quite take that pole position. Teammate voucher brought us will be starting p. Three tomorrow ahead of goslett who was on fantastic form once again and secured a p four start. Charlotte cloud will lead an ferrari. Thaad right after pipping teammate. By just one hundredth of a second a strong performance from ferrari especially from the team humanity repack hall assigns call after a big shunt in f. p. Three antonucci of nazi was a standout performer of qualifying securing a piece. Seven any six hundred behind la. Mp five after solid showing from the affirmation driver throughout today's session. Meanwhile there was no can be rocketing on track today. Often news break this morning that he tested positive for cave in nineteen as a result wrote cubit place winding up p eighteen equally. The app came in p. a. m. p. nine with daniel ricardo rounding out the top ten on while the was several standup performances. Today that will also some shocks notably the elimination of sergio perez and sebastian vessel in q. One traffic caused issues for both drivers with such a missing the kochav seven hundreds behind sonoda on winding up sixteen. Sebastian vessel found himself stuck behind the house. 'cause of nikki to massive pain and makes you mce forcing best to abort his flying lap. The hospital was summoned to the stuarts. But knife i've action was taken off the stewards deemed. It was not unnecessary. Impeding with vessel reportedly also explaining to the students that were just too many calls in one place. We had to red flags in the session. Both as a result of incidents involving the williams drivers fastly in q. To george russell suffered from snack of either. Stay on the entry into the final corner ending up in the barrios. The red flag was bored out but he was able to get the car back to the pits but with sadly unable to rejoin the session. So ended up eleven.

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Fishing on Anonymous Poker Sites

Smart Poker Study Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Fishing on Anonymous Poker Sites

"I'm a huge fan of processes and systems right. I mean in these podcasts. I often give you three steps. Five seven steps. These are the things you need to do blah blah blah. All the jazz right well. When it comes to going fishing on anonymous poker site sites. I have a three step process. Step one is fine. The fish step to isolate the fish. Step three exploit the fish. I'm going to dive into each of those right now. For you step one was to find the fish and for those of you might not know let me give you a definition for the word fish or for the player type fish right. This is a weak level. One player that means they mostly only think about their cards in the board. They're often recreational and they play just way too many hands. In general most of the time fish are passive. But some fish are hyper aggressive and we might call those maniacs or dunks now what are the pre flop actions that indicate a fish now. These are prevalent on anonymous sites. But they're actually across. The board tournaments sitting goes live poker anonymous sites No limit limit poker. They're everywhere right. Listen to these right here. This whole of these will indicate a fish. And if you listen to this podcast. Everything i'm about to tell you is often what i tell you not to do. Right in these various strategy podcasts. So the first one the thing that indicates a fish is any limping at all. The next one is calling to frequently. If you look at a player and you say to yourself oh this guy is always calling. Yeah he's a fish right. Maybe you see these players doing a lot of over calling. That means they call after someone else calls or over limping. Someone else limps. I in vail limp two players limp there the third lemper another pre flop action that indicates a fish is raising and then calling every three bet so basically they just can't find a fold after putting chips in the pot. Another fishy play defending the blinds with any two cards or because it suited or they just can't even fold the jack seven off suit because they put in the big blind already. They're not gonna let you take it from them. Lastly if you're on an online site and you have access to a hud v pip might be greater than twenty five percent. You'll also see a huge gap between v. pippen pfr and those maniacs. Those dunks hyper aggressive fish. They're gonna have a pfr of greater than twenty five percent. Now let me ask you a question. What are the post flop indications of a fish. I have my ideas and let me give. There's four of them for you right now. Number one is that they're calling station. They just overpay with any pair and any draw number two. They fold way too easily on the flop. Turn and that's awesome right because they're just super honest on one of those streets and because they play too many hands remember that veep pip is greater than twenty five percent and they defend away too often they defend it's on pre flop and so they they help you build a nice pot but they give up on the flop return super easily. Yeah that's a player to target one hundred percent right. You're printing money when you see flops against them.

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The PGA Player Impact Program Needs Boo Weekley and a Donkey

Fore The People

01:27 min | 1 year ago

The PGA Player Impact Program Needs Boo Weekley and a Donkey

"You know what that PIP is? Boo, you want to make a shitload of money, have you heard of this PIP from the PGA Tour? Have you heard of it? Have you heard of this boo? Or no. $40 million, 40 million, not 1040 $1 million. They're rewarding the top ten. No, it's no, it's not. He can, you know, he can he can leak a sex tape or something. Because sex tape and you're probably so 40,000 40,000 no, 40 million. Jesus. 40 million. How many beers have I had? Well, here they are. Look at this graveyard over here. How many beers? There you go. 7 days. 15 years. So the top ten guy is a top ten. I don't know what it is. It doesn't matter. 'cause I'm on the side. Splitting $40 million for social media like impressions, which means how many people like a watch. So I'm telling you, if you just strapped a camera to your hard hat from Home Depot that you talked about, got boo. You'd be freaking you'd be making 18 million of that. My thing is I'm more promptly personal. Hey. If I want to ride the donkey though, you might want to ride the dogs down the fairway. You know how many people wondering why you ride the donkey? I mean, God dang, that's a hell of a that was back when I could ride it down. You can't ride the dog anymore. Oh yeah, I can see a

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"pip" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Affair. How did how did you know about that. Okay well she actually does have a perfume as court flynn And i'm wearing it right now. Just to get me papa sprin- and when i was there i lived in a flat. 'cause i went over to paris to do quite a lot of races which is pretty important for my writing process so spent time living in her flash and pretty much everything i described as a real flash and including the stays in the dole cards and everything that i that really struck me while i was founded twain the book and traveled my way to work. I figured out what building. I thought she should work in. And everything's very real man. I find that really helps my prices in terms of thinking about things that could happen because i didn't have to stick a dole somewhere. I know there's adult. I know someone could walk through that door in so the me it makes it very real and visceral which i think translates well to the to the page. Which is why. I always try to base. Might books in places that i have in my bones like i've actually lived there for a period of time as opposed to places of being for a week. Yeah i find that the me. It helps me create a more realistic picture of that place. So for example paris i. It's not even this one. Three month period spent three or four months. There are a couple of times lost I'd say ten years and wasting in the same area. So when i was writing about it the version that you got of paris was not necessarily the postcard perfect version. You got the things you pick up when you've been there for a while you when you start seeing the cracks and that's as beautiful stoped to me you. I think you also try to make it like with scenery. I always tried to kind of make fit with the character and the characters way of viewing the world so for example hoppers quite cynical to have her view. Paris's israeli wondrous miracle would not fish if she was a different character super optimistic and upbeat. She could have seen it that way. But you have to make it fit with the character. Yes yes how is that process going to be affected by the pandemic that we're currently seeing in the world. Who has your latest work or that. You might want to be working on. Bain stymied by not being able to go some way to researchers yom not thrilled had quite favorite but like i get the bigger problems in the wod level of not loving it but is it really is quite crippling however that said i am basing my next one in new york and i have lived a meal so i do have a starting point is just that it's not very recent and so obviously the orchestra nal need to be there in order to get that information sam spending a lot of time in each even instagram and asking questions of my friends who still live there and i'm really really hoping that they allow us to get vaccinated and go and do some kind of business trip so that i can just gather the information i need to because yeah i have a deadline i can imagine and i saw some way that you regard london almost just your second time so you probably spend a lot of time. They attorney yes. I have spent a lotta time that and i think it's really interesting as well because you can read lots of different versions of cities in books and what that really says to me. Is everyone experiences city slightly differently like it depends where you living who you're hanging out with. My of london will be different to somebody else's experience of london. My experience of new york will be so different to somebody else's and that's always really wild to me. They say many different stories going on constantly like right next to each of the. Yes yes. that's right but moving away from the specific books tuning to your wider career. Because you've had a fascinating career. You've had a varied career as a musician and actor and a singer working and indie films. New york you've written songs and recorded four albums. I'm so impressed. Tell us about those early years Let me think what do you want to what. What sort of music did you like to some like. Like pop sir. Iras i was right at the tail. End ceo blake. Cd's going out. So i could still sell. Cd's assurers which was wonderful. I mean like there was there was streaming. I had my stuff streaming as well but people still sees right. So that was good and i used to just play little cafes and at festivals and that was kind of my dream back then and i think it's very interesting how yo dreams shift and change like a bit like when i was acting my dreams were always around doing little. Kind of indie guerilla films. There i don't know why. I never had great aspirations with those two things. I just didn't. It was more the experience of creating the off that i was fascinated i n. It's still like that with with books. But i think you get to a point where you actually realize that you're going to need a career and you need to make this happen. And that's what happened with books. So how did that transition occur. And how similar is writing a book writing songs very different with a song. You well let me think. How can i explain this with a song. You have essentially three versus a chorus and a bridge. And you've got to look to put across. It's not that it's not that biggest story you don't have a ton of side what's going on. You didn't have a lot of black robotics going on. You're relying upon the melody and to kind of political together and you can put a ton of aphorisms which i didn't even know what aphorism was until i started being noblest was told by an early agent that i submitted to that they were too many in my work because i've spent too much time writing courses. I hope i'm actually saying right. I think is is basically a little saying you know. And that's you know you have those fifty momentum and those little sayings install. It took a while for me to kind of work. That out of my writing. But i feel like both of the creative aspects to me have definitely helped like being able to get into someone's head in order to play them is a hugely valuable asset when it comes to writing a novel because you can really get to the core of why something is so high stakes for character. So it's not just what they're doing. You can really understand why even though it might look like not a big deal to someone on the outside this dual diet like for hoffa she to someone else like her. She just doesn't like commitment. But i can really get in their head and understand. Nigel her love is a very dangerous thing and it can kill her. You know like it's a big deal for her right. And if i hadn't spent that time acting maybe i couldn't get to that. I don't know maybe occurred. United and the same full writing songs i feel like all of it works in because there is a rhythm to sentence when you're writing it so replay it'll helps him in. He's it made me who i am. So yeah and so when you decided that you were going to write books. How did they have that come about. And why did you decide it. Would the psychological thriller genre. Were you always susan nets. Were.

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"pip" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Seem to. Jane really live in a world where trust in others. This constantly challenged would that be fair. Comment she probably would be quite fan. But that is part of the psychological thriller genre. So it's necessary. That's part of what makes a psychological thriller a psychological thriller. I will say that. I think that makes people have something that they're hiding. Probably not quite as sinister as the things might books. But it's quite interesting because what people hide from others says a lot about them not even always bad things they hide from. Sometimes they hide good things from others. And i find that very interesting part of human nature you food book the sunday girl and i want to draw into the podcast because people could well be interested in the end. They plotlines of these other books as well also bs seller introduces taylor. A woman left broken by quotes. The the blurbs sees a bad bad man and she decides to seek revenge. I guess partly it's justifiable win a really bad man do you say. It's this has risen. It's for a lot of women today. I'm not as this quite a bit of revenge Literature around at the moment. Do you think a lot of readers out there. Do feel as if they've been done wrong. Probably because i probably have. I mean we live in a while. That doesn't Really protect women and children the way that it should and the bad man in the sunday all is actually. She's coming out of a very abusive relationship and he has uploaded a sex tape of her to the internet. So it's not your average. He hurt my feelings. I'm going to go. Ben is house down such He truly is quite awful and she snaps. So it's kind of working around the premise. Of how can you push someone. He was essentially good when they got into the relationship because really good people get into abusive relationships. Minutes Methodical that by the time they're deep mistake of it. They can't really figure out how to get up. It probably does resonate with women and that makes me sad. Because i would love it if it didn't. I'd love it if we lived in a world where women went under those kind of where we rent controlled that way all home that way or we didn't snap. We didn't get to the point where we want to prevent. It would be great. Yeah yet look. I look up. The definition of psychological thriller because i was trying to think what set them apart. What i discovered was that they say that the psychological thriller rather than being based on simply action and and a tightly woven storyline. Although you've got that very differently but they're centered around the characters. The thoughts their emotions and their behavior. And it's not what the characters are doing that so disturbing. It's the reasons for doing sorry. Do you think about that in a very conscious. Way when you're writing the books somewhat. However i would add to that definition and because when i really think about the difference between them i'd say that and this is just my personal version of it i would say that a thrilla usually centers around someone in law enforcement all some kind of authority role. That's investigating a killa all someone who's doing very bad things like a serial killer and so there on the trail and then they think one piston that there's another person and it follows that and these usually a dead body very early on in the Where like usually on the first page will the first ten pages right whereas a psychological thriller. The dead body can come quite late in the pace because you are setting up usually unless is like like i said this is just my personal reading. You're setting up real people. And when i say real i mean. They're not in a position. Awful therapy that just regular people living their lives and you setting them up to have this quiet. Three hillary experience and the things that they have been disposal are often not as not as easy to help them as if they were a police officer so that have databases that they fingertips if petition media. Which is why. I use social media so extensively in my books. They've got their wits in taylor's case she had the odd of wool. That's kind of how i define the difference. Between when i say i write a psychological thriller. I do have tightly stories and like you said but it's just an it comes at it from a different angle. Yep yep and they generally don't have weapons they haven't got a host of that they can draw on either do they. Now and if they do have weapons than they tend to be different types of weapon. The women in my bugs tend to find ways to use things as weapons. Because that's what you do if you're being attacked. He grabbed the something. Yeah yeah that's right and you'll protagonists. I found it fascinating. Really when i was thinking about it. They all have gender neutral names. Which i must say i really like taylor charlie and harper. I presume this was a very definite decision on your part. Why do you like these gender neutral names while for a couple of reasons firstly. I just like them and then if i'm with the character for a good year i want to really love the name and loved the character in her way and i name them the way people name their kids which they give them names that they love ride all means him to but also all the characters in my books or the female characters the very feminine however they stepping outside the lines of what we're told women have to do so in their own ways. They're all kind of giving the middle finger to the patriarchy. And so i try to give them names that have some level of edge to them and gender neutral. Names tend to be those names for me. Yep yep exactly that leads us on quite actually to that feeling band aligned feeling that they have the most amazingly open worlds before them with a number of choices and yet they still find it difficult to find happiness and i wondered if you thought this does reflect our female population at the stage in our history. Where the the millennials and the ones coming up behind them as still finding a quite odd to realize themselves as set aside human beings in some ways. Yes i jason. Having too much choice can may speak crippling. I have found that myself. But i also think given i also think that human nature at its coal is always going to be a bit unhappy. We're always game to be looking for other things. There are so many books written about how to be happy. Not just women mandatory So i do think it's human nature to struggle to hold onto happiness on a day-to-day basis whereas meaning is a little bit more or you can hang your hat on. Meaning you know that will stick around but happiness. Bit more fleeting. however. I think if you're going to compare the two if you're gonna say a case either you get to be in one thousand nine hundred fifties housewives and you're stuck in your house and you have to down a ton of volume queles. Whatever they were gold die of boredom. Ol- you have to have current problems and too much choice. I'm definitely choosing the second one. I'm with you on that on strike. Yes nar look. I understand you do a lot of research on your characters and i was fascinated to see somewhere that amongst that researches things like experiencing what they might experience even to the exchange of wearing their perfume. And i wondered if you could tell us about researching my parents.

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"pip" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Drysdale has three selling psychological thrillers to create it and who latest the paris fear features harper and online journalist who goes to the city of love to get over a broken heart and finds himself on the trial of a murderer and the scoop of a lifetime and as the paris affairs taglines suggests she goes to paris. Thinking that love can kill you. It turns out she might be right. Welcome to the joys of binge reading the show for anyone who ever got to the end of a great book and wanted to read the knicks installment. Reinterviewed accessible series authors and recommend the beast and mystery suspense historical and romance series. So you'll never be without a book you can put down. You'll find this episode. Show notes a free e book and lots more information at the joys of binge reading dot com. And now here's our show. Hi there on your host jeannie. Huila and on reading today talks about the patients. She shares with harbor for murder podcasts. The deep navel research she does for the egypt willows including wearing the same perfume characters and to early career as an actor musician and songwriter. But before we get to up just a reminder bench. Reading is now on petrie on for as little as a cup of coffee amount. You can't support the show and get exclusive bonus content about books you want want to put down and the authors who write them check out binge reading on petrie on on our website the joys of binge reading dot com. That's also you'll find links to put spokes and online media. But now he is perp. Hello the papin. Welcome to the show. It's so good to have you with us. Hey thanks so much for having me. Look the paris if it is your third psychological rolla the true previous books of both been bestsellers in this one. You're taken us. Tapa goes off to paris to put a broken love affair behind her. She's going to start a new life as an arts journalist but she very quickly finds herself soft on the trial of a murderer and the scoop of a lifetime. Tennis how you came to start writing this particular story. I really wanted to write a book about a woman who didn't believe in love and didn't want love but moved to the city of love and i really wanted to incorporate the true crime podcast into it because i feel like so many of us listen to those and there are deep reasons for that and i really wanted to sharia side of paris. That wasn't necessarily always shown in film and tv. So i take a very postcard-perfect pot of paris sentimental to play and then i sort of flip it on its head. We want to talk about the book without giving away any spoilers and there are so many great plot twists that we don't want to go any of it for anybody so let's start by examining happy state of mind at the. She's is hilarious opening scene way. She's exciting who superpower of getting rid of a man and three minutes. Tell us how she's perfect. That particular superpower well Has lent padre that. It's not always the best. Move to breezy guys eager and so she has found a way to get rid of them by making them think that it's their idea. So she act stupid zingy than that. It want to see her anymore and she gets she wants which is never to see them again but they think that it was their idea so that i get angry. Yes she kind of gets what she wants because she hasn't decided on her head that she doesn't want a relationship but there is a week pang this little struggle going on inside. Who when she doesn't as well as their of course because she's not like a psychopath. She doesn't want to harm anyone she she's quite frightened of love. Like i think deep down hopper is terrified of lab and what it could do to her mainly because mother has gone through a string of relationships as she was growing up and she's seen the mother full pop the whole time and she's always being the one they're picking up the pieces and poppy. She's just come out of an eight year relationship with someone who totally used her and that broke her down so to her lobbies buried terrifying prospect. So she's just doing everything she can to keep yourself safe really. Yeah yeah. So she's doing coke from and art journalism but she has this hankering to get into the higher museum which is why she's drawn to try and solve this murder. But when you're talking about the obscene and paris it's very convincing and an intriguing. You sound very knowledgeable about art and it occurs to me as i read in the book that you had a personal interest in this area as well. Yeah i definitely do. I have wondered through many many galleries in different cities and learnt about lots of artists. And i also on studied quite a load of fine art history university so i did have a grounding in it but when i was riding hop i was really keen to keep her knowledge. Her interests quite mainstream in Of odd because i wanted the reader to be able to visualize what work i was talking about. I wanted them to potentially already know the works. I didn't want to pick these really obscure out of the way works that nobody would be able to latch onto because it's not really about auch. Yeah yeah that brings us to the next obvious question. Probably won authors. Generally aren't really lack took to how much a view is they're unhappy and i mentioned because you've already referred to your patient to the passion. That harper has for murder podcasts. And it's very obvious as soon as you go on your website this occasion you share as well. You're mad about mood podcasts. Now tell us about that nation. I'm fascinated by a podcast because they help me keep safe. I know that sounds backward because it sounds like people. Would they really care about true crime if they wanna see what happens to other people but a lot at the time you pick up tips and tricks in about what not to do what people might do to lure you into a bad situation. All what kind of red flags you can look for and i think on a deep level. That's why i'm so interested in it. Because i watch a lot of true crime documentaries as well and actually. It's quite interesting. Because i was on instagram the other day and i still this past about a little girl over in the state three watching csi new leave like she was playing with this blue slime you to leave some on the guy who attacked as she was leaving evidence and i thought you see. That's kind of thing that we pick up from these shows and from putt costs. So yeah i think. I don't listen to them because i probably won't be aware of the potential dangers out there. But i'll get a tune into one of those scary people who always jumping at corners but yeah it's two different ways of looking at it doesn't it on rotationally. It depends also what kind of situations urine you know if you're living in a pretty safe little suburban area which i am right now. You don't feel the same. Need to be listening to them. But whenever i'm living in big cities there you kind of a little bit more. A little more hyper aware of your surroundings. Because you feel like you're in danger it's easier for people to be anonymous and go unnoticed. And that's why it works my books but it's bit nerve wracking the book before this one thing. Is we talking about safety and trust a bit. Strangest we know was as we've mentioned another seller it's being made for tv. I believe at present time and deals with a wide. I think she's got a perfect marriage until she finds a dating app on her husband's fine and this raises a whole lot of questions and doubts in her life. Your character.

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The Last Straw With Paul Burns

The Bible Says What!?

02:18 min | 1 year ago

The Last Straw With Paul Burns

"Today. Special guest is paul burns. Part to welcome back. Paul so glad to see him in about two of the trilogy all know. Maybe maybe we'll just have you come on wilson month twice a month. I don't know you're a lot of fun. Poll i do enjoy my conversations with you co so. Where did we leave off. Well actually i know where we left off. Where would you like to go this time. What specifically would you like to talk about. All what i think. Start with why. Why become artist becoming eighties. You get a little bit of a home in the background. There is their gear. Pips allen i i've got your mind on my what what if i try try. This strategy now like cope. There is much better coat. Also it's a whole new world. Thanks i appreciate that. So what was the question again. Sorry go ahead supplies. suppose why. why become white. Why become an atheist. Why become an eight pitch law on looking for us some good evidence or some sort of good profile some some good arguments or reasons to become an atheist. And that's exactly paul. I am still waiting for good evidence. Good anything that will convince argument. That will convince me that. Christianity is true that buddhism is that that that hinduism is true. That islam is true. I'm still waiting for a good argument. Something that convinces me. So i guess rate turns it right back around. Is what convinced you paul. Was it something that i can be convinced with to help me own understand. You know what. I'm i'm just waiting for For good evidence to become an atheist. Because i just don't have enough faith but unite the

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One Stat at a Time

Daily Poker Tips

01:04 min | 1 year ago

One Stat at a Time

"One stat. at time. The hood is just a jumble of numbers at first to get beyond this. I recommend you focus on one step at a time. During your play. Sessions trying to simultaneously interpret and use pip three bet flop seabed. Check raise and dog bit when you're just starting out is overwhelming and frustrating. I recommend if you haven't done so already start by learning pre flop stats. These are foundational stats. That must be understood and utilized before post flop stats the reason is because all stanford contextual when you might look at a flop seabed of ninety ninety percent and whoa what a buffer but in order for anyone to have the opportunity to see the flop she had to be the pre flop razor if nitty. Nancy only raises six percent of the time with nines or better as better and king queen suited then d ninety percent. Flops is not to bluffing. She simply see betting with her. Strong prefab range which hits lots of over pairs top pair hands and strong as high hands

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"pip" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"pip" Discussed on Fore Play

"Four players right barstool sports this is. I would say in five years of doing and working at marshall sports the craziest thing that we've ever it is thursday may twenty seventh two thousand and twenty one. It's five am local time and we're recording a podcast so that we can have ourselves a long weekend for one so when this comes out if what we're talking about doesn't make sense go fuck yourselves because we recorded this. I five days ago. We're trying to make the world work and allow j bass and our producers to have a long weekend so that's the situation and hope everybody had a great memorial day weekend frank. He's going to be in a weird place because the islanders they could be in heaven up a couple games that could be getting slaughtered and he's getting roasted by all this co workers. I really don't know what's going to happen but anyways good morning gentlemen. Good morning to you. Yeah so when you're listening to this. The islanders had just beaten the pittsburgh penguins last night. we're coming off the day after brooks bryson on twitter and instagram. And all these things so it's kind of a weird time in the world right now. The golf world is on fire. The hockey world is on fire. I'm preparing to go into battle with dave marina fight oberg rear ads. Brunelli paul whitney. It's just the list goes on and on and on But yeah it's it's early and late. Last night was fun at the cost. The umbrellas was packed. But you know we're here to do a pocket so it's not just about us getting along weekends really the producers. These guys have never had a day. I don't think in the last eight months where they haven't edited video. The entire day ended a podcast. I mean not one day or night off so the fact that they would have had to like not have any plans over this memorial day weekend and stay there and do zoom and do the the the podcast pros and stuff got to get it done. So we're just getting a couple of pretty banged up. You know pretty banged a break. You is celebrating last night and it's just an ungodly hour. Alert looked at me and said that it looked like my back. Just trying to walk basically away. I pretty rigid the webex call for a second. Get a god damn ice water and now we're really freakish time to be. We're just not a morning crew really. I don't think any of us are more people. So i mean i got coffee i i think i feel okay. Obviously frank get along and rigs is up at an hour that i have not seen in probably fifteen years honestly like when was the last time the rest of us were up at five. Am never. I saw like a week ago. We couple times. I see it for travel usually not. I'm not up at five to actually do something. That's the difference. I can find up at five. I can like slog my way through a coffee in an hour or two before. I have to enter the reason that i'm fucking up or even if you're traveling all you have to do just be a zombie and go through security right. Just just drop your pathetic asset air airplane seat and fall asleep for like three hours. I could do that..

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The Bare Bones HUD for Tourneys and Anonymous Sites

Smart Poker Study Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

The Bare Bones HUD for Tourneys and Anonymous Sites

"So the barebones hud has seven elements to it. I'm gonna hit them each one at a time right now but i forgot to mention this earlier before the combat if you go to the show notes page for today smart booker said dot com slash bare bones hud. You can see a youtube video. That i posted there showing exactly how to create the seven element hood for yourself already. So the first element is the note editor now. This is in poker tracker for the no editor is super important because it's necessary for color coating your opponents by player type once you make some kind of read on them also in case you want to put a player note for when you're reviewing hands later on that note editor is important and lastly within the note editor if you've never actually opened up and take a look or taken a look. There is an auto notes feature that list. The hands that your opponent has shown down and how they played them pre flop did they three bit with pocket kings did they call with pocket kings. Whatever might be now. The second element is the player name now of course this is especially useful for tournaments when players. Come and go right as you're playing. You're paying attention to the action or paying attention to another table. Maybe and you might miss that. Bob one-two-three he left the table and is replaced by susan. Seven eight nine but that hud sometimes doesn't catch up for one or two hands so it's a really good idea to see that name. Make sure they correspond when they do. You know those hud stats belong to that player and now you can make some reads based on the base on the percentages to exploit them all right. The third element is the number of hands. Of course the more hands you have on a player just the more reliable. The numbers are in general. I think that reliability kind of begins at eighteen hands. If you're playing six. Max that's three orbits or flooring to orbits right so everybody has seen every position at least twice or three times. You start to develop reads right there. I'm not saying it's one hundred percent reliable. But that's where it begins. Eighteen hands two. Or three rounds. However you can start to understand your opponent after just four hands. Truly if they're v. Pippen forehands is one hundred percent. You're likely against a lose player right likely. Not one hundred percent sure but it's pretty close loose play right. There played for hands out of the four that you've seen them and being dealt if there is zero percent in twelve hands very likely a tight player now. Let's couple this with some other stuff right. If they're veep hip in four hands is one hundred percent. And you're thinking to yourself sky. That's not good enough to know that he's a loose player. Well what if you've been paying attention and you've seen those forehands where he v pipped two times. He called a to bet the two other times he limped and called a raise. Yeah now that you couple the actual actions. They've made with that one. Hundred percent v pip. You are up against super loose and passive fish and it's only been four hands but here's one of the critical things you've got to be willing to change any early. Read that you make. Because as you play more hands their stats are gonna converge to their actual tendencies. And maybe that's around fifty sixty hands or so and anything beyond that one hundred two hundred and you get yet. You're pretty darn certain that those numbers are they're tendencies and you can really start to exploit it then all right. So those first three things were elements not statistical elements but just useful parts of the hud. These next two right here are where the stats start in. These two are the most critical stats to have v. pip and pf are now these an initial read on their player type over time. Like i said everyone's tendencies play out and the numbers converge and you can be pretty confident that that forty slash five player. Yeah super loos fish right the other eighteen slash six team player totally tied aggressive. That's probably what your stats end up in the long run and that other guy thirty three slash twenty-seven yeah super loose aggressive player. Right and that other player even the maniac fifty slash forty two you have super maniacal player now by knowing their player type and just using. Epfr to get you that you can better play the player with your list of general exploits that you know work against each player type

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Automate the Boring Stuff with Python,

Embedded

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Automate the Boring Stuff with Python,

"Today we'll be talking about python. No not the snakes with al swaggart hail. Thanks joining us. Thanks for having me. Could you tell us about yourself as though we met on the first day of pie con at lunch. Yeah hey i'm al. I'm mostly known for writing python books The most well known is automate. The boring stuff with python and by a fifteen second description of that book is. It's sort of a programming book for complete beginners who may or may not want to become software engineers. But they're just office workers who are dealing with excel a lot but they'd like to learn how to program so they could write little scripts to automate all the little boring tasks that they have to do day to day. Excellence so i wanna talk more about finding the books you've written but i wanna do lightning round where we ask you short questions in. We want short answers. Are you ready. Yes favorite python module. I auto gooey which is also my own module but the more i've worked on it the more i've come to really love it. What python module doesn't exist that you wish did something that can vary intelligently scan for people's resumes and then converted to a standardized electronic format virtual cova dock to the virtual con can't con- to after virtual and no one can virtual end kanda docker or other and to use virtual end. Especially with the pip. M module i think pip m was finally the the module that made virtual environments easy enough for me to actually use day to day shade python. Be the first programming language that someone learns

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"Midnight Train to Georgia' songwriter Jim Weatherly dies

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

"Midnight Train to Georgia' songwriter Jim Weatherly dies

"Is dead. Jim Weatherly was 77 years old, his friend, music publisher Charlie Monk tells the Tennessee and Wetherly died in his national area home Wednesday of natural causes. Weatherly released five studio albums during his career but was best known for his collaboration with Gladys Knight and the Pips. Midnight Train to Georgia was originally written as a country song. Its title before it was changed was midnight plane to Houston. WGN Sports Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you. Lauren

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Jim Weatherly, Gladys Knight's 'Midnight Train to Georgia' songwriter, dead at 77

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Jim Weatherly, Gladys Knight's 'Midnight Train to Georgia' songwriter, dead at 77

"Man who penned some of the seventies greatest hits has died. Jim weatherly the pop country singer songwriter. Who wrote some gladys knight and the pips biggest headset died night train to georgia and best thing that ever happened. Were among the songs that weatherly penned. He died at his home. At the age of seventy seven georgia was actually written in los angeles about his friends. Lee majors and verify. It was called midnight plane to houston. It was changed to georgia in nineteen seventy-three by cissy houston and that same year gladys knight covered. It brought it to number one in october whether leaves biggest solo hit was. I'll still love you. Released in nineteen seventy

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"pip" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"pip" Discussed on WSB-AM

"English names. Wey go! Toodle pet. Everyone loves Toodle pip. Toodle pit. Yes, they do. English neck. How are you? I'm good. I even get listeners. Now who would find me on the instagram or Facebook? And send me a message message with just that. Toodle pip. Listen, I am making everybody famous Can everybody can everybody please Pat me on the back now English, Nick had his level of fame. And if you think he's famous in in the Atlanta area, but we should go to England. This guy every time he lands at Heathrow. It's It's like the whole Beatle thing. I guess now. Yeah. Come to Goa. So find monsieur on American Wireless. Welcome here. He's going out to play now. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. The Beatles are still my Touchstone for the kids. It's like BTS has landed. Okay, Got it. Well, there hasn't really been much much like the Beatles since maybe the stones when they land like it. You don't see a lot of the Yes. I don't even know what BTS is. I thought it was like when the restaurant Yeah, I thought it was like when your bowels aren't working and robbed or something, but it is a serial killer. It's bloody turn steak. That's what it stands for. Bto. Yeah, that's that. B T K. Oh, you know what? Asahina ce? That guy did some heinous, horrible things, But nothing That annoys me is he's called the B T K killer. It's a grammar thing. The cat stands for Ono Bind, torture kill killer. Yeah, but spying, torture killer. Come on. It should be okay. We did all three to be the company killer Order of operations. You know what you know, He does not deserve a by the way. English, Nick. I want to start a new thing whenever you give a headline. In toodle Pip. Before you start speaking. We're talking about it. We get one of these. All right. So that's what's what you know The next story from Toodle Pip has happened. Toodle Pip! By the way, we started off for years. We had English, Nick, join us. For something called Outrage corner. And then somewhere along the line, 90% of the news became outraged. And it seems redundant. Ridiculous balance. The balance tipped the other way. Like everybody was outraged. So we need toodle Pip are stories but not really good. They're just stories that I promised that they're not going to. You're not gonna walk away pissed off Toodle pip. That's all that I could say to you. You will not be pissed after it's over. And this top story in Toodle Pip. We've been doing this for last few days. I'm in the last few appearances that you've been on and we get. We get news out of England because I like to get your point of view on it, And I'm fascinated with this, Meghan Markle. And her wife. I mean some Meghan Markle. That's such old school, you know, and I should be cancelled. I'm calling. I'm calling right now. This Where's that? Where's that d bag alarm? We need that one. Call the police. Do you have another deep? Eric? I think they went back in 2017. Let's play this thing..

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Fostering A Culture In Talon - With Sean Zhang - CEO & Cofounder at Talon Esports

BIG Esports Podcast

06:25 min | 2 years ago

Fostering A Culture In Talon - With Sean Zhang - CEO & Cofounder at Talon Esports

"Really true. So what other question then see said that you're operating seven different teams is that will under the banner or multiple different brands. It's all under the talent umbrella. The only one that's slightly finished the PSG talent league of legends team in Taiwan but they're all under the talent umbrella we have. The same consistent approach when it comes to remain performance management approaching. The second half of this year has actually been incredible. The games that we're in we're close to being I or delivering championships super excited by. But yeah, it's all under the talent umbrella consistent sort of performance management. and. That's why we've been able to have good results across all titles verses like. Other teams might sponsor teams where they basically have existing teams and just whack the logos onto it but we're not believe is that because we feel like you know the culture that you drive the value that you drive and the ideas around the philosophy. I think us to be controlled by us because that's the value that we provide. Right. So for example, we have the play come in I. Want Him to be able to think all the team I want him to be able to take feedback I want him to be somewhat humble and I want him to have the good work ethic because if you don't have those things as know as well like you know doing a lot of sport, Jiu Jitsu and weightlifting if you don't have those basic things in sport and the same in East sports. Impossible to be successful, and so for us, it's like we want to control that and also having we've made the mistake before just sponsoring teams then just like we can't control likes. How often their training? What time they waking up other following systems because often they're not and then you get really mixed results since we found that doing it ourselves, controlling it ourselves without coaches are sort of systems that we have in place to control things. Is actually a lot better because it reads a lot more consistency just one of the main thing. Interesting yeah I mean it you know it's obviously worked for guys pretty well in illegal agents and I guess like. I think it's good study for anyone to look at like the golden five and six one point six with like Mayo and Cuban and lauded and pags era. You know these guys will except for Pasha. Those guys were together for the best part of Ten Years Hall Unin Pasture I think for maybe six or through everything through when there with A. Box when was vote as pro with whatever I say came from says one point six into sky and to retain like that you could say that a Lotta this strategy because they're attained wasted a lot when I was a semi pro player, their strategy was to make it a three v three situation always win because I been together for so long they synergy was so great. So in the clutches in the trays fully foles they in advantage when it comes to the situation, they are pips boot machine because otherwise like. It with my team Sammy pertain that I had in Australia without reaching those hots we always had trouble getting a fifth plan for exactly the same reason you talking about we had full people who are very on the same wavelength we were all massive nodes is in we used to study the game like mad more. So than anyone else in that Thomas especially and we very tight knit but we always had trouble finding that fifth and when we finally found that right fee who had skill to were able to qualify for a life whatever that we played, but it's interesting to say you're saying that you know it's the. It's definitely not the way that most teams attacking it. If if at all, they'll build it around one stop Playa saw an article come out from Tame sacred say saying if you were to do it again, would you do it the same way? He said Yep the way that I did it in the why do it again was? One of the best players in the world or the best poppy, and then it'd be able to tame around him and that's what we saying value right now you know they'll pick up. Ace Blitz Organization will announce the new roster, which is actually is one. Inside they're going to build around that I. Did. You know anyone else in the market doing what you guys are doing in that respect. In our region. I know I know like, for example, like the the Korean teams have very much orientated towards like. They find their own talent. In, talent out I think there's a good academy system. They're both fully legends and overwatch. I think within like Hong Kong Taiwan. In some but I think honestly, this sort of our our speed, let's say we take an example right? We got into that game November of last year. We got a first championship in the first six months we won the MSS which like a an event between Vietnam. We lost the final this time, which was a little bit disappointed qualified for well. If I, compared to some of the other teams should talk them a little bit but like. They've been around for like five seven years and never got a championship within the LMS or within the region, which is l. combined to become the yes and so i WanNa say think that what we're doing in. Like. It makes a difference because it shows that we're able to speed up very quickly and we were able to basically bring together a bunch of guys like the guys that we have with illegal. Of course, they gripe plays individually. Bebel meshed together into something that. They've been at previous teams like our juggler. Midland is we're at previous teams in the lms that never won championships, but they came here and they won championships and even overwatch team yesterday Korean contenders. Top of Group A we went through trials we came from Pacific where no nineteen bunch of players that people thought these guys will as bins and they played a big success. But came to us, and then we've been put our approach to coaching into it. Now, they like really would play collectively as an individual. So I think like for us one of the biggest things I think which is on his all the coaches that we hire like we get guys like want to die basically full the team and work incredibly hard. Also WanNa be like fathers. Because in the end, it's like if you look at it top coach, it makes everything difference and if we have the same philosophy around. Work work ethic ability to take feedback being humble. All those things just add up and I think. A lot of emphasis on that I think we've put a lot more emphasis than any other team at least within our. Region saying, Korea, a lot of teams are doing a really good job when it comes to Kademi building talent. Yeah I feel like. Just sponsoring the team. It's just like kids. Yeah. It's hot. You know this too much room for lock and in our business it's like we want to be able to deliver championship because right now at this stage when all the biggest sports team in the world where like to small to medium size one, one of the best. Methodologies is to deliver championship. Boca, seeing a lot more on that

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Apple Announces Watch Series 6

The Vergecast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Apple Announces Watch Series 6

"So there was an apple event. Will save some of the the mechanics of the apple in for a little bit later 'cause I was fourteen fourteen it's all wrapped up into that but top line had an event you heard from us last week they managed expectations around this event very carefully well carefully after the fact. The very carefully managed their post event announcement expectations. So there's going to be an IPAD and there's going to be watch in indeed there were some ipads and there are some watches the NFC apple, one service bundle they said, all the is are coming tomorrow developers freaked out. We'll talk about those and they said there's a new fourteen in the in the IPAD air. So let's start. With the watch. That's why I wanted to call on to begin with Ab. Watched your sixty or you have one I do tell us about it. Tell us tell us about your blood so I have the product red one and it is very pretty red is very I don't know rich and complex like a like a fine merlot a good. It's a good looking read and if you didn't Give me the red one and you asked me to tell between this and the series five. I would fail just straight up The screen is brighter and it's especially brighter two point five times brighter in the always on standby mode, and that's the only discernible difference unless you look specifically at the back to look at the sensors or you know specifically that the alternator is always on So, it's you on the L. Tim Eter blood, oxygen sensor, the slightly brighter screen, and there might be one other small difference that I'm forgetting though the new chip inside it's faster. What does it mean for an apple watching faster? Is like an a a very open question. So it was ironic about that is it's the only question whether it applies to android where where West watches. They all need to be faster But yeah, it's fine. So the really the the news here is the the blood oxygen sensor. It's like the big new thing everything else are like nice pip your year updates, but the blood oxygen sensor is really like the big deal here. So Nicole, you've done a little research into its potential at. I your headline was kind of like an important statement of fact, apple is marketing. It is a wellness device not as a medical device. They didn't say I thought this was really interesting way of kind of threading the needle like you might have heard about blood oxygen during all this stuff and then like closed that loop but nickel even looking into what what do you? Think about it. Yeah. So the reason that they're talking about it as long as devices because they cannot talk about it as a medical device. Clearance from the FDA to do so. So we're sort of in the spot where. Pulse ox mentors were blood oxygen sensors are in like a weird inbetween with FDA were like you can sort of have them on devices without getting clearance me FDA. But if you're trying to do some things and you have to apple has not done that for their pulse men on the watch yet but this isn't something new to this watch like Garmon has. had a pulse talks for a while that that has sort of quietly activated their feature last year and they've sort of been interesting to people for working out and getting a sense of kind of where your blood oxygen is during exercise but they've taken on a new role during the pandemic because monitoring oxygen levels is an important way to to the progression nineteen because. People can be walking and talking and have very low oxygen levels and you wouldn't necessarily know that just by looking at them, which is unusual usually like very low blood oxygen is smash with like you're gasping for breath and you can't really walk up the stairs. So that's why they've been important recently, but the with the product is on the Apple Watch is. It's not it can't be used to actually diagnosed and it shouldn't be to do. So it is more of kind of an interesting thing that you can look at, but we don't actually know like how well validated it is against sort of more standard pulse ox limiters that could be used in hospitals or kind of more medical grade devices because they haven't gone through. The process they don't have to necessarily release some of that validation information at this point.

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Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac explains why he didn't take knee or wear Black Lives Matter shirt Friday

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

06:50 min | 2 years ago

Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac explains why he didn't take knee or wear Black Lives Matter shirt Friday

"We had an incredible opening weekend of games name a star level player that player delivered at least once if not twice over the first three or four nights of the NBA's restart here in Orlando, we had crazy comeback wins. By the Houston Rockets, we had a dominant performance by. Jaanus over some little pesky pip squeak team from New England I forget who they might be. We got Marcus smart got fined for trying to work the officials. We've got storylines upon story lines. The clippers bounce back from their loss to the Lakers. Looking excellent and just throttling the New Orleans Pelicans. There's so many different directions that we can go Michael that I decided. Here's what we're GONNA do opening weekend heaters we're GONNA have just open ended questions are we're going to ping pong back and forth you give me your answers I'm going to give you my answers to these questions and try to cover as much ground as possible before we get there though I do want to double back quickly on the national anthem demonstrations that we touched on last episode, we got so many thoughtful emails from various members of the open floor globe on this subject, but I think there was a major development after we spoke on Friday. and. That involve Jonathan Isaac Meyers. Leonard Gregg Popovich Becky Hammon and one of the NBA referees all deciding to not kneel to not really participate in what had been in unified demonstration on Thursday. All of those people who chose to stand were obviously doing it on principle and they were doing it knowing there was going to be a lot of attention their direction. Now, if you look at Popovich amend the referee essentially, they were trying to just say, Hey, I support the the Social Justice Movement it's it's a private or personal decision for the referee said look I it's important to me to stand Meyers Leonard made a similar comment. Essentially. Saying that his brothers military service in the in the military service of close people in his life led him to WanNa stand to salute the flag. But within Isaac was a slightly different case and he actually used this entire demonstration opportunity to almost have a one man demonstration of his own. In his belief, the idea of the black lives matters movement quote unquote doesn't go hand in hand with supporting black lives. He also said that you know we shouldn't be necessarily judging things solely based on skin color that we should be trying to live a life basically you know in God's mold and try to live up to his standard, and that Jesus Christ was his personal savior and and that he wanted everyone to focus on that. Aspect of of living rather than the particular issue that was being brought forward with the black lives matter movement by the players he didn't really get any major pushback. Within the NBA Community people respected his right to make a stand. He actually not only did he stand during the national anthem? He didn't wear a black lives matter t shirt which many people notice because he was essentially the only player not to do that his whole personal story Michael took a crazy twist over the weekend and sad twist when he wound up tearing his ACL injury that's going to end his time here in Orlando obviously but also could cost him all of next season. So now talk about a whirlwind seventy, two hours for player who generated millions of us with his comments about the protests. I'm curious. Let's start with Jonathan Isaac. What did you make of his decision? After we've seen things settle in the last couple of days You know maybe it doesn't seem quite as Eye Opening as it did at that moment, but I'll admit I was I was surprised to see given the buy in from everybody on opening night. Right, I mean I just WanNa Start and say that it it really really is a bummer to see anyone get injured but particularly is ICK who was already on restriction he was already playing with a humongous brace on his leg from a previous injury that cost him a majority of this regular season before it was suspended. So I just I feel for him greatly. I I think generally speaking. The coverage of who stands in who sits I mean we talked about this heading in anticipated it I. Think I think the coverage is generally besides the point and it doesn't really get the point I feel like people are using. This as an opportunity to shame those who are standing in a little bit I mean Meyers Leonard. said, he couldn't sleep before he made the decision to stand and that's just like not. The whole focus or the point here right like. You can obviously Support Black lives and also stand for the national anthem. It is a symbolic gesture that is what it is in the case of Isaac. I really had a difficult time understanding even what his message was until you interpreted it the way that you did I mean I watched the clip of Him Multiple Times survey there I'm GonNa just GonNa read what he said I and then we can use that as a jumping off point because I don't WanNa torture what he said earlier and I might have done that. So sorry for that. He says quote absolutely I believe that black lives matter kneeling while wearing a black lives matter t shirt doesn't go hand in hand with supporting black lives. I. Don't think kneeling or putting on a T. shirt for me personally is the answer i. Feel like for me, black lives are supported through the Gospel. All lives are supported through the Gospel. We all have things that we do wrong. Sometimes, it gets into a place of pointing fingers. We all fall short of God's glory whoever will humble themselves and seek God and repent of their sins. We can see our mistakes and people's mistakes and evil in a different light. Racism isn't the only thing that flags our society, our nation and our world, and he basically said he wanted this conversation to get out of the realm of skin color because the answer to all of our problems in everything that goes on in our world is Jesus. So. when I watched the clip. I'll I'll be honest. I was a little confused where he was going to after typing it all out trying to marinate on what he was saying I think he essentially wanted to have a demonstration on behalf of his religious beliefs and that this was an opportunity for him to say look you know focusing only on one particular group I. Guess in his view, the black lives matter group and you know everybody wearing a t-shirt doesn't necessarily achieve the wider goal which would be presumably healthy living. You know honest living you know Living which to him as a higher priority I think that's where he was going with his statements.

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Play Your Cards Right

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

Play Your Cards Right

"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies and gents who love Cool Trivia. Sticking it to annoying teams pop quiz. We're hosts I'm Lauren. I'm Julia Hey. Joel Hi Laurin. Referring we're still recording from afar. Yeah, and you know what I listen to our first episode were recorded from afar, and while I feel like we needed. You know we got. We needed some getting used to. But I think it sounded pretty good. Yeah, yeah, it's fine. It's fine. It's a free podcast. Twenty all want from us. Yeah exactly. We're all very stressed out. Yeah Yeah Yeah everyone stressed out. You know what that's understandable. It's a weird time and it's. It's not. SUPERFUND right now. So, what are you GonNa do, but you you're going to. You're going to pull us out of this and there's GonNa. Be Something Fun. You'RE GONNA share with us today. Is that correct? That is correct great. They for that great intro so. I've been thinking about it all day. We're all home her trying to figure out ways to you know, entertain ourselves more And I decided to cover a topic this week. That it things about it do come up and trivial a lot so day. This episode is called play your cards right. WHO owns. This is trivia about playing cards interesting I. Don't know a lot about well I'm not a big card player. I'm not a big game person too I. Mean we've talked about this, but I have rarely played a card game, so I'm not that familiar with. Most things about cards so I'm excited, well great. I'm not GonNa talk too much about. Different Card Games per se I. Am GonNa Wind detail, but I'm talking more about like the actual cards themselves. Okay cool so. If you remember in Mr, information to Turbo back from two thousand nineteen. Who could forget? Steve covered the history of playing cards like their origin started in China. They made a to Europe. There's different styles The Germans have different symbols on their cards than the Italians do that kind of thing. Interested in that kind of stuff. Please go back to that episode where he did a great job of covering that. Also there's a really great article. I read on collectors weekly by Simon wintel. It's called the evolution history imagery of playing cards, those published in April, two thousand eight, and there's a lot of great information there, too. Also collectors weekly a surprisingly great resource and excellent publication. I love it. I will digress for a moment so anytime. Anybody talks about how they're afraid of clowns. Yes, I send them this really amazing article from collectors weekly that tops out how? She started as like a trope, and you know the the renaissance period, and how got filtered down, and how they appeared in operas, and what this type of clown, and that type of climate and like clowns actually like weren't actually scary until John Wayne Gay it. True like. Clowns were fine. People like them. That's why when we look back at like our parents at birthday parties when they were little and we're like. What does that thing like? No people liked clowns. Then they were, they were not. Is this source of fear that they are today? It seems but Yeah No. I send that article out. Probably like a couple times a year to people. Yes, I remember using sites great site fabulous site. Shadow to collectors. Anyway back to cards, please. The cards that we use that. We think of as playing cards especially here in North America, but also most most card games at this point used what are called the French suited cards, so there are four suits, hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Each suit usually has three picture cards. Those face cards the King Queen and Jack, and then numeral cards from ace, all the way to ten some packs that like special have like fewer or different numerals pursuit, but when we talk about French suited cards a fifty two card deck. That's this is where we're heading. So the graphic symbols that's the hearts, diamonds clubs spades. They're called pips. Like you just like on a die, like all the dots on a diet. On a pair of dice or a single diet, they're called pips as well so the letter or number that you see in the top corner of Card, is called an index, so that players can identify their cards without having to spread them so widely as to risk exposure of their cards to opponents. Oh, that makes a Lotta Sense. and, though French suited cards are again. They're the most common playing cards that are used internationally. There are a lot of countries or regions that use their own regional cards that are preferred many games, but none of those have fifty two cards like when you're talking to fifty hardback. It's a French suited pack. And they almost always come with at least additional special cards, nowadays again called a joker, the long any suit. And they are required for some games and some games that use jokers require them to be distinguishable from one another, so in a lot of modern packs. The jokers are printed in different colors. You might have one that's red and when this blacker when the? Plane and one that's colored where they're given different pictures.

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"pip" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"pip" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"Commands in Mike for different platforms and the laundry is a project that aims to solve this problem. So we can have one canonical way to launch hyphen. And the the other one is is a author. Joe Abercrombie. He writes fantasy novels. I've been reading. His shadow sees trilogy was it has been very interesting. And I've recently picked up the series he had. I forgot the name. I forgot the name and it's also looking forward to the few are into these. China novel was fantasy. Not Who is I? Highly recommend is writing and the final one is maybe animated general. So I know anime is now the big thing. Outside of Eastern Asia Butts and a lot of people think animators for kids like cartoons. Buds comparing enemies to movies is kind of like comparing hyphen to Windows. Which does not make sense. One Off for one of is media. So if you're like if you have been staying home for too low end are looking for something to as time my vitamin maybe watching. Maybe watching some adult things and maize. And maybe you'll find something over you and Paul. Do you have any picks this week? I guess one of the things that I've found. That's been really useful for me as part of this project. I had set up a brand new laptop and a couple of really nice tools of enjoyed using that on the pilot side. There's a project called pepex which basically lets you set up python projects. That work is sort of command. Line tools things like black things like nokes talks. You can set them up as local little mountains. They've got their own isolating environment. You don't have the instilled within your own main environment and they run like independent comes. It's really great for for managing all of those tools that make pc ten into a usable working environment on the similar thing that I use. I'm based on windows and finding the little tools things like UNIX utilities command. Line tools that that you want to use a really nice package manager that I've discovered in a lot which is called scoop which effectively manages you installing instilling. All those little tools that you want to get hold off just from a simple command line interface. It's really helped me set things up fast and and not have to worry about. Why am I on a PAC- hasn't got such thing installed again so those are really great thoroughly? Enjoy THEM ON. I guess following on from the theme of sort. What do you do while you're in lockdown A Guy read a lot of books by Is Neil Gaiman Who I guess. A lot of people will have heard off his books. I think are really amazing. he's done a lot of work on. Tv as while I've recently watched the TV series of good omens which is a thing he did with Terry projects which I thought was absolutely fantastic after enjoyed watching that. I'd recommend it to anybody who enjoys out. Terry Project Own Gaiman well with look since pauses mentioned scoop and payback. I mayday US Google formula. I forgot the name recipe scoop recipe for PPAC so you don't mean to globally instill paybacks to your pipe excellent. Well Paul picked up defects which was GONNA be one of my favorites. So keep going with the things that have kept me sane. In this lockdown world that full picked up. I think of have been mostly recreational things because I've had enough work stuff going on to keep me occupied. Luckily so it's been music by Chris. Daughtry who has been around since quite a why he was like an American idol contestant thousand six and so on and he's like an alternative rock band Chris Bandits in band. And it's a nice bunch of music. They have a really good discography. I don't know if a single song in there that I don't like so that has kept me sane. The other thing is probably being bucket. Act which is an Indie game where you build and manage an amusement park basically and it sort of a really good time way to would down a whole bunch of creative energy in one place and built stuff. That at least makes me feel happy about them. So that's another all right and for my picks this week Just recently started experimenting with the Language Server Protocol and its implementation Amax with LSP MODE. And it's just a way of being able to One way of sharing a lot of the I d. e. like behavior between different editors so things like Completions and limiting and being able to navigate to definitions or find references to different variables. So definitely pretty great way of being able to have your environment easier to manage and portable across different editors. So been enjoying that and recommend that for anybody who's using any sort of text editing environment and so that I will close out the show I just want to thank you all for taking the time today to join me and share the work. You're doing on improving the dependency resolution and pip at something that is going to benefit everybody in the community and something that I look forward to taking advantage of myself so I appreciate all of your time and effort on that and I hope you enjoy.

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"pip" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"pip" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"Hello and welcome to podcast dot in it the podcast about python and the people who make it great when you're ready to launch your next APP or want to try project you hear about on the show. You lied somewhere to the play. It so take a look.

The Basics: Getting Started

A Slob Comes Clean

11:27 min | 2 years ago

The Basics: Getting Started

"The dishes are a different kind of mess. And they're the kind that's nasty and they're the kind and I know this from experience that you're like. Why does my house smell well? Maybe it's because that dish has been collecting water in the sink. And it's been there a day or two seven and it stinks. I mean I I am told this story before but I mean there was this mom forum or something that way back in the early days of the Internet and the early days of being a mom and I remember my sink. Stunk and I thought it was like down the drain was stinking and I mean this is probably seven eighteen year old. This is probably like seventeen years ago so well before I started on mighty slob occasion process him figured out the doing the dishes takes care of a whole lot of things. I posted on this mom for him and I was like you know. I don't understand my my sink stinks and you know what can I do? And people were like giving me all these things like vinegar and Baking Soda and boiling water and Blah Blah and lemons in orange peels and blah blah blah. Whatever and I tried everything and nothing worked and I was just like what is the deal. Well I finally did the dishes that were in the other side of the sink and soon as those dishes were done it instinct anymore. Oh my goodness I still think about stuff like that. And I'm just so embarrassed but I'm just saying the dishes are key and their crucial to your house being under control. They're the number one thing you gotta do it. You just do sorry. I'm so sorry anyway. I know it stinks. I get it stinks. Okay The next of them and this is not something to do if you haven't done the dishes but it's to sweep the floor at the kitchen floor. Okay now this is not I mean. This is one that gets skipped even in my house. Okay but as you're trying to get your house under control as you're really trying to change your slob vision tendencies to Nazi the incremental mess. May that's a slob vision thing for me as I see when it's beautiful and perfect and I go and then I see when it's total disaster but I don't see it happening. I don't see the incremental mess sweeping the floor as you are trying to change your home and how you view your home. Sweeping the floor is so key has it's not about crumbs. It's about the overall rhythm Steph. That's ended up on the floor. Okay so it's implementing that habit of starting to see your home differently again like the dishes that first time sweeping the floor if your house is completely out of control sweeping the floor might be thirty minute job because it's also picking up all this random stuff that's collected in that corner over there or whatever but it tents or a does for sure every day that you do it. You don't have to pick all that stuff up anymore you just have to pick up one day's worth of stuff and then you start doing things like not putting things on the kitchen floor because you're changing. How you think of the kitchen floor is not just being a random place where we put things but it and you're seeing differently because of this habit of sweeping the kitchen floor every day. Some accents do that and then it becomes a two minute task where you're just doing a quick sweep of the kitchen. You know what I know. Some people like well. I have a really big kitchen. I'm sorry it it takes whatever it takes but if you haven't done it every day for a week you don't actually know how much time it would take to do it every day. You only know how much time it's GONNA take to do every day if you do it. Every day K The next on the habit list to build as you're really starting to build momentum in your home and get these basics down is check. Your bathrooms for clutter. I am not gonNa tell you to wipe down your bathrooms every single day but I am going to say to make a conscious effort to look into the bathroom and check it for clutter meaning are their clothes on the floor. Pick him up and put them in the hamper. That's how basic we're talking about here. Are there is their trash on the counter? The packaging from the bar soap. Or whatever you know that. Kinda stuff deal with that type of thing put in the toothbrushes back in the toothbrush holder in your kids my bathroom. That's disgusting and I would always make sure I did it but I know with my kids especially when it was like why. Do you not put it back in the in the toothbrush holder instead of just laying on the counter. But you know that's something to do every day is just to neaten it up and that will make a huge difference and then when it comes time to clean the bathroom. It's so much easier because you just clean the bathroom. You're not I dealing with all the clutter again. This is something that the first day the entire floor might be covered in. Close this second day. It's one days worth of clothes the third day. It's one days worth of clothes the fourth day. You didn't drop things on there because you're tired of picking up days worth of clothes every day. Okay so it starts to build. It's the building of the habit that is as important as it being something that you check off list does that make sense and then the five minute pickup. This one is one that if you it's like here. Here's the building process of doing these. This how I recommend taking a week. Not Not thinking that you have to implement all for these things today you know but giving yourself permission to build these habits but when it comes down to the very basics the two things that I stick with our the doing the dishes and the five minute pip if I let the soup in the floor and the check in the bathrooms were clutter. Go for a couple of days. That's fine. We're going to survive but the five minute pickup. I'm just telling you it's magic now. The first three that we talked about do the dishes sweep the floor. Check the bathroom. Clutter those all build on themselves. They get easier the second day. The five minute pickup is as easy the first day as it will be in the future only because I really do mean five minutes. Okay you know doing the dishes on that first day could be three our four hour job and then and that's to get it to the point where the next day it's only one day's worth in its fifteen minutes but the five minute pickup is really truly only five minutes today tomorrow. Any day that we're doing this. It's going to greatly increase in impact with every day that you do it. Okay because you put five minutes of stuff away you do five minutes of picking stuff up and putting it away then the next day. Yes you'RE GOING TO PICK UP. Whatever was out of place from yesterday. But you're going to get that done more quickly and then you're going to move from there and you're GonNa make a little bit more of an impact and a little bit more of an impact on a little bit more of an impact every day. Okay so those are the four basics and those are really the things to start with and the things to come back to now. Here's the thing I do not call these my morning routine or my evening routine like I. I don't I don't call them that. There are some of them that I do in the morning and some of them that I do in the evening. But I don't designate them to a certain time of day because of how my brain works it would be great to do this at the exact same time every day but the reality of having kids and having kids involved in different things as means that are evenings. Don't always look the same our morning always like the same but my daughter had band sectionals this morning and so we had to leave thirty minutes earlier than we normally do. And that's fine. You know that that's great. That's life but the problem with that is that if I had something that okay. I do this every single day. At seven thirty five in the morning. This is what I do at seven thirty five in the morning and then Tuesdays come around and we leave at seven twenty will then that throws everything off so instead these are just the four things. I have to get done every single day knowing that they are four things to do every single day. Lets me go? Who if I get these done this morning? I don't have to do in this evening. And that's a positive thing too but it also lets me have a crazy day and go okay. This is what I need to get done before I go to bed. Stay tonight if I will do these things. My House will not get out of control. Okay so that that thing of don't if you're like me I do not recommend you signing these things to a certain time of day if that works for you fantastic try it and then if it doesn't work go. Oh Yeah Dana. Said that didn't work for her. So it's okay for it to not work for me too. I just have to get these things done crime and they build. They get easier quicker. They get more effective with every single day. These are the things that you use to get started when you think they're not gonNA make any difference. Try these things when you think I have no idea how other people could keep their houses under control and mine is constantly a pigsty. Try these things K. This is how you start is with these things. Use them to maintain. These are the same for habits that the same for basics. I know sometimes I call them habits sometimes a column non-negotiables the reason I hesitate to call them habits is I always thought that at some point they would be such a habit that I would not realize I was doing them that I would just naturally do all these things that has never happened in ten years for me so oh well so I try not to call them habits anymore but you these are the things that you keep on doing to keep your house under control so the reason maintaining is important as as schedules fluctuate as life changes. I mean that's something that happens with us. Every I mean I would say it's every school year but it's really with every sports season it is. It's just okay will such and such auditions for this place started happened and so now for the next three months. We've got a completely different schedule for such and such kid and then okay well. That's done all right. We're back to normal. Oh well now. It's time to take these dance classes to be ready for such and such auditions life. And I would say that I would. If I didn't know better I would say that. Well you know life never stays the same every single day until you're retired. My parents are retired and they're busier than they've ever been. So it's just reality that life thankfully it's exciting and it involves all sorts of different disruptions to routine and for no routine stays the same forever so Blah Blah Blah. Whatever these are the things to do to maintain these are the things that have to be done to keep the house under

The Log Books Podcast Offers a Unique Window Into the U.K.'s Queer History

Probably True Podcast

08:48 min | 2 years ago

The Log Books Podcast Offers a Unique Window Into the U.K.'s Queer History

"Is one of the presenters on the logbooks. So tell us tell us about a long books podcast. logbooks is a podcast. Good yet with me so we made a season last year. Once he's out route ten episodes and it's an attempt to tell a history of LGBTQ plus life in Britain from nineteen seventy full. Aw onwards through the voices and the stories of people who rang switchboard the help line for help right so switchboard it is linked gay Samaritans. LGBT cupolas Samaritans. It still running today as a charity. Still taking Kohl's ten. Am To ten PM has been doing since nineteen eighteen. Seventy four and the volunteers when they started in nineteen seventy four started writing notes in these physical things called logbooks just a four notepads describing what was coming up on the calls and also talking to each other between volunteers like from one shift to the next about what was coming upon the calls and how switchboards switchboards volunteers manning. The phones or person in the phones could actually help the colas. I mean mentioning. Them is kind of big kind of leather bound tones. They're not leather downtown. They're like cheapo lined paper that you would get from W. Eight okay. So people would ring switchboard with their kinda queries. Things like Hello I'm new to London. Where can I go meet? Gay People exactly okay. Everything from I just want to go to a disco because I'm new to London and a being gay or think I'm gay so I wanna go to disco everything from like jolly calls like that all the way through to my dad's just kicked me out because I'm gay and I've got nowhere to go. What do I do like right right now? An owned by the way the pips coming and so my money in the phone box is about to run out of course because no one had mobile phone because this is in the past is in the past history of those that's true yeah We also look to live in the future with looking to have mobile phones so everything from like runaways that to wish that I go for Dr after signing. I've got the clap. I was going to say. Do you get people going swimming green and newsies coming out monopoly. After do where do I go and say switchboard kept notes on which was a good clinics the friendly claim and so they could advise callers. Okay Dunk Guy to this clinic. Go to this other clinic because those friendly doctors there who are like okay with gay sex shaming for me for it. They're calls about people saying I'm a man in my wife is caught me dressing up in her clothes close. She is really shocked about this. And I don't know whether that means my marriage is ending. I don't know what that means about me and who I who I think I am. There's a lot of language in the In the logbooks which is historic language. So there's talks of t s and TV transsexual transvestite. Because I'm in early logbooks. This is this is from the seventies seventies and eighties says calls about that side of life and there's also calls lots and lots and lots of calls about sex such as what happens to the same and what is inside you. Just sit tight. How so calls like that or I'm a girl and another girl and we're going to do something but I don't and what to do how do I do it? What she gonNa like things like that? Do they get trained. Yes okay so which would have a training group while still has a trading group they get together and they share all this information formation. There the point is if. You're a volunteer switchboard still today. Then you don't know who's on the other end the line when you pick up the phone so you have to be able to know everything so if we have to narrow Arab lesbian sex in case someone calls you and asks you about Lesbian Sex. I suppose at least nowadays if you needed to you could put it on. Hold Google it but then surely they curriculum the point is they want to speak to another human. Being right and switchboards tagline. Now is calm words when they needed most. And so it's those words from another person was give me an example if satirical thing that someone rang open asked back in the olden days. Okay I've give you an example apple here all right. This is a log book entry from April Nineteen Thousand Nine hundred seventy five. Wow it says chagas same to you. which is the name of pub in central London? I think it's not there anymore. It's not there anymore. Chat grammas reported not gay at all Straits have been making comments when gaze down together gays have been huddled in a corner said they will feel ill at ease. So what's going on. That's the entry so someone's obviously run into say chatmoss. This risk pope which maybe is known to be gay or gay friendly or maybe it was recommended by switchboard volunteer. And appreciate so someone could have run. Should I go. And they've got all chat. Rooms is correct. Yeah and then. They've wrapped up and they've had the experience of gays being cuddled together in a corner so volunteers written that down. Basically two of the volunteers they had this report from someone that maybe it's not like gay friendly so it's a bit like an old world. He'd Yelp Review Google interesting. Exactly how did they charity. Sheraton's though for someone to sign up with a guys. No one goes to check around well back not one of the reasons why you have the book so that when you start shefty flicked back through the pages that represent the previous shift's so you can look at that. But then there was an information group of volunteers in switchboard whose job it was to maintain an enormous. It's like filing system by actually finding cabinets cabinets folders th Rolodex like just blows is a paper basically huge firearms so they would. Have you know section on like bar like gay bars in London so it would be their job they would look through the logbook. The most recent entries look things like that and then go and update the entry that they have for they probably have an entry for checkers and just looked at. I entered you say. Oh we've had a report that maybe it's not gay friendly and then when someone else rings and says oh I've heard about Chicago there. Is that gay friendly then. The search for volunteer can go. I'm GONNA minute name. I don't find all the papers one flick flick flick flick. Yeah exactly and find the information and then say well you know. Yeah we've had did have reports that he was gay friendly Spice Week depots something but actually no we. We've just had reports that maybe it's not so you make your choice so it doesn't exist in. Yeah learn him and so then be like the information thing presumably now is online. You know maybe not available publicly but certainly mole all kinds of like digital second. Yeah Taibbi type rather than Vicki flicking exactly. Yes switchboard kind of moved system of making these notes on Cole's Kohl's and information files into a digital format fully into thousand three and so the handwritten logbooks run from one thousand nine hundred seventy four to nine to two thousand. Even three the first season of aloke podcast runs until nineteen eighty two so we hope to make seasons two and three which will then follow on from that brings up to two thousand three essay day. And then we'll use dope and then we will stop but the but actually although it took until two thousand and three for them to go like fully computerized. There is an entry in the book in Nineteen Eighty full which read something like this. I'll try and like orally replicate the typography that the person had used one hundred and typography it goes November the second nineteen eighty-four the arrival of the computer is imminent Lopez drawn. A hand grown it like with like shadowing it's like would proper word a hundred and it says it's a ten megabyte hard drive massive i. It's an apricot which I don't i. I don't know that's the color scheme. It's a nice kind of pinkish orange. We'd like a mild fo's did you get people calling opening allow Manab Green. Yes which would definitely did can see there. Oh He's in the in the log books those kinds of calls going green. Can you recommend a clinic wash doing now show. Ed dropped off yet. So which obviously had calls like that and health goals and so just like it kept like a rolodex Kaz that kept rolodex of clinics to say well this clinic friendly and this one is not the thing about those kinds of calls is that you never really knew what was going to happen to that person afterwards. Because you know you you might give them advice on the phone and then who knows whether they managed to get the treatment so Cost because no one's going to go back and go to know. Thank you exactly and you tell me where I can go and get bummed against true. Yeah Wow I thought I think that would drive me at the wall. Just not knowing all of these kind of glimpses into other people's lives with no closure happy ever after. Yeah

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A Peek Into The Markets: Fed Decision In Focus

CNBC's Fast Money

03:47 min | 2 years ago

A Peek Into The Markets: Fed Decision In Focus

"Are welcome back to fast money. There's your numbers. A lot of green on the screen. Stocks rallied today the S. and P.. Five five hundred. Somebody goes home and says hey wins the best day since you'll say it was the best state for the S. and P. since October the Nasdaq is since September. You Got Music. What's your take on today's chewing your guy's dog we got music? What's your take on today's big balance but it was a little hip hop and if if you look at the bond market you had about a forty fifty basis point recovery? I mean in terms of a four point four point recovering the tenure. So not extraordinary. When you consider how low-yield Scott and you look at the Batson semiconductor some of the Higher Beta stuff? You got a nice bounce but yes the vix twelve to thirteen percent today. The things that are hanging over the market which are still now growth expectations. I think haven't really changed and we have to get through some other extraordinary tech this week. So net net by the way. There's there's a fed meeting tomorrow. I don't think they're going to do anything. But I think the Fed needs to continue to talk about what they're gonNA do with that balance sheet because we talk all the time Brian Show some great graphs on the correlation relation between the market and the size of the the Fed balance sheet very important. Not your friends. I think that's exactly right. I mean it's a fed data mart. Think a lot of today's move was basically on the back doc of anticipation of this apple number which market guy and lining up ahead of the Fed. Tomorrow which got only knows what they say but for every Apple Nafta market. And we're GONNA talk about it later but you Kevin. AMD The southbound four percent. You have Xilin down eight percent so there's a lot of cross-currents here again. I don't think yesterday solved anything necessarily and I certainly don't think today's action in did I would say just stay patient here you look at the breadth today and maybe the best market days Tober but the internals were tepid advantage over decliners. Three to one I WANNA see days five to one six to one seventy one. We didn't get that today. Copper soft crude bounce very tepidly you saw the shares as the China. ETF AS HR down on the days. So you didn't get that oath that you WANNA see coming off a low. Yesterday you had about thirty percent of the market. Make a one month low if you're looking for a good tactical by signal that higher about fifty or sixty percents that puts a low in. I don't think we're there yet. I was surprised marketed. This well there was some very not so great data out this morning but weren't really not I. I don't know if there is some noise there or I mean so that I'm surprised of market. Did this well on the heels of that because I was sort of surprised how can maybe too. The short shows horn a little bit because yesterday we should have broached this idea about China may be coming at you guys on a plane by the way. Nice it when they can have live fast money on on on Delta Airlines and it's fantastic. Keep out via the final trait you know. We talked about maybe China coming in with some sort of economic or monetary or fiscal Michael Stimulus and there was some stuff going around this morning that the China's central bank was whispering about abundant resources. You know you wonder if there is this backstop even with all. That's going on there scary as it is that the Central Bank of China is not going to allow the economy to not recover. And I think we have to say. Hey hold on a second wait a minute before. We got the corona virus. I know it's a big before but but China was stimulating. The currency was rallying. China is the engine for certainly Asia and much of the trading world so emerging markets are down seven point seven from peak five eight days ago to trough yesterday only recovered eighty six pips today. I actually think there's a trading recovery emerging being markets to take a look at especially a laggard and one that moved three times. What most things move so back to China? I think they do have a lot of bullets. Brian I think they are in a position where they are stimulating balloting. They've already thrown some stimulus that the market they've done a triple are cut. I think to the extent that they have more leverage to pull on still planned economy. I think they can do it. Okay we've got a news alert right now on facebook.

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Soda-pop - burst 01

Classic Countdown Conversations

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Soda-pop - burst 01

"Hey do hey Philip. Thank you guess what. I read the news today. Home though boy Woman got hit in the head by cancer you know thank goodness it was a soft drink. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard And we you need to go take her to see Dr Pepper okay. Did you If you don't have insurance Mister Pip. Are you making this up on the spy or is this Nashville. Missile News article. That you read I you know I was just thinking that it was like kind of like a Dad joke or maybe a soda. Pop Art joke. Oh Oh we've already done the Dad Joe so I think she's a little fizzy detail. Many do you have uh-huh that's depressing. I like that one And it's total fantasy all right and at least the funny thing is already gone into the the music. Oh music has started right about now

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Trump wanted Barr to clear his name on Ukraine

CNN's The Daily DC

08:22 min | 3 years ago

Trump wanted Barr to clear his name on Ukraine

"We've got you covered with up to the minute reporting and analysis into this fast moving impeachment inquiry which is now set to enter a new public phase. He's in a few minutes. We'll be talking to Samantha Vinograd. CNN National Security Analyst. Who served on President Obama's National Security Council but first I'm joined by my colleague? CNN National Security Reporter. GERMY her welcome back to the podcast. Jeremy thanks for having me. It really is dizzying developments. That are that are presenting themselves. And I think it's hard for people to sort of keep it all straight but I do want to touch on a couple of development in the last several hours last twelve hours or so that have up presented themselves. And get your take about what you're hearing on the hill about what it means for the longer term inquiry. First and foremost I just I just WanNa say this. All again and impeachment agree is a political process not a legal process. I understand that but donald trump according to the Washington post was clearly concerned about the the legal side of this having. He's attorney general bill bar go out and hold a press conference. Apparently according to the post he's been talking about this in recent weeks that he wanted to go out and say Donald Trump did nothing illegal. Can I just get a gut check from you. Of course. Donald trump calls a fake news. And says it didn't can happen. I should note that but the Washington Post stands by. Its story Should I can. I just get a gut check from you on whether or not that. Matters to members of Congress on the hill weather's there was illegal activity versus unethical activity. You know it's interesting. I think that is going to be the question. That will will really take hold when we get to the Senate phase of this should the house pass articles of impeachment we've already been hearing from Senate Republicans well. Maybe this shouldn't have happened. But it's not it doesn't rise to the level of an impeachable offense and I think the idea behind this press conference remember when Muller finished his report. Who did we hear from I? It was bill bar saying effectively effectively. There was no collusion and no obstruction and that was the mantra than we heard from trump and congressional republicans. When we actually found out there was much much more to it when we saw the the redacted acted version of the full report and that Barr had shaped this whole narrative though by coming out and issuing I his letter and then a statement on the day they put out the report very successfully so absolutely early? And so I you know obviously can't get in the mind of the president but I'm guessing given the success of VAT. It would stand to reason that he thought such a similar statement at the same time coming out that they released this transcript would help him politically legally or whatever else he was trying to accomplish with it. The other thing that has emerged in the last couple of days and then more prominently again today again because of the president's twitter feed we had heard initially from Rand Paul this notion that Biden should be called to testify now. Donald Trump is tweeting. That Biden The former vice president should testify again deer hill sources indicate in any way that At least on the house side with Democrats pursuing this inquiry right now that Joe Biden's testimony is required. Here I think that's going to be a no Especially in the Democrat control impeachment inquiry now Republicans do get to request witnesses In the as we move into this phase do they get to requests witnesses before it moves to judiciary Sheree Committee. Yes they do. For the Public Intelligence Committee in fact Adam Schiff has sent a letter to the Republicans former asking them to submit a list of witnesses and their rationale now for why they want to hear from these witnesses. Of course Democrats can reject any and all of those witnesses and the majority and control the Vikings and of course if they were to pip Joe Biden on that list. I think there's zero percent chance he would actually come in the Senate. Of course were rand. Paul is a different story in that it's controlled by Republicans but I- beyond John Rand Paul and maybe a couple of others. The president's closest allies or doesn't seem to be an appetite to kind of try and turn this into a political circus. That would obviously ensue if they did try had a call. Joe Biden So I don't see it as a feasible thing yet but obviously we've seen a lot of different attempts from Republicans to gum up. The works with the process raised complaints about the process. US and we will be able to sit here probably again on the president's twitter feed why isn't aren't the Biden's being called in this inquiry Jeremy. Let's be clear. This is an impeachment. It is going to be a political circus. Focus no matter who is called to testify. But yes I I take your point about the the raw campaign politics of it. All speaking of Republicans wanted to call witnesses. This is Jim Jordan Republican congressman apparently on his list. That he's going to submit to Adam. Schiff is he wants the whistle blower the original whistle blower to come and testify. I believe he said in any way could be public. It could be private but is there any chance that the Democrats would accept that at this stage of the game. Well well for public hearing I think certainly not. We've heard obviously from Adam Schiff multiple times that they are going to do everything they can to protect the whistle blower to keep the whistle blower anonymous unless those aboard wants to be named and at this point the Democrats have indicated. They don't think that they will hear from the whistle blower and they don't need to hear from the lower. Their argument is the whistle. Blower was one who raised. Raise the alarm. who was the one who pulled the fire alarm now? They have all this other evidence from the people who were involved in this. And who have corroborated much of what the whistle blower put in complaint and so their argument is we don't actually need to hear from the whistleblower as we know didn't have first hand knowledge of this you know that doesn't Stop Republicans from trying to get him in. We've we've heard this from rip them. Repeatedly his process has gone on that wired the Democrats trying to bring the whistle blower. They said they wanted him now. They don't and what's happening with that. It's going to be it's going GonNa be another layer much like the Biden's attempts to distract and discredit this whole process from the Democrats and doesn't it seem that even if it's in private it's much more likely that the whistle blowers identity he becomes revealed if they do actually come forward in some way to provide testimony. Oh absolutely and we've seen in From the reporting Out of these depositions already that that they've been fights between Republicans and Democrats Democrats say Republicans are trying to raise name suggesting it could be the whistle blower and asking witnesses. Who are testifying whether they know so so and so or so and so and you know? It's it's certainly a point of contention and there is concern as we've seen from the press the whistle blowers attorneys that. If they were to get in a the room that they did that makes it much more likely that aired entity would be public. Jeremy now I said at the top of the show here that this is a new public phase that is about to happen and it's going to be dramatically different For the American people than what they've seen to date I mean they're going to see a open testimony public hearings. Can you sort of you talked a little bit on the process. The Republicans do get a put some suggestions for witness. Can you walk us through a little bit. About what next week is GonNa look like and what the how this process is GonNa unfold this public phase of it. Yeah this is obviously. This is the build up here because we're seeing that we've seen the transcripts from two of the three three witnesses who are coming in and were suspect. We'll get the third before next week. gives us a sense of what they're gonNA say. We Know Bill Taylor. The top diplomat in Ukraine is gonNA say he. He heard he was told that trump had directed this this whole linkage of aid for an investigation. But now obviously you're taking it to the American people. That's the goal of this is convince the American people that these are impeachable offenses. Is the Democrats goal that this was wrong and that this should not have happened. This is why we are going to impeach them Impeach Donald Trump. It's going to be spectacle You know we don't. We have impeachment inquiries for president once every two decades. Now it seems as about the time. Line And so you know it's hard to say exactly how it's how it's going to be. I'm a Republican side. They're going to add Jordan the committee. It seems that they're definitely talking about it because they want bat attack dog. They want the president's attack so I think it's going to be a very contentious very interesting and well watched affair no doubt about the well watched part I I I When you said Republicans do get to call witnesses in this phase with the intelligence committee where the joint committees? I guess But the president it doesn't get to have his council pose questions to witnesses in this stage of it correct. That's correct okay. That is something that could happen potentially and judiciary exactly exactly got it. Jeremy Thank you so much for being here

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