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"peco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"peco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Free to roam as well. So that would be my first recommendation for the ones who go there in the summer. Ambassador kosari, thank you for joining us. You're listening to the briefing on monocle 24. This is the briefing on monocle 24 in this ears Thursday's briefing and this is the last item thereof, so it is. With all due trepidation time to welcome Fernando Augusto peco to the studio with this week's global countdown Fernando as I understand it, this is not the usual global countdown usually we look at the top 5 of a particular country, but this week is one of those weeks we've decided to impose one of your themes upon proceedings. It's a good theme and by the way you can blame it on me if you don't like the songs you can really blame him. I often blame the people who made the record. But I do also blame you as a subsidiary culprit for bringing them to my attention. So basically our new issue, the quality of life he is coming out today. And for the magazine, I chose a playlist of a hundred, a summary tracks. So you can listen and enjoy the summer. Listeners. I can not over stress this. We will only be doing 5. Please, please stick for the next four weeks for the next really? Yes. That'll only be 20. It's just a taster. Of course, you have to buy the magazine if you want to look at the full on list. And perhaps go to Spotify as well. So is the idea within the context of the magazine, which is all about how to improve the quality of life that your playlist will kind of reduce it back to the average, or absolutely. And I divided the playlist in 5 moods as well. I think that's the truth. So we'll play one track for each mood. The first one. It's one of the moods to spare Fernando. Who knows? The first one. I think you perhaps you might like this, is road trip. So this is songs that you can have a listen when you're driving to a canal or to brighter, or to whatever. Tell me a place in Australia you would like to drive. Anywhere that gets me away from what we're about to hear. I suspect I do like a road trip. So, and there is a specific sort of music, which I do think works well on road trips. So this is going to be a country record, isn't it? Of course, not. This is actually Japanese house music. We'll have a listen out to shinichiro yokota with night drive. Let's have a listen. When does it start? Well, I mean, you shouldn't say anything bad about shinichiro yokota. He's a Japanese house music legend. And that's from his 2016 album. Do it again. And it's funny. I think that was his first full on album. I mean, he's been going on since the 80s, but I think he never actually kind of wrote a whole album. There were a lot of singles here and there. I quite like that. So I think it's quite gentle. I can totally imagine myself driving. I mean, I can imagine it in the context of a car in that I can imagine asking the taxi driver if he would mind turning that off. But we will move on to what it says here is a pero time, which I do understand in that this segment of the briefing very often makes me wish I'd had a drink beforehand. So how do you see this fitting the summer mood? This is a kind of a pre dinner drink. So, you know, something you can dance to but not too much, so it's not really a club anger, but there's some Sims here and there. It's dancing before dinner a thing people do. I think so. What a bit of a pre dinner dance. I think I actually prefer dancing before dinner, because after dinner, I usually like to sleep. So why not during? And this artist actually had the pleasure to go to Vienna to interview him for the magazine when we did our Austrian issue. One of the most famous Austrian DJs, and there's a very special guest in the show. Exactly. I will tell you who is the special guest after. This is Wolfram, what is what is it like?.

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What to know about COVID-19 variants' potential spread, impact on vaccines

Morning Edition

04:15 min | 1 year ago

What to know about COVID-19 variants' potential spread, impact on vaccines

"And I'm No well, King. Good morning. Ah, virus that spreads a lot has many chances to mutate and covert 19 is doing both in this country. Researchers in the U. S now say they have found at least seven new variants here now. Other countries, the U. K South Africa and Brazil. They've all reported variants to with some big questions like Are they more dangerous? Still outstanding. MPR's health correspondent Rob Stein has been following This one. Hi, Rob. Good morning. Well, what have you learned about the U. S variance? So the first of these various was spotted by researchers in Louisiana. But it turns out the same kind of mutation looks like it also emerged completely independently at least seven times in this country. No, That's it awful large because it suggests the virus is doing something called convergent evolution. That's when an organism evolved in a way that gives them some kind of superior power. Here's what Jeremy Camille of Louisiana State University says about what the virus is doing. He spotted the mutation. It's infected millions of humans around the world now and it's probably just, you know, getting Into a more intimate relationship with our species. The question is, What is that more intimate relationship mean? Exactly Does it make it spread more easily from one person to another doesn't make it more contagious. Do do. Researchers know the answers to that? Yeah, well, no one knows yet it looks like it's spreading quickly in the places where it's been spotted, but it's not at all clear. That's because of the mutation. No viruses mutate all the time. Sometimes there are big problems, but a lot of times not so much, and there are other mutants that had been previously spotted in this country. Like you know, one that took over in Southern California Scientists are still trying to figure out whether it's more contagious or, you know, just got lucky. Now this newly identified mutation occurred on a key protein that sticks out from the surface of the virus called the spike Protein. It's how the virus infects cells. That's also the target of drugs and vaccines. So any change could be really important. I talked about this with Andrew Peco Shit. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. We should keep an eye on it. I myself have already passed this on to the people in my laboratory, and we're looking to see if we can find viruses with this mutation because if we can, we're going to bring it into the laboratory and try to study it to see what's actually happening here. Now, you know to be clear. Pecos means he passed on the details about the new various Those colleagues Yes, so they can determine you know whether they're more contagious or not Now, no one thinks there's any reason to panic. You know, far from it, actually. And we already know that there are those other various circulating in this country that we know we should be worried about. And what about the non US variants, some of which were identified before ours. How are they evolve? It Yes. So you know, more than 1100 cases of the one first flag in the UK have been confirmed. At least 40 states and British scientists just released more data than makes them even more worried than ever that, in addition to spreading faster, it may also make people sicker. You know, and the first one spotted in South Africa has not been detected in at least eight states and the one originally seen in Brazil is in at least two states. But the reality is they're probably already way more common than that. The U. S just isn't sequencing the genetic code of the virus enough to really know how widespread they are. And the spot any new variants fast. I talked about this with saucy of pop sq at George Mason University. We're flying blind right now, when it comes to mutations, and how prevalent they might be on the community already, so we really need to ramp it up. The CDC says. It's trying to wrap it up. But the country still has a ways to go. And what about the vaccines that we currently have? Will they help against the new variants? Yes. So the vaccines maybe someone that's effective against some of these various, but so far they seem to work pretty well. But the most important thing is to keep these viruses from spreading as much as we can to prevent any more dangerous ones from occurring. You know, the virus is still spreading like crazy in this country, which makes the U. S essentially a giant Petri dish that could easily produce even

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"peco" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"peco" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News, Radio Times. Seven o'clock. I'm Jodi Jordan. Our top story accused of stealing vaccine I maybe. See Chuck Stevenson coming up. First to check on traffic. Here's Darren Copeland. Well, People have made a mess of it today. So we're still trying to pick up the pieces As we look at things from the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center. I 25 South bound still terrible. Or we got the accident at 38 been cleared, but you're still seeing delays. We got a police incident still there allegedly at the south and I 25 20th. And then you are the next in the backups of 48. So delays all the way back tol about the Boulder Turnpike. We're seeing some or slowing. And now on that North bound side approaching Array area that's got you backed up almost 1/6 Avenue earthbound 2 to 5. You're going to see some slow traffic from Sixth Avenue up to I 70 that's due to erect as well off freeway. Alameda closed in both directions between rare Tana Peco's That's due to more police activity. So be aware of all those spots. This report sponsored by West era Credit Union Love the home but hate the kitchen West Eric and fix that Get the extra renovation money you need with a a new mortgage or refinance at West Air Credit Union connect with the Specialist at more money mortgage com. Equal housing lender and MLS for 21606. I'm Derek Goslin. Okay, away news radio. Live everywhere on the I heart radio app box 31 pinpoint weather. Partly cloudy and 27 Tonight Sunshine and 52 tomorrow a slight chance of snow tomorrow night down to 26 on Sunday Sunshine.

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"peco" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

Esports Network Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"peco" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast

"You have some venues that additional sports fans flocked to generally thought to compete in what sport you know, if if somebody's a fan of the Bundesliga, you could safely assume they like soccer or football depending on where you're at in the world. I know we have quite a lot of European audience. I don't want to offend you off. And it is sports. If somebody's say a fan of Team Liquid. You don't know if that means they're fan of csgo if they're fan of Super Smash Bros. If they're afraid of League of Legends, you've really know where they're based entirely, you know teams are Global in many ways and they have vastly different fanbases depending on what particular Esports they like maybe they're afraid of liquid in one sport but then energy and a different a sport and it gets really hard and we've seen you know, I use Liquid as an example because liquid launched a platform about three months ago, which is sort of like a branded social media hub and really their their goal was to quantify their fans. Hey get people to sign up get people to tell you where they are. What games are interested in and just try and gain more data. So Esports companies are looking for this data right now and it's something that PECO does and I feel like it's something that is incredibly important in E sports page. Due to the lack of being go localized so you don't know necessarily where they are in the world. You don't know what sport they're entirely a fan of and things change pretty rapidly. So staying on top of page where your fans are what they enjoy is a tough child tree Sports absolutely and also besides the challenge it's a must because I believe Team Liquid and other you know, professional teams, lots of their monetization, um models based on sponsorships and things like that, right, but how would you know which sponsor could be relevant for your support team? If you don't know who your friends are you just starting out lengths and then sponsors would come and and spend more money with your team whether you have engagement or not..

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"peco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"peco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They stay What? Your just just in school it at right guard and the 40. Niners got up on the line and then backed away. We have a stoppage of play here. So much tobacco is hurt. Well, he's been I took over for Corey Peters, the one on IR with a knee. They're also minus Jordan Phillips Peco, a tremendous run stuffer. His flat on his back over on the sideline. So it's second into see Jason the shotgun. Wilson Jr. Who was right, They send Artyukhin motion a handoff to Wilson again straight ahead with Peco out of the game. Why not wanted at the heart? Their defense, and he's got a 40 101st time across the 30 up to around the 32 yard line. I like that in a nice block. They got Buddha Baker blocked that time release occupied by Richie James, and it's not always tight ends and running backs blocking Buddha Baker. The receivers when they're in those tight formations have got to be able to go in there and dig him out. First in 10, 40 Niners, So a couple of Jeff Wilson Jr runs to open the game. 40 Niners down three Nothing. We're six minutes into the game. Hands Joseph, the defensive coordinator of Arizona. They were dead last in almost every category last year, including at yards allowed per game so much better this year. Now, better than the gun Gonna throw out of the shotgun looks left now gonna throw middle into the crowd, and it got broken up by Buddha Baker. He tried to hit brain that I Yukon. The in cut, Timmy looked left came back middle of bit late and Buddha Baker drove on the ball to break it up. May I think he wanted initially go to Kittle, who was in bracket coverage. They had him doubled up and then CJ. Beth tried to slide that right in between defenders and actually did. Look like a linebacker got a finger on the ball, but certainly one that could have.

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"peco" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"peco" Discussed on WTVN

"Real quick. Unfortunately, pet value has been a victim of the pandemic at this point. Yeah, I mean, well, you know, pandemic but just kind of the world we lived in. Yeah, value is joining, and he said they're shutting down joining a list of retailers. It has been shuttered during this corona virus pandemic. But of course, it was a lot of other factors contributing to this pet store going out of business. You know some of the big superstores Peco PetSmart, but also of course, amazon dot com and Shui so about 350 stores, a number of thousands of employees all going to close And what's interesting Brandon is is that no value is closing, even as a pet boom is occurring any time adapted turns in terms of dogs during a pandemic. What you think about all the brands Penny, Neiman Marcus J. Crew, Brooks Brothers and now pet value all declaring bankruptcy amid this pandemic, so it's not over. Yet. A lot of companies still still suffering and pet values is one of them this morning. Trust me, I get a five cats and two dogs in my house. That's insane. It's would you like, Would you like a complimentary cat by the way, and this always fascinated me because historically for the past few years, with the stock continuing to rise The Amazon. Jeff Bezos, the CEO and the founder, he I mean, he did this earlier this year, but he's probably never sold more stock in his life that this year billions Yeah. I mean, look, Jeff businesses the world's richest man, thanks to Amazon, But even the run had you can't have you. No excuse to take a couple of you know for us would be a couple of dollars for him. It's a couple of million $3 billion worth of Ember that Amazon stock hatched out. Cashed out over $10 billion this year. Drunk from last year, the only told about two billion last year. But don't worry still got a lot of risk on the table here. He still owns $100,000,000,170 billion. Worth of Amazon stock that 53 million shares, making him the world's richest man. Pretty amazing story. And you know, he's got a space program to fund that. The number of a private enterprise is that he's funding. So Jeff continue to invest and all of us continuing to shop on Amazon. Jonathan I can't even imagine. Yeah, I hear that. That's why he sells. A lot of this stock is to fund his blue Origen. His space program. Yeah, you're headed to these guys, Brendan, you know Well, they millionaires or even many, many billionaires. I mean, they could sit on a beach in Tahiti or in Cancun for the rest of their lives every wonderful, but they continue to invest it continue to innovate that continued to create wealth. Keep that in mind the next time you hear somebody quick down millionaires and billionaires. Look, what people do are millions of millionaires and billionaires Years create the jobs that all of us enjoy its very inspiring Jonathan Hoenig from capitalist pig dot com. Jonathan can't wait to talk to you again soon. Well, thank you again. All right, take care, 8, 17 traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products. Here's Johnny Hill. Couple accidents on the West side. One of them just reported.

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"peco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"peco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hager body. Another long day of questioning is underway on Capitol Hill for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham Open today's hearing. With a word on whether Barrett would bring her personal opinions to the bench, not the role of Supreme Court justice to pass judgment on your opinions. It's the role of a Supreme Court justice and very limited circumstances passed judgment on laws passed. Democrats spent most of yesterday trying to pin bear it down on abortion, Healthcare and the upcoming election judge said she does not consider Roe v. Wade a super precedent and wouldn't say whether she'd recused herself from any upcoming cases. The race for covert 19 treatments has hit two setbacks this week. Just last night, Eli Lilly put its antibody trial on hold. That was less than a day after Johnson and Johnson paused its late stage vaccine study, Andy Peco should the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health tells us this is how these studies are supposed to work. It's not uncommon for clinical trials to be paused. Sometimes a couple times during their course, because of safety concerns. YouTube is going to start taking down videos that spread misinformation about covert vaccines that would include claims that the shot would kill people or cause infertility. Or that they'd be used implant microchips, a conspiracy theory that's been levelled at Bill Gates. Ah, YouTube spokesman says the new policy would not apply to videos about vaccines for other illnesses. YouTube's Posted clips questioning vaccinations. For years, Russia has approved a second covert vaccine. This shot developed by a former bio weapons research lab has been registered for public use before completing phase three trials. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists.

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"peco" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"peco" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Denver Broncos handling the corona virus protocols? This year? We've got a process as an organization of all team that we're not all the for a cause for six months, seven months to tell with her grand a vaccine. And I also realized, you know, really his players and even those coaches that when they're away from this building that, you know they have to be very careful with, you know the amount of people around here. They're around. So the export they don't get exposed and This time, you know and also bring it into the building. So it can be these players more than ever have to be more dedicated to the cause of what we're trying to do in this one for months. By the way, and that's what you addressed earlier, Big Al about the Florida Marlins. We know the situation that dairy any major league baseball because the first chance they got to get out and about And get outside of the situation which was being safe. They brought the virus back. They did, Jo Jo. And not only did they bring it back, they brought it back. Ah, in a way, that was irresponsible. Ah, and they didn't take into account. The other members of the other other baseball organization that they played the Philadelphia Phillies. So not only did they do something that was stupid and out, Landis They didn't even consider whether or not the other team I had a choice in whether or not they played mean that that was made over a text message that started in the clubhouse. So how can you How can you justify that? If you are a member of that baseball community, you just gotta look. Att. Derek Jeter's leadership there as just poor. And now the Marlins are starting to test daily and why they haven't been tasted testing daily in a 60 game season is beyond me. I mean, any interruption is bad for baseball. So you know the shuffling that they're doing right now to get the schedule back together. Is unnecessary. If you ask me the Marlins, all they had to do was take care of that business. Go on a road trip. You know, Stan, your hotel room, you know, have the food that's prepared for you played the game. Stay out. Stand hang out at the park getting gets extra cuts and just just relax. I don't I don't get it. Johnny. We also talked about. We heard we talked to Cal Peco defensive tackle for the Denver Broncos, who was the first Broncos player to opt out. And John Elway expressed on well, Kyle Peco opting out and whether he expected any more players to do the same. You know, he had one of those other preconditions that they have listed and I don't know what those hole this is, and I think I know the type blood pressure was asked for something, but stated that no, that was the reason why I was opting out because of Was more susceptible, and so more fans have not heard of anybody else. So far, there's been some wrong rumblings about Couple guys, but not anything else yet. By the way, we just talked about the Miami Marlins situation, and John Elway expressed on whether or not that made them nervous. Well again. It's like I said earlier is going to come that we gotta have a commitment when you know these players have when they're away from the building, and that's what you know it's going to come down to and I'll say they are and and really, As I said, it's It's even. You know, it's it's over many huge commitment but a lot of time, but it will get away from the game. Get away. Get away from the building. But that's that has changed because of the virus. So We're gonna have to be more careful with it, so it doesn't worry me. Sure. Where's me? But hopefully as long as we continue to talk about it, we get from our organization and our players and our coaches. Then you know, I hope that we can avoid any catastrophe. You know, we talked to Ah, Big Al and I spoke to a head coach of the Denver Broncos Vic Fangio for collect today and by the way, that'll be honor. Ah, you'll be able to hear that on a k away colorado dot com. Just go to the big Alan Jo Jo page and you'll be able to find that segment. K away news radio dot com. Thank you, Um One of the things you talked about, is that for guys? It obviously didn't see a lot of action last year, guys that are rookies this year not having that live game play of the preseason is going to make things Ah little bit tougher, and John Elway talked about on whether or not he has to temper expectations for Andrew luck and this young offense. Well, I mean, I think that we have yet they're definitely tempered. I don't think that we can expect with no off season for for them for us come out on all cylinders. I know that we spend a lot of times to meetings at the staff on the offensive side, but a lot of time with it, But there's nothing like being on the practice field on. So it's gonna be a slow build and the expectations of Drew how many did play well for five games That was only five games last year. Then have the off season this year, which you know for young football players. It's always very, very worked. But, you know, I know that he does spend a lot of time throwing to the receivers get time doing what they could do. Away from the facility. So, yeah, I mean, it, you know, were very, very young on the offensive side. I think with weight training camp set up. I always remember Resurrect. It was important for me to see other elements. Just how much but see other helmet to get used to, you know, realize that eight they are now in the NFL, and I think You know, with our young team that that doesn't help us. I was hoping for a preseason games just because we're so young on the offensive side of them to get to see somebody also, but that's you know, we're gonna have to do it. That's today's world is Adjusting and so will adjust to that. And I know that Ritter kids not permanent. And, uh, you know, you're everything that can get up to speed. But again, they're going to be there going to be young guys without an offseason programs, so we definitely have to You know, give him some rope and tempered a little bit and then data when one francs at a time. Pig out when you were playing. Did you have joint practices with other teams and during training camp? Oh, yeah, man. Oh, yeah knows our Those were heated. Ah, one of the practices we have was over in Japan and I was with the 40 Niners and we practice against the Broncos, and Dan played him. Then we played against the Carolina Panthers with the Broncos. Um Ah, a couple of the team, But I mean, those were some. Those were some good battles..

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"peco" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"peco" Discussed on VUX World

"Yeah Hey right then then we go. Wow Yeah there we go. We are live would. Admission not was was not absolute mission boys and girls if you success finally. I can't believe if you are joining us on linked in thank you and welcome because we've been trying to get this going for the last fifteen minutes. How hard was now for the past fifteen minutes so we just said maybe maybe if you have a right laugh because it's been twitter assumes will remain on earth is going on with all this stuff but here we are we are live. Thank thank goodness and welcome. Welcome Welcome Ex World. Live the rundown where we do. Run through all of the news. That's happened and all of the town of talking points in the voice and conversational industry and of digested and packaging open helped translate into. Why does for you working in the industry? Who's thinking about compensation and your voice kind of strategy? I'm your host Ken Sims. I'm joined as always by dosing coats. Dustin out you don't alright. Alright how are you? Yes very well and super excited to welcome our new special guest co for the month of May for the ruined down Clem Mitchell. Well thank you so much for having me great to be here no worries it is a pleasure so if anyone who has listened to the podcast anyone who's familiar with the podcast you've heard class speak on the show in February. The episode was so fantastic and class insights so interesting that why not make this whole thing. A thing I'm bringing Clara along to help share a little bit more of those insights with with you living more often so thank you clever for joining. Us absolutely joining us. Join us for those. That didn't see the episode by February in the show notes. If you listen to poke us will stick it down there and you can. You can check that out to your heart's content on demand as they say not live oil but We kind of give an inch until the people that have about who you are what you do sure. Claire Mitchell Product Design and innovation consultant mostly focused on emerging technologies new user interfaces. Most recently came from agency world working with brands to help them expand their communication with their audience and prior to that was in the IOT stays designing software platforms for industrial iot applications cool so on with the show where we have a lot of those. Yeah we got a lot of news going on Malta. Choose from By doing start. Let's start with maybe one. That's a little light but also I think also timely as well the news coming out from a voice spot I believe is what was about voice. Control elevators I dunno of after the technical challenges. We want to try and play video clip right now. We want to go straight and we try. Why don't we kind of Have a bit of an overview. What story is and in the meantime? I'll try and save on fire. This this clip. Yeah so the company PECO voice Has unveiled a new voice controlled elevator an intercom system. And so the idea here is that you can the seventy elevators say to the fifth floor or call apartments three G. A reason why this might be interesting is leaving voice. Leave the home and go into the building. I know can you and I have spoken on this show about before about entering retail for example Something that we're definitely saying right now and we're seeing voice now in the buildings as well and this might be also timely also as we all have become Germaphobe for for valid reasons. Here and elevators are are a carrier germ. You're pushing the answer. You're touching things and same for speaker phones and things like that as well. So this shows at voices is moving into that as well If anyone hasn't seen this it's a a BBC. If I recall correctly and Kane you you might have to explain this a little bit especially for the American listeners because we do have a groundskeeper. Willie's so that's our our our frame of reference for the Scottish accent my understanding in the UK. This is Jackson is known as the want. That's the most.

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"peco" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"peco" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The dolphins in Jacksonville company this is how they will start off just still the leading scorer on the team more from dusted Georgia fourteen point all but very athletic and this is how the rest of it first he's a guard and up from Columbus Georgia Kayla never five ten redshirt senior from taxes helping around the house located the six one junior averages points per game and then six point report that's the starting five echo star now in season four this is a start it will be the same just like a look at the senior the fifty point wonderwink position at a park will be at the other averaging just over two hundred million the six one four from Western Australia we'll be at the other wing spot sixty wanted to record for from California run to the point for the Dublin California this is the issue is six one stop for from peco California that's the starting five for season seven take a look at our boulder older Toyota dot com always always always average six rebounds Jacksonville the other thing they have to be disciplined eleven in the country with almost fifteen steals a game Colorado needs to be disciplined breaking the press and then the final thing is to be in control this team is going to be they're going to come back to and you have to be the who is in control of this to the left to right in front of us for their home white members outlining gold Jacksonville in the almost four is green here with the white numbers in white Jacksonville across the front by the way you will get the female on the left side waiting here we go we now dribbles back up toward the top of the get it extended on the perimeter three and there's the first seal these get passed by female ends up in the hands of burns burns drive down the lane and a little bit up in into nothing Jacksonville you heard the need to contain them in transition that's exactly what to do nothing and female here to Clark forty seconds in part is in the right side wants to penetrate no kicks it back out but the blues beat against his own insane J. I. T. eight again see issue they struggle a little better when you order food for meetings you get the occasional curve ball last minute changes complicated dietary.

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"peco" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on KCRW

"And go from Avalon and in Long Beach now in the north and seven ten before PCH a motorcycle crash blocking the two right lanes stop from peco art how I think so much look thousand for this evening with lows in the sixties right now seventy four degrees in Santa Monica the three twenty from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm ari Shapiro and Ahmadi Cornish tropical storm Barry is getting stronger it's approaching the northern Gulf coast and in southern Louisiana winds are picking up and roads are flooding the center of the storm is expected to cross land around dawn tomorrow morning speaking at a news conference in New Orleans today National Weather Service meteorologist Benjamin shots as residents need to hurry time is short if you have preparations that you need to complete now is the time you do not have much more time at all before the impacts of bear will be here for small towns on the by you the rain has already begun many areas are under evacuation orders that means different things for different people NPR's Rebecca Herscher talk to residents we're trying to figure out the best way to stay safe if you drive down down down to the Louisiana by you and to others no more road to drive on one of the places you could find yourself is in the town this area is marshy and flat as flat as you can imagine and so this morning the local sheriff's department was warning people hear it they needed to leave now the flood gate into town was gonna close to keep storm surge away from areas in line and once a closed there'd be no way to drive out eighteen year old Luis Ramirez and his two brothers were racing the clock tying up their oyster boat before the heavy rain started are you worried a little bit Ramirez and his brothers rely on the boat for their livelihood they're trying to tie it to a chain link fence they're all little **** like they're not totally sure what they're doing but they know they can't stay with the bow during the storm the area is being evacuated Ramirez says their plan is to stay up the road and stay in a bigger town which is actually also being voluntarily evacuated but Ramirez says they're going to stay there anyway.

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"peco" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

The Get Foxy Show

10:18 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show

"Unique ingredients that you need to thrive. Oh, and there it is for those of you watching on YouTube. She's got it right there. Alia. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on the show today, and getting up so early because as my listeners know, I'm in northern Colorado in the US, but you are in Australia. So thank you for compensating for the time. Difference five AM's lovely time. Right off the bat. I'm curious to know how you kind of got into doing what you've been doing was. How did you grow up and was was helping others something that really kind of came natural to you? Or is this something that sort of you fell into? No. It always was something that came naturally. So I would always gravitate towards people even young young Palmer school early early school in one in people to help people be happy wanted that child that was left out to being -cluded, avoiding very intuitive. So it was easy for me to feel not that I had the woods for when I was seeks that, I'll could feel in didn't feel confident. So I always wanted to make people feel up. Now, you're you've got this book, the happiness recipe. What inspired you to write this down so that you could get it out there? How, how long have I got took spine? I'll try sinked. You can you can use as much time as you'd like we can edit this podcasts. Yes, I she's gone on a little bit long. I k so I started my business as a holistic healer counselor at wash cart sixteen years ago. And five years ago. I write my sister will which is called the ants which is all about. I call it. The instruction manual we never got our mazing buddies with got as amazing buddies that thinking seal and perceive, the world around us, and no one gave us a menu how to how to make sense of little. And so I wanted to help people feel they were in control of the vehicle and guy give it's a very practical kind of workbook manual, top seeing till I wrote that incentive out into the world, stinking gonna feel they're in control, and that's a good feeling so that you feel you can design you'll laugh moving forward. Now, what ching that work land, and working with clients that then rid the bullpen analysts that on notice that peco crude have an understanding of the United quit meant so they knew how to use them is they knew to have crossed affirmations and they knew, you know, exercise to feel healthy that new Olympic. Stay moves said I had the instruction men and women knew how to use it. But that way using these tools on their own free will to plant themselves some way that they could never thrive and it was just breaking my Mahat to the us to save as amazing proactive intelligent women with all of these energy for life. And now a planted in relationships that didn't serve the many with a mirror on family, even with their orange children. Sometimes they were planted in jobs that win a match for the values that were planted. Pots of the world, that made them shriveled and people could then in that place be doing these things in using all of the energy to try and full simply base somewhere. That was never actually wrought for them and the olf. I mean, the feedback from that is a lot of stress in Nevada anxiety, depression, end the analogy I'd give us like if we took a tropical plants and we planted up in north Canada. It's gonna be giving some signals that it's not frightening. It's gonna be stressed. So it's going to be having plant anxiety. It's gonna be booting. It's not gonna be producing its fruit or any of those things. But we would understand that with the plant, but human beings. They, they plant themselves somebody that I could never thrive in the night blame themselves. And they made a kite away the fate back that they're not thrive in with bitter Embiid, pine kilos of whatever kind. And they look around at the trees, thriving in nineteen call. I'm not good enough, and it just leads to this really painful place. And so if that train hoffy is ago. I started teaching a workshop called the happiness recipes on one of people to understand had a really connect with, who they are in get the signals of their body so that I could really understand. What's yes for them in what's no for them and use it to God their life to be who they are. And after teaching that workshop in watching the challenges of like a cat teach everyone in the world. A Sunday to lot book. That's how it all happened. Ha naive. Peaked my curiosity a little bit. How one use your body to get a yes or a no to a specific question. Okay. So it's old be simple. But understand, obviously the book beyond a mole mode as hell, you'd think about something that would be another for us a maybe a person that you wouldn't wanna hug Hello, that make it someone super traumatic but to someone that you'll just not drawn to that you wouldn't wanna hug ally. And if you magin right now that doesn going let me, slip hug, what happens in you, buddy. In my body. There's definitely a shrinking feeling like ooh. That's you'll buddy saying no. You know it can send isn't just about six. We talk about it in a sexual context, but without bodies consensual, or not too old cons of lav activities. So let's do the also think about someone that he say in an, you would want the, the natural reaction is to wanna wrap your arms around them seemed about that. Imagine make these what happens. So opening neurons night when a hug, you what happens in your body, but that's more more the opposite. There's more of a an attraction or magnetic, pulling sort of sensation in my body beautiful and you're doing. I'm just watching the therapist in May's watching ya'll gestures. And so when you said earlier, the no fuel buddy was shrinking feeling arms heading towards you when you're talking about the opposite Iran's open, your hands. I've been wide so it's like there's jamais you'll you'll buddies opened in saying, yes, there's an openness that own expansion that happens. Yes. Yeah. So do you know these people driving to work? Right now, in my country that are getting Nour's of being they body is got that, shrink that don't wanna go that dying feel valued that dying in not doing wick, it's in alignment with values. But if you keep doing things what he is nor full. You be getting symptoms launch stress and anxiety in all of that. And we don't want to ignore that fade back is kind of the weeks of before the buddy screens. So. Yeah. Does that mean that's my simple way ends your that's fantastic. You're you're like light bulbs, going off in my brain since I'm an acupuncturist Chinese medicine practitioner of really makes sense to me because. Yeah, if you're in that state of conflict. That tension. And that, that contraction can actually have an effect on how the energy and the blood flow in your body, as if something's constantly in that state of tension, then there's no circulation circulation's been stifled, whether that's energy or blood, either way of it causes problems in the long term yet. Problems a physical like you would say an act Chinese medicine is a date. Love of mine a. It's the practitioner of choice for me for a lot of lot of things that make sense taught she of knees. We're on the same page. So it causes physical problems in terms of restriction. But when someone you think about yourself in that not place. It's also going to restrict intuition creativity insight. Because if you think about when we have outright insights in life, they generally not from constricted place, the generally in that state full sleigh, or you're on a holiday or meditations. There's an openness in a Jedi quickly that allows us to really you know, he'll our hero or MRs and things. So yes, it's being. Back. I should just a moment. But first, I wanted to share a little testimonial about lucky FOX trauma intimate from my friends over at Fort Collins family acupuncture. Savannah in. We are for content may acupuncture. And today we wanted to tell you about this amazing product that we use in our clinic, it's lucky FOX trauma limit..

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"peco" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Than they kind of just cheery and not very good. So what's the story with the jam? How come you don't the gem doesn't come? Well, I think it's under. Right. Figs for it because I was worried. They would fall apart wasn't good. Yeah, exactly. We had. So just, you know, pick your figs when you when you can put fit overly before they fall off before the birds, get them before the get him. Yeah. And then put him on on the cookie sheet. Do you know on flat ground, and then let them ripen? I mean, we'll keep on cooking on the sugar will keep building up a little bit for a while. And then you'll have wonderful ripe figs. I don't know if that's true. Chef. Okay. I don't know if it's true do, but just try. Well, I just don't know how honestly you can't add any more sugar. So the other sort of into that is cut you fixing half or quarter. Some shoe, put some fresh herbs in from the government can tell you what we have some golden, you probably have some fresh show being like Minto whatever flavor you add to your fees, and then let's then necessary for day. Okay. So they will render all that juice, and they will have all dutiful liberal attitude. Then cook that down slowly. The little the little to your feet import will be pulled like an orchestra. Either one put it in there and then cook you your figs dumb, really slowly. Great. Some oranges of the end you'll have a beautiful fig jam. And then put it into some needle Kansan sterilize them and be done. And I think also I was going to say peco pickled fake, you know you take hold figs. And you just put them in a nice, pickling juice for an overnight. You know what do you consider a nice pickling Jesus at one salt, one vinegar, one three two one. It's a basic combination of three water to shoe one vinegar, right? Okay. To one and you add devices to spices in this in them, you can put a cinnamon stick. You can put clove Ginny. Belief and then you bring that to let it steep for maybe an hour. How firm do you think they need to be to begin with because my really had fallen apart when I pick them off the tree, right? Oh, you're lucky man that the birds aren't taking those I, I know very lucky. But getting there getting there another couple of days early. Okay. Unsteady waiting till they're ripe, so, okay. You can pickle or not. And then you can make gift for people, you know, you buy effect smolder jaw. And then you can give it away. Well, you know, Christmas or whatever, whatever holiday, you wanna pick mother's day. Wait another year. Let's eat. Nice job. Thank you so much. You're, you're a strong strong radio.

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Peeqo robot speaks exclusively in GIFs and video clips

Your Weekly Tech Update

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Peeqo robot speaks exclusively in GIFs and video clips

"Smart speakers are pretty much old news now if you really want to impress people what they question answering smart home device. Well, you're gonna want to check out the PICO a new personal robot that just arrived on Kickstarter as with devices, light, gluco, home and Amazon echo. Pico can respond to spoken word questions. The difference here. It's actually going to respond to queries with specially selected short videos and gifts because you know, it's twenty nineteen and nobody really feels comfortable communicating the old fashioned way anymore. Peco's kit. It offers everything that you're going to need to build your very own version of the robot. No special tools are required. Meaning that people without their own personal soldering iron can still get in on the fun as well. The seven inch finished product boasts a four inch display dual Omni directional microphones twin three watt. Speakers for stereo sound five megapixel camera LED ring for notifications and four programmable buttons. It's powered by a raspberry pi that robots voice detection works using Google, cloud speech, Amazon voice services snips, and apparently various other open source alternatives, including Jasper, and Microsoft, and in house

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"peco" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"However it before we depart man, if you could just give us two minutes, just tell us about this ACDC story that sounded pretty damn interesting on of all of our audiences heard that. Oh, come on the movie super troopers. I'm sorry. I was trying to be funny. Miss that out. That's why we were kind of hesitant. We're like, wait a minute. Is he okay? Have you ever done anything close to that though? I'm sure you've run into your heroes at some point, right? You know, you you top is in the back of the staple center. One time snoop Dogg was in a in a backstage one-time bashing. What was going on, you know, somebody's both say so along the line is always you. It's cool people, and it's all these cool. You could down there at once like the want. They're just like you. And and kind to everyone. Right on. All right. Well, Jake, thanks for the time. You're I never may junkie radio. Man. We look forward to your next may fight pre impulsively. We love to catch up with you. We'll see. Shot the jumbo Josh for lining that one on. Yeah. Cocaine does he very likable? Yeah. You could tell that tone. You to be in pro wrestling, not only do you have to be athletically, gifted strong, individual athletic individual. But it is really now you can't just go in there. And you know, with a pair of overalls and a beard and go, you know, I'm this guy, or whatever I mean, you have to have possessed charisma yet to be able to connect with the audience. Otherwise, see you you're not even getting in the door. You know what I mean? And. But, but yeah, you could just all you know, that this definitely wasn't his first rodeo as far as an interview. All right. I wanted to do that. Now, what's the secondary? Guy. People say, well, you know, back in the NWEA days, or whatever they would just go to like some regional area. And it was just a a moose man somebody who was six six three twenty and probably had like three and a half minutes of cardio in them. But they figured, hey, we'll walk them out and do something he's either going to put someone over or or crush someone. And. Yeah, exactly now, it's different man. I mean, I remember, you know, the the world's strongest man, Mark. Mark Henry when day we'd love to. I'd love to have him on the show. And I'm sure Joschka facility that get a lot. Grief because from what I heard I hope he can verify this because he was such a big, dude. The one thing they always wanted him to do is get fifty pounds off get twenty five pounds off. They wanted to get him to an ideal weight because they knew what help with. There was no like world's strongest, man. I mean, we we don't need you pressing whatever you're doing we need to in here and lasting as long as possible. You know, get your cardio get your weight right for the travel, its grueling. It's really tough to do it. And it's just a whole other business. But anyway, I really liked the guy and like I say the forum was on fire on Saturday. I wanna talk about that. When we come back. Let's we'll slide into some villa toward talk that kicked off the first show of two thousand nineteen and it was really really good time. And I really wanna see if I can tell you guys if I can put it in my best words of that peco Corrales fight it made the drive worth than I did a lot of driving this weekend. But I'll clean that. When we come back on junkie radio fighting. Tell me your one stop shop for the.

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"peco" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Okay. What does that mean? Say fast and call. Yes. That's right. That's right. What is our? So we've seen this. Now. A couple of times we saw it with Brock. We saw it with punk others of Teesta tried it. He's not quite punk in the sense that he has that amateur background. Phil, what is your level of interest in Jake Hager, Jack swagger, making his belt for anime debut, not not much not much of a WWE guy. So I need to put that out there. But it's not like when Brock was coming up. And you saw his collegiate credentials and said, okay, this guy could be a menace at the top level. If he can. Learn to roll out of Navarre and things like that. But finding J w Kaiser. Yeah, that sounds like they're giving him. Owen one? Is that losses in the Kansas City fighting alliance? And I mean, the highly prestigious. Yeah. At all, I mean, again, if I see if he sees me in the power and light district in Kansas City. He would put a quick amateur. He's he's he's a qualified chat level. But what's what do you think about being a double champion, the Kansas City lines? That's probably. Maybe a little bit below. But I say all that to say, I mean, what's what's Jack's Watters ceiling told me to look at it. Because again, I'm not a WWE or even e c w had you heard of him to him announcing that he's coming when you when you sent me the text with his name, I said that guy's a professional wrestler. I couldn't pick him out of a lineup. Wait. So you didn't know that. This guy was making his debut, this aturday that story didn't cross your. Wow. Okay. This is not a big deal at all not to me. Okay. So you're not a professional wrestling guy know, but I'm assuming you knew that punk was gonna make us. You heard about that? Yes. Do you think this is more of a you have seen diamond or a belt or indictment or just in indictment on Jack swagger, the star slash non star? I mean, I don't know what his cachet was writing WWE champ. He was not he just wasn't that popular. He was a champion at one point. But he wasn't. He wasn't a drawl punk was aqua. So I don't know how many people are going to be your you might you'll get a couple of WWE fans to say, okay. Can this can this guy really fight his pro debut as I shot at the guy? A forty one year old who's Owen one as a pro who is fighting against it's the right opponent. And I'm not saying Belot or shouldn't make the fight because all things considered that card. I mean, if peco Corrales writing which great nickname, by the way. Okay, Corrales is love love that nickname PICO corral. Obviously the main event which you've already talked about bancard. So after that, we we we could use them death..

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"peco" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Okay. What does that mean? Say fast and call. Yes. That's right. That's right. What is our? So we've seen this. Now. A couple of times we saw it with Brock. We saw it with punk others of Teesta tried it. He's not quite punk in the sense that he has that amateur background. Phil, what is your level of interest in Jake Hager, Jack swagger, making his belt for anime debut, not not much not much of a WWE guy. So I need to put that out there. But it's not like when Brock was coming up. And you saw his collegiate credentials and said, okay, this guy could be a menace at the top level. If he can. Learn to roll out of Navarre and things like that. But finding J w Kaiser. Yeah, that sounds like they're giving him. Owen one? Is that losses in the Kansas City fighting alliance? And I mean, the highly prestigious. Yeah. At all, I mean, again, if I see if he sees me in the power and light district in Kansas City. He would put a quick amateur. He's he's he's a qualified chat level. But what's what do you think about being a double champion, the Kansas City lines? That's probably. Maybe a little bit below. But I say all that to say, I mean, what's what's Jack's Watters ceiling told me to look at it. Because again, I'm not a WWE or even e c w had you heard of him to him announcing that he's coming when you when you sent me the text with his name, I said that guy's a professional wrestler. I couldn't pick him out of a lineup. Wait. So you didn't know that. This guy was making his debut, this aturday that story didn't cross your. Wow. Okay. This is not a big deal at all not to me. Okay. So you're not a professional wrestling guy know, but I'm assuming you knew that punk was gonna make us. You heard about that? Yes. Do you think this is more of a you have seen diamond or a belt or indictment or just in indictment on Jack swagger, the star slash non star? I mean, I don't know what his cachet was writing WWE champ. He was not he just wasn't that popular. He was a champion at one point. But he wasn't. He wasn't a drawl punk was aqua. So I don't know how many people are going to be your you might you'll get a couple of WWE fans to say, okay. Can this can this guy really fight his pro debut as I shot at the guy? A forty one year old who's Owen one as a pro who is fighting against it's the right opponent. And I'm not saying Belot or shouldn't make the fight because all things considered that card. I mean, if peco Corrales writing which great nickname, by the way. Okay, Corrales is love love that nickname PICO corral. Obviously the main event which you've already talked about bancard. So after that, we we we could use them death..

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"peco" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Every month the last Thursday every month, you get your own fucking episodes, close it exclusive shit. Yeah. But yeah. But like so anyway last night, I watched bird box Pete NASA came over and they're like, yeah. Let's watch bird box this shut off all the lights. And like you guys are going hard. I didn't even know it was like a scary movie. Honestly, I didn't. And I was like all right cool. Like everyone's talking about this. Let's put it on to give you an idea of what happens in the Siamese. You know? No, you made me watch it. I mean, you watch it. There's a there's like a evil entity in, you know, this is what I'm not giving anything away here. But like there's not there's an evil entity. Try to be a little spoiler for it. There is no spoilers though. No like entity is a weird word entity entity entity gone. Yeah. But there's a there's an evil entity that like. There's an evil intensity entity. Yeah. And titi. And you know, if you if people see it, then they start to go insane. They kill themselves, and they do all this stuff. It's mayhem this hysteria and streets in like super running around. There's cars crashing explosions, blah, blah, blah, the movie is much more than that. But that's just like the gist of it. So we got like a half an hour in and you know, there's massive stereo going on people in the streets and a lot of things going on what's going on. I don't know. Don't look at it. Keep your eyes down sort of thing. And then the sky. Turns blue like like -til so bright that looked like daytime mind you it's dark. It's like ten thirty. Yeah. And it's like, ten o'clock or whatever. And for the record. He's talking about the actual sky that the world that we live not the movies. No, no, no. Now, I'm talking about in real life. The real life sky turned blue. Like, a teal blogging neon hook and blue like a fucking what's that movie with the guy's riding? The thing was. I don't know movie. It's like all the fucking futuristic movie got long hair with the Tron Tron. Yeah. That shit. So that kind of blue like a Carolina blue kinda. Yeah. And it was blue shit. And it was so bright out. And like at first, I'm like, wait, am I I thought I was going crazy or it looks like you know, what it looks like when lightning strikes? Yeah. Then you see the sky just whole skied light up like that literally was like that. But like bright balloon it stayed like that stayed like that. And I was like what is happening. And I was like am I going crazy? And then I didn't say anything I saw it. I didn't say anything, and then and then peco's what's going on. And then I then I got scared because it's not me, you know, I thought my contact for fucked up or something, and then we go we go to the window, and we're looking outside, and there's people in the street all looking in his direction and module. I'm watching this movie. Now that people were in the street looking at this thing and then killing themselves. Doing well shit. And we're like is going. Your lights are off too. That's why everything was awful. I called you face on you. And I was you were doing the same thing as me looking out the window, and you guys were in the dark. So I thought you lost power. Yeah. No we had him off. Because because you're. Yeah. I've never seen anything like that entire life. It was one of the so scared. It was so scared. We were in my group chat. Where's like fifteen in my friends in the first kid that wrote, and it was my friend, Eric, and he goes. Is anyone fucking seeing this? I called my mom. She had no idea. What was going on? That's another other people that are really missed it. So how'd you miss the suck? I turning changing. Yeah. Like where are you? It was the most insane thing ever. It was so bright like I've never seen light this bright before it was. It was incredible. I got very very scared though, dude. I was so scared. I called first of all I call my mom immediately. Right. Because it was in the direction of my mom's house, and I call her and I'm like, hey, are you seeing this at she's like what?.

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"peco" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"peco" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Hear that on substantial assistance to Sada, he provided substantial assistance to Asada. Do. We know what that means. That's that's why they're being kind of like shady about it. Discussing me tough for him to make friends and that Jim if he's informant and Novitsky goes. Cejka? So we don't really, I don't know. Exactly what it is. I can't. But the point is that the second was on hold on don't skip over that. Don't see up over that. He'll reason why he's sentence was less. This is from Novitsky look this up because John agreed to cooperate. You Sada on giving them information who makes the choice is it the commission or is it you saw that. Isn't it the commission who decides no? They go. If you're going to help you saw to catch other people short send these out with the committee together. Yes. Do we know that I know that that's why sentences short? Okay. That's so what no also only murder. Maybe I misheard some be. Yeah. If you're in a cocaine drug ring, right and your inform it do you think you know, about cocaine? Sure. Yeah. Otherwise what information I'm not. I'm not it's not my contention that Mr. Jones has never done a performance enhancing drug. I'm not saying that we're we're in agreement here that yeah. I don't I don't think he's juicy. I don't think he was juicing Saturday night. Right. I think is from correct sorta why? And so so in my opinion to me to me a failed test, especially when with his history, it it's very black and white to me because other people having these problems say against Hagen with him feeling that test with his history. Yeah. It should be taken more into consideration. If you're if you fail three of them in The Fourth Way, like dude, it's just another picograms like hold on. So which can keep giving past the problem is that the PICO gram we there's a lot of evidence scientific evidence that the picograms since this is new stuff that the PICO Graham may be a result of stuff. He did almost two years that has to be taken into account. Disaster. He's been sanctioned for that violation. True twice. Right. But here's another thing. Be some people believe that that peco Graham, they know he's gonna flack for is masking agent for microdosing, they do, but we can't go with some people. We have to only go with with the people that actually make these decisions and the independent labs. Like McLaren the lab, we that's all we can go on. There's not enough research done on it. So there's only one report that they're talking about tough. They still new stuff and also said this should is so detailed now because these labs are trying to outdo each other than that. It's swung the other way a little bit. It's it's. Yeah. So I was impressed with Novitsky, by the way, I'd like to I like the way he was talking. He on Rogan. I think he has. I think he has everybody's best delectable even John speaking about it even afterwards and everything, but I still think at the end of the day. Let's be let's see I think he is part of the sport. If getting judge John just based on everybody else making a huge mistake. I do think he's thirty. I do think Novitsky he's employer. The is trying to do is best to do damage control. I think he knows John you stuff in the back in the day. And now they're trying to figure this out here, Nevada Athletic Commission, just isn't going to lose millions of dollars because a PICO grandma's in a big deal that if they're like this is weird man for it to be larger from the other two we look more into this. The reason why. So the reason why there's an asterisk because because John Jones did pop for dick pilled ahead. What estrin block or something else? And And then. then it's ready to dick penalty. We don't exactly so. You test for banned substances, and then he fought fraternal ball. And there's no way they find out in any of the supplements. He had no nothing at all to show that where it came from think about that. But there I've been athletes have been athletes, according to Novitsky Olympic athletes that have tested for picograms. And and it literally be. Yep. Chlorinated substance. So that's all. You never know..

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