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"piras" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

The Christian O’Connell Show

07:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"piras" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

"The Mona Lisa. Hey Christian, this is Carl. I'm just giving you a call regarding an underwhelming tourist attraction. I've just got back from London and had to do a tour of law 12 there. And it is the most disappointing cricket ground I've ever been to. It is so small. It stands a tiny only 50 to 15 people. There's just so underwhelming. I took my wife there and she's just looked at me going, you can not be serious. This is it. Not exactly the most exciting place to go to put it that way. There's a theme here about Australians traveling the world, you don't like things that you think are too small. Too small. Lords too small. Make it bigger, like the big pineapple. Christian Jack and patty, how did I break a window? I was on my rocking horse. This was the early 70s. I was only a couple of years old, apparently I picked up a bit of speed, and I thought it was the moment cup and I managed to jockey my way through a glass sliding door without even a scratch on myself or my rocking horse. I didn't become a jockey. That's from Lisa. Christian who talk about the first proper gig or live show there went to see. I was very lucky. My first gig was Queen at Wembley in 1986, you've ever seen the footage of this as one of the greatest live performances there ever, certainly from Freddy in the band. Gates opened at 1 p.m.. I got there at 9 a.m. thinking I'd be the first step. Nope. About 30,000 other people with the same idea. Supports include status quo and the alarm, but the first band on very early in the afternoon were in excess. I didn't know inaccessible. Christian, to this day, still one of the best experiences of my life, that's some rich. And then we do have Rod Stewart tickets at the moment. And I'm aware that a lot of you love Rod Stewart. And a lot of you have loved royal Stewart for a long time, like Laura here. Christian, my name is Laura, die hard fan of Rod Stewart. She really is listen to this. There's no sentences in this. It's just a bowl runs into each other with a breathless excitement. I'm 60 years old and I've seen every time he's come to Australia, a scream like an idiot. Don't laugh. I throw my undies on stage like I did in the 70s. Mind you, I was a larger lady then, but now after drastic piras have a lot smaller. I've tried all day to get tickets, no luck. I'm willing to pay top dollar to see my Ida. My idol, my daughter came over yesterday and we were talking about it and she said, mom, if you get tickets, please don't throw your undies on stage. My reply to her was this time there won't be big nano undies, but a G string. Oh. Then I was worried. Whatever they fit my phone number on that. Christian, I will do anything to see him. I will shovel shit if I have to. We don't need to do that. I've got a pair of tickets today. You can go, you can have my pair of tickets as well. Put your shovel down, Laura. Take your G string, whatever you need to do to get your groove on, but you can go and see Rod Stewart. Double pass to go and see rods too at the rod laver arena he's in March next year, bringing his hits towards a rod laver in a master 14th with Cyndi Lauper and John steams as well. Tickets go and sell 1 o'clock this Thursday at live nation. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. We're a try and find out who's got an old band T-shirt. I've got so many old ones, but my oldest one I checked yesterday goes back to 1992. And it's, I know, it doesn't fit anymore. I don't even think my case because I try to pump off them. It's an oasis one for when they're first single live forever came out. It was right before they broke bread because I was insulin before they were really big. I know, yeah. And I'm on the radio. I'm on the radio as well. Probably the coolest man in Melbourne. Number one, maybe number two, but no, no, no lower than that. Jackie boy, if you've got some old paintings. I could only go as far back as 2007. But that's when you were born, isn't it? Bianca and I have matching NOFX band t-shirts. Oh, that's cute. Well, not really, 'cause I dragged her along to the concert. She never wears hers. I still wear mine sometimes. So you got his and hers. She wore it was at the concert. I've never seen her again. Do you often like dress the same in your house? Yeah, we love these Levi hoodies. I tell you every day we're in those Levi hoodies out and about. That's nice. Patsy have you got an old band T-shirt? I reckon I could go back as far as about 2002 2003. It was Brian Adams. It was room service, played at rod laver, arena, and same thing. Well, he had a talk called room service. Yeah, well it was a new album, my own service. Running out. He painted with summer 69 room service. He did the hotel room. What can this album be called? You know what the interview really successful singers? Like it's actually very hard because I wrote all my good songs when I was poor. That's why I like a lot of our music, I say struggles of that first. Simply calling it room service is an anthem for the common man. Thank you very much. Where's my statement again? I ordered this 40 minutes ago. Private jets. And the love club got one as well, but I haven't seen him wear it. Like Bianca chick. No. Because he says room service. But Christian O'Connell show, podcast. This morning we're asking you about your old band t-shirts. What have you got? Christian, I have a U2, Melbourne concert T-shirt from 1983. That's from Sue. Thanks Sue. This is some Chris and king's part. Thanks for jogging old memory. I've never thrown out my new kids on the block T-shirt from 1990. I have to try and find it after work tonight. Morning Christian Jack and pat team oldest band T-shirt is from 1987. When I saw OMD supported by little known band crowded House in Adelaide, only worn it once or twice, but it's traveled many KM's with me in all my various moves. It's hung up in my closet some Allison. Kushner have got voodoo lounge, running stones, T-shirt, Melbourne 1995 at genos drove. I have a scientific from the console I went to in the 80s from Talking Heads that I've only ever worn once us from Sammy also and great live as well, Sammy. All right, let's say it's a cause, 9, four, one, four, one O four three. Your old band t-shirts Amelia. Hi. Hi. Welcome to the show. Hi. Hi Jack and hi patty. The whole team are waving on me. I'm gonna teach it from 92. Bon Jovi still wear it so many holes in it. It used to be black now it's a faded light gray. Now faded like gray. Yep. Yeah, dry from horseshoe to Melbourne to the concert. First concert is an adult man my friend. So awesome. Yeah. Great live on. Do you remember that? Because that would have been a couple of years after slippery when wet. Yeah, yep. Lovely. Yeah, that's correct. Thank you. Pop quiz for me. I love some damn. It's so good. All right, let's see how that went. Hello Emilia.

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"piras" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"piras" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The worst financial market in years, hiring freeze everywhere, Q four is looking great. So first of all, I do love the reaction from people on the left Robert Reich did the same thing. Another billionaire is going to, okay, I would like for you to name a giant tech company that is not owned by a multi multi millionaire. Really, name a big tech company that is not owned by somebody who's with hundreds of millions of dollars. They do not exist. There's no Twitter app that is owned by the homeless guy at the end of the street on grand in Los Angeles. That's not how any of this works. Twitter employees heard news of the latest development in Musk's potential purchase while they were in a meeting, discussing the company's goals in 2023, according to Bloomberg. Roman Chad hurry, the Twitter director of machine learning ethics transparency and accountability tweeted quote living the plot of Succession is effing exhausting. Well, I think this person will not have a job for a particularly long. This is just my quick prediction. Again, director of machine learning ethics transparency and accountability means presumably the director of censorship over at Twitter. And of course, CNN's Daniel Sullivan then tweeted this Twitter employee sums up what I'm hearing from folks inside the company today. Yes, because as it turns out, Elon Musk has different ideas about censorship than you do. And this is why you are so upset. EJ Samson, who works in global business marketing to encourage every Twitter employee to go outside and take a walk. Twitter's head of global development on the Weinstein simply indicated what a roller coaster it has all been. Well, you know what? The good news is that Musk is actually creating a self cleansing mechanism here. It's what or by buying, presumably all these people either out themselves and be fired or quit. And it'll be great, because Twitter needs to be completely restaffed. There's a deep state over at Twitter. In the same way there was a deep state in the federal government, meaning an entrenched bureaucracy that has ideas of its own. And all of those people can simply go away. That would be wonderful. Kevin ruse, who's a longtime critic of open speech on the Internet. He's making some predictions over at The New York Times and what exactly is going to happen now that Elon Musk takes over. Presumably he's going to clean house starting with firing, Twitter's chief executive pira agarwal, according to roose juicy set of text messages between Musk and his friends and business associates emerged last week as part of the legal battle in them. Musk made clear he was unhappy current leadership in particular with Bragg agarwal, the chief executive who took over last year from Jack Dorsey, the text showed that AdWord had initially sought to work constructively with Musk, but the two men eventually clashed, admiral one point told must be a text message his habit of tweeting things like his Twitter dying was not helping me make a Twitter better. What did you get done this week? Musk shot back. This is a waste of time. Yeah, man. Well, good, good, because all these people need to go. Ruth says that the employees will revolt. Well, oh, oh no, so really, go

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"piras" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"piras" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One ranked women's tennis player iga S.W.A.T. tech and American star coco Goff, both losing in the third round. S.W.A.T. tech had been on a 37 match win streak, Florida waters, the site of two separate shark attacks last week. Rafael piras, the Fox TV affiliate WSB N reports from Miami. A woman down in the Florida keys bitten by a shark Wednesday and left with serious injuries. The attack happened near the tarp and belly keys while the victim who were told is in her 30s was swimming with her family. Monroe county fire rescue met her on shore and flew her to a Miami area hospital. And then on Thursday, another horrific situation. 17 year old Addison buffet talking from her hospital bed about the moment she was also attacked and bitten by a shark up in the Panhandle. I look and it's a big old shark. But they said she was scalloping with her brother and Taylor county just south of Tallahassee went out of nowhere a shark grabs a hold of her. Her brother, Rhett, who happens to be a firefighter, saw what was happening and jumped into help. We're told he was able to fight off the shark and pull his younger sister away into a nearby boat. Animal shelters across the U.S. will be quite busy this 4th of July weekend. We've been seeing reports across the U.S. have crowded animal shelters, but now shelter workers are bracing for another onslaught thanks to fireworks. Cats and dogs scared by fireworks often run away from home, and many wind up in shelters, like the bernalillo county animal care center in New Mexico. Indoors is gonna be the best bet for them. The shelters can diss Sanchez recommends doing what you can to keep your animals calm. Put them in a nice room if you can put them even in a bathroom that they can relax. She says her shelters packed right now and she's hoping for no big influx of frighten 4th of July pets this year. Till NATO, Fox News. I'm Laura Cantor and this is Fox News. For all your glass mirror and shower door needs, visit dulles class dot com, dulles glass, love your glass. When I have an asthma attack, I feel scared. It's like tiny nails in the air book my lungs. I start to cough. Sometimes I my parents have to take me to the hospital. Today, one out of 13 children suffer from some form of asthma, accounting for nearly one third of all emergency room visits. I feel like I'm choking kind of

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"piras" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"piras" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Lie from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi sang U.S. markets and the day with the Dow plummeting more than 970 points that and other major market indices sliding more than two and a half percent and Pierre's Raphael Nam on what's behind the market upset It was a tough day in Wall Street and it comes down to fears about inflation Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is now indicating the fed needs to be much more aggressive about fighting inflation That's going to mean higher interest rates this year and investors fear those higher rates could take the economy into a recession And piers Raphael naam reporting Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene was under cross examination in a Georgia courtroom today defending herself against allegations that she encouraged supporters online to attack the U.S. capitol last year and therefore should not be allowed to run in next month's primary I never mean anything for violence I don't support violence of any kind and I've said it over and over again Green repeatedly denied or said she did not recall videos tweets or retweets about supporting an uprising at the capitol A lawyer cross examining green asked her if the words to Trump supporters to not go quietly into the night were hers or borrowed She and others laughed when he offered to play a famous clip from the humans versus aliens movie Independence Day the actor playing a U.S. president has heard saint humanity will not go quietly into the night by the time the clip ended the laughs had died down Russia's military is openly spelling out the goals of what he calls the second phase of its special military operation in Moscow and pira Charles maines has more According to a senior military official Russia's new objective is to seize full control over the Donbass in southern Ukraine in order to secure land corridor to Crimea That's the Peninsula Russia next from Ukraine back in 2014 when the Kremlin sent its forces into Ukraine in what Moscow said was a defense of Russian speaking crimeans from Ukrainian nationalists Yet the military official the acting commander of Russia's central military district rustam in the Kyiv also said control over Ukraine's south would provide Russian forces with other options that included passage into Transnistria another breakaway territory in neighboring Moldova where minna cave claimed Russian speaking populations also faced oppression Charles mains and Pyrenees Moscow Pennsylvania is the first major fossil fuel producing state to start pricing carbon emissions Rachel mcdevitt the new regulation sets the state up to join the regional greenhouse gas initiative an effort of 11 other states to cut emissions from power plants Pennsylvania is the fourth highest carbon emitter in the country It produces more natural gas than any state except Texas and is a top energy exporter The rule takes effect more than two years after governor Tom Wolfe started the process with an executive order The Republican controlled state legislature has tried and failed to stop the rule Lawmakers say they will now take the fight to court which could delay the state's participation For NPR news I'm Rachel mcdevitt in Harrisburg It's NPR news From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Martha Dalton It's four O four Millions of dollars of federal infrastructure money is coming to water related projects in Georgia Molly's Samuel reports U.S. agriculture secretary Tom vilsack visited South Georgia this week to announce the new spending The money will go both towards addressing issues of too much water and also not enough of it There's funding to fix problems caused by flooding in a handful of rural areas There's also money to ease the pressure farms can put on water resources with a program for more efficient irrigation in southwest Georgia Vilsack says it's been a priority to use money from the infrastructure Bill for these kinds of projects When we talk about infrastructure.

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"piras" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 9 months ago

"piras" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Germany he reminded the parliament of the vow to never again let a dictator exterminate a people and about Germany's own invasion of Ukraine in World War II And in army fatigues on a large screen before Congress zelensky asked American lawmakers to remember A terrible day in 2001 when he will try to turn your cities independent territories And battlefield When innocent people were attacked While zelensky used history in his campaign to recruit help from the west the Russian disinformation machine was busy with its own campaign to spread conspiracy and division The focus biolabs or more specifically the United States developing or helping develop biological weapons and laboratories across Ukraine Ben Collins is a senior reporter for NBC News covering disinformation extremism in the Internet and he says while this may sound like a far fetched plot it's really a digital age revival It's not that new in the grand scope of Russian propaganda history to accuse adversaries of having biological weapons and then using them yourself They did this in Syria several years ago in Aleppo they tried to claim that the Syrians somehow gats themselves or faked a chemical weapons attack when they were the perpetrators themselves And they also did this with a spy poisoning British police now believe that former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with a nerve agent The government said it was novichok a poison developed in the Soviet area and that the Russian state must be behind the attack They claimed that it's actually the U.S. making nova chuck Maybe in Ukraine and that spy that's how he got poisoned with American no drug but of course that makes no sense There was later identified as FSB agents who pulled off that attack So this is a Russian propaganda operation that has done this consistently What are they alleging What are biolabs It sounds like something out of a marvel movie They are research facilities that don't study things like bioweapons or the coronavirus or whatever But that's what is being pushed by the Russian government now You'll see talk by the Russian government that they are making specific coronaviruses in these labs to target ethnic Russians but not Ukrainians And it's being flown over the border by birds who are taking the coronavirus bypassing the Ukrainians bypassing Europeans and infecting your Russians This is a Russian style conspiracy theory I guess But that's not exactly the origin of it at this moment right That's exactly right I think a really important history here is to go back to just a few weeks ago before the war And see what Vladimir Putin was talking about Two of the Russian government was talking about as their pretext for the war They were not talking about Ukrainian biolabs that did not come up What did come up was denazification The idea that the Ukrainian government was run by Nazis actual Nazis And that they needed to go in there and get rid of them and then install a separate government that is more aligned with Vladimir Putin And what you can see is this not landing with the global far right this D notification idea You saw for weeks traditional allies in the propaganda spaces China or India Pakistan even weirdly enough Uncommon allies but allies against the west in propaganda They did not buy in on this the notification thing Didn't make any sense to them And in fact the American far right didn't buy in either The American far right was like what are you guys talking about Do you know what The characters that you guys are bringing up now are new to us And we need some comfort food And the comfort food to them is Anthony Fauci or Joe Biden or something like that So on the day of the invasion you can see this we worked with this company called pira the CEO of Welton Chang did this data And you can see that there are like single digit posts about bio labs on the top 15 far right American social networks in the days before the invasion And then on the day of the invasion there's hundreds and then after that thousandths and you can see that they are trying to find a reason why Vladimir Putin is not the bad guy because they've been told for years he's not the bad guy He's sort of like Donald Trump He's smart He's savvy he's tough When they went into Ukraine and they found.

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"piras" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

07:28 min | 9 months ago

"piras" Discussed on On The Media

"The Russian disinformation, they've been telling us for days as a lie in a conspiracy theory and crazy and immoral to believe is in fact totally and completely true. Well, it's not. But how did one dark corner of the American Internet create a worldwide Kremlin conspiracy theory? From WNYC in New York, this is on the media. I'm Matt Katz. Also on this week's show, what it's like collecting digital evidence of war crimes. Local Russians were using TikTok to fill military convoys and a lot of those videos have been collected and that allows us to track the movements of Russian convoys. Plus a club of foreign correspondents in the 1920s and 30s witnessed the biggest story of their lives. The rise of autocracy. So if the world has centuries of experiences, with kings and emperors, who are these people who claim that their authority descends from the people, but they disdain hereditary rule. It's all coming up after this. It can make a singer go silent and keep a boy from growing tall. Stress. On radiolab. Listen wherever you get podcasts. Listener supported WNYC studios. From WNYC in New York, this is on the media. I'm Brooke gladstone. And just for this week, I'm handing the hosting duties over to my WNYC colleague Matt Katz. He covers public safety for our local newsroom and it's multiple awards to his name. For instance, he won a Peabody for his investigation of governor Chris Christie's involvement in the scandal known as bridgegate, say you know, he's no slouch. What I'm saying is you're in safe hands, listeners. I'll see you all next week. Take it away, Matt. Thank you, Brooke. This week, Netflix announced that it's bringing back servants of the people to its streaming service. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky plays a history teacher whose rant about corruption in the government goes viral and propels him to the presidency. Like in the real world, zelensky's character looks eagerly to his European neighbors to the west. When then German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls zelensky's character to tell him Ukraine has been admitted into the European Union, he soon learns the truth. She actually meant to call Montenegro. The foes in the show ring true two, a vulgar joke he makes about Putin got the series canceled in Russia. In the last few weeks, the fictional history teacher turned president has become a real president turned history teacher in a virtual visit to the British House of Commons, zelensky quoted Shakespeare and Churchill. In Germany, he reminded the parliament of the vow to never again let a dictator exterminate a people and about Germany's own invasion of Ukraine in World War II. And an army fatigues on a large screen before Congress, zelensky asked American lawmakers to remember. Remember September the 11th. A terrible day in 2001 when he will try to turn your cities independent territories. And battlefield. When innocent people were attacked. While zelensky used history in his campaign to recruit help from the west, the Russian disinformation machine was busy with its own campaign to spread conspiracy and division. The focus bio labs or more specifically the United States developing or helping develop biological weapons and laboratories across Ukraine. Ben Collins is a senior reporter for NBC News covering disinformation, extremism and the Internet, and he says, while this may sound like a far fetched plot, it's really a digital age revival. It's not that new in the grand scope of Russian propaganda history to accuse adversaries of having biological weapons, and then using them yourself. They did this in Syria, several years ago, in Aleppo, they tried to claim that the Syrians somehow gas themselves or faked a chemical weapons attack when they were the perpetrators themselves. And they also did this with a spy poisoning. British police now believe that former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with a nerve agent. The government said it was novichok a poison developed in the Soviet area and that the Russian state must be behind the attack. They claimed that it's actually the U.S. making nova chuck. Maybe in Ukraine and that spy, that's how he got poisoned with American no track, but of course that makes no sense. It was later identified as FSB agents who pulled off that attack. So this is a Russian propaganda operation that has done this consistently. What are they alleging? What are biolabs? It sounds like something out of a marvel movie. They are research facilities that don't study things like bioweapons or the coronavirus or whatever. But that's what is being pushed by the Russian government now. You'll see talk by the Russian government that they are making specific coronaviruses in these labs to target ethnic Russians, but not Ukrainians. And it's being flown over the border by birds who are taking the coronavirus bypassing the Ukrainians bypassing Europeans and infecting your Russians. This is a Russian style conspiracy theory, I guess. But that's not exactly the origin of it at this moment, right? That's exactly right. I think a really important history here is to go back to just a few weeks ago before the war and see what Vladimir Putin was talking about too with the Russian government was talking about as their pretext for the war. They were not talking about Ukrainian biolabs that did not come up. What did come up was do not suffocation. The idea that the Ukrainian government was run by Nazis, actual Nazis. And that they needed to go in there and get rid of them, and then install a separate government that is more aligned with Vladimir Putin. And what you can see is this not landing with the global far right. This D notification idea. You saw for weeks traditional allies in the propaganda spaces. China or India, Pakistan, even weirdly enough. Uncommon allies, but allies against the west in propaganda. They did not buy in on this the notification thing. Didn't make any sense to them. And in fact, the American far right didn't buy it either. The American far right was like, what are you guys talking about? Like, do you what? The characters that you guys are bringing up now are new to us. And we need some comfort food. And the comfort food to them is Anthony Fauci, or Joe Biden or something like that. So on the day of the invasion, you can see this, we worked with this company called pira, the CEO of Welton Chang did this data. And you can see that there are like single digit posts about bio labs on the top 15 far right American social networks in the days before the invasion. And then on the day of the invasion, there's hundreds, and then after that thousandths, and you can see that they are trying to find a reason why Vladimir Putin is not the bad guy, because they've been told for years he's not the bad guy. He's sort of like Donald Trump. He's smart. He's savvy. He's tough. When they went into Ukraine and they found these labs, they believe that the deep state is possibly going to use a bio with and on Russian people. Because they've been just like they were collecting our DNA in China..

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"piras" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"piras" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business lash Back to edge into the red amid declines in social media stocks including meta platforms You know it was Facebook Investors are grappling with the prospect of the steepest monetary tightening cycle since the 1990s with markets pricing in more than 5 quarter Federal Reserve interest rate action 2022 following a strong U.S. jobs report The S&P is down three tenths of a percent down down 14 that has down a tenth of a percent down 39 in the NASDAQ's down a half a percent down 71 The ten years down 5 30 seconds the year 1.92% West Texas intermediate crude is down just less than 1% at 91 42 of barrel collects goes up a half a percent of 1817 90 an ounce the Darien one 1507 the Euro dollar 1436 the British ground A dollar 35 31 Two families behind three G capital major shareholders in an $8.6 billion shoemaker backed by Roger Federer that sells a $200 pair of sneakers named for the tennis legend that would imagine you could call him tennis shoes as well Mark Lehman sent a three G capital founder Jorge Paulo lemon and Carlos Alberto sukur pira I think I said that right Who created the private equity firm now hold a $1 billion combined stake in the Zürich based on holdings I'm looking at these shoes right now $200 for a pair of sneakers That's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Yeah I go.

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"piras" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

04:03 min | 10 months ago

"piras" Discussed on Hysteria

"Alyssa, this is sort of a serious topic, I guess. So before I do our little quippy thing, I'm going to introduce our other panelists so we can get into the topic, which is checking in on people that we care about. First, up, she is a writer for Hulu solar opposites and Star Trek Lower Decks are resident trekkie, sci-fi nerd, you can watch both of those shows this summer, grace pira, welcome. Hi guys, spicy little pepper, very glad to be here with everybody. It's so lovely to see you guys hello. I haven't seen you like as part of the show since before my leave since you subbed in. That's right, that's right. And it's fantastic to be to be back in this capacity, a listen I had a wonderful time. But it's so good to see you, Erin Ryan. Oh my goodness, just glowing. And full of all the wisdom, by the way, I feel like I've been learning a lot from you. These weeks. Oh, thank you so much. Yeah, I don't know what I'm doing. And nobody does. So that's the main thing that I've learned from being a mom. Is nobody knows what they're doing. Speaking of moms, I want to welcome the newest official member of the hysteria crew. You know where you love her? You've heard her many times on the pod. She's a writer. She's a comedian. She does everything. She's great at all of it. Cara clank, welcome. Oh, thank you so much. Greatest, of course, at being a mom. Unparalleled and undefeated in all undefeated. That's actually the name of my comedy album by it now on iTunes. It has like the best cover art of any comedy album I've ever seen. And I bought the real guy who did the sweet valley covers to do my album cover. Oh my God. Incredible. He's like, I want him to do gentlemen. If I hadn't already gotten married, I would be like, I want that guy to do my wedding invitation. Speaker two. Yeah, I want him to do the next time I have a big life event. He can do the illustration for that. But Kara, we're so excited that you're part of the crew officially. I'm so excited to be here. Thank you for having me and bringing me on. Yeah..

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"piras" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Make sure that the American people win In a letter to Democrats on Friday Pelosi noted great progress has been made and the party will continue to negotiate to pass the president's agenda Thousands of women have been marching in the nation's capital and in New York City in hundreds of other cities across the nation today to protest Texas strict new abortion law Today's protests were part of the 2021 women's march with simultaneous demonstrations taking place in more than 600 cities and towns The abortion law in Texas went into effect last month and bans abortions beyond 6 weeks with no exceptions for rape or incest I'm Chris courage And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room As we've been reporting House speaker Nancy Pelosi provided House Democrats with a new October 31st target date to pass the stalled bipartisan infrastructure Bill she said today she backed off a pledge to bring the measure to a vote this week because it would have been defeated It looks like New York City school personnel who didn't get a vaccine by 5 p.m. yesterday won't be allowed to work on Monday The Supreme Court denied a request to block New York City's vaccine mandate for teachers and staff the deadline was 5 p.m. Friday afternoon for school employees to get their first dose or face suspension or possible termination At least 5 passengers on the first cruise out of New York City since the COVID-19 pandemic began have tested positive for the virus more from Bloomberg's Pellegrini crystal cruises says the passengers were aboard the crystal symphony on the way to Bermuda with their PCR tests came back positive and the post says the COVID positive for transferred to quarantine hotels on Bermuda The passengers and ship were then subjected to quarantine and retesting The 781 foot vessel can carry 848 passengers according to the company which wouldn't say how many were actually on board All guests were required to be vaccinated to board the cruise They departed September 24th from Manhattan's pira 88 Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio What are investors thinking after last week's rough markets Well the S&P 500 fell 2.2% Linda diesel is senior equity strategist at Federated Hermes and she says there are still lots of reasons to be optimistic We still have many many good things going on out there Record high profit margins still in the S&P 500 record cash on balance sheets record job openings and we at Federated Hermes are bullish into next year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"piras" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"By bringing my misery onto you. So I got this article here. Called Why you shouldn't retire. Put out by somebody I've never heard of before. It's called retirement may not be as glamorous as you think It's by somebody called. Start it up. I'm gonna read this to you because it's the setup that they used to go into this article, and I want to show you how even the setup is alive. From the very beginning of the article. They're lying before even get started on the article, he says. We live in a society where our relationship with work is deeply polarizing. On one side of the spectrum, you have the hustle culture people promoting the idea that you should work. Piras Lee sacrificed everything from your sleep to your social life. In the interest of growing your business and achieving your goals. You can sleep when you're dead. This would be a grant Cardone type of guy who It's constantly talking about 10 X and everything and you've got my money and I'm going to get my money back from you. And I'm nothing If I can't get more money, I have the 10 X everything I do write that kind of guy on the other side. You have those condemn are toxic work culture for draining our energy and taking time away from our families, Hobbies rest overall, well being while giving the little in return for our sacrifice. That would be my site. He goes on and says the overreaching theme. Both of these camps is driven by passion for money and how we make it. In the recent years, Social media has been flooded with new influences on gaining hundreds of thousands of followers online teaching young people about money. You've got the digital nomads the fire, financial independence and retire early people. I guess he's talking about me. The red hackers, the Amazon FB, A aficionados and list goes on. Ultimately, it seems the goals to save as much money as you can quickly as you can so you can retire and finally live a good life. My friends. Think of the ignorance. It just got spewed out of that last paragraph. I just showed you And just proved you and explained you. Retirement is not about a pile of money. Yet. Here's a guy arguing that he is going to tell you why you shouldn't retire when he still doesn't even know how to retire, and even though he named 20 different people that are selling programs on how to create passive income. Whoever it is wrote. This article is so stupid. They don't even get that. That's what those articles are about, or those programs are about is about passive income. So as you go on here, and you read this, it says a Marine again. Ultimately, it seems the goal is to save as much money as you can quickly. That is not the goal. This person has no idea all those things that they named off. Making money on the Internet is about making money rent collectors that's about collecting rent. Nothing there what we do. Is not about saving money. It's about creating password, and I'm telling you, you read this and before you even get out of the first segment. They've already lied to you. I told you that everything you're going to read about everything you're going to study. Everything you're going to do in life is to figure out how to save more money. And you already know that doesn't work. So you might as well throw the article away, but no Let's write an article and tell you why you shouldn't retire. Why would we do that? Because it will make you feel better. About not knowing how to retire. Wow. That's a good idea so starts by talking about escaping the 9 to 5. It's unsurprising that so many people look forward to retirement study showed that up to 85% of full time workers hate their jobs. It goes on and said, But if you look deeper, that's not really a problem. The problem is, they don't hate work. They hate their job. I don't know what this guy thinks, or Gal thinks it. Your job is do you think I just got up and I thought maybe today I'll be an expert can have two player. Or a chess player. I'm gonna do something I like and that's going to be my job. No job is where you go. And some mean person tells you what to do, and they're never satisfied with what you do do and the customers are always miserable to you. Jobs are Demoralizing. In most cases, and what they're saying is no, no, no, no, no, Really. What you need to do is just changed Jobs. Don't quit. Don't retire. Just changed jobs. The next thing that comes up with them is a reason for living. I have a big problem with the idea of the purpose of workers limited to making money so you can provide for your family and save your retirement. And my problem is that the way people perceive retirement and the way they demonize workers as an unpleasant thing we have to do is Inherently flawed. No, it's not. You can't figure out how to get out of it, so you have to rationalize it. But what? You don't understand it. Just think I don't want to stop working because it's a reason to live. It's a part of me, Remember? How do you define anybody high? Tell me about yourself. I am a fireman. A nurse, a doctor, a lawyer. A C P A. A father, a mother, a spouse. What you do is who you are. And what this article is saying. If you stop working, you're nobody. You can never be anybody ever again. Which is insane. There is more reason to live once you get out of your job than there ever was with your job in most cases. In fact, I found once I retired, I got so busy. Had so much stuff to do that had always wanted to do that. I never could do And once you can do it, you open up all these doors and these doors opened up new doors and those doors open up more doors, and it's like concentric circles just go farther and farther and farther. You have more and more influence in your life. Because you can do more and more stuff and more stuff you touch. The more influence you have in the bigger your life isn't the better. Your life is No, they won't just stay in the cubicle. Because they can't figure out how to get out of it. Goes on and says the value of effort If all things were easy in life. There would be nothing to drive us forward kind of statement. And again, this person doesn't know what retirement is. There's all kinds of things you can Create effort on you can try to go from one unit to four units to eight units to 12 to 2200 to 200 to 501,000 to 10,000 units. That effort. You can try to figure out how to run it without you being involved at all. And putting more effort into organization management, hiring and firing as Opposed to putting effort into actually doing any of the work yourself. You have to effort and becoming a better leader instead of a worker. You can put effort into being more healthy and living longer. You can put effort into being a good husband, wife. Mother, father. Put effort into being Grandmother or grandfather. You can put effort into your family. You can put effort in your friends you can get involved in your local neighborhood block community. Subdivision neighborhood. City state. You can put effort in all those things. But no You need a job, have any reason To create effort. The key to a healthy retirement. Everything in mind? We need to rethink when and if we should retire. If you find joy and fulfillment and a 9 to 5 job, then don't let society pressure you to dictate to you decide to hand over the reins to someone else. So it's society. Telling you, you have to retire. It's not that Earning gut feeling every day. When you get in the car and drive for an hour to go to work. It's not that looking up at the clock 20 times a day to see if the day is over yet so you can go home and that drive back through that traffic again. It's not that paying the bills at the end of the month and seeing there's more bills, and there are money. Those aren't the real pains. No, it's society, crushing you with the thought that you should think you should retire someday. Why should you not retire? Because you need to stay active. You need to flex your brain muscles You never need you need to keep exploring. Which is the concept of saying You're not going to be able to do that if you don't have a job. That is.

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"piras" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"About pyramid in the evils of either too much are not enough humidity on turtles. i can't see that turtles sitting at your desk without thinking that poor thing. Nothing is sick a poor thing. I think he never named him by the way. These two turtles Well sick sick and not sick about I like it i remember. That's good beer. Pira embiid okay. So which ones pira big boy. He'll be pure little. One has been meaty pyramid little. So you got here in midi stupid. I saw as long as we're on the two in the feds. I saw picture whereas the stupid picture. I think senate in many towns you got open a real a lot. This cannot be real of this stupid fish that they found in oregon. Oh no it's Yes it is right here. That can not not. No sorry i. It's according to this. The these oregon beachcombers were stunned after discovering a wildly culliver colorful one hundred pound exotic fish on the shore of the state. The large cgi rare to the oregon goes. There's no way that's rob thanks. It's absolutely abso. There's other pictures of laying on the beach and a picture of the fin. That's in the story. There's no way that this thing is real no way on. Yeah that's that's i one picture and says it's identified as the oba or mood ova earned. That's a new word yesterday. Or i guess some people are saying it's somebody said it was like a name for mama debt. Yeah new name for mom and dad plus two okay. Oma and oprah is a german nicknamed for grandma and grandpa so these people actually very dumb trying to say that's a new word so apparently and this is a try that's tropic supposed to be a tropical fish but oriented. It's real. Yeah that's where they found it surely right somebody somebody at because you saw that that that credit was some aquarium. So here's what happened. Somebody overmedicated the water. They're beautiful fish died and they toss it out on the beach in the beachcombers finally go. Oh look how crazy. Meanwhile the people with the season passes the aquarium. You're like hey we're the big colorful or the visco. You don't know what i did. Something happened might have jumped out followed. It went down on the beach. A ways down really. Yeah can't be can't be missing. Did you hear that they've They're training dogs now massachusetts. They've got two dogs trained up there to sniff out. cove it. Well that's good that's good right. There's a about yeah. i love this though. The dogs can now Detect advanced variants such as the delta variant. Shut up no way no way no way so. They've trained him to smell. Covert since covert. I guess emits an odor But i i thought of jeffey when i read this. We've got dogs. That smell dogs that smell for drugs. And they don't they they smell for drugs where people get busted all the time that have cashing their car. it's not a specific during the dog. Just barks says is right drugs. No no take all. The dogs can can your run-of-the-mill cova nineteen thousand sniff out. And i don't know if they bark differently when it's the delta variant stupidest thing i've ever seen but here's a paragraph where i thought i thought you'd have some commentary on this like drugs and weapons. Cova nineteen has a unique odor which to sheriff's office. Canines are trained to find the dogs. Hanta and duke graduated training wednesday. They're step siblings. Who were born two weeks apart with the same father but different mothers telegraphing there. I mean daddy. Dogs been taking care of some dogs too. He is doing business. Business business bad. That's a good gig thank you. That's a good gig man. If you're going to come back as an animal you want to be either a business dog or business horse. That is not unnecessary paragraph. We don't need to know that we could just say the same the same. We didn't need to go through the whole family tree of how their dad is an awesome literally a dog. Let us brain cells where we post things on the internet. Since pats not here. Can we do the dog and cat video because somebody sent this to me thought we were done with. No no no no pets away. I'm here animal videos. I want to see the dog and a cat thing so the dog just wants to play awesome. Gave a little own karate. Kid no act like you don't like that jeffy. That was fun. Stop it stop it okay. Here's one more video here. I got to do the alligator. Somebody sent this to me as well. This is Do we know if that doug killed that cat. The cat's gone down. I want see the know the death good. No no it was fine. Let's see let's see the the rednecks opening a beer at. How do you open a beer. When you're when you're out on the pontoon and you don't have a can opener. also. I thought you'd like. Is you wake up the alligators right this. I told you i get time. I wake up the alligator. That's right you hold your beer down there looking at this. This guy's i asked a bad. He's a hero there. Where does this. Where was this. I assume i have no idea that is also in case you're listening. The alligator opens his mouth after being somewhat taunted by the guy on the boat and when he opens his mouth. The guy who's the news news is the tooth as Here's the aluminum cans down that right. There needs to be happening. At gator land. That's a think. That's one of my favorite theme parks in america. Is gator land. Yeah it's on the qasimi orlando's the signs every time down there. Never i love that place so much. That's an event that needs to happen. Giggling as they have over guy for their commercials for it. I love gators. We were talking about how you would be like a good kind of like a james earl jones for these new one six. These new democracy almost died say now say varsity blues operation varsity blues. Do we do. We have the business button in their favorite by cannon theme on there with a cannon theme operation varsity blues. Tonight's episode never mind that's fine take the rest of the day whatever but gala now they have They have the jazz peru where they feed the gators chickens. Oh yeah you've lost the toss the chickens out on a rope that goes up over the water and the gators come up and jump out of the water and then the guy holds the chicken out over the over the dock and the gators jump up and take it out of his hand and they have the gate a wrestling. And then if you go to gator land. This is just a helpful hint for me. Okay all right all right for him. Is this a jiffy life. Heck yes okay. All right so part of the fun of gator land is feeding gators hotdogs all right so they have this big attract big. It's like a i don't know what you call it but it's It's like three or four different floors up different levels. Okay you go up. It's over a river. And that's where all the game they have like hundreds and thousands of gators in this river. And you tops the hotdogs out and the gators snort car out and grabbed the hotdogs. But gator laying sells the hotdogs. There you can't bring him eight million dollars a hotdog. Wow that's how they make a little. Just joe biden's plays you aren't mine is it's just shy. Give me a couple of hot dogs. That'll be sixteen million dollars off so the idea is. That was the first time i went. I spent way too many millions of dollars on hotdogs so the next time i went we stop off at the local walmart. Which isn't far before you get to gator land. The giant packs of the cheapest hot dogs folks like going to the theater right right pairing planning ahead write care. Put the dogs at your backpack and you get back to the back of the by the river. They can't see your own hotdogs i they. They know that people are doing okay. I never saw anyone taken down vicariously in their hot. We get a hotdog scofflaw. Maybe if they catch you they throw you into the river and you just. you're lost. What happened uncle bill. I don't know goes where this today on. Now you've right. I was in the car. I thought he had some hotdogs..

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"piras" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"It's really imaginative and well. I hope that you'll try it out now. Recently the series premiered. It's four season on disney channel. And it's been a really good season. I like it so far. Basically this season bore is result of what happened in the last season. See the last season season. Finale was basically called miraculous clean and will basically what happened was our persona of miraculous clean which is also khloe transformed into an eba villain. Well not much different. For regular personality she sends out an army of bees to brainwash all paris. Luca and kagami sacrificed themselves to save marinette adrian who escaped through the shiny miraculous queen silence all the temporary miraculous holders to her location and that doesn't involve alex because he hasn't gotten her miraculous yet revealing their identities to hawk mall. Lady bug regroups with cat nawar and using the dragon miraculous to unify into dragon bug. Together they steal the snake miraculous back from by pira and cat are uses it to unify into snake nawar together they defeat miraculous clean and sees her a kuma when leiva is unable to figure out a plan to rescue jade turtle. He sacrifices his memories to formally transfer the title of guardian of the miraculous to laibach who is able to reclaim the rest of the stolen rocky. Lous is khloe is permanently expelled from the team and refuses to forgive me but in the aftermath master fu reunites with marina who was girlfriend from long ago and together. They depart paris elsewhere. Nellie delivers masterfoods tablet. Which contains the Decrypted miraculous spell book to gabriel. Who fixes the peacock. Miraculous marinette is saddened after seeing adrian and tagami and gets comfort from luca but is unaware that adrian is indecisive about what he feels for gamay or lady bug so yeah i also forgot to mention that not only does hawk. Mock have nuru but he also has the peacock miraculous either way. That was the season finale of last season and this season opens up with gabriel repairs the peacock miraculous and use it in conjunction with the butterfly miraculous to transform into shadow moth meanwhile nets relationship with luca fractures when she is forced to ditch several of their dates to protect paris as leiva and the guardian of the miraculous. When mayor is unable to tell him the truth behind her disappearances he falls into despair and is a climatized and amaki ties into truth who together with his cinta monster which is basically what the peacock creates light is can force his victims to truthfully answer his questions lay catenary defeat him but marinez is unable to handle the stress of lying to him and the to break up which is so durably sad..

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"piras" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Appeal the Bitcoin as a financial guy is the decentralization of finance and that you don't need banks. You don't need block fi. You don't need Jim and I. You don't need coin base to me. Coin based gem in they're all really cool. Don't get me wrong. And I think they will be necessary sort of how Microsoft was necessary and You know, whatever Priceline and Amazon before we go to this new round of the Internet, you know yet like Internet one point our Internet to point out Coined based Gemini Block five those sort of traditional outlets. Will be necessary as we convert to sort of the Internet of money. But What? What I find pretty compelling to is the opportunities like a strike app where you can have the app. I can never happen and we can displace, Let's say a Western union, making them obsolete. With our own Bitcoin that we control, So I think some invention will make this easy to control it in your own wallet. But so that we don't lose people here. Break it down. Simply. Both the online storage with a coin base or an offline where you hold it yourself with the seed phrases. People, you know what Seed phrases are the average person. So if you could break that down mark because you're so clear again, not to go too deep into the technical weeds, but But at the end of the day, uh, digital assets right exist in the in the digital world, and therefore you have to have a means. For, you know, storing and retrieving them and Blockchain technology is really pretty simple, right? It's a ledger. And you know, we've got ledgers for thousands of years, right? We had a piras and we had clay tablets. And then it went to the Green Ledger paper that we all grew up with accounting class. Then we went to spread sheets, and today we have we have Blockchain and I'll block changes that basically takes in a in a digital form, a serious of transactions and over a 10 minute period called a block. It takes all those transactions, writes them down on this this digital ledger and then appends that block to the chain of previous blocks. Every 10 minutes secures that innit, immutable fashion, meaning it can never change. It is a permanent record. And that that system is secured by what are called miners. I mean that that's an unfortunate term to the actual, Don't dig stuff out of the ground. They don't wear little hats with lights. Mining is simply a data center, right In the old days. You had a data center, right? You buy computers. You plug them in, You pay for the power, and then you had to go find customers like aws or as you or whatever. And they would rent your computers that was a data center. Modern data Data Center are minors. So you take the computer's still buy computers a different kind of computer, A GPU instead of a CPU graphics processing unit and that computer then doesn't you have to go find customers? Like Amazon or or Microsoft. You basically rent your computing power to the network, and the network uses that computing power to secure This chain of blocks this block chain. So now we've got our record in in the block that says Josh has a Bitcoin mark as a Bitcoin. Okay, great. Now how do I know where it is? Well, I have to have a identifier. And that is this thing that we talked about is a seed phrase, right? That is a A wallet. Okay, like you would think of a wallet, but it's a digital wallet mean exist. In digital form, and they are identifiable and all of this goes back and got you two to technical. But all this goes back to cryptography. Crypto right is Charlie Munger said. I don't like any word. I don't like anything that has the word crypt in it. At my age. This has nothing to do with Crips that has to do with cryptography Bloods and the Crips. Yeah. You have to do with security. And so if we think about, uh, cryptography, there's something called a public key and a private key. Any public key is the address. It's a long string of letters. That is where your asset is stored on the Blockchain. So that public key, right is string of 24 letter. And anyone can know that because if even if you congratulatory that location on the chain, you can't get to it because you don't have the private key. The private key. Is secured by this seed phrase, and it's a serious of 12 words. And those 12 words are unique to you or me. And when you match that private key with the public key we can decrypt are unknown. We can reverse the cryptography and we can see What we have secured on the block change, so that is a little bit complicated, and that's a process that the average person just doesn't want to deal with. So like, you know what I'm gonna let coin base or block fi or or whoever or Gemini I'm a let them be my custody in the same way we might let Fidelity br custodian in the electronic world. There's nothing wrong with that. But there are people who say no, I don't want to pay a custodian. I want to deal with owning my assets. So I'm going to get a a storage device. Now that storage device could be Your phone, right? You could put it a wallet on your phone. Now. The problem with putting the wallow in your phone is your phone can be hacked. And you could lose your digital assets. And the way to think about security in this world is the same way we think about money. Right. How much money has been stolen from the Federal Reserve? $0. How about Bank of America's Home office in New York $0. How Bank of America's El Paso Texas branch. More than $0..

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"piras" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Park. A win gets the Reds Over the 500 mark. We'll talk about it. After the game on the Kelsey Chevrolet Extra inning show a couple of notes and headlines America. Garrett will begin a five game suspension tonight reduced from seven stemming from the incident versus the Cubs. Garrett, by the way, has not allowed to run over his last four appearances, striking out six, allowing just one hit, so the Reds will be short handed going into cores Field. Never a good place to be short handed pitching wise to go into that ballpark. Reds will also make up their game in Cleveland that was rained out Sunday. On Monday, August 9th, a 6 10 start. The NFL 2021 schedule, released tomorrow night schedule to kick off the season will kick off Thursday, September 9th the regular season Running through Sunday, January 9th, the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers, expected to host the Thursday night opener on September 9th and Raymond James Stadium. Bengals fans can purchase single game tickets as soon as the schedule is released on Wednesday at 7:45 P.m.. Anyone purchasing single game tickets through the team will not pay processing fees. Bob Baffert acknowledged today that the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit was treated with an anti fungal ointment, which includes Beta method zone. The horse will race in Saturday's Preakness Stakes after an agreement was reached after Baffert agreed to pre race blood testing, monitoring and medical reviews that, according to the trainers, attorney today Medina Spirit drew the number three post today and is the 9 to 5 favorite. In Saturday's race. FC Cincinnati continued training today they'll kick off their inaugural matching T Q L Stadium this Sunday when the club hosts enter Miami. See effort four PM and there's hockey news those cyclones air back. They've announced the schedule for the 2021 2022 E C H l season Clone start the season on the road October 23rd against the indie fuel. This will be the first regular season game since Merch 11 of 2019 in Toledo after 595 days. 2021 2022 season will see the Cyclones play a total of 72 regular season games. Welcome back to the Cincinnati Cyclones. All right. This will be a topic of conversation tonight after the game. Let's do this. Take some notes along the way maybe makes a mental note to write it down on a piece of paper will react to the Reds over the PIRA Reds game against the Pirates tonight and We will assess their 32 games ins. We've hit the 2020% market the season. We're 1/5 of the way through. They are 16 and 16. Would you classify the Reds is overachieving. Underachieving or doing about what you thought they do at this point of the season. Sounds like a topic for tonight. As we continue the Arnell carriers inside pitch 700 wlw. Finding great candidates, the higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to.

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"piras" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"piras" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mistrial is personal indeed. For every senator, lead impeachment manager, Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin mixed personal stories with legal theory and setting up why former President Trump should face a Senate trial a step Trump's attorney Bruce Castor, says his unconstitutional for a private citizen. He was removed by the voters. House managers begin two days of presentations this afternoon after a 56 44 vote in the Senate. Affirming the trial is constitutional on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News, The former president, expressed his displeasure with his attorneys performance on the opening day of that Senate trial. Two thirds of Chicago teachers voted in favor of approving a tentative covert 19 safety plan to allow the third largest U. S. Public school system to gradually resume in person. Classes for students have been out of school buildings for almost a year. Violent crime popping up across the country in Chicago police detective suffering head and neck injuries after an ambush by two suspects on Monday, well separated from his partner during a homicide investigation. Police they two men assaulted him. One of the suspects managed to flee. The scene in Oakland, California increased crime against the Asian community, particularly the elderly police, arresting a young young Muslim, citing him as the man throwing a 91 year old to the ground. The 28 year old faces charges of assault and battery and elder abuse for also attacking two others. That's Fox's Alex Spoken Asian stock markets Rose and U. S stock futures trading higher overnight. America's listening to Fox News From the fuck you know, is among the millions of Americans with migraine. There's new information you need to know to help prevent these horrible headaches. New guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headaches, Society Bind Seizure Drugs develop Roeck sodium and sodium Val Pro Wait and tow. PIRA mate, along with certain beta blockers are effective for preventing migraine attacks over the counter drugs, including ibuprofen and naproxen, as well as some herbal remedies such as butter, burr. They also help study show migraine is under recognized and undertreated about 38% of people with migraine could benefit from preventative treatments, yet only less than a third of these people currently used..

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"piras" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"piras" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio and I love all things Tech and today we're going to talk about lighters. And this is sort of a sequel to our last episode, which was about matches. Alamo to is not in the studio, and I'm happy to report that nothing in my line of vision is currently on fire. So we're going to pick up where we left off in that last episode, And in that episode, I described an invention that used chemistry to create a flame to ignite a flame. Now this particular invention I talked about in the last episode is pretty dangerous contraction. It used sulfuric acid, which by itself Is dangerous. It can seriously injured disfigure you, but it was using sulfuric acid and zinc in order to generate hydrogen gas and hydrogen gas is also potentially really dangerous. Hydrogen gas is lighter than air. But unlike helium, hydrogen is extremely flammable. It's the stuff that contributed to the famous Hindenburg disaster. But now we're going to switch over to some other technologies and developments that made the modern lighter possible. So our next advance And the making of fire would date back to the beginning of the 20th century. So the early 19 hundreds. That's when an Austrian scientist named Baron Karl, our von Vell Bach. Was working with some mixtures of rare earth elements to see what you know they would do. So what scientists do sometimes just trying stuff. Well, one of those elements he was working with was a metal called Siri. Um It's a relatively soft metal. It's silvery white and color, but it does tarnish when it's exposed to air so it doesn't stay silvery white for very long, and it's soft enough that you could actually cut this stuff with a knife. So it's a pretty soft metal. The book discovered that creating an alloy Which is, you know a combination of different metals and other components. But if you create an alloy using iron and cirie, um it was actually mostly iron about 70% iron. You would create a substance that could ignite sparks if it was struck or scratched by a harder material. And he called this stuff Pharaoh. Siri, Um, any classified it as a mish metal, which is sort of a Germanic word that essentially means mixed metal or alloy. These days, Pharaoh Siri, Um and miche metal are frequently used to describe the same thing. Also, A lot of folks will refer to this stuff as Flint in modern lighters. But that is misleading. Flint is something very different. And this merits a quick explanation so that you guys can understand and appreciate the difference between Flint and Pharaoh. Siri Um All right, so let's start off with quartz. This stuff is the most abundant mineral found at Earth's surface. If you take one part silicon to two parts oxygen, that's courts and it's a durable mineral and has some really super interesting properties, its heat resistant, so it's good component to use and materials where you want to have something that can stand up to great amounts of heat. It also has a really interesting Corky phenomena zits associated with it and some other materials. If you exert a mechanical stress on courts, it then accumulates an electrical charge or If you expose quartz to an electrical charge, it'll exert an internal mechanical strain. It'll vibrate. So you could make courts pulse at a consistent frequency by applying an electrical charge to it, which is why quartz crystals are used in analog watches and clocks. The predictable repeatable vibration. That frequency is always going to be. The same is a great way to keep track of the passing of time. And so you use that as sort of the, uh, the foundation for all the other time he being elements No more than that courts comes in many different varieties, and one of those varieties is Flint Flint contains Ah lot of impurities, so it doesn't look like pure courts at all. It doesn't look like what we think of when we think of the word quartz Flint tends to be dark gray in color, but it can't have other colors in it as well. Like Brown or red, sometimes even wider yellow and typically is much closer to opaque than what we think of. When we think of courts. We tend to think of something that's at least translucent with quartz. But Flint tends to be almost opaque and like courts, and general Flint has no flat surfaces of internal weakness. No plainer weakness inside court plant or cords. That means That you do not observe cleavage with courts or flint, which is the odd, actual geological kind of term here. So in other words, if you were to strike this material hard enough to break it, you would see what's called a con coy. It'll fracture that's AH, smoothly curving fracture surface. Last is a type of material that has concluded all fractures, as opposed to plainer fractures, the or cleavage by breaking courts or flint and very precise ways. You can fashion tough, sharp objects, stuff that can stand up to somewhere and terror and it could have a very sharp edge to it. Which is why Flint was a valuable material in early human history. It could be chipped to shape into stuff like arrowheads, spear points as well as into cutting tools like access. Now getting back to making fires. The property we're interested in with Flint is that if you were to strike Flint against iron, you can create sparks. But why is that? Well, it's not because of the flint unnecessarily. It's actually more because of the irons. The iron is Cairo for IQ, which means it's a material that will ignite under room temperature. And that probably sounds really weird. Right? I mean, We've all come into contact Liron. We've all seen iron objects and most of time. I think we could agree. That's not, you know, currently on fire, So what actually gives here what's happening And why do I say that Iron is PIRA for ick? We'll see when Iron encounters air It begins to oxidize and with iron. That means it develops a thin layer of iron oxide on the outside surface of the iron itself. Iron oxide is known by another name Rust. So the rusting process is a chemical reaction. And it's an XO thermic chemical reaction. If you remember from our last episode, and XO thermic reaction is one that in the process of this chemical reaction going on releases heat. But if you're talking about any appreciable amount of iron, as in more than just a tiny speck of the stuff that he dissipates pretty quickly, the relative mass of the iron is great enough that the heat becomes a non factor and this is really important. We have to consider the ratio of a any given amount of irons, mass relative to the surface area. That is exposed to the air. If the iron has more than a little mass that he can dissipate through the rest of the hunk of iron, you know all the iron atoms that are not exposed to air. We'll just sort of absorb that he did. Nothing else happens apart from the external surface is rusting, and once they rust They've got.

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"piras" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"piras" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Strickland. I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio and I love all things Tech and today. We're going to talk about lighters. And this is sort of a sequel to our last episode, which was about matches Alamo to is not in the studio, and I'm happy to report that nothing in my line of vision is Currently on fire. So we're going to pick up where we left off in that last episode, And in that episode, I described an invention that used chemistry to create Ah flame to ignite a flame. Now this particular invention I talked about in the last episode is pretty dangerous Contraction. It used sulfuric acid, which By itself is dangerous. It can seriously injured disfigure you, but it was using sulfuric acid and zinc in order to generate hydrogen gas and hydrogen gas is also potentially really dangerous. Hydrogen gas is lighter than air, but unlike helium, hydrogen is extremely flammable. It's the stuff that contributed to the famous Hindenburg disaster. But now we're going to switch over to some other technologies and developments that made the modern lighter possible. So our next advance in the making of fire would date back to the beginning of the 20th century. So the early 19 hundreds That's when an Austrian scientist named Baron Karl, our von Vell, Bach was working with some mixtures of rare earth elements to see what you know. They would do so what scientists do sometimes just trying stuff. Well, one of those elements he was working with was a metal called Siri. Um It's a relatively soft metal. It's silvery white and color, but it does tarnish when it's exposed to air so it doesn't stay silvery white for very long, and it's soft enough that you could actually cut this stuff with a knife. So it's a pretty soft metal. Velma discovered that creating an alloy Which is, you know a combination of different metals and other components. But if you create an alloy using iron and Syria, Matt was actually mostly iron about 70% iron. You would create a substance that could ignite sparks if it was struck or scratched by a harder material. And he called this stuff. Pharaoh. Siri, Um Any classified it as a mish battle, which is sort of a Germanic word that essentially means mixed metal or alloy. These days, Pharaoh Siri Um and Miche metal are frequently used to describe the same thing. Also, A lot of folks will refer to this stuff as Flint in modern lighters. But that is misleading. Flint is something very different. And this merits a quick explanation so that you guys can understand and appreciate the difference between Flint and Pharaoh. Siri. Um All right, so let's start off with quartz. This stuff is the most abundant mineral found at Earth's surface. If you take one part silicon to two parts oxygen, that's courts and it's a durable mineral and has some really super interesting properties, its heat resistant, so it's good component to use and materials where you want to have something that can stand up to great amounts of heat. It also has a really interesting Quirky phenomena. It's associated with it and some other materials. If you exert a mechanical stress on courts, it then accumulates an electrical charge. Or if you expose courts to an electrical charge, it will exert an internal mechanical strain. It'll vibrate. So you could make courts pulse at a consistent frequency by applying an electrical charge to it, Which is why quartz crystals are used in analog watches and clocks. The predictable repeatable vibration. That frequency is always going to be the same is a great way to keep track of the passing of time. And so you use that, as sort of the The foundation for all the other time he being elements now, more than that courts comes in many different varieties, and one of those varieties is Flint. Flint contains Ah lot of impurities, so it doesn't look like pure courts at all. It doesn't look like what we think of when we think of the word quartz Flint tends to be dark gray in color, but it can't have other colors in it as well. Like Brown or red, sometimes even wider yellow. It typically is much closer to opaque than what we think of. When we think of courts. We tend to think of something that's at least translucent with quartz. But Flint tends to be almost opaque and like courts in general, Flint has no flat surfaces of internal weakness. No plainer weakness inside court plant or cords. That means that you do not observe cleavage with courts or flint, which is the odd, actual geological kind of term here. So in other words, if you were to strike this material hard enough to break it You would see what's called, couldn't coy. It'll fracture that's AH, smoothly curving fracture. Surface Glass is a type of material that has concluded all fractures as opposed to plainer fractures or cleavage. By breaking courts or flint and very precise ways. You can fashion tough, sharp objects, stuff that can stand up to somewhere and terror, and it could have a very sharp edge to it. Which is why Flint was a valuable material in Early human history, it could be chipped to shape into stuff like arrowheads, spear points as well as into cutting tools like access. Now getting back to making fires. The property we're interested in with Flint is that if you were to strike Flint against iron You can create sparks. But why is that? Well, it's not because of the flint unnecessarily. It's actually more because of the irons. The iron is Cairo for IQ, which means it's a material that will ignite under room temperature. And that probably sounds really weird. Right? I mean, We've all come into contact Liron. We've all seen iron objects and most of time. I think we could agree. That's not, you know, currently on fire, So what actually gives here what's Happening. And why do I say that Iron is PIRA for ick. We'll see. When iron encounters air. It begins to oxidize and with iron. That means it develops a thin layer of iron oxide on the outside surface of the iron itself. Iron oxide is known by another name Rust. So the rusting process is a chemical reaction. And it's an XO thermic chemical reaction. If you remember from our last episode, and XO thermic reaction is one that in the process of this chemical reaction going on releases heat. If you're talking about any appreciable amount of iron as it more than just a tiny speck of the stuff that he dissipates pretty quickly. The relative mass of the iron is great enough that the heat becomes a non factor and this is really important. We have to consider the ratio of a any given amount of irons, mass relative to the surface area. That is exposed to the air. If the iron has more than a little mass that he can dissipate through the rest of the hunk of iron, you know all the iron atoms that are not exposed to air. We'll just sort of absorb that he did. Nothing else happens apart from the external services rusting and once they rust. They've got this sort of protective layer and.

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Gender reveal party sparks large Californian wildfire after pyrotechnic device ignites dry grass

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Gender reveal party sparks large Californian wildfire after pyrotechnic device ignites dry grass

"The original pandemic Gender reveals. Maybe just maybe we got the vaccine this weekend. Maybe they will never bother us again because one of these unnecessary reveals is now the cause. Of one of the huge wildfires lodging in California A couple dragged its family to El Dorado Ranch Park on Saturday and brought with them a quote. Smoke generating PIRA device surveillance video shows the device being lit and then people scrambling to find water to put out the flames. The fire is now over 8000 Acres big, only 7% controlled. The video has not been released yet because there's an ongoing investigation now. Everybody involved apparently has been cooperating with officials. But the guy or the woman, the person who actually ignited his device could could be charged with a crime here and held liable for the fires. But the moral of the story is just stop doing this. Stop hitting golf balls. Stop letting off balloon that choke birds. Just stop it. Just tell me what kid you're having. And let's move on. I got to tell you. I have so many thoughts on this number one California has been like the inside of a pizza oven for like, three weeks now why you would drag anybody to a park to do outdoors These days? Your gender reveal in California is anybody's guess. Like 118 degrees. Yeah, everybody. Let's go outside. To go to the steam bath toe burn to a crisp that you know that we're having a girl. I mean, could you imagine how how completely thoughtless this is for your family lift, drag you to a park outdoors when it's 180. Number two on the outside to make a baby. I don't want to be able to find out what your baby is Number two. The gender reveal stuff. It's so overboard. But now we need pyrotechnics. Now there's a some oak freaking machine, a smoke machine. You need a smoke machine. For this. It's already over the top, dragging everybody to a park to learn. Who cares. You're having a baby. Whether it's a boy or a girl. The baby will be loved. The baby will be adored. That's what people do with babies. Thankfully, it doesn't matter what gender you have, and I've got to go back to my own wife. Because

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Reports: Cincinnati Reds player tests positive for COVID-19

America's Truckin' Network

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Reports: Cincinnati Reds player tests positive for COVID-19

"Fox Sports in the athletic reporting in the last hour that sources have told the athletic that a Reds player has tested positive for covert 19. But that player has not been identified. Jeff passing of ESPN reporting sources say that today's game between the resin Piras is likely to be postponed. Due to that reported positive tests. Major League

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