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Behind the Scenes of Tailwind CSS 2.0
"What's up with tail you guys I've been crazy busy lately and I guess like we've released the tailwind playground since the last one I think we. Got To see it early which, yeah perked perks of the CO host position. Yeah. So we put that out, that was like our big kind of release for the last kind of cycle of work and dot got a crazy ton of attention which is cool and People are making stuff with it like I'll one on a pull up the old database here and we can see. How many things are in there? There are. Two thousand, nine, hundred, and sixty nine playgrounds, which doesn't sound like a lot but we don't allow duplicates to be stored in the database. So if someone tries to save like something someone else's already made or they try to save the demo, it'll um it'll not store like a new crash. So sure those are all unique which is kind of cool and actually a lot when you think about it Yeah. And people seem to be liking a lot. We haven't done a good job of like linking to from the dockside or anything you. Get on eventually. Yeah. But Yeah. It's pretty sweet it's really slick I. Love. The intelligence integration is huge. I. Think that sets it apart from every other used browser. Yeah the live updating as you like hit up and down through the auto complete you don't even have to like hit enter to see like the change in color or padding whatever lets you just like like designing in the browser with your Arrow keys basically. Yeah. It's Fan. I like the experience you get that crow to the class panel but like best because it's in the right order and And it's only 'til you know. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty good. Pretty good. So Great Job Team Now we this last week we started working on like our next work psycho, which is basically. Released when to that's like the big thing so I haven't working on all things related to that. Of course, I underestimated how work it would be just to like. You know when you're hitting a breaking release, there's so much like My sure. That's every tiny little thing that I want to change because this is like my only chance to make a couple of little change is. What it's like. You're making A, we're not making many changes really No class names are changing at all I. Don't think except for the we changed like call gap to gap acts in roh-gap to gap Y, but we already changed like before two point. Oh. But we just have brushed shipping both versions for awhile but not documenting the old ones so I don't think that's Going to be like a racing change for most people, and it's like super define replace to change that one. We're not changing any other class names So the only other breaking changes are super minor. It's like in your configure file. You know how you could set like a default border color by saying like default and then the color that sort of thing it. Anyplace in the configured where we were using defaults to be like a special word that meant something like it meant like don't add a suffix to the class name. We've replaced that with default in all caps so that it stands out and. Johnston. And we did it because there's some utilities where you actually want use the word default. So like we already have class called cursor default, for example, that sets like the cursor to D- phones, defaults of real value for that. So was kind of weird that default meant different things depending on like the yeah. So this felt like worth it because it's just like a go through and opera case a couple of things and most people probably won't have to do anything because. It's surprisingly. Like it's surprising how few people actually customize like the FIG A lot. You know it's just me. Yeah. Most of the changes just like being changed automatically in the default can fig. So if you haven't over ridden them, you won't even change it anyways Let me see what other stuff we we do in here open the very, very logical breaking change for like two data. Yeah. It just makes it a little bit better. And more predictable. I we dropped I e eleven support. Actually that's like the biggest breaking. Jane? I applaud that yes, it's not even a breaking change in the way that. It's a breaking change, but it's like. Not. Like Oh, now I have to do a bunch of work to upgrade to tell him to buy. No it's like you either can upgrade and it takes no work or you can't upgrade right right or you can pitch in and build the I guess it wouldn't be Apollo but like a preset, right? Yeah. Yeah. So I've toyed with this idea that you can totally like this precepts feature until. When now where you can say like instead of extending the tailwind defaults extend like my own defaults and because of how like plug into the tail and stuff is you can actually take like one of our utilities that doesn't work in I eleven like transform stuff is designed in an eleven incompatible way. You could literally just like disable those Plug Ins as part of your preset and include your own plug ins. Eleven scale I eleven rotate I eleven translate. That are less powerful but actually work in eleven sort of doing nothing, which is what are currently do right. And those could still read from like the same theme keys and stuff you know. So you wouldn't have to you basically just be like ripping out the core plug in swapping in a poly fil instead, and if someone just builds maintains it in, you know it's like transparent to the end user. So Gotcha, we might do that or I might just say someone else do that. If you care because I don't care about my own sites. In smaller too because like we used to ship. For every color utility, we have to convert the colors to RGB as we can have a variable portion for the Passi because we use CSS variables to let you get changed the opacity on color but because that doesn't work nine eleven, we ship the HEX code directly behind him as a fallback and. The colors like the biggest part of the whole build. So all of it, every single color had an extra declaration and even with perch CSS, it would keep it because purchase that's only deletes the whole class. It doesn't like delete parts of the class you know what I mean. Sure. Yeah. So now it'll be even smaller in that regard although it's bigger in other ways because we're adding things to it. I A couple of extra cutler, a couple of a couple of that. We're actually being less colors. So Oh, you've extract you're you're extracting them and making them opt in right So that's what we've done. The new defaults are. Gray. Red Yellow Green Blue Purple and pink,
"passi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Restaurant as Charles passi of the Wall Street journal tells us more restaurants are tapping their supply chains to bring groceries to their customers Charles what's going on in New York with this well you basically have a lot of kind of entrepreneurial minded restaurants sort of seizing the moment now and offering a variety of products that they're either delivering or customers can pick up and yes at least one it included toilet paper salad chain no less with selling toilet paper yep restaurants offering you know kind of the products that you might expect you know we can produce that's quite of going on quite a bit and that's American military expanding it even beyond that and it's really a question of couple different things the question of survival for these restaurants I mean they have so much less income so this is a new thing to tap and I think it's also a little bit of a feel good initiative with their customers you know if they can keep up that brand loyalty and or just create a good five that the the idea that when they re open customers may say well we remember that place they thought was political we didn't have any so so there's there's a couple different things going on Charles can you give us a specific example who who did you talk to one of the big one we talked to was to just valid chain and they are a a chain of that may happen stored locations outside New York City but their New York City based chain of salad restaurant and they have completely re written their business kind of our model they are I. B. is basically a full scale supermarket if you will they certainly have the produce but they also have meat and they have toilet paper so there one example little bit smaller scale we talked to a restaurant in a restaurant and bar neighborhood restaurant and bar in Brooklyn called fort defiance and they are they're running a more modest operation mostly again would just produce box and then they expand that they're like well Hey we have a good contact with or meet vendor let's see if you can bring in tonight's meets that we can you know sell to the public then they said wait a second we can maybe access so they're they're kind of growing it get affirmative thirty sample is guy runs a couple of Japanese dessert the restaurant's really one is more of an ice cream parlor and he is he decided there'd be a market for Japanese snacks really I mean it's not really selling a full line of groceries his business is taking off it back when I spoke to him because he's also selling Japanese mochi the ice cream and it's what you like I need to buy a freezer I'm getting so many orders I don't have enough freezer space now so so these are it really kind of runs the gamut you know paragraph about the big national chain obviously is also doing this so it runs the gamut from mom and pops to major change we're speaking with Charles passi the Wall Street journal and you touched on it earlier they have access to some premium products that people may want right I mean you know the thing is is that you know what I mean is that the classic example of that that I would say is that you know everybody everybody goes to steak houses because you can't really buy steak house quality stakes in the supermarket it now and there are some exceptions to that rule and from some high and butchers are still out there and you know you know places like that even Costco sells prime graded meets which is the highest great for steaks but you know it's pretty well known in the food world that bit the big challenges for example really get the best beef so now you can buy that be from them you know things like you know certain types of heirloom vegetables microgreens obviously little little quirky products artisanal products that meet could some of these things possibly be found outside of restaurants yes but restaurant if that's you know high end restaurants especially that's what they live and die for it giving it a wonderful product so so consumers can benefit from that so yeah it's it's it's it's yet another quirk of this thing that people may not only be getting product they need to be getting products that are of higher quality so yeah that's another way that that restaurants are benefitting and able to serve customers and you know I mean the it's not that we you know you don't necessarily need to know a steak house quality stake in these times or whatever people are hurting financially but for those who can afford it it's a real treat right now at home Charles swill street journal reporter Charles passi with this weekend's Jennifer Christian Kerr twenty one minutes after the hour on this weekend coming up next rethinking.
"passi" Discussed on WRVA
"Charles passi the Wall Street journal's taken an in depth look at the champagne scene and joins us now Charles where are these champagne bars specifically on New York and didn't quite a few of them better than in the in the last two three years one of the biggest that is open in New York the Riddler is actually a tamper disco options so they can win in Tampa could go and there are all throughout the country but you have the idea and the ball around Champaign did coming into vogue right now physically what do they look like they're running their bar there are bars and and as far as restaurant I'm so you don't necessarily have to imagine them being different in structure one of them that we read about the which is it's kind of a popup within a larger bad in the the the purple which is for the bottom top are as is common but he shall lay if you can imagine for that one has a special meaning you know they're not necessarily and different process than any other bought I'm also is a restaurant that that could bring that champions Crawley but because that's another the jewel in the bar Charles do the champagne bars have special events where they have tastings what do they do for the public that might be a little different bring that they're doing that is the expanding but of champions that are offered so that you know what what there is to it I mean you haven't been a you know people who think they have a bar or even a restaurant might have a few different champagne typically something on the higher and the big on the low end these places I mean one of them in New York has three hundred different champions on the list getting a whole range of flavors our focus on smaller producers often where the cold grower champagne and so that there is a growing but I'm not going to be you know I'm calling you on the Chris Paul but they actually in some cases the reason they're called growers champagne is leaves are one because implants are growing great for the big houses but they can also make their smaller owns leases so you're really just getting a a wide range of flavors one of the one of the champagne powers in in in in New York this actually called champagne power with one little lip where they offered champagne on ice and they kind of call of the Bill Murray do champagne collection the reason being is normally the the the very funny actor tend to drinking champagne on ice supposedly so they made a whole respond that these are the kind of places where you might find a deeper selection of champagne cocktail could chanting works wonderfully and cocktail there is that aspect to but you know it's it's very much about the debt collection we're speaking with Charles pass to the Wall Street journal with the champagne industry in quotes try to attract people who don't really know anything about Champaner or these bars catering to people who already are somewhat connoisseurs and can tell the difference between this kind and that kind one in between I think what's happening is that what what kind of moving into a period where people are understanding there's a little bit more to champagne and bars are giving them a license to explore Charles passi of the Wall Street journal it's coming up on thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news Mercer rug cleaning studios Richmond news weather and traffic radio dot com station good morning I've been instead with a rack threatens retaliation after US airstrikes after a check of traffic and weather the news radio W. or the a traffic center main interstates inside streets are off to a great start this morning no signs of stalls or delays we just have some construction on I sixty four in both directions at airport drive and also some.
"passi" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Passi of Donahue Tucker in Senate della Pelle whatever Portsmouth is a lawyer's office asserted on behalf of the town the Gilman tens tax assessment of the property is proportional and reasonable and ask the court dismissed the case now you were talking about conscientious objector status rich what if you objected to the seclusion tactic that they use in schools shouldn't you be able to withhold your funding from a school that uses the school district that you can use this I think so for that matter if you object to the police shooting people down like dogs in the street you should be able to withhold that portion there's a lot of things that we should be be able to withhold for it's interesting that the the government says that they find the things that wouldn't be funded in their absence but I mean seems like people want education and security if they were worth it wouldn't it people pay for it well certainly it would be a lot cheaper because you know did to educate kids all you need are teachers a principal and I a and and a janitor you know that's if you're going to go the school route and do mass education some sense which is in the janitor's work yeah that's common in Japan and and other places but the thing is he anything on top of that any local school district well that's a cost without a benefit the state department of education cost without a benefit federal department of an education cost without a benefit they don't do anything to educate kids they just tell people what to do and most of the time what they tell them is lunacy so according to this lawyer in response to the complaint made by house the guy who does not want to pay for school since he doesn't have any kids his arguments bear resemblance to several other complaints he's filed against the town of Gilmanton in the town of pasta when in Superior Court and which revolve around the core argument the mensa Pallice assessment of state and local education taxes are illegal or unconstitutional to the town's knowledge all of these houses other cases have been dismissed Haas who is representing himself has requested a jury trial and has asked the judge to allow other taxpayers to join in the case should they choose interesting I really think it's wrong to charge people for other people's kids I mean what about my dog he's gonna eat one or two people paying for my dogs dog food yeah and that when we're talking about education now in the modern age you can get an education online education is free currently yeah and any just about if they wanted to I mean you know currently there are online schools they wanted open these up to kids to to learn online they could that would fill their mandate for educating the masses or whatever find it wouldn't fill the traditional role of schools which is it'll class welfare babysitting day presence there and I mean my son for years and years didn't go to a school and read and did math and all those things if you read should be thank a teacher.
"passi" Discussed on WWL
"Jacob Passi personal finance reporter at marketwatch. Jacob what's up here. One thing that team come. I went when I heard about this is, you know, we live in this increasingly cashless world and monopolies, one of the way kids, learn about money counting out money how to spend money and doing away with it. What does that do for, you know, kids ability to learn about finances and things like that with this game with no cash, I basically tell the machine pay Jacob five hundred dollars in rent was only out how it goes buttons that you push. And then they're you know, the instructions have a certain list of command that you can make you can't just say anything. The, the system isn't that smart quite yet? But you can, you know, ask to pay rent, you cannot have to buy property, and it keeps track of all that for you. And, you know, this isn't the first time that monopoly has released a cashless addition, they've actually been releasing additions since two thousand six around the world that have used debit cards or credit cards instead of cash instead of paper money. But, but this is gonna step further, and there's not even a credit card kind of like the real world. You know, you can out by stuff with Amazon echo, or, you know, device that has Microsoft score on or something like that. So, you know, this is reflecting the real world that a lot of these kids are growing up in Jacob Passi, personal finance reporter at marketwatch, and he's written a piece, entitled monopoly doesn't use cash more of the questionable lesson that teaches kids, I thought there was an interesting point when talking about physical cash from the old monopoly game handing over kind of your final dollar in defeat in the psychology. Legiti surrounding that about, you know, next time you better be more careful with your money. There are real world lessons there. How do you translate that now though with physical cash? Exactly. Yeah. And that's a challenge that parents, you know, are facing Joe all the time. Not just when they're putting board games with their kids. Children today are growing up seeing their parents, use credit cards. They're seeing their parents online shopping, and that makes money a little less tangible children. You know, they may be encountering literal dollar bills coins, often, then, you know, children in the past did one financial analyst a spoke. With for the story gave an amusing anecdote someone he encountered at an ATM a family and the child, the father, can you get more money from the money machine like, well that's not how it works. And you know, it kind of just show that, that as payments have become more and more digital that makes it harder for kids to understand what money is how it works. How? To save things like that, and games like monopoly like the game of life. More games can be an important teaching tool. You know, your analysts I spoke with pointed out that, you know, it's for children that, you know, maybe not, especially if they're young to be getting allowance or something like that handing over peoper money. Fake money is one way of kind of starting to impart that lesson of financial prudence and saving on that they will learn the hard way in a board game when they spend all their money really quickly to buy properties. And then realize they bought the wrong property or something like that. However, it plays out when you're playing the game thinks Jacob Jacob Passi personal finance reporter at marketwatch based in New York. Thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Michigan is one of the best places in the country to do business. But you don't have to take our word for it. Take Evan Lyles CEO of rush enterprises instead for the people are involved in product development, couldn't be more unique and exciting opportunities that are really going to shape, the future of the of the world.
"passi" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"More from Jacob Passi personal finance reporter at marketwatch. Jacob what's up here. One thing that team went when I heard about this, we live in this increasingly cashless world and monopolies, one of the way kids, learn about money counting out money how to spend money and you know, doing away with it. What does that do for, you know, kids ability to learn about finances and things like that with this game with no cash, I've basically tell the machine pay Jacob five hundred dollars in rent was only out how it goes there buttons that you push? And then, you know, the instructions have a certain lists of command that you can make you can't say anything. The system isn't that smart quite yet? But you can, you know, rent you cannot have to buy property and keeps track of all that for you. And this isn't the first time that monopoly has released a cashless addition, you actually been releasing additions since two thousand six around the world that have used debit cards or credit cards instead of cash, instead of paper money, but, but this is gonna step further. And there's even a credit card kind of like the real world. You know, the you cannot buy stuff with Amazon echo, or, you know, device, that has Microsoft's on or something like that. So, you know, this is reflecting the real world that a lot of us kids growing up in Jacob Passey personal finance reporter at marketwatch. And he's written a piece, entitled monopoly doesn't use cash any more the questionable lesson that teaches kids, I thought there was an interesting point when talking about physical cash from the old monopoly game handing over kind of your final dollar in defeat in the cycle. Collagen surrounding that about, you know, next time you better be more careful with your money. There are real world lessons there. How do you translate that now, though? With physical cash. Exactly. Yeah. And that's a challenge parents. You know, are facing Joe all the time, not just win. They're pulling board games with their kids. Children today are growing up seeing their parents, use credit cards. They're seeing their parents online shopping, and that makes money a little less tangible children. Yo they may be encountering literal dollar bills coins, often, then children in the past did one financial analyst. They spoke with for the story gave an amusing anecdote someone he encountered at an ATM a family and the child, the father, can you get more money from the money machine like, well that's not how it works. And, you know, showed that, that as payments have become more and more digital that makes it harder for kids to understand what money is how it works how to save things like that, and games like monopoly, like the game of life board games can be an important teaching tool. You know. The analysts spoke with pointed out that, you know, it's, you know, for children that, you know, maybe not, especially if they're too young to be getting allowance or something like that handing over peoper money. Fake money is one way of kind of starting to impart that lesson of financial prudence and saving on that they felt learned the hard way in a board game when they spend all their money really quickly to buy property, and then realize they bought the wrong property or something like that. However it plays out when you're playing the game. Thanks jacob. Jacob Passey personal finance reporter at marketwatch based in New York. Thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. This.
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"passi" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World
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"passi" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"It's a story by marketwatch reporter Jacob Passi. Jacob what's up here? Are you know, encountering increasing home costs were extremely high home coffee on cities like New York Francisco, it's not just to buy. It's also expensive to rent and for younger folks, just out of college. That's a very tough. Deal with on the low income. And so, you know, parents who are lucky enough. Have disposable income. Pat today, children have taken matters into their own hands. Starting. You can't buy homes for their kids to us. Or maybe we already have a rental or investment property with to their kids and some of these young adults as you point out our cost burdens, which is this particular phrase explain that. Burden. Good means that you spend more than the recommended third of your take home income on housing related costs. So there's. Time that you shouldn't spend more than thirty percent of your money that you make each month. On housing. Oh, so for some of this country, you know, those expensive cities like I said places like San Jose, San Diego Seattle. Well, over well over half, the residents are around half the residents are cost burden which means that they are basically spending more than is recommended to, you know, get housing. Trickle down. The sax it makes it harder to obscure feelings. It makes it harder to pay off other debt it makes it harder to put money towards your retirement account. And so you know, that that has kind of a ripple effect on one's of their finances. Yeah. What happened just like getting a townhouse with five people? So your your rent costs are super-low. That's definitely that's definitely still going on there. I'm definitely still an option, but you know, in some of these, you know, especially especially in cities, you know, places like San Francisco, you know, a lot of the properties are still so expensive. And you don't make six figures in those towns, even with roommates, it can be difficult to make ends meet. There's also, you know, for for the parent and this janoris they're considering this as an option, especially if they're still owning the home themselves in they're simply renting it out to their kid is possible to view, it has an impact, you know, once your kid gets older and decides to move elsewhere. You can sell it in places you can sell it for currently a pretty good profit. Probably were you can keep it as an investment property that you've out to other people, obviously there are tax considerations and things like that to take into account. But I think for parents the idea that, you know, this is a way they can get their kids more comfortable lifestyle. I'd say. Thanks Jake of marketwatch reporter Jacob Passi, thirty minutes after the hour on this morning. America's First News. And now the I heart radio weekend sports time capsule, fellow sports fans. It's sandy west. Why don't you take a journey back with me to this week in sports history? Let's start way back in eighteen eleven at muscle borough golf club in Scotland the first women's golf tournament is held jumping ahead almost one hundred years this week in one thousand nine hundred three Frank Farrell and Bill devry purchase. The American League baseball team in Baltimore for eighteen thousand dollars and move it to New York City. Yup. It would become the New York Yankees this week in nineteen forty two and his twentieth. Title defense. Joe Louis Cao's buddy bear in the first round of the rematch to retain his world heavyweight boxing title at Madison Square Garden this week in nineteen sixty to the NFL for bits grabbing the facemask this week in nineteen Seventy-three. The American League adopts the designated hitter rule this week in one thousand nine hundred to the cat and iconic moment in NFL history to white Clark makes a fingertip catch for a touchdown from Joe Montana with fifty eight seconds left in the game against Dallas the forty Niners would win the game and go on to win the Super Bowl. This week in nineteen Ninety-one baseball officially bands Pete Rose from being elected to the hall of fame for betting on baseball. And this week in two thousand thirteen it's the mile high miracle in Denver the divisional playoff game between the Broncos and ravens is a wild one. Joe flacco he's a seventy yard touchdown pass to Jacoby Jones with under forty seconds to play in the game. Getting within one. The extra point is good. And the game was tied at thirty five. The ravens go on to win it in the second overtime. That's your iheartradio weekend. Sports time capsule. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on rock and roll lovers? Sandy west here to take you on a journey back to this week in rock and roll history. This week in one thousand nine hundred eighty five the king Elvis Aaron Presley born into flow, Mississippi Elvis would get his first at age eleven for his birthday this week in nineteen forty nine the vinyl record format war heats up as RCA intr-. Produces the forty five rpm seven intrepid eventually replaces the seventy eight RPM records for singles one song on each side. The format takes off in the early years of the rock era this week in nineteen seventy four kiss signed their first record deal with Casablanca records this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six Queen were at number one on the UK singles chart with bogeyman rhapsody. The single enjoyed nine week run on the chart selling more than a million copies by the end of the month. Every number one again in the UK for five weeks following, Freddie. Mercury's death eventually becoming the UK's third best selling single of all time this week in one thousand nine hundred four Cindy Lauper became the first female recording artists since Bobbie gentry in nineteen sixty seven to be nominated for five Grammy awards album of the year. Best new artist. Best pop vocal performance record of the year and song of the year this week in two thousand and three British and Dutch police for cover five hundred Beatles. Master tapes missing since they were stolen from Abbey Road studios about thirty years earlier. And this week in two thousand ten the number one song on the billboard hot rocks. Chart was three days grace break. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Three two one. Oh, no. When every second counts, you can't wing it guys. A little help up here in a home fire. You may have less than two minutes to get out..
"passi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"It's a story by market watch. Reporter Jacob Passi. Jacob what's up here? People are feeling countering. Increasing home costs were extremely high home cost. New York San Francisco, it's not just a. To buy. It's also expensive to rent and poor younger folks just out of college. That's a very tough. Situation to deal with on the low income. And so, you know, parents who are lucky enough. Do you know Pat bond today children have taking matters into their own hands? You know, you're setting disappearance homes for their kids to us. Or maybe they have a rental or investment property at their knowledge into their kids man, some of these young adults as you point out our cost burdens, which is this particular phrase explain that. Burden. Good names that you spend more than the recommended. Heard of your take home income on housing related costs. So there's kind of this. That you shouldn't spend more than thirty percent of your money that you make each month. On housing. Parts of this country. You know, the sixth tenths of cities. Like, I said places like San Jose, San Diego Seattle, you know, well over. Well over half the residents are around half. The residents are comfort and do what you know. They are basically spending more than commended to get housing. Trickle down because it makes it harder to your savings. It makes it harder to pay off other debt the makes harder to put money toward your retirement account. And so, you know. That kind of a ripple effect on one's other finances. What happened just like getting a townhouse with five people? So your your rent costs of super-low? That's definitely that's definitely still going on. I'm definitely still an option, but you know, in some of these, you know, especially especially in cities, you know, places like San Francisco the properties are still so expensive. And you know, don't make six figures in those towns, even with roommates, it can be difficult to make ends meet. For the parent and this equation. You're considering this as an option, especially if they're still owning the ham themselves in their simply venting out to their kid is. View it as an investment, you know, once your kid gets older and decide to move elsewhere. You can sell it places. You can sell it for currently a pretty good profit. Probably were you can keep it as an investment property that you've out other people obviously are taxing situations and thing, but that to take it into account. But you I think for parents the idea that, you know, this is a way they can give their kids more comfortable lifestyle. I'd say thanks.
"passi" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The breakaway Passi sent to whoever the night in order to win the breakaway in one of those games were Darlene. Like mardi too. Great job breaking down the broadcast. I mean look good during the game. But then you break it down even slower in the angle that he takes. I mean, if these people that are voting and whoever gets the decision on on their caller trophy. I mean, you've got to factor in the account of how this guy thinks the game too. Because simple as that. I mean, if you you're going to stick to it because you're stubborn, and that's what I love about. You you you will not give an inch. And what do you mean? Stick to it. You're gonna tell me that he doesn't have any wealth factor. I I'm saying that there's been that. He's looked exceptionally. Good. I'm what I'm trying to say. And I think everybody you need to understand this more than anybody. Could we talk about this all the time and you throw? I know why I just love hearing you say to seventy wild factor gives me absolute is peer opportunity to use my name. So what you need to understand what I'm trying to say here is do you think that what we're seeing currently by Rasmus Darlene at age eighteen with thirty seven games. Do you think that we're gonna see the same guy three years from now two years from now? No. Yeah. What did I say what he is? Wow factor team. I don't think he has when I'm actually they'll factor is going to be is going to be. A little bit later on once. He's really like he has this. This young kid has not even developed his body yet. Exactly. And he's showing us. He's doing things that very very very few defencemen in this league can do already and I'm not over hyping this. There are not defenseman that do what he does with the puck. There are not defensive in that can possess the park and distribute it wherever he wants the way he does he is a a multiple threat. And I don't know. I think he's a better defenceman than Jack is forward in terms of value. I really do sang in one. And that's that's that's saying a ton. I'm not picking one or the other because we haven't both what I'm saying is he is he is more valuable to your defense. Then I believe Jack is your offense and jackets your most valuable piece upfront. You're nuts. Okay. Okay. Well, you can you can say, I'm not I say, you're nuts. When you say you have no wild factor. In fact, in fact, I think you're crazy. In fact, I think you're just trying to piss me off by saying that gives you know, what I don't understand is what you see from Rasmi, Darlene right now is is a young man who is eighteen years old physically. Mentally emotionally is still an eighteen year. Eighteen year old young man. Yes, he has hockey skills. Yes. He has the mind in the hockey IQ and all these things that has given him a package that has made him the number one pick overall when I'm trying to say is what we see from him right now. And what we're going to see from him. Just. In a short period of time a year two years from now is going to be a very different Rasmus. Don. Remember, we talked yesterday about the impact he's talked about impact. Wait, wait, two years and tell me about now we're going to be somebody. You're talking about on originally talking about Rasmi talk. How dynamic is? I don't think the six defenseman that were here before him. Okay. If you want to say, McCabe, you wanna say goes if you wanna say. Like, I don't care where they've played or who they've played with. They've never seen a defenseman that they've played with make moves like is made. No, quote, I feel like they like Darlene has given the all these other defensemen a different way to look at the young a different way to what I will say to this is only one thing. I guarantee you every single one of those defenseman that you just named all of them are all sitting there thinking in their mind. Holy crap. This kid is good. But I can't wait to see what he's going to be like in a year or two when his when he's just more mature. I mean, we haven't even begin to to come close to what Rasmi Darlene is going to be in this league. We have not seen it. He is learning. He's only thirty seven games into his NHL career. I mean when you came in at at age twenty year when you came in and twenty one twenty two whenever you played you a different player. Two three years down the line for me. When I first started at age twenty I played five games that year the player that I was when I was twenty three and twenty six and twenty nine were completely different. I grew and matured and got bigger stronger, mentally more confident in my abilities. Raza's doll leans a teenager. Great blue, Danny we love this guy's tweets. Okay. And he listens regularly. And he's got some doozy's. They're hilarious. But he also has some very good points to. And he says I believe Darlene has a while factor. That's him saying that, but with Craig at least concede that his game has a wo- component. So he's taking you down. Wow. The wall. Just like, you know, there is no question that he has. Whoa. And I will leave in give him at times throughout the thirty seven games that we have seen some. Wow. Okay. When I think about how I watched d'alene. Sorry. Go ahead. That's it. I mean, when I think about how I watch Dolly when I turned the game on at seven or seven thirty or eight or one o'clock, whatever time the game starts, I I'm not going to tell you like, I'm all excited and giddy. But I'm sitting here saying, I cannot wait to see how Darlene place tonight because of his youth because you don't know if you're gonna get a hall of fame game or you could get Pittsburgh where you know, the game where they came back and won. They scored three goals late where he was he was a train wreck. But he went out and did some absolutely phenomenal things which makes you completely just kind of balance a scale from youth to superstar. You know? I mean what I I've really enjoyed is watching. And everybody out there. That is watch Rasmi, Darlene. They see each and every game. This this young man maturing in his game. And I'm very happy because I was worried that there would there was going to be far too much pressure. Put on Rasmus Darlene to come in here and be a savior for the Buffalo Sabres and have to do all these special things and take us to the promised land. What he's done right now is he solidified a back in that is struggled for years. And he is now one of the pieces that has done a very very nice job of of making this sabre hockey team member the much stronger team, and I just watch him grow each and every game. He's so much more confident than what he was in the first ten fifteen games this season. We're getting to watch a different Rasmus Dolly now at at game thirty eight, but I guarantee you by the time we hit game sixty. I think that this young man is going to continue to grow his game. And I think it's gonna be awesome. We were talking yesterday about the Stanley Cup blueprint. You you brought it up, and we were trying to find all the components. Here. I'm looking right here. So that's great center. A game-breaker offenses defenseman a core hardened by the play offs and size. Those obviously we had Craig customs on to talk about this. And it's funny. I pulled up the Atlantic Division sabres division. I pulled up we had Craig con customers on the show about this. And he excluded goaltending. For a reason. That's obvious. Right. You need a good goal goalie to be great or you need a great goalie. It'd be great. But you need goaltending to show up in the playoffs. So that was an obvious one. It was great centers. Okay. Great center jackal. It was great centers, plural, plural. So a game-breaker an offensive defenceman a core hardened by the playoffs. And I feel like they're getting there and size. They added some size the Addison veteran players in the off season with you know, I know Brooklyn's not here. But you have you have Sherri you. You have hun wick. You have Hutton. You have some other veteran players that have some playoff experience. You added some size Thompson. Yeah. The other size forgetting somebody. A game-breaker Jeff Skinner. Is how about this one? How 'bout Zach golden? Okay. You've added size because he didn't play last year and Jake McCabe, one of our most physical. So he's bodies checkers. We're talking about. We had these two guys, but they were injured last year. Now, you had these guys into the lineup. I mean, we've got the size. Certainly we've got some physicality on the back end just with wrist aligning. And but goes and even bowl you this year has been a Mack truck. He's not afraid to fight not afraid to drop the gloves. He's looking for some big hits to keep some guys honest. And guess what? With some of the fights. He's had this year bull. You that is. I mean, he's getting some respect around this league, which I think has been good. It's hits added a little bit of pop and physicality to our back end offensive defencemen, if Dolly gets forty points this year, you've added as an eighteen year old. You've added an offense is an offensive defenceman risk. Those got some points boys us getting points McCague's getting. Points. These guys are all chipping in Casey Nelson's chipping in so you're getting offense from your defensive side game-breaker. Jack's your great center. Jack is also your game-breaker. But I feel like Jeff Skinner's kind of he's been your game-breaker. How many OT games as he had listen when you make the check marks for where the top five things, and we'll go over them again, you need center depth. So that's not just one you need to have multiple centers down the middle game-breaker number one defenseman. Core hardened by the play offs and size. When you look at the first one, we are not where we need to be in order to be a successful. Playoff not just a playoff team. But a Cup contender. We are lacking. In that that that the spot right now? Eight o'clock game tonight sabres are in Saint Louis. First game back after the break. And we're the instigators we'll be right back after this break. And when we come back, we'll do our buy sell trade, and that has to do with the major trophies at the end of the year. The sabers will have some finalists for more than one. We'll talk about that when we return and are the.
"passi" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
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"passi" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"And we realized like if you try to script this kind of stuff and you're not an actor, it's gonna turn horribly. So we're trying to, we're trying to read, and then we realized, why don't we just talk like we're having a conversation, which is what we wanted anyway, and that seemed to work out much better. But yeah, there was a lot of them that I think we had a couple months of give and take before. We were actually ready to go and put this out there. And I think we're glad we did. But yeah, it's been fifty episodes almost a year in the. I think we're, we're pretty thankful for all the people that listen to. We have really great audience because we get tons of comments and feedback and people that call us out over wrong or set of questions. And it's been, yeah, it's been. It's been fun. And then we try to do the recording side on our own and I can barely plug in the microphone half the time Vanessa by bike on. So that was our technical expertise is not exactly there. So if we, we outsource this to Matthew Passi who does an amazing job of editing this for us and he's the one who. Puts together the intro and without him, this would be it wouldn't work. Yup. Yes. I'm Matthew's been great, so thank you. Everyone for listening leave us a review on I tunes. We've got some good ones afar, but that that's our, that's our one ask for the week. Okay. Okay. All right. That's enough padding in the back. So one of the reasons that I wanted to show the podcast is because you and I talk about this stuff and bounce ideas off each other. So I want to do that now. So something that you and I talk about quite a bit is when we're going to write a blog post, we will bounce ideas off of each other. So I wanna bounce ideas off of you for something. I'm going to write this week, so I want to make the case for owning bonds in not in the diversification sorta way, but it seems like a lot of people these days..
"passi" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation
"Yeah so a month with passi not on teat thout and and now unbe we going to go out on are a lame talking end say about it that so this is doesn't happen social out of media nowhere has sunday to do him not saw gonna teeth knows out you we feel didn't know vodka that social coming media and has if unida you don't with him being have taken enough it to control going as a man to jail to we control nobody yourself posting them the bell minute we essentially it know happens about it you to underlying mead to fall so message on your from what i graph sword from where he said anyone without him lead actually to be saying like it i i don't need even know help if he realized because i'm that you said obviously that is essentially im capable what sophia of sep saying ing away from a situation so you'd rather to this me night i hitoshe don't oll media want those she types continue of black to get abused families behind miami if we what this goal are on we that at immature all school argument i we wiz when people talk this about relationships go grasping in elway xxx for though strand in they faces of that we though would rather though the ing coon your coal face black family will say together but grandma we are we're okay yacht with need to ha children well grandma seeing and grandpa their moms had tif out get on not want grant my grandma this at my granddad in grandpa step that like nobody always gonna worse i was traumatic this traumatic love why does love me and you wanna know wanting to get my asi when what i say too because it's it's still it's still the negative imprint afugglas inflated vring doesn't may sense like we ads black people we need like in order to really really remove the cloak of slavery we meet to realize that part of the the the inherent violence that we think is normal is because we were used to getting our acids beat from day one we got here that we were used to families being torn apart we were used to men not being able to.
Star Wars' Mark Hamill Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
"Go vert tell v r t o e uh again these are all luggage services must him offer insurance of your bags too so uh like anything else just remembered jewelry in cash that you put in your checked luggage on the airline is not insured if it gets stolen the airlines do not have basically in the fine print they will not cover your jury same thing with any of these services you keep jewelry cash and your bag he get stolen they're not a liable so uh niece usm common sense but a good way to stash your bag if you're going to be traveling in you're not going to be close dear combinations rican drop specific at the hotel with the bellman star wars icon mark hamill got his hollywood star so can if you those of you that are star wars fan congratulations to mark hamill and dna is added to the walk of fame and uh so away way way overdue here he in ecorse he was a with george lucas and harrison ford uh so fantastic fantastic for mark hamill and dead that you're hollywood inside a report for this show he the burger flipping robot as as get a fourday break that we had a couple of hard days at work and they're they're given in four days off now the good news is if you're worried about a robot taking java turns out the mechanical labour's need a break uh only singleshift in his poorly kelly burger restaurant passi california this week flippy the robot burger flipper is going on hiatus just for a few days they're going to be taking a back in making some tweaks they learn some things according ports robot did his job well but with.
"passi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Party lines or if it remains a particularly partisan issue but it is a clever way for states to try to force net neutrality and get around that fcc prohibition against passi's laws for net neutrality statewide they can't do that and not run up against the fcc trying to shut them down with the new open internet guidelines that are going to go into place but they can decide who gets their contracts so he here we go one more i i i think there's a lot of momentum building for there to be a showdown in congress about a new bill i at t pudding one out like that burger king running a net neutrality lauper analogy shows that it's definitely part of his i geist burgers whether were actually going to get any agreement any any cross the aisle this is what we can do and create a nineteen 96 telecommunications bill so type thing i right now does not look likely well i mean it this you could make the argument that this is states using the market at work right you know the first round of the contracts are a huge parts of the budget are a huge parts of the revenue for these isps so abuse a look if you run foul of this we will wrap you on the knuckles by taking you out of these gigantic lucrative contracts then that is something that that that might pay attention to yeah i i i would still love do see just an updated framework you know some kind of a look from from our our our.
"passi" Discussed on WTVN
"But prior to her actual passi what happened because we would we would advocate and talk about this and i somehow unbeaten no one can he got hooked into her energy and i didn't realize that it was for that i was experiencing but for approximately five months before she passed i think the daughter was born in september and i believe she's the the following february so i i'm or february or march somewhere around there that you know just right after her daughter for but what was happening to me is i was having these issues and my family probably thought that i was really really insane and needed to be locked up i self but i would look at my body and i would see and it was always my right leg and i would see my right leg as being really huge and having like an infection in it at the top this was in my head okay i didn't actually have infection but i thought i did so why would go downstairs and i would fade as been you know can you see my legs bigger and i think it fallen and i have an infection and we we take out the camera and he would not pictures of way so that i could actually see it in the camera so that i could be that that wasn't actually what was happening um so this went on for several months in there were several times where i was out with another friend of mine who was the media and we were at a hospital in hollywood and it occurred to me that i was dead even though i wasn't bad but it occurred to me that i was dead so i felt like i could walk out of traffic because nobody could see beat any way and she had to actually pull me an off the road and they said.
"passi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the gary and shannon show we will bring you all the latest from all the fires and we're gonna be joined by neil surveyed the forecast reporter for tasty tuesdays gary and shannon this morning's in kfi am 640 more stimulating kfi am 640 bill handel here and we continue on with the coverage of the fire of course gotten just insane news weekly northern california which is now being called the nor cal fire sixteen of now been they consider it one fire and dave passi who is a spokesperson for fema and we're going to get him and then there was a unfortunately cancellation because there were some briefings going on jennifer's husband scott was briefing dave and because of the connection with jennifer and this is where she gets big credits i take back the kuti's at you had uh we do have dave passi with us dave again thanks for joining us i know the second time go round so if you would can you tell us about how fema is involved in what specifics were going on right now all right yeah bill thanks very much we appreciate jennifer facilitation but will always get on with you and your listeners as well right now it's really too support for the state and local wed firefighting operation yesterday without europe with a record but it feels like a record day ten fire management graham one in southern california nine in northern.
"passi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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