17 Burst results for "Panaji"
"panaji" Discussed on The Hedge
"We were like we're going to deliver this guy get we don't care, and that's really a lot of applications don't care. A lot of applications would just rather drop it just get rid of the packet if you can't deliver it on time be done with it. But do delivered if you can't deliver it, please deliver it within this jitter window and so yeah, those are two distinct ways of looking at fording or the network from an application perspective. One of the parts of that and I'm sure it's somewhere in questions is the question of enforcement, right? If I tell you. please. Over this within ten milliseconds or whatever before this time, for example. What happens if you don't And I mean, maybe laugh GonNa work maybe I just dropped the pack. Can recover but if I selected a path Because I think he's going to give me a set of properties and it doesn't ideally I can go fix it or I can go find out where it failed. And if I'm talking about into Maine where I have two or three domains narrow. It may not have failed in my domain. or The n domain may have failed in some transfer domain and I, think this goes only to the operation but the incentives as well. Because if I'm the guy in the middle transmitting all these all this packets, I need some type of incentive monetary incentive probably. To enable this, because at some point, someone's going to come and tell me hey, you couldn't deliver this. I'm going to penalize you or. Something right that is hiding behind one of the later questions and it's something that we're not really addressing as marching Panaji. Something that we spent a fair amount of time thinking about in plus. And the the best answer that we had is that almost every path property that you could offer on one of these paths, right is something that is actually at. Some cost verifiable through active measurement and in the second insight is that if you're sending packets down a path, you're actually measuring that path the same time right like. So this was actually led into the whole chunk of work that we did in the mommy project on the spin bid is we realized that we really wanted to have passively observable latency as part of the billing to verify the properties of certain has using a box that isn't the point right like. Your local network has a little, not an enforcer box, but a box whose job it is to make sure that the properties that you think you're getting are consistent with the latency time series that you're seeing off of that rate 'cause late and see if you have your own loss information on pathway information, you can derive almost everything else into about the network path from just those two time series but not where the problem is in the path I think is without. That's part of the problem is you know where it is. So this problem we wildly hand waved like. Right that's a that's an opera, a market opportunity for somebody who figures out the innovation right? The point is that the the the general way to handle the non trustworthiness of the information about network has trust but verify right like..
"panaji" Discussed on The Hedge
"And you know and it's not it's not even it's not even that anymore honestly is it's the same protocol law to some extent and how much of that is Ethernet has more and how much of that is that any anything that you run ip over must be named Ethernet right? There's a little bit. Between between one hundred and a gag between a gig one, hundred gig. There have been a couple of sort of. Let's we're GONNA we're, GONNA, change the requirements here, but we're going to call up the same thing. But yeah, it's an Wifi wireless ethernet because like and we found a packet format we're going to keep that almost seems to be the model that works like almost nothing else seems to work in terms of a model. I don't know I turned into the new Ethernet, right? Like we did the exactly the same thing I p four six or the same protocol. And and to some extent, and it's interesting because it to some extent you you could think of the problem that we're carving often Panaji in terms of okay. Well, you have Internet and that's link layer and we we have a whole vocabulary talked about link layer properties right lucky in order to. Actually build equipment that works the way it's supposed to and talk to you need to sort of like no things you need to know another path characteristics especially when you're dealing with wireless, you know there's a bunch of numbers that go into an equation and it spits out how faster supposed to go right like. So that's it doesn't work if you don't understand the link characteristics, Ip kind of takes. Most of that and outsource it down to layer to the routing protocols. All have like this idea of we're gonNA take all of those those link characteristics put down into a number so we can use metrics. The way that we've handled that in transport pass is basically just to assume that everything looks like running over Ethernet and control loop that reacts to two things when they turn out to be different than than over Ethernet or one.
"panaji" Discussed on The Hedge
"Know the amount of implementation a little bit more deployment now, and it was a an interesting at like academic question about the space of architecture because the way that works is the network makes available information about multiple pass that a packet take to the endpoint and the endpoint essentially chooses a path by putting cryptographic header on the packet that only the each hop along that path can decrypted forward. So the olive voting logic is replaced by essentially sort of this this encrypted labels back. So the forty logic is is super easy. The control plane gets difficult because now you need all of the end points to know all the possible paths through the network. And the fascinating thing to be about that was well, what if what if we actually take that part of the of the? Of Science. So the thing where the end point actually has a little bit more control over which Pathak chooses what we take that part of it, and we think about the class of architectures that look like that. Because, it looked a lot like the architecture that a lot of people in the transport area of the. ATF wish they had right where you actually could then sort of like, say something to the networker select things and part of this was that fascinating question part of this was within the Mommy project we put together a off. And the idea of called plot plus for the past earlier UDP substrate, which is basically a signaling layer that would stick between UDP and some other protocol off quick in order to be able to put signaling information for the path that was a little bit more semantically rich and much more durable than the DNC code point that that transfer protocols could hook into both of these ideas were sort of like smashing around in my head and. Then plus we could also do an episode of. A look back at Whitefield plus was sort of failure and well, I mean I think I think that from the beginning placing like routing, which is essentially what we're getting into raise is is kind of problematic from a networking perspective. So energy is kind of source routing, but not we'll get into why it's not in a minute. And plus was about was about. Basically replacing DPI with explicit signaling. Information, rate. And the the answer, the idea that it was like well, we're going all the trouble and encrypted. Why would we actually hand it back to the network got caught up in this whole discussion about the the balance of power between the end points the network, which not an offer to. Honestly yeah, it's not a profitable discussion. Yeah. So the the the snarky way to say what is Panaji Panaji is, well, if you're not going to give me these five bytes in the uni be header a than I'll take all of those extra bits in. The IP address that you're not using right like. So because the idea is the way that you get network treatment inci on is you choose a path? That caused the network properties that you want, and it's like if you if you could actually kind of you have a lot of the primitives to do this with you know the the the RFC's we've already published rate likes of the data plane for something like the energy looks a lot like a segment routing, right? Like basically say, I want you to I will take this and I'm going to send it over here and I want you to send it over here and I want you to send it over here and each of the if I have information that control plan that gives me..
"panaji" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Talk radio five sixty K s. President Trump called Stephanopoulos, little wise, guy got the sound coming up stuff. But why did you talk to molar? I did. I answered written questions. Why did you talk the Miller? I did. I sent Mcgann over there. We have too much written, but union go talk. Why didn't you Georgia little wiseguy shut up? We cooperated little wise guy, George. Everybody knows it. Exactly. So what's he doing there? What the hell would Stephanopolous doing there in the first one? Sorry I'm really ticked about this. The Syrian coming here cleanup necessary. Damn day what was doing their courses little wise guy. Here's the president this morning on FOX and friends. I guess this is he now would report anything that needed to be reported to the FBI. Of course you have to look at it. Because if you don't look at it, you're not gonna know. But of course you give it to the FBI or reported to the attorney general or somebody like that. But of course you do that. You couldn't have that happen with our country that everybody had to say. Clear. Fact, I actually said at the beginning, I think I do both. But how if you don't hear what it is? Well, if I don't listen to know now, if anything was incorrect or badly stated reported to the attorney general, the FBI report it to law enforcement there is exact opposite of what he said, you need to call me. I what do I want to call? The FBI yesterday was operative. This is trying to clean up a mess that somebody I'm sure convinced him, he had made and I know it's got to be somebody who's who's governed in defined by what the media is say about you. And believe me, those people all around Trump, they're all around him in the White House all around him at all, everywhere, he goes Heller, all around me. You can't escape people who think that the media needs to be Panaji. Let me grab a quick call Mark in Cape creek. Arizona. Great to have you. You're up first today circle. Oh, hi, rush. Thanks for taking my call. One point. One point. Nobody's brought up is why on God's green or would Trump. Call the FBI giving their history of aiding corruption if he did the only thing they would do leak, spin it and begin another investigation. Well, look that is a great great point given the all too real attempts, by the upper echelon of the FBI MVP Obama administration destroy Trump to lie about it to try to get the electorates overturn why in the world. Would you trust anything that organization that the answer is that theoretically that crowd is gone, including Rosenstein gone? Now you've got Christopher Ray rolling the FBI. You've got you've got bar as the attorney general so theory is that the F B I is, is not made up of those vipers. That were out there colluding with them at five and six the Brits, and the Australians in order to overturn the election results. In essence running a silent coupe at the point over all is right on the money if you're Donald Trump, and this happens Komi, set you up and all these other people are setting you up and running spies into your organization or trying to why in the world, would you turn anything over you suspect to them, this, the one thing about yesterday that bugged the hell out of me? When did the FBI become so prominent that anything questionable in the campaign? They get to determine when did this start. It's another mantra or.
"panaji" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"This is this is exciting. Because I have interviewed a lot of people on this podcast two hundred two hundred. Yeah, they're over two hundred episodes. I'm raining introduction. Quiet. Off the carpets. But this one feels sit of. Slightly emotional slightly wonderful feels like had I known this fifteen years ago when we met it would have been a bizarre sort show. Sure, it would have been what those days where we both beauty additives going on for fun presser together. Yeah. So my guest on this episode of the Magan show is an aerobics resi who among other things the co founder of makeup, and so much has happened for you in the last fifteen years. And I don't know how you're going to take this. No. But I feel as though even the first time I have met you. The it was inevitable. Yeah. You one of those people. It was inevitable. You were gonna take over the world. Oh my God. I've never heard anyone say that about me before. And that's very very sweet because I actually felt the same about you. I just remember the Panaji that comes from Emma. Obviously all listen to a parka. So, you know, but there's a you're just very funny and situa warmth about you when Burlington above both start crying in this. It's fine. But yeah, it was so excited to be Milt makeup here. It's been three years of living breathing mill makeup in the US and now bringing here finally this week, and it's really exciting. And it does feel like a moment. And it feels like this particular territory has been like a hard fought one. It feels all the sweeter for being here. Totally we've been it's funny. You look our social platform, which now is a million deep on Instagram. The majority of all messages come from people in the UK. And obviously, I come from not obviously bio is a beauty editor in the UK before I moved to New York, and it's all my friends as well here all who still all in the beauty industry. Like, what is where did this brand come from? And when you getting here, and that has been so satisfying and truly the rocket up our proverbial 's together. Yeah, you know, and it's happened. We've gotten incredible team behind it. But just the just the buzz this week has been off the child's kind of mind blowing makes tingle a little bit. So I said it was inevitable. You're going to take over the world, and it could have been anything. So I'm interested to kind of lifelock horseback day dot and why it was this. Because when I first met, you you were beauty editor that you was so much more. You like the beauty to the Mukden did a bit of modeling hand model, you would've you would've carried an entire set on your back to shoot location is it was going to be worth the shot, and you were very listeners know, my background. But I'll say when I came into magazines in London I was from local newspapers, so I've been doing tea parties and cake sales. And then I would see someone like you. And it was like we'll she's the real deal because she's like making it happen as you flying out to New York, and she's doing shoot with this celebrity, and that means so much. But I think you're right. And that's maybe why we would try to show the. Beginning because I'm grafter. I'm definitely an all round. I will if anyone needs my help doesn't matter like how high you are in food chain know, how low you I think all about everybody should help. And down manage up manage down. Yeah..
"panaji" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"I believe maquis would start me. So that he could hear the fans go when announcer. You're my starting left-wing number twenty of and dusted. It's unbelievable. Yeah. But like, what do you good in Edmond thirty every year? Just Greeley could play was cousin the sheet like what what doomed you from the start? Basically. There was the offer sheet. I'd say. Behind the eight ball Dedic say, yes. And they just coming coming up about that loss. Not it wasn't a lot. They had they had two years of moved from that sound a couple would be loss Carolina and the kind of help part after that. And then I think we pull out from or what the other way Anaheim or here come first win the Cup. So the team was on apartment. I went up in an offer sheet and Lupul was just leaving from there. And. Yeah. It was. Tim like the can't wait to get their hands on you like they start taking full page ads. Everybody's phase like trade him thinking about into the woods. Senate will miners by busy articles in the paper everything a while. When was the funniest thing you heard as far as chirp from one of the fans while you're walking from the dressing room to the ice in that like. Little entrance way. They had where the fans could basically had their hands at the players. There was quite a few heard. I think muddy views are pretty good. He was running to be a one game. And the reason they stand angel. Is at any jobs even. You just put your head down and just everybody just buying walk. Good. Guys would be sprinting by Britain by like by one another. There was cement you basically run on cement Walker vaster. Look thrones there but yelling shame. As the period. No. As the games ended the fans back. Let's go go be sprinting just. Got. Were you there when what we desperately whichever year? I was there. But one of the years, we were lose that home nine to Chicago and our room Sanso to going. We want ten we won ten. That was that was another moment. Never forget. And then probably the best trip biz that I had was after one of the games. Adrover thirty five minutes up to willa go where the cross the street from that green. And you know, got home to shoot back in the truck and went to the grocery store to get some comfort food, and I was. Fang wherever the cashier domes probably Arnold, fourteen fifty six someone that she looked young are maybe just premature at birth. But she was scanning my grocery solar looking up in my. Then she kinda looked like your that the best in Panaji and. Yeah. So I might be the only person my family likes you. I've been Tim without you. If you're. Even even sherpa Connor mcdavid. Now, those guys at the movie theater when he was goons though, still I mean Christ issue kissing his feet. He's the savior. Pens, so overall, experiencing Emerton awesome..
"panaji" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"It's a little bit hazy for me, I was in school. And I remember him starting this business called monger design, and he was like really really stirred because he liked Bulte website because it was back in the early nineties, and he was like, yeah, we need a website. And this is what we're going to do. And I've got these these two looms, and I'm gonna make this thing called a working weaving museum and art house, and this is how I'm going to build this business. It was a real passion project him in the beginning. I think he just had the skills Renault. What to do with him? And he just started like he just he just loves class. He loves the design the field tach everything about it. He just is absolutely end up with. So it was for him. It was just like he's like crazy scientist, you just can't stop him from creating and the other thing about is whether the name Mungo designs come from a story behind is actually quite a well-known. It's a well-known takes all term and back in the day and the ticks. Moles? They would obviously we their premium class, and they were all these offcuts and what they'll do that. We've something called Mungo which was basically like unless a quality Maura cycled type cloth. So actually doesn't really have a huge amount to do with what we do today because we got actually doing recycled goods really high end quality goods, but he just loved the name and christened that from day one. So that's why we ended up with everyone Everyone knows. knows peaceful. We're talking about the looms and one of the things that fascinated me when I visited the the mill down pleasant bay, and here just a little sort of looming session myself down says that quite spectacular machines, very complicated nuts and bolts, it's quite an e skill and the best on you have several different types of looms as well. Could you explain the different types of looms of us? The oldest looms you've got the T Lancashire limbs that are in play it McVay at the mall bear and to shuttled hymns, and they we've with a tree salvage which is really beautiful element to any text to have his trees elevage. They would like the workhorses of manga right from the beginning. And then we've got the patches loom, which is in Capetown that's doing that one product the Cook's class. So the Lancashire looms actually they have a system on the top. So they can quite complicated designs, they kind of retrofitted, so basically like taking t car and putting a different engine. And so there's a lot of kind of chopping and changing that went on with those. In the beginning. So those two they just really beautiful specimens of machines were courses. Don't really give us any troubles. They slow but the techs come off emerges, absolutely beautiful. So that's that's the cheap. The limbs looming in Cape Town is is what we would normally would have been used for Harris tweed. But now, we we've got quite a basic. We've happening tee-times tool and that and that's good that's Cook's class, which doing it kitchen towel on. And then we've got to redeem 's which kind of what what came off to the Lancashire looms, and they have a specific system where it can replace its own shuttle and burns when we could even too long sleeves now when we could we one five routines. So it was also it's quite interesting to see kind of the just the progression of how the industry worked back in that in the day of how how technology what would take a lot of manpower would take this this until today, you can have an entire. Floor full of like ten looms one person would actually be able to use them that was Tessa holding from the textile brand Mungo design she's talking to monocle Karen Panaji, and you can hit the full interview on the.
"panaji" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I'm not sure how many people actually who are maybe more casual fans know, who he is why it matters on what the impacts going to be on on Ventas. And and Anita. And I genuinely don't imagine. I generally don't know. So giving you think this now? Poesy? What does he do? And what's he going to do? This is an interesting thing about what he's going to do. He obviously liked him. Can Josh conjunction with Fabio Panaji. A lot of the times. He was seen as the man who dealt with the economic aspect of buying and selling players practice. She would scout them talk to him then him if you know he'd have the final say if it's very big player than it would be envy. Anion have the final say, so Chelsea fans. But I cheat is Michael was was Michael Manalo and author was marina Greenwich sky. Right. The way it works in Chelsea they worked. But. My I'm very disappointed that he's fu- vent is. I do think that he would wise old head there. -mongst very. Very excitable characters. He's somebody who's a little bit more cautious. But at the same time he knows when to take risk like saying. Okay. So we know Antonio Conte on a good job. And I'm not sure that was too much. But basically saying, yeah, I really put my behind him being coach if you've unto that see what he can do we introduce you vent his back to that winning mentality. Just arrived from the happen to. Yeah. Well, he who did who just arrived at twenty seven. I I just. just. He was somebody who really like the idea of being the manager. What I think is also important him how he's good at creating relationships with other teams with all the president's with others voting diabetes to create synergy to be sure to get the great Italian youngsters in to help with that one of those great relationship with oversee spoil, you know, had he been around like if he continues to be around perhaps was key king have somewhere to go. You know? But now there's gonna be a case of competitor hand that same relationship photo or will that directly into engine damaged. I little bit. Sue. I think they are a little bit damaged do that into gain a lot from it. Saying he's not the grew scouts and identifies people. But he's the guy who can get deals done. Yeah. So there's a thing which is sort of hard to quantify in football. But I think he can be really important which is to. Which almost your reputation. What you've earned from being in football long time as volleyball royalty will get phone calls. Marlton will get phone calls about players being available. We'll get phone calls about all sorts of different situations. They don't transmit and noble people who still don't by the way. But I think it's something that he brings twin is context book of people who call him. I think that's one of these sort of little things that people don't always see transfers me. Right grand. Narratives VO this team went out and go about players. Well, maybe because this agent called that guy like it's not always like as as of and mapped out as as people imagine it to be sometimes it starts with that person relationship. And I think he brings it ton of personal relationships with an Italian football. But actually now all across the European football from his time event to benefit from what I. Mike counter thoughts on on this. Which was guys came in. Here is. I think there has been a problem with into dating back to win which I don't think has changed of of too many cooks, Tori level, and he comes in. And he has this job title. I mean that I got which doesn't translate into English like we often event is referred to as the CEO, but you've already have a CEO. So he's the CEO on the sporting side..
"panaji" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Area Malone extra lives in Bedford. But she works here. So they got a little bit. But it wasn't like Dan co heaven, it's Barbra end over Lawrence and wanna over there. Alexandra Chandler over there and ethics. So build up a good candidates that we're just not both four communities in Laurie had if you look at our numbers up here in Chelmsford Lowell westward tyngsborough, Drake. She she just cleaned up. And that that helped carry her through the district if you can finish well throughout the district. But certainly those numbers of the Cambodian community has really grown in strengthened organization in in in lull in the past couple of years did did did they favor any particular candidate in this race? Skippered? Skippered twenty one twenty two percent. He did a great job getting in getting support from the Cambodian. Have. You looked at the precincts. Where there's a lot of Cambodians residing predominantly vote in Cambodian Kenyans. Do very very well. He he was even beaten warriors a few of them. Really so interesting, you know, racist. Like, this are just gold mines. I'm sure for people like you, and I talk Stephen Panaji talk for our listeners. Where we get to sort of dive into all these just incredibly interesting results. Because course, you know, as somebody watching this both Gifford in co for me were somewhat unknown. Entities. Of course, we talked to comb as the chief of staff from Ari Walsh. But they there was this feeling they sort of came in and were fresh faces. And I was surprised at how strongly they did in the district. What do you think? Why do you think that was? Money. And using that money wisely. Franko right. They use it wisely. They did feel good social media. They weren't Br. They used it wisely. Look at the except for one who didn't quite raise a million dollars before Barbara, Barbara what talion Gifford co Laurie always the million or more much more. I'm sorry to interrupt. You Senator I was wondering I'm just getting back to wanna Matteis, and that's huge Lawrence. Dan Rivera miss. I is that is that how she did it. Oh, sure. Well, that's one of the things she had a huge turnout in there with me. Piguet? Have a boat out there too. And one. Was gonna represented them for the most part Bobby did too. But one is closer to the communities that we're turning out open. Wow. It's just such an that isn't a very exciting thing to watch just when you see a candidate. And frankly, I mean, you know, because I'm not really out of the state house anymore because I've been doing so much radio. I haven't gotten a chance to meet sort of newer candidates up on beacon hill. And so my first real brush with with wanna Matteis was covering this race. She blew me away. She's just really great to to hear from. I think seeing her in debates was where I really got a sense of her confidence that comes across. So clearly, and yet she's also sorta relatable as so as great to sort of see new candidates like this great to sort of CO a story a surprise like this happen as well. From this race in the third. They're gonna be all go look at this. And do a lot of dissecting in come up with a lot of different different information. Little nuggets. That'll be moving forward into the new new millennium here electoral Massachusetts about Rick green. Now, you know. Whoever ends up winning this how by the way, how long do you think this will play out in terms of a recount, well, I think he has the NF. He's probably have to Friday for a to file recon. I believe that being said you can either recount the whole district or you connected to leave. You can have the option of returning certain cities and towns, okay? Okay. I believe that's true. I'm not. I don't see it going far beyond this week. Or I don't know. What do you do? I think you're going to a couple of weeks. Looks like Dan co is is just out with a statement. He's not conceding. But he he says that the final outcome. The election will not be known for a few days. Well, there you go talk to us. Ballots at any absentee ballot postmark yesterday still needs to become. Talk to us about the Republican in the race. And yeah. And and certainly I mean, you know, it's not the Cape in terms of conservatism or little areas in Massachusetts where there are conservatives. But certainly there are there is a conservative streak. What do you see for district, especially up in the wall, and the ethics part of that district is the Republicans have done very very well up there. I mean squat well with right through their other than Lawrence. You know, maybe a little bit. But. I'm trying to Charlie Baker and they play through the Merrimack valley area. Is that in? I think Worcester county, you know, we're about to Whistler is a really good spot for Republican. That's a big part of the district internal, so you know, certainly could play out there. And when he gets the other part of the district. I think you'll have difficulties. Yeah. Which part? We're talking about the concord sunbury McCarthy about the Pittsburgh area and certainly Lawrence, right? Lawrence itself. Yes. That's the whole Merrimack valley Lawrence. An outline or even with those big. Go strongly overwhelmingly democratic but those other areas even though get gross. I mean, the Republican get actually win more by a little bit. But that's. The one huge Republican votes and some of these special elections, right? Very interesting. What? What are you? So it's mainly with with co. People responded to a fresh face. I mean, we talked about money obviously, needing a million two. I think he just wanted a great campaign from any. He was able to keep it going for, you know. We period on TV or whatever it was. It was very, you know, so he had presents. And you had a great field organization. They were out. Oh my God. It was in. This is just a very myopic perspective on Twitter just looking at his volunteers in their presence on social media that was very strong. And I know that's just a very small part of the operation. But it's good to have that face. It's good to have those young faces out there supporting you and doing what they do on social media. The one thing I will say about this whole race. And don't understand it about the life of me is every candidate went after the progressive vote, which is fine at the younger vote, usually, but no one really substantial way significant way one out after the senior citizen vote at the end of the day in a democratic primary mess to you know, the senior citizens are coming out to vote and they vote democratic mostly. It's so interesting because you know, this is one of the things we're talking about with the Kaplon Alano Presley raise, which is I mean, all of the advantages that Kappa wanna oh has and the fact that he did nothing wrong at all not only that he actually is absolutely voting with the district, you know, one of the advantages that he had was a course that the older senior vote was certainly going to be going with him, and the and the sense was that the millennials aren't going to back up their support with actual votes at the polls. And so to see that. That not end up being the case in the seventh is actually sort of another fresh surprise. Yeah. All of them were really really campaigning for that. Because they get out the vote, but but at the same time as you're doing that you should have a strategy on the on your on the other hand going after the elderly. But yeah, I agree senior citizen issues that are very important. You know that needs to be addressing a substantial way significant way during during the campaign, and I didn't really see that walking while you get a more of something. But wasn't anything real consistent? You know, you're right. And I mean, it's so interesting because this is the deal. I mean, I've been we've been talking about this huge surprise in the seventh congressional, and it just seems like especially in the valley slash thirty congressional district that sort of an issue is very Merrimack valley issue, basically, the elderly dealing with serious issues where people are worried where their mother and father are going to be whether they're going to be well cared for considering just sort of the people. I talk to. Uncovered in Lowell. I mean in this. Of course, is this way across the state. I'm not saying, but I mean, I can see that Merrimack valley that being a tremendous issue. And you know, it's funny. I was talking to Kevin Frank about these districts. I can see you on a Presley as the face of the minority majority district that is the seventh. And I I when I would talk to Laurie. I would it's like I could see all the people I interviewed in the mayor Miramax valley and hear it. Just seemed to me. To be the face of that community that that area. Certainly appear to you know, her appeal up here for and she grew up here. Since she was a kid. Whitehall volleyball player. What all diner? I mean, just a down to earth person. And even though she had a westward address. He was still from you know, what I mean? Connections world here and that show. All right. Well, were you did you give your endorsement or forgive me for not knowing? No, I stayed out of it. It was funny. You work for so many of the people in you know, them well, excuse me and. Tough one. Well, I certainly there's still more to watch. And we so appreciate Larue giving us a great sense of what's going on up there. Former state Senator Stephen Panaji Ataka's, thanks for joining us. Thank you. Bye. Bye. All right. Let's hit a quick break. We.
"panaji" Discussed on KTRH
"I'm clyde lewis you're listening to ground zero i met my first blended soul or my birth hybrid person against caroline corey we've had her a guest before the program and i remember she said something about it and i was with brattle sin at the time and we were there the get the five day festival that we're in las vegas we were blown away by what she had to say and that's why i think it's interesting that judy carol now is on the program talking about how will enter book extraterrestrial presence on earth a lesson history she does say that she has conscious awareness that spans two planetary connections zeta gray earth human and she realized that she has this foot in both worlds i guess and we're talking about that earlier you were saying that i guess the greys were signalled back rafter you know after the bombs went off and they were they were sent the message and as i was explaining that that was some of the things that we're talking about with the manhattan project was that if they were going to set off a bomb would send a something big out into space so that alerted the the grays of course is that who they alerted were there other aliens were alerted oh yes made they realize what was going on and we're not just talking about having a physical effect we talk labatt injured fix the vibration or the vibrational frequency all impacted roster the holler unisys finish this is why when a panaji culture comes up with your clear weapons something has to be done and of course this is what sexual stadium approach body chase after the second world war is why we had an increase of ufo sightings with ufo sightings part of them saying we've been alerted to your presence we're coming to observe if you're okay yes yes yes and just to say what's going on here and what can be done about because when winter rice to develop weaponry locked it means a.
"panaji" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"The wall street commandeering airways from unknown position we review with information be reported disregarding the mainstream media sports previous recorded with permission be reported hello welcome to a public affair i am std nor as you probably know this is a pledge drive version over our show and i see that the poor guests is already on line i told him we'd call him a little late so that he doesn't have to see through the i pledge wrap so we're going to do that very quickly let me tell you that the guest is leo panic professor leo panaji was a guest you'll probably four or five months ago and i got such good feedback on that show and i myself enjoyed it so much i asked him to come again and we have as one over a pledge premia and we will be talking this hour about the book that he co edited rethinking democracy the other editor is greg albo on we'll talk very soon about the book and the part of the series that it's part of but i i have here lice kill and peter lipton as i said that's kind of a recap of the time when all three of us will on the board of directors though i guess you two weren't at the same time i did i did two stints i did six years but thank you for joining us why don't you let people know quickly what some of the premia and why they should pledge and then or get to leo leo sorry would get to you very soon hi i'm peter i'll just dump in here quickly leo's book actually the social register rethinking democracy is one of the premium so that is like at a forty dollar level and you will get the book of the show so that would be kinda great and there are also lots of other premiums one is a book the birds of wisconsin which doesn't seem so much like a public affair but it's a very popular book in around madison and around the station and people really like it so it's a great bird picture book that you can have on your shelf and it's really nice and it's forty dollars and i'll let lois takeover with a couple of other premiums that you might want to be interested in.
"panaji" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Bloody are you i am dandy harry's we also announced the winner of the recovered challenge coming up today as well we do have a winner uh we've been yes the playoffs coaching changes matt lauer has been terminated by nbc and the today's show for inappropriate sexual behavior rake in an amazing turn of events as being interviewed by tennessee for coaching the nfc two well the coaching search tennessee continues to be a soap opera you think you have the authority on for thirty thirty own a home tennessee's gouging bank are you okay but i'm not going to get get grabbed the last two treadmill back got delap right thinking about it so uh thirty thirty what we have to understand yesterday of we think this is all accurate that might gundy in oklahoma state was offered the job a he a really substantial raise to come to tennessee and turned it down yes yes he did panaji said he would be the fourth hindes today four times cage code ahead of urban mario of house there was a sixyear deal put in place for forty two million dollars komo seven a year he made the round i don't know four uh would have nearly doubled his salary and and got a just emmy according to the out on i'm looking at hands he was at four to four point two he was the eighteenth ties paid coach in the country imbaba believes it tabun pickens uh transferred money and news again he said go check your bank account you got four more million in their leftist they were we at yet i will resist a hobby now that he's got he's a funny guys got his day night you know he's got he's he's got he's hairy laggy likes it and if this just a new hobby that he memphis tennessee time they have a job vote for me i'm a man born alive fifty now he's gone ito are we had come after a memorandum fair yeah well i gotta go with this again and i don't want upsetting by 'cause you're not not my nature but i was careful you do have to get football we're told i do have to i know this is this is people's out a on a.
"panaji" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The last to get the last who plays here he just throws is one too high for the jetted receiver his running back coming out of the backfield setting up pay another screen a dumping for a minute the laws that the defense coordinator of the detroit lions knows exactly what mike mccarthy is trying to do with his jump quarterback though down intent in the shotgun from the green bay fortytwo the patrick quarterback are you see away bread huntley third in thin he gets the staff thedrop back four he after one arbiter what you want to the numbers he's one of the four five it's a pass clock bell high at the fifty yard line but shy of the first down grab in the play by cobb but then he which quickly converged upon right at the fifty needed the 48yardline of detroit gangavane its fourth them to they're going to keep the offense out there it up red hot breaks the pocket accounting doesn't have to get his point too fast this is a real roll the dice year by mike mccarthy right now i guess he feels like escape is has started to get away problem and he has to do something try to regain momentum on offense fight at the panaji the packer logo midfield fourth until for green bay in the pistol formation receiver emotion there's this family we could have brought by congress but behind the wonder spinach nice defensive play by quarterback weighing approval or a couple of years ago the former jackson girls and for a twoyard loss on port than to and look buber were the lions will take over well you know i'll tell you what the bans here we're all happy that the packers we're going to go forward and then as soon as this wall was flipkart two red cross cobb it and he was tackle by wind scrimmage that whole excitement just completely dissipated at the stadium what a nice play by rover glen the the safety of the detroit lions seven 2003 were in the third lyon shutting teen packers three you're listening to.
"panaji" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yes ford leonard cavaliers january trotted on to the wizards in china and equality moving through today dude judge matt lebron james love the way could be seven point who they careerhigh twenty three made field goal travelers one one 3120 122 against the wizards panaji md eleven career fifty point gene commenting on the room also modesty resolve while again oil four only religious are was fly all have unarmed imagine plans good if you'll grow the noted i'm almost in burgsmuller celebrated the you all preseason so as to be mere source who made an order right god is ship right now the source of many so i had to come on over to affordable john wall sovereignty left shoulder sprain and the third quarter stayed in the gave her why she did x rays after the game negative wall status for sunday's match up against toronto on certain celtics out for the thunder by 25 the second f one in oklahoma city 101 94 karen rearming twenty two of his team i 25 then the second half celtics have now wants to demonstrate after opening the season which backtoback losses ben simmons 14 points eleven rebounds eleven this fixture's at one horse trade friday night they beat the pacers 121 two one ten talboys we'll have as few elliott for sunday's match up against kansas city dallas running back had his request for an administrative state granted by a court on friday redskins activated the annual hall was now played since we three of last season hackery something born acl redskins sunday against seattle on the road but 12th right washington hoskings try to staying at the top of the pac 12 north sea eddings when they host the oregon ducks coverage begins today at nine eastern on espn radio and on the espn at any by dr pepper.
"panaji" Discussed on Super Station 101
"You get committed you understand that your your thoughts even the tough days even the date in the days where you don't want to get out of bed even in the days where you have massive massive struggles and you have tough challenges in tough times you know tough times don't laugh asked petar people do too you have to may have a made up mind and i say that because we're not as many patients as i've worked with the my career and helped and walk through certain things in life i've realised something i realized that that when you walk through anything with someone and you see really the core of it a kouassi diabetes my question is not okay media needed a family history and all that i get that nets basics but when i see diabetes was somebody i don't think okay they have diabetes they need to be eating this that and the other i want to know what's really the core the life because if you look at the stress patterns and you look at eating patterns and you look at lifestyle panaji find their patterns any correct the patterns and you correct the person so that's why i say that your your thoughts the that on teaching you had to eat teacher exercise us easy part finding out the pattern of what got you there that's the key and i wish more doctors would jump into that for the challenges they don't have time you come in the body's already broken down yet a 5 to 10 minute office visit and that's all i insurance going to pay them for and so they got to kinda stay on track they're all going to work for what the paid because they can earn a living right can't sit around with somebody all day long it pay fifteen dollars just doesn't work like that so it's it's one of those deal so that's why places like our resort in florida that we developed rise resort is a place where you can com it's our health resort you can really come to an and make that transformation to have a team of people that can work with you and build and and remodel your health.
"panaji" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"That had great i found that the this is often true that you will find some of the straight just loyalties particular i spent the good portion of my life in washington dc which consists of of a lot of people who were there for a while and they may be there from other parts of the country and they are going to go back to other parts of the country and although the washington redskins have a deep core base would you find an amazing number of fans of other teams in that area of simply i suppose from people who don't intend to be washingtonians forever and who have maintained their other team loyalty well i i think what your report has allowed to do with where you grew up um i have found reading football com i don't root for any particular team by just route four highquality games and i enjoy the sport more 'cause i'm not there isn't a team that makes me sad if they lose or but you next happy if they went i i feel happy if there a high quality game with his wellplayed an as good sportsmanship but all tighten it and they said of the marketing of the nfl oil thinks you're caller was just mentioned in the nfl was worried about because how you became the hand of a team wife this sort of fan you go to a giant gaming painter face blue or any of that stuff generally it was for two reasons one is that your father took it a games when you're little supplies to girls becoming women to there's a lot of there's a lot of women who are nfl fans from why did they like the thing that they're like 'cause they're fathers took them the game when they were little increasingly bothers don't take little kids two games can afford to take a little kid the games for one thing they can't afford to and watching the tv watching the game washington the game on a flat screen high definition television is a lot cheaper and in some ways it better experience of watching at the stadium clear father doesn't take you do a game and you in in in rather than obsessively following the broncos with the raiders or or whoever it is you might have followed instead you get involved in panaji of.
"panaji" Discussed on FT Investigations
"What we found was very surprising off the gavin round the numbers and bannon ran the numbers we discovered that there was a very strange recurring pattern the distribution of the ship price gains apology thinfilm panaji thinfilm shed just kept on going up very very sharply at the end of every trading day meanwhile the felder and the rest of the day right exactly so over a twoyear period if you had bought shares in the company in the morning and sold them just before the close you'd eventually lost money even though the shares had risen several hundred percent over that period bought if you bought just ten minutes before the close and then sold you'd have made a very very large amount of money we were very keen to make sure we had not made any errors in our analysis oh we using fulton methodology so we spoke to several leading experts in share price manipulation an all of them said it was statistically impossible that the jump at the end of the day would have happened randomly rajesh agarwal professor of finance northeastern university in boston was the most blunt about the data he said to quote him this is consistent with the stock price having been systematically manipulated over the past couple of years this pattern of large price increases during the last ten minutes of trade is extremely unlikely to have occurred randomly hannity's astonishing rise continued it begun talking about using its panels to make the world's first fully solarpowered cause something that had never been done before and also launched a chain of stores in china to sell its technology to harm consumers but then one morning in may everything changed.