7 Burst results for "Rick Shelby"

"rick shelby" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Called blackbird presumably after the seventy one. I don't know but they're gonna make you know. Dial up service with a custom content language stack and custom rendering. It wasn't the web. They have content partners They have a lot of money. But it still wasn't the scale the web it wasn't to be compelling gates realized this and he turned the company on a dime and they couldn't find that. I'm not sure the timing so they decided to copy it and once we realized that everybody inside netscape felt even more urgency and more of the frenetic mood and so my chances do scheme disappeared when the job deal started brewing. But there was still a chance to do a companion language to job because java was compiled is compiled language. It's evolved improved quite a lot since then too but it was sort of serious advanced programmers. That cost a certain salary. Or hourly rate and people observe bill joy observed i marc andreessen and i observed in mature. Stack like microsoft. You really benefit from having a scripting language like visual basic which became visual basic script. And i three but didn't take on didn't take over. Kill javascript that you need to. Which is one is for. That component writers who are higher price and more expert and the other is for Scriptwriters public accountants designers graphic designers with some programming inclination. Anybody amateurs doesn't matter. There's a much more democratic approach there for procuring components. Together gluing them together. Somebody will say duct tape language. I don't really like but we saw bill joy in mark andreessen and we saw the need for companion language and gleaming are. i was to call javascript. I didn't like it. That was marketing plan. Mark called mocha which i liked and get marketing. I think didn't like that. So they said oh. There's some trademark and some software somewhere. That's so we can't use that. And they tried live script in august and that didn't last and then finally we got the trademark license in december nineteen. But the work. I did to prove that it could be done was important because i came in april and even the netscape was growing so fast they couldn't find open requisition in the client team for me so they hired me into the server team and i worked for a month on server team on what became a one one. So i was actually. I'd done protocol work at silicon graphics with great chessen For beleives intern. Grad student intern. Who knew all the unix founders. And greg was very interested in Protocols the next level with us i thought that. Cpi's wouldn't wouldn't scale it. He he was mistaken. And that unfortunately moore's law more than kept up and you have gigabit ethernet running with commissioner processors. But i worked on protocols at sgi colonel hacking and nfs. And things like that. So i i came into netscape to work on the side for a month but i was. I was thinking the whole time. What's did this language. Should it be easy to use. might at syntax even be more like natural language. Like hyper talk. which is bill. Atkinson's language and hypercard. If you re separate hard on early mac. And i thought well i'd like to do that. But management say make it look like java which looks like see from a distance. What was that mean as a braces. We're talking about visually like Management understand what the hell marketing management did like rick shelby new and we had a plan. Even that was. If you have this companion language you're going to glue things together between java javascript. C. you're going to have commerce in memory in the heap with data..

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"rick shelby" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All our relief package. White House press Carrie It's the Jen Psaki told reporters. The president remains fully committed to raising the federal minimum wage, but cautioned It's likely path at this point is through reconciliation process. There is a parliamentarian who will make decisions about what can end up in a final package. Democrats have laid the groundwork for pushing the proposal through Congress without Republican support. Lisa Charles sake also says it is up to Congress whether the proposed income limits for direct payments are changed. A year into the pandemic. One big question remains how much immunity someone has after they've been infected. This is new research suggests that having cove it may not protect someone from getting one of the new variants. South Africa is suspending the use of AstraZeneca's covert vaccine. For now. The decision comes after preliminary data suggests the AstraZeneca vaccine is less effective and preventing mild cases of a new variant of the Corona virus. It emerged in South Africa. World health officials say existing vaccines still seem to protect against the most serious cases preventing hospitalizations and deaths. The coronavirus only mutates while replicating inside the human body. That's why federal health officials say it's critical to mask and social distance to reduce infections until most Americans get vaccinated boxes. Jonathan Serrie, one of the most senior members of the U. S. Senate, just announcing he will not seek 1/7 term Alabama, Alabama Republican Rick Shelby says. For everything, there's a season he's been in Washington for 42 years. America is listening to Fox sees Hired natural non arms to cater my wedding and it was a disaster. Everyone was raving.

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"rick shelby" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on KTOK

"Senator Jim and Hough is joining us this morning because there's been so much talk about the impeachment and senator he will actually sit on the jury when it gets to the Senate senator can you give us what you've heard about how and when this will happen here's the problem in in people need to understand this the majority party in the United States house of representatives can vote with a simple vote to impeach the president yeah the president and have to have any accusation against that president it doesn't have to be any impeachable offense all that is said that the day of the two would percent of the people voted because they preach and teach him now then did you remember the the I was around during the the time that Bill Clinton was impeached and I remember so well the having to go in and sit so James Lankford and I would have to be sitting as jurors in the United States Senate well the case is going to be presented under the supervision of the the judges and and hear the cases could be five weeks four weeks it could be something like you know that yes six hours a day six days a week in in in during that time period we really can't get in the door and we have things that need to be done and we have a highly bill we have to follow through and our military staff and you can't do it if you're sitting in judgment and then the last if they are successful in getting a majority to vote to impeach the president that's what we will have to do the house would have to do it yes this is what you haven't heard any rumblings from McConnell about if that'll take place before or after the holiday I am very remains a and it this may even be something in confidence credit now supposed to be but it would not happen until the first part of January that makes sense now it would does the Christmas day yeah I'm I'm a little biased his event twenty his in granges and thinking about it so by the way can I just had our sixtieth wedding anniversary I was gonna ask about your wife because of the last time I saw use you were concerned about her health does that really it was U. K. an accident back in may and in it she happened to be in Washington at that time and it is she and the exit and it broke her hip and her leg and I remember taking your to George Washington hospital at in the surgery started three AM and she's been recovering over time she came back to Oklahoma and she is she was under therapy for a long period of time she's getting a little better every day and she made her merry maiden trip back to Washington just last week because that happens to be my birthday and we had a little celebration here so she is now is is that what she can do things she's totally went got our Christmas tree a week ago but all of our kids and so she's doing much better now in I know there a lot of listeners and you're out there then okay and lover like I do and so that could be a merry Christmas for her well good I'm glad to hear that because she looked good in the Christmas card we got right yesterday did you get the you you hear one of the first then yeah yeah in fact it's kind of funny because that the guy you don't recognize as Jack reed is a senator who happens to be a Democrat but he's my counterpart I share this in arms services committee he's the ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee he's a great guy one of my best friends that is the first time we've ever had a Democrat senator featured on our Christmas cards well and it's a very good picture because as I recall isn't the vice president kind of in the background there that's in there too that's really funny because I was visiting with a friend in there's a photographer or that is that we have the professional photographer taking pictures to enter into this analysts Collins the contest that is once a year or two of the best that picture mess photographs of the year so he took that photograph in the reflection of of that a glass table made everything if we look at it you have to really study it and by coincidence the vice president happened to walk by when he said that he was intended to be there it won first place well yeah so we thought that first place in the in the you know of all the photographs in in Washington for an entire year in so that we put on the Christmas card well you and whoever you're talking to seem to be in there a serious deep conversation in with him looking over you it almost seems to say okay guys whenever you're ready to decide I'll be here to vote or or something along those lines that was that was Rick Shelby from Turkish a Oklahoma in the lives in Washington for quite some time one of my closest friends he happened to be in the capital I can tell you what room we're in we're somewhere in the have not far from the well it is I'm not sure where it was and then the president happens to be walking by when that was sent so there's a lot of the story that goes with that well it's a if I have your permission I'd be happy to share that online with our R. K. T. okay dot com audience so do that yeah yeah great show with now don't confuse him with the senator by the same name Richard Shelby by the way I'm running out of time here Hey I want to wish you really in in all of our listeners out there came into a very the the very very Christmas and I'm very excited we're gonna be coming back in and no one's going to enjoy Christmas and remember what Christmas is all about it's all about Jesus and I just wish everyone a merry Christmas senator in hall thank you so much for your time this morning America's was back to you thank you glad to have you here senator Jim and hot news radio one thousand Katie okay Oklahoma's first news news I'm Chris foster police just after midnight the house judiciary committee's report on the two articles of impeachment against president trump the house vote on impeachment expected Wednesday or Thursday followed by a trial next month on the Senate South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham tells face the nation on CBS he wants that to move fast I am ready to vote on the underlying articles I don't really need to hear a lot of witnesses house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says he wants witnesses called and documents introduced there's more damning evidence to be had and they don't want the American people to see that and I you know think that's disgraceful congressman Schiff there on ABC's this week there's an amber alert for a brother and sister last seen playing in their front yard in Jacksonville Florida Braxton Bria Williams are six and five years old the grandmother says their father went inside to get food for a barbecue came back.

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"rick shelby" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on KTOK

"Ready would not happen set until the prep first part of January that makes sense that it would does that you know we don't Christmas day yeah little bias is evident twenty his in granges I'm thinking about it so by the way can I just had our sixtieth wedding anniversary I was gonna ask about your wife because of the last time I saw use you were concerned about her health does that really it was U. K. an accident back in may and in it she happened to be in Washington at that time and it is she had an accident and it broke her hip and her leg and I remember taking your to George Washington hospital at in the surgery started three AM and she's been recovering over time she came back to Oklahoma and she is she was under therapy for a long period of time she's getting a little better every day and she made her merry maiden trip back to Washington just last week because it happened to be my birthday and we had a little celebration here so she is now out is is that what she can do things she's certainly when we got our Christmas tree a week ago with all of our kids and so she's doing much better now and I know there a lot of listeners and you're out there that no okay and lover like I do and so that could be a merry Christmas for her well good I'm glad to hear that because she looked good in the Christmas card we got right yesterday did you get the you you hear one of the first then yeah yeah in fact it's kind of funny because that the guys you don't recognize as Jack reed is a senator who happens to be a Democrat but he's my counterpart I share this in arms services committee he's the ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee he's a great guy one of my best friends that is the first time we've ever had a Democrat senator featured on our Christmas cards well and it's a very good picture because as I recall isn't the vice president kind of in the background yeah that's in there too that's really funny because I was visiting with a friend and there's a photographer that was that we had that professional photographer taking pictures to enter into this analysts Collins the contest that is once a year or two of the best picture mess photograph of the year so he took that photograph in the reflection of of that a glass table made everything if we look at it you have to really study it and by coincidence the vice president happened to walk by when he said that he was intended to be there it won first place well yeah so we thought that first place in the in the you know of all the photographs in in Washington for an entire year in so that we could on the Christmas card well you and whoever you're talking to seem to be in there a serious deep conversation in with him looking over you it almost seems to say okay guys whenever you're ready to decide I'll be here to vote or or something along those lines that was that was Rick Shelby from Turkish a Oklahoma in these lives in Washington for quite some time one of my closest friends he happened to be in the capital I can tell you what room we're in we're somewhere in the have not far from the well it I'm not sure where it was as it happens to be walking by when that was sent so there's a lot of the story that goes into it well if I if I have your permission I'd be happy to share that online with our R. K. T. okay dot com audience so do that yeah yeah now don't confuse him with the senator by the same name Richard Shelby.

"rick shelby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"As the story in today's Herald is written by one of the Herald writers and I was like to acknowledge who wrote the story a Rick Shelby talks about first degree murderers working with legislators up at the Massachusetts state house and the pushing a bill that would abolish life without parole sentences in Massachusetts now we used to the death penalty in Massachusetts long time ago maybe twenty five years ago and it was it was rejected by the legislature back in the day a by a single vote and at the time the people who wanted to get rid of the death penalty had the argued this was the argument they may they said look the death penalty is just too easy a way out these murderous make him serve life in prison without parole so that argument was bought by enough members of the legislature and they abolished the legislature abolished the death penalty Massachusetts okay now by the way it if you want to argue with me over the death penalty that's really not what I'm interested in today and I'll take you want if you want to but I'm not interested that the law in Massachusetts now is if you commit murder in the first degree life in prison without parole now you have the legislators saying well life in prison without parole really is two one too onerous and so therefore what we should do is give people who commit first degree murder thirty five years make the parole eligible so so they it's no longer life in prison without parole for first degree murders it would be life in prison with parole eligibility and of course once they get it to thirty five years some subsequent legislature will drop it down to thirty and another twenty five next thing a murder will spend twenty years would be out this is insane I want to hear from you and I also want to have the members of the legislature out there who are listening I want to kill this bill before it sees the light of day now there were two primary supporters of the bill in the legislature six state senator William brown's burger of Belmont don't know him the best of my knowledge never talked to him he's more than willing to come he's more than welcome to come in here any night in debate this the house sponsor is a state representative J. living stone of Boston now they're probably two of the more liberal members of the legislature pretty far out there there's a group of presidium mates it's called the lifer's group now one of the leaders of the lifer's group is a former doctor doctor Dick good idea he's from Wellesley he was convicted of murdering his wife in nineteen ninety nine and according to the Herald article he's he's one of the the smart guys a doctor he's one of the movers and shakers behind this the the group is called the lifer's group incorporated at M. M. C. I. Norfork now they work in conjunction with some of the groups the the prison prisoner rights groups trucks for example the prisoners legal services in Boston they have endorsed this legislation and this is what their executive director said her name is Elizabeth Matos of actually I believe had heard of on the show we had a nice conversation what about a nice conversation tonight quote this is she's not talking about the victims here she's not talking about the survivors of the victims she's talking about the family members of the murders listen to this we've gotten calls we got a lot of calls from family members who have a little bit of hope that their loved one might have a chance well they'll love one who's in prison for murder didn't give a chance to the person who they killed and murdered in the first degree so get right back to the phone six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty I don't see any argument in favor of this which is probably why brown's burger and living stone have no interest in coming into the studio I would give them every opportunity if you want to make an argument in favor of let's hear it good to go next to a Linda in west Boylston Linda thank you very much for calling in how are you tonight good thanks Dan thanks for taking my call very welcome what do you think of this oh my goodness I don't think people understand what the word murder actually means I really don't think they do I'm I'm not thinking about like to think of the people of the eight victims families but what general public what about not take this case many years ago boy eighteen pounds and the pregnant mother who was murdered somebody broke into her home and murdered her and her two little children the stranger there was Daniel the plant was in it that large yes I believe he's still in jail I hope he is believed he is but he just had a pearl I think he has actually roll hearing and I yeah the reason that he got the parole hearing was that his age when he committed the crime a deadly Elwood yeah Nancy may double check it for me but I think he he there was a a U. S. Supreme Court decision that said something that people who are convicted below a certain age have to have parole eligibility no I just I saw that and well he he was a stranger to this woman he wasn't even a neighbor he did great of in that area of the of the state he wasn't and you know someone familiar with her or her with him what about the young woman who was kidnapped in Boston with the last year and they they've been that person from Connecticut and a founder dismembered body in his trunk yeah that was well that was that the young woman who was kidnapped and taken down to Providence Rhode Island yeah and they found him on the Jersey turnpike I think yeah he was pull over hoodies any said to the police she's in the trunk right yeah I'm thinking of the general public and is there who are really at risk from these people if they'll let out absolutely I mean no one to hide profile cases that you've been and have been mentioned so far I have been not I don't wanna make them less important but have been not really a threat to the general public it's more of a result of your job or something but I'm talking to somebody I think if somebody shoots a police chief for shoes a polite okay yeah right right but it's not the same as the general public just an innocent person on the street or in the home well I I remember this the police chief he's an innocent person to he's simply dolling out trying to apprehend a criminal I absolutely don't want to lessen the importance of it but I'm I'm thinking of the person who gets cold blooded three goes out and murders a stranger sure do you have cited is cited a couple of those cases and some of those cases are not are are are never never solved I mean there are people who have murdered who who who live amongst us but many times they'd murdered some of them sure sure you have I mean over the over the times you had the serial killers over over time there's a guy who's who's just been arrested and charged in Houston Texas killed they know of nineteen nineteen women elderly women it is it is available yeah and they they don't the mistake they made was was growing old and this guy had access to their apartments and he's being looked at it up upwards of seven hundred fifty other cases oh my god yeah all these people that are just evil murderous go out and get to the joy of murder well here's one here's one that I that I pulled today to undocumented immigrants that means illegal aliens in Maryland rape their friends eleven year old sister on some occasions these two brothers the they have come here from El Salvador and they repeatedly raped the the eleven year old sister their friend redemption for these people I don't think so Beijing June on the street with with us you got it let us know what I love you calls please call your state rep if you happen to know your state rep you state senator I want to make sure that this piece of legislation this piece of garbage is is disposed of quickly everyone needs to get on this because this is a terrible thing yeah it's call very much talk to taking a look like two nights six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty so far not one person has called to defend this you're welcome to make the case I want to hear from you however if you support me on this because this is this is you talk about a dangerous slippery slope this is a really slippery slope from which society would never recover in my opinion but again you got a couple of bleeding hearts who think they're better people than you and me and all these people everybody they go to prison they find Jesus Jesus is everywhere in prison and then you got some some knee jerk of bleeding hearts who say well we have to give them a second chance no not if you committed murder in the first degree six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty it's a Tuesday night it's ten eighteen my name is Dan right this is a guide side listen to WBZ in Boston Massachusetts and if you're listening on a car radio anywhere in the country and you pick.

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"rick shelby" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Going to be really add of all meat hysteria even worse the mitch mcconnell and the senate campaign committee had investigators in alabama this past were leak digging into judge moore's personal finances seeking to prove then he lied on his financial disclosure forms a felony that would certainly prevent you from being seated in the senate so they were ready had he won frankly i doubt the judge would ever have been seagate you think we dodged a bullet there i really do now here's what i would do if i were the president right now i would call doug jones and i would invite him to the white house doug jones has to run in alabama in three years alabama is not and will never be a liberal state amazon hey mark a be smart omega compromise with well it's a ruby red state if doug jones wants to get reelected that he's got to be a democrat in the mold of how have flynn or rick shelby when he was a democrat they're not going to elect or i should say ring elect a liberal democrat did have one of the most lubi reg change fall the democrats all the money that of more as mortar cut hide a lot wants the stuff came out that was a huge factor you you can't be visible and be a candidate riding a horse is not going to get you votes more was too extreme even for alabama even his wife's comments at the rally the night before over not antisemitic one of our lawyers is a ju i it was expanding on that matt drudge is right that you just can't push it this far but look i view heard roy more say that homosexual activity between consenting adults should be illegal i'm sorry i'm a libertarian what consenting adults do behind closed doors is there down area and a.

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"rick shelby" Discussed on Radio America

Radio America

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"rick shelby" Discussed on Radio America

"For him is what he did and we just three and is a recap what article to section two cause to says do we really the british accent because sometimes people understand it more robot and let us do not just us here we go article to section to close to the last constitution he show have power and we the the advice and can since of this san it's too makes free tastes provided stewart adds up the senators the presence compare and he shell nominated and brian too with the year devise an can sense of the said next schein a point in burfict is other public ministers into council's judges of the supreme court into all other offices of the united states appointments not harry an otherwise provided full andrew rick shelby established by legal but the congress made by little this could be appointment of such an area offices as they think trucker and the president alone in the colts of law all and the heads of departments was like masterpiece theory great appear and the sort of force to vote turning the catcher literally hillary you didn't hear it i didn't because the same attention to there's like pig latin in here for something you know could let miss i could read this whole thing into glenn to it they hadn't like maybe it maybe maybe she speaks that latin she doesn't understand of the second thing yeah it was just like they're really quickly right right alright it pay you take ertz their of they and understand why present pay i'm curry a and he else on an eight now and by and if away the advice and i'm since play of the and it's a l se points a mass thursday you had met as a the other up like a industries nay and council's kei edges jay of odd a a pre and say or k does that make sense now they'll now nope because you're like literally number look like slack.

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