17 Burst results for "Posim"

"posim" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Common sing. So as an expert, you'll be dealing with the million cases of time like doctor who sees particular condition over and over and over again, and they see someone else without the same symptoms under the real risk of they'll make a strong but wrong ever. So they're actually trained explicitly in strategies to overcome out risk. Well, it at end. It's I think everybody can see that in whatever industry they work in or. Or in any organization, where people who know think they know? So they know so they don't have to think too hard about it. Yes. Exactly. And you will still gets a little too assumptions that everyone has made to so long. They've become treated as just self evidently, true disliking and liking and people just don't look at those things because they're so familiar in gripe Poston at whatever is you and whatever is right in a face instead of going back several steps and looking at the key assumptions in seeing those assumptions still true, what's the mathematics of desire, the regularities in people's aesthetics things that they like, so for example is a sweet spot for height and its equivalent in ordinary English to Protei, whatever is so. If you pretty tool fairly till than you've you've is mull prestigious more attractive alluded things like that if you're very little than you'd go to fall from that sweet point on YouTube to be viewed as multi and tend to get the Satan dismiss from that average points cropping up over Nova regain the sweet spot. So it's typically about one to send a deviations from the mean, which is the criminal family, whatever his so you've got a sweet spot, for example, full of petite women. Sweet spokes toll women similarly with men this lot of other things that with regularities that people don't realize they're actually using. And this is what human nature is this. What is causing this? Findlay who it comes down to the way brains process information, we the brain to keep things simple. So examples symmetry people prefer symmetry, but so do animals right down to the level of insects Sebeih's prefers symmetry to non symmetry. So it's clearly not human culture thing. And I think the reason is that if you've got symmetry than essentially, you'll need need to remember huff, you're seeing a menu can mirror-image predict while the other health will be whereas if you go something is asymmetric you have to remember the whole of the image twice as much load. How else do we have blind spots that we might might not be aware of or that because everybody's had that experience of Ohio. Yeah. Obviously sure there it is. And we missed it. But but how how else does this show up in? Life. One example is when you go to the ATM to take money out of their easy mistake to make is to take the money will late leaves the college into machine not used to happen. All the time with the very early machines and the design. Software. Engineers logical impressionable a nasal what? So Posim would leave valuable. People. Everybody's on onset. What was actually going on was the the human brain? When the human went to the ATM was thinking, I'm going to this device to get money out. And once the money was out attended -ccomplish six goal and taking the cod after got the money that came after age. Go lose no knees reason to remember that. So what they did was to redesign. So they first you have to take a cont and after that you get the cash so getting the cash is the loss of the transaction. But then you've achieved your goal, and so you've designed out that human Arab. That's really interesting because who who hasn't done that. I mean, so many people have done that and an end so understanding all of this. And it's really fascinating. But what's the big? So what here what do we take from this? And what can we learn from this? What's the what's the big point here? I think this too big points. One is the in everyday life. Does a lot of room for making things much better very easily very lewd coast like nags? Some of the market research is liking and disliking..

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"posim" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"posim" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"posim" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The point that the senator murphy of connecticut makes is were the only country that has this level of gun violence and our level standard of living a lot of other countries have put in nationwide restrictions on buying a gun rican soak it one but you have more look hoops to jump through i was just going to add to that point the political challenge and actually passing wide ranging from control decision bans on certain types of weapons is that's the one area where there is widespread resistance of the difference for the united states and other countries that have instituted gone bans like australia did in the late 1990s is there is for a second amendment than his of the constitutional restrictions but you also have it even now widespread resistance to these these russian of fans of a lot of weaponry you just mentioned a chris murphy i he was at that meeting last week are they talked about at the top with the president lawmakers that sort of scramble the politics here on gun control he was also on abc's this week yesterday talking about that meeting with the president here's what he had said posim was president as a potential a move mountains here the gun lobby as i noted that meeting has had a veto power over legislation that ninety seven percent of americans support universal background checks and if the president wants to do this all he has to do is get about ten or fifteen democratica republican senators to the table i i think the president is trying to have it both ways i think he knows that the mood of the country has shifted such that he and his party are going to pay a huge price in the polls in 2018 to 2020 if they don't start supporting things like universal background checks at the same time the nra was one of his earliest supporters once he was moving towards the.

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"posim" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Boss again mr remains in jail his in i think it will and then as you're given choice look what you need to do quite soon lead to what she had to flee me during fleet should what you need to do but to me till what's jamie do look what should just naming don your came you say leon spe launched to you as bore place to sleep asked me how somebody haibo on vacation all right now seen all the instant harambe posim facebook and twitter so gel as you're going to be hit and up a vacation spot pretty soon here at steve paterson pie everybody i am donna riley sign that says ryan perpetrator the salt or seventy eight year old millennial producer it's up all right you're in tells what not to do on a vacation time for it erbakan's tip say there okay tips barabara chopin tip say the show dragged down to that don't brag on a vacation be nuys on totally log and off our no internet access zoo it's going to be great really look for the my family and i were going on a disney cruise to celebrate my parents 40th wedding anniversary and they we'd that we said we'll go wherever you want to go in my mom and dad said we want to go into disney cruise so that all the grandkids can enjoy it of course we all grew up loving disney as well so everybody's just over the moon were bad selfless of them it is they were like i wanna go on a disney cruise so all the kids can enjoy themselves that's that's my parents that great fluttering great so last night donahue will hate this monday look you over here look at my phone i want to look at my phone okay i sent out a vacation manifesto dude now not okay that is number one on this list of what not to do before a vacation or are they asian this legal you need a book mark to read that idea it was a very low senate as a text message it's probably about a three minute read nobody wants to read that.

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"posim" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on WLOB

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"posim" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

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"posim" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"posim" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Travelogue

"All right let's talk about hong kong i mean hong kong like of all you know like you said mark hong kong was a destination in 1987 right is a stopover city eastmeetswest and one of the things we talked about in the piece was kind of similar san francisco is like it's running out of space and i got cosmopolitan very quickly was sort of this glamorous british colony and in strains of that remained but i think that the title that we have on the pieces like hong kong struggle to retain its solely i i ask because because it felt like one of those places where we have this sort of relatively positive story everywhere else but here's a little bit of tension right because i mean i think it has nothing you know it has the do just with being hongkong words this kind of breakneck pace city whether it was under the british or the chinese but that as it develops as it runs out of space the first things to go aren't the shopping malls or or business centers it's the like traditional bird market or you know the kind of the food that street food stalls or whatever else were that's what gets crowded out and i think people who are nostalgic of an older hong kong that's what they remember as the character of the city not necessarily the kind of sterile giant skyscrapers it's like the getting lost in a in open air market which is becoming more and more rare as the city kind of his manner of high mayhem it'll a man to abandon unpopular opinion i think that as a british posim i'm curious of any of the british listeners have this perspective this is a a book called old filth by jean ghanem fantastic broken its filth is a terminology that british gruesome age of one aware of because it's failed in london trial com it's the filth and i think the perspective on what hong kong wars and wash it is now from americans or other englishspeakers versus the british hong kong is way better off now being an interesting mass see angry bits of china that they have to win.

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"posim" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Most amazing thing ever along come something else did tops it and it didn't take long just when you thought you would see the fight of the year saturday night along came bengals jagr's and more specifically aj green ngoan ramsey now i know what you're thinking yup whatever rome just another there are stupid football flight i've seen a million of them the receiver and the corner get locked up there are some grabbing there are some jawyang after the whistle maybe somebody gets caught up in somebody else's facemask maybe there's a slap fight punching guy in the helmet's like the stupidest thing ever are you gonna do is break you our hand and not hurt the other guy and then everybody acts like it's all some big big deal well if that's what you're thinking that i guarantee you did not see that fight because i'm not sure i've ever seen anything like this on a football field let me set the stage late in the first half green in ramsey have been john at one another for most of the game and it's up about to get real role alvi they have a time out loved that they view that they run it all natural way to the left that were victor it probably will allow quite of the first kathy gave a yard whoa owner jerry roth rally grab hold of lam jaylen ramsey took a ground i mean picked him up inflammed underground he's gotta be checked i never in armagh the nfl player grabbed jaylen reveal well well in jail lovely wasn't even fighting back jagr's radio now it sounds like a couple of homers being totally over the top of they word i mean that was accurate that was fair that was he completely fair description and if you haven't seen that video run don't walk to pull it up because you really was not a timer green puts his hand on ramsey shoulder ramsey shoves him to the ground bobek excessive but not really that far out of the realm of normal post place scuffling but then aj j g g e s p he hops up he grabs him with something close to a rear name joke he posim him down and then he starts raining hammerfest down on ramsey run the audio back one more time alvi they have a time outlook that they do that they runoff tackle political up with nick probably will allow play of.

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"posim" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Acquired

"At fixed costs distribution costs like still not an internet business but the then you at least drift closer to something we're like okay this is different than you know all the brick and mortar stuff that exist today we've posim questions here and and i think a james freeman then and the blue bottle team were were very clear what side they came down on others questions which was the blue bottle can't be a public company and maintain its ideals and also that it's not an internet company but i do think you know in terms of where i come down on this lake i'm not sure that that's the dichotomy that makes sense rate wake i think about apple great lake an apple store and a blue bottle store or eerily similar an apple is mounting an old that what apples are used to be anyway like i think and and the the days of believing that apple store is a sparse simple location is is far over well no but but you come new you walk into an apple store and there you can count on well used to be able to count on both your hands the number of products they were selling their it's more now but it certainly not relative to the number of square feet that they have the number of products that they're selling is is way smaller but that has been able to to scale and touch just about everyone in the world uh you know whereas as you point up in the of blue bottle has forty stores i'm curious to get into acquisition category because i i'd love to get your take here do you wanna you wanna dive into that now yeah let's do it.

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"posim" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Because of the american medical association primarily you know there's there's a certain there's a lot of things that were limited in terms all we can say we do we can and cannot do you know it's like on all the supplements you know you look the fda does not recognize that this thing does this does anything basically and you're like but what about all these instances of the doing this thing and that's you know that's just kind of bureaucracy is posim giving more sale i believe we can go down the rabbit hole on how you know government lobbying groups influence policy and what counting campi so the compromised fda in epa and all of that i mean i don't know how it works specifically with respect to what a chinese medicine doctor can advertise or or market is doing or not doing new would know more than that more than evil it's curious to me that it specifically cancer cancers the one thing we cannot claim anywhere in our website anywhere in our literature we can't say we can treat cancer but i know chinese docks who are using a lot of very strong herbs in particular certain medicinal mushrooms and diet in kidding amazing results so i think i think the main thing is they don't want people if they are in stage three or stage for cancer who really need close supervision and maybe might need chemotherapy or they're going to die or at least that's what that's what western medicine might think about a condition that they just that they disregard that or they say i'm not going to get any testing done her i don't need any lab labs a radiological report so maybe it's precautionary maybe it's you know i could come up with a lot of conspiracy theories about other things i mean it is curious wild lot of.

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"posim" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"posim" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Go will trips to work with businesses and that's the reality we face and serov than just moaning about that we in the viet i want to want to step in and do something out of hand the impact on it of it if children on taking these subjects is what do you think will the impacts is that they don't get as rewarding and enriching an education and i think there's a social justice element to this first what we see a big northsouth the voice in this that in the north part of england where we're seeing fewer children take a designer technology and often designed a g cfcs but we also know that in the independent sector they're not stripping out these subjects because they know that a reward again enriching education means drama an old a music and design and technology justin if with with thinking about the future of the british economy you've been wicket reporter robots in the future studying the creative industries studying design of technology is a combat immunisation process against robots taking your drops because human creativity ultimately cannot be taken as we think but the more would bar robot so this is actually matsunaga fluffy subject that you'll as loyal to say 'yes we held him using again and again this program you hear people say gonna do stem subject got to do those of the core subjects as the things that get you your and get your your future and yet actually go in a sense saying well yes do the same subjects but but there are other things that are as important ups lutely and when we think about the history of the vna in the midnineties century you didn't have these divides between stand with golds them actually you had this very fluid space between design all its technology and famously if you think of the iphone and the ipad you call it tell me that's not design you call told me it's not so it's your culture we it's not all and what we want to do is make sure that children today growing up in coventry blackburn stoke could sheffield have access to that clint of education we're really looking forward to working with local authorities zoom's secondary schools and local business to surmount thank you it is twenty eight minutes posim rob say with.

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"posim" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Life i am very is running hut ask soft she added like the black sally in that clip now really see like the black lien meesom because season she is running like sheep did like they do posim should are like lafraie can leaves a little a walkietalkie behind and she like give me mapo rebecca somebody wanna their lifelock you bitch are good luck now as you might not find you and i will kill you icu contrasted tell him well you know what our hold off on that are hold off on anti eid is is we have special centers o'hare yeah i called tissue man here a skull run in her as of martin she run a modern tom cruise his bit right away a yes yes way she passed the tom cruise i could friday yeah he like share but with this epa it's it's is her trying to get us i'm back as we said in the thing with her with the hello boy frankie right here is that at the beginning of movie they want you to know really that this is all she hayase she's got a shitty job as a waitress amis some of the worst customers you could ever have i mean they number booed that the bhutto pass holes messing with her uh she is even divorced trying to be calm you know okay with the new chippy that that that that uh that that that dad has because she don't ever want frank it it feel any kandahar harsh motions a hatred i anger because i don't want to lose frankie.

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"posim" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"posim" Discussed on WCTC

"Tbi i can hear that and no right away a lot of those says he saw tread this very memorable intro sit you it no matter who does you know them instantly are lonnie in florida law needs is sharing a story we have no way how to verify it but somehow i thanked lonnis not posim hair lonnie tell us i i i like you have happened via require hurt you're talking about margaret credit or an era i work together for about fifteen years iras according to repair water all over the carjon were in las vegas with many television shows together and i just wanted to thank you for sharing the nice things about somebody who was so underrated and never really got the recognition that he really deserves it was truly one of the greatest figure it out of business no doubt one of the best guitar are you lonnie schorer yeah okay all right now it's why all okay well you've you've you are you at will lonnie schorer i'm glad well lonnie schorer you you did whole areas things with him to back in 1979 up when i was looking looking up it's the stuff to play for the show today you came up allott and a lot of the videos with glen campbell so did you did you play i work go ahead i'm sorry no go ahead you you talk radio so you yeah so you lie yeah you didn't play you you wrote bits with him what raymond look pull up some of the things is the kids here don't know what i'm talking about but you did a uturn a lot of stuff for a lotta people though not just glenn campbell we were all laughing i'm a i'm performing no little bit after that performance could radio i was i was the cool head liner in fact we did a lot of special aristotle's work him and we worked are all concerts usually supporting actor and he would i can tell you the proper profitably we were closer than brothers and when.

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"posim" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"I just don't think that's true we should have heart and yet i dunno i just think they're i've met plenty of comedians who make the verbalize more what's going on in their lives are there lots but are just dysfunctional or dysfunctional as any other human being i mean if you talk for ten minutes to anybody like i don't care who it is something weird going to come out like blake there's just a tremendous amount of things that go on spoken in everyday life in that comedians the fact that they speak about it does make them targets of like oh gosh you you have those thoughts not me hooker posim we from what i've met the canadians i've met it's not a negative judgement but i think the tends to be more true among comedians then say relief pitchers or longhaul truckers that's all i'm saying well we can agree to disagree yes and we could also agree that we do need that study on longhaul truckers oh my god for sure how are they and you know what that is one of my deepest desires for sports is them when they do their pre and post game analysis to have an emotional element to a new good i would be so much more into watching football if there was like yeah love this game i love i'm real excited for the game today you know what i'm good at this game and you know just makes me think about how.

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"posim" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"posim" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Is running hut ask soft she added like the black sally in that clip now really see like the black lien meesom because he isn't she is running like sheep that they do posim should are like lafraie can leaves a little lower walkietalkie behind and she's like give me mapo rebecca somebody wanna their lifelock you bitch are good luck now we are now as you might not find you and i will kill you ice contrasted tell him what you know what i hold off on that are hold off on antibodies his start we have special center skills o'hare to hear i call tissue tribute band here a skull run in her as of martin she run a modern tom cruise his bit right away a yes yes way she the time crew tycoon friday yeah he like share it with this epa it's it's is her trying to get us i'm back as we said in the bank with her with the hello boy frankie right here is that at the beginning of the movie they want you to know really that this is all she has she's got a shitty job as a waitress amis some of the worst customers you could ever have i mean they number booed that the bhutto pass holes messing with her she is even divorced trying to be cool you know okay with the new chippy that that that that uh that that that dad has because she don't ever won't frank it it feel any kandahar she motions a hatred i anger because i don't want to lose frankie.

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"posim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"posim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Being her local mp and tell me a little bit about that in how active give is he in the constituency as posim in the constituencies or lease is is known is glove that have been to lots of local events that he's been ah over the years i'm i am no longer live in a constituency but when i was growing up i grew up in constituency and he was very visible and for my mum when i was she got married to amana live than england and she moved to england and she transfer process my visa and home power from nigeria and that was very difficult for thinking appeared on them she turned to you know lawyers as well as our local and be on your local mp jeremy corbyn road wrote tons and tons of letters and she or lose drummed into meal remember mungo coup of it did when i started votes it it without you have to vote for who let let them i mean to be to be fair if mps a meant to work for that constituents other i mean i mean you know jeremy corbyn a lot of people shudder at the thought of him leading britain because they feel his economic policies would take us backwards would be a disaster however the economic policies of blood moment or not work kinnock leyla working for people because people are whilst off the now been for a long time and so often come try little tentative this worth tried an alternative or mean the people peop and as well as the majority of people that shadow of people that are that do a lot of money corporations and people are not i don't know about that no honestly and i'll opened this up to two lindsey and clear but i mean alex can i just ask you one question before before i do that and look it again a lot of people arguing it's all well and good for jeremy corbyn to lead the labor party he safe as long as he doesn't have to be tested and actually have to put his policies into practice would you agree with that when i'm not sure that his untested i think has been a political later who's been more tested jeremy corbyn over the last two years in front of the from the money.

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