17 Burst results for "PV"

"pv" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"pv" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks PV's. This job will be for in-house union pros, but the vigilantes say that's not going to stop them. I'm so new Hudson. Kiki Dee news as a model. The bay area has been so with rain this year. Now it's pollen season. All that rain means more plant, which means more pollen. Cari, NATO is the director of the Sean in Parker center for allergy and asthma, research at Stanford University. She joins us today to talk pollen. Hi, hi. Nice to talk to. All right. So I don't feel pollen every year, but this year, I'm really reacting to it. So how is this year, so different from past years, Brian, you and millions of others are suffering in the bay area because of the ponies in the Sharon, it's different because of the rains that we've had like you mentioned. It's also different because every year, climate change gets worse. We get more and more carbon dioxide in the air, that allows for plants to not only have longer seasons and have more plants because of all that rain, but also the plants are losing more pollen. Can you tell us a little bit more about that? Sure. His climate change continues. The carbon dioxide itself is a chemical it causes the plant to release more pollens. For example, let's say in the year nineteen hundred the average carbon dioxide was about two hundred eighty parts per million in the air and in two thousand now it's about three hundred seventy parts per million, and with that increase our pollen production of plants is going from five grams per plant to ten grams per plant, so any given plant is making double the amount of pollen and releasing it into the air because of the increase in carbon dioxide. Is there anything you can do for yourself? When you feel like you're suffering from the pollen exposure. Yes, I'd say a number one drink a lot of water that will fin out the mucus that you're suffering from an even though you might not feel that mucus your body is. And that is like running a marathon every day. It's very draining. In addition, I would suggest that I much as you can try to take non sedating antihistamines. There's a lot there available in your typical pharmacy now. That's over the counter. Most importantly, they'll consult with physician or clinician to be able to understand how to use them and try to make an appointment. Make sure you stay indoors when the pollen counts are high try to avoid areas where there's a lot of graph a lot of trees, if you are allergic, and then try to take non sedating history means and nasal sprays in eyedrops, if those are the parts of your body that are bothering you. Are there hot spots in the bay area for allergies? You know, I think the bay area because we don't have a free sauce cycle. There's always something around in the air. There isn't one particular hotspot than another, I think for anyone individual, they'll know what they're allergic to. And so they should stay away from those hot spots that are personal to them. But importantly, is that the wind blows. And these pollens are so small, that you can't see them a lot of people think that they're allergic to flour pollens, or the pollens that you can see on pine trees that drop to the ground. Well, those pollens are so large, that they're going down because of gravity, and they're going down to the to the earth, but they're not getting in the air and into our lungs. It's the pollens that we can't see that get into our small Airways so any part of the bay area really has the wind so that those small pollens can actually get picked up and brought to any one individual and how much. Longer will the pollen season go. Yeah, that's a great question. You know, we don't have a perfect crystal ball but the season is widening in terms of all the pollen exposure. So we think that the grass pollens that are especially high this year they'll probably last until about September October. Unfortunately, we do have a lot of people watering their lawns. And so, because of that, there are grasses that naturally should have died around in June, and July, but they don't so we have the policies unusually usually now going from about February two about October naturally. It should really only be between April and June Cari, NATO director of the Sean, in Parker center for allergy and asthma, research at Stanford University. Thank you. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. And if you have allergies, we have something for you a five day forecast of pollen levels for the bay area, which will be updated every day. Find it at. That org.

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"pv" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"pv" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"PV making the rounds after a racist from posible house Verdes high school both are coming up expert to the person is six forty five. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five. Do by lender over. Here's jennifer. He's got the very latest on the one seventy jam Cam pretty crashers outside of one seventy this past Roscoe carpool left lane taken away here. It's a five car crash now basically jammed away from the eighteen on the five after Vaso bail while you can't south that are to avenue still tastic alternate. Find a way to Roscoe save yourself. Huge delay it does load up again kind of more normal from Oxnard Souissi through the one to one down to just about lankershim. And let's check out the four five leading Wilmington. Here's brian. It's going to be a slow drive. Specially at a Long Beach at this point all the way back to the six. Oh, five we had a crash at Wilmington has cleared. Looks like a little confusion you cannot exit four or five off to Alameda. Alameda, still shut down to Morton and Carson due to tankers at the bottom of the offramp there. It is a crash, and they're working to clear that for you. All right. Let's have a look now at the seven ten with Scott. Well, I don't have any big problems to warn about crashes or anything, but it's heavy northbound seven tenths starting at the one five that'll be on and off slow heading up through the sixty toward the ten. Slow the entire stretch there. Southbound that's the little slowing from the one five heading down to about a longer. All right coming out through norc allows fifteen north looks unusually slow up to live. And I think it might have been something in the lanes there in the west of tenant, Sherry, it's still causing you about two to three miles a slowing through Bloomington. Although they keep claiming that crashes cleared to the right shoulder. Maybe there was a spill lanes. All I know is if you wanna boy delays to Bloomington jump up to two ten west or even the sixty between the two fifteen and fifteen because the sixty sixty and the too much better than the ten. The new Range Rover evoque was designed to open your eyes to the possibilities of what's right in your own neighborhood. Visit your so-called landrover retailer for details of the new Range Rover evoque Land Rover above and beyond. Our next forty sixty five for your more, traffic alerts more often can't accent, seventy NewsRadio. Increasing clouds today. Ahead of a cold front that'll move through tonight, bringing us rain into your Thursday. So the forecast is dry into this afternoon. We'll have high temperatures in the low seventies downtown sixties along the coast mid seventies. For the valley's upper seventies for the inland empire. Low sixties in the mountain. Desert's you'll be in the mid seventies. So tomorrow anywhere from a quarter to three quarters of an inch of rain for the coast in the valley snow levels dropping down to about six thousand feet, you'll need your umbrellas throughout the day for your Thursday drying out Friday into the start of your weekend. Saturday another chance of showers possible late Sunday into the start of the workweek Monday was California's miss jacket and dependable forecast. I'm CBS to meteorologist Danielle Gersh Cain, extend seventy NewsRadio throwing for tomorrow. Those what Daniel the saying the rain tomorrow could make the drive for you in the morning and the any day really kind of a mile so stay with us her own Kennex for you're gonna weather together. Every ten minutes on the lives. Chatsworth is warnings fifty nine downtown LA at sixty two six forty eight sheriff's department sent to spend double its overtime budgets. According to a new report from the board of supervisors the department's expects to spend more than two hundred eighty nine million dollars overtime against a budget of one hundred forty million this year. The department says the overtime. Is due to hiring delays vacancies contract obligations and requirements associated with court settlements more than a year. After a returners was stabbed in rolling hills estates twenty five thousand dollar reward is being offered. Investigators believe the motive for Susan leads killing was robbery. She was found stabbed multiple times in her car, which was parked at the promenade on the peninsula shopping center on the afternoon of.

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"pv" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"Eight to five PM Monday through Friday. Of course, if you need a ride, you can call him, we will pick you up, and then he responded with thank you tying up a couple of loosen since I'll probably be there month should be in in the next forty eight hours, and then he came in because he was assuming he was going to be there for a month tying up loose in his stuff in order for a month ago, and these children that I kidnapped. It's county lockup county lockup. Yeah. Wonder why he was arrested for like what was he at large for probation violation of some PV? No so much about the criminal code because I listen to a lot of true crime podcast. I'm not kidding. Yeah. Or or or your stone cold criminal hard time. Are you researching to commit crimes, you know? It's a crime this lady on Facebook cancelled her favorite shower because her family and friends were unsupported of her choice of baby name what this is. This is the kind of unnecessary drama that makes men want to drive the car into a wall. Listen, I'm fine with men driving their caller into honestly, some of them not all of them off. This is stupid shit. You got to admit, we'll wait till you hear the name that would make you. What's the name? The name is. Was funny. Jerry liked that one gym. It's just the audacity over here. Yelling about crock pot. Like, here's a grenade. I don't know if you've noticed or not. But these two ladies are like Cougars like wolverines in hair terrier. My flesh glass, you think I need to be back here..

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"pv" Discussed on DLC

DLC

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on DLC

"I I like that. They gotta pay you for that trademark. That's pretty good. We're in talks real good one thing. I wanted to mention this is firmly in the room or category. But I thought it'd be fun to just bandy about a bit a Reddit user by the name of a non the nine who has broken news bungee related news on read it in the past and has been accurate. Has said that destiny three is in production. I guess, duh. I guess would be. Although, you know, you never know 'cause could turn into a game as service, and who knows maybe that's part of what we'll talk about is whether a numbered sequel is the right move for destiny. But some interesting details there is obviously no target release year yet so destiny to still has a couple of other big expansions to come. And you know, the game will be supported, but they are revving up the engines for destiny three whatever that will end up being and supposedly it will take place on a planet that has been referenced in the university medal, blah interesting thing is it will supposedly feature a Peavey E V P zone. So this is player versus environment. Versus players. You guys are everybody is hanging out attacking the a the the video game itself. And then other players from. Different factions can come in and everybody can fight everybody. So this reminds one of something like you would find in the division the dark zone, which was had problems at launch evidently, the leaker stresses. It won't be like the dark zone so not like the dark zone. But the game director supposedly is Chris Barrett. Not loose myth of love a big role. And what do you guys think? Allegra. What do you think about destiny going to another numbered sequel first of all and second of all what do you think about that kind of evidently, there'll be more RPG elements in it'll be more like PV VP. I can't with this p p thing. It sounds like a chemistry problem that would freak me out. And I can we reduce that fraction a little bit. With something not nec- to fight it by at least one. Yeah. I mean, I think we're in this weird place where ongoing persistent games that sort of that sort of thing, right? Like multi player games. And everything has to have a persistent online component. Like, obviously fallout seventy six that's gonna be an online multiplayer game in a series. That's you know, been known for single player destiny has been online game since the get go. That's pretty much in the core. But to me, it's always like, okay. We'll we have moral warcraft. Right. Like that's the biggest deal. And of course, they keep integrating with expansions. But there hasn't been a need to make a while to write and destiny to destiny aren't as large as that. And at some point for console games. Obviously destinies on PC now. Console. I games. There's some all that you hit. I guess where it's like, okay. We have to jump even Baker. Like we have to move to the next phase. We can't just keep iterating on this forever. But it I just think it's kind of interesting that we need to sneak three when I think just need to for a lot of people as improved upon the first one also like they activision blizzard there, you know, they hooked up and overwatch isn't getting an overwatch to write like, I'm here is to see if bungee with destiny will ever move into a state where it's like, okay. This is the thing will just keep giving expansions. And it'll just live on this weird space planet business in. We're gonna just leave it there. But yeah, I think having a full fledged sequel that sounds like it's going to have a lot of new stuff in it makes sense. But I'm just here. Like, I don't wanna buy another game. Yeah. I hear ya. I it's interesting. I you make a great point about a activision blizzard. For some reason, the the communication doesn't cross over those two entities. Right. Because blizzard seems figured this out and activision is like no we'll still put out new calls of duty, even though. I guess we're doing just a just a battle royale mode. And we were just talking about this last week, right? How do you come out with another call of duty next year with another different new battle royale when everybody else in that space is just making persistent game where all the.

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"pv" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It is of course, Adrian Edmonson as Everson PV it's general hooks play by Donald Gleason, don't Huq's. He question Dona Gleason the first actress. Star was history to have a name that's more difficult to spell in the character he plays. We don't know Huq's. His first name is, do we general. He's actually an opera, but general. Lieutenant Frank driven. I watched the the excellent feature length documentary on the last Jedi. I recently have you seen director and the Djeddai? Not one that one? Yeah, it. But at one point, Ron Johnson is sitting down just before the began and ease looking at Twitter and he comments how many tweets he's getting from people saying, do not kill Huq's. We will be destroyed if you kill hawks. So he is popular with the fandom. There are hawks heads out there, which would explain why he made this over slashes chrome. Houck's Huq's is fine what he was going to get killed off in jet. But evidently, evidently, yeah, fan power has saved Houck's. He's almost certainly get killed in episode nine. He has designs on the throne. Kyla Kylo will not tolerate will lead to Vader and fro a Kylo Ren into some kind of Pitt. He's not strong enough to lift anything. His first name is Armitage. No, there's no way he comes out. All right. So armee tux is easier to spell than doing Gleason spell, Donald Gleason. DOM NHA to blow. That incorrect the h. n. a. l. correct. I'm rubbing my hands weekly. That's. Number forty. Six CAD bane had buying love cat bay. Pain is actually, he is in fact a CAD. He's a bounty hunter for the planet Douro and he turned up in the clone wars. Animated series is kind of ongoing antagonised. That's true. That's what he sounds like. You. He is best pins reckoning. Cowboy. He's. I mean, what's not enough they because he's a cat. Lovely. Yeah, never heard of them. Don't care. Number forty, five count. Do clown. Duku Sedukh count the progenitor of the greatest one feature in empire. History counts Dupuis Sudoku which ran for one issue and people were not happy approved. Improve your Duku Lucasfilm approved or anyone approved apart from approved and that didn't go down well, and so that got killed very quickly. Koos fest, name count count. Okay. No one of course was his Darth named Bryan. Bryan Randy's though to Rambus Brian Duku. Count Duke account of Sorrento. Just by reading. Just his name is just surrender. Sorrento because he's from Sorrento. So this will not be decided by pal- false kills with a lightsaber. One of the best things about the prequel trilogy. I would say that's wrong. He, he, he flied to remember attack cleanse where he. Allies bike and there's a bit of music for was the voice, the wicked witches, music plays. Imagine that the curved lines abra handle. Yeah, count Duku maybe it's just do crew like prince or Madonna Cher forty, four Kassian and-or. Yeah, the guy the Tony Gilroy made even more nasty. Allegedly allegedly won that Tony. Allegedly allegedly inserted teens to make him more of a bad ass. He shoots fill in the back. What's his name? Now it's. Dunks drink. Yeah, this is a character. The hasn't really impacted on meters. I think there's a lot of good characters in rogue one. I had a flick through the list or their own and not only ones made it so well that everybody favor. Favor the blind fellow. That's always an list. That's fine. We're good. We're back in the game. All right. Number forty, four, Kassian and door. I wonder if that name was coined because and or right so and slash or you're never quite sure about his allegiances. Yeah, he's either or north good z.. Level of analysis. You're gonna get forty, three Sabine Renna love Sabine. Don't you? Great. Who is being Ren Sabine is a mandatory another one from the from the crew of of stalls rebel ship. So she hangs out with Ezra and Hera so many coming from the cartoons. They're very good west Star Trek is out actually trek. Shield up..

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"pv" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on The Interchange

"And you only have so many man hours and so that was where their focus was. And so in the earlier days of wonder, we actually were doing a ton of, you know, be be spoke underwriting as well as just the whole interaction was was pretty hands on. There's still a good amount of hands on interaction. Now I think is you can tell from Nick nice report, but we have since built out, you know, an application portal that is. Pretty in depth, allows us to gather high level project economics details around the project. And then that actually integrates with an in-house piece of software that we use for underwriting projects, and so that will get seamlessly integrated on the back end to our underwriting software. And then the software will actually do the initial underwriting. And so that will raise any red flags or yellow flags. If you will of things that you know whoever the person we are working on the project will then reach back out to the partner and it dig a little bit deeper on those items. But that gives us a really nice framework so that you take a lot of the what used to be just like a lot of manual entry and you've automated that. And so I will say maybe Nickens speak to his experience. But I will say that I think we've made some huge improvements on in terms of our partner portal in our partners. Platform, how, but also that that work is not done here. We are actively working on improving that to make that increasingly seamless us so that we can again improve improve speed, but also just improve that overall experience. Where do I categorize you guys? Are you a fintech company cleantech company? Had he think about yourselves? Yeah, I think you know we're most we are. We are admittedly a hybrid. I would call a clean tech company with healthy injection of fintech DNA. So guys did we do it? Have we cracked the code for commercial solar, we're doing it and were cracking it. Yeah, I don't want to get ahead of ourselves Stephen, but I think, yeah, I think we have this conversation again a year or two from now, we'll look back and say, we're at that false peak. That's what it kind of feels like. You know, we're coming up on this on this first of all, speak of the summit. We're all a little bit, you know winded and we're all super excited. Yeah, no timidly, I think, yeah. The next twelve to twenty four months. That will be the point when we actually get to the true summit and we can look down and look out across the US and the the hundreds of megawatts, hopefully gigawatts of solar that we've helped it still yet. No, Stephen, if I'd say we've cracked the code for commercial solar yet, but we are, what's we? You know, we hopefully this playbook continues to evolve in. We work out all the kinks in. We can then say to other folks throughout the country, hey, this is what did work. This is what doesn't work and together in concert. I think we're, we're getting there and as Knicks Ed, hopefully twelve months from now, we'll have made huge strides and we will have had huge success in in other places. We'll start to activate and we'll see that same type of economic activity though, and you get to the top of that peak. I know who's going to be cracking a beer. I'll be doing it with kirwin there for sure. That's Nikki naughty. The president of new Columbia solar in knicker when the director of partner development for wonder capital. If you want to finance projects using wonders platform, or if you want to invest in solar projects and earn up to seven point, five percent annually, go to wonder capital dot com slash GTM in if you wanna learn more about wonders. Incredible story. Just follow the link to their half year report in the show notes of this podcast.

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"pv" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on The Interchange

"A commodity market. So Nick, her win sweeps in without knocking on the door, pulls out his laptop from his backpack. He must have offered you guys something good. I mean, how are you financing projects before you met wonder, and and how are you doing it now? We were doing very similarly to how most other folks most other developers do it. They go to, you know, wealthy private equity shop, or you know, wealthy family office and finance were financing projects that way aggregating and bundling projects, and then letting them do all of the heavy lifting when you shift that task or that you know opportunity to be solved by some to somebody else you're giving up some of your profit opportunities, you know. So before where we were we, we wouldn't be able to command a higher partnership price because our partnership value wasn't there. And that's where. Air wonder is helped to provide that partnership value. That helps increase the amount of money that we can make on every single project. When we come to the table with somebody and say, hey, we already have our debt financing figured out. We already have our margins on our projects, all kind of put together in one red ribbon. It makes it a lot more appealing to somebody that's going to help us to to be a financial partner on the deal. We were just selling projects before, and now with wonder, instead of selling projects were able to dictate terms and dictate deals, Nick kirwin. You've clearly made Nikki Noddy and his team happy, but I'm sure that wonder got into this business for much more than that. Why did you decide to pursue small and medium commercial solar projects, which are the most notoriously difficult to execute? Yes. So we were looking at the market and we're seeing a huge growth in the residential sector, and we're seeing double digit growth in the utility sector. Year-over-year. Then we're seeing this anemic growth pattern in the commercial solar sector and the part of the reason or sitting there. And we're wondering, why is this pricing is coming down dramatically. There's great incentives all over the country. So what is what is the issue with commercial solar? And so fundamentally. And I think this is what you're alluding to Stephen is the transaction costs historically to fifty k. w. project has been incredibly similarity to do a five megawatt project. And so you know, the money for large scale has largely gone upstream. And then at the residential level, it's pretty straightforward because you can just underwrite a credit score. We decided, you know, one thing that hasn't happened is nobody has done what they've done in other markets, and that's take a technology based approach to solving the problem. And ultimately we decided we think that software can be the backbone that solves. Out of these issues and allows us to finance a lot of these smaller commercial solar projects. I wanna hear Nick, Speak about the ease at which the they're able to transact with wonder, that's music to our ears because that is the vision that we originally set out to achieve and to to see that manifesting now is really satisfied, especially since the majority of projects that we're working on with new Columbia are in that fifty to two or three hundred k. w. range it was, you know, hey, there's a huge opportunity here because everybody today has said, I don't want to tackle this problem and part of our ethos. And I think you know, key to our culture is we, we all have this collective mind set that no problem is too hard. And this belief in technology that you know software and technology and smart processes can be the bridge that gets us there. So how how has the platform evolved over time to meet. Customer need. There wasn't much of a platform. It was more like excel spreadsheets, say, Nick, fill out this, hey, g naughty. Fill out this excel spreadsheet with all your project information. Yeah, you know, one of our challenges and just to give you a sense of the history of wonder. Is that the way the way we've worked historically as you know, we've gone out and braised money from a variety of high net worth individuals and stood up funds at then taken that capital and deployed it into a diversified set of solar assets. And so you have this carthorse problem. And so the first problem that our software engineers tackled was building out in a really sweet platform for our investors..

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"pv" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on The Interchange

"Enjoy the episode. All right. I like it. Those LaCroix. Yeah, not yet. Not quite a LaCroix. This is Nick and Nick their friends, their fellow solar geeks, they do business together. The guy with the beer is Nick GM Nadi of new Columbia solar. He celebrating a new installation at his local brewery in Washington DC, right? Proper brewery. Shout out the other Nick is Nick kirwin of wonder, capital. His job is to find people like the other Nick in make projects happen. It got a little bit of a solar bromance thing going on and like a lot of good friendships. The two of them stumbled upon each other by pure chance. The story begins last summer when Nick her when his meeting with another developer in DC they said, yeah, you guys talked to to those guys over at new Columbia. The new Columbia guys are just blowing up. You should definitely be talking to them. So he does a Google search and checks out new Colombia's portfolio, man, they really are blowing up. They launched in March of two thousand sixteen in already have over forty commercial projects in DC. At this point wins got a couple of hours. Kill before heading back to Colorado. So he's over to new Columbia's headquarters, and headquarters is a generous way of describing it. Just walked in at that point. I don't think that a door on the lock. I think I walked up. I remember walking up and the front door just kind of like blowing in the wind out. So kind of like hollering around go up to the second floor. I, I see this piece of paper with new Columbia solar in a piece of masking tape taped to the door. And so I walk in and standing there in the middle of the room is Nick g Nadi talking to a couple of people in his sales team knit comes up and got his backpack slept on his back. And here we are up in Jerusalem yourselves, and you know, it was just perfect timing, perfect timing because wonder, capital has something that new Columbia needs badly at this point, something that all commercial developers need badly, but way to make financing projects, simpler. It also doesn't hurt to find a new solar buddy. It's been a kick ever since. Yeah, that was the beginning of the solar bromance our which quickly turned in to doing some deals together. Actually, this relationship turns into doing a lot of deals together in just one year. Wonder in new Columbia, closed twenty six commercial solar projects worth nearly seven million dollars and they've got another ten projects in the works right now. So how are these companies blowing up so fast? Just this year wonder, capital financed forty, eight projects worth thirty, three megawatts of capacity all around the US. That's commercial solar. That's eight hundred sixty nine million dollars in commercial solar projects in just the first half of twenty eighteen isn't commercial solar supposed to be really hard. I got a chance to speak with Nikki and Nadia Nick. Kerr went about how wonder in new Columbia are moving this many projects. And yeah, make no mistake. The traditional way of doing commercial solar is hard says Gianotti. It comes down to financing. It's hard for them to to for Bank in particular to get there to wrap their heads around it. It's not like a perfect like real estate, not. Perfect. Like a car loan me your gear dealing with with.

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"pv" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"pv" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Well um if you put you can try putting dense support on the top couple layers um of of your support now making it so that it's a um a 100 percent in phil support for the top two or three layer as long as that's dissolve lewis who are yes it well if you get the spacing just right with with breakaway support sometimes you can get that to work but the the higher density you have the the more likely ard have trouble i've never been you've ever gotten their many which i've gotten unruly simple things he had depending on the large large service areas you end up in there where the chisel in it does it usually works never worked for me of course the other ansari is used as obel support him in that as a level of complication sure which goes way beyond printing ended on diagonal and i've seen some even some industrial um uh you know dissolve 'able support machines that uh that that the results were very good so you know i've i've tried to do this since we got the new features and simplify three d where you can use a different extruders for support material and i found i'm having a lot of trouble with the pva filament pv filament it's not easy to print with on the eib lunch you open the package you can expect it to expand so you got a print it and use it the whole thing so you never by spla the stuff you buy a small package of it and once it's used forget it you know unless you seal it up in a special place it's likely to absorb any moisture in the air enter buys ban go to the storm vologda 25 pound bags of rice and bury it at at at actually worse than us unal unal think's pretty good death again now i anyway so i've i've i've i've tried it and it kind to work but men the the level of effort to get there it's not one of those things were you dial it in big bang bang bang pushbutton and your in your printing there is.

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"pv" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"You know you don't know what the blame it on and the at but the guy was doing the right thing he's not in the termite business he's in the a p business but he he feels obligated when he's in your roof fair you know what you call eyes yeah yeah we actually had a lot of business come our way because of situations like then people either doing renovations additions to their home pv like your pointing out and myself one i've been inspecting homes even if i i spent the whole day there you know there's only so much of a home you can see visually with s without me tearing down your walls are holding off drywall you have wood studs behind the drywall you have an attic space that might be accessible so there's lots of areas that even the best inspector out there might not be able to see all of those areas so a lot of what we do is sometimes making interpretations of things from what we can see versus the history of the home what you know about it when the last time you treated and then just just the nature of the beast that work were looking for and here here's what i'm trying to talk about everybody to you today everybody my gordon as the sales manager for come i know turbine pest control and one of the many things we look at is what sorta treatment you neither when you need it and come is not in for the for the short haul they're in it for the long term and you can get help from them as some of the things you want to do your own they're the most qualified pest control company in the state i want you to go look for yourself i come on the termite dotcom combine termi dotcom even if you skull it kinda closely it lead you to it calm line termi dotcom and for those you than her a challenged i will i will listen the all the select nine asian her combine of a termite pest control so you you do what you.

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"pv" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Seen suggests that bitcoin is not for the faint of heart with that said if you held onto bitcoin from a thousand you'll be up over a five hundred forty percent by team melissa not bad sima thank you we should note that reuters just reported that former hedge fund manager invest money friend mike no the grads bought fifteen to twenty million dollars worth of bitcoin over the weekend presumably on that declined from warren bitcoin let's bring in commodity king dennis carbon who joins us from virginia beach high dennis good to see you good to be seen what's your pv bitcoin i think it's utter and complete nonsense i wish mike nova gretz does well i wish everybody who trades bitcoin and the and the and the myriad numbers of cryptocurrencies i wish them all well i've traded commodities all my life i was a floor trader on the board of trade in chicago i can remember bond trading limit up and limit down at the same time i've seen all the volatility that one can imagine but this is nonsense this is a this is a market where four criminals this is a market for millennials this is a market for tour punters but there's no value here whatsoever this reminds me so much of the of the tool of bold mania in holland of other bubbles that we have seen and they always end badly if it wants to go to ten thousand let it go if it wants to go to zero let it go i shall not traded it is not something i find any interest in whatsoever the volatility would keep me on the sidelines on i think everybody would do well to do the same cairns and bitcoin cans got a question why annan bid quaint i mean we have seen with things that are considered.

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"pv" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"In that has engendered a lot of opposition among groups who republicans would like to be supportive of this bill and instead have come out and said were foursquare against here's the magic of tax reform now the reason it hasn't been done in thirty years is that every time cut some taxes raise other taxes somebody's going to lose right there is always a winner there's someone right now is making billions and billions is bearing zero percent tax that other people don't want this catch plans are republican type of what their clear winner it's the wealthy and the middle class hurt i mean and this tax bill we currently fee now they are cutting things like tax credit for student loans and adoption and adding a five twenty nine four pv exactly exactly twenty nine four feet of unborn baby that make cut that is sweating it sounds like a school saying well then we need people need to read this stand on bill and you talked about united front are they going to talk to the democrats i mean bipartisan in congress for leaving to got to talk to the other side yeah i fact the point is so high and you try to get everybody on do you think they're going to try i mean there are ten republicans and ten democratic senators from states that trump won were up for reelection next year are they going to try to get some of them they should try and honestly they should the democrats should listen i mean there and it they're in a tough spot by opposing the sight unseen simone sanders josh homes just green thank you so much a priest one on all where's hours away from president trump departing for his first trip to asia the white house has already sending a strong message about the language he might use when it comes to talking about north korea that's next stay with us.

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"pv" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"If you go to defendfamily dot com and one of the things you're talking about he's you know what if god forbid you find yourself in the situation you know how do you think in is situational awareness is what you teach also gun safety is a big part of what the uscca's all about that's right sean and thanks for having me on a creek o'clock you again and you're right you're a few fierro vote education training and really helping empowering average us and to be that responsible gun owner in that first line of defence for further family enough i gotta tell you what really quick of being my body with that oman powers that you played with the media in hollywood pv there in may shake their fingers add up and they look at a flyover safeco calming people that don't leave gun when in fact could bear all their all guarded by armed guard and the fact of the matter is that mr the us department of justice study typical every day american responsibly armed americans you've gone one and a half million time or more every single year could stop crimes crimes like rape armed like murderers soaps or don't tell me that guns only do bad thing it's actually quite the opposite you know i wanna remind people too because you know i i have people on this program lifelock i believe leave in protecting your identity we have so many great advertisers legalzoom is in other advertiser we have a simply safe home security is an advertiser in the uscca you do advertise with us and i only take on advertisers i believe it and you know what we're talking about gun safety today and tim is with us.

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"pv" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"More sports center at night also streaming live on the us pnn it's all coming up after all miss topranked alabama a lot to build on if you're yukon today yeah again a lot of young players stepped up and played pretty well um looking to get better again building as randy edsel takes over for the second time and now what was the question everyone had about ben hicks coming in the game was completion percentage i think he's around seventy two percent for the game so much better for ben heck senate smu will head to houston next week for yukon may get set for a showdown against memphis and that's a tiger team at a scoring points and bone truths the shoe you showdown tonight in the american memphis at ucf two offenses that could put a lot of points at that should be upon the gloom jewish kicking off overawed espn two in orlando ucf see the coach frost in memphis that was a game that was postponed because of hurricane urban brave pv the quarterback yet merely arkansas transfer iranians great to work with you again glad you're doing well both you want our producer major live in orlando so you went through those hurricane affects first date we did great to work with you as well chama yet we made it through and we see the news in notes out of the american today earlier that us f a lot of people taking them to be the group of five team that makes it to a big time ballgame but i think there's some other teams of the american that are going to fight for that spot a us up clearly the front runner but smu hoping to leave their imprint when it's all said and done it's going to be a pawn structure of american athletic football over the next couple of loss it's really a great conference i do a lot of american.

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"pv" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on WEEI

"Best for these harder to future euro musician gonna let trade fall through because you don't want to give in and give him a second round pick but it it it's i'm here what you're saying so you're saying like pride isn't as big as a fifth is a terrible ask pv picked in the nba draft time you could have three of them blue we had a deal we agreed to the deal does your answers you're moving the you're moving the goalposts spoke at the end of the game and tell me and then crying all pour me so i get it so what's the big deal won't meet because you guys trying to openly take advantage of you because he thinks that you're desperate icee he's more deaths i understand needs it more and it wouldn't be hide she should swallow his pride but another little me this law my pie understand but annulling principle getting away if i really i i honestly think that second round picks in the nba and don't bother texting because i realized that there's good players in the second round on the nba but with the celtics will be drafted fifty two fifty eight or whatever it's going to be honestly i think this piece of paper is just as much value yeah i'd say it's rates is airraid it but it also sets a precedent two with future trades that you do while you give vis vis vis for this guy okay now you want this other do now you want anthony davis and what will be we're going to compare players the player look at you gave altman look at you gave the cavs you gotta give me more than that davis is a better player and he's younger and he this is that see i think there's more to it than just pride i need there's there's there's future big picture issue that could come up because this guy colby altman kinda got ahead of himself and now he's finds himself in a pickle who now it's it's it's it's a game of chicken all right south experience what do you do the media do you let pride nights i mean you just sit there and tell cobi altman balgley go pound sand what do you do can be.

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"pv" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Apiece arman each one my question comes down to only quoting the old 27 hit your 2000 hours of pv each ira per year mi hertie myself in the long run by not combining two into one farm were maybe i would take advantage of a a greater opinion no not necessarily in other words year focusing a little too much i think on glassware and not enough on the wine what we have to recognizes that different brokerage accounts different ira accounts different financial institutions they're all wine glasses and it really doesn't matter in one sense of you're not having any material impact on yourself by having lots of accounts had lots of institutions and lots of different registrations now that really makes any difference all you're doing is collecting stemware what really matters is what wine or you pouring into each of those glasses and that is what matters it's the asset allocation decision in other words within a single ira account you can own as many different investments as you want in a single glass you can poor as many different types of lic with as you wish and we would argue that you have lots of different liquids they can although in one glass you can have a single ira account will you can have within that single ira all whole bunch of different investments and that is the real key but you should be focusing on okay that makes sent brian how old are you thirty four and these are ira counts benin you're going to hold them until you're in your 60s at least correct correct so that's a thirty plus year holding period what's your attitude about risks scale of one to ten one is low tennis high how do you feel about risk tolerance i'm not very good i'm pretty rich colored car with a up in it at least seven okay based on your answers it would make sense since you have a high risk tolerance and you have.

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"pv" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"pv" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"On there and they're really it's it's quite a body of work and it represents seemed barely four years of of uh of his time during which he was doing many of the things we mentioned earlier making paramount pictures making pv shows live appearances cetera i'm also i have a soft spot for film that's probably an unmitigated disaster but for me it's very interesting called which way to the front in an um which jerry is a businessman uh during world war two tries to organize a group of misfits who are going to go and murder hitler there's ashley scenes of hitler you know in his in his bunker in his halas in berlin um played by the father of the actor rob morrow and um it's it's it's crazy movie it's 1919 sixty nine or seventy you can't imagine anything you know so nazis clearly ripping off a you know mel brooks and springtime for hitler in the producers but you know he's he he's actually making springtime for hitler he's not backstrom movie about making of streetcar group were um it's it's crazy butter but i i'm fascinated by i've seen it a couple of times it's gotta be tough to kind of divorce yourself from a subject after a book about the subject comes out how immersed in jerry lewis news are you still to this day immersed no but cognizant um you know i do have a google alert set for um the phrases jerry lewis on las vegas so that uh i i catch a lot of news about him when that happens there's not a month i was gonna say a week but it's more like a month goes by when you know i i get some someone throws me a piece of information or said hey have you seen this just the other day um somebody writing about twin peaks episode 12 and uh how did this she th the comic bits and the inner weird it's just go on and on and on and on and you're waiting for breaking it compared it to jerry lewis.

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