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"rhody" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"We want to see around the world to understand who we are from those talks. We bring you speakers and ideas. That will surprise. You just don't know what you're gonna find challenge you which we have the acts ourselves like wiser no worthy and even change you. I literally feel like a different person. Do you feel that way. Ideas worth spreading from ted and npr. I'm a newsom rhody. And as we begin to gather again in parks city centers. More at school. I've been wondering. Why.
The Rays Eliminate the Yankees In a Heartbreaking Game 5
"Me ask you this e because. In, twenty seventeen, there was this new core coming up right. And the thought was hey. Unexpected Ron made the playoffs one game away from the world series and I remember even the wildcard game against Minnesota that year was like just let this core group get a playoff series under their belt so that they get some experience and can grow with it. You got within one game of the world series one one of the world series it didn't happen. Now, there's a postseason failure in eighteen in one, thousand, nine hundred and get to the brink again, it doesn't happen in twenty losing game five of the LDS. At this point. Does it still if you're part of that group. visit. Still feel like you're ascending or do you start wonder if you've plateaued Now, you deficit they just sending I mean especially, those guys are so young you know what I'm saying like. inexperience in you know in age. So Yeah I. Mean You know going back over that run like seventeen we had to run. With all those young kids in. Out though I didn't I had I, didn't think it was gonna make the playoffs just just because we went to the playoffs in seventeen and everybody had career years we're coming back. You know with a young team I just I was surprised that we made the playoffs gotta ask. about a red sox end. In the next year, I thought nineteen, we were set up to. To to make a great run a debrecen. Obviously, we didn't do that. NFL This year you know is short season everything went on. So just to be able to to get out there and play and compete I think guys are excited. You know excited I mean I think is a lot to build on I. Don't think. I don't think you can up this year with the rest of them just because it was such a short season you don't think any. There's no like wondering are we the you know late nineties braves early two thousand braves where we're going to. We're GONNA get to a certain now they won one in ninety five to be fair to them. But then you know they're winning division after division after division losing to the playoffs losing the playoffs listen to play. Yeah I mean it does that enter the mind of this group at this point. I. Like I'm not in a group anymore so. I can't. Really tell you if they're starting to feel like that or not. You know. I was never I was never in that position I was about to say as a young player would. Myself as when I was young, I always felt like I had time like like August time to do you know what? I'm saying I got time to do, and then like I say, I, always bring up a seven because that was our year like we put it all together and that was a year and didn't happen. So starting panicking. So. You would have to ask the guys individually which year they thought that they were GonNa win in when it doesn't happen that year then you start panicking like shit maybe this this may not have you know hand. Right now all those guys play for the Yankees in they noted that the organization will do whatever they can to try to win auto free agents, auto players, and so no I think that they got time you. and. The reality is the starting rotation. Looked a lot different than what they had set out for because you thought you were going to have Severino James Paxton right behind Garrett Cole and you didn't, and obviously that changes the equation and made you have to use the bullpen differently, etc. Now, I, WanNa talk about coal for a minute see look if there's One Guy. Who acquitted himself beautifully in this Yankees. postseason. It was Garrett Cole I. Mean This Dude was everything they could've asked for he gives up one hit in this game and who knows if it's not for some weird wall overhang that Aaron judge got to familiar with maybe he doesn't even give up any hits in his five and a third innings. He. He really delivered and that you have to feel good about knowing okay. This guy is going to shove exactly the way you want him to this time of year yet. That was great to watch him be able to go out before. As that I know he wants you know what I'm saying. So it'll be good not this time next year everything rolling around you'll be fans in the stands and. Hopefully. We can have that Yankee Stadium proxy magic, and. Readiness. All the way to to we're supposed to be, which is a berated. I. What about pitching on three days Resi. What feels different like do you notice like all my arm isn't as strong I mean what? What what makes it a more difficult challenge when you're not pitching on your normal rush when you're pitching on short rest, it's not necessarily like your are being source. It's like everything else like little aches Oh you know you know you didn't get your. Your full arrest so you can't really overthrow You know watching that I felt like he was trying to give his normal effort their first ending everything was up. You know he was all kind of all over the place. Any just kinda settled in you know what I'm saying he gave us time you take a little longer than than usual and. He kinda settled into the game was able to find this delivery. That's the one thing about picking three days you have to find your delivery like. Were percent. Can you pitch at whether that? Sixty, five, percent seventy, five, percent, eighty, five percent. You know what I'm saying like you have to find that was going to make you be able to strikes in and be effective. So if it seems like you've found that right at the right time, you got to strike out and you know he kinda he kinda sail from after that I mean you have to Solo homer to tomatoes and then you know almost today what's that guy's name? You say his name well over process l. no the guy run our arousal arise arena Larussa Rhody. Almost curveball out but other than that. You know he pitched great. So yeah like you said I mean he delivered and and you know going forward that he'll be able to to to pitch in these situations you know several be able to pitch any situation. We saw what money can do to two nights ago. Yeah. Your boy came man Monte the Frazier Bryant Man, these guys these guys are in a good spot. So like I said nobody I don't think anybody in their Hispanic and not player. Wise. Anyway, you know that that's is the fans in the front office and stuff. You are the master of pitching on three days Resi and because of that even though it has a little less punch because the Yankees lost this game compared to what it would have been if the Yankees won this game. I want explore that a little bit further with you because you you did it a lot. I mean the way you did it in. Milwaukee with multiple starts down the stretch over and over again as you were just in Bistro and then we saw it in the nine playoffs as well where you did it the entire Oh nine playoffs and delivered you did it in game one and four of the AL CS is at it again in Games one and four the world series. What kind of advice did you offer Garrett Cole as he was getting ready to do it for the first time in his career as someone who did a lot and did it in big stages? You know what I didn't and I was watching the first thing that I was like man Fuck I should've called. You know what I'm saying. But I didn't he's he gates. He's he he figured it out on his own. You know what? I'm saying, I don't need to call bad like he'll call me if he did something. Yeah so I don't I don't want to bother him. I don't WanNa call him I know how he is. You know know the days before you know the day of leading up to historic. So you know I I don't want to call him but please believe I'll facetime mining when I figured out that he was making start. Well whatever you told Monte in the face time, it worked out really pitch well and game four and I was encouraged. You know see if we go through this game, there's not there's not a lot to nitpick and say, okay, this could have been done differently. This could have been done differently. We've just lost a game and. You just lost a baseball game to. All the time where we go to Tampa or we we play apple you know what I'm saying. So that's why I was so scared to play them in the playoff series because. That's the one team that I know that can fucking Peterson the series and they know it too. Yep Yet one hundred percent. It's how I felt last year too when they were playing the Astros and people like Oh we want the race I was like the race competing in the. Last. Year to we would have been counted the same. You know what I'm saying we would have been a seven game series for sure if they beat if last night got typically fucker pitches. Right move coming for the first. and. On the whole right I mean this is this is not what you are looking forward to. If you're major league baseball as far as ratings go I believe the Yankees when all is said and done at the end of this s I think they're gonNA have nine of the top ten highest rated games thus far in the playoffs they're going to have been involved in. So you know you better believe that there are going to be people who are wishing that the Yankees went as deep as possible for the sake of you know the economics of the sport, but from a pure. David Goliath baseball storyline, and there is something amazing even though it's not going to make my stomach feel-good or your Z. about the Tampa Bay rays and they're twelve dollar payroll. Taken down the big bad Yankees and Brosseau hitting the home run off Chapman after that like there's something crazy about that story how many times it I tell you that's not the way we do my career I'm not into. The raise but winning visit. I kept telling you that. The fucking raise
"rhody" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
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"rhody" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
"But for a custom builder allows a huge amount of like versatility in the same machine if you build the geometry of the frame around the lightness. Interesting. So it sounds like something that you know if you're attracted to that fork for whatever reason, you really want to think long and hard about the geometry of your bike because without the specific intention to take advantage of that, you might end up having a an unintended consequence. That's negative. Oh Yeah. This is not that you should throw on and you'll bike. Without understanding the handling. The way that it's GonNa Affect handling. But if you're doing a custom build frankly vows doing accustomed bill today at this fort is not cheap but I would spend that money because having to biases not cheap either in this fork allows you to essentially turn one by the two. So you know not an inexpensive investment but something that really radically extends the versatility from machine if you build the geometry of the frame around it so definitely. Comes out from me to tender. That's super cool. I mean I know I've sort of asked you about this before too about the ramifications of that and what I really should be thinking about an intending to feel when I'm in quote unquote road mode versus off road mode and it it the things you've said. Really make this kind of solution attractive to me because I do want my off roading to feel off Rhody and and have all the advantages of a great geometry and big tire clearance. But when when I slap it into road mode I, certainly want to go in and. Knock around with my road buddies. Yeah. And there's a lot of subtlety to geometry as well around say like the ride height of your bike based matere size that you put on. A So, if you everything else is equal on your bike and you run bigger tires, you're going to slow down the handling. In, you're going to make the bike having a natural propensity to track straight easier be increasing the trail figure, which is something we haven't talked about yet, but I'm so you can't There's no like you in this thing and it only has one effect E. It's that you change one one variable in this complex system in has a lot of knock on effects, but there's you're right that the way that bikes are now generally you're stuck with a geometric. And so you try to make that geometry's versatile as possible, and now we're getting into the realm of you can actually change the geometry offer different applications. That's pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah. It's GonNa. Be Interesting to see. This type of. The become more and more present in bike design from the ground up. Getting, getting away from more bikes, I know that this is not the intention as companies adopt this. But ultimately, you know the the more you can do with your bikes better in my opinion. that. Well, thanks for drilling down that I was curious about it. It's like it's got some cool other features like. Internal routing for a dino generator hub, which I thought was cool for an adventure bike and Anyway for the listener go check those out minimum. You're going to enjoy the builder gallery. and. I'll link to that because there are beautiful bikes out there and then just check out the fork and think about how it might fit into the future of your vision for your own gravel bike at home. Yeah. Yeah. So what's been on your mind this week my man, what else are the thing that I saw in the news was in bike radar it's talking about specialized new tarmac and there's one that really stuck out for me which was the tarmac. Force TAB ACCESS ONE X. Tarmac seven. Is. Awful but anyway his. What's interesting here is that it's another one by road machine from specialized..
What Is Balut, and How Do You Eat It?
"Around the World World Street. Food provides nutrition sometimes entertainment usually and instagram opportunities increasingly on the go from fresh cut fruit to dirty water dogs to Rhody to stir fried noodles too deep fried everything to pretzels to Kebab of all kinds. But nothing is quite like Balut. Translating to wrap in Tagalog and Malay Balut is a partially developed bird. Embryo typically a duck. It's incubated for anywhere from fourteen to twenty one days before it's boiled old or steamed and eaten at around one hundred eighty eight calories each with approximately fourteen grams of protein. This delicacy is a staple it roadside markets in Southeast Asia. Although many of us around the world eat unfertilized eggs the idea of eating one. That's been fertilized and this contains and albeit very early stage. Developing duck inside side can seem a bit well odd but Balut is widely considered a celebrated staple in countries like Vietnam and the Philippines. It's also purported to be an aphrodisiac though. Historically speaking pretty much everything has been at some point seriously. My other show is a food show and the only thing we found that it's definitely not has been lettuce but anyway Balut how and where did Balut get it start it. All begins in China. Blue was first introduced from China to the Philippines in eighteen. Eighty five where it quickly became a cheap and easy stock for laborers from their Filipino. Immigrants took Balut with them wherever they emigrated and call on in countries entries like Laos Cambodia Vietnam and Thailand in the Philippines ballot is everywhere. It's often eaten as a late night. Snack Street vendors hawking. The dish open even as the sun goes down and it's common to hear them shouting out ballot. Two people walking by the dish comes with some controversy. It's forbidden by some religious practices offices like Islam and Judaism that restrictions on what animals can be eaten and how they can be slaughtered. Additionally some countries like Canada Count Balut as a health. Risk as quote. Incubators are conducive to the potential growth of Salmonella. Though the same thing can be said about eating raw cookie dough where even expanded it however alike like most controversial foods. The stigma surrounding Balut is one that should be taken with a grain of salt. We spoke via email with food and travel host and journalist Christie Hung mm-hmm she's self-described Pollute Fan who's eaten the fertilized dug at home and on the side of the road in various places all over Asia. She said I mean. The dish can be daunting to try. But every culture has their own so-called weird dish that's an acquired taste for many scots have haggas. Swedes have stir strumming the Chinese have Durian Rian and Japanese have not though it's an excellent point so how does one eight ballot and more importantly what the heck does it taste like hung Hung suggests that all you really need is a pinch of salt and a couple of Herbs Belot is prepared sort of like a hardboiled egg fertilized. Egg is cooked in boiling water for about twenty to thirty minutes. And you eat it while. It's still warm if you want to consume it the typical Filipino way. You crack the shell of the egg and peel a small hole in the inner membrane. I'm Ben SIP. The warm fluid inside finally season the solid goods remaining with salt and vinegar then peel and eat but hung explains that. There's really no right or wrong way to get loot. And she says she knows plenty of people who eat it with Chile store. Vinegar the only thing you really want to avoid is Balut. That's too old as in the embryo inside is too old. So it's basically a duck that she says can taste and I quote life ruining hung said if you find find a proper place that prepares it then it should taste like a moose. The balloon itself should be mild. The yoke portion should taste rich and creamy. The broth portion should taste like an extremely dreamily rich chicken. Or Duck. Soup if it's undercooked or if the Balut is too old that it contained fishy or crunchy. That's not what you want. Incubation debated timing is indeed key for Balut and seventeen days of incubation. Is the sweet spot. Eggs aged just to that point should be boneless taste bike poultry and have a smooth texture like Moose Hung said Balut that age longer could have beaks bones and even feathers which are all still edible. But maybe not what you're looking for. And if you're not in Southeast Asia never fear. You don't have to travel too far to try this dish. Cities across the United States now boast any number of spots serving serving it.
Woman gives birth at Pink concert to youngest Pink fan ever
"Over the last sixty years there have been arguments among friends about which musical artist is the greatest live performer of all time people from generations ago might say was elvis presley those hips gyrated a lot not too long ago movie came out about queen a lot of people from the eighties might say that freddie mercury was the best live performance you could ever see today some people might argue that beyond say i wish i could see her i still i saw her with destiny's child but we saw Homecoming. All right. heard then too young jeffery says that when he saw chambal woman who was saying In his life. Yeah. He's followed them a lot of places. Rhody for. might officially have proof the greatest live performer ever and it's not other than pop artist pink How many times she's amazing video of her in concerts? like a circus she owns the crowd she's known for electrifying performances but recently she took over the next level because she was doing a concert in liverpool and apparently it was so exciting that it actually sent one of the fans into labor call nine one one two paramedics had to wade through the crowd of five thousand people in order to reach the mother with our help the mom gave birth right there in the stadium Usually medics are called concerts for drug overdoses. But when you go to a peak concert. She's not new to the game anymore. You know, a lot of fans or having babies a little bit older with me. My entire life. The baby emerged into the world to the tune of get the party started. Yeah. Was on the baby's actually born. Yeah. given the circumstances of the night the mother decided name the newborn girl dolly pink dolly Bold
"rhody" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"A partner that I'm showing I see your new interests and I want to encourage them. Isn't that being a good partner? John, like when you know that your partner for eight years is into something, new, you want to encourage them to explore that. So I want you to explore the the Rhody world. I'm I don't think I think it was I think it was good. But I don't think it's something that I'm looking at have happened all the time. You know Mike, I don't need that all the time. So are you confirming that to me or asking me, do you know or talking about? She was a rodeo already is. I know what happened last week. Oh, you do. Yes. I don't know. Sometimes I don't want to know the real me too, and you get a road in the morning. The rest of the day, just a blur. Don't remember talking you don't remember what you're doing so many, what are you asking me? No, you look, wait till you get home. Then there's no need for Rhody, the house to yourself. Fine. It's fine. You know, I have to worry about, then we'll worry about fathers day trim. Seven two seven five seven one or two five. And that's how this whole thing started as you asking about fathers day. Tramp bodies are into. But I think that's why don't know who's tra-? I mean I guess I know who started perpetuate that live. Yeah. Dads are seventy nine percent of men with the dad Bod say they're happy with their body. Seventy eight percent of both men and women say, a dad Bod is signed that a guy is confident in his own skin. You look at a dad Baden go. Oh, that guy's confident is a dad Bodmin. You're, you're, you're fat. I don't know. Do I have a dad bod'ed? Why is this like is no? You don't have a dad bought it. But I'm a dad anymore, dive Abbad. I had. So you're saying. I had. Yeah. There are pictures that I've seen of you where I think you could be classified as a dad bought. But that no longer applies. Thank you guys. Then you think they're not comfortable in their own skin. Like I just assumed because I'm not that nobody is my as, if you love your body. Love your by. That's cool for me. Seth eluded to it that I wouldn't be attracted to dad, by the fact that the matter is. No. I want it because I love working out. It's my favorite thing.
"rhody" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Exceptional picking the right dealership helps and backed it's everything Audubon, motorcar group, both wagon why settlement Rhody university, just north of thirty in Fort Worth. Twenty one years ago on this show. Back in nineteen ninety eight we found out that some car manufacturers, pudding, little black boxes in automobiles and the black boxes were there to hold onto data before an accident. It would know how fast you were going, whether you hit the brakes just the most minor stuff, right before an accident because people get into accidents and they always want to say my car. No. They don't many say their cars become demonic possessed, the data would be interesting because the government could always use it to come up with better statistics to make car safer. But back in nineteen ninety eight I said, it's your car you own the black box that came with your car, and in case of an accident a lawsuit, the manufacturers won't get to want to go after that data. Two. Undo any legal liability that you might be putting against him. And I said, there's nothing wrong with that because an accord of law, if you caused the accident, you're drunk to a ninety miles an hour, you never ever hit the brakes, you turned into the tree, whatever the case may be you should have to tell the truth and cord and let the liability forwards gonna fall by the same token. If you slammed on the brakes, and your master, cylinder, broke apart and the brakes didn't work. That's the manufacturer's fault. Right. But my biggest complaint was, nobody told you. They were doing this. That's what bothered me was. There was an intent to deceive. They should tell people in fact, I said you needed at P they needed, put it on the final contract, for the car that you are aware. There is a black box in the car, and it is building up this data on you. And in the event of a lawsuit, the manufacturer may go to court to subpoena, the data in question that way, you know about it up front. You know what your car's doing, you know they're gonna come after subpoena, and you become part of the contract, because you understand it and I'm a big believer in that on the other hand, I said, this could be very important because it could lead to fewer lawsuits, if people knew of front they had a black box taking in this data. Right. So I think there might be a few few Raxit. It's fewer lawsuits, but everybody is on the same page, and has prior knowledge, and that seems to be fair. Well at the time some of the car company said oh, yeah. We're only doing this on a limited test nature. I think GM was one of them all we're just putting on a few cars, yet works out. In fact, they just putting it on everything. Another said, oh, we're doing the test in them in Rochester, New York, and they weren't. They were putting them in everything. And that's when it gets scary is when you catch them at something then they lie about what you caught them at. Then what are they really going after because of transparency and honesty, wasn't it? Well, the years gone by and the black box is a whole lot more now cars today as the story starts, or sensually smartphones on wheels. I think that's bad way to start the story there weals that have computers in them. And they're constantly collecting, all sorts of data the telematics on your car are always on always transmitting its ends vehicle performance of maintenance data it can send collect and send up to twenty five gigabytes, an hour, which is faster than you can copy one hard drive to another on a thunderbolt drive. One of the things is doing it knows if you gain weight, how's that? Yeah. Those way when you sit in the front seat. Jim Hackett this EEO, the Ford Motor Company spoken in detail about the company's plans to monetize, all of this that, but he's just won. The said it out loud. They're all doing it. But here's a question that Bill handy in the New York Times asked who owns and ultimately controls that data. By the way, it's not only tracking your white gang. It knows how fast you driving knows.
"rhody" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. It's one thirty good Saturday afternoon. I'm John roller Virginia Beach this afternoon trying to make sense of one of its city employees allegedly opening fire at his job site yesterday afternoon, killing eleven co workers and one non employees before being killed by police bear. Bobby Dyer telling reporters this afternoon, tragic as it is this incident could have been much worse were it not for the actions of hero recomend, the officers, the people that ran into a building with a active shooter, shooting forty five caliber bullet and saved many people, there's more outrage over President Trump's newly proposed five percent tariff on Mexican goods from local car dealership, every car manufacturer has some stake south of the border. Whether it be just parts or fully assembled cars that are shipped up owner, Mark. The boy of Mark and Mark Mitsubishi says about twenty percent of his cars and parts come from Mexico. He knows the tariffs will drive up costs of new and used cars supply, demand is what affects used car pricing and just make the tougher consumers divide car. President Trump claims his tariff is about stopping drugs and illegals deploy says taxing American consumers and businesses is no way to do that. Peterson more KTAR news. Let's get a check on the valley roadways right now, Patrick rodeos live in the valley Chevy dealers. Trump said hitherto, we have a couple of new crashes in Phoenix, sixty two to Buckeye road. Also nineteenth avenue south of deer valley road. We have a row closure due to a vehicle fire. I seventy northbound about three miles north of these turn off at milepost two that's closed until further notice this report, brought by Richard warehouse your one stop shop to research fly lease Madison sell single family rental properties, wretches warehouse list Ruth manage all under one roof. I'm Patrick Rhody, kitschy, our news. What are.
Self-Driving Buses Hit the Streets
"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Thursday may twenty third. Wow. It's Thursday already that was quick. We've heard a lot about self driving cars, but cities already struggling with congestion, a worried that traffic will get even worse when Thomas cars at the road. So they're stepping up research on Thomas. Public transit, how as you feel about getting on a bus that no one is driving. That's right. Tournaments buses are about to be a real thing cities from providence. Rhode Island to Dallas Texas are already testing self-driving vans and minibuses providence launched its five passenger little Rhody last week. It's running a free five mile route through town to learn how pedestrians drivers and passengers will interact with the laser directed bus passengers must wear seatbelts at all times, of course, and there's a human driver on board just in case owed its top speed. Twenty five miles per hour may mobility, the company that assembled little Rhody. Also runs self driving shuttle services into Troy and Columbus, Ohio. According to the Boston Globe bus, manufacturer new flyer is taking a different tack, one of the largest bus makers in North America new flyer is partnering with AI for robotics research to develop full size autonomous buses. It plans to launch them in twenty twenty although full deployment will be some years away as it preps vehicles. It's also readying the streets, new flyer is developing roadway. Connectivity applications called vehicle to infrastructure technology. They'll be designed to help make self driving buses safe on city streets. That's important, both for obvious reasons. The transportation industry was rocked when an era Zona pedestrian was killed by a self driving Uber back in March of twenty eighteen but it's also critical for the perception of Thomas vehicles. A twenty eighteen surveys showed that about eighty percent of passengers remain to nervous about self driving vehicles to climb aboard. So as technologists race to put self driving buses on the road, marketers will also have to race forward to change the perception, that human drivers are more reliable than artificial. It's a route into the future that no one has driven before. From one day this is business wars daily. Would you hop on a self driving? Bus post on linked in or tweet us at business wars. Need love to hear from you? I'm David Brown will see. Tamar. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.
"rhody" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Trading above seventy dollars a barrel and closer to what's needed to balance. The government budget of Persian. Gulf producers, ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Let's get a check now on traffic and weather in the valley Chevy dealers. Traffic center, it's Patrick Rhody. Hither Giulini crashing, Phoenix three or four street in Camelback involving a bicycle now the new crashing pinks this one eight hundred avenue innings cowrote and impure new collision working Ville road west vs avenue. This report is sponsored by Dairy Queen Hagi. Hugh fans assume, we're blessed menus tearing up the sweet this new flavors and we're turning favors, only at your cue. Happy tastes good. I'm Patrick Rhody, KTAR news. Our weather for the valley. Tonight, partly cloudy and cool, fifty eight is the low tomorrow, high of seventy three sunshine during the day later on Tuesday, mostly sunny and breezy, eighty is the high end fifty-six later that day whether brought to you by Howard air whether place or repair, call Howard air, seventy seven degrees in junction. I'm Julie LeVine on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. J T, A, R, news, ninety two three FM and ninety eight seven FM. Arizona's sport's station are looking for organizations that regularly distributed information about employment opportunities to job applicants or who have job applicants to refer. If your organization would like to receive notification of job vacancies that are stations, please notify human resources by mail. Our address is seventy seven forty north sixteenth street, suite two hundred Phoenix, Arizona, eight five zero two zero or you can call us at six zero two two seven four sixty two hundred that's six oh, two two seven four sixty two hundred our Email addresses, HR, V, I, C, P, H, X dot com. That's HR at B I, C P, H dot com. KTAR news ninety two three FM and ninety eight seven FM Arizona's sport's station are equal opportunity employers. And we encourage minorities and fee. Emails to apply. Searching for a remodeling company that you can trust can be challenging at Republic west.
"rhody" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"I don't care what it was. And I was gonna scarf it. I need the. Your apple that made him all Brown by the time. You that good? You leave that apple, you know. Absolutely. Absolutely. But you just they're always those kids that had more than you. And they had the cooler lunchboxes and all that. Stuff isn't going to be equal. If the argument is that look this is the only meal that kids get well. They're getting a meal that look at the sandwich. Newsweek as the picture, right? Is there anything wrong with giving which it's a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Toothpicks in there. You can do that. If you want to club sandwich. Now, give me a better way to do this than than war is doing it. They're they're thirty seven grand in the red last year, they were twenty seven and a half grand in the red for the year. And now it's over thirty Rhode Island as a state, according to the local TV station and their WPRI public schools in Rhode Island last year. We know decide supporter Rico, right? We went over this yesterday. They had more than three hundred thousand dollars worth of debt specifically from lunch. Justin Rhody, the littlest big state new union three hundred grand how how much how long does this still Bill Parcells line? How long you gonna let him push around. There has to be a better way in one way is to people on getting big tuna sandwiches down there. They're getting but that was one of my favorite quotes. But that's what it means. If you allow them to push you around they will push you around last year, Rhode Island got pushed around the tuna three hundred grand ward colognes getting over thirty seven grand to this point this year. How long are you gonna let that go on before you have to do something? And what's the something? You can do you got two choices. You can you got three. You can eat it. How does that solve the problem? You can shame them which is what you're doing. Or you can shame them even more, which is you could put pictures up or you could have a website in these guys. Nobody wants that. You're only workable solution is this. I think will. But that's what you were saying the Bernie Sanders plan. Everybody gets the basic. And then if you want to upgrade that's up to the parents and the kid, and the basic is the peanut butter and jelly works. We're gonna make sure your head outside of that responsibility should be build in the old days. It was like this peanut butter jelly a pint of milk in an apple think about Schiff, Tom Hodgson down in Bristol County. Right. He charges his inmates who by the way, get three squares a day. He charges them five. He was charging them five bucks before the legislature said, no crazy. But he was saying you can work it off you can not press license plates. I don't know what they do with jail, but they pants up in Dammar Denham, or whatever it is. You can clean highness enough..
The need for a just culture in health care
"This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion health professionals like anyone can make mistakes and sometimes these mistakes can cause death or disability in many organizations. There's an attempt to find the individual at fault and punish them or remove them from their job. However, more often than not this doesn't solve the problem because the problem isn't with an individual it is with the system. So for example, on a busy night shift. A supervising physician tells a junior doctor to get a chest x Ray on a patient. Well, the junior doctor is incredibly busy that night. And well, she forgets the next morning on rounds. The junior doctor is hesitant even scared to tell the senior doctor that she forgot to do the x Ray. So she says the X Ray was normal. Yes. The resident lied and this is wrong. But the system created a culture. Where she was afraid to admit to human error the system also created so much work that the junior doctor forgot about the X Ray. And there was no system to remind her all these problems require systems changes without these kinds of changes. It only perpetuates the problems what is needed is a just culture doctor. Meg Zama Rhody is the assistant provost for interprofessional practice at the university of North Carolina. She is an expert on just culture just culture as when we move away from a system of blaming an individual and start to look in Justin fairway about how we need to make system changes or how the organization can address it as a whole rather than looking at one person to blame. There are three ways an individual can contribute to mistakes one is human error one is risk taking in one is being reckless. The intervention for each is different. Doctors Marotta explains using. A simple example, you're driving down the road. And all of a sudden, you see the blue lights flashing, and it's because you're being pulled over by a policeman, the policeman pulls you over and says, sir or ma'am, you were going sixty five to fifty five and your responses. Oh my goodness. I didn't see the sign change. She that's an example of human or you weren't paying attention. The speed limit changed. And you missed it. The police might scold you and tell you not to let that happen again until you to pay more attention in the future. The second example is risk taking behavior. You are pulled over cop says Hello, you're going sixty five in a fifty five. And you say, oh my goodness. I realized that but I'm late for this very important meeting. And you have a strong rationale for the action that you are doing which is speeding in this case. That example, the cop would say I want you to be safe. It's important that you actually go the speed limit bad things can happen when you speed and give you perhaps a warning but educate you in that process. The third example is reckless behavior. You get pulled over and you tell the police. I I know I was speeding frankly. I don't care. I I'm a great driver. Nothing's going to happen to me speed limits are or silly to begin with often errors are not the result of bad people, but poorly designed systems when airs occur. We need to ask was the person doing this because they were reckless because they were risk-taking or because they made an error in a poorly designed system, this is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
"rhody" Discussed on WTVN
"No is interesting about this. Is that Rhody said that she actually played it for husband thinking that? Hey, this is a Coyote, you heard her say this, Kylie, speaking, whatever has said, no it's not a Coyote and besides there, no coyotes in the area. So I mean, it could have been some rogue wolf for coach or what have you? But with the picture being shown, and we have the picture on the Facebook page of the the woman in white standing there with a child at the end of the tractor. He put his brights on because he saw something in the roadway put his bright sun. And there was the woman standing there in the road right next to an irrigation pond. So she was by a body of water. And so once again here, we have this picture of the image of the woman who drowns children, and once again, we're talking about Philip infanticide abortion of the crime of killing child. I mean. We are in a time or strange things do happen. In fact, homicide is one of the leading causes of death by children today's world and insulated to point five percent of all murders are fiddle or killing son or daughter, and the cursive logic is this film. That's coming out tomorrow. There are people and of course, Rhody says she feels she's cursed on it. But it was a woman in nineteen Eighty-six was felt she was cursed lodger. We'll tell talk to tell you about her talk to you about your.
"rhody" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"No is interesting about this. Is that Rhody said that she actually played it for husband thinking that? Hey, this is a Coyote, you heard her say this, Kylie, speaking, whatever has said, no it's not a Coyote and besides coyotes in the area. So I mean, it could have been some rogue wolf for coach or what have you? But with the picture being shown, and we have the picture on the Facebook page of the the woman in white standing there with a child at the end of the tractor. He put his bright sun because he saw something in the roadway put his bright sun. And there was the woman standing there in the road right next to an irrigation pond. So she was by a body of water. And so once again here, we have this picture of the image of the woman who drowns children, and once again, we're talking about Philip infanticide abortion the crime of killing child. I mean. We are in a time. We're strange things do happen. In fact, homicide is one of the leading causes of death by children today's world at an estimated two point five percent of all murders are fiddle or killing son or daughter, and the cursive logic is this film. That's coming out tomorrow. There are people and of course, Rhody says she feels she's curse for legit on it. But it was a woman in nineteen Eighty-six felt she was cursed logic. We'll tell talk to tell you about her talk to you about your.
UK survivor questions Russian diplomat on fatal nerve agent
"British man whose exposed to the Novi chock nerve agent in south west India Nastya has met the Russian ambassador in London to question him about the incident in which is partner. Dawn Sturgis died. Sarah, Walton reports Johnny Rowley said the embassador Alexander Yakovenko seemed genuinely concerned about his situation. But he described some of Mr. Yakovenko comments during the ninety minute meeting as Russian propaganda and insisted that he still believed Russia was responsible for the attack. Mr. Rhody is still suffering from health problems after finding a discarded perfume bottle containing the chemical Novacek thought to have been used in the poisoning of Sergei scriptural. The Crown Prosecution Service says is enough evidence to charge two Russian men in connection with the attack but Russia has repeatedly denied
"rhody" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Plus, I put a card in there. So more than a terabyte of storage. It has twelve gigs of ram it's the highest specked Samsung galaxy ten and it has a ceramic BAC they have white and black ceramic Bax. But I'll show you the wanna see the fingerprint reader and action. So you see a puts a little thing on the front there. This is up not an optical fingerprint reader or capacity of like on the old Samsung phones. It's a keeping awake. Actually, I can say don't have to see the little thing there. It's ultrasound. So in theory. Cool is it unlocked? No match. Oh, we're gonna have to interrupt this with the very important message Rhody Matic. I heard something. Going on that one. Zoom in on the window. Come on Anthony. Is a ball as there is it needing Apollon there yet. I don't know. There are so many parts in this thing. This is so complicated. And it sounds frankly here comes yes. So what happens the ball is gonna form right there? Okay. What's going on? I don't know. So it's it's okay. There's the flower. So it's mixing, okay. So most of that was probably getting the element to heat up. So could cook it, right? So it's mixing the dough. Adding now, probably the water and oil. Mixing. Yeah. See there you go. Now. It's now it's going to need it. And it's good turn it into a lot. It takes a long not a longtime. But it's kind of crazy to watch it. So we're gonna make four, but does it have to do this each time? Does. So really if you had a family for be waiting. Why one sits warmed up? It's I think it's one rotea per minute a rodeo minute. Okay. Okay. So it takes longer than that for medium, you know, make waffles in my waffle. And and so do you would you like having dinner and then make Rhody fresh Rhody, that'd be kind of fun, wouldn't it? And certainly it's a it's a traction for all. You can make tortillas with it. I know. But I think now Anthony how hard is this to clean this got a special Rhody cleaning stick. All the compartments are dishwasher safe. Take it apart. Wash it. Okay. I'm sorry. Anthony, which you like to answer that here's the ball. We lost a little dough. And I'll side there now. Okay. Now. Switch to the front. Here comes. It's going to come out of the front. Anthony. Switch to the switch to the toaster. Cam. Anthony's perfectionist didn't wanna move while. We were on them. See what's happening? It's gonna all this guy. This is good. I don't even think MSNBC could give you this kind of coverage there. It is is that heated hang out there. It's heating it right now. And it's going to this is the puffing. This is the puffing. This is where it how does it is it with heat pumps it or heat. It's just the heat. Would you call? Yes. It's needing number two as it's as cooking number one. So that's why it's going to get to one minute puffing up. Yeah. Is this is this is this categorized is artificial intelligence. Artificial baking learn. This is isn't actually to all my God. It's beautiful puff of that. Oh now now. Quick before. Aw. Okay. You'll be getting that tomorrow morning Stacy and I'll do one for Jeff too. That's fresh. You can't get any fresher net. Sealed fresh. I can't. I was I was supposed to use the tongs. I apologize. But my hands are clean. That's okay. I'm sure my FedEx truck in. K? Here comes another one comes another one another road. He's about to merge. Get me. Jerry. Would you give me another FedEx bag we got someone to Jeff as well? And then making four we'll give our studio audience. All you, you get a Rhody and you get a Rhody, and you and you and you and you get a Rhody everybody. It's oprah. Oper wrote. Okay. There's two people in the audience..
"rhody" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Means it sending your data to the cloud is Jeff. Well, my Brody private he's been breached Brody panic. I'm just pointing out. Everyone's like, oh, that's so cool. I'm like, yeah. Something's lowering. It's kind of noisy. It because it's like a three D printer. I mean, go go into the like. So when I shot, my Rhody video it go into that side thing because you can actually in the window. Yeah. Look in the little window. You can see it hours. Carol Merrill is opening the door now. And so this is the needing device. So right now, it's it's mixing together oil, water and flour. They sent us some special kind of Indian whole wheat that is I guess popular for Rhody making and now in a minute. It's going to pop a little ball out. Right. All out, and it's going to need it on that thing. Feels like is this stuck it? No, it takes a minute. It's got a warm up and do all kinds of things Smicer side door seems to be open. We just have to. Let's give could fire Rhody balls across the room that went that would not be good warming up five minutes remaining. Well, we'll come back. I think because I also got something else today. Wait, you should tell you want to tell people how much it is before they go. Thousand dollars. But it's gotta be selling like crazy because if you go to the romantic site, they say how many roads have been made, and it's millions. Let's go see with the current Rhody Matic rotea count is. Oh, do they stop doing the count? Oh, oh, they well privacy. Maybe I'm not on the front. Yeah. Right. Oh, no here. It is forty three million seven hundred forty six thousand and seventy nine roadies and look it. It'll be right in there. See how fast it's like a rodeo second as being made right now. So I figured they sold a few. Oh, something happening. Now, that's the video that it was real. But as soon as it comes out. We'll we'll we'll we'll cut away the ball drops. It's kind of like I feel like Walter Cronkite. We're on hold with the Rhody maker. But as soon as the Rhody comes into the chamber, we will cut away to the wrote hematic today. His last television broadcast today is the thirtieth anniversary of of uncle Walter's last broadcasts is it. Texas. Yeah. It's it's funny. I it seems like it's longer ago than thirty years that was his last CBS evening news with Walter Cronkite. I interviewed him after he retired. He was into sailing and he'd had done a beautiful. Coffee table book of sailing and sailing ships. He was really great. Actions. Could it be in that side window that side window ya? Anthony's waiting to to peer in got have. After after it gets Joe after it needs. The dough pop it into that front area. So can you can you have the door open went now? No, you can't you have to just enjoy it from afar because then you get like dirt and stuff, but you'll be able to the window. So do you think it's a home users or I bet you it's it's restaurants, mostly the Bice. Now, it's got to be home users. There's a very strong. I mean, it's a pretty big limit. No home users. Google. Oh, yeah. That that's where you put it. Quite a few. They make rotates all the time. I've made I made Rhody made non. It's a making the cast-iron still define the difference between the various plant prints. Rumney is characterized as what versus a non versus. Eric, it's the rodeos the tortilla. Fa cash. It's a non est it's much thicker, and how what is you? Compare Rhody body. Chapada is a road. They are roadies. Yeah. It's like a Chris. It's like a tortilla versus a tortilla chip, so Rooney's a tortilla..
"rhody" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Matic is here. Credit? I think I deserve for introducing the Rhody Matic to the show. This is okay to this show. But but I knew about it when you use it. She knew about it already. I knew about that. And then I brought a video to the show, and I tasted the rotates. And I to try it. This is was this a Kickstarter or something? It was it seems like a very odd thing to do. So the founders the two founders they just wanted a way to eat raw tease without having to do it like having to make them every day. The old fashioned way the old fashioned way. Because they I mean, it is hard to puff them up properly and whatnot. Yeah. It's I think it's a husband and wife team. One of the founders wrote in on linked in his story. He said there there's an automated way to wash clothes make Brennan wash dishes. Why can't there be one to make roadies? And that's when the home where am I I'm hearing myself? Hello to say that that was when the spark I let he's. Mechanical engineer worked in robotics. And so he it's actually quite complicated. If we. We make some Rhody. On and some pita too. I think any flat bread, right? Stacey you could make any flat bread in there adapting for different recipes. So it gets constant updates nut. With new flowers has an LED on it says starting up, and then I opened the tray and then the little Rhody medic pushers is getting ready to do its thing. You could see in the top. There is a canister for flower water and oil, right? I think that third one is a wheel. And it says set preferences tap play. So first thing I have to do is decide. Hey, you know, it's a. How many roadies washing machine says play? Four. All right. We're gonna make the maximum number is zero out of four. How do I that? Okay. You've got it making four it just hasn't made it yet. I get it. So it's gonna make for I can choose the thickness, the roast level how much oil, and then I press. Yes. Play. Do. You wanna start making Rhody? You bet it is. Now, it says I'm learning I'm a learning machine. And I'm a da- putting during the first few roadies your Rhody will get even better with time. Cool. That.
"rhody" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I saw a commercial yesterday. And they said see what it takes to make a hero. But I they put H E R. And once I digested that mentally then they added the oh, wow. I wanna go see this because I haven't seen enough stories things or talk about empowered women. And finally, finally, there's a superhero for me. Well, they are doing that kind of marketing now because the initial marketing isn't working, and they are also on opening weekend going to be giving away. Thousands and thousands of free tickets studio was bought and donated because the movie sucks. Well, it's about fifty fifty. You're young critics. You're seeing critic saying Brie Larson does a good job. They're not gonna touch it. Gotta. But the great. Here's the problem. It should have been written by women. The problem is yet too many men in there, but the captain marvel I'm not gonna see it too many men involved many men in blobs, why wouldn't go to the Lilith fair. Remember the Lilith fair where say, oh, it's only female, it's female artist. But I went to one as a female, okay? And judgment. And what what I noticed was get this the people who built the stages, they weren't all female, what get this some of the roadies that we're taking the gear up there and getting them place get this. They weren't all female, you could tell me, that's an all female. We don't music festival Suming their gender. I know I know what a Rhody is. Rhody cargo pants and desperation. I know a Rhody taking the car with you. Rhody kids. That's I thought. Let's take a Rhody. Yeah. Because my life's going so well, I like to get a DUI. Passengers. Thank you very much. That's against the law. The law. The law doesn't say.
Apple's accessibility; and Gimlet's not changing anything
"John Wilkerson suspect. He knows what's behind apple podcasts. Recent attempts to clean up meta data the ADA the Americans with Disabilities Act. He points out that apple received a class action last year because it's website was quote inaccessible to visually impaired users others points out that episode number tagging would enable for example, Siri listen to episode one hundred and twenty five of the daily which is currently hard to achieve while we linked to our FAQ from our show notes. And from our newsletter would still recommend doing the tags. Even apple isn't threatening. You these days everything is continuing as it was says Matt Lieber of Gimblett still trying to come nerves that the Spotify acquisition of the company will stop us all listening to reply all he was speaking of the hot pod summit of the festival in New York. We had lots more about the hot pod summit have dinner last night. But a cone of silence prevents us from telling you more. Meanwhile. Well, these Spotify anchor Gimblett deal is validation for the industry says Rene Wang who c- of Cass box. Mash Ables, Marcus gilmer is quote giving up podcasts. He says I could listen to podcasts on double speed for every waking minute of my week and still not come close to chipping away at the stack of all of the episodes piling up in my queue Pullman, the Rhody consta- pros multi track recording firmware came last Friday, but some disappointed that the system only allows you to record this fire USB not on the ST cart. Pod. Pratt says it is a quote dead. Sparrow, which is quite literal. Translation, from the Dutch and podcast brunch. Clubs playlist. This month is language in feature podcasts today, we look at obsession which delves deep into the history culture science and often deadly consequences of unrequited love. It's from focus features the times and art nineteen.
"rhody" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I would have rather been an earth wind and fire Rhody. Yeah. Then play in the NFL. Well, now know about that. Oh. In addition to playing the plot. This you are the longtime drummer for earth wind and fire. Yeah. For thirty years or your NFL career, which one. I'm trying to think did earth wind and fire. Keep the same drummer for thirty years. I think not I don't think so I'm gonna take my NFL career on that one. The drummer had some sort of food poisoning. I can't see. All right. Yeah. You could be you could be. One of the main guys that are fire. I'd be on the Congo's tenure NFL career. That's a tough choice. Man. You're for dean white. No. I don't want to be for dean white MAURICE wild though. I loved his smile. Marie. Inverting where Brody still alive right Maurici MAURICE? Your Ralph Johnson who Ralph Johnson percussionist drummer percussion is. I don't know if he played drums. Philip Bailey juniors in the band now is what does he play? He sings that somebody tells me he sings at see Philip Bailey. We never found anybody who knew Philip Bailey. Did we now we put that out there? We did. But what do you think about that? If you could have been the earth would fire a big guy. Pretty cool for like thirty years or a tenure NFL career. I don't know. I think I'd have to go earth when it fire, then your body wouldn't be all beat up. Money. Life on the road back in those days. I think for a lot of people was challenge..
"rhody" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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The Economist launches 'The Intelligence', a new daily podcast
"Economist newspaper from London is launching daily podcast. Jason Palmer will host it. It's called the intelligence, and it'll be published at the same time as pod news six in the morning. New York time eleven AM London from January the twenty ninth digital says it has eight staffers it's hosted by Acosta Spotify appears to be testing an import function which will allow you to add podcasts from another app on it appears to look inside your media library. Our technical analysis of recent podcast has been improved under the hood. And his now measuring more podcasts. More offer bit rates Luff's levels and other things you'll find this analysis appearing in selected podcast pages to just search pod news dot net. The BBC sounds app continues to gather bad press, the BBC who's lost a number of radio presenters recently, including Chris Evans. Simon mayo and Charlie sloth has suffered another setback with the announcement that Brent Spencer, formerly digital editor for BBC radio's music channels. Has accepted a new role as digital content director for rival Bauer media, formerly under Bret watch come and mayor's film review. The listen up is a new podcast app that can be operated. One handed for some reason. Hot pod. Focuses on Pinner a kids podcast previously owned by panoply, which is now being spun out as an independent company podium to a hosting analytics platform has announced a slew of new features Rhody is talking pay major firmware update for their pro cast mixer wonder what it is radio days Europe has published its preliminary program, it's a conference in Lausanne in Switzerland at the end of March, and it's the world's meeting point for the world of radio an audio Tom Webster from Edison research and James Kriton pod news editor that's me her among the speakers hand to events for you podcast. Toronto the uncomfortable. Where digital media comes together is February twenty-second to twenty fourth in Toronto in Canada wrap up warm and podcast festival. In Hamburg, Germany is February twenty five to March one featuring German-language podcasters report wall metu, and that's the latest from our newsletter. Pod news dot net.
"rhody" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"It's coming out of CAS this week because it will be a lot of that will be a lot of I would do your own, you know, fun at what you're interested in. But expect the fact that ninety off the off the products that are posted on we'll never exist. The equator of the arrest of them are going to be so pours to be unusable and stuff like the toilet is just so full of while I count, and there will be thousands of articles about it. And there's nothing going there. We'll give you that. You can't get from those thousands of articles, exactly. And so it's hands on her. But on testing this case, but. Drp trout and give show. If he just went for it. What would happen that you? Tell me your blacklisted always ask for forgiveness. Can we get backup unit in here? Yeah. Exactly. So what does that site? You're showing Carson because I want to see this. The Tripoli spectrum. Wow. Well, that would that's, you know, the international association of. Rush. And so smart yogurt what the bizarre toothbrush. These smart yogurt maker and risked wearables on. My must see list rates Tekla Perry. Really? I think there will be a lot of IOT things. I'm sure he'll B's Gobi three wristband. Its promises to track calorie intake, hydration and stress along with sleeping activity. Calorie intake. See I would get a wristband. That was telling me how much I eaten. How does it? Do that though doesn't it doesn't. It's not going to say. You can say, right. Okay. You put that amount of dressing on that amount. Silent will tell by the tilt of your wrist. How much dressing? Yeah. It's not gonna work. Yes. That's the problem is these companies promise everything. Yeah. Exactly promise the moon and deliver fenders wave bracelet is a bracelet that heats and cools because they claim if your wrist is hot or cold the rest of you follows I always say never met my wife. She has hands like ice at night. Shame bracelet, another one strap things on the of that. I'm the fat jerk shape. That chicken tender. I don't think so very also rates the Kirghiz ation of everything or KO once again meets the internet of things. I o t to spawn a kitchen gadget yummies yogurt maker is the KOA IOT winner this year. Make it you make it home yogurt. But I don't know if there's gonna take off it can produce the currently popular Greek style yogurt and the pods dispose of themselves by dissolving in the milk. Oh, just what I want really. Yogurts the milk eliminating waste and avoiding common complaints the coffee pot gadgets. The worst cure guys ation that I've seen is tortilla maker, which has the the Masa comes a little canister and has different flavors opinion, whatever. So it's like it's like they're trying to find that niche market of people who want the convenience of store bought tortillas or rather the the junk food aspect of you're not talking about the Rhody Matic. No, it's called it. I don't know what came out like when is this coming? I was I was told we would be getting one. Rhody Matic coming. This makes Rhody makes Rhody which are the flat tank cake breads, but could be also Roti pizza. It's not gonna be Rhody point. Tort clay pot. And you light fires around it. And you slap it to the side. That's well, they've already made thirty seven million seven hundred three two thousand three hundred seventy one roadies. It's. Edible guy. But we're getting one we're getting one I don't know if that'll be part of the lumens breath analyzer for a mere two hundred fifty dollars. When you do the Rhody Matic come on that week. Yeah. I will eat that Mr. carbohydrate, you do not eat carbs, lots of cards lie. Your I can tell your Kito base. Skipped the top product. What's the.
5G Wireless: Time to Dial Down the Hype?
"Talk about the hype I five G currently promises. These super fast speeds for users and all this amazing officiency for all these big things. But this is tech that moves fast. So as it stands now, what has everyone so excited? I think it depends on a matter of timing there, alternate -ly when like, you know, there's there's versions of five G as it kind of comes to full full permission. Ultimately, five G is promising speeds, something like twenty gigabits per second, which is hundreds. Of times faster than what we get on a normal on today's fastest broadband speeds. Ultimately, it's going to be nominally faster and five G is important because this is ultimately the technology where you can theoretically have, you know, fleets of automated automated cars worth all the data. They're going to send back and forth, those sorts of technologies will we're seeing I think early on is a lot is much less robust than that. You know, the yearly services the Rhody seeing launch here with the carriers are going to be faster than what we have. Depending on kind of where you are in the coverage in that. But the technology kind of early some the final technology standards are still being ironed out. So it's despite all kind of marketing hype that we see about about five genes being this year for it. I see it as really much sore rural than that. Right. Speed is the key word like you said these things take time and money must importantly, and even as the journal continues to write about how big companies like rise in AT and T the rolling out services branded as five G this wide scale availabil-. Ability of true, five G networks. This is complicated overhaul of reality. So what does slowdown of speed? What does that mean for this big transition of wireless technology? Why I think the benefits former going to be slow as well? So I, you know, I wrote my call him a kind of cautionary point say that even though, you know, the marketing hype would suggest five G is going to be a major business in two thousand nineteen. I don't really think it's gonna be major business in two thousand nineteen. I think it's going to be the years after that, it kind of grows into something over time, you know, but we're gonna see there's gonna be some services branded as five G this year. There's going to be sent devices Braden this five G this year. I don't I'm not convinced. They're going to sell very strong because I think a lot of the advantages of the services aren't going to be fully there. You know? It's not one source. I talked to set, you know, made a sharp point that, you know, Facebook and Email in these things we normally do with our phones aren't really going to be that different or faster on five. Jeez. So there's not for a lot of people. It's not going to be a really compelling thing. Too. To to buy into early on at the extra cost. It's gonna it's gonna take more time but overtime and we've seen it with pastel-blue Sion's over time. The speeds better the coverage gets better types of services that you can do with it, you know, get better. So as that as that evolved. More people will will you'll be more compelling opportunity. It'll be a compelling technology for the carriers. Well, and the question becomes are. They are they going to be ready to make this transition in this market. What are the prospects? Are they standing here? Well, I they're they're getting to it. I think they're getting into a little more carefully than I think they're marketing, maybe may suggest I know the story that eighteen aren't expected to really boost their capital spending this year, they're trying to keep that kind of flat. So they're spending on it as bring it up to speed. But they're also have other things after manage. I think AT's five services their actual term. They're using called Phijira Lucien, and what that means is essentially four g service with with some enhancements. So I think there's going to be. Some marketing confusion in it in the sense. But I mean for the carriers.
How to explain to your family what you do
"Happy Christmas if you need to explain what it is. You do to your loved ones today. We linked to a guide to talking to your family about podcasts. It's very good. A UK member of parliament Darren Jones has launched what he thinks is the first podcast for constituents only constituents being those in the area of Bristol north west that he represents Jones is a member of the labor party who are in opposition. And it's capable men has examined thirty-three best of podcast listed goals and has compiled the best of the best of the number. One is a joint one with cereal and someone else. Tech crunch has reviewed the Rhody Kosta pro podcast mixer, Woosh because correlation, right? Say prediction piece for podcasting in two thousand nine hundred nine he talks about pies teeth and the pointlessness of advertising rocket mortgage. And blue apron toss trillions. Andrew ram Sami has a cynical. Look the podcast here just gone in Nieman lab. And what happens when you ask your listeners to? Just send in audio Mosa. Magic happens. That's what try the last eighteen minutes of the latest reply all it's just brilliant at at times heartbreaking as well. And there's this just in time for Christmas day, British radio fans might enjoy radio one. Vintage set of shows I heard on a pop-up TB radio station last year and now packaged up as a podcast series. To celebrate the radio stations fiftieth birthday, and it's got jingles in it too.
US/UK audio drama podcast research published
"The BBC have published research undertaken about audio drama podcasts in the US and UK by consultant Ella watts. The thirty six page report includes a detailed list of the top ten audio podcast dramas. The CBC have published a set of trends surprises and must here's from two thousand eighteen from thirteen podcast experts, including editor pets. Rhody have launched their new pod. Mike a broadcast grade dynamic microphone designed for podcast applications with an exit connection on the back in India. The Indian Express posts the story highlighting Indian podcasters in the west. It says podcasts came as a substitute for talk radio. But in India, we're trying to build a new industry altogether. And that's will take some time. Meanwhile, live meant reports that audio books may do better than podcasting in India. That's according to regime Tahil who's co founder of one by two media. He says there could be an inherent demand for a book. But may or may not be for a podcast his company runs. The Indian podcast brand audio Matic vox, nests speaker and megaphone have confirmed that they are all also working on ABC certification. The Los Angeles Times is looking for an executive producer podcasts and audio the ad says this is a chance to get in on the ground floor of. Hundred and thirty seven year old startup. And the fifteen seconds. Skip button is podcasts best invention ever claims Mashal. The revolutionary ability to jump forward and backward in short, intervals says the article featured prominently in every podcast app. I've used has a single profound effect making your listening virtually ad free.
Reuters Institute publish smart speaker report
"Google what's in the news? Nobody asks me for that the Royces institute of published a smart speaker report focusing on news consumption, which discovers that news. Isn't yet. A big thing on smart speakers, many listeners want shorter news bulletins study suggests it also says that podcasts aren't used by many smart speaker owners NPR has announced their student podcast challenge. Students and teachers can take topic a lesson or a unit they're learning about and turn it into a podcast between three and twelve minutes. Long winning podcast will be featured on NPR's morning edition and all things considered. The Australian podcast awards have announced a partnership with Stitcher who is sponsoring the investigative journalism and true crime podcast category early bird entries and now open and podcast. Producers have until the fourteenth of February two thousand nineteen to enter their podcasts ESPN podcast report that their downloads and unique listeners are up by thirty one percent. Year on year microphone manufacturer Rhody has announced their Rhody Kosta pro podcast production studio, a new mix. Oh with some ideal. Features for podcasters features include bluetooth for flawless telephone calls using your mobile hot keys and enough input. And headphone outputs for four people speech kit is a service using text to speech technology to allow news articles to be turned to speech or even a podcast too soon. As they're published crisp may have applications for podcasting. It's virtual microphone that blocks. Background noise from your phone calls. So nobody else need know that you're calling from the coffee shop or kindergarten or bar and in opinion. No, people aren't skipping your podcast ads says Christopher Lawson. He says, quote, it was suggested that podcast advertising doesn't work because the large majority of the listeners skipping over the ads, but the truth is that's categorically false,
Over 400 items found in UK nerve agent poison probe
"More than two dozen people are hurt after a bus overturned on a southern california freeway the cause of the overnight crash just south of la is under investigation house republicans who spend hours questioning a former fbi lawyer on friday will continue the interrogation on monday lisa page is being described as cooperative as she dresses the anti trump text messages she exchanged with a colleague that colleague peter struck appeared before lawmakers earlier this week it was like pulling teeth he was always very coy he didn't want to really answer a lot of the questions he claims he wanted to but said he just wasn't able to house republican ron to santa struck maintains the text messages did not influence how he handled fischel business specifically the russia investigation and the hilary clinton email probe hundreds of items are being looked at as part of the investigation into a nerve agent poisoning in britain investigators also exam possible links to an earlier poisoning in the uk police were a week into their search of charlie roadies home when they found what they were looking for among the many items removed for analysis was a small bottle scientists have now established it contained novi choke the nerve agent killed mr rollers partner dawn sturgis mr rhody survived and is still recovering conscious and talking to police they were hoping he could tell them where the bottle came from police believe the bottle was used in the attack home sergei scruple the former russian double agent and his daughter yulia sky news reporter martin brunt vacation plans are changing some tourists in arizona that's because flash floods near the grand canyon or forcing evacuations while turning blue green waterfalls into mud the area best known for its majestic havasu falls will be shut down for at least a week pampa sell fox news radio humidity here for the weekend sunshine force here today nineties the saturday tonight hot and humid sunday with widely scattered late day.
UK police cite 'high dose' in nerve agent death
"In time our next cover traffic at ten thirty four forecast calls for some partly sunny skies and seventy five today partly sunny with a chance of a scattered shower tomorrow and again seventy five eighty on wednesday sunny and eighty five coming up on thursday we had some really nice weather on the way right now over to saudi and seventy six jonah vancouver washington right now it's cloudy and sixty three friday harbor sixty four and clouds right now downtown seattle we've got sixty five under mostly sunny skies at ten twenty five the actor at the center of a hollywood hostage situation is now telling his story it had all the makings of a hollywood who done it to actors joseph capone and daisy mccracken feen and movies like halloween resurrection michael myers had fits of rage that he could not control kidnapped from home pistol whipped dragged into a car leaving only a trail of blood one of their alleged kidnappers arrested on the streets of l a g directly on the head with the gun and then proceeded stop and give me a pretty good beating now joseph capone exclusively speaking out to abc news about his ordeal he grabbed me by the collar and dragged me outside and dragged me down driveway and threw me in the back of a car where daisy was already in the back seat and they put bags overheads and then proceeded to drive at the second location says he tried to fight the kidnappers resulting in a violent beating they stripped me naked and they threw me in this filthy bathroom with no lights on for the next thirty hours authorities say capone sat alone in the bathroom naked without food while mccracken was being driven from atm atm withdrawing money for the kidnappers and forced to write a ten thousand dollar check to guarantee capone's release they said things like if she doesn't come through a man i don't know what i'm going to have to do i don't know what's gonna happen to the three suspects in the case keith andrea steward john jones and aber neil seen here in that now viral arrest video all face multiple years behind bars if convicted but stewart attorney says he is innocent and the jones and mccracken had a previous relationship capone says one of the attackers did seem to know her daisy had known him in some capacity i'm not sure but my spidey sense was kind of tingling it felt weird i felt like something was off regardless of what happens next in the case coban tells us he's doing fine and is ready to move on with his life i'm not a victim on the survivor i think it's an state of mind that happened what's tomorrow defendants are expected to appear in a pretrial hearing two weeks from today abc's amy rohbock reporting british police say they believe the latest victims of poisoning from the nerve agent nova chalk must have come into close contact with the toxin charles de la desma has more which is please say they believe the latest victims of poisoning by the nerve agent novi chuck must've handled the materials container assistant commissioner neil best sue says the death of dolan sturgis on sunday shows that she and her partner johnny rhody who exposed to a high dose of the military grade nerve agent the working theory is that exposure is linked to the earlier novacek attack in march on ex russian spy sergei scruple and his daughter you ya basta says the search is focusing on stugotz's unruly homes and a park in salisbury really remains in critical condition in the city hospital charles desma london babe truth or deer dare i dare you to impress me okay alexa tell toyota to start.
Darius Rucker, Kane Brown, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West , Chris Rock, Joy Reid
"Little rhody so who else oh and mantell mantell williams hospitalized this week supposedly overdid it during a workout and guess was rushed to a medical facility undisclosed medical facility by ambulance in new york montella sixty one he for years has been battling multiple sclerosis but they say it was just too much of a workout a gym so that's that and one last note i don't know if this means anything already lang spared prison for heroin possession judge says he will serve four years probation artie lang formerly of the howard stern show also on hbo's crashing and was on the fox sketch comedy series mad tv so he's escapes jail time but he's got probation to deal all right tessa roy joins us she hopes for the last time because she's sick a me and this early morning gig but she's still got to look at me in the newsroom so hopefully we'll still be friends i can't believe people like the way that i do this game with you they do as particularly the republicans in the rhode island house are always tweeting tessa what a great job no they're not that's been done it's known to happen so you're going to give it a go.
Washington, Michael Barr and Falcons discussed on 0 Show
"Street that is time for your bloomberg nbc sports update good morning to you rob bush cup morning bob the yankees wrapped up the most impressive road trip of the season swung on and grounded a third bregman goes to second run dropped by the out is made a run scores and the yankees take a six five lead yankees radio six five the final is a outlasted houston taking three of four from the champs after sweeping the angels they finish the rhody six and one and couple that with the red sox loss in texas means the yankees entered the weekend a game out of first place they'll host the indians to kick off a nine game homestand tonight c c sobat the avowals josh tomlin that's where whitewash at home by atlanta eleven nothing conjuring up just three days hits jason vargas allowed six runs at four and twothirds he's owen too with the north of sixteen bets fall a game and a half back of atlanta will host colorado tonight zack wheeler he gets the ball for new york the basketball the knicks have higher david phys dell to be their new head coach biz was fired by memphis during the year stemming from a strained relationship with star marcus assault is the eleventh coach since two thousand one two thousand and two nba playoffs the cavs destroyed the top seated raptors one twenty eight one ten behind forty three points fourteen assists lebron james they're up to as are the celtics overcame a twenty two point deficit at to beat the sixers one eight one zero three on the ice the penguins tied up their series of two with washington three two one nashville did the same with winnipeg won an nfl news falcons quarterback matt ryan signs an extension making in the first thirty million dollar a year player at your nbc bloomberg sports update bob thank you rob bush and join us tonight for the bloomberg business of sports show when host scott sasha can michael barr speak.