30 Burst results for "Pedersen"

Australian Federal Court Rules That AI Can Be a Patent Inventor

Future Tense

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Australian Federal Court Rules That AI Can Be a Patent Inventor

"There's been quantity excitement in. I in legal circles in recent days about a decision handed down in the australian federal court which effectively means that the label inventor can in future be given to a non human to an artificial intelligence system. The ruling is a world first and it's likely to be appealed. But how significant is it really professor. Genie patterson is with the center for i and digital ethics at melbourne law. School jamie pedersen. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell us about the system at the center of this new legal development. Dabbous what is it and what can it do. Well it's device for thomas bit striking of unified since and it's a narrow network that supposedly is able to be creative to invent a new product of its own accord now. Deborah's has its own creator. He's based in the us and his name is dr steven thaler. Why has docked developing trying to have this particular machine given the same sort of inventors status that he himself enjoys well. Dr failure and a great patient lawyers and a chopping academic code ryan. I bet decided that it was important to understand that is being used quite a lot in the development of various products and particularly pharmaceuticals and. They were worried by the conundrum. That if you're using i but registering the patient to spend invented by a person the some discrepancy in. How much does individual participants. Doing the work might be redone. By the i. But it's the human that's taking the credit for the invention

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Crosby Scores 2 Goals as Pens Surge Past Flyers 7-3

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Crosby Scores 2 Goals as Pens Surge Past Flyers 7-3

"The penguins move back into sole possession of first place in the NHL's Eastern Division with a seven three win over the flyers Marcus Pedersen gave Pittsburgh a one of the first period lead with his second goal of the season the pads may the third of in the second on goals by Jake unsolicited Crosby Crosby picked up the second goal of the game in the third period for the penguins which is a two point lead over the second place capitals who were idle Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"And you experience it and put it into practice. Which is maybe. It's meditating maybe. It's like just being mindful as you're walking and like talking you know what i mean. Does that make sense. Oh doing what you did. When you're going through that person instead of you could be journaling could be recording. Your cell phone comes xactly. Anything and like the thing is like yeah. I've tried to do this with so managing some of the credits that we have. You know there's one or two that have gone through a period where they grew really fast particularly a platform like tiktok and now they like stock. Because they're like. I don't know what to do like 'cause i decided over thinking what they were doing now and maybe they've become defined by a certain genre but a certain beat thing and so i'm you know i just said to one of them. I'm like okay. Can we just have a thing. Where every wake you just send me a pace content. Yeah like nodes publish it. Whatever will that could be good for them. Because it's like then that can be a way of like them stopping themselves from getting into the kind of i have to get stay relevant and also can try it can sort of get them out of the rock. Yeah so to speak. Because at least they've got. They feel like they're doing something with themselves. Yeah and maybe they're doing it more for enjoyment as views. Well if you if it comes down to it like if you're doing it because you enjoy then you will succeed. Yeah but it's the tempting thing to do is to look at the views and get attached to the views of the money or the the products of your enjoyment because that's is actually like the arc in one of the toughest things. If you really enjoy what you do you'll going to see results and then it's like all shit. I'm seeing the results and that's when your kind of like you. I goes towards the results more and it takes it away from the present moment. Yeah and that is what kills creativity i would. I would say the same. Yeah you know when you have a company like every friday we have a made up and we talk about like downloads..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"The that's actually a perfect way of explaining. I think that stoicism is a great way to get people who sorry engrossed in themselves into mindfulness which is the transition to becoming birth selfless and selfish at the same time which is becoming is what you are. Yeah because the stoic heavily influenced by your asia and sort of that indian subcontinent area when it came to philosophy. It's really read a book recently at a basically covers the history of stoicism And how it came about. It's really interesting to read like the initial ideas of like though different six if that makes sense like you would have in buddhism hinduism christianity. There's different groups of people and they all believe in different things. This is one guy who was super wealthy but at least one day a week a one month one week a month would live like a beggar on the street. Yeah like just stuff like that. This is experiencing all one guy who for a with only eight like the equivalent of oatmeal and nothing else..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"It's going to be business marketing for a topic that we covered in the episode at all with love your support. I would help us in developing the intellect around the series but without going into much longer. Let's get back into this episode. Have you read that book by the guy who wrote about flow states many books. Yeah the way it's on. It's on Amazon chick wish wish list Regularly like every now and then like a couple times a yoga. And i give cod and you should see my bedside table at the moment. There's like twenty bucks on a really. Yeah i'm looking at like you'll shelf here you've already. There's a lot that i've added to. This is quite a few actually. I wanted to read like Who's the guy karl marx roy down maxim socialism etc raid that or to read hitler's book. Read like the book on the chinese communist party. You love reading. Yeah interesting interesting stuff. so what. I've got a question for you actually when it comes to reading. How do you know that they're telling the truth You know exactly. I'm not saying exactly exactly. It's more like i'm not saying that reading is bad. Reading is amazing. Information is amazing but inflammation is only knowledge if you can apply in your life. Yeah i think I read for now every night. It's amazing i will buy different themes in areas that i believe that. Can i can immediately apply to my life. Right now So in the past. I used to buy and this is when you go through. That sort of self help Reading book sides in utah. Point where you dislike. What the fuck manages the same old shit in another way. The thing is just like information from different person. So what a cream onto is like. It's it's people's opinions. So you're you're putting your own self love in you're trusting that in the idea of a randoms opinion that you don't like it's basically nothing. So and that's why like buddhism and all of that this sort of philosophy of nothingness if you can get down to nothingness that's ultimately self love because it's it re it doesn't it's a it's detached from everything and detachment knees. Love so you would you would Quite like this guy. Navarro revel conte. He's sort of like the. They say he's just like a a walking tool of wisdom of the guys utterly fascinating and he's read He regularly talks about the the buddhism book that talks about the prince buddha the guy who became supposedly buddha in nepal tibet wherever was and he made a point that has changed the way i read probably two years ago..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Is you just attached to outcomes. So i may hide pederson. I just at this point. In time. I really enjoy storytelling. I really enjoy making videos even further battles all that kind of stuff whatever it is just storytelling doing telling stories. That mean something to me that i get excited about. Because that's the thing like you can have an idea but then like it's not feeling of like hell. Yeah and you're like fired up about it like that feeling like what really like just makes you just each inside like that cannot be explained. Because it's like why. Why and like i would just say it's just the enjoyment because you enjoy it. So why wouldn't you just keep doing what you enjoy was funny. Because i noticed. I was watching Resetting everything up last night and in the background i was playing the recent photo battle and we just had a few few of the videos. And there's a definite change in the way a you may content now like. Yeah because those one of the questions i had was. Let's talk about change. Obviously things that have changed life principles so to me. It seems like you already passionate guy. Maybe the v. years feel. It's sort of like willy wonka 's like released these golden tickets in like it just feels like there's more quality over quantity. Well that's the thing it's like before. I was more so spreading myself thin and try rushing it to get it out there because those like oh if i don't get it out there by this time then forgetting about me and it's like what happens. I've taken all this time. I've spent three years building up this thing. What if it all goes away. But that's the thing it's like that's just an idea. It's like woody forty or forty if it's all future related what could happen but the thing is reality is you cannot you. Cannot evan are because then. If you could have ruins the game it ruins the sharks. It's like having a spoiler for a movie. Why would you want to know. I would also argue that When you don't post as much and then you do have something to say. People take more notice like for sure. The best example is because we're on We're managing tiktok talent. Now we're on tiktok and this one guy who's night a few songs specific to people having arguments on facebook. You probably recognize it or possibly hood in the post and he bailey like he might release something once a month but when it does it blows up in a big way because it is so good really and because you just like holy shit like this guy took it to the next level because.

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:36 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Did get to a point where where it was either very close or whether it was at death because i had done so much and i did weight as well which probably made me because the thing is like. I have the way that i've been kind of conditioned is like oz pretty much like a bit of a control free and if you're a control freak like a like you're in for shit time but actually you know what i say that but like it's different for everyone so i actually nar. This is honestly just my personal experience. Actually you know what you raise something by saying that. I realized that psychedelics wade mushrooms etc like forced meditation. It is almost like you stuck in the chair and you're not allowed to move bicycling and you have your brain has to deal with that fact sort of in a way but like it's more like it's what it was. What is happening is it's putting you into an altered state of consciousness because rotten now way a completely like soba this is just one form of consciousness but obviously there is only one consciousness as the whole thing but it's like the way the you experience consciousness changes on your view point reality and so when you take shrooms what happens is there's something in your brain called the default mode network which from my understanding it like lois it because what's happening is the chemical damn tate is being released a if this is like what is in seal assad thinks actually don't know a lot about the science. I'm not going to speak about that. But what i will speak about is my experience. And it was the scariest thing that i had ever experienced in my life but that was at that point and like i was like freaking out telling my friend. I'm like i need to go to the hospital. Like i'm dying. I could literally felt like i was doing it was like i need to call my mom. He's like dunk. Call your mom. What have you do that last bit and dumb and you go through that. Well the thing is it felt like i six hours but it had only been two minutes. Because it's like time is just not a thing and so obviously like when you're not used to that when you use to structure and stuff like everything just obliterated and you don't have any kind of like either training or a preparation for that. Then that's when you can really screw yourself up now in terms of like well you might screw yourself up like long term but the thing is like that of course inherent dangers. But it's the same thing as like they are inherent changes in anything you do in life. That's the reality of it like you drink too much milk. You're going to be sick if you have too many shrooms. You're gonna feel sick. You're going to be like what is going on. And so that's what happened to me. But i'm actually extremely grateful for that experience. Because i think that that gave me a bit of insight into reality like sort of a bit of a. Yeah just a little bit of an insight like at a young age as like well. There's much more than just this year as we see it. Do you know what i mean. I think it would have been very interesting if you'd have like a this. Why like when. I've done my research. It's always been like you've got to have like a trip sitter or something that i've always been intrigued as to..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"That was when a fan like tim. ferriss young. And then you start getting into things like Ego death and all that sort of soften lights he talked about eager to. He does a lot now like he does. A lot of A funds a lot of research around anxiety and psychedelics specifically suicide in the us very interesting. John hopkins. Yeah so yeah. I'm totally fascinated by both my brother. And i are because we both have various extensive anxiety. And we're like we. There was research Have you ever tried. Sock delis. Ny but i i want to really yeah. I decided to pass this current state. My life yeah. Yeah that's waiting don and feel like i'm in a good place to go. Yeah yes good idea. Yes so i. It's definitely it's definitely the on my list and also i don't think you can criticize drugs will have an opinion on drugs until you've genuinely experience experience. Yeah i've done before. Yeah it doesn't surprise me. No but like i didn't do it throughout like the past eight months like this was before you what did you. What did you think my experience. Yeah okay my personal experience was okay so this was a time when sort of experimenting with drugs and all that i like younger and all that which is great but like i was with my mate will just like chilling out smoking. A bit of weight here but then Yeah he gave me some shrooms like just like a normal amount mushrooms. Mushrooms and i ended up having lemon juice with it because apparently that amplifies the effects. I don't know if that's true or not but then like hof and l. went by and nothing's happening like give me another another round mature hayden out another round of it. Nothing was happening and then he's like on my we'll do nothing's happening like any like weight or anything. He's like. yeah and he gave me this way. That was like brown like it was. It was off wade. And as soon as i smart that like i felt like my brain was like it went backwards in of itself and i felt like i was being shot like backwards. Like who like illitch. They felt like reality. Just started to just sort of like it was still here like time and space one thing anymore. So we you because there's different stages of the first one is obviously that Your perceptions vision auditory things a distorted. Then it goes to the next level you sought getting very existential in your realities disorder. Then your entire persona is distorted. Bit at the high level tweeted things. Ego death yeah. I think i went at that point..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:26 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Hours a day three hours a day and Then i started experiencing some this win like stuff gets really wit and this is where people like our. This is actually like unbelievable literally. I like stuff that was suppressed down that it started bubbling up to the surface in and it's manifesting in physical forms. And this is this is fucking crazy but be open minded to this started experiencing like movements that will like uncontrollable spontaneous movements. Like i'll be meditating. And i'll be like doing this like around and i. It's like i wasn't doing it. Yes you'd nervous system discharging. yeah yeah. It's literally literally there was like. My body was physically trying to shake off the ego. Because that's kind of like what's happening because if you up. Sorry hi. you're building your ego. Are these ideas of yourself when you come back down. It's like you. The opposite of buildings destructing to when you pasta sort of midpoint. You start to literally physically destruct like this idea of yourself and so what happens. Is you start feeling lottery and lada and less and less anxious and dumb you stopping yourself to spontaneity but the deeper you go the scary shit becomes because you get closer and closer to the core and when you get to the core the core is like death like it's the fear of death ego death comes into it and so literally a few months ago. I faced my own death through meditation. And it was the scariest thing that has ever happened but then like when you sort of go into it and then you come back out of it you like like. I made it kind of thing. But then it's like this once you go through dot then that's when like everything sort of becomes like lot again so like all of your anxieties all your fears and stuff you realize that all of this is a part of the human experience and because the thing is fears not bad. We have this idea..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Very much conscientious. I type individuals that often means that you get dragged into doing things that people ordinarily wouldn't do which works well for business but doesn't work well sometimes personal life and so you have to have those moments sometimes more existential the most sometimes that i just have to be little moments i had one. Actually this wake wrong dislike a look at. I've had to recently in the last one. This week where i went all the stuff that i want to do before. The winning is totally irrelevant. All we need to do is focus on content and making really really good at some. That's it that's all we should focus on all these other little shitty stuff. That i wanna do is just pulling me away from stuff and i should be having more time to chill the fuck out so there was that but then also i think jacob and i had this like a month or so ago where i was like. Oh i wanna make like a video a week and it's like it became obvious to me that this was untenable. We what with everything that is going on without a studio without more staff without more time to do a riot and also you know you ride like we have been a little bit conditioned that people need to hear what we have to say about everything. Whereas i think sometimes like quality we're in. This era are really good. Book from argovy david ogilvy of ogilvy and mother. And he was saying the sixties and seventies is this period where the tv came along and just blown away by the amount of content that we hunt And i find that. They're very much similarities to that era. Now so people go for quality and there's just this you can start to see it gets out to say in the way that people treat different social media platforms youtube. Whatever it might be do. Walk me through your. What would you wake. Lock in mario. When i was down there during the months well it changed but it was like this throughout the month..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Let's say. Hot chips crisps potato chips jacket potato which is like what you get a spa like sort of a no boiled but like a steam jacket. Betide are that they've put with sour cream or something that roasted will. What's all mash is asking. What which would be my the one with one being your favorite and five. Okay so i don't i die. Remember all the things you just say. 'cause i don't care about potatoes to remember but if i will give you some it would topple be fries because i have the least amount of an actually. Yeah and then next one probably be crisps. Okay the one after that would probably be scholley hoisted. Yeah roasted potatoes. Yeah yeah once that like you kinda of cook that like e can have like some Like almost like charcoal around the outside really thin sort of thing the thinner it is the better. If it's dumb thick i'm not a fan so mash and like And a jacket potato is going to be dog shit. Yeah mashes just like. Don't touch my lips now. If you get that whole story. I think they should. I'm the lord of the christmas. I many fucking questions go back to the original episode which will link in the show nights wherever you're watching it. You should whatever going. Find the old episode. Because i feel i would you guys you get all these questions. A lot of the stuff has been covered. Anything about potatoes before. This is special about why you didn't like it. So yeah yeah. That's the least one thing. Now we've covered that so that's a hiatus and you spent a solid eight months site wife from youtube. Yeah eight months nine months. We hadn't had the only time that we had to catch up was we did like a group Sort of zoom in to view. Would it be like june. Remember doing yeah. I don't even remember half the time you like going nuts on your bed like i do. Remember that okay..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Axing The Future

Axing The Future

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Axing The Future

"Probably a one of my favorites was doing the photo battle in Sweden when I was invited by epidemic sounds in the boys came over as well I ended up meeting a whole bunch of other creators and told them about this idea. Like Hey God's GonNa do this like photo battle. I explained to them all the rose and stuff so we ended up having like multiple creative. Not Not just photographers like we did have Philip and Maguelonne Dorset which a German visa videography. Youtube is They were they. Were in the farther about but we had other creators stuff coming on as tainted as well so they were. I think it was a team of like three people on each team. And those three teams so that was the title of Non People in the front about which was really hectic and I loved being able to share that with the creators I think that when other creators like when you work together with other creators And you guys are all on the same kind of How do you say not level but like sort of sort of like the same page when it comes to creating stuff? Amazing things can happen another thing another one of the most amazing things I got to do a few months ago. When I went over to America I ended up going with some other creators. And we went out to this a dry lake bed which kind of look like a desert and we sent up this massive loss drawn that the like when we turned it on and everything it looked like A. Uf are so that furnish it was amazing being able to work with other creators. Encina jobs like that. He I love talking about swayed. I'm actually have Swedish. My Mom and Mahomes cited radiation I. I'm that's one of my goals. We were supposed to go back to the Shia. We go every go there for three months in Swedish summa and but because we can't do it this year but I am I one of my goals is to go to stoke which is a better foreign off valid driving. Ray create some yoga as fertilizing underground train stations. Aw through it's amazing like those train station celebrities amazing. I think I've ever seen in the world so definitely it's so funny vanished A couple of times and I never knew how beautiful ice train stations are. Yeah like you only need to do honestly no matter where you are whether it be stock herbal Malibu or whatever you just think the best thing to do is to just go out and explore like literally the other night Machen lamb night. They've been like going out in the city doing straight photography like the for the longest time but they just went out another time. They walked into a different direction that they would usually Gar. And I found this amazing location and they thought they had already kind of figured. Melvin out and they live here but it just like when it comes down to it if you're just going out to explore like you never know what you're gonna get that said like being twelve years old mom says about that a home when you get all this show. Yeah I agree. My Mom's mom thinks my mom gives me a fair bit of independence which is which is really good with what the future holds. What do you have any plans for the future or next year in your united youtuber photography any trip plans or anything going on will pretty much all my trip plans ended up getting obliterated by the coronavirus her that was awesome but.

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"pedersen" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"Welcome back everyone we are talking with. Plaintiff's Attorney Neil Pedersen Nielsen's Kelvin Nineteen and the California shelter in place orders. We've had them wonderful guests on the show sharing their covert nineteen stories. And I would love to hear and I'm sure listeners would to how you've been managing from a business and sort of personal perspective. Sure happy to share By have I I said earlier. I have about fourteen employees Three of them in particular Are carrying for Older parents or spouses. Who are in a very high risk category. I end so even before Governor. Newsome set the stay at home order in place. I decided to Have everybody in the firm shelter in place at home and work from home I it was a bigger challenge than I thought it was going to be. But it's really worked out well and I thought I might share with With the listeners. Hear some of the things that I found made it Made it easier and some of the challenges that I had. I also has just before going on the broadcast today looking at some of the news. And there's already talk about the fact that we may have similar situations seasonally For instance sometime in late fall or early winter when cold and flu season comes around we may have similar types of situations because this may be a seasonal issue for us so I think it makes sense for everybody to start putting in place contingency plan for longer term. Use of work from home protocols and the like so from the business perspective. I I basically have identified three things. I think that I can Compact along some some wisdom here number one using technology has allowed us to remain. Remain flexible and do this on a quick note. We had a meeting at three o'clock on a Friday afternoon on Monday morning. At eight thirty we were all ready to work from home. The only reason we were able to do that and we had some technology already in place that would like to recommend that our listeners consider first of all for years. I resisted going to voip phones. Those are phones that our voice over Internet protocol phones as opposed to normal analog phones. The NEAT thing about the void phones is that We went to those new phones back in January. Very fortuitous When we moved offices and the Nice thing about a voip phone instead I was able to unplug my phone at the office drive home plug it into the Internet at home and that same phone with the same phone number hooked up to the same network at the office is operating on my home. Office desk that. I'm speaking to you on right now and everybody at the office was able to do the same thing. The Nice thing about a voip phone is like its own little computer console and it you just plug it in wherever and the Internet knows where it is. It's Magic to me. But the fact that the voice of really hard on secondly some type of remote access hardware-software we had a VPN at the office for some of the people that now that I want everybody to have remote access. We went to some remote access software. There are several out there. But the one that we're using now I'm not getting any money from them so I'm not endorsing him But I'm using teams. You're right now and it has been wonderful that allows everybody in my firm to have remote access to the firm A network and all of the documents on the network We've already been a paper. Free for over ten years. Meaning every document that comes in or goes out of the firm is scanned and placed into virtual file cabinets. If you're not there yet it's also something I would suggest you do It is not as difficult as you might think And so from a technology point of view the right kind of phones. The right kind of remote access Capability and digitally Having your documents available to people can have access to the office. Computer makes it very very turnkey. Secondly we've needed to put several protocols in place procedures practices that address the fact that we're not all working at the office And necessarily not all working on the the office network even though we're remotely accessing the network to get documents and things so one of the biggest challenges I needed to do is to make sure that I That we were maintaining one place for all digital documents whether they be drafts or final documents When everybody's working at home on their own home computers You have to have certain pro procedures in place to make sure that everybody every day. The end of the day drops all the documents. They've been working on on their own computers back onto the main network. So that there's still one place for all documents. Finally I'd recognize that workflow issues need to be addressed when we're all working from home. What I mean by that is. I used to spend my days in addition to doing the the lawyer stuff I had to do. I spend my days Wondering the halls talking to people about how they're doing What what are their next projects and others just basic management. What I found. Is that when we're working from home? People are far more isolated. People are more likely just sending emails back and forth and there's very little voice interaction. I find it very difficult to properly manage people. Keep them motivated. Keep them Moving in the right direction through just emails and so I'm making a point of making voice contact with all of my employees usually twice a week at the very least that doesn't mean I'm not sending emails or we're not still processing Matters in the offense the way we used to through emails and the like but I think that voice contact is really important. I think employees who are left to be just working at home at their Home Office can feel very isolated and you can ultimately end up with situations where you have employees suffering from depression or other Other problems Because they're not getting the normal interaction. I think we as as business owners need to recognize that employees need more than just email interaction If you want them to be at maximum productivity As much as possible. That was just awesome. Advise Neil Really I mean. I think that's great. I think that's really great so I want to just have you tell me if you can how you don't personally her you handling this. Which your what was your biggest challenge. Personally if you share it with us. Sure WHY BIGGEST CHALLENGES. The same thing just shared about employees. I'm having a very hard time adjusting to a very different workday. Workday always was get up. Get ready go to the office. Walk down the hallway to say hello to everybody maybe a couple of words about how was their weekend or you know whatever it might be creating a personal connection with my employees and then getting into my office and my day normally is twenty to thirty interruptions day of people coming down to my office. Thank and ask you a quick question or an attack particular issue. You know what that's do. Yes and I have that what I'm doing now is I'm getting now receive about one hundred and eighty emails a day and I'm spending the vast majority of my time processing emails because everybody is communicating by email. And it's it's very different. It's a completely different mindset and from my point of view. I don't like it. I would much prefer to have a face to face and talk to people and be able to see if they're understanding what I'm saying as I'm trying to provide guidance or or instructions So my biggest problem is this last thing the fact that we are not looking at each other face to face now. I've considered perhaps going to something like zoom or skype or something that would allow me to see faces wall I'm talking in. That may very well go to that for certain things. But I'm starting to adjust to this idea of of being a working remotely not being there with each other but it's still. It's still taking time but that's my biggest problem. It's tough I you know I'm getting I have well. I kind of have the opposite issue so I have everybody now. Everybody's doing zoo meeting or a skype or teams or something even clients who before were happy with a phone call now zoom so fairly fairly used to working at home by myself. But I think that's interesting and I do. I heard that a lot That that's one of the things people are struggling with. And I really appreciate you sharing all of that with us And I I would encourage you to find the face to face communication whether it's teams or zoo more Webex or something. I don't promote any of those but I think it's a great tool and it's been really effective for a lot of people or a well. I'm getting that I'm getting the signal from Paul. It's going to be it for this episode. I WanNa thank you so much. Neil for joining me and sharing your thoughts and experiences with our listeners. I really really appreciate it. You're welcome it's been a pleasure..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple

"Year old kids. We were just starting out. You know right. And speaking of billy ray lathem you were in a band with him to laurel canyon ramblers correct. Yes uh-huh yeah. I drag billy back into the business. He was kind of retired. I just sent out on Come on let's do this. Yeah so you know that. I will be. Did you know it was a lot of fun. And what kind of jumping back to your younger days. and now you also played with burn rate and you. Yes i did. Yeah rick. Rick shell was originally there banjo player actually before rick shove Let's see what was his name loser riley who's his name he was the banjo player was vernon ray carroll county country boys and they were They come come from arkansas. Yeah lived up in stockton california and They would play in bay area once in a while. So i went and saw god. I just thought with their singing. And just you know what they want. They worked. It was the real deal. You know And so i went out to One of their rehearsals. Rick shoves place and Listen to them. And i just thought that was just the greatest you know So reckless moving on other stuff. And i got the job With them and so that became as opposed to do it. It was more of a trio kind of stuff you know so that child real good you know. Yeah did y'all make any records. Togethers is that collaborate. Now we we never did but we played At the san francisco state folk festival In sixty eight. And that's on our hooley records. They somebody had taints us. And so I gotta tape years later. of the shows that we did and i had my wife movie. Put it through pro tools. Kinda cleaned it up and send it to our hooley. They liked it and they put it out so okay out there also. Yeah i'll have to look that one up. Yeah okay well. gosh. I'm probably skipping around and glossing over because you've done so much stuff i was gonna ask you too about the dealers how you came to be with them was that that was after vernon ray. Yes I was in nashville with vernon ray and dean web called me and they said that douglas had left the group. And would i be interested in trying out basically okay and i said well i just got off the road of lester flats so you know sure you know that sounds good and i was looking for a way to get back to california anyway. So yeah vernon ray. We're playing the astros For two weeks and Back in those days in pearl who owned the ash grove book you for two weeks so it was a great way to see people clap drugs or bill monroe money waters all these great. You know reuss kind of music you know. So i told dean yeah. Well i'm i'm coming out there next month and he said okay. Great well you know. Come by and we'll Play some tunes and see how it works. And so i did and Worked out okay. And you made How many records dillard's To two okay. And i'm comfortable. One of them. Yeah we saw sweet was the first one. Yeah and then conquer sales. And then i left the group because i was getting real busy with studio working in towns and and then later on The asked me the an album with producing it And it's called let it fly We did that in branson missouri this many years ago. And yeah so and re to tell us a rodney. And i are maybe doing a project together kind of book end. The wheat straw squeak period. And you know. Yeah yeah that'd be awesome. Yeah that might be fun. So we'll see what happens for that. Yeah but did. I hear you say one time i think in another interview that your work with dillard's and like with the harmonies and how you work those out and everything that that kind of led you into studio work didn't it may be like linda. Ronstadt heart someone what you do. Yeah yeah pretty much yeah. Linda heard what we She called me to sing on her early stuff and Yeah so that that kind of you know it's word of mouth you know and then emmylou came into the picture. Linda that live there recommended me to work with her. And on and on you know it just kind of goes like that so you you've done you play probably literally on hundreds if not thousands of records. I know i've seen you on a lot myself in my collection. And yeah so. I guess the studio musician thing that you did that for a while and you've also done tearing with other people lack you were in john denver's ban for a while too right. Yes correct we i was called to to record with john on on an album. Mitchell mill dokan. Who is john's producer He suggested that he bring the studio band out on the road to promote their new record that we did and So it was people. Like james burton. And how blaine emory gordy and glenn d heart so you know a lot of the city you guys are doing more country type stuff here in la at that time. Yeah and that that worked out really well. We had a great time with john. Who treated really well and everybody got along. Great and it was good music you know. Oh yes were you. With john from seventy seven to eighty eighty one. I think somewhere there before years. Yeah uh-huh yeah. Well also somewhere in there in the late seventies. i guess you had a couple of solo records. Also thinking of south west in sanmen is the two different ones. There had come about happening. well I was working with johnny rivers Recording with him and a little busy touring and he thought it would be a good idea for me to solar records so he hooked me up with epic which was out here in. La time epic records and Yeah so. I took.

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"After nine seasons with the ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith is staying in Baltimore Smith and the team came to terms on a one year deal he was an unrestricted free agent on the move will keep a very good secondary intact for another year along with pro bowlers Marcus Pedersen Marlon Humphrey internal Thomas Smith is thirty one years old with three hundred twenty four career tackles and fourteen interceptions the ravens went fourteen into last season and had the league's sixth ranked pass defense Smith was hurt in the season opener last year and then missed six straight games I'm Craig heist

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Ravens re-sign veteran cornerback Jimmy Smith to a one-year deal

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Ravens re-sign veteran cornerback Jimmy Smith to a one-year deal

"The after Carolina nine Panthers seasons made with it the official ravens Tuesday cornerback releasing Jimmy quarterback Smith is cam staying Newton in Baltimore who played nine Smith seasons and the team with them came to terms Newton on was a one the number year one deal overall pick he in was the two an thousand unrestricted eleven free draft agent and during on the his move stay will in keep Carolina a very good he secondary threw one intact hundred eighty two for another touchdown year passes along he with pro was the bowlers NFL's Marcus Most Valuable Pedersen Player Marlon during Humphrey the two thousand internal fifteen Thomas season Smith leading is his thirty team to one the years Super old Bowl with before three hundred losing twenty to four Denver career tackles over and the last fourteen few years interceptions however Newton has the dealt ravens with various went fourteen injuries into last and he's season coming and off had surgery the league's to sixth repair ranked his foot pass defense he and his agents say Smith he's healthy was hurt now in the season and opener will look to last sign with year and another then missed team six straight I'm David games Shuster I'm Craig heist

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"The the after Mets Carolina nine announced Panthers seasons on Tuesday made with it the official that ravens right Tuesday handed cornerback Noah releasing Syndergaard Jimmy quarterback Smith will undergo is cam staying Tommy Newton in John Baltimore who surgery played nine Smith seasons during and spring the team with training them came Syndergaard to terms Newton experience on was a one the number year discomfort one deal overall in his pick he elbow in was the two an thousand unrestricted examinations eleven free draft MRI agent and during on and the his move second stay will opinions in keep Carolina a very confirm good he secondary the ligament threw one damage intact hundred eighty the two for twenty another touchdown seven year year passes old is one of along the game's he with hardest pro was the bowlers NFL's throwers Marcus Most he Valuable Pedersen tossed a hundred Player Marlon ninety during Humphrey the seventy two thousand two internal thirds fifteen Thomas innings last season season Smith leading with is his ten thirty team wins to one the years Super and two old hundred Bowl with before and three two hundred losing strikeouts twenty to four Denver career he tackles was over expected and the last fourteen to few combine years interceptions however with cy Newton young award has the dealt ravens winner with Jacob various went fourteen the ground injuries into to last lead and he's season coming the Mets and off rotation had surgery the league's to sixth repair Syndergaard ranked his foot pass has defense a career he and his agents ERA say Smith he's of three healthy was point hurt now in three the season one and opener will look with to last sign forty with year seven and another then wins missed team six and three straight losses I'm David games Shuster might I'm make Craig you so heist New York

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"The the after Mets Carolina nine announced Panthers seasons on Tuesday made with it the official that ravens right Tuesday handed cornerback Noah releasing Syndergaard Jimmy quarterback Smith will undergo is cam staying Tommy Newton in John Baltimore who surgery played nine Smith seasons during and spring the team with training them came Syndergaard to terms Newton experience on was a one the number year discomfort one deal overall in his pick he elbow in was the two an thousand unrestricted examinations eleven free draft MRI agent and during on and the his move second stay will opinions in keep Carolina a very confirm good he secondary the ligament threw one damage intact hundred eighty the two for twenty another touchdown seven year year passes old is one of along the game's he with hardest pro was the bowlers NFL's throwers Marcus Most he Valuable Pedersen tossed a hundred Player Marlon ninety during Humphrey the seventy two thousand two internal thirds fifteen Thomas innings last season season Smith leading with is his ten thirty team wins to one the years Super and two old hundred Bowl with before and three two hundred losing strikeouts twenty to four Denver career he tackles was over expected and the last fourteen to few combine years interceptions however with cy Newton young award has the dealt ravens winner with Jacob various went fourteen the ground injuries into to last lead and he's season coming the Mets and off rotation had surgery the league's to sixth repair Syndergaard ranked his foot pass has defense a career he and his agents ERA say Smith he's of three healthy was point hurt now in three the season one and opener will look with to last sign forty with year seven and another then wins missed team six and three straight losses I'm David games Shuster might I'm make Craig you so heist New York

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"The the after Mets Carolina nine announced Panthers seasons on Tuesday made with it the official that ravens right Tuesday handed cornerback Noah releasing Syndergaard Jimmy quarterback Smith will undergo is cam staying Tommy Newton in John Baltimore who surgery played nine Smith seasons during and spring the team with training them came Syndergaard to terms Newton experience on was a one the number year discomfort one deal overall in his pick he elbow in was the two an thousand unrestricted examinations eleven free draft MRI agent and during on and the his move second stay will opinions in keep Carolina a very confirm good he secondary the ligament threw one damage intact hundred eighty the two for twenty another touchdown seven year year passes old is one of along the game's he with hardest pro was the bowlers NFL's throwers Marcus Most he Valuable Pedersen tossed a hundred Player Marlon ninety during Humphrey the seventy two thousand two internal thirds fifteen Thomas innings last season season Smith leading with is his ten thirty team wins to one the years Super and two old hundred Bowl with before and three two hundred losing strikeouts twenty to four Denver career he tackles was over expected and the last fourteen to few combine years interceptions however with cy Newton young award has the dealt ravens winner with Jacob various went fourteen the ground injuries into to last lead and he's season coming the Mets and off rotation had surgery the league's to sixth repair Syndergaard ranked his foot pass has defense a career he and his agents ERA say Smith he's of three healthy was point hurt now in three the season one and opener will look with to last sign forty with year seven and another then wins missed team six and three straight losses I'm David games Shuster might I'm make Craig you so heist New York

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"The the after Mets Carolina nine announced Panthers seasons on Tuesday made with it the official that ravens right Tuesday handed cornerback Noah releasing Syndergaard Jimmy quarterback Smith will undergo is cam staying Tommy Newton in John Baltimore who surgery played nine Smith seasons during and spring the team with training them came Syndergaard to terms Newton experience on was a one the number year discomfort one deal overall in his pick he elbow in was the two an thousand unrestricted examinations eleven free draft MRI agent and during on and the his move second stay will opinions in keep Carolina a very confirm good he secondary the ligament threw one damage intact hundred eighty the two for twenty another touchdown seven year year passes old is one of along the game's he with hardest pro was the bowlers NFL's throwers Marcus Most he Valuable Pedersen tossed a hundred Player Marlon ninety during Humphrey the seventy two thousand two internal thirds fifteen Thomas innings last season season Smith leading with is his ten thirty team wins to one the years Super and two old hundred Bowl with before and three two hundred losing strikeouts twenty to four Denver career he tackles was over expected and the last fourteen to few combine years interceptions however with cy Newton young award has the dealt ravens winner with Jacob various went fourteen the ground injuries into to last lead and he's season coming the Mets and off rotation had surgery the league's to sixth repair Syndergaard ranked his foot pass has defense a career he and his agents ERA say Smith he's of three healthy was point hurt now in three the season one and opener will look with to last sign forty with year seven and another then wins missed team six and three straight losses I'm David games Shuster might I'm make Craig you so heist New York

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Here is the latest Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington DC sports news from The Associated Press

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Here is the latest Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington DC sports news from The Associated Press

"The the after Mets Carolina nine announced Panthers seasons on Tuesday made with it the official that ravens right Tuesday handed cornerback Noah releasing Syndergaard Jimmy quarterback Smith will undergo is cam staying Tommy Newton in John Baltimore who surgery played nine Smith seasons during and spring the team with training them came Syndergaard to terms Newton experience on was a one the number year discomfort one deal overall in his pick he elbow in was the two an thousand unrestricted examinations eleven free draft MRI agent and during on and the his move second stay will opinions in keep Carolina a very confirm good he secondary the ligament threw one damage intact hundred eighty the two for twenty another touchdown seven year year passes old is one of along the game's he with hardest pro was the bowlers NFL's throwers Marcus Most he Valuable Pedersen tossed a hundred Player Marlon ninety during Humphrey the seventy two thousand two internal thirds fifteen Thomas innings last season season Smith leading with is his ten thirty team wins to one the years Super and two old hundred Bowl with before and three two hundred losing strikeouts twenty to four Denver career he tackles was over expected and the last fourteen to few combine years interceptions however with cy Newton young award has the dealt ravens winner with Jacob various went fourteen the ground injuries into to last lead and he's season coming the Mets and off rotation had surgery the league's to sixth repair Syndergaard ranked his foot pass has defense a career he and his agents ERA say Smith he's of three healthy was point hurt now in three the season one and opener will look with to last sign forty with year seven and another then wins missed team six and three straight losses I'm David games Shuster might I'm make Craig you so heist New York

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"The the after Mets Carolina nine announced Panthers seasons on Tuesday made with it the official that ravens right Tuesday handed cornerback Noah releasing Syndergaard Jimmy quarterback Smith will undergo is cam staying Tommy Newton in John Baltimore who surgery played nine Smith seasons during and spring the team with training them came Syndergaard to terms Newton experience on was a one the number year discomfort one deal overall in his pick he elbow in was the two an thousand unrestricted examinations eleven free draft MRI agent and during on and the his move second stay will opinions in keep Carolina a very confirm good he secondary the ligament threw one damage intact hundred eighty the two for twenty another touchdown seven year year passes old is one of along the game's he with hardest pro was the bowlers NFL's throwers Marcus Most he Valuable Pedersen tossed a hundred Player Marlon ninety during Humphrey the seventy two thousand two internal thirds fifteen Thomas innings last season season Smith leading with is his ten thirty team wins to one the years Super and two old hundred Bowl with before and three two hundred losing strikeouts twenty to four Denver career he tackles was over expected and the last fourteen to few combine years interceptions however with cy Newton young award has the dealt ravens winner with Jacob various went fourteen the ground injuries into to last lead and he's season coming the Mets and off rotation had surgery the league's to sixth repair Syndergaard ranked his foot pass has defense a career he and his agents ERA say Smith he's of three healthy was point hurt now in three the season one and opener will look with to last sign forty with year seven and another then wins missed team six and three straight losses I'm David games Shuster might I'm make Craig you so heist New York

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Durham, Jackson-Davis lead Indiana past No. 9 Penn State

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Durham, Jackson-Davis lead Indiana past No. 9 Penn State

"T. in J. a game Oshie of extreme scored the go runs ahead goal Indiana snapping a three had all the one tie that midway mattered through most the third in a period sixty eight as sixty the capital win snapped over a four number game nine losing Penn streak state beating the penguins the Nittany five lions to three were down by the nineteen take over first late place in in the the first metropolitan half division but led by six the capital ten minutes scored later three goals in Indiana the first eleven answered with minutes the thirteen of the third to nothing it spurt was the penguins and held the lead third down straight the stretch loss Carl outdoor Haglund led and a the pair Hoosiers of goals with fourteen including an points empty netter as Indiana late improves the penguins its got big tallies ten record from Patric day in an Hornqvist eight Sidney after Crosby winning eight and Marcus in a row Pedersen Penn state has dropped Braden its Holtby last made two thirty three Lamar saves Stevens in the win led the Nittany Greg lions heist with Washington twenty nine points Tom McKay Bloomington Indiana

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Capitals snap skid, beat Penguins to vault into first place

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Capitals snap skid, beat Penguins to vault into first place

"T. J. Oshie scored the go ahead goal snapping a three all tie midway through the third period as the capital snapped a four game losing streak beating the penguins five to three the take over first place in the metropolitan division the capital scored three goals in the first eleven minutes of the third it was the penguins third straight loss Carl Haglund and a pair of goals including an empty netter late the penguins got tallies from Patric Hornqvist Sidney Crosby and Marcus Pedersen Braden Holtby made thirty three saves in the win Greg heist Washington

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"pedersen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"pedersen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of the United States Minnesota which of course is also the land of ice and snow and the polar vortex joining us now is Chad Pedersen real tore with the Patterson agency in Bloomington Minnesota Chad works with clients from all over the Twin Cities area and he's been in the real estate business for more than twenty years Chad welcome to real estate today thanks for having me tell us Chad how does the process begin with snowbirds a client comes to you a client who might be tired of the ice and snow in the cold and they say what work on dos and initially talk about what their plans are for the future if it's somebody or of family or a couple that might be close to retirement or may be retired looking for the next move in their life will so don't have a conversation about selling their house here and even talk about them where they want to go out of Minnesota we can work with a lot of people to go to Florida and Arizona and then we'll talk well we're in those states they wanna go water their future plans and then help them find a broker in the area that they're looking for importers on so Chad most of your clients apparently sell their house up north and then moved down south rather than keeping it and going back and forth every six months we have a little bit of both this past summer we actually have a few more people that transferred and completely move cells than we did with the snowbirds usually we have a little bit of both so this past year was a little bit interesting where we had a couple people that completely pulled up stakes and then headed so Minnesota being such a beautiful place when your clients move to Arizona or Florida are they coming back and sometimes buying a little condo up north just to still have a home in such a beautiful part of the country yeah we actually see a lot of arsenal birds will keep their cabin many people in Minnesota have cabins wake homes in northern Minnesota along with a host of day you're living in the Twin Cities so a lot of the snowbirds will keep their cabin there's no smaller wake home in northern Minnesota along with their house and so and so they have the best of both worlds they have the Minnesota summer and the Florida winter yeah exactly well that's wonderful now how about the reverse have you ever seen a situation which someone who is a native of Arizona or Florida decides I've had it with the hot summers I want to move up north and have a beautiful nice temperate climate in the summer we haven't had anyone move up from the south however we're currently working with a family that is moving back from the Dallas area so a family they grew up here and then has subsequently lived in Dallas for the last ten years is now coming back to Minnesota well that's interesting and it sounds like a what a job transfer or something yeah it's a it's something where they're not just being transferred for work they took a different job completely and they're paying for the relocation of salt completely on them and their decision that they want to come back to Minnesota so Chad last question as a real chore how do you help your clients make this very big move and this very big change in their lives it's all about communication and working through every possible scenario with the client sitting down talking and talking and talking about every situation everything possible it's more than just hoping somebody saw house or buy a house or just move somewhere else it's a real life change and we find ourselves is kind of these you know kind of a counselor just some movement there to help listen help talk through all kinds of different options and things that they're going to run into roadblocks in some of the unexpected things in of moving somewhere completely different and just being able talk through as much as possible answers many questions as we can and then be the resource for clients to then go out and find answers to questions that we might not know right off the top of her head but you will take the time to go out there and dig in to help them find all the answers at their looking for taking good care of your clients Chad always that's number one Chad Patterson realtor with Patterson realty in Bloomington Minnesota in the Twin Cities area thank you for joining us on real estate today thanks for having coming up on real estate today for many snowbirds it's not just where you want to live it's also what you like to do.

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Into the abyss like fucking chewing gloss. I'm like yeah running. A business is like no shit. It's a very very useful. Practice is probably one of the top three most useful things of one of the things I think. So as mindfulness is and it's just like anything when you're practicing dissing summing especially when I think it's a mental practice it's You can trip yourself over a little bit because being a perfectionist. You'll you you'll just. You're kind of thinking like okay like mindfulness like I. I'll ferguson the moment and then it's like everything will be fine but not it's a practice. You're going to suck at at the start because it's just like playing tennis if you've never played tennis before and you play against a prior. Then it's like you're obviously going to lose your getting get smashed. It's because you haven't practiced everything is a practice you have to have the mindset it's called the growth mindset way you have like you just assume mm-hmm begins minds like when you're meditating. You just assume that like when you come to every meditation uses Jim that you're now anything you're know what you're doing but you're I'm just GonNa do it because you know that the more you do the more you practice it the better you'll get inevitably be you. Don't do it with the expectation of being good at it I think when people people expect that that's when they set themselves up for disappointment and then that just like Meditate for me another thing with that surround yourself with good people. reminds me of Mike in lame yet How did you make them so? I met them for the first year and a half of Youtube. I was doing it all myself. Like every single videos doing myself itself And one of Mark's friends ended up like messaging him. Say all you should check this guy out. He's from like Gibbs land so then mark message. May We ended up meeting up going on Friday. Show together ended up connecting really well and then mark introduced to lamb and I met lemond through mock as well so The Guy so simple as that is the same thing like I think. Mike was shooting with these skateboarding nights. And then he got into photography lame so to sell it out in a similar way and then they would just taking photos on instagram. And they noticed each other via some Hashtag or some photo lame Toko made or whatever and they just caught up and then I just remember hearing this story was fucking funny like lame was like fold for the mock with some dodgy guy. He didn't actually know who he was didn't really trust who he was. And Yeah and he do you guys consider yourself old part of the The eggplant gang or is it like card buddy. eggplant thank you. I don't know where this came from. I think that mock ended up making it up just because he thought like eggplant looks like a Dick good good merging done you just like spend it. And then he told everyone to spam nickens instagram. Page with the eggplants and like it just became a main from that and then like someone actually ended up making an instagram instagram account. Called the eggplant Guy and it's actually great instagram account. Like if you haven't followed the viewers watching definitely follow it because like they post a whole lot of like images from random just random people not not just from like us from like other photographers that just getting out there. Just having fun doing their thing. And it's it's a great source of inspiration but it's just funny because the eggplant gang is just nothing that we've taken seriously. Coal Myself Thought of the eggplant like yeah. There's nothing in your instagram bio about it. But it's just like this little internal mainly you guys have gone to lock it the good ask you studied the essay finished up. I remember watching things. You're sick and video was when you'd finished up and you you eating a milky bar or something of that to celebrate your first hundred subs. That was yeah. Six was that so funny because I remember like every single plug pretty much. which number is okay so tell me about what made you go into us? You're what you're probably thinking your head you finish up at Uni I'm GonNa get into what film films in general try and get some work as a freelance. How did you go well? I'm just going to jump starting to YouTube WHOA with with SAS. Like as I said before like where can with other people the people. They're kind of shoes that I just didn't WanNa work with other people in general now that I kind of like worked with marking lame in that kind of thing. That's just going away now and I'm happy to work with other people love with working with other people but What I did in film school was there was a trimester where we were doing documentary? Filmmaking and originally I thought that would be the contrast into go into normal film making a traditional kind of filming me But when I when I tried doing this documentary filmmaking I I said Aetate Charles like look I want to do this whole thing myself and at first you like really doubted me and stuff like everyone's GonNa set everyone's got editors and everything. I'm I'm just like trust me. I can do it all myself. And he's like good luck kind of thing like he. He data may for sure and so my idea was actually a wanted to go. Overseas says to make a documentary over aerial scale in Utah Utah and a in the US. And he's he's my friend. He's actually from elven bad time he was doing aerial skiing. Anyway so yeah. I said that the teacher. He's just like dirt. You're doing this by itself ECON To America to do this on my watch watch me so I did all the paperwork and everything sorted with the folio and stuff and I shot him all of the processing. He's like well. I can't say no you've done all the work so good luck. The thing flew over to America with my dad. I did have my dad helping me out. It was awesome. Shut out to notch. y'All's over that filmed everything. Join shots of him. Doing flips Simpson stuff. Came back editorial up and I loved the whole process of doing everything myself and that's when I was like okay. What what have can I be a filmmaker and do it all myself like be in full control? Now I was thinking. Are you cheap. You choose perfect because it's like you can richly. Make a new story whenever you want on your terms in you just upload and share it with the wealth and so that's why I got into Youtube. I JUST WANNA be paid to do what I love. Yeah that's just on mainly on your on your full creative control. How early then like? How early did you find out about Casey Neustadt? Hey I I found out about him before I even started youtube. He was the reason wiles. Like okay this guy's literally just documenting his law. He's not even like putting a whole lot of effort into these edits or anything like that. He's just doing it executing onto the next thing this is. When he was doing daily he was a machine like he and spies ceremony people? I think that the reason why he was inspirational to me and to so many any other people is the fact that his content is sorry human. And it's not perfect is the opposite of perfect and when you release content. That's the opposite of perfect. Then people alike Arkan do this as well. I locked the fact this is imperfect because the more imperfectly something is the more human something is and so I went into Youtube being like okay if Casey can do it arken do it. I'm GonNa make these videos are on care if that good. I don't care if they're bad I just WANNA do him as WanNa make make him imperfect and just yeah just wanted to do it and so I just did it with low expectations and then that's how I got started a d. Think in hindsight now with there if you now like thing. It's last time I checked last night. It was about eight hundred. Five thousand subs on Youtube. Two thousand our our even our check. Well I didn't. I didn't even know what the number was. Just what's lame in my have. I just watched the videos. Because it comes up in my sub Bob Fade. And that's what I watch. I literally just watch youtube everyday. I watched net flicks. If there's like a good movie out that but it's literally just. It's literally just youtube job. I've never not. I'd never actually checked what you guys have in sub count and so I went and looked nothing instagram. mm-hmm felt like a write. It down somewhere like a missing it somewhere but it's around like two hundred thousand or something like that something like that so like. I'm curious you doing you know you celebrating celebrating one hundred subs with this Milky Bar. Mazda it is what do you think would light the key moments in that process. Two way you are now like Wha Wendy realized okay. I'm really fucking onto something and we continue with this Well I think the whole time like even from the the beginning. I had this belief like I don't know whether you would call arrogant or not but like I just knew that I was going to make it. I just I just and you and I I I just charge to have that belief in anyone can choose to have that belief A lot of people have limiting beliefs. And then that's when you have to train yourself to get like more optimistic and stuff anyway. I always Kinda new but like when it was more like a it was a matter of when rather than like like when when it was going to take off and that's when I was looking at other people's stuff in this was around the time of like maybe a thousand subs and stuff I was like thinking. Okay just making my videos on not make it eventually but like this. I think that there's going to be something. They can sort of kick start at so have initial traction and so I saw paid a McKinnon's video was Nine Camera Haxhi in like ninety seconds or something and so I was like okay not thumb now like I looked at the thumb. Now I'm like that is probably the best thumb now. If a saying he had like a knife in front of the Lens and I was like okay. I'm GonNa copy this pretty much pretty much copy in copy. It was like two of the camera hacks I hate the word Hack. It's SORTA sorry like cheesy and childish I think two of them one of them was like sorta taken from his video but mercer them would just other ones that uptake from other videos. But also there was like probably three or four that I just knew myself from film school but also just as it is so just compiled them altogether in like. It was like Tim Camera. Hack seen less than less than so not nine ninety seconds less than one hundred seconds because his I think that people because people are impatient people just want value value value like rotten. Now kind of thing people. Yeah yeah that that less than thing was K- of AH member seeing that video when it came out. Yeah and mammoth thinking like Oh. He's crafted here. You could tell when you look back at your early videos. The thumbnails the tomatoes you sort of refining that process along the way and you could say with the momentum that you growing you getting better and better the thumb Now process and the the bottle itself. Yeah you're gonNA love like the name of some of the tomatoes piss out like I but as I said is the same as anything like for the first year SAR of Youtube. I had no idea what I was doing. I was doing and by doing. That's that's when I like every time I would learn something new and it's that learning something new. That's when you are practicing and the Moyer practicing you'll get better at it like with whether it be thumbnails nells whether it be filmmaking storytelling whatever it is like I would be a much worse film. Imagine if the whole time like maybe the past like it's around like nearly three years ban youtube now it's coming up to three years Imagine if the poss three is I've been spending all this time on one film. Yeah Oh like just shooting film projects. Aw local film projects you get nowhere. Yeah and like there's all these people out there with incredible talent doing that like just like Lawrence had experienced doing. She did Production designed to shoot films because she was a the graphic design. And you go to like a unit outside of graphic design and Yada Yada Yada and To disarm many people like local seines that a stock in that old road analog world. Yeah I find yeah yeah I agree I'm thinking about what you said earlier about the fact that you just I just want to be a guy crave decisions are you..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Actually you guys should go down there one nine just like the shit is crazy really like he's good he's I'm beehives. Which then Paul? All night. All the different vegetables that he has the vegetables he has like humongous. He's got quayle he's got like it's just everything. And the the cattle move around and then he has these these chickens that come in like trolleys after the cows and they scratch fool at the cow dung and stuff like that really super professing. It's like Reg- innovative farming interests. Yeah it's really really intriguing interesting but I have no idea where I was going with anyway. Keep sign right. Yeah what sort of you born in Maryland. Yes Annapolis you do citizenship. Yeah who's used American. You data your mom non non. Yeah so you would just born that. Yeah I was born that I saw my dad. was Born on I think in in Melvin I think you know it was born in Wargo But he met my mom in Melvin moms from Sydney but I ended up moving They ended up marrying then moving over to America because Dad's business that he was doing the site site too much about my dad's Confidential not controversial hunt financial. That's the one yeah The the materials he wasn't able to get in Australia he moved over there with mom that had us. When we're over that in America hindsight the answer may my brother and my sis that we all have American citizenship? My Dad has got his American citizen now but yeah we have Jill citizenship. That's that is so smart. They decided to do that fee. Yeah alleyoop lucky when you come over back to Estrella how old we When I was the thing I was like four years old? It was after nine eleven A.. CAST so he's still quite young. Yeah Okay Yeah. Why does your dad have an emmy a grammy Emmy Yeah? He has his three for different reasons but I'm I'm pretty sure it's either for P. R. V. CAn't One I remember one of them is for like. Pov cameras full the baby say or the ABC on on racing really. That was one of them He's got two other ones like engineering and stuff like that. I don't want to be quoted on that because I haven't I saw like look at my dad's Emmys every day and I'd say like all this dumb for this. Yeah okay. So he's always worked in the film area so to speak Yeah he's he's been in he. He's into that stuff. But he's more into designing cameras and communications Yeah it makes sense 'cause like you. You had the video on by broke. My Dad's emails I clicked. Is this like Click Click Click. What's what's feel earliest memory of your Children Ilias memory? I think probably The time that I dropped like a full-fledged like try Ayla on Monterey and I broke my not my maternal Berkoff dam and I was like mortified. I was looking at it. I was like sorry young at the time so I had no idea what was going going on. But I'm like what the hell maternal come off kind of thing that's probably the earliest memory interesting very interesting one of those memories like then foster into who I know I know it probably like a little bit Patriots Day from that just like coming back to today. It's like Auburn even our Darna. The particular lessons that you find your parents today that you like like a principal or something like that. The you've seen directly or indirectly like as an example with my dad. It's all about hard work and that was just observing him working incredibly hot. Is this something like that. Not Few Yeah I think that will my. My parents always pushed continous like the my mom and my dad like huge inspiration. Inspirations to me because not not even just calmness but also like Dave lived apart for such a long time. Like Dad's lived in America. Mums lived in Australia. Yeah but that's still together and I think it definitely takes two kinds of people to be in a long distance relationship especially for such a long time like sometimes they'll go months without seeing each other well And like a lot of people. Obviously they can't like a condo. Yeah and I think that I think that's it's pretty inspiring to me and it just goes to show that like happiness comes from within. It's not about like other people and like it's like when you get to obviously see your husband wife whatever like it's great when you get to see that person but you shouldn't rely on happiness. Yeah there's like element of being your own person like security security. Yeah Yeah but back to the point of film photography Emmys. I was intrigued like rating. And you had some nights on linked in which is super helpful by the way really. Yeah Oh shit. Yeah I didn't even obviously like Like clearly a couple years old like you have an update for a few years but it was useful nonetheless. Because you I know you're GONNA have to update these guys out now because people are going to be. We're going to go find official. Yeah you'RE GONNA you're GonNa pull me actually scared now doc myself. I fun in seeing that. You began making animations at eleven and then around sixteen flip video video. How did you get into animation side of things? And what were you making animation actually Yeah I think that I was probably around ten or eleven when I started honestly I didn't even like look anything that inspired me. I just remember it was like great five again cried five. I think that it was then We had like the old. I'm axe thing and people were going onto. The plane. Like mini clipped. DIENER bubbled trouble. It's like mini game playing that in this bedtime when I was like I had no idea what I was doing but I was like. Oh this test this program out and I was always always into like soda drawing and stuff back in the day I used to love Park. Amman and I used to love drawing the park. I was like okay. This is this is kind of cool and I feel like that's where I start getting my artsy side a bit and So urban this program. I'm like okay. Let's test this. Yeah I did like these little frame by frame animations they absolutely sucked. I think my very first animation was like A. I don't even know why Don't ask why by the way because I actually I thought it. What but on the Internet now I went on the Internet and I got a picture like PNG of like a cartoon baby or something dragged into the program? And I just animated doing like a flip. It didn't even like it's moving. It just did a flip like pin j just did a flip. I'm like Oh this is cool as I could do this and so I just like did that for a while. Then I moved into to this program. I don't know if you've heard of it's called pivot stick figure. It's like a very basic animation program. But I moved into it because I saw this thing online called stick figures on crack this compilation of just stick biggest doing these stupid things. I'm like this is cool. I want to try this so I started getting into that. Then I found found a forum called Doc Damon Dog with pretty much. There's like there's like ranks of Levels that you can get to through pivot animation like a whole forum of people doing this animation stuff coming together and like giving constructive criticism. It's like a youtube but for pivot and so I I was on. That started the very beginning like the beginning section And then I just kept on doing stuff. Kept Gang. Criticism kept learning from other people's animations and eventually intially. I ended up working my way up to the top and then when I got to the top I was like. Oh I'm at the top now. What and then I kind of like lost interest in it Interesting interesting and then My friends will actually not my friend. My friend was like saying like. Oh what do you want. This is around like year. Eleven or twelve. He was thinking like Oh like what do you want to do like when you get out of school and I said I wanna do something with like moving images just something with that. 'cause I'm just super interested with that by the way like like while I was doing animation I was also like doing videos videos and stuff. 'cause you did media studies at at high school run yes. I must've liked played around with cameras. There's and yeah. Yeah well I've always been until like photography as well like I remember like I. I actually don't remember much of it but my dad had this little like appointed shirt camera and like our just lock to use it. I would I would just take photos of random things I don't know what but I just take him just whatever but I've always gene into like film and like taking Friday's and stuff and eventually like all his like around you. Twelve oaks like okay like I can't make a living from making pivot video. Probably I I could. Maybe now that you can do youtube you can. Now the social media can really do anything but realistically I thought okay. Maybe I'll go into the film ministry. And so then. I went to Film School Sa Institute in Melbourne. And I realized that I didn't really like working with other people on sets because it's It might not be other papal as such. I think it was just my experience with those people specifically then all bad people April. But it's just like I just didn't connect with them. It sort of sounds like you wanted to be incredibly direct. What was going on? Yes exactly I wanted to be the direct. I wanted to have full control. We'll because you've come from animation background where you do exactly. Let's that's probably why exactly I think that like this was also sort of like my perfectionist affectionate mindset back then I wanted to be in order kind of the way that I wanted to bay and I thought that if anyone else did it it wouldn't be done. Wow Wow yeah and I've heard about this famed up. perfectionist sucks and yeah I have to. It's it's actually really bad habit at times but I've heard you've you've been known to sit down and do an it. Select twelve hours straight. Yeah that's a ring. Twelve hours straight. That's more like may getting into the Flyer. Yeah and when I'm in the Flyer I'm like I don't WanNa do anything else don't WANNA eat. Don't WanNa do anything I don't want to sleep. I forget about eating like it's happened sometimes. Sometimes when I'm editing like especially the farther battles they take sorry long in so much effort that like sometimes. I'll get like three days of like editing. Maybe like Conine to ten hours just consecutively burnt out by the end of it. But it's always worth it. 'cause I'm like yeah good product. Not what's engine. You mentioned burnout because that is saying that I've learned like I'm a few years old. How old are you? I'm twenty two okay. So I'm twenty nine now some a few years old of lent. This ad had twenty two upper. We didn't realize it but now twenty nine like that Shit will come back particularly on a life where things start to get a little bit hard because you have more responsibilities or whatever but yeah burn out for me. He's not it's not good now he's got to you..

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"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"pedersen" Discussed on Uncommon

"Off from the elite. eggplant gang has reached well over eight hundred and twenty twenty thousand subscribers on Youtube and one hundred ninety seven thousand followers on instagram. But more importantly Haydn is completely and utterly focused on the process of creating. And you get that sense when you hear him speak about how he misses. Success subscribe as follows and so forth thing along with Liam who is seventh era and Mike in North borders. A No that won't crowding here locally in. Melbourne is something Dow collectively be proud of in many years to come in this episode. We covered a lot including Latte flares acceptance and embracing wideness background and growing up stunning at eleven. Years is old dealing with perfectionism mating. Mike Lame and Lemon Fan. What's in Haydn's camera bag? As well just a few of the topics that we covered many thanks to Dr Baba coming along and of course leaving us a recent review James Harrison as well loved reading your written reviews with just cracked Iba going for one hundred. Please if you've got some time. Leave us one on apple podcasts. Share with your friends. Take a screen shot post on instagram story. Tagging at uncommon underscores show if you watching episode and full of you WanNa find it such uncommon show on Youtube. And don't forget to like and subscribe show notes and previous guests are at neurology dot com slash. PODCAST that's any U. R. I. E. Double L. A. Dot com slash podcast with that being said. Thanks for listening. Then guys hope. You'll enjoy this conversation with Haydn. Pederson Haydn we live where he how are you. I'm I'm doing well. I'm just looking at the cameras. Boom boom boom. I'm feeling a feeling a bit professional with all these angles. I'm locking how you doing. I'm good man. I've just I'm thinking mm carefully about. What is the opener I WANNA go with? What's the inside joke? Because you understand when I asked lamb and Mike about this they just they were going nuts like token that this told him bad that like things that could really stump you up so I'm going to think carefully about the first thing. Okay but you'd maybe to start with a story about how you told Your Ye five teacher that your eyes bulge if you okay. The guy ought so when I was in grade five essentially like. We're getting ready to go on a school camp and We had like this pre assembly. Where the whole year level was there and the teacher wanted to know if anyone had any allergies? And he's just like if anyone in this whole Assembly has any allergies. Can you please stand up and like just say what it is just like. I'm the only one in the whole year level that stood up up and potatoes so I said I said Y- I'm allergic to potatoes. I'm not I'm not actually allergic to just set it because I I just didn't want to eat them on the canned and he's just like do you mind telling me what happens when you ate potatoes. And I said I meant to say my eyes swell up but I said my eyes is bolt like as in like as in like you know the birth defect. That's what would happen like but but obviously that doesn't happen because I'm not allergic to it but then as soon as I said Ma is bold the whole year stop pissing themselves laughing. Even the teachers started laughing. Laughing is serious. That's not real. And what did you get these things through today. Say Yet. Okay all right fine. We'll just go with that. All I think did they thought that was sort of jerking around but at the same time that I didn't want to say to me that you'll jerking around just in case if I wasn't joking if I actually genuinely had something truly wrong with me so I just said all right and then I said like yes it down and that was it. Yeah I mean I've had so many people come up with excuses for things that they don't lock inside allergies on working in restaurants. We'd regularly get that. There's this lady who had always coming in to be a new thing that she had an out like she'd pick addition she's like kind of tomato salad but I'm allergic to tomato something like she didn't like the thing she likes everything else in fried so she led the cucumber the Fed on the like the actual believes and all that sort of crap and it got to the point where like one basically I decided to sign a paper like. Are you allergic or do you just not want to have A. Because we don't care you can just take it out like there's no problem until it's like and just go along with the with the Li- like it's sort of the good old commitment and consistency principle. They've just good to go with it. I feel that actually usually sort of used to happen to me. I used to be like the most picky with words like I'll go to subway. Now ask for Foot Long Saab and I'll just be like. Can I just get Hammond. Tomato sauce not sit. And then I'd just like you don't want an H.. As your salad or anything like Nar Hammond tomato sauce and I feel like every single employee that said to me either got used to me ordering this stuff but like at the starting did they would just truly judging me big time so you know like When it comes to subway you know like a maypole bowl maple sub Konica? Nah I'M I. I have a diversified a lot since then because I was probably about like a fifteen. That's pretty all still pretty old to like be getting ham tomato sauce on subs but yeah now. I'm gone for like more of a teriyaki chicken. I've always been a maple like done. Have subway much anymore but Maple Saab with I think tostes. Yeah bit of lettuce and Mayor. They've gotten rid of Chetta Chase. What do you mean what Dave Dave like? I used to get cheddar cheese on it. And they've all know is a Cheddar or Swiss. This one of them. They've gotten rid of them. And it's just the most bonkers idea that subway ever come up with what they're doing but yeah subway's never been the same until until they until they found out about that. Jared Gore remember how he goes convicted for being a pedophile. Some of the why I I remember this going on and I I just the saying about it now. I've decided to Nevada. I'm dislike associated with these. That's probably not a good things to be associated with a few other things that we had in here. I mean the obvious one. There's a few people that asked about flying the drone into the our river. Yeah with your Your Tesla morning to saving the planet wanting to save the planet with your Tesla Abo- Dhabi. I'll be Dhabi. They Lehman Microcosm you pronounce it wrong. I would say art. I don't know why doc in Liam where did this come from. I haven't even heard them say this to me the thing I did. Tell me to ask you about these. The latte flare. What do you know what a lap flare is? Yeah it's sort of like it's like what you like spread you lots like this bodybuilders and like we do it as a JARC like A lot of people that I it's more of a main but like people some people that are the Jim let's say Insecure about their bodies. The the reason why that guarded the gym is to impress the pay. Love Asli And so you have those people that have the I l. s. have you heard of. Irs invisible invisible Latte syndrome. So it's like I said this is a main that they have no lots Y- exactly like they they try and spread that lots when they're walking around to make them feel like they're the bigger than what they are so they'll yeah literally walk in public was spreading lots out like this but like not too much but you can tell like the people that walk around like this kind kind of thing. Yeah and so I take it to another level and sometimes like just randomly in public with the boys walk around with my latte spread out even without saying anything thing. I'll just do it for like a minute or even if they don't notice me doing it and other I'm walking by people people like. What is this kid doing this like doing this all? That's what the LAT flare it. It's just a stupid name that Di that's between you guys. I love it though. I mean I think that is a very endearing thing about the The crew so you guys have. It's the The jove UNIS of which itself becomes content. Yeah I think I think. That's what a lot of people like And vulnerability before like you can't be any more vulnerable than on the Blogs Eagle is Mike. I don't think it's I think that that's the thing like I. I'm really trying to what I'm trying to practice becoming. A master at is acceptance and that's like when I say acceptance I mean like just letting of like of being like to up taught and like allowing yourself to be weird I I think we it is cool. I think if you're dealing doing a podcast doing podcasts. Like putting yourself out there on Youtube and stuff you'll being super vulnerable yeah But the more you get comfortable with being vulnerable the better you get at it just like any other practice and like that's what I WANNA do. 'cause at the end of the day I wanNA want to become a master of Microsoft and the only way I can do that is by practicing getting uncomfortable. Yeah yeah think I think definitely brought a think it's saying that people Realize over time like particularly if they've if you like a falling on instagram they realized that the best shit is is when they're like sitting in their underwear on the couch. She'll give out how nope not depressed but like the down because of the week they've had whatever my bay I think I think we all just one of a bit of like escapism John McCain I mean I think that's what it gives yeah I found it really seemed looking back on. You grew up in warragul right. Yes so many lives in jargon My my grandmother. My Dad's side is from foster. I'm GonNa Leave Zinn ways. He may be me boot. Manila Camila Grey area he lived in Melbourne did really well property like he's a young guys probably like thirty two. WHO So? He's still pretty young. He bought a house renovated it Did really well with that soda. And he's like you know what because he's back I was like chickens. Wins and like acuff MOMS and all this sort of stuff he's like I'm just going to go move out to the country and I'm just going to have like a self sufficient farm and that's what almond do for the rest of my life as really really cool. Actually you guys should go down there one nine just like the shit is crazy really like he's good he's I'm beehives. Which then Paul? All night. All the different vegetables.

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"pedersen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pedersen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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Georgia doctor accused of threatening to slit throats of her staff, patients

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Georgia doctor accused of threatening to slit throats of her staff, patients

"This is yellowhammer news good morning i'm andrea thais the hero at a waffle house in nashville tennessee is honored during a weekend game by the nashville predators james shaw junior received a standing ovation for his efforts in disarming a gunman shot prevented more killings at that restaurant the predators recognized several of the first responders to that crime as well a doctor in georgia is now accused of making disturbing threats to her patients and her employees dr marian patterson of valdosta is charged with terroristic threats telling patients and employees she would slit their throats patterson even told one employee she would be head him pedersen's medical license was suspended by the georgia composite medical board in early march once the reports of her behavior and police charges came out the white house correspondents association is in apology mode now following their correspondents dinner over the weekend the president of the w h c a is doing a statement to minimize the damage done by comedian michelle wolf w c h a president margaret talev wrote that the program was meant to unify the media in its commitment to free speech and great reporting but that wolf's comments and jokes only divided the group the comedian mocked numerous women within the trump administration and made a joke about abortion that left the crowds speechless t mobile and sprint are looking to make a twenty six point five billion dollar deal if the merger goes through it would reduce the us wireless industry to three major players t mobile and sprint are the.

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