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"ross ross" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"No sign of man. There are massive amounts of people just out like theirs. They got a shot here on the bridge, and it's like the the lane next to the traffic. Looks like a sidewalk full of people. Yeah, I guess because you can't move anywhere. Support will decide what the hell let's get out of there. And especially if you can. I mean, could it be possible that people looking over the edge could be helping? I mean, if they haven't found anybody yet, I mean, you see something floating. I'm not hurting you. Unless they're like, Look over there. We don't know what happened yet. It would be reckless to speculate, but I think there was a wreck and people jumped in the water because they stole a car. That's crazy. That's what I think That's I mean, you've got to be very certain of your swimming. I mean, that's something you probably don't think about, because if you just go through it real quick in your head drama jump in this water, the police. They're gonna be here soon, and I can't swim far enough to get away from him, right? Unless they did. Who knows? I mean, they haven't found him yet. Or the aliens told him to jump into the water because they're waiting for them to take her on a ship for was an alien subspecies. Who you know, maybe was travelling, you know, like took on the body. Of another of a human Then they just jumped down and wouldn't do it like aquatic mode. Alright, all these very plausible If you're at the ass end of this I'd like to hear from you just tell us where you are, because I think it's probably backed up to the Trump already. I mean, you would think I want to know where the rear end of this of this traffic jam is. I want to know if it's backed up to the Trump if it's backed up to Ah, Venice I drew up a live alone. Who are you? Ross Ross today, pal. Good. Excellent. What can we do you for? Well, I wanted to talk about shutting water and electric off. I don't agree with that. And that's not that's not cool. To be honest with you not okay for Los Angeles or any other city to shut off water and power from businesses that host egregiously large gatherings. Know what it would soon agree. GIs would have I have a six bedroom house tonight. Three family members over and my father who is on not your machine with emphysema is upstairs. What happens then? I would say not good things for your dad. But what about like, Obviously not that situation where you've got a house party of 202 150 people in a six bedroom home. What about that? Would you encourage? Would you say it's okay then? Yeah, I guess.
Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace
"It guess what we have a guest. We were supposed to have her at the Bell House in Brooklyn, but she is here with us today the Emmy Award. winning. Star of will and Grace Debra. Messing is GonNa, join US tastic. All right. Let's call some friends play some games. Have a good talk. Thankfully. This couple is available at they're not only a couple. They host a podcast called couples therapy where they talk about relationships with comedians themselves. It's both life-affirming and funny, which is a nice combination not like my therapy. We have. Andy. Beckerman and Naomi Eck Paragon Hey. Hey so at you're obviously your house. Yes. Yes. Self Quarantine Day eighteen dating. You're in Los Angeles yes we are. Already a city of self. Quarantine. Works out really well, I was telling these guys that I had a stranger talked me from six feet away and it was just something nice. They were like Oh look over by that tree. There's a eagle's nest and I was like Oh. This is so heartwarming a conversation with a stranger. Missing this and then he was is it an amazing Hell Mother Nature Continually rejuvenates the earth and provides I was like Oh not this guy. We just don't get along normally so it's not going to start now. Like a stack of books with. That he was tossing out. Anyone who would take him. So. Funny. The little conversations you're having now being bored because I'm really, I'll tell Andy any thought in my head. Yes. So a couple couple in captivity how's it going? It could be worse like actually not bad. We've had an eighteen days to arguments I think that's about it. We had two arguments. It was like a real uncomfortable though because we got an argument and then I went in the bedroom you know what I mean like I just like sat there and was like well I guess it's Cool out where I think normally I would have left the house or I would have like gone like met a friend. Do you know what I mean like I'm getting a drink and then cool out This time it was like. The bedroom till you forgive me. S. Oh Yeah. I'm going to the other side of the couch while the exact. I like actually hanging out with people via zoom now because you can like I'm at home we're talking but I could just get up and go get something from Fridge I love that we should all be at home but hanging out with people but they're not in our house. Yeah. Don't clean up they leave. Don't have to get there. Yeah. Is Acceptable. Right, the only problem I have is you can't leave. Here to Leo do though you can always just fake an internet outage. It's very easy. You just. Just leave the meeting, and then you you take something like, sorry, my incident. You Guys WanNa, play a game. Do you WanNa just a little escapist quiz I would love to. Competition. We need healthy competition right now. Okay. So your podcast is called couples therapy. We have audio quiz for you called Tele Therapy. So basically, we're GONNA play a clip of a TV therapist and you're just going to identify the show. Okay we'll start with an easy one. This is for you andy. Hello, Claire. I'm listening. Oh Frazier. Frazier. That's right. Raising grade were you a fan of that show? Did you ever watch that show in its I watched it for many years and then Niles and Daphne got together. Yeah. I was like it's Okay I will say, actually one of our fights guys was. Its own Andy He's a niles. I'm not wrong. He said I was Eddie the dog. Oh. Yes. That's that's pretty harsh. In fairness it was a cute dog does he could you talk a lot of tricks? No. Okay. Because I am anyone I am Marty. Crane okay. I'm sitting in a chair and I am saying. Either me? And so ed he was he's a police detective and that's what you want to be through. I wanted to the the woman that he did the radio show with Ross Ross Ross. Thanks thank you. I ever a buzzfeed quiz now. All right now is your chance Naomi. Here we go. The comic plays that therapist in this clip when a best guest actress Emmy for the role I committed adultery I betrayed a friend I'm an awful person alley. Every patient that comes into this office thinks that he or she is the world's biggest loser for the first time I. Agree. There's a hint in the clue the name I know alley. Oh God I don't know two and a hand. Yeah. Dancing Baby. Oh, fudge. Okay. Ally mcbeal ally mcbeal is correct but what I remember loving do you Elliott Bill took a black lover. You know she was with Jesse l Martin who played collins in the original cast of red. went onto become such a star. Yes remember thinking. That little bony. Lover. I'm very into it. All right Andy, this comedy central show was animated in.
Jadeveon Clowney says he's healthy, not ruling out return to Seattle Seahawks
"One of the NFL's best defensive player still has the C. hawks on his radar details of Cuomo's bill swore to the Harley exterior sports desk Seahawks fans got a strong indicator of J. Davey in clown is dominance last season but the free agent Pro Bowl defensive end had sports hernia surgery and was initially seeking twenty million dollars per year cloudy tells Houston's fox twenty six television he'd love to come back to the Emerald City hello sailor I love love everybody everybody on on the the coaching coaching staff staff when when I I went went to to the the bad bad man man a a novel novel or or some some out out of of anything anything having having ideological ideological down down hello hello Ross Ross hello hello other football teams like Tennessee and Philadelphia have more salary cap space to pursue Clowney
Turning Ideas into ML Powered Products with Emmanuel Ameisen
"All right everyone. I'm on the line with Emmanuel Amazing. Emmanuel is a machine learning engineer at Stripe Emmanuel. Welcome finally I should say to the Podcasts how are you my friend? Having I'm great how are you? I'm doing well? I'm doing well so manual and I have known each other for at least a couple of years. Now maybe more We met when you were at insight Responsible for the insight Data Science A. I pro- program official responsibility because I've also I've interviewed Ross On the show as well with insight. Yeah what was your official role there. So I had a real very similar to to Ross's Ross was equivalent in New York. This is leading the program there so we have Surf professional education programmes fellowships in many different domain stay science St Engineering And we have one in Ai. And so was leading that one And so usually we start these interviews by having folks share a little bit about their journey. Why don't you tell us How you got to stripe and perhaps more importantly how you got to being a published author congratulations and happy to so I started off. I think like many people in this field my passion for started with Geoff Hinton's coarser our classes way back in the day I feel like for most people. It's either Jefferson Andrew. Inga started T- manager here nothing against Jeff and then after I I started my career my push clear data signs at a start up in the bay area which got acquired by Zipcar later. I spent two years there and actually after that I joined insight so after having been a data scientist I joined a role that was much more about like professional education mentorship And so for a couple of years at inside I mentored In aggregate it was over a hundred fellows that were appeased isn't engineers dot went to transition And get a job in the field of machine learning so that was amazing Through my work there I learned a lot about what it takes. The transition where it takes to build successful projects A lot of that is in the in the book. You mentioned. After a couple of years there I went to go back towards something more More of a nice zero for me. More of an individual contributor and silent at Stripe Because it sort of had the perfect. Blend of what? I was looking for an enroll. Which has it blends very heavy at challenging machine learning with Sir very heavy engineering requirements Which I think is where the field is going in general and so. I wanted to do more of that. We haven't mentioned the title of the book yet but it is building machine learning powered applications going from idea to product. When did the book become available? The book became available last week. Nice Nice and so I have one of the first copies of it right here in my hand and it was signed by you. Thank you very much so the book he has got this this Subtitle going from idea to product. Is it a conceptual book technical book? Yeah that's a good question. The title comes from yet. The desired scope of the book so the desired scope is really to to give tools to share and data scientists To go from sort of either at PM has an idea or you have an idea to you. Have something in production that is actually Being used by real people and it's it's a bit of a blend of conceptual technical. It is technical in the sense that there are many code examples. There is a set of notebooks. That company The book and there's actually an entire prototype application that we build together through the book and at the end of the book he can just it has Haribo. You can go and tried out But it's also conceptual sense that a lot of these topics are more about how you frame problems than just like copying code off of stack overflow and so there's sort of interviews with data science leaders that have sort of thing. There's an entire section about data ethics. And how you think about shipping models and when you should and shouldn't and sits a bit of a hybrid book in that sense Nice Nice. I flipped through it and Awesome of my favorite folks in here. Monica Righetti and Rob Munro and. Yes we know some of the same people. Yeah yeah small world one of the things that I noticed and I haven't gone through him in a lot of detail mentioned to you that I literally just got this out of the mail. Room here But the structure of the book is that you develop a sample application as you mentioned and the sample APP is predictive text. How did you pick that up for context? Yeah that was first of all. That's a really good question because that was one of the parts that I went over the most times and just changed my aunt my mind very many times about which applications should be the running example and if. I had a conversation with Monica regatta where I pitched her on one of my initial ideas and she told me it was a terrible idea. I should definitely not wasn't I wanted to do something that was like it would listen to pull lake politicians speeches and then compare with how they vote and tell you whether like what they were saying in their speeches of aligned with how they were. Actually Voting Rights Act Checker. Kind of thing. Yeah like some sort of automatic facts. I would have been timely. You're right it would have been timely. That's what I was thinking but it would also been pretty hard the recociliation of what's what's true and what's not true very quickly gets into the realm of opinion and if you add the membership learning model to the nuanced world view. It's definitely one of those examples of abstract. Could do more harm than good. And so Mike talked me off the ledge on that one. But we're so many of our other ideas well. I consider doing initially computerization examples because those are always more striking to be newer folks to feel like it's a an image is a very powerful example but orients exactly but I felt like they were sort of overused and most analysts are serves some sort of like computer vision thing nowadays so something different and I went to do tabular data because that's what I think what most people do in their day to day effort for most companies But I felt like there. There was less room for a standalone product. They're like bring your own tabular. Data has less less than a bring your own writing. Sign up settling on an L. P. A. And then I I. I wanted to do something. That was Most AMMO products aren't just one model like they're not just like you have a model that solves your use case perfectly And then you just chip. It usually a combination of surf. She risks and rules and models and engineering work and so I wanted to probably that reflects that and when I was thinking of products that did that today. Serve Writing And assisting people to write better is a crude example of that where you have. You can check grammar. That's just rules or you can check for vocabulary of her things and then you can also help them improve their style. And that's more something that you can learn with them out so it was a nice blend that Sir reflects what happens in the real world. So does that mean that somewhere in this book there are lots of rexes now. We've we've chosen not to go down that path but there could be The book starts with very simple instead of regular expressions. It's simple word counts. How many advocates are you using are using and a little too much that sort of stuff? And so what's the overall kind of path a structure through the buck and kind of more importantly? What does it say about the way that you you think folks need to approach these kinds of projects? The book is broadly separated into four stages. I think generally make sense for for most products and I think a lot of people focused on training models. And then you talk to experienced data scientists and you hear a ninety. Five percent of the job is looking at the data and shipping the model number early training model And so so this book purposely sort of almost ignores training models just assumes that you can figure that part out with knee really good courses around And so the four approaches are sort of or parts are going from whatever your goal is your product. You know your company's doing what you want to do To it an M. L. Approach into a plan for that approach because I think at insight and Kirk seems as many projects fail just because it's the wrong approach and if you had just chosen a slightly different approach she'd been much better spot. The second step is building your your. Mvp At something that was definitely D'Amato insight and insight applied very well serve encouraging people to start extremely simple and builds a full project before they go diving down the rabbit hole research. The third part is I think one of the ones where I sat down with the most fellows over my time and insight which is like. How'd you debugged models More often if your model is either not working or if it's working but the performance isn't sufficient. How do you know what you should do? Next how can you take a deep dive into what your models doing what your data looks like to actually decide what you do at your next iteration cycle and in the fourth step is sort of like deployment monitoring and the concerns that come with Showing the real world model a model to the real world
"ross ross" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Years doctors surpassed Jim Gorka where did that hour ago it's crazy and I haven't taken any cold but Ross is back in Louisville Kentucky line three Ross welcome back to America first dear doctor gourd I am doing splendidly right you know I believe are called in several times of the first call and explained that I was a Democrat I remember I remember still I am still pro labor I am going to vote for trump this time I can use you said you're still a Democrat but you're going to vote for president trump yeah that's what I kind of like to explain because a lot of the people that I know like like I think I just heard the lady had a lot of good things to say but it was something like Democrats are not pro capitalism I know hundreds of Democrats better pro capitalism and Ross Ross Ross Ross Ross she said the Democrat polity has become anti capitalist right like a see a burn the lives Warren and they've said I mean I played the audio last week where else he says these companies that the CEOs they stole their billions I mean she's not talking about Democrats because Democrats make look if if you all of the old school Democrat you built America right the the working class of people in the factories they built America so careful Mercedes with talking about what the policy has become and I think that's the reason you're voting for president trump right well yeah the parties changed you you didn't leave the party the party left you didn't it you know it it's funny as well two days ago in Pensacola Florida I have the same discussion and that's exactly what I said those people there and again this morning where Louisville about I am a Democrat and I'm proud to be a Democrat but I'm just waiting for the Democrat party to come back to me right so who are you talking to Pensacola was a fellow Democrats was a discussion about well actually were Democrats and they were saying well we're Democrat but there's so many Republicans down here we just don't talk to anybody and then I ran across another couple from north bend Indiana who were really proud that they were you don't have service and pretty much static the education along that area around Pensacola or go to sleep our route Republican or conservative thank you but they act like they're going to vote drop Ross do you have my book the war for America's soul you know I don't think I have that one but I will stay on the line because you deserve to get a signed copy of the will of America so keep doing what you do because your message is so crucial it's not the Democrats the door on the problem it's at the party the party a leak the congressmen and women the senators.
"ross ross" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"I do believe there are larger story arcs going on and we'll learn over time if I want to call it benefit of the doubt because that's saying something bad that might work out good but after title but like I said maybe I watched again that different things that stand out today well what was the context where someone talked about the day of the show I don't know if it was the analogy said or I don't think Jerry said it but it was either in the video world later on in hyping the match when the announcers doctor like that one of the downsides odi is on matchday parking have been at a meeting and he won't be able to be as focused in my mind is mushy enough to remember exactly who said and what the context was that they're they're playing into that and so I mean again it wasn't the thing that jumped out the most today but you know I I hear I M Jeff MGM said he wants to show the world that him leaving the other places Tao's Ross Ross in the video said when Jericho gets to Baltimore he has to wrestle one man whereas cody a studio with meetings that day so that was throwing in there as sort of a tonight the live in xt show kept my attention comparisons aws watching aws replay so here's somebody who kind of like open he was open to be won over by either an annex t this week happened to be I was imagining in my head when I talked about people scouting your your your your home base as a very dr sneaking around with them with a mask on four people laughing maniacally in real life like under appreciate thing it's very it's very I appreciate a good maniacal after as well yes humans have been shaving.
"ross ross" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And I told you this before I got a few websites when I get up in the morning. Let me just scans. He what's happened. Few things overnight. Locally nationally. By the way. Good look over it to UNC with those yearbook photos floating around. To answer your question. Ross Ross is so is this going to be the metoo of twenty nine thousand nine I don't know that it has enough steam to. To travel that far. But I think it's going to be a thing for a while. Going to be a thing for a while. So, you know, just keep you updated there, and that was what from nineteen seventy nine. Three dudes dressed as clan members one in black face and a hanging happening via a chandelier yet. I don't wanna be partisan. But I heard from an anonymous source. Yes, the person in black face in that UNC yearbook photo was Cooper, don't say. Source who was at the mass producer, correct? That's yeah. Oh, that's your opinion. So take that for what it's worth don't. Listen to him could be recouped. He's joking by the way. I don't need that. Plus, you don't want to steal anymore. Cats from you. No, that's not a good look over there. I have a question. Well, unanimous got chewed up on baseless accusations. So one of the one of the sites I go by his USA today. Just because they'll update a lot of content overnight. Although I do usually try to secondary source their stuff, I'm telling you. I don't ever since the founder that paper died here few years ago. It a decidedly different editorial approach. But one of the things you've been highlighting stuff. Fascinates me are old timey big coal cases. And I'll watch one of those shows on from a documentary standpoint, I'll watch that. And so they're highlighting uncaught what they think we're serial killers. Right. And so they highlighted a serial killer.
"ross ross" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"So I'm looking around me. And I'm watching all these kids pretend to wash their arms and their hair and all this other stuff kit starts crying one guy. Crying in the professor goes what why why are you crying? And he goes, I cry in the shower, I got shampoo and my. I get my I'm crying. And I'm like, you could tell this kid was crying because he could cry those actors like there's always like, I can cry on cue, isn't this amazing? No, it's not. So anyways, the professor was just like, okay. Okay. And then just kept breezing by people asking them what they were doing. I wasn't doing anything. And he goes why I don't understand. Why why aren't you doing anything participating? And I was like man, I really didn't come here for this. Like, look, my parents were paying a lot of money for the school shithead. No. I just I didn't understand it. And so no he stops the class. And he goes good good. What's your name? And I was like Ross and he goes Ross Ross Ross Patterson. He goes Ross Patterson is probably be the only one who's gonna book a real job in film or in television. Here is if you ever showed up to warm up in an audition room like a fucking asshole. And this literally everyone showed up to warm up. Anywhere like a fucking asshole like doing a shower routine or something like that. You're not gonna fuck and make and it was just that set the precedent and the tone for day one. And I think everybody hated me after that. And what was I positively reinforce doing shit? Like why you do it to this day true? So, but here's the thing. And so here's what it taught me like going through that school and all that shit. And like he was a hard us like that every single day. He never let up and he was relentless and he would make you ought to do the same performances and ship. And then afterwards he would tell the kids to vote allowed on who. Did the best was It was great. great. Training for when I got to Los Angeles. Because like it's so fucking cut throat that you have to weed out all of this stupid shit. So I get to Los Angeles. One of my first big auditions was for show, Boston public, and I'd like to show David Kelly. It was awesome. And I ended up like screen tests and getting really close at the end it was down to like maybe five or six of us for for the role. And I remember walking in there. And there was a kid like over rehearsing lines like out loud, you know, like acting it out like super like the kid who was getting shampoo. And I was like all of the rest of us were looking at this kid like fuck this guy. And you knew that guy wasn't going to get it. And sure enough he didn't like you can't do shit like that either. You can you can do it keep it to yourself. And that's kind of what it is and move on about your day or you can't I didn't. But you know, who did was. The guy who played my best friend in the new guy. Black is was Avery great actors in like he's now like a professional commercial actor he makes more money than he ever could make movies. He's an every gigantic commercial. He's probably been in eight nine Super Bowl ads. Mitch's just crushing it life. But he actually booked over me. And we talked about it later on the set of the new guys like that fucking dude who came in and he was just like Christ because he'd been in the business longer than I had obviously it was one of my first editions. And he goes man every time I see a motherfucker like that. You just want to tell them just to get out of the just go, just go home. It's never going to happen. Where you did that at home, right? Yeah. And that's it for any other job interview. Can you imagine? No. But I think we need more instructors and more people like that in the world..
"ross ross" Discussed on AWS Podcast
"And so the ability to spawn advanced simulation was a really important part that Roger and his team worked on. So you can tremendously accelerate that let's dive into that Raja because the concept of digital twin? Right. So custer. That them. So I mean, I think I'm going to talk about simulation. I yeah. It's incredibly important. What are the projects? I've seen that's using Ross right now his are actually preparing to put a robot on the space station. You can't test the space station here on earth have to build a simulation that actually has zero point one gravity and actually test your application and robot there and then getting there's hundreds of circumstances thousands. They have to prepare for tested a robot to make sure they're not going to endanger the lives of the astronauts on the space station. So again simulation is sometimes the only way you're going to be able to accomplish this have confidence your application is going to work rep Mander all possible conditions. Most companies don't have access to that kind of compute power where they do. They only needed every quarter. This is ideal application for cloud. So tell us about the developer experience made if ever there was something that's kinda built for builders. This is gonna to be the service, and it's and I'm going to get gift to give us some insight soon about the hands on heated with the service and. But tell us what as as a person who wants to get into our botox, etc. Use it on industrial scout. What does the service main? What what do you do? Yeah. And this this actually starts with why the value of Ross Ross has been actually used by the academic community and startups and and robots that are actually in production. And so it was a result. The ecosystem has thousands of developers contributed to it. And so if I wanted to build a robotic application, I have a particular sensor in mind, or particular actuator that's actually going to move my robot auditorium gonna find a software package that's in the ecosystem, but I can borrow to start with my robot and robot developers are ruthless in terms of actually reusing. And then later questioning if they might use a better part. So that's why Ross was so important is that developers can take advantage of the Seco system and then focus all of their work on the unique code. They need to write that unique behavior of the robot which is going to make it special. So again tapping into that ecosystem and contributing back to it as well. So again, the developer experience to get this back to where..
"ross ross" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And she goes, so captain, it looks like they're having fun. And he goes have now got that. I have no God damn idea. No way. What did he say? Yeah. Something like it was really funny to be. And I wrote it down wrong. Probably because I was laughing something like that. So anyway, then captain Louis comes up with a new idea, which is that the guests are going to stay there. Hang out, and they'll call van the vans gonna transport the guests from the beach to the other beach, the docs, whatever it'll be all fix everything's. It'd be fine. So the is gonna come back guess are gonna stay except keta cetera. So so that's all fixed. But in the meantime, the lady who fell over I mean, she's this person to be a little bit of victim anyway. But in this case, you really is one because she got dropped on cement on a luxury charter, and she's like, I mean, he didn't even apologize to me. And I'm like, it's kind of funny that she wants an apology, but maybe I would too if like his own the reaction was do you need a second. Like really bothered me. Yeah. He's gonna find a way to blame that on like Riley your silently. Maybe of Riley had gone ahead and dried off that stone. We wouldn't be in this issue. So in Kate goes, I don't know if you've noticed, but the bout left to live here now. They've left them to do all the work and already yelling at Riley back the vote. He's like Riley spin bags that are sopping wet need to dry out here. I didn't know we're doing that. I'd feel like that's common sense. Because maybe I don't have any document. Yeah. Yeah. Give kids like Kate to my Sienna K to my Sienna. Are you guys gonna be sending a taxi or do jobs? I and I have to fashion one out of coconuts and palm FRANZ. Okay. Do we have to everything we have to create the local transportation to Hedy because we can't do it? Just don't want to. I'll cook a Hulu dancer if I have to. Yeah. Meanwhile, Chandler just in his room sipping coffee just Jansen a little bit while like Kate inches. I are packing up everything waiting for their taxi that that I'm assuming Chandler supposed to call for them. Then Riley's complaining to Ross Ross Ross's like all yet Bodet listen roll, some Senate Riley, Dan because she's on nights do with what you want done. I am. Like great. You're supposed to lead are actually. So you're not on to take a break. So captain lease like, all right. Caroline. You seem unfazed for one second must be a full moon. So while we have this moment of lack of frazzle or as I like to call it L A waf-. Could you make some cocktails for this group because I'm sure they've had a terrible time because Chandler was in control. So mixon just makes them very simple drinks for them. So she goes downstairs to pour into glasses, and she's googling. Does you notice that you going glasses per second? Just for like, oh trying to look something up on her phone. I know and then they so the guests are coming back on their little rescue boat. And captain Lee says well sorry about this whole rigmarole with the taxes and stuff, but it was all in the interest of safety safety number one just to glass breaking the editors are like so on top of this shit interests. Eighty cut to broken glass in Carolina like. Oh my God. And they can't win the mongo's. We had a blast and Bolivia goes I got dropped. And he said that means you are carried and not down successfully. This is the second day of me not doing very well. And Caroline tries to radio the captain. But for once the captain doesn't have his buds in or whatever and captain captains of broken glass. I need a moment. Going get it. But no one hears this, then for master Pearson is like. King. And I. What we? Walking walking. I would have seen that for my dishes. But my wife's the real rock star here. Go ahead. Honey. Anyway, I like watching at home cigarette drinks and brandy honor this whole too. Threshing? This is what we've come to. This is finally the origin story of my hit song. But reveal twenty years later classic anti of the moms like, it's okay master Pearson. It's just a battle blown the captain's like have a hell of that even happen..
"ross ross" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"A core part of your everyday work is to seek that empathy but i think some of the ways that people in technology companies lose their way is they they stay focused on this original constituency they understood when they built the initial service and they just like relentlessly think about how it positively impacts that groups life and they don't think about the broader community and i think it sounds like there's a little bit of that in ross's story right he's so wed to his libertarian ideals that he didn't stop to think about what the real consequences were on the edges and i think that that is you completely right i mean that is the the moment for him i think is in in the court room when preston bridges and looked were pressing was not the only kid that died on the website but as a result of the website but his parents show up and tell the story and ross ross says i never meant for any of this to happen and you know he he hasn't necessarily ever apologized i mean maybe he did in the court in roundabout way in the closing statements and so on but but since then is still in still trying to get a retrial and and appealing to the supreme court right now but but there i think that was the first moment that he had that moment that you just mentioned with the guy who says oh there were people that were ffected by this and i think that i guess you know it's interesting i actually have a question for you in this regard.
"ross ross" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Ross ross patterson not doing well lots of that a lot of that a lot of blurry photos from inside the sports book this slice just a slice of silence just a slicer to slice and silence i think that's what i might have to name this episode is a slice silence another weekend apart yeah yeah i i want to talk about how shitty the internet is too by the way i don't know if you know that offset from the migos got got hurt in a bad car accident right there was a there was a guy who helped him get out of his car and all of this shit's and the good samaritan guy's name was jim moore helped him get outta the car safely and waited for the ambulance and all that shit to get there offset it asked him hey man why were you just happen to be walking by this you know time of day and all of this shit whatever and the guy replied he goes oh 'cause i can't afford a car so i walked to work every day and offset bottom core as a gift yeah instead do thank you so much you save my life i'm on believably grateful to you your story of walking to work every day is inspiring here's a car so we bought him a nissan altima right and the internet a lot of people in the internet were like you you mother fucker you should have bought a mercedes or some pinto.
Trump says China trade talks progressing 'nicely' but hints at trouble
"The wall street journal and others reported earlier this month at comcast had sixty billion dollars to challenge disney comcast said wednesday it's in the advanced stages of preparing its bid and it said the structure in terms of its offer would be at least as favourable as disney's china's governments pledging to work seriously with washington ahead of an upcoming visit by us commerce secretary wilbur ross ross will be heading to beijing to work on resolving trade dispute between the two countries in a statement the commerce ministry said china welcomes imports of high quality and competitive american products the us and china have reported progress after high level talks last week aimed at bringing down america's massive trade deficit with beijing but they gave no indication how much progress they've made toward ending the dispute over us complaints about market access and technology policy welcome to total wine and more i challenge you wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some way if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat sure try this cabernet sauvignon my this is how this world.
"ross ross" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK
"Ross ross ross ross graduate of warrior week twenty two and then inside of the game for three years and graduate of warri week thirty eight weeks and certified trainer just this past november one of one of one of only few certified trainer that's right like i think at this point the only fifteen guys so here's the deal bro like ever since i got to know you since week twenty two ever since i got to know you is been a pretty good looking decent guy you know what i mean so like wrestling good looking guy decent guy fucking beast inside right smashes any fuck and physical mental business challenge whatever i've seen you smashing smashing smashing and smashing and smashing the beaches insight yet yet on the outside there's this gentleman smile kind nice guy right so this is that the this is the rust that have no now ross evolved ever since three years ago like that version that snapshot of it just became twenty thirty times in my night that that you were let's say twenty times right because you can say you're twenty times stronger you almost may twenty times more money than than what used to make your relationship is twenty times more solidified your connection and your spiritual side is actually feeding your health rate so.
"ross ross" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I sold it for two hundred seventy six thousand well good for you good for you my friend well i it's good but i work my butt off to earn that money yeah let me tell you i work all that house for six years straight but but seventy eight thousand dollars does not go near as far as anybody would think nobody really nice to have i don't think anyone here would be upset if they had seventy five thousand dollars in their checking your savings account dan i know you're a big fm star on the river that's that's seventy five k that's i feel very comfortable having seventy five thousand dollars at my disposal russ in gainesville come here a minute and i'm gonna talk to russ walker the program how are you my friend that's ross ross ross with somebody you don't normally i would say a million dollars because if you have a million dollars you can say i am a millionaire i know a guy his father hit by lightning or something so life insurance so this guy gets a million dollars and he's broke spend on their years he does he spent the money you're on stupid things and he's only been in somebody's garage now so apparently if you're stupid you can spend a million dollars you can be smart and students read but i mean if if if if you inherit a million bucks i mean you need to find someone to help you invest that and you can't blow through a million bucks like that that's crazy cray cray russ what's going on everything don't know man this girl we're not getting along as well as i don't find it married men don't get married yet yeah i i agree with you now if you want take your next date to snack box bistro and doorbell russ they got good layout and food there can you give me something in or i will we'll work on that we'll have the staff work on that rush no listen russia's the unofficial fourth member fifth member of the mark arum show.
"ross ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"As of their votes for voice from orissa there do we have any he says he was swayed by the speech tyrants we have any reason why james ended up going for meriva instead of ross that is genuinely the biggest mystery to me i thought for sure he would have been somebody that when in thinking he would be voting from orissa and would have changed it because of the speeches because morris of basically said i don't think i deserve to win over ross ross probably deserves to win over me that was basically her answer titians question and she really did give probably the worst funneled to jury questioning performance of all time considering the fact that she wasn't put on the defensive at all i think when you're putting the defensive it's very easy to give a poor performance she had all the jury wanted to vote for her and she still with screwing up really bad pipe apparently something she said or may be something ross said changed james nine i have to imagine it was moross than miroslava i think also the fact that james was all about being honest and playing a game with integrity and all that stuff and that was really what she hammered home was that she was all about integrity in keeping our word and being honest in ross is all about pivoting to whatever the situation called for so i think that definitely add something to do with it if he was trying to vote for someone who played a game most similar to him in his mind throughout one i thought was was weird abroad do you think that is there any way was james where ross was tight with brandy is it possible that that could have been anti brandy to vote against ross no i don't know i mean james so was a bit of an enigma for me all season long i mean here times he was a little do she in a times he was totally adorable i don't really know how to read him in terms of his motivations there i didn't hear anything and marissa's speech if you can call it is for each just one giant run on sentence would have changed his vote i mean ross may have said something it he may have been turned off by ross's.
"ross ross" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Let's talk about brandy who seems to be on her way out we were high on her lad this time last week because it was already in brandy i think we've kind of come to realize that ari was probably the stronger in the pair brandy seems to have laid down a bit and just kind of been like all right it's fine her loyalty to ross has really hurt her a lot um so i'm going to sell on brandy she is the most likely to go home this week what do you think muslim yep i agree unfortunately sell brandy and i don't i don't know if icier making it through this week or i guess not a week i guess making it through this next eviction cycle and that she wins veto an so yeah unfortunately i just said i don't really see our winning yeah i i'm not sure either bought i'm going to buy and the reason i'm going to rise because it's just been in the course of the season where louis the intended target it it doesn't work at like you think it's going to i feel like i'm rose is going to go out this cycle i think nothing brain is gonna ultimately be saved somehow she wins that are gets taken down and i think marks probably gonna make a mistake here and put a bomb orosa so if that's true rabies arrives in her final to deal with ross is still on and i think that she would also benefit from the sort of choice because they feel like the person at the end is most likely to win a final five whatever re take a person through the end challenges ross considering that he is as noted in a room has tied shannon for competition wins on the season and if that's true and he's also big fan and if that's true than i feel like you'll say granic's i agree i think that's what how brandy wins is rosalind ross ross takes are thinking he can beat her because they have this final two and then i do think she beats ross bites i think if she has the option she probably takes ari and loses jari ms though it's is one of those interesting situations where she can has to lose that final hih.
"ross ross" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"As soon as you are in washington the final durrani to beat i'm so excited i have one was nephew's did grow and so nauseous the yet thought the job losses one aged each omarosa is completely missing this is definitely the unexpected i would like to see it come down to ross and shannon that's what i think i love ross ross's entertaining was he go on dressed as the baby no that was james mattis is is ross on the bad facelift oh no ross is the one that was on jay leno yes the it that's how i got introduced out loved them yeah and he has booked and everything he's horrible yes so delighted him so if it if it gets the onto him and shannon i would be okay with that but ross did decided to nominate nominate two people for a victory can and here they are so sad i've nominated you omarosa and you kisha i don't think it's a big surprise people come here and say if not personal and it it is not personal us if big brother 'to have trouble i'm not it a law long gop we got it can i can i do it or do you wanna know saved that if the took in april uh thank you once you wanna had out and i'll say it's everybody all know i'm going with a but you cooked up okay i mean it when i say it's not personnel okay is just big brother this nomination ceremony is adjourned so i did you have a to catch weather he was on to their alliance between those two keisha and.
"ross ross" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Screen one was i misdirection play where to site in dot wait often in the red zone and one was the rolling pocket we're stefan dates was laid off and so the numbers there were a little bit misleading he's doing enough the vikings when game that that that ross ross's just phenomenally how so wait a minute your telling us that digs uh the best research on that team not anymore but things also called the dnc is one of the better factors in the league and this is why keno has been effective because they can adjust the passes there are always wait open they created after the catch and kinda it off their land he's he's made lien inconsistent he's not very good but they have gire darius race to have like those loyd to have a bunch of 100 days so they can use in different roles but with peeling and digs they can both do everything like alana's he was just talk about building a complimentary we'll see if i receiver group they wanted to be congress one of a deep deep guys you one of them because they can go in and then digs they've got to do everything that i have to worry about walkabout wrote their call for a walk ruled the rapidly what did you say about rudolf yeah uh was very good rudolfensis assistant that he blasphemed against my beloved kyle rude adam you're on with qian fay go ahead hey key here in um i hear you uh compare tie rods ciller a lot to alex smith but i'm interested in you hearing you compare him to russell wilson because it seems that they have a very similar skillset uh uh i don't think they're similar at all reopen they they were wrong similarly but i like we have a tendency to compare quarterbacks.
"ross ross" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But as far as thanks for the call i really do appreciate it let's continue iran is in oakland in iran which manama man good afternoon people are you all dumped today it's good we are done great thank you why i don't know it's just a lock scott ross ross's going the browns are i mean i've been a big fan of scar froth used a quarterback there they were averaging four thousand yards rushing with the trip wild and i wouldn't be surprised if there is a better job to opens up do take out big tennessee you've that much better option but i wouldn't be surprised scott frost ended up anywhere else he isn't the state of florida he's recruiting never know better job open i don't think they're the nebraska is a la i called we're sixteen of campau we should be fourteen and twelve cents will greer's been suspected and i have not seen any improvement in this program two thousand km it's been claimed that the first year are charlie wife the off everything else and this coach with higher next off to you he hasn't been able to fix anything i said i was going to shut up after the vanderbilt gang watch you but in here a run i think the next two games are critical from a fan prescribe gang paul coach there may not know know you way scenic a washed anm couple with georgia and i do think fans are going to be really beside themselves i think jill stein though ron is still gets a pass for the rest of this year i don't think this athletic departments looking at hand with nine players suspended and everything that's gone on there this is not going to say that we had a deal will year three with you here we're now what you hear from ron you're going to hear from a lotta people totally i ain't heard it that's that's your michael anything has done i respect your are now greatly lamps talking out of is have we love you work for gather for colorado and today.
"ross ross" Discussed on WRVA
"People email me you realize that right that's his crazy adds that article that ross ross who sharing it was at last week right where warren buffett is actually behind of the cartels yet warm warren buffett's right in the cartels is is insane as american police are really just an entity that they serve capitalism and they serve white supremacy in then you obviously have no fundamental understanding of i'd i'd america i guess my guys you run in a business sir you don't you don't have to like capitalism in in all of its in all of its forms there's a pretty ugly parts of it and it's parts that are manipulated by very powerful people people with a lot of money i don't disagree with that eurosocialists dude or something i don't know what you are in fact you seem even further beyond that you seem like somebody who probably shied de once the government to run all of these businesses so why are you running it let's nationalize the the you'll bro pad their well it's a good thing that you know police in people in the military never worked out kasese he's loose loosen in money you know which is an important when you're running a business is it all about money really speaking of the ugly side of capitalism ross wants to make a profit is that what i'm hearing well you know i got a family i don't care support them now no strings down there about that's the white supremacy part garba families all white isn't it you got me yeah i did a big it i can't i can't help it if you're a big it there's nothing i can do so unfortunately i guess she writes her we just checked in his whole families white ross wife their son was lilley lilley wide they don't even need sheets i you know i didn't wanna do this story yesterday because i'm like why why am i going to give this guy any air time but i thought and we're here he's in atlanta be and hateful have fun with that seven sixteen here on the kc o'day a radio program you will be chipped you gotta get chipped just a matter of time that is the position of researchers.