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"quercia" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

05:08 min | 7 months ago

"quercia" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"quercia" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"quercia" Discussed on Lovush

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"quercia" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"quercia" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"If you could figure out a new way to mop a all the smells positive and negative in the city and we did so using social media data in particular pictures that people upload liquid and I'm a research scientist so just imagine you upload a picture of flour and then you automated with the word Flower Greenery and we use those kinds of words to actually mop the smells capable of the city. And why did you want to do that? What is it about smells our noses? Big Data knows in the sense that it could smell possibly one trillion different kinds of smells and yet City officials focus on really specific types of smells. That usually bed all doors. The main reasons because smell is our to capture. That's why we needed a new way to answer to actually capture smell in the city so that we could only get away from focusing on the negative side and explored entire mouth spectrum. I understand you're launching a smelly maps website. So what will that let people do? Are they could do. Two main things one could look for the most pleasant Area in the city and Wayne is it so for example. You could ask questions like which is the most pleasant parts of London and then The website would point you at the location where the most pleasant smells are and is going to tell you also which is the best time. Let's say may a you could possibly I experienced that kind of the activity. You can do on Smelly maps could be that From point eight point be right now. Google that gives you the short direction whereas these these snap will give you the short direction. But he's also sort of Oil Factory Pleasant. Smelly maps are part of this broader project that you have to make maps that plan routes things like quiet or happiness or beauty. So what got you started on this This path how come we have the shortest path in any mopping application right now? Well the main reason is that because those maps are fought by ingenious. Like me like me. They do focus on efficiency But there is no reason to do that. Especially if you're thinking about experience of the city so there is no reason to you. Say Okay I'm I'm recommending you shortstop which is twenty minutes. And I'm not recommend the new the most listen path which is twenty two minutes so the only reason why That tees accessible is if we were to have ways of capturing inequality way the most place in parts of the city. But now we're starting to do these kinds of research and that's why we we started to do this kind of as Melian happy maps. I know that you're using techniques of Crowdsourcing and sort of online games to get the data. I tried out a couple of the games myself. Can you explain what you're doing but still the big problem? The big research problem is how do I quantify beauty quiet Nasr? What are the things that generally make people happy? And that's really difficult problem as because Beauty quietness and happiness are actually fuzzy concepts in also subjective. So the only way to know which scenes are actually consider by consensus. Beautiful is to run a game where you have thousands of people playing it and the game is that you get to show in two pairs of pictures and people in the player is which one is more beautiful between the two so if thousands of people play the game shirt is their scores on facebook and twitter then as a result you actually have a ranking old pictures by beauty you actually know mathematically where de consensus emerges it makes me think though about the places that are not on those kinds of maps right. I mean that doesn't mean that the weather urban blight or where there's a lot of poverty and things are overbuilt and there isn't a lot of greenspace that those end up kind of getting left off the map and people maybe end up less aware of them. Hold a totally. This is a big problem especially with the mopping up routes. So if you're basically excluding certain parts of the city then you're actually contributing to the probation on those areas but but you can use actually this tool to do exactly the opposite so in Barcelona. For example one of the problem is that the tourism concentrated in a specific part of town which is a central part in the oldest part of town. So residents are complaining about it and They're asking for a cup for tourists. And of course city officials are not very happy about it so one of the solution we folks about these why not exposing also to but also residents of the city to other parts of the city that they don't know about and there's still have some Eden James Ability so you can actually use this kind of research. You'll find these hidden gems inside those deprived communities. And then the idea. Is that if you expose the other residents of the city to those communities. Those those community would benefit as well Why do you think it's important? That engineers and technologists expand what they're doing beyond simply efficiency. Oh it's all about the experience so you had the Internet and then you had web and the Web was a collection of web pages then. Those webpages became web choosy zero. Because you did the social experience on top of it so you had all these social networking sites facebook Lincoln with friends and contacts and people were like minded and he's GonNa Happen exactly the same thing for the Internet of things. Internet of in two zero is going to be exactly adding to these collection of devices the social experience so how people use it how people experience them and it's actually a would make a lot of sands for new products new technology to actually think about these social experience so potentially in the future you could be doing map-making that's not just based on the way people tag images but based on the way people tagged physical objects in the Internet of things exactly exactly so the Internet thinks might help you to understand to get some signals right and then the main The main works should be about not how you make more efficient which might be alright but the main goal should be held to make more pleasurable experience people how to increase the well being of people so well being should be our target variable is researchers Rodin Dis opposition for efficiency. It's fascinating yell and we'll see if Our audience will go and Contribute to the crowd sourcing in the online games. Brilliant Sexual Watch. Danielle Quercia is a research scientist and one of the creators of SMELLY and beautiful maps. That interview was from. Twenty fifteen this is spark from CBC Radio. One of the great things about digital maps is that we can see so much of the world around us the town we live in the place. We grew up and cities. We wish we could visit in late. Two Thousand Nineteen. It was.

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"quercia" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

Girls Gotta Eat

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat

"And she's smart. She's trousers smart people. She knows what people right. So I think she's she's an empire. And she understands it. She's an she's very smart. She understands what she is. And she's not known about it. You know what I mean? So when she does like a panel on American idol where she does. I don't look at our. Oh, really, you're below that like Mariah. When she did the panel American. I thought you are one of the world's greatest vocalist. Do not put yourself here. Yeah. That was disappointing. A lot of the stuff that reality show. Like jaylo doesn't like look this bitch knows what she's doing. I mean, whatever boils down to substance, and you're like jaylo histories, like healthy doesn't drank like you have confidence. She's gonna pull it off. The other ones are little touching go. Trout star though, look at all these people that were child stars and never developed. So tag alley. So. Lindsay Lohan Britney Spears. Holy right layer, like you cannot be any of these people to be fucking normal through them on TV five years old difference. Someone like jaylo? Mariah Carey is. Sure. Mariah Carey has compl- Jlo's house. Also, jaylo will never ever ever ever know what it's like to change the world with just over Quercia, which is a huge different pressure. Mariah Carey out some right? Carries hustle. Wasn't do the acting. You know, it was just like I just have to have the voice wants the voice doesn't do. What you expect it to do? Can't imagine it's devastating and she could win Houston never did drugs or smoke. She would sound the exact day the voice, obviously matures, but she had such great technique pad to the bell salons amazing. It's still singing into the stratosphere every song starts. I mean, it's up in the strategy. So Mariah Carey. She sounds good. She's working at it doubted. But the voice she doesn't have the command over the voice the way she used to. All right. I like this new segment, I think that you might be on for ever do it with. 'cause you're so good at it. It's like someone else might not have the interest. And we what I like about this podcast is we don't ever really touch on pop culture. It's like there's plenty of does you can watch e all day long. You know, so we don't really ever need to do it. So it's fun. I know our listeners probably interested. So I think it's great oppressions are so spot. Thank you so much, but I wanna buy you. Are you had been about shark? We did like the fall from grace stars. But like are you beyond say fan? She say is amazing. Okay. Just checking. All right. We try make sure you're one of us. Hard to not like I think people who go after her like pick on things that are like say you pick on her legs. She's like private life. And isn't look she's an entertainer. She's entertaining. Isn't she she's producing music? She looks great dances. Great. She's an icon. Fuck off, right. She's the she's the most drama, you bother dragons a joke like the most trauma. She was ever involved. In was leeann happening around her. She wasn't even doing the drama. I say this all the time point one scandal out to me, eight years, don't get political Raina people come times, they're like don't get political. I'm like. We're not a fact I know people here I'm game. Mexican they want to build a double all around me people here Obama, and they're triggered. You're just a load in this like your glassed in. There's also steel around. To wrap up. I wanna know where people can find you plug all your stunned. So in whatever you want, you do a podcast with Emma Wellman on our show who we love so much. But anyways, you talk out where people can find you Instagram, your shows, etc. I'm on Instagram Matteo lane ATT Elliott, if you don't like naked pictures of men or drawings of storm from the X men don't follow if you like the taste following. I'm trying I'm trying to I'm trying to build that up with such a stupid thing to say I'm going to be in. I don't know where I'm going to be out February fifth in New York City. I'm doing my Barbra Streisand show here at Joe's pub, stop where I recreate her show from the bone Soir nineteen sixty to sing for music, just as me, I don't dress like, but I sing her music with Henry Persky,.

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"quercia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Us to war for the same money or even less money. And that's why we are talking about the general strike in Hungary because it is very hard and two countries separated by a common language words that have made the journey across the Atlantic words for things like Quercia Chini or motorway and highway those are things you tend to talk about at home, and you're not going to be exposed to them. It's much. That's here on weekend. BBC news with sue Montgomery. The authorities in Brazil have deployed hundreds of soldiers and federal forces across the northern state of Sierra after a wave of attacks Arkestra by criminal gangs. Dozens of cars and buses have been set on fire during days of violence. The crimewave is in protest at new tougher measures in local prisons, which are largely controlled by criminal gangs. Leonardo Russia has more the have government that was elected and sworn in on Tuesday with a law and order agenda. So valuable scenarios a former army, captain who has been calling for the rights of shoot to kill for the police and for the army to give them immunity from prosecution, so that's a test. He had a very difficult first week in government because of his economic measures. But that is what people who elected he wants to see if he's going to act and if. Going to be able to stop this rebellion the final step towards the recognition of the Ukrainian aqueducts church as independent of Russian control will take place shortly. The Ukrainian president petro parish Shangqiu has described it as a great and historic event. Jennifer reports today is Christmas Eve for orthodox Christians and this year in Ukraine. Many of them will receive a gift they've long desired. It's a document called a Thomas signed by the white-bearded ecumenical Patriarch, Bartholomew it grants. Ukraine its own internationally recognized branch of the orthodox faith. That means independence from Moscow's control. Not surprisingly, the Russian Orthodox church is not pleased with a spokesman accusing the patriarch of stealing Christmas from its followers. The Pentagon's chief of staff has become the third official to resign from the US. Department of defense since Donald Trump announced American troops would be withdrawn from Syria last month. Kevin Sweeney's departure follows that of the Defense Secretary James Mattis and the department spokeswoman Dana white President Trump says further talks will be held and Sunday aimed at resolving the road is closed. Parts of the government for more than two weeks from Washington, David Willis, President Trump is making the funding of a wall along the Mexican border conditional upon him signing legislation that would reopen the federal government. He believes a wall is the best way of stemming an influx of drugs and gangs from central and South America. Democrats disagree, however and emboldened by their new majority in the house of representatives are refusing to discuss funding for border security until the federal government is reopened world news from the BBC the. Election commission in the Democratic Republic of Congo is expected to issue a statement officially delaying the announcement of results from last Sunday's presidential poll earlier, the head of the commission Carney Nanga said less than half the tally sheets had been received. The move is prompted criticism from the opposition spokesman for the Lamu coalition. PR Lombi called on the commission to reflect the true results of the poll shoulder. Sydney. The Lamour coalition warns the electoral commission against any attempt to change the results posted in front of the polling stations and holds it responsible for all the consequences that come out of this situation. Their thought is in the Philippines, say a powerful storm that struck the east of the country a week ago is now known to have killed one hundred and twenty six people around thirty others still missing the storm triggered landslides and flooding. Most of the deaths were in the mountainous call region for more than a month's worth of rain fell into days. A Japanese politician has insisted he does support rights for sexual minorities after he was criticized for saying the country would collapse. If everyone became LGBT can't sway hit us hours remarks were caught on camera while you discuss the topic of Japan's low birth rate is a meeting is the latest comment, by Japanese politician linking the country's shrinking birth rate to rise. For gay bisexual and transgender people last year, another MP from the ruling party face criticism for calling same sex couples unproductive the polish city of ca- Charlene is observing a day of mourning in memory of five teenage girls who died in a fire as an escape room venue on Friday, the traditional Dave the king's parade has been cancelled a service will be held in ca- Charlene cathedral and prayer said in a nearby square. BBC news. It's six zero six GMT this weekend from the BBC World Service with me Celia Hatton coming up later the dark side of gaming in South Korea. We're one in seven school aged children is at risk of addiction. Warrior war. I tried quitting by myself. But my friends kept seducing me back to the Bank. So it's hard to resist. That's why I came here to get help. 'cause I gain. When I play games hours and hours would pass on that one. I felt that I was addicted I wished that someone could help me the loss and centuries since the Spanish flu killed millions is the world of vulnerable to outbreak seven factious diseases. We should be able to find outbreaks fast enough anywhere in the world. So that we stop the outbreak at its source or at a minimum are able to work with countries in a neighboring regional approach that if something were to spread beyond the origin. It should at least be stopped in the region. More on that in about fourteen minutes. US President Donald Trump has said he could declare a national emergency to build a US Mexico border wall without the approval of congress that came after he met senior Democrats who refused his requests for funding. The standoff has seen Mr. Trump withhold support for a Bill to fully fund. The government until he gets money for the border wall. Steve Gruber is a syndicated radio and TV host based in Michigan to say that a government shutdown. No, one would notice about the only way you would notice if you're on payroll with the government, and you're gonna miss a payday come January eleventh, which I think is when the next chapter do. But quite frankly, it's hard to tell the government shutdown. The only way you really notice shutdown is if you click on the television, you see that people are arguing about and pointing fingers about and trying to say that it's chaos in the sky is falling. But I looked this morning. I can assure you, I checked the sky isn't falling. And honestly, if you look at polling, I think you would find that most Americans believe in a secure border. It's not some new concept that Donald Trump ushered in Boras have been around well for my lifetime in yours and quite a bit beyond. But there is a difference isn't there between wanting a secure border and carrying about national security and wanting the kind of wall that Donald Trump is pushing for the vast majority of undocumented. Imigrants overstay their visas. They don't sneak into the United States is a wall really necessary. You don't need to concern yourself with walls because you're surrounded by a natural barrier called the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean that look at December alone twenty two thousand miners came across the border illegal in December alone. So you can have the assumption. And I believe it's only that an assumption that people overstay their visas. The fact of the matter is we have tens of thousands of people across our southern border specifically illegal every single month to me the wall is a generic term for a secure southern border. I mean, whether it's a wall, electrified fans, some sort of physical barrier. So that people can pass freely because what you have you have people coming unchecked on inspected, you wouldn't let people in the England having no idea where they came from a why they were there. So why should Americans be expected to do the same? And quite honestly, we shouldn't. Let's go back to this idea of the border, though, is that really where the wiggle room might lie. The solution to this might lie would a lot of Republicans accept the idea of just additional border security immigration reform, and possibly for the Democrats some kind of deal for the so-called dreamers. Those one point eight million. Children who were brought to the United States as undocumented immigrants giving them some kind of path to citizenship, some places that compromised me made I think they'll be seen the president reach out and say, listen, we can make it deal. Here. Nancy Pelosi says we'll give you one dollar for the wall. Now, remember, these are the same people people like Chuck Schumer who has given passions speeches about how we need a better wall at the southern border, and illegal aliens are not acceptable at any level. He has made those speeches in front of congress sorted, Barack Obama when he was a Senator from the state of Illinois. The fact of the matter is if you wanna talk about places for compromise shore, if you wanted to have a compromise over the dreamers, potentially. Even though many would argue what Bronco Bama did there with an executive order wasn't illegal apps to give these people clearance to stay pass their time or to stick around. But okay, let's put that on the table. Let's discuss that. Let's find a worker visa program that works that would make great sense. Do we need employment? Problem solving America. Yes, we have more jobs available than people to fill them. So we have qualified people coming here. The wanna work in those jobs. Let's have a program where they come. They do the job and they leave. They don't overstay them visa, we need a usually electronic verification systems that are available to us with today's technology and send them back. But certainly there's there'll be made. But when the Democrats disingenuously say, we're not gonna make a deal at all. The fact of the matter is it's not Trump's wall. It's our wall. It's an American while it's an American border that was radio and television host Steve Gruber, speaking from Michigan..

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"quercia" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Too many twos. Lowest sister eight high turnovers he looks lost out their defense. But there was like intern in the same way that I don't like I wonder about the expectations that the Lakers had like whether or not they're reasonable from the front office on down, right? Like in the Cleveland story. And also there was athletic store that sort of said the exact same things at the same time. So clearly, there's a lot going Cleveland. But it was basically like Cleveland thought it could compete this season, right like compete with what I think some people thought that though I think preseason like even here at the ring are like. Yeah. Cleveland sneak into the pie off like they still have Kevin love. They still have Kyle Korver. Good shooter selves, like Tara Smith or whatever. But there's like back to the earlier conversation. Their system was like LeBron finding people and JR Smith. Kyle Korver hitting threes, basically. Yeah. Interesting Thompson offensive rebound. And like they actually didn't have a system. And so then when Tyler was asked to to play the young guys, and there was no there's nothing to plug them into. You know, what I mean, they're kind of like starting over from scratch ahead play Chetty Osmond. I guess it's fine. But it also just sort of gets back to like it's a superstars league like a system works when you're plugging in the best players or like one of the best players was supporting people around him like it's a solar system. It's not like just a constellation of stars. That's an excellent analogy. I I enjoy that quite a bit metaphor one of those. Here's the part that that I I really like thought was also interesting because we have a bunch of people at the ringers who might have thought that the Cavs could compete this year. I was not among them. Evidently, Kyle Korver and Kevin love were potentially. Also, not among them because they were told repeatedly, according to these reports that the plan was to compete. However, they thought that if they didn't compete that they would be traded. And this is a quote from the story a number of players, including Levin Korver were told repeatedly the plan was to compete when James left in free agency Korver, actually asked the Cavs the trade him, and that was the deal. He thought he had the organization upon resigning in twenty seventeen and wanted to happen in July. So like he's told. Hi, we're going to compete and then LeBron lease and he's like, okay. I thought you were going to trade me. And now he's on this team stock and loves rehabbing and like they're completely screwed in. It's a complete tire fire. It really is. Where do you think how Quercia go where would it be best used? I mean, the Sixers could use some shooting not to like default to my usual, but they could use some scoring and some shooting, and they don't have much of it beyond JJ Rettig. It's definitely Accenture crisis for the Lakers could use them. That's true. He got on the Lakers. And he's like touch California person on this like an Accenture crisis in the league. I think we're like there's parody in that. There's like either you or have a chance or you don't and just sort of like, what's the point? If you if you don't is that a terrible way to do that too bleak for Monday morning, you're so existential this morning, I really like. I'm sorry. What is this all about? Anyway, what is the point for the Cavs? The reason they want to compete right is is for like extra money that you get from being in the playoffs. Like, it's important for a smaller team to make them because they're just holding out hope until the all star game arrives in China. It's gonna be a great time last drama point to hit with you. We've talked about them. I think every single show so far on check. We've got a throat out there. One more time just because they completely keep cratering. The wolves the wolves are still out there doing wolves things Jimmy Butler. It was reported that he might not play back to back. So he didn't play in a absolute blowout in Portland. They're gonna play again tonight as you're listening to this. It says he says, you know, I'll let them know. I'll let them know what I'm gonna play. I'll let them know how my body feels. You've got Pissy with the media for asking about it..

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"quercia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Rutgers will. Suffer a loss in a row. I'll tell you what else saquon Hampton who. I was tough on in the beginning of the season has turned the whole thing around as far as I'm concerned know what I mean. I think in the beginning he was trying to do to much. I think they made it simple for him today. He's just that good of an athlete to come up Chitty hit three picks. Absolutely. Put the singer. Thirty second timeout ruckus calls time out. And you know, what that is? I'll tell you what that is after the station ID. You're listening to Rutgers football ten the second. Now on W O R W A. Excu HD, two New York. This is Rutgers football. I think that was along the lines of the fourth and seven call earlier disrespect at it's what Chris let's be real. Because that's exactly what it was. Yeah. Straight up disrespect. So I don't have any problem with Chris said his little message like, okay. And we're back into the game. So let's not. But four thousand seven fleet disrespect. Here's a hand off up the middle. Get the first down. And it was gross. Check on the carrion with nineteen seconds left. Stop the clock with the change. But now the clock will move and that is going to do it. So Rutgers comes to Wisconsin. And they unfortunately dropped their eighth straight by a final count of thirty one to seventeen but you saw some more steps for the Rutgers offense defense had a very good first half. But struggled in the second half. We'll take a break postgame show coming up at Quercia. I should say with more than Julian Kinnock's, Audrey back in New York. You'll hear from first as well..

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"quercia" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And not even do it. Just have the my pocket. As long as I had the grand Moco. Yeah. We good. Yeah. Thanks. I would go with everything focus come back. It was eating that a real focus combat ship. I was ready to go to the store and kill. I loved everybody. But this was weird. From the moment that things -iety started to the moment. I had that cocaine in my hand, it was a total blackout. There was no stopping for red lights shit. Okay. Sure. No. I didn't want to hear what you had to say. Sure. And so now, I got off the coke. And things I kind of went away. But I call it the transfer of a diction. Yeah. Called transferring of diction, it's what I've been doing all my life and it works for me. It works for me. Joe dias because now. It's expired to marijuana. Yeah. And all the evils marijuana's, the least of all share. Hey, can I say something real quick good? Nothing's evil. Right. No. In my world. I know what you mean. I was with the place. Sorry, if that when you're doing heroin on Monday nights, and you're not doing coke the rest of the week. And you think that you heroin problem is to cure the code? Cocaine and you're trying to get the phone number the twenty sixty minutes 'cause you wanna talk to the produces. There was something wrong with the problem was the problem in two thousand seven September two thousand seven I had written a model that was about to call sixty kegs showing them how I could save the world from cocaine abuse by giving them a little bit ahead on Monday Quercia shots heroin once a month and there'd be no cocaine abuse win, the war on drugs sink. Pablo? Escobar wouldn't have nobody to sell it. Yeah. And we've been importing heroin for so long. But just a little dosage I was getting a seven dollar bag. Yeah. Everyone sent up to me. I was splitting in twos. And it lasted me the whole summer. Yeah. So after the ninety days of the summer, I came to that conclusion. Wow. I've only done coke once at ninety days come onto something. Yeah. So. Because of losing my mind and those certain areas. Yes, I have transferred addictions, you know, people just transfer addictions. They go from nail biting. That's right. No can read to you know, we all have a transfer right now, my tramp so after I stopped on coke. I went to my original transfer of addiction, which is the coordinate just nobody's feelings get hurt. I roll a joint and I go for. In the car. I get out at a park, I smoke it. Stop the Senate eleven get a coke zero and goal. Okay. That's part of the fiction thing got it. So then something else happened in nineteen ninety one. I got into comedy eight o'clock means you gotta be on a stage pitch. Okay. Sure. I know you really wanna watch on orange is the new purple on Netflix girlfriend. But I really don't give a fuck what you wanna watch. Gotcha. You have to be on stay. Yes. So all these years, I had all these after's by the clock. So I think like in two thousand ten hours just battling this and control it by going out. Sure. I had the store this. Stop going to the store at subsitute improv ain't the same. Okay. House. Not the same laugh. Actor is definitely not the same. Nobody really scratched the H that the calm you still had given me. Right. So I figured out a way just to go for ride at night and do that. Now two thousand fourteen starts. I'm back at the store. But in the back of my mind, I was like I got a call. A Mitzi was running Sunday through Sunday. That's the only way the store works. Yes. All for the whole week. Yeah. I couldn't come to the spread gnome. What I'm too old? I gotta be up at eight with the baby. That's right. And I got to watch the kid you gotta do this. And you gotta do that. So now I wanted to this mental fucking disast. Right here. Hope patterns maze. Okay. Yeah. So with that Netflix thing just too stupid shit. I watched the John Mullany special who's a great comic. But a great writer, and I said to myself, why can't I be John Mullany? Why can't I leave? This are rated fat fucking pig. Okay. Yeah. So all those factors. Fucked me up Mullany will fuck you up..

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"quercia" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

"Dark mattered comprises twenty seven percent with regular matter comprising Amir, five percent and quote, reminder. Dark means mysterious doesn't mean evil or nefarious degrasse Tyson continues. So what is the stuff? Nobody knows the closest anybody has come to presume. Dark energy is a quantum effect where the vacuum of space instead of being empty as we all have been taught or assume actually sees with particles in their anti-matter counterparts. They pop in an out of exist. Instance impairs and don't let last long enough to be measured and quote. Now as a side note, I want to go off on a little tangent here. Another synchronicity when you live in synchronicity and flow is amazing. What shows up many months ago I signed up for a vacation tour in South Dakota. My friend said to Monaco, my husband said, absolutely. We signed up decided within like three seconds. Had really no idea what we were doing, but we just knew we were going to mount Rushmore and anything else is just going to be interesting. A few weeks before we leave on vacation, one of the programs I like to watch his called spaces, deepest secrets, and they had talked about this guy studying. I think it was dark matter in neutrinos and there's this lab that is over four thousand feet down in a gold mine. The episode takes you through a tour of his lab and what he's doing and all of his equipment was fascinating. I'm like, wow, that's really interesting. And knowing that I had this episode coming up, I was doing research on it, didn't put it in there, but not thought, well, you know, it was interesting. I go on the speculation and I'm not really paying attention. We show up to this town called lead South Dakota and Rin this opera house, and they're suspend Flett about neutrinos and I look and it's like, oh my God. Hey, it's this this lab that I saw in this episode last pretty cool. Well, where here. Here, but you know, they would be kinda cool if we could go there. Well, we get on the bus just go to the next stop, which is two blocks away in. It's the visitor center, the Sanford lab that's doing all of this work. I was pretty blown away. Then I look at the. Chinnery and I had no idea that we were going to this lab at the the way that they described. It didn't sound like this lab at all. So I actually got to go to this place and visited so much had lined up over the course of several months the day after we went on the tour, the episode on content physics polish, so is a nice little time line there. I thought I would share that with you. So let's get back to dark energy dark matter, quantum effect, vacuum of space, things popping in and out. Remember two things popping in and out. It's thought that multiversity do exist, but some believe that they're far enough away that the don't overlap except now I just saw another episode of spaces, deepest secrets in the episode titled the curse of dark matter Quercia read and listen to that right. Dark matters detected by gravity, bending light, and the mathematical models at describe the universe don't work unless we account for this gravity, bending light this force that we keep seeing that we, but we don't know what it is. Richard Massey is a Kuzma logistic who's using a supercomputer to run millions of simulations and modifying the current known laws of physics until they find one that scribes how our universe works, including changing the gravity of dark matter. So again, using the super computers running all these very, very complex models, and they just keep playing within tinkering and tinkering and tinkering..

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"quercia" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"That she was kind of like another one of those like yeah like blacklisted what what are really caught to treat ought as the depiction of camilla movie all my loria was that was my second most surprising like really area starting is so yeah this clip diana's your saved just because it sets right away totally different tone this is to be a sous does it this is the type of thing that diana her boys are more of a fun mom right away to show her sort of you know like lying's okay they could be a little bit naughty like right away that's kind of setting us up for a different tone also maybe wonder if that's why the camilla day was she was portrayed pretty favorably i felt oh yeah one hundred percents only one that comes off looking like a mess kate a little bit yeah she came up really poorly which schalke to me by the way this is my lion king story i've never seen their original lion king this is now i ever see the like i don't do sad movies oh yeah it's really sad yeah the horrible so this is my new lion cage did you have to sit through land before time i don't wanna talk like rude yeah i can understand i wouldn't go back either like i saw that way to y'all really fucked as being yeah horrible so harry is sitting there with the lion that always that are charles rolls up auto but he's like harry step back is charles comes over with a gun to shoot the lion right and right as he goes to shoot herod ocsta got out of his hand right which that could have got a few ways yeah like i really was like that's a great way to get accident shot harry also mauled right your dad's popping off by yeah and that's are ready pissed yeah y'all are in his home and there was like a few parallels you could draw there because they'll i just trots off at harry obviously thinks line is his mother just there's a mon there's a what is it it fades out from diana's is straight into the lion oh i did see like she's like i will always be with you like well he's like eating his pastry goes riley he wakes up in the lines right there watching him so cool i didn't realize i didn't realize line so we see mega hog she play with the black barbie doll to white ken white kid is going to have dinner ready but by the time she gets home which i love cheese ivory soap quercia all this is all true by the way this is actually like provable i know yes so she's she's irish quercia she goes tells her dad like she's like i don't like this makes it seem like this is a woman's job to cook at home what is the dots i he was like well i think she says something to him like you you wash dishes more than mom and he was like yeah you got that right very blue collar like he's says that they were she's like what should i do like stop watching tv's dopey crazy that's how we pay the bill that i liked because it was dad yeah he was a lady guy a grip or something on married with children right all shows too like that's essentially she is american show yup ed so he tells her you know make a change said zare off at the pet so we can america no now that she's written a letter diary so that actually gets the language of the commercial change right to see the nick news commercial or the nick news the place yeah she's so she a little chubby cheeks in her frankel by the way meghan is a proud freckle where she loved that about g lake make sure that if you do press shots with her or any you cannot take out a freckles yeah if she had her freckles at are ready so that we see we cut to meghan character we cut from a young bag right into her character or modern day suits off a guy right at our boss after the cut the director tells her like why did you try to see like a little bit more coy coetzee shucks tie she's like i don't think rachel would do that which now this whole scene is like this is a director inter writer's nightmare.

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"quercia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The fresno state professor that said cheese pretty much happy that barbara bush diet called her a great racist well she's not gonna go anywhere of course as a state university first amendment she'll she's got ten years she's she's she's never going going right but apparently a number of donors to fresno state are now withholding their money so he may still have the right to say what she has to say but she'll become increasingly a problem for that that university last night i'm watching the playoff game between the miami heat and the philadelphia seventy sixers i don't have a dog in the fight i just like basketball especially this time of the year and i'm watching the commercials and there's a back to back to back be commercials involving well first one is morgan freeman doing a soft drink commercial mountain dew and this is a guy morgan freeman who teed off on this mcconnell basically called mitch mcconnell where racist call the tea party racist here he is doing national commercials and then the next show was chris paul doing commercial with james harden chris paul's basketball player with the houston rockets used to be with the clippers before that with new orleans i believe it was and james harden is the star with the houston rockets and they both did a commercial state farm quercia and then right after that was a microsoft commercial featuring common the rapper back to back to back and and yet eric holder who's running for president talks about pernicious racism that he says it's every bit as bad as the old time racism morgan freeman is teed off on republicans and on the tea party kicking back doing a mountain dew commercial there's lots of voice voice to nobody seems to be mad at him even though he's insulted in my opinion half the country james earl jones same thing has teed off and republicans called them racist commercials up the yin yang samuel jackson said the only reason they voted for obama obama because he's black and that's why people do they vote for people because they're white he said that he is commercial the commercial at the commercial.

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"quercia" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Was an if you taken in three point five million dollars you might not know every single person and then she just gives it back i would assume but first we have to actually clarify it in the email could someone answer me here's the information that was printed published what do we want to do about this so we'll see if i can get an answer to that i gutting gutna poor bounces this morning we're going to save the left the id and the right hand can give me a statement that's all four three eight nine seven seven six let me go to steven south kingstown and get all these phone calls in hi steve are you doing good how're you got a joke quercia owed over it why it out go with it was going to a new on what you they can actually report your way and you could have have the uh the right to be taken away with your hand on that correct while they're going to give you some kind of a mental evaluation to see if you're a danger okay um no met the lowest is that can be where i am a scam half the population has met the lille in the in the country y'all leave that's where it's going to get really tricky i and i i talked about this a lot yesterday i mean are you talking about depression anxiety well i'm just adhd the pressures like the comical today so you it if you go to seek out help so you work on on your own radio a long way olson look butler handguns yep and you have it's rounded up each learnt you in your life your wife budgets can't you can't get filling rx lift yeah the government sample she talked because you could lose your your handguns i i i completely know where you going away i had many emails and many questions about this yesterday how 'bout if you have a post some kind of posttraumatic stress the oic will own a veteran come home yeah no strip him of or her of their guns requiem uh and see you even prescription drugs you'd have to be actually clean you couldn't consume caffeine nicotine ukraine bionic prescription drugs they all has side effects and a lot of more depression suicidal conditions if you ever watch your commercial and you see a pharmaceutical company comes on.

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"quercia" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"The pancreas shoot diabetic diabetics a prone the pack retitled because they're packers never gets a chance to relax control inflamed it's working 247 show their pona pancreatitis with nausea and vomiting in pain and and they're poem to pancratic cancer the research will get to shut the pancras reduces inflammation but it does the same thing and the filtering two bills or the kidneys it also helps to protect the back of the eyes the heart itself and the brain all of these tissues get inflamed him diabetics unrest hurtful shop hoping to protect a much a great supplement and die but and as far as older people with a big belly would high sugar high cholesterol and high blood pressure rush hurtful there's a huge safety net and older people or anybody actually what metabolic syndrome it's a cluster of all these bad conditions that editor owed really dangerous research will really has protective it's a strong shaking at full now how good address virtual took for the heart well louisiana state university is now patenting stench coated what rush research rolling course by the way quercia tonnage in our repertoire kaushal they're both found in plants together and they support the activity of one another or shatin in an all the shelf is unbelievable for your blood pressure you shook illyshin your brain your heart your kidneys prostate i is just unbelievable but when you had the rush virtual gupte and looked to quercetin they potentiating the benefits of one another you really get a a an application of direct titties there could activities so normally they coached let me tell you what extent is when you get a clogged artery okay let's take a left shotty your heart dutch pumping blood to the body right in a front of that is an artery hold widowmaker they call it the widowmaker because if the top of that audrey gets clogged it's really lifethreatening so what they do when you have a clogging of the widow maker the doctor um they're they're called interventional cardiologists date intervene should i gave you a nuclear test shrestha stay sheet as a problem with the with the.

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"quercia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The alternative of detente of cooperation with russia in fact they called donald trump uh i think the quote the expression used during the campaign in his own kind of simple way wouldn't it be nice to cooperate with russia or get along with russia and the answer quercia obviously award tubes nuclear superpowers is it better that we find ways to get along then we get a way that we that we in the fighting so they take this comet by trump and they market as inadmissible while implying that he's in cahoots with the russian so not only do you get a call for a cold war every bit as dangerous as the 45 your cold war but in eliminatation of any possibility of detente which saved us during the original cold war and then they go out of weight out of their way to say because not only do they demonize russia but in particular potent and they say there can be no partnership with putin tactically or strategically whatever that means uh as long as putin's in power because he's unfit choke they have put in all the elements of a new cold war but what they're calling for is more dangerous because they're forbidding any kind of cooperation with the kremlin leadership presumably even in a nuclear crisis wild demonizing or casting doubt on the loyalty of the american president will therefore would be not free to negotiate us out of a cuban missile crisis and he ask uh you ask yourself what's the purposes given the authority of the council on foreign relations because it wasn't these two guys who wrote it it was the leadership of the council on foreign relations the president is a man named richard haass or at the entire what what why did they need this the straightforward answers even will continue is it this is a document to go to war there are threats in the document against individuals and russia threats that they will be exposed financially and legally there are threats in the documents ford nuclear weapons to be improved so when we come back we'll go through the call for the arsenal of democracy to go on the offensive offensive against moscow because of the presumption that russia gate exists i'm john batchelor with professor stephen f cohen this is the john batchelor show.

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"quercia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Vice president's office he was replaced by charlotte murray who had gone it was a reporter for the washington post uplinked well reporter for the washington post went to be joe biden suppressor teary and charles murray the washington post reporter turn democratic press secretary was mary to newly is married demille king who was the political reporter for the wall street journal of washington now neil contacted me and took issue with the implication i was intentionally drawing that he was probably biased given that he was married to joe biden's press secretary who herself had masqueraded as an unbiased political reporter and he was a fair reporter i think although my point to him in my point at the time was that it was very clear his presuppositions were of the left when he went into stories in the people he had these e sexist who were people of the left because he was married to joe abides press secretary it's really funny to me that he knew king has left the wall street journal and now works for fusion gps the organization that formed the truck dossier with christopher steal in fact washington post i told you about yesterday's wrote a report that fusion gps used media connections to advance varies interests it had reporters on his payroll essentially it was feeding reporter stories helping the reporters build their careers while it helped its clients it also had on its payroll the wife of a senior justice department of boy and now quercia got the adam schiff allegations he may have been.

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"quercia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Instance i had a um a makeup artist who is uh on the hunger games come in for some inject the bulls and i've had uh you know an actor uh come in recently floor you know injectable and then the islet um who was on some you know not huge movies with some good movie projects out there um and you know i've had several people this from california who you know are involved in the film industry the that that come out here and they say you know i i i'm coming out here so often than a moving here now um you know i i spent most of my time out here um so yeah there they're starting to buy fleeces here and moved here um and you know an interesting fact that i saw the other day was uh on on cnbc that the state of georgia alone is the is the nut rathan number two uh state for business development and the country now which was a it was a shocking uh number to me i i had no idea that that we're you know back poised for business growth and development and i think the nsa george and so as not atlanta proper it's the entire state of georgia and and when you you know are on the face of it when you see georgy you don't think about uh you know bigtime commerce or business entrepreneurs all that kind of stuff but it here it's really here and i know a lot of it is in atlanta but a lot of it is not in atlanta certainly uh i mean you hear about you know mercedes opened the playoff quercia opened the milan you know um i think our state has done it seemed like has done a pretty good job at promoting uh businesses to come in and set up their headquarters here not not just the film industry but you know uh the other businesses as well like with disgust um and you know the the purdue in the film industry i know that they got significant tax breaks to bela some in and um and and film here uh at a much cheaper uh wake them they can out in hollywood for instance and.

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"quercia" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"quercia" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"A drug free new jersey says luckily the state now requires that physicians explain appeals addictive qualities and discuss non opioid alternatives with patience before prescribing let us have many play in dealing with a person who is experiencing excruciating pain for a short period of time valenti reminds new jersyans to dispose of these drugs when there are no longer needed for their prescribed youths denote slam yang new jersey one on one point five news nj we'd bear remains in jail despite being found not guilty of a witness tampering charge but a jury couldn't read your verdict on a lesser charge in prosecutors have to decide of they're going to retry the case or drop the charges in the meantime we'd bev remains behind bars he did make it clear there no plea agreement in the process here and if there is to be another trial he's saying it kgb over the last eight years governor christie set a record for vetos as he worked with or sometimes against a democrat run later on the road ivs if ever at all once governor like phil murphy takes over but that doesn't mean the powers in trenton will necessarily always agree chief sweeney looks forward to having a democratic governor but says the legislature won't be a rubber stamp for phil murphy didn't mean that we will john quercia sweeney says democrats uh gbp priorities they couldn't past due to vetoes by governor chris christie like women's health pay equity a higher minimum wage and paid family leave i think we'll be able to agree with john degree will focus where we can agree get there's things done first get the easy ones done first and then suddenly holes at the state house michael simon's new jersey one point five knees much more on that transition and what we can expect during the first hundred days of a phil murphy administration at nj one a one five dot com and our free mobile app is going to get very cold uh uh uh uh hours or so but will at last will be.

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