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The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

Dr. Death: Miracle Man

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery

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Dr. Death: The Story of Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

Dirty John

02:26 min | Last month

Dr. Death: The Story of Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

"Get rid of the infection. He'd invited benito long but she almost didn't make it just a few weeks earlier should had surgery and gotten an infection but after some antibiotics things seem to be getting better besides she really wanted to see moscow and then the infection cleared off enough that my doctor said you're fine. You're okay to travel but now at dinner it was clear something was very wrong and i started having horrible pain now. My piercing pain at first. She tried to tough it out hoping to make it through the desert but this was just too much. I remember squeezing policy hander. At a table and i just look at him and i say my love. Something's wrong. a look of concern flashed across paulos face. Everything's gonna be okay. He said he got up from the table. Threw down some cash and grabbed her coat and i could barely walk barely again in the taxi. They made it back to their hotel room and he said lie down on the bed. Benita quickly pulled off her clothes as best she could so he could see the wound. He looked at the incision and he looked at me and he said. Do you trust me. And i just looked at him and i said get me another glass of wine. Paolo gave a soft smile and then walked to the mini fridge. He pulled out a bottle of wine then build a glass to the brim and handed it to her shy promptly. Slogged and i lay down and he said where you're scissors. I have these travel scissors that I was using to cut the gauze that i was covering the incision with i said there in the bathroom and he goes in the bathroom and he gets my travel scissors and he is peroxide or something whatever he has to quote unquote sterilize them. He came back over to her. Look during the is and he said. Do you trust me. And i just nodded my head and he took those scissors and he plunged them into my incision. The pain was unlike anything should felt. Benita has a high pain threshold but for a second. She thought she was going to black out. One hand was gripping the bed and the other was holding onto paolo shoulder.

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"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"And that that that's no longer a competitive advantage for us. But i don't think we're ever going back to the day where we manufacturer in this country items that are sold in ninety nine cents store we add value. We make airplanes in boxes and rocket ships. And and the like. But does it concern you that so much of our manufacturing process has moved abroad and there are fewer and fewer opportunities for unskilled in simi skilled workers. To enter the workforce in the way they could have sixty seventy years ago i realized as a consumer our life is better because our products are cheaper but there does seem to be this hollowed out core in many small towns where the industry left town and it's left folks who refused to leave feeling a little wistful for a bag on era. Yep today the absolutely so. I think there are a couple of components to that. The first one is as technology changes. you are going to get As as expressed hollowed out towns. I mean that's just going to happen. It doesn't match this china or anywhere else. Technology change you know. We don't have buggies Most fifth and etcetera etcetera on the clock to see anymore for example as simple as a simple analogy so i think that that is actually sort of creative destruction and it's healthy and it does displace people but it has to happen because his technology and i think older modern advancements you know well they're not being true to government it's all been through technology. Actually that's what's made. I lives better And then in terms of From a national perspective am an american. I'm a patriot. So i don't like to see things going overseas. I'm gonna take a very narrow viewpoint about that It a bucks'll however we have we have a high a high mission and the mission is the customer so default position to to buy within national borders. If we can and then if it's not bad for our customer we will do. What we need to do is go overseas mexican. faris I think that Gerrymandering lines harrison and things like that By government did not the way to go. I think you need to have just the three market shaking remember holly davidson and They math and the taras of the seventies eighties ultimately doesn't walk. It's just a it's a crush. It's not sustainable. So again i would say If the government is supposed to represent the people than it should get rid of all these harris and and enable people to do the best that they can do and compete on a level footing So and it is not i mean. For example china far away so shipping component. So the american worker does have an advantage that they just have to match the price also of the product from overseas plus plus shipping and today any types depending on the class of trade and of course. The chinese have other events as well south. I mean that's just take on a laissez faire attitude. I suppose our guest is paolo. Thira mani you can learn more at boxful. B o x l. Dot com an absolutely fascinating solution to a problem that is affordable housing..

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"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:46 min | 2 months ago

"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"The profundity of how simple this looks which of course it's not. We know that but box go. Box dot com. Not on the and just be oh x. abo dot com. you're gonna be fascinated by what these folks are doing. And it's inspiring because Innovation in this country on this level is exciting. This is this is what being an american is when you look at other companies and concepts out there. What else do you see. Not necessarily in this space But in other spaces that you say that's exciting. Look at what they're doing is going to be some neat things happen in the next few years. Yeah obsolete and not a super seven to to see what we're doing to see under the hood of what we're doing. It is very complicated to make things. Simple take two years of the results of what if you can if you can stick to principle as a matter of principle for example would be when when an idea or a par components cannot be dissolved any any further. It's downturns like genetic gene code. And then you work to build that up to rationalize it to simplify it To make it as modulars you can officially like somebody gets flexible as you can and So you know that's We've done decrease the throughout my career. And certainly i think possible kinda presented a supposed to come have a big idea. I think in physical world. And if i look At the wilder rounding sums of products on projects. I like i'm not the digital guy and ills that we do developing a lot a lot of digital digital elements to the company right. now i would think You know this standouts that everybody loves you. Know i think that The the apple iphone back in two thousand eight was absolutely game changing and you think of the ripple effects that has created. It's probably the single biggest driver in the last Twenty years Ten ten ten years of of any product. Because it's a change the way we communicate and walk and then Some other physical product costa tests is. It's ridiculous i mean it's it's an impossible products it should never have been with impossible. Odds and with industrial will design hat on just the purity of the cost that interior while still adhering to master it up some principals speed and the compromises bring in manufacturing Is is really is is really quite staggering. So they probably the the supplement more life advice and guidance for your own success from the ceo of boxful dot com paolo. Thira money coming.

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"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:32 min | 2 months ago

"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"I municipality will allow you to do that. don't spend extra money And then in terms of cost. I don't want to throw out a number because again it's just it's a big country and a lot of different use cases but we've taken care of everything we can from our end to make that as as easy as possible for for the customers and homeowners to hookup obviously elon. Musk is a celebrity client. People respect his appreciation for design What's your relationship with him. Well as as a as a person. I think he's remarkable. He's one of one of my favorite people And the i. I can't talk about fair enough. You have one hundred fifty five patent filings from hardware housewares juvenile sporting goods medical personal. Care construction automotive. What drives you. How do we create. how do we inspire. How do we find and support and encourage the next paolo tear money because this is john. Galt self oh well that's that's very nice indeed So i think it comes down to wiring. you know. My background is I have industrial mechanical engineering Degrees and i think it just comes down to wiring and i think for individual people you have to find out what drives you What you're good at and then and then also can't make money. it's not unimportant. I think in terms of enabling entrepreneurs and creative entrepreneurs i think regulation I in in a short summary needs to get out of the way know. Regulations needs to get out of the way when you are looking at a young designer member of your team. I'm guessing that where they went to. School is probably less important in some personality traits. what are those personality traits. Yeah absolutely and we're on boating at the suboxone very very rapidly but I have had the experience of hiring a number of Designers over the over the years.

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"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"paolo" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"It's that time. walking load. Michael very show is on the air. My wife was reading an article a couple of weeks ago about a house in. You've heard me talk about this. I'm fascinated by this You know it's a house that arrives on the on a flatbed. I think i'll get the details in just a moment because we're talking to the founder and it's a house it's like a tilt wall poop poop. The four walls are up and there it. Is you know going back to thomas. Edison edison had a dream of building kind of manufactured house. That could be put on a train car railcar and sit around the world around the country. This has been tried again and again and again. Well the reason my wife sent this story was because there was a celebrity taking receipt of it taking delivery in boca chica. Well i don't have to tell you who the celebrity that lives in boca chica. Texas is that recently moved operations from california. That might have been the biggest boost. This company ever could have received and for good reason if you go to box. B o x a. b. l. They ran out of money. They can put an e. On the box will be oh x. ab l. dot com. You're going you're going to be riveted. You're just gonna watch this house being constructed in a matter of a few hours and it's going to blow your mind so many questions and here to provide the answers an amazing entrepreneur. His name is powell. You know probably know paolo. Amani and i'm glad to have him. Paolo welcome michael. Thank you for that nice introduction. You have done so many interesting things with your life which we will get to in a moment but first of all explain boxful and then. Why absolutely absolutely tough that top level. Let's say bob. is We we believe the answer to the last pre industrial Product that needs to go into a factory into a post industrial world and that's construction technology..

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"paolo" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"paolo" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Of the programs. He put together very quickly <hes>. Would premise started was a food assistance. Program i'll be delivered through a little over three point. Two million meals out within the timespan a may <hes>. In july two <hes>. Older americans who were struggling to be able to food in the pantry and we're able to respond very quickly one of the tools that us from technology perspective is in fact voice <hes>. As many of you may know we have a platform connected to me which is built entirely on alexa. Google that allows for war a senior with their smart speakers and through with your programs. Where we i identify that folks were in fact. Struggling would be able to attitude into your access to the supermarkets for instance call early in march in april. A lot of these supermarkets started closing <unk>. The ability to access food is very very difficult and boys. Technology was one of the even always allows identify folks <hes>. The needed assistance in able to quickly deliver <hes>. Those kneels to <hes>. The folks that he did well certainly <hes> certainly necessary. Let's talk a little bit about the adoption. So when you're able to put a voice assistant in with a senior that has you know that the really has a need to be able to access services or goods or other other kinds of support. How has that. How's that process going. And how well our seniors able to adopt voice technology today and then let's talk about you know where where we'd like to see it. Go in the future so we were honestly very surprised as as <hes>. As many organizations we have been a testing boy so looking for ways able use voice in that effort has gone on for several years now in the fourth year of implementing voice technologies in our solutions predominantly for social isolation. Be able to have seniors interact. Not only with advice like alexa also would each other at through voice adoption has been surprisingly so options. Double edged sword right it once seniors learn how to be able to use a device like alexa or being used voice on your phone. We find that that comes their preferred megan up communications and being able to use interact with with technology. We have seniors. Who the only voice they actually here is the voice of <unk>. Alexa voice of out of google during the day which is which is sad but at the same time luring able to communicate those with with alexa or google. I'm literally they if we wanted to take those devices fact who could never get back so once name the technology it becomes very much permanent. Lives for many reasons right <hes>. You know taxes. Small for instance state writings and opponent is effective in many ways but of voices certainly <hes>. <unk> freeing from a from a string perspective also <hes>. Need to use of your hands and being able to just use voice able to <hes>. <hes> perform tasks to get updates to its fourth has been <hes>. Has been a need of seniors. In recent fly day they thought technology <hes>. the very very quickly <hes>. It's also used for medicare giving perspective be checking in on loved ones notifications and google patients in alexa. Allow people to check in under loved. Wants to voice and he be able to tell their stories and once they have that free media i have the worry added devices. Typically that they have to look at <hes>. We find that the seniors again very quickly. That technology

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AARP's Paolo Narciso Explains How Voice Tech Is Helping Elderly Populations

VOICE Global 2021

04:08 min | 3 months ago

AARP's Paolo Narciso Explains How Voice Tech Is Helping Elderly Populations

"Of the programs. He put together very quickly Would premise started was a food assistance. Program i'll be delivered through a little over three point. Two million meals out within the timespan a may In july two Older americans who were struggling to be able to food in the pantry and we're able to respond very quickly one of the tools that us from technology perspective is in fact voice As many of you may know we have a platform connected to me which is built entirely on alexa. Google that allows for war a senior with their smart speakers and through with your programs. Where we i identify that folks were in fact. Struggling would be able to attitude into your access to the supermarkets for instance call early in march in april. A lot of these supermarkets started closing The ability to access food is very very difficult and boys. Technology was one of the even always allows identify folks The needed assistance in able to quickly deliver Those kneels to The folks that he did well certainly certainly necessary. Let's talk a little bit about the adoption. So when you're able to put a voice assistant in with a senior that has you know that the really has a need to be able to access services or goods or other other kinds of support. How has that. How's that process going. And how well our seniors able to adopt voice technology today and then let's talk about you know where where we'd like to see it. Go in the future so we were honestly very surprised as as As many organizations we have been a testing boy so looking for ways able use voice in that effort has gone on for several years now in the fourth year of implementing voice technologies in our solutions predominantly for social isolation. Be able to have seniors interact. Not only with advice like alexa also would each other at through voice adoption has been surprisingly so options. Double edged sword right it once seniors learn how to be able to use a device like alexa or being used voice on your phone. We find that that comes their preferred megan up communications and being able to use interact with with technology. We have seniors. Who the only voice they actually here is the voice of Alexa voice of out of google during the day which is which is sad but at the same time luring able to communicate those with with alexa or google. I'm literally they if we wanted to take those devices fact who could never get back so once name the technology it becomes very much permanent. Lives for many reasons right You know taxes. Small for instance state writings and opponent is effective in many ways but of voices certainly freeing from a from a string perspective also Need to use of your hands and being able to just use voice able to perform tasks to get updates to its fourth has been Has been a need of seniors. In recent fly day they thought technology the very very quickly It's also used for medicare giving perspective be checking in on loved ones notifications and google patients in alexa. Allow people to check in under loved. Wants to voice and he be able to tell their stories and once they have that free media i have the worry added devices. Typically that they have to look at We find that the seniors again very quickly. That technology

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Black Britain defends Megan Markle

20 Minute Morning Show

04:59 min | 7 months ago

Black Britain defends Megan Markle

"It was an intense day in the immediate. In great britain on piers morgan's show good day. Great britain he and the weatherman. Alex bears for got into a heated argument over the oprah. Winfrey megan markle interview. You know piers. Morgan has an intense dislike for megan. Markle and alex challenged him on it. I wanted to institutions as the only person of color and experience kover an over racism on so many occasions. And why the mega intervene really resonates with me is because an x. Work colleague none of this. Show me if. I was worried about the shade of cocoa that my son was going to come out right so fully. Understand the hurt. That is behind all of that right. Let me is when you mix race what you find in my personal experience and there may be other people that may come forward and say this is that when you are shade of black people gain confidence and feel that they can say things to you that they wouldn't say to a black person. That's such an interesting point. That is my experience of all of this. And by the way i completely respect right and that's why i wanted to get you on the program today because my suggestion to have you talk about this. I thank you so much for having me on the program. I really appreciate it. But i just want you. Also to be aware of the power of your words. And i'm not saying that you're racist but why why do i honestly feel i feel is though because of your previous relationship with making michael. You have a relationship with her. You knew her rightly jokes about it on the show. Thank visit all that. I'm allowed to speak to all. That was informed me that she's a bit of a cut and run right right through headline and all her family. Her father her ex husband her ex frame. They've all been cut out of her life and it's an interesting observation. I happen to be interesting. I believe phil. Can i face. You can have this conference to to right. Can we talk about the program when he met. So what. I think of meghan markle doesn't matter whether i believe or not what matters is the damage that she is accused of doing to the royal family. And let me ask you on the issue of race. She is now the whole of america and the worst of the war frankly looking upon the palace the monarchy the queen everyone in the family as a bunch of races and it all comes down to two things that she said in the interview. One is something she didn't here. But harry reported back to her. The senior member of the royal family. The queen will prince so presumably as are the charles. Has it a guess has made a comment to harry about what color skin his baby may be. This is the time where we are challenging. Old systems all structures. I believe meghan when she says an prince harry when they talk about institutional racism. Because i've experienced it right now. You're listening to a tape jewish. She's a black journalist director and producer. In great britain. I have been the only black women black voice in a room full of paolo which doesn't look like me. I what vote house to get into the room to get into the building. I had an interview with the head of hr i with oft because you have such a great education. Do you feel more white. I have been told by my headmistress up my privileged expensive private school. don't bother to apply for oxford. They don't want your kind. You know what i mean. I've had all three my life so when she felt this is happening. I believe because. I admitted he's some of the people on the street. In great britain are saying about the meghan. Markle oprah winfrey interview to be fair as a black woman. She didn't get it very easy within the royal family and the newspapers when exactly friendly about it either. So for example. When kate was pregnant. It was all cates cradling. Her baby bump sola lovely and then when it was mega mega. Stop touching her belly do you. She got a lot of negative press over here. So i can see why they decided to out himself from the royal family because it's just not worth the hassle is it. Megan has been amazing. She has done so much for women. Megan harry that all about social justice and you can see that in the way that they've always come out. I think in terms of being royal. I think they want to create their own worlds and make their own money. I don't think they want to rely on the tax payer news

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Farfetch Founder José Neves Unpacks His Newest Partnership with Alibaba and Richemont

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:11 min | 7 months ago

Farfetch Founder José Neves Unpacks His Newest Partnership with Alibaba and Richemont

"Stick investment was theme seven in this year's report on the state of fashion 2021 it offered a prediction that companies will begin maneuvering for the post pandemic reality to grow market share and expand their capabilities. But in fact it is already happening. The recent landmark deal with far fetch alibaba richemont and carrying is a case in point. I it brings together two rival luxury goods groups respond carrying who both invested in farfetched. But there's also added interests because riche mont is also the owner bucs neta portait group a major rival too far fetch. Now i'm joined by josie neva's founder and chief executive of farfetched. Who's in some paolo today. As well as mike evans president of alibaba who joins us mexico in this their first joint conversation. They'll help us to understand the anatomy of this megadeal and what it portends for the global luxury e commerce space. Welcome to you. Both josie and mike josie. I wanted to start with you. I you know this is a deal that really took the industry by surprise. Some of our reporters kind of dropped the mic on slack and other places like where did this deal come from. So in the first instance can you just give us a sense of the genesis of this megadeal. How did it happen sure Think the channels of the deal was compensation which you i will never forget about the station with daniel jank and the conversation just understand the chinese online luxury market In both electric pavilion was doing private. China was doing and we ended up staying for a long time much longer than what we expected and what what was clear was while three things first. We think as tech businesses we add technology bathrooms not retailers. And and we really are at the service of the best brands and the best relates to really enable them. We're here to enable industries and that ito's was very very striking because we're not here to replace physical rebuilt for example firefights spotted with physical retail. That's that's what we did since they when we continue to have. We started the future new retail. Very much believe in in how we reinvent the magic Physical retail and. It's the same with alibaba. actually so they. they add enabling tens of thousands of physical retailers in china knocking luxury but in other countries with went single platform. So that was when the second walls china and how combined shining. Fox's we could have a win win proposition for consumers and also for brands and retailers in that in that market and said when whilst the global nature of this deal that we should really join forces to create this vision of luxury new retail new retail his alibaba strategy out mentors retail whilst fash strategy luxury new retail is the combination of

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How Netskope is Refining Edge Security

IT Visionaries

05:09 min | 9 months ago

How Netskope is Refining Edge Security

"Today we have sanjay beri. He is the ceo and co founder of netscape sanjay. Welcome to the show. Thank you great to be here all right so we always give all of our guests an opportunity to tell us exactly what their company does. Your the ceo and founder of netscape. What do you guys do absolutely so. Our focus is making sure that organizations enterprises across the world can leverage the new way people work remote for example and do it securely star focuses protecting enterprises from threats theft of data while enabling them to work the way they want to liberty in cloud leveraging the internet working remote in so on and so our category as making would call. It is something called secure access services edge. It's a redefinition of the market of data security to a new cloud security edge. All right so. Explain that to me without using the your industry buzzwords. Because i think this because i'll i'll let me frames up my perspective on this. I've worked at different companies. Or let's say remote i so or maybe they're even cloud native i so we didn't really depend too much on too much. Enterprise security everyone just kind of logged into public cloud. If they were developers they would have me. Vpn are asa access. So that would get them to their development instances so there's a lot of audience that doesn't quite understand exactly why enterprises needs connectivity. Security solutions like netscape kind of framing for me like what's happening in the marketplace. What's happening with your customers. And why products and services like yours are needed to begin with totally totally so just if you step back. The single biggest market insecurity people spend close to thirty billion dollars a year on. Is this market call data network security and what is that. It's the stuff that you heard of like wham. Gateways firewalls data. Loss systems proxies. They're all boxes Somewhere near network so biggest. market insecurity. the problem. There's problems with that market. The world has moved on meaning one sixty seven percent of people work remote and people don't want to go back and bp another corporate network anymore they want to go straight to the internet straight to cloud and so one. The location of those boxes wrong It's forcing inefficiencies performance problems too much expense and so people are saying. Wait a minute. I don't want these boxes. Mike perimeter. I want this edge in the cloud. Where no matter where i am. I have great fast access to my resources in. I have this security on ramp right that is everywhere in the world and you know with us. Fifty milliseconds away from anybody in the world doesn't matter what country would city and is this virtual clouded so one the change in the way that people are working remote partners accessing things assessing the change in location if your security in this market to the language has changed and so important point every ten years maybe fifteen. The language of the internet changes so reality is remember way back when paolo to networks came out and and they said hey we're going to beat cisco juniper and all these folks and it's because the language internet has changed it's all about application identification. The reality is that that has happened again. Ten years later and now the world and the language and internet is. Api's it's j. It's you that's how applications are built. The internet is built and so as a result all those systems that you spend thirty billion on that. Sit in the wrong location. They don't understand the language. And so i'll give you this great example. Send with his so and she said to me. Hey sanjay Okay is about four years ago. she goes I got these systems. I got these proxies. I got this firewall. In what more do i need. And i said what are they telling you. And she goes water all their bill. You know five or cave data amazon. And i go to her will. What are you gonna do with that. I mean i don't know a quarter of the internet goes goes to actually. I don't know what to do that. And i go well. It speaks the wrong language stickers in sticks his in and i our system tells her actually that guys on slack gonna public channel sending credit card by the way it is fighting. Mccabe data amazon. They're both right and i go. What do you want which one she goes. I want the second one data this point. The language internet changed and so this concept of mexico is put your security where you want in the virtual edge no matter where people work there and speak the language that the internet speaks so you can set in protect your data in a much better way to. That's a short summary for you.

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Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation at Rolls-Royce

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

05:20 min | 9 months ago

Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation at Rolls-Royce

"Welcome to the cyber-security weekly podcast. I'm jay leno podcasting from singapore today and today we are very privileged to have dr becky bengal who is the president of south east asia pacific and south korea at rose to join us in the podcast. He repeats sharing with us. The work in a digital transformation and the recent ai breakthrough in ethics and trustworthiness at ross writes thank. You thought the bengals for joining us in the podcast today to be here for many of our listeners. dr bandou rose. Rice name has a long lasting romance and history going back to the first car built more than one hundred years ago but the motos business was separated out some time ago in nine thousand nine hundred seventy three. I believe and rose rises. Now in the business of pioneering the power that matters so tell us more about the journey business. That rose is in today and your role as the president of south east asia pacific and south korea at rose rice. Well has been rooted in engineering since we established in eighteen. Eighty four and this expertise has evolved the business to become one of the world's leading industrial technology company that we today and as the president for the region covering southeast asia pacific and south korea. I'm responsible for the regional strategy our external relations and governance of all our operations across the three businesses that we have civil aerospace is one of them manufactures of ever engines for large commercial aircraft on our regional jets and business aviation and we have decades of engineering expertise to take us through life through life. Service and support solutions for customers in the defense were market-leading aero-engines for military transferring control labor's including combat helicopter applications. I'm needles and power systems. Where leading provider of high speed reciprocating engines providing complete propulsion systems distributed energy solutions. So you can say that we. We have a diverse but volume that includes civil defense and power system and it is because w that our activities have tremendous impact on the world today and tomorrow we have always pursued clean safe and competitive solutions and we believe our technology will be fundamental in helping society transition to the low carbon future. And we're not going to do this on our own. We're going to do this. In partnerships and global partnerships to collaborate and co create solutions and with the regional hub. That we have here in singapore. We've developed collaborations with government agencies untucked -demia like a star and anti eu and us to pursue advanced research and technology in daytime smart manufacturing electrical systems. You touch on engine. That paolo many other products across the road strikes businesses. And i believe including aircraft of course and i imagine that you have been collecting analyzing the performance data of your engines for that case and in fact i see from one of your rolls royce presentation that you have been collecting data for some seventy trillion data points across twenty-sixth dimensions on your engines. So i think our listeners will be interested to know how you been. Harnessing that power data to make sense of this of information and into insight and action. And i believe in many ways is supplying the data to a machine learning throughout the life cycle of the engine from the initial stage of designed to manufacturing to maintenance repair. Overhaul that's right so we we've been applying data analytics for more than thirty years and using ai. With our real time engine. Health monitoring system but service w. lunch to back in nineteen ninety nine and our ai. Capabilities are deeply embedded into products and services so they aren't visible And not widely. Now we're able to monitor six thousand to eight thousand flights every day which is equivalent to monitoring three thousand engines in the sky at any one time so we have multiple sensors on board that continuously relay inflammation with were able to analyze five million data promises from our engines every day and we used to provide insights to our engineers for future development and services that we provide for our customers. But it's not just about the asian and the behavioral for engines. Current work includes applying a with a dedicated team that we have inside rolls royce school the day to labs to improve the risk management in supply chains predict market demand improved the efficiency of our operations and more recently nepal systems. Father of the business. We've been applying a on microbes making our industrial powered technology more reliable and sustainable and in the future we see a. I will continue to evolve. Play a bigger role especially as we saw increasing use of cloud based services which will be governed by data ethics framework and this becomes really essential and today more than two hundred projects that are starting to apply more and more of Framework so

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Security operations centers: a first principle idea.

The CyberWire

05:01 min | 9 months ago

Security operations centers: a first principle idea.

"The idea of operations centers has been around seemingly forever friedrich limb in his a history of western technology suggests that the concept goes back as far as five thousand bc amazing anytime an organization grows big enough either in terms of function or one. Small team can't do everything. Leaders have built these centers to men's the workflow and status of the various groups into coordinate. If you fast forward to the early days of the technological revolution we started seeing organizations. That began looking like a modern day sark. But we're quite there yet. The classic example is how nasa managed space missions starting way back in nineteen fifty eight now for those. Who don't know me. I'ma space geek specifically. I love everything about the space race between the russians and the americans during the nineteen sixties in fact as a side note the washington post lillian cunningham produced a thirteen episode podcasts. About that very thing last year it is called moon rise and i highly recommended. But did you know that when neil armstrong and buzz aldrin landed on the moon in nineteen sixty nine that the russians had a remote controlled spacecraft up there at the same time. I didn't know that. Until i listen to the moon rise podcasts. The russians crashed into a moon mountain as armstrong and aldrin. We're flying back to the lunar module so maybe that is why the russians don't advertise that much. But i digress. One of my favorite space movies is paolo. Thirteen directed by ron howard. And one of the things. I love about that. Movie is how it depicts the energy and sense of purpose of an operation center. Here's the actor. Ed harris in a virtuoso performance playing gene kranz the real life nasa flight director delegating tasks his crew of operational teams on what they need to do to get apollo thirteen at home. And the meantime whenever frozen command module to power it up another but the re entry batteries. We've been tried before we've never even stimulated it before gene. We're going to have to figure it out. i want people in our simulators working reentry scenarios. I want you guys to find. Every engineer designed ever switch every circuit transistor and every lightbulb. It's up there then. I want you to talk to the guy. Knee assembly line actually built the thing. Find out how to squeeze every aunt at both of these goddamn machines. I want this mark all the way back to earth with time to spare never lost an american in space where surest not gonna lose one on my watch. Failure is not an option. If that doesn't bring chills down your spine you might be dead. I'm just saying when telephone network started appearing in the early nineteen twenty s phone companies like eighteen bill traffic control bureaus to handle long distance traffic issues by the early nineteen sixties. At and t. Handled most telephone switching through mechanical devices and build a network control center or noc to manage it. At and t. Historians consider this to be the first knock ever built by nineteen seventy seven bell systems had built the first national knock in bedminster new jersey which looked a lot like modern knocks. Today there wasn't much security yet but if there was any knock operators were doing it in the us intelligence community the nineteen sixties were fraud with international incidents like the cuban missile crisis of nineteen sixty to the arab israeli six day war in nineteen sixty seven the us pueblo capture and nineteen sixty eight the prague spring crisis and czechoslovakia also nineteen sixty eight in the one. Twenty-one shootdown crisis in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the. nsa decided that. They needed an operation center to manage their efforts. Across a wide swatch of international activity. Based on the freedom of information request. The nsa released a document in two thousand seven that described the formation of the first national cigarette operations center or insomniac in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and according to charles berlin. I hit him on lincoln and the answer me. He's a former in sock director. The innocent kept adding more responsibility to over time. He said that it's secret. Sauce was when the nsa decided to pair offense or cigarette defense or comsec in the same place. Eventually they replaced the word singing in the title with security. In other words it became the national security operations center. Berlin said that when cyber came along years later the toll of michigan came too big to keep in the in sock in the. Nsa created the national cyber threat operations center or the in talk to deal with it. But with the addition of the concept mission these operations centers started to lean toward defensive security on the government side and in the aftermath of the morris worm which was the first destructive internet worm

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"paolo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"paolo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Because of some combination of specific factors where the inflation rate will get above 2020 above 2%. Um, would be my guest. I think that may come sooner than people think and learn. Finally, we've seen yet again. The market's really hold up. No matter what's going on with special covert 19 as it spreads rapidly throughout the country, the market's equity markets in particular, are they justified right now they price about right and they overpriced. Where do you think they are? Many people think they're overpriced because they look at a very strong, very high price earnings ratio. I think that kind of analysis. The chairman Paolo offered his testimony on Wednesday or his press conference on Tuesday or Wednesday was right when he emphasized, you have to look at price earnings ratios in the context of real interest rates. And that with real interest rates, love for what? I think they're quite deep seated structural reasons. My guest is that you're going to, uh See markets priced, not unreasonably. That doesn't mean they're gonna keep going up. It's fast as they have in the last six months, but I don't have a sense of Extremely precarious fault. What does that do to price discovery in the equity markets as a practical matter, because the low interest rates are true for everybody with your well run company or poorly run company? Are we sustaining some? Sometimes they called zombie companies. You don't have enough. Even Dad. It really starts to really service the debt. Is there a risk here to the economy in the long run, that we don't have prices going? Really sorting out the sheep from the goats if I could put it that Way, Inc It may be a bit of that, David, but I actually think the larger affect is probably that low interest rates mean lower discounting of the future. So everybody's encouraged take a longer view in their economic decision making, and it's that poor looking activity that's most likely to deliver large experience benefits. To the economy, so I didn't want to feed these low interest rates. Maura's an opportunity that has a burden. Okay, Larry Summers is always a delight to end the week with you. That is a special material. Larry Summers, former.

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Italian 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi dies aged 64

ESPN FC

03:05 min | 10 months ago

Italian 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi dies aged 64

"Italy continues to mourn. The passing of footballing legend paolo rossi nineteen hundred eighty. Two world. cup hero passed away this week. At the age of sixty four they see some of the headlines sports summing it up simply for always craig still with so shocked. But we'll get his thoughts and just you were telling me nineteen eighty two really your first world cup experience a fan at least ten or eleven year old just watching and seeing all these great players. I'd never seen because we didn't get the pictures by them was holiday any soccer on tv particularly from from other countries in europe. But the game i remember was was rossi scoring a hat trick in this game here against a fantastic brazil side in a knockout stages and the game was three two. It was a terrific game. The socrates zico in deir in junior. And of course great italians say and polaroid was just a belief from had a three year bonds for a much fixing scandal that was reduced to two years so ends will basil. Could pick them so. It can fly italian team. And i just remember him as this great portrait of goals. Of course the final daily the great when when he's running away given all out. That was the foster world cup. That i really remember. I remember watching that game in particular brazil vs italy because it was so many great players on the field and of course pro rossy got hot track to knock out that brazilian team Rossi won the golden boot the golden ball and the tournament. Yeah not a bad. Summer's work there Shock you always say that nineteen seventy eight was your first world cup but you obviously would have been paying attention in eighty two. What do you remember about rossi listeners. As coming from it's almost by default to you adopt brazil as the national team that you follow for the international competitions so from a brazil perspective heartbreak seventeenth specially with argentina. Gone on to win it. And then that eighty two team and how talented. It was still referred to as the best team to have not won the world cup or the expectation around brazil going into that tournament. Even all the pre-game expectations brazil against italy. How how one sided was going to be and then upsets paolo rossi on his hat trick. That craig mentioned for me also. It was kind of my my first exposure to that kind of strike on in the six yard box kind of striker as instinctive as clinical as he was on how the ball always seem to find players. Like like paolo rossi. That was an education for me as as a young fan despite the disappointment around brazil. An unexperienced that. I will never forget the very least a performance on an individual that i will never forget of course a hat trick in the match against brazil couple of goals in the semi final against poland. And then the opener in the final against west germany. There you see. Many career accomplishments paolo. Rossi passed away earlier this week. At the age of sixty four.

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Paolo Rossi, who led Italy to 1982 World Cup, dies at 64

ESPN FC

01:31 min | 10 months ago

Paolo Rossi, who led Italy to 1982 World Cup, dies at 64

"Gab. A sad day as paolo rossi passed away last night. Eight sixty four. You'll memories of him. Well i mean we. All i think most people around the world right world defined by the first world cup that we remember and for me. I woke up. And i remember was nineteen eighty-two which is pretty good if you happen to be italian 'cause we got pretty well But also obviously at the center that that that a hat trick against brazil epic game. Against what i think was greatest world cup team yet. Never win a world. Cup and in my lifetime was absolutely epic. I got to meet him afterwards. He was always a very laid back. Never took himself too seriously. I'm just very gentle guy you know. I don't wanna term lightweight in a negative sense but that's kind of how it felt. When was he expected to do so. Well in that world cup now known coming off two years where he didn't play and he was. He was embroiled in a betting scandal before that and it was a really really big deal that ends up. It's time to come back. It was a classic sort of redemption story for him. Never quite made the great at club level after that world cup they bring him back for the six cup But still he was. He was tremendous tremendous striker. Tremendous figure i think and also nineteen seventy eight. You might remember this too. He had a big world cup. They're scoring three goals freely as they can put the came to the tournament. Yeah fourth actually filter. sorry yes. They lost to brazil in the rank. Flat

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Amazon Deforestation Reaches 12-Year High

Morning Edition

03:44 min | 10 months ago

Amazon Deforestation Reaches 12-Year High

"In the Brazilian Amazon has exploded under president Gyre Belson ARO. New data from the country's Space agency shows the rate of deforestation is at a 12 year high. The rain forest is home to approximately one million indigenous people. So what's the impact on on them? them? Gustavo Gustavo Fella Fella does does is is the the founder founder of of Info Info Amazonia, Amazonia, a a data data based based journalism journalism initiative. initiative. He He says says illegal illegal logging, logging, land land grabs grabs for for farming farming and and even even gold gold mining mining has been encouraged by the Bulls in our government. It's threatening indigenous people. So you have a lot of land grabbing and invasions and territories, Indigenous territories by this illegal miners, while the discourse and in both arms of course it's him. I called this is our cat miners. You know these people need to survive and just find some gold in the river is not like that. It's real mining going on were like huge, expensive machines. We've done that need for Macedonia large investigations showing that this is a big business connected to Amster done or Miami and as the pandemic evolves, and gold gets the highest price ever. There's no way of getting out of this because people won't Stop buying gold. The pressure is coming directly to the Amazon and fueling this illegal activities asked me to Boston, hers doing something no, not at all. Both. An arrow has had an ally in President Trump in terms of supporting industry over the environment, But there has been a shift. Incoming President Joe Biden has threatened economic consequences if deforestation continues. Do you think more international pressure could impact both scenarios environmental approach one way It's clear that economic pressure trade barriers my change, but at the same time you see the recent to Abidin mention, kind of energized the base of both of my arms and like that's what they want. They want to our hands on, so he creates a kind of political environment that is prone for the kind of nationalistic discourse as well. Let me ask you this. If pressure from the United States government isn't going to do the trick, then I'm wondering how concerned you are about what is happening in the Amazon and and what you see in the short term as the future there. Look, My main concern is that while this is happening, you know like this back and forth and pressure, international pressure damaged ones get more and more illegal. We know about drug trafficking. Of the FARC in Colombia has operated for years in the Amazon and now the Ambien guerilla group. Exactly so now that they're all mostly done in Colombia, all this trade routes of cocaine have moved to Brazil. The brew and the south part of Venezuela, and the war is fierce there. I don't know if you have looked at some point the home side rates of the Amazon cities right now, they just like the highest in Brazil, because all the you know like a criminal activity off the big centers of the South had moved there because they're trying to control that. And this money is linked to a lot of other illegal activities, including the four station because it's a big way of mounting your money and getting land and it's moving into illegal mining, legal mining off gold. It's huge. Now it's the highest level ever in the Amazon, all the Amazon countries, especially in south part of Venezuela. Which is controlled by the same Gabriel is that left London And so we have a regional security issue that is really building up. Most powerful A Rose is in Sao Paolo. He's the environment investigations editor at the Pulitzer Center and the founder of Info, Amazonia. Thank you very much. Thank you. Lula was a pleasure.

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Young protesters in Thailand risk much to demand change from military, monarchy

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:12 min | 10 months ago

Young protesters in Thailand risk much to demand change from military, monarchy

"Escalated in thailand. This week we're called to reform the monarchy are getting louder this morning. Police blocked rush hour traffic to stop demonstrators. They said from breaking the law out. This isn't the first time this year there have been protests against king maha vajiralongkorn who took the throne for years ago. He's one of the richest royals in the world and a playboy. He's churned through four wives and spends the majority of his time living in a german hotel amid lots of women in the past few years he's taken steps to consolidate power leading mostly younger student campaigners to demand the monarchy become more accountable and transparent yet eating suggesting these reforms comes with a hefty price. Thailand has one of the strictest lese majeste laws in the world criticizing. The royal family is punishable by up to fifteen years in jail yet. It's a law that people are increasingly willing to break yesterday evening. After left the protest side there was a pipe. Bomb in the protests in front of parliament happens that we could go also that were six protesters being treated for gunshot wounds. A man was arrested. So it's a very unstable situation. Tom felix young writes about thailand for the economist and is based in bangkok. At the same time. One has to see that the students are in a different position because many of them are the kids off the bangkok establishment. So the hope here some say is that you don't go around killing your own children what do you mean how is the makeup of these protests. Now different the biggest difference. Is that the kids on the streets. Some of the math fifteen there are university students as well but they are incredibly young. And if you were looking for a sentence to describe what's going on out there they are fearless. Fear is gone. And i say that because the legs majeste laurels the roy. Defamation in this country. I'd incredibly harsh. And they have been applied in the past so every time kids go out there and demonstrates some of them seeking out of the house of their parents they are committing a criminal offence and they are risking ending up in jail and yet no one really seems to care so what you see now when you go and went to observe protests yesterday is all sorts of tones and abused director directly at the head of state which is something that has happened in the past but not in the way that it is now. And why is this upsurge of animosity against the head of state king. So his father passed away in two thousand sixteen and since he seems to the throne taken a lot of steps to concentrate power in his hands. So there's been a shift from watts once looked as a relatively normal constitutional monarchy to more absolutes attack monarchy. The has changed the crown property bureau law which essentially said previously that these assets are being held in trust for the people for the nation and now with this law changed. The king has direct control over these acids and they actually if you look at shares in companies. It's no longer. The crown property bureau owning is the name of the king the students and many people who sympathize with them on our asking. Well what is his old about these assets odds and we want to see a reversal. What is it that the protesters are demanding here so the three months initially many months ago that they wanted to change the constitution basically a more democratic thailand. The second one they wanted to give it to speak to freely and not face arrests and the third one which is by far the most controversial is a reform of the monarchy now in recent months more and more the last demand has become the most prominent to the extent that even neutral observers here referred to these protests no longer as pro-democracy protests but anti monarchy protests and what likelihood that what the protesters are demanding will actually be met. I mean what chances for actual a change to the monarchy. Well if you look at the original three demands the one of the demands was that they wanted essentially to express themselves freely without landing in jail. Now we use the opposite. Now you see a hardening of stance on the part of the establishment on that from the students are not getting anywhere. The second part is that that was a whole unto last week that the constitution might be mended and made more progressive. That door now seems closed because the crew military royalist government coalition government. They have a majority in parliament. One proposed in particular which mirrored of the demands of the students was voted down so there is no way now through the parliamentary process to bring about change and on the third demand. It is pretty clear now that this heading for a confrontation and everybody knew that because the way that paolo is acquired exercised and hells in. Thailand is dri up for debate. You say this is heading for a confrontation but it sounds as if the confrontation kind of already here. The students don't have any recourse left either in the protesting over real constitutional reform. So where do you see this going. One thing that is really worrying is that it's all it is perceived to be now this one dimensional quest for essentially getting rid of the monarchy in its current state or modernizing whatever it is but all the other things the original demands and are now in the background and what that means for the students i think is that they will find it very difficult to build a broader alliances entice society that will allow them to carry on with this hand. I do not see any fundamental change happening in the near future

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Sanctuary

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:12 min | 11 months ago

Sanctuary

"Parliament has always loved stories when she was a little girl. She asked her mother to tell her the story of their first year in america and she asked for that story over and over again not because she didn't know how it went but because there was a comfort in hearing the story of their family told and retold i would ask her about the stories of when we slept in the park because we had nowhere to sleep at night and how that came to be and that she told me you know she had gotten kicked out of the apartment we were in and all she had was her jewelry her wedding ring and a necklace earrings in she was going from apartment to apartment building talking to the landlord or whoever she thought was a super of the building offering jewelry in exchange to get an apartment for a month and those were the stories that i have always kept inside of my heart. Terrible thanks for asking is about stories. We believe in the importance of letting people tell their own story in letting them reveal. Not just what happened but why it's important. We know that if we had the budget and the staff we could make this podcast every single day for the next one hundred years and never tell the same story twice because the story is not just what happened. It's what it means. A story changes depending on. Who is doing the telling today. You're going to meet paolo mendoza. Her story could be told this her being a co founder of the women's march as her being filmmaker her being a writer and we will talk about it to of those things. But we're going to start at the very beginning. My story begins in bogota colombia. Which is where. I was born and i immigrated to the united states when i was three and i had an older brother. Who's seven and it came with my mom to los angeles and we were being reunited with my father who had come a few months earlier than us. My entire family for generations had lived in columbia and we had no friends. No family and we didn't emigrate to the normal places that colombians would immigrate to which would typically have been miami and or jackson heights in new york For some reason my mom and my father they chose. Los angeles paolo's mother had been born in the united states. Would her own father was getting his masters degree. So was an american citizen within american passport. Who had lived her whole life in columbia so when we came to the united states we came with my mom having an american passport my father my brother and i with green cards and that obviously gave us a huge privilege that many many immigrants don't necessarily have when they come to this country. I was always very curious about our stories growing up as a child. I always ask my mom from as early as i can. Remember how our first ease here and my mom was very honest with me about our story from the very very beginning when i was five years old. She explained to me that she came to the united states because her marriage to my father was in a really bad place and she thought that starting fresh in a new country would give them a new start as a couple as a family. It didn't work one night just a few months. After they moved palace dad went to work and he never came back he had left his wife and his kids so he abandoned us with my mom who spoke absolutely no english. She was a young mom at that time she was twenty four with two kids know english. No family no education no job and like to three hundred dollars in her pocket. It was maybe for a couple of days. We slept in the car. We slept in a park while my mother figured out how she could find a health. But i will say that what that created for. My mother isn't my mother was so focused on our education. That was the thing that we had to do that. We had to go to school and yes by and large we hear the story often the immigrants. They want their children to go to college and so often they're the children are the first generations to go to college. That was the case with my mom but it also felt that you know my mother had gone to the precipice of losing absolutely everything and she was able to stave off losing everything by amir inch but because she had been at that precipice she she desperately knew that she didn't want her children to get anywhere near that and so she created all these mac nations in and ways and life skills to make sure that we didn't have the uncertainty that we had growing up. I think she probably still feels really guilty about that.

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"paolo" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"paolo" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"All right pleased to welcome in a special edition of the Pod this week and we're going high school. We're going with the top high school players in the country and who better to talk the number one player Chet Holmgren and Paolo banchero two guys that I've seen love your games love how hard you play your very different in your games off, but I don't how many times you guys faced each other how many times you guys come up against each other? I think we played against each other at this All-Star game type thing down in Atlanta wage. Um, I don't think we played at MVP a did we know I think yeah, just All-Star Game Atlanta, but at least 100 Mbps I think our teams even played so well, how cool is it to watch each other? Cuz your games are so different but you're both the thing. I love about both of you guys is how hard you both play. I mean that that to me is something that can be taught. I think that's hold both of you that that I just respect you guys, especially the high school level for how hard you guys play but you have such different games such different body builds everything like that. How much do you guys follow? What do you like about Jets game? Yeah, I love chess game, you know just being able to be as tall he is. He's the tallest person. I mean every court and just being able to be so skinny and then being able to change shots the way you do, know, and you go into pain you see check, know, you definitely second-guess what you should go up or not. So just those two days and then here that like you said how hard you play faith in him not ever being scared for you know, every time I see him play, you know, he's talking mess. He's he's you know in the game, so that's probably my favorite thing. Check what he respect. I mean when you see Paulo and and he's big he's strong. He's athletic you're both versatile. But what is it that stands out the most? Yeah, a lot of things. He just said about me the same for him. And then like you just said the versatility of being able to especially move at his size and have have the whole package. Hi po may ipost bring outside the jump shot. Pretty much can do it all I want to know what it's been like guys. I mean for me this past summer has been brutal in a lot of ways like the rest of us off. I mean, I'm usually at the peach jam, I'm usually in Vegas I go out as much I can in the summer to see as many of you guys as I can and get to know you guys before you get out of college and in the NBA, but what is it been like for you guys not getting that opportunity to be on the circuit again in the biggest summer really of your of your high school careers? Go, I mean it was a bummer. You know before I was committed. I was looking forward to playing in front of coaches one last time and then it's just the fact that you know, I thought we had a really good team this year. I've.

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The secrets we keep

Ladies, We Need To Talk

04:32 min | 1 year ago

The secrets we keep

"He's a bit of a list of the kinds of secrets. Jillian his the most a shame about some floor that the person imagines that they actually have because we keep secrets from ourselves. As well you me so infidelity is a common one feeling anim-. Pasta is often a secret that people have men and women like sort of stereotypes too much. But let's just indulge for the moment in the stereotype. I think men very often have the impostor syndrome that they performing as OPEC inside the field theory small or not competent and they have to keep that a secret from everybody in the workplace women. Mark of the NEF secrets about their anxieties about attractiveness or they might keep secrets about that. They're not quite tuned on the partners. The bottom I think they are also secrets about history that people not being sexually abused as children and it's interesting that the shame comes to rest with the victim often and not the perpetrator and they can be very anxious about that and the reasons because if they disclose it often they become defined by other people as the victim of sexual abuse and the complexity of you that are lost. Mental illness in the family is often hidden. So if these relative. That's Paolo who somebody has committed suicide. These often very very unfortunately and sadly and that's changing somewhat but the a lot of secrets around that as well Jill. I'm thinking about things I haven't disclosed to people like my partner and I don't know if it's fear of the consequences so much as just not wanting to talk about it. Can sometimes it just be private? I definitely believe that we need privacy. Because that's what we all made so that people can treat thoughts. We are definitely entitled to have our own inner subjectivity and earn in a lives. I would ask if you were in the rooms with me. Is the particular reason why you would prefer not to talk if you naturally introverted. That's fine but I think in the therapy space probes. Bit Foods are in circa. Was it important to you not to talk? What does it give you not talk? And it may indeed. You're not to talk that you don't have to feel everything has to be in the sheet space. And what would happen if you did talk because I think with social media we all having Leeson Leeson lease province face so DEB's opposite space from your partner fields to me a positive to what about the secrets that we keep from ourselves where we mytalk from ourselves for example that we angry people we might hard from ourselves that while we say that we are passionate about climate change we don't actually stopped going on Earth. Z's holiday in the plane that's putting a lot of emissions into the air we can't SOCI- eight from that bit in order to protect ourselves. Have you been looking at my passport? I know you be up in looking at my own. Always use the exhaust until said. I'm guilty so secrets aren't just about holding. In the fact that you know your best friend had an affair or that you have a Chinese character tattooed on your ass cheeks. Those are the things that you don't necessarily wanNA share with everyone but secrets ulcer. Include stuff that we're keeping from ourselves it's what therapists coal cognitive dissonance. Basically where you think one thing but do another like people who say. I'm really into healthy living while drinking two bottles of wine. It's not being honest with yourself but let's get back to secrets because they had tasty right and even sitting he now. I'm realizing that I have a few secrets of my own. That are buried so deep. It's actually like they've almost disappeared. Researches from Columbia University in the states have a website called keeping secrets dot org which has worked out the top. Thirty eight secrets people normally keep and they're not all negative. They include the secret people. Keep when they're planning to propose marriage and secret work envisions high up on the list. Is Secrecy about finances but predictably some of the most common secrets people keep About

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Bitfinex CTO Paolo Ardoino on Tethers Dominance

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

07:14 min | 1 year ago

Bitfinex CTO Paolo Ardoino on Tethers Dominance

"You explain how your role has evolved between tether and embiid Phoenix and kind of wary? You currently sits. Because there's some confusion over the organizational structures. We didn't have to get into the banking and and kind of creation and asset component of it but But where do you spend most of your time on the infrastructure is on the other side or is this just a but the discrepancy? That doesn't really exist. In fact it's more just a organizational chart issue so you know I my exp- by have a really good expertise also in insecurity. So that is one of the reasons why in two thousand sixteen I was asked to stepping us with your Phoenix so I steal mine. Main role is to act An amazing team of developers in Phoenix any better debtor has less developers because most of the operations are on chain of course us well known blockchain. So the key part of my rolling Patter Is ensuring that blockchain's That we are going to has older climates that the we won't in terms of issuance redemption authorisation processes. So that is what they do in patter and also decide. The processes in which these insurance is redemption. Needs to happen so I that is I really I'm I'M BREATHE. Thorough and read annoying when it comes to security So Basically I spent quite some time design a designing All all these processes in between instead. I said I would say most of my time because I read called a lot there Old The basically I I mainly involved in mentioned engine and all the processes so I would say that I still Dimension engineered steel ninety percent me and the old that also the core service is still eighty percent me. I would say to. Let's let's talk about Tether I because it's just seen absolute explosion in volume and in new creation particularly or last quarter. So there's there's two things that I think we've talked about. One is the transition that started people. Forget only about a year ago Between Omni tether and then the RC and crx tether which are in been the case now trae USD this now traded and and And held on the theory of blockchain is Over five billion now which is larger than us DT on Omni ever was I think even units peak which round. Yeah three billion this transition. That really only happened last year. Can you talk a little bit about what ultimately led to the migration to a theorem? Might sound like an obvious question answer but but not only what led to that but also the decision making process for when to flip the switch because on the one hand. It's obvious there's a ton of develop activity. There's a ton of interest in those certainly. The capabilities are C- Tokens to salted a type of transferring creation. Like this but on the other theorem itself as a platform is certainly not ironclad from from a security standpoint and the last thing you want to have happen is any issues with the fungibility of a dollar denominated token during a chain split or a B migration do chain which is basically. What thirty two point. Oh yes so First of all the the moment when we decided to create Tighter on On the theory was really an fewer. No that was really end up two dozen seventeen. If you recall ended as seventeen was we were almost peak of bull run and the price of a bitcoin transaction enhance transactions. At some point reaches out. be five hundred dollars so of course there was. I was making money so You know people where we're kind of happy Steal the where really complain. Hard about pattern so we wear We we got a lot of complaints and other exchanges complaint that that support attacker that is issued a majority from any doubts about the costs of Of running an owning owed because ultimately you have you need to have a bitcoin a unit to bitcoin orders and an amish transaction so in endo tas seventeen we should we worked on the ethereal Michael For for her and we we deployed it. We really didn't use it and we didn't You know as a beginning to eighteen The market started accounting upbeat. And by the time we were we We wear eighty Announce Terry Theorem. It's an alternative the fees if he goes went down. Whitehall so first of all. I won't say that we never intended to migrate so we we wanted to create the diversity. We wanted to offer a way that a solution in case one blockchain guests load and knocks usable. Not So we wanted to give another opportunity to use a different blockchain. So you should. 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Rio de Janeiro, Botafogo

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Rio de Janeiro, Botafogo

"Rio de Janeiro is not known for its food. Bossa Nova Jaw dropping coastal views and a year-long party spirit is what the Brazilian city has come to be known for the southern rival of. Some Paolo is Brazil's culinary scene is taken seriously in part because that's one of the biggest selling points of the sprawling concrete jungle twelve million city residents. Brazilians will often tell you that the only thing to do in some Paolo is eat but one neighborhood in Rio is becoming a hot spot for new dining experiences offering something more refined ended up to date than the mountains of fried shellfish and basic beach. Snacks Botafogo is an area further up from the emblematic Panama. In Copacabana Strips towards the center of town a nondescript neighborhood famous for its football club than anything worth visiting. You go there to get your car teat pop into the dentist. Visit a great aunt who lives in one of the High Rise apartment blocks today on any given evening. The areas buzzing with young Cariocas Rio Residents. It all began around five years ago spurred by lower rent in the areas more favorable location. Botafogo is a halfway meeting point for the artsy crowd that live up in the hills of Laryngitis Santa Tereza and those who commute from Lebanon and Gavia. What stands out is that butter. Fogel has an experimental confidence that hasn't been seen in the city before with many establishments running a multitude of Functions Cafe Come Delhi Barton Gallery and Art Center. All in one space on offer is a clever mix of traditional hole in the wall bars or tackles that have moved away from selling generic mass produced bid to locally brewed Ales. Let's act alongside laid-back. Restaurants often disused car mechanic shops that have been revamped to offer fresh. Well presented dishes at affordable prices plus a few Michelin Stars topless thrown in restaurant. Last cy helmed by CHEF RAFAEL Costra. Silver is credited with really kicking off the gourmet seen in Botafogo. He's earned mission star since the place opened in two thousand fourteen and sources ingredients from his own garden as well as a plethora of nearby produces in grows. The menu is Brazilian but with a distinctly Basque flavor and lay out small plates. That stunningly presented cost spent several years in the Spanish part of the Basque country before returning to rear further along. The same street is market. You Come Tech. Customers cannot for their tasting menu as part of their dinner service. But there's plenty of space at the bar to just sample cocktail for simpler. Quick Bite. Resto bar KUNA has gained a reputation in Rio for its homemade hamburgers. The line regularly curves passed entrance with Pre Party. Goes opting them. Vegan inspired cats. You Burger all soft. Shell crab in a bomb order. Side of Deep Fried Mushrooms Croquettes said with generous dose of was sobbing mustard. They're delicious humid some nights in Rio plus dancing to their Afro House and Techno Dj sets calls for tip top soft drinks list to quench your thirst. Community subs traditional Matej their own in house. Fizzy drink and ZINGY NUTTAL. Jesus like lemon ginger and hibiscus. The founder Bruno Negron seems to be focusing on creating a culture around food in the area. He helps run a regular market locale community. Let's project gets independent for Jesus together. There's a miserable feeling among cariocas here of wanting to help the poor communities around them with sustainability and a great to social awareness. Shed by many. The onus international restaurants has taken note of the areas new buzz a successful haunt Lapuma over in Panama. Run by a French Jew. Went onto launch CANASTA. Rosenborg last year a wood burning. Fire UP ON TERRACE. Russell's up messy dishes like whole cauliflower drizzled with Sadiki that accompany that wind by the glass list crew is part english-owned a wine bar that specializes in natural and organic bottles

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Neandertals Tooled Around with Clams

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Neandertals Tooled Around with Clams

"Around one hundred thousand years ago in what what is now. Italy are nandor tall cousins. Wait it out into the shallow. Coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea in search of clams. Big Grant the the molluscs from the sea floor and perhaps even died for them in deeper water and they also simply collect clams from the beach but the creatures weren't just food in a recent Study University of Colorado Boulder archaeologist Paolo Villa inner team report that neanderthals modified the clams hard shells into tools for cutting and scraping. The clam derived implements were found inside the grow today. Motion rainy a coastal cave. That was first rediscovered around eighty five years ago by examining wear and tear on the shells the researchers determined that about seventy five percent of the tool source material had been found found dead on the beach. These shows had been worn down from being battered by waves and sand but the remaining shells were smooth and shiny indicating that the clams lambs were still alive on the sea floor when they were gathered. These shells were also thicker and therefore might have made more durable tools so even though gathering clams underwater took more work than picking them up on the beach. The effort may have been worth it also found in the growth at any pumice stones volcanic eruptions that occurred to to the south of the site. Those stones may have been used by neanderthals as abrasive tools. The study is in the journal loss. One neanderthals else were making these tools than fifty thousand years before modern. Humans first arrived in Western Europe but neanderthal intelligence was dismissed by the scientific community. Munity during much of the twentieth century in recent years however evidence of their tool use and even artistic abilities has grown neanderthals hunted. That'd made cave art cooked with fire us boats and when fishing just last year for example research by villa and others found that neanderthals tolls living not far from the grocery knee. Site used resonant. He serves to attach handles to stone tools. They may have gone extinct some forty thousand years ago but it's becoming ever more clear that neanderthals were intelligent creative. People who lead fully human lives.

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How Nelini Stamp Sets Injustice Aflame

Latina to Latina

06:30 min | 1 year ago

How Nelini Stamp Sets Injustice Aflame

"And recognize that chant. It's the English version of the anti-rape anthem. By Chilean activists that went viral. This version is by a flash mob of more more than one hundred women performing outside of the New York City. Courthouse were Harvey. Weinstein will be tried for rape at the front of the pack of women was Delaney Stamp. She's she's the CO founder of the Resistance Revival Chorus and dream defenders and one of the leaders of the Working Families Party Malini. Is that women who inspired us to ask how. How does she do it all? She's here so let's find out. Molina Nice to meet you off the twitter. Thank you thank you for having me. I confusing What did it feel like to stand outside of that courthouse and then outside of a trump a building and say those words? It felt Cathartic. I mean I didn't really. I've done a lot of actions for the last decade and sometimes you feel you're excited about making the impact here excited about engaging in it but sometimes you're like well I've done this a lot and there is something different That happened to me being survivor and my own rate being being able to point and say you know a lot of through like the violators you like. You are the rapists abyss. I was so powerful and the fact that especially when we were doing it in front of the Weinstein trial. You had the judge as you had the courts had you know the story is and the and the song goes you know. It's it's the courts the judges it's the cops like it's the system it and to say that and to to be there with all of those things was just so so our fall and then to ride the train we actually had a one. We did it on the train as well and there was an the elderly woman who is sitting down and started to cry. And I choose right in front of me and I just swelled up with all of these emotions because I can only think of what she was thinking as a woman watching all of these women on the subway just go packing the subway and and enchanting this and saying it's not my fault. Aw The fault wasn't mine. Not where I was not how I dressed you are the rapist. Where in your own life to these words words resonate? I was assaulted and it was one of those things when I was younger I was about nineteen years old club. One of those teen clubs in New York the end my for for days later people are like Oh you were drunk or oh you were this like it was in. I was trying to figure out what happened bent and because I did have a fuzzy memory I was making all of these excuses. I was going back and saying well. What did I wear or was as I inviting or was I put at the end of the day like I said No? I remember that clearly and it doesn't matter how where I was where I was dressed like the fact is is that people should not be committing rape or assault on women and it also happens to men as well but this is the violator in your Arabia's in your path is it just it just it just resonates so well because it's not in the path it's not the anybody does anything to deserve this. Also at the front of that group of women were to other Latinos Latina guests. Natalie Molina Nino Bauman Dasa. How did this action come together? Yeah so some of us. Paolo Mendoza is one of the other. Co Founders Resistance Survival course we we were the one who put you on my radar. I Love I love her so much. A bunch of us we're talking about. We were when we saw I left eye sees the Chilean Elaine Feminist Group and we saw going happening everywhere like I saw from my European comrades to organize it just blew up all over the place and I just remember crying crying watching the videos of how powerful it was to see people all over Latin America people in all of the worlds to say like this is a problem album. It's not just the flash PAN OF ME TOO. It's not just the you know these big moments that have a lot of shine on it and it's happening every a day and people are really suffering and Bala was like we should do this and I've got some people who who to talk to about an I who is also one of the other who helped with the choreography help translate it with Fowler. Who's like oh I would love to do this? And I've got some more women woman and then Sarah Sophie flicker another one of our co founders of the chorus. It's like we should do this out of the Weinstein child but we wanted to be respectful to the silence breakers to to actually the the people who are most impacted make anything that we did to interfere with getting justice. You call yourself a rebel bull rouser. Where does that show up in your life? Outside of protests mid shows up a lot of I grew I grew up in New York City in Brooklyn Gordon. Staten Island New York. Which explains a lot to be both big in the tank in me GotTa represent there were just certain things All of my life and especially especially with my family to I'd be like why. Why do we do do these normal or not normal things but what is traditional thing that we're doing and I think it was just like the way I was raised like I have two MOMS That was really hard hard for a very Catholic. Puerto Rican family to go through. My mother came out when I was a kid. And just like I think the notion of not living that traditional lifestyle when it was starting to break in the United States like it just made me a natural rabble rouser like I would go in school. It'd be like my mom's lesbian lesbian. People don't talk about or I would say. ESPN because that's what I thought could sorry. That's why he's it's not like she's so I feel like it was always. I was always that kind of like in a sense. A fire starter whether it be bucking in traditional norms or kind of standing up for staff. But that isn't super political.

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"paolo" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Join us at the quiet in today for a fascinating and horrifying discussion. Bad medicine. In the downfall of Paolo marketing, and please excuse my pronunciation throughout this episode. I'm doing my best. I'm just gonna say Palo that makes it easier. Not even try to do mockery me. But you do it better than I do gotta roll it around a little, okay? Let's do a beer. So we can get started. This is a fascinating case. It certainly is. So for my Attala in beer gonna do on call to Jessica ale from beer Borgo in Boga, Rosa, Italy. This is a Belgian Cezanne and I forget who wrote in, but she was kind of chastising me for just reviewing Stoute's PA's. So I've done that to you. You do that. Not a lot. What I'm going to try to do over the next few weeks begin to balance out a little bit. So today, I'm doing this saves on to delight the other part of it is collaboration with the famous Belgian brewery, canton. So we've got this beautiful his Honey coloured beer with his huge, huge Whitehead, and tens of lace, it's just actually gorgeous. And it's got this earthy Woody aroma with some tropical fruit Melanie type stuff. Very good taste is up front. What you'd expect sort of funky sour taste, then there's some herbal and grassy notes afterwards, and the nice lingering tightness are medium. Bodied beer highly. Carbonated to clear knows very very very nice beer. All right. Let's hope it up. Okay. And will head on down to the quiet, absolutely..

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"paolo" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Jesus christ going back to his father he was turning do once again turning to god this them of jesus christ jesus christ has done back to his father but he didn't allow us to be remaining loneliness don't want us to be lonely loneliness don't want to be seen the are alone because god one his presence and for his presence jesus has said i'm going to my father but i'm going to help going to help you in the in the invite you have this problem in your life when we go into the book of that is i'm going to rig but you will receive the all is scum abon jew and you will be many weakness in all did you and so me and all to the end of the world my fellow brothers and sisters paolo is coming from weakness coming from it coming from god coming from the holy spirit god gave tink the source that has god given us.

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"paolo" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Into the final fight of his life after a business deal gone wrong which would break most people but he stayed strong through now singer also as another book that you might have heard of called the untethered soul and it's quite different than the surrender experiment but also and i haven't read it but it's highly recommended reading by people who love meditation and uh i am reading unkindness i suppose that kinda brings me to my next book which is warrior of the light by paolo koala so a lot of people love paolo cuello's book the alchemist and i mean some of his books of well i mean his total number of books sold i believe in all the languages over billion copies to hundred i didn't love the alkhamiss that wasn't blown away by it but this little book the worry of the light it's cool little fable and one of my coaching clients gave me this book because i often quote paolo cuello in my presentations and i'm not sure what book this quotas from but he eloquently describes the importance of having structure in your life discipline of freedom are not mutually exclusive but mutually dependent because without discipline you would sink into chaos all right let me read let me read this quote again disciplined freedom are not mutually exclusive but mutually dependent because without discipline you would sink into chaos and that's what happened to me as what happened to me back in my days of anxiety ahead know f discipline i had too much freedom by the paradox of freedom party too much work too much and ended up with the anxiety attacks now his words wisdom and storytelling are equally as stirring in warrior of the light it's a short little fable kinda reminds me of the dow to chang and reminds me of another one of my favorite books which is the art of.

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"paolo" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Paolo in back on the counties on you and uh and then uh are and how i started the funny thing was i was fast melt flyers for the lady um i think i can remember name anyway he on heavy past while farther north of i do this and then i just wanted to my girlfriend she's on ethiopian and or her boyfriend was phnom ganea than he opened he'll abraham was his name when he on the uh african room and i started the air and then some that's what i'm saying carmona's somebody lie to me and had me i wanted to live in this artist house and that he lied can you told me going to read the room to meet threetime so we will come with down beer and mike was playing on stage by himself wounded with no people there he told me to meet him at the joe and two places empty and he had a table with a couple of people and he lied to me so i just rented the room to her so i would up on the stage at the foot maybe walk up to the gia on on the state um end caucasian the end with the post hill here mike and i you know he said look i told me i was the one at the african will i had a top comedians all with comedy was mostly comedy and poetry open and i had in in god bless the soul can res he had all of them all the committee is in dc fouling him and um can had my show lit up with the comedy and donald so and and this gentleman his name was um oh goodness on time remember that he had he had a he had a part of that show tool and then he had the um do the republic garden so where was he asked me to bring if i could just brings fifteen people next week i have the show i sent me and i'll bring thirty and so i got the show and the gentleman that who he over came as i ask you know and that's where it started m then the next big thing i did was the nba all party would masterpiece the i did all the um.

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"paolo" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Paolo in back on the counties on you and uh and then uh are and how i started the funny thing was i was fast melt flyers for the lady um i think i can remember name anyway he on heavy past while farther north of i do this and then i just wanted to my girlfriend she's on ethiopian and or her boyfriend was phnom ganea than he opened he'll abraham was his name when he on the uh african room and i started the air and then some that's what i'm saying carmona's somebody lie to me and had me i wanted to live in this artist house and that he lied can you told me going to read the room to meet threetime so we will come with down beer and mike was playing on stage by himself wounded with no people there he told me to meet him at the joe and two places empty and he had a table with a couple of people and he lied to me so i just rented the room to her so i would up on the stage at the foot maybe walk up to the gia on on the state um end caucasian the end with the post hill here mike and i you know he said look i told me i was the one at the african will i had a top comedians all with comedy was mostly comedy and poetry open and i had in in god bless the soul can res he had all of them all the committee is in dc fouling him and um can had my show lit up with the comedy and donald so and and this gentleman his name was um oh goodness on time remember that he had he had a he had a part of that show tool and then he had the um do the republic garden so where was he asked me to bring if i could just brings fifteen people next week i have the show i sent me and i'll bring thirty and so i got the show and the gentleman that who he over came as i ask you know and that's where it started m then the next big thing i did was the nba all party would masterpiece the i did all the um.

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"paolo" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"If you really hard to listen to someone who's no idea what they're talking about uh starving they just has so much during cover paolo simply call you just disgusted they just it's so hard man level of frustration around think giving with enough the us i just love that i want to play because i i'm sure it captured the reaction a lotta people have outlawed reaction to the latest episode end boy so much i could say well first off like i didn't know ahead of time necessarily how that was going to go and so i i think a lot of people are treating it as though i i like noah ahead of time when i'm gonna talk to somebody that they're going to be informed or not inform i didn't know in the end i you know i obviously have a decision uh i can try to scrapping episode or you know even though it's it's it sucks because it's a it's a huge waste of time if i do i it's true that i do have the editorial control over my show to say well this didn't go well so i won't play it however after that recording i thought well that men there are downsides to this recording because in my opinion lonnie a is a really nice guy i like lining a lot actually he's been nice in our interactions he seems well well intentioned um but he really didn't seem to know much about a lot of things and he seemed to be misled about a lot of things but i thought there were a lot of good reasons to play it a i don't know how representative he is like he that might this goes on horrible that might be representative of a lot of republicans a lot of republicans they get their info from fox.

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"paolo" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"I will get us expedition 53 space station commander randy personally it's patients fifty two fifty three flight engineer paolo on espoli from the european space agency an expedition fifty three and fifty four flight engineer joe akaba expedition fifty three and fifty four flight engineer mark van too high apps awesome welcome to all of you thanks for being with us today so we'll start with comrade and paolo you guys have been up there the longest so just how of the house the mission met going so far what are some of the highlights i mean certainly ah highs for us were getting to work with the previous crew in space ninja peggy whitson learn from them to be able to take over and run space station when we had our new crucial upper experts in fifty three now we're gonna have a dragon come up here bring a whole bunch of science we've got to work with for a whole month shirley the past week has been real exciting through done to ethier's are really returns station backed a good configuration with a robotic arm and some camera work and preparing stuff a robotic tests in the future so we've got a lot of stuff going on inside and goran outside and so it's been a really exciting expeditions so far and we still urge only about half way through while not much to add to what comer there is already said i mean we're doing a lot of tv this year it's always a crazy that you can wake up in the morning start working with something a spin iran and work with some science and and spin around again at work with the robotic arm being doing uh almost all of it right now we have what two hundred more through the two fifty something like that and we are doing all of them.

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"paolo" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"The via paolo fucking mike at i on i'm beside myself i was like somebody made this i was like the person the senate as i you made this right you're fucking with a note at a whole campaign based off our backs that's fine leg sure week we've clearly used fruity pebble for our advantage and that's all well and good lighter and also a biggby in bayne it ends with us that's the that's the lime man however the whole cod sat like even though that's three things that we didn't create that whole concept we did create correct ally if they if they just had a cat in front of mike an ix but i would say nothing the sunglasses where train comes off the tracks from it exactly it's uh they see it as long as the people see it that i mean i know i'm pissed at i like my colleagues by a big mike and i guy could you imagine yeah walk yeah can you not hammer it just could offer a also were good now yagi frana let's hope is going to be groups like we are michael jordan on a line mike sackett i care either of these idiots is going to be the delay like when somebody's in afghanistan does like eighteen seconds later yeah yeah harry joe joins us on his private carolina blue plane it's very dangerous for other plans like a dozen check with the airtrafficcontrol anything it he takes off their land where police i really watts of mcdonald's right now polls in third driver.

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"paolo" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"paolo" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Almost like a tame and paolo but leg skew slight in almost if lamont if a little psychedelic but it's it's again it's very minor key pretty dark and it's just sort of this like explosion in there's is like counting away on the guitars and it's really uh the rest of the besides are on the early workout reflect revenue uh i also really lie second half the bone is track from neon bible broken window i'll him who knows now as it solid again it's not like incredible that if you're a deep in a fan of them as a new were checking out oh boy favour parts of the song reflected occurs when that came out i was aiming to saw reflect your we didn't actually talk about bad law uttering haga nogueras like it's free no autism linebacker yeah and like it's just this sweeter goofed i mean it's almost reflect doha also all but david bowie showing up in that fucking sungsoo has little light revealed kannu in there we'll he performs didn't keep reform he performed wake up with linkup live leka has like he was a he was a big chapter to the ban early onto and also the thing i loved that david bowie it will get to this week after a series of unallocated two things that like he also did a lot of tourism a luckily indy rogge and roll the time because yasser did i guess vogel on returned again up by tv on the radio to i like he just like you dislike he just found these cool new york bans or whatever like in just like another was so they're gonna give up.

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"paolo" Discussed on English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

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"paolo" Discussed on English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

"She could also say here ask him to return my call both of those mean the same you're asking the person to call you and that is the meaning here ask him to call me back paolo says does he have your number your telephone number and pam says he should but i better give it to you i better b e t t e r is the same here as i should it would be better if i gave it to you i better give it to you she then gives the telephone number not a real telephone number don't try calling this number here in the united states the number has as most telephone numbers in the united states all telephone numbers a area code which is three numbers we would say three digits d i g i t s a digit is a number the area code for los angeles is three one zero for my part of los angeles a different part of los angeles two miles from here is a different area code but those are the first three numbers the second three numbers in the last four numbers those seven digits are the local telephone number noticed the local telephone number here begins with five five five pam says 555 63 forty seven uh the phone number that begins with five five five is not a real number when you watch television american television or american movies when someone gives a telephone number they'll often say oh it's three one l five five five one two three four or seven eight nine six the 555 is never used as a real telephone number in the united states and the reason they do that is so that people don't watch the movie and then call this telephone number so up five five five.

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