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"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"Morrison fascinating. How i mean. Nobody really knew at michigan. At the time. The tom brady was gonna amount to anything professional football more or less a pro bowler more or less the greatest quarterback of our generation. So that was very eye-opening crazy to me And i i love. How kurtz morrison wasn't one of those guys who try to act like like back twenty years ago like he knew that he was so great and because they're all i almost guarantee you. There are people that will try to their relationships and experiences of tom brady into that she was going after. Bobby's sable house. I just i love how raw and authentic and just straight up honest coach morrison's and putting his his experiences. Were and this. It's incredible because as i said. I've never been around somebody who's regarded as one of the greatest in their sport. Always wondered just simply whether those people like and can happen much more understanding of it after talks into that. All right jason. What's your your predictions. So i'm going to fire that bears but first reaction right here. I think that this does not have anything to do with my quarterback predictions so yes. I can double down on the bears predictions even though as we learned with the last podcast going through all my predictions. And i need to do better job at thinking about not funding. Look an idiot but without further ado. Here's my first. I'm going to say the bears are not going to trade up in the first round draft. Please lord please trade off. I i just. I don't want to trade out for another quarterback be trevor lawrence which you can never showed up retirement remorse. Because he's going number one. I don't trust the idea of trading up for another quarterback. I just think that would be so shallow for the front office to do that after they did. It was true but failed so freaking miserably. They were to trade. at watford house to me is that they walked on was this year and how they barely got brought back after the season. I think that it would be unbelievably. Shallow and trade up quarterback could be funny that. I don't think he's going to happen. What what if. What if it was a package at a three team deal and they ended up with aaron rodgers. Okay we'll move on. Go on your next one. Okay so i am going to say right now that gonzaga baylor in college basketball and this goes right back to. The baylor aren't gonna lose games up until the tournament we're wanted to pass over. There always good that you're especially good teams that they're playing especially not as good. I don't think that they're gonna lose between now and then and baylor. My goodness baylor is probably best. Power conference teams. That i've seen since kentucky nearly went forty. You know several years ago. So i'm gonna say that both baylor gonzaga don't lose games throughout the regular season. Obviously at least one of them has always tournament would be kersey both from loss. But that's not tradition. They're not too bold but the prediction points. We inevitably go through them again. Okay my final thoughts last year. Tom brady went to the buccaneers before he did radio host. Dan patrick had revealed that one of the teams that brady was actually considering was the chicago bears. Great city with an airport. That could allow you to get anywhere quickly. That was important for his wife. Who is a supermodel and might be working on either the east or the west coast but i think that was just a fleeting thought. No one will ever know what the bears did or did not do to try and attract the greatest quarterback of all time all right. This may not be fair but we know the bears office..

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"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"I think he had a hard time with because he worked so hard and then drew hints. And you know he was labeled like sable house through hinson was he is the number one guy in the whole country so now this kid comes in and here i am. I have you know and and it was a pretty fierce competition. Henson wasn't chopped liver. I mean he was pretty good and so you know and the other thing is he probably felt like drew. Henson was ten miles from ann arbor and he's from san mateo california and so you know he might have had some feelings of blah but you know what just between i mean i never had a doubt in my mind that it was going to be him because he just was such a competitor and he wouldn't you wouldn't leave anything unturned. Thank goodness you. What greg hardened because i can't imagine what have been like all right. I'm gonna give you a little quiz here coach. Oh no you can't make you can't make you can't make very tough now. No i think you're going to know the answer to this I don't even know half of these people mall ninety percent. So what do these guys. All have in common chad. Pennington giovanni kurmangazy. Chris redman t martin mark bolger spurgeon win. What do they all have in common with tom. Brady well i mean i don't. I don't know some of those names. I'm guessing they were quarterbacks. They were all quarterbacks taken ahead of him in the two thousand drought. Yeah oh my little something chat chat manson. Yeah for marshall. Yeah i mean. I yeah so none of merck anyhow right i mean giovanni karmazin is that guy. I thought it was gonna be a pizza. So what is it about when these guys commodity college and the transferred to the nfl. Is it the combine is it. What is it that that that teams are missing. Do they rely too much on numbers on stats. And what is it. That they're missing that a guy. Tom brady didn't in my opinion. You're up peggy. You hit it right on the ones that i mean they go and everything is measurement. Everything's forty yard dash time. What does he do the shuttle. And i mean what's his. What's his weight You know and tom brady would not in any of those. Probably wouldn't test very well right. You know but you. They haven't tested inside is in between his ears. I mean that's where that guy has the advantage over everybody in my opinion so hard to do so hard i mean we just how do you measure heart..

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"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:51 min | 6 months ago

"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"Transferred to maryland and he laughs about this. Can you imagine if you got me said assam brady off to maryland. Richard to maryland. Never play put never played a down of football. Graduated from Maryland and he is in in sable house films and he's producing films so i chat with him and he laughed. We laugh about it all the time he said. Can you imagine how to come to michigan. You wouldn't have gotten tom. Brady unbelievable unbelievable. isn't it. it really is and and the thing about it. Is you know i don't. I'm sure tommy knows gonna years because that year Sable house was the number one quarterback in the country. So i'm sure tommy knows that much about it and i'm sure i know where tommy took the whole story. I'm sure yes. I'm sure he has just a quick question for clarification. Before i got into my real question so i feel like we never hear about tom. Brady's high school football players like very well recur with he like a blue chip recruit. Well you know. I know you went to san mateo. High school he he and you know the other thing is. He has one of the greatest family his mom and dad. I mean they're just unbelievable people but Yeah he was recruited. Pretty heavily on the west coast. Macau's recruiting them because he was kind of in their I don't remember who else. But i know cal- one of the big schools was recruiting back to our conversation with former michigan assistant coach. Bobby morrison i have you ever dealt with bunions. I have it. Got to the point that i couldn't even wear any shoes without having shooting pain even at night. I couldn't even pull the covers over my foot. It hurt so bad. It didn't matter if i was wearing slippers or boots gym shoes working out or heels for a night out. The pain was intolerable. I finally decided to do something about it. That's when i heard about foot ipad dietary and their exclusive procedure. The sklar on your next to me it. Has you on your feet the day after surgery are you kidding. I had to see it to believe it and you know what they were right. Surgery was easy. I am so glad i did it. I walked out of surgery in a boot. No cast no crutches walking the same day and you can be back in a gym shoe in two weeks when i look at my foot now. There's no visual scar. And best of all. I m pain free so ladies and guys don't walk around in pain like i did for years.

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"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"sable house" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"This quarterback from maryland which recruiting by the name of bobby stable house. Who at that time. They didn't have five stars and four stars three stars and all that stuff just like you said but the biggest thing that they had was. You've made a usa today all american team. I mean that's all it was and then they'd have the players the year in the states and stuff like that and bobby. Sable house was ranked the number one player in the country. And so i'm recruiting him in maryland. That was my area and a thursday night after practice. Moment when i got the private plane we flew to. Maryland was sat down and bobby houses home his mom and dad who originally from cincinnati so had a affiliation with being around michigan. It was Let great evening. And they're great people and you know they didn't leave anything They wanted him to come to michigan. And bobby said well. I talked to steve spurrier florida and calmest him. That i would at least visit this coming weekend. And this was a thursday night and then i will call you on sunday night. And we'll confirmed about becomes the michigan and so you know mo- and i felt good going back on the plane and like everything was good. He called me on sunday night and said Coach i've decided. I'm gonna play for steve spurrier fordham thought. Oh my goodness well you don't recruits not. Like you have an abundance of quarterbacks. I mean you're not working ten guys to get one you know you're we had all of our money throwing them the money by saying that but we had all our marbles in that pocket say loss because we thought we were going to get him and he called on sunday night and i told mo- most sold the next morning where to staff getting most of first thing he says. Well we lost sabe. Watts what are we gonna do. So everybody's just sixteen or fifteen or sixteen. There were sitting around the table. And billy harris rosen. Put his hand up in the back. And says i've got this kid in california that i think is pretty good. I don't he's recruited you know by the west coast schools. But i think we might have a shot at it. Well what's his name his. Name's tom brady.

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"The GOAT Tom Brady" with former Coach Bobby Morrison - Episode 041 - burst 02

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"The GOAT Tom Brady" with former Coach Bobby Morrison - Episode 041 - burst 02

"This quarterback from maryland which recruiting by the name of bobby stable house. Who at that time. They didn't have five stars and four stars three stars and all that stuff just like you said but the biggest thing that they had was. You've made a usa today all american team. I mean that's all it was and then they'd have the players the year in the states and stuff like that and bobby. Sable house was ranked the number one player in the country. And so i'm recruiting him in maryland. That was my area and a thursday night after practice. Moment when i got the private plane we flew to. Maryland was sat down and bobby houses home his mom and dad who originally from cincinnati so had a affiliation with being around michigan. It was Let great evening. And they're great people and you know they didn't leave anything They wanted him to come to michigan. And bobby said well. I talked to steve spurrier florida and calmest him. That i would at least visit this coming weekend. And this was a thursday night and then i will call you on sunday night. And we'll confirmed about becomes the michigan and so you know mo- and i felt good going back on the plane and like everything was good. He called me on sunday night and said Coach i've decided. I'm gonna play for steve spurrier fordham thought. Oh my goodness well you don't recruits not. Like you have an abundance of quarterbacks. I mean you're not working ten guys to get one you know you're we had all of our money throwing them the money by saying that but we had all our marbles in that pocket say loss because we thought we were going to get him and he called on sunday night and i told mo- most sold the next morning where to staff getting most of first thing he says. Well we lost sabe. Watts what are we gonna do. So everybody's just sixteen or fifteen or sixteen. There were sitting around the table. And billy harris rosen. Put his hand up in the back. And says i've got this kid in california that i think is pretty good. I don't he's recruited you know by the west coast schools. But i think we might have a shot at it. Well what's his name his. Name's tom brady.

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"sable house" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

16:16 min | 1 year ago

"sable house" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"It is absolutely zero so there were two studies that were conducted so there was the partners. Prep study so partner one and two and so the second study that they did they specifically looked at MSM which is men who who have sex with men and they looked at over seventy thousand sexual encounters and none of them resulted in somebody becoming HIV positive. If their partner was undetectable. Wow so as you can live a ready you got to have a full and healthy life now with HIV where you couldn't necessarily Israeli mentioning like fifteen years ago when you were in a hospital and they were like Kay. It's there wasn't a whole lot of hope at that point. Yeah no my precept told me AH don't get too attached because these patients may not be here tomorrow. Yeah we're a lot further along. I'm curious so I I've I've had friends who have the two friends who have HIV and living with it and managing it and and dealing and lots of disclosure. And it's been really interesting to see I think because of my own preconceived notions of what. JV AIDS meant. And I didn't realize how far along we would come right. So when I I was told I was devastated for them and then and it took a lot of research on my behalf to be like. Okay how can I support. She without sounding stupid. I WanNa make sure I can support you and be there for you. But you're not an exception. I believe believe that you're the norm and again that goes back to messaging and knowing the facts right so you're very data oriented and to stick driven as of myself. I feel that I practice evidence based medicine and really. You're only as good as the data you have and if you don't have that. Then how were you able to advocate and you feel like you can be a supportive friend. If you don't have the tools to make those kinds of decisions decisions you know and so I think having me on the podcast and the fact that you are engaging in these conversations is really just going to help to further conversation conversation and help to really get that stigma down again right because unless we talk about it. Nobody's going to know right so it's like this little secret. Don't talk about it and hopefully it'll go away. We'll guess what that's not happening we need to we need to put it in the forefront and Dr Ruth. She talked about it all right here. It is a very different time from when our parents our parents parents were living there. were or no such things as tender and grinder atom for atom. And you know Ashley Madison and all these websites where you can basically get a casual encounter through your phone like you would pick up take out. It's so crazy I never even thought of it from that perspective like you and it's it's I believe like you said I think it's wonderful that your your sex positive and that's it's about sexual health right so of course if you were engaging in casual encounter. I think the message is you really need to be aware not only of your status but having conversations relations with the partners that you're keeping even if it is take out right even if it is a symbolic one time thing. You really need to be having this conversation in advance and making Good choices when it comes to barrier methods and possibly using prep so that you're creating the best opportunity for you to have healthy sex life but at the same time keep your body healthy Obvi- of course and so something that I recently found out is that some of the sites specifically that catered to the MSN population specifically. We have a place within your profile that asks life. When was the last time you tested and if you're on prep? Obviously people can embellish. Yeah but I think it's a good step in the right direction right because at least were having the conversation about. HIV Prevention right and so from my my perspective. I'm worried about sexual health in general and so when I have people who come in and say that they're they you know that they want to talk about HIV Abi Prevention Strategies. I Really WanNa talk about harm reduction strategies in general. Because it's it's it's everything it's the holistic approach so if they're actively substance using using can we get them access to clean needles if they are exchanging sex for money or drugs like let's find away to get you stable employment and sees sable housing and food security. So you don't have to do that so that you're not utilizing your body for those means and you're not putting yourself and harmful situations right and so I think bringing it back to the whole person and making sure that you're asking what their endpoint point is and what their desire is because if you look at you know the CDC and and the you know a cog Hog recommendations for you know women's health one of the number one things that they say is that you need to reduce the number of sex partners right to reduce your risk right. What if that's your means of employment? Yeah Yeah Right. It's not for me to judge right and so if you can't do that how do I help you to do it safely right so if you can't find find out what the status of your partner is because it's a client and you don't want to ask that question because you obviously don't want to you you know. Make the mistake of them leaving right not your income. Yeah what do you do so you can do things like you can offer for condoms knowing where you can go in the valley to get free condoms public health department. My clinic offers three condoms local AIDS advocacy agencies. You Know I. I think we should give him out at every pharmacy. But that's just me personally but things like that but knowing it all goes back to public health right. And it's reducing the community Enviro load because if the community viral load is down your risk for transmission goes down. Yeah Right. And we're one of the target counties that the CDC has identified NFL. I'd as having high rates of new HIV diagnosis. which is you know? Obviously we have those who are living well with the with the diagnosis but we shouldn't be having new diagnoses ABC's right so that's key. So how do we impact that. And how do we get to those young people who don't realize they're at risk so one of the questions I have for you. 'CAUSE 'cause I WANNA get into two other questions that I've I've seen come up but before that I want to ask you about We talk about disclosure and asking the questions like that. Well well if if it's socially acceptable because you're on an APP or your communities talking about it because they know that they're at risk that's one thing but when you have young people we have a tendency it to be like my one of my friends that contracted HIV. She asked the question. Have you been tested. Yes I've been tested. I'm clean turns out. The test was six months ago and there has been partners since for some reason we feel like oh they get tested so it's good so they're choosing other partners and having this conversation we have no idea what other people are doing with their bodies when they're not right in front of us and yeah I think that's one of the things I think is also important is offering to young men and women who are sexually active before a mutually monogamous relationship. How do you convince how do you provide them with the confidence to advocate for their own sexual health? Yeah such a good question So the first thing I wanted to point out is testing so our testing for. HIV has come a long way so that lag time that we used to have is much shorter now so before we used to only have a test that would look for the antibodies for HIV. which would be that would develop after you? You became positive and so there was like a ninety day lag time now we have a test that looks for both the antibodies that you're the are produced after he become infected but it also looks for the infection itself. So we call that Antigen so those are what we call fourth generation assays and they can pick up the virus within fifteen to twenty one days of you becoming infected affected so so we've actually come a very long way as far as testing standpoint and so I think those rapid tests and if somebody is exhibiting no no signs and symptoms of Acute Viral Syndrome knowing what to do prescribing those HIV medications. So if they are what we call actively Cyril converting ring we can give them medication and potentially stop that process from happening. So there's a new It's not new. I shouldn't say new were medication. That's called a integrase inhibitor. And that medication works on the steps within the HIV virus. That is what we call confers first lifelong infection. So if that process is stopped we can stop you from becoming infected so really wanted to like make sure that that was noted but then going back to your your other statement. I think that you know having the ability to disclose right so if I tell you that I've tested negative and I tested negative three months ago right and you tell me well. I've never tested then. Then at that point you know I feel like the individual should feel empowered enough to say you know what I would feel more comfortable if maybe maybe we could test together and then we we both know what our status as you know. I Love I started out with me. My ex-husband when I got started dating I was like we tested. We use condoms at all times until together. We are tested. And we're in a mutually exclusive relationship. Then we know where we are on that day and he you like later on he was he'd never had anyone be that rigid about it. Right where it's like. Here's the situation but I don't think it's rich it. I just think that you are you. You know first and foremost it's your body right right and I feel like sometimes in general we pay more attention to what are close look like versus our our our partner and what their status and so. I just love the fact that you said that just now because you know when I was at the health district we used to tease all the time at the at the. STD's clinic we used to say. This is the best I ate. You could ever have right because you guys coming together. You both get tested if somebody has something when you treat it and then you start fresh. Yeah right you start fresh. And I think that's really important. And there's nothing wrong with you taking control of your sexual actual health right and I think that's really what it comes down to empowerment and saying my body is my temple and I.

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"sable house" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"sable house" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Day week over week month-on-month of the data coming into your model when it's making predictions Does that data has the shape of that data. Change over time. Do you still trust the model based on the ED values and then of course you have the the other end of the two which is Looking at the predictions the model is making whether it's from a business application Susan. I'm using the outlook APP on my phone. And I've got the smart replied model running there now. Either they didn't click on any of my suggestions. the clicked on a different suggestion from the one I did the clicked on the top suggestion that had or they said. I didn't like any of these suggestions. Like all those types of feedback come into telling you is the is the quality of data that you've trained your model on giving you a useful model on the prediction side. Yeah skew testing validating your data's quality correctness consistency between training. And inference. The all those things. Okay okay yeah so I'm kind of pulling it threads here taking a step back. You talked a little bit about Maturity Model that you you when you look at customers. They kind of fall in these buckets. is there a prerequisite for you know starting to think about m. l.. OPS so I think the prerequisite is you have to have a desire to apply a model to a business need. If you're only goal is to right a model to say you know published a paper in like. Hey I have this model solve this problem. Then you don't really need any of the LAV and if you're still you know if you're just mucking around the in a Jupiter notebook trying some different things by yourself it's also a stretch to say like. Oh you need these practices now but the second you go beyond. I'm keeping all my notes in Jupiter or dumping them into one note somewhere and just keeping track of experiments on my own the second you want collaboration or reproducibility or or the ability to scale up and scale out to run your jobs in the cloud that's where mls starts coming into play. I agree that kind of collaboration is a a big driver. But even at an individual researcher you know that's tracking hyper parameters and file names post it notes and worse can benefit from some elements of definite the tooling that we kind of refer to as Emma. lops your would you agree with that. I would But just trying to sell them on using everything from the very beginning a tougher sell so we start by saying you know start by tracking your work That's the whole process. Maturity flow is used. Start with work tracking then then making sure everything's in a reproducible pipeline. And then making sure that others can go and take advantage of that pipeline and then you actually have the the model that you can go and use using other places Erica. Yeah yeah which which I I like the way you pull that together because in a lot of ways one of the questions that I've been kind of noodling around for for a while now is the you know where it is m. l. ops start and end relative to kind of platforms and tooling and the things that enable and support boredom obscene. It's very much like the conversation we were having around. devops like devops. Isn't you know containers. And things like that Deva devops. This is a set of practices and very much to your point kind of N N process so you might need any one of a number number of the tools that someone might use to enable M. L. OPS. But that doesn't necessarily mean that you need Emma lops right and that's when sure I work on azure machine machine learning what I'm talking to customers about. How does MLS actually work? You'RE GONNA have at least like three different tools and technologies being used right because you have three personas. Yep Data Engineering Data Science and DEVOPS MEL engineering. Whatever means you're going to have some sort of data pipe lining tool Something like data factory factory or Airflow in the open source world something to help with managing your training pipelines. Whether it's you know as Roma's managed service or something like cube flow if you're in the open source community and then same thing on the release management side whether it's using Azure devops ERC objections or. You're running your own like Jenkins server either way. There's going to be at least those those three different types of tools with different personas and they all need to work together. Inter operate So that's another key. Part of our pitches like make sure that your being flexible in how you're producing and consuming events because Amal ops is more than just model. OPS You you need to make sure it fits into your data and Dev side of the house yeah awesome You mentioned As your devops playing a role in here ear Inn Jenkins on the open source side. You know these tools that you know from the devops perspective you associate with. CIC D continuous integration continuous delivery. Three the idea being that. There's a parallel on the model deployments. I'd can you elaborate a little bit on how those tools are used Yeah so the way we like to look at it from a devops. Point of view is is we want to treat a model as a packaged artifacts that can be deployed and used in a variety of places us. Your model is share. You have like you now your propel file or whatever but you also have the execution context for you know like an stantione this model into a class python or I can embedded into like my spark processing pipeline lifeline. Deploy it as NAPI. I in a container onto cooper nineties cluster. Something like that. So it's all about. How do you bring the model artifact? Ns another thing that can be be used in your release management process flow does not have to be a pickle file it could be a yeah. It's it's this is my serialized graph representation Tation Here's my code file My configured I'm feeding in so it's a models just like any other type of application just happens to come come from some or have some sort of association to a machine learning framework or to have come from some data which is actually in another important part of the. MLS story is what's the what's the end to end. Lineage look like right so ideally you should be able to go from. I have this application. That's using this model. Here is the code and configure. That was used to train it and here is the data. Set that this model came from Especially when we're talking to customers in more of the highly regulated industry streets healthcare financial services. say you have a model deployed that determining if it's GONNA approve or reject somebody for a loan. You need to be very careful that you've maintained your full audit trail of exactly where that model came from in case somebody decides to come in and ask further This this also because more complicated than more of black box that your model is but in general The goal of having all these different technologies worked together an inter operate. It is so that you can track sort of your correlation of ID or correlation vector across your entire data and software and modeling landscape. uh-huh we talk about that Kind of end to end lineage. Is that a feature like US tool ex Use Azure Mal and CRICHTON. And you have that or is it more than that and a set of disciplines that you have to follow as you're developing hoping the model so yeah it's kind of the the ladder leads to an element of the former okay. So I'm assuming that you use the you're the all of the above guy So yeah when it comes to using the tools the right way is like sure you could just you know have a random. CSV file running locally to train a model on. But if you want to assert you have proper lineage of your end to end workflow like that. CSV FILE SHOULD BE UPLOADED INTO BLOB storage and locked down and accessed from there to guarantee that you can come back. You know year later in reproduce where this model came from the same thing on the code and packaging and the base container images that you're using when you're training the model all that collateral needs to get needs to be kept around. And what does it allow you to do is so you know we have the Inside of the machine learning services Internal medicine that keeps track of all the different entities and the the edges that connect them together and right now we have sort of a a one hop exposure of that but one of the things. We're working. John is more of a comprehensive way to peruse the graph so K.. Across my enterprise. Show me every single model. That's been trained using this data set not scope to you know a single. A single AZURE arcing project. The my team is doing but across the entire campus. Show me everybody using this data set. What types types of features are they extracted from it? Is Somebody doing work that similar to mine can I just fork their training pipeline and build on top of it and going back to you. How has this work? We've done for internal teams inspired the work. We're doing on Azure. That's probably the most powerful part of our platform for internal internal Microsoft teams. Is the discovery collaboration. The sharing. That's what allows you to do m L. at high scale at high velocity answer. WanNa make sure as much as we can that the the tools and technologies that we have on Azure provide that same capability With all of the enterprise ready features that you would come to expect back from Microsoft and So in that scenario you outlined the starting places a data set. That's uploaded to storage even with that starting place you've kind of disconnected your ability to do lineage from the kind of the source data set which may be in a data warehouse or something shirt that Is there also The ability to kind of point back to those So sometimes you'll have a CSV there but you can also connect to a sequel database or to your raw data lake and have a tracking of. Okay this is the raw data here. Say the data factory job did all these transformations. Here's my curated data set. Here's all the derivation of that data said. Here's the one I ended up using for training. This model here's I took this model and transfer learned on top of it to produce this new model and then I deployed this model as this. Api and you can trace things all the way back back to there and then going the other way when this model is now running I can be collecting the inputs coming into my model predictions. My model is making I log. Those goes into Azure Monitor and then my data engineer can set up a simple job to take that data coming in and put it back into the lake or put it back into curated data to set my data. Scientists go an experiment on and Sable House. My House that it coming into my model that's deployed compared to the when I trained it. Then that's completing the circle back to the beginning Nice Nice which a conceivably You could as opposed to talking about a data set which what this data set has produced. What models you could point to a particular you know? Ro- and a data warehouse racking like that or a value and say you know what's been impacted by this particular data point exactly and that's that's you know the value that we're trying to get out of the the new generation of Azure Data Lake store. And some of the.

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"sable house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seven hundred W. well John the whole month that Cincinnati ray. eight oh wait in the queen city of Cincinnati chick Ludwig seven hundred W. well W. welcome back to the Kelsey Chevrolet extra inning show is the red score first they score last in a secure a three two victory over the New York Mets at great American ball park coming on the heels of last night's eight to one loss to the Mets now the rubber match is tomorrow one ten first pitch Trevor Bauer against Marcus Stroman today's game played in front of thirty four thirty thousand four hundred and eighty nine in just under three hours time and all the rates come up with a big win and really putting a chance in the New York Mets postseason hopes. three runs nine hits one air nine left for the Reds to improve to seventy three and eighty two in the Reds will not have to suffer a fifth straight ninety lost season because there's only seven games left to runs three hits one air for left for the Mets who dropped eighteen seventy four there now for games out of the wild card hunt with seven games remaining jolt Neil gets the victory is first majorly decision at one OO Justin Wilson takes the loss in relief of Zack Wheeler Wilson is four and three in rice Selleck lace yes. nail down his thirty fourth save the only bomber anti diesel funny denied a tenth victory I don't know how many times he's going after it but. deserving a better fate. three hits two runs one earned and he was all fantastic today in six innings but he was spent in the Reds leaned on the bowl pan in the bullpen did a fantastic job. secure in this victory with Lucas Sims Amir Garrett geo all you'll end rise L. ago a CS so we're taking your calls at seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. love in all the calls I wish I had a crystal ball predicting the future if we could only see it what are the rates going to do with Josh van meter fill upper vent Jesse **** Derek Dietrich Brian o'grady of Aristide's Aquino will they re sign. Jose Iglesias your short stop but what about Freddy Galvis is he coming back so a lot is going on with this club a lot of decisions need to be made and if I am Jose Iglesias yes I'd be willing to listen to the Cincinnati Reds is force coming back next year but Hey I'm a free agent and I'm having a great year I want to see. whose money is going to stack up the highest and don't make my decision based on that and will be will the race be able to. secure his services next year it's a huge huge question mark will make sense they'll get the red still see him as their center fielder is he more suited for second place in the future who knows we cannot wait until good year Arizona a lot of awesome hot stove talk over the winter that caravan hello can't wait to see what happens next year but for the time being we're celebrating a three day two Reds victory over the New York Mets today and Dave is on a cell Dave you are on the acute hearing centers dot com hot why are you doing great man great right I you know what I look at this year. and I harken back in nineteen ninety one the Reds won the World Series. and Dave Parker your day park well I certainly do. eight he pulled back team three years our world by himself to a second place finish. and I see the same thing going on here. with. or as and everybody else on that team and the pitching coming together all at one time. so my prediction is the Reds are gonna win the World Series next year well. I would love to see that happen I go into every year thinking World Series I go into every year thinking why not us I think they need a clubhouse enforcer a veteran presence who's been to the playoffs who's been to in in big games and. could be eight gosh the glue our end a leader in this clubhouse bringing a lot of these young guys together who that person is I have no idea but a veteran presence to ought to come in and be a be a leader I'm telling you what chapter on the World Series next year that would be awesome because you look at the scores of these recent games. the pitching has basically been outstanding. and when you can roll out there next year Sonny gray and I think he's taken over as the number one pitcher on nose out of. Louise Casteel into Trevor Bauer. and hopefully you know power enters the final year of arbitration yeah yes das so he's basically under control for another year I don't know how much it's going to cost the Reds but they will pony up the coin up to twenty million dollars for Trevor Bauer and then go from there with Anthony G. school Fadi in attempting to get a left handed starter in this in this rotation. all right all right thank you thank you Dave appreciate it. it just a reminder. the extremis is brought to you in part by western and southern financial group helping to make Cincinnati the best place the very best place to live work and enjoy life it was Christian Cologne with the ground ball single up the middle in the bottom of the eighth inning that gave the Reds the three to two victory today wish it was walk off and then they could a balanced at home plate around into the pitcher's mound in second base that would've been fun to see we don't see that hardly at all this year it's been a fun year it's been a frustrating year an exasperating year you know following this club because when you think of thirty two one run losses. how about that just killing your season. with twenty four one run wins now. over thirty three percent of the games played in a season decided by one run. more than that if they don't play another one run game it's already what thirty four or thirty five percent of the season. one run games unbelievable with thirty two losses incredible. let's go back out to the phones on the acute hearing centers dot com plot line my good friend branded in Indianapolis branded. one I see that photo of you on Facebook if you're sitting in the big chair at seven hundred W. L. W. I know it. I did all that happen. what happened I think it was like in twenty yeah. twenty twelve four cameras on had been studio. that's fantastic mark over the sea Amazon he he's awesome yeah I want to come in and tour and Garrett sable house with me on tour and it was great night you know and somebody so I set right now the speaker's chair or something like that. well that's where Mike McConnell. the fingers bill Cunningham Scott Sloan Saloni. lance McAllister. and sometimes the chipster we sit in the big chair it's an honor pleasure and a privilege and you guys have a great station thanks for the comment from within the Notre Dame in Georgia right now on. get ready if we could just started but yeah read a good win today and they had a great we had a great win today you know and I like I agree there but he also I mean you get to go out and get another path it unfortunately I'm I hate to say that didn't work out for. what but you know hopefully they can go out and get a better start and you know. you know Marty was today no I I don't know what his schedule is I will say this after tomorrow is one ten game against the Mets the Reds are off on Monday the twenty third and then the Milwaukee Brewers come in here for three games. six running start on Tuesday when a man Wednesday post six forty starts and then at twelve thirty five business day special Marty Brennaman final game. right on Thursday but I will say this tell me that the Chicago Cubs won't be rooting hard for the Cincinnati Reds to knock off the brewers when the brewers come to town for three and. Manda clubs wow the saddest words of tongue or pen right now it's not the Cincinnati Reds it's the Chicago Cubs they've lost five straight including four straight one run games to to the Reds and. three straight here to the. St Louis cardinals at all at Wrigley Field where they have dominated this year in they've got five straight losses I know what I mean got a bill for me and I but they could miss the playoffs and you you know we don't know what's gonna happen with Joe Maddon the situation up there but. I'll definitely do listen to you guys so bangles postgame tomorrow on fifteen thirty after the game with him and you you know after the after the game I will appreciate that looking forward to it the bangles and to win god bless chicken thanks for the comments that he appreciated okay thanks so much Brandon our body all right Reds win three to two and I appreciate everybody calling and listening on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline well the Kelsey Chevrolet extruding show were role until nine o'clock tonight in and Rachel Ellie it takes over nine to midnight up I appreciate the help of mass Steinman tonight's producer and he took the baton in the reins from the broadcast sheriff big Dave Keaton we have tremendous producers here as we celebrate the Reds three two victory over the New York Mets on the Kelsey Chevrolet extruding show.

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"sable house" Discussed on Build Business Acumen Podcast

Build Business Acumen Podcast

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on Build Business Acumen Podcast

"Than the resources that reveal. Why are gotta start making this to other people because there are people that want to get involved, and they want to help a just don't know what to do. Or maybe they haven't found the organization that resonates with them. So this was sort of the backdrop to what took place, and then in the course of working weather couple of these individuals and helping them and saying one woman through being in a sable housing environment getting on proper medication to mentally disabled had mental illness she lost twenty thousand reverse nineties and then another gentleman over gentlemen who had chronic digestive issues had been homeless in his eighties living in the desert. If you can imagine that harsh environment and Amen to that, you know, he was a place that a housing better within nine months is on. Indigestion are you know, digit digestive issues disappeared reverse, the useable to stabilize and he actually transitions prominent independent housing situation where lives on his own a senior living environment in has all the different support services in place now, and he veterans so it just sort of brought my heart to see people suffering into know that there's something I can do to make difference. Even if it's just a handful of people for now, you know, we're gonna make that difference. So course than seeing those successful outcomes, just, you know, my fashion, even more. And so now, I'm just trying to get the word out about helping miracle. Now finis great subsidy burden. It's it's it's lovely to hear that used to doing something. And and you infrastructure also is no actually funded by donations because that's the that's the biggest issue there. Lots of people have with charities. They. I mean, I was interviewing gentlemen few weeks ago, and he's big into charities. And he he was basically saying that, you know, a lot of charities. They I mean that businesses on. I mean, that's that's generally how looked that looked upon business, and yes, they get preferential rights, and they get assistance, you know, from from the government. I mean, certainly in the UK visit as a, you know, you get money back if you're charity tax payers ball, your goods that some sorta sort of a money thing that they get from the government if you register your daytime, they complain backup leave the VAT on on on money. You've actually spend that, but it's still an infrastructure that has to be paid for you know, their shops that need to be paid for their all sorts of things. But what you're doing is. You're actually funding all of all of infrastructure yourself in order to help these people right is not. It's not. Provide. Yes, I would never turn down a donation or had received donations, and we those in the form of scholarships that can go either specifically to certain individuals and their needs or it can go to general fund. But at the end of the day one hundred percent of the money goes for people that need it. The most. That's that's mazing. It must feel really really good to actually be part of that. And to created it unite or it's extremely satisfying. I love it. Great. So how many people you you kind of helping at any one time at this current time. I has a four people and previously. We help about six thousand people. And so it's just it's been small expense low, but it's been impactful. So you know, that famous story about the kidneys throwing the surface of the ocean. And someone says to him, you know, will look styles of surface. You're on the seashore, you know house. I can make a difference. And then the first responded what made a difference to that one? So that's my approach right now, you know, maybe one day on the tens of millions of dollars four into, you know, magnitude people in organizations and just sort of supplement with other people doing, but right now, I just focus on one or two or three time. I do work with case managers of. Command off the streets, and they need assistance than I always do it with the you know, they are illegal to someone they're working with someone. So we can make sure that it's not just a matter of throwing harder money to the win. But he genuinely getting the hell, and then also it's important to of the strength based hunger stations, and ultimately empower them to be independent informed vote, normal, whatever normal is, right. A relative term, but you know, keeping to assimilate into society to have their own place. Whether it's home ownership or renting or even a room, you know, whatever it is. That keeps them safe of to meaningful relationships whether restaurant restoring than to family members or friends, so it just becomes a very a multifaceted multidimensional approach. But at the end of the day, what we all want to belong to be say to have our basic physical needs met. Yeah. Five. Yeah. I've already picked affinity, you know, full out.

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"sable house" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Life the life skill services. So we have one of the it's it's so amazing because I do have a survival with me tonight, April dos. Will you stand? April. You gotta love one her on behalf of everybody. Here can you show her some love? So the thing that I April story is that in the midst of having being traffic from she was a teen. She's now, and she doesn't mind me sharing. She's now forty nine years old, but she was caught in the life. She was caught in this live. She was it was familiar sex trafficking. So uncool actually traffic turn the beginning. And then moved to her boyfriend trafficking her and so she's been in this life. It took us seven years to build trust with her on the streets. And so it's so important for us to be consistent in the work that we do is. We do street outreach? As we go out there to be consistent. So they can build trust and relationship because when it was time for her to run one it was time for her to leave. She came to us and for the first. For the first time in sixteen years we worked with her. She now has housing permanent housing sable housing. She is celebrating two years of being clean of drugs and sex trafficking. He never had a license driver's license before because these traffic victims, they miss out a lot of experiences and things we take for granted. Now, she's studying and she's getting ready to take a test to get a driver's license. One thing that she always wanted to do. She said who better to actually provide services to those who are in trouble on the streets than someone who's been there. And now she wanted to go and do some counseling classes on March. Fourth C starts counseling glasses. So we're continue to do the work. I took it a San Diego where MBA go to do presentations. She's there she's presenting. She's learned to embrace her story and talk about it. I mean, you talk about really empower -ment and someone involve in from something that they thought they couldn't get out of that's April story, absolutely. You said something so powerful about learning to embrace her own story. And I think that that is the lesson that all of us can learn in this room. So many times people tell me like, how do you share your story? How are you able to just get up there and say without shame? And I realized that I could not tell anyone else must story until I could bear to hear it myself. And as long as you when you recite a part of your testimony, you still cringe. There's a part of you that still has some healing to do there. And that's okay. You have to keep telling your story, but don't tell it the way that you experienced it tell it the way that God can use it. Because as I look at this testimony, your incredible testimony, I can't help. But imagine how many of us are going to see ourselves differently. And what's possible for us? As a result of what you were doing with the life that God is giving you and I just honor you for surviving honor you for making a difficult decision to see outside of what you've been through in the side of your circumstances. And choose to live again, there are people in this room who are bound in chains who have now gone through half of what you've gone through. And I believe prophetically that you have set someone free tonight that someone has decided that if she can come out on the other side of this that I can get up from this divorce. I can get up from this abortion. I can get up from this pregnancy held has happened to all of us..

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"sable house" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"I did not like it. What did you think. Brutal. It was. It was so brutal. You also have to look at, you know, you talk about hawk and the time with the gimmick and talking about his addictions and demons. If you will. Y'all got talked about his work because his his work was not good. At this time they they were really a shadow of their former selves. So will you think of l. o. d. you think of those guys that used to come out and just mall. Everybody in manhandle everyone. Those guys weren't the same guys that were here in nineteen ninety eight. And like I said, when draw draws at least looked like Hawkin animal of old. Now you're looking at two guys in the ring with their faces painted trying to keep up and it looked like they were the ones trying to keep up in the match it just it was. It was rough. It was clumsy. Yeah, this was kind of bad too. I'm kind of thinking about. I watch this thing at the end of the end of it. I made my notes and I go, okay, it wasn't as bad as I thought. But now you've got me talking about it shit. You're right next to plug for the superstar lawn. We've got DOK Hendrix. Sable house. No. And the head. Insert punchline here, serious business. I I never called the superstar hotline, but what the fuck was the content on this? What could this possibly be? Well, what it was was you had an interview are on one end and the talent on the other in the interviewer would ask them questions that reader coming in online. We did a lot with AOL that was back and forth on America Online, live chat back and forth booth. Also take questions from people in there were different variations of it. Sometimes they would have a lucky caller that was calling in and they would put them on live. So, hey, what do you want? What do you wanna ask head? And they would ask a question and then that conversation would be on the hotline, but it was a live commentary all the way through the pay per view. So for example, you can't get the pay per view in your area or you're too cheap to, but you wanna pay two dollars a minute to hear what the folks going on. You could do that and it will someplace you'd get updates and listen to backstage shit. It was just a reference people off as what it is. Jenner tamers another form of entertainment. You would recommend that people call and check it out. I would have then, yes. Just be ashamed yourself. We're going to call us in the dock index of your goddamn mannequin head for dollar ninety nine. We all joy is his dog intrigues it. We're going to Detroit tell this Saturday night at whatever the hill building is there Detroit because are so many, and we also go to Auburn and we all of these different places. I can't really remember stone cold. We'll be there live. That's right. Can you imagine if he because I'm sure nobody was really checking that thing from the office. Can you imagine if he just free bird it up one. Do you? Did you see that shit? He would, okay. We had the set built in the studio and everything, right? And it had a staircase like a false staircase. Whale food. One came down the staircase which actually kinda became a great rib on him because it would make him go up and down the staircase all day long graft laws, and he would come out. It's handsome duck yet rigs, and he would do the little shit on his face and everything with one finger and and move his chin back and forth. He was he was doing free bird Michael Hayes, no, nobody knew any different. No, just made on the hotline when nobody's listening this God and he's interviewing the head head to head what if I was to piss on new rotten. What if I was to take the tip of my dick head? And I'm just saying head, what if I took my dick hand and put it on your in this all over your free birds style, Dave do, hey, hey, I is that. Is that real life mouse right there. How is that mouth. Hi. Can you warm it up. Hi, hi. She traveled in the front seat with the head what that mouth do. So let's talk. Like when you're over there, sodas, wacky weed. This is all.

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"sable house" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We have recent studies from USC UC Berkeley UCLA that all demonstrate that rent stabilization policies that made community stronger they provide for economic and housing stability. And enhanced the affordability. We talked earlier about tenants who are protected by wreckage hall, those folks could continue to live in high cost cities only because of the presence of Rick control. So we really are what we're talking about. Here is how do we balance that how do we balance these faster backed interests like Blackstone, who by the way, their CEO who's a close? Ally of Donald Trump is put six point eight million into trying to defeat this measure and they own single family homes throughout California. Those investor backed entities or buying up homes and exploiting this housing crisis on the backs of renner's that that is something that local governments can respond to we can balance it. With the needs of renters. We could have fair return for the landlords and create a stable housing policy that protects renters and increases that production of housing overall in these hike, just given the argument in favor of ten and we've got seconds left. Pat sable house. What's the main argument against ten? That it's a supply problem. It's not it's not a problem. It's going to be resolved with the regulatory process at the local level. If you if you do anything that that will basically stop developers from investing in multifamily housing, not just not just low income housing, but more multifamily housing that we'll be reaching middle income people that have been receiving no no help at all. And as I said earlier, there's no there's no means testing in this balanced. We're going to have to leave it there. We have a link to these proposition guide at our website dot org slash forum, which I hope you will avail yourself on. This has been a good debate. I wanna thank multiple participants on each side by Augusta and Pat sable has and thanks.

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"sable house" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:23 min | 3 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The forum rebroadcast on K Kiwi. Eighty eight. Point five San Francisco in K. We I eight nine point three north Highland Sacramento. It's ten thirty one. This is forum. I'm Michael Krasny. We are discussing proposition ten which will be on the California ballot. That would repeal cost a Hawkins and allow rent control to expand. In the big question is how it would affect local ordinances, and what local governments would decide about this. There's a lot of key questions about this. And we're trying to go to the heart of them and guy marzorati with us as well as Brian Augusta and. Pets able house actually let me go back to you on this question guy about been conflicting reports about right control. It helps it hurts. What do you make of that as a reporter? Well, I think that you know, the legislative analyst's office a report that really sum this up in a straightforward way. They found four reductions associated with proposition ten the potential passage of proposition ten a reduction in rents which is pretty straightforward a reduction in the availability of rental units. That is there's new incentive for landlords to take those units and seldom get out of the rental market. The third reduction is a reduction in property values note, and you know, those same properties that were able to be rented out for a higher price or no longer worth as much, and then the fourth is a reduction in mobility that is you know, when people are in Iran control department, a they're able to stay in their they're stable, they're they may not be forced out because of rent hikes. But there's also really no incentive to be searching for other places to live. If you have a rent controlled apartment and. So those I think put put it in a very straightforward way. But as you said at the top so much of this depends on what cities do after the potential passage of proposition. Ten and so much depends on the turnout. I mean, there's a lot of questions about how many young people will turn out and how much it affects people personally and all the rest of that. But what has one other political question? I know you've been covering this race in the East Bay. There's an assembly race for the fifteenth district and you've got two candidates. It's kind of maybe a canary in the coal mine because one of the candidates Jamaica Beckles is in favor of prop ten the candidate in opposition to her Buffy wicks is saying I'm kind of waiting to see what happens. Yeah. Now, she's has come out and said, I'm opposed to proposition ten and it's really a real indicator of how this is split Democrats. So there you have to Democrats running in this, you know, top two general election Buffy wicks, who's more traditional democrat Jovanka backhoes who identifies as a democratic socialist Beckles has really staked her campaign and tied very closely to the yes on ten campaign. To overturn cost the Hawkins that she's made that a kind of signature issue in this race. And it shows a liberal district, which includes Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond cities that already have some kind of rent control laws on the books. This is a very powerful issue. And it's one that you know, like, I mentioned before has split Democrats. I think the eighty fifteen races a really good example of that. We've been talking again about how much money's being pumped into this race, particularly by opponents deprived. Ten let's go to our callers. And let's not Terry on that score. And hear what they have to say or ask we start with you, Catherine. You're on the air. Good morning to ask. Why is it that landlord have to bear the burden of subsidising the housing crisis for lack of building that has been substantiated? You know, we are stuck with bad legislation when the job's eventually possibly could go away, you know, Google Facebook, whomever, could decide to go to Detroit for all we know. And here we are stuck with bad legislation. Sure, I'm going to on this guy. Go. Yeah. I mean, I think it's fair, you know, landlords as we mentioned are guaranteed by state law to fair return. But there's a process involved in that, and it would definitely add to both the burden on landlords and also on city administration. I mean, I think you talk about something like vacancy control, if you know landlords are limited in how much they can raise a rant. When at tenant moves out. They can they're still entitled to getting a fair compensation, but they may have to go petition, you know, the cities rent board. If there's a rank control ordinance on the books, and that creates a kind of a logjam both in terms of administration, but also time both on the part of local governments and on the part of landlords. If they're falling through with that. Here's Jessica who says win ten basically to slap another level of bureaucracy on top of the government that has mishandled California's housing situation over the last several years, I think this is actually like a big talking point on the no campaign is that we've seen largely an effort on the state level to take house and control away from local government the idea of being. That with the lack of development locally, local governments are to blame for the housing production shortage that we have this would kind of put the pendulum back the other way hand more power to local governments. So I think that's definitely, you know, that's that's a real split here in the in the ten campaign a couple of questions for you Brian Augusta. Let me read you a question a listener named Susan asks she says is there a no on ten blitz on TV. I haven't heard a single, yes. On ten add why is this money? I think you know, we've had the same answer. Brian Augusta from you. I mean, you got ten million. We said before from. The age found group that guy alluded to Martin Weinstein. Yeah. Go ahead. I'm sorry. My weinstein. Yes. I forgot the name, Michael. How can you imagine? Yeah. Look, I the opponents of prop ten or outspending the supporters enormously. But and they have the real estate folks who are supporting the no on ten campaign who want to keep the status quo. They have more money to get their message out. There's no question, but we are also putting our ads on TV. And we're getting our message out to a variety of forums. We hope to do more. I'm glad to be talking with you Michael with your listeners about it. Because we need to get the message out about how important prop ten is. I'll let me talk about money with Pat sable house. I mean, the money's coming mainly from the real estate industry, and developers is it. Not pat. It it it. I don't know the answer specifically, Michael except that the the California apartment owners association has taken a big lead on this in in in an I think the the donations that they're receiving or or spread throughout the state from the small individual homeowner who is who is renting out their house to to other larger apartment, owner complexes. But I I don't I don't know the exact amount of the money and in exactly what what what is being contributed concede. It's a lot of money. It is a lot of money in in the and I was tell you that the California council for voidable housing is doing this because not because we put any money into it. We did not contribute any money. We have contributed fifty thousand dollars to the to the proposition one campaign for the four billion dollar bond issue because we think that is the better solution, not not rent control. Let's go. The figure maybe from you guys about three times the opposition thirty four million was the last figure I saw square. Yeah. I think you know, the latest I saw was about a little over twenty for the yes side a little over sixty for the no side. I think beyond money though, I do think there's kind of an inherent advantage built in for the for the no side on this. And the fact that the realtors have largely been, you know, well organized the apartment association, I should say has been, you know, well organized for years, and when we talk about renters were often talking about a mobile population that may not be set in the same place for a while as politically involved in a set area. So I think obviously the money's a huge factor in this campaign. But I do think that there is some organizational advantages that the no side has built in and we should mention again that Michael Weinstein is with the what was the name aids healthcare down in LA question for you, Brian, Catherine rights, people assume if prompt and passes cities will automatically enact, the strictest former rent control. Can you ask the pretend advocate? Katherine says to talk about what rent control policy cities would likely enact if it passes. Well, that's a great question. Number one. I think what wanna go back to something that guy mentioned at the outset. Which is to keep in mind that when pretend passes if the voters passed prop tend all it does is restore the authority to local voters and local governments to consider additional policies in record trade policy that they don't currently have. But before the real estate industry passed the cost of Hawkins act and limited. Local discretion around us issue. We'd know what local voters did mogul voters in every jurisdiction to California, for example, with no direction from the state legislature enacted rent control policies that exempted new construction many of them adopted policies that provide an exemption for owner occupied housing or for certain forms of single family housing. And there's a split among this issue. A vacancy control some had vacancy controls some did not. So there's really no reason to assume that if we put. That we if we pass ten and restore the authority of local voters to make these choices that they will do something different than they did when they enacted these policies. Precor Hawkins what it will do is give a lot more flexibility for cities to consider their particular needs. What is the housing stock in that particular city, and how should we apply it? If we decided to adopt a wreck control policy is there some hybrid version vacancy control that would be that works better in our city right now, they're handcuffed. They can't make those decisions because the state has has intervened for decades and tell them they can't. And now it's time to give that peace back to local decision makers to make decisions in this housing crisis. That are tied to what is happening in their city. All right. I want to bring more callers aboard we go next to Stephanie and Santa Rosa good morning. My question. I just I'm thinking about retirement, and I just bought a townhouse in Santa Rosa for the purpose of renting it out, but mine mortgages, pretty high. Instead the rent's pretty high. I'm not to make profit on a rent. I'm going to build equity. For sale later. How would rent control affect me make my rent that? I can collect lower than what my mortgage is direct question. You want to answer. Sure. I mean, I should say Santa Rosa. There's been local efforts to put in place rent control on the local level in recent years that have failed. So, you know, in in your case, specifically Santa Rosa has no rent control law on the books. You know, the council or you know, an initiative could make that happen in the future. But you know, once this election is certified hypothetically, if proposition ten were to pass nothing would change immediately in Santa Rosa. Let me thank you for the call Katherine. And we'll go right to an Stephanie excuse me, go right to another caller. And that's Eric. China's. Hi, thank you, Derek. And you know, I was just calling. I'm just a well how to put out the the hypocrisy that I feel is being set forth by the opposing side, and it echoes what we just heard from Brian. And that is that the idea is to allow local government to make decisions a Republican legislature signed by David put into place CASA Hopkins, which is contrary to what they normally preach the idea that let local government instead of the head of the state making decisions and always thinking to do with pop ten is to allow local governments to make decision and the populations in the government. Don't like it. They of course, can make changes to their local government and make changes to those decisions. So it's really often. Is there a conservative idea, which is to not have government overriding over your large overlying the decision of local government? I think that there was a lot of misinformation about that. I think that the clarity that people. Let me thank you for the call and go right to pets able house. What would you say Eric's argument, Pat? I am. I am sympathetic to to what Eric is saying about about local control, except for the fact that local governments throughout California in many instances have have not functioned effectively with regard to dealing with this this shortage of multifamily housing, specifically, it you you look at he talked about state laws being imposed upon local jurisdictions, in some cases that was that was essential because local governments wouldn't wouldn't take in deal with the problem at hand. Good good example of that is when the housing element law of the general plan was was passed some twenty five years ago that it that impose upon local government the requirement that they had to to to determine what kind of housing needs. They were facing in their Jewish diction. And then they had to lay out a plan in find a enough sites..

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KQED Radio

07:14 min | 3 years ago

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"Welcome to forum. I'm Michael Krasny. Proposition. Ten would repeal the cost of Hawkins rental housing act and allow cities and counties in California to enact more comprehensive control laws, currently the counties that do have rent control or not allowed to place limits on single family homes or units built after nineteen ninety-five. Costal Hawkins also protects landlords ability to raise rents to market rate after a tenant moves out. And as part of our election two thousand eighteen coverage. We're going to hear from both sides on proposition ten and the debate. And joining us now here in studio to help flesh out. What is all about that is what proposition Tana's all obscurity, reporter guy, Maserati guy? Welcome. Good morning. Michael good morning to you will also welcome Brian Augusta. Who represents the yes on prop ten campaign, and he's director of the California rural legal assistance foundation. Could have you. Brian augusta. Thank you, Michael. And also good to have pets able house who also joins us for the debate three have guy flesh things out for us. Pas and Pat sable house represents the no on ten campaign. He's also executive director of the California council for affordable housing pets laws. Welcome. Thank you very much, Michael. And now the world assembled. Let me go to guy Maserati in a guy. Let's talk about what is in this, essentially, we're talking about local control. Absolutely. I think that's a really easy. Good way to think about this for the vast majority of California cities. This is about local control. If you don't have a rent control on the books, if proposition ten were to pass he said, he's would suddenly have the power to enact rent control, limit rent increases on the local level, something that the state has largely banned for the last few decades now for the fifteen or so cities that have rent control laws on the books. It's not all about local control. It's there's actually some things that could happen right away. If proposition ten passes, you know, some laws that have been kind of frozen for decades. Suddenly rent control ordinance has become active again Kosta Hawkins, which this would repeal was passed by one vote back in nineteen ninety-five, but we've had rent control ordinances, which are ineffective Berkeley has gone to the trouble of actually putting another proposal. In in the event that proposition ten passes. Absolutely. I think they're Berkeley's kind of far ahead of other bay area cities on this. They have a plan in place as you mentioned if prop ten passes they have a measure on their ballot. You know, that voters would have to vote separately on locally that kind of maps out a post prop ten rent control future for the city, basically setting rent levels right now is a new baseline, and then easing buildings into rent control that is buildings that would age on their twentieth birthday so to speak with suddenly become eligible for rent control ordinance. Also does not address vacancy decontrol this idea that when a apartment goes vacant that was rent controlled than a new tenant moves in landlords can bring that back up to market rate in Berkeley there used to be limits on that. Landlords weren't able to bring the prices back up to market rate. That's not addressed in this local measure, so vacancy control would return to Berkeley of prop ten passes Mukasa is actually illuminated vacancy control. Absolutely. So that was one of these things explicitly in cost Hawkins was a statewide ban on all vacancy control measure, so for the cities that had vacancy control before nineteen ninety-five, you know, that that was frozen, and and you know. Could come back if prompt ten passes and prompt and passes is going to require majority. That's right. I mean, it will require a majority for the for the ballot a pass on the ballot. But then you know in each individual city the council or on a local ballot. This will have to be taken up individually. So it's not as if if prop ten passes in November suddenly rent control becomes the law of the land in California, huge amount of money in this campaign. Let's talk about that. Can we break it down? What about sixty million and counting at this point? Yeah. And I think, you know, the the no side so far has far outspent the yes side. But the politics of the campaign finance is actually played a big role in this campaign. Both sides have sought to highlight the donors on the. Yes, I this is largely Michael Weinstein who heads the ten million dollars. Yeah. I mean, but far and away. The biggest donor for the yes campaign should identify who he is his leads the aids healthcare foundation in Los Angeles. He was the backer of previously unsuccessful statewide measures around prescrip-. Drug prices condoms in in adult films. So this is his latest effort, and he's been highlighted by the no campaign on the other side, you have developers largely funding the no campaign, and that actually, you know, played out when the state Democratic Party chose to endorse proposition. Ten one of the reasons that they gave was oh, whoa. Look at these largely Republican affiliated developers backing the no campaign, including you know, this particular developer, Michael Hayden, Orange County who is a longtime Trump supporters. They sought to kind of highlight the backers of the no side as a reason to get behind proposition. Ten bass ready here in studio with us is reporter with California politics and government desk. Could you say something about the fact that the Sacramento bee? And I guess others are reporting that the tennis falling behind now lagging somewhat. Yeah, we've seen that in poll after poll surprisingly, even in the bay area. And that was the findings of the latest poll you'd think the bay area. Where we already have nine cities with rent control laws on the books where there historically has been support for rent control in places like San Francisco and Berkeley and Oakland there it's it's trailing as well. So I think both in the finances and in early polling. It seems like proposition ten has some work to let me ask you one other question before we get into the debate. And that has to do with it always comes up when we talk about any proposition on the ballot, and I should say, the California Democratic party has endorsed proposition. But David Chiu, for example, was trying to lead the charge here and get this through the legislature. And again, it didn't get through. I mean, we've seen time and time again in the legislature just an inability to even reform cost a Hawkins. And I think that was kind of the push me the initial push behind this proposition is that reforms and gradual changes to this law has not been able to get through the legislature. And so you're now seeing something I guess the most drastic step you could see which is they complete repeal of cost Hawkins go into the ballot. But you mentioned. You know, the Democratic Party, and we can talk about this throughout the hour. But it's been fascinating to see how it's split. Democrats have their certain Democrats on the progressive side of the party that are really pushing this. But you see candidates at the top of the ticket like gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom against proposition. Ten so that's been really interesting to see. Well, let's go under the debate. Ryan Augusta again directs the California rural legal assistance foundation represents. Yes. On ten and we always begin with those who are in favor of propositions when we take on the prepositions, and well, you can argue local control. What else do you argue Brian? Thank you, Michael. And I let me just correct one thing. I'll get in trouble with my boss. You've you've given me a promotion. I'm not the director. I'm I'm Cal on legislative advocate for Sierra Leone foundation. But we should get you in trouble with your boss. So I'm glad. Thank you. A few things. First of all, California is in the midst of.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well, I first of all I think that the evidence is you think that's a red herring. I think that's a red herring. There. We have recent studies review UC Berkeley at UCLA that all demonstrate that rent stabilization policy that made community stronger they provide for economic and housing stability. And enhanced the affordability. We talked earlier about tenants who are protected by Rankin all those folks could continue to live in high cities only because of the presence of Rick control. So we really are what we're talking about. Here is how do we balance that how do we balance? These investor backed interests like Blackstone, who by the way, their CEO who's a close ally. Donald Trump is but six point eight million into trying to defeat this measure and they own single family homes throughout California. Those investor backed entities or buying up homes and exploiting this housing crisis on the backs of renner's that that is something that local governments can respond to we can balance it. With the needs of renters. We could have fair return for the landlords and create a stable housing policy that protects renner's and increases that production of housing overall in these high coffee, you've just given the argument in favor of ten and we've got seconds left. Pat sable house. What's the main argument against ten? That it. It's a supply problem. It's not it's not a problem. It's going to be resolved with the regulatory process at the local level. If you if you do anything that that will will basically stop developers from investing in multifamily housing, not just not just low income housing, but more multifamily housing that we'll be reaching middle income people that have been receiving no no help at all. And as I said earlier, there's no there's no means testing in this balanced. We're going to have to leave it there. We have a link of these proposition guide at our website kick you need at org slash forum, which I hope you will avail yourself on..

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KQED Radio

12:37 min | 3 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Journalists Ben Bradley, jR, went to one Pennsylvania county that voted twice for Obama. And then for Trump and profiled voters. There are talked to a woman for whom Trump was literally sent by God, she believed that Trump was sent to cure America's political dysfunction. That's next time on here. And now. Stay with us for the here. And now program it's coming up right after forum beginning at eleven o'clock here on cake. This is forum. I'm Michael Krasny. We are discussing proposition ten which will be on the California ballot. That would repeal cost a Hawkins and allow rent control to expand. And the big question is how it would affect a local ordinances, and what local governments would decide about this. There's a lot of key questions about this. And we're trying to go to the heart of them and guy marzorati with us as well as Brian Augusta and. Pets able house. Actually, let me go back to you on. This question guy about been conflicting reports about control it helps it hurts. What do you make of it as a reporter? Well, I think that you know, the legislative analyst's office report that really sum this up in a straightforward way. They found four reductions associated with proposition ten the potential passage of proposition ten a reduction in rents which is pretty straightforward a reduction in the availability of rental units. That is there's new incentive for landlords to take those units and seldom get out of the rental market. The third reduction is a reduction in property values note, and you know, those same properties that were able to be rented out for a higher price or no longer worth as much, and then the fourth is a reduction in mobility that is you know, when people are in Iran control department, a they're able to stay in their they're stable, they're they may not be forced out because of rent hikes. But there's also really no incentive to be searching for other places to live. If you have a rent controlled department, and you know, so those. I think put put it in a very straightforward way. But as you said at the top so much of this depends on what cities do after the potential passage of proposition. Ten and so much depends on the turnout. I mean, there's a lot of questions about how many young people will turn out and how much it affects people personally and all the rest of that. But what has one other political question? I know you've been covering this race in the East Bay. There's an assembly race for the fifteenth district, and you've got to candidates kind of maybe a canary in a coal mine because one of the candidates devante Beckles is in favor of prop and the candidate in opposition to her Buffy wicks is saying I'm kind of waiting to see what happens. Yeah. Now, she's has come out and said, I'm opposed to proposition ten and it's really a real indicator of how this is split Democrats. So there you have to Democrats running in this, you know, top two general election Buffy wicks, who's more traditional democrat vodka backhoes who identifies as a democratic socialist Beckles has really staked her campaign and tied it very closely to the yes on ten campaign to over. Turn cost to Hawkins that she's made that a kind of signature issue in this race. And it shows a liberal district, which includes Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond cities that already have some kind of rent control laws on the books. This is a very powerful issue. And it's one that you know, like, I mentioned before has split Democrats. I think the eighty fifteen races a really good example that we've been talking again about how much money's being pumped into this race, particularly by opponents to prop timber. Let's go to our callers. And let's not Terry on that score. And they have to say or ask we start with you, Catherine. You're on the air. Good morning. I like to ask why is it that landlord have to bear the burden of subsidising the housing crisis for lack of building that has been substantiated? You know, we are stuck with bad legislation when the job's eventually possibly could go away, you know, Google, Facebook, whomever. I decide to go to Detroit for all we know. And here we are stuck with bad legislation. Sure. This guy goes. Yeah. I mean, I think it's fair, you know, landlords as we mentioned are guaranteed by state law to write a fair return. But there's a process involved in that, and it would definitely add to both the burden on landlords and also on city administration. I mean, I think you talk about something like vacancy control, if you know landlords are limited in how much they can raise a rant. When attendant moves out. They can they're still entitled to getting a fair compensation, but they may have to go petition, you know, the cities rent board. If there's a rent control ordinance on the books, and that creates a kind of a logjam both in terms of administration, but also time both on the part of local governments and on the part of landlords if they're following through with that. Here's Jessica who says wouldn't pretend basically to slap another level of bureaucracy on top of the government that has mishandled California's housing situation over the last several years, I think this is actually like a big talking point on the no campaign is that we've seen largely an effort on the state level to take housing control away from local government, the idea being that with the lack of development locally, you know. Local governments are to blame for the housing production shortage that we have this would kind of put the pendulum back the other way hand more power to local governments. So I think that's definitely, you know, that's a that's a real split here in the in the ten campaign couple of questions for you Brian Augusta. Let me read you a question a listener named Susan asks she says is there a no on ten blitz on TV. I haven't heard a single, yes. On ten add why is this money? I mean, I think you know, we've had the same answer. Brian Augusta from you. I mean, you got ten million. We said before from. The age group. The guy alluded to Martin Weinstein. Yeah. Go ahead. I'm sorry. Oh, my Weinstein. Yes. I forgot the name Michael huffy imagine. Yeah. Look, I the opponents of prop ten are outspending the supporters enormously. But and and they have the real estate folks who are supporting the no on ten campaign who want to keep the satis quo. They have more money to get their message out. There's no question, but we are also putting our ads on TV. And we're getting our message out through a variety of forums. We hope to do more. I'm glad to be talking with you, Michael. And with your listeners about it. Because we need to get the message out about how important prop ten is. I'll let me talk about money with Pat sable house. I mean, the money's coming mainly from the real estate industry, and developers is it. Not pat. It. I I don't know the answer specifically, Michael except that the the California apartment owners association has taken a big lead on this in in in an I think the the donations that they're receiving or or spread throughout the state from the small individual homeowner who is who is running out their house to to other larger apartment owner complex. But I don't I don't know the exact amount of the money and an exactly what what what is being contribute. You would concede. It's a lot of money. It is a lot of money in in. And I will tell you that the California council for voidable housing is doing this. Because not because we we put any money into it. We did not contribute any money. We have contributed fifty thousand dollars to the to the proposition one campaign for the four billion dollar bond issue because we think that is the better solution, not not rent control. Now. Let's go. Figure maybe from you guy about three times the opposition thirty four million was the last figure I saw square. Yeah. I think you know, the latest I saw was about a little over twenty for the yes side a little over sixty for the no side. I think beyond money though, I do think there's kind of an inherent advantage built-in for the for the no side on this. And the fact that the realtors have largely been we know well organized the apartment association, I should say has been, you know, well organized for years, and when we talk about renters were often talking about a mobile population that may not be set in the same place for a while as politically involved in a set area. So I think obviously the money's a huge factor in this campaign. But I do think that there is some organizational advantages that the no side has built in and we should mention again that Michael Weiss says with the what was the name aids healthcare down in LA question for you, Brian, Catherine rights, people assume pretend passes cities will automatically enact a strictest former rent control. Can you ask the prophet and advocate? Katherine says to talk about what rent control policies cities would likely enact if it passes. Well, that's a great question. Number one. I think what I want to go back to something that guy mentioned at the outset. Which is to keep in mind that would prompt passes if the voters passed Brompton end, all it does is restore the authority to local voters and local governments to consider additional policies in record troll policy that they don't currently have. But before the real estate industry passed the cost of Hawkins act and limited. Local discretion around us issue. We know what local voters did local voters in every jurisdiction to California, for example, with no direction from the state legislature enacted control policies that exempted new construction many of them adopted policies that provide an exemption for owner occupied housing or for certain forms of single family housing. And there's a split among this issue. A vacancy control sound had vacancy controls some did not. So there's really no reason to assume that if we put that we if we pass brought ten and restore the authority of local voters to make these choices that they will do something different than they did when they enacted these policies pre cost Hawkins what it will do is give a lot more flexibility for cities to consider their particular needs. What is the housing stock in that particular city, and how should we apply if we decided to adopt a wreck control? Policy. Is there some hybrid version of vacancy control that would be that works better in our city right now, they're handcuffed. They can't make those decisions because the state has for has intervened for decades and tell them they can't. And now it's time to give that peace back to local decision makers to make decisions in this housing crisis. That are tied to what is happening in their city. I want to bring more callers aboard we go next to Stephanie in Santa Rosa, good morning. My question. I just I'm thinking about retirement, and I just bought a townhouse in Santa Rosa for the purpose of renting out, but mine mortgage is pretty high instead runs pretty high. I'm not to make profit on a on rent. I'm going to build equity for sale later. How would rent control affect me read it make my rent that? I can collect lower than what my mortgage is direct question. You want to answer. Sure. I mean, I should say Santa Rosa. There's been local efforts to put in place rent control and the local level in recent years that have failed. So, you know, in in your case, specifically Santa Rosa has no rent control law on the books. You know that the council or you know, an initiative could make that happen in the future. But you know, once this election is certified hypothetically, if proposition ten were to pass nothing would change immediately in Santa Rosa. So let me thank you for the call Katherine and we'll go right to an Stephanie excuse me. Right to another caller. And that's Eric. China's. Hi, thank you, Derek. And you know, I was just calling. I just a well how to put out the the hypocrisy that I feel is being set forth by the opposing ten side, and it echoes what we just heard from Brian. And that is that the idea is to allow local governments to make decisions a all Republican legislature signed by David put into place hocken, which is so contrary to what they normally preach the idea that let local government is gonna be the head of the state making decisions and always thinking to do with pop Penn is to allow local governments to make decisions and the populations government. Don't like it. They, of course, can make changes to their local government and make changes to deficient. So it's really what often is there. A conservative idea, which is to not have government overriding over the large overriding the decision of local government. And I think that there's a lot of misinformation about that. I think that's kind of the clarity that people need. Let me thank you for the call and go right to pass able house. What would you say Eric's argument, Pat? I am..

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KTAR 92.3FM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"sable house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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