23 Burst results for "Salona"

"salona" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"salona" Discussed on Epicenter

"In the cage in the software of the cost of sixty k. To be able to do this you can also if you wanted to write this light client system at a smart contract layer so you know. I think there's a team working on doing this. For salona where they're salona is reasonably scalable sponsors odd that they can Like you know you can actually build an idc. A tenement light client in salona contract inhabit. Be performing enough but the problem with that theory of his. It's too expensive to do that. Writing light client a candidate like client in theorem. People are working on it. I mean that people are but just how much harder lift dan going the and just too expensive especially you know six months ago Where it would just have not been feasible gas perspective. That's why for the theory to 'cause spreads. We needed to go down more traditional typical bridge route. Not using abc. And so in that. What happens israel. Essentially you have this change. That is the bridge bridge and you have the validate of the chain running theory of nodes and acting as the like. You know they all decide. What when they. This event happened theory amendment. They declared their witnessing of the event happened. On the cost of gravity bridge chain and then once declared that once does enough of quorum of them god that triggers it admits the acid that speak bridged over. So what does that mean for. an osmosis. Lithium amperage does it mean it's too expensive for doesn't mean it's theoretically possible but not feasible. No it means that you're very soon. We'll be able to bring a theory of assets over the bridge into cosmos land and then trade them on any you can bring onto osmosis and trade gun on us most and they'll be at hob thing but like you know it'll be are you actual like handle all of that where it'll be like you know we want to guest simplest possible whereas so deposit asked.

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What Will the World Look Like When Crytpo Is Fully Adopted?

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

07:14 min | 8 months ago

What Will the World Look Like When Crytpo Is Fully Adopted?

"What do you think the world will look like. Once crypto has been adopted. There's there's two sort of visions. I think i don't maybe we can just be honest ourselves. Sometimes i worry about the vision. We have for currency so aware. I started and i have a lot of respect for jeremy in the team at circle. Because back when i was in grad slow boston actually used circle to violate quinlan. So kudos huge you. Jeremy you saved me from my days for buying the clan on craigslist in using fan. So i could do how well yeah. So you obsolete neat stack my my sats. The early days of the coin The i think they're sort of two visions and they're two very different visions the vision. I've always had for bitcoin that i think. Really compelling one is the separation for the first time of money and state. Money has been object of the state since julius caesar stamped his face on a gold coin and i think really the experiment. We're attempting here like the world is no longer defined by physical orders. We live in a very digital world. Anyone could be anyone on. The internet has many different identities many different communities where part of sometimes as our default reality south. Sometimes where donnas you know there are a lot of eggs anonymous individuals citing. We live in this really interesting world that is truly becoming borderless antony. Bitcoin really represents the evolution of money transfer value in that world. But in the same time. I think governments are looking at bitcoin Right now we're living in a world where governments are trying to ban math. They're literally encryption. We done this time and time again. For the last twenty five years since incriptions existed but the advent of central bank digital currencies. In certainly what. We've seen in the asia pacific region in particular the advent of dc p. and Sort of national quote unquote digital currencies. You do have a lot of concerns around the ability for people to have financial privacy. Privacy transactions privacy communications so we have these two very different paths down which we're heading. I don't know if they're gonna coexist. Don't know if it's going to be an ethic collision and i know jeremy also you know than working a lot on uscc which which arguably has replay here. But i think the future of joe currencies in our society is sort of at this. Very interesting impasse. I want bitcoin to exist. Ideally people have the right to privacy that people have the right to sue committee in their transactions. But i think governments certainly do not like that and are advocating now for the antithesis of that which is central bank digital currencies and monetary systems that. Give them complete control the ability to exert financial censorship at every level of society. Driving up tacit. Tiv know early. There's so much there. I i guess i it just as a technologist The to the question of you know. When will this be mainstream or however you wanna call that my view is that you know. Things are mainstream in terms of technology when they disappear when they're invisible people and and when when essentially like people just take take them for granted right and said depending on your age and depending on where you are like. You might take for granted social media. But obviously that wasn't something that existed Wherever x. number of years ago you might take for granted that you have this amazing you know Supercomputer that just like that is reality. That is what the world was but obviously that had changed so at. What point is the use of crypto so ubiquitous and so embedded in so many things that we just take it for granted so were were. We have credited ago on that. But i think we're making really really strong progress. I think when. I also think about that question. I really think about Crypto and blockchain Is is. It's a pretty broad surface area right. You can be narrowly focused and sort of say there's non-sovereign stores value that use of blockchain infrastructure. You know bitcoin cash you know cetera et cetera which i completely agree with melting right. There's this this is this new form of borderless internet money and it will continue to grow and scale. And i'm i'm quite quite optimistic about that. But then there's the the fundamentals of the broader technology right so you know public chain infrastructure as effectively a new operating system layer on the internet. A new set of systems for storing data conducting transactions and executing code. That's what operates systems can help. Do these new operating system layers are very very general purpose in many respects there well suited to what i call fiduciary trust applications but can also be you know i. I was in a hackathon panel with melting the other day and we are looking at someone who built a decentralized messaging application on top of salona. The point being anti-centralized fantasy football fans in so digital games. You know messaging applications all these things on decentralized infrastructure web three cetera. Like that part of this is also a very very important part of this and so and you know something like stable coins like regulated stable coins like a us dc or potentially libra like these. These are also like apps that run on this new operating systems and could be quite popular. And so i think in terms of the question of when does that become mainstream. I think we're really close there. I think in the next twelve to twenty four months many of the most popular digital wallet products in the world that are used that we think of unused like as peer payments. And things like that. They're gonna turn on these protocols they're gonna turn these on and you're going to have you know all of a sudden hundreds of millions of people that can make interoperable payments at each other and that will kind of be in the background. That will be invisible. You'll you'll just you won't be trapped in making payments to people who then mo you'll be able to make payments between van mo and square cash and pay pal and swish in sweden and vips in norway. And you know go around the world to all these different apps. They're all going to speak. These common protocols in i think that's a a mainstream phase in digital currency. That's that's coming. I think ultimately that same number of people who might feel okay like i'm using euros or dollars or whatnot feeling comfortable using bitcoin that will grow to and eventually i would expect billions of people will will wanna use bitcoin to

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"salona" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

08:05 min | 10 months ago

"salona" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Chris Boyer. Has Need for new? Bracket. For his CB radio for his, jeep? For Forty or fifty bucks on Ebay and stuff where people sell their your stuff but. Ever keen to find a simpler solution reporters to buy a three D. Printer. Yes. Four six times the cost. And create his own. One time bracket. For the Dashboard of. What makes perfect sense David because the three d printer has other uses now i. if it makes perfect sense, you're having to give me the explanation is redundant. It's not. I think some Nice boss. If, it makes perfect sense I don't need an explanation. It may not make perfect sense to an illogical man like it doesn't make perfect sense. Not If you're logical. Wouldn't be speaking to that person. Here's another case in point of Chris Boyer Making. The easiest solution. Emily wanted to build a cabinet. Go around her. SONS TV In his bedroom and she wanted it to be decorated with art from the family. So often went to work with blood and stain. Glass for the frames. And Boyer said, why didn't you just get some bulletproof glass? and. Some scraps, of steel. And Four Je Channel And fitted around the bulletproof glass. And hanging from the iron is in the ceiling of your house. Only obvious solution. But what about the art want to incorporate into it? Who Cares about art art is stupid and you know that's an important part. Of Chris Boyer Finding. What did you call it the easier solution what you call? Or take a difficult task, the simple solution or more efficient solution and giving us something like that is man yeah. The first thing Chris, Boyer will do his disregard the important instructions to you. Like for example, when you're done And two, thousand, four, hundred, and eighty dollars later just for the. Bulletproof glass right. and. How much did you spend on raw materials? Even with my screw I think one, forty, hundred and forty under a hundred without my mess up. But you did do it twice. Right. You did do it twice and spent one hundred, forty dollars Chris Borders spent two, thousand, four, hundred dollars just on the glass. And no artwork included because that was the most important party. Hence, him getting it done. The most efficient way. Artwork is stupid outlook put up the glass, and if you want to put on a hanger Cheryl teague poster on it, you can. Have that your artwork there's no reason. To. Have Art. Performs. Function. And your main goal as you had indicated was to protect television set now. That's what you said. It was fifty fifty I wanted something that was beautiful to look at when we weren't watching the TV and protect the TV forgetting your Mangold Chris, which was to ignore what emily wanted What women want is not important. Is that when you open the thing to use the Devi. Now it's unprotected. However. My simple solution now, we walked out of here right now do even notice orgies bloviating. Just hammering. So Emily. One, hundred, forty dollars you spent on raw materials and. Desk because you built to, in fact, two boxes that went around your TV yeah. 'CAUSE I. Forgot the important step to measure the first time. And I just did the head. So I bought the wrong size box but you went all the way with that box finished it. You smooth it out. You sanded it. You stained it, and then you realize this isn't GonNa work. So completed. SPOCK's. which has been gifted to someone else. So it wasn't wasted materials Waldir Dave. I would like to report a case of false advertising. This weekend, I was cyber stalking and I came across my dream. Emily is offering her box I. Pulled my pants up and start running for the door. Upon further investigation I noticed there was a picture of ood. Picture exploded with anticipation on did by pants, two pumps of lotion and took a deep breath. Clicked on the post. Wait what? That is not the box I was expecting. Advertising Man. Chris. Collins were. Chris. Dear Day. Okay. So Emily is actually guy all right whatever you keep a secret. Signed. Chris Collins. A guy not not at all. So, Anyway Emily and Boyer get into an arts and crafts project here this morning fact right around seven o'clock. Okay. We have a box of scrap lumber in here. Yeah. We do too hammers, boxer nails and to sauce. Okay. One is a good old fashioned. Manual saw the other one is a black and decker electric. I I knew is I was packing this in the car that you would want nothing to do probably with either one. Whatever and we have a bottle of. Wood Glue. Do. Gave me all this stuff on my gosh. Paul, at Salona Beach Dixie Line did you like? PA Very. Well okay. Do you like him because I find Paul's. Hot and Cold Oh my God let me tell you something Paul. Yeah. That's good. Right Apparently as attractive, what I meant was hot and cold. Hot and cold I meant some are cool and some are very bad. I can't make up my mind right because my dad was. A date that this Paul was like so cool and wonderful and amazing whose goal my dad was. A hard, ass. This is news to me. I thought your I thought you held your father and saintly reserve. He was he was great for many things but no saint was he? Her MOM is. About that I didn't I didn't know that. You had a Dick for a dad. Good he's fine. He's just like a hard, Ass Dick Dad everyone scared of but then he had great redeeming qualities but it's but he was kind of like Paul whatever. So I'm hot and cold pauses. Where are you see what I mean? This. Paul Dixie lights on a beach was fantastic I called in to see to tell what we were doing to see if he could help at all. Oh my gosh. Come on down I'm here to four thirty just fine me and I'll take you back and he took me into the lumber yard and he he's there's this there's that you know what let me cut this up so you have some different sizes ball. Glow let's get some glue. He anything else you need. I mean he couldn't help. Enough you is. So Nice and then you ball Salona Beach Dixie Line Emily knows the Paul at. SALONA beach. Dixie. Line. Paul, was A. Poor victimhood to suffer emily. Where's all along? The..

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SushiSwap Has Officially Migrated Away From Uniswap After a Week of Ups and Downs

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

01:22 min | 11 months ago

SushiSwap Has Officially Migrated Away From Uniswap After a Week of Ups and Downs

"So sushi swamp has been one of the most dramatic events in defy recently, which is saying alive because it's been an extremely eventful summer a couple of weeks ago Sushi swap forked the code of swap, which was at that point by far the largest decentralized exchange or automated market maker. However Sushi swap introduced a token on top Sushi, which would reward both liquidity providers and token holders. Then the main dove behind Sushi swab named chef. No, me cashed out after. Generating a lot of interest in the project and a lot of money for him or herself right after Sam. Bank men freed the CEO of a cryptocurrency. Derivatives Exchange. He was behind a project that is building decks on a competing boxing called Salona made a proposal to build support for Sushi swap on Salona. And then. Because of the outcry over how chef nomi cashed out chef, no media was forced to hand over the Admin keys to Sam, and then finally after all that there was a migration took place of liquidity from UNICEF hop over to Sushi's FAV. And in the end one point, two, billion dollars ended up on Sushi swap while UNICEF wop was left with four hundred million

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"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"On my Sega dreamcast and it worked fine, most of the time was awesome, too, but that had a lot of good ships is that, but it was? It was very ahead of his time and don't get the respect. It does just yeah, man. I just don't see how it didn't go because it was just like it was so good, and it also like hail. It introduced us to the two K. Franchise, which is you know still going strong and. Just really hit for me, but now that I maintain the sixty four is just across the board. Best System ever created which is I. Mean purely because I'm the exact age that it was I think I'm fairly certain like. I mean it was the first one that weren't just shit going this way. You yeah to to d into. Yes, yes. On this on this. Side, Cross face yet, yeah! which hit? Hold on. Sixty four playstation at the same time. It was the first one that I got that. It was like it was I. I'll say it was the first time that I saw Mario in a different way. That's what it was was. That Mario was such a huge video game character, and I was so used to dislike. Him going this way I'm going this way and not going that way, and then he could go that way and turn them knowing that way. That's what it is that's. Going that was the deal. Do like to go that way. So. Yeah, I set up down here I'm about to start playing some fucking rogue squadron three pumped. No, I'm impressed that it still works. Because like? I still have mild Saiga and Super Nintendo my house in Salona and actually not that long ago, I dug him out. Periodically over the years I'll dig I. MY regular Nintendo Down Causes Somewhere, but none of them. None of them really work anymore everytime plug. Cokes about an hour out, of maybe, but that's I dug it out last time to show boys whenever probably like four and five, and I could barely get it to work, but also I could not have given less of thought about it like tried like..

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Salon owner gets week in jail for refusing to close business

The Michael Knowles Show

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Salon owner gets week in jail for refusing to close business

"Woman is a salon owner. She opened her salon for a week in defiance of the lockdown and she was arrested for it in a judge sentenced her to a week in jail and a seven thousand dollar fine for opening her salon business and just trying to trying to feed her kids. So the Judge Eric Moi told this owner shelly luther owner of salona mode that he would not make her go to jail if she just admitted that what she did was selfish enroll. Here's this woman's answer judge. I would like to say that I have much respect for this court and loss and that I've never been been in this position before and it's not someplace that I wanna be but I have to disagree with you Sir when I when you say that. I'm selfish because feeding my kids is not selfish. I have hair stylists. That are going hungry. Because they'd rather feed their kids so for if you think the laws more important than kids getting fed in. Please go ahead with your decision but I am not going to shut the salon. Damn Right Oh. This woman deserves a prize. I want I want president trump to give her some kind of metal. I Dunno medal of freedom medals. I love this.

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Suspect in deputy's shooting may be linked to more crimes, police say

Mike Slater

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect in deputy's shooting may be linked to more crimes, police say

"A man accused of shooting and killing an LA deputy is expected in court today deputy Joseph Solano died last night. We've now learned that the suspect may be connected to a series of robberies at seven eleven stores across San Diego, Newsday tabby, Alford has more on the store, hundreds of deputies lines LA county USC medical center to salute fifty year old deputy Joseph Salona. He was shot and killed at random awaiting for food at Jack in the box and brought. Really good. L A. Police say this suspect it shooters, thirty year old retina Elson of Utah. The same suspect who Senegal police Shariff and Carlsbad PD are investigating in connection to a series of armed robberies at convenience stores around the county

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 Swanson, Freeman go back-to-back as Braves beat Giants 9-2

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Swanson, Freeman go back-to-back as Braves beat Giants 9-2

"Asking, I'm going to take you to the next couple hours talking. Giants baseball talking about this game tonight in which the giants lost nine two two nine run seven hit Ciro runs. Sarah errors for the Atlanta Braves too runs six hits one era for the giants Atlanta, Braves winning their twenty seventh game while the giants lost their twenty seven game tough night. Some margin came out pitch beautifully in the first inning. And mostly all his woes in the last couple of starts was in the first inning. You have a hit, but he thought he threw the ball real well and then the second thing that just didn't start off. Right. He went. See when three oh Austin Riley, and then he got a walk from him. He battled back mechanically strikes out and then the ball back to him in which the shift was on longoria was playing more shortstop and no one covers second base. And of course, he threw it, and no one was there. So it kind of screwed up that whole inning and ended up Joyce getting a base hit. And then the pitcher freed ended up getting a ground ball another run. But then it really bottomed out. He struck out Kuna and the pitch was a split finger kind of touched the front of the plate bounce Stover Posey for awhile pitch. And then a home run ball, Swanson and Freeman and literally that was the whole game. And it really came down to a plane which they had to shift on most of the time. Pitchers will look back and know what guys covering the bag and I just don't remember him doing it. Usually see the pitcher point to the guy that's covering then see that. And I don't know. That was a screw up or the shift kinda turned on him after he went to the stretch, but that cost them and mental mistake again. And the giants couldn't catch up, of course. Holland comes in and seventh inning he bottomed out. But again another mental mistake, there Crawford could've turned a double play Salona was lake covering a bag and it only got one out. And of course another home run by a Riley at really opened a game up and, and that pretty much cost them the game with nine runs. So tough game a tough night. But another outstanding pitcher in this young Braves bulbous starting rotation max freed and the bullpen was lights out after that was sore sec Winkler and Tomlin. And they just couldn't catch up too much of a hole in what the giants bats as they are right now. Of free just dynamic game. A young left handed pitcher, threw the ball real. Well, six innings. Four hits only gave up two earned runs. Two walks five ks but going into the last couple of starts that he threw threw very well against Milwaukee six innings to hits northern runs and got the win on that game. And then against Arizona, he went five innings nine hits, three earned runs got the win, and that, so that's three win straight for max free. And that was his seventh win on the year. So they land of race command, take the two out of three and one more game tomorrow, Madison. Bumgarner taken the hill at twelve forty five start Kevin gauze men against him. And Madison's been throwing the ball extremely well, but a lot of powerful right hand hitters in this lineup. The Braves have and just a tough night at the ballpark after the second inning. When you look at some Marga what he did after that second. Any really calm down just through. The ball extremely well after that. He went six innings only giving up for hits two of them were home runs all runs were unearned as the Arabic cost that and it could have been an easy, an ending, right there. He's the kind of double play ball and who knows what would have happened these things happen in a game. And it happened so quickly. And the next thing back to back home runs. And you saw his eyes look out to center field, and he was confused. He he was upset, but coming back after that second and third inning at a nice clean inning for thinning and he pitched well after that, but the damage was done. And when you fall behind like that it's tough to tough to catch up and freed or is this one of the top pitchers? We saw sirocco throw on Monday and these two guys are lights out young talent on the Braves, and you're seeing this come to fashion, as we see the Braves and the Braves are, are definitely battling every day. And the key is, is. The C you know how much they can do damage when they're in the east chasing Philadelphia right now. They're only game and a half out something to look at as the Atlanta Braves of filter through San Francisco right now. And, and watch them. See if they have enough strength to

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"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"Form Agua the off of eighty. Because I get with the convenience of it. You out mediated on kids. So that's like a big part of it the convenience. I I do get. But to me, especially with the spices. It became the same eight meals. Okay. I get there was very Haitian. But I just here's what I'm saying. And I'm not at all like, your lots of different in mind. You have two kids that's very different than go to school. You're busy Vullo, blah. I get why it works for that. But like, I don't have to live my life that way. And I feel like that's what that is. It's like WalMart where it's like you have to go is nothing better than WalMart. If you don't have to go if you can afford to go somewhere else. Okay. I'm gonna go to some. Okay. But what are you saying that you guys do that you eat out more or that you could sometimes I cook? And here's like to go shopping. Here's what I was. Okay. Here's what I here's the actually the main reason is not really that much about the kids. Honestly, because they know they eat kids shit. They don't eat those. Like I could separately makes shopping. I cook separately for them anyway. But with the shopping what it was for me. I would go in. I would buy a bunch of ingredients like bunch of different vegetables, a bunch of different mates and stuff and invariably more than half of it would end up. The mate not so much. But sometimes the but definitely the vegetables half of over more would end up going bad. Initiate, which is driving me. Crazy. I do get it also like other shop more often than we have to wrap often just before suffer, and it is annoying Russ. They hadn't tried it. Right. And the net gotta knowing that tried to New York and a likes it a little bit better there. But like out here is is not as big of a deal you into the grocery store for me. That's true. I just don't like I like cooking and everything I don't like any kind of shopping including grocery shopping. The literally becomes shopping does not hit for me. Never has. So like an Katie we'll go grocery shopping. But she pisses me off when she doesn't cause. Like, she just don't hit at it for me. She gets she what she wants. You. Don't get the things that even if I've give her a list, the types of things or whatever or the amount or whatever that she buys will be. It's not what I wanted. There's not what I would have got. And so like, I just is that how you treated spook back when he was shot or does he did you likely ball as? Look, not I did not different or any better. Also, dude in saliva. There's not. You get with there is. Okay. I'm is. No, I don't mean like being a what? You know, what I'm saying the Amish got miters right now. So we could maybe have some spaghetti. That's not what I made. I just mean that like they love. Yes, there's a save a lot. And there's a family owned grocery store, and I'm just saying the selection compared to any sizable town or anything like that is very limited Alamein. So like. But yeah, I had no concept of any of that at the time. You know, I've just these were just the things that they had is actually one thing in particular. That was hugely popular in Salona. Instill is everybody in slaughter calls a shoulder. I guess it is it's pork shoulder. But it's a specific type of pork shoulder. It's like a very thin sliced like pork shoulder stake, basically. But when I say, very thin. I'm like an eighth of an inch thick it's thin his health, and it hasn't bone in it and the people barbecue the the barbecue. Join in Salona that's like their number one, sailors shoulder plate, and it's fucking amazing of. But anyway, I didn't even in like cookeville in college, I realize that. I couldn't find that shit anywhere even goodwill, dude, forget it out..

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"salona" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"salona" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Eat attitude, in upbeat way of dealing with everything in in. I take time to think about any decision. I make so I really do enjoy that aspect of of the job in. That's the reason why I'm flying more because I'm actually been lying because we'll frankly lot seeing guys on the airplane. They are a currently bidding onto reserve because we weren't getting utilized a whole lot in the reason why I wasn't flying Salona desk caught onto that and said, well, hey, why should I go to work everyday while these Gina guys sit around and do nothing when I can be the one sitting around with a lot of guys have been doing. So, you know, in a reserve system isn't actual necessary evil in the way described describe it as being a substitute teacher. But that's known as accurate as being is is think of a fireman. A fireman will sit around the firehouse waiting to get called to put out a fire in. That's kinda reserve personnel near line of four. You know, if the cancellation reroute in craft it's late whether comes becomes involved some calls in sick of something. Just not covered thing. He need to have reserve personnel. So they're going to be times in which those reserve personnel of flying awful lot in. In the times, the reserve personal just don't fly all that. Well, all that much. And that was me for quite a long time. It was very enjoyable. Nice break come through training. But yeah, I'm enjoying it. It's it's fun. It's very challenging times. But also, you know, Jeff and mentioned a longtime ago that I wished that had done gone through the upgrade earlier. And you know, honestly, I don't have any reservations about going back to I officer if I have to. But the reality is is that I do enjoy being that seat person making the decisions in that person. That is is ultimately sponsor for everybody on the craft. It's huge responsibility in enjoy that challenge. Excellent. Steve continues got a sense from comments made another ups owes that the outlook was a bit uncertain with the mad dogs going away. And I guess Dana. You're. Perhaps not sure that you would be able to hold a captain position when it was time to move to other equipment. How's it looking at the moment? Would you or apologies? If I'm overstepping the Mark, and it's a sensitive topic to ask, but I'm genuinely asking because I'd love to know. And that things are looking good ahead for Dana. Well, Steve, I've got to be honest with it. It is a sensitive topic because I am enjoying being cactus in my wife, and I actually had this conversation a couple of days ago. So I could plant the seed in her mind as to where we're going to go next in career decision. The unfortunate thing is is. It's a moving target. It's many different potential issues here going going forward. They are going to Sacha rapidly park the craft after this coming summer, and they have announced to not officially in in a written form. But. Via a video recording. As to what their intentions are with the next advance advancement. That's coming out. Probably in the March, April timeframe, they are going to stat to grow the west a little bit more in the growth the new series of the eight to twenty as well. And they're gonna move some equipment back east from the west coast. The problem is we don't know what the distribution on. That's gonna be in the have come out in. They said around two hundred fifty crews going to be removed off the MD product in Atlanta because that's the only base left when they say crews, I take that to be complete crews in other words for software and captain. So if you do the math that's five hundred crew members coming off and being moved of other Queant. The the big problem is, and I don't know how this is going to work out for me. Because depends on how the bid comes out. It is going to be a long-term bid. How I got my original ward for complete years. That's how long it's taking the train everybody. But if I do get booed off, which I'm about one hundred twenty from the bottom roughly in it's looking like, the real the real unknown right now is that they are not advertising any. New positions in Atlanta..

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"salona" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"salona" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Each week with your register code as always Ralph. We appreciate your time here at Chicago. Thanks for coming on the show. Appreciate it guys. Thank you. It is Ralph Michaels with us here on Chicago's college tailgate a regular on the program, really breaking it down when I was going to say is I was just very surprised as we go to scoreboard CCT scoreboard on ESPN one thousand. Surprised that you didn't ask him about Hawaii? The late night creep. I was interested in a different game tonight Jonathan and that's why I brought up Fresno in UNLV. And when we get to our Saturday night specials, unfortunately, I may have to change my pig after Ralph told me not to be stupid against Fresno state. So we'll have to maybe a just some things here during the commercial. You guys. Let's take a look at the top twenty five scoreboard. And we might need the upset alert handy because it's been that type of an afternoon in the the two-thirty kicks Georgia. Dow is up fourteen three at halftime on Kentucky about Texas in West Virginia. West Virginia's up three twenty four twenty one on the longhorns they're playing in the second quarter, Michigan Penn State at halftime. Michigan leads fourteen nothing. Let's have another halftime score. I would down against Purdue twenty one to seventeen at the half. NC state at halftime up on Florida's state twenty seven to fourteen West Virginia tech, fourteen seven on Boston College at halftime, Florida and Missouri. Four minutes left in the second quarter Missouri's up twenty one to three on the Gators. Tough tight ends. I know that as a Georgia fan. How about that two minutes left in the second quarter, Utah and Arizona state Utah? Finally with the lead they've been down most most of this half its seventeen fourteen Zona state with the ball, but two minutes to go in the half there and one other score going on in the big ten to keep note at halftime, Illinois. They are up twenty four seventeen on Minnesota. And that's the top twenty five scoreboard on Chicago's college tailgate. Glad you're with us here on Chicago's college tailgate on ESPN one thousand the ESPN app. Johnson Ataman Chris with you follow us on Twitter at ESPN one thousand CCT's some thoughts from it does Ron head coach rela. You ready for LSU at Alabama does Ron talking about how the team is really motivated. I thought we could have played on Monday. You know, some things it's not like, you gotta motivate them and feel the energy. But the energy team's been sentenced to go week. I let him go the way they want to go. Team up team. Oh, I haven't had to do this. We're gonna play the game. We're going the game come to us and we're gonna blaze on eastern Gumbo. Roundabout bogus. And that to you know, how it and we all need to learn about money. Go dogs. Why does it sound like it hurts when order on talks Salona coaching? Yeah. Man. Hateful to him. No. It's that's the joy of his life is getting players rate to fight in a football game, by the way. Amongst our is he hurt here for the upset Vert again, Illinois. You mentioned right. Yes. The the score right now with a lovey is what? Now, it's halftime twenty four seventeen on Minnesota lovey Smith Tegwen beard, three win coach. Now, we may have to do away with that. If there is a victory for lovey and Eleanor on a lot of time left. Time left. However, Adam what about this? If there's a fourth victory. We should put it on the poll extension for lovey. Lovey Smith Tegwen beard, three win Coates this as far as in game betting goes if you want to get a little frisky. Minnesota is still minus one twenty five gave the favorite to win. It's still the favorite to win this game. So Vegas your online gambling site still thinks that Minnesota's going to find a way to win this game. Do you have the line there for Missouri Florida because Florida's down by eighteen points at the moment in the first half? That's a no that's not available for live betting. All right. Florida's plus eleven and a half. Right now. So so do you see a big comeback from the Gators there? Plus three ninety on the money line. I mean that's a lopsided game early. There's no question about that. I'm just looking at somebody's I'm still just taken aback by Ralph Michaels thoughts about Fresno state UNLV. So some things have changed here. We have to be able to do it about face here on the Bevanda. So Nick Sabin is thoughts about how Ellis used a different completely different team now. And I don't think this teams like LSU team. We've played in recent years in terms of you know, what they're doing on offense. So they're growing fast ball. I mean, they're playing with tempo. There are a lot more open formations than what they have been in the past other not any eye formation. Just trying to run the ball against people creating a lot more issues and problems for you, the where the utilize personnel. So this team has nothing like any team that we've ever played before shoots. The thoughts there from Nick Sabin? By the way, we talked earlier to Adam written Berg regarding what happened in Maryland here this week, which is a big college football story of the latest out of there is the university of Maryland police department has opened an investigation into an altercation between two football players that occurred at the end of Tuesday's practice police said in a statement Thursday at that athletics department, employees alerted an officer who was at Maryland's practice at the time of the fight. But of course, the bigger news was DJ Durkan being fired. You know, sometimes it's my grandmother used to say, you know, sometimes common sense is not common. It's pretty clear. That if there is a dead player on your watch. Then maybe it no matter if the coaches in the vicinity of his in the city, it's still his program is still is program. And to me the idea that the board of regents looked at DJ Dirk is it. Well, no, you're you're fine. It it took Wallace low the president of the school to be like, no, there's a dead player on our watch. And here's the thing. Chris you don't need to have people rally against you media against you government officials against you. It's pretty clear there's a dead player on your watch. You just just like most coaches, you just move the drill. Doesn't matter. If the guy is exhausted doesn't matter if he needs water just move the drill because that kids that important clearly the border regions also thought he was just a slab of meat not important enough to be able to try to bring the coach back. This is a good move by Maryland. But maybe too little too late, but Durkan should've been out immediately after they had their investigation. Yeah. Jordan mcnair. I he. Passed away June thirteenth. And I think what is so strange to me about this whole situation. The timeline was that after that happened. It wasn't the only thing to come out. We have also heard of issues within the program based on language used from coaches, the players and intimidation factors that they use to try and motivate and other things that happened within the culture of the program, which would suggest it's toxic. So I would say yes, the the death of a player is horrendous, and he shouldn't have been brought back from that to begin with. But then if you look at it and overarching viewpoint of the program that it was a toxic culture to begin with. So why would he even be welcome back at any point? I it just seems like a complete botched situation from start to finish based on the information. That was brought out in the entire case. Not just the one situation where unfortunately someone passed away. Well, and then what that led to is him being reinstated players walking out during a meeting, and then those players allegedly having an altercation at the end of practice where one player was was basically was beaten up by two other players allegedly. So pretty much saying like why did you trick off on the coast? Why are you whistle blower all that kind of thing? So if you're going to sell it, so you not only did you make the wrong decision into reinstating. But then you created a whole nother issue within the program because some of the players were were with him in some players were against him. And then you knew that those players were going to have issues with each other in the locker room issues been just handled with it should have been dealt with should have never brought him back again to seems pretty obvious is the dead player on your watching and the lack of institutional control with that program. That means that you have to make a change the so now my whole perspective on Maryland football. And the Maryland school is somebody in that school. A several people would shirts and ties believes that. No. This is okay. Bring the coach back. Well, again, we know what college football is guys. It's about wins and losses is about coaches about how much money you can get. It's DJ Durkin. Yeah. It's TJ Durkin innocent, it would be acceptable. If it was saving or urban Meyer. But I'm just saying like you're trying to hold onto this guy with a dead player on his on his watch. And the program Johnson you hit it right on the head. Because the thing to point out is even though it's not right? I think we can all get to a place where we understand someone stop process. Even though it's not Artha process to why something would be covered up for a legendary coach Joe PA right? Like, I I can understand why someone would look in view Joe Paterno. And be like, well, we can't mess up this legacy. Right. The money because the money and everything else that goes with it DJ Durkan was this guy ever done. So like like, why are you going to bat in protecting him of all coaches across this country. It's not like there's other schools just clamoring to have him coach their team. And they haven't won anything in Maryland. Most people don't even know that Maryland's in the big ten, right? Right. So so like like, I even though we disagree with the thought process, I can at least get to a point where I understand why someone like urban Meyer would cover up or people who cover up around urban Meyer to protect coach on his staff because it's the great urban Meyer DJ Durkin. He's never done anything. Well, and now you have a situation where you had guys playing for each other. Now, they're fighting now there's infighting now. And now now the team is even more of a mess because decisions were made poorly to bring this guy back when ultimately it took a government official to say, what are you doing? Like, are you are you guys ridiculous? Like, you can't bring this guy back and they did. And now the team's messed up and now Maryland now, how are you going to go out? How can breathe just think about it? How could someone think that DJ Durkan could go into someone's home and recruit and say I'm going to keep your kids safe during football activities during games during practices during this? How can you? Allow someone like that to go in to people's houses in represent your university. And try to bring people to your university. You can't just it's it's amazing. And now, I said the Maryland program back even more so after this death and also the infighting this happening I with that program. All right with gotta CCT's school board. And then we'll have our Saturday night specials. It's all part of the mix right here on Chicago's couch tailgate. College football. You've come to the right place..

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"salona" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Also an Oscar winner slash nominee she's the subject of this confirmed blind item that is regarding. The sag awards from earlier, this year the publicist for this A-List dual threat actress who was nominated at the sags and is an Academy Award winner slash nominee got into a screaming match with a photographer who took a photo of what the actress considers, her bad side in an unflattering angle the angle which show she actually. Does. Have wrinkles is not a vampire Yikes A-List dual threat actress is actress does that mean TV and. Movies Okay Okay What is her name? Again what's that? One Jennifer? Aniston. No Sure Which which one would that Australian? Nicole. Kidman Oh good? Though? I Why answer and. The. Right answer. Bah. Okay That. Actually was a good well written blind. Item go ahead and fill in the blank the publicist for Nicole Kidman last night at the sangha Ward's got into a screaming match with a photographer who took a photo from what, the actress Nicole. Kidman considers, her bad side an unflattering angle you know the angle which shows that Nicole Kidman actually. Does. Have wrinkles and. Is not a vampire wow, do? Vampire. That that was what did it right. Yeah Make sense but she's so. Poor. Salona poor Salona yeah her skin like porcelain, all? Right Super, super to hear about her. Screaming that, makes me sad is the. Publicists who. Screen, okay then I'm fine. With that Yeah Hires people to, say, okay good on your. Nicole. Kidman keep up the good. Work all. Right when we come back quick. Question Does anybody really liked tomatoes We'll tell you why we're asking and what it means after this on the Colleen and Bradley, show on mytalk one zero. Seven one pay my talkers second chance romance is at a new. Time Thursdays at seven thirty?.

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World Leaders Want to End Alzheimer's by 2025. A New Drug Breakthrough Means We Just Might

WBZ Morning News

02:33 min | 3 years ago

World Leaders Want to End Alzheimer's by 2025. A New Drug Breakthrough Means We Just Might

"News time six forty. Seven and seventy five. Degrees in Boston it's. Cloudy right now we've had rain overnight we could see showers off and on throughout the morning later on a chance for thunderstorms highs. Today around. Eighty-three degrees and still humid. Good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now over sixty three hundred Massachusetts. Customers are without power at this hour now as. Powerful storms roll through the area overnight Austin saw serious damage including roof that was ripped off by wind fire in Dorchester overnight leaves nine people displaced and a firefighter taken, to the hospital with. Non-life threatening injuries no word on caused but there is a million. Dollars worth of damage and Monsalve House Republican criticism of the Justice department has led to articles of. Impeachment being drawn. Up against deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the eleven GOP members claim Rosenstein failed to provide information to committees and the Russian meddling scandal In other news a new drug is bringing hope for their treatment of Alzheimer's disease CBS Alison keys has more the drug not only reduced the amount of, plaque on the brains of Alzheimer's patients. But it also slowed. The progression of dementia. By thirty percents experts warned that more extensive trials of the drug known as b. a. n. two for a one will be needed. But this, could be the first medication. To successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's the. Study showed one hundred sixty one patients taking the. Highest dose of the drug had a significant response Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia and current drugs only symptoms a greenfield police sergeant pleads not guilty to vehicular, homicide Sergeant James road. Is charged in connection with a fatal on-duty crash with another car. In October prosecutors say road was driving eighty three and a thirty mile per hour zone while responding. To a call when he struck a car driven by James r Salona the hint style New Hampshire man died At the hospital several days later his passenger and road, suffered serious injuries police are searching for the person who shot at a driver and grove land when the woman called police last week she reported cuts and bruises from the glass. That shattered while she was driving through town police searched her car and found nothing to explain the broken. Window until yesterday when a bullet was found on the driver's side of the vehicle anyone with information is. Asked to call grove land police it was Christmas in July for some, kids at Shriners hospital in Boston WBZ TV's Paula ebben has. More on the surprise.

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"salona" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"A lot of people justin jay salona airs adem s jason j k did you that was like what was now nncholas von and if he got elite fivestar reviews i five own it tom w thank you got a one time donation from d'amico who says a small gesture for all the joy i bring into my life via the podcast thank you thank you oh may you know what this is why we do this irving not i'm not the money i mean just you get man's lot of people that are get joy to you you know really ritter it is and i know for a lot of people all of a sudden once they fix them issues people's i my hey my spot spotify that was i am i block had like backgrounds so thank you guys yes and like i said no foster of us this week because i i don't know it could be the apple shit i have no idea to me everything nothing was was even populating people switch platforms and everything yes georgia says on episode seventeen four getting you through the workweek hey rod and georgia may hayride and care so this ran is a bit i'll topic says i've been catching up with podcast but i just wanted to say thank you very much for making me privy to the unfulfilled i hob desires of you and other listeners as the gastronomical conservative i spent the rest of my day snickering at food innuendos like late at swiss cheese down on that crate or squeeze that beef between them silver dollar cakes and fill them building holds up with that mambo sauce and white meat lol i'm corny you're right up our alley on another note thank you for taking time to talk about everything is love i'll have you ever noticed that beyond say has never discussed gender equality slash personnel had a blue until she was of as to begin coming into our own many people will star tribune and feminine and masculine behaviors or traits to their child based off of what they wish overly they will become but in in this album beyonce talks about giving blue vintage dresses as excess without the limitations of the glass ceiling which is closely associated to womanhood and this is the first time i've heard her speak of her that way they also both referring for characterizing room third in the same manner i never really noticed that before but yeah now you bring it up yeah i mean and then i mean there's also just a part of it too beyond say so private even people stand for her and she's the biggest aren't world and i'll stuff she keeps so much shit to herself as she doesn't really do interviews so you know who knows exactly how we're thinking along those lines you know so i mean it it could have just literally been behind the scenes she may be a different way and publicly she just like it's nothing y'all in business you know maybe she could be like that too yeah she could be like all times i.

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"salona" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Old people who are which is going to be emailing me over that line right there thank salona for that just kidding robes i love harry potter but for her there was no magic to it it was just no it was just religion she doing okay these days and how about you we are doing okay my son who is ten and also has autism he's a different he's he's in a different boat we he doesn't he's also very literal he needs to put things in categories you know if you're not here where are you and when dealing with death is that's that's comforting why we had the tell him that there is a heaven and it's something i wanted to touch on because we dealt with my daughter very differently than we're dealing with my son would not be able to process the idea of nonexistence yes he is called niggardly delayed so he he isn't quite up to not call he's mostly socially laid now but he did have a cognitive delay for number of years and he's not quite up to where normal ten year old might be and he has diety so saying yes honey moment to heaven yes honey the cat went to heaven he gives it an end point for him also prevents the possibility that he would be living his life completely overwhelmed with anxiety about loosening one in every one and everything in his life es and that's our biggest thing with him right now is you know he lost some chickens last year we just recently lost another we live in the woods it happens and oh gosh getting emails for that too i'm sorry not at all look we were we we almost got chickens at our house except they would have kicked my dogs as asi.

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"salona" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on The RobCast

"Thank you okay so so now there was this jesus nuts which was on jesus that's correct my friends seriously the cheeses that these people bring into the world but now we have the follow up which is plant power italia th right so where do new recipes come from just start there why why is the sky blinds this guy blue well much like you my creative friend they just they just arise really and i i'm a creator but i use whatever medium is sort of in front of me and i've always had a knack for cooking i've always loved to have people in my home i'm the person that can cook for fifty and it doesn't really throw me and i always find freshness and new ideas in nature in fresh ingredients in lineage and tradition and so we had spent quite a lot of time at this farm this borgo in italy and called isa salona and had conducted some of the most amazing retreats of our lives at this place and italian food is so delicious and here i had presented the plant power way and then the cheese from this cheeses nuts well what's the key ingredient in telling cooking is cheese is so it was really a no brainer to create this menu this book really off of the menu that we serve at our plant power each all year retreats that we do every year here at ice alana so you're making one thing and does it start with an idea like what if i or does it start with you messed up on a previous idea wait if i put more salt actually double the whatever what it was for this as it was this vision of actually taking the plant power way into community and so the plant power way was sort of like we invited you in and saved a seat for you at our family table but then the next level of that was to really bring the community in so we had the idea to hold these retreats that i use alana in tuscany and different places we've been to ireland and we've we have other plans to go to kenya and other places but the idea was to collaborate with the local chefs and so what i did is i.

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"salona" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And so i was like okay you know and so on that's when you know giving hands phoebe salona actually worked at a few salons prior to start opening up the salon yes so i opened up the salon of january two thousand fourteen and may two thousand fourteen he taught me to start and i didn't have a coup of what i was doing i didn't know you know what he told me to do and i just kinda went as i you know i just kinda did it i didn't have like a full blueprint of how i didn't know how it was gonna turn out i didn't know i just knew he told me to just have these broken women come in and children and youth and he's i just want you i want you all just poor love upon them the women come in and get makeovers their hair done eyebrows and whatever else that they need in order to feel beautiful and confident you know we spent about anywhere between six to eight hours with these women building them up building their confidence is self esteem praying for their needs you know we have a ninety eight percent success rate in terms of the women have gotten jobs and homes after leaving the spa days and so yes so we do a full cater lunch every single time we always you know we we we make sure we feed them really good we have break bread and have lunch with him and talk with them and then we start the services on them and you know we try to serve them hand and foot we literally try to lay the red carpet out for them because they are all they're going through what they're going through you know they are loved and they are they are somebody even in that state and that's really my point that i'm trying to get out because i didn't have that support i didn't have somebody telling me that they love me and told me that you know that i'm beautiful and that i'm special i'm this i'm that i didn't have that so i wanna make sure that doing this during their transition that they have that vanessa did not have that support she wants to make sure others are getting what they need to overcome their difficulties pretty incredible vanessa she a story of a woman who came to receive.

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"salona" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Technology is pushing us a rapidly towards a future that is impossible to forecast we try to imagine the future as it might look like and we can't help having our predictions shaped by the media that we have consumed nineteen eightyfour terminator gatica x makia black mirror all of these stories present a distortion future but if you look around the world the most successful technologists are usually guided by a sense of optimism technologists themselves are idealistic they see the future through a utopian lens more often than a dystopia and lens but popular media largely tells a different story that we are headed inexorably for a dystopia in world why is there such a gulf in the level of idealism between technologists and the media mike salona found himself asking that question on a regular basis during his work at founders fund where he's a vice president founders fund has a bias towards funding difficult cutting edge technology like gene editing robotics and nuclear energy this technology that mike were seeing made him excited about the future which led to his creation of the podcast anatomy of next anatomy of next has explored biology robotics nuclear energy super intelligence and the nature of reality soon the podcast will explore how our civilization will be settling the solar system specifically mars i've listened through the entire first season of anatomy of next twice and i enjoyed it so much because mike explorers questions that are on the border of philosophy technology questions about the nature of reality and what makes us human and there's nobody that can give perfect answers to these questions but mike does interview top experts on the show which provides me as the listener with a framework for thinking through these impossible questions the guests include nick.

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"salona" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Technology is pushing us a rapidly towards a future that is impossible to forecast we try to imagine the future as it might look like and we can't help having our predictions shaped by the media that we have consumed nineteen eightyfour terminator gatica x makia black mirror all of these stories present a distortion future but if you look around the world the most successful technologists are usually guided by a sense of optimism technologists themselves are idealistic they see the future through a utopian lens more often than a dystopia and lens but popular media largely tells a different story that we are headed inexorably for a dystopia in world why is there such a gulf in the level of idealism between technologists and the media mike salona found himself asking that question on a regular basis during his work at founders fund where he's a vice president founders fund has a bias towards funding difficult cutting edge technology like gene editing robotics and nuclear energy this technology that mike were seeing made him excited about the future which led to his creation of the podcast anatomy of next anatomy of next has explored biology robotics nuclear energy super intelligence and the nature of reality soon the podcast will explore how our civilization will be settling the solar system specifically mars i've listened through the entire first season of anatomy of next twice and i enjoyed it so much because mike explorers questions that are on the border of philosophy technology questions about the nature of reality and what makes us human and there's nobody that can give perfect answers to these questions but mike does interview top experts on the show which provides me as the listener with a framework for thinking through these impossible questions the guests include nick.

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"salona" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That it should be something that connects people and that taking it away from people this is cruel and perhaps against human rights you know when you look at the statistics that there are for the justifications for internet shutdowns it's really interesting to see how some of it is done with prevention in mind like preventing conflict or preventing rumors from spreading and sometimes it's done after the facts of something you know it it can be protests or it can be you know fears of terrorism or after some violent incident or as revenge inge for something i'd i'd i guess but it is interesting to to track how the justifications change over time and one of the fastest growing justifications worldwide is school exams countries that simply shut down the internet because high school students or university students are having exams and they don't want students to cheat on their cellphones when something like that is considered justification to shut the entire population of from internet i think that that something's wrong and that that's something that we can think of a better solution for solana law some kind of better solutions and certainly than states boddington shutting down the internet because the exams are on in the schools my goodness any solutions as far as you see this how do we even come up with solutions with solutions for these kinds of problems this is the thing these i mean it's it's amazing they important reportage safe and actually we need more of it in a sense i think we should be having annual reports coming through from an independent groupings of people working together with solutions to which i know this report does have some solutions but at the moment we tend to see a lot of multiple small groups working worldwide trying to put forward solutions trying to work through keeping as as salona says the never right to be online not to be not for that to be oppressed the school exam shutdown stuff those shocking isn't to us that does seem rather flimsy excuse to shut down your networks because the kids might cheat looking at their smart sedation now which is just that smartphone nursery idea you know as soon as you've reached the wall you put it in the nursery lot of schools in japan do that already you don't go into school with it even though it's very simple solutions but is also hugely complex ones which may.

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"salona" Discussed on Click

Click

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on Click

"Want to cheat on their cellphones when something like that is considered justification to shut the entire population half of from internet i think that that something's wrong and that that's something that we can think of a better solution for solana law some kind of trying to think of better solutions and certainly than states can shutting down the internet because they exams are on in the schools my goodness any solutions as far as you see this or how do we even come up solutions with solutions for these kinds of problems this is the thing these i mean it's it's amazing say important reportage s and actually we need more of it in a sense of ain't we should be having annual reports coming through from for missouri and independent groupings of of people working together with solutions to which i know this report does have some solutions but at the moment we tend to see a lot of multiple small groups working worldwide trying to put forward solutions trying to work through keeping as as salona says the never right to be online not to bait not for that to be oppressed yeah the school exam shutdowns stuff that is rather shocking isn't it to us that doesn't rather flimsy excuse to shut down your networks because cheat looking at small relation now which is just that smartphone nursery idea you know as soon as you reached the holi you put it in the nursery lots of schools in japan do that already you don't go into school with it even so there is very simple solutions but there's also hugely complex ones which may be need i think everyone should be round this table with sela and actually talking this room putting much more group independent report out with discussions about solutions and i think the topical scenario has really pointed to that in the glenn voting.

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"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"I do that's about well not necessarily that but i a friend of mine her husband played for a of play basketball at a school near that played colin would when when i was at collingwood call what is a is in what is it's in wayne county so there's who are calling within clifton and he said that so he he played in a different county but you know they would travel in play at column would and he said that he remembers colin would because he said oh yeah i've heard of that fleiss before i've been to that place before he said that's the place that always called the n word people would yell at mon games and stuff yeah oh that's the place where i always got right oh yeah yeah no there was a buddy of mine grew up in salon until he was about fifteen and then moved one county over to livingston's rat next over when he was like fourteen or fifteen and he played football there he played football places and then we were in college years later i was talking about it and he was telling me these stories about like when he was on the football team it limits than they have one black kid in my they'd put like noces in his locker and shit like that yeah they're christ end like i mean i didn't have a thing right but our school commander happened in salon wash it and say ever it did at when i was growing up in salona because you know but i'm not trying to talk is that my hometown but like nobody good place to grow up if you are white and pretend to be what.

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"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"salona" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"That's true she was like you she's like you can't be that let's say literal words you can't you can't be gay you you move away and then you become gay somehow i'd say we had retention corey with exact conversation many many episodes because i was telling this story of course that exact thanks that's how this chicken maga toes you you move way then like that makes you go yeah jordan who san francisco started sucking waiters and i'm just like no he moved to san francisco to i wonder came up with a modified version of the toby keith lambs go west young man have been to california's full the whiskey waiters and go anyway we're geniuses but anyway but that's what we were talking about before like i mean you know monocle tam he lives in salona he lived there was like that's not true of salona there were openly gay people living there my whole life growing up manca was one of them but there were other ones too who were like prominent members of the community i told you before there was a guy that a business owner in salona very prominent member of the community that i swear to god would come to high school ballgames with to like he's in his mid forties with like two twenty year old poor rake in mile prostitutes like bowie toys own his own h arm to fucking salona highschool ball ballgames now can you imagine that happening in wyan county now.

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