28 Burst results for "Rego"

"rego" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"rego" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Yeah, well, to your point though, if she's two to one in those districts with 30,000 votes out, there should be a real good chance she wins, right? No, and she's down 10,000. We're talking like recount. I mean, you know, Arizona could get insane when it comes to the counting of these 30,000 outstanding pilots. You know, if Trump announces, I mean, it's gonna be just a global thermal nuclear political war in 2024. Well, the good news is, well, a lot of stuff to talk about. Locally, though, Mickey kerns wins, la rego wins. That's some good stuff, right? I hope to say maybe we were a little bit of a part of that with some of our poll watching stuff. So you were. You can't cheat when people are watching. And I think the financial guys just sort of a lot of credit because he sent poll watchers all over Erie county. You can't cheat when someone's watching. You guys are watching and, you know, a conservative and a Democrat who runs as a conservative one big and eerie county. Yeah. Yeah, it's too bad we can't watch across the country and it's too bad we can't get these Republican governors to fix their elections because there's no doubt in my mind when you look again, you can't make the case that Florida goes 10% more for a Republican, but all these other states is miraculously all the poll numbers are wrong and they go dead even. There's no way. There's no way. Carrie Lake should have been just like Florida. It should have been a 15 to 20 point blowout over Katie Hobbs, right? It shouldn't have been close. Do we should he be talking about a pathway to victory? It should have been a shellacking. That ratio had been called at 7 o'clock last night for Carrie Lake as the Florida race was basically called earlier, right? There's no way in hell that you're telling me that this poll is wrong the one way, but this poll is completely around the other. There's no way. There's no way. I'm worried about 2024 stuff on. If they're willing to cheat in a presidential election like they did with Joe Biden and I'm absolutely confident that that's exactly what they did. Why wouldn't they keep doing it? They did it in this cycle. Why would they do it in 2024? I don't care if desantis is the candidate or Trump is a candidate or whoever's a candidate. It doesn't matter if they're going to cheat. You could Joe Biden campaign from his basement, right? Nobody showed up for him. Yeah. And yet he won. Right. No way.

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"rego" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"rego" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Policy editor is role based, it generates regular code for you and you can always add more regular code to add a back, but you still need to write that code. And you still need to learn rego and that can be annoying. So with a back support, the policy editor is going to generate a back code for it. So you'll be able to set complex conditions on complex attributes, but still in that kind of a monkey can do it approach with the local no code interface. And I think that will really be a significant revolution. We've been doing companies have been doing aback for a while, but getting to abec has always been a multi team multi month project that is very intensive. And it always required high maintenance with this plan I think it would be the first time that you can move to from rbac to not even realizing you were doing it and enabling the non technical staff to actually use it with essentially zero friction. So that's a fake one of the more exciting things that are coming real soon. Other features that are coming in is support for more platforms. So we love opa. We think it's a great project. But there are other great projects out there and I think there's a lot to be said for diversification and being polyglot and supporting different tools for different scenarios. So we're already working with several candidates to add them to that pile, both in open-source support, and in the SaaS service itself. And lastly, I think there's a lot of I don't want to spoil too much, but a lot of experiences, a lot of higher level interfaces that you can share with your customers that you can enable for yourself in the back office. A lot of those are going to become even more easy to use and build as part of permit. Really aiming to streamline the process for people building applications. That's great. Anything else that you would want our audience to know? Yeah, I love people to know that I always enjoy talking to fellow engineers and fellow security practitioners. I joined the sneak ambassador program for that reason

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"rego" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"rego" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg markets. With Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. On Bloomberg radio. All right, it's a pretty strong CPI data this morning. We're going to check in with Jeffrey Cleveland director and chief economist at Peyton and rego get his thoughts. Then in our weekly crypto segment, we're going to talk to John son, he's a founder of spring labor talked to him about the state of crypto, you know, we had coinbase some bad numbers there. How did we put this all into perspective here for this evolving market, but first let's check in with Greg Jarrett for a Bloomberg business flash. It's a rally fall, a bond yields are sinking as stocks are rising softer than forecast inflation data has fueled best the fed could pivot to a smaller pace of hikes, Brian D's national economic council reacts to today's CPI. Well, look, this was a positive inflation report that we received this morning. 0% month over month growth on headline and decor inflation, excluding energy and food also moderated down to 0.3% month over month. One big driver as you note was the decline in gas prices that we've seen over the last two months, now down about a dollar over its highs. S&P 500 is up 2% up 80 NASDAQ is up two and a half percent up 311, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 1.7% up 550. The ten years up 1330 seconds the year 2.7% West Texas intermediate crudes down 1.8% at 88 93 a barrel comic goes up three tenths of a percent at 1817 60 an ounce of the dollar yen one 32 13 the Euro dollar O 360, the British pound, a dollar 22 68 that is a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now. Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. Great Jared good stuff appreciate it

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"rego" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:38 min | 6 months ago

"rego" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"It's just a file format, you know? I can send it to you in an email or you can download it out of a git repo. You can take that file format and run it in an opa anywhere you like. And so the idea is shift left that enforcement as far as you can into that developer workflow so that they find out about things that are not going to work as early as they possibly can. I think that's amazing. And rego I was curious when you sort of started the idea around OPA. It was rego always going to be hand in hand with that, or is that something you evolved? I'll tell you a little story about rego. The idea behind opa was really the way I described it was we were going to solve that. We're going to provide a unified solution to policy and authorization. That was the mandate. That was the idea. We knew then that we needed a policy language that was not coupled to any of those existing. It couldn't be a Kubernetes thing. It couldn't be a public cloud thing. It had to be somewhat agnostic of all of those. And so those two always went hand in hand. The notion of opa, the only way, in my opinion, to solve the problem of the invite authorization, is to provide that file format, which encodes that language that's used to express those policies. And the reason is because it has to be agnostic, it has to be some kind of lingua franca for policies specifically. That's helpful. That's interesting. And then do you have any advice for those who are like, if they're getting started writing policies with rego? Is there something different about a declarative language like this that from other languages you might be used to? Yeah, one of the things about declarative languages, I mean, maybe one of the main things is that you don't get side effects. So you don't get to increment counters. That's not a thing. You can do. And that seems very basic, but it also, it was designed to make the language something that you kind of look at and ideally, maybe if you enhance some of the punctuation that you could read it off in English. This thing is allowed if the user is Tim and the action is a read and the resource name is fou one two three or whatever it is. So that was kind of how it was designed that you declare those rules that make up the policy that make decisions around what you're authorized to do. What you don't then have to do is worry about all the long list of performance things that you would typically need to worry about in an imperative language. I mean, I think a lot of imperative languages are complicated by the fact that you can't just write down the logic you care about, right? You write down the logic you hear about, that takes an hour, and then you spend ten hours making it run quickly. I don't know what the numbers are. No, that's interesting. Yeah, yeah. That's right. Yeah, and so one of the premise is behind probably argue any declarative language, but certainly rego was let you make the syntax mirror as close as we reasonably can. English level policies that you might find in legislation. And so that was like party one, and then priority two was like, do whatever we can to automatically deal with the performance optimizations that otherwise use a programmer would have to go off and do. If you're building a product for software engineers or you are hiring software engineers, software engineering daily is accepting sponsorships. Send us an email if you're interested at sponsor at software engineering daily dot com with 27,000 people listening Monday through Friday and the content being fairly selective for a technical listener, software engineering daily is a great way to reach top engineers. We know that the listeners of software engineering daily are great engineers because we talk to them all the time. We hear from CTOs, CEOs, directors of engineering, who listen to the show regularly.

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"rego" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"It's a very different kind of photography to other kinds of photographs that you had made because you've done reportage photography, right? You've done fast moving photographs where it's all about that decisive moment. So tell us about that dialog that you had in a way with the whole process of making images. Yeah, I started off as a sports photographer on the observer way back in the 70s and 80s. And I was very much on the edge of things looking in with a long lens. Taking what I could, but no interaction. You know, you can't say to Gary Lineker. Can you look this way while you're scoring a goal? It doesn't work that way. You're an observer. And it's probably when I was young, that was probably the right place for me to be observing. As you get older, you get more confident, and I went into Howard Hodgkin, I went into Paula rego, Maggie Hamlin, was some sort of experience and confidence. So when they said, what do you want to do? I could direct it. I could say, could we do this? Now, where that came from, I don't know over the years, experience. But that's the difference really, going from an observer to a director to becoming somebody who doesn't leave until they get what they want, whereas when I was young, I was glad of anything I got. And I'm quite conscious of that change. I'm interested in how much you prepare ahead in terms of the work because it seems to me you had a dialog with the work as we discussed there. Is it important that you know what the artists work looks like before you go in or can you go in completely cold? No, you do mug up. You sort of look at the work and see, are they are they wild? Is it a wild style? Is it gentle? Is it landscapes? No, I think you pay them the respect of looking at their work, often it would be maybe to go with a show that's about to come out..

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"rego" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"No one's asking for a capped 3% annual increase. But some form of rent guidelines for commercial rent. And so the short of it is, I feel like any policy that we're trying to get enacted, that window has kind of passed. And I'm just not sure what the situation now is in terms of where the studio space situation is at. I mean, real estate prices kind of took a hit in New York during the pandemic and then sort of really rebounded. But it wasn't like the situation was in a good place before the pandemic. So I think there may be some temporary opportunity for artists, but that again does not address the kind of root causes that had been contributing to the rising costs of studio spaces over the last two decades, really. One of the things that Jenny dubbed now who you mentioned earlier is written about is about the intersectionality of different elements of these political discussions and about, for instance, she's written about how when developers moved in, opportunities were given to certain artists and what would happen was that more wealthy artists were moving to certain areas and that would destroy the kind of grassroots community, but whilst also giving the illusion that there was a healthy and thriving art community. Is that something that seems to happen quite widely as in it's a kind of art washing, I guess, that developers present a front of supporting arts, but actually the actual grassroots community gets destroyed. Yeah, I mean, it's sort of really tricky problem because one New York City is a place where a lot of artists who are educated elsewhere and move to the city. And so you already have a kind of influx of people not from the communities which they move into, which has a sort of preexisting problem that tell her just very well. In terms of funding for community organizations that are native to the city..

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"rego" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"Hello, it's the week in art I am Ben Luke, this week an artist's studio special, the fight for workspace in New York, an exhibition of the hundred years of the artist studio in London and a photographer on capturing Paula rego at work..

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"rego" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"Pixel we'll probably go away or change substantially in terms of how it works and so this all goes in line with our one of our favorite topics which is facebook. Met up but you know. Facebook is looking to diversify avoid government. Regulation avoid a monopolistic break-up and just really avoid the government as much as possible and so they're talking about this q. Three results rebuilding targeting and optimization Systems to work with less data. That's a little bit debatable. We can talk about that when we talk about facebook matter because when you start talking about a metaverse specifically more an oculus rift type thing. You're talking about i've movements. You're talking about emotional reactions. You're kidding a whole lot less meta than what we currently have. Which are device cues. That can be used so it'll be interesting to see here. There's a lot of clear you know. This article talks about a clear driver for shift in thinking. I think there's a lot more than one clear driver. It sounds like it's about six or seven different cleared so this is going to be a time of very big changes over the year or two four facebook and as such. I think it's important whether you're in marketing or you're in business to really keep an eye on what's happening how these platforms are gonna change where the opportunities are going to come up because what we've gone from. Is this kind of hyper growth to a couple of years two to three years of this kind of sustainable power that you know the facebook advertising platform more specifically has had and it's going to change again and that's going to bring a whole ton of different opportunity and these all these businesses are gonna be chasing each other. Oh yeah one hundred percent. I also think it's interesting when you look at it for especially with all the headlines at facebook is had recently how they're kind of steering away from any kind of regulation so social in itself is becoming more and more regulated getting question more and more by the congress and with those restrictions. It's interesting that facebook is looking to the metal Earth which is essentially a brand new thing that isn't regulated. And how can we be the first there to almost exploit it in a way. So i don't think that To be honest. I don't think facebook's going to have the long leash that they've had from regulators in particular european rego's who are closer the most strict all all right moving right along a couple of quick twitter updates twitter's launching space recording for some hosts And also the but the but talk one. I thought it was another twitter one. That's okay yes but twitter spaces seems to be one of the futures that took talkie sticking with..

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Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo leads AMA nominees in her debut

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo leads AMA nominees in her debut

"A living abroad Rego is the lead nominee for the American music awards I margins are a letter with the latest livia rodrico has seven nominations for the AMA's including artist of the year and new artist of the year the other artist of the year nominees are the weekends BTS Arianna Grande Drake and Taylor swift no top smoke is a notable nominees for three awards he died last year another notable Morgan Wallen with two country nominations Wallen was caught on video earlier this year using a racial slur the show's producers say that his nominations are based on Billboard charts but well and will not be included in the award show on November twenty first

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"rego" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"That's on defensive line. And you mentioned his is conditioning at the beginning of leicester which was very evident In terms of his movement on the court but if he can put those both together he seems to be in better shape than he's ever been before if he can truly be solid or better defensively across both of those positions. That is massive for the upset of of this entire roster. Because that just gives you so much more flexibility now at what you do the two three and four you know that he can hold down either one of those so Yeah that was. That was lesson i was gonna mention on there. Were you about to transition to Yeah so. I think it's a logical off like you mentioned At this team almost has too many wings in some ways which isn't like you know it's in some ways like Like there are people were like varying on that. But i also think at the same time you have to have a way to make everybody play part of that is going to be like their. I'm james rego. Is one of the guys who i've i've felt good about how he's able to get everyone time and finding ways to just mix his rotation and look at things like you mentioned I definitely was higher on the kelly. Oubre assigning than i think most people lake i think again like looking at it through a different ones A he's not starting like he might start. I don't know you never know how things will shape up and work out. But i just look at it. More in terms of number one. The style for him did not make sense in golden state. And i think more on steve. Kerr not finding to integrate them like yes. Kelly raise probably bottom five passers among forwards in the nba. Like it's gotta be up there but at the same time you knew that coming in like if you can't factor him into how you player system that's on you. That's not necessarily on a player who you know. This is how he plays. You can't fix somebody. As a passer like instantaneously. I actually thought defensively who saw last year like and e pm. I think it was like eighty six percentile on in defense and pm Most important like he's just good at being big and in the way he can get back. He's not always great off the ball but he saw it on the ball. He's longest shit and he makes good plays more often than not so that matters This team definitely needed more defense. And just more size on the wing and i think they kind of needed another back because as much as i like jay mcdaniels. We'll talk about him too but like he's not there yet So i just think in terms of like yeah. It's it's a decent amount of money but also like it's not that much compared to like a the cap is going to spike in a couple years anyways be he's a replacement he's an a slightly above Replacement level or at replacement level wig regarding regarding. How you view him. But i thought it was a fine signing like the fact that people want to come and sign in. Charlotte means something in my opinion like again. That's not necessarily winning you games lake. Okay if you're able to bring free agents in and get them to play in your system. And they look good and more importantly like just having guys that want to be that that matters like being able to like most teams like if india the indiana pacers would have loved to have kelly gray at like the mid level exception or something is happening for them..

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"rego" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"rego" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on THE HALF HOUR BROS PODCAST

"How would i say it. 'cause i want to be clear. I mean it's against him defamation. It is defamation innocence. Well it's the thing when people go man. Comedians have artistic license. And we're canceling too much rego. Well you just someone who came after me. Who was in that sits. You'll see but i wanna be clear to like. I have nothing against the guy. I've never met him but i also don't just could other people in my crosshairs and shit on their work in the course of making my own and then claim that i'm the one who's getting bullied. No i agree with you on that one because that's more of a personal defamation of like singular character he's more of like putting his like you said crosshairs onto just somebody who i guess can. Just get sniped. You know what i'm saying like. Just he just picked somebody and decided to to rip like that. I don't agree with that. What what are agree with that. What i don't agree with is when they get on stage and they have a certain premise or they have a certain headline and then everyone that sees it on. Take talker youtube goes. We shouldn't say that that's offensive but then you go to the show in they pan across the audience and it's like the guy made a joke about women and you look in every woman in. There's laughing for the most part. But what all the media gets. All the media puts out that affects his actual business is. This isn't shankill. This is just in general with the media puts out is like oh he's offensive to women women don't like him and people don't even look out what he said you are. She said well. Whoever the comic is people don't even look up the body of the work they won't even listen to the bit though. Just go online and be like. Oh this is so offensive guys. We have to shut this down. That's what i would like to stop. While i would. I would agree with.

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"rego" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

"And sponsors things in their community. But what we've discovered is that behavior becomes an ideal marker for us of a client that that we can deliver value to because marketing is not an event like so many people treated it is a a long term game that has never over and it's an investment in a business. It's not a cost and so if we can find people that believe that to some degree with a few exceptions it doesn't matter what industry they're it's interesting. Yeah because i think a lot of people focus on the niche or the niche again however one chooses to pronounce it of our favorite debates and marketing world is. How do you pronounce that were. I don't care yeah. I mean that's just that's kind of choosing the what but i think the difference is you're focusing on the choosing the who and And again you know. I'm going to go back to somebody who said stay focused on who. You can help fast. I'll tell you what that's an entire marketing book sentence. yeah. I think if people just did that. Who focused on. Who can help fast. That's going in our playbook. So i mentioned i have few more questions but i do want to acknowledge if you thinks that i got this for one that That is powerful. That is something that i think. We're going to have to talk about an our meeting our team meeting next week. I'm going to play around with some concepts on that. Because i think it's pretty cool The the thing. I meant one thing i got out of this was again. Nothing that you specifically said but something that a couple of things that you got me thinking about were ways for us to over deliver to our clients because you talk about the next direction. Rego's this hourglass right. You know model like we think of funnels in funnels perpetually narrower rightfully so we're charging more money or we're targeting a segment or whatever. They get narrow but this hourglass gets wider..

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"rego" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"To meet. And i guess the b. side of that question would be have you how do you how do you get. How do you navigate in a situation When you're doing improvisation. And which i guess. Improvisation is only good. As your collaborators and your collaborator Is really is only strong. As your weakest contributor what i wanna say weakest like but how do you okay. Let me just ask that question. One is is. Is there a challenge. That you have dreamt about that you've yet to achieve. And how do you navigate a situation in which you might be improvising with less skillful musicians. I don't know if you know if you sit in on a local bar one night with the now mean like the guys that you actively toured with. But i mean meant for me. You know. it's it's again it's one of those cliches the the onion thing every new. Step that you to geic musician. Reveal a thousand other things. It's like you know. I really need to work on that. And that matt so it's really infinite for me. I mean in terms of god. What do i need to get better at. You know i mean it's just i mean one thing i will say though so when i started making records i've only been a musician for four or five years. Now it's fifty some years and you know i'm i'm like so much better now than it's which makes it so much more fun. I understand so much more and you know remember when we first start talking now is kind of the goal for me. It's still the goal for me. I just want to understand. Like what is that. And you and when i hear some music that i really love i wanna know like okay. How does that work. And once i started doing that usually get to the point where i can kind of play in that round and You know and that that opens up another thousand doors. You know but i feel like i. I always income into music as a fan. I you know. I'm like i love music. Do you know the same way. I love that models record. You know. I hear stuff all. I love that. What is that. And i want to know what it is and also. Why do i love that so much. What is it about that that that really makes me dig it that much okay. I'm gonna give you a weird off though all example so the big hit right now. That young girl olivia rego. Yeah yeah her accounting right her tunisia. I mean because i have three kids..

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"rego" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"In common with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts banking capital. One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions kind of choosing the listen to another episode of your favorite podcasts and with our top rated app you can deposit checks and transfer money anytime anywhere making capital one and even easier decision. That is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one. Na member fdic. here's another story. I want you to know not a whole lot of people are talking about this devin funchess thing and if you missed this devin funchess thing entirely as i suspect you did. Here's what the packers receiver said in a press conference over the weekend while talking about reading reporters faces in the age of masks alike smile. Tell you smiling. I see stays. Icu rego chinky. Now i don't think devin funchess intended to insult billions of people when he used the word chinky while pointing to the corners of his own eyes and smiling and i happen to have the same read on the women's soccer team. Incidentally which very randomly tweeted out a photo. Two days before punches spoke where one of their players sa- chillier salvi was seen smiling and pulling her is back while wearing an orange cone as some sort of rice paddy style hat but while funches and you vent us have both apologized which you know cool. I guess. I mostly just wanted to be clear about something here. The term chink stands atop the medal. Stand of the most classic and i mean textbook anti asian racial slurs and the whole squinty slanty stuff. That's not some obscure thing to us. Either basically the free bird of anti-asian racist gestures. I am not exaggerating. When i tell you that pretty much. Every asian-american person. I know has been disrespected degraded honestly in these ways intentionally or not in our own lives so the most disturbing thing about funchess and you vent this innocently. Doing that stuff is not that you know we. Asians may have heard those words and seeing those gestures and instantly been triggered into some kind of emotional devastation. It's actually just the simple fact that so many people still have zero functional idea what the most obvious forbes of anti asian racism even our. I mean just think about how small the ask is here. Because nobody's even being asked to know why. This stuff is insanely disrespectful although sure it would be nice if people read up on the history of anti asian racism from the chinese exclusion. Act to vincent cheng to everything this year but instead all people are really being asked to know is an asian person like in real life and they truly don't because we could probably cut down on stuff exactly like this happening again and again and again if people would just consider what an actual asian person might think about whatever it is you happen to be saying almost as if we are here to and looking at you right in the eye i pop papa. Torah and this has been espn daily. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"rego" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"On me clearly. Vegas idled destroyed decided to live with that light bulbs i bohm for the league every bit. This live and clearly how sorry. Sorry if he kills himself this video rego fuck especially the news. Thank you for everyone. Joey only hanged himself from a bowflex but no along with. I guess it's a he just playing all right. Well okay. i wasn't very on a very good rip run away. But thanks sarah so i don't know why but i just i had to make this video. I never felt like literally minutes ago. How did you find on scrolling through facebook. And i'm a huge slipknot fan. So long of course are like their profile. And i see that they've made everything black their profile their headers why he had no wild. My first thought was that they're promoting a new album or something. I don't know. I had no idea when i click it The first thing i see is a picture of joey jordan. Ah fucking legend rest in peace. Come on a very very very sad day for music. So many germans around the world are diverse including someone drummers around the world are drummers hey y'all oh my gosh i just got some sad. I got some sad news. Goes the best. Joke joey jorissen. I think i'm saying last night. I'll such a former drummer from slipknot passed away. Yesterday passed away yesterday. I did not know that. The former drummer had passed away. God no yeah. One guy got his office because you don't facebook now. This got the day off from teaching public. Speaking on the livewire..

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Singer Olivia Rodrigo Works With White House on Vaccine Ads

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Singer Olivia Rodrigo Works With White House on Vaccine Ads

"Singer actor Olivia Rodrigo has paid a visit to the White House as part of a campaign to encourage covert nineteen vaccinations for young people I marches are a letter with the latest forever living abroad Rego has the top album in the country with sour and has hit shows on the Disney Channel she's using that star power to get young people vaccinated against covert nineteen Rodrigo is working with president Joe Biden and medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci to make videos aimed at educating young people about the vaccine it's important to have conversations with friends and family members and coaching all communities to get vaccinated and actually get to vaccination site which you can do more easily than ever before given how many sites we have and how easy it is to find them abaxis stock up

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"rego" Discussed on SuperMamas

SuperMamas

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"rego" Discussed on SuperMamas

"Amazing it's it's i'm definitely going to buy it so it's like Thirty five dollars is not that expensive awesome. Yeah definitely i'm going to ask about outdoor living is the food but then again that's all i always think about syria agenda food over everything for us. I mean for sure. That's that's the only reason why i want to go out. Just add more excited about camping. Yes another will even though like note really camping after listening to you know you mean. I wanted to go where you're going which i think it's like super awesome. I just a different experience. You know how this are just different experiences. I'm still down to the air streaming that. You're that you're going to do. I still want to do it at some point But this was this was awesome for the kids. And i think also one of the things i was like the most fun was that there were so many other kids you know. I think he was. If he was just gonna be our or experience by ourselves it would have been very different but there was more people you know there was like. It's like a community like communion. What yeah yeah. That's i mean there's so many communities. I just live like that. That's live in your tribe and your support semi ready races each other and that. That's that's the beautiful thing about creating community in outdoors. I could see how beautiful that extras for the kids to you know. Yeah we should definitely into it at some point whenever you ready. Yeah i mean at larkhall. School is pretty big on camping They do too big camping trips every year throughout their entire Sort of trajectory into school from kindergarten. All the way goes all the way through middle school. That's also yeah. I don't know if i explain this to you. I have a shares on the podcast before but when they go kindergarten first grade Take one parent. And i think it's going to answer rego and yeah. It's pretty much out there. That just how you say it with all families of the classroom. And all the kids hang out activities and you know you learn about campy and.

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Go, Go, Real Estate: How To Master Your Social Media & Generate Organic Leads

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Go, Go, Real Estate: How To Master Your Social Media & Generate Organic Leads

"So my job is to make sure that you know my name on that gogo chick and then what i do. I sell real estate and that's two things. I need them to know. I need them to know my name and i need them to know what i do for a living they are. So that's what they struggled with with the properties account whereas that's the that's the company. That's the office. That's everything and that's where it becomes difficult to kind of try and finally got a personality for i would say as far as the asian school. That's what i've always tried to push as well as become the person behind you know the orange so you have to show with a person as though because again people do business people so James are you name and brand. Who's the head of cassandra properties. So i'm the head of cassandra properties. The namesake was mom. Mom started in one thousand nine hundred nine there. You go so one of the things you should. One of your first videos should be. Hey let me tell you about hundred properties. i know. I don't look like asandra because cassandra's my mom. So let me tell you how it started and then you just go into it so then now you can have the relationship with people. They're like. Oh i didn't know you're used to use cassandra. Oh my gosh. she's your mom. Had no idea blah blah blah. So you that's a conversation starter. So that's your opening again to them to see who you are and see into your world and then all you need to do is this. Is your office. This is my office right here. I cared that rego. And i need to do with Video when you guys have your lunch ins or one of your age is just sort formula and hours this month or when you just had thirty agents you never had thirty agents before whatever that is let the people get to. Noble cassandra properties is. That's where the organic leads. Come in one they're like. Oh my gosh. Jessica just bought a house from you. She's our neighbor. I had no idea. I would love to work with you to how much they turn. How south for curious. And then you're gonna be like oh blah blah blah. We just closed down. It was for twenty nine. She's like seriously she doesn't even have a basement. How much would mind worth well. Let me run contrary quick and it just goes on and on it's like a never ending the other awesome part is now you could create your hashtag. So you would create cassandra properties agents hashtags. And then all of your agents would have their accounts. Created with the cassandra properties hashtag agents hashtag all of those agents belong to your brokerage and then every time they go on. They spread the world about what they're doing. Because this going to have to be individual you cannot run your social media for

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NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet

"Rover has landed in the past. Our perseverance touched down safely on Mars, where it will look for signs of ancient life, among other very cool things. And now the $2.7 billion spacecraft is getting a close up. Look at the Red Planet. With some engineering help from a Queens native Gotham's reporter City Pereira has the story. Vishnu Streeter grew up in Rego Park, where he was fascinated with watching airplanes take off from LaGuardia. His grandfather, a civil engineer who built trains and dams in India inspired him. Now he has co engineer these Super Cam, a scanner that can examine rocks and minerals from 20 ft away to reveal their chemical makeup. That's something I will cherish for less of my life having to have touched and worked on. A piece of hardware that's honest way to Mars. The 27 year old helped build the craft at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

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"rego" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rego" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Ross. Rego driver's license. Perfect thought this Sigalert featuring James Arthur blasting lever. You saw me. Feel about Trish. Take my runaways. Your kid LeRoi so done. So done. I'm done with the games. You play on them. So no, I'm not. I'm gotta pay you bang Seattle's number one hit music station where I go for a new music Movin 92.5 models you casino is your destination for more than 3000 gaming machines, action packed table games and the largest smoke free area of the state plus a newly remodeled casino floor and new center bar muscle suit Casino. Critics around the world agree you've never seen anything quite like one division unusual couple. I don't think that was ever requested. Rolling Stone grades. It's clever and dearie Wanda Nothing. Something's Whoa, Yeah. Boldly surreal. You're here to help marvelous. Finally back with its most unique storytelling. Yeah, really happened when you are in charge. Boulders. Marvel Studios One division Original series now streaming only on Disney. Plus well, here we are.

Indianapolis Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez confirms cancer surgery 'went well'

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Indianapolis Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez confirms cancer surgery 'went well'

"Is recovering from surgery that removed a cancerous tumor or Charlie. Clifford shows us how teammates and coaches are hoping to help his recovery. A punch from Rigoberto Sanchez hangs in the air for anywhere from 3 to 5. Seconds. This'll week, messages regarding his importance on this team triggered even quicker steam loves Rego respects we go. He's a leader on this team. Rico is really one of the guys, you know, not just a specialist. You know, He's one of the guys in a mixed in the locker room, and like I said, You're not gonna replace the guy like Griego on Wednesday, coach right filled with optimism, delivering In early post op update on his special teams. Ace Procedure went very well. He's a home resting. We're very optimistic. We're very thankful for the doctors and prognosis is positive for real. We're wholesome. It's not months. You know, we're hopeful is I don't know. I mean, it's you know, this is out of my league. The objective this weekend Houston defeat the decimated Texans stay within reach of the Titans for the F C South divisional crown. And certainly head of kick off the message in the locker room and across India. Win it for Rego. I think it would mean everything. It's the division game. That s a lot on this game to go out there and win and knowing we plan from them. I'm pretty sure he'll be very happy. He's a unbelievable partner and holder and kickoff Yet he's one of those. You're so good at his job. I try to keep him over there. It's nice for him having no point no point game but certainly will be looking forward to his return. Hopefully certain leg rest up

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Chasing Coral

Scuba Shack Radio

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Chasing Coral

"The documentary chasing Coral premiered in July 2017 and it is a powerful film and since we've been talking about coral reef conservation at the shop thought it would be good to do a review of chasing Coral here on scuba Shack Radio. I watched it again a few days ago and it was just as impactful as the first time I saw. The documentary was conceived by Richard veevers who is currently CEO of the ocean agency. Richard worked at a top London advertising agency before he got involved with a passion on Ocean conservation. He was working on a project called Excel Caitlin Seaview survey regarding images of coral reefs that's where he started to understand the impacts of coral bleaching. Around this time. He watched a documentary called Chasing Ice produced by Jeff orloski and chasing Coral was born. I thought I'd give some key statistics on what it took to put together chasing Coral first. It took about three years to shoot over 500 hours of incredible underwater footage off. There were Thirty countries contributing to the documentary and more than 500 volunteers involved just an incredible effort. The film won the People's Choice Award for best documentary at the Sundance Film Festival and the 2018 Emmy for Outstanding nature documentary. Jeff Orlowski was originally from Staten Island, New York. He went to Stanford to study anthropology got into filmmaking and worked on the Extreme Ice survey that turned into Chase nice in 2009. He found it exposure Labs a production company focused on socially relevant issues. So chasing Coral is really about the quest to document with imagery a coral bleaching event. By reviewing what was happening at carries forward Reef in in the Florida Keys and at airport Reef in America Samoa. They determined that they would need to build a viable underwater time lapse camera. That's when they go to a company in Boulder. Colorado called view into the blue and they were going to build a housing. That would keep it self clean. It just so happens the exact Rego works at view Into the Blue. He describes himself as a coral nerd and becomes a main player in the documentary. With the cameras developed, they deploy to Hawaii Bermuda and the Bahamas and they put down their cameras and wait a couple months to get the images. It's a failure. The images are out of focus a lost opportunity. It's back to the drawing board to fix the problems before their next attempt. The next opportunity is on the Great Barrier Reef. They head out deploy their cameras and wait a large typhoon impacts their plans. So they read the place to another Island lizard Island, but they aren't able to take any of their special cameras the team needs to do time lapse manually that means going out every day setting up the camp exactly as before and getting the photos painstaking and exhausting after more than a hundred days. They complete the work over that timeframe. The coral has bleached died and his overgrown by algae Zack is extremely emotional at this incredible loss. It's crazy to think of water temperatures at 95° Fahrenheit, but that's what it was dead. Another team went to New Caledonia where they observed an amazing phenomenon fluorescent corals an attempt to Shield itself from the temperatures an amazing sight am amazing colors just before bleaching extremely sad to see the corals stunning last gasps. The documentary continues with Zach and Richard presenting their work at the international coral reef Symposium in Hawaii the time lapse photography of the coral reef dying over a two-month period of dramatic and overpowering the reaction of the attendees demonstrates the sadness. The film wraps up with Jack diving with one of his Heroes doctor Charlie Verona Pioneer in Coral research and conservation. They are diving on a beautiful unimpacted part of the reef off Charlie reflects back on maybe he didn't do enough. Maybe we all need to do more. Corals are being assaulted on many fronts not just climate change but pollution sunscreen and carelessness citizens are trying and we need our governments to act as well. Perhaps a new day is Dawning. If you haven't yet seen chasing Coral. You can find it on Netflix. Please find a time. You won't be disappointed. If you've already watched it believe me. It's worth watching again. We can't let them

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Protesters gather in front of Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago home

Mark Levin

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Protesters gather in front of Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago home

"Christopher Columbus. Statues were removed from Chicago Parks early this morning. The mayor's office says the statues were removed because they become unsafe. By becoming such a flashpoint. There was another statue that was removed in a Rego Park in a part of town called Little Italy. The information about the removal started leaking as protesters were surrounding Mayor Laurie Lightfoot's house. In Rogers Park. Now aldermen are angry because they say the mayor capitulated to the angry mob rewarded rioters and did not Luke the aldermen in now. The statue in Grant Park was the site of a riot last week in which riders attacked police with frozen water bottles. PVC pipes sharpening spears boxes. Mike Tobin,

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Christopher Columbus Statues Taken Down After Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Orders Them ‘Temporarily Removed’ From Grant Park, Arrigo Park

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Christopher Columbus Statues Taken Down After Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Orders Them ‘Temporarily Removed’ From Grant Park, Arrigo Park

"Columbus Columbus Statues Statues in in Chicago Chicago are are down. down. A A group group of of protesters protesters cheered cheered after after crews crews remove remove the the controversial controversial statue statue in in Grant Grant Park Park with with a a crane crane overnight. overnight. Another Another Columbus Columbus statue statue in in Rego Rego Park was taken down leader in the morning. The removals follow reports that Mayor Lori Lightfoot was planning to get rid of both statues. The mayor's decision comes after a violent clashes last week between police and protesters attempting to take down the grant Park statue.

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Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31

"Popular twist. Dreamer Byron wreck full. Bernstein dies thirty one. This is only Schaefer at writing. Byron Wreck Full Bernstein a popular video game stream around which has died according to social media post from his ex-girlfriend's and brother. Was Thirty one, according to blue magical, his ex girlfriend, and one of the people who who initially confirmed his death on social. Media Bernstein died by suicide. Bursting went by the name wreck full on twitch where he was, he was best known for his work restaurant world of warcraft streams, and had over nine hundred and thirty six thousand followers most recently, Bernstein had been working as a developer on his own video game ever which was set released later this year. Greg, this is a story that I saw very going up on twitter. And this one of the ones where I I wasn't really familiar with WHO wreck was, either you know read through the story and was very saddened to see that he was huge switched remarried and. died by suicide in a way that I think is the reminder like. In? The same way that any company can be I guess corrupted. By you know whatever might be going on there, in the same way, anybody can go community going through problems. Anybody can be going through depression. Anybody can be struggling and so two that like you have good oppose that you put up on the forms. Rego saying that you're not allowed to kill yourself, and if you want to expand on on that at all, but yeah I mean.

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 Duterte in China amid expectation he'll raise sea disputes

Financial Issues

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Duterte in China amid expectation he'll raise sea disputes

"That and Philippine president broad Rego detent today will be Chinese lady she later today you bring a key piece of information an international ruling that invalidate some of Beijing's claims in the South China Sea bin bags Andre a Cologne so reports the third is expected to discuss BG how to explore energy resources in the South China Sea the Philippine leader also planned service in this meeting a contentious ruling nullifying some of China's claims in the disputed waters the two leaders are also expected to sign a piece of five agreements on economic cooperation and

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Italy: Teen's father says son didn't know friend had A  knife

Armstrong and Getty

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Italy: Teen's father says son didn't know friend had A knife

"The father of one of the bay area teens detained in a deadly stabbing of an Italian police officer says that is eighteen year old son insists he didn't know his friend had a knife correspondent Melissa bell has more words from the father says that his son was not even aware that the other team Finnigan elder had been carrying an I. warranty did he use it in the scuffle with those two police officers that ended tragically with the death of old one of them's a really clearing his son's name officer Mario Rego was stabbed eleven times during a botched drug deal according to officers he was

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