35 Burst results for "Power Up"
Washington Post: Trump Justice Department got reporters' phone records
"Trump's Justice Department secretly God Washington Post journalist phone records and tried to get their email records. The paper reports. The department's actions were in response to post reporting in the early months of the administration about Russia's role in the 2016 election. We spoke with Washington Post reporter Devlin Barrett about all these when he was president. Trump's certainly complained mightily. About leaks of all kinds, not just of classified information, but just information that he didn't like having out there. But the reality is that these sorts of investigations and these sorts of subpoenas of reporters phone records. Happened in the Obama administration. They happened in the Trump administration, and we see them carrying over into what we learned today. It is a product of the last 20 years of, frankly, the national intelligence apparatus and how the government works now. And I don't expect it to go away. No matter who the president is. Post managers, As you could imagine, say they're deeply troubled by this use of government power. They are demanding an explanation from the Justice Department, which is defending its decision to subpoena post reporters records as an investigative step of last resort that was not taken lightly.
Boris Johnson's Party Sweeps Aside Labour in Another Northern Town
"The early hours of friday morning. The conservative party was declared victorious in the hearty poop by-election in this northern port town the Put on a whopping twenty. Three percent of their vocea or labor sorts vote full by nine percent. It confirmed that what happened in the twenty. Nineteen electra was not aware of vote appears to be a structural realignment taking place in british politics. The pattern hockey was replicated elsewhere with bent helped in returning a resounding victory as many of the tees valley region at a toby's gang council seats elsewhere in the country which is quite a feat for party. That's being power for a decade. All this puts pressure on kissed overstated ship of what he goes next. Steve read the shadow. Local government secretary told the bbc that labor would have to change. More radically was for me as a labor party. Member absolutely shattering to see a conservative m elected in a place like hotly pool. After nearly fifty years and i think what this shows is that although we have started to change since the cataclysm of the last general election that changes clearly not gone far enough in order to win back the trust of the voters. And we've seen that in spades. Haven't been helpful
Proposed Tariff a Disincentive for Household Renewable Energy
"Scheme has been mooted to make us pay to put our excess energy into the grid as sola peaks in household systems. And we have spare. Is this a good idea. He alison crook a former australian businesswoman of the year. I have talked on. Previous science shows about our social enterprise in other community energy. Australia's first community owned energy retailer and about a vision for self sustaining. Resilient communities in which power is generated stored and shade locally. No one is left behind in the shift to renewables. Jobs are created locally and money is kept circulating in communities in our is now almost five years old and we have much to celebrate. We now service. The whole of new south wales and have just moved into southeast queensland whereabout to install efforts community sized battery athas social impact solar garden for community groups and low income households is operating. And we'll be reporting soon. Unauthorised pilot micro agreed fifty percent. Our profits will go back to the communities of customers and already through the generosity of customers. We've been able to provide sizeable sums to groups such as the black guy liberation ladder and the bushfire relief if it's ablaze. Eight and red cross during covid. Nineteen in twenty twenty. Some of our wonderful customers even made the solar credits on bills available to pay for the energy of households that were struggling working with community groups around the country where on the way to proving that energy companies can operate at community level and be hugely beneficial while doing so. But today i'm here to talk about a recent draft ruling by the australian energy market commission. The emc on excess pricing and incentive arrangements for distributed energy resources or as the headline news has it attacks on solar. What's to be clear. The ruling declared that the export of energy from households and other small providers by distributors. That's the polls and was is a service and it permits the distributors to charge for this service in the same way that we're currently charged by distributors to bring energy to us. The ruling has been made because agreed was constructed for one way energy flows and it is gradually becoming incapable of supporting the two way energy flows involved in twenty-first-century energy system with its massive amounts of domestic and business solo and storage already twenty percent of customers in the national electricity market have rooftop solar and this conservatively expected to double or even triple by twenty forty and all would expect to be able to export any excess energy to the
Talks 'Intensify' on Bringing US Back to Iran Nuclear Deal
"While powers have held a fourth round of high level talks in Austria aimed at bringing the United States back into the nuclear deal with Iran with both sides signaling a willingness to work out the major stumbling blocks the US pulled out of the line market two thousand fifteen deal in two thousand and eighteen after then president Donald Trump said the pact needed to be re negotiated the deal how to promised Iran economic incentives in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program and the trump administration it re impose heavy sanctions on the Islamic Republic in an unsuccessful attempt to bring Tehran into new talks Iran reacted by steadily increasing its violations of the deal which is intended to prevent the country from obtaining nuclear weapons I'm is area Shockley
Environmental Concerns Arise Over Energy Needed To Mine Bitcoin
"Making or mining. Bitcoin requires a lot of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels now at the same time states are making a push for clean energy. So does something here have to give. Here's von golden from member station w. skg in new york's finger lakes about one hundred. People are walking down the shoulder of a highway overlooking seneca lake. They're heading down to the greenwich generation. Power plant the natural gas-fired facility generates some electricity. Oh what's gotten. The attention of. The activists is their generation of bitcoin. They're protesting today. Because greenwich is looking to expand. Its bitcoin mining. That would probably mean burning. More natural gas emitting more greenhouse gases. Yvonne taylor is vice. President of seneca lake guardian and is leading the opposition to greenwich. We simply cannot allow this ludicrous scheme of burning fossil fuels to make fake money in the midst of climate generating or mining. Cryptocurrency is complicated. there's no actual mining the gist. Is that a whole lot of computers. Do a whole lot of calculations to create digital currency that requires a ton of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels. And that's the case with greenwich. The plant isn't always producing electricity for the grid so a few years ago. They figured out they could make a profit by using excess power to mind bitcoin. Dale irwin manages. The plant came up to that. It was a very good business solution for irwin. Won't say exactly how much more the plant will emit with its expansion. Only that it'll be in compliance with its
Troubles Pile up Ahead of Ethiopia's First Polls Under Abiy
"Tens of millions are expected to vote in critical national polls in June. They'll be the first parliamentary elections since Prime minister at the Cabinet came to power three years ago. The BBC's Calculon you, Belle tell looks ahead. What the elections mean for Africa's second most populous nation. Maybe he's just come. Pains are gearing up and voting day is fast approaching. It's an election marred with controversy long before its season began. It was supposed to be held last year when the pandemic hit. It was rescheduled. Delay amplified tensions between the federal government and the other leaders. Off progressed. It Ushering in a disastrous conflict. Now it's six months. 1.7 million people are food different. Thousands of Children have been separated from their families. At the time. Political elites integrate accused the prime minister of attempting to stay in power illegally and help their own regional election which the government in at this intern deemed unlawful. In other parts of the country. Violent incidents have continued to claim civilian lives, disrupting the electoral process. In the most populous cystic or MIA, two major opposition parties are not running concerns over on a better violence in the absence off some key opposition groups prompted some, including a number of U. S senators to call for Paul's to be rescheduled again. Meanwhile, the European Union has canceled plans to send election observers next month. It couldn't agree with the Japan authorities over the perimeters off its mission. The government, however, size up holding elections are instrumental for upholding democracy. Democrats in Daytona guff, everyone competing parties, the public. The government have to work with a great sense of responsibility so that democracy is not aborted so that there's no turning back from the journey was started from which we saw a glimmer of hope those of us Ethiopians who do not wish to see a kind of
Will the Boston Bruins Ever Fix Their Power Play?
"Those practices that burns will have, I imagine a large portion, it's going to be devoted to fixing that power play, just because it's been stuck in a rough way for a long time, I think since April 8th, the Bruins have six total power-play goals and four of them have come from Craig Smith. And and another one is kind of stupid crazy. I mean, you can make the case. You like just from the I test that the second unit has looked a lot better than the first for a long, long time now. So they have to do something to to get that first pulp a unit rolling. Whether it's worth switching a Personnel or Bruce Cassidy is always identified troubles with entries as being a thing that's really going to hurt that top power-play unit over the last month. So I think they've got to really kind of fix that and not make it be you know I don't think you want you expect you to jump from where it is right now to all Cynthia not top three unit again right. I don't think you're going to have that whether it's just like it's not the cards at guys on exit game. I'm gonna Torey Krug. Yeah, yeah, exactly. I don't think either you're going into it. Expecting them to cash in on, you know, thirty percent of their chances, but you're still need more than the output. You're getting off. Because I think you know, right now the Bruins is, the deadline are outscoring teams at even-strength 37 to 15, which is crazy. It's crazy that there there's going this many of the 2011 Bruins now, where it's like, wow, they're, you know, they're dissecting teams on even strain for them to hopefully, kills, all the momentum. Pretty much been the case for a month now. So if you even get that power-play back to, you know, 20% over this this long stretch, it goes a whole a long way. Especially in the playoffs, in terms of Just Landing more punches against the opponent's. So I think in terms of x's and o's power plays probably stands out the most to me. Yeah.
The Search for a Better EV Battery as Customer Demand Rises
"More expensive models are going to have even longer ranges were go. What would be about the same as a small car. Get on a full tank of gas. That stand guerrino from inside climate news and he's been following new kind of space race in electric vehicle batteries. And i'm npr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton hutler today on climate cast. How quickly is ev battery tech evolving. Hi dan welcome back to climate cast and to be here. So you wrote about the quest for a solid state. Ev battery what are they. And how are they different from current ev. battery tech. so right now the battery. That is in just about ali's if not all either that i know of have a joe material a kind of a thick liquid material that is what the electrons pass through as they charge and discharge a solid state battery is designed in which those electrons are passing through a solid material. The reason that that's potentially a breakthrough is that it takes less space to have the same amount of energy passing through a solid than it does through a gel on so you can pack more batteries into the same space more power into the same space which leads to longer ranges. it also can lead to faster charging times as far as automakers. We know tesla has led the way in. Ev technology which other automakers are now going all in on ev technology. Just about every major automaker is at the very least talking a lot about their vm. Bishen volkswagen is the company that could probably make the strongest case right now that it is investing the most heavily and making kind of a a top to bottom transformation into an e company.
Microsoft Sets out New Data Storage Options for European Customers
"Microsoft president brad smith announced eu commercial and public sector. Customers will be able to store and process most of their data within the eu by the end of twenty twenty two microsoft calls this the eu data boundary for the microsoft cloud which will be available as an option across azer microsoft three six five and dynamics three six five microsoft or the guidelines by leading companies store their own data in the eu and the new plan exceeds legal requirements by including processing of personal data including data used by microsoft to provide technical supports. Ibm announced a two nanometer node. Chip can't get too much smaller. There's only two nanometers left claiming it offers forty five percent better performance at the same power compared to the current seven nanometer processes out there with a potential density of three hundred thirty three million transistors per square millimeter. Ibm did not announce details on the test ship or even when a two nanometer process would be ready for mass production. But the i believe the ibm press release read i billboard will publish a new daily chart ranking of the most popular songs in the us based on twitter conversations creatively called the billboard hot trending powered by twitter according to twitter's head of entertainment partnerships sarah rosen. Music is the most popular conversation topic on the platform. Twitter also announced new video partnerships to make live and on demand shows with billboard but also with genius refinery twenty nine tastes made the mlb nbc olympics and nbc universal news the nhl ride games and the wnba nintendo forecast a twelve percent drop in sales of the switch for the financial year ending march. Twenty twenty two because of expected lack of parts nintendo expects to sell twenty two point. Five million switches this year but that's compared to twenty eight point eight million last year. A nintendo also reported that it has now sold a total of eighty four point five nine million switches since launch
Rage, Rage Against the Dying of Moore's Law
"The tech industry is continuing to rage rage against the dying of moore's law. Ibm says it has created the first ever to nanometer chip which ibm says could improve performance by forty five percent at the same power or five percent energy at the same performance compared to seven nanometer. Chips quoting mantech. Every decade is the decade that test. The limits of moore's law and this decade is no different with the arrival of extreme ultraviolet or e uv technology the intricacies of multi pattering techniques developed. On previous technology nodes can now be applied with the finer resolution that e uv provides that along with other more technical improvements can lead to a decrease in transistor size and ebeling the future of semiconductors to that end today ibm is announcing it is created the world's first two nanometer node chip just to clarify here while the process node is being called to nanometer. Nothing about the transistor dimensions resembles a traditional expectation of wet. Two nanometers might be in the past. The dimension used to be an equivalent metric for two d. feature size on the chip such as ninety nanometer sixty five nanometer and forty nanometer however with the advent of three d. transistor design with thin sets and others. The process node name is now an interpretation of an equivalent to transistor design some of the features on the ship are likely to be low single digits in actual nanometers such as transistor finley protection layers. But it's important to note the disconnect in how process nodes are currently named often the argument pivots to transistor density as a more accurate metric. And this is something that ibm is sharing with us. Today's announcement states that ibm's two nanometer development will improve performance by forty five percent at the same power or seventy five percent energy at the same performance compared to modern seven nanometer processors ibm is keen to point out that it was the first research institution to demonstrate seven nanometers. Back in two thousand fifteen and five nanometers in two thousand seventeen the latter of which upgraded from sin sets to nanno sheet technologies that allow for a greater customization of the voltage characteristics of individual transistors. Ibm states that. The technology can fit fifty billion transistors onto a chip. The size of a fingernail reached out to ibm to ask for clarification on what the size of a fingernail was given that internally we were coming up with numbers from fifty square millimeters two hundred fifty square millimetres. Ibm's press relations stated that the fingernail in this context is one hundred and fifty square millimeters. That puts ibm's transistor density at three hundred and thirty three million transistors per square
Broadband Companies Paid for Millions of Fake "Net Neutrality" Comments to Regulators
"Among those behind millions of fake net neutrality. Comments filed with the FCC New York Attorney General Leticia James says broadband industry companies paid more than $4 million for a campaign that generated more than 8.5 million. Fake comments to the FCC to quote create the appearance of grassroots opposition to net neutrality rules. Another nine million comments supporting that neutrality were found to have been made by a 19 year old college student talks is Tanya J. Powers that neutrality bars Internet service providers from blocking or throttling Web traffic or offering paid fast lanes and an army trainees been arrested after
How To Stop Your Customers Walking Away
"How to stop your customers walking away when the wrong people find you. Don't want him to walk away when customers povey club. They're more like stay with you for the long run. The focus of this year. The media comes from ascension by on maidens bruce dickinson a recent active campaign event delivered by jason. Momoa answer to the question. What's the difference between a customer. And a fun. Bruce replied customer is a person who can walk away. Bruce doesn't want customers. He wants fans five zero prepared to stand in a wet field waiting for his bound to come to the stage. And it's not that different if your business. Perhaps the word fans might be taken a bit too far but at the same time. Everything feels better. When life isn't just focused on transaction exchanges from the media perspective. A customer would be someone who booked to attend one event and then didn't make any further appearance or would show up only sporadically in itself. Absolutely fine everything. We create will be embraced by everyone. But naturally i want to make turning up for event. Something of a habit from the of the media were nine events to the in person events that we make a comeback in two thousand and twenty one. I want people to enjoy each occasion and to be left wanting more. Perhaps it comes down to how you find a customer if only care about making a single sale cut corners the managed to convince them. That you're selling is essential. You might just close us out complete in the interaction. whilst that i'm believe in finding fans in a business context i think trenton and audience that develops into a community with community members on both. The long term is important. You don't have to aspire to happen fans but you should recognize that people feel good. Knowing they belong the power something community can feel only be achieved if people have an attachment. What you do it. People moving from being customers to community members is about stepping up a rung on the no light tressler staying around and you both being able to take something from your developing relationship and he listened to the lascaux to explain more for you when people come over to your side you have to prove buy into your world is a wise choice and that you won't let them down. This is king's people with you if you pause or stop activity. You're giving people a reason to walk away. It's why i kept you the media only going but ramp things up during the pandemic
Is Anthony Edwards One of the Best Athletes in the NBA?
"Edwards is a typical size Elite, Physical tools, like not just like good physical tools, like one of the five or six best athletes in the NBA in terms of the way that he translates explosiveness into power and into like body controlled. Pull up jumpers, right? Like it's just kind of a dog. It's kind of different beast in terms of like the smoke, but more. So he faced the music for a while and he started whispering, I don't know, like the background and he didn't play on the highest level here and there and like, it's still worked out, and
Interview With Jordan Tigani of SingleStore
"Welcome back listeners. To the humane podcast. Today we're talking about the future of intelligent edge thinking about how enterprises are powering their intelligent applications and fast analytics today. I'm brought to you with the chief product officer of single store jordan to ghani jordan. Donny comes with a rich background in the data industry. Today we're going to dive fast. Intelligent applications jordan. Thanks so much for joining us on the show. Thanks great be here to get to talk to you. Absolutely i know we talk a lot At single store about the applications and analytics that are being built but before we dive deeper into the product and the strong use cases. Can you share with our audience about you. Know where you've been and what brought you today to join single store for this next part of fast analytics and intelligent applications sure. I may a product person now. But i'm really offer engineer at heart. Being spent twenty years as an engineer and part of it engineering manager from kind of windows kernel to microsoft research worked at a couple of startups. Than i landed at google and it was right as google building. Its cloud and so i kind of stumbled onto this project called query was one of the founding engineers of google big query building out there their cloud data analytics Flagship will became their flagship. At the time was nobody was paying any attention to it so i ended up working on big query. I helped lead the engineering team and then the product team and You know having having gone from zero to you know where big quarry is now. I can't share any revenue numbers etc. But you know. I think it's one of the largest cloud data warehouses out there by revenue to put it that way and to sort of see that trajectory now single store meme sequel was them sequel at the time. Was you know somewhere at a point along that trajectory and it felt like it was on that same trajectory. It felt like you know. Meme sequel slash. Single store is where big query was. Just a few years ago
Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane
"Farming Loved the were farming. Because that's really what we're doing. We're planting seeds with this neighborhood in this neighborhood could really be any defined area that you choose. And we're planting. Seeds were cultivating were investing in this area. And we do that in a series of ways right. We do it through our intentional marketing. We do it through community events serving and giving back Things like that and just cultivating in overtime. It eventually grows and you become the neighborhood expert. The one that you know people think of when they think of selling i just took a listing last night when i was meeting with them. Of course you ask you know. How did you hear about me or what would you call me. And they said while we know that your number one in power ranch. No one sells more than you. We get your marketing pieces and we just knew that when we were ready to sell. You're the ones that we were gonna go with so that would full statement. Yeah it's such a good feeling to be like okay. i i've done. Goodbye added listing appointment. Go on its smokey recognized for that. Yeah well it's the result a don't let anyone volume out there. It's the result of a lot of hard work yet work. This is that something you do two or three hours a week of essen idea of maybe i don't know if you work on life of quarterly basis or whatever example that you can give a typical week or month. That would help people to understand. Just how intensely you do this mo new. I think tha that point just in general most people with farming. They think while. I mailed to this neighborhood for six months and i haven't got anything so it must not be working right or i. You know two months or two weeks or whatever and that is the biggest downfall to farming people. Why they don't succeed why they give up is because they don't stay consistent with that. I can tell you. I can look at my business from when i started until now in conceived little pops and from my i like pop was after eleven months of doing it consistently. I was like well like this works. They noticed me off on it started to pay
A Civil Rights History Lesson
"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement
World Kidlines: Biden Wants to Restart Nuclear Talks With Iran
"The joe biden administration wants to restart nuclear talks with iran. What does that mean exactly. Europe and the us wants to make sure that iran has limited nuclear abilities. So it can't make a lot of nuclear weapons iran once the freedom to use nuclear power which can also be used to heat homes. Joe biden's administration wants to get iran. More feed them to develop nuclear power with the understanding that it will need to be checked by outside agencies
Pimp My Language
"What americans have done with the language you guys have just while you've just done something you've put twenty twos on the english language. He's got rid of this pimp my language. That's what you've gone with. You know. I don't understand chatting to this woman downtown. Though the day she came up to me and she wanted me to see something. I don't know what though she was like. Oh my god look over ther look over. What's she's like. Oh the other. Look at that. Her and i said her she's like no har har two of them. I understand nothing. Even the small words just pronunciation small things that. Get you by for instance. I pronounce the opposites of ankle. As aren't i say my arts out here. You say my aunt which to me is an insect which made me look like an ass when my friend told me his aunt died house. Like so what. There's tons of those out there way to end the friendship. I couldn't get helped the other day when searching for a battery for my remote control. Because that's what. I say battery small form of power in america. You say battery which to me is a different form of power sponsored by chris brown. And you know what's understand. We live on different sides of the globe. So it's fine. The language will evolve. This is something. I've come it. But i hope i change one thing in your hearts forever. Just one thing. And that's is that animal in the wild. It looks like a horse. It has black and white stripes. Do me a favor from now on. It's not zebra. Okay it's zebra just like it's not deborah. It's debra structure of word plus you cannot name them because you do not have them
"power up" Discussed on F That Noise
"And if you look of the tim howard remake it looks like someone just told them jimi hendrix tied secure. It is a big obscure difference. Sorry folks just trust us. It's funny just laugh all right so the names are just flying. So he sees dropped their new album. power up and steve steve. You're the first one to kinda powered the fuck up. That's right i. I had kind of briefly heard about it. And jamie set me awake for word Shot in the dark which is their single. The first single. Marie and i listened to that thing a million times in absolutely loved it inside. Got me completely site for the album. Because i after their last album which. I wasn't huge fan of brian. Johnson had temporarily left. The band was having hearing issues. And that's when the ill-fated axl rose day started which in my opinion with With actual taking over bryan chants not being in the band. And then malcolm young dying. I was like that's it. There's no ac dc. To me was done will serve was a yeah. It was definitely done for him But on this album to branch out came back cliff. Wilson were williamson's back. i mean they. They can't remember their cousin russ ristic ill rhythm guitarist now young the the nephew that took chris. I think chris young. It's not quite. He's their nephew their cousin or something. I can't remember steve young. it's a hard name. He's just like them with pressure right and the fact at their bryan johnson just turned seventy three. Jeez i wanna say everyone else except for cliff. I think he's seventy and then everyone else is in the sixties To me i was telling you know only that got it anymore. The last great performance. I saw them give. They opened the grammy's few years ago and they look pretty good. But as you know kinda wrote him off. Until i heard that first song as It's and it's a great out against one of the defended. What what was the album the day before it was a black ice. No it was that added today only wasn't it wasn't like rocker bust rocker bust you. That one's kind of forgettable i was. I went through power up twice. And then i'm like you know what the cause i lost track of. Acdc since you know the the nineties probably most people did but as a what the fuck would what are they doing. and then i looked at the discography. And i'm like oh they won in two thousand fourteen so acute that up on spotify and that sound does not sound like ac dc's. I don't know what it was on whether it it sounded like an abortion version of acdc wasn't rocket was buzzed near exactly. They flipped a coin. Rocker buzzing we can all tell what side that coin landed on his chris but please a track off of rock robust that some like the way the album starts off. It just doesn't. It doesn't get you into like you. Listen to power up and from someone like acids fucking acdc. And you want to like. Hold your your hand over your head and started banging your head like beavis and butthead or maybe that was maybe it was just me. I don't know but it was such a different. This albums screamed like a return to that. Acdc sound that you would expect from acdc album. I don't know what did you guys think the a lot of the music was actually written by angus and malcolm died so this has a lot of a lot of the field of some of the earlier. Ones bryan johnson sounds maze. I think that's the big thing is. I think he sounded okay. The last couple of albums the he sounded raising years l. The last action unbelievably good on this. So good everything was so queen. I was probably biggest. Criticism almost sounded to clean It's like the new to l. to level must like that to look no stakes. No there's none of that cool studio noisier. It was so clean but man. This sound like acdc. It had to be allowed of leftover stuff. Previous recordings are or his. You need you right back in the eighties again. it's like you know whereas giulio or whatever.
"power up" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Says with Aaron Boone in the Yankees in mind, they managers handling of injuries ever come into play during end of the year voting for manager of the year. Or does it not simply because of how differently teams are impacted by injuries? There's no question. I think you agree with me. Josh that the context of the Yankee season is set up completely by what's going on with the injuries. So at the end of the year, and I'm not saying, this is the reason why they win, but, you know, the narratives going to be wow. Those greedy Getty Yankees one in spite of all those injuries. Aaron Boone was the manager. I think that will help as manager the your chances. What would you think I agree? And I think in general manager of the year voting tends to favor the manager who quote did the most with the least. And it's rare to think that a Yankee manager would ever do the most with the least just because they always have so much, but with all the injuries it absolutely plays a role in it. No question about it. Or? Dog the under go figure. And I and I mentioned to you. I do think that in this type of situation errands personality's perfect because he's going to be positive and he's going to be convinced on a daily basis. They'll find a way to win. Totally Dave crop is next at crop. David Dave says wire managers fixated on giving their starting pitchers rest when they barely go more than five innings in a given postseason anymore. It wouldn't make more sense to save more bullpen bullets for October. No. No. Because I think the use of the bullpen. The reason why they do the matchups isn't necessarily to save bullets on the starters. I think it's much more about trying to maximize the matchups in the moment on a given day. You know, if you have four right hand relievers throw really hard, you feel like that those guys might have a better chance for success. And you're starting pitcher facing the opposing line of a third time through but for some pitchers. Yeah. I think you're I think your point is will taken. I just don't think that's how managers think of it rebel sports at rebel sports one guys, which is more likely to happen. I if at all the Padres pitching fading or the Mariners offense go in cold. I think the Mariners gonna hit all year. I don't think they're gonna win. I think their defense is is really poor. So I say that if those two choices the Padres pitching fading is more likely you wonder how Chris paddock will hold up during the course along regular season. Which is why we've been talking about. You wonder why they didn't? NGO gonzales. You wonder why they didn't jump in Dallas Heikal once you made the decision to spend that kind of money Manny Machado couple more here. Let's do this one from Nick Molina at Nick Molina three Nick wants to know if you're surprised at the NFL west is as competitive as it is early on. Do you see this continuing and becoming yet another goat rodeo in two thousand nineteen if Nick got another goat rodeo because the Diamondbacks are shocked to me. Josh how you feel but that's a team when you trade Goldschmidt and young Patrick Corbin walk out the door. And you're ready to talk about Zach ranking with other teams you figure it's a rebuilding year note, not the case. Absolutely. Yeah. But I'm looking forward to seeing other rodeo that was fun last year. Let's do it. Again. Finally, Reggie deal at baseball. Nerd seven says BUSTER, let's say you're part of a team that designs a new stadium. Foreign expansion franchise in Nashville, perhaps what unique or cool features. Would you install in your ballpark? What would.
"power up" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Your patience and. Just kind of your work ethic because you have to, you know, have that patients only throwing three times a week when you start. But also, you know, you've got this four days of the week where you have to figure out like, whether it's weightlifting or, you know, maybe if you're tweeting your mechanics at all just kind of keeping yourself mentally locked in that whole time because it can get it can get really really, you know, long long boring, and Justin Burland IRS told me about as he came back from one of his physical issues that in the back of his mind. There's always that doubt as it still there, and he related a story of throwing spring training game and turning and looking at the radar gun gone. Wow. And is he told me the story actually broke out in goosebumps? And I'm curious if you had one of those moments, whereas you work any way back and you get into game for the first time. You're like, okay. It's here. Will I mean coming back from surgery? I I my stuff wasn't all the way back. There were definitely a couple of times. In twenty sixteen where kind of was uncertain about. What was going to happen velocity was really down. I didn't really have that confidence that you know. I felt like I was the same pitcher. So there were definitely a lot of moments where I felt like I needed to. You know, was still, you know, an option for me was something that, you know, I could actually, you know, continue doing it a high level that I you know, that I would be okay with and eventually my body kind of caught up. But no there was there was a time in twenty sixteen where I definitely kinda had to sit back and say like, wow, like is this is this something that I can still do or not. And you know, my my family kinda gave me that push saying, hey, give it everything you've got this rest of this year. And you know, we'll we'll see what happens next year and stuff like that. But it's a can definitely relate to him on that. So in light of that, it must have been cool. The first game. I saw you start this year was at April fourth start against the the cubs. One hit allowed six innings of what a perfect game for five and two thirds that must've been that night must have been so gratifying for you. Yeah. No, definitely was just the it was really nice. I put a lot of hard work in this offseason to kinda see come to fruition there with my first start having a really good spring and just feeling really confident just feeling like I know where the ball going just trying to attack hitters go after them and to be able to come out of that. It was it was definitely really special. Right. Ex- wife pre. She it's been fun. Watching you pitch this year. Don't you so much? I really appreciate it is full of surprises. Some sweet some heartwarming and some simply unforgettable this mother's day surprise mom with a gift to delicious to forget locally crafted fresh fruit distant.
"power up" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Thanks creed is off to strong start this year for the Atlanta Braves, two point three era in seven outings, including five starts and max, you know, it's been fun to watch your starts this year. Because it feels like knowing your background, your someone who has put a lot of time and a lot of effort a lot of thought into pitching you come a long way. And now it's all coming together for you. And I'm curious about for you because it is say you've been invested pitching a long time. When that you think of your journey really starting as a pitcher. Well, I thanks for having me. But I I mean, I did pitching and playing baseball since I've been five years old, whether it's you know, people, and then I had an older brother that I'd watch. He pitched a little bit in college had someone that was, you know, always kind of that. I looked up to, you know, grown up from a really young age to be able to, you know, see left-handed pitcher and be like, oh, I kinda wanna do that. But for me, it was mostly I played bunch of sports growing up. It was mostly basketball football baseball up until high school, and then was mostly basketball baseball high school and didn't really take. I didn't really have full focus on baseball my senior year. So I would always be coming off the basketball court coming right into season. So my senior year decided oh kinda wanted to, you know, take more of a, you know, put more focus into into baseball on especially touching and say, you know, that team years when I kinda gave it, you know, the full effort and from there just kinda just year after year just trying to perfect the craft and really just trying to learn. Myself and learn myself as pitcher so what led to that decision to choose baseball over some of the other sports. Well, I mean, always been better baseball. It was more of I enjoyed being an athlete or like, you know, playing the outfield. I like, you know, run on the wing in the basketball court. So it was just more of I just wanted to keep playing as long as they could. And then, you know, I've got some interest from scouts, you know, maybe the area code team so since cow through, you know, especially interest. So I kinda just said, hey, like might as well give this, you know, the best chance that I have. And really just, you know, put my all my offered in CR takes me, anybody seen you pitch knows that one of your distinguishing characteristic says a pitchers at great curb all you have what's the the history of that? When did you learn to throw that who helps you with that? So kind of a pitch that I've always had. I mean, I probably started throwing it at you know, Levin or twelve and it was more of just a progression. It was like a very simple simple groups that tried to just allow me to not hurt my arm at a young age like limiting the number of throws that I had with it. But also just trying to make sure the mechanics of throwing that pitch out of young age. We're trying to protect, you know, elbows shoulders and just the amount of throwing that you do and still growing. You don't wanna put yourself in jeopardy. So just kind of like finding a grip that felt really good to me. And then from there, just, you know, doing different kinds of drills and just progressing as I grew and got older and learn more about my body, and you know, the feel and the touch of the tich- is then. It was just more of just a just an easy Russia. And it seems like that you have such a great feel for the pitch because you are able to very speeds on it. You know, I'll see throw it up to seventy eight, but you also drop down seventy two how long they take you to do that. Learn how to do that. That's just kind of the pitcher is then I've always I've always been varying in my philosophies, whether fastball curveball, you know, change up sometimes like there was something that, you know, Reggie Smith kinda was instilled in me and said that you know, you need to disrupt the hitter's timing..
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"But also that he isn't always going out there and just allowing that and I thought that was incredible. And it's so much fun in it. So, you know, this is why baseball is awesome. That it was Adriana. You know, it wasn't some of these guys that we've seen really mashing the ball in the twins. And there are a lot of them. But he's not on that list. And he's the one who gets Bert Lander. And they get the win Sacira all year, you're gonna have incredible home run numbers to bring to us. But I'm looking at a set of numbers, which I think might be the most incredible in baseball in they're not positive numbers. That's the number of home runs allowed by the Baltimore Orioles. So far this year. Seventy one homers in thirty games. And look we can't do the pace thing and expect the numbers will play out. But the Orioles are not good. We know they're probably going to sell off any they're decent pitchers. Who are okay during the course of the year. They may not only break the record for most home runs allowed. It's possible. They're going to allow over three hundred homers during the two thousand nineteen season. That's insane. Yeah. And it's I mean, it's a combination of so many factors. But that ballpark. We don't really talk. We talk about Yankee Stadium as their being a lot of home runs in a couple of places. We don't talk enough. I don't think about how many home runs get hit at Camden Yards. But when you look at the most home runs over the last three years by ballpark, something like that. It's like top two or top three. And that's they've had some decent pitching in that span. It's not just their pitching. It's also the ballpark. So that is not going to help them in the pursuit of not allowing three hundred home runs. And I've told this story before in the podcast when I covered the Orioles. Some of the Oreo pitchers were convinced that three sixty four Mark in left center field three hundred sixty four feet was not right. And they ran a tape measure out there. Cording to pitchers I talked to. I don't know if this still stands, but according to them who's three hundred fifty feet. It wasn't sick. And this year definitely is playing like that Sarah, thanks for doing this. Thanks so much for having me about star..
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"Sarah, you like everybody else has been talking about Cody Bellinger, the amazing improvement that he's made his a hitter. Tell me what you've seen in him. So for this year. Yeah. You know, it sort of feels like one of those fun revenge tours where his revenge is just kind of against himself. You know, we saw what he did in the postseason. We saw what happened him in the World Series. And it just feels like he's out with vengeance to not let that happen again. And it's so exciting. And by the way, he's not just playing well, he's playing like MVP caliber. Needs a one four one three. Oh PS which if he keeps that up through tonight, which he had the exact same move. Yes. At the end of the night each of the last two nights. So he might he's very consistent that would be the eighth highest in March April of any player with seventy five plate appearances ever. And of those top ten actually the top eight four of those went onto win MVP. Some guys got hurt some guys working, you know, clearly doing some April stuff, but it doesn't really feel like that's what Cody bellinger's doing it. Feels like this is Cody Bellinger for this year, which is really exciting to watch because we've seen him hot four. But when he is basically his many home runs as strikeouts. That tells you that he's really affected some great changes in swing. All right. Let's play the numbers game number three. Number three is nine hundred seventy seven. That's how many home runs we've had so far in April and we've got one day left. Now, that's just April. We're not including March. So that we can make an apples to apples comparison. But if you do include March, it's more than a thousand. Just you know, Aratu actually more than one thousand one hundred. Anyway, this is the most home runs we've ever had in April that nine hundred seventy seven number and the previous record was nine hundred thirty one we broke that on Sunday with the second home run of the game. We're saying home runs at a crazy rate, and the thing that's really interesting potentially shocking to me is that that nine hundred thirty one was in two thousand it wasn't in two thousand seventeen when we set the home run record. So if we're already at this pace now where are we going to end up? I have no idea, but it's going to be very big number number two. Number two is six thousand five hundred fifty. That's how many strikeouts we've had in April this season. It's already the second most any April an MB history and the record of six thousand six hundred fifty six is definitely going to fall tonight. We have fifteen games. And there were I believe maybe a. Hundred and fifteen hundred twenty last night with like eight game. So it is going to fall. And you know, this is what we're getting used to write more home runs, which I just said and also more strikeouts. We set the strikeout record each season since two thousand eight I remember we include those in those Senate baseball packets like I don't think we've even done it over the last few years because we just know it's always going to get set. But each year since two thousand eight were saying the strikeout record, and it feels like we're going to again, number one number one is too. So last night the twins beat the Astros one nothing on a solo home run from era Adriaan off Justin Lander. So how rare is that where the two comes in? It was the second time in Verlinde career that his team lost one nothing on a solo home run that he'll out it was his four hundred twenty six career start. The only other time was may thirteenth twenty sixteen in Baltimore on a six inning home run from Adam Jones. I just think that speaks to. You know, run support that he's gotten..
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"Great young left-hander for the Atlanta Braves. It I was watching their game last night. They might saroka who's supposed to be the best of this group of young starting pitchers, man. He was terrific against San Diego and to watch his stuffing, and sort of watched the way that he's carrying himself on the mound. I'm looking at the national yeast and know the Phillies really haven't taken off in the Mets of Ed some injuries, and they're trying to get Noah Syndergaard, right? And they're kinda slogging along then nationals are clearly having some bullpen problems. I still feel like I picked the Braves to win this division before the year. Started just watch these feel like the Braves are putting together their pitching as the season goes along. What do you think? Yeah, I'm sure you feel a little better with the way freed and saroka have pitched. I mean, he's not supposed to be a big huge strikeout guy. But he has twenty one in sixteen and two thirds innings. So. Far. So he's getting I think even more swings and misses than than people might have projected the way he kind of more of a control guy in the minors. So yeah, that's looking like a really good one two punch. We know the lineup is going to be very good throughout the year. So yeah, the way the other teams are struggling it's gonna be a dogfight all year in that division. It probably comes down to health. But yeah. Like the Braves, you know, a lot more than I did the start of the year because of the emergence of those two young starters and unassuming you like the cardinals better than you did at the start of the season they won again, they're eighteen and ten you. And I talked last week the week before about the remarkable depth on this roster in recent years. There've been times when you looked at the cardinals bench, and they really didn't have a lot not this year. I mean, they are stacked and every day it feels like Mike Scheldt their manager has a lot of great choices who is going to start on the platoon advantages. We're getting ready for Sunday night baseball. The cubs are scheduled to start Jose contain a left-hander. I wonder if Joe Madden might change that after he looks at the split numbers again against it from the cardinals right hand hitters because they just Reckem, you know, you've got Jose Martinez. And last night's game called one comes off the bench Dexter Fowler. Not great against lefties, but he's really good against righties. Tyler O'neil Harrison baiter as he struggled offensively. They worked in other guys in the outfield. It's such a deep lineup. And it's why I think it'll be around all year. Yeah. That's really good point gets left east because baiter he's pretty good against lefties. He can play Jose Martinez. He's crushed lefties in the past. I mean, he wasn't even in the lineup at the start of the year. He's in three three fifty one getting playing time because of some injuries. Yeah. Best lineup. They've had you know, really since what the the Scott rolling Albert holes teams. Right. Jim Edmonds back in the mid two thousand when they won a hundred games and back to back years. Yeah. I pick them to win the wild card at the start of the season. I would certainly flip that and pick them to win the division clearly them the dodgers. Look like the best team in the National League right now. In later in the week on Thursday were scheduled to speak with their goal to covers the cardinals for the Saint Louis post-dispatch we've spent so much time talking about the Blue Jays with all the focus being on glad America, rare junior. But big picture when you look at what's going on for the Blue Jays this year. It feels like that the clouds that have been around this organization for a couple of years. They're opening up, and separating everything seems to be coming together. Not only with the essential of prospects light Vlad junior..
"power up" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"They don't even have the worse record right now. But I think things are only going to get worse. Once the Yankees get everybody back in the Red Sox start heating up, and they gotta play those teams of bunch of times. It's gonna be a long hot miserable summer in Baltimore. Yeah. So in thinking about the home run numbers this morning. I was thinking about the it reminds me of the most enjoyable with -able game. I played his kid, which was homerun derby, my late friend Day-Lewis in. I would stand outside of his barn. It we try to hit home runs over his barn to the point. Where each pitcher was obligated to help out the oppo the opponent. In other words, I had to lob it in there for Dale. He would tell me. Okay. I want it about high right about here, which you had to do to launch it over the peak of the barn. I'm guessing you did the same thing now. Yeah. So I had my friend Cam we'd play over at his house. And we had one rule. We couldn't hit the Plumtree because that was an automatic. Out because his mom would you know, not enjoying that too much. We had hit it over the garden was an automatic home run your onto the roof of the house. But I don't know if you did this. We had a rule with the pretend we were certain team and bat like that lineup. So I was always the eighty two brewers Harveys wall bangers, you know, if it was ceaseless Cooper had the bat left handed in you know, lean way back in the batting stance. Oh, good times. Yeah. Josh, I'm assuming you do that as well. Right. It's something course. Yes. Yeah. I'm not. I'm not too young to have done that one question. I have for you. Have you played with a ball since you got the poison Ivy. No. Because I was curious. He's talking about the stitches being ripped up like no power. Right. I can't even imagine. What would happen to the skin on my legs? If I try to keep in mind, you're also on steroids right now. So I assumed that it did with a home run derby, you'd launch about seventy those bad, boys. Any numbers put together this summer? Those an ineligible examined any records that Cooperstown. Exactly. What was the was the land of the the derby game you play Josh? Like in terms of. Well, so we could get ten swings. No matter what. But it's all about the the venue. It's all about the shirt, of course, cooler someplace like that well have to hit it. Oh, one of my best friends built a green monster in his backyard. And so you'd have to hit it over the monster that Countess too if you just hit it into the woods period that countered as one and on top of that you had to go and find the ball, I'm guessing clearly. Yeah. Luckily, there was a dog who went into that. So you remember the dog's name. Fenway. Not kidding. Wow. You're making this stuff and not making it up. I'm not gonna that. Hey, I can tell I can tell what Josh lies later in the podcast going to be talking to max free. The great young left-hander for the Atlanta Braves. It I was watching their game last night. They might saroka who's supposed to be the best of this group of young starting pitchers, man..
"power up" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"You know, what maybe I'll work in a second place fly for Tim Kirch in or maybe they'll be some weird defensive play that we can work into the highlights 'cause you just so many home runs. It's crazy. We did have a bunch homerun highlight last night. We might get to that later. But yeah, remember all those home runs. The Mariners were hitting at the start of the season. Well, they're not even on pace now for the most in the league that's the twins twins. Mariners brewers all on pace for more than three hundred home runs. It's incredible. The Anki just at the record last year with two sixty seven we're obviously on pace to shatter the league wide record by more than three hundred that was set two years ago. It's the modern game is out to dinner last night with our fantasy buddies care bell and tristen cock Roth. And I was complaining about the NBA all that is now is three pointers, then they said, well, you better not complain about baseball. Because all it is home runs. It is the game of two thousand ten. I got to tell you. I really feel like after talking this spring with some valuate is working on a piece right now on this that what we're seeing is you remember gestures to old. Remember this movie? The revenge of the nerds. Okay. John young. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. But revenge in the nerds was like, you know, the nerds fightback after being bullied, I feel that's what's going on with hitters in major league baseball where the last four years opposing offices, basically stacked up all these relievers ninety five miles per hour. Plus in this spring self Asana said to me, he's a coach with the Braves. Now, he said it's very clear that you're seeing hitters make adjustments that they're getting velocity even at the top of the strike zone. Paulin bikinis to be on tomorrow. He'll dig into some of those numbers which absolutely back that up, and I think that this this year what we're seeing with home runs. A lot of people are going to say juice ball. I think it's much more about great athletes, making adjustments to the high velocity. We've that we've seen come into the game in recent years. No, I agree. He remember after the two thousand fourteen season. What offense really cratered that year lowest level and couple of decades? Aids. And you know, the spring training fifteen we're all doing these stories. What's wrong with the hitters? Nobody can hit anymore. And yet they've made those adjustments swing harder launch angle. They've mostly as you just said adapted to hitting that high velocity. Yeah. It comes with all the strikeouts. And maybe the ball helps a little no doubt. But absolutely tremendous athlete s- bat speed is paramount. That's why we're seeing younger and younger players because guess what they have quicker bats. Then guys that are thirty eight. It's a power game power pitching power hitting. And I don't think it's going to change anytime soon. No. And I think Cody Bellinger, probably embodies the best of that. Right with all the home runs hitting while reducing strike has this year with the jesmyn that he's made that's on the good side on the bad side. What about the Orioles? I was looking at these numbers this morning and use like oh my God. Seventy three home runs allowed in their first thirty games the next closest team in home runs allowed the cardinals with fifty one eight allowed twenty two more homers already than the next closest team has looking at this opponents PS against the Orioles this year, nine twelve. So basically, everybody against the Orioles is Alex bregman. And I think it's a summer goes along. We're going to be asking ourselves the question. What are the Orioles going to contend for the title of worse team ever what he the at? I think they might the home. Run pace is incredible throwing pays for cool out three hundred ninety four the records to fifty eight by that sixteen reds. I sit on pace. I didn't say it on pace. Those slowdown right on the other hand if any pitcher gets hot they might trade them for prospect. Yeah. Worst team ever. Yeah. I could see it. I mean, they've already churned through twenty five pitchers granted to those position players. Ten and twenty..
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"Gandois yes stratum coffee by hey the more wind jamri's copies there are the vetter jumped so uh it's kind of like air hockey your ping pong yeah kinda a and i should mention the oculus party but anyway um so you are a guy on one side of the court another side of the court in her throwing the you're trying to throw a frisbee pass the other one is very fast you can side and catch the frisbee and if you puppet up in the air you can power up uh that's when this yeah how is that the best way to describe really wanted to get the frisbee pass european it you're just started throat from one from your and pass them to have near that have given missile strike arrows something hero league missiles that he errol the missiles that yes that sounds right yeah missile city ayroldi yeah that was fun it was fun very simple controls i reminded me a lot of one of my favorite old school games wind jammers super dodgeball us that were dodgeball revolving ball i loved all of those ice hockey there yeah nice head on a day we ah very reminiscent of that it is a straight up copy of wind jammers mmhmm but shudder to the graders for her coming up with the version that had some sort of difference so that they could get out there not could suit so good offices gives a festive like in your impending legislation beer impending uh litigation good luck at uh cool but us our did you have a honorable mention that i haven't mentioned is that even possible damage what all of them what is kinda funny my honorable mention was guilt battle arena the as well uh what would where did it go for you at was that it was an honorable mention because again with me.
"power up" Discussed on Probably Science
"Power up again in fact we we need them for on on messenger on europa often you go behind moon where the sun is being eclipsed the eye so you're you're out of sunlight but you still need power for your instruments likewise when you go behind venus for solar probe and it does it means flybys it's going to be in the dark yet pitchblack so you need to have a battery to be able to run through those eclipses so yeah batteries a critical part of the right at the power system of course that makes sense so what are the actual tools that it's going to be gathering data with so it's a this is a part of the solar system that we have really no idea about right you it's it it's amazing how little we know about the sun from like a though the processes that are happening really close and we we have a good idea of how the solar wind comes to wasn't all that but all the processes that are going on right next to the sun we have no measurements there so we're gonna be measuring the magnetic field measuring the electric fields were going to gathering little solar particles um we have these particle detectors that are on board so all sorts of instruments that we have some imagers that are gonna try to image uh some of the solar wind from the krona really close mmhmm um but you know looking askew from the songs rocketed again don't look at flavor the pros gets over its as saying up populist you mean like sort of subatomic particles that's right that's right same that will be gathered in up like a particle accelerator that's exactly right so we're gonna we're gonna be trying to count the those the number of those particles set can understand how they are distributed what what what's accelerating them one at one of the weirdest things you know the sources of fastening place it's no big place but um somehow when when he's particles are coming out of the sun dig accelerated.
"power up" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks
"Which is about the say it's about same mckenzie usb dynamic mike that they sound great and they work radio and this one it does both used to be an excellent output so what that means is that the single mike i can you know use of maize zoom each six or if i'm just solo and just doing some intro outreau stuff i myself i can plug that in just via the eu's be adapter for i've had so it's very versed also i can use it either but the main external recorder or with just directly into the i've had which is really nice rate in the two thousand five also has the exoiler for a forgot i more often these days use it just to the usp because i am going direct in yeah one thing always with the usb mike though that's a concern is getting power and so there's enough power through the lightning the usp adapter on that had pro to tip power up that make without issue there is yeah majority the time no i'm actually using in the exfar mode so here's kind of the set up that i'm dealing with here so i'm running if it's an interview show i'll be running skype on my ipad with you know whatever notes i have in split screen and then i'm doing a output from the ipad using the headphone jack in the two zero t h six and is each six lets you do in input through this top capsule it has okay so you can do input there and scott hardware knob to control your gains i can your courting.
"power up" Discussed on WJR 760
"Your purchasing power up to the degree don't lose the lifestyle that you'd planned out for yourself and you mentioned the government in their rich sell let's talk about taxes to that's not necessarily something that's hidden noor all aware of taxes is being something that exists but what are some of the hidden things about taxes we might not necessarily be aware up until it's too late where you got everybody stopping money into these tax deferred accounts that's the issue because i i always say you have three buckets your taxable bucket tax deferred bucket it in taxfree bucket if that mental block at the tax deferred bucket these were the lion's share of the money is going which means when you pull that money out it's all going to be taxable when it comes out so the question is is where our taxes going in and then the third bucket taxfree 'cause we wanna keep moving money to the right from the taxable to the tax defer to the taxfree bucket and start taking advantage of things like the roth ira and possibly commencing your network may be a municipal bond portfolio cash value life insurance things that are going to give you taxfree income an ultimately the fourth walk it is that while transfer bucket at the end if it set a properly your estate will go incoming estate taxfree you know to your benificiary so there's some things you can planning you can do their that can uh can be very effective in minimizing the wealth transfer what i call well transfer tax so again it takes creating a tax plan at something that we do make available and in structuring things properly and making sure that every dime that you have fought is going to be a tax because we don't know where taxes are going to go down the road we have no idea if if we're going to give back to those more historical norms of sixty seventy percent on the the hyde marginal tax rates and then we're gonna wrap up here in a second and take a break but is there any other hidden expense that people need to know about be aware of well i mean.
"power up" Discussed on This Week In Marvel
"Lots of fun happening through this mike electric gets a like a power up to help fight uh arcade and his giro bought so it's big action big adventure uh it's fun love seeing arcade get his ass kicked always can always always could we get a little bit of a like why arcade is doing this and i liked did he referenced the at under serena stuff because that was the one thing about in beaten spoke brokers like i was like out subtle reset because he adds in pre significant character growth death and the definitely references in all fits and i like how it's done yet um and ultimately this sends electra off on her mission she is going back to new york city a i am group number two written by for hastings art by flabby on oh colors by marciel minhas and rush shell rosenberg letters by dzhokhar amanya groote is in terminal whole other dimension away from home he has been a helped out by this robot dog named body whose great wonderful design but he takes him to a village where they can actually understand him they say add there's a temple were there's universal translator so of course group wants to get there so he can explain to everyone what's going on people can actually understand him then this uh the thereof some sort of ruler are officer of the planet has their robots come back in form of what's going on at one point they lose their teeth it's all pretty crazy it's very all over the place there's there's sharks flying out of the sky there's dinosaurs there's bones getting chewed out yet it's it's a weird book the um but it's a lot of fun and a group makes it inside the temple where there are these bigmouth creatures foty on a really doing a great job sogelstein um they want snacks there is a hologram woman who is offering snacks respect going on with coins uh and then there's this threeheaded creature um who understands what's gone on the grew and the person who is reporting back um the the ruler the officers and we haven't got yet sane if they open the door the takes crude home it will destroy us all yet.