29 Burst results for "Rubik"
Death Stranding Directors Cut Details
"Deaths. Trainings director cut is packed. With a ton of new content enhanced gameplay features we are introducing new more weapons. Ah let me try this all again. I'm asking water. Kevin asked patrick about his colors. So what's going on with your colors. Seen a lot of browns tans creams. It's pretty for the desert collected. Just keep that sand motif going. Am i want to understand all of the. Yeah but also the photo above us blue. You have some blue hints. I liked that blue on your at the beautiful composition credit to my wife. Yeah risk good job. This is what rubik's cube green and the blue. You know that you see in that all right back board the playstation blog now than have coffee mouth death straightening director's cut his packed. With a ton of new content enhanced gameplay features we introducing more weapons equipment vehicles a variety of new modes missions and areas to explore expanded storylines and enhancements to the ui. We will also be adding new online features including friend. Play leaderboards more news on that coming soon. Then he talked a little bit more. So i'm jumping around. But for starters the content that we're introducing to death straining director's cut was all built and developed from the ground up following the launch of the original death stranding everything from the firing range area to the additional missions to the all new fragile circuit racing mode be aim was introduced new content that would further expand the world with in-depth stranding while enhancing the core gameplay experience. The new content isn't simply bolted on. Either it's been carefully woven into the core game experience and will be made available through discovery as you play. Most of the new content is fairly easy to find though there are some bits and pieces. That will take some time to find. Lock although i can't go into too much detail about the new missions and extended storyline at this point. What i can share is that a few hints. Haven't added the latest trailer. We've released to give a few clues as to where you can as to what you can expect.
The Israeli Election: What Just Happened and What Comes Next
"Israel's fourth election is behind us. What does that mean. A new prime minister. An old one a fifth election in other words. What made this election different from all other elections here to break down the results is alison kaplan summer a journalist with aretz and a panelist on the promise podcast alison welcome to the show. Hi how are you good. Good so you posted a reminder earlier this week that the definition of insanity doing something over and over again and expecting different results so did. Israel's fourth election produce a different result. No it did not actually. So i guess that makes us officially clinically insane. The fourth election and We now have about more than ninety. Eight percent of our votes counted appears to be another political deadlock in which nobody can really figure out how someone is going to assemble. This mosaic or. Maybe it's like a rubik's cube of hardy's into an actual ruling government coalition. Well were there any new developments. The headline of the election is that the fate of the nation seems to be in the hands of a conservative arab islamist dentist named mansour abbas who is the head of the islamic united arab list who decided to do something very radical selection and break away from the joint arab list run independently and basically say publicly before and after the election that he is going to be willing to join or work with any israeli government coalition that serves the arab sector in terms of giving it enough funding in terms of getting it enough resources and that's really Revolutionary in israeli politics and again with the jewish society jewish political parties deadlocked. It looks like his four seats. It looks like he's headed towards having four seats in this election. Could tip the balance either towards allowing prime minister benjamin netanyahu to have a ruling government coalition or allowing the group of parties that oppose netanyahu to form a coalition in both cases on both sides is going to be very difficult. Delicate some say impossible negotiation.
"rubik" Discussed on The Coaches Corner
"So what i wanted to ask you challenge you with leave with you is. I'm sure you have some goals. Some targets some beautiful things you want to create in two thousand twenty one. I know you do or human nature just wants to expand evolve create. It's our nature to do it to want it to create things but have we really asked ourselves that question of who they have to be. And if i know for many. They're very poor decision. Makers the big decisions consume them killing crush them and if we can make decisions and go all in decide which means to cut off all other options if we can't decide then we're always in and out kind of a and b a little plan b. Half in half out and nothing happens. Here's a really big one. Who would have to be around. Money would be a relationship with money because if you want to build the business but you're terrified of investing you're watching the money and it's just like consuming you you're going to be an employee gets paid every two weeks for a false sense of security so we have to overcome that beautiful Marketing and sales many refused to jump into that. Well i don. I don't know i don't. I don't want to become a marketer. We're all marketers. Every human being is kids are marketers. We have to embrace that and understand that our message in order for it to get us to get it out. We must embrace and fall in love with marketing. And even if it's not you who's gonna do it. We have to still be very open to it and find someone else who can sales. Same thing you'll be in business you've got you've got embrace sales full stop. So who do you have to be in order to create that vision. Recreate those goals manifest those dreams. Those desires things that you want the life you wanna live. Who would you have to be spent a day on this. I tried to do this every week. Who do i have to be. There's our outcome. there's goal. Who do i have to be. How would i have to show up. What do i have to feel how. I have to think how they process information. What conclusions would it come to. What would be my process through that super powerful the most powerful thing you can do and really hope we don't just skim over this and just be like yeah cool. Whatever its that important. And if you don't believe me try it. Watch what happens with that said. I hope you have an epic twenty twenty one. Everything you want comes to you you create it you create the life you want the business you want the clients you want you become a master manifester have to be who you have to be. Who do you have to be. How do you feel how do you think. And that's twenty twenty one epic. Www dot lucas rubik's dot com for absolutely anything else. If we can help you create in any way any capacity at any level do not hesitate to reach out to us. Www dot dot com and with that said appreciate you. And i'll see you in the next episode all right so as always wanna finish off. The episode was saying thank you for listening. These episodes are one hundred percent free in dedicated to helping build your coaching business. Because they're clydes out there just waiting for you to read some waiting for you to give them a result so do not give up on your three. Never give up on your business again. These episodes or one percent free. All i ask in return say give it a thumbs up. Give it away. Give it a little bit of love in the comments reviews sharing with one or two coaches who you know could use help building their coaching businesses. That's it i'm done. Thank you for listening. And i'll see you on the next episode..
Free Yourself From Conflict
"Thanks for joining today's Webinar, an optimal outcomes are host. Today is the founder and CEO. Alignment Strategies Group the near based consulting firm that advises CEOS in their executive teams on how to optimize organizational health and growth. She's the author of optimal outcomes for yourself from conflict at work at home in life, which was selected as the Financial Times Book of the month Jennifer is A. A keynote speaker at fortune, five hundred companies public institutions in innovative fast-growing startups, where she inspires audiences of all kinds including those Google Harvard in tax, and in her popular course at university, a former counter-terrorism research fellow with the US Department of Homeland Security, she is a graduate of Tufts. University and holds a PhD in social organizational psychology from Columbia. Please welcome Dr Jennifer Goldman wetzlar. These are trying times that we're in. We are in the midst right now. Two months into the global pandemic. Of Corona virus and we're facing a big tough global problem. The likes of which most of us have never seen in our lifetimes. I've spent my career studying and working with incredibly tough problems, none on this scale, but tough problems nonetheless. Typically the tougher the problem, the more likely it is to capture my interest, and the more likely I am to be helpful. This has been true for me since I was A. So I didn't want to solve just one or two sides of the Rubik's Cube I wanted to solve all six sides while Hula hooping. and. That's why today we're going to be talking about a tough problem of type of problem conflict. That comes back. No matter how many times you people have tried to resolve it. Will be talking about recurring conflicts. And what to do when your efforts to resolve those conflicts fail. So in a minute I'm going to be asking you to think of a conflict situation. You know about that. You can apply your situation well, so you can apply these practices to that situation. But I. WanNa give you an introduction to this work. In Nineteen, seventy, three one of my mentors, Dr Morton Deutsch widely considered father of conflict resolution, wrote a book called the resolution of conflict and in it he detailed research that he and his colleagues had done, which basically showed that conflict lead to more conflict and cooperation leads to more cooperation. When I learned that all I can think was well if that's true, how do we get out of this conflict loop? And how do we get on to the cooperation loop? Well I've now spent the last thirteen years trying to answer those questions and the answers are in the book that I've written optimal outcomes that we're talking about today. My research began with a fellowship from the US Department of Homeland Security in two thousand and two, and since then in my role as CEO and founder of Alignment Strategies Group I've worked with. Leaders. All kinds of different organizations from innovative fast-growing startups to Fortune five hundred companies to academic institutions to global nonprofits. And what I've done is helped them by using the optimal outcomes method to address the most challenging situations that they have faced. And I'd like to bring some of that work here for you today, so I'll be talking about a specific clans situation throughout today's Webinar. But I also want this presentation to be highly relevant to you so I'd like to take a moment now to ask you to think of a situation that you know about. It could be one from your own life, or it could be one that you're helping other people with, or it could be one that you know about simply from watching the news. And I'd like to ask you to answer two questions. What who first of all you're thinking about a conflict situation, but it may be one that you don't even necessarily think about as quote unquote conflict. It may be something that simply recurs over and over again. No matter how many times you or other people have tried to resolve, it could be the daily fight with your spouse about the dishes in the sink, or it could be how to track down that colleague. That's always been hard to reach a now that you're working remotely is even more difficult to find. Get the answers that you meet, or it could be about politics and elections in presidential elections, and how to have conversations about those without getting caught in a cycle of frustration with friends and colleagues and family.
What To Do When Things Go Wrong
"Today's topic. I WanNa talk about when things go wrong in what to do so a lot of questions come in and say of course a lot of my podcasts slash castles positive Rebecca. Good things on all the rest of it end of had loved. Come through and say that's a good at obviously. I've had some great lock. Things have gone. But what do I do when things go wrong so Great thing for me to address had to give it some thought To make sure that have lighted at In a way that people can understand in under the ten minutes. But I'm so he's he's a bit of a process of Guthrie when things have gone wrong in the past and of course it always talk about the journey. Not a destination and distancing is all about vision and dumb. Obviously the journey is all about planning and being able to pivot and as we know in lost. The journey doesn't always go smoothly. Halley ever will always go smoothly. I'm guys lately with probably pushing had enough. So he's a good way to be prepared or what? I've done When things have gone wrong what do I do? The first thing is always expressed problems. But I don't Miss my Tampa now that's how Said that's easier said than done but what I've always tried to do is keep the emotion away from the problem in a good way to do that is to get a piece of paper and pen and actually clearly articulate the problem. Surat the part of the problem down on a piece of paper. I'm really hurting. The actual problem is I'm a talk about putting some stocks. Not Fines CITRONEN. Do this quite early is always the best thing what best expressed the problem and the best way to express the problem clearly without losing tempa is to actually get a piece of paper and a pin and write down what you believed. The problem is in. It'll become clear the second thing is. I like to talk things. I'd like to talk to obviously confidants. Close friends advisers elected. Talk to my wife has been obviously my best advisor and closest advisor to me but what I make sure do is that I'd done drag them into the line of fire talking to someone and getting clarity and dumb. Asking for clarity is a completely different thing than boding with mark problem or dragging them into the problem because I find that if you drag them into the problem. You're actually getting the clarity that you're seeking but rather talking to the people around you Than I understand it. Then you've clearly articulated what the problem is number two guys with number one. They obviously express your problem. But then talk to the people closely. Rangoon if they can yom. You've clearly identified with the problem is I'll be able to clean understand it but be very surely dragging them into it. And of course we've been calling on the other side of that in the past week. Let other people dragged into problems so. Make sure that we don't do that. Get Opinions on solutions but Darnold of decisions for you and that's something that happens. A lot is obviously we want to get the pains of on solutions. But sometimes they're expecting people to make decisions for us. And that's something that I was got against is elected opinions. Unclogged often. Said people feel remind. Choose what would you do if I was in your shoes but I would do but I don't expect people to make the decisions for me They're not in a position he doesn't know what you know and obviously looking at a different set of eyes is good and helpful but not saying what you're saying so it's great to the opinions on solutions from others or what they would do but don't expect them let them make the decision for you. Number four is try to solve the problems. But don't beat yourself up if you can't. I always talk about how you doing the best that you came at the time that it's happening with the resources that you have to always trying solve the problem. That's of course what we're trying to but as much as we sometimes trying to solve the problem is complex solve that it doesn't mean that there's no answering it doesn't mean that we beat us up. It means that we keep spinning that Rubik's cube until we can fold find the best solution but a good way to to benchmark. This is. Am I doing this. I can't at the time that it's happening. The resources that I have number five is meet the issue head on. But don't dwell on it so you need to tackle the issues again. Talk about putting on spots not fine the ability to try and find that there's a problem or an issue straightaway or deal with the STRETO. He's always going to be better than letting it fester but again. Don't dwell on a find in the work of enduring Dr Spencer keeps talking about mind and heart coherence and that the buddy wants to take to the Pasta. The mind needs to take you to the future If you dwell on it you're going to be reading the Pasta and we don't want that you need to meet the issues head on Dwell on them forever. You need to get into that in-space of food thinking you need to conquer that problem in the move on you need to be living in the future so the body thinks you've achieved that right now and that's where you right in the spice number six is give you social spice from the problem. If you need to figure it out but don't run away from it so whilst money yourself some spice schmunity working on it rather than in it but don't run away from it at times of saying that people have a problem. We get significant rather than working on it. They separate themselves completely and then never actually put that faraway output that far APPs and festers infested it becomes a raging blazing off you at times. You're going to need some spice from the problem to figure it out but you don't run from it. It needs to be sold because it won't be solved on time and number seven is taking seriously when things go wrong but that gets enjoy yourself and I said it's a lot is Cobb Life is a journey and the destination is will be left with memories. And that's why I talk about. Life is measured in moments whether it's personal professional or family loss is measured in moments and we need to make sure that whilst problems a serious in Kane become seriously deal with them we got to remember to have some fun and celebrate the wings in celebrating the wings is something that I find is very very important and a lot of people. Forget that Tom's because if not celebrating the winds than at Brian is always burning in an area that is about what's next. What's next and we not getting that? Brian adherence. We need that. Brian Hubka here. We need to make sure with constantly celebrating. A wins appreciating where we are where we've come from and what we need to do to get better so as a city might Tonight or haven't had a lot of problems. A lot of things go wrong but have had things go wrong in the seven things on outline the things that I've done that along the way to try and help me get through the problem. Of course everybody has different personality. Everybody deals with things differently. This is not a second. This is my view. This is what's worked for me You take these seven steps and add your own or I mean. Some of them will will change into the white suit. Indicates that getting the result it's all about getting to that distant action whilst we might take a different journey. I'm such a recap march seven wiser expression problems. But don't do business egotistical emotional to control that ten bucks number to talk to your friends get their opinions but done drag them into the line of fire number three get opinions on solutions but make sure that no one else was making the decision by yourself. Number four is try to solve the problems but dumpy yourself up. If you can't number I you doing the best we can at the time that tiffany with the resources that you have a five. His tackled as issues head on. But don't dwell on them forever number six yourself some spicy if you need it but don't run away from the problem. He wants so self and number seven finally is whilst you need to take them seriously. Don't forget to have some fun. We need to have fun and as I said. Lock is measuring moment so to the listeners of sending messages about how? I DEAL WITH PROBLEMS OF WEXFORD POEMS. Bamdad sentenced to help you again. It's my perspective tight. Those many light them change them pennant. Pipe Asia Best Friend. Done at the sixty and seventy thousand votes. Got Three Room where you need to be. Get that Brian and hot coherence. So that we're operating in the future but conscience about the president right now. Don't let that pass tycoon. Take you back into the negative member mistake to there for us to learn and not mistakes unless we were paying two three times so when something's going wrong tackle it hit on be prepared in go out and beat. The bishop can be until next time. You've been listening to food. Bella and this is flash house by PAYDAY.
Chris Voss and Paula Faris on Negotiation
"I'm interviewing Chris Voss. He's the former lead hostage negotiator for the FBI. You have no idea how intimidating it is to interview someone who's made a career out of breaking people without those people know we met. He's breaking them. Chris is a phenomenal negotiator. And he tells us that we're in three to seven negotiations every single day. So where do you begin in negotiation? And is this something that everyone's born to do also before we dig into this episode. I want to let you know that Chris Voss will be live with us on Maith at the G. less next event series also joining us is going to be summit faculty favorite and Harvard's difficult conversations expert. Sheila Heen so stick around to the end of the episode to find out more about that upcoming event but without further ado. Here's my conversation with Chris. Hello everyone welcome to the G. L. S. podcast and I'm your host Paula. Farris and I am very excited to welcome. This week's guest the one and only Chris Voss who spent twenty four years with the FBI was the FBI's chief international hostage negotiator. He's got just a few credits under his belt. Chris Welcome to the podcast very much and I before she did that. Introduction when she said she was a host I was gonna say I was. I'm the comedic sidekick. Do you need to have comedy skills for negotiation or is that just a bonus you develop them you have developed them By the way we do have a live audience. They're eating lunch with us right now at the summit. It's great to have all of you in the room as well. So let's get you our conversation. I learned so much from our conversation at the Summit Day to everyone needs to learn the art of negotiation because life is a negotiation. We're in five to seven negotiations every day. We don't know it. Exactly anytime essense starts out with. I want I need I like. I'd like negotiation. I would like a Tall coca-cola right now. That's a negotiation is always implementation involved there like we talked about this morning. I'd like a cup of coffee from starbucks. You never know what you're going to get might be DECAF. So where does one begin in an election? You begin here in the other side out first and then they may need a little bit of a prompt based on the situation. You may need to let them know that you see things from your point of view A recent negotiation I was in. I needed directions. I'm lost on campus at UCLA in a parking ramp. And I know that if I go the wrong way. I'm never going to find my way out so I gotta find most likely. Who Am. I GONNA see maintenance guy or security guard is the same way I get. I find the best restaurant in an airport. Who YOU'RE GONNA predictably run into and what's the first thing that's going to go through the mind. See A maintenance guy he sees museum and he sees me speed up headed in his direction. He's not an idiot. He knows I'm lost. He knows what I speed up and had his direction that I'm GonNa ask for directions. Saint hopefully not run him over and hopefully not run them over. So what's the first thing goes through his mind? First thing going through his mind is it's not my job to give directions if some idiot is lost in parking ramp so I pull up and I roll down a window and I go. Hey I'm sorry it is not your job to give directions to some idiot is lost parking ramp because what do you need when you need? I'm here for this big conference. Now I know he knows exactly where it is but if I don't lead with that what's his perspective if I just say hey dude I need directions is go ahead and I'll ask you say I don't know because how am I going to say. Oh yes you do. But instead what's in his head I articulate. He says I know exactly where you need to go. Make a right a right. Go up the ramp. You're there it's it's that simple. Let the other person now that you see from their perspective right off the bat and you'll get talking instead of putting them on the defensive right away. You're like I understand that I understand but you welcome them. You're listening to them and you're hearing them understand two millimeter shift is you don't say I understand. Because actually they don't know that you do so you show them offensive. When when my husband tells me I when he says I understand. I'm like no you don't understand and I don't understand you but I just want you to hear me out. I just want you to listen to me when we're trying to people we ask them. When was the last time somebody looked at you and said I understand and then you would also thank God? 'cause we're used to I understand is shorthand for shut up. I WANNA talk. You know every for everyone in this room everybody listening. Everyone can learn the skills of negotiating correct. You believe that. Everybody's got it in them. Everybody was born with a certain amount of emotional intelligence. And it's there it's kind of unlimited unlimited limitless so versus your Iq. You're accused like you're you're you're only going to get so tall you're only going to get you can't raise req- you got a limit on it no matter. How many times did you play with a Rubik's cube or play Jenga? Those Games are accuse got hard ceiling your cue on the other hand. You can continue to raise that as long as you can make
Edward Snowden And Mass Surveillance At the start of this decade
"A federal judge ruled that proceeds from Edward Jones Memoir permanent record to be paid to the US this government because he violated the terms of his employment contract with the US government in publishing the book. You clearly don't follow me on twitter. You're GONNA love this. I wrote real quickly on twitter. There's so many it's with someone. Summarize twitter perfectly as does not pay. I know I wrote espionage a bitch and I know you don't like it when I used that word and so many people weighed in against against me and it's inspired me and as you to learn more about Edward Stone because a lot of people who unless they're bought as far as I know the Russian show is trying to gain my trust but who seem thoughtful weighed in and said you got this wrong. Edward Snowden is a patriot. It's there's much great podcasts. You could read the book. I'm sending you the the book I am sending you the book I'm going to learn more about Edward Snowden. That's your Christmas present. The free book I got from it again here. We go again and going to give it to me an intermission at cats right anyway. So what I'm GONNA we're going out here. We can't Handy Randy. Who Might Not Randy? Were coming to your show. All right. So Edward Snowden you think he should not be paid for the for the money to go to government because he violated the terms of his employment contract. That's what thank you will be going to be more measured here. I need to learn more about Edward Snowden because a lot of people that I respect said turn got it. Got It wrong on this one. So I'm going to try and learn. Learn more about how a guy decides to state secrets. Shove a thumb drive up his ass and moved to China and Russia's a hero so I'm going to try to understand how that makes my hero but anyways anyways and I'm sure the Russians anything cube there was no shoving with the thumb drive. I'm sorry there was a Rubik's cube that he took in and out so there you have it
Fed Jumps Into Market to Push Down Rates, a First Since the Financial Crisis
"Story dealers all bracing for another blast of cash from the fed today off it jumped into money market for the first time in over a decade more from Bloomberg start Christmas. early Tuesday morning a stunning jump in short term rates pointed to a scarcity of cash in the financial system the knock on effects at the fed's key fed funds rate to the operative it's targeted range a two and a quarter percent a move if unchecked could push a range of borrowing costs higher so the New York fed added liquidity by buying more than fifty three billion in securities and then like Tuesday the fed said it will do it again and conduct a second repo operation with as much as seventy five billion available I'm dead prisoner Bloomberg daybreak Europe now traders scrambled for clues as to what she calls the unexpected spike in the repo market but a senior Blackstone group executive says it's not a sign of a systemic problem that will affect the economy Tony James hopefully by that he believes the fed has the tools to solve these short term problems he doesn't see a ripple through to the economy the rates by close very scary but it's only overnight so that the actual cost of the system is not high as more of a concern to dealers is our technical it's a technical problem very short term that the defense addressing no tidy James added that he wasn't surprised that the fed stepped in to ensure stability will be well double line CEO Jeffrey complex as the spike in the repair rate may prompt the feds to expand its balance sheet he cools is a way of baby stepping to more clearly on the fed's repo operations come of course is policy makers meet to consider another cut to the fed funds rate Rubik's Michael McKee has that preview it's not so much what they do as what they plan to do next a twenty five basis point rate cut is baked into the decision but is that the last of eight mid cycle correction as chairman Jay Powell put it in July or do trade in geo political uncertainty mean more cuts are likely it's a communication challenge for Powell get it wrong and yields and the dollar may rise offsetting the fed's easy one more issue does the fed need to change its balance sheet strategy given the backup in repo rates this week. in Washington Michael McKee Bloomberg
University of California-developed AI taught itself to solve a Rubik's Cube in one second
"Researchers from university California have created an artificial intelligence system capable of solving the Rubik's cube in a fraction of a second the system is deep reinforcement learning algorithm names deep cube Hey and it does not need to be provided with any specific information on the cube or in game coaching to beat the puzzle it learns on its own thank god that was not available during war games or we might have had actual nuclear war but to the credit of the Whopper machine in the movie the best option for nuclear war is not to play
"rubik" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"You like has been Brexit itself. It's simply impossible to deliver the promises that were made in twenty sixteen is just not possible to leave the EU and for the country to benefit it does us harm on the international stage. It does those in terms of whether we can negotiate trade deals or not and it does to a market access. Ruled kind of just in time manufacturing we do in this country. So really, it was always going to get to a point where the reality of Brexit was going to kind of take hold, and I think that's why we're in a strong position right now. What do you think the chances are of a second vote that once again votes Brexit? I think it's going to be a fight to secure the fates. I think if we secure the votes, we know the path to winning crucially, we learned a lot from the two thousand sixteen campaign, and what went wrong there. And I think also will be some very careful scrutiny of the kind of campaigning that will be allowed following the revelations about Cambridge Letica and the misspend of the leave campaign and the potential Russian interference. I. I think that means that our parliaments, and our electoral commission will be very clear about what's allowed, and what's not. And there'll be a lot more scrutiny on that side, which will help. And I think we'll say we need to be bold enough to put the arguments as to why even if Europe isn't perfect actually, we derive huge benefits from being part of that block, not only economically. But also in terms of our rights, and our opportunities and opportunities to work and travel live and love abroad, and we have to be a lot more positive about that campaign. If when it hopefully comes are you taking into account the possibility that your countrymen will vote again against Brexit. And will you accept the results of they do? I think that if we go to vote we use the term final say, and it really feels like it needs to close the issue for a generation. I mean, of course, people will always have their beliefs and people will not necessarily stop campaigning. But it feels like this is a conclusion of a several year process in which we have learned for the first time what it would mean to leave, and we have to go through that and talk to people around the country about what it would mean to stay or to go. And for that for the country to come some kind of national resolution around that whichever way it goes. So I believe it would have to be fairly conclusive, and I would probably down tools myself and not necessarily campaign to get straight back in. If we were to lose we're coming on the holidays will you be heading to Yorkshire. I think I will. It's all a little bit up in the air because of Brexit. But yes, it looks like I'll be an east Yorkshire. But I haven't told my mom yet saw better give her a ring. What's it like for you going home? Do you feel like you're in an endless debate? Is it still an active argument, or do you feel like you're seeing more people who are more open to hearing your position people didn't massively bring it up because I didn't see people that often. I don't exactly want to go in there for the chat. But I've got a few leave a friends that liked to have the conversation when I'm there. I'm so I'll always talk about it. But I kind of don't want to foist it on people. And it's quite nice for me just to catch up with ordinary lives, don't revolve around customs, unions and backstops. Oh, who's thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you. First person is produced by Dan Ephron edited. By rob sacks with help this week from Penn Solloway, I'm Sarah wild, man. And I've been your host. Panoply.
"rubik" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"But yet we knew that she would lose by anything from fifty to one hundred dates so on the one hand, the political logic screamed will surely she won't do that because she'll lose enormously. But then the message is right up to, you know, ten o'clock that morning were that she was going to go ahead. And so with so little time we were preparing for that vote to happen. And we thought well, maybe she's defied so many laws of political gravity. She thinks she can defy another one and have a huge defeats and come comeback again. But in the end, political gravity had not gone upside down, and she was convinced that she would lose by big majority as the rest of those and she decided to pull the Vate. But she's now we of the never less credibility than ever. And she's currently doing the rounds of Europe trying to get a concession to come back next week and say, look, it's all different. Now. Let me ask you a logistics question about this for Britain. How are you financed? We are financed by the great British public who are fantastic at giving for this. 'cause we have money from high net worth individuals. We've. We had different foundations give us money, but really a quarter of our money. I think has come from crowd funding and during the election last year, for example, we were really proud to be the biggest political crowd funder in British history. We've raised four hundred thirteen thousand pounds and spent that within the period of time, I knew that for your US listeners. That's a small amount of money when it comes to campaign, finance, but lose a very different here on the limits. Much harsher? So we've done a mixture really of seeking support from people of means, but it will say crowd funding from people across the country. You did get a rather large contribution from open society, and George Soros which has drawn criticism because there are those who say that that amounts to foreign intervention political intervention. How do you respond to that and say that it's been about a quarter of our money this year from George Soros, and we're extremely grateful for the contribution and proud also of that contribution towards aping up the debate here and making sure that we have a full democratic debates on all the options available to people than so spreading the awareness about what we can actually do as a country is really not controversial in something. That's been absolutely necessary to make sure that the people of this country know, what their options, are you said that when you started the campaign the chances of a second vote were very very small. And now they're almost fifty percent. What are? You think changed? Yeah. I mean when I first started I kind of put the chances at five percent. But I always knew the by summer of twenty eighteen things would start to change. Now, we've been working very hard partners have been working very hard to some amazing campaigns out there, lots of great people working really hard on this. But as well as those efforts have to save our biggest attribute if.
"rubik" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"My neat mega-trends brings together experts from around the world and some of Oppenheimer funds. Most successful insiders to discuss the trends. There are shaping the global economy because globalization is making our world smaller and more connected than ever before a typical American consumer can use electronic from Asia where clothing made in Europe and drink Colombian coffee, and yet many Americans only invest in companies based in the United States, those are world filled with opportunity. That's what mega trends is about. Subscribe to. Mega-trends wherever you find your podcasts. So you are you that a second vote is the democratic thing to do. But critics are saying the opposite. They're saying you're arguing for referendum because you weren't happy with the results. Explain how you feel it. It's more democratic to hold a second vote. I think the truth is that the country has changed its mind. The will of the people was a famous headline used by the Daily Mail in 2017 same. We've got to respect the will of the people. It might have even been twenty sixteen after the vets, and the Brexit is don't really use expression anymore. They talk about respecting the result of the referendum. And that's because the will of the people has shifted, and it's shifted pretty enormously. We've done polling for almost two years since we started and our latest big study showed a split of fifty six percent of the country wanting to stay in versus foot. Four percent. The wanted to leave. You governor has just put out a poll this week. It shows a sixty two percent to thirty eight percent majority for people wanting to stay in. And by the way, we also ask people whether they want to have a final say on the deal, whether they want the people to have a final say and two thirds of the country want to have a final say. So when you looking at this situation with palm in gridlock with no particular majority for a single form of Brexit and the country is shifting in Jerusalem was wanting to stay in you have to ask yourself. How could it be democratic to actually steam ahead in that situation? And of course, I have we have at best for Britain, a particular point of view, but this would be a fair way to decide it, and we could it's not impossible. But the other side would win, of course. But this seems to be the only way to get out of the gridlock. So if there is no suck in vote. What would the political? Situation. Look like. If there is no second date I fail to see how any particular Brexit can gather a majority within parliament at this stage. There was a point at which a softer Brexit. I kind of no way solution was gaining a little bit of attention. But people understand that one of the reasons to ease amaze deal is so unpopular is that it makes us a rule taker on various aspects of the economy, so it means goods are capital. Our financial markets the freedom of movement of people all of those laws would be decided dictated by twenty-seven other countries. I just the idea that that's in any way, a feasible option for a sovereign huge country. Like, the UK is absolute fantasy were you surprised? The Theresa May didn't hold. The vote. I mean, we'd been told so many times that she was going ahead..
"rubik" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"The so called. Away model being the EA the benefits are that you at least don't completely undermine you economy. You only lose a few percentage points of GDP, but is nine tiredly friction as trade. But of course, the negative is for country that apparently voted take back control you then submitting yourself to rules made by twenty seven countries. The other kind of Brexit is a much hotter breaks it while you leave the economic stretches the EU, so you can negotiate you trade deals, but actually that does severe economic calm to the tune of seven eight ten percent and in some areas, it's the country. Ironically, the hardest areas and some of the poorest areas that would be up to fourteen points of the local GDP, and that's the hard Brexit. If you were to come up to March twenty nine without a deal. Well, I. I don't think we'll get that far because our parliament, wait, let it happen. There are many many response, but I'm peas who understand the danger of getting a new deal situation. And I think the political pressure on the government would now be absolutely unbelievable. And it would be unimaginable for the government to simply sale us over that eleven pm on the twenty ninth of March deadline with no deal and one of the other things that happened. This week was the routing of the European quotes Justice, which confirmed what we will kind of new, but it's good to get it confirmed legally that actually we have the absolute right is a nation to revoke article fifty to withdraw the letter that sparked the negotiations if we want to so we don't have to go ahead with Brexit if we don't want. So if it got to the twenty eighth of March or even the morning of the twenty ninth. I'm we had up suit, you know. Oh deal. The parliament was in chaos. Sure. The government could choose to go over the line. An absolutely go off that cliff and wreak absolutely enormous self harmed the economy into families across this country. But they could also Rivera, Costco, fifty and I find it absolutely inconceivable that parliament would move to pressure the government to do that. In fact. There would be moves to remove the government. If it was going to make that threat. I'm sure, but how would they do it in a democratic fashion? I mean, how would they couldn't they unilaterally decide who would say it's March twenty nine eleven AM rather than eleven PM. We're counseling article fifty who who would be able to say that the government would be able to say that. I mean, I've just painted a very extreme scenario. I don't think we'll get that far. I think that what's happening right now as more and more colleagues in the parliament have understood that there is simply no majority for the government deal as Theresa May herself acknowledged yesterday by withdrawing the votes, that's why you're seeing in the press and on the TV and in the media, there's more Muthu now of what we've been campaigning full since earlier this year, which is to put it back to the people. Things are changing across the globe. Shifting demographics new economic policies. Exponential innovation and a good investor knows. This means big opportunities beyond our borders, mega-trends explorers, an explains those opportunities hosted by author and hedge fund specialist..
"rubik" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"She was passionate about representing her constituents in Yorkshire, and she was had been a mate of mine for years and actually on the day. She was killed. We were just about to set off to go and spend the weekend with her and many other friends when we got the news that she'd been attacked, and you just mentioned that it was just a few days before the Brexit vote passed. So where were you when Brexit past and and what went through your mind? Well, the day before we'd done a tribute to to Joe say that had kind of occupied my time in my head space right up to the twenty second. So I wasn't engaged in the actual. Terendak campaign. I I thought that we would be close, but I like many people I thought we would just scrape it. But that it would be okay. And then I stayed with a friend that night. And I watched the news went to bed. It was too early to cool exactly where it was going. I went to bed extremely early because I was quite emotionally exhausted. And I wake up at three AM, and I looked to where the votes were and leave were about eight hundred thousand votes ahead. And I just thought oh, my God, you know, they count the city's first the rural areas are hardened take longer to count and say back gap is only going to widen as it did. And so the writing was on the wall, and then I wake up about seven in the morning, and it was confirmed, and I remember watching the news and seeing Nigel Farraj, and these kind of group of skinhead thugs around him, all these braying men all white sort of a certain age. I just thought that's not our country. Our country's so much richer than that so much more diverse and those voices that show so loudly don't represent everybody, and so much fear has been the heart of all the campaigning. It's a real tragedy where we've ended up and it didn't have to be that way. Gina Miller who was one of the first campaigners as well about reconsidering the vote was met with huge amounts of personal racist. Vitriol for her campaign has that continued in have you seen personal attacks for looking into the democracy behind the Brexit vote yet, gene is a very brave campaign who's done amazing things to change. The course of our nation's history in the last couple of years and to give the opportunities for us all to campaign in this fights in terms of my own experience. I've certainly had. A few threats. It's not been something that has dogged me excessively, and I've sensed a shift. I think in the days when we started the campaign early in twenty seventeen there was a real sense among some in the media that it was in season anybody that would question the path. It was fair game to kind of cool them such names, NewsRadio emotive language, and it does seem to me that we've moved on a little bit from that. As the reality of Brexit has played out. And I think actually the media MP's the public understand Moore MU that it's just really hard to deliver. This thing called Brexit. It's like a rubik's cube. That can't be solved if you want to leave the EU, it will do a certain amount of harm to the country, and it's become clearer and. Clear to people and with his come more of an acceptance of challenging the very idea of whether we should go ahead on. What do you think the negotiation with the EU has been so difficult? I think for various reasons, I think the government could have tried to build a consensus in parliament for the kind of Brexit. It wanted to deliver before it even bolt on negotiations. But it did none of those things. And we actually didn't even have anything resembling a deal until July twenty eighteen more than a year after the negotiations were triggered. So I think the government has definitely made some missteps, but there's a lot of focus onto resume, and there's a lot of fake us on the government, and the kind of shambolic way that they've definitely handled things. But in a sense that detracts from the impossibility of Brexit, and the fact that actually it is a conundrum that is hard to solve if you want to leave the EU those two main ways you can do that you can remain completely tethered to a loss of the laws..
"rubik" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"As the March deadline for Britain to leave the European Union draws closer with no agreement in place. Some Brits have been discussing the idea of a second referendum on Brexit tender San without would mean, we spoke to L Louise Todd of the group best for Britain which opposes Brexit. Hello. Hi. Nice to meet you nice to meet you. So you're from Yorkshire you're from the north, and it was largely pro Brexit. What do you think the single biggest issue was driving the vote in the north from everything we've looked at and studied and just from fakest groups as well as conversations with people I grew up with and members of my family that basically to leave? It's clear that people voted to leave the EU for many, many, different reasons some of them indeed wanting to kick back this idea of of a very far away place creating lows that we would submit to but more often than not people will. Reacting against years of inequality is of lost opportunity, especially in the regions outside London. One of the curious things about UK is that despite being one of the global biggest economies that has never really spock's enough, Grayson development across every corner of the UK. I can remember growing up in east Yorkshire, and then going to Newcastle to university to study policies and learning in lecture that the UK was then the fourth biggest economy in the world. And I actually couldn't believe it. I remember that point thinking, well, the south and the southeast must be ready ready rich because I didn't see any of that in the place where I grew up and all the other cities, I visited in the north which was where I really knew the best. And so it's been like decades of not having enough Apache for every. In the country. And then we've it's led to a fate where people have kicked back for many, many, different reasons. Did you have family members who supported leave? I do I do and one of my best friends that I grew up with. I remember when I told a rim full, my mum's kitchen full of friends will having a glass of wine, and I said, I'm leaving my job which was big news because I've been at the one campaign for nine years and he loved it. And they said why and I said, well, I feel compelled to take up this offer that had little bit of the blue to keep the door open to staying in the EU if the deal we negotiate is not good enough. And there was a any silence fell and everybody looked each other. And then my friend said to me, I voted leave. What followed was a really lovely respectful conversation. Like viewed by lots of our friends in silence last what I'd be really interested to hear. Why an own of heavy Eason's bashful and foot full and she'd educated yourself by watching the debates on the TV she'd had a particular experience with the NHS a not being able to get quality care for her son. And the idea that, you know, the NHS's and the pressure is too many people we need to stop freedom of movement to make sure there's enough care for people in the UK so quite rational, but at the same time as a lot of learned since nobody knew just how many lies told during that campaign, and nobody could have foreseen that every single of Brexit would leave us poorer and would actually decimate. NHS? I'm one of the things that's happened since they vote in two thousand sixteen is the exodus of doctors, and nurses who are worried for that future. Those that come from the EU, and they prop up our entire health service. And so actually instead of being a boon to the NHS any form of Brexit threatens to undermine the very people in fabric of holds up that precious institution a non of that could have been known before that fates. How did you come to leave one which is the humanitarian campaign that was started by Bano some years ago? When it came to this position to stop best for Brayson. It was actually a friend from the one campaign who pulled me in the days after the UK referendum result..
What the heck can you do with 16 cameras on your phone? (The 3:59, Ep. 493)
"Today's three fifty nine is sponsored by player. Unknowns. Battleground mobile pudgy mobile is an on the go battle royale at its greatest with eyepopping graphics, super smooth gameplay and a variety of exciting play modes. Download the official mobile version of pub G four free go to your Android app store and type g mobile and collect a special reward using the promo code H. O L z X nine C code also listed in the episode description play now. Welcome to the tonight on Roger James. I'm out for dang. Remember what it was enough to have a single camera on your phone? Well, those days are long gone apple kicked off the two lens trend wa L G at three lenses to a phone this share Samson's posts add six guys see us ten next year. LG has of even more extreme sixteen lenses. Look at this. Configuration. Wow. What do you think it looks like Swiss cheese on the back of your phone? Sixteen cameras, right? That's got to be like at least eight times better than the iphone. I don't know if that's how the math works. But I mean, I look at it. And I just think you know, how like we've always talked about how there's a lack of innovation in phone s like forms like, you know, it's been this kind of like square screen for a really long time. And then I love that all these phone makers are basically just like, you know, what would we do to shake things up sixteen cameras? It's just more and more cameras until the full thing, it's a rubik's cube. Where each block is just a camera while we did Samsung did show off actually are is selling a phone with four camera lenses in the back. So it's not implausible than that. These camera makers are just trying to add more and more lenses. This is an interesting it's a four by four grid configuration. It's it's kind of done in a circular formation. So I guess it would be better for three d imagery. I wonder what like each lens would be doing. And so with dulas, you know, one is to capture the background in one four ground for a better bouquet affect. I'm very curious. So is this like one is for specifically like lighting one is four specifically like, no, I think it's it's to take sort of these multi perspective photos, or you can change the angle maybe moving around and come in a three D kind of affect way. I don't know. It's weird. It's crazy. But you know, what it industry that is kind of lacking in innovation six, maybe sixteen cameras is it. Yeah. Speaking of wearing crazy, Elon Musk today, basically mentioned that he there's a seventy percent chance that who moved to Mars. And a little bit weird and crazy center on axios on HBO on Sunday night. I mean, we we know about SpaceX we know about their whole like space exploration mission. I mean, he lost you musk on Mars. I mean, good. He should go to Mars. The big me as long as Twitter's on Mars. I think that'd be good for him. I mean, I don't know how the Tesla's there would work or us solar city. I don't know how much sunlight Mars gets. I don't know much about space. He was talking by sort of referencing the progress that SpaceX has been making on, you know, rocket technology and actually getting people to Mars spin a long-term gold his for while. He has this starship. I guess it was formerly known as the far and not been FOX ribbon. But apparently, it's gonna cost couple hundred thousand dollars snag a seat there. Either way just kind of a weird. I mean, what's the percentage that you would move to Mars premiums zero. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm going with zero. And pretty sure that's the case. Yeah. Okay. I mean, the less some sort of like zombie apocalypse hits earth. Right. There's not real reason to move to Mars. Yeah. You got a good place. Here real estate is looking very charming on the left side of Mars. Well, there you go. And you know, what the way real estate prices are going maybe Mars, maybe the w- the way to go or lastly, please check out our site for all of the many many cyber Monday deals. They're out there. We've just got wall to wall coverage on some investors out there. Dave casper in particular has a great feature on some of the best TV's. We've got some deals on intendo. Switch bundles controllers educating no Friday cited ni-, I looked at stuff. But I've been following the rule that if I were not looking for it originally, I'm not really saving money. That's a good rule to have. I think I caught onto red dead presumption to cut a deal with that. And if you're looking for that, so yes makes sense. But yes, check on our site. That's all for now. This coverage Chickasaw CNN Roger Chan, I'm offering listening.
"rubik" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"So there are forty stations where they call it, the kids and these kids, you are eligible say in the three by three, you come up there and you do five solves and they take the average up those five solves and you move onto the next round. If you're if you're good enough, what's interesting is that is how quickly the records have have gone down in time. To qualify for nationals. You had to do three by threes and Sesto one. Everybody recognizes as rubik's cube. You had to solve it in thirty seconds or less that got you into national if you wanted to come to nationals. And so I think six hundred and some kids came in animals and competed in three by three and twenty seconds used to be like four minute mile impact. But years ago book was written about risk. You. Called cracking the cube and Shuffler. Yeah. I was trying to crack the twenty second that was good chunk of his booklets. You know a a first person account of him working hard to try to craft that twenty second barrier. Well, twenty seconds would have been in top ten in the world as recently as two thousand four. These days, my son had a fifteen seconds solve and average. I think nineteen seconds and was by hundred or so at. So you have now hick. Yup. Now kids are. If your top ten, you are Searcy legit your top twenty yourself twenty which gets you a lot of credit well, but these kids are solving things. I mean, how much of that is a quick and that much of that is just that kids will invest tens of thousands of repetitions. Of of doing these cubes of solving these cubes. I mean, because the cubes themselves are there literally speed cubes, and there's lubricant and kids take on a part and make them more efficient. There's all science to to the to the equipment. Absolutely nobody. Nobody in that competition uses a rubik's brand cube rubik's says now in the last few years recognized that they are probably missing the boat that the reserves resurgence of cubing has to speed. And so they now have rubik's brands eat cubes, which are designed it to not be quite so clunky. As you'll rubik's cube, they have routed corners. For example, the inner workings are lot smoother, but nobody uses the rubik's cube. So there's all these other companies, design rubik's cube style cubes that are much faster and they are getting faster and faster and faster. Some of them have magnets in them that will sort of help when you twist facile sort of locking them into place, which you know. I think at some point they're gonna have to start dealing with what's legal and what's not legal. So a lot of it is, but also the the popularity of what's going on. The numbers are growing exponentially around the world because kids discover this on YouTube. And so now you have more kids doing it and more practicing and better equipment. You know the the three by three record is now four point, two, two. I don't know what it takes. At least twenty moves at minimum twenty moves to solve cube. Most Amax parks. You know, five second solves are already some moves for celsius Fassi's movement his hands. How fast can you do forty? Some moves. It's hard to imagine that record dropping a whole lot are than four seconds watching the kids do it. I mean, maybe you could describe the way this is set up. The cube is under sort of little cover, and then the competitor has a few seconds to study the layout, the mixed up land, right? Yep, that's exactly right. So everybody will have the same scramble as they call it so that it's even playing field, right?.
"rubik" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"We're back here with Ben Schwartz and speaking of Schwartz, we have someone who's last name rhymes with swertz. Oh, Phil shorts will be here. Oh, my goodness. Bill shorts. Sounds familiar. Sounds a little. I know. I don't know if I know the person we're going to interview them at exactly the same time. That's so mean to the guests. I think they'll, they'll enjoy. She just sitting around waiting to be on. I saw the there is the the was a puzzle master puzzle master. Yes, was just doing. I think, rubik's cube in the back is that a puzzle rubik's cube? You said it, so it sounded so great idea. Oh, go rubik's rubik's, Goldberg cube, rube Goldberg device, but it's a rubik's cube. So at the end of like a, I pour a glass of water. It hits the top hat that hits a rag breaks an omelette sets off a fire alarm fire alarm, like burn the rat dies. Is They they handle. handle. The go away aero suddenly it solves a rubik's cube, and then yes. And then the rabbit the dead rabbits solves a rubik's cube. I'm into this. Can we film it upside down yet? Can you. Dude, I guess we turned into like terrible radio DJ. I think we did meaning not very good at it where they've not graded it. Let's get to our next guests. They are. I mean, you know, in a way they have certain things in common because they're both trying to trick the audience in certain ways. Let's welcome to the show. Phil shorts the puzzle master. I'll, hey, and hip. Not. Oh the mesmerised. Oh, wow. Two totally different. Hi, it's so good to be here. Thanks for having me. Lovely to be here. I am also pleased. Oh, good. Wonderful. Zibo, very exciting. We're going to try to figure out your both of you guys is deals. Oh. Way to do it. Just ask them, ask them what their deals are. Okay. What's your deal. Not allowed to talk to us directly. Must you refused to go through your why? Because hip hip note. Hypnotise mesmerized MS ber. It's like different than hypnosis my friend, her name hypnotic. Oh, so well, that's my give it name. It has nothing. So why would change it? He's a hypnotist changed mesmerized of my family and I was named after my father hip Nado senior. What is his last name and your last name? My last name is Franklin and so is his. So the name has nothing to do with my occupation, my friends. You call yourself Franklin, the mesmerised. I am hypnotic. Oh, the MS Merced. I get why you don't ask people what they're deal is. All right. Now, what is your deal Phil? Well, my name's Phil in I design a word searches word searches. What does that mean? What do you mean? Jack and Jill magazine allows sure you can see my work highlights. That's right. Also just sort of downloadable PDF for teachers. You know, seasonal things. A lot of teachers like to end you'll know the Friday before maybe Halloween, fun. Seasonal Halloween is on a Thursday of next week. Okay, sure before. Yeah, Joe blow to seasonal word. Before you tell the teachers Hauer win. I just try to anticipate their needs and provide him. Sometimes I make word searches that could end unit like a book day, read like, oh, we read where the Redfern grows. Here's a word search to remember key thematically element or some of those words in the where the red furniture, yes, co dogs river intestines, death morning. Wow, wow. That's a huge word man. So that's bigger word. Sounds good morning. By the way, both of those things in one word search. That's a lot of 'em. Oh, isn't that tricky? Tricky, man. I'm respect. You'll craft off, but I do feel would searches and I will. Let's talk to you hit. No, for a second. Why do you fear word searches such is play tricks on the mind how so? I practiced the dark arts too low people into a state of mesmerizing nation and the dark arts.
Alex Trebek Talks About Leaving ‘Jeopardy!’ In 2020, Names Potential Successors
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"rubik" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"And then around this time so we have homer panicking this is real as we said real stakes so i really enjoyed that they let this moment like happened in linger but we get our first pop of i bet if they looked up stupid in the dictionary there'd be a picture of me and i love how homer is rated cute yeah i think it's kinda sweet here that marge is you know she's kind of reasoning with god in the way that one would when they're in a panic and and she's just like you know if you could keep the town from melting like i'll i'll try to be a better christian i'm not exactly sure how but you know oh i know and then on search you yes she'll if there's the next time there's a canned food drive i'll give the homeless something they'll actually like instead of old lima beans and pumpkin mix great we we get a nice appearance from a rubik cube i love a good rubik cube i must've blinked an missed well it's basically you're you get the flashback of homer during training that's right and he he didn't put his his main finger top wise is that what it is remember when marge is having to do the rubel cube during the anyway so you listening to me somebody that's going to be able to save your life and you just get you get a nice head of hair and at a distracted homer and then we get that nice little moment of him figuring out what button to push we get the bubble gum bubble gum and at dish you guys have a favorite of the counting rhyme says they were for too 'cause there was yeah i had a feeling i knew that about you we we we get another yuck when when we have bernstein it's like well i guess the only thing to do is kiss my sorry ask it by may i sir yeah maybe stepping it a little too far with the smith little hiring a burn sexual he's taking.
Justin Bieber to Portray Cupid, the God of Love and Attraction, in New Animated Movie
"Leib it or not justin vivere is developing a animated cupid movie in which he will star as the roman god of love and mischief so this is a movie that he's producing along in partnership with mythos studios which was co founded by his longtime use of talent manager manager skit o'brien and david mazel so this is a movie that will be is in development we don't really know any details about it except for that justin bieber will be voicing cupid hopefully the kind of silly to rubik version of cupid and not like a more serious version because i would probably only be on board with movie if we saw justin bieber trying to be you know as masculine and cool as he is in like what by voice while voicing this like silly naked baby i mean silly naked baby is basically what i think about my think about these brad do you have in thoughts about this story i mean justin bieber isn't really doing much for anybody anymore that's pretty that's pretty generally dismissive of you know i feel like the only thing that i feel like good can come out of this is you know maybe they can make good use of his you know big hits and like just keep repeating baby against since that's what it looks like i don't know that would be great all right yeah let's let's just forget that ever happened and move onto our next story something that i think we probably will ultimately wish never happened which is a willy wonka origin movie that one brothers has been developing for a little while and now a shortlist has come out that features a few actors who are supposedly on this list who might play a younger version of willy wonka brad tell us about this yeah so not too long ago we found out that there is a new willy wonka moving development that hadn't ten director paul king going to be at the helm of it's a project we've been hearing about four a.
"rubik" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"The there are a lot of locations that just wouldn't work because it would be the perfect location for this one scene but do we have enough scenes for the rest of that day that we can be there all day and part of the challenge of this movie is because it stars a kid is we only have a limited number of shooting hours in the day he's fifteen their child labor laws you can't film with your actors for thirteen hours so we are scheduling for an eight and a half hour day and also kids can't work past twelve thirty at night this movie high school basketball takes place at night a lot of night scenes it's it was summer in denver it doesn't get dark until eight thirty so then you're starting to schedule that splits meeting the first half of the day you're filming day scenes second half the day you're filming night scenes it's a whole lot of schedule rubik's to figure that out because you're not trying to do company moves you have short days this kid isn't every single scene of the movie and then you've got to get your daytime scenes done because it gets dark and now you've got the nighttime scene so you can't fall behind schedule and swap something from the second half of the day to the first half of the day so our first ad dan tag it's i don't know how many versions of the schedule he had to do i mean this was crazy and i was rewriting the script so he was getting new new pages all the time so prep is something where if you have enough time in prep.
"rubik" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I love that game it's the best description of anything the old school football bleep got it from the blake bleeps yes yes simon rubik's q next for there's nothing i don't solve a rubik's cube i can't solve it no i can't even solve one side of it yeah yeah i saw somebody on a on a subway doing it with his eyes closed and obviously doing it for my amusement i was blown away i didn't know if i tip them so mission accomplished what he was supposed to be you're going to buy a bunch of stuff from toys r us because they're having sales now honestly i have everything now and i think i'm responsible people come to my house and leave their kids over there opoly everywhere i love toys i love toys r us just you know again it'd have to be right next door lazy like that but to just walk through i'll after i'll that is some fun browsing i loved it so much as a kid and thing is the nearest toys r us was the one by kings plaza which was a huge one in like my momma drive me they're like maybe on the weekend and what i would do is i would save up my allowance like my pennies and i would buy new barbie clothes like every week barbies were always at the height of fashion excuse me the latest trends they had it going on i i was obsessed with toys r us i just i knew imagine looking at the new barbie closing rips are thing now gene can ever keep up the appearance and trying to tell you the the old style is going to come back told onto those not jerome is walking his dog and writing in again you can write in keeping a.
West Virginia governor signs bill to give striking teachers pay raise
"Week. Nine days state lawmakers were able to reach a deal with teachers. They're asking for raves. They were saying on. And with that vote, a conference committee of the West Virginia legislature agreed to a pay raise bill that many hope will send teachers and school service personnel back to work in West Virginia. The agreed to Bill giving those on strike a five percent raise but also extends another five percent raise to all state employees. Senate Republicans agreed to the measure after confirming the money to pay for the raises will come from budget cuts and not from projected revenue as the news was announced, a roar went up in the halls of the state capital with thousands of teachers have rallied in protest over the past nine days, Chris Lawrence, ABC News, Charleston West Virginia three weeks after the shooting at Marjorie Stillman Douglas High School in Portland Florida. The state's legislative body has passed a gun control bill that enables teachers and school employees to carry handguns something President Trump is praised ABC's Mark Remillod with more on what's in the bill, the vote of sixty seven four and fifty against reflected a mix of republican and democratic support among other things. The plan raises the minimum age to buy a rifle from eighteen to twenty one implements a waiting period on weapons sales and creates a program to arm teachers willing to undergo. Oh, training survivors of the Parkland shooting of and calling on lawmakers to act. They had previously voted down a plan to ban assault rifles Mark Remillard ABC News And a stark reminder of the horror of that day nine one wind what is your America? Gunshot One of the atmosphere. How many times. I don't know. In Park when I always It sounds like it's over toy high-schoolers. Courage Douglas We Broward County Sheriff's office has released the dramatic 911 calls from February 14th in Portland for the first time, the nine one one polls parents, dialing justice. They learned there was a shooting at school behind the back right now back the shock, What cloud. Then each hopefully she's gonna take back Hungary or shop was close to her. Yeah, In one poll you can you remote there talking to her child inside that school? Can he did he. One coal apparently coming from inside Stillman Douglas the caller speaking in hushed tones. It's been shot up. Are you at the school? And you are you at the school, Uh, the Broward Sheriff's also releasing new police transmissions? Oh, killed that part of the book won't be in a new time line. Deputy Scott Peterson arrived a little more than a minute after the first shot. And it took law enforcement eleven minutes and fifteen seconds to eventually enter the building ABC's Victor a kendo, The young investor, best known to the world as pharma Bureau for raising the price of a life-saving AIDS. Drug has been sentenced to prison. ABC's Aaron Katersky was at the sentencing hearing this week for Martin Skrilje judge dropped F bombs from the bench. As she quoted Martin squarely boasting about intimidating investors who he defrauded. She sentenced him to seven years but gave him credit for the six months. He has already served ever since he offered a bounty for all lock of Hillary Clinton's hair, Martin squarely wept as he spoke before, the judge begging for mercy and saying, he's only here because of his own disgraceful judgment times up for Toys-R-US six weeks after announcing it was closing three hundred eighty stores nationwide. The toy giant now says it. Might be liquidating all of its assets Toys R us has been struggling to dig out from a boatload of debt. They're dealing with the same Amazon effect struggling to stay competitive. Just like other retailers Toys R us was hoping that the holiday season would drive a turnaround. It turned out to be very weak. Unfortunately, they've already announced that are closing about twenty percent of their eight hundred stores. The company has this crucial decision ahead. One possibility is closing all of its US stores, and we've seen this play out before store closures mean job losses BBC's Chief business and economics Correspondent Rubik Giorbis Things are looking better for the nation's job market. US employers went on a hiring spree ABC's Cheri Aldinger with the numbers and what they mean low Labor Department says three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added last month The most since July of 2016 what you get paid though. That's another story. Wages only grew by zero point one percent but that's welcome. News for Wall Street TD Ameritrade s- J.J keen hand reason you saw the stock market. Rather than so off significantly is because the wage numbers looked to as a sign of inflation, and it could factor into the Fed's decision. The central bank meets next week Daria Albinger ABC News slippery. It's heavy, It's heavy, And it's wet. And it's dance marches rolling in like a lion for much of the country. A powerful nor'easter slammed the East Coast jumping more than afoot of snow in some areas ABC's accurate Keetch's in New York in the tri-state area alone more than half a million household without power in Morris Plains New Jersey were crews cutting down branches over the railroad tracks in New York. I 280 seven South look more like a parking lot. Lawrence James that out there for seven hours of despicable 300 was a traffic started MOViN. And and we came to another standstill in Westchester County residents and businesses still reeling from the last storm. Still no power in that same part of the country I ninety five was temporarily closed for two hours in both directions. After a power line came down across the highway. Reports coming out that a third nor'easter could roll through by early next week forecasters at this point saying, it's still too early to make that call. It seems ripped right off the pages of a spy thriller, an X Russian spy deliberately targetted with nerve agent in England ABC's chief foreign correspondent. Terry Moran is in London, new security camera video showing Sergei scrip all the former Russian army colonel who once spied for Britain shopping at a local store. But now scrip all and his daughter Yulia are fighting for their lives Scotland, Yard, confirming. It was a chemical weapons attack being treated as a major including evolving attempted murder, administration while the nerve agent authorities also confirming that one of the first police officers on the scene also contaminated investigators in has met suits scouring the town for clues retracing the victim steps last Sunday, They had lunch ETF's easy and Italian restaurant, and thirteen minutes later they're found collapsed on a nearby park bench scrip all was arrested in Moscow in two thousand six then sent to Britain in two. In ten in a spy swap at the time Vladimir Putin issued a chilling threat at the deal. It's loose traders, well, kicked up bucket trust me, he said With spring break around the corner, the State Department has issued a warning about a popular Mexican tourist destination after a ferry blast last month, The February 21st explosion that injured two dozen tourists aboard a ferry docked at Playa del Carmen was no accident. Former D-8 supervisor filled Jordan who now runs a private intelligence firm says the device was meant as a message to the boat's owner goal with our candidate, or we will continue bombing your business Saleh's area travel agent. Ashley. Trent says her clients have not cancelled trips to the Yucatan, but they have bought kidnapping and ransom insurance. Their fearful of Apple holds are not been watched ever asked whether he would go to Playa del Carmen right now fill Jordan says, absolutely not Jim Ryan, ABC News. If you watched the Oscars, you might be left wondering about those two words that best actress winner. Frances McDormand uttered at the end of her Oscar speech AB. Jason Nathanson got an explanation from the woman herself when she won best actress winner. Frances McDormand said she had two words inclusion, rider, backstage. She explained those two words which means that you can ask for and or demand at least fifty percent diversity in that, not only the casting, but also the crew vaxxers at the Oscars Jason Nathanson ABC News Hollywood I uh, thank thrives on We'll gentleman full telling me This is International Women's Day smart. It's cold display hashtag, press for progress, celebrating International Women's Day. When World news this week continues, Are you hiring joined the over three million businesses that use indeed.com for hiring? You can post a job in minutes and manager candidates from an easy to use dashboard buster next job on the world's number one job site indeed.com women across the globe
"rubik" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Deal that's not the case here or may be fear chain suffer me may be one in five but i keep looking at a bill and the fierce quickly going away a movie passes made update centrally it traxi less the up the hopefully stop the move yes watching drive the movies in where he go afterwards i think they were really interested in being able to offer you more stuff because they could do that so while you sit there watching a new movie every day for ten dollars per month will be cast movie pass collected a lot of information in the cia's own we watch how you drive home to the movies what we watch how you drive from home to the movies we watch where he go afterwards and this guy law the people upset and the people were complaining and saying hey way spying on me and turn he he should nope in his mouth now they had the lock it down a little bit hey a rubix robot sobbed a puzzle and point three eight seconds it was so fast that they had these us slowmotion cameras to catch at all and my son is a rubik's cube genius he give him one he dislike two and a half three minutes us knocked out clickclick like a click and my both of them are now getting really fast i'm in in give me a rubix cube is sit there for weeks on their we get solved.
"rubik" Discussed on The Canon
"Getting healthy in the tank i mean it's like oh yeah we seaman apart part of for perfect back i'm sure that works i mean they don't really explain it he's as in the tackling areas since one of those so we know ruthless on the bucks before we move on here at to lake their ebert said that the bugs in here are shown without having any civilization that he they treat them like pop up enemies like you're playing a video game he just does armies coming at you ios he's right is but ice because of things like those bugs turnaround to run and in the whole because of the slow revelation of there are better at its adapting than us they know what they're doing they have a civilization they have this brain they have a society there was structure that there is a sense in the movie that there's so much more to them that these humans are refusing to understand so the movie doesn't show it because the humans refused to notice it yes um you're absolutely right arm it's it's part of the propaganda side of the movie because there's there's the blatant propaganda the film which were the newsreels would you like to know more and then there's also like the fact that they're caught up in the room little so proper like of school and what not uh that they're unaware of what's right in front of them that they don't even bother to think wire why are outpost wise whisky outpost being attacked why are we even there what are they doing what is humankind doing in the anz directed neutral zone or whatever they call it yeah why are and doing that instead of just working on shooting down any asteroids that come out ef and then you know there's the moem when they're in the science class and the teacher a police rubik lenihan when she's like talking up how great the bugs are at their anatomy and saying they've been around for thousands of years and they.
"rubik" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"So there's there's we owe it before i tell you a few measurements in hurts including the healthy people are i want you to know that i have just commissioned a study with dr beverley rubik and we're going to be measuring people before and after they eat specific fields maybe we should get some bulletproof copy for that and also the foods themselves with two different ways one is with by affleck tonic emissions and so you're actually measuring the week light that emanates from living things well actually dead things to you i mean if you take a tiny piece of chicken breast and put it under a highpowered microscope you don't you don't see nothing you don't see no movement they it is in in motion otherwise it wouldn't decompose and become become something else but we're going to measure with bio photonic emissions and the reason i wanna do that rather than just measure everything in hurt switch there's actually data already out there about that but heard is that it makes pretty pictures so he's suzy is basically number of times per second something happens right so you can jump up and down three times a second thoughts three hurts which is different than you know three heard sound wave right right so there there are different things just number tundra second but what is it that's happening x x number of hurts times per second a to we've well this is just this is one way to look at some of our energy is because we have electrical energy is we have magnetic is we have electromagnetic energies we have energy is that nobody has actually quantified yet but we can we can measure the effects of those energies but there's no names where it there's it's an energetic worlds and there's so much we don't know but beverley rubik also has this really expensive russian technology.
"rubik" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"So if we go back to if we take a look at how quantum physics and biology have not yet come into the space of nutrition and wellness and what my what my book vibe does is take a look at what we can do that's really practical and takes a look at foods energies that has nothing to do with calories calories is a is a construct that was discovered in eighteen eight it's pretty much outlived its usefulness in so many ways and so when when i when i tripped on these two concepts i wanted to know what the secrets of the universe where when i when i read if you want the secrets of the universe think in terms of energy frequency and vibration i thought why do i know so little about this we actually know more about it then then we think if you take a look at medicine for instance a lot of the diagnostics and medicine are using vibrational frequency the egot the ecg eagerly can measure brainwave these are frequencies so i'm just putting some routes in the idea that energies or understanding that everything is made up of energies and that nunes physics weren't wrong they were just limited actually has applications in medicine your friend dr eyes i know you're reguest out there filming with him has said that energy medicine is the next wave in in western medicine and it's very very infiltrated there what i am frustrated with because of written all these nutrition bucks and i'm always looking for what else don't i know is that somehow we're still living in newton's physics when it comes to nutrition there is a vibrational frequency associated with every single food i'm actually doing some research with a phd scientists name beverley rubik and i can talk to you if you want about some of the ways that we measure vibrational frequency in what these energies are and we could talk about some principles of quantum physics that have everything to do with whether were healthy and whether we're happy that can guide us in what foods that we eat there'll be a lot more helpful than.
"rubik" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"And what some scientists have discovered that sick human beings how they resonate because everything's in motion and you know these physical structures you know it's not that newtonian physics and biology don't have a place in the or the it's not accurate it's that there's more now we have dr odds saying that energy medicine is the next frontier in medicine i mean we had the lasers lasers that can cut you open and remove cut out organs slice it down into pieces and pull it out through a half inch incision now that's making medicine a lot less invasive or or surgery a lot less invasive we have lasers and all the rs frequencies are just focused frequencies that can heal so after your surgery you can heal ten times faster using a healing laser we have we have diagnostics egcg so many more that are literally measuring frequencies and they tell us so much so with the book vibe does is it brings that to our very own specific personal life and we start to evaluate our foods our emotions howard metabolising our emotions in terms of frequencies and starting to think and see differently and evaluate our daily choices with with relation to what's it doing to our vibrational frequency is super super powerful so just really quick i'll tell you that beverley rubik and i are working on research to take different kinds of foods and use gas chromatography is one of the really sophisticated very expensive russian technologies to measure frequencies and then there's also bio photonic admission technology where we can take beautiful pictures.