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NASA spacecraft sent asteroid rubble flying in sample grab
"A certain. About Nasr's latest mission. Remember the old barnstorming air shows you might see someone hanging on a rope ladder dangling from a biplane. Then he swoops down past the audience and grabs a handkerchief. On Tuesday night NASA essentially performed the Hanky grab on the far side of our solar system two hundred million miles away. For the first time, NASA sent a spacecraft to snatch soil samples from an asteroid moving at sixty three thousand miles per hour. Asteroids are geological time capsules floating in space. Or as Nastase tone acerbic can put it. The rebel scoop from Benue could be a kind of cosmic Rosetta stone. The tells the history of our earth and solar system during the last billions of years. At the very least this mission is a triumph of imagination and technological prowess and Patients. The Oh Cyrus. REX, spacecraft left Earth four years ago in orbit, the asteroid Ben who for two years collecting photos and data yesterday the craft touchdown for a few seconds and snatched up as much as four point, four pounds, primordial rocks, and dust in about a week. NASA should know the spacecraft collected enough rubble or if it needs to make another attempt, then the spacecraft will back to Earth with its Rosetta rocks. That journey will take about two more years. But. Some things like a deeper understanding of the origins. Our solar system. Are Worth waiting for.
Dr. Joan Palmiter Bajorek CEO of Women in Voice on Linguistics and its Place in Voice
"Know that's now I. I. Kinda WanNa. Go back a little bit because you're a linguist. And I mean I don't know how you characterize yourself to characterize yourself as a linguist. Yeah. Usually when people ask me say I consider myself primarily a linguist and researcher those are the two core identities that I inhabit most of the time. Okay. Great. So What originally got you interested in linguistics Yeah, I mean I think. I. Consider Myself as being linguist when I was little I like played with code things and you know babbling around I started taking French quote unquote foreign language. In Middle School, I would have been like eleven and. I just thought an unlocked, the coolest world's travel and culture, and you know my parents have always really prioritize travel instead of like buying a big screen TV's let's run off to Thailand So that kind of interesting language culture has always been there for me. Actually, my mom found his old document of mine working career stuff for high schoolers where you like plan out potential career directions. Apparently on this document, I circled linguistics French, and photography as the three things I was interested in which ended up being my undergraduate degrees, my master's degree. Topics right there. In my teenage years, I knew. That's perfect. Yeah. Well, maybe maybe we do. I. Say there's a sense that we ask college students to make decisions about the rest of their lives. You know it's such a young age but maybe we know at least some of us know much younger. I feel like I got really lucky I feel like. I. Don't necessarily know the names of the topics but I feel like there's a light at the end of the horizon that I'm walking towards at all times sometimes running a mostly walking in just knowing that directionality and honestly the privileged to be able to pursue the things that I'm so passionate about. Now given the you've spent so much time. Going into linguistics study research have you had time to keep up with your French photography? My I I taught French previously to pay the bills in my graduate studies and I worked in France between UNDERGRAD and graduate school. So I'm was very proficient I mean, my dad hopes one day become famous photographer. You know as a retirement career but no, I have A. Busy schedule today and those things take away backburner. Got It. Okay. So you started out French in photography you moved into linguistics and why don't you share with listeners? What some of the areas of study you focused initially and then how that evolved. Yes. So I don't masters in linguistics from UC Davis. And they did a really phenomenal job of forcing you to take all the courses. In the range of things I was always really interested in phonetics and sociolinguistics, but taking morphology and Syntax and typology natural language processing was of course it was very new at that time. And really. It's when I started actually studying to a link goes interfaces from a LP phonetics standpoint that I felt like I had a moment of like wait a minute. This is a big data multi-lingual back end. Used by millions of users worldwide. Like who is deciding what good enough means for the Audio You know At that time I focused a lot on ed tech but I think the multi lingual multi modal interfaces that I was looking at Babbel Rosetta. Stone presented at Rosetta Stone really thinking about the research that space blew my mind that was back in two, thousand, fourteen, two, thousand, fifteen. Yeah. So When you think about those systems because they've been around for a while and some of them very good is that a stone has been doing this a pretty high level for a long time before we had cloud computing to new redoing this office CDs. Because I remember. At least one of my daughters maybe both of them took a couple of full programs you know through. through his stump Are there elements of that that of of the language learning process? You think that help move the industry forward or was that always just sort of a fork in on its own I think. Educational Technology has such power especially in twenty twenty. You know anyone who has kids I don't finds this stuff wonderful I think Rosetta stone you're right I think back in the day was really innovative software I haven't seen significant innovation in the last decade I can't I'm under NDA can't tell you what I told her engineering team but my research that is public I mean the. The back end with they're doing the acoustics in the visuals that they show users and most users aren't linguists. An most users aren't fun additions like me. Or mostly incomprehensible. So I felt like there was a huge mismatch between what the back end was doing in the educational pieces of it. Could you actually learn and get better at your pronunciation from these tools? Right. So that's that's a critique on the application of the technology though correct? Yeah. Is opposed to the core technology in terms of being. Listen and. and. That's what I. Mike Critique is the scaffolding or like how it's structured could be significantly rated and their companies like Elsa and blue canoe that are doing the work to make it interpreted. Because we do have back ends that should be able to do this very well.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
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"rosetta stone" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
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Discussing the Show Masks (Spoiler Alert!)
"It struck me as somebody that is is pretty well versed in the in the graphic novel. The absolutely have done something like I say that extends stems from that work so you had this almost impossible task. You had to adapt in a sense. Something that you love and respect and probably idolize is getting a lot of people to yes but also then had to depart from it completely and make it something different. It had to be of it and apart from it. How did you negotiate that very carefully? Also completely totally haphazardly. I mean I think that it was a combination of the energy of a of a bowl in China shop and and then trying to catalog everything that you knocked over and broke so that you could replace it and both things had to happen simultaneously because I think that we went in With a high degree of fear and concern and delicate nece and then very quickly we were just like fuck all of that. Let's just go nuts. And then you had vacillate between those polls and the show sort of happened in the space where we were moving in between the polls because our job storytellers is to make something feel authentic to make could feel real and I wanted this television experience. Because it's not a comic book where you're turning the pages where illustrated cartoon characters I wanted to feel real real and authentic at the same time there's some true ridiculousness happening around the the fringes of this so the first thing that we did and And when I say we at the very beginning of this thing it was this guy. Jeff Jensen I and Jeff and I jeff was a reporter for entertainment weekly remember would write these crazy theories about lost cost under the pseudonym doc Jensen not not quite as soon because his last name is Johnson. Doc in front yes. He doesn't fraud easily easily from my understanding is he did not hold a doctorate in anything. Maybe lost in any way he and I collaborated on tomorrow and and did a lot of world building for that Disney thing but when the third time they came to me and said. Do you WanNa do watchmen and I started kind of feel the beginnings of a glimmer of what it would be about. I texted Jeff and I said I have two questions. The first question is like should there. Be a watchman TV show and then the second is should I do it and I think he responded depends ends and depends and then I was like yeah would you. Would you WanNa do it together. And then he came over and He was the first person that I really bounced a lot of these ideas off of and he and I put together. This list of adjectives A like almost like a recipe list of these are adjectives that we use to describe. The original watchmen. C'mon and if our version if we can check these same adjectives against it almost like a mad libs then than we maybe we earned the name and the first word on the list was original And so now there's this paradox were presented with which is. It's an adaptation of this thing. That already exists. How do you you make it original and I think the gaming of that paradox was still thinking about? Did we game but like that was really the challenge in front of us which was like how does this thing feel like. It's it's it's watchmen. But at the same time it could only feel like it's watchmen if it's taking huge risks when and it feels is like you. You're feeling nervous while you're watching it like A. I don't know what's happening and I don't like it and I don't know where this is going to go next and I'm a little bit scared and not it just scared where it's GonNa go narrative Lee but scared that it could jump the shark. When I read watchmen I could tell you? Twenty instances in over the course of those twelve issues shoes just took my breath away in terms of like. You aren't allowed to do that. I can't believe that just happened like my heart would be racing as I was reading. Thank those issues and to to to try to replicate that emotional sensation for the TV show. That's what we were chasing. Sometimes a we succeeded needed other times. Not but that was the brass ring we were all reaching for. So what we're talking about in many ways is the tone of watchmen and its ambition and and it's fearlessness. And when we begin your series right out of the gates it does seem like you hit those well. At least you hit the ambition and you hit the fearlessness. If watchmen the graphic novel was a meditation perhaps on the morality of heroism. It seems pretty clear from the beginning of your show so that your show is about race period the end it is about race. I want to ask you how much this emphasis on race from. The start was away for you to say not only. This show is the show about race. But I need you to know right now. It is about race Yeah I'M A I. I apologize in advance because I'm not really able to to answer that question articulately yet. And in many ways this my inability to articulate answer that question was replicated in the writer's room on a repeated basis and led to an incredible incredible of conversations. Both difficult in insertive revelatory of certainly from from my standpoint. But what I'll say. Is that the most difficult question and I think that a lot of writers have to answer. Where do you get your ideas from or what? What is a moment of inspiration like what's the flash point and and a lot of the man's to the the question the same way that I will which is like something just happens internally with that just like sort of clicks and slides into place and then at least I feel compelled to get it out out and most of the time for me? Those ideas don't like happen in the shower whereas like Oh this would be a cool idea for television show. It happens because I've read something or I'm listening running to something or I'm emotionally affected by something and essentially what was happening in my life was as the leftovers was ending and I was starting to kind of feel the panic of if I am not entirely sure that I'm ever GonNa WanNa do this again. I'm I'm not having any ideas. In watchmen is just coming at me for the third time. But it's watchmen and it's the you know for me. That's the you know. It's the Rosetta Stone. It's where all began for me. Maybe not the Rosetta Stone. Do More like the black monolith in two thousand one you know where stars yeah. It's it's full of stars quite literally perfect and and an intimidating and right at the time that they asked me the third time because that because they they'd they'd asked me two times is prior. You know once probably two thousand eleven just a couple years after Zack Snyder's movie and then again maybe in two thousand thirteen or twenty fourteen and now I'm thinking it's like twenty seventeen and and I'm placing this time around the time that Charlottesville is happening and I read between the world and many Tallahassee coaches book and I'll I'm just going to be honest with you I read the book because every single white progressive liberal in the in show business was like they say like this. If you read between the world have you read it like like the shame just like you so it's just like you have to read it. You really have to read it and so I was like this. Sounds like an astonishing piece of writing and it and it was when and when I read that. I also read case for reparations which was an essay that he wrote in the Atlantic a couple years? Probably before and in case for reparations which completely. It's both wildly intuitive. It's nothing that you don't already know but the way that it is written in the story that Mr Coates tells is like just changes ages changed the way that I saw the world. In in that essay he mentioned Black Wall Street Tulsa Twenty one and the way that he wrote about it it was just I I wanna say just three or four sentences or just a paragraph as you say it felt like the destruction of a world to me and at that time also Black Panther hadn't come out yet but it had been announced that Ryan Kugler was going to do it in Tallahassee. Coach was writing Black Panther and I was thinking about what Kanda and I was thinking that. If we're Kanda actually existed in the the real world if there was this place of African American exceptionalism I guess in the case of Kanda African exceptionalism but a place that we're only black people lived and they were the best scientists and it was utopia. If white people found out about this place they would destroy it. They burned to the ground. So all of those ideas were kind of like swirling around in my head and then I bought. This book called the burning about Tulsa twenty-one because because of having read and I was just astonished by this story on every single level most of all because I had never heard about it and I felt shame and embarrassment and I would talk to other people like I talked to people of Color and they go. Oh yeah and I talked two white people and they go. What and then I'd start explaining of? This is what happened and I would see them. Start to get feel embarrassed. And then and then disconnect which is what we do when we feel like? We're supposed to know something we don't know it and so all of that stuff was kind of swirling around in my head and the fundamental question that we were asking about doing watchmen is should we do it. And if so why now. And so I- reflected back on. The original watchmen set in one thousand. Nine hundred five of the came out in eighty six and although it takes place in an alternate version of of America it was dealing with a a nuclear standoff handoff between the USSR. America and and it's counting down towards inevitable nuclear destruction on both sides. That's what the that's what the heroes are solving for. It feels else that gets a murder mystery but unbeknownst to us what's really going on the answer to the murder mystery. He has done it is someone is actually trying to save the world world And and I was like so what. What's the big cultural anxiety? Now when you close the comic book and it stays with you and the answer was says. There's a reckoning happening in America as it relates to race. It's not to say that that reckoning wasn't happening during the civil rights movement where it wasn't happening in the the eighties or the nineties but right now as especially after Charlottesville and I remember very specifically Craig like when Charlottesville happened that there was this rhetoric that was happening around where people kept saying. I can't believe they're not wearing masks. They're not wearing masks anymore. The white supremacists are just out there and we can see their faces in shocking shocking. And so that was happening at the same time that. Hbo was saying do you. WanNa do watchmen show masks and I was like what are masks. You know like what happens when and you mix a mask with the administration of the law. That's the central idea of watchmen and then the KKK. Wears masks. And I'm starting to see protesters like Antigua's wary mass. This was long before Hong Kong. But it's like this idea of like covering your face is covering your face a justification for protecting in yourself or are you doing something that you probably shouldn't be or both and then all of that kind of went into the mix at the heart of it in the center of it. Is this remarkable the character that is not a carryover from watchmen but your invention Angela. Apr Sister
"rosetta stone" Discussed on Recode Decode
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"rosetta stone" Discussed on Recode Decode
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"rosetta stone" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hour, Mindy, Rickles, join us a little bit. And we've got a couple of things to talk about including we're going back to the row for an early show. New Year's Eve how about that John McCall. Here's so that we set the seven. It's so good. It's so nice to to go back there, we always love that place. One o'clock on our guest. This is the lovely mirror. How did we say your last name napping valley penalties? Yes, exactly. Yes. I it sounded to Italian that's weird. No, it's Italian, we were joking. Sometimes you can be such a ditzy. Samarium nap Anneli. What do you do at the row, I am the director of marketing sent her so you have to deal with us. I do I wouldn't. Consider it dealing. I love being able to help you guys. Right. Right. And in John pitch. This idea thought it was a good one. We're going to we're doing early show at the row on New Year's Eve at what time one o'clock, it's one o'clock show which we did about three years ago. We did a one o'clock show. There you you've got. I'm trying to think you have you have a show later, though. Yes. Years eve, show American English. They are the Beatles. Yeah. Oh, I thought that was literally just American English people Rosetta Stone saying they're trying to teach it doesn't sound like a great New Year's Eve show to me. Well, whatever think about our show at one o'clock is you can come to the show, you can have a good time. And, you know you dinner at five year bed by six fifteen best. Yeah. Because normally it's for people who can't stay up to midnight this one is for people can't stay up past thirty. Yes. Switch to them just a little bit. So special guests to be announced, but it's going to be fun. What else are you doing at the row? We've a lot coming up this summer. We've a big Father's Day weekend. We have Christopher Titus.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Doc. L from choice choice been doing his Rosetta Stone. Alfred New Jersey. Alfred jersey says look I spent a lot of time in Detroit Detroit. He says is the home of called duck. I did not know this L illuminating us this morning, the exact recipe, unknown. But one part Moselle wine one part wine one part champagne season with lemons embalming throwing a drop valvoline motor oil just to be sure. Clock in the morning. It's good though. But you know, we thank you all from Detroit for giving. I did not notice cold goes back to one thousand nine hundred ninety seven starting and colder L illuminating. For the year of your birth. We could. Let's do a data check here in this. Anthony saying enough. Okay. What right now futures. Dow futures up eight and the vix eighteen point eight eight a churned the market yo ten tenure yield in two point seven three percent oil there, and Jeff curry of Goldman Sachs joining us with gold and thirteen thirteen an ounce, and I'll tell you Mr. curry Longo really looking forward to this conversation was the last time that happened stay with us worldwide. This is Bloomberg. And now for the news from New York City is Michael Barr. Jonathan thank you very much. President Trump confidante Roger stone, vases and arraignment in Washington today. Stone is expected to plead not guilty to charges. He lied to lawmakers engaged in witness, tampering and obstructed a congressional investigation into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign stone is set to appear before federal judge acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker says he thinks the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election is close to being completed. President Trump has slammed the investigation as a witch hunt. The US plans to suspend its obligations under a nineteen eighty-seven nuclear weapons treaty with Russia after a deadline passes this weekend. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and then tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg John. Michael. Thank you very much this Tuesday morning. Good morning. Hey, she price action futures unchanged after.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Pins? About the Jamaican valley's hustling, Sal. The geez, babble Pim's ler. Or did you learn it through books or how did you learn to polish up your Portuguese? Like you. Did I started with Rosetta Stone? And I was very dedicated with it. So I started with stone. And then once I got through all the levels of at Joan, I got some some textbooks. And then like I said we actually pay extra here on our cable service to get Globo's years. So a lot of time I watch some of the news programming at first you kind of have to start off with some of the children's shows some of the things where they should be a little slower like that before. I just jump right into the full on lake telenovela type stuff. But yeah, no. It's it's I try to practice it to some degree every day there. There are some pro programs like innovative language is a a program on the computer, and you can use and they have like lessons misery and driving around in LA traffic. I'm actually listening to Portuguese lesson or something like that. Very impressive. All right. Okay. Thank you so much for joining us here on the show. It's always good to catch up with you every couple of months what's going on. You do a lot for the sport massive respect. I'm glad the UC's bringing it over to ESPN. And and even though we touched on it lightly. We really enjoyed your work on the sidelines to for the NFL you and Megan knocked it out of the park. So great job. And hopefully, one of these times when you're in Vegas. We can bring in studio to have you coast and episode with us. Thanks for having me on your guys, much appreciative. All right Bye-bye. All right. We got to go to a commercial at semi junkie radio on fight nation channel ninety three. Stay close. We'll be right back. Follow her on Twitter, by the way at Karen, Bryant, K A R Y N and then Bryant VR. Why anti?.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on The Moth
"Rosetta Stone the language software. I was using. So I could Portuguese to speak to her dad down in Brazil. I was going to be meeting him for the first time not face to face. But over Skype is he was getting a new computer, he's getting broadband, and I made a plan. Thanksgiving's coming up. Let's have him Skype in we'll put the computer on the table, and he can join us as a family, and I had an old terrier motive because I'm actually a pretty good cook. When I was a kid, I lost my eyesight in my aunt Rita. Who's a wonderful chef she's a professional chef. She said, listen, you know, there's some things you can't do because you can't see. But there's so many more things you can if you just put your mind to it. And I'll teach you how to cook. And she did. And I've had that skill in my back pocket in my whole life. So my idea was I would make thanksgiving dinner like that done before with big Turkey and the sides, and it would look really nice in my father in law in Brazil would be really impressed. So thanksgiving was about a week away. I was planning menus. I was in my element. And I could tell you to wasn't feeling it. And I said, Honey, you know, this is going to be great. I'm gonna make the pumpkin risotto with kiss nuts and fresh sage you like that. No response. I'm gonna do the homemade cranberry sauce with ginger and Meyer, lemon zest. Remember last year that was hit. I said did you Honey what can I do to make you happy? She said I want to pick. For a pet. I mean, what what do you mean wanna pig was like, no? I'm so excited about my father calling and everything I don't want some boring drill. Turkey wanna pig whole pig when I was a little girl. Go to my grandmother's farm and help me. Let me pick out a piglet and should kill it and cook it, and we eat it. It was so nice. And I want that feeling. I said, I'm not cooking you in pig in Manhattan apartment. I wouldn't even know where to start my mom is coming from Boston friends with coming. We're having a Turkey. She accused me of being inflexible then a couple of days later, he's at work at the hospital. I can hear all the noise in the background says listen, I found a pig. Online. I bought it. Don't say anything and. It was one of those moments. You have in a marriage quite often where I I could either keep fighting or give in. And then I gave in and that's how I found myself day before thanksgiving with the girls to enforce though in Isabel, we're down in the west village. They're in their bugaboo double stroller, which is giant monstrosity, and I walk into this little ole time vintage butcher shop. I'm the guy. I'm here for the pig. And the was like, oh, man it because of the holiday and everything you pig. Never showed up and I'm thinking, thank you Jesus. I'm I'm getting my Turkey. Right. He's like, but don't worry. I actually have another pig for you. It's not the fresh pig that you ordered. But but it's a bigger pig. It's it's frozen. And he hands me a twenty two pound block of ice. Which is a frozen did pig, and I can feel these mole twisted limbs with with who's who's on the end and the head and the snout it was a gargoyles..
"rosetta stone" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You know, but it's really big. That's that's it. It took nearly eighteen hundred years to figure out the language, and you would think that with all of the expeditions to Egypt over the centuries that someone sometimes somewhere would have shown up who knew how to read write or speak any of it. But it never happened. And although today, we know about the Rosetta Stone and the quest to code everything the great and Egyptian amnesia that was already happening and in full swing centuries before Cleopatra committed suicide. Now, check this out around three hundred BC the kings. Lists was finally written. And although the history that was carved into the walls of bed FU is impressive. It's also far from complete. But it's all we have. It's all we've got. And there's no mention of the great pyramid. In fact, there was virtually no information anywhere on the temples on papyrus on sarcophagus. You would think that the great pyramid. Which is dominated the vision of every Egypt for thousands of years. Right. The same as it does with us today, by the way, it dominates the skyline right there off the Nile. You would think that there would be. A topic of conversation. That is carved into the walls the temples every burial chamber in the valley of the kings, the walls of Luxor Karnak Edfu. It is not. Today. There are thousands and thousands of books written about the great pyramid. You've got documentaries. And they are everywhere the earliest explorers, all drew it. They wrote about it. But the Egypt didn't. Obviously, obviously, we don't have an instruction manual. So it's true purpose is up for grabs. We honestly have no idea. Why who or when it was built? I look at it this way five thousand years from now if some archaeologists dug up a USB thumb drive that had the history of us on it music, art, literature, would they know how to use it would they even know what it is. Maybe I don't know. But but I would guess probably not. But today the great pyramid is starting to give up some of its secrets last year new chamber was discovered above the grand gallery. I've talked about a lot here on coast and my other show three or four voids have also been found two months ago. A paper was published about focused EM energies that were possible and last week by new safe Sawday who is my guest tonight publish a report about how to locate additional chambers inside of the great pyramid. We have been told over and over again that there is nothing left to find inside of the great pyramid. And today, we know that this is clearly not the case. And it's with his work and others that we may soon unwrap the gift that keeps on giving that is the great pyramid of Egypt. So turned on the lights and get ready. This is a very special presentation on coast to coast AM. You can follow me right now on Twitter at J church radio. And do you know, the drill Twitter is always live to my left right here. In the studio. The lights are down. It is dark in here. Any questions or comments you can post it right there on Twitter and it fits good? Maybe your tweet will get read on the air. Now. Enjoy the bumper music tonight. I tried to folded a little Egypt into things. But I also wanted to have some fun with the music. You know, I like, my rock and roll. So tonight enjoy all of that. And we are going to open up the phones, it is a very special show here tonight with my new, and I know that all of you want to get involved, the great pyramid and the questions behind it. We have been discussing. Not only for years here on coast to coast, but for centuries with us, it is part of our popular culture. Let's do this. I am your host Jimmy church, and I'll be right back with my guests. My new safe Saturday. This is coast to coast AM..
"rosetta stone" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Dole. Can't can't do. That wasn't even the line. I was talking about. But he sounds very, Adam Sandler nauseating. Joel. This is a crazy Rosetta Stone Francis. Origin. He'll ever admit it. No never admitted. No threes. It was Morrison. I still don't understand what he's trying to say. So I guess I'll just have to give up. I really think I guess that is that is an option that's open to you. Well, we're done here. I really feel like he wrote this song like like every line was written weeks apart. And he didn't like look at the other ones. Like, you know, what I like the idea of Los Angeles sounds like lost angel. And that's the only connection. I I didn't get that. Until you just said now connect, right? And also, I'm still understanding is this a person or the city he's talking to might be shifting. Are you telling me this art this whole time? No, you know, he released a book of poems called American poet, really when he was still alive. He released a poetry book before he was twenty. I believe so well, that's the best time to to release. Yeah. Because after that it's like why? Should know better. Also, if he's a musician. I would think okay, we'll just set these two music. If you want us to know them, I don't know, this is very ignorant. I should know this did he played instrument. No. When he sings though. Okay. I mean, he's doing a specific thing. He's what he's doing on purpose. Ooh. Whether you like it or not he means to do that. Yeah. We're not going good musician. More of a performance artist. Okay. That's by getting especially you. He's in the bathroom. I'm like quick. Pretty quirky. So now this long has lost completely. Because now we're in the scary section. Oh, well, I hope you be brought back on board by this. Oh, no..
"rosetta stone" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"It's so fucking pets. We looked up the translation one time. I, I don't remember. Remember everybody talks about Michael Jackson. At one. I think one it's like one song is literally about like recycling, yeah, once about recycling. And then I think that one's all about like social media. That's what everyone. Yeah, I love it every fucking day. That's like, that's like, I love Ramstein Rammstein Ramstein we can say they're fucking, they're amazing. Live fucking amazing. You've ever see if you ever even go see Ramstein on tour. Go see him, but the translation for that song do though, like you, you fucking hate me. It's the stupidest song ever that you win them the fucking English version when they finally released an English for you, you hate you hate to me. I hate. I hate to me. You hate me a lot. You eight to me. To that whole like epic doom do do that. Like it's just so stupid. I wonder if there's like American songs that like people here and they don't understand. They think it's so delight deep dope, and it's like maybe. And you're like over there, let's say to it like this is heavy shit. I. You know, they have no idea how stupid dog is. You know what I'm saying? That's like I wanna learn German just for the sole fact. So I can listen to German music. Right, right. So angry with German rappers are fucking like my favorite thing in the world. There's this one rapper called crow CRO, and he's fucking incredible. That's how I found this elegant, TOA guy. And he's just funny. Let me. German because literally you, it sounds like I love you, and it just sounds like you want him to die. That's there's videos online on YouTube about like every word, the same real. Every language Germany's just like, and it's like kite and everybody's like Keat kite cooled. All like, why the fuck is seventeen syllables. It's a four letter word. I love it. I love it. I want to German so bad. I'm just too lazy. Why don't you take it? Get one of the Rosetta Stone, infomercial things that's hurt that works. Whereas at Assam Rosetta Stone, you know, listen, learn languages, beginning of language now barely speak English Spanish. Yeah, for fucking ever. I think you don't know or anything. You know how to ask you out of the bathroom. How Plato Abon you four, four say, please other won't let you if I was if I was in Mexico and you came up, said that exact phrase and that way I'd be like telling this dumb bitch with. I always say orange wrong in Spanish. Oh, what does it actually honoring hot? Oh, I always go hog. I'm pretty sure you have undiagnosed speech at Pederson. We just have. It's never been done to. She's strange for the world. I just have a fuck it speech. I thought I thought about that. Like I always wanted to have a group of friends and go be tested for like random things like, I don't want to know everything. Have we ever told you what. Some people might find this offensive if you do whatever. I'm sorry. But we always said that like. If you had if you were a mentally challenged. Yeah, like and you didn't know, but all your friends new and like like, am either mentally challenged one that my friend being really nice to that. I would like I'm like, maybe these guys love me, but they're just like, oh, Puno make. They're not. This isn't even going on the internet right there. Just like you guys are just like helping we. We bought you all follow. None of this is all just been a ruse, your rise Internet thing. thing, no one you would never know because if you were mentally challenged, I mean, unless you have someone asks what's going to come out and be like, you're fucking retard retarded..
Goals uncertain for North Korea summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un
"The united states north korea one on one continuing coverage around the around the clock on wsb president trump north korea's kim jong un hoping to end a nuclear standoff that has threatened world peace with much anticipated summit on tuesday in singapore that's where we find abc's connor finnegan so much diplomacy is the symbolism it's the choreography is these movements of liters finally getting in a room together that has been hammered out over the last couple of weeks between the united states and north korea and trump and kim will come together for the first time they'll shake hands and then it may just be a one on one with president trump and kim jong translators for both sides will be on hand during any one on one meetings todd ntb's news governor casey k goal lead secretary of state brian kemp by seven points in a new gop gubernatorial runoff poll conducted by rosetta stone the runoff election is july twenty second mean on his phone crashes his car into a papa john's pizza on whitlock avenue in marietta three weeks before georgia's new distracted driving law takes effect a fake cop driving a.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"It was a fantastic experience it was a great education it was also a great sort of developmental opportunity everyone worked and studied but you are on your own i mean and so you learned how to be resourceful and responsible how to be competent how to be solution oriented what kind of work you said you work work but what what was the work that you did it varied depending on your age but when i first got there and i was very young i was a classroom made a classroom made i would clap a racers or organiz papers i would help the teacher i don't know if i did anything really different everyone was very responsible as opposed to trying to stand out and be different euro about the community that goes right back to what you were talking about earlier in terms of the corporation being a family you just you see tools all one you're not trying to cost seperation you really wanted to be a community around you that's fascinating i think that's the best way to achieve success both individually and as a whole so you so you can you influence that as in your role as general counsel and secretary of rosetta stone you wanna make sure that you're setting everybody up for success and that everybody is sort of rowing in the same direction for the corporation and the shareholders success takes a lot of communicating and collaborating and being flexible being motivated so you're telling me that your role as inhouse general counsel and secretary rosetta stone is the help build the team help build the community that's not what's necessary what i read in the newspapers in third grade but a lot of kids go to boarding school that don't want to go to boarding school you went to school as you wanted to go to boarding school how did you reconcile that with the other kids in your class that didn't want to be there did you did you did you see that weren't your frayed fear never came into it i have never shied from adventure or challenge how's it affecting your business career what's the house out of that show up in business.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Oh actually no i did and then reinjured it six months ago so now brienne it back it's now trying to go nice and frigging slow i got these bands now i'm back into doing yoga i'm not fucking drake it i'm not smoking there i said it fucking bored shit like people who are sober how the fuck you know you know what i actually finally i bought an external little cd player to plug in so i could finally do my my rosetta stone french and i've been doing that then of course you know my wife helps me set the fucking thing up and i you know it's working i'm having a great time and then i go to use it again and of course it won't fuck and work it doesn't recognize anything i don't open it up it's just a fuck it painted so hopefully it's some point she'll take some time out of date but anyways i'm gonna polish up on that shit try to do an hour to every single day right up until i get over the france as wanna get a little bit better with my shit but you know at some point i got i got i got to learn to become fluent french because i just think fucking more on like me knowing how to speak french it's just something it's too funny to not do it right okay actually ordered kids french books and reading to my daughter those are great thinking like well how did i learn how to read english speaking those little books being in sandy said he had bing remember them but they still have those fucking books there.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on The Big 98
"And i love after they've been at school all day working on it and talk with their friends and their teacher sometimes they are the most talkative after that and feels really got that's where i used to do in rosetta stone as teigen then after quick laissez i call it it'd be like oh la uh i'll be like a get to more wrexham uh we'd be on the back in the day oh yeah i had gall duty well now nor gets a lot an amateur story now that we're just throwing them out like no you're not talking alone yeah so it was eddie that would sit at the house we put on these headsets his house in my house respectively get cheetos mamduh and then we will apply call duty against each other but they're not are play with kids in these kids will start seeing the most vulgar things to me all worse than what we would ever say amber than think of that can nine will be like hey bbb and then you hear their mom in the background go hey tickets raza and then they hang up and they were great things that were so bad that felt like i was going to jail 'cause they said admire and be like what chris hands but one my goodness nine year old is terrible it's a terrible world in their fellow take district rosetta stone to learn spanish and we would go out and play golf and i was the only white guy my group my my friendship group and sao try it though just a must banish out the randomly sifford fly it would they just like at me like my call you're playing golf you are like get the bullet that relying on it yeah glen lee narrowly worked arab by like that i would again anybody it has never did not argue that you do now without at sam make new misery now you're news solve these joe frayed red fruit is term you'll be change in the station inaugural shoes a lookin.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on Science Friday
"These is the black hole gone gonna be the rosetta stone for physics yeah i mean i really feel the black hole is the key to providing us evidence it's giving us clues all the time and and as we experiment even justin pen and paper on the surface of a black hole it is nudging us ever closer to some revelation an and i think it may be what do you think clifford handling your i i i think it as i said before i it it it has this this poll both both literally and metaphorically which is into it which is interesting in that it showing of the the concept of black hole and the the mathematics and physics of the black hole lead you to shows up in so many different areas of theoretical physics um uh both directly and indirectly uh and uh that's really interesting to see i think his this is an interesting history story that's going to be told about that uh and um but it's also instructive fizz kwy ito astrophysics is the obvious place now an a whole new disc new way because of a colliding black holes giving us gravitational wave signals that we can detect expanding astrophysics in a huge way but then you come to questions of the quantum nature space time at cetera and again black hole seemed to be central there but then through things like string theory you find that the properties of black holes even abstract properties on the page black holes in strange space times if you work out the mathematics sometimes turn out to be powerful ways of recasting other kinds of physics which you can actually dress up to look like the physics of black holes for the sake of doing a useful calculation so black holes are becoming this sort of ubiquitous concept and even a toolbox for doing physics so it it is quite a remarkable idea i replayed on his his science friday from pierre i public radio international in case you're just joining sparking with a cliff.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Landmark rosetta stone pole but may now not be able to avoid a runoff pollster mark rowntree says cable has 35 percent support other candidates include former state senator hudson hill and secretary of state brian kimber single digits 44 percent of voters are undecided georgia tech has yet to identify the source of the sickness spreading on campus nearly ninety students have reported feeling ill with vomiting and diarrhoea fever in body geeks school officials say there's been no common food activity dining or residence all identified as causing me on this health officials say the illnesses acting more like a stomach flu being transmitted from person to person rather than coming from a common source they advice handwashing and disinfecting commonly touched items and if you're experiencing symptoms stay away from people michelle wright wsb the fa or just laptops and other electronics with lithium ion batteries to be banned from checked bags it's concerned about the potential for fire there have been cases of these batteries overheating if pat close to an aerosol spray could set off an explosion that disables the planes firesuppression system ironically this risk was exposed after the trump administration banned laptops from the cabins of planes from ten muslimmajority countries wsb news about your health walking an hour a week reduces the chance of premature death by twenty percent technical correspondent dr jon lapook says it doesn't even have to be a power walk i think you don't wanna overcomplicated get out of the house get off the chair don't sit around watching television doing nothing eating potato chips bottom lined the best exercise is the kind you do wsb news time eight eleven medicine they really is a severe wrote fountain of youth were going to colleges moves before you can't smother medics after 8 o'clock wow what a big weekend here that landed eagles to shows tonight tomorrow night is philip serena the fate of the latter starts at old fourth ward park we got the big thicky strides gets breast cancer what suntrust park tomorrow morning severe cancer society dear season begins the bigger show the blue angels' the romir fort wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live once again are you can do anything about the weather can you give us some good news about this still looks like it's gotta run through the weekend the bulk of a stay dry ted.
"rosetta stone" Discussed on KFC Radio
"I mean and then as far as the the physical anatomy at the china that shit is need rosetta stone to unlock that that thing is just why is it so hard why is it so hard i did it gets it's really not if you just like if you just give up on actually penetrating the vagina and you're just like i'm going to destroy your clinton till you come every single time and that's really what you've got do anyway but it's just like if you give up on all sorts of other tactics and you're just like i know it depends though leg a guys men saudi verse barrels lake it's like there's just this one little spy out i hit that usually just focused on an every effort guy everywhere like i'm gonna put my opinion is below that and inside the white house not to come up in inner from the backside flank the clint gonna come round from the weak side it's like it's like the blindside i got blindside help coming got ball you man i got a weak side how come into trying to make you come when i should just play playing mantoman with the clint it's crazy but i also feel like they grow just like me that with your belly button it was like don't what are they the general area what it would be like is if if a girl was like sucking on your balls to make you like and that was going to make your genus contest good if that's exactly what it is like i'm not complaining about you sucking my balls but were never going to get to the finish line here that's gotta be girls when you're just sitting there having sex with their vaginas constantly.