17 Burst results for "Pepo"

"pepo" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

08:58 min | 7 months ago

"pepo" Discussed on Epicenter

"Years. Yeah is he is still pink formula anyway so I think that is to say that you know we're seeing these new patterns. We saying like a used van recover that case and over time I think the more and more people work in this space people use his ten. We see these best practices emerge and from our side. I think implementing these patents starts with boring. It sounds as good documentation. That's good examples of what to follow yen in terms of these these recovery patterns and the patterns that are more novel to be out to follow the practices. That steal out has been. It's been great and you shouldn't example this too when we when we created the while recovery module for a. We did this from two fronts one. Is We start with user research and we put we got paper testing. We put different options people and we saw where they succeeded in where they failed and these are mainstream users started with not with kind of crypto savvy. People and we found was that a six digit pin was the maximum that someone was able to remember again and again and again and so you know obviously writing down. Twelve words would be more optimal but most people don't won't do it. You obviously can't remember twelve words and but six digits was on the that ever people remembered every single time and so we then went to our security experts and said okay. We need to find a way to enable a six digit waller recovery from smart contract to be part of our wallets decay. So we start with the experience and then we reverse engineered back to the technology and appeared out a way to make a six digit. Pin Recovery From Star contract now we also tested which you mentioned social recovery and it failed miserably right and so it's one of these concepts where I think a lot of us crypto nerds like we think. Oh It'd be great you through your friends to help you recover from summer contract. Your friends don't want to help you do that. And you don't want either with most people they actually don't they. Don't get it it's not. It's not a viable solution. And so it's it's okay the fact that security standpoint it would work but doesn't mean people are going to do it so we focus on things if you've action. Us interesting. How do you overcome the challenges? I guess that are linked specifically with regards to the decrypt token. How do you overcome the challenges of civil attacks with? I don't WanNa say it's harder on people but people you need to have a twitter account. You need an APP. It's but you know with with a web browser it's maybe easier to automate identity creations and getting people to sort of like to begin with where launching on APP security is obviously significantly. Easier on an APP is much more easy to explode on the web. Look into Fab and expand into the web later. First and foremost we're releasing the tap where we're introducing these tokens and our seasons. I think when we're looking from a token design point of view we're looking at all these different actions and incentivizing these actions. You GotTa fit the coin and be like okay. What's a malicious user? Can actually do here to try and exploit this so off with confirming that Users read an article are kind of mechanic that to prevent someone doing some kind of ball. That's going to be reading thousands of articles a day and absolutely destroying. I'll take him as A. That's a we sense. Daily cap on the number of Tokens Redick in us. And we also attach a sensible kind of reading speed to articles so someone is really quite reader. Words words per minute a timeout. So that's just an example of how we're thinking about preventing abuse on that particular action but the same applies to shaving. I'm being able to validate that. I think you know there's there's simple things you can do to guard against these kind of militia actors is the best thing is about. They're also you. You'll think the with everything and then just watch the users and fill the holes in them and it's like it's okay. These apps right now are not completely decentralized from the redemption standpoint and so as I said the user has a self custody while it's a spark contract wallet. They own their own keys. We can't take money from them but we do play a role right now when the cash out and so there's always this kind of safety net that well if someone goes to cash out and you saw that they were malicious actor. We don't have to basically on the cash out in that. In that instance now they did something that was our mistake. That allowed them to you. Know to accumulate. Lots of tokens that we should let let 'em keep Aaron. What's the future? What does the future of a media and Tokens looked like this? This is a question that I've carried with me for the last six over six years of doing a podcast is one of the new models. Looked like and were whereas this space gonNa go and I think there's been a lot of experimentation. I mean even even in the early days of epicenter area we're part of the network and And there were some early early experimentation there even before ethereal on counterparty with the token other platforms. Have done this like steam it and okay. Let's not talking about the whole air but You know what's what's the future here. And where are we going to see the most innovation come from my perspective on this that were at the very beginning days of injecting the Internet of money into AP applications websites and enabling all sorts of business models? That are going to be aided by the pack. Anything that you can do any where you can transfer a piece of data or API call or any kind of action. A user can take online whether it's a five star review. Hi Five and Emoji. Whatever might be could have value attached to it and that can have impact on consumer experiences but also on business models and it can start to create new models of how individuals can monetize their data their content etcetera and. I think it's GonNa be. It's GonNa take longer a I. I think people wish to materialize when it does people like Whoa. Where did that come from? It's huge it's everywhere and I think we're at right now is like we're at least up to bat rights of like the six months ago was like this ever happened at least now. We're in the game right and I think now that we're in the game. We're going to start to see some things moving pretty fast. You think about defies an example like a year. No one was talking defy. Suddenly it's everywhere and we're at the beginnings of these kernels of like Internet of value percolating across and it's going to be one of the next the next up all of a sudden you're like well like someone will create the next snapchat or instagram. Or something maybe one of next media site or wherever my be that'll be completely token powered and people like a whole new business models and been invented here. I think it's a vague question. I think wish any the answer. The answer that one I think ultimately all of these businesses largely shaped by the business models that emerged. We've seen that star. The Internet and media companies being completely upended. We've seen that with the rise of social media. I'm personally keeping my eye on this and I'm really excited to what Jason's alluding to and if this kind of lucid business model emerges from web three. I think people are aware that you know this me a different tool kit now where we can start. You know building a new business model but why come back to is just the notion of these web three tools being programmable trust and that's you know being able to design good incentives between between different groups and you know hopefully a system which is there's more equanimity between between the parties to. I don't know but I'm excited to find out well. I'm I'm really looking forward to to seeing where this goes and I'll be following it very closely because it's it's a topic that's very very near to me and I'm really interested in seeing so the progression with epicenter this could also be perhaps an area of experimentation and who knows we could most certainly burn snowed some more over beers or something. Thanks for being on the PODCAST. Thank you so much. Appreciate it thanks..

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"pepo" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

15:23 min | 7 months ago

"pepo" Discussed on Epicenter

"Technologies and with this new APP that Leverages O. S. T. readers of decrypt will be able to earn tokens for reading content in interacting on the now these ideas have been around for a long time even in the early days of epicenter on the TV network longtime listeners will remember the token and the magic word and the proof of listen and all these incentives to listen to the podcast. But they've never really been executed very well and so I'm really interested to see the interesting things that decrypt. We'll be doing with this APP and so with that. Let's go straight to the interview. I'm here with Jason. Goldberg was the CEO of tea and Pepo people people people are saying and James. Who's the CO founder at Decrypt and decrypt is a media property or media company? But I'll let you guys introduce yourselves in more in more detail Yeah please introduce yourselves in and let our audience know how you got. Involved in Crypto. Sure so Jason Goldberg. I've Been Serial Entrepreneur for over twenty years the first product that I worked on was able chat rooms back in Nineteen Ninety S. It's been working in community and Internet longtime I fell down the Crypto rap rabbit hole in twenty sixteen When I was working on an APP that I had launched called. Ppo which was we had this novel idea back in two thousand sixteen to enable influencers to earn money directly from sponsors advertisers fans without going through platforms. And it's been great and realized back in two thousand sixteen that that would be really hard thing to do. We have to build a ton of technology do so and so that leads to building opened simple token so the idea for Pepo came first people literally the apples people way before I was saying before token these are open simple token right and yet we launched an APP and twenty sixteen it was basically any influence or could create their own channel on the APP. With lots of foodies travel bloggers people could join their channels. The idea was to build up kind of like the web to experience like messaging to the influencers and then later on economic model later. Okay And I didn't know this history of people like we had over two hundred fifty thousand users. I mean there's a real serious APP and we shut the whole thing down because we said all right we we literally say go down the rabbit hole was. I started getting obsessed with art. How are we going to create this economic models at the APP and how we naval kind of peer to peer payments micro transactions and all the stuff and that led me into a theory? And My Co-founder Ben. Bowling and we started like brainstorming literally. We spend weekends just brainstorming. How to do this start diagramming how to create these experience? Want IT ON. This whiteboard was like if you were enable every instagram user to be able to to earn when they post had every like earn money. Kind of use. Your experience what you have to able and then was okay. Well don't just do this for people bill technology to do this for any APP. And that's when we just basically made this tough call to say let's turn off the APP and focusing tire organization towards building enabled technology installed a much bigger opportunity. Okay yeah that's interesting so have any. I didn't know this is about the history of of people so have any of those people from like before. Do we see them on the really interesting so it wasn't until a couple of days ago that we even started to let people know from the people that we existed because we took a different approach this time so we build all the technology to enable you to integrate these transactions into the APP and then we went out and spoke to people to try very what was the the right features the APP to build and that led us? We didn't have thirty second videos before before the APP was just like chat rooms with. He was like almost like a WHATSAPP group with the answer. And now we layer in the new version. The APP that we launched Months AGO it's entirely community driven community told US short form video real authentic then every transfers of value so we decided also to launch it into the crypt of community to start And we haven't really market anyone outside the community because he wanted to get it right within like a tight knit community and then expand out versus just going really broad and it wasn't until a couple of days ago where we actually went out to about fifty of the top influencers earners earners kind of creators in the original people and say hey you know we launch this. App. It's mainly used by a trip people. Now do you want to come on and check it out? And we've had a couple of them join so we had this woman. Who's a food to foodies in India one day and they're like hey? I love this that I can earn money from school. So we'll and so when the time is right we'll start to push out to the original user base of people not yet and I tell you it takes a lot of patience in the kind of Word for it but like to not just GonNa take a everyone joined. It's not ready yet. It's not ready forever enjoyed. You want to deliver a disappointing experience. Yeah okay well. We'll come back and we'll come back James. Please please believe about yourself. Funny actually because I guess my journey into the coming into the space has been a few few different times of May and Mr Goldberg across path so university I actually co founded a video discovery myself It was called Swish of similarities. We were queue waiting the best of the Internet's second video clips. We did it about like mine and these sorts of that time at all of this kind of stuff was going on. Initially the premise. Was you know to really focus on quality of video and pull it in from other platforms focused on? I guess the emotions that people really wanted to fail out whether it was like excitement or or amazement intrigue did that for a year Yeah we got to. We've got to we've got to DC of users but I think in about a year then again we will answering some of the Montas -ation questions that what really answers there. And at the same time a lot of my friends from university on startup scene were getting in really interested. Oles blockchain and cryptocurrency stuff And it was about that time the I start. I decided to stop doing this video APP. Which was good Swish. And I set up. An educational platform could like paper. So the gem opponent for that was evans super excited about the promise of this Jay. Say Back in. What talent of twenty seventeen to twenty eight? No no on par from the super insiders could actually clearly articulate. What this stuff wasn't why. Why was it exciting? So we built like a platform to break down the fundamentals and building blocks make simple kind of the lingo for blockchain. Come see that I'm putting well six months and we had an opportunity to join up with some other guys billion media popsy could decrypt. We shower those guys fellow vet decides to join forces. And that's what I'm doing today so I'm one of the founders of decrypt. We are a media platform covering space. We do news video education and we do collections. And Yeah. That's that's fair by. May We can pick up. A you guys are growing pretty fast. Yeah with but input. Well we're young been publishing for just over eighteen months. We've twenty x decided audience this year. So that's just fifty five thousand vitas year ago to say one point one million so so we glowing but I think it's important to say that you know along the way which want to build a brand. Which is you know. Demystifying the space in back to the conversation a while ago truth. Babba for the site And Yeah you know one what we're telling compelling stories. I'm curious because I mean we're both both in media and different types of media. I suppose but what do you think was what do you think is sort of lacking in the space? Where he felt the decrypt could Could could fulfil or answer to sort of like a user demand or like an community demand just in terms of age business model in this case where you just talking about the content and positioning. I can speak to my personal premise. I think it always comes back to this notion of You know making this world intelligible how people to understand what matters you know where the promises and by the same token I think would be naive if we didn't out but now there's a lot of scams that I'm taking place in this space back to so it is cooling those out by the same token so yeah I think it's it's about highlighting. The genuine successes. I think it's about making the big ideas. Easy for the outsiders to understand and I think that's an important vote. Play in voter awareness and adoption and hopefully this base continuing to grow and have it impacts which we want to say Can you talk about your relation consensus? Yes so have you talk about that. So we are a wholly owned subsidiary. We are editorially independent and technologically agnostic of Z. That's critical pillar media company. We need to preserve integrity. So that's something that we have really focused on the foundations and setting ourselves up as a as a as a media. Popsy that Saudi succeed. How do you what? What kind of things have you implemented to ensure the journalistic integrity? And I guess I guess journalistic integrity is one thing. But the other is I think I think we can. All we can very easily get into sort of a bubble. How do you ensure the decrypt is really agnostic and covering a wide range of technologies from like Bitcoin into super experimental? Stuff to everything between. She'll say I'm not going to be out to answer and as much fidelity as the people working on the editorial side who've taken steps earnshaw that this is the place I work more with guys on the Tekken product side. I can speak a little bit in terms of ensuring ensuring our independence. I think if you look back historically other media publications what they used to do is basically draw a line between church and state as it were and that's the guys though actually in the trenches vying stories and then you know the moneymaking part of the business Where this content is effectively. Being monetize admitted. We'll talk about some of these business models. Sure that today but know it's super important to kind of keep those separate and those incentives between the journalists and how the media companies looking to make money on these wise on crossed as it were there. They're not crossed. Okay yeah I mean yeah I mean I think I think that it's not. I don't consider myself to be a journalist. Although some people in twitter sometimes put me in that category but I think you know of course as a media property that accepts sponsorship over six years of doing epicenter. I think I've had to make you know we've had to make choices and we've had to be quite diligent but I'm not going to say that there isn't sometimes biopsies that that can surface but it's an interesting challenge but today. I mean I think this conversation should the reason why I wanted to get you guys in here was to talk a little bit more about the challenges and also the opportunities that exist in terms of monetization of sort of media platform. So both of you run very different media platforms one being a social media platform the other being like a proper journalistic media company. But you know this question is the both of you know generally what what kind of issues and what kind of problems are you solving with. Different things that you're doing so like with. Pepo and we'll get to talk about this little more in detail but the the money station model that you're implementing decrypt metric from the people side. First and foremost we're technology company and we built technology opened simple token technology to able any application to inject the Internet money into their application. And that's basically our reason for distance. And so how do you do that? We Naval Smart Contract Wallets be embedded in any APP with Nasty K- that we developed and then everything that's needed in order to make sure that there's transactions can happen at almost your cost on scalable layer to change. We can go into deeper and deeper even lower down the particle how that works and people as an APP halfway through twenty nineteen. We we looked at we. Were at a place we built. Our technology platform was ready to be used by third parties and we decided not to wait for others to adopt it. It's like you can try to get people to adopt frontier technology. That they don't know that they need yet is always complicated. And you can take a long time and we said what we really need to do is to prove some use cases and show everyone was possible and so we set out to see. We've come up with a use case. That was worthy of kind of being like a showcase demonstrated the world what what technology is capable of and the process. We went through was to start by interviewing lots of people and we had these a number of hypotheses early on and as these things go some of them most of them were wrong but the way found out was by talking to people and we started by talking to people in general about their social media consumption. How they were using sites. Let's say like twitter Youtube podcasters and kind of what their frustrations and challenges were and how they were in monetize in their podcast. We talk to people about their likes and dislikes with Patriot. As an example. We talked about things like Lincoln and facebook and Instagram. We would all wear around. And what we uncovered through all these conversations was that computing stood out once we heard that increasingly everyone's a content creator that every day we're creating tons of content and we're basically uploading that content to these large dominant web two o platforms who are monetize our content our data and most people. Unless you're Kim Kardashian or not making much money from it. We heard from a number of folks podcasters in particular..

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"pepo" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"And then i took a moment and i breathe deep and i was gonna pick batman seventy eight and i decided no fucking. I'm picking house of x. Number four this is by hickman popularize with colors by mardi gras zia. I don't i don't know what to say about this book without spoiling everything but the issue was a massive classic comic book cliffhanger and i'm really excited to see hey how jonathan hickman just come pulls back from that if he does it all that i think david mentioned talking about this earlier that there's a lot going on and there's there's a lot of different lives in different realities in jonathan hickman's wonderful graphic design of webs and circles and echoes of things in his <hes> pages has basically implied that a lot of things are possible and so. I really don't know what else to say other. Than where do we go from here. Is this the beginning of like the end. Have we crescendo d- in the book were still building towards something. I don't really know so. I'm very excited. This series is killer. I love this this house of x. Powers hours of ten thing. It's it's killing me. This has been your x-men minute. Thank you so much okay well. We're gonna take a quick break when we come back. We're going to talk to david all about his fantastic new book. That's coming out going to the chapel number one from action lab comics. We'll be back in just a moment. We are here with david pepo. The writer creator of the series going to the chapel and we are talking about his new issue. That's coming up this wednesday. When you hear this episode on september fourth you'll be able to go and buy a copy of this at your local comic shop digitally. I'm guessing it somewhere yeah. Yeah you can get it on comics allergy so after here's talk about it. You're going to go hit that buy button islam saying or you're going to go back to your comic shop and pick it up so david. Could you give us just a brief overview overview of what going to the chapel is why people should get into this book because kate in care and i we had the wonderful chance to sit down and read it before. It came out for the folks at home who haven't read it yet. What do you got to say about it. Yeah go into the chapel is the story of emily. Anderson who is a wealthy bride who's grappling with a serious case of cold feet <hes> but before she can say anything her wedding is taken over by a group of bank robbers known as the bad elvis gang and unfortunately thanks to emily's dysfunctional optional family which should have been a simple.

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"pepo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"pepo" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"I didn't know food. I take it with my biggest day you should. But if you're somebody that's having issues with your skin take it at night before bed after you stopped eating like an hour. You know, say you. Had dinner at seventy you're going to bed at ten have at like nine forty five right before? Because it will the second were born our inside are depleting every sewn your body needs enzymes. So it's not just working for digestion. Yeah. Like enzymes enzymes enzymes, I take a probiotic every morning, digestive enzyme everyday because that's also 'cause I've Jijel issues watch. I talk about a lot on the couch. It is it is super important for shore. I have another little story to tell you guys. So I have been working very hard to convince veto to let me get a dog. It's not that he doesn't like dogs. He does. But two things have helped me convince him one is his brother got a dog who were falling in love with and to. I'm not giving him any other options. But no. So we are going to start seriously dog looking very soon. And like, I said Beatles brother got a dog. It's a beautiful six month concourse. Oh, who's just like the biggest lover and teddy bear ever. And I had talked to his brother about the nutrition for his dog, and he uses pup. Oh, and it's a company I had heard of and done research on and I'm one of those people that just researchers things I'm like, okay. If we get a dog, how are we going to make sure that they're healthy? And pup, oh is the way to go. So as him all these questions, and he said that his dog seriously loves us food so much in. But what is so impressive about Pepo? Is that when you go online, it's such personalized nutrition. There's pet nutritionists involved. There's such quality ingredients there's nor artificial flavors, colors preservatives, and so many people consider a dog part of their family, and you wanna take care of your family. Right. And they have a smart delivery system. And it's seriously delicious food. I mean, I didn't try it. But I see the way that Romeo. That's the dog the way he eats it. But here's how you know that they just really care, and that it is a personalized company because when you go to pick out your dogs nutrition you have to enter things like their age because that matters the size of the dog their mouth size. Did you know that mouth size is thing when it comes to your dogs nutrition and what they're eating their activity levels. There's. Mhm that are catch potatoes and just run around. Right. If there's any special needs if they have a dull coat. You know, you can get something to help it China little bit. If they have food sensitivities that you're aware of a healthy weight. That maybe your dog is an at or needs to be or maybe they're overweight, you know, flavor preferences. If you know what those are for your jog. And then also the immunity to outdoors. If your dog spends a lot of times outdoors, they need to maintain a healthy immune system.

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"pepo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I was such a sweet lovable animal and people would want a pet him and they'd come up and they'd get close to them. And it would be this instant, oh, my dad didn't wanna touch. It's like, ooh. Get the stinky dog away from me, even after we'd give her a bath. She would still stink very, stinky, both bad breath and bad gas. I asked the vet. And he said some dogs are just stinky does your dog, it's scratched stink or shit. Like crazy come to dynamite for help. I N O V. I T E dot com. The omega three fatty acids flax seeds think you'll fill the digestive enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food. The ingredients convinced me it was definitely worth trying after about a week. He started smelling normal. My husband, and I were really kind of astonished. Dynamite is attrition. Eight five nine four two eight one thousand. I N O V. I T E dot com. Everyone Michelle fern here. I just wanna to tell you about a personalized dog food that I discovered called Cupo. But Pepo does is they take personalized nutritional needs for your pooch and prepare food that's specific to your dog. They consider the age of the dog size any special needs any special sensitivities, whether they have allergies to weed or coroner soy their weight, whether they need dietary food and their flavor preferences, and they create a special dog food just for your dog. How great is this and we have a special offer. So you can try to I've tried it with Mr. z, and he loves it and he has finicky and picky picky picky. And he didn't love the super expensive dog food that we were trying. So I thought I needed try Pepo. And I'm so glad I did..

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"pepo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I was such a sweet lovable animal and people would want a pet him and they'd come up and they'd get close to them. And it would be this instant. My dad didn't want to touch him. It's like you get the stinky dog away from me, even after we'd give her a bath. She would still stink very, stinky, both bad breath and bad gas. I asked the vet. And he said some dogs are just stinky does your dog, it's scratched stink or shit. Like crazy come to dynamite for help D. I N O V. I T E dot com. The omega three fatty acids flax seeds, zinc, fill the digestive. Enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food. The ingredients convinced me that it was definitely worth trying after about a week. He started smelling normal. My husband, and I were really kind of astonished. Dynamite is attrition. Eight five nine four two eight one thousand D I N O V. I T E dot com. Everyone Shelburne here, I just wanna tell you about a personalized dog food that I discovered called upo. But Pepo does is they take per. Personalized nutritional needs for your pooch and prepare food that specific to your dog. They consider the age of the dog size any special needs any special sensitivities, whether they have allergies to weed or coroner soy their weight, whether they need dietary food and their flavor preferences, and they create a special dog food just for your dog. How great is this and we have a special offer. So you can try to I've tried it with Mr. z, and he loves it and he has finicky and picky picky picky. And he didn't love the super expensive dog food that we were trying side thought I needed try Pepo. And I'm so glad I did. And.

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"pepo" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"But when you are able to use it, and you do use it responsibly. When you hold a bottle of Pepo business, you are essentially holding a medicine cannon that you can then sort of randomly point at this specific part of your body and just fire it off, and that part of your body will be good at that point. And I I I can think of no other medicine or treatment like this like something is wrong with my stomach here is here's Pepo abysmal. Go for it. I can't say like, my sinuses are stuffy and my right eye hurts and my can't here on my left ear my Taina. It might tonight is really acting up. And I think I've paint guy. Somebody won't come up to be like here is here is head pills. And you take this and your whole head gets better. Do you know what I mean? Well, I. What you're saying? Basically is that there's kind of only a couple of symptoms that come with stomach problems. But there's a lot that goes on in your head. That could be unrelated. I think we're I think when you're talking about upset stomach indigestion something something diarrhea, that's not just a few stomach problems. That's a sweet that's an array of stomach problems. Okay. I'll tighten up all abou-. Tighten up a little bit. I got an ear infection. And there's there's tonight's and it's gonna get gross. I don't wanna do the year. Yeah. I I think the upstairs is little more complicated than the downstairs. I think so too. But it doesn't change the fact that I have system air. Yeah. This is I look all around medicine cabinet. That's the pill. That helps me not be sat all the time. That's what I'm getting very very scared for no reason, I take that one..

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"pepo" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"pepo" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

"How many people expected to show for my birthday dinner to Buca Pepo, which is a fancy kind of Italian American restaurant kind of fancy it's kitschy. And then she continues. So that I could reserve the pope room. Yeah. That's kitschy. They have a pope room. I bought a Popat and wore my Goth club gear, and my friends were all freaking cardinals, etc. Best idea I've ever had. That's pretty awesome. Also, how many people do have to have reserve the pope room? Also, put is the pope room. I'll have to go. I'll have to lie about how many people in my reservation and then go. Ooh, another one's pretty good in college. I legally married and then peacefully divorced platonic friend. So we qualified to live off campus. Wow. What school? Did you go to the didn't let you live off campus? Like that. Interesting. That's pretty good. Let's see what is it? Okay. This one's pretty good. I accidentally exponentially in quotes texted, my ex-boyfriend to reply to a date with another guy the date, nor the other guy, but the ploy worked we've been married twelve years now, and he doesn't need to know about my lie that saved is life. Yeah. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I hope it isn't over Twitter is soon he doesn't. But you go girl, obviously, you saved his life with a really tricky lie. Wow. That's pretty good. I wonder if that would work I mean, I guess it did worked for her. All right. So this is another one this person. KT Nelson said this isn't me, but a friend in college was an accident got amnesia, and then for real and a girly at hooked up with once showed up at the hospital and told him they were in a serious relationship, and they're married now think about that a lot. Wow. That is impressive. I am shocked that worked man the things people share online that they would never tell. All right. Let's see. Oh, here's one that. I feel like a lot of people can connect to got tired of waiting for a job offer. Do bureaucratic slowness told the hiring.

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"pepo" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Dot com. Family tree DNA or whatever data that you have about your your genome. You pop it in in. Then it builds a report for you based on s was S P pedia. I think that was the the name of it. It's it's kinda cool. What it does is it gives you just a better way to view the data. Then you get from these other things because I'm like, I'm looking through my twenty three and me data and on their site. And it's like, okay, I'm looking for a certain thing, and it's really hard to find in these guys just take the data dump that you can get from them with just all of your jeans and all the AB g or Gatica things whatever category. And and. Gives you a really nice report. And I'm like, okay, I like this. And here's the kicker. It's only twelve bucks. There's another one that does it for forty five bucks that I haven't done yet. It was s n pedia. Sorry, S N P. So they basically do what twenty three and me should be doing for you. Yes. Yes. Right now, Dow did you peruse the privacy policy or the T the T V? I don't I give zero mugs given up at this point. I've given zero fuck my privacy policy with this stuff. No, I actually understood who nut care anymore because what I care about is trying to figure out what the hell's wrong with me. And unfortunately what I have is. I have to AP e four Liles, which means that I am extremely likely going to get Alzheimer's disease. And that's one of the one of the symptoms. I've been having which is not good. And so I'm just going through all this stuff. And it's fascinating. How much stuff is out there that you can get? From here. You know, just looking at the stuff I am going to get my full genome sequenced early next year for sure just just to get it done. And then everybody can have it. I will actually even fuck it. Who cares? I'll post it on Geojedo show. You can have a copy of my goddamn genome because I am so broken. It doesn't even matter. I mean, again, I would like to remind you what I told you when we were conversing over the last few days after this again, these these things are not set in stone genetics are just one part of the full puzzle. In fact, at the very link that you put in the show notes when you go to the homepage here for for permits teas or whatever it's called. It says right here, this is for educational research purposes. Only I realized that most published reports about the variance. Explain only a small part of the her heritage -bility of a train. The also day take into different accounts out different variants might interact. In addition Pepo reports, typically, ignore environmental dietary microbial, medical history and lifestyle factors any or all of which may affect my true risk for any trait or disease, so they could chill pill. Jason. Oh, no. No. No. I can't you talk Bill. No. Yeah. I still can't can't afford insurance. So I'm I'm doing this stuff on my own right now until I can't afford insurance. But the one thing that came out of this. That was really fun is our S five three five seven six a lack, of empathy. You have an SMP in the oxytocin receptor, which may make you less empathetic than most people when under stress, you may have more difficulty, recognizing the emotional state of others, which impacts loneliness, parenting and social skills, which.

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"pepo" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"We taste. We didn't rise actually tastes good. But we're not ready yet rabbi out because they because they're bourbon drinkers the original. I mean, that's probably true of most grain cultivation, right? It'd probably did start as something to make beer with beer with which is going to be the first thing that you discover beer or bread. I bet beer. Well, actually, you know, you say that. But I think there isn't evidence that the Russians discovered beer because of leaving bread dough out. Oh, really like. Yeah. They were they were using it as a cooking staple. And they realized when stuff got fun. I would think that it would be that the grain you'd pound up the grain and throw it in some water, and it would start to like get back. You're a primitive I one hundred dollars. You get back from the gym you pound up some some grain and put it in little shake counting up grain is the gym increase time. Everything's his arc does. But so the squash was domesticated as a food staple. Th there are a lot of different kinds of squash. And many of them only their hardy in varying degrees. And so they're a lot of them grow most happily in warm climates with warm summer nights and long season. We should make this clear to the future that botanically. There's really no such thing as a pumpkin right like squash species called the squash. And it's everything from zucchini all these different kinds of gourds. But pumpkin is just a word we use for a bunch of squash that have a certain kind of shape and a certain kind of color. It is hilarious. How divisive the squash question is among botanists? There's a squash question among Boston. There are a lot of squash questions among botanists because squad they're gonna call them. S- question s- questions squadrons. There is such diversity of squash types. And there's true there dark green. They're yellow they're orange. They're long. They're round they're big or small. Yup. And some of them are really. Good. And some of them are really bad like, they're evil. They do. They're just bad tasting. They're they're not poisonous. Right. They're not like some Nightshade plant. But there are a lot of squash species that cannot quite be accounted for in terms of having a single place of Genesis. And some squash are infertile in terms of being able to be cross bred with other squash. And some are not we're talking about a a genus called Kirker, Beata or cure Beata. And then within that there are all the subsets of Turkey Beata? So the largest variety of squash fall under the heading Kirker beat up Pepo. Pepo or I don't think PPO Pinto Pepo people Bryson up. Oh, and this is this is most of our foods squashes is your acorn your butternut. Well, a so there are edible squashes across the whole panoply of squashes and Pepo can crossbreed at with a lot of different squashes. But a lot of other ones that can't most Shahdeh Kirk beat him of Shahdeh is a really delicious sort of edible squash very separate from people. But can be cross bred there squashes in the family. Let's see what are the the other ones are Kirker Beata, fisa, fully a-. Those are more of a South American squash. Also edible a lot of them are cultivated for like their flowers are edible every part of the squashes edible..

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"pepo" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Polls. Look like the. I mean, you'll get on. Tell me about your cater diet like zero sheets about near. Let's let's hear that how you make that stupid cheese. Hake only cater chafe. Annoys everyone to make someone more annoying to other people but doesn't make you seem annoying. I suggest that that's great. It's just helping them dig the grave. You lose him. At this point, he finally gets Verdy meal, and I do love that. Even in the episode off devoted, you still laying the boots into him. It was pretty funny in the next the next episode you guys win the reward and it's the Nacho reward. Now this you and this was a load of tool on law and it was on gogo box. It was this was a big to couple of questions. One had it. You not offend you. And I've spoken about this before. There was an auto clue underneath. The nachos has not watched the most recent cease to know that it was under that. What are you into straddling vaudeville shooter. Our shawny. There was one like another wasn't into me. American? Yes, yes, tech this time now to say that Sean and I were pout. Bribe. Austin, thinking tenders. When I was aiding the nut chicks I didn't. I stopped watching any form of survived us when I started towards decent. And then when I got the Reivers because I'm really, really easily, yes, want explain this because it does make sense. Once you explained it to me, go, go, go, I'm really easily swayed, and I think they wouldn't. I was really scared that I've get out there and I'd already have these preconceived ideas about how something should action house. And I would say my natural self and then pay would smell a rat 'cause he pull a what she lack tonight because he living with them twenty four, seven to nine people's descent mannerisms since I never wanted to have him save at here, how something she'd be action. So I stopped watching any form of survive whatsoever, which at the time felt really, really natural and erect. I, I, I missed out on a couple of things. I do you remember when I was going in for when we're like a citizen fan. I mean, my head is I watched an episode. But now I see the air in my wife and when I was eighteen I was like, oh, should I dig in the middle? I really want some salad crane. Don't be rude. Yes, buddy looked around like with my eyes, but I was like, I'm not getting out of my seat and having trouble look because I'm starving. I'm actually really slow ADA. I always Choice, slow. slow shortly. People ask me if I actually if I q my food with the tape touching each other because I think that it's like during q. properly, and that's why it takes me so long. But I'm like, I'm not wasting time getting off in a bad looking under chair is when I just want the nachos and the nachos, what actually tariff who also. Nice haute nor Pepo cheese. Base. This wake. Well, I should. We found in idle and we spent like all of two seconds and keeps the ground, and then we will wait, aren't native. It was a born then armed is massive. We had the biggest space and like, what are we going to do? Look, how could we possibly do the draft. It is pretty easy for Sean to find one. I let sneaky because we have million dollars buys. I, I would let going bet here now we've know each that I have if I was in that scenario again, I would check to sage and close. Complex. Didn't you feel when you when you watch the show? Did you know that Benji had eaten them lex such a Ferro..

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"pepo" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"Awesome. If you do like a full beat and then you're like the fourth of July party. Anyone looks Nash, but you all. Don't that sun come in for you. You just do a layer this on top and baby. You are ready. I also brought that goop super goop setting miss. Yes, I really good. It has SPF fifty and yes, we aren't playing today. Yep. Okay. That was it. Now will you briefly so I don't know if people know this, but Brienne I share a man in common. You've dated my one true love Shiloh above. Oh, yeah. So I was wondering if you would mind just telling that story really quick, of course because you sedate my lover. You date my husband dated dated. We went on one day. Yeah, fi date. I mean, my whole family was that. Yeah. Your parents were sitting at the table with. Okay, and my sister. It was not a date. Yeah, it was when a date not win by day. It was an auction thing for charity that my parents, they knew obsessed with even Steven. So they bought us two packages because their best parents ever. That's so great. Go to go bowling with the cast of even Stevens. From the go on a date with style about even tell me about that. And I know you're holding out on me because you know that like we're in love and you didn't wanna make me on. To be honest with me. And you just told me about your asks worm close. Okay. So yeah, me shi'as. And he was a true gentleman. This is just this holes in just come out. That's okay. He was riding high or movie. I was riding that d in my mind, I thirteen. He was seventeen. Okay. He's only four years old. Wasn't a huge deal. Yeah, and I was just praying that he was going to ask me out after the date. Yeah, he didn't. But he did give me his phone number because he wanted to come over to my parents house because they had a drum set. Yup. He's like, complete your drums. And my dad was like anytime man. So he gave he actually number now, my dad, my dad gave it to me though. See the truth is now coming out because that's not the story I was told. He didn't give me the number and I called it. Yeah, and I smell right of way smell and it was the most insane voice message I've ever heard in my life. It was Shaya screaming. He runs into his mother's bedroom screams wakes her up. She starts saying, fuck, you shy, get the fuck out of my room. And then he starts crying like jackass, like he's trying to be bam. More Gerald? Yeah, yeah. And then and then it's like that was his leave a message. I was just waking up his mom from an out. Did you leave a message? No, I was too traumatized from that outgoing. Hang, yeah. He's definitely was watching some jackass. See how that sounds like a very jackass kind of move. Fair thing was amazing. He told us all he spilled all the t- about even Stevens. He might have not even been legally allowed to do that. Probably not. But you know, Christy Carlson Romano almost got fired from from doing the even Stevens movie because she got a boob job. Damn, at least that's what he said. But some hot tea at the time shit and love her so much. She less. How long were y'all at the table? Eating three hours really three. It was a link. Boga Pepo or some shit down. We were at the daily grill. Okay. Famous institution of the valley?.

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"pepo" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"Different motor units and all that cool stuff so i'll put that in the show notes but also in the book alex dives in deeper in talking about how muscles play into this whole equation of endurance so make sure again to check out the book this probably lasting on talk one ask you about the so many things but i wanna talk about hydration you know this is something i mentioned earlier you know you can go weeks without food days without water and only minutes without oxygen but water matters a lot and especially in certain environments and you kicked off that chapter talking about his a story of pablo of valencia and man what a story can you share that story and then we'll kind of dive in and talk about hydration yeah this is back in the in the i think it was the early nineteen hundreds in this sonoran desert and a couple of prospectors were looking for a hidden gold bind in one of them guy named pablo valencia he had he thought he had found a a a rich gold deposit and he wanted to go stake a claim and but they quickly realized they didn't have enough water so pablo sent his buddy back with the with the horses to get more water while he continued onto the claim and they were supposed to meet meet back again like six hours later or something but they they missed each other they couldn't find where they were supposed to where they're supposed to meet an eventually the friend was like well i can't find him i don't wanna die so he left and left pepo valencia for dead and basically cut a long story short seven days later valencia comes crawling into the the the the camp of of another prospector of a guy who is out camping in the desert and you know the one of the reasons i put this in the book or use this particular example is the description of the the guy who found valencia of what he looked like after seven.

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"pepo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on KOMO

"Center we have fair skies and forty eight degrees in seattle twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo at three thirty five tomorrow special election day in alabama foray senate see democrat doug jones republican roy morey it is a highly publicized raised not only in alabama but nationally into talk more about a we say hello to gop strategist an analyst randy pepo good enough to join us on the komo news i randy i've heard quite a bit of analysis saying that if doug jones wins or if a roy more wins either way it's it's bad for the republican brand one do you subscribe to that and talk about that a little more i agree with those who think that there's gloom except for the republican party i mean clearly shown is out of step ideologically with the voters of alabama but uh mr maurer is out of step uh as have carson for the voters of alabama and for the republican party out large uh across the country so it is a certainly a loselose for the republican party tomorrow polls that have been coming on recent days quite a bit of fluctuations show some showing a doug jones with a significant lead others is showing roy more with a significantly all you need to do is go back to the 2016 presidential election and talk about pol so she reason be paying attention to pose any more i think give you sean and time about what is happening with the p o earth they are talk who in the in the polling survey in this case i don't think the polls matter much because when you're trying to uh poll about turn out in a special election like this that is a very difficult thing to do so it's which campaign does a better job of getting their boost motivated voters to the polls tomorrow it is what's going.

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"pepo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Today in pepperell pepo skydiving center on national road upon arrival authorities located the body of a sixty year old deceased male who was experience and experience skydiver he worked as an independent contractor filming jumps with the skydiving company their preliminary investigation suggest that the 2 seed and experienced a parachute malfunction no foul play is suspected and we will keep you up to date and give you more information on this story as it becomes available six american airline crew members asked to be taken to the hospital for evaluation after reports of an odor in the cabin for flight one in ninety eight to jfk airport in new york no passengers were on board the aircraft the order was noticed before boarding it appears the oder may have come from ground equipment the aircraft is being inspected by the airlines boston maintenance team affordable housing units are on the rise in boston wbz's kim tunnicliff reports construction on a new development is underway mayor walsh was on hand for the groundbreaking of the new walk apartment complex here in roxbury walsh says developments like this one are always needed in the city this is another another step forward are housing ford we'll housing in the city you know we're gonna lawful lot on affordable housing or building more and more than we've ever dealt in the city on surveys reprogram our vigorous fortyfive more units of housing and we're excited the affordable rental housing development is a seventeen and a half million dollar project it's located in ghost and square kim tunnicliff wbz news radio ten thirty thank academy will authorities say.

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"pepo" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"pepo" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"It is that time again for the texas bitcoin conferences will be the third texas bitcoin conference the previous to have been bad ass of course and uh this when will be no different on october twenty eight than twenty night in austin texas it's the texas bitcoin conference go to texas bitcoin conference dot com that's texas bitcoin conference dot com and check out the speakers list annoyed saw anthem blanchard bruce fenton jeff berwick trace maher debts just to name a few of them and go through the list we've got uh one of our guests actually probably both of the guests from tonight washed the be speaking jose pepo aka a jose rodriguez of bits so in mexico and rolf firms in cash will probably be speaking as well uh there's there's just numerous more speakers rim have some dash speakers and just all kinds of stuff make sure you definitely come to austin a check that out it's going to be a blast the texas bitcoin conference dot com decrypt crypto show is brought to you by dash dot or a decentralised autonomous organisation or what nerds call dow d a of a down as a collection of stakeholders in this case that own the digital currency dash it's like a virtual board room that anyone can join by simply owning dash and by being on that board you decide the direction the cryptocurrency will go finally a decentralized economy can be born thanks to efforts like dash dot org the decrypt a show is proud to have a seat on that board by owning a dash master renault even prouder that the other board members chose to sponsor us in helping to get the word out about dash and other fructose projects go to dash dot org and learn more about the many features like instance in private sin and evolution dashes a great new cryptocurrency that can definitely complement any creek deport for me and if your new to cryptocurrency dash is a great place to start go to dash dot org to learn more today.

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